PA6E Six 1
THURSDAY, JUNE IT. 1937
(Continued from Page Three)
ENJOYABLE BRIDGE PARTY
. Mrs. K. V. Mill's and Mrs. Sloan
Murray entertained with 'three
tables of 'bridge on, Monday after
noon followed with a kitchen towel
shower for Mrs. II. G. Knoch.' :
, When the scores were added,
Mrs. James Cart wright, was. given
a lovy teapot fon high " score. Mrs.
J aiueti - liruok hire liuldingi second
high was given u woven rug. Mrs.
Douglas Nichols swas given a table
mat for the cut (prize." ' ?
Cherrjn mousse, cakes. and iced
te-if'were served to the following :
Mrs. Knoch, Mrs. James Cart
wright, Mrs. James Brookshirc,
Mrj. Douglas Nichols, Mrs. Hugh
Creasman, Mrs. Ear'lc Rogers, Mrs.
Charles Kayer, Mrs.' Jolln' Wasilik,
Mr$. Truman Moody Mrs'. Hender
son! Callowav, Mrs. L. II. Page,
Mr$. Jack O. Werner, Mrs. T. 1).
Johnston, and Mrs. K. B. Trousdell
BRIDGE PARTY FOR
MRS. H. G. KNOCH .
Mrs. James Cartwright entertain
ed two tables of bridge'last Tues
day' complimentary to Airs. Hcpbert
(i. Knoch, who is leaving for At
lanta. After three progressions,
Mrs. Truman Moody was presented
sir "pyrex cups and rack for high
score. Mrs. Hugh Creasman won
thef cut prize, a crystal cigarette
jar "and ash ,tray. Mrs. Knoch was
given a glazo manicure set. i'
At the conclusion of the playing
of the ames, ice cream sodas and
cakfs were served.
Those enjoying the; afternoon
witi Mrs. Knoch were Mrs. Tru
mai Moody, Mrs. Hugh Creasman,
MrjL R. V. Miles, Mrs. Sloan
Murray, Mrs; 'John Wasilik, Mrs.
Ja4 O. Werner and Mrs. L. H.
I i t ' i 1 , ;
Miss Myrtle Buchanan, daughter
of Ir. and Mrs. Oscar Buchanan,
-i ; . ' ;
All Uied Cars thut LOOK alike are NOT aliKcel '
I Keen USED
h short run 1 16 1 town, the t mountains or the ,
beach, will give you renewed eriergy to go "back
jo work on Monday." Our Used Cars make long
runs seem shorty You can RELY on our Used
f ars. Come in. '' . ; ''Jy .. inn
1933 Chevrolet 1-Ton . 1932 Ford 4-Joor Sedaii,
I Truck,' new1licene. $275 ' new paint, and run
1934 Chevrolet li.T on ' ?od ,. ...$225
Truck, goad tires,
Ctaod sfiATM. ........ t?k1 I
rr i ' - . -r
1932 Chevrolet VC a ch,
I 1-A, new paint . . . $225
1932 CW., Sport Tour- f
I iiig," aibovo average. $280
1934 DLCA Kid .-. tire., )
I . A-.1: condition ''.,,.. $310
933 Oiev. Slhort Cab . . .$265
1936 Dodge tf-Too Truck,
I stock rack $450
1936 Ford V-8 Pickup,
1 J,UuU Mi,, a dandy $475 ditioht.J .....,m0
I '. "iI-el US Care for YOUR Car U ;
pRING IN YOUR OLD CAR; SWAP IT FOR A NEW CAR
TRY AND vYOU
A Ca you , will be Proud to own v 1
of Franklin ' Route ' 2, graduated
from the school of nursing, at the
Anderson county hospital in And
erson,' S. C, on Friday evening,
Mrs., John Ramsey, of Chatta
nooga, Tcnn., came in. Wednesday
of the past week for a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Wade Moody,
at her home on Franklin Route 3.
' Mr. and Mrs; Jack Sanders and
son, Sol,, spent Sunday at New
found Gap and Clingman's Dome.
Mrs. R. L. Porter and two chil
dren, Gordon and Virginia Lee, re
turned to their home on Harrison
avenue Monday from Washington,
U.....C,. where lhey . spcnta,..w.cck.
with Mrs. Porter's sister, Mrs. T. J.
