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FOR RENT ? STEAM HEATED
ROOMS. WEEKLY RATES. SYL
VA HOTEL. ?
FRESH COW for sale. If in need of
a good fresh cow, see J. R. Oliver,
Webster. N. C.,
Jan 17 24
WANTED ? A tenant farmer to ran
my farm, a good tenant house, all
stock and machinery furnished. Gary
Allison, Dillard Road, 1 1-2 miles
Jan 17 24
' WANTED ? Boxwood Prunings. Get
my prices before you sell. O. V.
Cagle, Greens Creek, N. C.
WANTED TO BUY? Red or white
hickory standing timber or cut and
delivered to railroad. If you have
landing timber for sale, write us
feow much and where located. Contact
agent for Piedmont Wagon Co. Route
2* Canton, N. C.
Jan 10 17
LOST ? On Halloween night a pair of
pink rimmed glasses in a blue Case.
Finder please return to Herald office.
Specer Surgical and Dress Supports
individually designed. Registered
?orsetiere. Mrs. J. Mi las Ward.
Jan 10 117
FOR SALE? Good Work Mule. W. C.
Jan 10 17
WANTED ? Man with ambition to
take established Watkins route.
See B. E. Blanton, Dillsboro, N. C.
Jan 10 17 24 31
WANTED ? A man and his wife with
out children to live at the Hotel and
assist with the management. See Ben
Queen at the Sylva Hotel.
Jan 17 24 31
Will the person who picked up a box
of Watkins Products Thursday
afternoon between Sylva and Dills
boro please get in touch with B. E.
Blanton, Dillsboro, N. C.
Jan 17 24
MY TAXI FARE from Sylva to Frank
lin, Waynesville, Brys<*n or Glen
\ilie is $5.00". Jack Hall.
Jan 17-Feb 7*
BARKERS GREEK NEWS
Miss Hazel Brooks spent Friday
night with Miss Arbutus Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Jones and small
daughter spent, Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Davis.
Pfc. Wroe Brown, who is a patient
in an army hospital in Virginia, has
just returned after spending his fur
lough with his father, Hershel Brown,
and homefolk. He was wounded in
combat duty in France in July.
Word has just been received by Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. A. Sutton that their
son, T.. B. Sutton, is now back in the
States taking treatment for wounds
received while overseas.
Howard - Nations, who has spent
several months overseas with the
armed forces, is spending his furlough
with his father, T. N. Nations. He
has seen action in North Africa and
Mr. and Mrs. John Sherrill announce
the birth of a daughter, Mildred
Mrs. Myrtle Carney and daughter,
Mary, visitel Mrs. Nellie Carnes
Wednesday at her home near Sylva.
Mrs. Janet Jones visited her grand
Report of Condition of
THE JACKSON COUNTY
?F SYLVA IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC. 30, 1944
Loans and discounts (Including $27.68 overdrafts)
United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
Corporate stocks (including $.... stock of Federal Reserve bank)
-Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances,
and cash items in process of collection
Bank premises owned $10,240.00, furniture and fixtures
$2,652.00 . . . . . . ? .
.Bank premises owned are subject to $ (none) liens not
assumed by bank)
Real estate owned other than bank premises
Other assets ........
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, 6nd corporations
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings)
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc)
TOTAL DEPOSITS . . . $3,436,996.18
Other liabilities * \ .
TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obliga
tions shown below) . . , ...
?apital* . . ? ? . .
Undivided profits .......
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital)
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
*This bank's capital consists of $.... of capital notes and deben
tures; first preferred stock with total par value of total
retirable value $....; second preferred stock with total par
value $...., Hotal retirable value $....; and common stock with
total par value of $50,000.00.
Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value): '
U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged
to secure deposits and other liabilities
Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities
(including notes and bills rediscounted and securities sold
under repurchase agreement) ....
Secured and preferred liabilities: # ,
Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to require
ments of law .......
Deposits preferred under provisions of law but not secured
by pledge of assets ......
On date of report the required legal reserve against deposits
of this bank was ......
Assets reported above which were eligible as legal reserve
amounted to . ...... 1,278,540.91 1
I, W. J. FISHER, Cashier, of the aboye-named benk, do solemnly swear.]
that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents
the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the
test my knowledge and belief. ?
Correct ? Attest: W. J. FISHSER, Cashier
E. L. McKEE, R. L. ARIAIL, E. P. STILLWELL, Directors.
Jttate of North Carolina, County of Jackson, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of January, 1946, and
I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
My commission expires February 18, 1946. ANN! ENLOR, Notary Public
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parents, Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Gunter, who are ill.
? Mrs. Kelly Bradley, Mrs. Frank
Sutton and Mrs. Ray Patterson visit
led Mrs. Joe Messer this week.
Reba Jones and small son, Albert,
were the guests o I Mr* and Mrs. Ira
Mrs. Ellen Jones is spending the
week with her son, Lyle Jones, of
Ni.tion Creek who is soon moving to
Mrs. C. B. Kinsland of Franklin Is
visiting her mother and other rela
Mrs. W. R. Atchley is ill at her home.
Mrs. Frank Gunter visited" Mrs.
P;?nille Elders on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jones and "fam
ily attended the singing convention
fit Webster Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. Janes spent Friday night
with his brother, G. L. Jones.
Misses Blanche and Jetty Seagle of
Sylva were guests at Barkens Creek
Mrs. Dillard Brooks spent Saturday
with her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Guriter.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gunter of
I Qualla were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
' Panille Elders Sunday
Mis. ? Alva Brooks visited Mrs.
Leoia Brooks on Wednesday.
