THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 194
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
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COMINGS AND GOINGS
ITEMS FOR THIS COLUMN PHONE 24
Sunday, September 13th
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. F. Roger
9:45 a.m. Dible school.
11 :00 a.m. Morming worship.
7:00 p.m. B.T.U.
8:00 p.m. Evening wo'rship. ,
Rev. J. L Stokea II
10:00 a.m. Church school.
1 :00 a.m. Worship service.
0:00 p.m. Young 1'eople's Fel
lowship. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. Hubert WardUw
10:00 a.m. Sunday school.
11 :00 a,m. Services.
5:00 p.m. Christian Endeavor.
2nd and 4th 'Sunday i:
10:00 a.m. Preaching.
11 :00 am. Sunday school.
ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL
Rev. A. Rufu Morgan
10:00 a.m. Church school.
8:00 D.m. Evening prayer and
MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT
Rev. J. C. Swaim
2nd Sunday :
11:00 a,m.-Mt. Zion..
2:00 p.m. Maiden's ,
7:30 p.m. Gillispie's.
Rev. Philip L. Green
11:00 a.m. Snow Hill.
7:30 p.m. Iotla.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC PARISH
Rev. A F. Rofarbacher
Every 2nd wnd 4th Sunday:
8:00 a.m. Franklin.
11 :00 a.m. Highlands.
Rev. C. W. M odder, Pastor
10:00 a.m. Sunday school.
11:15 a.m. Morning worship.
8:30 p.m. Evangelistic service.
Mt. Sinai Church, Burningtown
10:00 a.m. Sunday school.
2nd Sunday, 3 p. m. and 8 p. m.
4th Sunday, 3 p. m.
RECEPTION TO HONOR
SGT. AND MRS J. N. TESSIER
Mrs. Reba Tessier, Mrs. Jesse
Sloan and Mrs. W. S Smith are
giving an informal reception on
Thursday evening to Mr and Mrs.
Jesse N. Tessier, who are visitors
here. Technical Sergeant Tessier
is being transferred from Ephra
ta Air Base near Spokane, Wash
ington, to the officers' training
school at Miami, Fla. This is
Mrs. Tessier's first visit to her
husband's family here, and his
many friends will be glad of the
opportunity of meeting her. She
will remain for a visit of several
T E L. CLASS TO MEET
WITH MRS. HYDE
The T.E.L. class of the Baptist
church will meet with Mrs. E. L.
Hyde Tuesday afternoon, Septem
ber 15, at 3 p.m.
The Bradley reunion will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Bradley of Otto Sunday, Sep
MR. AND MRS. CHAS. WHITE
ARE VISITING MORRISONS'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of
Darrington, Wash., are now visit
Wig Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. J.
K. Morrison, and Mr. Morrison.
They moved from Macon county
31 years ago to Darringlotx Mrs.
White was the former Miss Iva
Lee Wilson, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson, of
Two of the White's sons are
petty officers in the Navy; one
of vhom has been in tne thick
of the fight in the Pacific since
Pearl Harbor. Mr. White had
with him three citations from the
War department for his son, Fer
guson, who is on a submarine
operating in the Pacific. He was
twice "commended for contribut
ing materially to the success of
the mission" of his vessel; once
for the sinking of five enemy
hips totaling 16,485 tons, and
again for having attacked and
destroyed one enemy vessel. The
third citation was .'for courage
in action' in the battle in the
Marshall end Gilbert islands. His
hip was also in the Midway
battle, Mr. White reported.
The F. S. Johnston Bible class
will hold a rummage sale Satur
day, September 12, at the old
bank building on Maiu treet.
The Macon county chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy will meet with Mrs. A.
L. McLean Monday afternoon,
September 14, at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. K. W. Sutton of Sylvan
district director of the North
arolima Parent - Teacher associa
tion, and Mrs. E. N. Howell of
Swamtanca, field representative,
will conduct a conference for
P.T.A. officers and leaders in
the Methodist Sunday school room
on Thursday beginning at 2 pm.
Mrs. Carl Slagle, president of the
Franklin P.T.A., has notified all
officers in the town and county
by letter, since the appointment
was not announced in time for
last week's paper. All interested
persons have been urged to at
tend. The first meeting of the Frank
lin P.T.A. will be held Monday
afternoon, September 21, at the
school, beginning at 4 p.m. The
program will be in charge of Mrs.
Lola Barrington. The year's theme
will concern the welfare of school
children in wartime.
