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THURSDAY, DEC. 14. 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON1AN
, PAGE FIVE
The nation's million.. dollar ''meat
packing, industry is back "in the
black" and has nearly .reached its
normal level of mitput, with em
ployment at its best level in years..
- A. shipping case for 'eggs made
entirely of fiber with seven molded
pulp trays and no center dividing
wall is now available to poultry
raisers after undergoing rigid
Darling Beauty Shop
WISHES TO THANK
YOU FOR YOUR
AND TO WISH YOU
A HAPPY X MAS
AND A PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR ,
Before You Get Your Christmas Permanents
COME IN AND LET US TELL YOU
ABOUT OUR SPECIALS
Minnie Berry and Mabel Ray
Chops ?b. 21c
Stank US. 25c
Oysters pt. 35c tTWT
Oystars pt. 25c
BB" ouwer FANCY
r e.in in ain i nprscrn
Bacon ...Ib.25cl Htws, per lb.
FRESH 1 ln
Shrimn lb. 55c m 1C
Sausage ..lb. 19c
Roast Ib. 25c fi
Steak ... lb. 39c
Coffee Ib. 25c
I I O 1L
S fi 9i ik ti no
Coconut ....lb. 21c
ANY FLAVOR PURE
T7 . . in.
SWAN'S DOWN K xiraci 1W-
CAKE FLOUR A 2 LB- B0X ST,CK
Per Box IJCi Candy 25c
OC O'ATMORE'S MINCE
JC A s O 1ft.
Jello pk. 05c
Rice 5 lbs. 25c
Oranges doz. 15c
T ? At - "Kf
Apples....2 dz. 25c
Grapefruit.... 6 25c
Nuts ib. lycm ANY SIZE
LARGE ENGLISH EM ORANGES
Walnuts ... lb. 23c HI B.g
LARGE BRAZIL m g5c
Nuts lb. He
Potatoes 6 lbs 15c
77e Complete Food Store
FRANKLIN, . . iV.C,
MRS. H. G. STORY
Highlands Methodist Church
Rev. J. S. Higgins, Pastor
11 a. m. Worship.
2:30 p. m. Worship.
7:01) il.ni Worship.
Highlands Baptist Church
Rev. J. G. Benfield, Pastor
10 a. in. Sunday school.
'11 a. iu. Scrniuti. ',
0 :30 p. in B.. T. U.
7:30 p. in. Sermon.
Church of the Incarnation
Rev. Frank BloxJiam, Rector
4 p. ni Evening l'rayer and
Highlands Presbyterian Church
Rev. R. B. DuPree, Pastor
10:15 a. ni. Church school.
11 a. m. Worship.
7 :M p. 'in. Christian Endeavor.
FOR MRE. BARNES
Funeral services were held last
Saturday ' for Mrs. Siller Carolyn
Karnes at the ' Scaly Haptist church,
of which she was a member. Mrs.
liarnes died at her home here on
Thursday, Uecen ' cr 7, following a
brief illness. She v. as 05 years vld.
The services weic conducted by
the Rev. Oscar Nix," and interment
was in the church cemetery. Tall
bearers .were l'rioleau Dryman,
Frank Dryman ; her son, Albert
Barnes; son-in-law, Louis Neely,
and nephews, Kadford Wilson and
Surviving Mrs. Barnes are her
husband, James Barnes, who is
improving from a serious illness;
one son, Albert Barnes; two
daughters, Mrs. Louis N'eely and
Mrs. Ethel Russell.
MISS BERNICE DURG1N
HOSTESS TO CARD CLUB
'Miss Bernice Durgin was hostess
to the Wednesday Card' Club last
week at her home, Brook side
Camp. Bronze and green leucothoe
were attractively used as decora
tions. Miss-.Sara liilder was , high
score prize winner, Mrs.. J. A.
Mines was final winner A- the
traveling prize, and the consolation
prize was. awarded to Mrs. 11. (j.
The hostess' was assisted, in
serving a. salad and a sweet course
by Mrs. (',. VV. Sheppard, who
joined the players for the tea hour
at the conclusion of the game.
HOLDS MEETING MONDAY
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church met with,. Mrs.
