Clipped From Anderson Herald
Frartkton oi (Conthwed Frem Page One) rolling pin toss for the women o reduced Senate de- near .the Washington St bridfe. The parade is scheduled at noon with many entries already made in 'which all business establishments establishments and organizations of the community will be represented. Following the awarding of prizes, a western horse show will be pre sented. A social hour will be held foi lowing the horse show and at i p.m. the Frankton High Schoo and Leach School bands will pre sent a concert as their contribu tJon to the centennial. A large fireworks display will follow a 9 p.m. In order to insure a saf fireworks display the town ha secured the .services of Gapt. Ted Peters of the Delco-Remy Divi sion Fire Prevention Department He will have complete charge o that particular part of the cele bration. With the close of the display Frankton will have completed it anniversary program and its first hundred years of progress. Th to is 30, to House town's three churches, the Metho di.st, Qhristian and Pilgrim Rol ness observed the centennial las Sunday with members of the con regation wearing clothes of entury ago and ministers spok n topics of particular interest i egard to the celebration. A separate committee has com leted work of a centennial boo et of one hutidred years of Fran on which will be available du ng the event. The committee ha gathered histories of churche odges and other organizations and nave combined them with early names and events in the history Frankton in their publication, dat- ng from the time of the gas 'boom" period until the present.