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THURSDAY, MARCH !l, IST
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
FOR MRS. CARSON
A delightful affair of the past
week was the miscellaneous shower
given Thursday afternoon, at . the
home of 'Mrs. Charles Waldroop
on Cartoogechaye, in compliment
to her niece,, Mrs. Richard D,j Car
son, who, prior to her recent' mar
riage was Miss Georgians McGee.
More than fifty guests called
during the evening, leaving dainty
packages, such as , linens, pottery,
silverware, cooking ,utensiles and
various other. articles' too numerous
to mention, for the honoree.
The hostess was assisted in en
tertaining tby her sister, Mrs. L. P.
Phillips. -.; s v
Delicious punch and cakes were
served by the hostesses.
Mrs. R. L. Fulbright and . Miss
Flora Mae Fulbright, of Lake Jun
aluska, spent the past week-end
with Mrs. Fulbright's father, W. P.t
Deal, at his home on Franklin
Paul Plemmons, who was serious
ly injured when struck by ,an auto
. mobile seven weeks ago, . and who
has ' been in Angel hospital ' since,
returned . to 'his home Monday.
Paul is . the son of Mr. and . Mrs.
Herman H. Plemmons.
Eugene Waldroop, son of, Mr.
and Mrs. Burnell Waldroop, of
Franklin Route 1, fell while flying
a kite Monday, and broke his left
arm above the wrist. He is getting
along nicely now;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ashear left
Sunday for Ventura, Calif, where
they will spend several weeks with
Mrs. Ashear's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Henry and they will
also visit Mr. AshearVy brother,
George Ashear, in Los Angeles.
Miss Irene Parsons returned to
her 'home at Brevard Monday, after
spending the week-end here, the
house guest of . Miss Ruth Higgins,
at her home on Harrison avenue. .
Matinee Every Day at 3:30 P. M.
"f Night Shows 7 and 9 P. M.
Showing from 3:oo to ii:oo
SATURDAY, MAR. 20
With BOB STEELE
' -. Alao - ..
TWO SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
1st Chapt of New Serial, "DICK
TRACY," and POPEYE THE
.SAILOR IN "SINBAD THE .
SAILOR" -Made in Colors
MON.-TUE., MAR. 22-23
"BORN TO DANCE"
ELEANOR POWELL and ,.
With a Grand Cast:
Virginia Bruce, France Long
ford, Buddy Ebsen, Una Merkel
and Alan DineWt
Special TreaU "Diamonds .In The
Rough" .and "Rah Riah Football"
With WILL OSBORN and Band
WEDNESDAY ONLY, MAR. 24
"VALIANT IS THE
WORD FOR CARRIE"
Clady George, Arline Judge,
John Howard and Dudley Diggs
"HE WAS HER MAN and
THUR.-FRI., MAR. 25-26
"SWING HIGH, SWING
FRED MacMURRAY, CAROLE
- t LOMBARD r
(Charles Butterworth, Dorothy,
Lam our and Jean Dixon
"Tanhandlera" Harry Rcscr'a
ing Soon "Greaf ZiegMd",
ge of the Light Brigade
"God's Country and ta Woman"
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Phillips, of
Clinton, Tenn., came up Friday to
attend . the funeral of Mrs. Phillips'
father,, the Rev. A. S. Solesbee
and to visit 'her mother, Mrs. Soles
bee. Mrs. Hyacinth Roper has return
ed to her home here, after spending
a week with her father, J. R. Ray,
who has been ill at ' his home at
Dr. W. E. Furr returned to his
home here Saturday night, after
spending a , week in Washington,
D. C, attending the Five-State
Dental clinic. He also made a busi
ness trip to New York while away.
Mrs. Lon Campbell left Wednes
day for Atlanta, Ga., where she
will spend several days visiting
Frank Hill, of Highlands, was
among the business visitors here
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid and
three children came over from
Murphy to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Reid's father, the Rev. A. S.
Solesbee, and spent the week-end
with Mrs. Solesbee.
Major and Mrs, J. Frank Car
mack, who have spent the winter
in Tampa, Fla., expect to return to
Franklin on April 7, to reopen the
golf club for the coming season.
Mrs. Sam Rogers, who has been
in Brooklyn, New York, with her
son, Dn Sam L. Rogers and. in
Charlotte with her daughter, Mrs.
L. B. Hayes, returned to her home
at Rogers Hall Saturday night.
Mrs. J. A. Porter, who 'has been
confined to her -room for. several
months on account of sickness, was
able, to be out again last week. ,
Ralph Dean, who has been spend
ing the winter in Miami, Fla., with
his uncle, has returned to his home
on Franklin Route 3. .
Bobby Justice returned Wednes
day from Oakland, Calif., where he
had been for the past six months
with his. uncle, Jim Justice, and is
now with his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Justice.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rickman re
turned to their home in Gastonia
Sunday, after spending a couple of
days with Mr. Rickman's mother,
Mrs. Alice Rickman, at her home
at West's Mill.
Miss Annie Mae Harrison, of
Jacksonville, Fla., is spending sev
eral days here with her father,
Ben Harrison, at 'his home on Har
rison avenue and her sister, Mrs.
Lake Shope, at her home on the
Miss Lassie Kelly is spending
this week in Robbinsville court, as
Miss Louise Porter has returned
to her work at Robbinsville, after
spending a week in Franklin.
Gerard Dover, nephew of Major
and Mrs. J. Frank Carmack, who
has spent several summers in
Franklin, has been seriously ill
with pneumonia and complications
at Christ's school, Arden. His
Young Angler -'
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it i ii ii iii intrri" i i Tiiiiii n jin i T
CAT AUNA, Calif. . . . Little
Charles Thompson Is wondering
if Jonah might have been swal
lowed by this 17-lb. rock cod.
Usually they run around one-half
to two pounds In weight! but
Cbarles'"fiflh Is nearly as big as
he Is. -
mother, Mrs. Placide Dover, of
New York' City, was summoned to
his bedside, and reports his con
dition somewhat improved.
The condition of George T.
Styles, who is in Angel hospital
suffering from paralysis, remains
Mr. and Mrs. Hiawatha Belk
announce . the birth of a son at
their home on Bonny .Crest on
Tuesday, March 2.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Ellis on Saturday, March
13, at the home of Mrs. Ellis' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sut
ton, on Franks street. (
Don't Neglect Them !
Katur designed the kidneys ta in a
marvelous Job. Their task Is t keep the
flowing blood stream free of an saeess of
toxic impurities. The act of Hying e
ilMttf is constantly producing wait
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good health Is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
Katur Intended, there is retention of
waste that may cause body-wide du
treas. One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of dlulness,
getting' up nights, swelling, pufllneaa
under the eyes ferl tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning paaaagea
may be further evidence of kidney or
The recognised and proper treatment
b a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
get rid of excess poisonous body waste.
Use Doan't Pill. They have had mora
than forty years of public approval. Are
endorsed the country over. Insist oa
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