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THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTfR S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Miss l'auliuc Roper, daiiRhtcr of
Mr. and Mrs. William Roper, of
liriartown, and Floyd Dills, son -of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Dills, of
Cartoogechaye, were married in
Clayton, Ga., on Saturday after
noon, November 18, with R. C.
Ramey, probate juduc, officiating.
The bride was attired in a teal
blue suit and wore blue accessor
ies. Mr. and Mrs. Dills are making
their home at Shooting Creek, in
Clay county where Mr. Dills has
employment with the Gennett
T. E. L. CLASS TO MEET
, WITH MRS. I. T. PEEK
The T. E. L. Class jf the Frank
lin Baptist church' will hold its
regular monthly business meeting
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
7"he class will meet at Rock Ha
ven, the home of Mrs. I. T. Peek.
All member, are urged to attend.
GIRL SCOUTS TO MEET
AT SCOUT HOUSE FRIDAY
The Girl Scouts will hold a spe
cial meeting in their new scout
house on Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock, for the purpose of plan
ning a .Christmas program. All
members are asked to be present.
Mr.!. Sallic Watson and grands
daughter, Miss Jean Campbell, of
Knoxvillc, Tcnn., are visiting Mrs.
Well tailored jackets
she'll , wear proudly!
New longer styles, rev
er, collartess types, too. .
New checks, and plaids
14 to 20.
The Shop of Quality'
I i f
(he spirit of Thanksgiving Is in every
geed and blossom, in the ripening grain and
fruit, tn the harvest that brings sustenance to
the children of the earth.
Let us give prayerful thanks that we live'
where men are free, in a land where bodies
and souls are unfettered by the chains of
tyranny that shackle the people of other,
Let us give
and that our will
Watson's sister-in-law, Mrs. Log
an Allen, on Fast Main street.
Mrs. Sarah Martin, of Oak
Grove, is a patient in Angel hos
pital where she underwent a mas
toid operation. .
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cabe and
young ,son, came in last week from
New Hampshire, where Mr. Cabe
has been with the United States
forest service for the past year,
Harold Roper, who. is working
in W-arrenton, Ga., spent the. week
end with his mother, Mrs. Hya
cinth Roper, at her home 'on Bon
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Higgins
have . returned to their home on
Harrison avenue, after attending
the football game 'between Duke
and Carolina at Durham Saturday
and spending the week-end with
their, daughter, Miss Ruth Hig
gins, 'who is attending the Woman's
College of the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro.
Mrs. J. A. Hawley and Miss
Maude Hodge, have returned to
their home in Elizabethton, Tcnn.,
after a visit with their sister, Mrs.
E. B. .McColluni and Mr. McCol
luni, at their home on Palmer
Mr., and Mrs. Charles Matlock
returned to their home in Winston-Salem
Sunday, after a visit
with Mr. Matlock's parents, M,r.
and Mrs. J. B. Matlock and other
relatives at West's - Mill.
Miss Mary Will Higdon, who is
working in Asheville, spent the
week-end visiting her uncle . and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higr
don, on Bidwell strtet.
Joseph Ashear is spending some
time in Southern California with
his brother, George Ashear, who
has. 'been' quite ill for several weeks.
, John Higdon, carpenter at 'the
Nantahala Craft Shop, had the
misfortune to lo.se one of his fing
ers while working last week.
Miss Ruth McCollun has re
turned to her home in Atlanta,
after -a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. McCollun, at their
home on Palmer street.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nolcn
have moved to the McGuire apart
ment. Mr: and Jffs. Randolph Bulgin
left last week for New York
where they plan to spend several
weeks visiting friends.
Wayne Franklin, of North Wilk
esboro, spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Franklin at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dean
on East Main street, and his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry - R.
Franklin, on Franklin Route 4.