Williamson, the former Miss Bess
Daugherty. 'j,';.. t Jf
Hch;n Edwarcls, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. "John W. 17.dvards, is
spending this week in Ashcvillc
visiting Mrs. M. S. Misenhcimer
and attending the Rhododrendon
Mrs. Richard LauRnlin, pf And
erson, S. C, is spending the sum
mer at Trimont Inn.
Miss Jean Moore, daughter of
Mr.' and vMr'sl Gordon Moore, ?left
Friday of the past week for Wilson,
where she will.spend several wegks
visiting hef cousin,. Mis.l . Marguer
, . Mrs.," Alice Murray and. son, T.
-V. Murray have returned to' their
home in Athens, Ga., after spend
ing a week here visitingMr?.. Mur
ray's daughter, Mrs., George J.
Johnston and Mri Johnston, at their
home on Harrison avenue. '
Mr. and : Mrs. Stanley Varnaski
and C. Cj Rogers, J of Baltimore,
,Md., (are spending several days , at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Wells, at their horrie on 1 Franklin
Route 2. . i
Mrs. S. H. Burner, of Danridge.
Tenn., is spending several days here
with ' her ' daughter, Mrs'.' .'Jimmy
Sutton and Mr. Sutton, at their
home on Palmer street. ' '
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Mrs. i Nail.
Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. A. C. Holt,'
of Highlands, and ,Mrs. J. W. C
Johnson, of Franklin, attended the
annual meeting of, the Voman's
C AR Values
193$ Chevrolet Sport Se-
111 frtr1 I )
""..p un new JJJ
1929 Ford Sedan, looks
bad, a good car , ,.$125
1931 QaJdlarid 4-door Se
dan V-8, new paint, '
new engine . . . . , . . : $250
1931 Ford Co ape', new
S, pwnt v.:..w....... $210
1932 B Ford Coach . . ; . $195
1934 Ford V-8 S Long
Wheel Bifum Trtack,
. '. ; : i-H :i. ::' ....
WILL BUY ?
'Auxiliary at th'e Episcopal 'church'
at Katuiga 1 riday ' arid' 'Saturdal'
Wayne Franklin has returned to
North Carolina State college, at
Raleigh for a six vveks, qqurse,
after spending, jlMday . wUJn bif
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Frank
lin, at their h6mc , on ' Franklin
Route .4. '"' ' ' .,' " '''.' :
R. D, Sisk, whd is, qrder' treat
ment at Angel hospital, was report
ed to be. somewhat iirjproycd Tues-
dy- . . : ' - .' ..i--'
Mrs. W. S. Smith, of ;Charlottp,
has been: visiting Mrs. J.,,S. Sloan.
. Miss, Georgianna Tessier has re
turned from. Washington,; , D. , C
-where she has held a . government
position since last September.
Miss Grace Conley entered cal
if ge at Wake Forest last , week for
the summer, term. .
8 Dr. and Mrs. G. Frank Johnson
and two daughters, Jean and, Ann,
of. Winston-Salem, have been vis
iting Mrs. Johnson's father, George
Carpenter and Mrs. Carpenter ,at
tieir home on lotla street. ,
Y ' . ;
I By MRS. J. R. BERRY
BIG F.ISH STORY
f On June 11 J.' W. ' Shlddles
bought his fishing licejise. Being
ery eager to try his luck , at fish
ig he rtushed to' Lake Emory's
f M r. Shidles was fishing for all
that was in it, 'and in just a short
while' he discovered, that he hal
Rooked a whopperThe muskie was
too large for a little man like
Shidles,' and he began . screaming
(or help. A man nearby came to
is rescue, and they drew but a
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: 1 ! , ! 'Mi 1 f !
1 I'm !
f t at uw fyateor une a
j i fiReach tfEveryoiyi. s
Of No majcer how'much you wduld .
be yrWrng to pay you couldn't buy
ugilvi: icuiiiciaiur man
m Gentrl Eljsctric Beautifulll styled,
v jwitbi kenerous storaee soice Bfld'i
,i almokt unlimited cold-pr(cuciflg t
j capacity, t ipas every advanced tea-r( .
