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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1937
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW
The flower snow, which is spon
i sored each year by ' the Garden
' club, and which was to have been
held the latter part of July, has
been indefinitely postponed, due to
the scarcity of flowers caused by
tie dry weather. The date and
place will be announced later.
E. N. Evans, foreman and teacher
of crafts with the national youth
administration, left Monday to at
1 'ruled the School of Crafts of the
l'cnland Weavers and Potters, I'cn
land, conducted by Dr. Wurst, of
Mr, and Mrs. Ancil D. Holloway,
of Gainesville, Ga., and Miss Joy
Goyer, of Indiana,, sister of Mrs.
Holloway, were week-end guests
at Trimont Inn. Mr. Holloway re
sided in Franklin in 1935 when
representing the bureau of fisheries.
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie has returned
from a three weeks' visit with re
latives and friends in Asheville,
Lenoir and Hickory.
Mr. and Mrs.- Henry Wilkie and
Matinees begin at 3:00
Night Shows 7:30 and 9:30
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
PROGRAM" FOR WEEK
SATURDAY, JULY 24
THE MESQUITEERS IN
"HIT THE SADDLE"
-Those three lighting buddies
swinging into action again.
Added : Painted Stallion No. 4;
Comedy "THIRST AID"
MONDAY ONLY JULY 26
STARRING WARNER BAXTER,
ALSO SELECTED SHORTS
TUESDAY ONLY, JULY 27
"PRINCE AND THE
STARRING ERROL FLYNN,
CLAUDE RAINS, HENRY
STEPHENSON and a Gmml Gast
Story By MARK TWAIN
Also: Bring On The Girls; Screen
Song, "I CANT ESCAPE FROM
WEDNESDAY ONLY, JULY 28
"TWO WISE MAIDS"
With ALISON SKIP WORTH,
The Laugh Parade of Pictures
Short Subjects ; Ptaramount News ;
Cartoon; Artists' Home Life
(Mrs. Wayne Higdon)
THUR.-FRL, JULY 29-30
ROBERT TAYLOR, BARBARA
"THIS IS MY AFFAIR"
With VICTOR McLAGLEN,
and a Gnarod Cast
Added: Hollywood Second Step;
Colorful South Africa
A Fitz,pa trick Travell Talk
' (Mrs. R. D. Carson)
The persons whose names appear
in the above program will be ad
mitted by presenting this clipping.
son, Jack, are spending this week
at Kyle visiting Mrs. Wilkie's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Bateman.
. Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Cabe spent
the week-end in Atlanta.
Miss Ruth . Higgins, who spent
the past week in Atlanta, visiting
her cousin, Miss Eugenia Zachary,
returned to her home on Harrison
avenue1 Tuesday. On her return she
was accompanied by Miss Zachary,
who will visit in Franklin for a
Howard Wilkie and young daugh
ter, Barbara, of Arden, spent the
week-end here with Mr. Wilkie's
mother, Mrs. W. G. Wilkie. Mr.
Wilkie has been reelected as teach
er in the Valley Springs school
where he taught the past year.
Miss Florence Stalcup returned
from Greensboro Saturday, where
she has been for the past month
attending summer school.'
Mrs. A. J. Cochran and daugh
ters, Lois and Mrs. Homer Blevens,
and Mrs. Blevens' two daughters,
of Cumberland, Ky., are spending
this week on Franklin Route 4,
with Mrs. L. A, Berry, Mrs. J. B.
Deal and R. F. Henry, sisters and
brother of Mrs. Cochran.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ensley and
Hiss Flora Wilkie, of Asheville,
spent Sunday here with Mrs. Ens
ley's and Miss Wilkie's mother,
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie.
Mrs. R. C. Cormvell and daugh
ter, Miss Dixie Joe, of Benton, Ky.,
arrived here Sunday for a visit
with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Frank Leach and Mr. Leach, at
their home on Bonny Crest.
Wellington McConnell, of Atlan
ta, was a welcome visitor to the
Press office last Friday. He will be
remembered as a summer visitor to
Franklin for several seasons and
also as a member of the staff of
The Press during his vacations
while studying journalism at Emory
University. He is now engaged in
business with his father in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Breedlove
and daughter, Miss Opal Breedlove,
of Oak Grove, spent Thursday of
the past week in Knoxville, Tenn.
While there they visited the Ten
nessee Bfcauty School.
Sgt K. R. Helton, of Fort Mc
Clellan, Ala., came in Monday for
a short visit with Mr. and Mrs, R,
M. Ledford. On his return to his
home in Clemson, S. G, Tuesday
he was accompanied by Mrs. Hil
ton, who has been spending the
past six weeks here with her par
entsi Mrs. Hilton is the former
Miss Willie Mae Ledford.
Mr. and Mrs. John Queen and
family, of Philadelphia, Pa., came
in Friday for a two weeks' visit
with relatives and friends at West's
Mill and Etna.
Mrs. G. A. Hamilton and daugh
ter, Adelaide, of Fort Myers, Fla.,
are here for a visit with Mrs.
Hamilton's sister, Mrs. W. B. Mc-
Guire. Mrs. Hamilton will be re
membered as the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. , Sam Greenwood,
of Gainesville, Ga., are spending a
few days here visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Morrison
and two children and Russell
Moore, of Winston-Salem, came in
Monday for a visit with Mr. Mor
rison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Morrison, at their home at Oak
Mrs. E. H. Rust, of Albany, Ga.,
is spending some time at the
NEW BEAUTY SCHOOL
Girls learn Beauty Culture
most popular and best paid
profession for girls. Special
tuition price for the first 10
students to enroll girls, wo
men or youiig men. Just
think, life's profession for so
little, and in three short
months. School new and mod
ern, experienced and skilled
instructors in charge. See or
call Mrs. T. S. Munday at
once Munday Hotel, phone
Maretta College of Beauty Culture
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Franklin Hardware Company
FRANKLIN, N, C.
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