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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, SEPT., 30, 1937
Officers Elected By
Johnston Bible Class
The K S. Johnston Bible class of
the 'Franklin Methodist church met
in. the basement ' of the church
Thursday atternoon, September 1.0,
for their regular monthly business
meeting and to elect officers for
the ensuing year. "
Those elected are: Mrs. P. F.
Callahan, teacher; Mrs. George A.
Jones, assistant teacher; Mrs. Lest
er S, Conley, president; Mrs. W.
T. Moore, vice-president; Mrs. L.
H. Page, secretary-treasurer; Mrs.
Jess S. Conley, assistant secretary
C. B. Bry son Builds
Model Apple House
C. H. Bryson, who lives at Cul
lasaja, has erected a model apple
and meat house on his place which
is going to prove very valuable this
The house is built of rock from
a nearby br,inch, and the walls arc'
12x18x10. The walls are cement and
the house is well ventilated. It
contains two rooms, one for apples
and one for meat, with separate
entrances. The house was erected
at an approximate cost of $174. .
NEWER BEFORE A
Sec and hear thU en
tirely new kind of radio t
Snld only with Phtteo Hlgh-EfficUney
4rlai to Inturt greateit foreign reception.
' Ifranklin. n. c.
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Wood's Heavy, Plump, Triple-Cleaned Fulgraln Oats
N. C. Master Farmers Keep Ahead by Sowing
WOOD'S TREATED SEEDS
Itecleaned Over Most Complete Machinery
9912 Pure. 90 Germination
For 60 Years We Have Introduced
Improved, Higher Yielding Varieties, including:
Va. Northern Neck Disease Resistant Red Clover
LEAP'S PROLIFIC WHEAT
WOOD'S FORWARD WHEAT
LEE COLD PROOF OATS
HYBRID CORN, Increasing Yields 15 to 25
First to Treat Seeds to Prevent Disease, Insure
Good Stands, Vigorous Growth and Increase Yields.
Demand WOOD'S TREATED SEEDS from your
local dealer or write Richmond, fa, for our monthly
WOOD'S CROP SPECIAL
Giving Latest Seed Information and Prices
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ORTII CAROLINA 4-H boys
IN are shown here in one of
many public demonstrations given
by Clubstcrs to help raise stand
ards in the state's dairy industry
which yields an annual farm in
come roundly of $17,000,000.;
Winners of state title at Raleigh
in a national cuiucst, uuja
show the proper ways to feed and ,
care for dairy herds. Elton Clark,
left, and Stanley Jones of Dur-
New subscriptions and renewals
are coming in to The Press office
very day now, and with this issue
it is planned to start printing a
.ist of them each week..
The following have been received
during the past two weeks:
Miss Josephine Dixon, Franklin;
Paul H. Gerrard, Franklin; T. T.
lovtv Franklin ; Ed Tallent, Frank:
lin; E. Y. Walker, Franklin; Roy
Mashburn, Franklin Route 1; Philip
Blumenthal, . Chapel Hill; Miss
Helen Patton, Durham; Miss Ruth
Higgins, Greensboro; E. E. Elmer,
Metairie, La.; Mrs. G. Buch
anan, Atlanta, Ga. ; Miss Cassie
Dills, Athens, Ga.; Willard R. Pen
dergrass, Raleigh; Miss Mary
Slagle, Winston-Salem. '
James L. Averell, Franklin ; E. E.
Church, Franklin; J. E. S. Thorpe,
Franklin ; B. W. Woodruff, Frank
lin; Mrs. W. A. Setser, Route 1,
Franklin; J. M. Daves, Rt. 2; Mrs.
Ruby Bradley, West's Mill; E. W.
fefrr Plllioir "ficc K'ufh Minrfrinvl
Greensboro; John Crawford, Chapel
1 " of
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4-H DAIRY TEAM
i t i
ham," Durham County, are the
team State Leader L. R. Harrill
has named torepresent' the state
in the finals at the National
Dairy Show in Columbus, Ohio,
Oct. 9-16. The boys receive all
expense trips there through the
Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corporation,
-j n oaa aa
which also provides $ 2,300.0
college scholarships for the four
sectional and national victors.
Hill; Clarence Moses, Gastonia;
Sylva Auto Trading Post, Sylva1,
William L. Parrish, Raleigh.
Dr. Furman Angel, Franklin ;
Catherine Bowdqn, Franklin; Mrs.
W. "D. Bruner,' Franklin; M, L.
Dowdle, Franklin; Dr. H. T. Hors
ley, Franklin; Miss Sallie Hurst,
Franklin; E. W. Long, Franklin;
T. J. O'Neil, Franklin; J. E. Potts,
Franklin; J. Frank Ray, Franklin;
Dr. F. T. Smith, Franklin; J. H.
Stockton, Franklin; Mrs. J. L.
West, Franklin; L. B. Phillips;
Ralph Moore, Franklin Rt. 1 ; J. C.
Robinson, Franklin, Rt. 1; A. B.
