THURSDAY, APRIL L 1?
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND TIIE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
TO MEET MONDAY
, The Garden clutx will meet with
Mrs. Frank Higdon Monday after
noon at 3 o'clock, at her home on
Bidwell street. All members are
urged to attend.
MESDAMES BENNETT AND
NEAL ENTERTAIN WITH
Mrs. Hansel Bennett and Mrs.
Hedge Neal entertained Friday
night at the home of Mrs. Will
Shields, on latla, with a miscellan
ous shower, honoring Mrs. J. B.
Houston and 'Mrs. Bob Houston,
formerly Miss Shirley Duvall and
Miss Pauline Shields.
Approximately 40 friends were
present. During the evening games
were enjoyed before the honorees
were presented lovely gifts of va
The hostesses served delicious
lemonade and cake.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
rhnrch eave a miscellaneous show
er Thursday afternoon in hondlsJ
of Mrs. John Theodore sner ai
the home of Mrs. George Slagte.
As the guests arrived the name
of a flower was pinned on the
back of each. By asking questions,
mey iuuiiu uui m- un.'
represented. Miss Mae McDowell
was the winner in a contest "A
Floral Wedding," her prize being
a bouquet of jonquils.
After. the games, Mrs. Siler was
presented with a basket filled with
many pretty and useful gifts.
Delicious ice cream and cake were
served by Misses Rosalind Bulgin,
Elizabeth McGuire, Molly and
Mrs. Harry Howard ana lvirs.
Orella Euckner, of Northboro,
Mass., were here last week visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Matinee Every Day at 3:30 P. M.
Night Show 7 and 9 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
SATURDAY. APRIL 3
Bob Livingston, Ray Corrigan and
Those Three sons of trouble swing
ing into action again. '
Added Treats: "Dick Tracy", No. 3
and "Can't Think Of It"
KrrkM JTIT17 APRIL. 5-6
muni" w - - -
"THF f HARGE Ut
THE LIGHT BRIGADE"
Starring ERROL runn ana
With a Cast of Thousand
Story from Tennyson's Heroic Poem
A salute to the gallant "600" who
rode into the Valley Of Death.
"Fellow With The Fiddle"
"Sports I The Alps"
(Mrs. George L. Stalcup)
WEDNESDAY ONLY APRIL 7
Charles Ruggles and Alice Brady
"MIND YOUR OWN
, . . - v. with
Lyle Talbot and Benny Baker
Also "PARAMOUNT NEWS"
'Spiring Is Here" v
(Mrs. Harfy Higgins) K
THURS.-FRI, APRIL 8-9
A Four Star Picture, With
JEAN HARLOW, WILLIAM
POWELL, MYRNA LOY,
Added Attractions: "Neighborhood
House," "Along The Mediterranean"
(Mrs. John Willis)
The persons whose names appear
in the above 'program will be ad
mitted with this clipping.
NOTICE: Starting Monday, April
S, the night showing will begin at
and other relatives in Macon coun
ty. They will be remembered by
their friends here as the Misses
Anise and Virginia Siler.
E. J. Carpenter and family have
moved from Cullasaja to the Gene
Panneli house in East Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Brook
shire attended the funeral of Mrs.
Oscar Palmer, their sister-in-law,
in Demorest, Ga.f Tuesday. Mrs.
Palmer and husband recently spent
a year at the late Arthur L. Siler
farm on Cartoogechaye.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Cunning
ham and two children, Marie and
Chauncey, Jr., and Mrs. Ed Davis
and young daughter, Barbara,, all
of Winston-Salem, spent the week
end with Mr. Cunningham's and
Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Cunningham, at their home
on Franklin Route 1.
Paul West, who has been con
fined to his bed since Saturday
with pneumonia, was reported
Wednesday morning to be slightly
Bernard and Matthew Poliakoff,
who are attending the University
of South Carolina, at Columbia, are
tsaduig the Easter holidays here
wifhv their parents,. Mr. and Mrs.
MrsD. G. Stewart and grandspn
and Miss Mildred Angel left Thurs
day for Atlanta, Ga, for a visit
with Mrs. Stewart's daughter, Mrs.
Virginia Briggs. :
Misses Lola and Jessie Ramsey
left Monday for Greenville, N. C,
where they will attend Eastern
Carolina Tearhers college.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy radley and
Misses Verjiice and Grace Bradley,
all of Winston-Salem, spent the
week-end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Bradley, at their
home on Oak Grove.
Miss Mae Warren, Miss Clyde
Berry, Miss Helen Sellers, Miss
Hazel Everette, Miss Gladys and
Mrs. Ben McCoIlum spent Tuesday
Mrs. C. E. Cooper, who has been
spending several weeks heere with
her father, ' George T. Stiles, re
turned to her home in Etawah,
Tenn., Sunday. Mrs. Cooper will
return to Franklin in a few days
to remain with her father, who still
remains in a serious condition.
Frank Higdon returned to his
home on Bidwell street Thursday,
after spending a while in a vet
erans hospital in Lake City, Fla.
Mrs. Ann Patton, who is confin
ed to her ibed at 'her home on
Harrison avenue, with pleurisy, was
reported Wednesday morning to be
Samuel J. Murray and family
have moved from the Ashear
house to the Sisk house on lotla
Representative R. A. Patton re
turned to his home on Harrison
avenue on Thursday of the past
Norton Holbrooks, who is work
ing in Detroit, Mich., is spending
several days visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Holbrooks, at
their home at West's Mill. He was
accompanied by his brother, Major
Holbrooks, who is now living in
Detroit, Ed Martim and Charlie
Mrs. W. A. Rice, Miss Ruth
White and J. D. McGee came up
from Abbeville, S. C, Tuesday to
attend the funeral of Julian W.
