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THURSDAY, DEC 14. 1939
THE FRANKLIN. PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
.'In line with a 'state-wide pro
gram, fanners of Harnett county
are showing considerable interest
in brood marcs and in the raising
of their own workstock.
Poultry flocks in Onslow county
arc looking good, and all of the
demonstration flocks are returning
their owners' a. , profit, reports
Jack Kelly,, assistant farm agent.
On Atlanta Highway
GROCERIES, FEEDS AND PRODUCE
CANDY Immolate lldb.
14 oz. Can, ea. 5c
Bulk Coconut ... ...... ..... ...lb. 20c
We buy corn, rye, beans, hams,
dried fruit, chickens, eggs and
other farm produce. See me.
B. T. Sanders, Prop.
Christmas Play Saturday
Night, December 23
The Christmas play,, "While
Santa Was Away", a musical com
edy, will be presented at the court
house in I' rankhn, Saturday night,
December 23, by the Franklin Girl
Scouts and Brownies, Forty-four
girls will have" parts in the pro
duction, with the leading roles of
Mr. and Mrs. Santa played re
spectively by Lane Porter and
Sara Conley. Report of the com
plete cast will be made next week.
Christmas music will De played
by five members of Franklins
newly formed orchestra: Mrs. Har
ry Higgins,' cornet; Douglas Nich
ols, clarionet; John Ansel, flute;
Clyde Gailey, cornet, and Mrs. J.
D". Porter, violin.
The stage is to be furnished
through the courtesy of Franklin
firemen, curtains by the Presby
terian church and lighting effects
are .to be planned "and arranged
through the courtesy of Ben Mc
Glamery. Costumes have been plan
ned by Miss Frances Long and are
being made by parents.
Watches, Jewelry and Silverwear
are always the season's most ap
NEXT TO POSTOFF1CE
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Library Closed . , '
December 23 to 28
Mrs. Thomas J. Johnston, li
brarian, has announced that the
Franklin library will be closed for
Christmas holidays from December
23 to 2Hi Teachers and others who
have books are asked to return
those due before that time.
At a. recent meeting of the Sun
day School Coungil of the Frank
lin Methodist church the organiza
tion of a new Sunday school class
was discussed. This class is to be
composed, of a young group. It
was decided that at a late date a
dinner , should be given for this
group. This dinner was given and
was enjoyed by a number of young
adult people of Franklin. At this
meeting Bill Sloan was elected
president, H. A. Wilhide, vice
president, and Grace Barnard sec
retary and treasurer. At a later
meeting Mrs. VV. Sloan was
elected teacher for the , group.
Other business attended to by the
council was the election of Mr
Pearl Hunter as superintendent of
the Junior Intermediate Depart
ment; Mrs. Wiley Zachary, teachj,
er, with Alr,s. Gordon Moore as
assistant. Mrs. Guffey arid Jimniie
Houser were elected additional
teachers for this department. Each
teacher is to be assigned to his or
her respective class by Mrs
Everyone is invited to attend the
Mfthodistl Sunday -school to enjoy
it.s fellowship and instructions as
well as to help increase enrollment
that lias been evidenced in recent
Sundays. Sam Mendenhall is Sun
day school superintendent.
Mrs. Brown To Stay
The' many friends' of Mrs. C.
S. Brown, who has successfully'
operated the Scott-Griffin hotel
for a number of years, are glad
to learn that she . will continue to
live in Franklin after she gives up
the ' hotel in February, 1940. '.
Mrs. Brown, who is the owner
of the Peoples' Market, intends to
devote her entire time to the man
agement of her mercantile business.
The Scott-Griffin hotel was pur
chased recently by Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Bryson, Sr.. of Spruce Pine,
to take possession at the expira
tion of the lease .of Mrs. Brown
on the above date.
WATER GROUND MEAL
Can be purchased at the following
stores : A&P, Dixie, Farmers' Ex
change, Peoples' Market, Kay's
Groceries,, Pendergrass . Market,
Henry West's Grocery Store.
J. R. Berry's Roller Mill,
(adv.) D142tp D21
Curing hay ' through the use of
an electric blower has proved
highly successful in tests, conduct
ed during the past four years at
the Tennessee experiment station.
Junaluskee Lodge No. 145
Officers to serve through the en
suing year have been' elected by
the Junaluskee- Lodge No. 145, A.
F. and A. M. at the regular com
inunioatk.ii held in the . M a.-onic
hall Tuesday evening.
The- officers .include Henry W.
Cabe, worshipful master; Tillery
T. Love, senior warden; ' Ralph
West, junior warden; M. I). Bil
lings, treasurer, and C. Gordon
The installation services for the
newly elected Officers will be held
at the next regular meeting.
The three circles of the Wo
man's Missionary Societies of the
Franklin Baptist church, will 'meet
at the church on Thursday after
noon, December 21, for . a joint
service. . A special Christmas pro
gram is being arranged and mem
bers from all circles are urged to
Cumulative, rural sales of gen
eral merchandise in the first 10
months of this year were about
11.5 per cent greater than for the
same period last year and two
per cent above the 1937 level.
Fresh Bulk .
Cake Flour 25c
Fancy Blue Rose
Rice 6 Pound, 25 c
Cherries no. 2 can 10c
Margarine, pound, lie
Chocolate Drops, XmasY
Mix Orange Slices, ( - 11
Fudge, Peanut Brittle, ( J. UC ID
Big Jells )
Cherries, box 23c
Oranges, Doz, . . lOe
Apples, Doz, . 10c
Tangerines. Doz., . lOe
Grape Fruit 3 1 0c
Fresh Fish and Oysters
l3 1 1
This is Our Last
Month of Free Goods
If you don't believe our prices are
right, come in and see for yourself .
With each $25. 00 purchase
or more, a childs ' Rocking
Chair will he given FREE!
WJI'l. t ........ i
When you think of furniture think of Macon
Furniture Company we have everything to
furnish a home
at modern prices and liberal terms.
SET OF DISHES GIVEN FREE
WITH EACH RANGE
SEE US FOR YOUR NEEDS
RUG GIVEN FREE
SET OF DISHES
TABLE OR RUG
Living Room Suite
RCA Victor Radio
SET OF DISHES
TABLE OR RUG
9x12 Linoleum Rug
Your Credit is Gojpd With Us
JL , I . - .
9x12 LINOLEUM RUG GIVEN
FREE WITH EACH BEDROOM
Franklin, N. C.