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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY MAY 20. WW
Wreckage of Plane That Killed Two
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IJllS ITlaSS UI WreCKagC IS all lliai lCUlcUHCU Ul IUC AH plan C lliai najliw nv-it iviuiiuoji auvinuuu, I""
in Harve Shiddles, 25, Franklin taxi operator, and Robert Williams, 19, of Jacksonville, Fla., barnstorm
ing pilot. . - , 1 .
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Burningtown : Miss Jessie Ram
sey, Miss Lola Ramsey.
Oak Grove: Ray N. Moses, Miss
Ruth Byrd, Miss Kate Reece.
-Cowee: Mrs.- A. L. Ramsey, Mrs.
Selma H. Dalton.
Liberty: Miss May McCoy, Mrs.
Annie S. Neil. .
Harmony: Mrs. Marie G. Roper.
Rose Creek: Miss Edith Long.
District No. 2
Aquone: Charles Alex Elmore.'
Otter Creek: Mrs. Paul Grist,
Dist PrLn.; Miss Gladys Pannel,
Miss Georgia Howard, . W. H.
Crawford. - . .
Beecher: Miss Evelyn Kinsland.
Kyle: Miss Lolita Dean,, Miss
Alice Slagle. '
Camp Branch : Mrs. Fleta G
District No. 3
Highlands : O. F. Summer, Dist.
Prin. High school teachers F. C.
Hentz, Mrs. Kate M. Rhinehart.
Elementary teachers Mrs.' Faanie
M. Brown, Miss Ethel Calloway,
Miss Veva Howard, Miss Rachel
Davis, Mrs. Sue R. Hall, : Miss Ed
na" M. Jamison, Miss Nina Howard.
Scaley: Miss Grace Carpenter,
Miss Virginia' Edwards.
Chapel (Colored) : N. H. Sessoms,
R. B. Watts, Mrs. Emma S. Eng
land. First name after each school is
principal of that school.
Sponsoring Great P jcture
The local troop of Boy Scoits
is sponsoring the showing of the
motion picture "The King of Kings"
in the courthouse on Thursday eve
ning, May 27, at 8 o'clock. This is
perhaps the greatest of all motion
.pictures, having been produced by
Cecil B. DeMille at a cost of $2,
5lX),000. Seventeen stars and a cast
of 5,000 are employed in the pic
ture. It is a portrayal of the life, trial,
betrayal, crucifixion, and resurrec
tion of Jesus, Christ.
The picture has 12 reels of film,
and comes with sound effects. The
exhibitor has modern csuipment for
the showing of the picture, so that
there will be at least two hours of
inspiration and entertainment for
those who c6mc to see the picture.
The price of admission will be 15
cents for children, and 25 cents for
adults. The profits will go to help
defray the expenses of a scout
from the troop to the National
Jamboree at Washington in June.
(Continued From Pg One) .
inger, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burner,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Truesdale, Mr. and Mrs. Gil
mer Janes, Mr. and Mrs. Cart
wright, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mend
enhall, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Rim
mer, Mr. and. Mrs. W. S. Cole, of
Clayton, Ga. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Dickson, of Clayton, Ga.; Mr. and
Mrs.' Jess Conley, Mrs. Grace
Omahundro, Mr. and Mrs. Ger
ard, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hender
son, Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Horsley,
Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Killian, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Cartledge, Mr. and Mrc.
Lester Conley, Fred Montoney, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Ashear, Mr and Mrs.
John Cunningham, Mr. and ,Mrs.
Dick Conley, Harvey Bryant and
son, Buce, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hig
don, Dr. Ed Angel Dr. and Mrs.
Flurman Angel, Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Cabe, Harley Cabe, John Tais-
on, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sloan, A.
& P. Russell, Mr; and Mrs. Tom
0,'Neil, Miss Laura Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. felackbum Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Henry, Mr. and
Mrs. "-Tom Bryson, Mr. and Mrs.
George Mallonee, Mr. and Mrs.
Gilmer Crawford, Fred Houk, Ann
Lyle, Vic Perry, Dr. and Mrs. W.
A. Rogers, Bill Sloan, of Clayton,
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bryant,
Paul, Green, of Clayton, Ga., Mr.
and Mrs. Phil McCollum, Miss
Mary Willis, Lillian, Jones, Carr
Howard, Grover Jamison, Mr. and
Mrs. George Johnston, Charles Ing
ram, Mrs. Edith Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Reid, Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Hunnicutt, Mr. and Mrs.
R. G. Beshears, Miss Pauline Hen-
cey, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dowdle.- Mr
and Mrs.. C. B. Burrell Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
Dean Sisk, Mr. and Mrsi A. B
Slagle, Mrs. Eloise Franks, Tony
Welch and Miss Annie Laurie
Bain, John Mcrblium, Mr. and
LMrs. Ralph Womack, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Moore.
Mrs. J. C. Barrington left Thurs
day for Atlanta, , Ga., where she
wHl spend several days an business.
