The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, October 28, 1937, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2
PAGE TWO 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. Crispe. . LEGAL ADVERTISING ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE 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, 1937. MRS. L. H. CRAWFORD, Administratrix, C. T. A. 028-6tp 1)2 SIGNS FOR MOVIES tan, i t r & S 'I i - f -, 'x ; r u&y ::S:W:W:i National Forest Timber for Sale 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 contract. 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, JMRY-1A ME 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 combined. 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 tration. ' 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 people live." 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 Economy Prices 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 Expansion Sale 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.