I turt,for grelater convenient. And-
now,you save three ways
On oneratintr met. nnrt nn
r,,, , jr-r --0 r-TTv
i.. ; noose a we.
r tor Enduring Economy 1 " ''House of Magic" means
3 steel THRIFT UNIT stands
l k.ii,i' tki-
S T" . r T Tl ,""5T ""' V - ' VrMf .
as dependably and econoirjically-. . , HIre,,9
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it'.i-l ' 8. . " it i'i !
iritlskie weighing 17 iVotuuls, 38
lliis is noftilliOrfKOAf. am
ctayf j he caught a catfish weiylnng
twefj pounds, a bas 1 veiRhiiiK' 'two
l)oiiids and also five bream.
Mf.': Shidles ' really .believes all
this good luck "Came to him only
because lie had purchased a fish
ing ' license.' ' 1 '' '; 1 " '.'; '
, Mr.'" and1 'Mrs. 1). L. Bailey, of
Canton,' came 6vtf Sunday' to see
Mrs.' ISaileyV father 'arid ; mother,
Mr!' and Mrs. Bill Tippett. ' ' .
,' Mrs..-Pink Cover, from Gastonia,
is -spending a few (lays here' with
'her mother, '.Msi, MarthJa CoJgins.
Mrs. Gt Cajitfwaj; Jf las,t
wek for Greenwood, S. , C, to
visit her sister,' Mrs. 'Bill Sroiul. ,
Paul Saunders and 'mother,' Mrs.
Jim Saunders, of Richmond, Va.,
will be here' for one month visiting
relatives and friends. ''"!
Lee .Crawford and family were
in- Highlands Sunday visiting his
Mr. and Mrs. Trank Se7let5, of
Canton,' spent the week-end ' with
their grandmother, Mrs. Hester
' G. L. Mclntyre, Lylc and Lassie,
have arrived here from Kannapolis,
to spend a week or more with
their father arid mother, Mr. and
Mrs. John Mclntyre.
Misses Mildred and Edna Mcln
tyre, who have bccn; going to school
at Kannapolis, have ' returned to
their home for the summer.
iMrs. Bill' Cooper, from Etna .was
visititlg her father, G. C. Calloway,
this past week.
Mr1, and Mrs. 'Charlie Stewart
hdive ' moved recently from their
Lake Emory home to an apart
tit r- a a j r. .
1 v .
I , . veloped Jay famous..
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,Wr,, lltllf It HAM I l.niMlUUHH
ulL - : - i - A - - -tJv'mdu -
Franklin, N. C.
ment in Franklin. Mr. Stewart is
Cine 6i .the' operators at Lake
Enmryl bwer ; house. , ,! ,V
, M r. and Mrs-. Earl Pressley, for
hierly of this place, now of Canton,
are here visiting Mrs. Presslcy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey.'
'. Charlie Moody, of Georgia, was
in our community last Sunday. Mr.
Moody is a real singer aind song
By R. F. ANDERSON
, Kev. T. D. Denny jireachcd an
interesting sermon Sunday after
noon at tlp Tellico Paitist church.
; A number of young folks went
to Briartown to the decoration
Miss Edilis' Anderson entertained
her Sunday school class, the juniors,
with a picnic Sunday afternoon.
After playing a number of games,
refreshments, cookies and lemo
nade, were served. Those present,
were:.- Juanita, Joan and Moena
McCiaha, Stella Alason,. Mary Jus
tice, Ruth Smith, Helen ami Bea
trice Ramsey, Nell Dellart, Irene
Hampton, and Masters Bland Ford
Anderson and Thad Byrd. All en
joyed the picnic. (, t
Mrs. Inez Savage arid four chil
dren are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Anderson.
Miss Be.unh Smith and Robert
Anderson are on the sick list,. We
wish for them a speedy recovery.
Misses Juanita and Joan McGaha,
of Lowell, are spending the sum
mer with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs.'R. M. ' McGaha.
Our Sunday' school is progressing
nicely under the leadership of
mows are power
- m: Jll , ,
i - Wltb f""out staled, in-sleel
THRIFT UNIT that re-
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