THE FRANKLIN PRESS ami THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY, JAN. 17, If
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Afr Show i
r PorosD Watcb Supply
TNt Mtmw Of tat emmr.
To Be Held at Snow Hill
A Sunday afternoon singing con
vention will be held at Snow Hill
Methodist chuiyh Sunday after
noon, January 20, starting at 1
o'clock, according to an announce
ment received by The Press-Ma-conian
for publication. The public
is invited to attend.
John Mumpower Dies
At Home in Knoxville
C. C. West was notified in a
telegram Wednesday of the sud
den death of his brother-in-law,
John Mumpower, at his home in
Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. Mumpower
married Miss Eva West, formerly
of West's Mill.
Immediately after receiving the
message Mr. West left for Knox
ville to attend the funeral.
WANTED TO BUY Old-timy
weight clocks, calendar clocks and
other antique clocks. E. A. WAT
KINS, 202 East Second St, Wash
ington, N. C.
FOR RENT Furnace-heated six
room house in East Franklin.
MRS. E. R. KINNEBREW, BOX
1085, ATHENS, GA
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Easy Pleasant Way
To Lose Fat
How would you like to lose 15
pounds of fat in a month and at
the same time increase your energy
and improve your health?
How would you like to lose your
double chin and your too promi
nent abdomen and at the same
time make your skin so clean and
clear that it will compel admira
Get on the scales today and see
how much you weigh then get an
85 cent bottk of Kruschen Salts
which will last you four weeks
lake one halt teaspoomul in a
glass of hot water every morning
and when you have finished the
contents of this first bottle weigh
After that you'll want to walk
aronnd and say to your friends,
"A quarter pound jar of Kruschen
Salts is worth one hundred dollars
of any fat person's money."
Leading druggists America over;
sell Kruschen Salts. (Adv.)
Personally appeared before me, Geo. Dean, Town Clerk, who being duly sworn de
poses and says; that the foregoing map is a true, correct and perfect copy of the proposed
water supply and extensions of mains.
(Signed) GEO. DEAN.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this the 16th day of January, 1935.
(Signed) BARLEY R. CABE,
. Clerk Superior Court
MEETS JAN. 30
All Farmer's in This Area
Invited To Attend
The annual meeting of the
Franklin Production Credit Assort
ciation, which serves the counties
Cherokee and Graham, will be held
Wednesday, January 30, at the
courthouse in Franklin, it was an
nounced this week by E. W. Long,
secretary of the association.
Mr. Long said all of the farmer
borrowers from (the association, the
holders of Class "B" stock, were
expected to attend. He also ex
tended an invitation to attend the
meeting to all other farmers in
the territory served by the associa
tion, expressing the hope that many
"Every member of the associa
tion," said Mr. Long, "is urged to
bring one or more non-members
with him, as it is our desire that
every farmer in this section shall
acquaint himself with the credit
which our organization has to offer.
"Directors of the association for
the ensuing year will be elected at
this meeting. Every member of
the association is entitled to cast
one vote, regardless of the number
of shares he owns, and it is to his
interest to vote for men of the
highest integrity and business acu
men. "At the meeting a complete re
port of the year's operation of the
association Will be submitted. The
Production Credit Corporation of
Columbia will be represented at the
meeting by Mr. Graham, president,
who will outline the set-up qf the
Farm Credit Administration 4 of the
third district, the method of con
trol and operation of the produc
tion credit associations, and will
give an explanation of the associa
tion's operating statement from or
ganization through December 31,
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Rector
St Agile, Franklin
(Sunday, Jan. 20)
11 a. m. Morning prayer and
sermon by the rector.
7 :30 p. m. Meeting of Young
People's Service League.
(Wednesday, Jan. 23)
7:30 p. m. Bible class and choir
(Sunday, Jan. 20)
11 a. m. Church school.
3 p. m. Bible class.
4 p. m. Evening prayer and ser
mon by the rector.
Rev. C. C. Herbert, Jr., Pator
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship with
sermon by the pastor.
5 p. m. Vesper service with ser
mon by the pastor.
Rev. J. A. Flanagan, Patter
(Sunday Jan. 20)
10 a. m. Sunday school J. E.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Dr.
R. D. Bedinger, superintendent of
home missions, Asheville Presby
tery, will speak on "Foreign Mis
sions." Dr. Bedinger for 18 years
was a missionary in Africa.
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor pray
This is the week of prayer and
self denial for foreign missions.
(Sunday, Jen. 20)
10 a. m. Union Sunday school.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Supt.
3 p. m. Preaching service. Rev.
Dr. R. D. Bedinger will preach.
There are 217 Federal Indian res
ervations in the United States.
Former Macon Man
Diet in Hendersonville
J. S. Elmore, 82, formerly of
Macon county, died of blood pois
oning at his home in Henderson
ville Sunday, January 6. Mr. El
more is survived by his widow and
a brother, W. T. Elmore, of Ya
Funeral services were conducted
at the Shepard funeral parlors in
Hendersonville, by the Rev. Mr.
Jones, Baptist minister. Among
those at the funeral from out-of-town
were Miss Mary Helene El
more, of Macon county; W. E. El
more, of Bryson City; Mrs. C. L.
Durham, Boston, Mass., and Miss
Mary Helen Elmore, of Americus,
Mr. Elmore married Miss Laura
Sherrill, of Bryson Gty. Imme
diately after they were married
hey went to Mount Vernon, Wash.,
where they lived for about 30
years, Mr. Elmore engaging in the
real estate business. They returned
to western North Carolina in 1920
and made their home in Henderson-
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brated their golden wedding anni
versary last Christmas day.
Box Supper To Be Held
At Holly Springs School
There will be a box supper and
cake walk at the Holly Springs
school Saturday night, January 26.
The proceeds will be for the bene
fit of the Holly Springs church.
It is estimated that there are
13,000,000 fishermen and hunters in
the United States.
Helping millions -to
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ACHMTdUE TO EXCESS ACHX
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS
w AKt STILL MENDING
It's the warmth and
That we put in every pair
r.very time we mend a shoe
We would now appeal to you.
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"We Buy and Sell"
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