TWO KILLED IN
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Baird, Claude Freeman, Richard
Conley, Derald Ashe, Carl Tysinger,
Jack Sherrill, W. M. Sutton and
Few young men in .Franklin have
ever had more , friends than Harve
Shiddles. His unfailing good humor
made him a general favorite with
all who knew him.
Mr. Shiddles is survived by his
widow, the former Miss Louise
Bingham; his father, George Shid
dles; one sister, Mrs. Thomas
Franks ; one brother, Victor Shid
dles ; his stepmother and two step
sisters, Louise and Lois Shiddles,
all of Franklin. i
FOR RENT-Five room house,
ltp r Lassie Kelly.
WANTED To buy one second
hand cash register. Must be in
good mechanical condition. .
E. W. LONG, Franklin, N. C.
.If you want good bargains in
odorless fly spray bring your bot
tles, as I have it in gallon cans.
G T. BLAINE.
LOST Sow with swallow fork
in left ear, undenbit in right ear,
had four pigs with her. Reward.
Ed McCoy, Etna, N. C.
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County Has Had Very
Successful Fire Season
Macon county has Jiad a very
successful fire season. Due to the
fine cooperation of the people, the
fires have all been small ones.
A total of 159J4 acres since the
first of November has burned with
a total of 28 fires.
The Tennessee river and Sugar
fork river and part of the Car
toogechaye creek were ordered clos
ed by the district protector, Mr. J.
A. Bradshaw. They will be opened
June 10 for fishing.
There will ' be ' fish available for
these streams this fall from' the
government, hatchery, since thev
come under the protection of the
FOR SALE Good lumber $9.00
per thousand feet and up. Seasoned
framing $17.00 per , thousand.
' Zickgraf Hardwood Co.,
Franklin, N. C. '
2tc M20 M27
FOR SALE Pure bred guernsey
cow, 5 years old. Giving 2lA gal
'ons milk daily. Price reasonable.
See W. G. Mallonee or T. W.
Rorter, Franklin, N. C.
FOR SALE Choice corner lot
and good 11 -room house with, mod
ern conveniences, (lose in. Can be
bought at bargain.', Possession at
once. D. G. Stewart, Franklin, N. G
We are' always in the market for
oak, poplar, basswood, maple, brrch,
cherry, white pine, lynn, cucumber,
and black eum Iocs. Will nav
stumpage 7for; loggers. Zickgraf V
liarawood u.. rrankhn. N. (J.
2tc M20 M27
FREE If excess acid mnspq vnn
Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi
gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloat
ing, Nausea, get free sample doc
tor's prescription, Udga, at Perry'j
Drue' Store. .
UU to I "N ,
Malleoli Iron & Riveted
Joints wera considered
of FIEST importance in
selecting a range? :
Lybe it wa before YOUR day, but there
was a time when peoplo who wanted qual
ity rnnf;e wouldn't think of buying anything
but a "Malleable".
TODAY, modern design and porcelain
enamel have supplanted riveted construc
tion as the things you think of first when
looking at ranges . . . but does that mean that
YOU would accept Beauty as SUBSTI
TUTE for quality construction?
Surely NOT1 You want "looks" but you
want quality as well . . and the way to get
&SBHSE:r' OLD and
X I lA NEW
K"-mvTiii -slrl Both Full
I I lITi Malleable
I tI,ai 1903
1335 ' v-ISiEsifir
' 1 IMPsW'f.lSr
BOTH is to buy a Full Malleable MONARCH
MONARCH is as modern as next year's
fashions. Its beautiful design in white or
tinted porcelain enamel makes a range that
anyone would be proud to have in her
kitchen . . .
But MONARCH is also Full Malleable. Not
"malleable" in name only like some range
on the market, but a genuine Malleable,
built exactly like the Monarch of 30
year ago.. . ,
You cannot see the malleable iron frame
and riveted joints that marked a true "mal
leable" back In your Mother' day . . . but
they are there just the same, concealed bo
neath the beautiful porcelain body.
For long life, good baking and fuel
economy, nothing can equal a MONARCH.
Let us show you how it i buih.
bf 595 Tk,
ftHMrc BtUmnd DIgn,
Ik mil tymn of wwutpmenl
mn4 ckoi4 of lwoy-Tmm or
niLfCntm yrtM will,
Bryant Furniture Go.
FRANKLIN, N. C.
IN LADIES' DRESSES
500 New Prints To Go At
2 for $1.00
Also Voiles, Batiste, Seersucker,
Linens, Prints in one and 2-piece
outfits for summer wear
Printed and Solid Color Silks at
$1.95, $2.95, 3.95
If you sew (make your own) we
Pepperell Voile, ' 1 nl2$
Printed Batiste, 1 Ql
per yard '"V
Also 36-in. fast color Print at 1 OVitf
Children's Organdy Dresses
' ' 25e ' - :
Ladies' and Children's Sandals
with leather soles
Large assortment of Ladies' Dress
Hats in Felt and Straw
j "We Clothe the Family"