THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1941
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON 1 AN
At Gold Mine y,
The Southern Division of the
Macon county singing convention
will meet next Sunday, April 27
at Gold Mine. Everybody is in
vited to attend. . '
Pritchard Russell, Pres.
At Highlands i
The Highlands prenatal clinic
will be held in the Sataula Club
Voom, on Friday, May 2, at 2
Country hams, farm implements,
seeds and fertilizers. See us . for
quotations. Farmers Federation.
Palmer St., Franklin, N. C.
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LOST Keys with pale blue rab
bit's foot. If found Return to T.
L. Stanficld. ' , .
FOR SALK Two good young
fresh milk cows. Priced reason-.,
able. See Marion Bryson, Cullasaja.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
1938 Chevrolet coach, -with heater,
radio, fog lights. Clean 'through-
out. See Patton at Texaco Station,
Franklin, N. C
We will begin with potato plants
by May 1st. We continue with the
early cabbage plants for some time
yet. We are. now getting almost
daily .shipments of fine tomato
plants. Have bought 'from the
same man for 15 years. I don't
think anything better, ever comes
this way than the plants we . get
from this shipper.
XV T. BLAINE
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FOR SALE Six-room house, 60
acres of land. Good location, 11
miles south of Franklin on U. S.
Highway 23. For other information
set John Norton.
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. FOR SALE at bargain, 1 mule
and . a cow. Call to see me, E. A.
Roper, Franklin Route 3. '
' WANTED White settled couple,
woman for housework, cooking
man for yard, general utility. Live
on premises in Highlands for sum
mer -months. State age, experience.
Mrs. I. F. Schlffls,
M AN WANTED-'with car.-kod
paying 800 family rural route re
cently vacant. Customers cstablish
td for years. Good earnings. No
cash investment necessary. Write
J. R. Watkins Company, 123 West
First Street, Charlotte, N. C.
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WANTED A waitress who can
dance, to work at the Ha'sh House
in Cashiers. Must not be too
young. ' ' t
Headquarters In Sporting Goods
Rods $1.50 and up
Reels 69c and up
BASE BALL EQUIPMENT
Base Balls (official) ....... $1.29
Bats .. 95c and np
Gloves ... ..$1.50 and up
Rackets ..... .......$1.95 and up
Balls 3 for 85c and 3 for $1.25
CROQUET SETS $2.00 and up
R. S. OMOHUNDRO, Mgr.
Franklin, N. C.
We Are Dealers for
The best crop producing fertilizers on the mark
et.' International Fertilizers have been known
and used throughout this section for many
years and have always given entire satisfaction.
FOR MORE CORN AT LESS COST
SPECIAL PREPARED GARDEN
Ray Grocery & Feed Co.
y R. G. RAY
Franklin, N. C
New Booth Opens
Under Supervision Of
New information booth was open
ed on Monday. April 11. by the
Franklin. Chamber of Commerce
for the purpose of dispensing in
formation to tourists. The "booth is
on West Main street and will be
open between the hours of 8 a.m.
and 10 p. m., with Mrs. Ethel D.
Johnston in charge. Mrs. Johnston
was selected by the board of di
rectors for the position and will
be dii . duty from H a. m. to 2 p. rri.
Tillery Love, secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce,, will, be in
charge from 1 to 10 p. m.
Zickgraf Hardwood Lumber com
pany has given the lumber for a
sign 4 x 10 feet to be. erected on
the Bryson City road at the junc
tion of highway 19 and 28, routing
southbound traffic through Frank
lin. ' '
An attractive membership . card
has been printed and will soon
appear on the doors and windows
of the members of the Franklin
Chamber of Commerce. These cards
sliould be displayed' by all mem
A membership canvas will be
made 'by Tom Angel, Jim Perry,
John M. Archer, G. L. Honk, Maj
or Carmack, Jess Conley and Til
lery Love, as canvasser..'.
By MRS. O. V. MINCEY
Mrs. Will Thompson ha, been
taken to Angel's hospital for treat
ment of a; serious case of blood
J. R. Berry lias returned to his
home after spending six months
at Fort Bragg where he was em
ployed by the government.
