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FRANKLIN, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938
Farmers To Be Informed
Of Changes Due To
By S. W. MENDENHALL
iCounfrv A front
Due to the fact that a new farm
bill has been passed by congress
there will be some changes in our
present sou conservation program.
In order for every farmer in the
country to learn the new program
and how it works on eaqh indi
vidual farm we will hold meetings
in the communities listed below.
We know that this is a busy
time of year for farmers, but it is
important that we get this inform
ation to' you before seeding time,
in order that, you can receive the
most benefit from the program.
You will note that on Friday,'
March 18, R. H. Page, state for
estry specialist will conduct three
timber stand improvement demon
strations. This will be one of the
earliest ways of reaching your soil
The benefit you receive from
the program depends on how we
you know the approved practices
of the program.
It is your responsibility to attend
the meeting nearest you so that
we oan give you this information.
Following is the schedule:
Thursday, March 10, 10:30 a. m.,
Iotla school; 1:30 p. m., Oakdale
school; 3:30 p. m., Burningtown
Frifiav., March II a m
Telhco- thurfh; 1:30 ., "bafc
drove school; 3:30 p. m., Wesrs
..... Saturday, March 12, 10:30 a. m.,
Highlands school ; 1 :30 p. m. Frank
lin courthouse. ,.
Monaav. March 14. 1U:3U a. m.
Cartoogechaye Baptist church ; 1 :30
p. m., ilolly bpnngs school; 3:30
p. m., Watauga school.
luesaay, March 15, 1U:J0 a. m.,
Maple Springs school ; 1 :30 p. m.,
Otto school; 3:30 p. m.j Mulberry
Wednesday, March 16, 10:30 a.
m., Salem school; 1:30 p. m.. Hig
donville school ; 3 :30 p. m., Pine
y Thursday, March 17, 10:30 a. m.,
Gold Mine school; 1 :30 p. m., Horse
Cove school ; 3 :30 p. m., Clear
Timber .Stand Demonstration
Friday, March 18, 10 a. m., Tom
Southards,. . Cartoogechape ; 1 :30 p.
m., Mrs. J. M. McCracken, Rabbit
Creek ; 3 :30 p. m., Frank Gibson, j
West's Mill. -
Monday, March 21, 10:30 a. m.,
Kyle school; 1:30 p. m., Otter Creek
school ; 3 :30 p. m., Fairview school
luesaay, March il, &s p. m.,
Scaly school. '
H. R, Niswonger, horticulture
specialist will be present at the
Scaly meeting. !
If you want to get the maximum
benefit from the 1938 soil conser
Vation program, it will be to your
advantage to attend one of these
$1.50 PER YEAR
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Three Candidates Announce
A. B. SLAGLE .
Who Announces for Reelection
as Sheriff .
HARLEY R. CABE
In the Race to Succeed Himself
as Clerk of Superior Court
GEORGE R. PATTILLO
Who is a Candidate for
Register of Deeds
THREE MORE IN
A. B. Slagle, Harley Cabe
And George Pattillo
To Be Continued
The rummage sale conducted by
'the ladies of St. Agnes church
will be continued this Saturday.
March 12, at the same place, the
(telephone company shop adjoining
Koy Cunningham s store. .Clothing
and shoes will be on sale.
(Prices listed below are subject
'to change without notice.)
Quoted by Farmers Federation, Inc.
Chickens, heavy breedi, hens 14c
Chickens, light weight, . .. .10
Quoted by Nantahala Creamery
3utterfat, lb. V ..J,... 27c
Three more candidates have
pitched their hats into the ring in
Macon county; and their formal
.1 aannfrocemtnts appeajr in. tbisyssu
anentt A. a. blagle announces for
rceieciion,. ana so tar has. no op
position. Bert Slagle is known to
practically every citizen, of the
county. He has, with his competent
assistants, Miss Elizabeth .Slagle
and Deputy Sheriff John Dills,
handled all the duties of the sher
iff s office to the satisfaction of
all presiding iudcres of our courts
and the people of the county.
He asks for reelection on his rec
ord of conscientious service
Harley Cabe for Clerk
Harley R. Cabe also announces
or reelection as clerk of the su
perior court. Harley will finish his
tirst term this year, and justly be
lieves that, because of his familiar
ity with the duties of the office,
he will be better able to serve the
people during the next term than
he has during the first.
He has' won high commendation
from several tuderes for his ef
ficiency, and with his deputy. Miss
Mary Berry, has systematized the
clerk's office so that the business
is handled in a manner which is
satisfactory to all who have busi
GerfM-f R. Pattillo Announces
George R. Pattillo makes his an
npuncement as a candidate for reg
ister of deeds fo succeed C Tom
Bryson, Who is not offering for re
election. George is fully competent
to handle the duties of the office
he seeks. He has 4een for some
time connected with Angel's drug
store, but expects soon to be able
to get out over the county and
make a thorough canvass of the
voters. ; v
Mr. Pattillo is connected with
some of the best families of Ma
con county, and has many rela
tives and friends who will helo
him in his race.
