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    THURSDAY, JULY 27, 193S
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
PACE THREE
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CON LEY, PHONE 104
SNYDER.ARRENDALE
Macon county friends of Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Snyder, of Cor
nelia, Ga.,' will he interested in the
announcement of the marriage of
their daughter, Lois to Roy Aren
. dale which occurred on July 17 at
Jefferson, Ga.
MRS. BARNARD HOSTESS
TO BIBLE CLASS
Mrs. Lee Barnard, Mrs. Henry
W. Cabe, Mrs. J). Robert Cabe,. and
Mrs. Gordon Moore were hostesses to
the F. S. Johnston Bible class of
the Franklin Methodist church ' at
the home of the former at Mimosa
Inn on the Murphy road on
Thursday afternoon with 15 mem
bers 'and visitors present.
Mrs. Lester S. Conley presided
in the absence of the. president,
Mrs. W. W. Sloan. Mrs. Lester
1 lenderson, secretary-treasurer of
the class, tendered her resignation
and Mrs. Herbert K. Church was
elected to fill her unexpired term.
. Committees appointed were: Fin
ance, Mrs. L. H. Page, chairman;
Mrs. Henry W. Cabe, Mrs. C. L.
Morton, Mrs. 1'. F. Callahan, and
Mrs. Roy G. Be.shears; flowers,
Mrs. 11. O. C'ozad, chairman; Mrs.
A. B. Slagle, and Mrs. Lester S.
Conley, and welcoming 'committee,
Mrs. 1'. F. Callahan, chairman,
Mrs. C. L. Morton and Mrs. D.
Robert Davis.
At the conclusion of the meet
ing the hostesses served delicious
refreshments.
METHODIST W. M. S. TO
MEET NEXT THURSDAY
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Franklin Methodist church
will meet at 3 p. m. next Thurs
day afternoon, August 3, at the
home of Mrs. Frank T. Smith.
All members are urged to be pres
ent. '
MISS BENETT GIVES
PARTY FOR CLASS
Miss Estelle Bennett, teacher of
ihe nrimarv class of the lotla Bap
tist cnurcn, entertained ner ciass
with an ice cream party at her
home on Franklin Route 3 on Sat
urday afternoon.
Games were enjoyed during the
afternoon.
Members of the class present
were; Ray Smith, Charles Wil
liams, HerscheL Tallent, Frank
Cttnith Tbaadrwjk .-Tsllont Merritt
Fouts, Carol Lee Roper, Gay
Founts, Jessie Lee Downs, Violet
Barnard, Dessie Mae Fouts, Irene
Lowe, Wilma Edwards, Shirley
Lowe, Joyce Swafford, Lois Lowe,
Josephine Burrell, Ed Rowland,
Adeline Burrell and Fred Rowland.
Special guests were Misses Chloe
Parrish, Delma Edwards, and
Derma Cunningham.
Mrs. Harry S. Higgins and son,
Harry, Jr., spent several days in
Chattanooga, Tenn., with friends
last week.
Miss Ruth Higgins returned to
her home Tuesday after attending
summer school at the University
of Tennessee in Chattanooga. She
was accompanied by Miss Bea
By burning 25 lowr than tht
vrag of tha IS other of tho
largest-soiling brands tasted
slower than any of them -CAMELS
give smokers tha equivalent of
THE CIGARETTE OF
COSTUER TOBACCOS
PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR,
PEST CIOARETTB BUY.
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Smythe, who will spend several
days here as the guest of Miss
Higgins.
Miss Vitner, of Atlanta, is here
for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Jack Sanders, and Mr. Sanders, at
their home on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Earl Harrison, Mrs. Lake
Shope, and Misses Gertrude and
Kate Shope spent Wednesday in
Asheville.
Miss Lula .M. Knloe, of Atlanta,
i.s visiting her three .'brothers at
their homes oii Cartoogechaye this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Mashbuni
and two children, of Madison, are
spending a few days visiting rela
tives and friends on Cartoogechaye.
Mrs, Walter Downing and Miss
Nancy Downing, of Atlanta, were
week guests of Mrs. F. L.. Siler.
