1 1 ? r i . "w-'jii-! . toy; "I ?w It HELEN'S BARN ' ? *>!? , In Highlands - OPENING DANCE Of the Season Saturday Night, March 1st 8:30 to 12 SEEDS and FEEDS Tuxedo Feeds A complete line. For better results, use TUXEDO FEEDS ? For Your Lespedeza, Grass, Oats, Potato Seed SEE ME ? The more you eat "Pride of the Rockies" Flour, the more you will want to eat. Try it today. We always appreciate your trade Dryman Feed & Groc. Phone 170 Main Street TIRES TIRES TIRES WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED MORE THAN 200 Passenger Car andTruck TIRES v FIRESTONE ? GOODRICH v U. S. ROYAL ? CENTURY In Most all Sizes Come by and lei us trade you new tires for ycur old onzs. We have a Recapping Shop, and this puts us in position to give you a good al'owance on your present tires. BURRELL MOTOR CO. Day and Night Wrecker Service Phone 123 Franklin, N. C. HARDWARE RUSH TO YOUR PIONEER STORE FOR THE FOLLOWING: ? * .22 Shells and Shotgun Shells * General EJectric Food Mixers * Meial Roofing * 9 x 12 Congoleum Rugs * Bathroom Fixtures * Kitchen Sinks * Presto Cookers and Burpee Canners * 5-Ton Rubber-Tired Tractor Wagons * Cement " Leather Harness * Roll Roofing * Asphalt Shingles * Electric Water Heaters * Electric Irons * Electric and Battery Radios * Iron Beds * Rocking Chairs * Bicycles ? MACON COUNTY SUPPLY CO. Yoiur Pioneer Hardware Store Phone 23 Franklin Tak.es Top Place Among Scout Troop* The Franklin Boy Scout troop took top honors, in the num ber of boys given awards, at the court of honor at Whittler Thursday night of last week, while Franklin was in second place in total attendance. Thirty-six Franklin persons were present, with Sylva lead ing in that respect with an attendance of 39. Three boys from the Frank lin troop were promoted to Life Scout, second highest rank in scouting. One was promoted to Star, two to first class, one to second class, and 19 other award, third highest in Scout the local troop. Two boys from the Highlands troop ? Duane Edwards and Har ry Holt, Jr ? were given the Star award, third heighest in Scout ing. At the court of honor, the scouts also celebrated the thir ty-seventh birthday of scouting in the United States, and it was brought but that at present there are more than 2,000,000 active boy scouts In this coun try. Ellijay Mrs. Louise Dellinger, of Charlotte, is visiting her par rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mincey, this month. Mr. and Mrs Robert Woody and small son, Tony Marshall, of Hayesville, recently visited Mrs Woody's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry, of Ellijay. Miss Nannie Ammons, of Elli jay, is spending some time with Mrs. Kerma Holland in Frank lin. The Rev. Lee Crawford, when filling his regular first Sunday night of the month appoint ment at Ellijay, brought with him his home church choir, the Watauga singing class. Napoleon Henry and family, of Detroit, Mich., have moved back to their home between Cullasaja and Franklin. Gordon Evitt, of Ellijay, has been on the sick list for sev eral days, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Louin Young and famUy and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Henry and family, all of this section, visited Jack Young BIRTHS A daughter, Linda Carole, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cornell McCall, of Franklin, January 29 at the Rabun County Ma ternity hospital, Clayton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. John Lediord, of Rainbow Springs, have an nounced the birth of a son, Dil- | lard, at Angel clinic February 5. A son, William Jerry, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Pierson Stanley, of Prentiss, February 4, at Angel clinic. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd C. Cald well, formerly of Franklin, Route 1, have announced the birth of a son, Lloyd Charles, Jr., Feb ruary 6 at the Howell hospital in Cartersville, Ga Mrs. Cald well is the former Miss Dixie Morrison, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ferd D. Morrison, of Franklin, Route 3. