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THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MaCONIAN
Night Show 7:00 and 9:00
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11. P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22
AND A CAST YOU WILL
Also: ZORRO'S FIGHTING
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23
Two Big Shows
THE JONES FAMILY IN
"TOO BUSY TO
ROY ROGERS And
SMILEY BURNETTE In
"BILLY, THE KID,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 25
WARNER BAXTER In
With: CHARLES WINNINGER
ENJOY OUR SHOW AND A
TUES.-WED, DECEMBER 26-27
THE LANE SISTERS And
GALE PAGE In
With: CLAUDE RAINS
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28
LEW AYRF.'.S In
With: LORAINE DAY
If you want oin wct-My program
wailrti lo' you, please lea c name
sit Uox Office.
drr rri.L7.an i ,
To our many customers and good friends we
say. "Merry Christmas." And may our friend
ships continue to grow even stronger as the
vears go bv
fyferry Gfiristmas iojlll
.vvivu 1 t.v.,..i.t.:. '-.V. rv-Xi
SINCERE BEST WISHES
To all of our many .friends
on this happiest of, days
$ Western Auto Associate Store
. R. S. Omohundro
Here's to Christmas! May it bring- you peace,
joy and happiness. That is our sincere wish
for you and yours.
, . ' . and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
M r. ami Mi Jesse Bryson, and
(launhU'r, Mary Evelyn, and Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Salre and daugh
ter. Sonja Marie, of Three J'crks,
M.'inl., came in last week for a
visit with Mr. liryson's father, '1'.
C. Bryson- and other relatives at
West's Mill. They will also visit
relatives and-' friends' in Swain
Mrs. .Mary Ellen Mitchell and
daughter, Lois, Tom Messer and
llubard Taworlh, of Neosho, Mu.,
visited Mrs. Mitchell's cousins and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Led
better, Mr, and Mrs. Vance I!.
Vanho.uk and Jim Khodes and
other relatives Thursday ami Fri
day of last week. This is . Mrs.
Mitchell's first visit to North Car
olina since l'XS.
Miss Virginia K. Smith came in
Saturday from Roanoke Rapids lo
spend the holidays with her par
ents. Dr. and Mrs. Frank T,
Joseph Ashear returned home
last week after spending a month
in California visiting, relatives and
friends. On his return he was ac
companied by ' his brother, (leorge
Ashear, yho has been sick for
several months. However, his cbn
diliim is impriAing and it is to ibe
hoped by his many friends that
he will be out in a short while.
Mrs. Lon Campbell,' who has
been confined to her bed for the
past week, suffering from injuries
received in a fall. . was reported ,
t. ......, i.. i ... u.. i
Mr. atul Mrs. J. H. Singleton,
of ( ireem ille, S. C, spent the lat
ter part of the " week with Mrs.
Singleton's brother. T. I'. Bryson
ami family at their home in the
George . M. Slagle, of Floyd, Va.,
came in Tuesday to. spend' the
holidays with his parents,. Mr.
and Mr,. George Slagle.
Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Bryson, and
three children left Saturday morn
ing for 'Carolina Beach where they
spent a week vacationing. They
plan to spend Christmas in Dur
ham with Mr. , Bry son's father, T.
D. Bryson, Sr., and Sirs. Bryson.
Mr. and Mrs. F.llard' Shook atul
children and Mr. and Mrs. J. 1!.
Kanupe and children, of Brevard,
spent the weeke-end with Mr.
Shook's and Mrs. Kanupe's parents.
Mr. and Mr.s. J. H. Shook, at
their home on Franklin Route 2.
Mrs. Frank I. Murray, Mrs.
Charlie Bradley, .Mrs. Howard
Gillespie, Mrs. Roy Rowland and
Miss Mildred Cabc spent last
Thursday in Asheville.
Mrs. J. B. Collins, who has been
ill at her 'home on lotia was re
ported to be iio better Monday.
Miss Edith Bradley has return
ed to I.os Angele.s, Calif., after
spending six weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Bradley,
Miss Vonnie West, who is teach
ing in the Bryson Cily high school,
spent the week-end at West's Mill
with her niother,Mrs. J. L. West,
Sr. . .
Mis Lena .Conley and Miss Ida
Bryant spent the week-end in
('anion with Miss Conley's brother.
Dick Conley and .Mrs. Conley, and
r. and Mrs. Angel, who have
recently purchased the f. II. Care-
lock house on B iiny Crest, have
moved into their new' home. The
Can-locks have moved into ' the
l'enland house vacated bv the
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stevens
left last week for Candler where
they plan to reside for several
months. Mrs. Stevens was the for
mer Miss Kate Sellers and oper
ator for the Western Carolina
Telephone company at Franklin.