,Mrs, Harry Barnetz, of Atlanta,
and four children, Harry, Jr., Nell,
Downing and Dawn, and niece,
Poll Downing, of Memphis, Tenn.,'
are visiting Mrs. F. L. Siler.
Mrs. . Ben McCollum . has return
ed from Commerce,' Ga., where she
.spent several days visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Filer.
Mrs, E. R. Kennebrew, of.Gaff
ney, S. C, came in last week to
spend the summer with her sister,
Mrs. George A. Jones, at her home
on West Main street.
George Sellers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Sellers, of Franklin
Route 4, is spending some time
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mr,. Charles B. Bolick, at their
home in Arlington, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter, of
Asheville, and Mrs. Harry Bailey,
of Penland, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Porter's mother, Mrs.
W. J. Zachary, and sister, Mrs.
Harry S. Higgins, at the home
of the latter on Harrison avenue.
Joe- Wright and Luther Jacobs,
of Aquone, were in Franklin on
business Monday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alley,
Cullowhee, attended the funeral of
Mrs. Alley's father, W. E. Mozeley,
Sunday.
Fred W. Wiese, forest ranger of
the Sumter national forest, Wal
halla, S. C, attended the' dedica
tion at Cliff side Lake Saturday.
Mr. Wiese, former recreation plan
ner for the Nantahala national i
forest, developed the plans for the
Chffside area.
The Rev. C. F. Rogers, pastor of
the Franklin Baptist church, and
Mrs. Rogers are attending the
sixth congress of the Baptist World
Alliance in Atlanta. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cantey John
sou and small, son of Madison and
John A. Johnson of Charlotte are
visiting their mother, Mrs. J. W.
C. Johnson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tompkins
entertained with a. picnic supper
at Cliffside Lake last Friday eve
ning in honor of their guest, Miss
Helen Brooks, of Bryson City anil
Mrs. W. M. Hunt of 'Columbia, S.
C. Other guests were Rev. arid
Mrs. Frank Bloxham, Mrs. J. W.
C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs;. Ben W.
Woodruff and John Ansel.
N. H. Stiles, of Haines City,
Fla., spent a. few days here visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Marietta
Cooper, at her home on West
Main street.
Paul H. Gerrard, supervisor of
the Cherokee National Forest,
Cleveland, Tenn., Mrs. Gerrard, arid
small daughter, Jacque, attended
the dedication of Cliffside Lake
Saturday, and are spending a few
days in Franklin the guests of
Miss Lassie Kelly, at Kelly's Tea
Room. Mr. Gerrard is a forrher
supervisor of the Nantahala Na
tional Forest.
Miss. Dorothy Stewart, Atlanta,
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Stewart,
at their home on Riverview street.
Miss Timoxena Sloan, Atlanta,
is spending several days with her
mother, Mr,s. J. S. Sloan, at her
home in East Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon West and
daughter, of Detroit, Mich., and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph West, and
daughter, of Winston-Salem, spent
Saturday afternoon here visiting
their uncle, C. C; West.
Mrs. J. L. Barnard has return
ed to her home here after spending
two weeks in Salisbury with her
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Hcarn, and
Mr. Hearn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Brysori
have moved into the new Tippctt
house on Harrison avenue.
R. Van Sisk, Charlotte, spent
Saturday with his mother, Mrs. R.
D. Sisk, at her home on lotla
street, after spending a week in
Asheville, attending the conven
tion of the board of examiners of
plumbing and heating contractors,
of which he is a member.
Mrs. Bertha Naylor, Asheville,
spent last week visiting her moth
er, Mrs. W. G. Wilkie.
Mr., and Mrs. Wesley Smith,
Hains City, Fla., are spending sev
eral days in Franklin the gtiests of
R. M. Waldroop, at her home on
Harrison avenue.
