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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1W
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND Till HIGHLANDS MACCN1AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Miss Dimpsie Sweatman and
Challie Dills," both of Cartooge
chaye, were quietly married . in
Clayton, Ga., on Tuesday, April 13.
Mrs. Dills is the aaugMer of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Sweatman, while
Mr. Dills is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Dills.
Mr., and Mrs. Dills are making
their home on Cartoogechaye with
Mrs. A. T. Silcr, foster-mother of
A wedding of interest to many
relatives and friends in Macon
county was that of Miss Berta
Brown to Mr. Frank L. Watkins,
of Watkinsville,' Ga., which took
place in Anderson, S. C, April 23.
Mrs. Watkins is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, of
Watkinsville, Ga.; while Mr. Wat
kins is the son of.vMr. S. L. "Wat
kins and the late Mrs. Watkins, of
Watkinsville, Ga., and will be re
, membered here having lived in
Macon county all his life until a
few years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Watkins will make
their home at Bishop, Ga.
BUNCO PARTY GIVEN BY
MR. AND MRS. CARSON
Mr. and Mrs-. R. D. Carson en
tertained with a Bunco party at
their home on Iotla street Tues
Mrs. Lake Shope and Alex How
ard were winners of the high score
prize, with Miss Gertrude Shope
and Lawrence Patton winning low
Those enjoying the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Shope, Mrs
Jess Shope, Miss Carolyn Nolen,
Miss Kate Shope, Miss Rita
Shields, Miss Gertrude Shope, Miss
Rachel Slagle, Frank Shope, John
R. Faison, Alex Howard, Lawrence
Patton, Clyde Bryan and James
Miss Katherine Ammons, of
Franklin Route 4, left Sunday for
Toccoa, Ga., where she will spend
the summer with her aunt, Miss
Doyle Blaine, who is working in
Charlotte, spent the-week-end here
with his mother, Mrs. D. W. Blaine.
Miss- Fannie Edwards, who is
working .in Atlanta, Ga., is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Phil Edwards, at
her home, on Franklin Route 3.
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Starting with this program
Matinees begin at 3:00
Night Shows 7:30 and 9:30
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
SATURDAY, MAY 1
JOHNNY MACK BROWN Ira
"UNDER COVER MAN"
Alsor "DICK TRACY" No. 7
And "TAKING THE COUNT"
MON.-TUfi., MAY 3-4
"MAID OF SALEM"
With CLAUDETTE COLBERT
mind FRED MacMURRAY
, and an ALL STAR CAST
Northern Lights; She Was an
(Mrs. E. B. McCollum)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5
WittTWARREN WILLIAMS ad
A . Redbood Magazine Story
Added Treats: Transatlantic Love;
Cats In A Rag
(Mrs. George Johnston)
THUR.-FRL, MAY -7
"ON THE AVENUE"
Starring DICK POWELL and
Cast Including ALICE FAYE,
RITZ BROTHERS, STEPIN
FETCHIT and many mora
. Songs by Iirvin Berlin
Also: Killer Dog and New Shoe
(Mrs. A. B. Slagle)
The persons whose names appear
in the above program will be 'ad
mitted by 'presenting this clipping.
Mrs. D. S. Richardson and daugh
ter, Miss Vivian Richardson, who
spent the week-end here with
their daughters and sisters, Mrs.
Cecil L. Pendergrass, at her home
on White Oak street, and Mrs.
Henry W. Cabe, at her home on
Riverview street, returned to their
home at Rutherford college - Sun
day. . ,
Mrs. R. M. Hudson left Saturday
morning for High Point, where she
will spend the summer with her
mother, Mrs, J. H. Petty.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ashear re
turned to their home here Sunday
night, after spending six weeks in
California with Mr. Ashear's broth
er, George Ashear, and Mrs. Ash
ear's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Phillips, of
Clinton, Tenn., spent the week-end
here with Mrs. Phillips' mother,
Mrs. A. S. Solesbee, and her sister,
Mrs. Thad Patton, at her home on
Franklin Route 1.
Mrs. W. T. Moore was confined
to her bed Tuesday with a case of
Mr. an4 MfP. Ppy4 Su.tton, of
Atlanta, Ga., spent , the week-end
here with Mrs. Sutton's, mother,
Mrs. A.- W. Home and sister, Mrs.
J. E. Perry, at their home an Har
rison avenue. !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T Keener
and three children, of Asheville,
spent Friday with Mrs. Keener's
father, Henry D. West and Mrs.
West, at their home on Franklin
Mrs. A. B. Omahundro, who has
been spending the winter in Spray,
N. C, with her husband, who is
working there, returned to Franks
lin last week for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bar
Miss Hicks Wilson, of Sylva, is
spending several days in Franklin,
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Sutton, at their home on
J, Palmer street.
Mrs. J. T. Siler, who has been
spending several weeks in Ferri
day Ala., with her husband, who
is working there, is expected to re
turn to her home here this week.
Paul Plemmons, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman H. Plemmons, who
suffered a fracture of the left
thigh and a fracture of the left
arm at the shoulder, with some
minor bruises when he was run
over by an automobile on Wednes
day, January 20, is able to be get
ting around on. crutches.
Mrs. W. W. Sloan, who has been
spending the past winter in Green
ville, S. C, with her daughter, Mrs.
Hall Swain and Mr. Swain, in ex
pected to return to her home at
"Sunnyside Farm" Thursday,
Mrs. Roy Mize and children, of
Clayton, Ga., were visiting Mrs.
Mize's brother, joe Palmer and
Mrs. Palmer, at their home on
White Oak street. They also at
tended the graduation exercises of
the Franklin high school.
Miss Ina Henry, who is attend
ing Western Carolina Teacheri col
lege at Cullowhee, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Henry, at their home on
Franklin Route 4.
Mrs. T. S. Munday, who is now
making her home in Gastonia,
spent the week-end here with
Continued on Page Six)
411 FOR DIGESTION'S SAKE
f a No. 1 rate with me," says noted explorer
RUNNING THE RAPIDS of jungle river (ftcow)
one of A. Hystt VerriU's nerve-racking experi
ences. "No matter what I have to so through,'
he explains, " smoking Camels eases tension and
starts me on the trail to good digestion." Let
Camels help your digestion by speeding up the
flow of digestive fluids, increasing alkalinity.
&JMM . ill Will
CAMELS COSTLIER TOBACCOS!
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Through blazing heat . . . through blasting cold . . .
across high mountains . . . across
lovel plains . . . this Chevrolet
half. ton trnrlr roIloH 11 n
amazing now records
Study this unequalod record then buy
Location of Test . r 'Round tho Nation Detroit to Dstrolt
Distance Traveled 10,244.8 Miles
Gasoline Used . . . 493.8 Gallons
Oil Consumed . . . 7.5 Quarts
Water Used 1 Quart
Gasoline Cost. ................... ...t . $101.00
Gasoline Mileage 20.74 Miles per Gallon
Average Speed 31.18 Miles per Hour
Running Time .............. 328 Hours, 31 Minutes
Cost per Vehicle Mile $.0098
Average Oil Mileage 1,365.9 Miles per Qt.
Thsse records hevs been certified by the A. A. A.
Contest Board os being ef f Iclally correct.
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, CmmtoI Motor Sat Corpowatitm. DETROIT. 1IICH.
''IMfilllfWIiaipr. BfflOBllTl 8i? lion Ibsdl
Franklin, N, C.