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Council Of Social
Agencies To Meet Feb. 17
The Council of Social Agencies
will meet on Friday evening, Febru
ary 17. at the Legion Hall, at 6:30.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lurnpkin Glenn,
prominent Lawyer of Asheville, will
be the euest SDeaker. who will ad
dress the gathering on a subject of
vital interest to all.
An entertaining program is being
planned and all members will re
ceive notices at an early date.
Franklin Cagers Win
Two, Lose One
The Franklin All-Stars defeated
Murphy's All-(Stars 34-iy at Mur
phy last Friday night.
On Monday night Franklin won
over the all-star team from An
drews 33 to 29, in a game played
on the local court.
In a game with Brevard in that
town Tuesday night, Franklin lost
to the Brevard Tornado ty a score
of 33 to 21.
Singers To Meet At
Rose Creek February 19
The third Sunday afternoon
singing convention of the northern
division of the Macon County Sing
ing eonvention will be held at Rose
Creek schoolhouse, beginning at 1
p. m., on Sunday, February 19, it
has been announced by Harley B.
All choirs, quartets, duets solo
' ists and all interested in singing
are invited to attend.
THE fftAHKUN PflM AN& THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAM
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
Niffht Show 7:00 and 9:00
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P, M, SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10
DORLS NOLAN, LEW AYERS,
JEAN DIXON, EDWARD EVER
ETT HORTON, HENRY KOLKER
Alo: Chapter No. 7
-HAWK OF THE WILDERNESS"
NOTICE: A 11 O'Clock
Show Sponsored by the
Junior Class. A Brand
J. M. Morrison and Mrs.
Jennie McGaha Are
James M. Morrison and Mrs
Jennie Morrison McGaha, both of
the West's Mill community, cele
brated their 73rd birthday anniver
sary Monday. A birthday dinner
was given Sunday at the home of
Mr,&. McGaha for members of both
Mr. Morrison and Mrs. McGaha
are the oldest set of twins in Ma
con county. They were born and
reared in the Cowee community
and reside about three miles apart.
Mr. Morrison lives on his father's
old homestead. Thev are the son
and daughter of the late Joseph
and Margaret Uryson Morrison.
Mr. ' Morrison was married to
Miss Margaret Ann Meadows,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel J. Meadows, of West's Mill.
on October 23, 1892. To this mar
riage were born eieht children, in
cluding twins who died in infancy.
Only three of the children are liv
ing. They are Mrs. Furmian Guv.
of West's Mill; Mrs. Charles Mat
lock and LeRoy Morrison, of Winston-Salem.
On "January 14, 1886, Mrs. Mc
Gaha was married to William A.
McGaha, of the Cowee community.
They celebrated their golden wed
ding "anniversary in 1936. To this
union were born three children, all
of whom are living. They are F.
Pierce McGaha, of Seattle, Wash.,
and Alaska; J. Fred McGaha, of
West's Mill, and Mrs. Lester S.
Conley, of Franklin. The elder Mr
McGaha died on June 17, 1937
Mrs. Rimmer .to ,&e the preiidents
of the different organizations in
town, to ask their cooperation ; in
building a. club house for the use
of the various dub,s and organiza
tions in Franklin.
The meeting was then turned
over to Mrs. James L. Averill,
chairman of . the program commit
tee. Those taking part on the pro
gram were: Mrs. A. R. Higdon,
who read a ooem. Mrs. Frank Hitr-
don, who read a very interesting
article on the "Debut of new plants
for 1939" and Mrs. Averill, who
spoke on "Kenmore, the . home of
Betty Washington,"' the only sister
of George Washington.
At the conclusion of the meeting
the hostesses .served refreshments.
Those attending were : Mrs. Chas.
Melichar, Mrs, W. C. Penn, Mrs.
W. A. Rogers, Mrs. R. G. Beshears,
Mrs. J. S. Sloan, Mrs. H. T. Church,
Mrs. Pearl Wright, Mrs. Frank
Higdon, Mrs. James L. Averill, Mrs.
