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THE FRANKLIN . PRES$ AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, JULY H, 1933
Pacific Coast Stars Sweep Track Met
MRS. E. A. BURT, JR., POSTOFFICE BOX 20
Sunday, July 24
Highlands Presbyterian Church
10 a. in. Sunday school.,
11 a. in. Morning worship.
7 p. in. Christian. Endeavor
8 p. in Christian Endeavor
(1 eliowship group).
Highlands Methodist Circuit 1
10 a. in. Sunday school.
11 a. in. Church.
8 p. in. Church. ,
3 p. m. Church. (.
Highlands Baptist CKurch
1(3 a. in. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Church.
7:30 p. in.' B. Y. P. U.
Church of the Incarnation
10 a. in. Cliurcli school.
11 a. in. Morning prayer and
LIONS CLUB HOLDS
MEETING AT HIGH HAMPTON
1 The Lions club met at High
Hampton Monday, July 11. There
were 39 members present. The ad
dress was given by the Hon. Carl
W. Green, the deputy district gov
ernor of Lions International, and
he also installed the new officers.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
MEETS WITH. MRS. SUMMER
The Allegro Junior . Music club
"met with Mrs. O. F. Summer, Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
composer studied was Franz Sliu
bert. Mrs. Summer played Shub
ert's Serenade. The next composer
to ba studied is Mozart. The club
meetings will be continued through
i!ecause of rains the picnic sup
per of the club was held indoors,
and r there was no disappointment
to any member, for those who were
there were delightfully entertained
by games, followed by the "spread."
The next meeting will be at the
home of Virginia Mae Edwards in
B. Y. P. U. ACTIVITIES
The program began with our
theme song, "Loyalty to Christ." An
interesting Bible lesson- was given
by Mr, Benfield. The regular pro
gram was given by the group cap
tain, Paul Waldon. The subject,
"What Christ Taught About Faith."
The following took part on the
HOME OF FINE FOODS
Ve Appreciate Your Patronage
A. G. CAGLE, Prop.
DR. R. D. WEST, Vet.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
When you get real sad,
And have a cold
We'll make vou triad.
With a heel and sole.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP
Bhc 212 Troy F. Horn
Franklin Lodge, No. 452
In Americal Legion Hall
-Every Friday Night
8:00 O'CIock .
Billy Bryson, Secretary
program: Morice Cleveland, Sarah
VValdon, Carlton Cleveland and
Pearl Potts. .
An intermediate union was organ
ized by M rs. ' O. F. .Summer and
Mrs. Thad Smith. The .meeting was
closed by singing the theme song.
The preaching service was conduct
ed Jty Rev. George Seay..
CAR RUNS AWAY,
HITS DRUG STORE
. A car rolled down the hill from
the Highlands Drug store and took
the door from the Corner Drug
store, also hitting a car and truck
that were parked in the middle of
the street. It was supposed that the
driver failed to set his brakes when
leaving the car.
55 YEARS AGO
What happened in Highlands 55
wears ago this week, from the
Blue Ridge Enterprise, luly 19,
Highlands Cavalry, The enrolled
members of the Highlands Military
company met at the school house
on Fourth street last Thursday at
4 p. m. for the purpose of organiz
ing. The meeting was called to order
by ' Postmaster T. Baxter White.
Mr. White was elected temporary
chairman, and Dr. G. F. Wheeler,
secretary. It was voted by a large
majority to make the company cav
alry, and name the samo the
The following officers were elect
ed by ballot : Captain, A. F. Clarke ;
First Lieutenant, George A. Jacobs;
Second Lieutenant, W. B. Dobson.
It is the determination of the of
ficers and. men to make this one
of the best companies in the state.
NEW CHURCH TO
A new church is about to be
erected in Highlands on Main
street near the hotel, by the Pres
The first wagon passed over the
new road to Whiteside mountain
Football at present is all the
rage in Highlands. .
. James Kideout is having a cellar
dug under his, store.
Henry Skinner is building a new
store on Main street.
Blackberries are selling from 10
to 20 cents a gallon.
Rev: Dr. Miller, of Charlotte,
preached at the school house last
Sunday, - '
Last Sunday was the hottest day
we have in Highlands this summer.
