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Miss Elizabeth Wells, of
Smithfield, one time principal of j
the Iotla High school, was a
recent visitor here While in
Franklin, she was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Porter and
Mr. and Mrs. M. L Dowdle Miss
Wells, vho was reared near
Highlands, also visttied Mrs.
Mack Pierson in Highlands
while she was in this section.
Fred S. Sloan, of Raleigh,
spent the week-enu here with
Mrs. Browning Goldsmith, of
Charleston. S. C., is spending a
week here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs T. W. Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. W A. Rousseau,
of North Wilkesboro. spent the
week-end here visiting Mrs.
Rousseau's mother, Mrs. Lee
Crawford, and other, relatives.
Mrs. Rousseau is- the former
Miss Tim Crawford.
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. McCutch
eon and daughter, Miss Dorothy
McCutcheon, left Wednesday,
after spending . the season at
their summer home in the Car
toogechaye community. Dr. and
Mrs. McCutcheon returned to
Nw Orleans, where Dr. Mc
Cutcheon is dean of the gradu
ate school of Tulane university,
while Miss McCutcl*on return
ed to Wellesley college to begin
her junior year's work
Mrs. H. S. Kinnebrew, of
Birmingham, Ala., is spending a
month here with her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Phil McCollum. Mrs. Kinnebrew
is keeping her infant grand
child while her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I?. W.
Mu'ndy, are on a trip to the
Miss Jarvis Ledford, of Green
ville, S. C., spent the week-end
here with her mother, Mrs. R.
M Ledford, ,
Mrs. R. M. Ledford has re
turned to her home on White
Oak street after an extended
visit in South Carolina and
Florida. She was accompanied
to Silver Springs and Miami,
Fla., by her daughter, Mrs. K.
R. Helton, and Mr. Helton, of
Clemson College, S. G.
Mrs.' Doyle Morgan, of At
lanta, Ga., has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Stanfield, on Bonny Crest the
Mr. and MVs. Theron Home
and son, Wesley, of Charlotte,
have been visiting Mrs. Home's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Stanfield. Oh 'their return to
their Charlotte home, they were
accompanied by Mr. Stanfield,
^ho will spend several days with
J. H. Bailey, of Asheville, for
mer assistant chief of the Ashe
ville fire department, now with
the American LeFrance Foamite
corporation, was in Franklin on 1
Mrs. G. A. Reynolds, the for
mer Miss Lavinia Thomas, who
was called to Franklin by the
death of her father, John H.
Thomas, left Friday for her
her home, Long Island, N Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeGolycr i
and two sons left yesterday for
their home in Montgomery, Ala.
Mrs. DeGolyer and the children
have spent the summer here
with Mrs. DeQolyer's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore, and
Mr. DeGolyer came up to spend
Mrs. W W. Scott, of New York
City, is spending a fortnight
here with relatives. Mrs. Scott,
who is the former Miss Fannie
Thomas, came to Franklin for
the funeral last week of her
father, John H. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs Canaro Blaine,
of Jacksonville, Fla., are- here
visiting Mr. Blaine's aunt, Mrs.
D. W. Blaine. When they re
turn home Friday, they will
be accompanied by Mr. Blaine's
mother, who has been visiting
relatives here since July.
Albert L. Ramsey, of the
Farmers Home administration
office here, returned thist week
from a state-wide FHA confer
ence in Raleigh
Jeff Enloe, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Enloe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Snyder went to Atlanta
Monday to attend the funeral of
Mrs - Ella Enloe Bidwell.
Miss Margaret Ann Moore,
daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Fred
6 Moore, left last week for
Banner Elk, where she will at
tend Lees McRae college.
MRS WALDROOP HONORED
ON HER 81 ST BIRTHDAY
Mrs. Harold Waldi^op enter
tained last week in honor of
Mrs. Bettie Waldroop, the oc
casion marking the latter's 81st
. Those present, In addition to
the honoree, were Mrs. Henry
Slagle, Mrs. Myra Crawford.
Mrs. Jennie Nolen, Mrs. Mary
Waldroop, and Mrs. Fred Moore
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB WILL ^
ELECT OFFICERS SATURDAY
Officers for the coming year
will be elected by the Franklin
Junior Music club^t Saturday's
meeting. The club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Weimar Jones,
club counsellor, at 3:30 p. m.
The group also will choose
delegates to the annual confer
ence of junior music clubs, to
be held in Brevard next month,
and hear a program of hymn
HOLDS ANNUAL PICNIC
The sixth annual picnic of
personnel of the Nahtahala
Power and Light company and
their families was held last
Sunday at the operators' village
at Nantahala. More than 100 en
joyed the bountiful picnic lunch
and spent the afternoon play
The Gospels were first writ
ten in the Greek language.
Folding Chairs damaged in the recent fire at
our plant for sale at Greatly Reduced Prices.
THESE CHAIRS RETAIL AT $2.95
Those damaged by fire but usable
Now 50 Cents
Those damaged by water and smoke
Now 90 Cents
Highlands Briar, Inc.
At Juncticn of Highlands and Sylva Highways
ves sir, the war is over . . .
If you doubt it, we suggest you visit our* store. You'll
find here two proofs: ^
1. The extraordinary values we are offering today.
2. A BONUS on EVERY Furniture Purchase you
' - ?
