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THURSDAY, FEB. 25, US?
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
(Continued from Page Three)
weeks with 'a severe case " of in
fluenza. Mrs. Sallie ' E. Penland, who has
been ill for the past three weeks,
was reported this week to be some
what improved. U.
Carl Vesta, an employee, at
Angel hospital, left Sunday for
Miami, Fla.; where he will sp-end
this week.; On his ', re turn he will
- be accompanied by Mrs. Furman
Angel, and Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr.,
and son, Tommy, III, who have
been spending the past month m
Hayes E. Overcash, of Berry col
lege,' Mt. Berry, ' Ga., . spent the
week-end here with friends.
John R. .Faison has returned to
Franklin after spending the weeic
pnd with friends in Newnan, Ga.
Miss. Virginia Cunningham, Miss
Rernioe Elliott and - Wilson War
ren, of Rich - Square, came in
Monday for a visit with Miss
' Cunningham's sister, Mrs. Richard
Conley; and Mr. Conley, at their
home on Harrison avenue.
Miss Pauline Powers, home sup
. eryisor, and John R. Faison, county
, supervisor, of the resettlement, ad
ministration, attended a District
resettlement administration conter-
ence in Asheville" on Friday of the
J. A. Conley left Sunday for
Albany, Ga., where he will spend
several weeks with, his daughter,
Mrs. E. E. ,'Watkins, who is re
ported to be quite ill.
' Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan and
son, Bobby, came up from Atlanta,
Ga., and spent ,the week-end with
Mr. Sloan's sister,, Mrs. Reba les
sier, at her home in east Franklin.
' Mr. and Mrs. George J Johns
tor, Mrs.' Jack Stribling, Mrs. J.
H. Carelock, 'Miss Marie Womack,
and J. B. Lee attended the funeral
of Mrs. Elizabeth Murray . at ,Sylva,
on Wednesday of the past week.
Mrs. Murray ' naa oeen operator
for the Western Carolina Telep
hone company for a number of
-years. ' ;
IVilS. lVldlllll X'. JUliCS 1CIUIHCU
to Her home "on Bonny Crest," Fri
day, after being at the bedside of
her mother Mrs. - Margaret . Henry,,
for two weeks.' l- " ; -;
' I Miss Mabel, Parker .spent the
week-end in Atlanta, Ga. ih-
A. R.i Higdori vleft Sunday for
llake Helen, ' Fla., to -"'spend this
week with his wife, who is spend
ing " 'tHe.wmterTtheretn'is"fe''
v turn he will fye accompanied . by
Mrs. Higdon and two children, ..
'I' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patrick," of
Waynesville, , spent Sunday here
with Mrs, Patrick's brother ,C Lv
Pendergrass'and Mrs. Pendergrass,
af their home oifl White Oak street!
,j Miss! Martha; Boston, who has
been making her home at v Dixie
Hall for several months,-moved
Saturday to' Franklin Route 1, to
make her home with her sister,
Mrs. Henrietta"' Patton.
Mrs. John Mumpower returned
to Franklin , Monday, after spend
ing three Weeks in Bryson4 City
and Asheville with friends.
!Mr. and ,MYs. Garrett Long and
son, Garrett, Jr, of Romney, West
Va., spent' the . first of the week
here .visiting5--vf rs. r Long's aunt,
Mrs. Haycjj .Snyder.-, f? .-7 , r
Mrs. Hyacihth Roper 'and daugh
ter, Mrs.-'Martin Angel, moved
Tuesday "' from V an apartment of
Mrs. Alice Cvhilders, near the Co
zad roller . rhill, to the E, H.
Franksiiause jon East Main street.
. : ' - T. . X. LoVd1,' lias I purchased"! the
home ;of -Charlie Morgan in East
Franklin and plans on, moving to
ps1me in th ijncaf future. '' , V
: ''4Tomi Wotenf left last week for
. Marion wrere has 'employment-
cjack Sapttj ; a member ' of the
Marine band, stationed at , Quan
teco,' Va..'.is ispending his two
weeks furlough Ihvith Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin' Route i. , v ,
Mr. and Mrs; Tom Wooteri an
nounce the birth, of son?, Johnnie
Leonard, at their , kipmtAri Jf&kt .
Franklin on, Sunda!.Jan.,31..,!!.
Mr. and Mrs.' LcRoy Morrison,
" d two sons ind " MfC "Charlie i
Matlock, came Tu'pfrpih;, Winston,
Salem Wednesday to attend the
funeral of their nephew? Ed Brad
ley. ' .- -
Mrs. Nina T. McCoy and daugh
ter, Ruth, and Mrsi H. P. Ray
spent Sunday, in. Clay ton.Ga., vis
iting Mrs. Ray's daughter, Mrs.
