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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1942.
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
MRS. H. G. STORY
NOTICE TO HIGHLANDS RESIDENTS
Mrs. H. G. Story is the news reporter and representative of The
Franklin Press and The Highlands Maconkan in Highlands and
vicinity. She is prepared to receive advertisements and subscrip
tions as well as new9 items. We refer you to Mrs. Story for any
service .that this newspaper may render you or your community.
Highlands Presbyterian Church
Rev. H. T. Bridgman, Minister
10 a. m. Sunday School and
H a. m. Morning Worship and
P-. m. Sunday School,
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
4 p. m. Wednesday Junior
Christian Endeavor at 'the manse
7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer
Church of the Incarnation
Rev. A. Riufus Morgan, Rector
10 a. m. Sunday School.
4. p. m. Evening Prayer and
Highjand Methodist Church
Rev. J. S. Higgins, Pastor
Horse Cove: 10 a. m. Preach
Highlands: lJ a. rrt. Preaching.
Clear Creek : 2 :3Q p. m. 'Breach
Highland Baptist Church
Rev. J. G. Benfield, Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School. .
11 a. m. Sermon.
7 p. m. B. T. U.
8 p. m. Sermon.
MISSION , STUDY PERIOD
This month members of the Pres
byterian church are observing a
study period of Foreign Mission
work, preparatory to the week of
prayer and self-denial February 1
to 8, in this connection, the Rev.
H. T. Bridgman, pastor of the
church, began a series of sermons
on "Missions" last Sunday morn
ing, using as his subject "The Why
of Foreign Missions", and citing
the disparity of privilege in Chris
tian and non-Christian lands.
will speak on "The How of For
eign Missions lln that address
he plans to tell how a missionary
works, and wtyat he does, illustrat
ed from his oKvn experience of 20
years' service in fcjbina.
A Communicants' ipia&s, organiz
ed by Mr. Bridgnianjsgot off to a
good start at the Majfic last Mon
day afternoon, with prk thildren
and you,ng people priith,t. These
classes will be held once, a . week
and it is not too late fofeftjthers
CARD CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. W. H. COBB
Mrs. W. H. Cobb was hostess to
the Wednesday Card Club at des
sert bridge last week. Mrs. E. E.
Newsom, Mrs. Frank B. Cook and
Miss Sara Gilder assisted ihe hos
tess in serving, the dessert. Blue
and yellow strawflowers with ever
greens were' used as decorations.
Mrs. Frank B. Cook won high
score prize and Mrs. E. R. Gilbert
was final winner of the defense
stamps given as the traveling prize.
Mrs. Jack Wilcox and Miss Re
becca Nail were guests of the club
and the guest prize was awarded
to Mm. Wilcox.
greens were used about th room.
MET TUESDAY AFTERNOON
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church met with Mrs.
H. T. Bridgman at the manse on
Tuesday afternoon. This meeting
marked the beginning of the For
eign Mission season, and the pro
gram, "Christ, the Church and the
World" was led by Mrs. W. H.
The talk by Mrs. Bridgman, a
missionary to China for 20 years
prior to her return to this country
about a year ago, and her display
of Chinese methods of travel and
maps of the country, added a
great deal of interest to the meet
ing. Mrs. Charles J. Anderson as
sisted Mrs. Bridgman in serving
Members present were Mrs. E.
E. Newsom, Mrs. Sidney McCarty,
Miss Ruth Carter, Mrs. Elliot
Caziarc, Mrs. W. H. Cobb, Mrs.
Charles J. Anderson Miss Dor
othea Harbison and Mrs. Bridgman.
"They Met In Argentina,"
And Dance at Helen's Barn
v mnr-ina Ml. BridiZ-
DR. JESSIE Z. MORELAND
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Dr. Jessie Z. Moreland entertain
ed with a bridge party on Sat
urday evening at her home on
Main street as a courtesy to the
Wednesday Afternooji Bridge Club.
