THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONlAtf
Angel Hospital Trustees
Elect Two New Members
Excellent Financial Report
By R. S. Jones,
A meeting of the board of trus
tees of the Angel Hospital, Inc.,
was held in the form of a dinner
at the Kelly Tea Room, 'am Fri
day evening, November 27. Two
new members, Dr. J. E. Perry and
John Archer, were elected to the
board. Others present were the
other members, A. B. Slagle, H.
W. Oab.e and R. S. Jones, and
members of the hospital staff.
Guests of the meeting included
Drs. W. A. Rogers, H. T. Horsley
and J. H. Fouts.
R. S. Jones, secretary to the
hoard, reported oji the work done
by the hospital since March 12,
1940, at. which time it became af
filiated with the Duke Endow
ment. Citing the accomplishments,
he mentioned specifically the fol
lowing : 29,000 patient days of care;
the installation of a new $6,500
T-ray machirife:' the erection of an
$11,000 addition: the purchase of
$3,500 in mew equipment, and the
purchase of a very substantia
sum n! War Bonds by the hospital
and its employees.
, Mr. Jones also remarked on the
excellent financial condition of the
hospital in addition to the im
provements made. In fact, he re
market, "should lean times come
the hospital would be able to operj
ate for a period of two years
without any income whatsoever .
It was emphasized that the hos
pital, being a non-profit institu
tion, could only use any profits
accumulated in the care of pa
tients. Mr. Jones, who left for Raleigh
on December 1, will retain his po
sition as a member of the board.
In appreciation of his untiring ef
forts i,n behalf of the institution
he was presented a War Bond by
As Announced By Local
Board Last Week .
Local Officials Attend'
Held At Bryson City
The meeting arranged by the
Bryson City office of the U. S.
Employment Service last . Friday
evening at Bryson City was at
tended by the following people
from Franklin : Carl S. Slagle and
Miss Edith Maxwell, representing
Farm Security Administration ; Sam
Mendenhall, farm agent; Mrs. Hel
cne Fort, WPA an trs.. Eloise
G. Franks,-superintendent of Pu'
lie welfare. ,
R. T. McKeithcin, manager of
.the Bryson City --office which
serves four counties ir this area
stated the purpose of the meeting
as an effort of the office to in
form the local communities of the
activity of the service in relation
to community problems and the
Benton Bray, statistician of Ral
eigh, gave facts concerrang local
labor supply and Sidney F. Marsh
assistant state director, discussed
labor problems of the employer in
essential and non-essential indus
try, and how the department car,'
Mr. McKeithen and his assistant,
John M. Bennett, are in Franklin
every Monday and Tuesday, at the
Agricultural building to serve this
At Asbury Church
The regular first Sunday after
noon singing will meet with the
Asbury Metliodist church in Otto,
at 1 :30 p. m., December 6.
All gospel singers and persons
interested in gospel singing are
urgently requested to bring their
choirs, quartets, etc.
John M. Holt is in charge of
the singing, and aH. who . enjoy
hearing good gospel singing are
15 Performance Points
Join our factory recom
mended program to be
ready for this first
Come in and satisfy
yourself our complete
winterizing of 45 per
formance points helps
ycu get more miles
from your car, your en
gine, your tires. SEE
Earl English Roy Masbbum
Phone 137 Franklin, N. C
The Local Board lias announced
the following classifications and re
classifications of registrants:.
In A-l,. James Edwin Guffey,
Robert Preleau Stanfield. ,
The following were changed from
3-A to 1-A: Charles Emmett Rop
er, Don Owenby, Jess willard
Pendergrass, Odae Owenby, Frank
Boone Brock, Lawson Haskel
Owenby, Claud Pendergrass. From
1-A to 3-B, Charles Avery Cabe,
Jr. From 1-A to 3-A, Edward
Charles Day, Jerdy Wilburn Pass
more, Oscar Woodrow Passmore.
From, 3-A to 3-B, Ward Earnest
McNeal, William Corbin Hawkins.
From 4-F to 1-A, eb Welch.
The following were rejected at
the Induction Station' and placed
in 4-F: John Leonard Holbrook,
Willard Richardson Pendergrass,
.Fred Wilburn. Hastings, Charles
William Norton, Irvin Andrew
Crane, George Warrem Teem, Ros-
coe Jenkins, Arnold Pendergrass,
Meldrum Raymond Williamson.
The following were placed in 1-C
following their induction : Charles
Avery Clouse, Daniel Burero Gar
land, Joseph Benson Morgan,
Grady Bates, Hoyt Dickey Led
ford, Wilborn Boyce Hodgin, Har
ry Welch, Zollie Hamilton Buch
anan, C. L. Potts, Frank George
Hastings, Ferd Allen DeHart, John.
