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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THR HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, IMS
P.-T. A. MEETING
- . .. .
Officers Nominated And
The Franklin I'arent-Teacher As
sociation met in 'the -high school
auditorium Monday afternoon for
the regular monthly meeting with
a large number of teachers and
mothers in attendance.
Mrs. 'John Wasilik, Jr., president,
presided over the business session,
after which the meeting, was turn
ed over to Mrs, B. W. Woodruff,
chairman of the program com
mittee. Preceding the program, children
of two grades, under the supervis
ion of their teachers, Mrs. Kate
Williams and Mrs. Elizabeth Guf- .
fey, entertained with songs and I
talks on other lands.
Anne Cabe announced the numb
ers and John Flanagan gave a talk
on Holland, which ws followed by
three I hitch sontrs bv a uroiin f
children and a Dutch dance by i
Jacquc (lerrard and (irady (ireene. 1
A talk bn Jaiiati was given by
Elizabeth Anne Phillips, and a
group of girls rendered a Japanese
Lawrence Case made .a talk on
Africa, followed by a song by Ruth
Angel, and the. final chorus 'by the
Miss Olivia Patton, chairman of
the nominating committee, propos
ed the following for re-election as
officers for the ensuing year:
Mrs. John Wasilik, Jr., president;'
Mrs. J, A. Flanagan, vice-president;
Mrs. If. E. Church, secretary; Mrs.
L. H. Page, treasurer; Mrs. Helen
Macon,- historian. .
Mrs.' Eloise G. Franks, superin
tendent of public welfare for Ma
con county, read a very interesting
paper about juvenile delinquency,
using as an illustration the delin
quency in Ohio, and of her own
observation of delinquency in Ma
con county since 'being welfare of
Harley R. Cabe, clerk of superior
court and juvenile judge for Ma
con county, told of his experience
as judge and how, to his personal
knowledge, youths, who had started
early in life toward a criminal ca
reer had turned and made upright
and conscientious citizens.
The rooms having the largest
number of representatives present,
won a prize of 50 cents each, with
the prizes going to Mrs. Helen
Macon, high school teacher, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Guffey, elementary
IT'S TIME TO ORDER THAT TAILORED-TO-MEASURE
SUM FOR EA5TER
Hundreds ,of Pat tern and Styles to Select From
PRICED $15.95 TO" $35.95 PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
Soott Griffin Hotel Franklin, N. C.
ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI, NOODLES OR
FANCY BLUE ROSE
EIGHT O'CLOCK MILD AND MELLOW
A&P SOFT TWIST
N. B. C.
Mil ' 1-
WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED
Loaf g (g
ib. Pkg. 22e
JEUEL 8 ib. ctn. S3
GREEN BEANS, 2 lbs 15c
TOMATOES, 2 lbs. 15c
STRAWBERRIES, pt. 10c
CARROTS, 2 bunches . ... .. 13c
ORANGES, doz. ........ ......... .... 15c
CELERY, 2 for .,....;...;.;...15c;
And variety of fresh vegetables
'Spinach, Turnip Greens, Radishes,
Peas, Asparagus, Cauliflower, and
Families On Relief
RALEIGH, March 23. The num
ber of families and persons in
North Carolina receiving free food
stuffs and other supplies from the
surplus commodity division of the
state board of charities and public
welfare showed increases of con
siderable proportions during Febru
ary, according to a report made
public by A. E. Langston, director
of the division.
Langston's ; announcement said
that as of March 1 there were 27,
474 families comprising 120,664 per
sons certified to fee given surplus
Commodities, This compares with
25,305 families of 110,383 persons as
of February 1.
Buncombe county again led with
1,486 families of 7,433 persons re
ceiving relief' supplies. Wake was
second with 1,407 families and 4,
654 persons, and New Hanover was
third with 1,012 families and 4,227
Burke county maintained its rec
ord during February by not certi
fying a single person or family to
receive surplus commodities.
Commenting on the increase in
recipients of relief supplies, Langs
tan said :
"In my opinion, -the increases are
due to unemployment gains because
of curtailment in various businesses
and industries of the state.. hrrvrr'
about by the recession of the last
few months. Wejook for the case
load to start declining during t the
latter part of April and the first
part of May, with seasonal em
ployment in agriculture responsible
for the decrease. If conditions re
main normal, the trend should be
downward from that time through
out the year."
