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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, June 16, 1955, Franklin Centennial Edition, SECTION A, Page 10-A, Image 10

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I HI NTS TO THE MOKE YOU KNOW ? the easier will be the Job of clean ing bard surface floors. Know the characteristics of the floor sur face material. Keep the floors clean. Use water, soap and deter gent sparingly on hard surface floors. Remove spots quickly. Use floor sealers correctly. Avoid using oil on floor surfaces. Use the right ifloor cleaner. Choose the right floor wax and use it correctly. Maintain a good floor finish. USE ELECTRIC POLISHER ? Polishing floors by hand is long and tedious, and the homemaker finds it burdensome even though she appreciates the beauty and R. C. A. PHILCO AND EMERSON TV's ( See them at... ; Franks Radio & Electric Co. Mack and J. D. Phone 249 Franklin Everybody k^.1 A w * Is having their Tires Recapped Here Also VULCANIZING ? New LEE and GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES Franklin Tire Shop C. D. Green C. H. Pennington East Mala Street At Foot of Town HOI Phone Sl-J longevity that wax adds to her floors. The answer Is an electric floor polisher. The electricity, rather than the homemaker, furn ishes the power. An electric floor polisher saves time and energery ? and money by saving the flooring. Electrically polished floors have greater beau ty. Power polishing gives greater sheen and reveals all the design of the grain or material. MOTHS ? ? Moths larvae feed on dirt and grease In fabric. The primary rule of moth prevention is to make sure garments and blankets are clean before storing, using soap and water washing where posssible. Store clean items in healed bags or packages. * Stale College Answers Timely Farm Questions Q. How long should I let my cow stay dry? A. Six to eight weeks, according to T. C. Blalock, dairy extension specialist. A cow's normal lacta tion length is 10 months, with a six to eight week "rest period" before the next lactation. If you reduce the dry period, she will probably give much less milk dur ing the next lactation. Cows need the rest to repair any damage done to the complicated parts of her milk producing system. One study showed that cows given the six to eight weeks dry period produced 1.000 pounds more milk than cows that were dry less than 30 days. Q. I can't dry my cow up; what can I do about it? A. You're lucky to have such ;ood milkers, say Blalock. but they should get a normal dry period. On heavy milkers, reduce reed and water until production drops to about 20 pounds a day ind then just quit milking. They'll Iry up. If a cow has had mastitis, watch her closely; if inflamma tion shows, milk her out again. Q Can I get a loan to build jrain storage. A. Yes, you can borrow up to 80 per cent of the cost, before erection, through your ASC office. Demonstration Club Meetings For Week Are Announced Meetings of home demonstra tion clubs In the county for the coming week have been an nounced by Mrs. Florence S. Sherrill, county home demon stration agent. They are as fol lows: Monday: Nantahala club at 7:30 p. m. at the school; Hickory Knoll club at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Howell Justice; Highlands club at 2:30 p. m. in the base ment of the Presbyterian church, with Mrs. Jack Laros and Mrs Echol Roland as hostesses. Tuesday: Oak Grove club with Mrs. Ralph Bradley at 2 p.m.: Walnut Creek club at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Fred Wood Wednesday: Upper Cartooge chaye club at the home of Mrs. Wilson Curtis at 2 p. m. Thursday: Clark's Chapel club with Mrs. Ardell Cabe at 2 p. m.: Franklin club at 8 p. m. at the Agricultural Building. of delicious n-Bme drink tfOMitEft is OK! Htlp ytmrt^H to ? Ktaf 9m drink o# KOftKEK . . . fto B0W OK lifrwiiif ?Mi ? tomgy kmon-lim* law. C r?