Mrs. Jesse Oliver came up from
Decatur, G'a., last week to spend
sometime with Mr. and Mrs. Lon
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Conley, of
Franklin Route 1, are spending the
winter in Clayton, N. C, with their
daughter, Mrs. Turner Vinson and
Howard Bradley and Paul Park
er, of Sedro Wooley, Wash., came
in last week for a visit with rela
tives and friends at Otto.
Mrs. Ellis Clarke Soper is spend
ing several days in Chattanooga,
Tenn., with Mr. Sopcr's sister, Mrs.
Mrs. St: Clair Anderson return
ed from Richmond, Va., last Fri
day, after' spending two week.s with
her (laughter, Mrs. F. J. Porter
and Mr. Porter.
Mrs. Robert Cunningham, of
Kich Square, was here last week
visiting her mother, Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. George A. Jones has been
.spending several days in Asheville
with her son, Weimer Jones and
family and Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyle
Jones and family.
J. F. Wilkes, oi the Iotla com
munity, who is a patient in Angel
hospital, was reported Mondav to
be setting along very nicely.
Mrs. Leona P. Duncan and Miss
Nettie Hurst spent two days in
Asheville last week attending a
J. H. Shook has returned to his
home on Franklin Route 2, after
.spending six weeks in the Soldiers
Home hospital in Washington, D.
C; where he. underwent an opera
tion. His condition is much im
proved. Ellis Bradley came in last week
from Soda Springs, (Idaho, for a
two months' visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Bradley, at
their home at Riverside.
Mrs. R. M. Rimmcr, Mrs. Frank
Higdon. Mrs. Roy Cunningham and
Mrs. Amelia Fowler spent Monday
James Fowler is 'spending several
days in Chattanooga, Tenn., On
Mrs. Sam Rogers spent several
days in Atlanta last week. Other
visitors to Atlanta were Mrs. Har
lcy Lyle, Mrs. Roy F. Cunningham,
Mrs Rimmcr and Miss Mary Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pcnn and
son, James E. Penn, will spend
the Christmas, holidays in New
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Page and
daughter. Mary Frances, spent the
week-end in Atlanta visiting
Capt. and Mrs. E. L. Veasy
went to Atlanta last week to at
tend the premiere of "Gone With
. The following students from Ma
con county are attending the var
ious colleges and universities are
expected home to .spend their holi
days: Miss Josephine Martin and
Misses Nina and Timsey Nell
Clottse, Miss ' Pauline Reid, Miss
Virginia Ramsey, Miss Elizabeth
Rochester, A Miss Roberta Enloe,
Misses Edna and Kathleen Henry,
Miss, Martha Higdon, Miss Stella
Coggins, Miss Cora Fox, Miss
Dorothy Lee Morrison, Miss Doris
Corbin, Miss Ruth Higgins, Miss
Dorothy Bhimenthal, Mis,s: Leeida
Beshears, Miss Betty Rogers, Miss
Virginia Tessier, Miss Mildred
Bryson, Miss Audrey Conley, Miss
Set.ser, Miss Eugenia Duncan,
Miss Marie Scott, Miss Hazel
Bradley, Miss Chole Parrish, Miss
Alice Bennett,. Miss Kleanof 1 Wal
ton, Miss Grace Conley, Miss Nan
cy Jones, Miss Fannie Burr Ben
nett. ' '.
H. E. Church, Jr., George Er
win Patton, Willard Peiidergras,s,
Sexton Vinson, Dennis Penland,
Mack Patton, Clinton Briokshire,
Brownlow Addington, William
Corbin, Jr., Charles Setse, Albert
Ramsey, Jr., Mack Setser, Stler
Slagle, Carter Hurst, Robert Hurst,
Lyman Higdon, Boon Leach, Milton
Sanders, Alex Moore, Jr., George
McClurc, Fred' Gray, Edwin Young,
Claude Evans, Eugene Furr, John
Crawford, Winton Perry, Phil
Blumentlial, Bobbie Sloan, Jimmy
Perry, William Johnson, Andrew
Jones, Hayne Arthur, Jr., Kenneth
lane, .Harold. Sloan, Jr., F'ritz
Waldroop Frank ; Flemniing, Jr.,
Locke Steppe,. Matthew and Ber
nard Poliakoff, Janjes E. Penn,
and Charles Hunnicutt.
MRS. CABE'S PUPULS
Piano pupils. of Mrs. Henry W.
Cabe gave a recital at her home
on Riverview Treet Wednesday
evening, December 20, at K o'clock.
