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THE FRANKLIN PresJ AND ti!E HIChlandS MaconiaN
Mrs. D, W, Nichols, Sr of
Florence, Ala., is spending several
days with her son, D. W. Nichols,
Jr., and Mrs. Nichols. .
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan and X
son, Neville, Jr., and Billy Sloan,
of Atlanta, spent the week-end in
Franklin , visiting relatives and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY. PHONE 104
Pies Have the "Ayes"!
BY BEULAH V. QILLASPIE
Olrectoi, 8ealtest Laborttory Kitchen
THURSDAY, SEPT, 8,
HENRY-DUVAL I M. Rimmer, Mrs. B. W. Woodruff
Mr. R. K Henry, of Frankiiiv Mrs. Pearl . Wright," Mrs. H. E
0 announces, the marriage of his Church, Mrs. Frank Higdon, Mrs.
uaug'nier, Miss lna Henry, to Mr. Frank Bloxham, Mrs. John Archer,
Ernest ' Uuval, of Waynesville, in Mrs. James L. Averill and Mrs.
Blairsvilie. Ga..' with Mr. C. C. Lester b. Lonley. '.-.-;
Hughes- otficiating. 'ihe ring, cere- At the conclusion of the meeting,
tnnnv was used. the hostess served - a delicious
Tne bndeis the daughter of R. sweet course. - .
F. Henry and the late Mrs. Henry. ., v " - ' '
She is a graduate of the Franklin U. D. C. TO MEET
high school and of Western Caro- SEPTEMBER 19
Una Teachers' college at Cullowhee. The Macon County Chapter of
Mrs. Duval is at-present a teacher the United Daughters of Confeder
' in the' .public "schools of Macon acy will meet on Monday, Septemb-
county, where she has taught for er 19, at the home of Mrs. Carl
' the past eight years. S. Slagle, president, instead of go
Mr. Duval is- the son of Mr. J. ing to Arrowood Glade for a picnic
B. Duval and the late Mrs. Duval, on Monday, September 12, as has
of Canton and is in business in been previously announced- All
Waynesville. : . 1 members are requested to attend
: the meeting. '
GARDEN CLUB MEETS 7 .
WITH MRS. A. L. McLEAN W. M. U. TO MEET
;. ;ihe Franklin Garden club met. WITH MRS. ROBERT RAMSEY
on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock The Woman's Missionary Union
with Mrs. A. L. McLean, at "Knoll- cf the Franklin Baptist church will
acres" at West's Mill, for the regu- meet on Thursday afternoon, Sep-
lar monthly business , and social tember 15( at 3 o'clock, at the
meeting, with 1U members present. home o Mrs Ramsey, on
The president, Mrs. R. M. Rim- .Tdlico, for the regular monthly
mer, presided over the business ses- business and' social meeting.
".'. sion and after the reports from iembers of both circles are ask
the different committees and the e(j to meej at tne church; at 2
secretary's report were made, the 0'ciock before leaving for Mrs.
meeting was turned over to Mrs. RamseyVAll members are request
Ben W. Woodruff, chairman of the ed to attend. v
. poogram committee. .
Mrs. James L. Averill read an LUNCHEON GIVEN BY
article on. the "House . Plants. Re- MRS. PAUL H. GERRARD
turn to Winter Quarters," which MrsVPaul H. Gerrard entertain
was very interesting as well as in- ed w;tb a luncheon at her home
structive. Mrs. Frank Bloxham sang on Harrison avenue Saturday, with
two beautiful solos, Without a the evening being spent in playing
bong" and A JPertect uay ac- Gypsy bridge, with three tables in
t cpmpanied by Mrs. B. W; Wood- piay.
-rdff at the piano; which was en- Tne rooms where the guests as-
- joyed very much. sembled for playing were attrac
Naming the flower contest was t jvely arranged with bowls of sum
won by Mrs. H. E. Church, who mer flowers.
was presented a gorgeous bouquet Those eniovine the hosoitality of
of dahlias grown by Mrs. Frank Mrs Gerrard" 'were: Vt Mrs. "H. "E:
v.v.::::v0V.'.:lCrJ..lfc..,.X.::,ft. .: ;.: .. . .
i Courtesy Sealtest Laboratory Kitchen
Rtfb. C. F. Roger, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching service.
7 p. m. B. T. U.
8 p. m. Preaching service.