Mrs. (r. C. Smith ha& been con
fined to her 'bed for the past three
weeks 'with a serious case of ton
Fres Premium Coupons In Every Bag
The Franklin baseball team
was organized and held, its first
meeting Tuesday night in the
courthouse with 12 members pres-
. W. C. Newton was elected man
ager for the coming year, and E.
J. Whitmire assistant manager,
with J. C. Cunningham business
It was decided that the team
join the Tri-State League.
There will be a practice game
at Otto CCC cairip Sunday after
noon at 2:30. All team members
are asked to be present.
The Tri-State League is com
posed of Hayesville, Hiwassee, Ga.,
Asheville and Copperhill, Tenn.,
Baldwinsville, Bryson City, .
On Saturday, May 17 the Bos
ton Hobos will play here. They
have traveled for m the past 12
years, going over 133,000 miles
playing amateur and emipro ball
air over the country, winning -65
f . i
per cent oi meir games, naving
comic ball players.
Mrs. M. A. Rowell
Passes In Manchester, Ga.
News was received by friends
here Friday of the death of Mrs.
M. A. Rowell in Manchester, Ga.
She was the mother of Mrs. T.
S. Munday, who operated the
Munday hotel here for several
Mrs. W. R. Rowland is improv
ing after suffering from a slight
.stroke of apoplexy.
Miss Lura Mae- Fouts of Ashe
ville spent the week-end with her
mother Mrs. , C. H. Fouts at her
Carlyle. Sheppard is in Angel
IjospitaJ suffering from a broken
Mrs. Loyd Hampton of Gastonia
was visiting her sister, Mrs. Ralph
Raleigh Sanders has moved into
his new home on Iotla.
" Messrs Harley Carnes and Glenn
Dehart made a business trip to
Wilmington last week. .
R. L;" Welch is erecting a new
house on the Slagle farm which
he purchased recently.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Rowland
and children attended a birthday
dinner given in honor -of Mrs.
Rowland's father, W. E. Smith on
Bunjingtown last Sunday. Mr.
Smith was 70 years of age. He is
still active and. goes about his
work as he has for the past years.
Mrs. A. R. Paul and son Billy
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowland
of Macon, Ba., were visiting rela
tives on Iotla recently.
Miss Edith Waters is spending
several days with Mr.- and Mrs.
W, R. Rowland.
Mrs. James Poindexter is able
to be out again after several days
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Dehart and
children, Creed and Christene. vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Dehart's daugh
ter, Airs, Weaver Cochran of
Miss Grace Cole of Bryson City
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Cole. .
George Byrd spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Berlin Welch, son of Rev. and
Mrs. C. C. Welch, who is attend
ing college at Brevard, spent one
week visiting here.
"Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huddle of
Asheville spent the week-end with
Mrs. Huddle's parent,"?, Rev and
Mrs. C. C. Welch.
The farmers have taken advan
tage of the pretty weather pitch
ing their crops.
Fred Carnes who has been sick
several months is able to be out
Glenn Smith who has been in.
the Baptist hospital at Winston
Salem returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs: John Fulbright of
Gastonia spent the week-end with
Airs. I-ulbnghts parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. McGaha.
Floyd Ramsey is; supplying th
mail tor Winf Dehart.
Paul Smith has purchased a mo
Jiug sogers made a business tn
to Asheville Thursday.
Jesse Mason was in our midst
Lex Cabe who is in the CCC
camp spent the week-end with
hiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
A forest fire broke out Satur
day evening. Neighbors( responded
with rakes, and with the assistance
of CCC boys got the fire put out
alter considerable damage to tim
ber over several acres.
CARD OF THANKS
vc wisn 10 manic our many
inenas tor their kindness and sym
pathy .shown us through the illness
and death of our husband and
father. Also for the beautiful flor
MRS. JOSEPH MORGAN, TR
CARD OF TUAMVQ .