Miss Jarvis Ledford has return
ed to her home here after spend
ing three weeks with her sister,
Mrs. K. R. Helton, and Sgt. Hel
ton, at their home in Clemson,
S. C ' '
BABY DERBY QUEEN
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PEGGY DUNBAR, FRANKLIN -
Peggy won the $100 and Loving Cup. This is an additional cup
awarded as second prize. Peggy is the two years old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harley Dunbar, Franklin. Mrs. John Blaine, Franklin, is
the only living grandparent. Peggy has blue eyes, blonde hair and
weighed 31 pounds at .the start of the Baby Derby, and, too, we don't
know whether she lost or gained any weight due to the .speed she
used in winning number two prize in the Derby. It was a close race.
Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Nothstein
and daughter, of Andrews, spent
Saturday here with friends and
attended the dedication at Cliff
side Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Blackburn
Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Blackmon of Rock Hill, S. C; Mrs.
Lynnton Estes and Oscar Wylie
of Gastonia and Miss Jane Wylie
of Kilter, S. C, were guests of
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson last week.
Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Estes are a
brother and sister of Mrs, Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Dowdle,
and daughter, Ida Mae, and How
ard Barnard, returned to their
homes here Wednesday night after
five weeks' touring through the
western states. ' .
Mrs. Herbert E. Church attend
ed a tea given by Misses Margaret
Messer and Pearl McHan at the
home of the former in Bryson
City Friday afternoon, when the
engagement and approaching mar
riage of Miss Ora Lee Doughtry
to LeRoy . Sossamon, of Midland,
was announced.
Mrs. A.. B. O'Mohundro. of
Sparta, spent the latter part of
the past week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L- Barnard.
Mrs. A. E. Gouge, of Bakers
ville, spent Saturday vi&iting her
mother, Mrs. R. D. Sisk, at her
home on lotla street.
George B. Patton returned from
Raleigh Saturday where he spent
several days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Marcus and
daughter, Ellen, have returned to
their home in Richmond, Va., after
spending a week with Mrs. Mar
cus' mother,.'. Mrs-. B.- M. Horn.
Miss Adele Lans, of New York
City, arrived Sunday to spend a
week as the house guest of Mr.
and M rs. Ellis Clarke Soper at
their home on Ridgecre.st drive.
Misses Lola and Jessie Ramsey,
accompanied by Misses Hazel Hyde,
Barbara Shafford and Ollie Whit
aker, of Andrews, spent last week
at Carolina Beach.
Samuel J. Murray, who has been
a patient in. a veterans' hospital
in Johnson City. Tenn., for the
past month, returned to his - hom
on lotla street Saturday.
Miss Virginia Slagle, who has
been taking special school work
at the University of North Caro
lina, at Chapel Hill, returned to
her home here Wednesday.
Mrs. Zeb W. Conley. returned
from Rocky Mount Sunday after
a visit to her . mother, Mrs. Eli
Whitehead, and other relatives.
Miss Josephine Weaver, of
HayusvilleJ was here the first of
the week visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Menden
hall. H. L. Bryant has returned from
Wrightsville . Beach, where he
spent" a week fishing and swim
ming. Mr. Bryant was' a guest of
the General Electric company.
Phillip Blumenthal, a student at
the University of North Carolina
at . Chapel Hill, and who attended
the summer session, came in Sun
day to spend his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Blumenthal, at their home on Bid
welt street.
' Mr. and Mrs. Wade Moody and
daughter, Miss Marian Moody, of
Asheville, spent this week visit
ing, their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Moody on lotla and Mrs.
John Ramsey on lotla street.
- Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hall hav
returned to their home in Royal
Oak, Mich., after a . visit to
Mr. Hall's mother, Mrs. John W.
Hall, at her home on Bidwell
trect.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Holbrooks
and son, Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs.
Major Holbrooks, all of Detroit,
Mich., came in Sunday to jspend
two weeks with Messrs. Hol
brook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Holbrooks, at their home at West's
Mill.
The Rev. Stuart Rohre, of Port
Lavaca, Texas ; Paul Snead, of
Isabell, Okla., president of the
Oklahoma Young People's council,
and Randall Durant, of Durant,
Okla., have returned to their re
spective homes after visiting Mrs.
John W. Hall, at her home on
Bidwell street.
