North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1M
PAGE SIX
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS KlACONTAM
West's Mill
The Home Demonstration club
met with Mrs. M. L. Rickman,ara
invalid. Members brought gifts
and had a special program for
her entertainment.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service met with Mrs. C. N.
West last week with ia good at
tendance and ai interesting pro
gram. ''Problems Jn Critical
China" was the book discussed.
Refreshments were served.
M rs. Thelma Edwards and fam
ily spent last week with Mrs.
Edwards' father, A. J. Franklin,
mar Franklin.
Miss Davis of Webster spent
the past week with Ada Ruth
West. , .
"Hill" West from Utah is visit
ilig relatives here.
Mis Vonnie West returned
from a visit to her brother and
family in Utah last Friday.
Mrs'. J. G. Owens .and young
sun, Johnny, have returned rom
Winston-Salem, where they visit
ed Mrs. Owen's oldest son,
Charles.
The Music club met with Ada
Ruth West last Monday after
noon. After the business session
an interesting program was given
on the lives of Fanny J. Crosby,
hymn composer, and John and
Charles Wesley, both music and
word composers. Kefresments
were served. The next meeting
will be with Louise Bryson.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service met at the home of
Mrs. C. N. West last week. A
large crowd attended and an in
teresting program was provided.
The book studied and discussed
was "The Problems In Critical
ChlJty." Refreshments were served.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the hundreds
of good people, both white and
colored, who gave their time and
strength through many weary
hours of search for little Robert
Alden Lawence, who wandered
from the home of his grandpar
ents on August 4, and whose dis
appearance still remains -a mys
tery. We especially thank Sher
iff Slagle and Deputy Sheriff John.
Dills, who untiringly directed and
assisted in the search, following
every clue possibe and who are
still trying to discover the fate
of our beloved, child and graixl
child. The sympathy of the many
friends and strangers is deeply
appreciated. Joe Stewart and
Carrfe Stewart,
Clifford and
Callie Lawrence.
"HOLIDAY INN"
with
BING CROSBY and FRED ASTAIRE
"EAGLE SQUADRON"
with
ALL-STAR CAST
"PARDON MY SARONG"
with
ABBOTT end COSTELLO
"TALK OF THE TOWN"
with
GARY GRANT - JEAN ARTHUR
and RONALD COLEMAN
"WAKE ISLAND"
ALL-STAR CAST
"MRS. MINIVER"
with
CREER CARSON
and WALTER PIDGEON
"ARABIAN NIGHTS"
IN TECHNICOLOR
JOHN HALL MARIA MONTEZ
and SABU
"DESPERATE JOURNEY"
with
ERROL FLYNN
and RONALD REAGAN
53
The New
We are
we wish to express apptociatioa ia ad
To thoes
to do so. and
Social Security Man
To Be In Franklin
A representative of the Ashe
ville field office of the Social
Security board will be at Room
103, Postoffice, Franklin, N. C,
Thursday, September 17, 1942, 1 :00
P. M. Eastern War Time.
Wage earners Iwho have worked
in a job covered by the Social
Security act since December 31,
1930, and have attained age 65,
may be eligible to file claim for
themselves, their wives, or minor
children, whether they have anac
cournt number or not. Surviving
relatives of deceased workers,
such as widows, children, or par
ents, or if none of the above,
persons who have paid funeral ex
penses, may be eligible to file
claim.
Persons wo have need of social
security account numbers or other
information pertaining to the Act
are invited to meet this represen
tative at the time and place men
tioned. Need Of Men Is
Stressed At Showing
Of War Films
The showing of war films on
Friday afternoon at the Macon
theatre drew a large audience.
First Lieut. B. E. Keisler of the
Army Air Corps and Staff Sgt.
Ted R Blackwell of Asheville
brought the films over and gave
the showing through the courtesy
of Clyde Gailey, manager of the
theatre;
Lieut. Keisler, who gave a com
mentary cm the pictures shown,
depicting the air forces of the
United States, stated that the U.
S. Air" Force . w& fast becoming
the finest in the world, manned
by the finest and best-trained of
aviators. He said that young men
between the ages of 18 and 25
could apply for the necessary men
tal and physical tests to become
pilots, navigators, bombardiers and
ground men. A high school edu
cation is desired, but a diploma is
not required, provided an appli
cant can pass the tests. Parents'
consent is required for men. under
21. He stated that the base pay
for single men is $276 per month
a,nd for a married man $327. Also
young men are needed in special
electric and radio service and in
the signal corps and ordnance. A
new branch of the service is the
Amphibian&men trained for shore
duty. Young women for the
WAACS and the WAVES Army
and Navy services are wanted.
Announcing
Change
In Ownership of
TOP-FLIGHT FILMS
Macon Theatre Inaugurates
With Notable List
Management of the Macon Theatre ia
pie of this progressive community that the Terr
Presented aa won at poeaible (under war condition) after they are nel sated, aad
at prices you can afford to pay. We further pledge to you that we will never
phty any pictures of a ouestsooable nature or any which are not approved by the
National Board of Censorship.
rare that the
owner it grateful
who have not visited the Theatre, we est
promise hnliausas recreation and entertains
FREE PASS! We will giadly give a Free P...
