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the franklin Press and the Highlands maconian
tHUR9DAV( NOV, 2 1633
ON ROLL CALL
(Continued from Page One)
Clair Anderson, Airs. John Wasilik,
Jr., Mrs. John Archer, Jr., Dr. and
Airs. Funnan Angel. Lyman Roper,
R. G. Beshears, Al. JJlunienthal, Air.
and Airs. Alf Higdon, Dr. Frank
Smith, Airs. Amos Harris, Air. and
Mrs. Ray Swanson, Mrs. Joe Ash
car, Mrs. E. 15. McCollum, Air. and
Airs. Tom 1'orter, Jim Palmer,.
Airs. L. IF Page, C T. Blaine, A.
W. Harris, Lee i'oindextcr, Al itch
ell Ashoar, 11. W. Cube, Lawrence
Liner, Boise Hall, Pauline Meadows,
Paul Swafford, Thad Pattern, Floyd
Owens, Helen Henson, W. C. Bur
rell, Carl Burrell, Don Henry, Bob
Blaine, Fred Blaine, Lyman Frady,
Krwin Patton, T. 11. Hunter, Hom
er Davis, Mont Sutton, Airs. Alice
Franklin, Hazel Everette, Airs.
Homer Alashburn, Miss Jess Angel, I
Ruth AlcKinney, C. ,T. Booth, Airs.
Myrtle Cunningham, Woodrow
Burch, Lucy. Sue Gray, Alacon Fur
niture Co. , , ,
Harry Sloan, Aliss Al. D. Warren,
Miss Al. A. Ravenel,- Aliss Clarissa
Ravenel, Aliss Alaude Crane, Aliss
Mae Crosby, Frank Cook, Airs,
Frank Cook, Airs. O. E. Young,
Robert Hagar, Aliss Charlotte B.
Elliott, George Townsend, Airs.
George Townsend, Aliss Esther El
liott, Airs. J. E. Brown, iliss Veva
Howard, Aliss Nina Howard, Aliss
Alattie Wilkes, Aliss Cynthia Alor
etz, Mrs. Jack Hall, Rev. R. B.
DuPree, W. W. Edwards, Airs. W.
W. Edwards, Col. J. S. Sewell, Mrs.
J. S. Sewell, Airs. Frank Potts, J.
E. Root, Airs. J. E. Root, James
C. Alell, Mrs. Carl . Zoellner, P. T.
F. -rnsworth, Drj Jessie Z. Aloreland,
A. R. Moreland, J. E. Hicks, Aliss
Sara Gilder, A. G. Spencer, Airs, T.
E. Crisp, F. - A. Edwards, Airs.
Arthur Bliss, Mrs. L. A. Wilson,
Rev, J. G Benficld, W, H, Cobb,
Mrs. W. H. Cobb, Mrs. Guy Paul,
Airs. A. C. Holt, C. D. Burgess, F.
H. Pott's, W. R. Potts, S. E. Pott
Dr. C. E. Mitchell, T. C. Harbison,
Airs, T. C. Harbison, C. F. Redden,
Mrs. C. F.' Redden, G F. Redden,
Jr.,- Thad D; Smith, Airs. Thad D.
Smith, Ed Rogers, C. V. Rainwater,
Mrs. C. V. Rainwater, R. J. Cobb,
F. L. Calloway, Airs. L. F. Callo
way, C. J. Anderson, Mrs. C. J.
Anderson. . " .
Airs. J. C. Barrington reports the
following classrooms in the Frank
lin school who have joined the
Junior Red Crass.
Airs. Elizabeth C. Guffey, Airs.
Joyce Cagle, Airs. Elsie Franks,
Mrs. Kate Williams, Mr,s. Janie
Brown, Aliss Edna Jamison, Miss
Margaret Slagle, Mrs. Pearl D.
Hunter, Mrs. Bertha C. Smart, Mrs.
Margaret H. Ramsey, Miss Mayberl
Moody, Mrs. Lola P. Barrington,
and Mi.ss Katherine Porter. .
