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tHURSOAV, SEPT, 8, m
THE TRANKUN PIIESJ AND tHE Hi6tlUND3 MXCONIAN
Sunday, September 11
Highland j Methodist Church
Rev. W. F. Beadle, Pastor
10 a. m. Church school. Y
11 a. m. Worship.
3 p. m. Worship.
8 p. m, Worship.
Highlands Presbyterian Churdh
Rev. R. B. DuPree, Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday school. .
11 a. m. Worship
. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor,
t 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor
Highlands Baptist Churdh
Rev. J. G. BenfiekL Pastor
. 10 a. m. Sunday- .school.'. ,
1 1 a. m. Sermon.
7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
No evening service September 11.
Church of the Incarnation
10 a. m. Church school
11 at. m. Holy, communion and
sermon. ' . '
TEA GIVEN BY
A tea given by the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Episcopal church
at ' Faraway, the lovely summer
home of Mrs Duncan Dougall, on
Satulafy mountain, Saturday, Sep
tember 3, was attended iby about 45
guests, who were received by . the
officers of the Auxiliary, Mrs. E.
R. Gilbert, Miss Rebecca Nail, and
Miss Cora Miltimore.
The musical program, under the
direction of Mrs J. M. Hall, was
greatly enjoyed. Piano selections
were given by Mesdames A. C.
Holt, J. M. Hall, O. F. Summer,
R B. DuPree, and Miss Hetzel;
vocal selections by Guy Paul, Jr.,
Miss Betty Nollman, and R. B.
D.uPree. , .
The rooms were artistically deco
rated with dahlias, asters and mari
' golds. Miss Esther Elliott poured
tea at the well appointed table,
which was centered with a bowl of
fall flowers. Other members of the
auxiliary assisted in serving deli
cious sandwiches and several kinds
of cake. Fifty-one dollars was real-
ized. .:' ..
The occasion was a delightful
one, and Mrs. Dougall a most gra
cious hostess. .
LIEUT. AND MRS BENTLEY
VISITING IN HIGHLANDS
Lieutenant W. C. Bentley, of the
U. S. Army Air Corps, Langley
Field, Virginia, and Mrs. Bentley,
are guests of Mrs. F. W. AltstaeU
ter, at Laurel Lodge. , 1
Lieutenant Bentley has just re
turned from a good will flight to
Bogota, Colombia, South America,
made by the Second Bombardment
Group of Langley Field. This flight
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Numerous ordinary, every
day services may be per
formed in perfunctory
manner. But the SPECIAL
needs of a bereaved fam
ily urgently require a high
ly specialized personal
From the moment we are
called , to serve until the
last rite is performed each
detail of the funeral re
ceives our individual con
sideration and supervision.
PHONE I06 NIGHT PHONE 70
1 TTO SERVE AS WE
P . WOULD BE SERVED f
was made iby. the Army. Air corps
to attend the inauguration of Presi
dent Santos, of Colombia. .
The flight was made direct from
Miami, Fla., over the Caribbean to
Bogota in eight hours, being, the
first direct connection by air be
tween the United States and . the
Republic of Colombia. The return
flight was made by way of Panama
APOLLO BOYS' CHOIR
The Birmingham Apollo Boys'
Choir, under the direction of Mr.
Coleman Cooper and assistant di
rector, Mr. Emmerich Eber, with
Mr. Norman "Mehr, accompanist,
sang before a 'delighted audience in
the high school auditorium on Tues
day afternoon of last week. High
lands is fortunate to have had a
visit from this famous choir.
"PAPA" DURGIN OBSERVES
Mr. J. H. Durgin, lovingly known
to his friends, as "Papa . Durgin,"
celebrated his 95th birthday anni
versary,. September 5, at the home
of his daughter, Miss Bernice Dur
gin. Many tokens of esteem were
received from friends who called
during the day to congratulate him
Mr. Durgin fought five years,
1866 to 1871, under General George
A. Custer during the Indian Wars,
winning the nickname, "Reckless
Jack,"' because of his daring and
bravery. Mr. Durgin talks very in
terestingly today of his association
with this great general.