"WHERE
Classified
Advertisements
Clarified Advertising Rate.:
One and a half cents a word
30 cents minimum.
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment. Apply Miss Lassie Kelly.
2tc
WANTED To buy a good used
typewriter. Miss Louise Simile,
Route 4, Franklin, N. C
S3 2tp S10
FOR TRADE Will trade 9 acres
of land near Lake Emory for
late model light car with good
tires or for house and lot. JJ.
H. Stockton. S3-2tp-S10
NOTICE!
The Frank's Radio amd Electric
shop left their account books
with me. Also their stock of
radios. Please make future pay
ments to me at Western Auto
store. J. D. Franks.
LOST Black silk parasol with
transparent curved handle. Re
ward if returned to The Frank
lin Press office.
FOR SALE A nice young cow
24 Guernsey; good milker and
good condition. See her at Frank
Mashburn's on Walnut Creek.
D. J. Moses. ltc
THE ORIGINAL BEAUTY OF
your floors can J)e inexpensively
and easily restored with our
H1LOO CHIEF Floor Sander.
You can do the work yourself.
Franklin Hardware Co. ltc
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE A
new shipment of "Pawn Brok
er's" shoes ; also several dozens
of Fall and Winter dresses in
all sizes. See Lee Mason at
the "Pay-and-Take-It" store.
Itp
MALE HELP WANTED Movie
operators and managers, Frank
lin district. Movie; circuit work.
1622 Rhodes Haverty Bldg., At
lanta, Ga. ltp-SlO
Mrs. W. R. Rowland has been
spending a few days with her
son, I. M. Deheart, of Burning
town. Miss Hazel Childers was a
week-end guest of Mrs. George
Evans.
Mr. amd Mrs. Glen Campbell
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hershell
Burrell Sunday.
"ICELAND"
SONJA HEN IE and JOHN PAYNE
"Somewhere I'll Find You"
with
CLARK GABLE and LAN A TURNER
"The Major And The Minor"
GINGER ROGERS
and RAY MILLAND
"BETWEEN US GIRLS"
D I ANA BARRYMOR E
and ROBERT CUMMINGS
"MY SISTER, EILEEN"
ROSALIND RUSSELL
"PANAMA HATTIE"
ANN SOUTHERN
and "RED" SK ELTON
"Pride Of The Yankees"
GARY COOPER
and TERESA WRIGHT
"War Against Mr.. Hadley"
EDWARD ARNOLD
and FAY BA INTER
Franklin pledget to
heat pictures urodacod will
for your past
to anyone as the
WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENT COSTS SO LITTLE"
WE'LL DEMONSTRATE AND
rent the dtmless H I L C O
CHIEF. Re-surface your floors
the rapid, .handy, inexpensive
way very little hand-scraping.
Franklin Hardware Co. ltc
WANTED TO BUY A small
home, reasonably priced; in or
near Franklin. Mrs. B. Patch,
Locust Hill Farm, Culkasaja.
ltp-SlO
SPOT CASH for Fresh Eggs for
the next several months. C. T.
Blaine.
WANTED Will pay $1.20 per
bti. in trade for corn; $1.15 per
bu. in cash; wheat, $L10; rye,
$1.05 per bu., and 33c per doz.
for eggs. Ray Grocery and
Feed Co. lfcc-S10
Mrs. "Tony" Welch left Thurs
day for a two weeks' vacation in
Richmond, Va., and Washington.
Before returning she will viist
Mr. Welcr, who is engaged in
defense work in Tennessee.
Holly Springs
By STELLA SUE PARKER
Miss (Mildred Franklin has re
turned to Cecil's Business college,
Asheville, after spending her va
cation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. 'Franklin.
James L. Huggine, son of Mr.
and Mrs L Huggins, left last
week for Norfolk, Va., where he
is employed in the Navy Yard.
Leffertt Higdon, who has been
working at Fontana, spent the
week-end with his family." '
Miss Emmy Elibtt is now work
ing at Fomtama. For the past
two years she has been working
in Asheville.
Miss Ellen Kerr of Watauga
community visited Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Kinsland over the week
end. George Crawford is now home
from Norfolk. Va., where he has
been employed or the past two
motrths.
Miss Dewell Elliott and Cecil
Parker were Sunday guests of
Mr. and MrsrJ. H. Dotson.
A farewell party was given in
honor of Nelson Howell at the
home of his grandmother, Mrs.
Lura McCracken, Saturday night,
August 28. ( Games were played
and rereshmerats served. Every
one had a grand time.
A B.T.U. social was held by the
Holly Springs B.Y.P.U. in Char
lie Elliott's pasture Saturday eve
ning, September 5.