Alexander Bryso,n, Carl Ralph
Evans, James Raleigh Norris,. Earl
Nelson Seagle, Robert Hoyt Led
ford, Loyd Monroe Bradley, Wood
row Wilson Shook, John Marshal
Jones, Gene Adams Taylor, Floyd
Earl Gibbs, Crawford Doyle Bur
gess, Walter Josepn Hopkins,
Chletis David Casaway, Robert
Olin Evanis, Victor Franks, Rob
ert Garland Quilliams, Raletgh
Ver.non Rowland, Orin , Wayne
Day, Grady Thomas Brendle, An
drew Theodore Raby, Weaver
Wykle, James Gordon Cook, Wil
liam Elmer Nichols, Thomas Fred
rick Vinson, Willard Lon McCoy,
Hayes Eugenie Crisp, Alex Leonard
Dills, Joe Lawrence Henry, Dallas
Rowland, George Turner McPhe.r
son, Ralph Weimar Penland, Wil
liam Troy Shields, John R. Allen,
Charles Harold Martin, J. H. Oliv
er, Clyde Leslie Chastairr, Tyle
Gay' Roper, Wayne Major Mc
Dowell, Ural Keil ;McConnll,
James- Frank McCall, William
WANTED Girl to do general
housework. Private room in good
home. Write Wylma Holland,
Canton, N. C, Box $92 Tel. 2617
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FOR RENT-One five-room house
with bath, hot water heater. One
apartment, steam heated, furn
ished or unfurnished. See W. C.
Burrell at Burrell Motor Co.
November 19, 1942
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Application is being made to His
Excellency the (Sqvernor of North
Carolina, for a parole in behalf
of Sam Cunningham. AH persons
interested are invited to forward
their approval or protest.
By T. D. Bryson, Jr.,
WANTED To buy one dressed
hog, weight around 200 pounds;
fifty fresh hams;, six heifer
calves, three to six months old.
Write description and price to
Box 577, Highlands, N. C.
FOR RENT A six-room house
witH garden in the country.
. t , Miss Mayberl Moody,
N26 tfrt Franklin, N. C
rvis. osvua i nave on nand a
good supply of dry lumber for
building all kinds of furniture in
my shop. See me for lowest
prices. J. L. Tippett.
Boys' and girls' plaid wool jackets,
zipper and mackinaw styles ;
women's and children's wool
sweaters; women's and misses'
all wool, silk-lined overcoats
like new. Heavy wool Army
blankets. Grade A men's Army
shirts and work coats. Come
soon, they're selling fast!
Mra. Teaaier, Prop.
At The Theatre
FOR SALE Saddle and work
horses. See George Hunnicutt
or Phone 1303.
FOR SALE Good shredded corn
shucks, choice Timothy hay, feed
oats, cotton seed meal ; dairy,
chicken and hog feeds; also
fresh pork and new ground corn
Ray Groc. & Feed Co.
The first person reaching me with
$30 gets my bicycle. It is 8
months old, has three good tires,
headlight, bell, basket, lock. Call
5905 or 122.
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FOR RENT 3 Apartments, close
in. One with automatic heat.
See O. C. Bryant.
WANTED Will pay good prices
for corn, wheat, onions, hams,
chickens and eggs.
Ray Groc. & Feed Co.
WANTED Will pay cash for
good used alarm clock.
G rover Jamison
FOR RENT One furnished bed
room, steam heat. Phone 192.
L Men In Service
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Lieut. Louis Manning, of the
Army Signal Corps, fiqrmeraly am
engineer with the Nantahala Pow
er and Light company, is visiting
Mrs. Manning during a brief fur
lough. Mrs. Manning is a teacher
in the Franklin high school. He will
leave on Friday for his new sta
tion at Camp Murphy, Fla.
Clayborn Pattqn of the U. S.
Navy, spent the wekend with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carry" Pat
ton. He has completed a course
in radio at Auborn, Ala., and ex
pects to soon be assigned to a
ship as radio operator.
Pvt. Blaine Moffitt recently spent
a seven-day furlough with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Moffitt
of Franklin. He had been in serv
ice two years and is now stationed
at Camp Forest, Term.
Pvt. Bert Hall, son of W. G. Hall
of Franklin, was home on a six-
day furlough. Pvt. Hall is stationed
at Fort George G. Meade, Md.
Cpl. Joseph M. Dalton. son of
Grady Dalton and the late Mrs.
Dalton, is now stationed some
where in Australia. He is the
grandson of Mrs. J. J. Conley.
Cars and Trucks
WE ARE PAYING CASH FOR LATE
MODEL CARS, PICKUPS & TRUCKS
Good Tires Not Essential
DUNCAN MOTOR CO.
Remember Pearl Harbor
This Republic melodrama holds
suspense and interest for all types
of theatre-goers. It combines skill
fully government released films of
actual events with action material
filmed for the picture with a re
markable result in realism and
thrill to the last shot.
