Thursday, june is, im THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN Miss Rickman Graduates From Winthrop College On June 5 Miss Alice Rickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rickman, of Leatherman, was grad- SOCIAL ACTIVITIES and COMINGS AND GOINGS MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104 M Saondlers' Store . 4 GARDEN CLUB WILL HOLD SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the Frank lin Garden club is called for Mon day, June 19, at 3 o'clock at the home of Miss Mary Willis. Purpose of the meeting is discus sion of a playground for the chil dren. Every member is urged to be present. BAPTIST W. M U. TO MEET THURSDAY, JUNE 22 The Woman's Missionary Union of the Franklin Baptist church will meet for the regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon, June 23 at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Carpenter; Circle No. 2, will meet with Mrs. W. G. Wilkie, at her home on the Georgia road, while Circle No. 3 will meet with Mrs. Henry D. West at her home on the Georgia road. The Heck Memorial program will be observed at these meetings, and an of'ering will be taken at this time. All members' are request ed to be present. U. D. C. MET MONDAY AT MOODY FARM The Macon County Chapter of the United Daughter of the Con federacy met on Mionday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Moody farm, with Mrs. C Frank Moody as hostess. In the absence of Miss Eliza beth Slagle, president, Mrs. Carl S. Slagle, presided over the .busi ness session. The chapter has assumed the ob ligation of keeping the plot, on which the Confederate" monument stands on the public square, clear of all rubbish and trash and the grass kept mowed. , . ' One of the three remaining con federate veterans, W. M. Roper, of Franklin Route 3, was reported to be a patient at Angel hospital. Members of the chapter were asked to visit him. ' A very educational, as well as interesting, paper on the life -and career of Jefferson Davis, was read by Miss Nora Leach. The next meeting will be held at the hiome of Miss Nora Leach, on West Main street, on Monday, July 10. At the conclusion of the meet ing delicious ice cream and cake were served by the hostess and her daughter, Miss Nora Moody. MRS. W. M. BRYSON HOSTESS AT MISCELLAEOUS SHOWER Mrs. W. M. Bryson entertained with a ' miscellaneous shower at her home at Cullasaja on Saturday evening, honoring Mrs. Weimer Gibson, the former Miss Edna Marthia Holland, of Cullasaja. The Bryson home was artistical ly arranged with bowls of pink rases and other summer flowers. Approximately 80 friends were present bringing dainty packages of attractive and useful gifts for the honorce. Mrs. Bryson assisted by her daughter, Miss, Annie Bryson, serv ed delicious ice cream and cake- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith, Jr., and baby, of Greensboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tessier, of Baton Rouge, La., are visiting their moth er, Mrs. Reba Tessier, at the home of 'their grandmother Mrs, Jesse Sloan. Miss Virginia Tessier will return to Greensboro with her sist er to spend the summer. Paul Kaby has been elected as vocational agriculture teacher in the Peachland high school near Wadesboro. Mr. Kaby, a son of the late John and Elsie Allen Raby of West's Mill, was among the 'Ma con county - boys to1 graduate at North Carolina State college at Raleigh last week. Mr. and Mr. P. F. Callahan have moved from an apartment in the old bank building on West Main street to the cottage on Pal mer street formerly occupied 'by Ben McCollum Mr. and Mrs. Hall Swain and small daughter, Betsy Ann, of Greenville, S. C, are .spending the summer with Mrs. Swain's mother, Mrs, W. W. Sloan at Sunnyside Farm. G, Lee Mclntyre, son of Mr. and Mrs.'John Mclntyre, of Frank lin Route 4, received his diploma from the J. W. Cannon high school at Kannapolis on June 6, after com pleting all required work without losing time from his job with the Cannon Mills company in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Clarke Soper, who have been visiting their sister in Chattanooga, Tenn., for the past 10 days, have returned to their home, on Ridgecrest drive. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Blumenthal, of Royston, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. M. Gold, of Cornelia, Ga., spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blumenthal on Bidwell street. Mrs. Bart Fulcher has returned to her home on Franklin Route 2 after a few weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. George Rush; her brother, L. S. Penland, and niece, Mrs. L. C. Swanson, all of Katonah, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Fulcher spent the past week with friends and rel atives at Candler. Mrs. Frank Holbrooks, of Cand ler, is spending this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dalton, at West's Mill. Mr. and "Mrs. Gordon Mitchell, uncle and aunt, of Margaret Mitch ell, author of "Gone With the Wind", visited their cousin, Mrs. E. S. Hunnicutt and Mr. Hunni cutt, last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moscow, of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mr.s.. Sam Solomon, of New York, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blumenthal. Mrs. Frank J. Murray and Miss Sophia' Albert spent Tuesday and Wednesday last week in Bryson City attending a meeting of libra rians. , Miss Margaret Franks, who has been teaching in Kannapolis, is visiting her mother, Mrs- Eloise G. Franks, at the Scott Griffin hotel. Mrs. Fannie Dillard, of Demorest, Ga., who attended the Gibson re union at Bryson, City Sunday, is spending' this week with her sister, Mrs. Nancy Cardon at Leatherman. Miss Eloise Sherrill spent Tues day and Wednesday of last week in Bryson City, with her brother, Munday Sherrill and Mrs. Sherrill. Miss Mattie Pearl Bryson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bryson, of West's Mill, left last week for Greenville, N. C, to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Yoiunce, of Haines City,. Fla., are in town with Mr. Younce's mother, Mrs. Lillie Younce, of Burningtown, who underwent an operation at Angel hospital last week- Mrs. Younce's condition is reported favorably. