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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1M2
THE FftANKUN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS UACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
ITEMS FOR THIS COLUMN PHONE 24
SUNDAY, APRIL 12
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. F. Roger
11 a. fn. Morning Worship..
7 p m. B. T. U.
8 p. m. Evenittig worship.
Rev. J. L. Stokes II
10:30 a. m. Church school.
11 a. m. Worship- service.
6:00 p. m. Young Peoples Fellowship.
Rev. Hubert Wardlaw
10 a. m. Sunday school.'
1 1 St. m. Services.
5 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Morrison Presbyterian Church
10 a. m. preaching
11 a. m. Sunday School
ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL
Rev. A. Rufus Morgan
10:00 a. m. Church School.
5 p. m. Evening prayer
MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT
Rev. J. C. Swaim
ll a. m. Mt. Zion
2 p. m. Maiders's
7;30 p. m. Gillispie's
11 a. m. Snow Hill
7 p. m. Iotla
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC PARISH
Rev. A. F. Rohrbacher
Every First Sunday:
8:00 a. m. Bryson City,
Every Second and Fourth Sunday:
8 :00 a. m. Franklin
Every Third Sunday:
8:00 a. m. Cherokee.
11:00 a. m. Wayhesville.
11 a. m. Vymftvirlr
Rev. C. W. Modeler, Pastor
11 a. m. Sunday School.
11:15 a. m. Morning worship.
7:30 p. f. Evangelistic service.
7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer
MRS. T. W. ANGEL
Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., was re
elected president of the Franklin
Garden clul) at a meeting at the
home of Mrs. J. E. S. Thorpe
Other offices elected to serve
during the coming year include
Mrs. R. M. Kinuner, vice-president ;
Mrs. J. L. Stokes, stcretary, and
Mrs.! C. N. Dowdle, treasurer, re
elected. Mrs. L. H. Page, vice-president,
presided in the aibsence of the
.president, Mrs. Tj W. Angel, Jr.
Mrs. Dowdle, secretary, gave a
report of the work accomplished
during the past year and of the
contributions made to various organizations.
A recruit undergoing training at
any Marine Corps training station
is known as a "Boot."
Miss Dorothy Houston of Frank
lin Route 3, spent Easter in Ashe-
ville visiting relatives and friends
Mrs. Charles Uownes and Jessie
Lee of Franklin spent Easter in
Asheville seeing friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Moore and
Mrs. A. B. Omohundro spent East
er weekend with their sister, Mrs,
W. W. Hearn ira Salisbury.
Mrs. Tom Angel and son, Tommy
HI, sipent .several days with Mrs.
Angel's mother, Mrs. Carmichael
Mrs. R. E. Weldh visited her
sister in Greensboro over Easter
Mrs. St. Clair Anderson is im
proving after a recent illness.
June Thompson, daughter of Mrs.
H. P. Thompson of Highlands,
Louise Kinsland, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Kinsland of Frank
lin, and Mattie Pearl Raby, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James M.
Raby of Franklin, made the Beta
honor roll for the winter quarter
at Western Carolina Teachers
Miss Margaret Franks and Mr.
C. O. Ferguson) of Winston-Salem,
were weekend guests of Miss
Franks' mother, Mrs. Eloise G.
Mrs. J. S. Sloan and W. N.
Sloan returned to Franklin Sun
day from Atlanta. Mr. Sloan will
spend two weeks here on business.
Guests of the Rev. A Rufus
Morgan and Mrs. H. E. Freas on
Easter Sunnay were Mr. and Mr.
William Tyndall and Mrs. Laura
O. Gloyne of ChercL,: ind Mrs
Durban McKinsey and sons, Pat
and Donald, of Columbia, S C.
Verlon Swafford has returned
from 1a business trip to Washing
ton. Mrs. Thomas J. Johnston spent
Easter with her children ir De
Edith Cabe who is a student at
Cecil's Business College in Ashe
ville spent the Easter holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
L. Cabe of Franklin, Route 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matlock
of Winston- Salem were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matlock of
West's Mill for the weekend.
