THE FRANKLIN PftES J ANB THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 MM
BACK ON JOB
Road Men Put To Work
8-Day Layoff '
WPA workers on farm to mar
ket road projects were all put back
to work Monday . morning mfter
having beeri laid off since No
These projects employ more than
500 men, and it is. hoped that the
work will continue through the
winter. ' ( '
There are approximately 3,50 men
still out of work, but the forest
service has .several projects which
will furnish employment for most
of them and which (are expected to
be ready within the next few days.
This work, when started, will prob
ably continue for several months.
Doris Cabe Dies
At Home Near Otto
Doris Pauiine Gabe, six-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Cabe.Mied at the home of her par
ents near Otto Friday at 6 p. m.,
following a two-day illness! Death
was due to acute nephritis and
Funeral services were held at
Asbury Methodist church Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted
by the Rev. J. ,C. Swaim, pastor of
the ' church.' Interment was in' the
Pallbearers were : Harley R. Cabe
Charlie Rogers, ' Hal Cabe, Ted
Blaine, Neville Cabe and Carl
Ramey. Flower girls, were school
mates, Betty Lou Norton, Mary
Keener, Dorothy Cowart, Roberta
Vinson, Lotis Bradley and Addie
Seagle. ' .
Surviving are her parents, three
brothers, Max, Charles and Bobbie,
and one sister, Jeanette.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rickman Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Rickman and Miss
Minerva Rickman, of Tocoa, Ga.,
great uncles and aunts of Doris,
were among those who attended
Matinee' 3:30 P. M.
Night Show 7:00 and 9:00
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9
BIG TOWN GIRLS
"MEET THE GIRLS"
Withj JUNE LANE, LYNN BARI,
ROBERT ALLEN, RUTH
There's always excitement when
they're around 1
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10
HOP ALONG CASSIDY
In Another Outdoor Thrilling Drama
"CASSIDY OF BAR 20"
AIki: "DICK TRACY" No. 13
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12
"GARDEN OF THE.
PAT O'BRIEN, MARGARET
LINDSAY, JOHN PAYNE,
A Swing-Lined .Laugh Hit !
LADIES GET YOUR FREE DISH
MATINEE OR NIGHT SHOW
TUES.,WED, DEC. 13-14 .
With: JAMES CAGNEY, PAT
O'BRIEN, THE "DEAD END"
KIDS, HUMPHREY BOGART
Two dirty-faced kids running for
freedoma split second, a single
stride . . . and one of them was
made into a killerl May the mem
ory of his story ,save a million
others from his fate I
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15
"SAY IT IN FRENCH"
With! RAY M1LLAND, OLYMPE
BRADNA, MARY CARLISLE
AND A SPLENDID CAST
Don't miss, this snappy romance
' .If you waot our weekly program
mailed ' to ypu, please leave name
at: Box Office;' ' - i
Former Macon County
Man, Dies In Canton
Funeral services for Thomas B.
Shepherd, 85, were held Wednes
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
Franklin Biaptist church. The Rev.
J. A. . Flanagan, pastor of the
Franklin . Presbyterian church, and
the Revv C. F. Rogers pastor of
the Baptist church, were in charge
of the services. Interment was in
the Franklin cemetery.
Mr. Shepherd died at . his home
in Oariton Tuesday afternoon about
2:30 ''clock following an illness; of'
several; months. Death was due to
Bright's disease and complications.
Mr. Shepherd, a well known deal
er in real estate, was widely known
throughout Western North Caro
lina. He "was born and reared in
Macon county, and was the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. William
Shepherd. On November 1, 1885,
he was married to Miss Rebecca
Ann Bradley, of this county. .
The pallbearers were : . C. Tom
Bryson, Lester S. Conley, Wiley
Sellers, J. Frank Ray, Ben McCol
lum and Charlie Higdon. .
Surviving are his widow, and two
daughters, Mrs. T. B. Higdon, of
Higdonville, and Mrs. Jake Smath
ers, of Canton; two sons, J. Fur
man Shepherd, of Asheville, and
Charlie Shepherd, of Mountain
Home,' Tenn., 11 grandchildren and
four great-greatgrandchildren, and
one sister, Mrs. Kittie Shields, of
Baptist Church Items
At the 11 o'clock worship the
pastor, Rev. C. , F. Rogers, will
preach a special sermon to men
and the "Brotherhood" will attend
and sit in a body and the .service
will be devoted to them. Of course
their friends will be welcome to
B. T..U. will meet at 6:30 p. m.
and at the same hour, the regular
meeting of the Brotherhood.