Lester S. Arnold, deontv reerister
of deeds, is also in the race for
the same office, and announced his
candidacy two weeks ago. .
The annual meeting of. Macon
county stoclcholdess of the Farm
ers Federation has been called for
1 :30 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
in the co-op's warehouse on Palmer
Agricultural Class To v
On next Saturday nicht. March
12, the agricultural class of the
Franklin high school will sponsor
an entertainment at the courthouse
given by "Unc e Walt and his
Santa Fe Trailers" radio stars
rom WSB, Atlanta. ' )
These entertainers are well known
tO all radio fans iw their sertir.n
and a large crowd is exoected tn
Tames'- G,. K.. McClure. Dresidentl
anu umci .' icucmuon oinciais are
to. attend. Music will be supplied
by the federation's string band.
Principal business to come be
fore the meeting will be the read
ing of reports on last year's busi
ness, the nomination of a county
advisory committee of 10 members.
and the nomination of a,director to
represent the county on the organ
ization's board. Two - directors are
named from each county where
the federation operates. They are
elected for overlapping terms of
two years, so that one comes up
for election each year. .
Nominations of county directors
are made "at county meetings and
elections take place at the annual
meeting of the entire organization
which is to be held this year at
10:30 o'clock . Saturday morning,
March 26, at .Asheville.
In addition to two directors from
each county the federation has
seven directors-at-large, making the
total membership of the board 29.
Franklin People Attend
Baptist W. M. U. Meeting
Among those attending the 48th
annual convention of the Baptist
Missionary Union of North Caro
lina which convened in Asheville
this week were: The Rev. and Mrs.
W. B. Underwood, Mrs. Qerald
Ashe, Mrs. W. C. Penn, MrsT I. T.
Peek, Mrs. J. H. Carelpck, Mrs.
Ray Swanson, Mrs; C. D, Baird,
Mrs. O. C. Bryant and son, Cullen,
and Mrs. C. T. Blaine, who visited
her son, William, in Mars Hill after
the convention closed.
Term To Begin April 18;
Judge J. H. Clement
Slagle Dairy Herd
Makes Honor Roll
The Guernsey herd of Sheriff A;
B. Slagle was one of the 44 dairy
herds in the state which ' made
honor roll requirements for 1937,
it was learned Tuesday. There were
110 t herds" on test bv the . Dairv
Herd Improvement associations, arid
10 mane tne. , honor " roll . a herd
must show an average of 300
pounds or more of hutterfat. - The
Slagle herd of 22 Guernseys pro
duced 6,476 pounds of milk "and 318
pounds of hutterfat.
A good herd average is an ac
complishment pf which any dairy
man can well afford to be proud.
Such a record, represents good, cows
throughout the herd which are well
fed and managed,'
Following ' will be found the list
of jurors drawn for the Aoril term
LAjuvcuc iviunuay, 7pru ia, ana will
be presided over ibv Judee J. H
Uement, of Winston-Salem :
Frank Daves. Franklin. Rt 2: C.
tL. Lnsp, Gneiss ; E. H. Parrish,
b.tna: R. C. Enloe. Franklin. Rt. 1:
Robt. D. Henry. Elliiav: Harrv
Thomas. Franklin: Vance Dehart.
Tellico; E. A. Stiles, Franklin; Fred
Lowe, Star Rt., Franklin ; Perry
Brendle, Star Rt.; Dewey McCon
nelL Rt. 1: D. J. Liner. Rt. 1: S.C
Davis, Kyle; Walter C. Morgan,
flats; I. B. Elmore. West's Mill:
T. M. McDowell. Dillard. . Rt
1 : John H. Keener. Cnllasaia : Geo
Williamson, Franklin, Rt. 1 ; Martin
Floyd, Etna; W. Raymond, Sand
ers, Prentiss; L. L. Denney; Flats:
N. L. Downs, Franklin, Rt. 4;
T. S. Speed. Hiehiands : Flovd
Nichols, Franklin, Rt. 1 ; G. W.
rady, Cullasaia: Guv Paul. High
lands : E. E. Ward. Franklin: W.
R. McCracken, Franklin, Rt. 4; L.
N. Vanhook, Prentiss; Joel M. Dal
ton, Westrs Mill: T. D. Russell.
Highlands; W. F. McDowell, Cul
lasaja; Carl Keener, Gneiss; John
Wishon, Mats; John Palmer; Pren
tiss; Ralph Wood, Kyle; M. B.
Norton, Franklin, Rt. 2; Harley
Kamsey, lellico Jess M. Stewman,
Cullasaja; H. L. Childers, Franklin,
Kt. 1; Ueo. Crisp. Cullasaia : Frank
I. Cabe. Franklin. Rt. 4: Harlev
M. caDe, franklin, Rt. 2; Burt
Mashburn. Cullasaia: Tack Cansler.
