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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1937
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crispe, of
Route 4, were called to Asheville
Monday on account of the death of
Mr. Crispe's mother, Mrs. W. T.
Having qualified as administratrix
of H. C. Crawford, deceased, Late
of Macon county, N. C, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said, deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 27th day of Oc
tober, 1938, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. AH
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This the 27th day of October,
MRS. L. H. CRAWFORD,
Administratrix, C. T. A.
SIGNS FOR MOVIES
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National Forest Timber
Sealed bids will be received by
the Forest Supervisor, Franklin, N.
C, p to and including November
2y, 1937 for all merchantable live or
dead chestnut poles and chestnut
extractwood, marked or designated
for cutting on an area of about 2uU
acres within the Fork Mountain
Unit in the Nantahala River water
shed, Nantahala National Forest,
North Carolina, estimated to be 12,
25 foot poles; 36, 3U foot poles; 90,
35 foot poles ; 330, 40 foot poles ;
90. 45 foot poles: 24. 50 foot poles;
12, 55 foot poles; 6, 60 foot poles; i
for a total of 600 poles and 1500
long cords of 160 cubic feet of
chestnut extractwood, more or less.
It is estimated that 100 M feet
board measure of the chestnut esti
mated as extractwood is suitable
for sawtimber and may be removed
as this product, at the option of
the purchaser. No bid "for less than
$.3U each for 25 foot poles ; $.35 for
30 foot poles; $.41 for 35 foot poles;
$.53 for 40 foot poles; $.65 for 45
foot poles ; $.80 for 50 foot poles ;
$1.05 for 55 foot poles; $1.30 for 6i
foot poles; $.57 per long cord of
chestnut extractwood; $2.00 per M
for chestnut sawtimber, will be con
sidered. $100 must be deposited with
each bid, to foe applied on the pur
chase price, refunded, or retained
in part as liquidated damages, ac
cording to the conditions of the
sale. The right to reject any and
all bids is reserved. Before bids are
submitted, full information concern
ing the timber, the conditions of
the sale, and the submission of bids
should .be obtained from the Forest
Supervisor, Franklin, N. C.
Oct28 Nov4 2tc
Airline hostesses are all so capa
ble and charming that the inroads of
Cupid are the most serious factor'
involved in alienating them from
their jobs. Now comes an announce
ment from an airline company Indi
cating another threat. As evidence
we show you a picture of pretty
Daphne Lane, airline hostess who
has just received a motion picture
VVork Started On
Temporary Highway 106
Work began Tuesday on tempor
ary Highway No. 106 which leaves
Highway 106 two miles east of
Sylva, passes through Webster and
joins U. S. Highway No. 23 south
of Dillsboro. "
The road is being leveled and
crushed rock is being placed on it.
Improvement of this road will
.uoiien the distance, for1 through
traffic from Franklin to Cullowhee
by more than six miles.
The road leaving Highway No.
106 at the Sylva golf course, pass
ing through the part of , Webster
township which is known as the
Ashe section, and following the
Tuckaseigee river into Webster
where it joins No. 116, is being
widened to 20 feet and surfaced
with crushed rock.
Millions of people the world over
have thrilled to the warmth, beauty
and tenderness of "Heidi," Johanna
Spyri's beloved tale of the Swiss
Alps and its colorful people. With
Shirley Temple starred irf the title
role, Twentieth Century-Fox brings
this famous classic to laughing, lov
ing life on the screen of the Macon
Theatre, where it opens Monday,
New shipment of coats and dresses just received.
They are beautiful ... See them!
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Red Cross Replaces
Farm Family Losses
The Red Cross gave agricul
tural rehabilitation to 10,116
farm families following the se
vere eastern floods of last win
ter. Types of aid Included feed,
seed, livestock, farm tools and
machinery and other items es
sential to agricultural produc
tivity. More than $599,000 was ex
pended by the organization to
meet these requirements.
