WANT ADS | MACK SAY8: If your set hums, try revers ing the line plug. We electrify hand-wound Victrolas. Bring us your pdio and electrical prob lems. FRANKS RADIO & ELEC. CO. I Basement McCoy Bid Franklin, N. C. FOR SALE? 95-acre ? farm at Eilijay. A six-room house, two graneries, good barn, orchard, 11 acres smooth farming land, 15 acres sowed pasture under new wire fence. Plenty wood land. Bargain. Mont Wood, 12 miles from Franklin. M23 ? 2tp ? M30 FOR SALE? Locust posts, deliv ered to or near Franklin, 20c each. See or write Fred Mincey, Eilijay, N. C. If your saws go flippity flop, Bring them to me at Plemmons' shop. To all people, do be wise, And don't forget to advertise. Ii you're in business for success. Advertise in The Franklin Press. ? George Johnson, saw filer GOOD FARM for sale at bar gain. 40 acres, 7-room house, big barn, other outbuildings. : Near Franklin. Worth investi gating. Ellis Sanders, Route 2. V ANTED to employ clerical worker who can take dicta tion. Good salary. Apply at Ma con County Welfare Department. M23? ltc WANTED ? Good home apple sauce in quantities. Write Box 191, Fruiikl..., v~. phone 53. M23 ? 3tc name of James Denman. Finder please return to his home. Bidwell street, Franklin. M23? ltc FOR SALE ? 7 acres, 4 under cul- j tivation, 300 ft. frontage on \ Sylva Highway 2'Z miles Frank lin. Ideal building site. Priced to sell. See Edgar Carter at 1 Franks Radio & Elec. Go. MEN WANTED? To cut and peel hemlock by contract. Good camps, good board and good pay. ? Cliff Dockery, Highlands, N. C. -| M2 ? 8tp ? J20 GINSENG wanted. $2.50 per pound green. $8 per pound dry. R. S. Cowan, Greens Creek, N. C. M9? 8tc ? J27 FOR SALE ? Electric generator, 110 volt A.C. 2000 watts ca pacity. Ideal for lighting a .summer camp. Government .surplus, brand new at less than half price. Martin Electric com pany; Phone 107. M9? tfc WANTED? Country hams. Will pay ceiling price. See Alex Arnold at Panorama Court. I.I9 ? 3tp ? M23 TOWN LOTS ? For sale several nice, well located lots suitable J or residential purposes, at very icasonable prices. Grover Jami ? >n. M9 ? 3tc ? M23 FOR SALE? 1937 Ford pickup truck, good shape, new tires. See R. L. Carpenter two (21 miles from J. W. Addington's, on Middle Skeervah road. M16 ? 2tp ? M23 FOR SERVICE ? Registered Hampshire boar. Best blood lines. Sired by Clemson's Roller, out of Hawkenhurst Model Type. Ebbie Talley, Highlands Dillard road, Highlands, N. C. M16 ? 4tc ? J6 FOR RENT ? Pasture, for cattle only. See Harry Thomas, Farmer's Federation. M16? 2tc? M23 NOTICE ? Just received last shipment of hybrid, corn. Get yours while it lasts. Farmer's Federation. M 1 6 ? 2tc ? M23 WE BUY, sell, and exchange good used furniture, cook stoves, ranges, heaters, and boilers. P. O. Box 577, Phone 40, Highlands, N. C., W. S. Davis. M16 ? 4tc ? J6 FOR your roof repair and painting, see O. H. Jackson. M16 ? 2tp ? M23 I file saws Tuesday through Friday each week at Plemmons' shop, back of bank. Geo M. Johnson. I BUY DOGWOOD every month In the year. For specifications, prices, etc., see ot write R. G. Powell, East La Porte, N. C. M16 ? 4tp? J6 ATTENTION TRUCKERS ? Jubi lee, Hiley Belle, and Elberta peaches. Orchard run. Large size. Ready June 15 through July. R. L. Gray, Phone 3161 or 538, Laurens. S. C. M18 ? 5tc ? J13 L08T? Truck tag No. 142207. Finder please leave at Reeves ' Hardware. Mid? 2tp? M33 EVANS TO PREACH HERE The Rev. Hoyt Evans, 01 Weaverville, a recent graduate of Princeton Seminary, will preach at the Franklin Presby terian church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The public is in vited to attend. WILL CLEAN CEMEi'ERY Thursday and Friday, May i 10 nnd 31, has been set as tne i... to clean the Sugariork Baptist church cemetery. FOR SALE? Heatrola in goou condition, also cook stove. See Wade Setser at Taxi stand, or call Phone 88. M23 - ltc /OR RENT? Pasture, far cattle only. See Harry Thomas. Farmer's Federation. M16 ? 