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V THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
MRS. FRANK BLOXHAM, PHONE 55
SUNDAY, MARCH 27
Church of the t Incarnation
11 a. m. Morning prayer, and
St. Agns, Franklin
4 p. m. Evening prayer and
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
3:30 p. m. Preaching- service.
. Highlands Baptist Church
10 a. m Sunday school.
7:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
Highlands Presbyterian Church
10 a. m. Sunday school.
: 7 :30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD
for c. r. McCarthy
A memorial service to the mem
ory of the late Charles Raymon
McCarthy was held at the Presby
terian church last Sunday night.
The Baptist Young Peoples Union
was invited to take part in this
service which was also attended by
a number of friends. ' The service
was leU Dy bteve i'otts who is the
cnaplam oi't lie Christian Endeavor.
'The opening prayer :;and hyrnn 'jwas
followed oy a talk given by Jack
Potts on the work of the Christian
Endeavor during the past year. Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Kuckfer sang a duet,
and. vjSiewton, Cruijkletoii made a
short talk oh the work ana ac
complishments of Mr. McCarthy
during the time he was the pastor
of the Presbyterian church here.
This program " was presented by
candlelight, after which each mem
ber of the Christian Endeavor light
ed his individual candle from' a
central candle and re-dedicated him
self to- 'the Christian Endeavor
Following this service the B. Y.
P, U. adjourned to the Baptist
church and held their regular meet
ing, which included a song service
led by Mrs. Lawrence Hicks, and
a talk on "Forwardness" by Mrs.
The performance of the . "Blue
Sky Boys" presented last week
under the auspices of the B.-R. P.
netted the organization $24, which
was placed in the treasury.
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Its precision mechanism meas
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Another Important feature of
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SERVICE and PARTS
Palmer Street, Franklin, N. C
STUDENTS TAKING PART
IN ESSAY CONTEST
Students in the .Highlands high
school are taking part in a state
wide .essay contest this week. The
subject of the essay is 'The Ad
vantages of American Citizenship."
The School Theatre is offering a
prize for the best essay in the loca.1
school, the county is offering a
prize for the best essay in the
county, and the state will give a
prize for the best in the. state. The
results of the local contest will be
announced next week.
The pre-schooL pre-natal -and
well-baby clinic held irt Highlands
was quite successful.
There were a large number of
pre-school children examined in the
presence of their parents. Nutrition
and oral hygiene were the chief
defects found. There were few who
had enlarged or defected tonsils.
Parents were urged to have these
defects corrected before the child
centers school the coming fall. Most
of this group were vaccinated for
diphtheria, smallpox and had re
cently had typhoid vaccination.
The pre-natal and well-baby clin
ic was attended fairly well. The ex
pectant mothers showed a great in
terest in their condition and prom
ised to attend trie clinic regularly.
Mothers were anxious to have their
babies examined and were appar
ently interested and appreciative of
the advice given. On a whole both
mothers and babies were benefited
by their attendance. Similar clinics
wll be held at regular ntervals.
Mauriice Cleaveland returned
home on last Wednesday from a
Brevard hospital where he under-
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THE FRANKLIN PRESS
went an operation for appendicitis.
He is reported as being well on the
road, .to recovery, .:")
. Professor O. F. Summer is doing
nicely-.following an operation' at
Mission hospital a week ago Sat-
urday." He will be at the hospital
for some time. ,
Mr. L. G. Appley and his son,
Pat; :'who.is a s.tndent at 'Clemson
College,' arrived, in Highlands last
Professor Bill Lippincott, of
Clemson College, S.. C, spent the
week-end in Highlands. '
Mr. and Mrs. James Harkcy, of
Atlanta, are spending some time at
their home here. ' ; j
Mr. J. Smith is seriously ill with
pneumonia at his home here.';
Prof. J. , L. Robinson,-of; New
York and Asheville; who has lecn
prospecting in Western -North Car
olina for sortie" time, brought to
The Press office Tuesday a very
interesting display of minerals
which were found hi Macon county.
J'n the collection were specimens
containing lead, gold and iron, and
also a rock from which he makes
a fine black dye. Another specimen
which he claims to have found in
abundance in one locality contains
oil which will boil out when heat
Prof. Robinson was bom in Bur
mah, but was brought to this-country
at an early age and has been
educated here. He is an entertainer
by profession but makes a 'hobby
of collecting minerals. He states
that he found a greater variety of
valuable minerals in Macon County
than he has discovered anywhere in
his travels over the United States.
Louisa Chapel Members
To Repair Church
Member of the Louisa Chapel
Methodist . church will, meet at the
church on Wednesday, April 0,
for the purpose of underpinning the
building,, painting the belfry and
replacing missing window panes. It
is also planned to sow grass in the
church yard. In case the weather
is riot suitable for work on that
day, the next day, April 7, has been
tentatively set for making the re
pairs. .Dinner will be served on the
grounds, and all members and
friends of the church are invited to
attend and lend a hand.
Father Howard V. Lane, of
Waynesville, will conduct services
for members of the Catholic faith
in Franklin as follows:
Morning Mass on the second and
fourth Sundays of each month in
the American Legion hall on Main
street, at 8 a. m.
Instructions for the children on
the i first and third Mondays at
4:15 p. m.
All are welcome to attend these
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