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THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1937
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS" MACONIAN
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Highlands
EDITED BY MRS.
CAMP SEQUOYAH
Cami Sequoyah, a summer camp
,and play .school for ' the young
boys and girls will open in High
lands on July 2. It is located at
Trillium lodge about one half mile
from the center of town. The di
rectors are Mrs. Coyle K. Moore,
of Florida State College for Wo
men, and Mrs. Karl L. Vance, di
rector of the Nursery School in.
Tallahassee.
Various activities will include na
ture study, handicraft, dancing and
rhythm, dramatic play and music,
horseback riding and swimming. A
well equipped playground will be
provided. Stories and group games
will be included on the day's pro
gram. Day members as well as regular
campers will be given full benefit
of all the activities.
CARL HOWARD OPENS
FRUIT AND GROCERY STORE
, Carl Howard, of Franklin, has
opened an up-to-date fruit .and
vegetable market on North Main
street. Mr. Howard is a man of
wide experience in the grocery
business. He was manager of Sloan's
Market in Franklin for a number
of years.
"KING OF KINGS" TO
BE PRESENTED SUNDAY ,
An unusually fine film, 'The
King of Kings," sponsored by the
Episcopal church, will be shown
QySEN OF HIGH DIVERS.
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Bryant Furniture Company
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Highlights
T. C. HARBISON
at the Highlands Theatre Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 and 8 o'clock
Sunday evening. With an all star
cast, it depicts the life of Christ
frorn the beginning of His min
istry to the Ascension. It affords
over two hours of splendid enter
tainment. Half of the proceeds will
go to the school and half to the
Episcopal church.
SHOWER GIVEN FOR
REV. AND MRS du PREE
A miscellaneous shower was giv
en recently for Rev. and. Mrs.
Robert du l'ree, who are occupying
the Edwards apartment. Many ap
propriate gifts were received and
the house warming was enjoyed by
quite a number of friends. Rev.
du l'ree, pastor of the Highlands
Presbyterian church, is a graduate
of Columbia Theological Seminary,
in Decatur, Ga.
Harry and Richard Holt, of
Franklin and Highlands, will soon
open a short range shooting gal
lery. It is located on Potts street,
next to the Corner Drug store.
Mrs. Jay Chapman, of Atlanta,
Ga., formerly Miss Betsy Potts, of
Highlands, is spending a few days
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ragland, of Miami,
are now occupying their summer
home on Bearpen mountain.
Miss Mary Lizzie Potts recently
underwent an appendix operation
at Stn Joseph's, infirmary in At-
p
s
With Modern Bounty Added
When the boys marched away to Cuba,
the first MONARCIIS were made by band
above an Iowa hardware store made
of steel and unbreakable malleable iron,
riveted together like a 'steam boiler.
They didn't look very Inviting according
,to today's standards but they were un
breakable; then were economical of fuet
and they did the same perfect baking after
years of hard use that they did when new.
Nearly forty years have passed but no one
has ever discovered a new way to build
ranges of equal stamina. So, Inside tSiW
beautiful 1936 MONARCH porcelain
enamel body you will find today the same
. m mm J 11 - ff '
unbreakable, lull maueaoie eonsirucuon
much more you can appreciate
beauty when you know It goes hand in
hand with service that wUI Ut a lifetime!
lanta, Ga., where she graduated
last month in nursing. Her sister,
Miss - Eva Potts, visited her, last
week-end.
DUGOUT HAS
PRELIMINARY OPENING
The preliminary opening of the
Dugout,' new roadside .tavern near
Lake Sequoyah, was enjoyed last
Saturday night. Over two. hundred
townspeople and visitors were pres
ent. Music for the square dancing
was furnished by several real
mountain "Overall Boys" with
chekered shirts and red bandannas.
Preparations are being extensively
made for the formal opening to be
held next Saturday night.
