THURSDAY, MAY 22, 12:3
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State College Men Look
Over Nantahala Nation
, On May IS Professor R. W. Hayes
of the Department of Forestry, North
Carolina State College of Agriculture
and Engineering, with sixteen mem-
Ders ot tne senior class, visuea me
Nantahala National forest for the pur
pose of studying the hardwood forest
conditions found on this forest as a
part of their regular course of study.
The young foresters visited the plant
and the woods -operation of the Bemis
Lumber company at Robbinsville, be
fore coming to Franklin. 'While on
the Nantahala they, made their head
quarters at Wilson Lick Cabin. Prob
lems in hardwood . forestry were dis
cussed with Assistant Regional For
ester R. M. Evans of the Washing
ton headquarters of the forest service,
who was visiting the forest, as well
as with Supervisor Wood and Ranger
Byrd of the Nantahala.' The itner-
- ary included a trip to Wayah Bald
and an extensive study of the fire
detection and telephone communica
tion system as well as some of the
stands of mature hardwood timber
and cut-over areas in the' Nantahala
The fact that an accredited school
'of forestry has been established at
the State College is very gratifying
to North Carolinians, who are inter
ested in, the forestry movement. The
members' of the senior class were
very much pleased with their trip
to the Nantahala, and, it is helped
that this forest will be used annually
as a summer camp by the senior
class of . the North Carolina Forest
Macon county has one forestry
Mrs. II. M. Lyon and Mrs. Clark
of Atlanta, have been visiting Mrs.
Miss Helen Moore who has been
teaching in Burrville, Tenn., is at
home for the summer.
Beginning Sunday morning, Rev.
C. F. Farris will conduct a series
of revival services at Union church.
Mrs. J. Ii. Addington and Miss
Angie McPherson are visiting in Toc
The whole community was sadden
ed by the news of the sudden death
of one of our1 oldest citizens Mr.
Fayette Henson was found dead in
his bed Monday morning by his son,
Floyd. Mr. Henson who was 79 years
of 'age has been in tailing health for
Mrs. J. C. Hamby of Atlanta, is
visiting the family of her son, Joe
Messers Ted and June Davis of
Burrville, Tenn., have been visitors
m the home of Mrs. J. W. Moore,
The Sunday school at Prentiss Bap
tist church observed Mother's Day
with an appropriate program.
Misses Helen and Carrie Moore
have gone to Hopewell, Va., where
they will visit their aunt, Mrs. Thad
Patton. . v
Miss Emma Gribble, has returned
home from Lake Helen, Fla., where
she spent the winter.
student, Alex Setser, enrolled in the
freshman class of the Forest school
of the college. . Mr.' Setser and Mr.
Harry E. Altman, a junior will, be
employed during vacation as student
assistants on the Nantahala forest
this summer. If is the policy of the
National . forests to employ, as .many
as they can utilize during summer
vacations, young men of the country
who are taking courses in forestry.
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Clean-Up Day of Cemetery
And Church Property
Friday, May 30, lias been designated
as "Clean-Up Day" for Bethel church
preperty and cemetery. Let all our
people and friends who have relatives
buried in Bethel cemetery be pres
ent to do a good day's work.
You will please bring such tools as
are adapted to do such work.
H. C. FREEMAN, Pastor.
Revival at Union
The revival meeting at Union church
of Macon circuit began Sunday morn
ing. Uniort Methodist church haSI
looked forward for some time to a
revival which will have a lasting in
fluence on many people in the coun-
Sunday morning the pastor, Rev.
C. F, Farris, opened the services with
the message, "The potter and the
clay." There was s pecial music, a
duet by Rev. and Mrs. Farris, and an
attentive congregation was present to
take part in the service. The meet
ing will la?t through this week and
the next, and everyone that will at
tend is welcome to the services of
Each evening, beside the regular
morning services, special music will
be on the program.
Sunday morning the regular month
ly service at Mt. Zion church will be
held, and Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock the service at Maidens. The
people at Mt. Zion-are greatly be
rieved at the death of Mr. Jacob
Slagle, one of the best workers the
community has known in many years.
The quarterly conference of the
circuit will also be held at Mt.. Zion
on June 29.
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Of the hundreds of thousands of owners of General;
Electric Refrigerators not one has paid a cent for service
What a Proof
To demonstrate the trouble-free
operation of General Elec
tric Refrigerators, the mech
anism was submerged in
water and still ran on!