H. D. CLUB SCHEDULE
Monday, Sept. 14 Otter Creek
Club at Otter Creek school. 2:30
Tuesday, Sept. 15 Oak Grove
H D. club with Mrs. Fred Morri
son, 2 p.m. y
Wednesday, Sept. Ify-artooge-chaye
club with Mrs. W. D. Big
gers, 2 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 17 Sialy club
at Scaly school at 2 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 18 Burningtown
club with Mrs. Robert Parrish at
Catherine Young, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young, of
route 2, has returned home from
Chicago, where she spent the
summer visiting her brother, Ken
neth, oF Akron, O., and also her
sister, Mrs. L. A. Keener, and
family of Shelby, O. Om . her
way home she visited another sis
ter, Mrs. L. A. Jo Hay, and Rev.
Jollay, of London, Ky. Rev. and
Mrs Jollay accompanied her home
for visit to Mrs. Jollay's par
ents and other relatives.
Miss Jessie Ramsey, who has
been attending Furman university
is spending several days with rel
atives, prior to teaching at Ashe
boro High school, Asheboro.
Miss Virginia Slagle left Friday
to take up her duties as teacher
of music in the Junior High
school, Spartanburg, S. C.
Miss Mary Enloe of Ktioxville,
Teiyi., spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Zickgraf
are making a six-weeks' tour of
Mrs. W. S. Cooke and daugh
ter, Mrs. Inez Rozzell, and grand
daughter, Judy Rogers, of Greens
burg, Ind., spent last week with
Mrs. Cooke's mother and sister,
Mrs. J. J. Conley and Miss Char
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Leather
man" and small daughter, Clau
dette, of Detroit, Mich, are visit
ing Mrs. Leat herman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Thompson,
in East Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. George Patton of
Raleigh spent last week with her
mother, Mrs. Penland.
Carl P. Cabe, who is now em
ployed in the Government Print
ing office, Washington, D. C,
spent the week-end at his home
Mrs. Howard L. Valentine of
Winston-Salem and Mrs. J. S
Porter of Hendersotwille spent
the week-end with their mother,
Mrs. C C. Cunningham. Mrs.
Neal Johnson, their sister, re
turned with Mrs Porter to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Angel and
family have returned to their
home in Hoynes City, Fla., after
spending their vacation here at
the Kelly Tea Room.
Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Hayes,
who have been spending the
summer with Mrs Hayes' mother,
Mrs. Sam L. Rogers, have re
turned to their bone in Greensboro.
OUR VALLEYS OF DECISION
By Louis Brom field
"This is a new kind of war
a war for which we have as yet
been unable even to fiind a name.
It marks a turning point in world
history, the most enveloping and
decisive turning point there litis
ever been, because for tflie first
time in the world's history - the
eiMire world is involved and be
cause the decision involves the
whole future of civilization.
"IT he future of civilization is a
vague and tremendous and ora
torical phrase. Interpreted and
broken down, it means the free
dom of yourself and myself, whe
ther we sluall be allowed to live
in a decent fashion, enjoying lib
erty and prosperity and human
dignity, involving the future of
the very house we live in, the
Mrs. Ethel Emsley of the Ashe-
ville Orthopedic hospital, Ashe-
ville, and Miss Flora Willkie of
Marshall visited their mother,
Mrs. W. G. Willkie, last week
Mrs Dan Willkie and small daugh
ter, Ann, of Fair Hope, Ala., is
also visiting Mrs. Willkie.
Rev. Bellingrath filled the pul
pit of the Presbyterian church in
te absence of the pastor, Kev.
Mrs. Zock Moses of Bakers
field, Calif., and Mrs. Tom Pollis
of Los Angeles are visiting Mr.
and Mrs, Joe Ashear of Frajiklin
and other relatives and friends
of Ellijay. This1 is their first
f visit in 14 years ot Macon coun
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Primus
of Spokane, Wash., announce the
birth of a son David, on Thurs
day, September 3. Mrs. Primus is
the former Miss Carol Tessier,
daughter of Mrs. Reba Tessier, of
A daughter, Barbara Ann, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mor
gan at their home on Franklin,
route 1, August 29.
Gene Edgar, a son, was bom
to Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Woodard
at their home in the Leatherman
section of the county on August
On August 31, a daugter, Ed
wina, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
John William Bishop at their
home at Gay in Jackson county.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Simons
announce the arrival of a daugh
ter, i Barbara Ann, September 1.
