North Carolina Newspapers

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THE FRANKLIN PRESS. FRAIJKLt!. I J. C
THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1333
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' HIGHLANDi-THE ROOF GARDEN OF THE "SOUTHEAST
MACON COUNTY NEVS BRIEFS
AS TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
Highland Flings
Sarah Hicks Hines
Seniors 1 Entertained
x At Dinner Party
Miss Virginia Pierson entertainkl
her fellow classmates, the high sch
graduating class, at a delightful di
ncr party given at the home of M
and Mrs. W. S. Davis, Friday nigh
The rooms were charmingly deco
rated with the, class colors, purpl
and white carried out very effectivel
with purple irises and white snow
balls in bud vases.
Covers 'were laid for thirty-two per
sons, consisting of seniors, faculty
and visitors. Among the visitors were
Misses Rachel Davis, Maiefta Bringle,
Lilly Calloway, and Myrtle Frances
Wyatt of the Franklin school faculty,
the Misses Herring,' of Waycross,
Ga.; Messers Frank Cook, .Gene
Murphy, Durand Wiley, Sidney Mc
Carty and Rev. Raymond McCarty.
A tempting dinner was fveJC tfie
ship motif -being vised ' for : the aW
tractive place cards made by Miss
Louise Edwards.
Following dinner charades were
played and amusing relay races were
participated in by the guests. Fin
ally everyone lined up for an old
fashioned spelling match and to the
pupils' surprise and the teachers'
chagrin, the faculty had to be seated
first!
Short speeches were mfade by some
of the members of the graduating
class. Harry Wright is president 6
the class, Louise Edwards, secretary
Tearley Picklesimer, treasurer; a1
the others who graduate this year a
Albert Wilev. Weldon Paul, Virgin
Neelv and Elsi
Crunkleton.
UPPER IOTLA
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Baker have
been visiting at W. T. Roper's for
the past few days. They were form
erly of Michigan and. have been
visiting several points in the South
for the past few months.
Mrs. H. E. Rowland spent Friday
of "last week with Mrs. Isaac Ashe
1 ..Franklin
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SCALY
Mrs. E. J. Owens, of Satolah, Ga.,
was , visiting friends and relatives, in
Scaly last week.
Miss Maud -Crain, who has been
spending a few months in Pasadena,
Cal., is spending a short va(rtion with
her , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Crain, of Scaly.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crain, of
Highlands, were visiting Mrs. Crain's
father, Mr. Ingram Miller, last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Owens an
children, and. Mrs. J. A. Nix ani
Hazel Johnson, of Satolah, Ga., spent
last Sunday in this section. -
Mr. Ernest Vinson made ? busi
ness trip to Kentucky recently.
Mr. Irvin Crain and his wife hav;
moved to Florida.
Mrs. John Watkins has been very
sick for the last' week, but is improv
es, v
I Mr. Marvin Nix and family have
moved to Milledgeville, Ga.
Mrs. Will Ledetter has been sic':i
or several days. ;
Mr. Tolliver Vinson is able to, si'
p again.
business Monday. -
Mr. Robert Downs and i Mrs. Inez
Hall visited Mrs. Edith Ammons cf
Rabbit Creek last week-end. Mrs.
Downs brought ack a nice lot of
hrns
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Baccalaureate Sermon
The first baccalaureate sermon to
be held in Highlands for the grad
uating class was preached at the
school auditorium Sunday morning by
Rev. L. E. Crowsan. The scripture
was read by Rev. Raymond McCarty
and a prayer offered by Rev. W. T.
Potts. . - .
. Rev. Crowsan's sermon, was very
inspiring. He addressed the senior
, class on the subject of idealism. The
" singing was exceptionally good with
every church here represented in the
choir. The service was quite well at
tended, all the seats being filled.
Dance in Honor of Seniors
A highly enjoyable dance was. giv
en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Zoellncr, Saturday 'night, in hon
or of. the graduating class. Four
sets were danced to the splendid
music anu mose prcsum
thoroughly delightful evening.
AU. yv.'TiJrSmiih has been doing
some carpenter) (work for D. M. Row
land the ast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L,owe of Rose
Creek were visiting Mrs. Lowe's sis
ter, Mrs. W. T. Roper, last Sunday.
Mrs. Floyd Welch and two daugh
ters of Franklin were visiting Mr.
Greene Eouts last Sunday.
