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Thursday, January 23, xm
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COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
METHODIST W. M. ,S. TO
MEET WITH MRS. SLAGLE
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Franklin Methodist church
will meet on Thursday, February 2,
at 3 o clock at the home of Mrs.
A. B. Slagle, on West Main street.
All members are requested to be
, D. Robert Davis spent the week
end in Asheville on business.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston is spending
several days at the Kelly Tea
Room, the guest of Miss Lassie
Kelly, before going to Decatur, Ga.,
for a visit with her son, George J.
Johnston and Mrs. Johnston.
Mrs. E .E. Ward has returned to
her home on Iotla, after- spending
the week-end ' visitine friends in
Judge and Mrs. John B. Willis
fend daughter, Miss Mary Willis, re
turned to Franklin Tuesday after
spending two months in Oklawaha,
Fla. They will visit with Mrs. Wil
lis' sister,. Mrs. Sara W, Neeley, at
Carrington Hall on the Georgia
road, until their house on West
Main street is finished, which will
be about the middle of February.
Miss Ruth Higgins, a student at
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visit with her narents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harrv S. Hiins. at their home on
Miss Jean JMoore and 'Andrew
Jones were visiting friends at Bre
vard college on Thursday of the
past week. On their return they
were accompanied by Miss Audrey
Conley, a student at Brevard, -who
spent a short "while here, return
ing to her school duties Friday
afternoon. : . v
Walter Gibson and S, C. Leather
man, who are working at Spruce
Pine, spent the week-end with their
families .on Iotla and at . West s
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
Night Show 7:00 and 9:00
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS.
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
J. CARROL NAISH, MARY
CARLISLE. ROBERT PRESTON,
Aim: BLUE BARRON AND HIS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28
BOB STEELE IN
Ak: "HAWK OF THE
MONDAY, JANUARY 30
BOB BURNS, FAY BAINTER,
JEAN PARKER, JOHN BEAL,
IRWIN S. COBB
Free Dish to Ladies
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MONDAY, JANUARY 30
A 11 O'Clock Show
Monday Night for Benefit
Infantile Paralysis, Fund
HAROLD LOYD, PHYLLIS
WELCH, RAYMOND WALBURN,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 31
"IF I WERE KING"
RONALD COLEMAN, FRANCES
DEE, BASIL RATHBONE,
WED.-THUHS., FEB. 14
LORETTA YOUNG, RICHARD
GREENE, WALTER BRENNAN,
DOUGLAS DUMBRILLE, GAR EN
MORLEY, MORONI OLSEN
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mailed to you, please leave name
at Box Office.
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George J. Johnston, of Decatur,
Ga., spent a couple of days in
Franklin the latter part of the past
week on business, and visiting his
mother; Mrs. T. J. Johnston.
Ras Penland, who suffered
broken .shoulder 'and bruises in an
automobile accident when he was
thrown down an embankment for
60 feet or more from the truck in
which he was riding, was reported
Wednesday morning to be getting
D. G. Stewart has purchased his
former home place on Riverside
street and he and Mrs. Stewart
moved in the first of this week.
E. E. Ward has been confined to
his room at his. home on lotla for
the past week suffering with rheu
matism. W. R. Johnston has returned to
his home in Sylvester, Ga., after
spending a couple of weeks with his
sister, Mrs. Mary Allman, and with
his niece, Mrs. G. L. Houk. and Mr.
Charlie Grindstaff, of Asheville,
is spending several days in Frank
lin visiting friends.
Mrs. Virginia Briggs and son,
Richard," have returned to their
home in Atlanta, after a visit here
Mrs. D. G. Stewart.
Mlss Le,d Beshears, who is at-
ndlng Woman s College of the
University of North Carolina at
Gensboro, came m Wednesday to
spend" a few days with her par
ents, Mr., and Mrs. R. G. Beshears
Mrs. T. B. Shepherd, of Canton,
came over Wednesday for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Hig
don, at her home at Higdonville,
and other relatives in Macon
George Stalcup, who has been
confined to his home, for several
months, is able to be out some
Miss Lou Ellen Davis spent the
first part of this week in Asheville.
Miss Gladys Sellers left Monday
to spend the remainder of the
winter in Florida.
William Blaine, who has been
here for the past two weeks, re
turned to his school duties at
Mars Hill Tuesday.
Mrs. Emma Kincaid came over
from Dillsboro Friday to attend the
funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Oscar
Miss Helen Seay, who has been
spending several weeks here with
her mother, Mrs. C. A. Setser and
Mr. Setser, and her sister, Mrs.
Derald Ashe and Mr. Ashe, left
Tuesday for Waynesville for a
shor visit with her sister, Mrs.
Roy Robinson, before going on to
her home in Newark, N. J.
Miss Mayb.elle Bryant returned
to her work in Greenville, S. C,
Saturday, after coming up to at
tend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs.
O. C. Bryant
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fulbright, of
Lake JunalusJca, were visiting Mrs.
Eulbright's father, W. P. Deal, at
his home on Franklin Route 4, one"
day the past week.
Mrs. Ray Orr, of Andrews, came
over last week for a visit with her
cousin, Miss Grace Baird, at her
home on Bonny Crest
Ruel Waldroop, who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Waldroop at their home on
Cartoogechay.e, has returned to his
work in Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bryson, of
Spruce Pine, spent Saturday in
Franklin visiting relatives and
Miss Timsey Nell Clouse left
Monday for Brevard where she
will enter Brevard college.
Miss Ruth Hale, of Asheville, the
former Mrs. Alvah Pearce, of
Franklin, was the week-end guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. : S. Conley at
their home on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blaine came
up from Lakemont, Ga., Sunday to
attend the funeral of Walter Blaine
at Patton Chapel Monday.