The setting is a Philippine Army
post just before and during the
Jap attack on Pearl Harbor. Three
soldiers, a girl, an innkeeper, a
vnnan, Japanese invasion troops
and the sinkirjg of an enemy ship
by an American flying a Japanese
plane, all unite for a high grade
' ' ', '
An Irving Berlin musicale pro
duced by Paramount with Bing
Crosby and Fred Astaire, with the
latter dancing with Marjorie Rey
nolds and Virginia Dale assures
the lure of this picture. Bing
Crosby provides entertainment in
the rustic inn of the play of the
kind he is famous. He sings 11 of
14 songs by Irving Berlin in the
production and Fred Astaire shows
eight new dance routines.
Just Off Broadway
Micheal Shayne tops a series of
adventures, excelling most of the
others in plot and humor. A social
ite, a night club singer and a girl
reporter figure in the trial of the
socialite, while the other two dis
cover a third murder in their mid
Moonlight Masquerade .
For Owl Show
This is a Republia comedy-drama
A mixture of business and matri
mony, with a,n imposter who fig
ures so as to make everything turti
out all right furnishes entertain
ment and suspense. The Owl show
is over by 12 o'clock.
CLYDE SANDERS BUYS
Clyde Sanders has bought the
Tick-Tock Cafe formerly operated
by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Potts.
The cafe will be known as Clyde's
Cafe. Mr. Sanders' friends will be
glad to know he is well again
after a recent illness.
Mrs.. E. B. McCoIIum returned
Wednesday from visiting her sister,
Miss Maiude Hodge, of JohnsOn
National Forest Timber
Sealed bids will be received by
the Forest Supervisor, Franklin,
North Carolina, up to und not later
than 2:00 p. m., January 4, 1943,
and opened immediately thereafter
for all the live timber marked or
designated for cutting, and all
merchantable dead timber located
on an area embracing about 1150
acres within the Lower Nantahala
River Sawtimber Unit, Nar.tahala
River Watershed, Macon County,
Nantahala National Forest, North
Carolina, estimated to be 192 M
feet, more or less, of yellow poplar,
(northern red oak, sugar maple,
black cherry, white ash, basswood,
cucumber, white oak, birch, red
maple, chestnut oak, black oak,
scarlet oak, buckeye, beech, but
ternut, and silverbell. No bid of
less than $10 per MBM for yel
low poplar; $9 for northern) red
oak, sugar maple, black cherry,
white ash, basswood, and cucum
ber; $7 for white oak; $5 for
birch and red maple; $3 for chest
nut oak and black oak; and $2
for scarlet oak, buckeye, butter
nut, silverbell, and beech will be
considered. $250 must be deposited
with each bid, to be applied on
the purchase price, refunded or
retained in part as liquidated dam
ages according to conditions of
sale. The right to reject any and
all bids reserved. Before bids are
submitted, full information con
cerning the timber, the, conditions
of sale, and the submission of
bids should be pbtained froin the
Forest Supervisor, Franklin North
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N. P. Norton Joins
Sea Bees Of Naval Service
N. P. Norton returned Wednes
day from the Naval Recruiting of
fice in Charlotte where he was
sworn in with the rank as st class
seaman in the Sea Bees, and is
awaiting call to active duty. He
enlisted in Asheville the week be
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666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
Give Old Hose
The merchants of Franklin are
cooperating with the Woman's
.Salvage Division of Macon county
in the collection of discarded hose
by placing boxes and posters in
their stores where worn out silk
and nylon hose may be left.
The public is asked to donate all
worn and discarded, washed wo
men's hosiery. Silk is needed for
the production of gun powder bags.
Nylon is reclaimed for the produc
tion of parachutes.
No sorting or grading of hosiery
is required of -those donating. The
following merchants are hosiery
collection depots in Franklin :
Sanders' Store. Pendergrass' Store,
Joe Ashear, The Variety Store.
Frances Shop, E. K. Cunningham
& Company, Poliakoff, and Miss
Sarah Gilders' Store in Highlands.
Mrs. Florence S. Sherrill, chair
man of Woman's Salvage Division,
is again urging all homemakers to
save waste fat, tin cans, and worn
out hose for the war effort. Any
one wishing further information re
garding the salvaging of these ma
terials are asked to contact Mrs.
Sherrill at the Agricultural build
ing or call telephone No. 106,
That Lasts Through the Year
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To Men In The Service for LESS than HALF
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Other Subscriptions . . ... $2.00 a Year
We send a Christmas card in your name to the
recipient of Gift subscriptions.
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SATURDAYS Continuous 1 :00 P. M. to 12:00
Monday and Tuesday, December 7th and 8th
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Virginia Dais Walter Abel
Friday. Decamber Iltk
"JUST OFF BROADWAY"
Uoyd Nolan, Marjorie Weaver
Alao No. 4 "Captain Midnight"
Saturday, October 12 til
Double Feature Program
Roy Rot1"". George Gabby Hay.e.
In "MAN FROM CHEYENNE"
And Preston Foster. Lynn EWi la
"SECRET AGENT OF JAPAN"
Alao Chapter 11
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