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MISS DOROTHY HOl'STON
WEDS LOS ANGELES MAN
Vr. r.nd Mrs. James N Hous
ton. of Franklin, Route 3, have
ann meed the marriage of
theu daughter,. Miss Dorothy
Houston, of Franklin and Los
Angeles. Calif., to William A
Cox. of Los Angeles.
The wedding took place Feb
ruary 8 in Nevada.
The couple flew to Nevada,
and after the wedding, took a
plane for Detroit, Mich., where
Mr. Cox is employed and where
they will make their home for |
tlje present.
The bride is a graduate of
the Franklin High school and
has been employed in Los
Angeles.
Say: "I Saw ii advertised in
The Press."
Personal Mention
O. Lyle Jones, of Ashevllle,
was here on business ihe first
of this week.
W. J Blaine is out again, after
having i been confined to his
home several days by illness.
Mrs. M. S. Wilson, of Atlanta,
is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Blanche Bulgin, and her broth
er and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs John Bulgin, at their home
in West Franklin. Mrs. Wilson
expects . to return to her home
in Atlanta in two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. S. Thorpe
have returned to their home on
Harrison avenue, after a short
stay in Washington, D C.
Allen Siler, who is in business
in Eckman, W Va., came homo
last Friday for a visit with his
family. Mr. Siler returned to
Eckman Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roane Bradley
spent this past week-end visit
ing Mrs. Bradley's sister, Mrs.
Jack Gilliam, at her home at
Newport News, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee have
returned to their home after
attending the funeral of Mrs.
Lee's mother, Mrs. L. G. Caugh
HELEN'S BARN
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In Highlands
OPENING DANCE
Of the Season
Saturday Night, March 1st
8:30 to 12
WATCHES and DIAMONDS
I have some SPECIAL VALUES to offer on
Certain Items in Watches and Diamond
Ring Sets.
High grade watch and spectacle repairing
a specialty
Grover Jamison
Jeweler
FERTILIZER
4-10-6
For all Seed and Grain uses
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SEED OATS
White Spring ? Columbia
Pasture and Meadow Grass
Lespedeza ? Alfalfa
White Dutch, Red, and Ladino Clover
Orchard, Red Tcp, Timothy
Rye and Blue Grass
BUY NOW AND BE PREPARED
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Ray Grocery & Feed Co.
Back Again . . . with all
its Traditional Dependability
NEW HAVEN
POCKET
WATCH
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Timekeeping was the quality thai brought^*
this New Haven Pocket Watch such popu
larity before the war . . . and it'i the aame
today . . . Yes, this grand timekeeper la
back with all its truttworthy accuracy and
sturdiness to renew It* bright record of
service to btisv P"^T>le.
?B ELK'S
SERVING MACON COUNT*
ron. at Etowah, Tenn
Mrs Allen Slier, Elizabeth
Jones, Julia Hunnlcutt and
Freda Siler spent last Saturday
In Asheville From Ashevlle,
Freda went to Montreat to
spend the week-end with her
cousin. t
Mrs. Audrey York, of Badin,
spent the week here visiting her
husband, A. ?l. York. Mr. xork
was recently transferred here
from Badin to serve as district
purchasing agent for the Nan
tahala Power and Light com
pany.
Mrs. J. S. Sloan left Sunday
for Atlanta, Ga., where she will
visit her daughter, Miss Tim
Sloan, and her son, W. N Skuin
Mrs. Sloan plans to return at
the end of the week
Bill Reece S2/c spent the
week-end visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reece at
their home in Franklin He re
turned to Norfolk where he is
stationed, Sunday.
Ross Dean, of Route 3, Frank
lin, spent the week visiting his
brother, Furman Dean, who
underwent an operation at Mis
sion hospital, Asheville, last Fri
day.
Miss Carlyne Jamison, who is
employed at Moore General hos
pital, Asheville, spent the week
end visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Jamison, of
Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Thomp- j
son, of Valdese, spent the week
end visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Constance, of Franklin.
Sidney Martin went to Colum- !
bia, 8. C., on a three-day busi
ness "trip
Miss Anna Lou Vanhook, of
Canton, formerly of Franklin,
underwent an operation at
Angel clinic Saturday for acute
| appendicitis.