J r., t ranklin, Rt. 3 ; Weaver Gib
son, West's Mill; Ray Mashburn,
franklin, Kt. 1; John Taylor, Elli-
Gus Leach. Franklin: Mvram
Kussell, Highlands; Robt. Corbin,
Franklin. Rt. 4: R. H. Munaer
Highlands ; Jay Gibson. Franklin
Rt. 1; Robert Fox, Ellijay; G. G.
Holland, Cullasaja ; J. H. Webb, El-
"j.y; n. l,. uryanr, franklin; Ji.
T.- Battels, Prentiss; Tom J.
Brown, Rt. 2, Franklin ; Frank
Haney, Franklin, Rt. 3; John A.
Bulgin, Franklin ; W. R. Corpening,
Franklin, Rt. 1; J. Wayne Higdon,
Cullasaja; L. S. Patterson Leather
man; C. B. Owenby, Flats; J. J.
Gray, Rt. 2, Franklin; Carl Wykle,
Flats; A. O. Hkks, Kyle; Thad
Patton, Rt. 1, Franklin; Carl Bol
ick, Gneiss ; Fred Dryman, Rt. 2,
Franklin; Louie Neely, Scaly; J.
C. Smith, Rt. 2, Franklin; T. H.
Barnes, Shookville; W. W. Hedden,
Gneiss; Carl Dryman, Scaly; J. L.
McHan, Nantahala; Frank Brown
Intangible Items Must Be
Sent To Raleigh By
At the regular monthly meeting
held Monday, the county commis
sioners selected tax listers for the
various townships as follows:
Franklin, Billy Roane and Miss
Elizabeth Meadows: Cowee. lohn
Dalton and J. P. Bryson; Burning-
town. Robert Kamsev : Nantahala.
Lee Baldwin and Jim Shields;
Cartoogechaye. Ben Lenoir and
Virgil Southards; Smith Bridge,
Robert Cabe and Mrs. Edith Fos
ter; Flats, Earl Drvman: High
lands, W. R. Pierson; Sugarfork,
Mrs. Faye Mashburn; Ellijay, p.
N. Moses; Millshoal, Dee Brendle.
Intangible Deadline March ,15
The items heretofore listed a
solvent credits, including money on
hand and on deposit, bonds, notes. '
mortgages, accounts receivable,
deeds of trust, judgments. etc. are
eliminated from the blanks this
year and must be listed on blanks
furnished by the state, which ran
be obtained at the office of the
register of deeds. These Wanks
must be filled out and mailed to
the department of revenue at Ral
eigh not later than next Tuesday,
March 15. This is in accordance
with the intangibles tax law, and
notes, mortgages, etc., cannot be
collected by law unless listed for
taxation. v '
Grant U.e of Lot for Athletic Oub
-The6ninti$3ioriers 'at Monday's
meeting granted the use of the lot
owned by the county on West
Main street to the athletic cluh re
cently organized bv the
pie's class of the Methodist Sun
day school, for the lavintr
playground, including tennis and
voiiey Dan courts.
The athletic cluh i
denominational, and the playground
Will 4e Used bv the vnimcr mahI.
of the county.
Dies At Home On Ellijay
Funeral services for Ram
of Ellijay, were held SunAiv afr!
noon at 2 o'clock at the Ellijay
Baptist church. The Rev. John
Brendle. a Baotist minisfpr urn in
' IIHJ , tit
Mr. Youne. a farmer of th Fit;..
jay community. AeA at hU
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock fol
lowing an illness of several months.
He was a member of the Ellijay
Baptist church. The pallbearers
were six nephews, Walter, Leslie,
Wymer, Hunter, Luther and Louis
Surviving are his widow; the for
mer Miss Arizona Dills; four
daughters, Misses Rosie, Nellie, Ly
dia, and Cora; one son, Alex
ZOUng. all Of Elliiav anI
brothers, Abraham and Jake Young,
of the Ellijay community. .
Claude L. Rickm&n
Funeral seryices for Claude L.
Rickman. 19. will Je he at th
Cowee Baptist church, of which he
was a member, Friday morning at
11 o'clock. The Rev. R. F. May
berry, pastor, will be in rJiaro- nt
the services. Interment will be in
the church cemetery.
Young .Rickman, who recently
enrolled in th CCr
Smokemont, was taken to a hos
pital at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga Sat
urday in a critical mnAittn
suffering from obstruction
intestines. He died Tuesday even
ing at a o'clock, and the body was
taken to his home at Wst'c Mill
today (Thursday) about 4 a. m.
Surviving are his narnta tr "
and Mrs. Robert Rickman; one
sister. Mary Alice Rirlr man anit
a large connection on both his pa-
lernw ana maternal side,