Louis : Young. ' ' (
'iMr, and Mrs. Sloan Murray
spent the week-end with relatives
and friends in Bryson City.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cartwright
spent the week-end in Walhalla,
S. VC, 'visiting Mrs. Cartwright's
Fred Moore, of Charlotte, under
went an operation for acute ap
pendicitis in the Angel hospital
Wednesday . of last week. His con
dition is satisfactory. Mr. Moore is
a pember of the Blythe Construc
tion company engaged in relocating
highway 106 at Cashiers.
Jule S. Robertson, who has been
in Angel hospital wrierc Tie under
went a major operation, has re
turned, to his home and is recover
ing. Mr. Robertson is a brother of
Mr. Charles Robertson, editor of
The Asheville Times.
Mr. George Stiwinter, of Gneiss,
is a patient in the Angel hospital
suffering with a broken leg which
he received while working at a
sawmill. He attempted to remove' a
belt from the pulley and got his
foot caught. v
T. E. L. Class to Meet
With Mrs. J. E. Wyman
The T, E. L. Sunday school riass
will have their regular monthly
business meeting at the home of,
their teacher, Mrs. J, E. Wyman,
on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Mrs. Frank I. Murray, cTass pres
ident, will preside.
Ed BraUey, 18, Dies
At Hospital Tuesday
Ed Bradley, 18, died in' Angel
hospital Tuesday night at 9 o'clock,
after a 10 days' illness. Death was
caused from peritonitis.
Funeral services were held at the
Oak Grove" Baptist church Wed
nesday afternoon at 3:30. The Rev;
W. L. Bradley., an uncle of the de
ceased, had charge of the final
rites. Interment was' in the church
Pallbearers were Arlin Bradley,
Floyd Bradley, Dwfgh't Parrish,
Dick Woodard, Bob Woodard and
Derald Queen. .
Surviving are his father, J. P.
Bradley; two sisters, Mrs. Noletta
Clark and Miss Ruth Bradley; two
brothers, Weaver and Fred ; hjs
step-mother and two half-sisters,
Helen and Betty, and one half
brother, Frank Lee; his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morri
son and several uncles and aunts.
The women of the Ladies' Aux
iliary of the Presbyterian church,
met for an all-day meeting at the
Manse on Thursday, Feb. 18th. In
addition to the regular matters of
business, , a review of the mission
study book, "Congo Crosses" by
Mrs. E. R. Kellersberger, was con
ducted by Mesdames J. E. Lan
caster, C. ,A. Lowry, Hayne A.
Arthur, and George E. Brown. A
delicious buffet luncheon was serv
ed by the ; ladies during the re
cess period. Mrs. J: A. Flanagan
was elected President of the Aux
iliary for: the coming two years.
Junior Class to Sponsor
Show at Theatre
The Junior class of Franklin high
school is sponsoring "The Plains
man," starring Gary Cooper and
Jean Arthur, which will be shown
at the Macon Theatre in Franklin
next Monday and Tuesday, March
1st and 2nd. ,
This particular picture was select
ed, by the class because it is his
torically valuable and is an authen
tic picturization of the ten-year
period during wliich our native
America was carved out "of a wild
The Indian battles, particularly
Custer's last stand, the characters,
Buffalo Bill, Wild-Bill - Hickok,
Calamity Jane and the other fa
miliar figures of the frontier truly
constitute a real American epic.
"Scopolamine a Crug, is used as
a truth serum. '
Gingerbread men, in 1845, were
caricatures of famous men.
Eastern Star to
' Nequassa Chapter No. 43, 0. E. S.,
will -meet at the Masonic H: I
Thursday evening, March 4, at 7:30.
The annual electron of orrtcers will
take place at this meeting.
Italian soldiers mvaClng Ethio
pia kept in touch with the general
command by means of portable ra
dio sets. 1
Demand and Get Genuine
i ' ' '" mini ii i ii- i i mi . - i ..in irriiniiiiliff i
Mother-think of it! Nine
tenths of all the hospitals im
portant in maternity work
now give their babies a body
rub every day with Mennen
Antiseptic Oil! Why? Because
this treatment keeps the b&by
safer from his worst enemy,
GERMS ...helps protect his skin
against infection. Give your
baby this greater safety. It's
so important! Buy a bottle of
Mennen Antiseptic Oil at
your druggist's today.'
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