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Thursday, dec. 21, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
Great Atlantic & Pacific
Best wishes for the Christmas season ! Your
continued patronage will be appreciated,
and we shall endeavor to serve voii
to the best of
J. EL WHITAKFR Mn
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5 May the joy and happiness of this Christmas
season stay with you throughout the'coming
j3 year. It is our earnest desire to serve you
g. even better than we have in the past.
PERRY S DRUG STORE
Franklin Hardware Company
ft Phone 117
I. .".J ..IVn "-sTe W
Farmers Federation, Inc.
Phone 92 S
And a Prosperous New Year
' ' "
Franklin, N. C.
Franklin, N. C.
Ersatz in England
A special "gas producer" converts
low grade coal Into gas to drive Lon
don's trucks and busses. Mounted
on a trailer in front of the vehicle,
this "producer" supplies fuel for a
huge double-deck bus. This "ersatz"
campaign of using substitutes con
serves the empire's resources.
. Prayer meeting was held last
Friday night at the home of Mrs.
llallic IHivall. A large crowd was
Mr. (ieorge Willis is .slowly im
proving af'.er si-.rral weeks' ill
Lowell Conner from the CCC
tamp at Aquonc, spent the week
end with Harold Fonts.
. Mrs. Mary Tallent returned to
her home on Olive Hill Sunday,
after spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. George Willis.
Members of the lotla Baptist
church will present a Christmas
play on Sunday night, December
Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Smith of
Larka, were the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas DeHa.rt.
It is " reported that Mrs. G. T.
Fouts is ill at this writing.
Letters to Santa
.Hayesville, Dec. 18, 1939
I want a little truck that I can
ride on and just any thing that
you think I'd like.
Don't forget I like fruits, candy,
Your little boy,
Hayesville, Dec. 18, 1939
Although I am voung, 1 love
little cars. So don't forget to bring
me . several, a airport, ball and
any extra toy you have.
Good bye, Santa,
Hayesville, Dec. 18, 1939
Please bring me a doll with a
layette, blackboard, tea set and
Please don't forget to come to
other little girls and 'boys.
Your little friend,
Margaret Moore Berry
Hayesville,. Dec. 18, 1939
Santa, please, I want a road
building .set, little cars to go on
the. roads II build and a big ball.
Your little boy,
. Billy Berry
Sam Mcndenhall, county agent,
has released the following infornia
tion for the benefit of all interest
ed in tree planting under the gov
Recently a letter was . mailed
from the county agent's office to
the farmers of Macon county
which contained information re
carding tree planting. Since that
time orders for approximately
200,000 trees have been taken to be
delivered around the first of the
Farmers who have land that is
washing or that is .subject to wash
ing arc urged to take advantage
of this opportunity. A total of
$J() or $375 per acre may be earn?
ed by this practice providing the
trees are set at a rate of not less!
than 1000 per acre on land that is
subject to erosion and are pro
tected against destruction by cat
tic? This payment is in addition
to the regular soil conservation
payment that is set up for each
farm. The trees are furnished to
the farmers by the Tennessee "Val
ley Authority for the purpose of
erosion control. No charge is made
for the trees. Come to the county
agents office and make applica
tion for the trees that you will
need while the present supply is
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CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank our friends
for their kindness and sympathy
shown .us during the illness and
death of, our father, also for the
beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. J. C. Buchanan
Mrs. W. J. Fisher
Mi.s Perlina Crane
Highland Baptist Church
Rev. j. G. Benfield, Pastor
10 a. in. Sunday school,
11a. 111. Sermon."
(:M p. in. B. T. U.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Church of the Incarnation
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Rector
N.o service Sunday.
Special Christmas I )ay .service,
11 o'clock a.. 111.
Highland Presbyterian Church
Rev. R. B. DuPree, Pastor
10:15 a. 111. Church school
Christinas . program.
11 a. in. Worship.
7:30 p. in. -Christian Endeavor.
Highlands Methodist Church
Rev. J. S. Higgins, Pastor
10 a. m. Church .school.
11a. m. Worship.
7:30 p. in. Worship.
The .Presbyterian Sunday School
Christmas tree will be held at .'the
church at 4 o'clock Thursday after
noon. LIGHTED TREE
ON MAIN STREET
The brilliantly lighted Christinas
tree at the intersection of Main
and Fourth streets is much admired.
This tree was installed by the Boy
S. S. CLASS SENDS BOX
Members of the intermediate
class of the Presbyterian Sunday
school met at the home of their
teacher, Miss Ruth Carter, last
Sunday afternoon to pack the
usual Christmas box for the orph
anage. This class had as its guests
the junior class and its teacher,
Miss Dorothea Harbison. A social
hour was enjoyed and also a re
hearsal . of the special Christmas
program to be given by the junior
class next Sunday morning at the
Sunday school hour.