RECITAL GIVEN BY
MUSIC PUPILS - AUGUST 31
Mrs. O. F. Summer and Mrs. R.
B. DuPree presented their piano
pupils in a recital at the high
school auditorium Wednesday, Aug
ust 31. The following pupils, play
ed: Nancy Hanks, Jane Lewis, and
Celeste Van Epp, of Cashiers, . pu
oils of Mrs. DuPree. Pupils of Mrs.
Summer who played were: Marga
ret Neely, Barbara Zoellner, Flor:
ence Waller; Edith Wheeler, Cath
arine Nollman, ' Mozelle Bry'son,
Marie Neely, and Virginia Mae Ed
wards. Each' child showed careful train
ing in technique, and their rendi
tion was perfect, from beginners
to the more advanced pupils. Mrs.
DuPree and Mrs. Summer played
several beautiful duets with their
Catharine Nollmam delighted the
audience with two readings, "An
Old Sweetheart of Mine,' and 'The
House by the' Side of the Road."
These readings .were accompanied
The program as a whole was
PLAY SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15
The Highlands Museum is spon
soring two performances of "Boys
Town," Wednesday and Thursday,
September 14 and 15, at the High
lands Theatre, the proceeds to go
to the building fund.
REVIVAL TO BEGIN
AT HORSE COVE SEPT. 12
A religious revival will be held
at the Horse Cove Methodist
church, from September 12 through
the 18th, evening service only.
These meetmes will be conducted
by the pastor, Rev. W. F. Beadle.
. . .
HIGHLANDS TEAM BREAKS
EVEN WITH FRANKLIN
Highlands played a double-header
with Franklin Sunday and Monday,
losing the game, at Franklin Sun
day by a score of 12 to 2, and de
feating Franklin in , Highlands on
Monday with a ,s,core of 15 to 14.
Highlands has two more games
scheduled with Franklin, the first
to be played at Franklin next Sun
day, September 11, and, they are to
return the game here on the Sun
day " following.
Mr and Mrs. Hugh E. Peek, of
Jacksonville, Fla., were recent guests
of Mi,s.s Cora Miltimore at her
home on the Walhalla ' road.
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Olds have
returned to Sarasota, JFla., after
spending some time in the Board
man cottage. Dr. and Mrs. Olds
were so charmed with Highlands
that they ibought a lot in the Mir
ror Lake section and built a small
cottage while here. They expect
to erect a permanent home next
season. 'K .: .... ."- '.
Serving Sundaes at Home .
BY BCD L AH
I Courteav Realteat Laboratory Kitchen I , v A
4 - - "
WHAT more interesting dessert
could you offer guests than this
"make your own sundae" Idea? So
simple, too. Just a suitable order of
ice cream, heaped up in a large bowl
and'a few assorted sauces, fruits,
nuts, or other delicacies. Everyone
will enjoy this dessert and come
back for more.
Serve ice cream at table from a
large platter or on individual plates.
Pass a tray of assorted trimmings
such as shaved chocolate, sweetened
crushed raspberries, toasted coco
nut and fresh peach sauce and let
the guests choose their own trim
mings. The trimmings may be va
Arthur K. Woodman, of West
Palm Beach, Fla., is occupying his
home, VArrow Head r Lodge," ' in
Webbmont, and has as his ' guest,
his cousin, William E. Eller, of
Callicoona, N. Y. ,Mr. Woodman
owns." quite an acreage in Webb
mont 'He has. completed a three
acre, .lake and has a number of
other plans for increasing the" at
tractiveness of his entate;-
Miss Virginia Mae Edwards has
returned, from a visit to her sister,
Miss Louise Edwards, in Trenton,
N. J., and other relatives, in Prince
torn She visited the Shenandoah
Caverns, crossed the Natural Bridge
in Virginia, and saw many . other
interesting places oil her way up
to New Jersey. Virginia Mae is
very enthusiastic over her visit to
Radio City ( and the Aqharium
while in New York City.