We Wish to thank our manv
inends tor the kindnrct hmvn
and the aid rendered during the
illness a,nd death nf m.r invmn
mother. Also for the floral offer
P. T. A. Installs
The Franklin ; Parent-Teachera
Association held their final meet
ing for the year on Monday after
noon in the! high school auditor
ium, with Mrs. Fred Slagle, presi
dent, presiding. '
Following the various reports
Mrs. Slagle appointed Mrs. Lola
Barriington, Miss Helen Plonk and
W. H. Finley on the auditing com
mittee. They are to audit the
books and make their report at
the next session of school work.
The new officers to serve dur
ing the ensuing year were install
ed in an impressive service with
Mrs. Slagle as installing officer..
'The1 officers include Mrs. John
Wasilik, 'president; Mrs. Richard
S. Jones, vice-president; Mrs.
Thad , I). Bryson, . treasurer; Mrs.
Giis LeachV treasurer; Mrs. Haugh
ton Williams, historian.
Mrs. Higgins' Class
Mrs. Higgins invites all "friends
and the public to attend the recital
of her music pupils at the Macon
Theatre on. Sunday, April .7, at
2 p. m.
The Cowee School Rhythm Band
will play on the program.
The folkes of Midway are quite
busy at this time.
Annie Jean Penland who has
been quite ill, is reported to be
Arthur Sanders, who is employ
ed at Fort Bragg is spending a
few days, with hoin folks here,
Mr. Ned Coward visited Mrs.
Grady Ramey the past week.
Sam Sellers who is employed at
Fayetteville, spent -'the week-end
with home folks.
Mrs. Marion 'Ledford visited her
mother, Mrs. Arthur Sanders, tlje
Mildred Ledford visited at Mar
ion Sanders a few days last week.
Frank Dills who has been employ
ed at Dallas, Ga., has returned
An nou n c i n g
The Opening Of Our
Lay on d! ry E) epa rt m einift
VVe are now ready to take care of your Laundry with your Dry
Cleaning. Experienced operator will be in charge. We invite you
to call by and see us. Phone us for pick up and delivery, service.
. Fr a ok 1 in L a o n d r y
& Dry Cleaners
WU AT SUCH
We have a large stock of Used Cars and Trucks
for you to make your selection from. They are
yours for the asking. These cars have all been
We sell the best and junk the rest
IEUII&II&EILIL MTTCII& CD.
Franklin, - - North Carolina.
Dollar A Dozen
A dollar a dozen for eggs is al
most an unheard of price, yet some
farmer or poultryman in, this com
munity is going to. get that price,
according to Jack , Ray, at Ma-con
Here is how this unusual price
is being made possible. 'Mr. Ray
has arranged a novel egg-laying
demonstration in his feed store.
Eight hens from eight different
poultry flocks in this community
have been placed in an egg-laying
battery and the pullets that lays
the most eggs between April 14
and June 14 inclusive, will earn
$1.00 per dozen for her owner.
Mr. Ray points out that every
one who is engaged in raising
poultry and producing eggs will
find it worth while to stop in and
see the hens entered in this local
Give a new Elgin Watch
either in natural yel
low gold, or the new
rose color. .
Gro ver Jamison
NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE
OFFERED SUCH FINE
Of Otter Creek School
The Junior-Senior banquet of the
Otter Creek school was held last (
week at Legion Hall, with the five
seniors and six juniors of the five
seniors and six juniors of . the
school present. . .Supt. Houk, 'Mrs.
Paul Grist and Miss Charlotte
Young, former principal, were
guest' speakers, also the faculty of
the school -and 'the local committee.
Dr. Corbin gave several readings.
The classes attended the show
after -the banquet. 1
Sponaored fcy Eautenu, Star
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Night Shows 7:30-9:30
FRIDAY. APRIL 25
JANE WITHERS IN
Alto Ckapt. No. S
"DEAD WOOD DICK"
SATURDAY. APRIL 26
"It's A Knockout"
With: ARTMUH KENNEDY
Alio CHARLES STARRETT In
"The Durango Kid"
MON.-TUES, APRIL 28-29
BETTY DAVIS IN
"The Great Live"
WED.-THURS., APRIL 31
ALAN CURTIS IN
Paul Carpenter, Prop.