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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND i HE HIGHLANDS MACON1AN
THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1942
First Grade Thanks
P. T. A. Mothers
, The First Grade of the Franklin
School wishes to take this oppor
tunity of thanking Mrs. Harry
Willmle, Mrs. Frank Leach, Mrs.
Zeb Angel, Mrs. Louie Phillips,
assisted by J. A. Sutton, Grade
mothers, for the many things (they
lia.ve done for the First. Grade this
year. -' ( '
We especially want to mention
the lavatory arid drinking fountain
installed in our room which were
made possible by the rummage
sales conducted by the Grade
Mothers. Many of our parents
made contributions of clothing and
We were able to carry out our
health program better because we
could wash bur hands before eat
ing our lunches and after touching
things that were dirty.
Pupils of the First Grade
Cowee School Notes
The Cowee school presented the
play "Tom Sawyer," from Mark
Twain's popular book by the same
name at the .school auditorium on
May 14, The production was a
tremendous success, and Mr. E. G.
Crawford, director, has been re
quested to- give a repeat perfor
mance at some 'near date. The
Characterization of Tom Sawyer
and Huckleberry Finn was excel
lently performed by Bruce Kick
man and Joe Gibson.
The Cowee P. 1 T. A. has pur
chased $50 worth of new books
for the school.
Work is 'being put on a speed-up
program at the inew Cowee school
in hopes that the buihlinig will be
completed in time for the next
For Welch Infant
Funeral services; were held at
the Oak Grove church for Leonard
Jackson Welch, six months four
days old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Welch, of Oak Grove community.
I,ntcrment was conducted at the
church cemetery at 'Oak Grove.
Little Leonard died at 4 a. m. last
Friday, following an illness of eight
He is survived by his parents,
two sisters, Joyce, and Arbutus,
and oik brother, Odell.
Mrs. Margaret Young
Passes On Cartoogechaye
Mrs. Margaret Young, 63, died
Wednesday night, May 20, at 10:30
iat trie home of her daughter, Mrs.
William Burch, on Upper Car
toogechaye. She was ill three
weeks and death was due to heart
Mrs. Young, a native of Macon
county, had been a resident of
Clay county for 20 years. She was
visiting her daughter at the time
of her death.
In 1897 she married to William
Your.ig, who preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at a
church ,near Hayesviulle in Clay
Surviving are six children,
James, of, Hayesvillle; Mrs. Arie
Mull, Hayesville ; Mrs. Arthur
Young arxl Mrs. William Burch,
Macon county, and Mrs. Ira Wood
and Mrs. Polly Mo.stel!er, of Hay
esville, and 17 grandchildren.
Cole, was at the Oak Grove School
registering the little Miss, for su
ear. . . can vou beat it ?
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has been spending a few days with
his son, Wade.
iMr. Walter Dowell, who has
been working at Bryson City, is
with his home folks.
(By Carl Morgan)
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Cole on May 7, a daughter, Joyce
Lucile.. The new heir arrived at
9:40 a. m., and 2:00 p. m. Mr.
The condition of Mrs. Fred
Bryson of Franklin, who under
went an operation May .25 is
Mrs. Dora Munger of High
lands, underwent a mastoid opera
tion' at the Angel Clinic May 23,
Mrs. Walter Fox of Franklin,
Rt. 4 is slowly recovering follow
ing a major operation,
Fred Fox underwent an opera
tion for acute appendicitis June 2.
Mr. William Hastings of Pren
tiss underwent am operation for
acute appendicitis May 27.
Mr. Lex Angel of Cullasaja is
recovering from an operation on
Roy Womack, employee of State
Highway Commission, Who suf
fered severe injuries when a plat
form fell on a WPA job at Burn
ingtown, is slowly recovering.
To Those Having Charge
or Installment accounts
New Government Regulations Tell
The Merchant How He May Charge
and Tell The Customers How They
THIS IS HOW IT WORKS
All unpaid balances on regular charge accounts, at the end of May, are
due June 10, and must be paid in full on or before July 10, or be in de
fault. The Government has ordered that when it is impossible to com
ply with this ruling, the merchant and customer may work out a con
tract account to take care of the unpaid balance. Otherwise the mer
chant is not permitted to charge anything to you until the old balance
New Regulations allow you to buy almost anything, with a slightly in
creased down payment, with up to 12 months to pay. All installments
due must be paid up to date by July 10, or they will be in default.
E. K . Cunningham & Co.
Ray Grocery & Feed Co.
Franklin Hardware Co.
Macon Furniture Co. Inc.
Perry's Drug Store
Franklin Service Station
Reid's Esso Service
Poindexter's Esso Service
Womack's Service Station
Stewart's Esso Station
Western Auto Store
By MRS. DOSHIE HANEY
Last week Mr. R. L. Harney, of
Kyle, visited his daughter, Mrs,
Julia Dills of Camp Branch Sec
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Astor Solesbee of
Swanmanoah spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Baldwin.
Miss Vivian Jacobs of Prentiss
was visiting in Kyle Sunday.