Mrs. Tommie Kinsiand of
Franklin underwent a major op
eration at Angel clinic Thurs
day of last week.
Otto McClure, of the, Prentiss
section, underwent an operation
at Angel clinic February 18. His
condition is reported satisfac
tory.
Mrs. Weimar Jones and Mrs
G. A. Jones, Jr., attended the
Baltimore Symphony orchestra
concert in Asheville Tuesday
night.
Mrs Mildred Kinnebrew spent
the past week here visiting her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil McCollum. Mrs.
Kinnebrew returned to her home
in Birmingham, Ala., Tuesday.
J. W. Vanderwart, of New
York, has joined the staff here
of Highlands Briar, Inc. He
and Mrs. Vanderwart have tak
en an apartment in the Leach
apartment house.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Swan
have purchased the McBride
house, In the southwestern part
of Franklin, and are moving
Into their new home this week
Dr. and Mrs Ernest W. Fisher,
who have been living in Miss
Mary Willis' house on Harrison
avenue, will occupy the house
on Bidwell street being vacated
by the Swans.
REGULAR
DINNERS
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Steaks
Chops
Oysters
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Dixie Grill
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Hotel Langren
When in Asheville
Stop at
Asheville'* Largest
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Enjoy the
"talk of the town" food
at the
Rhododendron
Grill
Say: "I n> It ?d?erttood in The Preu".
We have just received several of those nice
BIG BLONDE
BED ROOM SUITES
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5 Pieces
Bed ? Chest ? Vanity ? Vanity Bench
and Wardrobe
COME IN AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION
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Macon Furniture Co.
Let Us Fix It Now!
Don't wait! Minor bumps and scratches
grow into big repair jobs when you neg
lect them. Our staff of experienced
mechanics will repair your car ? extern
all and internally ? put it in tip-top con
dition for spring ? at minimum costs and
Maximum efficiency.
BURRELL MOTOR CO.
Phone 123 Franklin, N. C.
SALES SERVICE
Day and Night Wrecker Service
MEN=IT HAS BEEN A
LONGTIME
Men's Suits
It is still hard to build up
a balanced stock or to fit
everybody, but we now hare
about 100 for you to look
through ? all wool, of course,
including tweed and hard
finish worsteds. This week's
arrivals include some blue
serges and brown stripes.
Hard finish worsteds, that
are really good looking.
$37.50 and $39.50
Dress Pants
For sports or business wear.
All wool, wool and rayon in
tweeds, gabardine and wors
ted weaves. 400 pair to select
yours from. Come in and
look these over. We may
have the very pair of slacks
you want. These are priced
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$5.95 to $12.50
Men's Fine Hats
Brown Hats, Blue Hats, Grey
Hats, Tan Hats ? in fact you
can now name your own
color at BELK'S. "Merri
mac Process", ftne wool
tens, silk lined. Your choice of bands $2.95
I'nlined wool felts of superb quality at only $1.98
Men's "Rojer Brent" and "Champ". Extra quality fur
felt hats at $7 .SO
Belk's Main Floor Men's Dept.
Mens Dress Oxfords
We invite your inspection of our Nunn-Burih and Weyenberg
Dress Shoes tor men. There are wing tips, moccasin toe, cap
toes and plain tttes. These are really fine shoes and It is a
pleasure to show you. '
Most styles ? $6.95 to 12.50
Nunn-Bush $13.95 to $16.50
Endicott-Johnson style shoes for men at only ? ? ? $4.95
"Wembley" Ties
Famous for long wearing
and good looks. All wool
solid colors. Plaids and fan
cy designs.
$1.00
White Dress
Shirts
Men, we haven't said a word
about SHIRTS in months.
The truth is, that we
couldn't ? we didn't have the
shirts. But now ? let's see if
your size is here!
"Archdale DeLuxe" solid
white in a pleasing self
stripe.
$2.95
"Archdale DeLuxe Supreme".
Finest quality solid white.
Ridge Broadcloth.
$3.95
Sizes 14 to 17
32 to 35 Sleeve Lengths
BELK'S DEPT. STORE
SERVING MACON COUNTY
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