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    NEWS *- PEOPLE
MRS I>A1. TON CELEBRATES
IIEK 68th BIRTHDAY
Mrs. Lillie Dalton, of Leath
erman, celebrated her sixty
eighth birthday with a dinner
on January 23. Relatives present
included a son, Pratt Dalton,
and Mrs Dalton, and two chil
dren. Harold and Kenneth, a,
daughter, Mrs. Delia Lou Shep
herd, and Mrs, Elsie Hurst.
Personal Mention
Jos. Ashear, who has been ill
for several weeks, is able to be
out again
Miss Inez Crawford has ac
cepted a position as laboratory
technician with the Louisiana
state health department, and is
stationed at New Orleans, it has
been learned here. Miss Craw
ford, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilmer L. Crawford, of
Franklin, recently completed her
training at Barnes hospital, St.
Louis.
John J. Tice, of Franklin,
Route 3, has returned to the
veterans hospital at Johnson
City, Tenn . for treatment of a
heart ailment. Mr. Tice has been
at home for sometime, follow
ing a three months' stay in the
Johnson City hospital last sum
mer.
Mrs. Elsie Hurst and Mrs Lil
lie Dalton of Leatherman spent
the week-end in Sylva, visiting
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Deriso,
and two children, Charles and
Barbara Dell, and Paul Oliver,
all of Americus, Ga., spent the
week-end with Bert Oliver, fath
er of Mrs. Deriso and Mr. Oliver,
at his home, Franklin, Route 3.
While here, they also visited
their sister, Mrs: Roy Mashburn,
and Mr Mashburn, of Franklin.
On their return they were vis
itors at the home of a brother,
Earl Oliver, and Mrs. Oliver in
Mountain City, Ga.
Miss Fannie Edwards, who has
been spending several weeks in
Loganville, Ga., with her niece.
Mrs. Gerald Moon, and Mr.
Moon, returned to her home,
Franklin. Route 3, Tuesday.
Miss Helen Stewart, who has
been spending several days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Stewart, Franklin, Route 3, re
turned to her work at Murphy
Tuesday.
The Rev. and Mrs. R. L.
Poindexter, formerly of Frank
lin, Route 3, have recently mov
ed to Shooting Creek, where
Mr. Poindexter will be pastor
of the Shooting Creek Metho
dist circuit.
James F. Poindexter, who re
cently completed his studies at
Berry school, Mt. Berry, Ga.,
is visiting his parents, the Rev
and Mrs. R L. Poindexter, of
Shooting Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis and
their two sons, Frank and
Wayne, of Toccoa, Ga., were
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Gene
L. Jacobs. Franklin, Route 3
Sunday. Mr. Davis served as
manager of the Dixie Store here
In 1941 and 1942, when he en
tered the navy. He is now man
ager of the Dixie store in Toc
coa.
Edgar Oliver, son of Bert
Oliver and husband of Mrs
Margaret Tice Oliver, who has
been in service . for the past
three and one half years, If
months of which he spent over
seas, has been discharged and
is now with Mrs. Oliver and
their two children at their
home on Route 3. Mr. Oliver at
present is employed In the f)ixie
Home store here.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Rose and
Mrs. Etta Beckman, of Rogers
ville, Ala., are spending several
days with their daughter and
niece, Mrs. John L. Crawford,
and Mr. Crawford, in Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Romulus Car
penter, who have been living in
the T. M. Green apartment,
have moved to the Christy
apartment on the Murphy road.
Solicitor Dan K. Moore of
OUR DEMOCRACY b,M.(
-STEPHEN FOSTER
AMERICA'S BEST-LOVED MINSTREL.
I8Z6 -1864
The AMERICA THAT WAS LIVES ON IN THE HEARTS
OF ALU OF OS, THROUGH THE SONGS OF
STEPHEN FOSTER.
THE GAIETy AND SADNESS, THE COURAGE AND PATHOS
OF THE AMERICA HE FOUND ABOUT HIM ARE PART OF
A CHEERFUL AND MOVING HERITAGE .SPEAKING FOR
FRIENDLINESS AND UNITY AMONG
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
Sylva, was in Franklin Tuesday
on business.
Mrs. Mildred Green, of De
troit, Mich., is spending several
days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs T. M. Green, at their
home on the Murphy road.
Mrs. R. L. Tallent, of Frank
lin, who has been ill for several
days, is able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyle Jones,
of Asheville, were here over the .
week-end, on business and vis
iting relatives.
HEAD START
I Teacher ? "Can any bright pu
pil tell me why a man's hair :
I turns gray quicker than his i
j mustache?"
Pupil ? "Sure, teacher. It's <
'cause his hair has a 20-year <
start on his mustache."
BIRTHS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Holbrooks, of Franklin, a daugh
ter, Barbara Sue, at the Angel
clinic January 10.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Peelc, of Franklin, a
daughter, Patricia Kaye, at the
Angel Clinic December 28.