Mrs. Alfred Worley and small
daughter/ Mary Sue, spent Monday
with her parents, Ml\ and Mrs.iSohn
Sgt. Donald Seagle, who is stationed
in Tulso, Okla., was visiting relatives
on Brakers Creek Saturday.
Funeral services were held for
Elenora Brooks on Wednesday of last
week. She is survived by her par
[ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Brooks,
' ond^-sister, Willa Mae, two brothers,
Bill and Bob. Burial was in the Bar
kers Creek cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooks moved to
Wilmot last week.
Mr. Will Nations suffered a leg in
jury at Big Laurel last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jode Elders ol Geor
gia are visiting here.
Lloyd Davis is spending a twenty -
day furlough with his parents and
Miss Mildred Nations spent last
Tuesday night with Mrs. Roy Nations
Mr. Dewey Nations, James ^Tones,
J. C. Jones and Raymond Jones went
to work at Dix Creek Monday.
George Teague has recently return
ed to his work in Kentucky.
School in the Baptist church is do
ing nicely. 1 The school house at
Tuckaseegee recently burned.
Mrs. Alvin Watson spent Christ
mas in Mississippi! with her husband
who is in the service. She was ac
companied by her daughter, Dorothy.
Friends of Mrs. Gene Lanning will
be i?lad to know that she is improving
after an operation in the Angel Hos
pital in Franklin.
EAST LAPORTE NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tritt of East La
Porte celebrated their 58th wedding
anniversary Jan. 2. Mr. Tritt is 80
years old and Mrs. Tritt will soon be
Miss Marcella Tritt is going to Oak
Ridge, Tenn., soon to work.
CANEY FORK NEWS
Mrs. Callie Brown ? has ^received
word that her son, Sgt. Frank L.
Brown, has landed safely somewhere
in the Mariana Islands. Sgt. Brown
entered the service Sept., 194$. His
group is made up of B-29s super
fortresses. Prior to entering the ser
vice he was employed in the state of
Washington. His brother, Sgt. George
W. Brown, is serving in France.
Mrs. G. W. Nicholson, Mrs. P. L.
Brown, Miss Lucille Phillips and Mr.
Glenn Phillips entertained with a
birthday dinner last Sunday, Jan. 7,
Charlie Conner, Mr. P. D. Phillips,
were: Mr. and Mrs. Hute Moffit and
daughtef, Mr. Walter Hooper, Rev.
Charlie Conner, Mr. P. D. Phillips
son and daughter, Miss Edith Hooper,
Miss Virginia Brown, Miss Millie and
Artie Phillips. Lyman and Bernice
Nicholson and Pansy Davis. Mrs. G.
W. iNcholson was 85 years old:
Cpl. and Mrs. Eugene Nicholson are
spending a few days with Cpl. Nichol
son's mother, Mrs. G. T. Nicholson.
Miss Betty Lee Woods spent Sat
urday night with Miss Elizabeth
Pvt. L. B. Ensley has recently visited
his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Luther
Ensley. Pvt. Ensley is stationed at
S 1-c and Mrs. James Ward of
Whittier announce the birth of a
daughter on Jan. 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole of Web
ster announce the birth of a daughter
on Jan. 11.
Pvt. and Mrs. Will A. Ridley of
Sylva announce the birth of a daugh
ter on Jan. 8.
Mr. R. G. Snyder of Willets is in the
hospital for treatment.
Mrs. Cora Green of Bryson City,
Rt 1, is in the hospital for treatment.
Mrs. Annie Buchanan of Gay, who
has been in the hospital for . treat
ment, is doing nicely.
Mr. Sam DeiU, who was injured in
an auto accident, is improving.
Mr. Frank Jones, accident case, is
Mr/Lindsay Spruille of Creswell is
Mr. J. Lee Shook, Sylva, Route 1,
is in for treatment.
Jake Battle, who has been in the
U. S. Army several months has re
turned to New York after a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Battle,
and other relatives. f
Howard Nations, who has been
overseas 30 months, is visiting his sis*
ter, Mrs. Dallas Howell.
Mrs. C. P. Shelton visited Mrs. F. I*
Watson at Glenville recently.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hyatt and Mrs.
Young of Cherokee were guests of
Rev. J. L. Hyatt Saturday.
Mrs. C. O. Newell was the dinner
guest of Mr. Emerson Cathey's Sun
Mrs. D. C. Hughes and Mrs. J. E.
Battle visited relatives in Canton last
Mr. Frank Owen and family visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gibson last
Mrs. W. H. Hoyle called on Mrs. J.
H. Hughes recently.
j Mr. G. A. Kinsland, who has been
sick, is improving.
Mrs. Miller Hall and son were din
ner guests of Mrs. Lucy Shelton re
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson of
Cherokee called on Mrs. A. C. Hoyles
FRANCE JOINS UNITED NATIONS
AT COLORFUL CEREMONIKS in Washington, D. C., Henri Bonnet, the new
French Ambassador, signs the United Nations' Joint declaration, as See
retary of State Edward R. Stettinius looks on. Thus France formally
became the 36th country to join the United Nations. .( International )
Draft Changes Won't Affect
Under Selective Service regu-'
lotions, pulpwood workers are
classed as essential. If you are
deferred'for pulpwood work,
your deferment is still good so
long as you stick to your war
job of cutting pulpwoiod. If you
change to a non-essential job,
you can be immediately re-claa>
sified as 1-A. .
Remember, pulpwood Is a
vital war material. The present
. pulpwood shortage may deprive
our fighting men of the supplies '
they need Over two-thirds of
? America's pulpwood now goes
directly into the war efforts '
MORE MEN ARE NEEDED TO CUT PULPWOOD FOR WAR
THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE SPONSORED BY
The Mead Corp.
SYLVA DIVISION ?
SYLVA NORTH CAROLINA
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