THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941
A Bryant Furniture Co.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Phone 106 Franklin, N. C.
The intermediate girls' class of
tlic Baptist church has organized
and meets every third Sunday
afternoon in different homes. The
class has elected officers for the
coming year as follows:
Teacher, Mrs. T. M. Rickmian;
LIQUID. TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
FOR A GOOD
FISH AND OYSTERS
A. - G. CAGLE, Owner
FRANKLIN, N. C.
GOOD FOOD IS GOOD
president, Anna Lois 'Shields; vice
president, Ruth Bryson; secretary,
Anna Lois Tallent; assistant sec
retary, Zena Pearl Rickman ; group
captains, Dorothy Lcath.erman and
For their class name they have
chosen "Christian Helper." Motto,
John 3:16. Songs, "Onward Chris
tian Soldiers", and "Must Jesus
Bear the Cross Alone.''
Mrs. Grady Owen will represent
the Snow Hill Methodist church,
at a conference held at .Greens
boro, March 26-28. .
Dr.. E. N. Haller and Miss Kee,
our new nurse, will hold a pre
school clinic at the scliool hous.e,
Has Record For Twins
Mrs. F. E. Mashburn, the Press
correspondent in' the Gneiss com
munity, has sent in the following
record of twins in that "neighbor
hood : ''.'.
Twins ? Who said twins? How
many sets are there? On Walnut
Creek Mrs. George Gregory lives.
Her twin sister, Mrs, Ed Gregory
lives' at.', Holly Springs. Mrs.
George Gregory had twin girls, one
of whom died in infancy.
Ben and Will Hcdden ax.c twin
brothers. Ben Hcdden has twin
daughters, Ora and Ina. Will
The Smoky Mountains District
Scout committee will meet at Dills-
boro April 2, at 6:30 p. m. to com
plete plans for a training course
for a camporce to be held thi
spring. Dean W. E. Bird, chairman,
Criftiir mnrninor farrf, 2S
-KWife. H,rct rjs KranWIin was Heddtn Iras t win 'sons'' Dewey and
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th
Chicago Follies of 1941
Girls! Music ! Comedy ! Songs
Featuring Tommy Christian and His
a guest of Mrs. Elsie Hurst Sat
Weaver Hurst, who . is in the
CCC camps at Otto, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hurst.
Will Be Shown At Macon
Theatre April 5
STOP LOOK AND LISTEN!
Lard, 8 lbs.
Syrup, 10 lb. pail
Soda, 6 for
Apple Butter, 38 oz.
Quaker Oats, large
Beans, 5 lbs.
Let Us Help You Make Your
GARDENING A SUCCESS THIS SPRING
ALSO GREEN MOUNTAIN AND COBBLER
SPECIAL LAWN GRASS MIXTURES
SPECIAL LAWN FERTILIZERS V
Palmer St. h. t. nolen, Mgr. Franklin, N. C.
Patrons of Macon Theatre are
in foe a treat when "Chicago Fol
lies", Ches Davis' rew vaudeville,
road show, comes to Franklin on
Saturday, April 5. The-, 'show has
established a reputation as the
season's .smartest revue of novelty
variety. ' :
Emmett Miller, nationally famous
black-face comedian, billed
Lewey. Mr. and Mrs. Quince Hid
den have twin girls. Mrs. Heiklen
Keener and the late Randolph
Keener have twin boys, Roy and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berry have
two sets .of twins. Their twin hoys
are called W. A. and W. J. Their
twin girls are Martha and Mattitv
Perhaps there are more that I
have not listed. Who can add. to
the list? ;.'' ' '' '
In Macon County
For Cancer Control
"Dixie's Favorite Son"; K.edford
Bros., European jugglers; May l'ar
rish, the nightingale of soun;
Henderson and . Graves, comedians
Mrs. B. L. McGlarrtefy was ap
pointed captain of the 'Woman's
Field Army of the American So
ciety tor the Control of Cancer
tor M aeon - county at a meeting
a, ; Tuesday afternoon at the home of
FOR SALE Burned goods
Sweaters, 20c; silk cloth, yd.,' 10c;
sheeting bundles, 20c; men's work
shoes, 50c to $1.00;
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HAT SHOP OPENED
Showing your Easter .bonnet,' in
the latest colors and trimmings.
From New York, Baltimore and
Atlanta. Low.est prices.
MRS. W. H. H K.DON
Mrs, 11. K. Church.
Mrs. H. L. Bacon of Bryson
City, vice comrnander of the ninth
district of the society, met with a
gr.oup ,of Franklin wonun to dis.
buss plans for .'a . campaign in .''this
M rs. Church was appointed
treasurer and Mrs. Lester Cpnley
publicity chairman. The educational
campaign is expected to get under
way about the first of April and
during this month . talks will be
made at the various clubs, schools
and churches throughout the coun-'
ty. Miss Alma Kee, county public
health nurse, and Dr.; E. N: Halle
public health physician, will be
principal speakers for Jhe occa
sion. : '
Beginning Next Week
Will Start Night Show
At 7:30 O'CIock
FRIDAY. MARCH 2S
. ON ERROL IN
- ""Mexican Spitfire
AUo: "MARCH OF TIME
And "DEADWOOD DICK'V
SATURDAY, MARCH 29
CONSTANCE BENNETT IN
"Escape to Glory"
And; BILL ELLIOTT IN
MON., MAR. 31 TUE.. APR. 1
"GONE WITH THE
Doors Open 10:30 a. m.
and 3:00 p. m.
