North Carolina Newspapers

The Macon County chapter of
the United Daughters of the
Confederacy will meet Monday
night at 8 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Lester Conley.
A personal appearance of
Molly O Day. of Station WNOX,
Knoxville, Tenn , at the court
house here May 1, will be
sponsored by the Higdonville
school, as a benifit for the
school, it has been announced.
Personal Mention
1st Lt. and Mrs. Homer L.
Greene and their young daugh
ter, Joan, who are visiting Lt.
Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer C Greene, of Franklin,
Route 1, are spending a few
days in Atlanta this week. Lt.
Greene, who has been in the
army air forces for the past
four years, is now on terminal
leave, and plans to return to
his former position in Atlanta
Mr and Mrs. Bab Blaine and
daughter, Joyce, of Great Falls,
Choice of widths Only 12c sq. ft.
Phone 117 On Square
Mont., who are visiting friends
and relatives here, and Mrs.
Walter Swanson, ol Franklin,
Route 1. were dinner guests ol
Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Greene
at their home, Franklin, Route
1, last Thursday.
The Rev. and Mrs L. B Hayes
have been spending several days
in Franklin. Dr. Hayes, who is
pastor of the First Methodist
church in Hendersonville
preached at the morning ser
vice last Sunday at the Frank
lin Methodist church.
Miss Mary Willis ha? return
ed to Franklin for the Summer,
after spending the winter at
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs Carl G. Howard,
of Macon County, have purch
ased a grocery business in Hla
wassee, Ga., and they and their
small daughter, Sarah, will
make their home there in the
future. The business hereafter
will be known as the Hiawas
see market.
Herbert A McGlamery, Macon
County representative in this
year's general assembly, was
among those attending the Jef
ferson day dinner in Raleigh
last Saturday night.
Mrs. Weimar Jones and Mrs.
Allen Siler attended the three
day meeting of the North Caro
lina Congress of Parents and
Teachers in Asheville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer A. Jones
drove to Atlanta on business the
first of this week.
The Rev. B. Hoyt Evans, pas
tor of the Franklin Presbyterian
church, attended the meeting
of the Asheville Presbytery in
Waynesville Tuesday.
Mrs. John Bulgin and her
brother, Fred Slagle, Jr., spent
the day in Brevard last Thurs
George L. Hackney, well known
Asheville business man, was in
Franklin on business Tuesday.
R. G. Setzer, of Cary, a native
of this county, arrived in
F'ranklin Monday for a few
day's visit with his father, C.
A. Setzer. The younger Mr. Set
zer timed his visit so as to be
here for his father's 85th birth
day anniversary Wednesday.
J. T. (Uncle Tom) Raby, who
underwent a serious operation
at Angel hospital sometime ago,
has returned home, but is still
in a serious condition.
Junior Stewart, who is em
ployed in Gastonia, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr.
Feathercraft Aluminum
Johnson, Mercury, and Century
Limited Supply ? Come in to see them TODAY
Phone 123 - - - Franklin, N. C.
Day and Night Wrecker Service
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ammons
have announced the birth of a
ton, James Hazen, April 16 at
their home, Frartklin, Route 2.
Mrs. Ammons Is the former Miss
Edith Brown, of Route 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Carpen
ter, of Franklin, Route 2, have
announced the birth of a
daughter, Joyce Ann, April 13,
at the home.
Mr and Mrs. Austin Dills, of
Franklin, Route 3, have an
nounced the birth of a son,
April 18, at the home.
A sop, Billy James, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. James Robert
Higdon April 3 at their home In
the Cullasaja community.
Mr and Mrs. William Ellis
Allen, of Franklin, Route 3, have
announced the birth of a son,
Gary Neal, April 5 at the home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hunter, of
Franklin, have announced the
birth of a son, April 20, at
Angel hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Shelton,
of Franklin, have announced
the birth of a daughter, Vir
ginia Mae at Angel hospital
April 14.
A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Haynle April 23 at
Angel hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Yonce, of
Clay county, formerly of Rain
bow Springs, have announced
the birth of a daughter, April
23, at Angel hospital.
and Mrs. Jim Stewart, of Frank
lin, Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cothern,
of Brevard, have been spending
several days with Mrs. Cothern's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tal
lent, Franklin, Route 3.
Marshall Fouts, who is a pa
tient in Angel hospital suffer
ing from a ruptured appendix,
is reported much improved.
Mrs. Carl Slagle, of Franklin,
Route 1, is under treatment at
Angel hospital.
John Smith, of Franklin,
Route 4, who underwent an op
eration April 18 at Angel hos
pital, is reported to be doing
John D. Alsup is confined to
his home by illness.
Lon Campbell, of Franklin,
Route 3, is a patient In Angel
hospital. His condition is report
ed to be improved.
Garfield Houston, of Buck
Creek, who has been seriously
ill for about a week at Angel
clinic with continuous nose
bleed, is reported greatly Im
William C. Newton, Jr., young
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. New
ton, of Highlands, underwent a
major operatiofi at Angel clinic
Sunday. His condition is re
ported good.
Benefit Plant, Rummage
Sales Planned Saturday
A benefit plant sale will be
held on the public square here
Saturday morning by the Wo
men's Society for Christian
service of the Franklin Metho
dist church. Persons who have
plants they will donate for the
sale are asked to telephone
Mrs. Reby S. Tessier. The so
ciety also will hold a rummage
sale on the square Saturday
morning, a continuation of the
sale held last week.
College Group Visits
Sunday Schools Here
Ministerial students from Bob
Jones college, Cleveland, Tenn.,
visited several of the Sunday
schools in this county last Sun
day. The Rev. Charles Sher
lock, chalk talk artist, visited
the River Bend Sunday school
illustrating his message with
pictures he drew. Other Sunday
schools visited included Salem,
Walnut Creek, Sunrise View,
and Friendship Tabernacle.