Lonjnie Bryant who is work
ing in Farner, Tenn., spent the
week end with friends here Sun
day. Mrs. Larie Ledford of Swan
nanoah spent the week end With
The people of Kyle and Aquqne
met at the Nantahala Baptist
Church No. 2 Sunday for Sunday
School and Decoration. A large
crowd attended arid all in joyed the
program very much.
Mr. an Mrs. Hattie Baldwin of
Franklin spent Sunday with Mr.
Baldwin's mother, Mrs. Hattie
Baldwin of this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Drake spent
the week end here with Mrs.
Drake's mother, Mrs. Doshie Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bradeis of
Andrews spemt the week end with
Mr. an Mrs. J. L. Davis;
Mr. and Mrs. Reece Golf of
Wilminggton spent the wek end
with Mrs. Golf's mother, Mrs
Mrs. Rulby Buchanman and child
ren were visiting in Kyle Sunday
Mrs. Lizzie Campbell spent the
week end with her sister, Mrs
Craig Stepp of Aquqne was vis
itingg in Kyle Friday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Woods o
Franklin, have been visiting Mr
vvoous moiner Mrs. sarali Arm
SUNDAY, JUNE 7
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. C. F. Rogers
9:45 a. m Bible school.
11 a. m. Morning Worship.
7 p m. B. T. U.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Rev. J. L. Stokes II
10 a. m. Church school.
11 a. m.r Worship service.
6:00 p. m. Young Peoples Fei
Rev. Hubert WardBaw
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Services.
5 p. m. Christian Fndeavor.
A daughter, Phyllis Ann, was
horn to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ro
land of Aquone on May 25th.
Mrs. Doshia Lee and Miss Juan-
ita Lee of Gastonia are now visit
ing Mrs. Lee's daughter, Mrs
Robert Hughes anl Mr. Hughes.
Marvin Wilson left ' here this
week to work at Turtletown, Tenro.
Warren G. Eller, Carl Nelson and
Jewel Haney visited friends at
Peachtree last Sunday.
Phil Rice visited home folks last
week. He is employed at Fanner,
Mrs. Mann and one of her
friends of Georgia are now visiting
Mrs. Mann's daughters, Mrs. More-
roe Clark, Mrs. Wayne Wilson and
Mrs. Hollis Clark.
There will be decoration on May
31, at the Kyle and Aquone ceme
teries by the Aquone church.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Pvt. Eckel Roland came in last
Wednesday for a ten-day furlough
with home folks.
South Lead Nation
In 1941, the Southern States
planted 52 1-2 million young pines
and hardwoods to reforest denuded
privately owned lands. This is
nearly 54 per cent of the total
number . so utilized in the entire
country. Georgia led all the States
with nearly 10.4 million, Mississippi
was second with 9.8 million, and
South Carolina was third with
nearly 9.7 million.
The above figures include only
distribution by the States in coop
eration with the federal govern
ment under the provisions of the
Clarke-McNary and Norris-Doxey
Acts. Many millions of young
trees were also planted in the South
by such federal agencies as the
U. S. Forest Service, the Soil
Conservation Service, and the
Tennessee Valley Authority.
Over half the land of the South
has been found by farmers to be
better suited to tree crops than
to other crops. Fortunately, trees
2nd and 4th Sundays:
10 a. m. Preaching.
11 a. m. Sunday school.
ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL
Rev. A. Rufus Morgan
11 a. m. Holy Communion and
MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT
Rev. J. C. Swaim
11 a. m. Union.
2 p. m. Hickory Knoll.
7:30 p. m. Asbury.
Rev. Philip L. Green
11 a. m. Bethel.
3 p. m. Salem.
7:30 p. m Clark's Chapel.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC PARISH
Rev. A. F. Rohrbacher
Every First Sunday:
8:00 a. m. Bryson (sity.
Every Second and Fourth Sunday:
8:00 a. m Franklin
Every Third Sunday:
8 :00 a. m. Cherokee.
11:00 a. m. Waynesville.
Rev. C. W. Modder, Pastor
10 a. m Sunday school.
11:15 a., m. Morning worship.
8:30 p. m. Evangelistic service.
Mt. Sinai Church, Burningtown.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
2nd Sunday, 3 p. in. and 8 p. m.
4th Sunday, 3 p. m.
grow faster in the South than in
any equally large area elsewhere
in the united states. Given pro
tection from forest fires and nro-
vided plenty of seed trees are left.
Southern woodlands restock to
young trees without much help
from man. Meanwhile, planting
would be required only on wood
land areas already stripped of de-
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It's only a movie . . . Pvt. Jones for a
minute thought It waa his Mom's
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Our country, in its hour of peril, calls upon all of
us, men and women alike, to support our armed
forces to the limit of our ability and endurance. We
must all make the personal sacrifices that prove our
loyalty. Each American must do bis full part sm
strengthening Civilian Defense.
Civilisation is mt the crossroads of Destiny one road
leads to defeat, tbe other to Victory. And we are
mightily resolved with Robert Trent Paine that:
"Never shall tbe sons of Columbia be slaves while tbe
earth shall bone a plant or tbe ton shall roll f
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