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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAM
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1933
Franklin Churches To
Observe Day Of Prayer
Plans have been completed for
the program for the World Day
of Prayer to be observed by the
FraYiklin churches at a union 'ser
vice to be held at the Methodist
church at 2 o'clock on' Friday,
Mrs. W. J. ' Zackary, president
of the Woman s Missionary society
of the Methodist church, will pre
side at the meeting,
The pastors of the four Frank
lin churches will lead the program,
divided. into the following periods:
Praise and Thankscivinir. Recollec
tion of Jesus. Penitence. Dedication
of Gifts, Intercession, and Dedica
The leaders will conduct respon
sive services, prayer and medita
tions, bearing on the theme. "Let
Us Put Our Love Into Deeds and
Make it Real."
Newsboy Guest of Metropolitan Opera
Acquires More Space
A. G. Cagle, proprietor of
Cagle's restaurant, has leased the
room next door recently vacated
by Trotter's store, and states that
he will install modern equipment
and operate it as a dining room
of the highest class, A connect
ing door will be cut between the
two rooms to facilitate service.
The Trotter stock of goods, it
is understood, has been sold to
Mr. Simon, of Bryson City, and
moved to that place.
Col. Harrington To
Deliver Radio Address
Colonel F. C. Harrington, United
States WPA administrator, will de
liver an address over 105 CBS
stations, Saturday, February 25,
1939, from 10:45 to 11 n. m.. E.S.T.
North Carolina stations carrying
tftis address are WIST, Charlotte,
WBIG Greensboro, WDNC Dur
ham, WMb Wiaston-Salem. Al
public officials and all . WPA per
sonnel and workers are invited to
listen to this address.
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George Malaiko, 54, Toronto newsboy, has frequently attracted at
tention by selling his papers attired in dress clothes and top hat, aU
set for the opera when his papers were sold. This year he lost his
money in the stock market, and offered a year's subscription to anyone
who would finance a trip to New York where he could hear "Don
Giovanni." The, trip was arranged by Edward Johnson, general man
ager of the Metropolitan opera, and Richard Crooks, leading member.
Matinee 3:30 P. M.
Night Show 7:00 and 9:00
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
. 11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24
Jack Holt becomes the idol of 300
kid convicts ... as he battles to
give them a break! .
With: BOBBY JORDAN
"HAWK OF THE WILDERNESS'
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Double Feature Program
BUCK JONES IN .
"LAWS OF THE
SIDNEY TOLER AS
"CHARLIE CHAN IN
With: PHYLIS BROOKS
-MONDAY. FEBRUARY 27
With JACK BENNY
YACHT CLUB BOYS AND A
CHORUS OF GIRLS
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
"I AM THE LAW"
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
An exciting topical drama depicting
the end of the racketeers!
With: BARBARA O'NEIL
BAPTIST T. E. L. CLASS
TO MEET TUESDAY
The TV E. L. class of the Bao-
tist church will' meet Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the oublic li
brary for the r.egular monthly busi
ness meeting, with Airs. Roy Gib
son, Mrs. H. A. McGlamery and
Mrs. Verna May as joint hostesses.
All members axe urged to attend.
YOUNG WOMEN'S GROUP TO
HOLD RUMMAGE SALE
The young women of the Mary
Johnston Allman Society, of the
rranklin Methodist church, will
again hold a rummage sale Satur
day morning, February 25, in John
Thomas' store in the old bank
WED.-THURS, MARCH 1-2
CLARK GABLE IN
With: EDWARD ARNOLD
mailed to you, please leave name
at Box Office.
READ THE AD$
Along With the News
The Rev. and Mrs. MacArthiir
Jolly, of London, Ky., the Rev. and
Mrs. William Jolly, ot Detroit,
Mich., and the Rev. Lyman lollv.
of Virginia, have . been called to
the bedside of their father. Noah
Jolly, who is critically ill at the
home ot his daughter, Mrs. Robert
Parrish on Burningtown.
Mrs. Jack Stribline. of Andrews.
spent a while here Thursday on
Dr. Edgar Aneel has returned
from Charleston, S. C, where he
attended a meeting of the Tn-State
Medical association. x
Mrs. Walter Gibson, of the Iotla
section, is in Angel hospital for
Mrs. M. J. Henry, who has been
takine treatment at Antrel hosoital.
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returned to her hom,e Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoyt, of
Llarkesville, Ga.. spent Sunday vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Airs,
Jrank ttigdon on liidwell .street.
Evelyn Carelock. daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. H. Carelock, who un
derwent an operation for the re
moval of her appendix at Anee
hospital Monday, was reported
Wednesday to be doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clarke Soper
lett Ihursday for Chattanootra
Term., on a business trip and for ia
visit with friends.