""A. G. Edwards and Arnold Gar
ris have returned from a visit to
Mr. Edwards' plantation near Spar
ta, Ga. Mr. Edwards says he will
have a bumper corn crop, but that
4he boll weevil has done' much
damage to the cotton m that sec
tion. Dr. and Mrs. Earl G, Vance arid
their two attractive young daught
ers, Marthine and Earlihe, have re-'
turned to Tallahassee, ,Fla. Dr.
Vance is a teacher of journalism
in the Florida State College for
Women. For the past two seasons
Mrs. Vance has had charge of
Camp Trillium in Highlands.
Miss Robb White, of Thomas
ville,'Ga., is the guest of her sister,
Miss Rebecca Badgers.
Westervelt Terhune, of New Or
leans, La., has bought the Frank
lin Piigh place on the.Dillard road
and is making extensive improve
Mr. and Mrs; J. C. Blanchard, of
Georgetown, Fla., who have been
occupying an apartment in the home
of Miss Mary J. Crosby, have mov
ed into their new house on Culla
saja Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Blanch
ard have been coming to Highlands
for the past 14 years, and during
this time they have built and sold
a number of very attractive cot
tages. - , ,
Mr. and Mrsi George W. Thomp
Sfn and family, of, Montgomery,
Ala., who spent July and August
in the Nimmons cottage on Hickory
street, have returned to their home.
They expressed themselves as being
ireatly pleased with Highlands and
hope to return next season. "
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton N,. Mell, of
Athens, Ga., were week-end guests
at Hotel Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Burwcll Thornton
have returned to their home in
Clearwater, Fla., after a two weeks'
vacation spfnt at the Thornton
camp, , '
ried according to the time of the
year1. This is an interesting and
novel way of varying ice cream ser
cup sugar . 1 teaspoons
2 cups black
Mix the sugar, flour and salt and
afld with the water to the black
berries. Cook, stirring gently but
constantly until thickened. Add
lemon Juice and butter and cool
slightly. Pour into tart shells. This
makes 6 tarts. Serve with vanilla,
orange-pineapple or peach ice cream.
Air. and Mrs." Wm. B. Riley,' their
daughter, Mrs. John F. Dicks, and
her children, who occupied Mrs. O.
li. Young's cottage on the Walhalla
road during August, have returned
to their home in New Orleans. Mr.
Riley is the founder of the famous
Lusianne Coffee company. Dr. Dicks
is an eminent physician. f
Airs. John Wesley Edwards en
tertained recently with a family
dinner honoring the birthday of
her sister, Airs. W. A, Hays. Din
ner was ' served picmic style under
the shade trees. Those enjoying the
occasion were Air. and Mrs. John
Wesley Edwards and children, Ben
and Dale; Air. and-Mrs. 'W. A.
Hays and children, Patsy, Audrey
and Anne; Herbert Paul, Mr. and
Mrs. Alack Edwards, Airs, Herbert
Rice and children, Polly and War
ren; Aliss Felicia Edwards, and
Floyd Edwards, who, was home on
a vacation from Teras.
Air. and Airs. S. G. Stannardand
their son and daughter, George and
jane, have returned to. St. Peters
burg, Fla., after a 10 days' stay at
Aliss Jane P. Lyle, of San Mateo,
Fla., who ' spent some time at
Pierson , Inn, is now the guest of
Mjss, Alary J. "Crosby.
Mrs. James A. Anderson, of
Augusta, Ga., is a guest at Hotel
Edwards. Airs. Anderson is an ac
complished pianist. '
After a month's sojourn at Este
leil Lodge in Lindenwood Park,
Col., and Mrs. W. H. Boozer and
their two charming daughters have
returned to their home in Palm
Air. and Airs. H. T. Patterson,
who have been occupying the Evins
cottage, left Friday for Williams
burg, Va., before returning to. their
home in Atlanta.
Mr. and Airs. Macon Thornton,
who have been with Mr.' and Mr.
Tudor Hall, are now occupying
their cabin on Little Bear Pen.