What a Proof
Tests were conducted to dis
cover the durability of doors,
latches and hinsea. Thev wcm
gSFSS!? stopped after a period equal
io ou years ot wear!
What a Proof
The freezing, control was
tested for a period equal to 465
years. At the end of that time,
it was still going strong.
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PHONE 57 FRANKLIN, N. C
J. E. Danielson and family motored
over to Marysville, Tenn., on Wed
nesday of last week and returned
home Thursday evening.
Mr. Ed Wright who is employed
by the Champion' Fibre company mo
tored over to Proctor to spend the
week-end with his parents.
Mr. Frank Lifter, brakeman of the
Andrews-Nantahala railroad, left last
week for Forney where he is spend
ing 10 days' vacation.
Mrs. Ed Cloer, who underwent an
operation for appendicitis at Angels'
hospital last week, is reported to be
doiong fine and returned home last
After spending the week-end in
Waynesville and. Asheville Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Nuckols returned home on
Mr. A. B. Summers of Mount
Crawford, Va., arrived on Sunday of
last week ot spend the summer as
the guest-of Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Mrs. Nancy Wright and son, Scott,
of Procter, snent Sunday; as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Duke Holcombe.
Mrs. M. D. Cuthberston entertained
at an Easter dinner in honor of. her
Sunday school class, recently, and
a delightful dinner was enjoyed by
all those who were present, including :
Miss Pauline Cuthberston, Miss Ge
neva Gilland, Gertrude Holcombe,
Benlash Holcombe, Edith Sneed, Geor
gia Bryant and Ruth Bateman.
" Mrs. Wylic Vaught was hostess at
an Easter luncheon at her home on
Black street complimenting Misses
Geneva Gilland. .Georgia Bryant, Lucy
Bateman and Edith Sneed 'vand
Messers Paul Vaught, Glenn Sneed
and Clifford Vaught. .
Mr. Fred Glance of Clvdc arrived
last Monday for a stay in Rainbow
Springs during this summer.
Mr. and' Mrs. E. Nichols of An
drews arrived . last Saturday after
noon for a few davs' stay as guests
of Mr. and . Mrs. Charlie ' Crowder. .
Mr. 'John Hall of Marble snent
last week with his daughter, Mrs.
J. F. Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Bateman of
Park Creek spent last Sunday as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bate
man. The many friends of Mrs. Roy
Williams are glad to learn that she
is doing . very well after returning
home from Angels' hospital recently.
Attorney Boykin of Atlanta, accom
panied by Messers Adams and Duf
fey, also of that' city, have just re
turned to Atlanta after spending some
time in Aquone. These admirers of
tjie Nantahalas come heer each seas
on to spend a short vacation.
The two-year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Tatherow of this commun
ity was found dead in bed last Wed
nesday night. The cause of death
is unknown. The neighbors sympa
thize deeply with the familv in their
loss. Interment was Thursday in the
new cemetery purchased some time
ago by the Nantahala Power and
Light company on the Murphy road
twq miles above Aquone. This was
the second burial in this cemetery.
Mrs-. Peter Lambert was buried there
vla?t winter. '
Mrs. Addie Eller and daughter,
Miss Eva Eller, of Tusquitta, visited
relatives in Aquone, recently.
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Toilet Sets !
Bags Perfumes '
Fine Mirrors '
and many other items suitable for
gifts for the girl or young man grad
uate. "On the Square" Franklin, N. C.
That Our Sale Is Progressing
The good people are talking and saying, "If you
want Bargains, go to Jos. Ashear's, '
New Shipment, of Shoes for All 4
i. t PRICES RIGHT
The Biggest Bargain in
. Macon County in
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Buy Two Dresses and Pay for One
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS IN
"The Bargain Store" JOS. ASHEAR
Where the Whole
IP you like tantalizing, toe-tickling music,
JJl yu want to spend an evening of pure
unalloyed joy amid a friendly crowd in
the most popular dance spot then bring- her.
to the Scott Griffin Roof Garden where cool
ing breezes, soothing syncopation and a good
time are always assured.
Friday Night - May 23 - 1930
FROM NINE UNTIL TWELVE-THIRTY
Sunny South Orchestra v
Gentlemen, $2.00 Admission Ladies, Free
Scott Griffin Hotel