'Mrs. J. M. Daves, of Franklin
Route 2, is in Angel hospital tak
The condition of R. F. Henrv.
who has oeen auite ill in Antre
hospital for the Past week, was rp-
ported Wednesday to Tbe somewhat
Charlie W. Duvall, who has been
quite ill at his home at Prentiss,
was reported Wednesday to b,e
sngntiy improved. fj
Mr. and Mrs, C. Tom Bryson and
daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Jess Estes
and children and Miss Lois Clark
spent Sunday in Brevard with Mr.
and Mrs. Bryson's daughter, Miss
Mildred Bryson. who is a student
at Brevard college.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West went
to Canton Monday to attend the
funeral of their aunt. Mrs. Tohn
West, who was buried there Tues
Mrs, James Drvman and son.
Bowden, came back from Wayn.es-
ville Tuesday night after going
there to see their daughter and
sister, Mr,s Leila Gibson, who
underwent an operation for the- re
moval of her appendix Monday.
Ihey reported her condition to be
Airs. T. W. Angel, Jr., has been
confined to her room for the pas.t
week suffering from bronchitis.
Air. and Airs. Robert T. Bryson
and daughter, Aliss Alattie Pearl.
of West's Alill, spent Sunday in
Dulard, Ga., with their cousins, Air
and Airs, D. Arthur Allen.
CARD OF THANKS
To. the neighbors and friends, who
were so untiring in their .efforts to
help in the sickness and death of
our mother, we find words inad-
quate in expressing our apprecia
tion. We assure you that your
many deeds of kindness and words
of sympathy will never be forgot
ten. Also for the beautiful floral
THE AlcGAHA FAAIILY.
J. D,, Brendle, Route 4t Franklin,
1 am making up orders, for 5,000
to 10,000 lbs. high percentage purity
Lespedeza for March 1st delivery,
at $5.25 per 100 lbs. Leave your
orders and money this iand next
week. Can get, more if needed at
above price. C. T. BLAINE.
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Girls! Own your own business.
Earn $75 to $100 per week. Ha,ve
others earning for you, Yes, It U
the beauty busine&s, EVERY
WOMAN . YOUR CUTSOMER;
Today now while you think of it
write and learn how you can learn
the profession. Open your own
shop. We train you furnish your
own shop with a small'' payment,
We help you to succeed. New
classes forming now. Continental
College of Beauty Culture, High
Point, N. C.
FOR SALE New radio at a
bargain. Apply at Press Office.
FOR SALE Two lots on River-
view street R. F. Davis, Demor
SEED POTATOES - Certified
Maine grown Cobblers, Green
Mountains, Spaulding Rose.
FOR RENT Apartment, four
rooms, bath and. sun parlor, all.
modern conveniences. Also ' two
See D. G. Stewart.
See me about your onion sets and
trost proof cabbage plants. Oranges
$I.UU per bushel.
The Pcddlar-C. C. Beeco.
TOBACCO SEED-Judy's Pride,
Shipp's, Bell's .in original sealed
packages. Now is the time to plant
seed beds. farmers Federation
FOR SALE-A farm one-fourth
mile from highway and railroad,
containing about 55 acres, six-room
house, new barn, out buildings.
borne river bottom land also some
fine timber. Call at Press nffirp.
FREE If excess acid
pains of Stomach Ulcers. Indit'es-
tion. Heartburn. Belchino- ninatintr
iNausea, Uas fains, eret free Samt.lp
Udga, at Perry's Drug Store.
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I will have a shipment nf snnn
pounds Korean Lespedeza March
jst purity 987o or better and but
(2) dodder to the ounce, at $5.00
per 100 pounds. See me for what
you want of this at once.
C. T. BLAINE.
FOR SALE 100 acre farm fivo
miles from town in Millshoal
township 4-room house, h.-irn 75
acres under fence, 1 12 apple trees,
o acres cultivation. See or write
A COMPLETE STOCK
Lespedeza, Garden Seeds and
Grass Seeds. Finest varieties.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
Macon County Supply Co-
Hardware, Mill Supplies, Farm Implements
LYMAN HIGDON AND HARVE BRYANT, Mgr.
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Jllice 4 No. 2 cans
Beans, 3 lbs.
k No. 2
Gelatin phages QC
8 Per Cent Cotton Seed
Carrots, bunch 5c Tomatoes, 2 lbs. 15c
Sweet Potatoes, five lbs. 13c
Green Beans, two lbs. 15c
Spring Onions, bunch 5c
Baeim, HDd. 25
WeSimeii's, fllb. USD
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