Ora Matlock, of Marietta, Ga.,
came up Saturday to be with his
father, J. B. Matlock, who under
went an operation for the removal
of his appendix at Angel hospital
Miss Mary Jo Setser, who is at
tending Brevard college, spent- the
week-end, with her parents, Mr.
and Mr,s. Joe Setser, at their
home on Cartoogechaye.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoyt and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Higdon, of
C.larkesville, Ga., spent Sunday in
Franklin, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Higdon at . their home on
Frank .Fleming, , Jr., and Fritz
Waldroop, who are students at
Brevard college, spent the week
end with their parents on Frank
lin Route 2.
R. L. Rhodes, who has been
living in Forks, Wash., for sever
al years, has returned to Prentiss
for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
Mary Rhodes, and his family, who
came in from Washington several
Claude Clark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Clarke, of the Oak
Grove community, who underwent
thanks that our leaders are'
to the will o! the people
is for peace.,
NIGHT PHONE 10
an operation for the removal of
his appendix at Angel hospital last
week, was reported to be doing
Eon G. Lenoir, Charles Palmer,
J. 15. Morrison, Claude Southards
i)iid Weinier Mincfcy, who arc in
the United States navy st.itimed
at Norfolk, Va., came in Satur
day for a six-days visit with their
respective parents in Franklin and
C. Tom. Bryson, A. (!. Cagle,
Wade Arvey and Wayne Higdon
left Tuesday - morning for points
in South Carolina on a hunting
Mr. and Mis. Fred Calhoun and
small daughter, Betty, from Hazel
wood, were visiting Mrs. Calhoun's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rop
er, at their home on Franklin
Mrs. Walter Houston and two
children, Bobby and Eugene, are
spending this week in Hazelwood
with Mrs. Houston's sister, Mrs.
Miss Nora Van hook, Mrs. Annie
Vanhook and daughter, Kate Van
hook, of Prentiss, spent Saturday
in Franklin as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Clarke Soper. Dur
ing the Evening they visited Mr.
and Mrs. John Thomas.
Mrs. Gordon Moore spent the
week-end in Salisbury with her
sister, Mrs. W. W. Heam and
Mr. '.Heam. Mrs. Heam was the
former Miss Elizabeth Barnard.
Theo Kiser, who is with the
Unjted States ' radio service, sta
tioned at Murphy, spent the week
end with his family at their home
on Bidwell street.
Girl Scout Notes
In order to take full advantage
of their new Scout house, the Girl
Scouts of Franklin have been re
organizing this past week, with
plans developed by v leaders and
troop committee members.
Division of 'the girls into patrols
of three, general age groups, each
meeting on different day.s, has
been made necessary by the growth
of the troop. The. girls have ap
proved the plan and it is believed
more fun can be had as, each
group, will work out its own pro
jects. Leaders, too, are expected
to find the smaller ' groups of
limited ages easier to handle.'
Under the new plan, one leader
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will be v in charge of each patrol,
but all will Work together assisted
by the troop committee1 in plan
ning for the entire group. .Addition
of a Brownie pack for nine year
olds is planned under the slcni,
with 'Mrs. Tom McColluni in
charge. This group will meet
Wednesday at 4 p. in. in the
Sarah Copley will be in charge
of one patrol meeting Tuesday ;
Mrs. John Wasilik, in charge of
Thursday . meeting, and Mrs. Ben
Woodruff will meet with the Sen
ior palrul on Mondays. Troop
committee members will furnish
'substitutes. Mrs. L. 11. Page is a
new member of the committee.
Friday will . be reserved as oc
casional meeting day for the troop
as a whole, when special interests
of all Scouts can be developed.
Girls recently joining the Scouts
are Wihna Roberts .and. 'Betty
llorsley. Others whose names will
be officially added to the roll are
Helen Canby, Mary Lxddiugton,
Pauline Moody, Jessie Barnard,
Ann Lyle and Ruth Angel.