Airs. Paul Grist, Aliss Josephine
Weaver, Airs. Helen Macon, and
Ray N. Moses.
The elementary department has
joined 100 per cent, Airs. Ramsey's
room leading with the largest contribution.
ENTERTAIN FOR PASTOR
The auditorium of the Agricul
tural building was the scene of a
lovely surprise birthday party on
Saturday evening when the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the local Presbyterian
church entertained iin honor of the
Rev. J. A. Flanagan, pastor of the
church. The tables under the direc
tion of Airs. Graydon Shuford, were
beautifully decorated, using the
Thanksgiving motif. The center
piece portrayed the scene of the
Pilgrims going to church. Log cab
ins, pumpkins, corn and autumn
For the Cald ays
Tliey are Coming
A big shipment of drummer's
samples consisting of men's, wo
men's and children's Sweaters,
Shirts, Underwear, Coats, Dresses,
Hosiery, etc., etc. A thousand and
one things, too numerous to men
tion. BUT best of all is samples
are good and the price is less. Look
them over you can save money.
Ladies' Coats, detachable fur collars,
beautiful styles, and fine material
blue, brown, rust, wine and green...... $10.75
54-Inch, all wool material for coats and
dresses blue, black and brown, price
Per yard -98c, $1.50 and $1.75
36-Inch part wool material solids,
checks and stripes, yard, 50c value..
Stylish Skirts with suspenders, all sizes
and colors $1.00 and $1.95
DON'T FORGET UNDERWEAR WE'VE
GOT THEM ANY SIZE, AND PRICE
RANGING FROM 39c UP
Men's Union Suits, part wool.... $1.95 to $3.50
SHOES AND BOOTS-LET US
FIT YOU AND SAVE YOU
A Good Place to Trade
. jjaDmDim. ahhieaii&
; V v "We Clothe the Family"
leaves were used in carrying out
A three-course dinner was iS.erv.ed
to approximately 70 members and
Mrs. McGuire, in a few well
chosen words, presented Mr. Flan
agan with a birthday cake topped
with 12 candles, "each candle rep
resenting one year of loving, un
selfish service on the part of the
Following this Mr. Lee Leach,
with appropriate remarks, presented
him with a purse, a gift from the
men of the church.
For fear that too much attention
might not be good for the guest of
honor, Miss Rosalind Bulgin, chair
man of the business girls' Circle,
called Mr. Flanagan to the floor
and had him walk the "cbalk line."
This was not an easy undertaking
as his only aid was a telescope. A
"spelling relay" was held with the
women triumphing over the men.
An amusing skit, provoking many
laughs, was put on by the business
girls' Circle. Following the. skit
everybody joined hands in one big
circle and sang "Blest Be The Tie
That Binds," and 'Taps", after
which Mr. Flanagan pronounced
the benediction. Expressions of ap
proval and the desire for a similar
party were heard and plans of the
Ladies' Auxiliary will probably in
clude such a party for next year.
BENEFIT BRIDGE TO BE
GIVEN DECEMBER I
A benefit bridge, will be given at
the new agricultural building on
Church, street, on Thursday after
noon, December 1, by the mothers
of the first grade pupils in the
Franklin elementary school.
Playing will "begin at 2:30 o'clock
and the proceeds will be used for
improvements in the first grade
room. Anyone wishing to make
reservations for playing please call
Mrs. W. T. Wright, phone 7404.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammond,
of Ontario, Calif., left last Thurs
day after spending three weeks
with Mrs. Hammonds parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Oliver, at their
heme on Franklin Route 2. Before
returning home they will spend
several weeks visiting relatives in
Tennessee and Georgia.
David Cozad, of Cuyahoga Falls,
Ohio, is spending the Thanksgiv
ing holidays here with his cousins,
Mrs. H. O. Cozad and .daughter,
Miss Margaret Cozad.
