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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON.IAN
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1939
Compliance reports' indicate that
90 per cent or more of the Har
nett county growers having an ex
cess of. co'tton are bringing .their
acreage f. within the allotecl figures.
J. E. Potts & Son
Franklin, N. C.
, AND SERVICE
AT FAIR PRICES
JOIN OUR MUTUAL BURIAL
SOLID OAK CASKETS
30 Others, Ranging in
Price from $65 Up
See the new 1940
will be on display
MISS DAVIS ENTERTAINED
AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
.Mrs. H. O. Cozad, Mrs. Henry
W. Cabe, - Mrs. T. W. Porter, Sr.,
Mrs.' . Paul Carpenter and Miss
.Margaret Cozad' delightfully en
tertained -with' a miscellaneous
shower, on Wednesday afternoon,
October 4, at . the home of Mrs.
Lester S. 'Conley .on Harrison ave
nue as a courtesy to Miss Rachel
Davis of Highlands, whose marriage
to the Rev. Alexander Keener, of
Covington, Ky., is scheduled, to take
place on Thursday, November 27.
The living room atul dining room
which were, thrown ensuite,' were
artistically decorated with bowls .of
dahlias, .Mexican sunflowers, wild
asters and goldenrod. ...
The bride-elect wore a lovely
port brown dress and her only
ornament was a pearl pendant.
Miss Margaret Cozad presented
the gifts in a clever and unique
way by telling that a "Relief pack
age" had been left here and that
j upon .opening, it was found to be
'for Miss Davis. She found , that the
! "Goddess of Love" had changed
; the contents from a food package
to that of lovely gifts appropriate
for a bride. With each gift wan a
verse or joke which caused much
Between 40 and 50 guests were
invited, to which the hostesses serv
ed delicious punch, cake and mints.
Mis. Davis left Thursday for
points in Georgia for a visit, after
which she will g.o to Lexington,
Ky., to visit her brother, the Kev.
Warner P. Davis, at whose home
the wedding will take place.
Future Farmers Attend
Baby Beef Show
The agricultural students of the
Franklin high school attended the
Baby Beef Show at Asheville 72
strong last week. Some of the re
mark, made by the boys were,
"The grand champion was soft as
wool," and "1 never believed that
it was possible to get a calf so
fat." Several of the boys are plan
ning to feed a calf for the show
. Berlin Welch, Reporter.
Pentecostal Revival To,
Be Held AtJMssaja
By MRS. JOE SETSER
Mrs. Hattie Moore, our oldest
citizen, will celebrate her birthday
Friday 13. She will be 90 year,
old. Her children and friends are
planning a dinner in her honor Sun
day at the home of her grandson,
Charles Nolen. Relatives from Bre
vard and Hendersonville are ex
pected and among them will be her
young brother, Tom Gash, 89. .
Mrs. Judith Jacobs, who has
been spending some time with her
brother, H. C. Hurst, has gone' to
visit her sister, Mrs. Robert Ram
sey, at Telltco. She expects to re
turn to her home in Oklahoma for
the .winter, '
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service held , an all-day meet
ing with Mrs. Joe Setser Wednes
day. Those present were Mesdames
Chas: Nolen, Horace Hurst, Carl
and v red Slagle. Mrs. J. H, Brook
shire was a dinner guest.
Harold Enloe and Bobby Arthur
went to Raleigh Wednesday to at
tend the State Fair. George Setser
went Thursday with E, J. Whit-
mire and the Agriculture class of
Franklin high .school.
Miss' Annie Slagle is spending
some time witn ner neice, Airs.
Ross Zachery, in Concord,
Bechard Dills and Julian Kiser,
who have been in a CCC camp in
Oregon but were recently trans
ferred to North Carolina, are vis
iting their home folks,
Richard Slagle has gone to New
Martinsville, W.V'a., to work with
the U; S. Geological Survey, ,
Edith. Cunningham enter
a numberi oirff&t friends
FOR RENT Furnished and
heated bedroom on Harrison ve
nut. Close in. Apply Press Office.
FOR SALE About 15,000 used
brick at a bargain. See J, H.
