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T HURSDAY, NOV, H HJI
COMINGS ANP GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
FRANKLIN BIBLE CLASS
MEETS WITH MRS CONLEY
The F. S. Johnston Bible Class
of the Franklin Methodist church
met last Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J, .S. Conley on Har
rison avenue for the monthly 'busi
ness and social meeting, with 18
Following the resignation of Mrs.
Lon Campbell, newly elected presi
dent, Mrs. W. W. Sloan was elect
ed to serve the remainder of the
It was decided to hold a pie sale
on Tuesday, December 6, to help
raise money for the children's or
phanage. The December class meeting will
be held at "Sunnyside Farm," the
home of Mrs. W. W. Sloan, with
Mrs. J. S. Sloan and Mrs. Reba
Tessier as associate hostesses.
Mrs. Conley, assisted by Mrs.
Lester S. Conley, served refresh
ments at the conclusion of the meet
ing. Tho.se attending were: Mrs. E.
B. McCollum, Mr,s. J, J. Edwards,
Mrs, H. O. Cozad, Mrs. Lester
Henderson, Mrs. George A. Jones,
Mrs. W. W. McConnell, Mrs. W.
T. ,Moore, Mrs. I. L. Roberts,. Mrs.
M. D. Billings, Mrs. Zeb W. Con
ley, Mrs. Jjm Palmer, Mrs. Roy G,
Beshears, Mrs.. P. F. Callahan, Mrs.
D. Robert Davis, 'Mrs. W. A.
Rogers and Miss' Margaret Gozad.
T. E. L. CLAS TO MEET
WITH MRS. J. E. WYMAN
The T. E. L. class of the Frank
lin Baptist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. E. Wyman next
Tuesday, November 29, at 3 o'clock,
for the regular monthly business
meeting. All members are urged to
METHODIST W. M.S. TO MEET
WITH MRS. J. 5. SLOAN
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Franklin Methodist church
'will hold the regular monthly meet
ing at the home of Mrs. J. S.
Sloan next Thursday afternoon,
December 1, at 3 o'clock. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
MRS. CHURCH ENTERTAINS
FOR PAST WORTHY MATRONS
Mrs. Herbert E. Church enterr
tained with luncheon Monday at
her home in, the Orlando Apart
ments oh Harri$on avenuet honor
ing the past worthy matrons of the
' Tuckaseegee chapter of the East
ern Star at Bryson City.
The association honors, each wor
thy matron with a token of remem
berahce on her .birthday anniver
sary. The November meeting being
on the birthdays of Mrs. Church
and Mrs. Cary Morgan, a shower
of gifts was given the honorees.
They were also presented a lovely
bronze vase from the association.
Mrs. Morgan extinguished the
candles on the large white cocoanut
cake, which was served by Mrs.
Following the delightful luncheon
a business session was, held, after
which Mrs. Hattie Thomas read
two very interesting articles , from
the Tar Heel News, State Eastern
During the social hour, a "Turk1
key contest" was held, and Mrs. J.
H. Coman was winner of the prize.
She was presented a lovely gift by
Those attending from Bryson City
were: Mrs. Hattie Thomas, Mrs,
Cary Morgan, Mrs. Vinnie Carter,
Mrs. A. R. Messer, Mrs. A. J. De
Hart, Mrs. Frank Frye; Mrs.
W. C. Penn, of Franklin. , Mrs. R.
M. .Waldroop, of Bryson City, and
Mrs. J. Hi Coman, of Franklin,
were luncheon guests.
OBSERVE WEEK OF PRAYER
The ladies of the Franklin Bap
tist church will observe a week of
prayer, beginning Tuesday after
noon, November 29, at 3 o'clock
and continuing through Friday.
The program for the "Week of
Pnayer for World-Wide Missions"
will be used and' the meetings will
be held each afternoon in the fal
lowing homes : .Tuesday with Mrs.
Jack Weyman on Harrison avenue;
Wednesday with Mrs. C. F. Rogers,
at the Baptist pastorium; Thursday
at the home of Mrs. A. R. Higdon
on the Georgia road, and Friday at
I the home of Mrs! Maude Blaine on
West Main street.
All members are urged to attend
Mrs. Frank Jones left Thursday
for her home in Akron, Ohio, after
spending several weeks with her
mother, Mrs. J. B. Stalcup, and her
sister, Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd, at
their home on Iotla street.
Mrs. R. M; Waldroop came up
from Bryson City Sunday to spend
a few days with her nephew, J.