Of Franklin School Stu
dents Far 3rd Quarter
First grade Miss Amy Hender,
son, teacher: Barbara Jean Pan
nell, Claudette Jackson, George
Browns Max Phillips, Myrtis Ann
First grade Mrs. Elizabeth Guf
fey, teacher : Carroll Childers, Jack
Love, Sammy Sutton, Joe Phillips,
Mary Carner, Patty Lou Phillips,
Jo Ann Wilhide.
Second grade Mrs. Elsie Franks,
teacher : Bobby Tysinger, Meda
Angel, Mary Ann Killian Blanche
Second grade Mrs. Kate Wil
liams, teacher : Lesher Greene,
Kathryn Anne Blaine, Katrina
Cochrane, Ellero Ann Higdon, Char
Third grade Mr.s. Pearl Hunter,
teacher: Marshall Ramey, Joanette
Hall, Frieda Elliot, Mary Sue Potts,
Third grade Mrs. Margaret Bol
ton, teacher: Evelyn Roper, Frank
Fourth grade Mrs. Beatrice Al
ley, teacher: Howard Baldwin,
Curley Gene Walker.
Fourth grade Miss Edna Jami
son, teacher: Lugone Green, Jeain
ette Robinson, Edith Plemmons.
Fifth grade Mrs. Albert Ram
sey, teacher: Marie Jennings, Eliz
abeth Ann Phillips, Betty Williams.
Fifth grade Mrs. Virginia Ram
sey, teacher: Jtforgen Hall, oeorge
Ramey, Jr., Manuel Holland, Frank
Shearhouse, Bobby Bryson.
Sixth grade Mrs. Lola Barring-
ton, R-acher: Ann Cabe, Barbara
Childers, Ruth Angel, Lucille Han
nah, Irene Gail Bryson.
Eighth grade Mrs. Katherine
O'Neil, teacher: Joan Palmer, Jean-
Eighth grade Miss Laura Thom
as, teacher: Frances Furr, Dor
othy Jean Rogers, Violet Barnard,
Carolyn Long, Carolyn Leach, Mil
dred Beeco, Howell Smith, Cecil
Eighth grade Miss Helen Moore,
teacher : Annie Lou Huscusson,
Ruth Poindexter, Jurlena Tallent,
Catherine Meadows. Carol Lee
4 R- -
UNinth grade Mrs. K. J. Whit
mire, teacher: Lorene Sanders,
Ninth grade Mr. W. C. New
ton, teacher: Myra Slagle.
Tenth grade Mrs. Phillip Green
teacher: Barbara Stockton, Mary
Frances Page, Hazel Morgan.
jTenth grade Miss Jewell Van
dikrer, teacher: Betty Jane Wal-
Eleventh grade Mrs, Marie Ste
wart, teacher: Delma Edwards.
Eleventh grade Miss Marie
Haas, teacher: Jessie Barnard,
Emogen Landrum, Byrda Nell
Nell Southard, Virginia Bryant.
Ey JESSIE WILLIS
Miss Grace Tallent of Canton
and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tallent
of WinstonrSalem, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tallent of
Olive Hill last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow and son
Qarence of Burningtown visited
Mr. Poindexter's mother, Mrs. A
L. Poindexter of Olive Hill Satur
The people of this community had
a nice prayer meeting at Olive
Hill Saturday night.
Miss Berdell and Elizabeth Bry
ant of Oak Dale were the guests
of Mrs. A. L. Poindexter Satur
The farmers of this community
are busy farming during this pret
iMrs. Mary Long Tallent spent
Saturday and Sunday night with
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Willis.
Miss Leona Carnes of Brevard,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Carncs.
Miss Marie Duvall of Brevard is
spending the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Du
J. V. Smith is building e 4htw
house for his daughter on the
Morgan school property.