The Wednesday Card Club was
entertained last week by Mrs. J.
A. Hines. The living room and
dining room were decorated with
holly and other Christmas ever
greens: .Mrs. Elliott Caziarc was
warmly welcomed by the club
after an absence of several weeks
due to illness. Mrs. C. C. Potts
was winner of the high score prize,
and the consolation was awarded
to Miss Bernice Durgin. Mrs. G.
W. Marett was final winner of
the traveling prize.
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing a delicious salad and sweet
course by members of the club. '
ON CHRISTMAS DAY
A Christmas Day service will be
held at the Episcopal church at
11 o'clock by the Rev. Fank
Bloxham. Members of other High
lands churches are invited to join
the congregation in this festival
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Applcy,
their two sons and two daughters
of Chicago, 111., were week-end
guests at the Potts House. The
Appleys are Opening their cottage
on the Walhalla road where they
expect to spend the next two
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Benfield left
Tuesday for Winston-Salem where
they have gone for Mrs. Lawrence
Hicks who is convalescing from a
major operation at the Baptist hos
pital in that city. The party will
return to Highlands Thursday aft
ernoon. Cecil F.dwards, who represents
the F"ul!cr Brush company in this
district, is spending .some time with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Edwards in Horse Cove.
Mrs. Fannie Holt and her grand
daughter, Myrna Holt, of Turtle
Pond spent the week-end with Mrs.
Holt's sister, Mrs, S. A.: Wilson
Mrs. George Talley has return-
S May this glorious X
y Christmas season ush- 0
er in a year abundant S
x with every joy and T
if happiness for you. ft
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HIGHLANDS, N. C. 5
cd to her home in Clear Creek
from Angel hospital at Franklin
where .she has been a lKitient for
the past several weeks.
Kev. and Mrs. W. F. Beadle and
small son, Don, visited Mrs. J. Z.
Gottwals and other friends here
last Friday. Kev. Beadle .was sue-,
ceeded by the Kev. J. S. Higgins
as. pastor of the Methodist church
here the past October.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kideout
and .small daughter. Ann, arc oc
cupying Miss Susan Kice's cot
tage oh Spring street for the
Mrs. Annie Wcstbrook and her
sister, Miss Lucas, leave Friday
to spend the holidays in Washing
ton, 1 ). C, with Mrs. W'estbrook's
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Hall,
Mrs. .Ralph Kucker and little
Tommy Kucker. will 'spend the
Christmas holidays in llartwell,
Ga., with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. I. Kucker.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Marrill of
Bryson City are spending two
weeks here with relatives. For '.the
next few days ihey will be the
guests of Mr. .and Mrs. W. S.
Mi,ss Rebecca Nail .returned home
last Saturday from Ann Arbor,
Mich,, and Griffin, Ga., where she
has been visiting relatives for the
past few weeks. Miss Nail expects
to spend the holidays here.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hentz and
"Buzzie" Hentz leave Friday to
spend' Christmas week with rela
tives in Poniaria and Mullins, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilcox and
two daughter.s, Collin and Gerry,
are spending the Christmas season
in Cincinnati, the guest of Mrs.
Wilcox' mother, Mrs. H. D. Ran
dall. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Roberts of
Forsyth, Ga., have purchased the
Busscy lot in the Mirror Lake
section and expect to begin the
erection of a summer home there
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Rioliver Baty have
taken an apartment on Church
street for the winter.
The .sweet singing of Christmas
carols by a band of young people
was very much enjoyed by. those
visited last Sunday night. .
Mrs. W. R. Potts, Miss Peggy
Potts, Mrs. Meta N. Hall, Miss
Caroline Hall, Miss Virginia Mae
PEACE ON fORTH
Appreciates Your Patronage and Expresses
Good Wishes at this Season of the Year
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL WORK
I Highlands, N. C
We wish to take this opportunity to express
our appreciation for' your patronage and hope
that we may continue to serve you in the year
to come. It is our sincere wish that every one
of you enjoys the joy and happiness of this
Christmas and the holiday season.
TALLEY & BURNETTE
lulwards and Mrs. Mat Henry
spent last Saturday in Asheville.
Mrs. H. P. P. Thompson drove
down to Seneca Wednesday to
meet her daughters, the Misses
Sarah and Peggy Thompson, who
arc here for a two weeks' vacation.
The Misses. Thompson are students
at Qucens-Chicpra college, Char
Sylva - - Highlands
Ours is ihe simple, J)
y old-fashioned wish J
for you : I
V "Merry Christmas" S
I Frank B. Cook
V Real . Estate-Insurance f)
3 HIGHLANDS, N. C.