J. A. Conley, who spent the past
two weeks in Albany, Ga., with his
daughter, Mrs, E. E. Watkins and
Mr. Watkins, returned Friday to
his home here. He was accompanied
by his granddaughter, Mrs. Ross
Powell and Mr. Powell, who re
turned to . their home in Albany
lllE FRANKLIN PfcfiSS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
Mr. and Mrs.- Brabson Bulgin
announce the birth of a son,
George Miller, at their home ' in
Franklin, on Tuesday morning,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Jones
announce the birth of a daughter
at the Mission hospital in Ashe
ville on Saturday, January 21.
Mr. and Mrs; Harold ' Watkins
announce the birth of a son, Harold
Ernest, at. their home in Albany,
Ga., on Saturday, January 21. Mr.
Watkins is a former Franklin boy
and is the grandson of J. A. Con
ley, of Franklin.
A son, Bruce Allen, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Bryson, at
Angel hospital on Friday, January
Fire Damages Former
Macon Man's Drug Store
Miss Reba Slagle has received
word that the drug store of her
uncle, Mayor J. W. Slagle, in Re
public, Wash., was damaged in a
fire which destroyed several busi
ness blocks in that town. The dam
age to the drug store was about
$850.00, which was covered by in
Teams Break Even
The Cowee -boys' basketball team
won from the Aquone CCC team
on Wednesday night, January 18, at
the rranklm high school cvm bv
score of 32 to 23. In a second
game between the .same teams Fri
day night, January 20, Aquone won
by a score of 25. to 34.
1938 Chev. Master Coupe,
looks and runs like new.
Low mileage, 1939 iCfJJJ
license. A real buy
1938 Ford Deluxe Town Sedan,
good paint, tires and clean in
side. This car has a lot $00 C
of trouble-free miles left
1937 Plymouth Deluxe Town
Sedan. New paint job. new seat
covers. Looks and runs $ C
like a new car, for'only
1936 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan.
A nice clean car. ' Good tires
and in excellent condition $QCC
for only ............... w
1937 . Ford -Ton "85" Pickup
Truck and a real buy for some
one who needs a good $QCC
Pickup, for only . . . . . , OXJO
1937 Chevrolet Master Town Se
dan.' 1939 license. Heater, etc.
One of the best bargains AR C
we have ever .offered..
We have 22 other models of
a J,T ..a eor
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DUVERS ARE FLOCKING To' nrS
MMJCffEMOLET 7 Mi SMl l
By EFFJE WILSON
N. H. McKinney, of Highlands, is
visiting relatives and friends on
Mis, Agnes McKinney was the
guest of ..Blanche .and Edna Wilson
Harrison Jones is on the sick list.
Lyman Ballew, of Tesenta, was
visiting his mother, Mrs. Margaret
Ballew, last week-end.
The Rev. John Baty preached
an interesting sermon at the Turtle
Pond church last Sunday.
Mr. , and Mrs'. Bee and Jerry
Wilson were business visitors in
Highlands Saturday. I
BEFORE NERVES GET JITTERY, JUMPY...
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RALPH S. WILLARD'S
work puts a premium
hands, steady eyes. He's
in industrial chemistry
causes plenty of strain
Says Mr. Willard: "I've
tension doesn't 'get' my nerves when I rest
them regularly. My rule is a simple, enjoyable
one-it's to let up and light up a Camel when I
can. A moment's pause and a refreshing Camel
help smooth out that feeling of tension."
you want the best used cars at
the lowest prices, go to your
1935 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan
the cleanest car in toVn only
been driven 32,000 miles. $OCC
Special sale price , JUtl
1936 Ford Fordor Touring Se
dan. Nice blue paint. Good tires.
This car is in excellent $OCC
cosdition. Special sale price
1937 International -Ton Dual
Wheel Pickup Truck with cattle
body. New tires and only slight
ly u,s.ed. This car sold new, with1
out body, for $857.00. Our $CQC
special price only ......
1934 Ford V-8 Pickup, 1939 li
cense. Good tires. A real $1 QC
buy at only . . luD
1935 Chevrolet Master Coach
known as the Guy Paul $Q1C
car. Runs like new, only
cheaper cars and trucks.
your needs as we have 40 models to pick
from. Come in and see us before you
buy. You will like t be way we do business.
Burrell Motor Co.
MANY MAKES MANY MODELS
Wade McKinney has purchased a
new radio from Cleveland Cabe, of
Wade and Mack McKinney are
building a new barn.
Frank Wilson is on the sick list
More ' than 1,000,000 acres of sub
marginal land were held under op
tions on January 1 by the soil con
servation service under Title III of
the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant
Act. Sub-marginal land is being ac
quired under this law as a moans
of restoring badly depleted land to
grasses and forests and to supple
ment other federal, state, and local
measures to improve land use.
a job that
to the Nerves!
1936 Chevrolet Deluxe Town
Sedan. Radio, heater. A
nice clean oar, good tires
and 1939 license for .$OC
only ......... O'tD
1935 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Se
clean throughout. Large $OOC
trunk space. A real buy JOD
1936 Chevrolet Vi-Tow Pickup
Truck.. A real good pickup. With
hydraulic brakes. Good $OJC
tires. Lots of good service
Chevrolet Master Coach
tires. Prestone in $01 C
radiator, for only
1934 Ford V-8 Deluxe coupe a
good clean car. Looks $9CC
nice and runs quiet, only
1937 Chevrolet Master Business
Coupe. Only been driven 12,000
miles. Good tires. An ex- $yfC
cellent buy for only....
We think we can supply