The patrols and meeting days
arc as follows:
Patrol I, Monday: Dot Sloan,
Lane Porter, Lucille Calloway, Os
leen Roberts, Mary Angel, Emo
gene Landrnm, Helen Canby, Mary
Addington, Pauline' Moody, Patrol
1 1, Thursday : Inez Crawford, Bar
, bara Stockton, Elizabeth Wasilik,
Sally Lou Moore, Mary Frances
Page, Jda Mae Dowdle, Louise
Pendergrass, Joanne Palmer, Bet
ty Jane Waldroop, Betty llorsley,
Jessie Barnard. Patrol III, Tues
day : Ann Flanagan, Carolyn Long,
Rebecca Smart, Carolyn Leach,
Virginia Lee Porter, Dorothy
Canby, Sara Frances Cunningham,
Frances Furr, Wihna Roberts,
Maxine Dean, Ann Lyle and Ruth
By JOSEPHINE BRADLEY
Mrs. W. E. Mozeley, Jim Moz
eley, Miss Helen and Betty Jeanne
Foster spent part of last week
visiting relatives in Charolette.
Miss Helen Foster remained in
Charlotte where she will spend
some time. "
Miss Lee Agnes Stockton, of
Clayton, Ga., visited Miss Lotis
Bradley - Saturday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Howard ' Moffitt,
of Highlands, spent the' past week-
end .with : Mr. MoflitTs parents,
.Mr. and M r,s. C. A. Moffitt.
The As'bury Epworth League
wishes to imite every one .who
will to attend its ' services every
Sunday night at 7 o'clock. We are
having a contest to determine
which member of the League cifn
make the best 'talk during the
Erwiu Bradley and, family have
moved to their new" home near
Otto which they recently liuilt.
Mr.' and Mrs, -J. L. Norton are
visiting relatives near Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Nichols have
Inoved from Betty's Creek to this
Mrs. J. B. Vinson spent the past
week With her parents, Mr! and
Mrs. Jim Conley, of Franklin.
Miss Elise Ray Curtis is. visit
ing her grandmother, Airs. Tom
McCall, this. week.
Frederick Cunningham spent the
past week-end with Robert Cun
ningham. James llenson spent several
nights with Victor Rogers Cat
By MRS. JOE SETSER
Lyle Dalrymple, of Raleigh ;
John Robert, of Dunn, and Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Smith (the form
er Miss Laura Belle Dalrymple)
spent November 11 and 12 visit
ing J. C. Dalrymple.
Rev. S. R. Crockett is building
an addition to his home near Mt.
Walter Johnson is building a
new. house near Walter Ander
son's. Mrs. Jeff Martin has. moved in
to the house, on Mrs. J. H- Slagle's
place recently vacated by Mrs. A.
Mary Jo Setser,' who is attend
ing Brevard icollege, spent last
week-end with home folks.
Macon County Supply Co.
The Macon County Supply com
pany is making extnsive .repairs
throughout their store with im
provements that add greatly to the
convenience and appearance.
New showcases and display
counters are being installed that
will make the interior up-to-date
in every respect.
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Valve-ln-IIead Engine enables you to accelerate
from 5 to 25 miles per hour with almost unbeliev
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an exclusive kind of handling ease Its Perfected
Hydraulic Brakes the very highest degree of safety!
And In the combination of all these factors in
over-all performance with over-all economy the
motor world just doesn't hold its equal!
Eye it . . . Try it . . . Buy It . . . and convince
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85-HP. VALVE-IN-HEAD SIX
Box Supper Nov. 25
At Upper Tesenta p
There will be a box supper and
rake walk rtf flip 1 Timer Tfccntn
school house Saturday night, No
vember 25. The proceeds from the
saie win ue used t(, Dtiy scliooi
supplies. The public . is invited to
By burning 25 slower than
th. average of the 15 other
of the largest-selling brands
tested -slower than any of
Ing plus equal to
AND UP, 'ol rilnl. Michigan. Tram-
pottation band on rati raits, ttata and
local taaai (( any), optional tquip
mint and accttioriattxtra. Prices
subject to change without notice.
Bumper guards extra on Master
$S Series. A General Motors, Value.
Franklin. N. C,