Setser, Franklin-Rt. 1; L. F. Set
ser, Franklin, Rt. 1 ; John R. Slagle,
Franklin, Rt. 1;' Bob Southards,
Franklin, Rt. 1 ; Mrs. Goldie Wal
droop, Franklin, Rt. 1 ; Mrs. George
Wallace, Franklin, Rt. 1; R. D.
Wells, Franklin Rt. 1 ; C. A. Cabe,
Franklin, Rt. 2; M. B. Norton,
Franklin, Rt. 2; S. W. Picklesimer,
Franklin, Rt. 2; Z. V. Sanders,
Franklin, Rt. 2; Cecil Baldwin,
Franklin, Rt. 3 ; W. D. Barnard,
Franklin,, Rt. 3; Fred Edwards,
Franklin, Rt. 3; A. L. Ramsey;
Franklin, Rt. 3; Roy Kinsland,
Franklin, Rt. 4; Mrs. J. W. Wil
liams, Franklin, Rt. 4; Richard C.
Holt, Highlands; W. G. Wood,
Highlands; Mrs. T. J. McGuire,
Cullasaja; Charles. Morrison, Iotla;
Marion Lecltord, rrentiss, Koy
1 Soutliards, Prentiss ; S. C. Leather
man, West's Mill; T. M. Rickm.an;
West's Mill; Mrs. Sam - Rickman,
Otto; C. B. Brown, Dillard, Ga.;
Rev. J. I. Vinson, Dillard, Ga.;
Philip S. Hoyt, Clarkesvillei Ga.;
Mrs. R. M Hudson, HiKh Point;
MisS Elizabeth Barnard, Salisbury;
Mrs. E. H. Rust, Albany, Ga.; Mrs.
W. C. Jones, Tampa, Fla. ; Mrs. C.
H. Perry, El ' Reno, Okla.; C. B.
Bolick, Arlington, Va. ; Troy Potts,
Clear Lake, Wash. ; Mrs. . Virginia
Briggs, Atlanta, Ga. ; Mrs. H. G.
Knoch, Atlanta,, Ga. ; Miss Tim
oxena Sloan, Atlanta, Ga. ; Mrs. O.
E. Snyder. Cornelia, Ga.
O. L. Blaine, Franklin ; Claude
Calloway, Franklin; E. T. Callo
way, Franklin ; J. D. Gribble, Frank
lin; W. G. Hall, Franklin; Mrs.
Ben Harrison, Franklin; Miss Sallie
Hurst, Franklin; Mrs. D. A. Jacobs,
Franklin; Jones & Jones, Franklin ;
Dick Jones, Franklin ; Mrs. E. B.
McCbllum, Franklin; Alex Moore,
Franklin; Miss Arry Pressley,
Franklin; Mrs. W. H. Sellers,
Franklin, Mrs. W. W. Sloan, Frank
lin; C. S. Tilley, Franklin; West
ern Carolina Telephone Co., Frank
lin; Mrs. J. H. Brookshire, Route
1 ; H, C. Hurst, Route 1 ; Miss
Pauline Long, Rojite 2; Frank
Fleming, Route 2; J. M. Brown,
Route 2; H. W. Rogers, Route 2;
G. T. Parrish, Route 3; C. A. Wil
liams, Route 3; Miss A. Deal, Route
4; Miss Nellie Deal, Route 4; Will
Coward, Route 4; B. W. Justice,
Route 4;. Jud Morgan, Route 4;
Wiley Sanders, Route 4.
Highlands Mrs. F. W. Allstaet
ter, L. G. Apply, Mrs. Callie Beal,
Ed Cabe, Grover D. Edwards, Frank
Hill, Mrs. J. E. Root, Mrs. J. B.
Watkins, Sam Wilson, Mrs. C. H.
Cullasaja C. B. Brysan, W. M.
Bryson, Carl Evans, J. H. Holland,
W. P. Landrum, Mrs. Pritchard
Peek, Howard Stewart, Alfred
lotl? Walter Tippctt.
Prentiss Miller. Ledford, J. C.
Sanders, ,D. B. Nelson.
Etna S. J. D'ean, T. G. Dean,
Mrs. J. A. Lakey, E. D. McCoy,
B. V. McCoy.
West's Mill W. H. Bryson, John
H. Dalton,' C. A. Gibson, Catherine
Ray, joe Rickman.
Ellijay Charles Mincy, Frank
Williams; Gneiss, W. M. Dills, J.
T. McCoy; Stiles, Rev. A. J. Smith;
Dillard, Ga., Rt. 1, U. N. Carpenter,
W. A. Norton; Rainbow Springs,
John Hutchins; Nantahala, Mrs.
R. E. Hurst, Ridgecrest ; Louis
D. Marchetti, Florence, S. C. ; John
M. Williams, Piedmont, S. C ; S.
P. Ravenel, Charleston, S. C. ; Mrs.
J. H. Shelley, Lake Helen, Fla.j L.
D. Dills, Long Island, N. Y.; John
Roy Taylor, N. Y. C. ; Verlin Brad
ley, Claremont, Calif.; Miss Eva
G. Cleveland, Bridgeport, Conn.;
Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Cashiers;
Mrs. Geo. T. .Bryson, Atlanta, Ga,;
Evelyn Harris, Atlanta, Ga. ; Mrs.