Norman Blaine, who is working
in Knoxville, Tenn., spent the week
end in Franklin with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Higdon, of
Gastonia, were here last week vis-
king Mr. Wigdons relatives av
Hitfdonville and Mrs. Higdon's
mother, Mrs. J. L. Bryson, at her
home at West's Mill.
Miss Nancy Jones, who is at
tending Peace Institute, in Raleigh,
U snendincr the Easter holidays
Ur with her narentSi' Mr. and
Mrs Hilmer A. Tones.
Rev. and Mrs, W. B. Underwood
left Monday morning for points in
Geortria for a visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. George Reid and
son. Tunior. and Georee Anderson
arrived here Tuesday morning from
Detroit, Mich., to attend the tuner
al of their brother-in-law, Julian
W. Wal'drobp, While here they will
visit their parents, Mr. and M rs.
George Reid, Sr., at their home on
Franklin Route 4, and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Anderson, at their home
on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Boyd Sutton, of Decatur,
Ga., is spending several days here
with her mother, Mrs. A. W. Horn,
and sister, Mrs. J. E. Perry, at
their home on Harrison avenue.
Paul Kirk and family have moved
from the Hudson house on Harri
son avenue to the Bolick house on
Riverview street, recently vacated
by Mr. Alexander.
W. V. C. (Top) Dalton, who was
assistant sergeant-at-arms,. for the
house of representatives at the
general assembly, in Raleigh, came
in Friday f6r a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dal
ton, at their home at West's Mill.
Mrs. L. T. Sloan returned to her
home on lotla Tuesday, after spend
ing the week-end in Bryson City,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vance
A. Browning and Mrs. Florence
Mrs. J. L. West, Jr., has re
turned from Newberry, S. C, where
she went to attend the funeral of
her father, J. H. Clamp, who died
from a sudden heart attack.
Mr. and Mrs. U. N. Carpenter,
of Coweta, were here last Tuesday
Thomas Jamison, of New York,
has been spending the past week
wjth his brother, Grover Jamison,
at his home on Palmer street
m kA(AWA UrA fkA nAnnltt rf MacoVi Cnuntv been offered such savings in
Used Cars. These cars have been reconditioned and the public is urged to take
arlvantaffe of these nrices while they last. Gome down and get a GOOD USED
CAR. WE CAN SAVE
1936 Chevrolet Sport Sedan, looks
drives like new
1935 Chevrolet .Standard Coach, with
only 17,000 miles
1932 Ford V-8 Coach, new tires
. paint job a real buy ..............
1931 Chevrolet Coupe,
a good car at
1929 Fdrd Coach,
you won't find a better oar for..,
1929 Chevrolet Coach,
a real buy at
1928 Dodge 4-Door Sedan, 1937 license,
new tires for only
1933 Ford V-8 Coupe,
new seat covers
1928 Ford Gouperrnn good,
a bargain for ......'
1929 Ford Roadster,
going Cor m!H
1929 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan,
1931 Chevrolet Sedan, A-l doindition,
a bargain at : .
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaither, of
Sylva, announce the birth of a
sb,n, on Monday, March 29. Mrs.
Gaither is the daughter of Mrs.
M. C. Grasty and the late Mr.
Grasty, of Bonny Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cabe, an
nounce the birtli of a daughter,
Mary Evelyn, at their home at
Otto, on Tuesday morning, March
Champion Bicycle Sprinter says:
"ME FOR CAMELS!"
adds: "I'll say Cam
els are mild! They
don't upset my
nerves. And smok
ing Camels helps
keep my digestion
DAYS Pf SAVE YOU
A new low price-tag
AjJ1 A '
See these great values today!
' but runs
1934 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan,
a goiuu iMjr i
1927 Chevrolet Seldan, 37 license,
new .tires, for only .
29. Mrs. Cabe was formerly Miss
Ruby Blaine, daughter of C. L.
Blaine, county commissioner.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gibson an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Hazel Elizabeth, on Sunday, March
28, at their home at Prentiss.
North Carolina does not class
teachers as officers, so r they are
not required to take an oath.
Clear boiling water will remove
tea stains' from table linen. ,
"AFTER RUSH DAYS,
Camels help me pull my
self together," says Helen
Nolan, newspaper report
er. "I enjoy Camels often
for their mildness and
their rich, delicate flavor!"
fflOHEY 3 VAYS
J ) 7
1 SAVE '50 TO '100 IN FIRST COST
2 GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR OLD
3 GET THE OPERATING AND UPKEEP
ECONOMY OF A SOUNDLY CON
DITIONED USED CAR
on every car in stock
1936 Chevrolet &-Tdn Pick-up, 7,000
miles, just like new ..............
1935 Chevrolet l-Ton Truck, A-l
excellent for wood or log hauling.
1-lon iruck, iooks oaa VIKII
good, a real buy for onfly . .
Master Sport Sedlain (with
1929 Ford Coupe, $65
a giow uujr
1929 Ford Roadster, r
1935 Chevrolet Sport Sedan,
a real clean car
1932 Chevrolet Coach, new tires
a bargain for
1936 Chevrolet Miastea' Town Sedan
new license, first class, with radio.
Franklin, N. C.