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THE FRANKLlft H 33 ANb fHifr HlGHUDS MAtJONIAN'
tkURibAVi bit IB, lMi
FOR SERVICE Big boned Berk
shire boar. Mrs. Je.s.s, Thomas.
itp, ' . " ; :
See me for your Christmas apples
and oranges. John Thomas', Old
Bank building, West Main street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For
cattle, nice filly colt. Ferry
Svvafford Route 3 Franklin.
FOR RENT Two cottages, close
in. Conveniences. With garage. See
S. II. Lyle. '. '
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment, furnace heat, hot water, with
or without kitchen, in new resi
dence, with garage. Available Jan
uary 1. Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson,
I have 'a good assortment of both
pocket and wrist watches taken in
trade,- and reconditioned, at very
reasonable prices. Grover Jamison,
Christmas Candy at wholesale
prices, direct from candy manufac
turer. Five-pound box $1.00; 10-lb.
box,. $1.85, sent prepaid for money
order or check, or C. O. D.
Southern Candy Co., Dunn, N. C.
WANTED-500 Customers to buy
their small grocery items, candies,
nuts, fruits and Christmas cards
from us. Say, you should see our
line of Christmas cards when you
do you will surely want to buy
them by the box.
C. T. BLAINE.
Dl 3tc IS
St. Agnes Will
Have Carol Service
Instead of the usual service , on
Sunday morning the 'congregation
of St.. Agnes' church is planning
to have a Carol Service in the
church on Sunday evening at 7:30
p. m. To ' this service all in the
community are invited. In addition
to special pieces by the choir and
solos by individuals there will be
plenty of congregational singing.
All the favorite carols will 'be sung
and some which are not quite so
At this service the new organ
will be used for the first time. The
organ, which arrived this week
from the Estey Organ company of
Brattleboro, Vt., is a one manual
reed organ having 17 stops and two
expression pedals, operated by. an
electric blowing apparatus. The
handsome walnut case is in the
Gothic design and fits very har
moniously with the rest of the
church furnishings. The organ has
been installed as a jubilee effort
on the part of the members of the
church, and St. Agnes congregation
is grateful to all who have helped
in the effort.
They are indeed fortunate in hav
ing procured an organ which so
adminably fits in with the church
building and which has such a
grand tone. Go and hear it at the
coral service on Sunday night.
TO AID MEDICINE
Dickey Little of Wadesboro,
Route 3,'reports harvesting 18 bush
els of lespedeza seed from one
acre with the i use of the combine.
Large yields were secured over the
whole county where combines were
used and the litter was left on the
land for soil improvement.
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Two rare Tarsius monkeys, said
to be the. only ones ever imported
into this country, are now subjects
for medical research at Yale univer
sity. The tiny monkeys are about
the size of large rats.
FOR BASKETBALL ;
According to the number of boys
out for basketball practice, it looks,
as though Franklin should have a
successful .season. So far more than
25 boys have reported for practice,
and Coach Shuford is optimistic
over his prospects.
Some of the games already sche
duled are with Robbinsville; Web
ster, Bryson City, and Sylva. i. -
ROOMS BEING DECORATED
The Christmas, spirit is in the
air, and the school -children have
already started decorating their
Thepjittle folks have all drawn
names and are looking forward to
the time when they will have their
School will be out next Friday
and then everybody will be free to
celebrate the holiday .season.
Flour, box 25c
Ritz, lb. box 20c
Jello, pkg. 5c
Raisins 2 15-z- 1 5c
Pet pr Carnation
Milk 6 lare or 3 small
Xmas Mix, lb. 10c Big Jell, lb. 10c
Orange Slices, lb. 10c Jelly Beans, lb. 10c
Peanut Butter Peanuts, lb. 10c
Chocolate Gream Drops, lb. . 10c
Cocoanut Bon Bons, lb. 15c
Ghocolate Govered Peanuts, lb. 15c
Southern Mixture, lb. 15c
2-Pound Box Stick Candy 25c
Mixed, lb. 19c Pecans, lb. 19c
Brazil Nuts, lb. 19c Eng. Walnuts,lb. 19c
Diamond Brand English Walnuts, lb. 25c
2 dozen 25c
4-H CLUB CHAMPS
fee ' -
SENIORS TO HAVE
The senior class met Tuesday, and
decided to have a Christmas tree.