S. Conley and Mrs. Conley, at their
home on Harrison avenue. "
Jesse Tessier, who has been -sick
for the past two weeks suffering
with tonsilitis and cold, is able to
be back at his work in Sloan's
Mrs. H. E. Freas, of Murphy, is
spending this week with Mrs. T.
J. Johnston at her home on Har
rison avenue. Mrs. Johnston, who
has been confined to her bed for
the past month suffering with in
flammatory rheumatism, was re
ported Tuesday morning to be
. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Church
spent Sunday visiting friends in
Bryson City. '
W. T. Moore,- Carl Tysinger, Jr.,
C. D. Baird, C. Tom Bryson, A. G.
Cagle and W. C. Arvey left Wed
nesday for the Pisguh national for
est, where they will spend three
days deer hunting.
To You Who Have Made
CEDE YKOLET THE LEABER
We Extend Our
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Work is near completion on the
six-room house being erected by
Mr. and Mrs. Maason Stiles on
Bidwell . street. They plan . to move
into it the latter part of this week.
J. E. Potts has been confined to
his. bed for the past, week suffering
with., a cold.
Miss Nora Leach, who is teach
ing school at NanUihala, spent the
week-end here with her family and
attended the teachers' meeting Sat
Dr. arid Mrs. R. M. Rimmer re
turned to their home on Bidwell
street Friday evening from Mebane,
where they had spent the past two
weeks with Dr. Rimmer's father, J.
M. Rimmer, who died Thurpday
Alias Grace Conley, a student at
Converse college in Spartanburg,
S. C, will come home this week for
the Thanksgiving holidays.
.'. Harold Sloan, Jr., who is attend
ing Brevard college, at Brevard,
spent the last week.-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Ed Wallace, who has been work
ing' in Lyman, Wash., for the past
year, returned to his home on Car
toogechaye last week.
Neal Gibson and family, of Rock
Hill, S. Q, spent the week-end with
Mr. Gibson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Gibson.
Little Miss Emma Gean Gibson
and brother, Nash, are visiting their
sister, Mrs. Vassie Wykle at Co
wee this week.
Mrs. F. S. Siler left Tuesday to
spend some time with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gillespie
announce the birth of a daughter in
we also thaak-
:V "' w J"v-f
reception you rejgiitfg to the new Chev
rolet for 1939, which plainly indicates
that once again "Chevrolet's The Choice!"
Thanks to you, the motor car buyers of
the nation, Chevrolet has again won
first place in passenger car and truck
sales m the year 1938 to date. This is z'
the seventh time in the last eight years
that CheVrolet has won leadership in
motor car sales, and this definite prefer- ,
ence for Chevrolet and its products is
greatly appreciated by both Chevrolet
and its dealers. v
Thanks to you, also, the new Chevro
let for 1939 is now winning the largest
public acceptance ever given to any new
Chevrolet, making it plain that "Chev
rolet's The Choice" again for the forth
Local Chevrolet Dealer
Angel hospital here Friday, No
vember 18. Mr,. Gillespie is the
former Miss Lois Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. Moses an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Jane Ann, at their home on Harri
son avenue on Wednesday, Novem
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Gibson, Wednesday,
November 10, at their home on
Franklin, route 3.
A daughter, Carolyn Ann, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bradley
at tlieir home at Etna Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lovell, of
! Clarkesville, Ga., announce the birth
of a son, Albert Davis, on Mon
day, November 14. Mrs, Lovell will
You don't want
fou for the record
Chevrolet always endeavors to bring
you the highest quality motor car it is
possible to build, and to price Chev
rolet motor cars so low that they will be
the nation's greatest dollar value. Natu
rally, it is pleasant to have you tell us we
have succeeded, by giving such whole
hearted preference to these products
year after year.
May we take this opportunity to
thank you again most sincerely for your
preference and good will. And may we
also renew our pledge to do everything
possible to deserve your continued
friendship in the future"
be remembered at Miss Eddis Potts,
daughter of Mr, and-Mrs. Walter
Potts, of Franklin.
On Friday, November 11, a sort
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Taylor at their home on Franklin
Route 4. -
Any marked improvement in milk
and butter prices during the next
few years will depend on further
recovery in business and a rise in
the general level of prices, says
John A. Arey, of state college.
Fourteen pure bred Angus heif
ers were purchased last week by J.
H. Satterthwaite and R. V. Knight,
of Tarboro. route 1. to incrpase
I beef cattle herds on their farms.
find Camel's Costlier
are Soothing to the Nerves