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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, October 28, 1937, Image 1

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' l-' ' mtt PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL INDEPENDENT VOL. LIL NO. 43 FRANKLIN, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1937 $1.50 PER YEAR ' :-4 i 6 MM PASTORS IN NEVVPLACES Conference Moves Three Preachers From Local Churches The Western North Carolina con ference of the Southern Methodist church closed in Asheville Sunday ; night with the reading of appoint ments. This conference was described as one of the most successful in re cent years. The conference made many changes in this, the Waynesville district, transferring many pastors to new charges. Kev. -C. C. Herbert, Jr., who has been pastor of the Franklin Meth odist church for thepast four years, was transferred to Walkertown in the Winston-Salem district. Mr. Herbert will .be succeeded in Frank lin by : Rev. J. E. Abernathy, of Forest City. Rev. J. J. Edwards, who has been in 1charge of the Franklin circuit, goes to the Murphy circuit and will be succeeded by Rev. H. S. .Williams. Rev. O. E. Croy, who has been pastor of the Macon circuit, wil go to Woodleaf, and Rev. J. C per; Macon circuit, J. C, Swaim; Following will be found the ap pointments for the Waynesville ' district: Presiding , elder, W. A. Rollins ; Andrews, W.. S. Smith; Bethel, T.' CiHighfill; Brevard, J. H.; Bren dall, Jr.; frevard circuit, to be sup plied; Bry son. City, A. L. Rayle; Canton, D.; E. Camak ; Clyde, E. C. Price; Cuflowhee. G G. Hefner. Crabtree, A. F. Fhibbs; Delwood, T. C. Stokes: Fines Creek. I. N. Snow; Franklin, J. E. Abernethy; Franklin circuit, H. S. Williams; Havesville. W. T. Hackney; High lands, W, F. Breadle; Jonathan, H. L. LeF.evers; Junaluska, J. H. Car1- Swaim will succeed him here. Murphy, W A. Barber; Murphy. circuit, to be supplied. Robbinsville, G. L, Lovett, sup ply; .Sylva, A. P. Ratledge; Way nesville, J. G. Huggin, Jr.; Webster, G. A. Hovis., supply; Whittier, Mc Raev Crawford; and missionary to Brazil C. W. Clay. The preachers who have teen transferred from charges in this section to other fields will go with the' best wishes of the people of all denominations. They have served well and faithfully, and their go ing is deeply regretted . by all in the communities where their work has carried them.' The new pastors who are coming to us will be welcomed by the churches land the general public and it is hoped that they will be made .to feel at home in the com munities to which they are as sighed. Prof. Madison To Speak At Iotla , Prof. R. L. Madison, of Sylva, will speak at the lotla Baptist church oni Sunday evening, No vember 7, beginning at 7:30. The public is cordially invited to at tend these services. Franklin Produce Market LATEST QUOTATIONS ,'. (Prce9 listed below are , subject to change without notice.) ' Quoted by Farmers Federation, Inc. Chickens, heavy breed, hens 12c Chickens light weight, lb. ... 9c Fryers, heavy, lb. . . . 16c 1 Fryers, light, lb. ........... 14c Eggs, doz. 25c Old Corn .$1.00 Wheat .95 Rye ..$1.00 New Potatoes, No. 1, bu. . . .65 Quoted by Nantahala Creamery . Putterfat, lb. , . , , , f , . , , . ,,,, 31c ,t Auxiliary Of Episcopal Church Holds Meeting Here Fifty women attended the dis trict meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Episcopal church, held in St. Agnes' church, on Oc tober 26, representing churches in Saluda, Hendersonville, Brevard, Highlands and Franklin. Officers attending included the Rt. Rev. Robert S. Gribbin, D. D., Bishop of Western North Carolina; Mrs. Thomas J. Wooldridge, pres ident of the Auxiliary; Misses Mary Kimberly and Mona Con nell, of Asheville; Mrs. P. F. Pat tori and Mrs. T. W. Eubank, of Hendersonville; Mrs. W. H. Wag ntt, Valle Crucis; and Mrs. R. E. Blair, Saluda. v Reports of the recent national convention of the Episcopal church were given. Holy communion was celebrated by Bishop Gribbin, assisted by the rector, Rev. Frank Bloxham, and noonday prayers were led by Rev. Harry Perry, of Brevard. IVAfiE EARNERS 'LEND' BILLION Social Security Payments Pile Up In National Treasury Uncle Sam already has harrowed almost a billion dollars from the nation's wage earners under pro visions of the social security, act. treasury ledgers showed today, . The act envisions the building of a huge reserve' fund which eventu ally will aggregate more than $40, 000,000,000 if the law remains un changed.. . Special treasury obligations are issued to the reserve fund. Bene fits under the. old age pension and unemployment compensation pro grams are to be paid from it. In treasury practice, tax collec tions under the security act flow into the government's general fuad. or pool of ready cash. These col lections are spent for day-to-day government operations. Against these collections, the treasury deposits the special obli gations in reserve accounts. These obligations in effect are promises to pay off old age and unemployment benefits. Reach $916,000,000 The obligations thus far have ag gregated $916,000,000, and the treas ury is indebted to the country's