2tc ? M23 FOUND ? Small blue female do.-,. Owner please call for it at Riverview inn. Telephone 150. FOR SALE ? 6-year old mare, 1,500 pounds, good condition. ! With $50 worth of harness. A give away at $150. Ellis Sandc s, j Franklin, Route 2. WANTED ? Good home for nin> .year old girl, with opportun ity to go to school, in return for work. Macon County Wel fare Department. M23? ltc FOR SALE ? One heavy horse, harness and wagon, well brok en for logging or farm work. Ted Gillespie, Route 1, Frank lin, N. C. FOR SALE ? One mare, five ' years old, good worker, good I shape. One cow, three years j old, with young calf. Prices , reasonable. T. J. Ramey, T;.j miles west of Otto. M23 ? 2tp ? M30 I WILL BUY local honey, side meat, hams. Will pay top prices. See me before selling or buying. Dayman Feed & Gro cery. M23 ? 2tc ? M30 FOR SALE, or will trade for cattle ? Slightly used ensilage cutter, with extra pipe and ex tra knives. Been used only 10 hours. Price $425. See Thad Pat ton at Macon Furniture Co. M23 ? 2tc ? M30 -Continued From Pace One Gneiss Man Killed In Truck Mishap Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Sugarfork Baptist church. The Rev. Frank Reed, of Hish lands, officiated, and burial f ji lowed in the church cemetery. Surviving are the parents; six brothers. Lewie, Lemmie, Rog- 1 ers, Cleo, and Sam L. Holland, all of Gneiss, and Pvt. Eugene 1 Holland, of the U. S. army, s.a tioned at Fort McClellan, Ala.; and four sisters, Mrs. Homer L. McCoy, Mrs. George L. Gregory, and Miss Joyce Holland, all of Gneiss, and Mrs. W. L. Ang^l, of Franklin. Bryant funeral directors we.e in charge of the arrangements. Horn 2 Eco^om.c^ Department Prsser.. P. T. A. Program The home economics depart ment of the Franklin school presented an interesting pro gram, showing the woric of the department, at Monday night's meeting of the Parent-Teacher association, with Mrs. T. J. O'Neil, home economics teacher, in charge. A report by Harmon H. Gntise suggested ' that the pro posed installation of new light ing should" be deferred until the school roof is repaired. Mrs. Weimar Jones and Miss Amy Henderson, the new presi dent and vice-president, respec tively, were installed by the Rev. A. Rufus Morgan, retiring president. Other new officers were absent. Brain Tumor Fata! To Nine-Year Old Macon Boy Ted Hoglen, nine-year old ! son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. i Hoglen. of the Hickory Knoll section of Macon eounty, died at the Duke hospital, Durham. Sunday morning about 6 o'clock. Death was attributed to a brain tumor. The boy had been ill at his home for several months prior to entering the hospital. Funeial services were held at the Rush cemetery at hickory Knoll Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. V. N. Allen, pastor on the Macon Methodist i circuit, officiated, and uurial * Jliowcd in the cemetery. The pallbearers were r rank L. Crisp, Hojt R. Peul.uid, diaries Stilej, Fred Cunningham, uar land Bateman and Kdwui Vin son. Surviving are the parents and six brothers, R. L., j jsepn, Har old, Wilburn. Jack and Gene Holden, all of the home. Potts funeral directors were ir. charge of arrangemenis. PLAN DECORATION SERVICE AT TELLICO BAPTIST CHURCH j The annual home-coming and decoration service at Tellico Baptist church will be held next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Special speakers and various singing classes, quartets and so loists are also expected to take part in the program. Dinner will be served on the church lawn at the noon hour. The public is invited to attend. Press Ads Pay SPECIALS THIS WEEK Hall-O-Well Key Kits ? ? ? ? $4.50 ea. Crankcase Breathers, V-8 60c ea. Trouble Lamp, 25 ft. of cord $3.50 ea. Western Auto Associate Store Summer isn't Rationed