Mrs. Elolse O. Franks attend ed the annual meeting of the North Carolina Conference for Social Service in Asheville last week. Miss Mildred Roper recently spent a few days In Charleston, S. C., visiting Mrs Browning Goldsmith, the former Miss Lane Porter. CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS ? Starting Wednesday, May 14 The Hardware Stores in Franklin will CLOSE At 12 Neon Wednesdays ? Until Further Notice FRANKLIN HARDWARE CO. MACON COUNTY SUPPLY CO. REEVES HARDWARE CO. with the vehicle that does more jobs THE UNIVERSAL Jeep USE IT AS A PICK-UP OR TOW TRUCK The Universal "Jeep," with its 60-hp "Jeep" Engine and 2- or 4-whecl drive, is a versatile farm vehicle that spreads its cost over jobs the year 'round. It serves as a pick-up truck that hauls loads to 1,200 lbs. on or off the road. It tows trailed payloads to 5,000 lbs. at high way speed, with reserve for grades. You speed up work with a vehicle that does almost any farm job! . . . AS A TRACTOR In 4 -wheel drive, at speeds of 2 to 7 mph, the "Jeep" serves as a light tractor to pull plows, harrows, discs and other implements ? pull-type or hydraulic. With power take-off it operates power mowers and sprays. . FOR BELT WORK Power take-off on the "Jeep" delivers to 30 hp to operate feed mills, saws, corn shelters and other equip ment. No idle seasons for the "Jeep" ? you use it every day, all year. LET US DEMONSTRATE ON YOUR FARM! MACON WILLYS CO. Telephone 265 MISS MARY SUE BROWN MISS MARY SUE BROWN TO WED C. R. PENNINGTON Mrs. Columbus Bass of Dil lard, Ga., has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Mary Sue Brown, to Curley Royce Pennington, son of Mrs Nath Pennington, of Franklin, The wedding is set for 4 p. m. June 8 at the Baptist church in Dillard. Miss Brown attended Rabun Gap Nachooche High School and received her B. S. degree in education from the Univer sity of Georgia, Athens, Ga., where she took an active part in social and religious activi ties. Employed by the Ttnnes see Valley Authority during the war, she has been a member o the faculty Of the Rabun Gap High school for the past yeai and a half. Mr. Pennington attended the Franklin high school, where he was active in athletics. For the past two and a half years he has been employed by the Smoky Mountain stages, in Asheville. Personal Mention The Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rogers and Mrs. Ben McCollum, of Asheville, were visitors in Franklin last week. Mrs. C. A. Bryson and son, Frank L. Bryson, who have been PAINTS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE PAINTS AT REEVES HARDWARE CO. Phone 113 F ranklin, N. C. IDEAL GIFTS FOR MOTHER NELLY-DON DRESSES GEORGIANNA DRESSES / TRUDY HALL JR. DRESSES BERKSHIRE NYLON HOSE CODETTE HANDBAGS UNITED MILLS SUPS CONNIE AND NATURAL POISE SHOES The Quality Shop at home for a visit after a year at Boise, Idaho, plan to return to Idaho the latter part of this month to live While here, they have sold the old C. A. Bryson home, Franklin, Route 3, and since that time have been with Mrs. Cora Potts, Franklin, Route 3. Mrs. W B McOuire, who has been away most of the winter, returned to her home here the latter part of last week, and plans to be in Franklin indefi nitely. Mrs. J. D. Porter, of Buch anan, Va., has been here for about a week, visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Hlgglns. Miss Amanda Slagle, of Mount Pleasant, spent the week-end here visiting her cousins, Mrs. Allen Siler and family, and the Rev. Rufus Morgan and Mrs. Esther Freas. Mrs W W. Sloan arrived from Raleigh last Friday to spend a week or 10 days here ,wlth her son, W. W. Sloan, and other relatives. She and her son plan :o occupy the garage apartment seing built by Mr. and Mrs. Mlpn Siler when it is com-* Dieted. P^c. Joe Edd Brown, who has teen stationed at Ft Monmouth. N J., for the past several months, recently visited his aunts, Miss Ada Smart, Mrs. Inez Woody, and Mrs. J. J. Mann, and his uncle, W P. Smart and family, before sailing for Bremerhmven, Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon H. Onuse, Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Jones, R. E. McKelvey, Rufus t Snyder, W. W. Sloan, and J. C. Jacobs returned Tuesday after noon from Charlotte, where they attended the district Ro tary convention. Lewis Stanfield, his daughter, Miss Geraldine Stanfield, and his sons, Oardley and Frank Stanfield, all of Cary, spent last week-end here as the > guests of Mr. Stanfield's father, C. A. Setser, and of Mr and Mrs. Jo Setser, of Franklin, Route 1. Special Lunch 50c ? CHOICE OF MEATS Three Vegetables Hot Rolls Coffee Desert CLOSED SUNDAYS Dixie Grill Open 5:30 a. m. to XI p. m. CLOSED SUNDAYS Believe It or Not . . . YOU CAN BUY TODAY AT MOONEY MOTOR COMPANY NEW Automobiles In a Selection of Colors ? Also ? NEW Trucks In a Selection of Sizes ? Our Service Department will be glad to take care of your repair needs. MOONEY MOTOR CO. 7oou/mmo?o&C GmotMir? Tour car needs special protection for hot weather driving. That's why an expert Bmo Dealer Servicing is important right now! The right Esso Lubricants, properly applied to your car, old or new ? a check-up of your tires, battery, lights ? can help put you on the road to "Happy Motoring" ? and help keep you rolling smoothly all summer! GOOD a & corns/ FOR DEPENDABLE ENGINE PROTEC TION ask for unexcelled Esso Motor Oil. Protective lubrica tion with Ions-lasting econ omy. Outstanding value in one of the world's finest motor oils 1 DOn IET trouble catch you on the road ? have tirea, battery ?nd other vital part* inspected now. Your Esso Dealer will tell you whether they need servicing or replacements. THERE'S LONC MH.EACE for those summer trips with famous Esso Gasolines ? plus power and pep that you'll feel every mile! And patented Esso Sol vent Oil in every gallon gives you extra engine protection, too! P1ANNW6 a vacation trip? Ac curate Esso Road Maps and valuable free Touring Serv ice can help you all the way! Ask for information at your Esso Dealer's. * ^fyioflhpiyMtforinf Copr. mr.iM STAN DAR D OIL COMPANY of niw jirsiv REID'S ESSO STATION Palmer Street Phone 32 RALPH WOMACK'S SERVICE STATION On Atlanta Highway Phone 19 STEWART'S ESSO SERVICE On the Square Phone SI STATION POINDEXTER'S ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 102

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