Wallace Will Preach
Sunday at Tabernacle
The Rev. J . A. Wallace, re
tired minister, will preach at
the Friendship tabernacle Sun
day afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. Wallace, widely known In
this county, served as pastor
of the Franklin Presbyterian
Church for 13 years.. Sunday
School will be held at the usual
time, 2:30.
Veterans may pay National
Service Life Insurance premiums
to the Veterans administration
monthly, quarterly, semi-annu
ally or annually.
Having qualified as adminis
trator of Mrs. W. T. McDonald,
deceased, late of Macon County,
N. C., this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 23rd day of
April, 1948, or this notice will
be plead In bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make Imme
diate settlement.
This 23rd day of April, 1M7.
A24 ? 6tp ? May29
T. M. Keener
Funeral Held
In Highlands
? i
Funeral services for Thomas
M. Keener, 69, were held at the
Highlands Baptist church Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock by
Dr. Thom N. Carter, pastor, and
interment was In Highlands
Pallbearers were grandsons
and nephews, Donald Keener,
Arnold Keener, Carl Chastain,
James Penland, Gordon Talley,
and Lewis Talley.
Honorary pallbearers were J.
E. Hicks, Lawrence Hicks, R. E.
Norton, Charles Wood, L. W.
Rice, and W. W. Edwards.
Mr Keener died at his home
on Flat fountain early Tues
day morning following a short
illness. He was a member of the
Highlands Baptist church, . and
had served that church as a
Jeacon for many years.
Survivors Include his widow,
the former Miss Edna Corbitt,
six daughters, Mrs. Nettie Chas
tain, Mrs. Gordon Burris and
Miss Jean Keener of Highlands,
Mrs. Virginia Smith of Ithaca,
N. Y., Mrs. Herbert Millkey 01
Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Joseph
Maggio of Rochester, N. Y.; one
son, Melvin Keener of High
lands; a number of grandchil
dren; and several brothers and
Bryant funeral home was in
charge of arrangements.
The Chapel (Negro) School
will present its annual May
Day Program May 1, beginning
at 11:30 a. m. The program
will be presented on the school
campus. There will be no ad
mission charge, and the pub
lic is invited.
Continued from Pace One
Nantahala Trout Streams
To Open May 3
May 10-11; 24-25.
June: 7-8; 21-22.
July: 4-5-6; 19-20;
Aug.: 2-3; 16-17; 30-31.
May: 10-11; 24-25.
June: 7-8; 21-22.
July: 4-5-6; 19-20.
Aug : 2-3; 16-17; 30-31.
The general regulations for
fishing in these areas, Mr. Ren
shaw explained, requires a state
fishing license and a special
daily fishing permit ($1) which
may be obtained at checking
stations. Fishing is permitted
only between the hours of 6
a. m. and 7 p. m. All anglers are
required to present their catch
es at the checking stations be
fore leaving the areas.
The limit is 12 trout of 7
inches or more total length, all
undersized trout must be care
fully and promptly returned to
the water. Treble ore gang
hooks are not permitted
The Cliffside area may be
reached from Franklin or High
lands; the Wayah Bald and
Standing Indian areas from
Franklin; the Santeetlah area
from Robbinsville or Tapoca;
and ? the Fires Creek area from
Hayesville, Murphy, or Andrews.
The checking stations are sit
uated as follows:
Standing Indian. at warden
station at White Oak Bottoms;
Cliffside, Cliffside lake; Wayah
Bald, Arrowood Glade; Santeet
lah (1) at warden station on
Santeetlah creek, and (2) at
warden station at mouth of
Barker's creek, U. S. Highway
129; and Fires creek, at warden
station lower management
boundary and at Bristol cabin
on stream near Carver's gap.
... and
Ride for
Personal transportation to of
fice, plant, school, and week
end trips. Relief from crowded
streetcars, overworked autos.
Safe, economical. New models
on display, ready for delivery.
$280.00 Pbu Tax"
Meets Every Safety Specifica
tion of the International
Pou er cycle Association
' Western Auto
Associate Store
Cows develop rabies quickly.
The President
Says . . .
Prices must oome
down to prevent in
We have complied with
the President's request
to reduce prices, and are
listing below a few
items that verify this.
Men's F ancy
25c Pr.
4 Prs. for 95c
4's to 8's
Special 19c
2 Prs. for 35c
For Grownups
9's to lOH's
Pastel Shades
Special 23c
2 Prs. for 45c
Print Dresses
For Girls and Misses
In the Latest Styles
4's to I4's
flfVy Gives Soaring Prices A1
Jr * Downward Shove With A
r I , '
HOth Birthday Celebration Sale!
Thursday, May 1st
Hundreds of Birthday Specials. . Advertised and
Unodvertised . . Save You Plenty on Summer Needs!
Wasn't it Mark Twain who said "Everybody talks
about the weather but nobody ever does anything
about it?" Well, there has been a lot of talk about
rising prices but little done about it! President T ru
man has asked that prices be brought down and
kept there. So, to start the ball rolling in Western
North Carolina, Ivey's takes a sock at high prices
with a gigantic 10th Birthday Celebration Sale with
VALUES the major theme! Ivey's doesn't believe
high prices are necessary. . .our great 10th Birthday
Sale proves it! ? ?* -
e Hundreds of Special
? Some will net be adrer
tieed. Come in to mo
? Savings a'pUnty in ar
?ry on# of our 59 dopart>
? Mako Thursday, May 1st
an "Ivay trtaiur* hunt!"
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