At 7 :30 p. m. the pastor will con
tinue his series of messages on the
Bible, the th'eme -being, "God Hard
ening Pharoah's Heart." The Plag
ues of Egypt in the light of arch
aeology will be used to illustrate
the Bible record.
-Next week will be observed as
B. Y. U. week in our church work.
At the regular meeting of Juna
luska Lodge No. 145, A. F. &
A. M., held on Tuesday night, De
cember 6, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year :
Harley R. Cabe, worshipful master;
Henry W. Cabe, senior warden;
T. T. Love, junior warden; M. D.
Billings, treasurer, and R. R. Swan
On January 3, at a; regular meet
ing, the installation of these new
officers will be conducted by Past
Master C. G. Moore and Installing
Marshall, J. L. Hauser.
Lighting Contest To
Start December 17
The residential decorative lighting
contest, si)onsored by the NantaJ
toala Power & Light company, will
begin on December 17. and end on
The first prize will be $15.00 in
cash and the second prize $10.00.
Each applicant must go to the
office of the Company prior to De
cember 17 and register his or her
name to be eligible to enter the
contest. Upon registration, the en
trant will be furnished a copy of
the rules of the contest.
Employees of the Company and
their families, and relatives, will not
be eligible to participate ' in the
Prizes, will be awarded for the
first and second best decorative
lighting displays at the residences
of the contestants, said displays" to
be made wholly outside the house,
or in such manner as can be judged
by a person passing on the street.
Judging will be made on original
ity, artistic arrangement and beauty
of display. There will be three
judges who are in no way connect
ed with the Company, and their de
cision will be final. '
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends for their kindness shown
during the .sickness and death of
our dear little girl, Doris. Thank
ing you again.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cabe
Owner Of Summer Hill
Dies Suddenly At
John Sewell, 71, who has, been, a
summer visitor in Franklin for sev
eral years, and who owned the
large residence on Summer Hill,
died of a heart 'attack at his home
in Miami, t la., last Thursday.
Mr. Sewell was- well known to
most of the citizens of Franklin
and had a host of friends in trie
Mr. Sewell was. sent to Miami by
Henry M. Flagler 42 years ago to
clear ground and start construction
of the Royal Palm hotel, another
in the chain of resort structures
erected by Flagler nd linked with
the north by his expanding railroad.
Miami at the time of Mr. Sewell's
arrival was a tiny fishing village
and Indian trading post with a pop
ulation of two families. His con
struction crew cleared away ine
mangrove and palm thickets on a
tract of land between the . Miami
river and Biscayne bay and the big,
wooden, yellow hotel went up,
Great Picture Coming
To Macon Theatre
The Macon Theatre will present
next Tuesday and Wednesday, De
cember 13 and 14, "Angels With
Dirty Faces," which is said to be
one of the greatest feature pic
tures filmed in recent times;
It tells the story of two boys'
ordinary dirty-faced, kids who
took opposite roads, one to the
shadowy underworld, the other to
the priesthood. 'This . picture is
packed with human interest, and
is expected to draw, a large crowd.
Meets Monday Night
A dinner meeting of the bar
association of the 20th ' judicial dis
trict was held at Kelly's Tea Room
in Franklin Monday night which
was attended by many lawyers
from over the district. ','
The following attorneys were
present at the meeting: Sam' M.
Robinson and Edwin Hayes, of
Canton ; E. P. Stillwell, W. R. Sher
rill, Hugh Monteith, David Still
well and Dan K. Moore, of SyJva;
W. M. Med ford, James Queen and
John M. Queen, of Waynesville ;'
J. N. Moody and Mrs. Moody, of
Murphy ; G. A. and R. S. Jones,
J. Frank Ray, Geo. B. Patton, and
Guy L. ' Ho.uk, of Franklin, and
Dover Fouts, of Burnsvijle. .
Scout Officers Attend
B. W. Woodruff, the Rev. J. A.
Flanagan, Jess Conley and J. L.
Hauser attended the meeting of the
Smoky 1 Mountain District Boy
Scout officers in Sylva last Friday.
FOR SALE One male Pekinese
pup, five months old. Registered.
Phone 150, Franklin, N. C.