Wednesday, 8 p.m. Prayer service
St. Agnes Episcopal Church
8 :(X) p. m. Evening prayer and
DURING these fresh fruit months,
we can't talk of pies too much!
For, a fresh peach or berry pie just
sweeps along all guests, family
members or casual visitors. If you
don't know what a luscious "extra"
tang sour cream adds to a fruit pie,
you've missed the modern Idea of
heavenly food. Here's an open-faced
peach pie that will do honor to the
finest of meals!
PEACH SOUR CREAM PIE
1 cup zwieback cup butter
, crumbs cup sugar
2 eggs 1 cup 'thick
Few grains salt sour cream
2 cups sliced fresh peaches
Mix the zwieback crumbs,, melted
butter and cup of the sugar and
press on the sides and bottom of a
pie pan. Beat the eggs slightly, add
the sour cream, salt and the remain
ing cup of sugar and mix well.
Add the peaches and pour into the
pie shell. Bake in a moderate oven
(325 F.) for about 1 hour or until
the custard is set. Serve warm or
Those attending were: Mrs.. R.
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
NIGHT SHOW 7:30
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
"LAWS OF THE
A Gripping Gangster Drama
CHESTER MORRIS, ANNE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
"GOLD MINE IN
Starring: GENE AUTRY
Altio: Last Chapter, of
.ed by the hostesses.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
JOHN LITEL, BONITA GRAN
VILLE, DICK MOORE, ANITA
OLIVER HARDY In
CHILDREN'S PARTY GIVEN
BY MRS. NICHOLS
Mrs. Douelas W. Nichols. " Jr;,
entertained with a party Friday
honoring her son, Douglas, on his
fourth birthday anniversary, which
was Sunday. September 4.
mi . : . 1
ine evening was spent in piay-
ing many outdoor games, ana
Douglas was the recipient of many
toys and gifts.
Those attending the party were:
Patty Lou Phillips, Martha Ann
"RI.nr.lf .HE ADS"
Wirit: PATRICIA ELLIS. BILLY Sf". MHfr. Nanqr Jane
GILBERT. MINNA GOMBELL, .
Tysinger, Allen Cartkdge, Pat Pat-
tillo, Robert Fmley. Dannie Angel,
Barney Archer, Billy Waldroop,
Kermit DeHart, Max Henderson,
Billy Zickgraf and Howard Hors
The girls were given- dolls and
the boys little cars as souvenirs in
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Witih: GEORGE BRENT,
WED.-THUR.; SEPTEMBER 14-15 1 rememberance of the party.
ROBERT TAXJLUK, tUWARU
ARNOLD, MAUREEN O'JSULLI
VAN, FRANK MORGAN, WIL
L1AM GARGAN, LIONEL
"THE CROWD ROARS"
If yoi want our weekly program
mailed to you, please leave name
at Box Office.
At the conclusion of the playing
Mrs. Nichols served ice cream and
Miss Mary Slagle, who is doing
social service work in Winston
Salem, accompanied by Mrs. Mar
tha Dorce, also of Winston-Salem,
spent' the week-end with Miss
Slagle's parents, ' Mr. and Mrs Carl
S. Slagle,-at, their home on Frank
lin Route 1,
jvirs. i-ewis Mieike ana son
Charles, of Newberry, S. .C, are
spending several days with Mrs
Mielke's mother, Mrs. M. F. Jones,
at her home on Bonny Crest.
Frank Alexander, who is work
ing in Charlotte, is visiting his wife
and daughter, at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John M. Moore on. White
Mrs. Walter Bass .and son, H. C.
Cunningham, of Durham, and Mr,
and Mrs. James Cunningham and
daughter eitysjiutlvf -Winstoo-
Salem, spent the week-end jhere
with their aunt and sister-in-law,
Airs. W. T. Moore and Mr. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cornwell, of
Benton, Ky., are .spending a few
days in Franklin with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Leach and Mr
Leach. They were accompanied by
Frank Leach, Jr., who had been in
Benton for a visit with his grand
Dover Fouts, of Burnsville, spent
the first of the week with his
father, Dr. J. Hi Fouts and Mrs.
Fouts, at their home on lotla street.
, James E. Penn, who spent the
past two weeks in Franklin visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C
Penn, at their home on West Main
street, left Monday for Troy, N.
Y., where he is a student at Rens
selaer Polytechnic Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Reid lCabe and
three children,- Barbara, Tommy
and Alice, of Accokeek, Md., are
spending this week with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F; Callahan
Church, Mrs. John Archer, Mrs.