R. A. Kline, Atlanta, Ga. ; Miss
Edith Long, Rabun Gap, ' Ga. ; T.
M. Grist, Rabun Gap., Ga. ; Ernest
B. Stamey, Raleigh; Mrs. Geo.
No White Pine Blisters
Found In Macon
Since the opening of the white
pine" blister rust control project in
Macon county on August il, more
than 6,5l)U acres of pine have been
mapped and about 10, (XX) acres of
land have been examined.
White pine Mister rust is a dis
ease that requires a host plant for
its spread, 'ihe host plant is cur
rant and gooseberry buslies which
may spread blister rust spores more
than 1,(AAJ feet from the infected
oushes to healthy pines. The spread
from diseased pines to gooseberry
and currant bushes occurs in the
spring season. ,
At the time of writing no blister
rust has been found on either white
pines r gaoseberryy and currant
plants in Macon county. The only
known method of protecting our
white pines for the future is to de
stroy all currant and gooseberry
bushes within 1,000 feet of any
The splendid cooperation o land
owners in Macon county is appre
ciated in the sections already visit
ed and it is only by complete co
operation that the blister rust con
trol project can be successful. The
project is primarily a cooperative
organization designed to assist all
white pine owners in keeping pine
blister rust out of this state.
H. B. Teague, state leader ol
white pine blister rust control, an
announces that an exhibit will be
shown at the annual state fair in
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
State of North Carolina,
County of Macon. . : '
WHEREAS, power of sale was
vested in the undersigned trustee
by virtue of a deed of trust made
by C F. Moody and Maggie ,D.
Moody to the undersigned trustee,
which deed of trust is recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Macon County in look No. 35,
page 64; and whereas the under
signed trustee sold the land de
scribed in said deed of trust pur
suant to said power on the 10th
day of September, 1937, for the
sum of $2500.00, which sale was
duly reported, and the bid has since
been raised to $2800.00 and the
clerk of the Superior Court of
Macon County, N. C, has ordered
a re-sale of said property ;
NOW THEREFORE, by yrtue
of said order, I will on Wednesday
NEW AND USED PARTS
For all Makes of iCars
and Trucks! i
Sylva Auto Trading! Post
Phone 163 feylja, N. C.
the 13th day of October, 1937, at
U o clock noon, at tne courthouse
door m i ranklin, worth caiouna,
sell at public auction to, the. high
est bidder for cash the., following
described property : -
FIRST TRACT : Beginning at the
northeast corner of tne Alex Moore
lot in the Town of Franklin, North
Carolina, an the south side of Main
Street in the 1 own of Franklin,
North Carolina, being bounded on
the north by East Main Street;
on the east by the L. A. Allen lot;
tin the south by Palmer Street and
on the West by the lot formerly
owned by Alex Moore, part of
which is now owned by the United
States Government; except from
the first tract the second tract
SECOND TRACT: Beginning at
the northeast corner of 'the. Alex
Moore lot, now owned by the Unit
ed States Government runs north
east with the south side of Main
Street 43 feet ; then southward,
parallel to the West boundary line
of the Alex Moore lot (now owned
by the Town df Franklin and the
United States Government) to the
North side of Palmer Street; then
with the North side of Palmer
Street to the southeast corner of
the Alex Moore lot hereinafter re
ferred to; then northward with the
east boundary line of the Alex
Moore lot to the Beginning.
This 28th day of September, 1937.
GILMER A. JONES,
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
North Carolina, v '
In The Superior Court
Macon County '
vs. . ':"
D. O. Campbell and wife, Genevieve
Campbell, and all unknown heirs of
the said D. O. Campbell and wile,
Genevieve, and all other persons,
firms or corporations claiming any
interest in the subject matter of
The defendants, D. O. Campbell
and wife, Genevieve Campbell, and
all unknown heirs of the said D.
O. Campbell and - wife, Genevieve,
and all other persons, firms, or cor
porations claiming any interest in
the subject matter of this action
will take notice that an action en
titled as above, has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court of Ma
con County, North Caroling, for
the purpose of foreclosing a tax
lien on property in Macon County,
North Carolina, and in which the
defendants have an interest, and
are proper parties thereto.
It is further ordered by the court
that the defendants, D. O. Camp
bell and wife, Genevieve Campbell,
and all unknown heirs of the said
D. O. Campbell and ( wife, s Gene
vieve, and all other riersons firms
or corporations claiming any inter
est in the subject matter of this
action, are required to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Macon Couaty,
North Carolina, at his office in
Prnnlrlln rn tUa 1 7U -I t XT
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vember, 1937, and answer or demur
to the complaint of the plaintiff, or
the relief demanded in said com
plaint will be granted.
This the 28th day of September,
. . HARLEY R. CABE,
Clerk Superior Court.
Franklin Lodge, No. 452
Meets Second and Fourth
I 8:00 P.M.
Under American . Legion Halll
S. J. Murray, Sec'y