Pn addition to occupational as
sistance, rural families hard hit
by the flood waters were f escued,
clothed, fed and sheltered by the
Red Cross. Where it Was neces
sary the Red Cross repaired and
rebuilt out-buildings, barns and
other structures. Medical . and
nursing care were provided and
homes refurnished. ,
Red Cross agricultural reha
bilitation benefited nearly three
times ste many families as re
ceived all other types of Red
Cross occupational rehabilitation
Last year the Red Cross intro
duced an accident check list to 7,
000,000 American homes. The list
told how hazards in the home might
be eliminated and the work of in
spection was done by householders
themselves. A like program of home
accident prevention is being con
ducted this year.
Map Plans For
Taking Job Census
A nationwide campaign using
every available agency of informa
tion to induce the nation's unem
ployed to report to the federal, gov
ernment was outlined by John D.
Biggers, the "dollar-a-year" man
from Toledo, O., who is" administer
ing the national unemployment cen
sus. The campaign will be climaxed,
he said, by President Roosevelt in
a national broadcast speech from
the White House. He speaks Sun
day night, November 14, two days
before actual registration will be
gin. . All major broadcasting systems
have reserved time for the address.
Ten speakers will precede the pres
ident in a series of broadcasts.
Biggers said 16,000 mayors' com
mittees and 30 6r more zone, com
mittees would be organized, and
85,000,000 cards distributed.
'Aiding in the publicity campaign,
the New York post office will dis
tribute to 45,000 other post offices
1000,000 window cards to be dis
played on the first day of. regis
Leaders i of all churches have
agreed to have the census an
nounced on Sunday, November 14,
Biggers said. School officials will
be asked to cooperate. ,
More than 700. radio stations have
consented to make three 30-word
announcements a day during the
period of registration. Posters- are
being printed in "20 Languages.
"These cards are going to be
delivered to 32,000,000 homes in one
day," Biggers explained. Postoffice
substitutes will be enlisted to aid
in the distribution.
"By homes," he added, "I mean
habitations tourist camps, trailer
camps, flop houses,, anywhere that
Biggers said he already had re
ceived his $1 salary from the gov
ernment, and commented that earn
ing it left him little time for the.
LibbOwensFord Glass company,
of1 wh'ich he is president.
Class To Begin Study
Of Greece and Rome
Dr. Willis A. Parker, extension
professor of . Western Carolina
Teachers' college, Cullowhee, who
is teaching a college course on
ancient and medieval history at the
high school on Friday afternoons,
announced last Friday that the
study of Greece and Rome would
begin on Friday, November 5, when
new members would be allowed to
enroll in the class for remainder
of the course. The sessions are
held for two hours beginning at
4 :30 o'clock.
License Examiner To
Be In Franklin Nov. 2
Beginning next Tuesday, . No
vember 2, a drivers' , license ex
aminer will 'be at the Sheriff's of
fice in the courthouse in Frank
lin, from 8:30 a. m. until 12, for
the purpose of issuing licenses for
drivers and chauffeurs. He will be
here during above hours every
Tuesday until further notice.
We carry a complete line of Feed
Stuffs and Staple Groceries at
WE HAVE ON HAND A BIG LOT OF THE
LEADING BRANDS OF FLOUR AND CAN
OFFER YOU REAL SAVINGS
Nancy Jane Flour; $1 value 85
Western: Bred Flour, was $1.10 90
Carolina Choice Flour excellent ................ 75
' Chicken Feed, Cow Feed, Plog Feed
Henry D. West
Munday Building on Main Street
FRANKLIN NORTH CAROLINA
FINAL PRIZE AWARDS
In Bryant Furniture Company Trade
WILL BE MADE ON
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, AT 3 P.M.
The last period of the Big Campaign has started. Coupons
given out in period which closed last Saturday will be good in
the final Premium Award. SAVE THEM. 1
The six valuable premiums to be given in the next award are:
i First Prize Two-Piece Living Room Suite '
Second Prize Mahogany Gate Leg Table
Third Prize -Steel Rase Bed Spring
Fourth Prize 9x12 Congoleum Rug '' '
Fifth Prize-r36-Inch Buffet Mirror v
Sixth Prize End Table
THIS BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM SUITE TO BE GIVEN AWAY DECEMBER 24
Any one of these prizes would make an ideal Christmas gift
for your wife or husband or friends ... or would come in just
the right time to beautify your home for the holidays. Be sure to
come to our store on Christmas Eve and bring your coupons!
Bryant Fumitory Company
FRANKLIN, N. C.