North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, MM
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AN
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PAGE SEVEN
Highlands Highlights
EDITED BY MRS. T. C. HARBISON
ORGANIZATION OF SATULAH
CLUB COMPLETED
Merger of the Highlands Im
provement association and the
Highlands Community club was
completed Tuesday afternoon at a
tea held at the Martin house at
tended by members of both organ
izations. After some discussion it
was decided to name the new or
ganization the Satulah club, for the
club owns the top of Satulah moun
tain. This property formerly be
longed for several years to the
it' i i j- i .v'ii
HOPPER-BATY
The marriage of Miss Marie
Hopper to Mr. Ronald H. Baty
took place in Clayton, Ga., Satur
day afternoon, September 22.
Mrs. Baty is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hopper of Clay
ton. She spent the past summer
in Highlands. Mr. Baty, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baty, was
graduated from the Highlands high
CORBIN FAMILY
HOLDS REUNION
More than 400 at Family
Gathering at Home of
Dewey Corbin
More than 400 relatives and in
vited guests attended the Corbin
reunion at the home of Dewey
Corbin on Rabbit Creek Sunday.
This reunion is held annually in
memory of the late John Corbin,
school a few years ago and since lwrhwas a.mongf lLhe first set!lers
then has been employed here. He wu'.ll
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of the power of sale
vested in the undersigned trustee
by deed of trust bearing date of
the 8th of April, 1920, and register-
LEGAL ADVERTISING
now holds a position at Marett's
Highlands Improvement association. ', store.
Officers for the Satulah club The young couple expect to make
were elected as follows : their home in Highlands.
Mrs. J. A riines, president; Mrs.j
R W Alstaetter, first vice presi-)GIVES SH0WER
dent; Mrs. Carl Zoellner second Mrs LaWrence Hicks entertain
vice president ; Mrs M. Martin, re-;ed Saturd afternoon with mis.
cording secretary; Miss Bermce. fe,,n.pn11s eIinw pr hnnnr-na vrrB
Durgin, corresponding secretary; Harrv Ratv . '
Mrs. F. H. Potts, treasurer. hpr nf f- . an , r(,1ativ'
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the affair. Mrs. Baty formerly was
Miss Lillian Webb.
LAKE DRAINED
Mirror Lake was drained the
first part oy this week. It, is un
derstood the drainage was for the
purpose of raising the dam. It is
hoped also that the drainage will
serve to check the growth of water
lillies, which in some sections of
the lake have grown so thick as to
make it almost impassable for row
boats.
MAKING FISH SURVEY
Two government officials were in
this vicinity this week making a
survey of the streams to determine
their capacity for restocking with
fish.
BUYS HOME
Mrs. Henry Evans, of Mobile,
Ala., recently purchased Mrs. Mary
Young's place near Kalalanta and
is now having the house remodeled.
he lived for more than sixty years
A number of relatives and friends
from different sections of this state
and from South Carolina and Geor
gia were present.
There was an interesting program
which consisted of music and talk
from different members of the fam-
ay.
A bounteous picnic dinner was
served on a long table under the
shade of the apple trees.
Jim Raby, president of the family
organization, presided at the re
union. The principal speaker on
the program was the Rev. A. S.
Solesbee. Short talks also were
made by Mr. Solesbee, J. M. Cor-
deed from R. H. Jarrett and N. C.
Jarrett, his wife, to H. H. Jarrett,
dated July 16th, 1906, and recorded
in the office of Register of Deeds
of Macon County in Book W
Page 521 and of which the said H.
ed in the office of the Register of H. Jarrett died seized and possess
Deeds for Macon County, in Book,ed- and said lot being the one on
i, fAr i r i c which Hotel Jarrett and the City
24 of Mortgages and Deeds of r, . . . r .,
66 Garage Buildings stand and fullv
Trust, on page 594, said deed of described in Deeds from the Heirs
trust being given to secure the; at Law of the said H. H. Jarrett
payment of four notes of even date to said W. L. McCoy. This the
thereof, each in the principal sun. J gj f pmrni93i t
r ..-.. . . HENRY G. ROBERTSON, Trustee.
of $4100, and default having been g7 4tc Mc 018
made in the payment of one of the:
aforesaid notes, now held by thej
O. F. Summer, Clyde Hentz, and
Dr. E. R. Gilbert were in Ashe
ville Saturday.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harris mov-jbin, J. K Lorbin, freeman orDin
ed into the Nellie Cleavelam' IVouse.and Dewey Corbin.
on Main street this week. j Jim Raby was reelected president
Harold Sargent, golf pro, -t the and Miss Villa Corbin secretary.
Highlands Country Club, lett for The next Corbin family reunion
his home in Atlanta Mondav. He is to be held at the same place on
was accompanied by Tudor Callo-1 the fourth Sunday in September
this
way, who expects to spend
week in Atlanta
Mrs. Belsey Taylor, of Cullowhee,
N
Victoria Fall. Mile Wide
Victoria falls are situated on the
C, is visiting here with her , zmbesi river in southern Rho-
sister, Mrs. Meta Hall.
Harry Holt was here from Frank
lin Monday.
Miss Rebecca Bridges was in
Asheville Monday. .
CAMP NEARING COMPLETION
The new CCC camp in Horse
Cove is nearing completion and is
expected to open with a full quota
of boys, about 220 in all, by next
Saturday.
WORK STARTED ON
TRI-STATE ROAD
The Tri-State road is closed in
Georgia between Highlands and
Walhalla for long hoped for con
struction work. Contract was re
cently let by the Georgia highway
authorities for regrading of that
section of the road through Geor
gia, a distance of about eight miles.
Traffic is being detoured via Dfl
lard and Clayton, Ga.