Miss Mae Rowland spent last Sun
ay on Olive Hill visiting friends and
elatives.
Mr. I. P. Corbin went to Sylva one
day the past week.
" WALNUT CREEK
Mr. Arthur Tilson, of Glenville, N.
, closed a week's revival meeting
ere. Mrs. tva neaaen was Daptizea
Kinday at 11 :00 a. m.
Mr. C. N. Jones is now working on
ighway No. 28 in Cashiers Valley.
Miss Tilson and Mrs. A. Tilson, of
lenville, spent the week-end with
aies here. i
joint Ann Jones is too lame tof
get out to Sunday school, we are sor
ry to report. '. . i
Mr. Leon Keener has returned to
Franklin to have closer medical at
tention. ,
Messers P. W. and W. A'. Keener
went to Calderwood, Tenn., Friday.
Mr. Henry Stiwinters, an ex-soldier,
has been ill during the past week.
For Girls
Silk Underwear, Gowns,
Dance Sets, Pajamas,
Step-Ins, Embroidered
Patterns, Bloomers and
Vests.
Hose
Full fashio.ned with.'
French heels, chiffon v
and -serviceweight.
Hankies
In at t r'a c t .i v e boxes,
white and. colored em
broidery. x -
Flowers
Beautiful assortment of
silk flowers violets,
gardenias, roses and or
chids. '
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For Boys
Ties
In the latest embroider
ed patterns.
Socks
Fancy patterns to, match
any suit.
Shirts
A bis: new line of Phil- 1
lip-Jones shirts in new
patterns.
Underwear
Silk for the boys, too;
also ancy 'two-piece
suits..
E. K. Cunningham & Go.
STILES
Messers Carl Morgan and Alex
Owenby are cutting poles for J.
W. 'Sherril. .
Mr. T. B. Anderson made a busi
ness trip to Franklin, Wednesday.
Mr. Clint Cole who has been away
for a while is visiting home folks,
Mr. and Mrs. H."H. Cole.
Mr. H. H. Coir has sold his tele
phone poles to a company at Bryson
City. .
According to reports Mr- Harley:
Carncs has purchased a boundary of : an( relatives here.
SHOOKVILLE ' '
Mr. Brown Keener of Highlands,
spent the week-end with r his sister,
Mrs. Margaret Rogers. . -
Mrs. Chairty Rogers, of Haywood
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Aman-j
da Bolick. ,
Messers Releigh- Gibson and Ralph
McClure and Miss Hazel Gibson of
Goldenines were visiting at Mr. Bert
Tilson's, Sunday afternoon.
Misses Layerne Bolick and Hattie
Penland of Shortoff. spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Bolick's moth
er, Mrs. . Amanda Bolick.
Mr. James Watson is sick.
Misses Ora and Mattie Stanfield,
of Franklin have been visiting friends
Briefs
Rev. Raymond McCarty . and Mr.
Sydney McCarty, ot Augusta, ua.,
are spending a week or two in
Highlands.
Miss Minnie D. Warren, of Scars
dale, New York, has 'arrived to spend
the season at her attractive home on
Satulah mountain.
Miss Albertina Staub, Mrs. W. S.
Davfs. and Miss E. B. Durgin went to
Union Ponit, Ga., last Wednesday to
attend the funeral of Mrs. J. Lamb
Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Aiken and
.Mrs. B. W.. Connington, of Florence,
S. C, were guests at the Central
House last week.
Mr. Claude Sullivan, of Anderson,
S. C, and friends were here this
week-end.
Miss Rebecca S. Nail has arrived,
from Griff in; Ga., for. the summer.
Mr. Charles Sadler, of Greenville.
JJ. 0., spent the week-end at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Root. ,
Mr. and Mrs.. J. Brock, of Seneca
were in Highlands for the week-end.
Mr. Scott Hudson, president of the
Highlands Estates, and ' Mr. Butler,
contractor, spent the week-end s in
Highlands. '
Messers J. H. Fowler and.T. J.
Thagard. of Atlanta, were Highlands
vitisors last week.
Mr. Hammit, of Honeapath, S. C,
spent the week-end at his summer
home here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Foreman spent
the week-end at their summer home
above Lindenwood Lake. !
Masters Howard and Richard Pear
son cycled over to Cashiers Valley
one day last week. .
, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Cobb return
ed from Union Ponit, Ga., where
thev attended the funeral of Mrs.