Parents of the pupils were the
guests. Those taking part in the
program were: Dorothy Conley,
Mary, Alice Archer, I tine Bradley,'
T foil, :..: in !
thai, Louise Pendergrass, Cather
ine Long, Mrs. Thompson, Jessie
Mae Barnard, Osteen Roberts,
Maxine Dean, Otela Bryson, Mr., ;
Gladys. Guy, Betty Horsley, F'reda
Mae Arnold, Ruth Bryson, Ann
Cabe, Byrda Nell Southards, Marie
Dean, Helen Franks, Margaret
Moore, Carolyn Long, Ann Flan-1
nigan, Carolyn Leach, FVed Houk, '
Mary Francis Page,, Buena Cabe,
and Barbara Stockton. I
After the program Mrs. Cabe
served fruit cake and punch, as
sisted by the girls.
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
The 'M aeon County Baptist Sun
day School convention will be held
on Sunday afternoon, December
24, beginning at 2:30 o'clock, at
the Sugarfork Baptist church, it
has been announced by Paul Swaf
ford, president. '
The program for the afternoon
will. open with congregational' sing
ing, followed by the devotion led
by Paul Swafford. Reports will be
made from the various Sunday
schools in the county, after which
the Rev. R. F. Mayburry will talk
on the "Model Sunday School Les
son." Alex . Moore, superintendent
of the Sunday school of the Frank
lin Baptist church, will be one of
the speakers of the afternoon.
-The. public is invited to attend
and the churche, are urged to send
a large delegation.
SHOWER FOR MRS.
Mrs. Adolph Zoellner and Mrs.
Frank I... Murray were hostesses
at a miscellaneous shower on Wed
nesday night at the home of Mrs.
Zoellner, honoring Mrs. Dart R.
Reynolds, the former Miss Rebec
ca Conley, a recent bride.
The honoree received many love
ly gifts including a quilt, house
hold linens, dishes, cooking uten
sils and other household articles.
Approximately 40 friends called
during the evening.
MRS. MANGUM GIVES
BOOKS TO AQUONE SCHOOL
Mrs. Grace Mangum, formerly
of Franklin, now of Jacksonville,
Fla., has recently given over 100
books to the Aquone school library,
reports Miss Evelyn Kinsland,
principal. Added to those sent this
fall by Mrs. Angie W. Cox, the
library now has more than 200
new books, which are much appre
ciated by the school and com
munity.. OYSTER SUPPER
The Womans Missionary Society
of the Franklin Methodist church
are serving an oyster supper in
the church basement on Wednes
day evening, December1 27 from
6:30 to 8:30. Oysters served any
style with all fixings, 35 cents per
plate. Benefit of church missions.
1 FARMERS' !
I EXCHANGE I
m Franklin, N. C. i
Mr. j and Clint May announce
fhe birth of a daughter, Margaret
Sue, at the home of Mrs.. May's
parents, Mr, and Mrs. I. R. Ray,
a West's Mill, on- Wednesday,
A son, Horace Allen, was burn
to '-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hurst, on
Saturday. December 9, at their
home on Bonny Crest.
On Sunday, December 17, a son,
James Robert, was horn, to Mr.
and Mrs. Zach .Daniel at Angel
Supplies of feed grains available
f.r the' 1WM0 feeding season are
now estimated at 1 1(),XX),(XX) tons,,
reports the V. S. Bureau of Agri
cultural F.conomics. '
May every happiness
,, and in the
J. B. Pendergrass
7s . y
X ' ' r,
. A MKRRY -'CHRISTMAS'
A PROSPEROUS AN1) HAPPY
NEW YKAR TO ALL
W. C. Burrell and Crew
The "MOST GIFT"
for the LEAST MONEY
Considering the years of service you may ex
pect from FURNITURE GIFTS, the cost is
less than the sum usually spent for presents
of only passing interest to the family. Let
Furniture be your chosen gift this Christmas.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
Eight Valuable Prizes Will Be
Awarded Sat, Dec. 30, at 3 P. M.
"Merry Christmas to you our friends,
neighbors and customers. We gladly
join with others whose privilege it has
been to serve you, in sending- our
heartiest holiday greetings !
... i , . ,
C. L. Pendergrass Market
AND YOU ENJOY
hot fl.it taste in
smoke . . . ruins
aroma . . .
ral qualities that
cooler smoke . . ,
IN recent laboratory tests, CAMELS
burned 25 slower than the aver
age of the 15 other of the largest-selling
brands tested slower than any of
them. That means, on the average, a
smoking plus equal to
THE CIGARETTE OF
Franklin, N. C.
1 WWW.WW MWM1
Virginia Scott, Miss Mary Jo