WANTED Fir,st class trained
rabbit hounds. R. H. Crawford,
liejaumner on Monday evening.
ctober 16, at 7:30 o'clock, a two
weeks' series of evangelistic serv
ices will begin at the Cullasaja
Pentecostal church five miles out
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on the t ranKiin-nignianas nigu
wav. The services will be under
the leadership of Miss Helen Funk
and Miss Eva Lee Nicholson, of
Deer Lodge, Mont. The public is
cordially invited to attend these
PILAN T UBIEAT
COiLID) WE ATBHIEIIR
'With all the frills and doodads omit
ted, the program listed below will
prepare your home for winter. Check
your home against each point now!
STEP N U M B E R 1
Storm Doors and Windows
Storm doors and windows enable you
to save as much as 25 on your
winter fuel bill, as well as keeping
your home temperature healthfully
constant. They also eliminate most
STEP NUMBER 2
Check Your Heating System
You'll wage a losing battle against
winter's chilly blasts if your stove
is inadequate.' See our Auto Wood
Heaters with Thermostatic Draft
STEP NUMBER 4
Roofing Is Important
Good roofing not Only prevents water
from leaking in but also slops cold
from entering. Make yours weather
STEP NUMBER 3
Insulation practically pays for itself
in fuel savings. It, too, keeps the
temperature constant inside and pre
vents drafts. It', a sound investment!
We Carry a Complete Line of Quality Building
Supplies Consult Us Without Obligation !
Franklin Hardware Co.
Hard ware and Builders Supplies
A. R. HICDON, Manager FRANKLIN, N, C.
F)R RENT 6-room furnished
home on Harrison avenue. All con
veniences. C. T. Blaine....'. -
FOR RENT The house on
Palmer street, known as the J. R.
Pendergrass place. O. C Bryant.
S14 tfc -.
FOR RENT Attractive furnished
room, air conditioned heat. Apply
Carolina Apartment, Main Street.
Saturday night with "a party. Every
one had an enjoyable evening and
near the. close of the evening the
hostess served . delicious sweet
jfack Vinson, of New York, is
visiting his parents this week, Mr.
and Mrs. John Vinson.
Norman Cabe is critically ill at
his home with pneumonia.
Miss Ella Bradley has been quite
ill with pneumonia, but is improved.
Mr. and Mrs. .'Marshal Lowery
attended the Southeastern Fair in
Atlanta the past week-end.
Mrs. W. M. Parrish attended the
meeting of the postmasters in
Washington, D, C., this week. . '
Mr. and Mrs.; Albert Dykes, of
Knoxville, . Tenn.. visited M rs.
Dykes' parents, Mr. arid Mrs.
Oscar Buchanan, . over the week
end. Miss Hazel Buchanan return
ed home with them. Miss Myrtle
Buchanan, of Anderson, S. C.'also
visited her parents. She was ac
companied by Claude and Orando
Campbell, of Anderson.
Mrs. Jim Cabe- and daughter,
Mm Ruby Cabe, visited Mrs.
Cabe's sister, Mrs. Wiley Wilson
and Mr. Wilson, at Cherokee. .While
there they attended, the Cherokee
Indian Fair, ,
Mr and Mrs. Claude Jolley and
BUI Jolley, of Canton, Ohio, visited
Mrs, L, C, Holbrdoks recently Bill
plans to spend the winter here.
Close Out Sale
Everything at Wholesale
Lard, 8 lb. ctn. . . J-jc
Hour, Kentucky Rose, 24 lbs. JJc
Coffee, Pure Rio, 2 lbs. 5c
Snuff, 50c size, 38c; 25c, size, 19c; 20c size,15c
10c size, 2 for 15c
Octogan Soap and Soda, 7 for .. ........ ... 25c
Oats, 3 lb. size 5c
Tablets and Note Book Paper, 3 for. .... ... 10c
Razor Blades, 2 pks. 5c
Men's Boots, $6.50 vaiue, only ! $4.50
Overalls, $1.25 value, only 75c
Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes at a
25 to 50 Savings
Stock up with groceries while you
can save money.