The mercury stood at 86.
S. Water, of New Orleans, La
who has been stopping at Highlands
for some time past, left for Cash
iers Valley last Friday.
By MRS. F. E. MASHBURN
Mr, and Mrs. Horace Hurst and
daughter,- Kate, of Franklin, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Pearl Keener.
Josh Rogers, of Highlands, spent
the week-end with Bert Tilso'rs
The Misses Mildred and Nina
Mashburn, of Ellijay, were visiting
the Misses Annie Lee and Lucy
Mashburn this week-end.
Mrs. Fred Pruitt, of. Erastus, is
making her home with her father,
Miss Elmira Berry ran into. a
barbed wire fence and. cut her left
eyelid so badly that a number of
stitches had to be taken.
Oliver Moses, of Ellijay, was vis
iting his grandfather, Z. J. Peek,
Sunday. Mr. Peek is in poor health.
Preaching services were conduct
ed Sunday afternoon at the home
of Bert Tilson by the Rev. Tom
Tilson. Mrs. Amanda Gibson, 93,
was the oldest person present. Two
other aged listeners were Aunt
Lizzie Rogers, , 81, and Mrs. J.
By Hazel ammons
Miss Lettie Peek was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ammons Sun
day. Richard Ammons, of Cullowhee,
was visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Minnie Stiwinter and son, Lloyd,
of Gneiss, attended the Ellijay Sun
day school Sunday.
Miss Marie Houston, Emory
Track and ield stars from the Pacific coast overwhelmed athletes from the Midwest conference at an
interconference meet in Dyche stadium, Northwestern university, in Evanston, 111. Photograph shows Arnold
Nutting of the University of Southern California winning the 100 yard dash, with : Mickey Andersen, , left, , ol
Southern California taking second place. The time was 09.7, for a new meet record.
A grdup of cadets or the new first class at the United State Military academy Inspecting, one of. th
new Douglas bombers at Mitchell field, N. Y., where the class spent a week studying aviation method, M
part of their regular summer training.
tashburn and Kell Houston, of
Pine Grove, attended prayer Meet
ing on Ellijay Sunday.
Singing Convention At
Ridgecrest July 24
The fourth Simday all jday sing
ing convention of the Southern Di
vision of Macon county will meet
with Ridgecrest Baptist church Sun
day, July 24, according to Sanford
Smith, president. AH choirs, sopra-1
nos, duets, quartets, and those in
terested iri gospel singing are re
quested to attend.
Services At Louisa
And Gillespie Chapels
Special services, will be conducted
at Louisa and Gillespie Chapels on
Sunday, July 31, as follows: Gilles
pie Chapel at 11 a. m. ; Louisa
Chapel, 8 p. m. An offering for
missions will be taken at each ser
vice. Diseases Are Threat
To Flower Gardeners
Plant ("iseases are a constant
threat to home and commercial
flower gardeners, but most of them
can be avoided or controlled, said
Dr. Luther Shaw, extension plant
pathologist at State college.
In roses, for example, the most
common diseases are black spot,
powdery mildew, brown canker,
stem canker, cane blight, anthrac
nose, and cane gall. To raise disease-free
roses, gardeners need to
observe systematic disease control
One of the first steps is to get
good foundation stock-. Before pur
chasing plants or cuttings, examine
the canes' to see whether they are
infected with any of the common
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canker diseases. Also look for signs
of .other disease, and buy only
from reliable aersons.
Once canker has broken out in a
rose plant, it cannot be cured. The
diseased stems can be pruned off
the plant, but this does not always
give satisfactory control. The leaf
diseases such as black spot can
often be controlled by spraying with
a ,4-4-50 Bordeaux mixture or dust
ing with sulphur.
A new copper fungicide known
as cuprocide 54 has been placed on
the market for controlling leaf spot
diseases of roses.- This material is
inexpensive and convenient to use.
It is difficult tb outline a spray
ing schedule for roses, as weather
conditions each year must be taken
into consideration. The aim is to
keep the foliage coated with fungi
cide, and during rainy seasons more
frequent applications are necessary.
Further information about dis
eases in other flowers and methods
for controlling them may be ob
tained from Dr. Luther Shaw ,at ,
State college, Raleigh.
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