James Owenby of Bry sort City
spent a few days with his brother
Mrs. Leo Owenby who has been
visiting her sister in Florida has
Clyde and Hal Welch of Pon
tiac, Mich., were visiting relatives
in. this section recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mason of
Tellico were visiting Mrs. Mason's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cole
Clinton Cole who is working on
the Fontana project, spent last
weekend with his family.
John T. Weldh of Parrish was
visiting relatives in this section
Miss Grace Cole of Bryson City
spent last weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cole.
Mildred Cabe of Washington, D.
C, is spending her Easter holiday
at home. She is' employed by the
Department of Justice.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hicks
and Mrs. Tom Galloway of High
lands spenit Easter Day with Mr.
and Mrs. James West of Franklin.
Dorotry Sloan, student at W. C.
U. N. C, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Sloan of Franklin is
spending the Spring holidays with
Mrs. George Jones is visiting
her daughter, Miss Laura Jones,
in Raleigh. She went down to
spend the Easter holidays and will
remain a week longer.
WHILE THEY LAST
Macon County Supply Co.
Franklin, N. C.
(Held Over from Last Week)
Miss Kathryn Neal spent last
weekend with her brother Redge
Neal at Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dauthit and
family moved to Wine Spring re
cently. Mrs. Hettie Jones and her grand
daughter, Miss Otelia Lail have
returned to their home after Spend
ing a few weeks at Elizabethton,
Tenn. wrth Mrs. Jones' daughter
Mrs. Mae Nichols.
Mrs. John Allison and her fam
ily have moved here from Wood-
ville, N. C. Mrs. Allison was re
Don Hughes of Franklin is now
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Hughes.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Barker and
Ruby Baker of Peachtree, N. G.
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Mr. Hughes who has been very
ill, isn't considered much better.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Nichols of
Elizabethton, Tena., visited Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Neal, also Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Wriarht. last week.
Albert Dauthit died last Thurs
day, night, March 19. Burial serv
ices were conducted at the Briar
town Baptist church, Friday after
noon by the Rev. George Yonce.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Albert Dauthit who is now talc-
kjog treatment in a hospital, ann
three sons, Ralph, Burke and
Clark Dauit, and by one grand-
son, Bobby Ralph.
i Mrs. Sarah Ann Woods and Miss
Janey Woods visited Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes and Mrs. Laura oievp
Sunday, March 22.
Lock Stepp ts now home after
working a few months at Hayes-
Mrs. r en racer ana Mr. rau
Mrs. Larence Neal of Franklin
Route 1. visited Mr. and Mm.
Claude Thomas here last -week.
Kenneth Neal and his family of
-Franklin, visited Mr. Neal's par-
Kewts. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. NeaL
Merzie Mae Tomas spent a
week with her grandmother and
uncle and aunt at Franklin Route 1
The Aquone Dam is filling op
rapidly, much faster thaw it
expected. One of the clearers most
hove thought it would fill much
slower because the water is cov
ering some trees that haven't been
It has been said that war hfc
the effect of discouraging young
men from going to college, but
the Navy places more importance
than ever on higher education in
In support of this, the Navy De
partment announces plans for a
new V-l program which includes
a whirlwind campaign to acquaint
the nation's educators with the
Navy's vast officer procurement
program under which 80,000 col
lege freshmen and sophomores will
be recruited annually. These stu
dents will be enlisted as apprentice
Seamen in the U. S. Naval Re
serve. They will be allowed to con
tinue their college education at
their own expense, at least until
the end of their second college
year, and in some cases until they
receive their degrees.
4-H'ers To Raise Million
Home Gardens for Victory
One, Million 4-H Gardens! That
is the goal set by 4-H Club boys
and girls on farms, and in towns,
villages and hamlets in every sec
tion of the United States, to help
win the war.