Also Shoe the Family.
On Georgia Road Franklin, N. C.
B. T. Sanders, Prop.
, , -
Special Purchase Sale 1
1 - r.' . . 1
FOR KENT Unfurnished apart
ment. Five rooms and bath. U. G,
FOR SALE Pure blooded Cor
nish game roosters, five months
old. See Mrs. Harve Cabe, Frank
tin Route 4.
FOR SALE REASONABLE
Small home in Franklin. Address,
Owner, co General Delivery,
Franklin, N. C
LOST Black and white female
Beagle, about IS inches high. Re
ward to finder. Please return to
Rev. J. C, Swaim, Franklin Route 2.
FOR SALE Four liome made
wool blankets, priced at $300 each
Also good home made quilt,
MRS. A. Q. WILLIAMS,
Rt. 1, Box 80, Franklin, N. C.
FOR SALE Flowers for any oc
casion. Prompt service. Prices very
reasonable. Sylva Flower Shop,
Mrs. Panter, Prop., Phone 6, Sylva.
Look at the Savings this Sale brings you.
In addition to values on circulars mailed
to you we are offering many other bar
gains from our large stock.
Mens' Suits $14.95
. .New Fall Patterns
All wool, well lined, in the season's best
. colors and styles .
Mens' Boots . ... $3.95, $4.50, $6.95
' Peters' Brand .
Boys' Jackets ........ ..... .......... $1.98
Corduroy, with zipper, sizes 6 to 18
Men's Jackets ......... $6.90
Horse hide, special purchase sale.
Get one while our stock lasts at this price
Men's Pants $1.49
Heavy Moleskin, "Anvil Brand"
FORM5ALE Nine acres, adjoin
ing Grover Jamison's property on
Philips street, two blocks from
Main street, sewerage, water elec
tricity beautiful building lot.
MRS. R. M. COFFEE.
FARM FOR SALE-1 10 acres.
Orchard. 75 acres under fence.
Four-room modem log house. Price
$800. Also a lot Vi acres and
four-room house $400. See J. D.
FOR RENT-Furnished apart
ment .for two with furnace heat,
Living room, bedroom, bath with
tub and shower. Hot water at all
times. Beautiful view. New rock
house on Harrison avenue. Apply
FOR SALE 50 acres, more or
less, of mountain land, partly In
cultivation. Excellent for pasture
land, Located in Brendletown sec
tion. Cash or terms. If interested
write, Paul Saunders. 19 S. Morris
Street, Richmond, Va.
FOR RENT If you are a ood
farmer and have stock, you can
rent 200 acres of the best farminor
land in Western North Carolina.1
with 3 to S years contract to riht
man. See W. D. Ingram, Route 4,
Franklin, N. C. i
Men's and Boys' Sweaters . . $1.98
Leather fronts, crew necks, zipper and button style. Some all
wool, some part wool, beautiful and priced very low
Women's Coat Sweaters ... ... ... ... 89c
. I A real bargain
Children's Knit Shirt Sweaters
' Long sleeves
Boys' and Girls' Sweaters, Coats, Slipovers 50c
Boys' and Girls' Top Shoes , $1.00
Extra good brand
Peters' Brand Shoes for Boys.. Special Price
Heavy grade I :'
Boys' and Girls' Rain Coats, cap to match.. $1.98
Boys' Lined Overall Jackets, special .......... 89c
Pillows, new feathers, good ticks, ea... 98c
Wool Bats for quilts, 3 lbs, size .................... 89c
Cotton Bats for quilts, good clean grade.. . 39c
Boys' Heavy Work Shoes, sizes to 6, only.. $1.49
Boys' and Girls' Long Ribbed Hose....... .... 10c
Men's Union Suits, heavy grade, special.. .... 49c
, Winter Shirts for men f ggq
"Anvil Brand", all kinds and all colors, plaids and solids
COME WHILE THESE GOODS LAST. COLD WEATHER IS JUST
AROUND THE CORNER. WE BOUGHT THESE GOODS R I GHT
AND ARE PASSING ON THE SAVINGS TO YOU,