Now about those Values ... We could give you a
long list cf what we have, and the prices. But we'd
much rather you'd SEE for yourself. We suggest you
come in ai^d do just that. LOOKING is free at our
store . . . and besides, we'll be glad to have you.
And here's how the Bonus works ? simple as ABC.
For every $10 worth of Furniture you buy, we GIVE
you, as a Bonus, $1 on another piece of Furniture. If
it's a $50 purchase, the Bonus is $5. And so on ... 10
per cent right doWn the line.
Yes sir, the war is over ... so come in and see the
PEACETIME Values at
SOSSAMON FURNITURE CO.
"Everything for Your Home"
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baldwin,
of Franklin, have announced the
birth of a son, Harold Lee, Jr.,
September 10 at Angel hospital.
A daughter, Martha Elizabetn,
Type Easy to Operate
The new meters are described as
revolutionary because they elimi
nate the conventional, small mov
ing pointer, and introduce a large
revolving, red dial ? said to en
hance visibility 1000 per cent.
With this extra large dial facing
the flow of traffic it shows at a
glance the time remaining to park
? more convenient for the motorist
and twice as fast for the police to
This new type meter is claimed
to be the most advanced parking
meter yet placed 'on the market.*
One of the big advantages is that
it eliminates any possibility of the
public being cheated on parking
time or the city being cheated out
of any revenue.
History of Parking Meters
The first parking meters to ap
pear on the streets were com
paratively simple, hand-operated
types. However, before long the
public learned they could manipu
1 late the meters. To overcome this
defect some companies added ap
paratus to notify the patrolman
when the meter had not been
operated properly. Other com
panies, however, devised even
more complicated mechanisms even
requiring salaried men to wind up
This new meter, known as the
PERFECTION, sets a .high mark
in simplified engineering achieve
ment. All complicated apparatus
hak been eliminated. The meter is
easier Sot the uslt to operate, and
its constant performance assures
faster turnover of parking places.
Beware the Curiosity-Minded
If you do not wind your meter
all the way you only cheat yourself
out of just that much time. There
can be no tampering with the time
setting of this new meter. The coin
automatically drops after .a few
minutes so it is impossible to reset
the time later. This feature is
claimed to have turned the trend to
simpler parking meters.
Another exclusive feature of this
meter is a patented system which
promptly warns city officials if
anyone attempts to steal money
from the meters. This system is
claimed to be positively fool-proof
in its warning, which will enable
This simple meter is compact,
assuring less traffic obstruction
and results in a better appearance
on the streets. You benefit through
new convenience, greater visibility,
and lower upkeep costs.
M. H. RHODES, INC.
i World's largest manufacturer of
time control devices, MARK-TIME
R?nge Timers, MARK-TIME
Washer Timers, MARK-TIME
Photographic Timers, MARK
TIME Parking Meters. There is a
MARK-TIME for every tiling.
was born to Mr. and Mrs., J H.
Roper, of Franklin, Route 3,
September 6 Mrs. Roper is the
former Miss Mona Lee Edwards,
of Franklin, Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K: Collins, of
'Stiles, have announced the birth 1
of a son, Ronald Thomas, Sep
tember 11 at Angel hospital.
Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Col- I
lins was Miss Cioe Smith, of |
Franklin, Route 3.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dills, of
Franklin, Route 1, have an- 1
nounced the birth of a daugh
ter, Juanita, September 11, at
' Our time, thoughts and ef
forts are devoted to Electri
cal Work, and we endeavor to
do that one thing well
BIG TENT REVIVAL
REV. AND MRS. McGINNIS
Simms and McGinnis Evangelistic Party
Some Subjects This.Week:
"Soon Return of Christ"
"God's Whipping Post"
BIG SERVICE FRIDAY NIGHT
GREAT BOOK BURNING
Subject: "Use of Curious Arts"
Or Strange Doctrines
Subject: "Five. Biggest Fools" in Macon County
Subjects we believe will be enjoyed by everyone
COME - BRING A FRIEND
Services Each Evening 7 :30 p. m.
Plans are being laid to renew the Alcohol Fight
? a fight to the finish. Don't you want to join
? TENT LOCATED ? v
300 Yards Below Iotla Bridge
On Bryson City Road
YOU HAVE ASKED
FOR THESE :
Heavy weight, yard wide cotton flannel in
short lengths 1 to 8 yds. in each piece.
First we have had in a long time. '
Heavy fleeced ? Sizes 36 to 46.
Winter weight. Extra quality. See these for
yourself. 32 to 44 waist.
New Shipment. First Quality, 12 to ?
sealed carton. Size 27 x 27.
By the yard. Fine wale 36 in. wide Cor
duroy in wine, green, prey, red, blue, and
45 ga. First Quality Nylon Hose. New dark
shades. 8>? - 10}?
Highland Park 36-inch plaid Ginghams
in a variety of new patterns and colors.
Beautiful jacquiard spreads, med. weight.
Size 86 x 105 and 86 x 90 in. Rose, rust,
green and red.
8-oz. Suspender back, sanforized. We try
to keep all sizes, 4 to 16.
32 to SO waist sizes. Belk's own "Red
Camel". Good, full cut, 8-oz., low back.
BELK'S Dept. Store