LOST Small black change purse
between Dixie Store and Mrs.
Logan Allen's containing $4.90.
Finder please return to Press office,
FOR SALE Yoke of red steers,
coming three years old. Weigh 700
each. Broke fairly well. Priced at
$75. See or write Lester Green,
Rabun Gap, Ga.
I have a good assortment of lxth
pocket and wrist watches taken in
trade, and reconditioned, at very
reasonable prices. Grover Jamison.
Christmas Candy at wholesale
prices, direct from, candy manufac
turer. Five-pound box $1.00; 10-lb.
box, $1.85, sent prepaid for money
order or check, or C. O. D.
Southern Candy Co., Dunn, N. C.
WANTED 500 qustomersv to buy
their small grocery items, candies,
nuts, fruits and Christmas cards
from us. Say, you should see our
line of Christmas cards when yo,u
do you will surely want to buy
them by the box.
C. T. BLAINE.
Dfm Board Set Up
For Christmas Fund
yA. R. Higdon, adjutant of Ma
con 'county post of the American
Legion, has prepared a dime board
for the purpose of receiving con
tributions to help pay the expense
of : the annual Christmas tree for
needy children of the county.
- The board has been- set up on
the square to the left of the
Asher building and . is, in,: charge
of the' Boy vScputs!. AJ similar:, board
last year' brisught hi a heat- sum.
Drop a; dime on the. board and
help tCfitnake the children' happy.
. This; Christmas tree, which is
sponsored by the Legion and other
organizations each year, is always
looked forward to , by hundreds of
children uv the county ' who other-
wise would be among those whom
Santa : Claus forgot.
Th' Cowee basketball team de
feated, Holly Springs Saturday, De
cemher3, by a score of 29 to 18.
t CERTIFICATE OF ,
State iof North Carolina . :
Dpartannt of State
To AIL to Whom These" Presents
May Come Greeting:
, Whereas, It appears omy satis
faction, by duly authenticated rec
ord of the proceedings for the vol
untary dissolution thereof by the
unanimous consent of all the stock
holders, deposited in my office, that
the Franklin Hardware Company,
a corporation of this State, whose
principal office is .situated in the
Town of Franklin, County of Ma
con, State of North Carolina (A.
R. Higdon, being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon whom
process may be served), has corn-
Fruit Cake Material
Citron., Hp. 29c
(Glace IPmeapple, lb. 37c
(Glace Cherried lb. 37c
range or ILeiiion
IPeeL, lb. 2c
Seeded or Seedier
Mawint;.l5-oz. pkg. 2 i or 15c
JBr own Sugar 9 lh. 5 c
5-lb. Fruit Cake x $18
DBeefL Masit, lltoo IS
Veanll StosaEylllbo g3Be
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
plied with the requirements of
Chapter 22, Consolidated Statutes,
entitled "Corporations," preliminary
to the issuing of this Certificate of
Dissolution : i
Now, Therefore, I Thad Eure,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify
that the said corporation did, on
the 2nd day of December, 1938, file
in my office a duly executed and
attested consent in writing to the
dissolution of said corporation, ex
ecuted by 'all the stockholders
thereof, which said consent and the
record of the proceedings aforesaid
are now on file in my said office
as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereto set my hand and affixed
my official seal at Raleigh, this 2nd
day of December, A.D. 1938.
THAD EURE, .
Secretary of State.
(SEAL OF THE STATE)
Recorded in book of Incorpora
tions No. 1, page 158.
Indexed this the 6th day of De
cember, 1938. '
, HARLEY R. CABE,
Clerk Superior Court.
(SEAL OF THE CLERK)
Without Lawtives and You'll Eat
Everything from Soup to Nuts
The stomach should digest two pound! of food
dally. When you eat heavy, creasy, wane, or
rich foodi or when you are nervous, hurried or
chew poorly your atomach often pours out too
much fluid. Tour food doesn't digest and you
have gas, heartburn, nausea, pain or tour
stomach. You feel sour, sick and upset all over.
Doctor say never take laxative for stomach
Sain. It la dangerous and foolish. It takes those
tUe black tablets called Bell-ans for Indigestion
to make the excess stomach fluids harmless, relieve
distress In no time and put you back on your
feet. Relief is so quick it is amaxing and one 25a
package proves lu Ask for BeU-an for Indigestion.
1 lb. 14c
34b. bag 39c