Section 2.  Corporate limits.
   (A)   The corporate limits of the Town of Franklin shall be and embrace all that territory lying in Macon County within a radius of one mile of the present Macon County courthouse.
   (B)   The corporate limits of the Town of Franklin, a municipal corporation located in Macon County, North Carolina, shall be extended by annexing to the territory now within the corporate limits the area of land embraced within the following boundaries, to-wit:
   Beginning at a point where the north boundary line of the right of way of U.S. Highway No. 64 west of Franklin intersects the present line defining the corporate limits of the Town of Franklin; runs westward with the north boundary line of the right of way of U.S. Highway No. 64 to a point where the north boundary line of the right of way of U.S. Highway No. 64 intersects a prolongation of the west boundary line of Woodlawn Cemetery; then following the west boundary line of Woodlawn Cemetery property to its southwest corner; then following the southern boundary line of the Woodlawn Cemetery property to its southeast corner; then following the east and southeast boundary lines of Woodlawn Cemetery property to its northeast corner near the entrance of the Roten Road; then following the south boundary line of the right of way of U.S. Highway No. 64 to the line defining the present corporate limits of the Town of Franklin; thence to the beginning.
   (C)   Beginning at a stake in the south edge of U.S. Highway 64 West of Franklin, North Carolina running south 19 degrees 5 minutes east 185 feet east to a point in the center of Crawford Branch, thence with center of Crawford Branch south 37 degrees 30 minutes west 218 feet to a point, thence south 3 degrees 30 minutes east 117 feet thence south 3 degrees 0 minutes east 65 feet thence south 34 degrees 30 minutes west 87 feet thence south 24 degrees 0 minutes west 152 feet thence south 62 degrees 0 minutes west 95 feet to a point where Crawford Branch intersects with a small branch along Fred Conley's east line thence with the branch south 3 degrees 30 minutes west 456 feet to a point.  Thence south 48 degrees 0 minutes east 453 feet to a point.  Thence north 82 degrees 45 feet.  East 227 feet.  Thence south 140.7 degrees to a point in the north edge of Womack Street thence along the north edge of Womack Street in an easterly direction 93-2 feet thence in a northwesterly direction along the west line of Harry Potts 159.3 feet to the southwest corner of Lot No. 16.  Thence north 83 degrees 30 minutes east 165.9 feet to an I.P.  Thence north 11 degrees west 59.5 feet.  Thence north 69 degrees 0 minutes east 213 feet to an I.P.  Thence north 0 degrees 17 minutes east 145 feet to a concrete monument thence north 24 degrees 36 minutes west 1118.9 feet to a red oak thence north 19 degrees 5 minutes west 211 feet to a point in U.S. Highway 64, thence in a westerly direction with U.S. Highway 64 in a westerly direction 62 feet to a point of beginning.
The  same  being  the  boundary  description of Forest Hills Subdivision recorded on plat as surveyed by R.H. Slagle and J.R. Bradley on April- May 1955 and recorded on page 186 plat book No. 1 - records of Macon County, North Carolina.
   (D)   Beginning at a point in the center line of Third Street, the beginning corner being located north 27 degrees 45 minutes east 125 feet from the intersection of the center line of Third Street with the north margin of Cherry Street in the Town of Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina; runs thence with the center of Third Street, north 27 degrees 45 minutes east 635 feet to a point in the center line of the street; thence continuing with the center line of the street north 50 degrees east 277 feet to a point in the center line of the street at the south margin of the Holly Springs Road; thence a northwest direction approximately 15 feet to an iron pipe set on the west margin of Third Street, a corner common to the R.B. Waldroop property; thence north 89 degrees 15 minutes west 135 feet to an iron pipe at the northernmost corner of Lot No. 10 of Highland Acres Subdivision; thence south 22 degrees 43 minutes west 15 feet to a stake; thence north 62 degrees 7 minutes west 150 feet to a stake; thence south 27 degrees 30 minutes west with the east boundary line of the Lyman Field Subdivision 824 feet to an iron pipe, a corner common to the R. Cunningham lot; thence south 65 degrees 51 minutes east 150 feet to the point of beginning.
   (E)   All laws and clauses of laws applicable to the Town of Franklin according to the corporate limits as heretofore defined, shall be applicable to the Town of Franklin with the extended boundaries as set forth in division (B) above as fully as if the extended boundaries had been set forth in the original charter of the municipal corporation, and each amendment thereto, and each re-enactment of the charter. (Pr. Laws 1905, C. 26, Sec. 2; Pr. Laws 1915, C. 189, Sec. 1; Sess. Laws 1949, C. 129)