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the franklin PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
TM!TPr.AV II IMF fa t
(Continued from Pag Three)
Mrs. W. R Curtis left Saturday
for High Point to attend the wed
ding of her niece, Miss Adelaide
Lrowell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
George H. Crowell Mrs. Crowell
was the former Miss Bess Gaston,
Dr. ldgar Angel, who has been
ill tor the past three weeks, is able
to be out again.
George W. Steppe, of Aquone,
was among the business visitors
Mrs. T. M. Plonk, and three
children, of Macon, Ga., came up
Wednesday to attend the wedding
of her sister, Miss Virginia Mc
Guire, whose wedding to Eugene
C. Bullock, of Hamlet, will be a
social event of Saturday, June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger 9 Dalton, of
Gastpnia, spent the week-end with
' Mn Dalton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Dalton, at their home at
West's Mill and attended the Gib
son reunion Sunday.
, Mrs. Charles A. Rowland and
young daughter have returned to
their .home in the Orlando apart
ment on Harrison avenue, after
spending several days in Athens,
oa., visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Nancy Cardon, who has
betin confined to her bed for sev
eral days at her home at Leather
mat., suffering from influenza, was
reported Monday . to foe somewhat
Miss Mercer Blain, who has been
spending a week in Franklin, the
guest of Miss Grace Conley at. her
home on Harrison .avenue, left
Tuesday morning for her home in
.Branson, Mo. ..
Mrs. John W. Hooner. of Cleve
land, Tenn., arrived here Sunday
to attend the wedding of her twin
sister, Miss Virginia McGuire, and
lor a visit with her mother, Mrs
YV, B. McGuire.
Miss Grace Conley left Tuesday
morning for Myrtle Beach, S. C,
and Pauley s Island, to attend an
Omega Beta Gamma house party.
After spending several days there,
Miss Conley will go to Hartwell,
S. C, for "-a week's visit with
Mrs. Pearl Hunter spent several
days of last week in Chapel Hill
attending the graduation of her
son, Charles Marcus, from the Uni
versity of North Carolina. Ida Lee
Hunter, who has a government po
sition in the Navy department in
Washington, D. C, also attended
the-graduation exercises, and ac
companied her mother and brother
home where she spent the remain
ing; days of her vacation with her
family and relatives. Miss Hunter
returned to Washington Monday.
Mrs. R. G. Beshears and daugh
ter Leida, Mrs. E. W. Long, Mrs.
Pearl Hunter and daughter, Ida
Lee, spent the xlay in Asheville last
Mrs. James M. Freeman, of La
vonia, Ga., is spending several days
in Franklin with her sister, Mrs.
Mary Siler Higdon, and her aunt,
Miss Lily Rankin, at her home on
Riverview street. She is also visit
ing Miss Amy Harrison at her
home on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Frank Holbrooks returned
to her home at Candler Monday,
after spending a week visiting-her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Dalton, at their home at West's
Mrs. H. E. Church, assiistant
grand marshal. Miss Elizabeth
Slagle, grand Adah, of the Nequas
sa Chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star; Mrs. W. A. Rogers
Mrs. W. T. Moore. Mrs. C. C
Cunningham, Miss Lassie Kelly and
Harley R. ,Cabe are spending this
week in Elizabeth City attending
the Grand Chapter of the Eastern
Mrs. William B. Holden, of Chi
cago, III., is spending a few days
wito her mother, Mrs. C. H. Mc
Clure, .at her home on Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Justus, of
Washington, D. C, are here for a
visit with Mrs. Justus' mother and
sister, Mrs. L. b. Penland and Mrs.
J. C Barrington.
F B. Smith and daughter, Miss
Virginia Smith, of Charlotte, are
spending several weeks with their
son and brother, Walton R. Smith
and Mrs. Smith at their home
"Waldee" near Leatherman.
Mrs." Pearl Hunter has returned
to her home at Prentiss after at
tending the graduation exercises of
her son, Charles Hunter, at State
college in Raleigh last week. Miss
Ida Lee Hunter, of Washington.
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D. C, was also present ' for the
Mrs. Fred McGaha and son, R.
L and Roy Cantrell, of West's
Mill, spent the week-end in Rob
binsville with Mrs. McGaha's
daughter, Mrs. Chace Tatham and
Miss Laura Dalrymple, who spent
the past week visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Dalrvmule
at their home on Cartoogechaye,
returned to her home in Kaleich
Mrs. Fred S. Tohnston. returned
to her home here last week, after
spending several months in Tampa,
Fla., with her daughter, Mrs. W.
C. Jones and Mr. Jones, and her
two sons, Jack and F. S. Johnston.