R. M. Rimmer and Mrs, A. R.
em North Carolina itudentt at
State college at Raleigh, who will
receive gold keys, which are to be
awarded by the publications, board
for meritorious service, at a ban
quet February 21. There were only
three other W, N. C. boys who re
ceived the same honors.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1939
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends and dear neighbors, who
were so loyal to us throughout the
sickness and death of our mother,
Mrs. Tom Gibson.' Your many deeds
of kindness will never be forgotten
THE GIBSON FAMILY.
Having qualified as administrator
of Mollie Ramey, 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 8th day of Feb
ruary, 1940, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 8th day of February, 1939.
R. S. JONES, ,
BENEFIT BRIDGT PARTY
TO BE GIVEN FEB. 14
There will be a benefit bridge
at the American Legion hall on
Tuesday, February 14. at 7:30 p. m.
The regular. Drice of 25 cents
admission will be charged and the
K proceeds will Degrven to the P.-T. A.
m.:. i i.. i-j
ma uai iy was scncuuicu iur
Monday afternoon, but has been
1 w-r a
WiA: DICK POWELL. ANITA Postponea-to luesaay on account
LOUISE. RONAi n RFAP.AN of conflicting events;
All am iruirme I 1
Little Miss Ada Ruth West,
SATimnAV pprpiiadv ii I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clvde
Double Featur Pmcrrain N- West, entertained Mrs. Harry
v- k n. -w . ...lb. Higgins music class, at her home
iu m a j v - a fkrxi A" I . '
i mvju i at West's Mill on Saturday after-
oiu- twiw bui ncJocfc; ELLIOT! noon.
With: DOROTHY GULLIVER,
"THANKS FOR THE
BABE HOPE,, SHIRLEY ROSS,
Those taking part on the program
were : Helen Gibson. Zena Pearl
Rickman, Freda Potts, Sybil Potts,
Ada Ruth West. Bettv Lou
Scaggs, Ann Wright and Dorothy
The guests were: Mrs. W. T.
Wright and son. Percv: Mrs.
Scaggs, Mrs. George Potts, Mrs. J.
t - I OO l VfcWJy A.A. J
Dont miss this romance comedv D. Porter and Mrs Harrv S Hia
- - i -- j o
oi neari oreaxs and laughter, the gins.
grandest story of young folks in I Following the program delicious
Mrs. A. E. Woodruff, of Colum
bia. S. C. is spending the month
of February here with her son, B.
W. Woodruff and Mrs. Woodruff.
at their home on Harrison avenue.
Billy Horslev has been confined
to his room this week suffering
Mr.' 'and Mrs. C. L. Cartledge
spent" the first of the week in
Athens, Ga., with his father and
other relatives there.
Lee Leach, who has been ill for
the past two weeks, was reported
to be somewhat improved Wednes
day. William Katenbrink and niece,
Miss Sarah Retain, of Atlanta.
.spent the' week-end with Miss Kel-
pins grandmother. Mrs. Mvra All-
man, at her home on the Georgia
v Paul J. Gibson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Gibson, of lotto, and
J. Robert Hurst, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Hurst, of Franklin
Route 1, were among the 33 West-
FOR SALE New radio at
bargain. Apply at Press Office,
New bicycle boys size for quick
. C. T. BLAINE,
FOR SALE Box bushes.
Mrs. G. 1 H. Brendle, near
We will rent our six-room home
on Harrison avenue, furnished, for
a few months.
C. T. BLAINE.
F9 lte .
FOR SALE One fur-trimmed
ladies' coat, cheap for cash. . In
quire at Angie Deal's Shop.
love ever to hit the screen!
MON.-TUES, FEB. 13-14
"ST. LOUIS BLUES
refreshments were served bv Mrs,
SHOWER GIVEN FOR
MRS. J. P. CUNNINGHAM
Mrs. Fred M. Arnold. Mrs. T. R.
Rav and Miss JCati Rcrp enffr.