Charles Anderson Tuesday after
noon for the regular monthly
meeting. The Christinas program
of isong? and Scripture reading
was in charge of Miss Dorothea
1 larbisoti. . Others on the program
were Mrs. W. 11, .Cobb, Miss
Ruth Carter and M rs. .Sidney. Mr
Carty. A feature of . the meeting
was. the special' Joy (iifl brought
1 y each member of the auxiliary
which gives to the ministerial re
lief fund. '..'
Colonel and Mrs. Frank l.owan.
their son and .daughter, liave re
turned to Miami, Fla.. after spend:
ing 'several days here looking alter
improvements at their summer
home. 'in the M irror Lake scclion
Mr. and Mrs. llenrv W. . Sloan
left Sunday for Philadelphia, where
they expect to spend- the winier..
TO BE REBUILT
Lawrence Hicks lias started
clearing the grind for his new
home to- be built in the Shortoff
section, about two and a half miles
from Highlands. While the bouse
is being built, Mr. Hicks and his
family will occupy .Mrs. E. C.
West's cottage on Main street. A
number of the contractors here,
with their crew of workmen, are
to give one day's work or more
in the erection of the house.
Mr. Hicks wishes his friends
here and in Franklin to know that
he deeply appreciates their many
acts of kindness, as well as their t
financial aid, which helps to make j
it possible for him to rebuild. In ;
talking with ilr. Hick he said
that it was impsible to state in
words his deep appreciation for
all that had been done for him
and bis family as a result of their
Mrs. Hicks, who is improving in
a Winston-Salem hospital, hopes
to return home by the 22nd of
December, and the daughter, Sue
Hicks, hopes to be able to leave
the Angel hospital in time to join
the family at home for Christmas.
They were seriously burned when
their home was destroyed by fire
recently, -and Mrs. Lon Webb, a
sister of .Mrs. Hicks. , was fatally
HOLDS MEETING MONDAY
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist church held its
monthly meeting Monday after
noon at the' parsonage. A .special
program, "Christmas and the Great
Commission", was given, with the
following members taking part :
Mrs. H. S. Talley, Mrs. Wiley,
Mrs. Effie Gibson. Miss Bettie
Reese, Mrsi Guy Paul, Mrs. C. H.
Zocllner, Mrs. J. ti. Benfield, and
Miss Nannie Rogens. Little Miss
Margaret Zocllner sang a solo,
"Into My Heart". The Society is
assembling a number of things to
help the Hicks family to begin
housekeeping again, among them,
mattresses, pillows, quilts, etc. The
Lottie Moon offering at this mect
ing was $3.00. The annual election
of officers was also held at this
time with rfhc following result
president, Mrs. Lawrence Hicks;
first vice-president, Mrs. 1). W.
Wiley j second vice-president. Mrs.
H. S. Talley; third vice-president,
Mrs. O. F. Summer; secretary,
Mrs. Guy Paul; assistant secre
tary Mrs. Carl H. Zocllner; treas
urer, Mrs. J. G. Benfield, per
sonal service chairman, Mrs. S.
E. , Potts. The meeting was dis
missed with prayer by the Rev.
APPROVED BY WPA
Highlands U pleased to have the
announcement by Gwyn Denton,
resident WPA engineer at Frank
lin, that the Museum project has
been officially approved and rhat
work is expected to begin immediately.
For quick relief
from the misery
of colds, talc 666
Liquid Tablets . Salve - Nose lnt
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S.. T. Marett were Mrs. W. J.
I.unney and Mrs. Deane S. Moss
of Walhalla and Seneca, S. C.
W. . Jeffreys of Burlington
was a guest, .at Hotel Edwards
Molldav. Mr :md Mrs ii-ffr-
have, .sev eral times occupied a: 'sum
mer home here . and are planning
to, return again next summer.
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Matinees 3:30 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
II P. M. SATURDAYS
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16
TWO BIG SHOWS
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It Is Romance With a Laugh and
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WED.-THURS., DEC. 20-21
The love story of Joe Bonaparte,
the boy who wants to be a big
shot, and Lorna Moon, the dame
With: BARBARA STANWYCK
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