THE FRANKLIN PR£»S AND TH£ HIGHIAN]
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Irs. P. F. Callahan left Sunday
a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
d Cabe, at Acoo'keek, Md.
liss Pearl Womack has returned
her home after spending two
;ks with relatives in Clarkes-
V. S. Davis, prominent merchant
Highlands, was amo’ng the busi-
s'visitors here Monday.
Irs. W. F. Peacock, of East-
n, Ga., is spending several days
e with her daughter, Mrs. W.
Irs. Beulah Jackson, of Atlanta,
, is spending several days here.,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Irs. C. L. Smith, of near Hayes-
e," is visiting her mother, Mrs.
ttie Moore, and her sister,Mrs.
ink H. Nolen, on Cartoogechaye.
s. Moore, of Hayesville, who is
years old, is spending the winter
h her two daughters, Mrs. Nolen
Cartoogechaye and Mrs. A. B.
Ir. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Higdon
ived Monday .night from Klam-
Falls, Ore.., for a visit with
. Higdon’s parents, Mr. and
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Mrs. J. L. Higdon, at their home
Barnard Poliakoff, who has been
spending the holidays here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Poliakoff, has returned to the Uni
versity o'f South Carolina, where
he is a student.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tysinger, Jr.,
and young son, Bobby, returned to
their home Sunday, after spending
a week in Lexingto.n visiting Mr.
Tysinger’s parents., Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Tysinger, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Conley
and three children, of Bakers-
ville, are spending several days
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Go'nley, at their home on
Franklin Route 1. and Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Garner, at their home
on Franklin Route 2.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Robert Davis
and two children spent Sunday in
Murphy visiting Mr. Davis’ sister,
Mrs. Ray Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holcomb,
of Asheville, were here Sunday
Miss Lily Rankin and brother.,
Ernest, left last week for West
Palm Beach, Fla., where they will
spend the remainder o'f the winter.
John Cunningham, who has been
seriously ill with pneumonia, .at his
home on Franklin Route 3, was
reported to be slightly improved
Hugh Johnston returnen to
Christ School, at Arden, Monday,
after spending three weeks with
his mother, Mrs. T. J. Pohnston, at
her home on Harrison Avenue.
A. B. Slagle, Harley R. Cabe,
George B. Patton and Frank Ray
attended the funeral of Doyle D.
Alley in Waynesville Monday after
Mrs. G. L. Houk and Miss Mary
Willis spent the latter part of the
past week in Asheville, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Willis Fox
and Mrs Rebecca Patton.
Dan Wilkie, who is in the army,
stationed at Fort Bragg, has been
here for a visit with his mother,
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie. He left Friday
for a short visit with his sister
George W. Steppe, of Aquone,
was among the business visitors
Mrs. J. A. Hines left Sunday for
Keenansville, N. C. to visit rel
Mrs. CharTey Haney left for her
home in Asheville Friday, aflei
spending several weeks here, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sisk
at their home on lotla Street.
G. T. Stiles left today for Haines
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Gity, Fla., where he will visit hisj
son, Nimrod Stiles.
Mrs. John Mumpower returnecl
to her home in Morristown Tennij
on Thursday of the past week, aftej
spending a month here visiting hej
brother, Charlie West.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pressl’"
and children, of Canton, and M J
C. H. Scruggs and children,
Waynesville, were visiting
Pressley’s and Mrs. Scruggs’ fatb
T. C. Bryson, at West’s Mill, 1.^
Mrs. Charlie Jaoobs was reporf'
this week to be ill at her home
Bionny Crest, suffering from hi
Mrs. Helen Hogsed, of Cornei‘1
Ga., was here recently visiting M j
Mr. and Mrs. Jim P.almer wel
to Andrews Monday to attend )f
funeral of their brother-in-1; [
Garland Barker, which was hj
Mrs. Hayne Arthur, of Cartoo
echaye, was the week-end gu|
of Mrs. Harry Higgins.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Reid Gal
formerly of Franklin, now liyil
at Accokeek, Md., a daughter, A1j|
Ruth, on Jam. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Rogtl
announce the birth of a sou, Trci
on January 3 at their home '|
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John
Edwards, a son, John Benjam’^
on Monday, Jan. 6, at their hior'1
in Horse Cove.
A daughter, was born to ^
and Mrs. Henry Christy, on J.an'i
ary 15, at their home on Cartao'g
chaye. Both Mrs. Christy and ba
are doing nicely.
At Franklin, I
At the Close!
Cash in \J
Deposits ot individuals, p'artners;hips or corporatiiotis
payable on demand ot within 30 days 179,405.96
13. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships or corpora
tions payable after 30 days or subject to more than
30 days’ notice 28,329.58
14. Public funds of State, counties, school districts, mu
nicipalities or other political subdivisions 60,407.21
16. Deposits of other banks, cas'h letters of credit, certified,'
officers’ and travelers’ checks outstanding 2,099.61
Summary of Items 12 to 16, inclusive:
(a) Secured by pledge of loans and/or in
vestments $ 15,000.00
(b) Not secured by pledge of loans and/oT
(c) Total Deposits $270,242.36
25. Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid 335.65
27. Other liabilities .., ^ 1,483.97
28. Capital account:
(b) First preferred stock sold to R. F. C. 200
shares,, par $100 per share, retirable at
$100 per share $45,000.00
(e) Common stock, 250 shares, par $100 per
(f) Surplus .’12,500.00
(g) Undivided profits—net 1,607.30
(i) Reserve for undeclared dividends on preferr
ed stock, and for accrued interest on cap
ital notes and debentures 350.00
(k) Retirement fund for preferred stock or
capital notes and debentures 1,000.00
Total, including capital account
H. W. CABE, Cashier
M. D. BILLINGS, Director
GROVER JAMISON, Director
M. L. DOWDLE, Director.
State of Niorth Catalina,
County lof Macion
H. W. Cabe, Cashier, M. D. Billings, Director, Grover Jamison,
Director, and M. L. Dowdle, Director, of the Bank of Franklin., each
personally appeared before me this day, and, being duly sworn, each
for himself, says that the foregoing report is true to the best of his
kno'wlege and belief.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 14th day of Jan., 1936.
LQIS JONES, Notary Public.
My commission expires July 2, 1937