Births
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stewart an
nounce the birth of a son, James
Daniel, at Angel hospital on Thurs
day. July 20. Mrs. Stewart is .the
former Miss Marie Palmer.
A son, John Randolph, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. John Bulgin at
their home in West Franklin on
Saturday, July 22.-
On Tuesday, July 25, a son was
born to Mr. and Mr& Don Henry
at their home in East Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jamison, of
Franklin and Hayesville, announce
the birth of a son, John, Jr., on
July 16, at Petrie hospital in
Murphy.
Hospital News
Thela Ledford underwent an op
eration at the hospital Tuesday.
Master Eugene Williams, ofTel
hep . Plains, Tennessee, has been
a patient in the hospital for the
last two months under, treatment
for a foot deformity. He is doing
well.
Miss Barbara Hurst, of Franklin
Route 2, is a patient in the hos
pital suffering from severe burns
of" the face and eyes. She was
burned when a canning - machine
exploded.
Miss Florence Heason is a pa
tient in the hospital suffering from
the effects of Lysol poisoning
which she drank accidentally. She
will recover.-
Mrs. W. R. Woodard, of Etna,
underwent an operation for appen
dicitis Tuesday. She is doing well.
Dover Shuler, of West's Mill,
was brought to the hospital Tues
day and underwent an operation
for acute appendicitis. -
Howard Bradley, of Etna, under
went a major operation Tuesday
afternoon. His condition is satis
factory. Mrs. Clarence Moses, of Gaston
ia, underwent . a major operation
this week. She is a former resi
dent of Macon county.
Mrs. Henry Wilkie, of Franklin,
was operated on Tuesday. Her con
dition ts satisfactory.
Ralph Jones, of Aquone,' under
went an operation .for the removal
of a tumor. His condition is good.
Hoit Clampitt underwent an
emergency operation Monday aft
ernoon. He is a fbrmer resident of
Macon county.
EASY
It's easy to spot 4-H corn pro
jects in a field of the same grain,
says Beaufort County Assistant
Agent A. L. Eagles, because of
their superior appearance.
Following extension service rec
ommendations for controlling boll
weevils through the use of a molasses-calcium
arsenate . poison,
Halifax county farmers report ex
cellent results,
West's Mill
. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryson and
daughter, Nora Lee, of Detroit,
Mich., came in Saturday night for
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bryson.
Lee Fowler, of High- Point, is
visiting his 'sister, Mrs. W. E.
Allen and Mr. Allen.
Grady Mason and two daughters,
Margaret and - Margie, of Clear
water, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.
Earle Glisson, and two children
spent last week visiting Mr. Mas
on's aunt, Mrs. J. B. Matlock and
Mr. Matlock. J
Mr, and Mrs. Vance Holbrooks,
of Waynesville, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Holbrooks for sev
eral days. . .
Miss Ruth Smith and brother,
Clyde, of Cullowhee, spent the
week-end with their grandmother,
Mrs. J. L. West, Sr.
Misses Arphia and Viiinie Hol
brooks, of Winston-Salem, are
spending some time with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hol
brooks. Mrs. Albert Raby and daughter,
Ruth, of Spruce Pine, are visiting
relatives for a few days.
Mrs. Omer Enloe, who has been
quite ill at her home near Leather-
man, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Moore
and children were visiting Mrs. A
Moore, and Miss Hazel Moore, of
Waynesville, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bowles, of
Winston-Salem, are visiting Mrs.
Bowles' mother, Mrs. Ben R. Gib
son. N
Mrs. Chace Tatham and Mrs.
Roy Sheffey, of Robbinsville, were
visiting Mrs. Tatham's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred McGaha, recently.
Lee Allen, who is an enrollee in
the CCC camp at Otto, is visiting
his grandmother, Mrs. M. L. Rick
man. Cartoogechaye
By MARY JO SETSER
Fannie Mae and Rufus Setser,
of Franklin, are spending this
week visiting friends and relatives
here. '
Rev. Frank Heffner, a student
at Duke University, preached
Sunday night at Mt. Zion Metho
dist church in the absence of Rev.