Matinee - Admission
Children, 2Sc; Adulu, 40c
Evening: Doors Open
Admission 55c To Every One
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2
WILLIAM CARGAN IN
THURSDAY, APRIL 3
"Footsteps In The
SATURDAY, APRIL 5
On Our Stage
A SHOW FOR THE ENTIRE
New Store Opened Near
ij Lake R. Ledford and John T.
Farmer have built a store building
on the lot between the depot and
highway. They will operate a feed,
fertilizer, seed and grocery busi
ness. The building is built that
goods can easily be loaded on
trucks. ' .'
Sunday, March 30
Rev. J. L. Stoke II
10 a. m. Church school; '
11a. m. Worship service.
Sermon topic: "Without Apol
FOR . SALE Good eight -year-ol
work mare. Weight approximately
1,000 pounds. Also nice fillie, one
and one-half years old. Will con
sider trad,e for milk cow.
II. B. ANGEL.
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HATS! HATS! HATS!
Unusual value New spring styles
and colors in felts and straws.
Some Dobbs hats and other good'
makes, selling Ordinarily from $5.00
to $12.00 are included. All new
and fresh $1.00 and $1.59.
Mrs. Tessier, Prop.
FOR SALE 32 acre farm, or
will swap for one of ' same value
and convenience. One and one-half
miles north of Hiawassee, Ga. Just
off the paved highway leading to
Young Harris. Good pasture with
water. 'Orchard. Plenty of out
buildil.-Fifteen acres in cultiva
tion. c Will ' make 20 to 25 bushels
of wheat per acre. . Six acres , wood
land; . Eight -room dwelling - with
R. E. A. lights worth $2,000. All
cost me $3,000. Will take $2,000.
'.. W. R. Martin,;
Hiawassee, Ga., Rt. 1
extraordinary; the Drisdall sisters,
darlings of the stage, radio and
.screen ; Louise Bavair, exotic danc
er; Rixford Bros., sensational bal
ancers and Tommy Christian and
his Dixielamkrs who furnish music
in the best "Dixie swing style",
brings a star-studdied cast to
Franklin. The Iwx office will open
at 1 p. m.
Overflowing to the Doors
Gome and Get It
NANCY JANE AND SNOW BALL FLOUR
Earle Chesterfield Milling Company's
GOOD VALUE STARTER AND GROWER
Plenty of Cctton Seed Meal, Dairy Feed, Shorts
Home Made Syrup in Half Gallons
Maxwell House Coffee, lb 25c
Nantahala Stringless Beans, 3 1 lb. 3 oz. cans 25c
SUGAR, LARD AND COFFEE
Get Them While They Last
HENRY D. WEST
Is The Word
Use Royster's Fertilizer
And Be Assured of a Good Crop
We have opened our store in the new building
near the depot and will carry a good line of
FEEDS, FERTILIZERS, SEEDS AND
LEDFORD & FARMER
Lake R. Ledford
John T. Farmer
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Insist on PEE GEE'S 2-COAT System. It meets these
I. For best rosults two differ
ent paints are needed: a proper
undercoat, a specially designed
2. The first coat must seal oil
thirsty surfaces retaining vital
. oils in the paint film.
3. Top-coat must have great
hiding, power. One coat of
Pee Gee's covers a blackboard.
Widely used for one-coat jobs.
4. Must resist destructive ultra
violet rays. Peo Gee uses speci
al pigments to do this job.
5. Raw linseed oil is not enough.
mlw .fee uee uses generous amounts
1 1 - rl nA.tnllu mnraoul niln in
insure extra long life.
4. Must combat four paint evils
Checking, Cracking, PeeUng,
Fading (a b c d). Pee Gee's
2 -Coat System (e) wears
smoothly and evenly.
7. Must be "self - cleaning."
Pee Gee white jobs, for instance
become even whiter as the
years go by.
REEVES HARDWARE CO
.'Franklin, N. C.
OUR STORE IS PACKED FULL OF
.Brand New Femitore f o
1941 MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES
When You Think of Washing Machines Think Only of Maytag
1941 GIBSON REFRIGERATORS
Easy on Current 6 Cu. Ft. Box 5 Year Guarantee
1941 GIBSON ELECTRIC RANGES $99.95
We Have a Large Assortment of Bed Room Suites Sold on Our Easy Payment Plan
Studio Couches and Chairs Living Room Suites Kitchen Cabinets
Red Mountain Ranges Furniture for Your Lawn and Porch Steel Gliders and Swings
Macon Furniture Company, Inc.
THAD PATTON AND DAN BRYSON