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THURSDAY, JULY 2 list
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AK
MRS. E. A. BURT, JR.,
Sunday, July 31
Highlands Presbyterian Church
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
8 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
Highland Methodist Church
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Church.
8 p. m. Church.
HigUaiwk Baptist Church
IX) a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Church. '
7:30-p. m.-B. Y. P. U.
8:15 p. m. Church.
Church of the Incarnation
10 a. m. Churcli school.
4 p. m. Sermon.
MRS. CROSBY CELEBRATES
97th BIRTHDAY JULY 20
Mrs. Martha Webster Crosby, of
San Mateo, Fla., received many
congratulations on her 97th birth
day July 20. Mrs. Crosby has been
coming to Highlands for over 40
MISS GILLDER GIVES
Miss Sarah Gillder gave a theatre
party Tuesday night to Miss Peggy
Pollhill and Miss Mary Elizabeth
Young and a few of their, friends.
They saw the picture, 'Toy Wife,"
and were treated at the drug store
BUDGET PREPARED AND
TAX RATE FIXED 1
The Highlands tax rate for 1938
has been set at $2.25 per hundred
dollars, and the budget was fixed
ACCIDENT SATURDAY NEAR
BRIDAL VEIL FALLS
A car driven by the children of
K. B. Zohner skidded oii the road
near Bridal Veil Falls late Satur
day afternoon. The children were
not badly hurt, ) but the car , was
B. Y. P. U. ACTIVITIES'
The program, was opened by the
singing of "The Great Physician."
The prayer was led by Mr. Ben
field. The intermediate union then
assembled in another room for their
program. The Senior Bible quiz
leader then took charge and asked
a lot of interesting questions about
Paul Waldon gave the introduc
tion to the lesson and the follow
ing members took part on .the pro
gram: Sarah Waldon, Mr. Ben
field, Paul Waldon, Doris Potts, and
The parts were then given out
for next Sunday night and the
program was closed by the sing
ing of "Take My Life And Let It
Be." The rest of the time was
turned over 'to Mr. Benfield for
Guests at Tricemont Terrace are
as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Crowson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beal
and' Mr. and Mr.s. F. T. Dial, of
Columbia, S. C; Mrs. Harvey
Bowen, of Atlanta; Dr. and Mrs.
G. L. Webb, of St. Augustine,' Fla.;
Mrs. Nettie Bouden, of Washington,
D. C; J. E. Robinson, of Orlando,
Fla.; Mrs. John Riley and Miss
Ruth Harrington, of Sumter, S, C. ;
Mrs. Herbert Yarborough, Jr., of
Florence, S. C; Mrs. Edward J6nef,
of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Stubbs. of Cedar town, Ga; Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Davis, of Sumter,
S. C; William I. Holt, of Charles
ton, S. C, who is the chairman of
U. S. board of cotton examiners.
Mrs. James M. Breeding, of
Hollywood, Fla., has returned home
after spending a few months here.
Mrs. T. J. Rucker, of Hartwejl,
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Jule Rucker,
of Augusta, Ga., spent a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rucker,
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Evans, of
New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Charles
Jackson, of Columbia, S. G, are
visiting Mrs. H. G. Evans at Tree
Chesire Nash, of Savannah, Ga.,
spent the week-end here.1
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith, . of
Atlanta, arc " visitins Miss Laura
POSTOFFICE BOX 20 ,
Hammond at Apple Tree Cottage.
' Mrs. Nathan BUlstein, of Balti
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more, Md. is spending few weeks
at her summer home here.
Mrs. John Parham, of New York,
is visiting Col. and Mrs. John Se
well. Raymond Kline, of Atlanta, spent
the week-end at Highlands.
Dr. Wheeler and Billy Crosby are
leaving Friday for Cuba.
Franklin Hardware Company
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Dr. Louis Melcher, of Charleston,
S. C, was here a few days recently,
Edgar Rogers, of Jacksonville,
Fla., spent the week-end at High
lands. Mrs. E. R. Oke and Eugene
Bowden, of Washington, D. G, and
James Bowden, of Kearney, N. J.
are guests at Tricemont Terrace.
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as to time or mileage, and to
give satisfactory service under
normal operating conditions.
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that any tire has failed under
the terms of this guarantee,
we will either repair the tire
or make an allowance on the
purchase of a new tire.
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