J. C. Swaim, the regular pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Dalrymple
and family spent Saturday at
Cliffside.
Miss Callie Setser, of Prentiss,
spent the past wek-end at the
home of Joe Setser.
All Plans Completed
For Farm Convention
Five full days of. education and
entertainment are in store for
rural men and women who at
tend State college's 36th annual
farm and home week, July 31-Aug-
ust 4.
With advance registrations al
ready above last year's mark at
the same time, . State college of
ficials believe this year's atten
dance will smash all previous rec
ords. '
Upon payment of the registra
tion fee of one dollar, either in
advance or on arrival at the col
lege Monday, July 31, the visitor
will be entitled to a room in one
of the college dormitories for the
entire week. Meals may be ob
tained in the college cafeteria for
75 cents to $1 a day.
This year's program has been
lightened considerably, John W.
Goodman and Mis,s Ruth Current,
of the State college extension ser
vice, said. More stress will be
placed on things to see rather
than things to hear.
Toward this end, the ' college
staff has arranged a multitude of
exhibits and displays that is ex
pected to give visitors a picture
of modern, scientific farming and
home-making. For iastance,' the
men will see elaborate displays of
farm machinery, while the women
will see model kitchens and labor
saving devices.
An impressive list of speakers,
ARCHITECTS
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Zee PRODUCT
Ma kr Ik Soulln wa ftlal
Reeves Hardware Co.
FRANKLIN, N. C.
headed by Governor Clyde K.
Hoey, has been secured for this
annual event. Some of those to be
heard include: Dr. E. V., McCol
lum,' head of the school of hygiene
and public health of Johns Hop
kins University; Qstar Johnston,
president of the National Cotton
Council; Dr. Bayard Carter and
Dr. Randolph Jones, Jr., both of
Duke University Medical school;
and T. B. Hutcheson, head of the
V. P. 1. agronomy department.
County and home agents can
furnish 'Complete details of this
event, to which ,every farmer and
farm woman is invited. '
Large Tomatoes Brought
In By Mr. Buchanan
B. E. Buchanan, who lives on
Franklin Route 4, brought to The
Press office Tuesday a cluster of
yellow tomatoes which was one of
the largest ever seen here, the
cluster weighing more than four
pounds. i
PAYS WELL
, Poultry pays well in Transylvan
ia county as evidenced by the July
monthly reports of demonstration
flocks which showed an average
of over 20 eggs a bird and a sub
stantial profit for the owners.
LESS
Livestock shipping losses from
death and injury were 13 per
cent less in 1939 than in 1937, ac
cording to a report of the Na
tional livestock loss prevention
board.
Macon Theatre
Matinee 3:30 P. M.
Night Show 7:30 ami 9:30
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
II P. M. SATURDAYS
'ROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, JULY 28
RICHARD DIX IN
"TWELVE CROWDED
HOURS"
With: LUCILLE BALL,
DONALD M.cBRIDE
ALLAN LANE
It's crowded with action from
start to finish !
SATURDAY, JULY 29
Double Feature Program
A price on his head to be paid
in hot lead
Thrills and songs as
CHARLES STARRETT
swings into his saddle in the
"THUNDERING
WEST"
And
A man hunt traps a cop's own sop
"MY SON IS A
CRIMINAL"
With: ALLAN BAXTER
GORDON OLIVER
WILLARD ROBERTSON
MON.-TUES, JULY 31 -AUG. 1
IRVING BERLIN'S .ix mw .one I
SONJA HINE'S retat briUiancal
SONJA HEINIE'S rreatett brilli
ance! TYRONE POWER'S gay romance!
RUDY VALLEE'S inging!
EDNA MAE OLIVER'S fun!
New Star MARY HEALY
All in one grand picture
"SECOND FIDDLE"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2
"DEVILS ISLAND"
BORIS KARLOFF
NEDDA HARRIGAN
This is a picture you shouldn't miss
THURSDAY, ANGUST 3
"GOOD GIRLS GO
TO PARIS"
MELVIN DOUGLAS
JOAN BLONDELL
WALTER CONNOLLY
ALAN CURTIS, JOAN PERRY
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