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Perce, of Albuquerque, N. M., and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Perce, of Gallatin, Tenn., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hunnicutt, Sr. Paul J. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mr.s- Walter ' Gibson, who was among the Macon county boys to graduate at N. C. State college, at Raleigh last week, has been ap pointed assistant county agent of Cherokee county with headquarters in Murphy. Mrs, Frank E. Frye, of Bryson City, spent. Wednesday visiting her daughter, Mrs. James H. Coman and Mr. Coman. v Miss Laura Jones, of Raleigh, is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. George W. Jones, and other relatives and friends irt and near Franklin. Miss Agnes Ledford has returned to her home on Franklin Route 1, after spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Roberts and Mr. Roberts, in Madisonville, Tenn. John Pratt Gore and sister, Hel en, of Asheville, accompanied by Bill Bethea, of Charleston, S. C-, were guests of Miss Virginia Ram sey and family at Tellico, recently. Misses Virginia Scott and Gwen-. dolyn Morgan are attending sum mer school at Brevard college. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watkias re turned to their home in Albany, Ga., Sunday, after visiting Mrs. Watkins' father, J. A. Conley, and sister, Mrs. H. O. Cozad. Little Miss Ann Lyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lyle, left Monday morning for Washington, Ga., to visit her aunt, Mrs, Clem Sutton and Mr. Sutton ' 0 1 1 . if 1 -V MISS ALICE RICKMAN uated from Winthrop college, Rock Hill, S. C, with a bachelor of arts degree. Her major work has been in the fields of history, economics, and English. . . Each semester of her junior and senior year she has been rated as an honor student because of schol astic achievements. . She has done outstanding work in public speak ing and parliamentary procedure, and this year was tapped into Delta Epsilon Alpha, honor society for public speaking. Miss Rickman has accepted a position as teacher of histiory in the Gramling high school, ram- ling, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis and daughter, Barbara, of Winston Salem, are spending two, weeks with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr- and Mrs. John F. Cunningham, at their home on Franklin Route 2. Miss Alice Rickman, who has been attending Winthrop college, at Rock Hill, S. C, returned last week to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rickman, at Leatherman. - Miss Josephine Weaver, of Hayesville, is spending several days here with Mr. and Mrs.. Sam W. Mendenhall, at their home on Har rison avenue. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Bryson, and family, of Missouri, arrived here Sunday for a visit with Mr. Bry son's sister, Mrs. John M. Moore, and Mr. Moore, at their home on White Oak street, and Mrs. Bry son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Dean, at their home at Etna. CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT Funeral Benefit Insurance Costs Are Surprisingly Small Rates From 24c Month Up According To Age Benefits are Provided in the Amount of $100 for Persons Over 10 Years of Age and in the Amount of $50 for Per sons Under 10 Years of Age. Bryant Burial Ass'n. Franklin, N. C. jdmerica (business Glut PRESENTS A'BftOTHtrV PETE PA'M Formerly of WLS National Barn Dane In HILL-BILLY MUSICOMEDY 12-Couple Square Dance Team Bring the Whole Family to Lee Edwards Auditorium Saturday. June 17 8:30 P. M. CHILDREN 25 ADULTS . 6S( RESERVED 75. Get tickets in Avheville at Burton & Son, SewrW, Roebuck & Co., The Village Library, GxmxW Drug Store and Johnson Drug Co. r.f fe , i W m mm A r w- 1 : V A June Special Only Ladies' Full Fashioned Hose 39" Men's Work Shoes (good plough shoes) $1.49 Boys' Wash Pants, sizes 8 to 18 ...... 73c Ladies' White Shoes, close outs, broken sizes, real values $1.00 Anvil" Overalls, priced at $1.10 Ladies' Silk Dresses, all kinds, $1.25 to $0.98 good values Ladies' Voile and Sheer Dresses, cool and QQc washable, the summer's best Men's Dress Oxfords, $2.00 values, $1.49 extra special New Prints, new summer patterns,, our very best grades. Sew now ahead of 1 Cc hot days. Price per yd. L L Sheeting, the very best grade, price per yd Curtain Cloth, all colors, per yd ,; Boys' Shorts, "Anvil Brand" 69' Men's Summer Pants, light weight 98c Men's Oxfords, whites, blacks, browns, $3.50 values. Special $0.69 Men's Hats, reclaimed, good values 49 Lion Brand" Hats for men and young men, new summer colors, all brims to suit you. Hats worth $3.50. $1.98 Special '. Girls' Slacks, sizes to 20, only 69c Girls' Shorts, priced at ... 49c Farmerettes, good colors, pretty halters .: 98' Men's Dress Shirts, "Block's" $1.50 QQ Shirt, only '. -O Children's Summer Clothes, Shoes, Hose Men and Women's Wear at Special Prices siinidloirs9 Step FRANKLIN, N. C
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