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THfi FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939
Inspect Work Being Done
Approximately 30 citizens from
Franklin visited the Coweeta Ex
perimental forest on Wednesday
afternoon to view the work being
done by the CCC boys from Otto
The Coweeta Experimental forest,
15 miles .south of Franklin, is one
of the two such forests in the en
tire country where water influence
studies are being carried on. This
area was selected because of the
heavy rainfall, ranging from 70 to
100 indies per year, and because of
the ideal condition of the streams.
Dams have been constructed by
the CCC boys and roads have also
been built Valuable data will be
obtained from this area for the de
termination of flood conditions .and
the effect on streams caused by the
removal of timber, cultivation and
While this trip was made primar
ily to view the work of the CCC
boys have been doing, this month
is also the sixth anniversary since
the inception of the CCC.
The group were met at the .sta
tion by Hugh C. Creasman, super
intendent of the experimental area,
who proceeded to describe the va
rious instruments at the central
station and the method of recording
data. Here was also shown a map
that was drawn to .scale, showing
the actual topography of the ex
perimental station area. This map
shows the location of all streams,
roads ana trails existing in this
area, wn.ch cover, more than V
S Hi 1 -i-oc 1 ho mirv ,.,o ni-nnoi-o I
..v. it.ajy wa3 piiaicu
by first making a model of beaver-
oard. A plaster mold was taken
niav be nrenarerl as xr ronnirerl
ijiviuf xj many xnvi maua i
This map is kept up-to-date, and
used when nstallincr wpirs nr Woll
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to determine locations.
John W. Wood, junior forester,
led the parry into the field where
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lie showed them the Class A weath
er .station. Here he described in
struments including psychrometers,
a hydro thermograph, thermom-
.foro 1 I
i f C run mn I
trs and rain guage.
After leaving the station, the
j arty motored up Bearpen moun-
lain to the dividing line between
P.etty's Creek and Coweeta. Here
fwme of the most beautiful scen-
ry in Western North Carolina
nn hf v;P,,J Tl,,. jj j
.ads approximately seven miles
up the mountain and was construct
ed by the CCC boys.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
In the passing of Brother W. S.
Moffitt, Macon circuit and Union
(hurch has lost one of its mast
faithful members. For more than
50 years he was a member of the
Methodist church, and was always
lound in his place willing to per
form his part in . whatever under
taking the church attempted. His
I;? It ..r.V",,ie- ",s
..v ..i.c anu btomi smile won
lor him friends wherever he went,
and the quiet, unassuming life he
lived daily, inspired each of those !
who knew him to live better and r
f ''er. .
JJecause of this loss of our broth-
cr that we feel so deeply, having
been a member of the Uoarrl nf
i-Mcwarus ana a member of the
Board of Trustees of our church.
be it resolved:
iMrst; lhat we bow in humble
r,,. . .
summssion to our Father's will in
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calling him from hi.s labors here
after a life of devotion to his
family and church.
Second; That we extend to the " ner nom at utt0- Wn,,e here
bereaved family our heartfelt svm- they attended the baccalaureate
pathy in this hour of grief and loss.
Third; That in brother Moffitt's
(loath the Church and Community
lias lost a most faithful and valued
member and as we think of him in
ii. . . ... . i ...
inc coming nays, we will ever
cherish his memory (because he was
Fourth ; That ' a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family,
to The Franklin Press, The North
Carolina Christian Advocate and a
ccpy be written into the minutes
of the Church record
C. D. Nichols
J. W. Addingtort,
Jtp , I .
SHOWER GIVEN FOR
MRS. BOB GAINES
Mrs. Bob Gaines, a recent bride,
was entertained with a miscellan
eous shower at the home of Mrs.
W. B. McGuire on Tuesday after
noon. The affair was given by the
Business Woman's Circle and the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Presbyter
A number of contests were en
joyed 'by the guests, the winners
of the prizes, Mrs. Thelma Zick-
eraf. Mrs. Charles Melichar and
Miss,Betty Leach, presenting them
to the bride. To the strains of
Lohengrin's wedding; march, Ann
Flanagan, dressed in an old-fash-
ioned wedding dress and veil, en-
tered the room and presented a
basket of lovely gifts to Mrs. Gaines,
The house was beautifully deco-
rated with crabapple blossoms, the
color scheme of pink and white
being carried out in the delicious
refreshments, A lovely shoulder
corsage was presented to the bride,
CAKES CONTRIBUTED BY
LADIES FOR P.-T. A.