A committee was appointed to get
a tree and the members are to fur
nish the decorations. Each member
is to give some present to another
member. The class discussed plans
for a Christmas party, but on ac
count of lack of transportation and
the distance from school to the
houses, it was. found impossible to
have all the members present. The
seniors will, have their Christmas
tree during the activity period at
Having qualified as administrators
of H. O. Penland, deceased, late of
Macon county, N, C, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of ,said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 14th day of De
cember, 1939, or this notice will be
plead in' bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said -estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 14th day of December, 1938.
A. C. PATTERSON,
H. R. PENLAND ,
REDUCED PRICES ON ALL BEAUTY WORK
THROUGH CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
$7.50 Permanent Wave for $5.00 or two for $8.00
$5.00 Permanent or Ringlet for $3.00 or bring a
friend and get two Permanents for $5.00. Make
appointments now and avoid the Christmas rush.
Give your friends Permanents for Christmas.
NANTAH ALA BEAUTY SHOPPE
UP STAIRS IN McCOY BLDG. FRANKLIN, N. C.
Bring this Ad It is good for 50 cents on any Permanent.
Hal Clark, 17-year-old youth from
Clark's Hill, Ind., and his errand
champion 4-H pen of sheep. Clark's
sheep won honors at the thirty-ninth
annual International Live Stock
show in Chicago, where proud own
ers from all over the nation exhibit
ed their animals.
Half or Whole
IPdDirik Mamm9 lib. 25
.Stew Meant, Ih. 17
IPork Sausage, Hi. 19c
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
A. R. Higdon spent a few days
last week in Raleigh on business .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fowler, of
Knoxville, Tenn., are -spending sev
eral weeks at the Munday house
on West Main street, the home of
Mrs. J. A. Fowler.
H. E. Church, Jr., Willard P.en
dergrass and John Lyle' Palmer,
students at North Carolina State
college at Raleigh, came in Wed
nesday to spend the Christmas
holidays with their respective' par
ents. Mrs. L. H. Page and daughter,
Mary Frances, and Mrs. Page's
mother, Mrs. Mary B. Day, will
leave Friday for Boston, Mass.,
where they will spend the Christ
mas holidays with Mrs. Page's.
sister, Mrs. John Davenport and
Mr. Davenport. Mrs. Day plans to
spend the remainder of the winter
in Boston with her daughter and
will return to Franklin some time
next summer. .
Robert Hurst, came in Wednes
day from North Carolina State
college at Raleigh, where he is a
stndent, to spend the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Hurst, at their home on Cartooge-chaye.
PRICED TO PLEASE
Small pieces of furniture to add to the en
joyment of a borne. They're ideal for holiday
giving . . . and the prices are RIGHT!
Cheerful homes should be
bright with plenty of well de
signed lamps. We have a
wonderful collection of both
table and floor lamps for your
Occasional chairs or lounge
chairs. . ; . We " have a wide
.selection and; they are al
Franklin Terrace To
Be Open Year Round
H. 11. Hirsch, proprietor of the
Franklin Terrace, states he has had
installed a modern circulating and
air conditioning, heating system and
had many other improvements
made throughout the building, and
that the hotel will, beginning neyt
Sunday, December 18, be open the
Mr. Hirsch, also stated that ex
cellent meals will be served, and
he - invites the patronage of local
people for his dining room, especial
ly those who prefer to dine out on
'. 1 a
Magazine Racks are
' well worth their room
in anyone's home.
PHILCO 1939 MODEL
From the time you turn on
your new Christmas Radio
early , Christmas ' morning, it
will be a pleasure, for enter
tainment, for eduoatbn,'' and
for fine music the year round.
We have models at all prices
We can give you any
' type table you could want
i your 'house.
Our store is packed with hundreds of ideal
gifts for the home. We invite your inspection.
Bryant Furniture Co.
FRANKLIN, N. C t