High score prize was won by Miss
Sara Gilder and the traveling prize
by Mrs. C. C. Potts.
Club members enjoying the oc
casion were Mrs. W. H. Cobb,
Mrs. Elliott Caziarc, Mrs. Frank
B. Cook, Mrs. E. R. Gilbert, Mrs.
Tudor N. Hall, Mrs. J. A. Hines,
Mrs. Thomas C. Harbison, Mrs.
Jack M. Hall, Mrs. H. G. Story,
Mrs. C. C. Potts, and Miss Sara
er. Mrs. Doris Abbott was a
fpmr player and assisted Dr.
Moreland in serving a pla
jref after the game.
' Vase of' English Wjf
the mantlepiece and ot
B. M. U. INSTALLS
I nstlkajijft services - tor new of
ficers of the . BfepttSt Woman's Mis
sionary Union were held at the
January meeting on Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. S. T. Marett.
The service was read by Mrs. J.
G. Benfield and the prayer offered
by Mr. Benfield, pastor of the
The officers installed were Mrs.
B. H. Neely, president; Mrs. Floyd
Rogers, first vice-president; Mrs.
Marvin Baty, second vice-president
and program chairman; Mrs. O.
F. Summer, third vice-president and
young people's director; Mrs. Doyle
Burgess, secretary; Mrs. Lawrence
Hicks, treasurer; Mrs. Guy Paul,
mission study dhairman ; and Mrs.
Carl Zoellner, personal service
The program topic for Wednes
day was "The Hand of Provi
dence." A majority of the 15 per
sons present had a part on the
program. Annual reports by the
various committees were heard at
this meeting. One of the new pro
jects adopted by this organization
at Wednesday's meeting is that of
keeping in touch, by means of let
ters and other remembrances, with
the young men of this community
who are in defense service.
After the closing prayer by Mr.
Benfield, MrSf Marett was assisted
ing sandwiches, cakes
by Mrs. O.
Also Keno Party For
Benefit Paralysis Fund
"They Met in Argentina" will
be shown at Highlands School
Theatre, through the courtesy of
Prof. O. F. Summer, on Tuesday
night, January 27th, for the bene
fit of the Infantile Paralysis Foun
dation, it has been announced by
Miss Eva Potts, Highlands chair
man. This picture has been given
for the occasion by the RKO
Radio 'Corporation. There will al
so be a two-reel comedy. Admis
sion prices for Tuesday night are
ten ceruts and twenty-eight cents.
The show will begin promptly at
Miss Potts also advises that the
dance in celebration of the Presi
dent's birthday will toe held on
the night of January 31st at
Helen's Barn. This dance will bt
under the supervision of Miss
Following her usual custom Mrs.
S. A. Wilson is giving the use of
the hall for .the President's birth
A Keno party for the benefit
of the Foundation was held at the
school lunch room on Tuesday
evening, with Mrs. H. P. P.
Thompson in Charge.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gosling of
Buribank, Calif., have announced
the birth of a daughter, Gail Ellen,
on December 30. Mrs. Gosling will
be remembered as the 'former Miss
Eileen Reese of Highlands.
Mayor and Mrs. W. H. Cobb
had as their weekend guests Mr.
Cobb's nephew, Jack Watkins, a
senior at Clemson college, and his
roommate, Herbert Tarleton, also
a senior at Clemson.
Mrs. H. D. Randall of Cincin
nati, Ohio, arrived Saturday for a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jack
Wilcox and Mr. Wilcox, at Billy
Frazier Redden has returned
from a several weeks' stay in Del-
ray Beach, Fla whece, his parents,
M-c wo -Mrs. r. tteaaen, or.,
iding the winter.
corps at Albuquerque, N. M. Hir
am is the son of Mrs. Florence
McKinney and the late T. G. Mc
kinmey, and has been in service
since last August.