In addition to contributing to
the nation's "food for freedom"
drive, the clubsters will have the
opportunity to win special recog
nition for meritorious service in
the national 4-H garden contest
in Which awards provided by Sears
Roebuck will be given for outstand
ing achievements in gardening.
These awards include coveted De
Gold-filled medals will be given
five representatives of the blue
award group in each county. Four
selected from the county winners
in a State will each receive a $25
Defease Bond. One of the four
State representatives will be con
sidered in selecting sectional and
national winners. There will be
eight of the latter, comprising the
two highest scoring participants
in each of the four extension sec
tions, each of whom will receive
an all-expense trip to the Nation
al 4-H Club Congress in Chicago
next November, and a $100 De
fense Bond. The contest will be
supervised by the extension service.
The first naval officer to, re
ceive the thanks of Congress or a
gold medal was John Paul Jones.
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10179 William Scott Allen.
10758 Oscar Miles Mason.
'10413 James Weaver Bradlev.
10436 Arvel William McCall.
10575 Hayes Eugene Crisp.
10140 James Charlie McCall.
105)52 William Albert Southard.
10323 Edgar lackson Carpenter.
10681 Burr Allen Childers.
10697 Ervin Patton Stockton.
10454 George Martin Byrd.
10239 Cecil Mannon Crawford.
10366 William Elmer Nichols.
10565 John Woodrow Edwards.
10786 Thomas Leonard Collier.
10124 Frank (NMN) Stiles.
10205 William Hoyt Vinson
10213 Ellis Roy Wilks.
10134 James Gordon Evitt.
10588 Carl Thomas Martin.
10447 Norman Frank Guest.
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Misery oV M-t U tJ
Try "Rub-My-TUm" a Wondarful
FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Responding to the requests of
tnany citizens of Macon couraty, I
am offering myself as a candidate
ior reelection to the House of Rep
resentative of the General As
sembly of North Carolina subject
to the Democratic primary. I pledge
the people of Macon county that
If elected I will serve them as ,
faithfully as I have endeavored to
DR. W. A. ROGERS
I hereby announce my candidacy
for reelection as Sheriff of Ma-
ton county, subject to the Demo
cratic primary. If elected, I will
continue to serve the people of
Macon county to the best of my
ability as I have in the past.
A. B. SLAGLt.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Sheriff of Macor
County subject to the Democratic
Primary of May 30, 194Z
If nominated and elected, I will
serve the county to the best of my
ability and promise to be ready at
all times to serve everyone.
FRED D. CABE
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT
For the past seven years I have
served you as Clerk of the Super
ior Court to toe best of my abil
ity. I appreciate your cooperation
in helping sne in the performance
of my duties. I now announce my
self for reelection, subject to Demo
cratic primary, and will appreciate
HARLEY R. CABE
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
I hereby announce myself as
candidate for Register of Deeds
for Macon county, subject to the
Democratic primary. Having serv
ed the people of the county ia
this capacity previously and now
filling the unexpired term of Lest
er L Arnold, I will continue to fill
the office to the best ei my ability.
C TOM BRYSON
Every Saturday Night
Music by Rudolph Carter and His Band
From 9 to 12 O'Clock
Admission 50c Per Person (tax included)
Machine Repair - Welding
ALL MAKES AND KINDS OF FARM
, EXPERT BLACKSMITH WORK
MACHINE SHOP AND LATHE WORK
DRILLING AND THREADING
ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING
L. E. English Phone 137 Roy Mashbum
Franklin, N. C.
1 lb. can 32c
2 lb- can 63c
3 lb. can 95c
N. B. C SHREDDED
WHEAT " 10'
PINEAPPLE 12 T
GREENS 2 cn.2 25
Spring Cleaning Needs
Super Suds, 2 large boxes 38c
Kick, 2 boxes 15c
Oxydol, 1 large and 1 small 26c
Lye, 2 cans 15c
Drano, can 23c
Johnson's Liquid Wax, pt 59c
Cleanser, can 5c
GARDEN SEEDS AND PLANTS