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f Hfi FftANlCLlN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS -MACON IAN
THURSDAY,' APRIL. 27, 1939
Franklin Bfligh School Graduating Class
fc ip 4ri M ci W fci w U H i
Above arc the members 'of the graduating class of the Franklin high school. From left to right, they are: Front row, Doris Corbin
Connie Mason, Edith Morgan, Hazel Sjnith, Ruth Cabe, Carolyn Keener, Eugenia Duncan, Modelle Roberson, Edith Cabe, Hallie Cabe'
Ruth- Nichols, Kate Moffitt, .oui.sc Waldroop, Osecola Lewis, Gladys Guest, Edith Cunningham, Kate Hurst Fannie Burr Bennett, Lynette
Martin, Bertha Cabe; second row, Lillian Jones Mary Jo SetsGr, Elizabeth Rojchester,. Virginia Tessier, Lucy Welch, Cleo Lowe, Trixie Lee
Rowland, Inez Poindcxter, Hazel Bradley, Eddis Holden, Mattie Pearl Raby, Etta Stanfield, Elizabeth Cabe, Esta Mae Childers, Hazel Du
vall, Marie Scott, Freddie HallMae Belle Conley, Helen Browning, Bert Hall; third row, Edwin Bradley, Kenneth Young, Jack Tessier
. Mitchell .McCoy, Zcb Meadows, Charles Owens, Frank Flemmings, Carlyle Shepherd, J. C. Jacobs, John Shope, 'Billy Corbin, Frank Bryson'
Robert Byrd, Max Raby, Harry Higgins, John Slagle, George Patron, Eugene Furr; fourth row, Virgil Meadows, Joe Pattillo, Hurshell Hen
son, Albert Ramsey, Charles Hunhicutt, Turner DeHart, Harold Roper, James Nofris, Wilson Ledford, George Sellers, Julian Poliakoff
Brownlow Addington, Mack; Pattern, and Fred Dowdle. The mascots are Sue Williams and George Wells. Photo by Crisp studio Franklin'
Van Arnam's "Funmakers
Coming To Franklin Next
Saturday Night, April 29
This is the 25th anniversary tour
of the well known John R. Van
Arnam's Funmakers who will be
in Franklin next Saturday, April
29, and in celebration .of this an
niversary event, .Manager Roberts
has carefully selected a large cast
of noted stage, screen and radio
players who will present a fast mov
ing vaudeville, musical comedy and
The .show is sponsored by the
Franklin fire department.
Prices are common sense prices,
adults 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Only one complete show starting at
8 p. m. and running two and one
half hours. Tent Theatre opens at
7:15 p. m. Orchestra concert from
7:30 to 8 p. m. Auto parking free.
The tent theatre will be pitched on
the Murray lot on the Murphy
The show will feature Billy Barty
and sisters. Billy, the biggest little
comedian from Hollywood, was a
former star of "Our Gang" come
dies arid Mickey McGoiire comedies,
a featured star in "Gold Diggers,"
Alice In Wonderland," "Footlight
Parade," Eddie Cantor's "Roman
Scandals," also "Nothing Sacred"
and many others.
Exports of American wheat and
flour since last July have totaled
DOROTHV LEE MORRISON
tiKMKKS! V , a
BENEFIT FIRE DEPT.
Murray Lot on Murphy Road
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Medal for Debating
Medal for Athletics
83 Graduates Get Diplomas
(Continued From Page One
ginia Tessier, Edith Cabe, Mildred
Hershel 'Henson, Brownlow Ad
dington, Robert Byrd, Frank Bry
son, Thomas 'Corbin,' -Turner De
Hart, Frank Flemming, Jr., Harry
Higgins, Jr., Charles Hunnicutt,
7.eb Meadows, Monroe Nelson, Joe
Pattillo, Julian Poliakoff, Harold
Roper, Charles Setser, George
Sellers, John . Shope, John Slagle,
William Wilkie, Jack Tessjer, Ed
win Bradley, William Corbin, Fred
Dowdle, .Eugene Furr, Bert Hall,
J. C. Jacobs, Lee Keener, Wilson
Ledford,- Virgil -Meadows, Mitchel
McCoy, James Norris, Chayles
Owens, George Patton, Albert Ram-.
'Seyv jr., Clyde Shepherd, Mack
Patton, Max Raby, Kenneth Young
and Jack Tajley.
Dinner For J. M. Broughton
Through the efforts of D. Rob
ert . Davis, who has been chairman
of the board of education during
the past year, a most enjoyable
dinner was given at the Tavern
on Friday evening, just before the
hour for the graduating exercises,
in honor of Hon. arid Mrs. J,. M.
B rough ton.
Principal J. R. Wells presided,
and short talks were made, by Sup
erintendent M. D. Billing Robert
A. Patton and the guest of honor.
Those present included : Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Broughton, M. D. Bil
lings, Robert A. Patton, Miss Olivia
Patton, Mrs. Eloise G. Franks, Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Carl S. Slagle, Mr. and
Mrs. P. F, Callahan, Dr. and Mrs.
N. G. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Frank
Killian, Mrs. Elsie Franks, Mis,s
Jennie Gilliam, Mrs. Helen Macon,
Prof, and Mrs. J. R. Wells, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Robert Davis, R. S.
Jones, John Norton, Mr. and, Mrs.
Harry S, Higgins.
. - Murray Lot on Murphy Road T) J
CHARLES R. HUNNICUTT . TTI
Medal for Athletics
1 IHScSttUS SlESTBS
aft OtOPl-:, 2Z
Broadway . SS-S' m-m'"'i iiiiflfiW ei" J
. . p- manB
Medal for Debating
By EFF.IE WILSON
N. H. McKinney wa.s visiting rel
atives on Turtle Pond last week.
Mrs. H. C. Wilson is very sick
at her home on Broadway.
Glenn Wilson is recovering from
a case of measles.
Mrs. Josephine Gaines was vis
iting the sick in this community
Lily Cabe was visiting at Andy
Zoa Wilson is recovering from
a bad case of flu.
Edna Wilson is recovering from
Harnett county growers appear
to be pleased with their checks for
participation in the 1938 agricultural
conservation program, reports C. R.
Amnions, farm agent. V .
The number of Buncombe county
farmers oarticinatinef in thp aori-
cultural conservation program has
jumped from 540 in 1936 to 3,400 in
1939, reports C. Y. Tilson. .farm
Featuring for the First Time with
Any Tent Show
THE BIGGEST LITTLE COMEDIAN FROM
Late Star of "Our Gang Comedies"
PA, MA, EVELYN AND DOLORES, HIS
SISTERS, THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL
GREET YOU PERSONALLY
DONT MISS THIS TREAT
St,EEAR AT PERRY'S DRUG STORE
BETWEEN 12:30 AND 1 P. M., APRIL 29
TO MEET YOU PERSONALLY
COME AND SAY HELLO TO HIM