Air. and Airs. Lansing Lee were
the week-end visitors of Miss Mary
Lou Phinizy at , her cottage on
Satulalv ' '
Mrs! Raymond McGarty wa9 in
Highlands for the day recently be
fore leaving for ' Edgef ieldfc 1 Sk C,
for the winter.
Aliss Alarguerite Richert, o At
lanta, Ais spending several days with
her uncle , and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Edwards.
Dr. and Airs. W. W. Ingram, of
Jasper, Fla., spent a few, days in
the Hodges cottage last week.
British Vce-Consul Lewis . A.
Oates, of Miami, Fla., is registered
at the Pierson Inn. '
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gilder and
children, John Dean and Rosa, of
Montgomery, Ala., spent last week
with their sister, Miss Sara Gilder,
Mrs. F. Ci Henta underwent arl
operation, for the removal of her
apendix in Columbia Hospital, Co
lumbia, S. C, last Thursday. Her
many Highlands friends wish' for
her an early recovery.
Billy Edwards and Jim Hines have
returned from a three-day exctlr
sion trip to. Norfolk, .Va.
Air. and Mrs, E. A. Burt, Jr,,
had as their guests Friday night,
Aliss Evelyn Burt and Aliss Elaine
Hamiter, who were returning to
their , home in Bastrop, La., after
a visit to New York City, Niagara
and the New England states.
Miss Betty Jane Nollman leaves
Friday for Lakeland, Fla., where
she will enter Southern College this
Airs. W. N. Jcfferies and , son,
Billy, 'of Burlington, N. C, are
guests at Tricemont Terrace. Mrs.
Jefferies has been a summer visitor
in Highlands for a number of years.
. Air. and Mrs. E. A.. Ryder, their
daughter, Love Aline,' of Decatur,
Ga., and their guests, Mrs. Aloon
and. Mrs. . 'Cook, of Columbus, Ga.,
were registered over the week-end
at Fair view Inn.
Air. and Airs. John Emory Bailey,
of Baltimore, Aid., are. guests of
Mrs. Bailey's mother, Airs. J,. A.
Hines. Airs. Bailey is the former
Alisa Sarah Hicks Hines. Other
guests, of Airs. Hines are, her
daughter, Miss Nancy Elizabeth
Hines, of Raleigh, and her sister,
Miss Lula Hinson, of Keenansville.
Aliss Margaret Denny, of Savan
nah, Ga., was a recent guest bf
her aunt, Airs. W. H. Hollman, at
her summer home, "Springdale," on
- Airs. W. H. Cobb and Aliss Sara
Gilder entertained with an infor
mal bridgg party at the home of
Airs. Cobb, Saturday evening, com
plimenting Airs. Carlton Aiell, .of
Dr. and Mrs. H.. E. Wheeler, and
their two children, who have been
occupying the White Cottage on
Fourth street, returned to their
home in Birmingham, Ala, Tues
day. Dr. Wheeler is curator of
POEMS OF FALL r
Autumn is a Gypsy -woman
Beautiful and still,
Resting on a gray rock
Upon a wooded hill;
Autumn is a Gypsy, in
A crimson, 'tattered gown;
About her, yellow leaves
Are slowly drifting down.
2. A1ILKWEED ,
Did you ever see milkweed
Afloat in the air
Between you and the sun?
Hair of the fairies
Or shimmering wings,
Pale gold and silvery
You've never seen milkweed
' Silkily spun
In between, you
And' the afternoon sun ?
You've missed, then, a sight
Whfch can only compare
To more silky milkweed
. Afloat in the air!
3. TAPESTRY .
The still blue wonder
Of the sky r.
At Autumn Earth's ,
Clear,, color-cry ; '
The pine trees stir
In soft amaze "
" At the changing beauty
Of her days.
Only the butterflies
Born of Fall , , i
Deem it not unusual,
Drifting dreamy '
Like painted wings
On the painted air. . . .
BESS II. HINES.
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satisfaction in workman
ship, quality, and prices
a clean -shop and fas'
service for every one.
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