By MRS. F. E. MASHBURN
W. A. Keener Is at home from
Miss Annie Lee Mashburn, who
has been at Cullowhee for some
time,, has been visiting her parents
for a few days.
Bert Tilson is on the sick list.
Clyde Moses has gone to South
The birthday dinner at W. A.
Keener's for "Aunt Ann" Jones
was a happy affair. In spite of the
inclement; weather, about 70 rela
tives and friends gathered around
the festive board. She received sev
eral dollars in money besides other
Mrs. Lillian Schumacher, of, Ven
tura, Calif., is spending several
months , here with her sister, Mrs.
Joseph Ashear and Mr. Ashear, at
their home on Palmer street. Mrs;
Schumacker, will be remembered
as the former Miss Lillian Henry,
of Macon county. . .
FOR SALE Furniture, . cook
range, 30 gal. water tank, 75 feet
of piping. Franklin Terrace,
ltp M24 , . . .' -
FOR SALE Two lots in Elmer
Johnston addition, East Franklin,
50x150, on concrete highway.
MRS, INDA PENNINGTON.
WANTED About 10 head of
calves around six months old. Beef
type. Will pay cash. See Mrs.
Mashburn at Ashear's Store.
FOR SALE All kinds of high
grade garden,' grass and" clover
seeds. See .us for your supply.
Talley & Bumette, Highlands,' N. C
6tc M10 A14
FOR SALE Linoleum Rugs, 6x9,
$2.98; 7x9, $3.50; 9x10, $3.95;
9x12, $4.95; 9x15, $5.95.
1 : .
FOR SALE 500 bales choice
herds grass, corn, peavine, soy bean
and millet hay at from 40c to 75c
per bale. vAda McCoy, Franklin.
FOR SALE Ever-bearing red
raspberry plants 25 for 50c;
50 for 80c; 100 for $1.15; 500 for
$5.00; 1,000 for $9.50. Will be on
sale this month at Farmers Federa
tion, or A. L. McLean, West's Mill.
We, just must tell you of many
things we have in seds and plants.
In grass seeds we have the clover,
lespedeza, herds grass, blue grass,
orchard grass, ' timothy and lawn
grass. We . have a very complete
line of bulk garden seeds. Five
kinds of sweet 'corn, 7 kinds of
field corn and the famous hybrid
corn 15 kinds of beans tor, the
garden and field; onion sets, onion
plants, cabbage plants and will have
other plants later. We have many
pounds of cabbage seed for the
truck gardens such as Penn State,
Ferry's Hollander, Danish ball head
and others. Small packages ferti
lizer for the garden and yard and
a fine line of flower seeds. We buy
eggs. C. T. BLAINE.
M17 2tc M24
"HOME OF GOOD COFFEE"
Just Off the Square on Iotla Street
GROUND FRESH WHILE YOU WAIT "
PURE COFFEE, lb. ........ ... 10c
CERTIFIED PURE, IN TIN BOX
ASPIRIN, 12 tablets 5c
COLD LABEL, 12-OZ. CANS
BAKING POWDER, 3 for ...... 25c
MACARONI, pack .;.. ... 5c
LARD, 8-Ib. carton 80c
SUGAR, 10 lbs. 50c
FLOUR, 24 lbs. .. .. .. . 65c
POST TOASTIES, box 7'c
SHREDDED WHEA 2 for 25c
Cheese lb. 19c
Fancy Blue Rose
7 lbs. 25c
8 -Lb. Carton
lb. 1 7c
n. b. a
Ritz 1-lb. box 22c
Macaroni or -
Spaghetti, pkg. 5c
, i i JL
4 rolls 1 9c
Milk 3 small cans JQc
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Watches and Jewlery
TO APRIL FIRST
M17 2tc 24 ' :
LETTUCE, Large Heads, 2 for 15C
JSMtP1is' Fypu, 4 ibs. 25c
CELERY, Larg Stalks, 2 for ' 15C
GREEN BEANS, 2 lbs.