any m ore! f!c """ KM DEALER Niiiv JSISJ row "Mppr MofomNG" FOR PERFORMANCE WITH ECONOMY ? switch now to Esso or Esso Extra gasoline . . . learn why thousands have switched to these great gasolines for sheer merit of performance. Long mile age. Trigger-fast starts. High anti knock. Smooth acceleration. And the exclusive engine protection of patented Esso Solvent Oil! ? XI^SP PROTECT YOUR ENGINE with Efwo Motor Oil! Ixmg-lasting. Tough, reliable lubrication in all weather. Great in all-round quality. One of the world's finest oils at any price! The Sign of "Happy Motoring" The lid's off on travel this year! And your motoring opportunities are limited only by the ability of your car to go... and keep on going! Probably it's pretty old . . . and it never needed thorough protection of every mov ing part more than it does right now! If you're real lucky and have a new car, what better time to start taking extra good care of it? Yes, this summer, your Esso Dealer's expert care will mean more than ever before! You'll get thorough engine pro tection . . . proper chassis lubrication . . . with high quality Esso products that are right for your car! Make today "Esso Dealer" Day. Do it now . . . and enjoy the days of "Happy Motoring" that he ahead! 7 *? ? ?* ? OKI A OINIRAL CHICK-UP NOW? Don't let needless failure of tires, battery, spark plugs, radiator, windshield wipers unex pectedly spoil your pleasure in some happy trip ahead. Care Saves Wear ? and your Ksso Dealer will give your car expert care! f?l>r. 1941. Kim 1m. STANDARD OIL COMPANY of new jersey | Glee Club Of Brevard College Gives Program Here The Glee club of Brevard col lege conducted the 11 o'clock service at the Franklin Metho dist church last Sunday. And next Sunday Dr. E. J. Coltrane, president of the col lege, will be the speaker at the 11 o'clock service, it was an nounced. In addition to last Sunday's musical numbers, tne congrega tion heard a brief t?lk bv Rev. C. E. Roy, of the school's faculty, on the work. Also present .'01 the serv ice was Dean J. J. Stephenson Jr. The musical program was as follows : "Lovely Appear", by Gounod; "Come Ye Blessed", by Scott, u. vocal tolo by MUl Annie Lou Robblns; Thank* Be To Thee', Handel; "Sanctua", Gounod, Steal Away to Jtsua", arrang ed by Hall, with Miss Gloria Smith giving the aolo obligato; "Art Thou The Christ?", O'Hara, a vocal solo by Miss Sarah Kornegay, "Hark, Hark, My Soul", Shelley; "Ave Maria", Schubert, with Miss Katherine Auull playing the violin solo part, and Miss Smith as soprano soloist; and "The Holy City", Adams, a vocal solo by D. P. Miller, the director, given as an offertory. Mrs. Miller was the organist. MKS. IIORSLEY EMPLOYED TO HANDLE C. OF C. BOOTH Mrs. Clarence Horsley liai been employed by the chamber of commerce as part-time sec retary, and the chamber's in formation booth on Main street already has been opened. MACON THEATRE SUNDAY MATINEE 2:30 ? NIGHT SHOW 9:0fl WEEK DAYS 3:15 - 7:15 - 9:15 i Sunday, May 26 Fred Astaire In "YOLANDA AND THE THIEF" Monday and Tuesday, May 27 and 28 Wednesday and Thursday, May 29 and 30 "Heyt MacMurray, Y our Past Is Showing!" COLUMBIA POMS pronto FRED Mac MURRAY Pardon My Past MARGUERITE CHAPMAN AKIM WILLIAM RITA TAMIROFF ? DEWIEST ? JOHNSON ?wj Di/MWrt . Om>ks batik -?LT-q ?tiliMl stay kr fattaiM IMatt ""*?? mm* UtatWFl? MIMM UIH Friday, May 31 Allan Lane In "GAY BLADES" Saturday, June 1 ? Double Fsature Program NOTICE ? Our Saturday show will start at 10:00 o'clock a. m. Starting June 1. Sunset Carson In "ROUGH RIDERS" and "THE FALCON IN SAN FRANCISCO' Owl Show at 10:30 ? Out at 12:00 "CRIME DOCTOR WARNING" SERVICE AND COURTESY COME FIRST WITH US Your business will be greatly appreciated Gregory's Esso Service Highlands Road FOR COMPLETE ESSO SERVICE REID'S ESSO SERVICE Phone 32

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