Witk: TITO.GUIZAR, JEROME tained with a miscellaneous shower
mm m m. m a a . I A .
uuwan, Jt-SSlfc RALPH, WIL- at the home ot the former on Bid
LIAM FRAWLEY, MARY "PUN- well street, on Wednesday after-
KINS" PARKER, noon from 3 to 6, as a courtesy to
Romance and adventure nn I Mrs. Tames P. Cunnincrham tho
anow uoat. I former Mis,s Esther Clouse. a. re-
oweet songs bv Dorothv LanvMir! cent bride.
Torrid songs by Maxine Sullivan. Approximately 100 friends called
A MILLION LAUGHS I
during the hours leaving attractive
and useful gifts, such as auilts. lin
ens, cooking utensils, dishes, pic
tures, pottery and many other items
too numerous to mention.
The hostesses served delicious
r . . . . r -
retreshments assisted by Mrs. Lake
Shope, Mrs. Clyde Gailey and Mrs.
WED.-THURS, FEB. 15-18
"STAND UP AND
ROBERT TAYLOR, WALLACE
BEERY. FLORENCE RICE.
HELEN BRODERICK. BARTON I rI d? Carson
Building America with glorv and I pq amvi im rDncu mm
guns. . . . Pioneer men and women MEETS AT CONLEY HOME
:rjrr:!.y,mf c: s. cme and Mrs.
...... -..s,jM. uiiuMi ntwn narve u Bryant were joint host
to make your heart skip a beat and esses to the Franklin Garden club
,vu, u.wu io race tnrougn your Monday afternoon at the home of
veins. tU m,.. ir :
nv ivimvi un xdiiiaun avenue.
Tt, . : . i
If ; i.i . was presaaea over
j . . v i uy me. yrcsiueni. ivirs. k. Nl. Kim-
SKrnrS' P'CaSe ICaVC Dam mer- Fo"owing reports from the
I varmita -mm.f t.. T C
FOR RENT One eicht-room
house with lights and water, also
with garden. Two 4-room apart
mentslights and water and garden.
bee Mrs. I. ,T. Peek.
F9 2tp F16
FOR RENT Apartment, four
rooms, bath and sun parlor, ,all
modern conveniences. Also two
See D. G. Stewart.
WANTED 100 Cured hams
weighing IS to 20 pounds. Will pay
cash. Will be at the courthouse
Saturdays, February 4th and Uth,
10 a. m. to 3 p. m. W. S. Davis.
F2 2tp F9
FREE If excess arid ranees vnn
pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indiges
tion, Heartburn. Belchine. Bloatine
Nausea, Gas Pains, eet free Samole
Udga, at Perry's Drug Store.
J1Z 12tp M30
.STEADY WORK GOOD PAY
WANTED Reliable man to mtt
on farmers in Macon County. No
experience or capital required. Make
up to $12 a day. Write Furst &
Thomas, Candler Bldg. Baltimore,
PLAYER PIANO BARGAIN!
nstead of reshioDiner to factory
T): f a .
y x muu, iikc new, can De naa
ror unpaid balance of 48.68 re
maining on contract. Write at once
to Edgar O. Netzow. (Denartment
of Accounts). 4743 North Sheffield
Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who
will advise where piano can be
seen. Kindly furnish references.
Starting next week, the Farmers Federation in
cooperation with the Farmers Cooperative Ex
change will sponsor carlot shipments of poultry
from Western North Carolina. Poultry Buying
Days will be conducted weekly.
Sale To Be Held
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUTAR 15
At Franklin Federation Warehouse Until Noon
Heavy Hens.... 14c lb. Light Hens... .. 11c lb.
Roosters .......... 6c lb. Ducks 9c lb.
FRANKLIN, N. C
Peas 2N 2
Red or Blue
Evaporated Peaches or
(Octagon Laundry Soap
or IPowdcr for 25c,
Cliipso, 3 boxes 25e
LETTUCE, 2 heads ISc
ORANGES, two doz. 25c CARROTS 5c
TURNIP GREENS, 3 lbs . 25c
Veal Cutlets and
ZJ owan was appointed to go with