MACON
THEATRE
FOR FRANKLInT
The New Movie
of Fine Features
"YANK AT ETON"
MICKEY ROONEY
"NOW VOYAGER"
BETTE DAVIS
"Yankee Doodle Dandy"
JAMES CAGNEY
'Tales Of Manhattan"
MORE STARS THAN ARE IN
THE HEAVENS
"For Me And My Gal"
JUDY GARLAND
"No Time For Love"
CLAUDETTE COLBERT
and FRED MacMURRAY
"Springtime In The Rockies"
IN TECHNICOLOR
BETTY GRABLE and JOHN PAYNE
"BLACK SWAN"
W TECHNICOLOR
TYRONE POWER
and MAUREEN OHARA
who hat never seen a movie or who hat not aeaa ana ia the past year. All that
is necessary is to tell the cashier in the Baa Office and the will arre you a pats
to aae the thaw irhtaaltd. The ssssvies have aa important rale to play at this
than, while the Nation is fighting tor its very Ufa. Everyone wants ia know the
latest aewa from all over tste world and to at and hear what it actually
sag. This we will do through the News Fee tore, which thaw tuetory-tnhnea
Patriotic themes will he satahaiitid and we are tarn that the snorale of the
Nation will he thaeglfctatj hy the
It it aw opinion that THE
wsb error tne ruseet group
it rt .a aw
you will agree with aa when ,
ulsBCa tO aliOW, fLftfjBstf Wltml ansnUty
Plant Being Made For
Furnishing AAA Lime
Plans now are being made by
coun.ty AAA committees or furn
ishing ground limestone to North
Carolina farmers as a grant-of-aid
mateial under the 1943 AAA
pogram, according to G. T. Scott,
chairman of the state AAA com
mittee, with headquarters at
North Carolina State college.
Orders for limestone under the
the 1942 program already have
exceeded 300,000 tons, and orders
will be accepted under this pro
gram until September 15, Scott
said.
County AAA committees now
are soliciting bids for hauling
limestone from railroad points im
the various counties to farmyards
he said, and arrangements are
expected to be completed before
September 15, so that orders un
der the 1943 program can be tak
en by October I, Bid forms may
be obtained at the county agent's
office.
Delivery prices of limestone
under the 1942 program vary
from $2.40 to $3.90 per ton, de
pending on freight charges. Prices
under the 1943 program will be
announced as soon as arrange
ments for delivery are completed,
the chairman said.
"With farmers engaged in their
biggest production program in
history, it is expected that use
of AAA limestone under the 1943
program will be more-than 400,000
touts. Our production goals call
for mure livestock, among other
agricultural products. This means
more- pastures, and limestone is
needed to insure a good growth.
At the. same time, it is likely
that commercial nitrates will be
hard to get next year. This
niakes it necessary for farmers
to produce as much nitrogen as
possible through use o winter
legume crop, and limestone will
be used extensively to promote,
better growth of these crops,'
Scott said.
CIVIL SERVICE
EXAMS FOR TYPISTS
U. S. Civil Service Examina
tions will be given for typists
and stenographers in Bryson City
on September 10, at 2 pm. and on
September 11 at!! a.m.
STOCKTON REUNION
The Stockton reunion will be
held at the old home place on
North Skeenah Sunday, Septem
ber 13 This will be the last on
for the duration of the war. All
who can are urged to attend and
bring picnic lunch.
Season
"WHITE CARGO"
with
HEDDY LAMARR
and WALTER PIDGEON
"Seven Sweetheart"
with
KATHRYN GRAYSON
VAN HEFLIN
"FOREST RANGERS"
with
FRED MacMURRAY
and PAULETTE GODDARD
"Star Spangled Rhythm"
A Patriotic Musicals la Technicolor
With A Big Star Gael
'Geo. Washington Slept Here'
with
JACK BENNY aad ANN SHERIDAN
"For Whom The Bell Tolls"
UN TECHNICOLOR
GARY COOPER
"CHINA GIRL"
GENE TIERNEY
aad GEORGE MONTGOMERY
Aad
Other. To
-THE MANAGEMENT.
I I recranbea afforded by
NEW MOVIE SEASON starthsa
of pictures ever tieduttil ia Hollywood, and
the films luted above, which we
THE MANAGEMENT.
Macon Theatre
WEEK DAYS
3:30 p.m. 7:30 - 9:30
SATURDAY
Continuous 1 to 1 1 p. m.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 11
Virginia Brace - Dick Fioran
in
"BUTCH MINDS
THE BABY"
"GANG BUSTERS"
SATURDAY, SEPT. 12
Double Feature
WILLIAM BOYD
ANDY CLYDE
in
"TWILIGHT ON
THE TRAIL"
-end
'THE WIFE TAKES
A FLYER"
with
Joan Bennett Franchot Tone
MON. & TUES., SEPT. 14-15
"YOU'LL NEVER
GET RICH"
Fred Astaire - Rita Haywtorth
(Matinee Will Change To 3:45
Monday).
WED. AND THURS.
SEPT. 16-17
Barbara Stanwyck
George Brent
Geraldine Fitzgerald
in
THE GAY SISTERS'
Carl P. Cabe, who is with the
Government Printing office in
Washington, D. C, is home for a
short visit. .
Mrs. Mysa Crawford suffered a
broken arm last Sunday from a
fall on the stairs at Kelly Tea
Room. She is recovering satis
factorily. B
Come!
ga
hi
we bah eve
are scbed-
    

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