During the past month the fol-l
lowing ladies have contributed
cakes for the .sales on Tuesdays
and Fridays of each week: Mrs.
Herman Childers. Mrs. G. A. Tones,
Mrs. J. E. Perry, Miss Nettie Hurst,
Mrs. W. H. Finlev. Mrs Zeb Cnn-
ley, Mrs, Gus Leach, Mrs. Gordon
Moore, Mrs, Hayes Overcash, Mrs.
T VT Pacr Xfra T?rA CUJo Hf
John Wasilik, Mr.s. Charles Meii-
char and Mrs, H. a. McGiamery,
wiiuc u, rnuups gave a
fOc.Vi flrn.Q tt-n
Mrs. Wasilik, president of the
P.T A wisfifc .vnE, tUnh
T,; 'Pr " , V-"- " f ;
" -. tu.iixa tu ait Y 11
, , . , . it
' " c uu,,aitu L"RCS uu,,& wyear.
-r. . ' .
ccneaneous nouse rurnisnmgs,
"T? yT ne,ef member
w,t ".-" "my
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Stevens,
V, nlT' sp. ine weeK-ena with
-Mrs. Stevens oarents. Mr. and
Mrs. Georere Conlev. af thpir linmp
on Iotla street.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith
rotitrnail Tl -J t
viuiin-vi W31 IlIUIMldV ITUIIl 3 I
weeks VlSlt with thpir llo-htvr
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ncci ocroggs ana Mr.
r.'i . c 1 -w
Scroggs, nn Richmond, Va.
Afo TK CI .-11 c J r
! , oved from the Dean
uuusc uu 6itii main street 10 ine
'X a VI, w
v"'-n anu luua streets
Jack U. Werner, executive assis-
tant for th Nantahala national for-
est .service, who has been quite ill
with pneumonia at 'his home on the
ueorgia road for the past 10 days,
was reported to be much improved
1 iR Yeek
Luther Hauser, who has been
"II .y 1,1 at ft,s home on the
Georgia road for .several rt9v
reported to be slightly improved
Ray Swanson, H. Lee Guffey and
T. T. Love attended the 152nd an-
nual communication of the Grand
Lodtre of North ramina A F .
A r ... TV... .. . . T
, . w',,cn was neia eany tms
rs' Ledford has returned
"me n mrnfon. ae.nue'
'"'"swo weeKs m tem-
, 7 aaugnier, Mrs.
K'K' Helton and Sergeant Hilton,
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Montague
'7 , . . oy,
. w.eer.end m Kaleigh. .They also
visited Mrs. Montague's parents,
l,fr TVT.o A f T : !
,vy ,l ",,c 1V,1y
snlrr mm f u.h.U ..... 1
UM1SS acnel toward, of Cullo-
vyhee' sPSntf Wednesday night
the Kuesf of Mrs- W. L. Corbin
"on. ig,vLen e - ra,nk,i"
;"1u,uu,;,l, v"u;,c" y UJ- ae
lu',n u OIrrUUUI7 TcoueLge
Arthur Hurst, of Leatherman,
recovering in Angel hospital from
a recent operation for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirkland an-
nounce the birth of a daughter in
Angel hospital on Sunday, April 16.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Bates, of Prentiss, at
Angel hospital on Monday, April 17.
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas
Bailey announce the birth of a
daughter, Doris Ann, at their home
on Bonny Crest, Franklin, Wednes
day, April 5. '
A daughter, Elithe Dean, was
Iborn to Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Smith,
at their home on franklin Route 3,
Sunday, April 2.
On Thursday, April 6, a son,
Verlin, Jr., was born to Mr, and
Mrs. Verlin Anderson at their home
in the Iotla community.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Ledbetter
announce the birth of a daughter at
their home on Cartoogechaye Monj
day, March 27.
A daughter, Ruby Lowan, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Fox
Thursday, March 30, at their home
on Franklin Route 4.
A son, William Wade, was 6orn
to Mr- and Mrs. Robert. W. Taylor
Friday, March 24, at their home at
On Tuesday, April 7, a son, Jay
Mitchel, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jay B. Houston, at their home near
the Iotla bridge.
A son. Clarke Demnsev. h'nrn
to Mr. and Mrs. Don Rabv at their
home at Etna. Friday. March 24.