-Mrs. George Sausey and children,
of Columbia, S. C, are now oc
cupying "Highficld," summer home
of Mrs. Sausey's mother, Mrs.
Hampton Perry, of Charleston, S.
C. Mr. John Perry, of Spartanburg,
S. C, spent the past week-end at
"Highfield."
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Miss R. C.
Nail, Mrs. E. R. Gilbert and Mrs.
A. C. Holt, of Highlands, and Mrs.
J. W. C. Johnson, of Franklin, at
tended the annual convention of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Epis
copal church, at Kanuga Lake last
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and M rs. Frank Cook and
small daughter, Mary Bascom, visit-,
ed Mrs. Cook's parents in Ala
bama several days last week.
Mrs. Clyde Chase, of West Palm
Beach, Fla., is visiting at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Da Camera on
Shortoff.
Admiral N. A. McCully, of St.
Augustine, Fla.; an annual summer
visitor here, has arrived for the
season. He is a guest at King's Inn.
Miss Osceola Everett has accept
ed a position in Winston-Salem for
the coming school season.
Mrs. Ida Sesson, her mother, and
Mrs. Harriet McAllister, of Atlanta,
Ga:, are enjoying "Stepping Stones,"
Mrs. Sesson's home here.
REMOVAL NOTICE
Dr. Jessie Z. Moreland
DENTIST
Highlands, N. C.
Second floor, Anderson's Drug Store
Formerly located in Raleigh, N. C.
Scliiilman's Dept. Slore's
QHg IHeorganization ale
ATTEND THIS SALE AND SAVE MONEY
LADIES' DRESSES
"Gone With the Wind"
Dresses
$1.98
SEE OUR WINDOWS
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
AND OXFORDS
In White or White and
Brown, Value $5.00
$1.00 and $1.69
Miss Mildred Snccd, of Walhalla,
S. C, has opened a sewing room
above Highlands Drug Store.
Floyd Wiley left recently for
Kershaw, S. C., where he has ac
cepted a position.
Miss Charlotte B. Elliott left
Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Hugcr Elliott in New York.
Recently visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Davis were Miss E. S. Fritz,
Mrs. Esther Bell and Jack Bill, of
Lancaster, Pa., and Mrs. F. S.
Brackbill, of New York. Many
Highlands folk will remember Mr.
Fritz, who, came here in 1912 and
was the first U. . S. forest service
WANTED
By
W. L. Richardson & I. M. Roberts
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Beans-Fordhook Limas
Yellow Squash-Cucumbers
and Tomatoes
We will open our packing house in Franklin
July 10th, and will pay cash for all, produce
listed above. '
We have bought produce in this section, for
the last 10 years, and find August the best
month. We have never, been able to get enough
produce to supply the demand. So let every
body plant all they can this year. We will have
a good market all summer.
We will not be . in the market for tomatoes
and squash until August. '
For Further Information Write : '
W. L. Richardson or I. M. Roberts
651 Poplar Street
Macon, Ga.
Ladies' Rayon Hose, 1 Cc
29c value, pair ....
Ladies' Cotton Hose, Cc
pair
Men's Sox, Cc
pair
Men's White Manama
Suits, $12.50 val- $"7.95
ue, on sale
Men's Work Pants, QQc
$1.79 value, UO
Boys' Overalls, 4Q
pair
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Men's Oxfords, white or black and white, $1 .94
values to $5.00, on sale
Schulman's
representative to come to Macon
county. Miss Fritz and Mrs. Bell
are his sisters.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
SHOES
When your heels blister
And your soles- tear ,
We'll put you, Mister
In a bran' "new pair.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP
Box 212 Troy F. Horn
Opposite Court haute
WM225SE2S&ESBM&3E53SSSS229P
Plant City, Fla.
B,IC SHIPMENT OF
Ladies' Hats
In All Wanted Colors
97c
MEN'S WORK SHOES
All Sizes, $2.50 Value,
On Sale
$1.49
Dept. Store
    

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