Cobb's aunt, Mrs. J. Lamb Perry,
last Wenesdny.
poles at Robbinsville. It is expected
he will begin operations at ones.
The estimate of the boundary is one
thousand.
Mr, Tom Welch of West's Mill
is skidding poles for J. W. Sherril.
Mrs. Vina Holbrooks of Route
Three was in - this section Thursday
on business.
Mr. Albert Burnctte. returned from
Cullowhec. Monday. He planned to
attend Western Carolina Teachers'
college, but will wait until June 10.
Messrs. Jack Sherril and W. E,
Smith made a business trip to Frank
lin, Friday.
Mr. Clarence Childers of Route
Three is doing some nice plowing
for A. A. Duvall.
Miss Hazel Ramsey of Tellico who
has been attending school at Frank
lin is at home now
Messrs. Dill alulAVillie Owenby
were business" visitors at Franklin,
Friday.
Mr. John Owenby,, after working
several months in Tennessee is spend
ing a few days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Owenby.
; Mrs. C. C. Welch made a business
trip to Franklin, Friday.
Mr. Carl Welch is spending a few
days wth his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Welch, at Habersham, Ga.
Mr. Austin Byrd, formerly of this
place but now stationed at Haber
sham, Ga., spent a few days with
friends.
CARTOOGECHAYE
Miss Mary Enloe, who has been
attending a business college in Knox-
ville, Tenn., has returned after
spending three ..weeks with her par
ents, Mr. nad Mrs. Jeff Enloe.
Mr. Chas. Nolen and Johnnie South
ards spent, Sunday in Asheville and
Candler.
Miss Mary Enloe and Messres
Charles and "Red" Nolen, Robert
Enloe and Johnnie Southards attend
ed a party given in honor of Miss
Enloe, at the home of Miss Eliza
beth Slagle in Franklin on Saturday
night. , '
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Set
ser on April 29, a girl.
Miss Virginia Slagle spent last
week-end . on Cartoogechaye visiting
friends and relatives. " . ,
Mrs. Carl Slagle attended a U. D.
C. meeting in Asheville on Saturday
of last week. '
Messers Ben Rogers and Stanley
Tilson made a business trip to Sylva,
Friday.
Mr. Sherman McCay of Goldmines
passed through this section one day
last week. ;
Miss Geneva Rogers who has been
staying at Highlands, has returned
home.
Mr. Herman Rogers was a guest
at Mr. Bunion Miller's, Sunday night.
Mr. Andy Webb passed through
this section Saturday. '
Miss Bertha Rogers of Walnut
Creek spent Sunday night with Mrs.
W. H. Rogers. -
Mr. Tom 'Tilson, who is workirfg
at Cashiers, spent the week-end with
home folks. '
ROSE CREEK
Mrs. Laura Parrish is in ill health
again. Dr. S. H. Lyle was- called to
see her,
Mrs. Mattie Alexander has return
ed to her home at Cashiers.
Mrs. Ethel Welch had the pleasure
of entertaining her father, Mr. Roper
of Oak Dale, last week.
Mr. Dive Rice was in Franklin on
Champion $hoe
Shop
A Springy
slep
WILL SAVE
yoiur shoes, your health and your
temper. Bring your shoes to us
and let us resole them half or full
as you wish. . You will appreciate
the economy.
EARL ANGEL, Mgr.
The New Way
to Shop
The Sure Way
to Save
GRANDMOTHER'S
PAN ROLLS
D
oz.
8
Gelfands', Best Food's or
Hellman's
MAYONNAISE 18
Rajah Brand
SANDWICH
SPREAD
9-oz
jar
17
Whole Milk
CHEESE
Pound
N. B. C. PREMIUM
SODA CRACKERS
Pound Package
17
ENCORE
STUFFED OLIVES 23c 37c
A&P
Grape Juice
Pint Bottle Jj'
QUAKER MAID
BEANS aj 23
OUR OWN TEA
India - Ceylon
yrib. Pkg. '
Java
25
NECTAR
TEA
y2-ib. pkg.
18
PALMOLIVE SOAP 5 Cake$ 29c
OCTAGON Octagon x "
TOILET Washing OCTAGON
SOAP POWDER CIIDrn
30"1"' 20' 3 " 11' """Eli
OCTAGON SOAP SODS
Large Special 0 Pkgs. ITc
Cakes 2JCJ' (?akes JJC ID
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