workers in that amount. "' President Roosevelt, noting in his revised budget message effects of the security law and the parallel railroad retirement act said a total of $1,075,000,000 in special reserve account obligations would be issued during this fiscal year. That total, he said, would be suf ficient to finance the estimated $695,000,000 net deficit and reduce the debt outstanding in the. hands of the public by $380,000,000. This system of borrowing event ually may have a profound effect on investment practice, because it means a shift in federal borrowing from the money markets to those who pay security taxes. , Persons 'who have salted away their tax-free federal' obligations may find this field of investment drying up. , , . . So far, the treasury has not ac tually bought back any of its out standing obligations from investors, but this will be done as . the re serve fund piles up. Box Supper At ,r Iotla Saturday Night There will be a box supper held at the Iotla school house Saturday night, October 30,. with the pro ceeds being used for the benefit of the 'school; Tht public is cordi ally invited, , ; - . ,.. ,' REA LINES FOR MACON COUNTY Money Allotted For .31 Miles; Will Serve This County "The rural electrical administra tion, has allotted $10,000 (or the construction of 2 miles of lines in Rabun county, Ga., and Macon county, N. C. The project is spon sored by the Rabun Land and Water company, of Atlanta, Ga. The lines are expected to serve about 100 customers in the specific territory in Georgia and North Carolina. J. B. McCrary, 25 Marietta street, Atlanta, owns the sponsoring com pany which has a hydoelectric plant and is already serving 77 customers. The company will add. $8,000 of its own funds to the government loan. A schedule for legal and engi neering steps will be 'sent 'to Mr. McCrary by the REA in the near future. Strict adherence to this schedule which is set up to assist in the orderly and efficient handl ing of the work, will enable the farmers on these lines to begin us ing electricity by next summer. The normal progress schedule for REA projects has been established on the basis of average conditions. Local conditions beyond the control of anyone often cause delays. One of the most frequent causes of de lays is the difficulty in securing rights-of-way. No REA funds may be used to pay for rights-of-way. . A number-, of .farmers in.- the, sec tion around Otto and. on to the Georgia line will be served by this new development, which is the first REA project in this part of the. state. Will Speak On Missions In China On Wednesday evening, Novem ber 3, at 7i30 o'clock the' Rev. Lewis H. Lancaster will speak on the Foreign Mission situation in China at the Franklin Presbyterian church. Mr. Lancaster was to have re turned to., his station at Taichow Fu, China in August, but due to the war he has been granted an extended furlough and is at pres ent on a tour of the churches of Asheville Presbytery. He is an inspiring and charming speaker and able to give many interesting side lights on the Sino-Japanese con flict, i The meeting will be in the order of an address by Mr. Lancaster and a discussion period. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Moose Lodges To Give Dance Friday A dance will be given in Odd Fellows Hall over the stores of Leach Bros, and E. K. Cunning ham, Friday evening, sponsored by the Loyal Order of Moose, and a large attendance is expected from Franklin , and several other towns in Western .North Carolina. An admission fee of 50 cents will be charged for the men, and ladies will be admitted free. Tnere will ' be square and round dancing. Mtisic will be furnished by the Carpenter band." Fifth Sunday Singing Convention Here Sunday The fifth Sunday singing con vention will meet, in the Macon county court house Sunday, Oc tober 31, for an all day singing, announced J. M. Raby, president. ' Singers from other counties, as well as from out-of-state, have a special invitation to come with quartets,' duets and classes and help make the day . worth while. , All singers in the county are urged o be present. , Junior Class To Sponsor Carnival And Keno Party. The junior class of the Franklin high school will sponsor a Hallo ween carnival and keno party Fri day evening at 7:30. The juniors claim to have a good time in store for everyone present. Among the attractions of the evening, are a one-act play; string music; fortune telling, sideshows, contests, and a keno party. The girls have made cakes, pies and candy, and the boys will sell cold drinks and hot dogs. For the keno party many attrac tive prizes have been donated by the- following individuals and 'busi ness firms of Franklin: Macon County Supply" company, vase; L. B. Phillips, wash and grease job; Mrs. G. G. Watkins, peaches; pearl's Caie, 35 cent din ner; Sloan's Market, coffee; ,R. A. Pattan, $1.00; Alacon Theatre, one ticket; City Barber Shop, hair cut; Jones & Jones, six pencils; Sutton's Cafe, one meal; The Tav ern, cake; A & P Store, coffee; rcople s Market, spiced prunes ; Franklin Barber Shop, hair cut; Kelly's Tea .Room, note book ; Henry West, toilet soap ; . Crisp's Studio, ticket for picture ; W. L. McCoy, books; E. K. Cunningham & Co., flowers; Schulman's Store, hose; ' Blumenthal's Store, razor and powder;' Polly's Store, two towels; Pearl's Beauty Shop, sham poo and set; City Market, crack ers ; '", Esther's Beauty Shop, sham poo and set ; Frances' Shop, dish ; Arnold's Cafe ticket for one meal; Economy Cleaners," cleaning two suits; Franklin Press,. one year sub scription; Roy Carpenter, five quarts Gulf , Pride, oil; Angel's Shoe Shop, 25 cents repair on shoes; Johrl Cunningham's Service 'Station, radiator flush; Sanders' Store, incense burner, City Dry Cleaners, 25 cents; Pay-and-Take-It, toilet soap; Farmer's federa tion, dish and Supersuds; Sinclair Station, grease job; J. B. Pender grass, necktie; Roy. Cunningham, five pounds of sugar; Macon Fur niture company, bed lamp; Bryant Furniture company, rug ; Pure Oil Pep Station, grease job, and others. The Juniors wish to express their appreciation to the donors of the prizes, and also to others who have cooperated in making the carnival possible. ' BRYANTAWARDS FIVE PREMIUMS First P e r i o d Of Trade . Expansion Campaign ' ' Closed Saturday The Bryant Furniture company closed the first period of their big trade expansion campaign Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and prem imums were awarded as follows:, ' First ward, range Miss John nie! Edwards, of Highlands. . Second, bedstead K. E.' Hyde, Franklin. , ,K Third, mattress Larry Williams! Cartoogechaye. ; .. Fourth, chest 'of drawers Mrs. Frank Tallent, Franklin., Fifth, rockirig chair, Sherman Ledford, Cartoogtchaye. The last period of the campaign will close oh December 24, and Mr. Bryant states that all putstand- mg coupons will be good to com pete for the final awards. Macon Furniture Cop Starts New Campaign The Macon Furniture company starts this week a- big fall cam paign which, will run until Decern-, ber 24, when six valuable premiums will be awarded. See their full page ad in this issue. , ' ANNUAL ROLL CALLJOV. 11 Red Cross Drive Starts Armistice Day; Ends Thanksgiving By REV. FRANK BLOXHAM Chairman lof Red Croi Roll Call Committee for Macon County Once again the people of Macon county are ' to be given an oppor tunity to share in the work of the American Red Cross. .. v The Annual Roll Call for mem berships will be held at the usual time, November 11 through the 25. The achievements of the past should act as a spur to lead us on to greater successes this year. ,lt is very gratifying to note that for the past three years we have increased our memberships each year. Last year the total exceeded the 300 mark, and this year we are asked to try and make it 50U. As a county we should be content with nothing less than this small figure but should aim to -make it even more. If we each d6 'our part, the goal will easily ,be ''reached. -: Times have greatly unproved .for' us all and we have had no catas trophe to create havoc - in.-, our . midst. We should indeed be thank- ful and express our gratitude in a tangible way. Let us ever ; re--member that by subscribing" our. ' membership dollar to the American ' Red Cross we are actually becom ing a part of the organization, and we, can say, in every disaster that overtakes any section, of the Coun- ; try, that we are at work there -helping to relieve distress and care foi? need. ' J . - Carries Out Vatt Pnognam So many people say that even: after . joining the Red - Cross ' at this time of the year they have . been called upon, in . cases of major disasters, to contribute to emergency funds. That is true. The' Red Cross is carrying out a vast program of relief, safety, health, first aid, home nursing, '.etc., all the while, for which funds are regularly contributed at- the tune of the Roll Call, and ; when these other major, disasters, da overtake , portions of our country a call must be made, for funds to meet an emergency that could not be an ticipated, and which it was hoped , would not occur. .''., The work of the Red Cross immense -and I hope during ' the next few weeks to give in a series of : articles ' some account of the. work being done. . . I am grateful to The Franklin Press for this " opportunity to 'ac- quaint you . with the work for I feel, that if you know "what is be ing done you . will as has been the cae in the- past, cheerfully support this work. Tuck away that dollar now so that you will have it ready when worker asks you to join up this Week Of Prayer Being Observed The Franklin Presbyterian church, is observing;. this week, October 24 31, as a Week; of Prayer and Self Denial for. -Home -Missions - along with the. other, churches of the Presbyterian church in the U. S. A special offering for home mis sions will be received at the Sun day morning service at 11 o'clock as the pastor brings a special mes sage on Home Missions. The pub lic is cordially invited to the serv- Hfce Box Supper Saturday At Clark's Chapel t There will be a box supper at Clark s Chapel school house next Saturday-night,. October 30, fol lowed by a ne'gro play. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of the school. The public is cordially invited to attend. .

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