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aldrich, of Franklin, have announced the birth of a son at Angel hospital February 18. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Oliver, of Franklin, Route 3, announce the birth of a daughter, Gloria Jean, February 12 at Angel hos pital. Mrs. Oliver is the former i Miss Lois Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, of Franklin, Route 3 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fulton announce the birth of a son, James Robert, January 19. Mrs. Fulton is the former Miss Grace Higdon. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gunnin announce the birth of a son at Mission hospital, Asheville, Feb ruary 9. Mrs. Gunnin is the former Miss Lou Ellen Davis of Franklin. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swafford, of Frank lin, at the Clayton Maternity hospital February 8. Mrs. Swaf ford is the former Miss Mildred Shope, daughter of Mrs. Zeb Shope. of Glenville last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mincey and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wymer Young, of Franklin, Route 4. Mr. and Mrs. Harlie Stewart, of Franklin, Route 1, were vis itors of Mr. and Mrs Sanford Smith, also Mr. and Mrs. Jim Higdon, both of Higdonville, last Sunday. For Sale . . . 11 -room house and 2 -large lots, located ( opposite Angel hospital. House has steam heat with stoker, also new three car nara^e and workshop. i ? See ? Frank L. Henry, Jr. Phone 101 ATLAS SUPPLY CO. Feeds & Hardware Cabinet Sinks Complete Bathroom Sets Windows and Doors Sewer Tile Tires and Tubes' ? Larabdees Best Flour (Guaranteed to satisfy or your money back) * V Feeds of all kinds, featuring ATLAS FEEDS , ATLAS SUPPLY CO. At old Duncan Motor Co. stand between Palmer and Main Streets, facing Palmer Phone 273 J. A. DILLARD, Owner P. A. CRUNKLETON, Mgr. ? Did You See These ? USEFUL ARTICLES AT MONEY SAVING PRICES Jergen's Special A $1.00 bottle of Jergen's Lotion and a jar of Jergen's All Purpose Face Cream. Regular $1.25 value! Now 79c, plus tax LIMITED SUPPLY Big Ball . . . Of Quilting or Darning Thread Hundreds of yards of good strong thread. 9c "Lady Pepperell" Sheets Fine percale sheets, size 72 x 99. Beautifully packaged, 2 in each box. What could be nicer for a birthday, wedding or anniversary? $2.89 each Men's Sweat Shirts . Silver grey, ribbed shirts in sizes 36 to 46. First we have bad. Get Yours Now! Basement Store $1.29 UTILITY JACKETS O. D. color. Navy sur plus. All sizes. Exactly as pictured. Well worth $2.00. Belk's Bargain Basement Price? $1.50 FULL STOCK OF SIMPLICITY PATTERNS I ? . ' ? ' - Ticking Good heavy, 34-in. wide Bed Ticking. Plenty of this and it looks like old times. See it in our Basement Store. 59c yard Training Pants For the Little Folks Sizes 2, 3, 4 only. Elastic waistband. Well made. 25c Navy Lanterns . . . Waterproof metal case. 300 hour batteries. Built to rigid standards of quality. $6.95 "Highland Park' Yard Wide GINGHAMS Little checks, bis checks, -plaids, stripes and patterns. For all your Spring sewing. Don't miss this center aisle. Main Floor. 69c yard FROM OUR BOOK DEPT. "Information Please" Almanac ? 1947, 1014 pages. Cram- O A() ed with useful facts '?** American Womans' Cook Book. 960 pages. 300 photo- O JQ graphs. 2,250,000 now in use Hundreds of titles in the pop ular "Triangle Books". Full length, cloth bound Branded Merchandise Nunn-Bush Shoes for men. Weypnberg Shoes far men. Natural Bridge Shoes for men and women. Buster Brown Shoes for chil dren. "Weatherbird", "Velvet Step" and "Diamond Brand" Shoes for men, women and chil dren. "International" Tailored Clothes. "Rockingham" Men's Suits. "Archdale" Shirts and Paja mas. "Eversharp" Pens and Pencils. "Coro" Costume Jewelry. "Jergen's", "Woodbury" and "Dorothy Perkins' " Cos metics. "Doubleday, Do ran" Books. "Lady Pepperell" and "Pe quot" Sheets and Pillow Cases. "Cannon" Towels. "Mirro" Aluminum Ware. "Anchor Hocking" Glassware. "Leeds, Ltd." Ladies' Coats and Suits. BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE SERVING MACON COUNTY

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