BUSINESS GIRLS' LUNCHEON
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You In Our New
And Splendid Location
MR. AND MRS. K. F. MONTAGUE
ERVING OUR COUNTRY
Our service- it on of Public Trust, dedicated to tht
public welfare. We shall faithfully observe the Gov
ernment's wartime regulations including the price
ceilings established by the Office of Price Admin,
Wo shall always counsel against unwarranted ei
penditures, giving to each family calling us the ad
vice that enables it to keep the cost within its means
WE SERVE AS WE WOULD BE SERVED.
happiness and well-oeimg of our
children, the opportunities of
young people and all the comfort
and security of the old. It af
fects how we shall worship God
and how and whether we can live
in decency with our (neighbors
We can help, all of us, by fight
wg, by working, by keeping our
courage high. We can help, too,
enormously, by lending to our
selves the money which is neces
sary to wim this war, by testify
ing to our confidence in our own
country, our own battle. War
Bonds and Stamps are weapons
exactly as tanks and gums are
weapons. Buy now not tomor
row or next day but now, to
save what God gave us and what
we have fought for sir.ee our
country became a Nation BUY
U. S. Treasury Department.
Of County Return To
Schools And Colleges
A large number of Franklin and
Macon county young people will
leave this week and next to take
up their duties in various prepar
atory schools and colleges.
Lewis Patton and Eugene Furr
will return to the University of
-North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Returning to North Carolina State
college, Raleigh, are Kenneth
Bryant, Andrew Patton, Albert
Ramsey, Herory Cabe, Jr., and
Kathryn Long, Dorothy Sloan,
Dorothy L. Morrison, Emogene
Landrum, Edith Hickman and
Doris Corbin will enter Woman's
college of the University of North
Carolina in Greensboro. Lar.e
Porter, who was graduated from
Peace Junior college, Raleigh, in
June, will enter Peabody college.
Nashville, Tents., Dorothy Fouts,
Lolita Baldwin, Mildred Reid,
Ann Ray, Clayton Ramsey, Bob
by Carpenter, Merle Kinsland,
Iva Dean Roper and Louise Kims
land will enter Western Carolina
Teachers' college, Cullowhee.
Marion Norton of Highkwds
will go to Brevard ; Delma Ed
wards to Appalachian State
Teachers' . college, Boone ; Mary
Evelyn Angel and Edith Poindex
ter to Cecil's Business college;
Dorothy Reid to Mars Junior col
lege; Mary and Mamie Adding
ton to Brevard; Mary Frances
Page to Stevens college, Colum
bia, Mo., for her senior high
school year. Kenneth Conley will
enter Pfeiffer; Richard Sloan will
33 to Davidson college; Allan
Brooks will return to Duke uni
versity, Durham, and John Was
ilik to Manhattan college, New
HOT ROLLS AND
COFFEE OR TEA
NIGHT PHONE V
The . Franklin, library has re
ceived a gift of 17,5 books from
E. C- Soper, consisting of rhany
valuable volumes, of fiction and
non-fiction. Among these is a
complete set of Thackery and a
set of Masterpieces of the
World's Best Literature. "Green
Centuries" by Caroline Gordon,
and "At the Moon's Inn" by
Andrew Lytle" are among the new
Thu Week' Theme
"What We Are Saving For" is
the theme for this week's display
at the War Information center
in the library. There are nianv
pamphlets, books and posters per
taining to U. S. War Savings
The titles of some of these are
"It Is Later Than You Think,'
"Defense and Your Dollar," The
Part Bonds Play In National De
fense," and "Our America."
Ray Green is improving after
being ill for some time.
Edna Wilson has returned to
St. Augustine, Fla., after speed
ing her vacation with her par
Carl Vinson and family were
recent visitors in this section.
Zillah Wilson sperm Saturday in
Allison Shenad of New York is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. V. McKinney.
Mrs. Margaret Ballew is on the
Aylor Chastain. has returned
from Charleston, S. C, where he
as been working for some time.
Says Dr. J. W. Studebaker, U
Commissioner of Education!:
'America must build armaments.
Yes, but America must also pre
pare now for the time to come
when she shall help to bind up
the world's wounds, feed its hun
gry children, purge away its hates
and rancors. As citizens support
their Christian ' colleges mow, they
help to prepare this army of
peace, righteousness and justice."
Potts' Burial Ass'n.
Protect, the Whole Family
Fine Solid Oak (Caskets
Having qualified as administra
trix of Sarah F. Bolick, deceased,
late of Macon county, N. C, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or before the 8th
day of September, 1943, or this
notice will be plead in bar of . their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
mediate settlement. This Mi day
of September 1942.
Arietta Bolick, Administratrix.
See Our . . .
And . . .
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The Purina dealer has re
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