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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1M7
THE fftANkLM PRESi AND THfi HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
' A wedding of much interest to
their many friends, was that of
Miss Edna Edwards to Brounce
Roper, which was quietly solemn
ized in Clayton, Ga., on. Friday,
Mrs. Roper is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards, of
Burningtown. -She is also . a stu
dent of Western Carolina Teachers
college, at Cullowhee.
Mr. Roper is the son of Cling
man Koper and the late Mrs. Rop
er, of- Oak Dale. He has been
employed by the government for
Mr. arid Mrss Roper are now
making their home on lotla.
SURPRISE DINNER FOR
MRS. ALICE CHILDERS
Mrs. Alice Childers was given a
surprise dinner Sunday by her chil
dren honoring her on her birthday
anniversary, with approximately 25
children, grandchildren and invited
friends present. i
The table, which was placed on
the lawn was laden with a variety
of good things to eat, and was
thoroughly enjoyed by all, each
wishing Mrs. Childers many more
occasions like this.
Ralph and Marshall Cunningham,
Harold . Swoffard, Frank Oliver' and
Ralph Tallent spent the week-end
Miss Lena Durrance. of Funta
Gorda, Fla., is spending the sum
mer with "Mrs. J. W. Cantey John
son at Trimbnt Inn. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Pattillo
spent the .week-end in Macon, Ga.,
with .' Mrs. Pattillo's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. C McCullough.
Mn and Mrs. Ham Bryson and
family, of Green's Creek, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Bryson's mother,
Mrs. Alice Childers, at her home
near the roller mill.
Mrs. W. -B. McGuire;,and three
daughters, Misses Margaret, Vir
ginia ajid Elizabeth, spent several
days in Atlanta, Ga., shopping and
in Macon, Ga., visiting their daugh
ter and sister, Mrs. T. M. Plonk
and Mr. Plonk. Mrs. ' Plonk was
the former Miss Louise McGuire.
Mr. arid Mrs. R. M. Ledford
recently spent the week-end in
Cl'emsori, S. C, with their daugh
ter, Mrs. K. R. Helton and Sgt.
Mr. and' Mrs. John S. Trotter
have moved to Asheyille, where Mr.
Trotter has accepted a position.
Matinee begin at 3:00
Night Shows 7:30 and 9:30
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
SATURDAY, MAY 22
BOB STEELE IN
ALSO DICK TRACY SERIAL
AND "KICK ME AGAIN"
MON.-TUE, MAY 24-25
CHARLES BOYER, JEAN
"HISTORY IS MADE
Added Attraction: PICTORIAL
grIEW AND CARTOON
, fvftlrs. Lymari Higdon)
, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26
"SINNER TAKE ALL"
STARRING BRUCE CABOT and
Short Subjects ; Pananvount Newts
Betty Boop Cartaom, Star Reporter
(Mrs. Jack Hall)
THUR.-FRI, MAY 27-28 ,
"FIFTY ROADS TO
WITH DON AMECHE, ANN
SOTHERN, SLIM SUMMER
V.ILLE, STEPIN FETCHIT
"NO PLACE LIKE ROME"
. (Mrs. Pope Ellard)
The persons whose natmes appear
in the above program will be ad
mitted by presenting this clipping.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ashear
spent a portion of. the past week
visiting relatives and friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Newton and
young son, Phillip, Jr., of Vilas,
Fla., arrived Saturday for a visit
with Mrs. Newton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. T. Peek. Mrs. Newton
will be remembered as Miss Velma
Peek, ( i
Mr. and Mrs. John Perry Ing
ram and three boys, of Coco Solo,
Canal Zone, arrived here last week
for a two weeks' visit with Mr.
Ingram's mother, Mrs. Charles Ing
rtm, at her home oh Franklin Route
4. Mr. Ingram has been with the
United States navy for the past
20 years, and this is his first visit
home in 12 years.
Miss Dorothy Stewart, who is do
ing stenographic work in Durham,
is expected to arrive in Franklin
in a few days to Spend her vaca
tion with her parents, , Mr. and Airs.
D. G. Stewart, at their home on
Miss Elizabeth Dowdle, who is
teaching school at Kannapolis,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Hazelwood,
of Dublin, Ga., and Dr. H. B.
Terry, of Acworth, Ga., were vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Stew
Mrs. G. L. Houk and son, Fred
rick Johnston Houk, and Miss
Mary Willis accompanied G: L.
Houk to Asheville Tuesday. Mr.
Houk was enroute to New York
from .where he sailed Thursday on
the Carinthia for Cherbourg, France,
and Montreaux, Switzerland.
Miss Ina Henry, who is attend
ing Western Carolina Teachers col
lege, at Cullowhee, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Henry, at their home on
Franklin Route 4 Miss Henry was
recently elected president of the
Macon county "club' at Cullowhee:
Mrs. Alvin Dodd, of Atlanta, Ga.,
came up Saturday for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Higdon. Mrs. Dodd was before
marriage,' Miss Josephine Higdon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ramey and
young son, of Enka, spent the first
of the weekf at Prentiss visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. ' W. R. Corpening has re
turned to her home oh Cartooge
chaye, after undergoing a 'very
serious operation at Angel hospital.