On Thursday, April 6, a son, Le
Roy, was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wiley B. Scott at their home on
A son, Weymer Lee, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Guest at their
orae " anoa lownsnip inur,s
. . Tir-11 PI I , I .. mi
Udy' lViarca -
and Mrs. Ira Keener an-
"ounce the birth of a son,. Ronald
Marion, on March 13. Mrs. Keener
Detore her marriage was Miss
Frank ie Peek.
tntertainment At Holly
Springs Saturday Night
wi,U b,e ,given at th Spr"
nuusc un MlHiuny-
April 22, at 8 o'clock, for the ben
efit of the baseball club.
The public is cordially invited.
I have secured a fine Spanish
jack which is now at my barn at
wests xMUl.-j. c. bUKKi.Lb.
r UK KhM 11 wo cottages, mod-
ern conveniences. Garage, garden.
S. H. LYI.F.. IT.
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r?nu ciirr.cu.j ca
i rvr ,,n Kai t
shucks at 50 cents pr baie about
w -WM ,Hiax lltlllVk AtTa itll VUVXl
tm ik. A,1 a r ".. tr t r
We have reduced our prices on
good thoroughly air dried chestnut
sheeting for the ' next 60 days.
Prices now are $6.00 to $11.00 per
ZICKGRAF HARDWOOD CO
Franklin, N. C
Prepare for war at once on the
bue procession that starts within
a iew more aays. rigni me rascais
w,tn Clack Arrow. Kea Arrow, ko-
tenone Barncide and other msecti-
c,des' uet the above ltems for de
fense, from C. T. BLAINE.
A1.1 2tr A2n
0ne of ou hiKrest seeA !....
has made -th statement recentlv
that mone than 10 million acres of
,and wauld bfi p,anted -n the u s
this year tQ Hybrid corn.. Are you
Uointr to eet :n thU .nrnpMnn ?
better than next year. Get seed
here. - C. T. RLAINF.
Al.1 - 2trA2n A ihnr! At
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ADS ARE NEWS
Printed In Big Type
BEGINS APRIL 24
All Citizens Asked To
Clear Rubbish Away
v From Premises
Next week, beginning Monday,
April 24, has been designated as
Clean-Up Week in Franklin, and
all citizens are urged to cooperate
with the town authorities by re
moving all trash and rubbish from
their premises and placing it
where it will be accessible to the
men who come to haul it away.
In addition to getting rid of use
less accumulations of rubbish, it is
a good time to paint up, white
wash, dress up the yards and-otherwise
beautify homes and grounds
in preparation for the visitors who
Will be with us during the coming
summer season. , -
Dr. H. T. Horsley, town health
officer, has had printed the follow
ing notice which will be distributed
to householders :
"The week beginning April 24 has
been designated as Clean-Up Week.
and the Town Board and the Health
and Sanitary Departments request
the cooperation of all citizens in
the campaign to make the town
more healthful and beautiful.
"Now is a good time to remove
such accumulations as constitute
breeding places for germs and fire
hazards as well.
"In many places the suggestion
is being made to paint up as well
as clean up. Its adoption here
where necessary would evidence
commendable civic as well as per
Miracle Whip Salad
Chow Chow -1 5c
Grits, 4 lbs.
Dill or Sour
Pickles, qt 25c
Arm & Hammer
(DDa9 2 lllbs 15
New Potatoes, 4 lbs. 19c
Lettuce, 2 heads IS c Tomatoes, lb. 10c
Yellow Squash, lb. Sc
English Peas, lb. 10c
Old Cabbage, 3 lbs. 10c
IFat IBackj lb.
Fresh Ilackliono and
ILamb Cbops, lb.
FRESH FISII AND OYSTERS
"Ample means' are available to
haul off trash and rubbish when it
is gathered and placed conveniently
H. T. HORSLEY,
Town Health Officer."
Holy Land Pictures
At M. E. Church
On Wednesday evening, May 3,
the Rev. W. L. Hutchins, presiding
elder of the Waynesville District,
will present stereopticon slides and
an accompanying lecture on scenes
in the Holy Land, at the Franklin
A silver offering will be taken at
the door and will be sent to the
Children's Home as one of the spe
cial projects of the Mary Johnston
Allman Missionary ociety
The lecture will begin at 8
o'clock and . everyone . is cordially
invited to attend. - '
Munday Beauty Shop
in McCoy Bldg.
Bring this ad in it
is worth 50c to $1.00
For Expert Work
Bring Your Shoes to Us
We Will Add Months
of Extra Wear
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT
ALL TIMES SHOE POLISH