MLss Ruth Slagle, who is teach
ing school at Burgaw, will spend
the Thanksgiving holidays with her
parents, Sheriff and Mrs. A. B.
Slagle, at their home on West
Mrs. T. C. Justus, of Washing
ton, D. C, came in Saturday to at
tend the funeral of her brother, H.
Oden Penland, ,at Scaly. She is.
spending this week with her mother
and sister, Mrs. S. P. Penland and
Mrs. J. C. Barrington.
Miss Maybelle Raby, of Etna, is
spending .several days with her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Weaver in Tellico
Plains, Tenn., and in Maryville,
Tenn., with her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. John Bivins.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
In The Superior Court
II. W. Cabe, Administrator of the
Estate of E. J. Bouchard, deceased,
Bonnie E. Bouchard, Arthur Ed
ward Bouchard, Naomi Bonnie
Bouchard, and Lucille Eleanor
The defendants, Bonnie E. Bouch
ard, Arthur Edward Bouchard, Na
omi Bonnie Bouchard, and Lucille
Eleanor Bouchard, will take notic
that an action as above entitled has
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Macon County, North
Carolina, to the end that the plain
tiff may .sell the lands of his in
testate to make assets to pay debts
and the costs of administration, in
which land the above named de
fendants have an interest. The
above named defendants will fur
ther take notice that they are re
quired to appear within 30 day in
the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Macon County,
North Carolina, and answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action
or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded there
in. This 21st day of November, 1938.
HARLEY R. CABE,
Clerk of the Superior Court
Macon County, N: C.
Mr, and Mn. J- S. Conley ipent
Sunday visiting in Asheville,' the
guests of Miss Ruth Hale, the for
mer Mrs. Alvah Pearce.
CARD OF THANKS
V We wish" to thank our many
friends for the kindness .shown us
through the sickness and death of
our darling baby, Nora Jane Car
penter: MRS. MILLER LEDFORD,
FOR SALE Electric water heat
er. Perfect condition. See H. H.
Hirsch at Franklin Terrace.
FOR SALE One large coal or
wood circulator heater, good condi
tion. Apply Press office.
FOR SALE 25-20 Marlin rifle,
Reasonable. Excellent condition.
Box of 50 .shells. Ask for Powers,
Da. Siler's residence.
WANTED Second-hand range,
six eye, warming closet and reser
voir. Must be in good condition and
reasonably priced. Write Box 253,
Franklin, N. C.
FOR SALE Three-year-old hor.se
and five-year-old mare, native
stock. Will sell either of , them at a
bargain. Charles Ferguson, Route
4, Franklin. . '
returned to or notify Joe Daves,
Franklin Route 3.
FOR SALE Six-room house and
two lots on Bonny Crest. See Mrs.
J. B. Henry.
LOST One red hound dog, white
fore feet and breast. Tag No. 25618.
Reward of $5.00 will be given, if
FOR RENT Five-room apart
ment with electric lights and run-
' a T1 rM I
ning water, jrrice per monin.
Inquire at Press office.
BARGAINS In factory rebuilt
Singer sewing machines. Good as
new and priced at one-third the
BRYANT FURNITURE CO.
FREE If excess acid causes you
pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indiges
tion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloating,
Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample,
Udga, at Perry's Drug Store.
STEADY WORK-XIOOD PAY
WANTED Reliable man to call
on farmers in Macon County. No
experience or capital required. Make
up to $12 a day. Write Furst &
Thomas, Gandler Bldg., Baltimore,
itp : ." . " ; :
FARM FOR SALE
Thirty-eight acres, 12 acres clear
ed, in high state of cultivation.
Four-room house ; good barn, and
out buildings; potato curing house,
on good road near school. Price
$1,600 cash. See James L. NYoung,
Franklin Route 2.
IRlIC S pounds
Ritz, 1-lb. box 20c
Juice 4 No-2
Spaghetti 2 packages
gg 2 dozen 25c
Grapefruit 3 for 10c
IPdwrk Onp9 lb.