Mrs. Paul H. Gerrard is snendinur
several days in Atlanta, visiting
Mrs. A. B. Slaele attended the
graduation exercises of her daugh
ter. Miss Vireinia Slatrle. at BeTea
college, in Berea, Ky., , last week.
Un her return she was accompanied
by Miss Slagle. who will spend the
Mrs. H. Meneele returned to her
home here last week from Gerrard-
ville, Pa., where she had been call
ed on account of the sickness and
death of her mother. On her re
turn she was accompanied by her
sister. Miss Hilda Mervin. who
will spend some time here visiting.
Mrs. John Archer and two chil
dren returned to their home here
Friday, from Knoxville, ' Tenn.,
where they spent a couple. of weeks
visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Louise Edwards, who is
working in Asheville, came over
Saturday for a visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Edwards,
at their home on Franklin Route 3.
Miss Dorothy Stewart snent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Stewart, at their home
on Riverview street, returning to
her home in Atlanta Saturday.
Miss Rose Roerers. of Tallahassee
Fla., is here for a visit with her
aunt. Mrs. Gus Leach and Mr
Leach, at their home on West
Mrs. D. S. Richardson and daueli
ter. Miss Vivian Richardson, of
Rutherford College, are spending
several days visiting their daugh
ters and sisters, Mrs. Cecil L. Pen
dergrass, at her home on White
Oak street, and Mrs. Henry W.
Cabe, at her home on Riverview
Mrs. Rov Mize. of Clavton. Ga..
was visiting relatives and friends
here 1 uesday. .
Mrs. C. C. Poindexter and two
sons, of Canton, were visiting Mrs.
Poindexter s mother. Mrs H. P.
Ray, at her home on Iotla last
Miss Evelyn Poliakoff returned to
her home here Tuesday night from
Anderson. S. C. where she scent a
few days visiting relatives
Soviet's Armed Might Parades in Moscow
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Bed square ta Moscow w,, tiled will. lank. I. Impr.l. dem.oslr.llo- .1 the .rmed power .1 lu.
0. S. S. R. durlnc the recent celebration o( the lnterntlonl prolel.rl.n holiday In Moscow.
Gandhi Visits Northwest Frontier '
Mr. and Mrs. Prileau- Shooe an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Betty Marie, at their home in the
Franklin township, on Sunday, June
A son, James Lloyd, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Hyatt, at their
home on Franklin Route 4, on Sat
urday, June 11.
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taia ?ia ?nJ? 7h0 W" !ven n enthus,a"c reception by thousands of people during a recent visit
to the Northwest Frontier Province of India, i. shown addressing students of King Edward's college at Pelh"
war India. On Gandhi's left Is Eev. A. M. Dalaya, principal of the college, and on his rigM U Khan AMJ
Ghaffar Khan, who is known as the "Frontier Gandhi." '
Eternal Light Peace Memorial for Gettysburg
!CCC On Back.
The Civilian Conservation Coris
has been heralded throughout the
United Mates for its accomplish
ments, but when you find the CCC
anniversary emblazoned on the shell
of a terrapin that can be called a
cooperative memorial direct fr6m
the hands of mother nature.
Lester S. Conlev. of Franklin.
while on his way to work recently.
noted a colorful object moving
slowly across a concrete walk in
front of him. Uoon reaching it he
found it to be a small terrapin
with Dnght tan markings on a
green background. Closer examina
tion indicated the markings werp
natural and not man made. In the
center of the shell were the fig
ures 33. the vear the CCC We
established, while on, either side
along the edee of the . shell were
the distinctive initials, CCC.
Mr. Conley kept the terrapin in
his barber shoo for several Have
explaining his interoretatinna nf tii
markings on the terrapin's back.
The tan markings represent the
khaki clad CCC boys and the green
background their conservation
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in the forests, he said, ,
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famous Civil war battle. A joint reunion of the Blue and wSStSSS?
struggle will be keld for the first tiihe in history In commemoration oTi. baUle. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watki ns re.
turned to their home in Albany,
Ga,, last Friday, after stiendincr a
couple of " weeks here with TUVc
Watkins' sister, Mrs. H. O. Cozad
and father, J. A. Conley.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to extend mv eimx.ra
thanks to all of my good friends
who supported me in the primary
on June 4, and desire to assure
you that I will look after the in
terests of the county during the
next two years as I have in the
C L. BLAINE
adv. ltp '
B. M. Ancel Is at home frnm
Angel hoipitil and U improving 1 much rain.
dowly. Will Higdon, of Higdonville,
irtsited Mr. Angel Monday, and
David Moses was '4 caller Sunday.
David Moses ,and daughter,
Mayme. have moved hr, 17m
jay from Cullowhee where they have
ucen ior more man u year. David's
ncaun nas improved to some ex-
r I he farmers- are lerv
mg to get crops in Ishape after so