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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Long.
Jr., of Atlanta, Oa.. formerly of
Franklin, a daughter, June 5 at
.Hall County Hospital, Gainesville.
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... THE SICK
Angel Clinic
Raphael Forester, of Franklin
| and Pickens, 8. C.. underwent
surgery Saturday.
E. L. Miller, of Franklin, under
j went surgery Saturday.
Ray Mashburn, of Franklin, ad
mitted for treatment,
Mrs. Jessie Rogers, of Franklin,
admitted for surgery.
Mrs. D. L. Rogers, of Franklin,
admitted for surgery.
Mrs. Zadle Wykle, of Franklin,
admitted for treatment.
Norman Hollifleld, of Franklin.
Route 1, admitted for surgery.
Clyde Watts, of Franklin and
Raleigh, admitted for surgery.
Miss Brenda Stiyinter, of Flint.
Mich., and Franklin, admitted for
surgery.
Sgt. Leland Evitt. of Franklin
and Fort Lewis, Wash., underwent
surgery Friday.
Mack Sanders, of Franklin and
Charlotte, has been discharged.
Phillip Brown, of Franklin and
Valdese, underwent surgery last
Wednesday.
Miss Ethel Craine, of High
lands, discharged to her home.
Hazel Talley, of Highlands, ad
mitted for treatment.
Angel Hospital
Darrel Eugene Owens, of High
lands, has been discharged as
improved following treatment.
I Miss Maude Crane, of High
lands, has been discharged as im
proved following surgery.
Mrs. Claude L. Roper, of Frank
lin, Route 3, is improving follow
ing surgery.
Mrs. Larry C. Moss, of Franklin.
Route 3, has been discharged as
improved following surgery.
Mrs. Garfield Houston, of
-'Franklin. Route 3, has been dis
charged as improved following sur
gery.
Dennis Ed\vin Setser, of Franfc
! lin. Route 2, has been discharged
as improved following surgery.
David Lee Setser, of Franklin.
Route 2. has been discharged as
improved following surgery.
John Wendell Phillips, ol Frank
lin. has been discharged as lm
Piuvea following surgery.
Marvin L. Holt, of Highlands,
is a patient for treatment.
Mrs. L. C. Billingsley. og High
lands, is a patient for treatment.
Mrs. Harvey Green, of High
lands, is a patient for treatment.,
Marvin W. StClair. of Frank
lin, Route 1, is improving follow
ing surgery.
Mrs. Harry Holt, of Highlands,
is a patient for treatment.
Mrs. Frank D. Ray. of Franklin,
Route 2. is a patient for treat
ment.
Mrs. Kav Montague, of Frank
lin. is a patient for treatment.
1 Edwin Burt Waldroop. of Frank
lin, Route 1, is a patient for treat
ment.
Mrs. Carl Leatherman. of Frank
j lin, is a patient for treatment.
Mrs. Andrew Gregory, of Frank
lin, Route 5, is a patient for treat
ment.
Robert William Zanders, of
j Franklin, Route 1, is a patient for
^treatment.
Fred Stanley Henry, of Frank
| lin. Route 5, is a patient for treat
i ment.
Ml^s Mary Nancy Dayton, of
Franklin, Route 1, is a patient
ifor treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hoover
iHenson, of Franklin. Route 2, a
daughter, Mary Elizabeth. June
7 at Angel Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Drake,
of Franklin. Route 3. a daugh
ter, Mildred Angela, June 8 at
Angel Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Teem,
of Franklin. Route 5, a son, Dan
ny Joe, June 10 at Angel Hos
pital.
ON DEAN'S LIST
Miss Lela Jo Galley, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gall- "
ey, of Franklin, was one of th?
students at Brevard College,
Brevard, who was named on the
dean's list for the last semester.
Miss Galley is a rising sopho
more.
Our Precious Dad
In memory of Walter Lee Potts
Now gone from this world
is our father so dear.
Leaving the old home-place
so lonely and drear.
He's found that bright home
of sweet peace and rest,
for which he's been seeking,
prepared for the blest.
Our mother's still with us
God bless her dear heart
and with her we're waiting
for the clouds to part,
revealing our Saviour
bursting the blue skies
then out of their graves '
our loved ones will rise
and we'll be caught up
to meet them in mid-air
forever to be together.
Gods glory to share
By: Mrs. Ila Hollana
    

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