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Berry, of
Culiasaja, have announced the
birth of a son, Thomas Keith,
January 10 at Angel hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hooper,
of Franklin, Route 3, have an
nounced the birth of a daugh
ter, Anna Theresa, at Angel
hospital January 19. Mrs. Hoop
er Is the former Miss Lenoir
Boone, of Kyle.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Lyle Waldroop, of Tuckaseigee,
a son, Larry Lyle, January 15,
at the C. J. Harris Community
hospital in Sylva. Mr. Waldroop,
son of Mrs. Mary Lyle Waldroop,
was formerly of Franklin.
Announcement has been re
ceived here of the birth of a
daughter, Peggy Jean, January
24 to Capt. and Mrs. Jesse N. |
Tessier. Capt. Tessier, the son
of Mrs. Reby Tessier and form
erly of Franklin, Is now station
ed in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carpenter,
3f Kokomo, Ind., have announc
ed the birth of a daughter,
Elizabeth Louise, January 27.
Mr. Carpenter Is the son of Mr.
ind Mrs. E. J. Carpenter of
franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Jamison,
rr., have announced the birth
jf a son, William Grover Jam
son, in, January 18 at the C.
I Harris community hospital
it Sylva.
West's Mill
C. W. Yarbrough, of Asheville
ind Franklin, was here on busi
ness recently.
Miss Helen Parrish, of Bryson
3tty, visited relatives here re
:ently.
Miss Rebecca Smith, of Cul
lowhee, spent the week-end
with relatives here.
J. L. West, Jr., and Fred
West went to Asheville on busi
ness Saturday. ,
Miss Frieda Potts, of Ashe
ville, spent Sunday with home
folks. ?
Miss Ruth West visited rela
tives at Cullowhee recently.
The school here Is progress
ing nicely, and good work Is
being done, but more teachers
and more school rooms are
badly needed.
The Music club will meet
with Mrs. Clara W. Owens and
Miss Vonnie West, February 8,
at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry West
and family, of Asheville, spent
the week-end with relatives
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGaha
visited relatives in Robbinsville
recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brogden,
of Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Garrison, of Belmont, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Barnhart and two
children, of Asheville, Mr. and
Mrs. James Norton, of Frank
lin, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brog
den and three children, of Bry
son City, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Brogden and two children,
of Bryson City, spent the week
end with relatives here.
More than half of the chil
dren In the U. S. under 15
years of age live in rural areas.
Wanted . . .
All Kinds of Scrap I rem
Will Pay 30c per
hundred pounds
Bring your Scrap to ?
Franklin
Used Parts Co.
On Dillsboro Road
Yes - There's Good News This Week
Many of those items that have been so scarce for years are coming in every day now. Others that we
have had, but were too high in price, are now arriving at much lower price. Things are looking better.
HERE ARE SOME EXAMPI .F.S of what we mean :
The
New Spring
Cottons
Are Really
Beautiful
You Must
See Them!
Every one by nation
ally-known manufac
turers. Come in and
try on some of these
new creations. You
will think Spring is
already here. Most
styles are priced at ?
$7.95 and $8.95
1200 Men's and Boys'
Work Shirts
Grey covert, tan twill,
green twill, blue tham
bray and blue covert.
LOOK AT THIS PRICE!
The boys' blue covert,
sanforized Shirt, well
^ made, is just ?
$1.00
We have other Shirts up to $2.95
MEN!
The next time you put on your
Hat
look into the mirror. If it does not
look exactly right, see us. Over 300
new Hats for men are here now. Grey,
brown, green, blue, tan ? in fact, yours
is here. Dozens of them are only
$2.95
Some are $1.98 ? others up to $7.50.
May we remind
you . . .
ii
That through Saturday of
this week, odd or soiled mer
chandise is being offered at
greatly reduced prices. Some
of these odd lots are too
small to advertise, but to give
you an example of the out
standing savings ?
WE HAVE-TODAY ...
one table of ladies' and chil
dren's Blouses, sold up to
$2.95. They may need washing,
but you can have them for ?
$1.00
For you Fishermen and
Hunters
36 Pairs more of those government surplus
12- Inch Boots
3 leather soles. Felt inne.rsole. A wonderful value,
one that won't last long!
$8.95
5-Buckle Arctics
U. S. Rubber Co., made (or the Navy. The quan
tity Is A-X. We have been out of Arctics for
2 or 3 weeks? and were we glad to see these?
IT MAY SNOW YET!
$4.95
Bed Spread Event
? Just 50 ?
GORGEOUS CHENILLE SPREADS
&
Full double bed size. Have just arrived.
We don't know what happened for we
have always sold this quality for $10.00.
But here they are ?
$5.95
The colors are blue, rose, green and pink.
P. s.
We hope to have mum Oilcloth the last of
thU week ? 46-ln. wide. First quality "Columbus",
white and fancy.
BELK'S DEPT. STORE
SERVING MACON COUNTY
    

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