Mrs. Ida C. Porter, of Highlands,
spent last week here, the house
guest of Mrs. J. W. Cantey John
son, at Trimont Inn. Mrs. Porter
is spending this week at Riverside
Inn, the guest of Mrs. W. H. Sell
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Henley Moore, who
came here last week to attend the
funeral of Mrs. C. M. Moore, re
turned to their; home in Virginia
Beach; Va., Tuesday. They were
accompanied by Mr. Moore's fath-.
er, C. M. Moore,' and hiece, Sally
Lou Moore, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Moore, who will spend
three weeks visiting in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan and
Neville, Jr., of Atlanta, Ga,, are
spending this week visiting Mrs.
George Bidwell at her camp near
. Mrs. A. E. Gouge, of Bakersville,
and Van Sisk, of Charlotte, spent
the week-end here with their 'par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sisk, at
their home on lotla street.
Mrs. George; J, Johnston and son,
Murray, have retorned to their
home here, after .a visit with Mrs.
Johnston's mother, Mrs. Alice Mur
ray, in Athens, Ga.
George Raby, of West's Mill, who
has been in Angel hospital for an
operation, has been removed to his
sister's, Mrs. Jud Potts. His con
dition was reported to be slightly
Mr. and Mrs. John Willis Fox,
of Asheville, spent a' while here
Monday with their grandparents,
Judge and Mrs. J. B. Willis, at
their home oh Harrison avenue."
On their return Monday niht,
they were accompanied by Mrs.'
Willis who , spent Monday night
and Tuesday in Asheville.
Miss Dora Bryson, of Atlanta,
Ga., came up Sunday for a short
visit ,with her aunt, Mrs. C.
Bryson and other relatives at
West's Mill, returning to her home
Grady Garner, of Andrews, spent
the week-end here with relatives
and friends, He was accompanied
on his return Sunday by Mrs,
Garner, who had been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cr A. Cabe,
at their home ori Franklin Route 2.
W. D. Barnard, who has been
quite ill from an attack of ery
sipelas, caused from an injury on
his head, was reported Wednesday
to be somewhat improved.
Miss Dorothy Bennett, of lotla,
left recently for Washington, D. C,
where shei expects to spend the
Harold Campbell, of Winston
Salem, spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Campbell, at their home on lotla.
Mr. and Mrs. Renfro Clampitt
and children, of Bryson City, spent
Sunday on lotla visiting Mrs.
Clampitt's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. .R. Clampitt.
Miss Thelma Buchanan, of Winston-Salem,
spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Buchanan, at their home on
Mr. and Mrs! L. H. Page and
daughter, Mary 'Frances, went to
Atlanta, Ga., "Thursday to meet
Mrs. Page's father, E. A. Day, who
is coming here from Los Angeles,
Calif., for a visit with Mrs. Page.
Mrs. Moses Blumenthal and two
daughters, Dorothy and Majorie,
returned to their-home here last
week from Atlanta, Ga., where they
had spent the past 10 days with
Mrs. Blumenthal's sister, Mrs. T.
B. L. Padgett, of Murphy, was
among the business visitors here
-Miss Gladys Pannell spent the'
week-end with her parents, M and
Mrs. .Arthur Pannell, at bThome
in cast Franklin.
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Steel-nerved Lou Meyer has a special
word to say about Camel's mildness
IN THIS RACING GAME, I NEED A y(pl
I MILD CIGARETTE SO I SMOKE U ffffitn
V CAMELS. I ENJOY CAMELS AS w
OFTEN AS I WANT-THEV NEVER jfXf flJS
GET ON MV NERVES. lU SAY L S&lj" i
CAMELS ARE M"t " fe
A full month ahead of
Summer Sales we are of
fering these price reduc
tions. You get extra value
because of the extra wear
and usefulness of these
summer specials. Big sav
ings on every item.
Women's White Sandals,
East Color Wash Dresses, E?fW
women's and children's.... OU
Ladies' Silk Slips,
price .....'..!;. .........
Ladies' Full'. Fashioned '
5 Yards LL Sheeting
Ladies' House Shoes,
price . J.
Boys' Wash Suits
priced at ............
Boys Dress Shirts, Sfi
Men's Work Shirts,
a 75 value ............
Men's High Grade Hose,
Men's Dress Shirts,
good grade ...
Ladies' Rayon Panties,
Men's Suits, all shades, all wool
materials, buy now, prices advance
every day $ 1 to $ 1 7.95
Ladies' Short Coats, white and
pastel, beautiful new styles $1 .95
in VArrtril mafttvials
in wool materials
Curtain Goods, big variety, CfW
5 v. W
Ladies' Linen Suits,
Ladies' White Coats
Silk Dresses in prints and
solid colors ..........
Print and Sheer
Men's Dress Straw Hats, fiQtf
Men's Dress Hats,
Men's all wool Slacks white, gray,
checks, stripes $0.50 $0.95 $0.95
Men's bxfords whites, $1 .98
blacks good grades T
Women's and Girls'
FRANKLIN, N. C.