ADDITIONAL
FRANKLIN
SOCIAL ITEMS
MISS JEWELL KING
HONORED AT PARTY
Misses Beatrice and Blanche
Younce entertained recently at
their home on Franklin route 3 a
group of young people, honoring
Miss Jewell King, of Marble, N. C.
Many games were enjoyed and
refreshments were served to the
following; Miss Jewell King, hon
or guest; Misses Gladys and Nell
Duvall, Lucie Welch, Blanche
Younce, Muriel Welch, Beatrice
Younce, Jewell Smith, Carlos Rog
ers, Frank Oliver, Thurman Henry,
Robert Cunningham, Vance Fouts,
Wando Fouts, Fred Welch, Albert
Fouts and Mr. and Mrs. David Led-
desia. more than 500 miles from
the ocean on all sides except the
north. They supply the outstand
ing scenic attraction on the conti
nent and are more than one mile
wide. The waters, which are at
their liveliest during April, fall over
a precipice 400 feet high into a
cleft in the earth surging into a
chasm of unknown depth, and nar
rowing into a seemingly endless
zigzag canyon cut through the sol
id rock.
Bank of Franklin, as assignee, and!
also on two of said notes, now
held by Ada McCoy, as assignee,
and which notes are secured by
the aforesaid deed of trust, and the
holders of the said notes, having
demanded that the undersigned ex
ercise the power of sale in said
deed of trust above set fourth:
I will, therefore, on MONDAY,
the 22nd day of OCTOBER, 1934,
at twelve o'clock noon, at the Court
House Door in Franklin, North
Carolina, sell to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described
property :
All that tract, piece or lot of
land, situated, lying and being on
the South Side of Main Street in
the Town of Franklin, in Macon
County, North Carolina, and known
as the HOTEL JARRETT LOT,
and bounded on the North by
Main Street and the lot of W. H.
HiggrHs (now deceased) and on the
East by the lots of W. H. Higgins
and Joseph Ashear, and on the
South by Palmer Street, and on
the West by Porter and Higdon
and Porter, Higdon & Horn Lot,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as administrator
of Felix Mason, 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 21st day of Aug.,
1935 or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement. This
21st day of August, 1934.
J. B. MASON, Administrator.
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FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS:
WE ARE STILL MENDING
SHOES
When your heel runs down
And your sole wears through
We are here in town
To mend your shoe.
Troy Horn.
Eyeball on Shifting Pivot
The human eyeball does not pivot
exactly on its center as has always
been supposed. lit rotates on a
shifting pivot.
The Woman's .Auxiliary of the!f .
Church of the Incarnation attended:
a celebration of the Corporate . REEVES-HALL
! 4-1 ,.Um rr rV
UDmmuniUll li lire umlu. v., P,,Pvie anH
... Qn 21.1 Allss Amv reeves ana
There was a congregational meet
ing and church supper at the home
of Mrs. W. S. Davis on Wednesday
evening.
On Thursday several members of
the Woman's Auxiliary from High
lands attended a joint meeting of
the Highlands and Franklin auxil
iaries at Franklin.
Dover
Hall were married in Clayton, Ga.,
September 11.
. Mrs. Hall is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Reeves of Burning-town.
Mr. Hall is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Furman Hall, also of Burning-
town.
The bride and groom will make
their home on Burningtown.
Mrs. Roy Potts, Peggy Potts.!
Mrs. T. T. Hall, Caroline Hall, and Life was easier for the poor in
Mrs. Belsev Taylor made a trip to the old days. They didn't have to
Anderson, S. C, last Thursday. ! pay installments on a $700 horse.
New 1935
PHILCO 118H
$85-00
Hen is i magnificent
6 -leg Highboy of
fine woods, with hand
robbed finish. Among
its many features are
Super Class "A" Audio
System. Electro-Dynamic
Speaker. Bass
Compensation, Tone
Control, Automatic
Volume Control,
Shadow Toning,
PHILCO High-Effi.
ciency Tubes, etc.
Bryant Furniture Co.
Franklin. N. C.
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP
Opposite Courthouse
"We Buy and Sell"
the same being all that portion of j Box 212 Troy F. Horn
the Jarrett lands, described in a MNMHBHHHBBHHMHV
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a certain
deed of trust executed by W. L.
McCov to the undersigned trustee,
dated the 8th day of June, 1921,
and duly registered in Book 26, at
oace 164 of the records of Deeds
of Trust for Macon County, North
Carolina, and default having been
made in the payment of the said
indebtedness, secured by said deed
of trust, and the owner and holder
of the notes, having made demand
upon the undersigned trustee, that
he exercise the power contained in
the said deed of trust and sell the:
property therein described in satis- ;
faction of the said debt;
I will, therefore, on MONDAY,
the 22nd day of October, 1934, at
12:30 P. M. at the court house
door in the town of Franklin, Ma
con County, North Carolina, expose
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described piece,
parcel or tract of land :
The lot of land lying on the
South side of Main street in the
town of Franklin, N. C, and bound
ed on the North by the said Main
Street, and on the West and South
by the lands of W. L. Higdon and
J. A. Porter, and on the East by
a lot belonging to W. L. McCoy,
and known as the Potts lot, or the
Porter and Higdon lot, and, which
tract so offered for sale is known
as the Effie Love Powers store
house lot. This the 21st day of
September, 1934.
HENRY G. ROBERTSON, Trustee.
S27-4tc Mc 018
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as executor of
E. Hurst, 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 be
fore the 27th day of August, 1935,
or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement. This
27th day of Aug., 1934.
EARL HURST, Executor.
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Installed on
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installment payments.
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Plumber
    

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