Jack H. Potts, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank H. Potts, has been
transferred from Fort Eustis, Va.
to Washington, D. C, arid is in
the cpast artillery and anti-aircraft
coTps, department of communica
Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Taller.
have announced the birth of a
daughter, Judith Gail, on January
6, at their home on the Dillard
Road. Mrs. Tallent is the former
Miss Alma Penland.
Mrs. Tudor Calloway has return
ed from a three weeks' visit with
her sister, Mrs. B. A. Stephens ir
Edward Potts of Fort Croft, S.
C, spent the weekend here with
his parents, Postmaster and Mrs.
C. C. Potts.
The January meeting of the Wo
man's Society of Christian Service
of the Methodist Church was held
at the home of Mrs. J. Z. Gottwals
on Tuesday, with seven members
present and a very imteresting pro
gram. The meeting was conducted
by the new president, Mrs. R. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards,
and Mr. and Mns. John Pearso,n
of Spokane, Wash., were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Back In Marines; Mother
Receives Official Letter
Red Cross War Relief
Continues To Come In
Additional contributions to the
Red Cross War Relief fund an
nounced by Mrs. Frank H. Potts
are: Boy Scouts $8.05; from An
enthusiastic Highlands visitor",
Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, 111., $5;
Potts Brothers, $3; Mrs. H. D.
Randall, $3; and the following one
dollar contributions: Miss Maude
Crane, H. S. Halley, Rev. J. G.
Benfield, Gene Woods, Miss Laura
Hawkins, and School Children, 91
To date $29000 have been turned
in by Mrs. Potts who said the
campaign will continue until the
irmey is in the ir 1 full quota has ber reached.
'Mrs. Callie Beale has just re
ceived a letter from the Southern
Recruiting Division of the United
States Marine Corps at Savannah,
Ga., informing her of the re-enlist
ment of her son, John Beale, in
the Marines. We are quoting the
letter in part below:
"Dear Mrs. Beale: Your son,
John Edwan, has volunteered in
ithe United States Marine Corps
for a second enlistment . . . you
can well toe proud of your son's
decision to help his country to
ward victory. John was . honorably
discharged from the Marine Corps
last June as a chief cook. He was
reappointed to that rating imme
diately upon re-enlistment.
"Knowing you are proud to have
your son back in the Marine
Corps, I am enclosing some seals
which will identify your home and
autobomile as having a member of
the family in the Marine service.
I assure you it gives me genuine
pleasure to have your ison back in
the Marine Corps. I feel certain
he will get back into the swing of
Marine activity and that when vic
tory is ours, you, as well as I,
.shall be proud of his accomplish
ments. I would like to hear from
you from time to time concerning
your son's progress in the Marines,
and wish to remain, .
Yours in Service
(Signed) A. C. Small,
Major, U. S. Marine Corps Ret'd,
Officer in Charge."
John left high .school after the
tenth grade to join the Marines
and finished his eleventh grade
work the first year, also taking a
four years' course in architecture
during his first enlistment. Since
the termination last June of his
former enlistment period, John has
held a responsible position with the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, with
headquarters at Waycross, Ga.
Motor Vehicle Tax
Stamps At P. O.
Postmaster C. C. Potts states
that Federal Motor vehicle tax
stamps are now on sale at the
postoffice. According to existing
laws, all cars in operation from
the first day of February must
have a Federal tax stamp on the
WANT ADS GET RESULTS!
Sale Begins Sat., Jan. 24th
Doors Open at 9:00 A. M.
STOCK LIQUIDATING SALE
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ONE TABLE LADIES' .
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MEN'S HEAVY WT.
Short and Long SleeTM
LADIES' FULL FASHION
Seconds in High Quality Horn
MEN'S CUSHION MAGIC
$3.23 VAL. l
SI MM or.
LADIES' ALL LEATHER
$3 00 VAL.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
ONE TABLE MDSE.
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Marked Down Mercilessly For This Spectacular Event
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