Richard Hertzler, Mrs. Richard b.
Jones, Mrs. Truman Moody, Mrs.
Emory Hunnicutt, Mrs. L. n. Lal-
loway, Mrs. Harley Dunbar, Mrs.
John Wasilik and MrSw D. W.
FOR MRS. LEWIS RAMEY
Mrs. Blanche Parrish, Miss Net
tie Hurst and Misses Lola and
Jessie Ramsey honored Mrs. Lewis
Ramey. of Champaign, 111, the for
mer Miss Ezella Hurst, of Frank
jin, with a miscellaneous shower on
Saturday, afternoon at Wood
Hurst Farm," the home of Miss
The living room and dining room,
which were thrown ensuite,- were
beautifully decorated in quantities
of summer flowers.
A number of friends called dur
ing the afternoon leaving dainty
packages of useful and attractive
cifts for the tionoree.
Delicious refreshments were serv-J in franklin, and Mr. and Mrs u
A. Cabe on Franklin Route 2.
Mrs. G. L. Livingston and Mrs.
C. C. Livingston, who have been
visiting the former's daughter, Mrs.
O. C. Oorbin and Mr. Corbin at
their home at Gneiss, have return
ed to their home at Boomer. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sanders
have returned to their home at
Rocky Mount, after spending the
week-end with Mrs. Sanders' sister,
Mrs. Zeb W. Conley and Mr. Con
ley. On their return they were
accompanied by their .daughter,
Joyce, who spent the1 past month
with her aunt, Mrs. Conley.
Mrs. Roy Robinson and three
children have returned to their
home at Hazelwood, after a visit
here with Mrs. Robinson's mother,
Mrs. C. A. Setser and Mr. Setser,
and sister, Mrs. Derald Ashe and
Mrs., Henry Jacobs and son, who
have1 been visiting Mrs. Jacobs'
mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Jacobs
at her home in East Franklin, re
turned to their home in Detroit,
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Johns
ton and son, Murray, of Decatur,
Ga spent the week-end with Mn
Johnston's mother, Mrs. T. J. Johns
ton, at her home on Harrison ave
nue. On their return Monday they
were accompanied by Mrs S. II.
Lyle, Jr., who spent the first of
the week in Decatur, the guest of
Mr, and Mn. Johnston.
Mrs. Ralph Bryson and young
daughter and Mrs. Mary Reno and
children, of Detroit, Mich, came
in last week for a visit" with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
Morgan and Robert Sheffield, at
their homes at West's Mill. .
Mrs. A. Y. Crawley, who spent
the past three weeks with her
grandmother, Mrs. S. H. Lyle, Sr.,
at her home on Harrison avenue,
returned to her home in Griffin,
Billy Blaine and Alex Moore, Jr.,
left Monday for Mars Hill",'" where
they will enter Mars Hill college
for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs.' Charlie Bradley
and children have moved from, their
'home at West's Mill to the Porter
Mus recently purchased by Mr.
Rev. J. A. Flanagan, Pastor
Franklin (Each Sunday) .
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship services.
Morrison (Each Sunday)
2:J0 p. m. Sunday school.
(Each 2nd and 4th Sunday)
3:30 p. m. Worship services.
Franklin Methodist Church
The Rev. J. E. Abernethy, Pastor
10 a. to. Sunday school. '
11 a. m. Worship services. . '
7:30 p. m. Worship services.
Rev. J. C. Swaim, Pastor
1st Sunday Union II o'clock a. m. ;
a. m.;. Mulberry, 2 o'clock p. m.;
Hickory Knoll, 2 o'clock p. -nx;
Asbury, 3 o'clock p. m.
2nd Sunday Mt. Zion, 11 o'clock;
Maiden's Chapel, 3 o'clock p. m.
3rd Sunday Asbury, 11 o'clock
Dryman's Chapel. 3 o'clock p. m.;
Union, 7 :30 o'clock p. m.
4th Sunday Patton's 11 o'clock
a. m.'; Maiden's Chapel, 2 o'clock
p. m. ; Mt. Zion, 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Sunday Sept. 11th In American
Legion Hall, Main street, as an
nounced by Rev. Cletus J. Helfrich,
pastor in charge of St. John's Cath
olic church, Wayn.esville :
8:00 .a. m. Confessions, commun
ion and mass. Sermon text: "He
hath loved all thingn that are ; and
He hateth none of the things He
hath made," (Wis. 11:6.)
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