* * might ? mighty (m?o mmH ' S my ? Korbr b OKI DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Small Still Destroyed A small 20-gallon still, "mash ed back" far a run, was destroy ed by Sheriff J. Harry Thomas and Deputy Newell Pendergrass on the head of Ellljay near Jackson County line June 2. The. unit was not In operation and no arrest was made, the sheriff said. In addition to the copper ' unit, the officers dumped about 250 gallons of mash and smash ed other distilling equipment. Sheriff Thomas said the mash would have been ready for a run in about two days. Agents In Raleigh For Program Workshop Mrs. Margaret D. Smith. John J. Wrinn, and Robert McNeil, as sistant agents in charge of the local Farm and Home Develop ment Program, are in Raleigh this week for a special workshop dealing with the program. They will return Saturday. New Navy Recruiting Schedule Announced A new schedule has been an nounced by the U. S. Navy Re cruiting Branch Station in Frank lin for interviewing potential en listees in the area. - The schedule: j Sylva ? Monday, 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Murphy ? Tuesday. 9:3Q to 4. Bryson City ? Wednesday, 9:30 to 4. Robbinsville? Thursday, 9:30 to 4. Andrews ? Friday. 9:30 to 11:30. Hayesville ? Friday, 12:30 to 4. Franklin ? daily, 8 to 5:30 and 9 to noon on Saturday. Fagg And Wrinn Go To Laurel Spring* County Agent T. H. Fagg and one of his assistant agents, John J. Wrinn, spent last Thursday and Friday at the Transon Experiment Station In laurel Springs obser ving and taking part In expert mental work on pastures, beef cat tle. and sheep. Macon was organized as a coun. ty in 1839. Legal Advertising ADMINISTRATOR G. T. A. NOTICE Having qualified as adminis trator C. T. A. of the estate of Bessie A., Cleavel&nd, deceased, late of Macon County, N. C., this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 10th day of May, 1956, or this notice will be plead In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate set tlement. This 10th day of May, 1955. MAURICE CLEAVELAND, Administrator C. T. A. , M12 ? 6tp ? J16 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT SERVICE BY PUBLICATION NORTH CAROUNA MACON COUNTY I RUBY COWARD QUEEN j vs BENNIE QUEEN The defendant. Bennie Queen, will take notice that an actio:; as above entitled has been com menced in the Superior Court of Macon County, North Carolina, for the purpose of obtaining an ? absolute divorce on the part ot the plaintiff from the defendant on the grounds of two years sep aration; and the defendant wil". further take notice that he is rt I quired to appear at the office ol i the Clerk of the Superior Court of said County in the Courthouse ! at Franklin, N. C., not later than | (be 25th day of July. 1955, and I answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said Com plaint. This the 31 day of May. 1995. a/ Kate M. Wrinn Clerk Superior Court J2? 4tc ? J23 NOTICE OF SUMMONS In The Superior Caurt NORTH CAROLINA, MACON COUNTY. MACON OOUNTY vs. MAUD HIOOON, widow of L. H. H1GDON. LYIJC HIODON & wife, MERTY HIODON, L. H. HIODON. JR.. and wife. DOROTHY HIG DON, LOUISE CRAWFORD & husband. BILL CRAWFORD. A VERY MASHBURN, RICHARD MASHBURN & Wife, EVA MASH BURN, ELAINE MASHBURN WILSON & husband COLEMAN WILSON. HARRIETT ELLEN MASHBURN. single. The Defendants. LYLE HIO DON & wife, MERTY HIODON. MAUD HIODON. LOUISE CRAW FORD & husband. BILL CRAW FORD, RICHARD MASHBURN & wife, EVA MASHBURN will take notice that an action entitled as above, has been commenced in the Superior Court of Macon County. North Carolina, for the purpose of foreclosing a tax lien on property in Macon County. North Carolina, and in which the defendants have an interest, and are proper parties thereto. It Is further ordered by the court that the defendants, LYLF HIGDON & wife, MERTY HIO DON, MAUD HIODON. LOUISE CRAWFORD & husband, BILI. CRAWFORD, RICHARD MASH BURN & wife, EVA MASHBURN. are required to appear at the of fice of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Macon County, North Carolina, at his office in Frank lin. on the 25th day of June. 1955 and answer or demur to the com plaint of the plaintiff, or the relief demanded in said complaint will be granted. This the 25th day of May, 1955. KATE McGEE, Clerk Superior Court J2 ? 4tc ? JJ ? J23 I is node Special for you! yf. I*'*/ J*"*' f 'HV J TM VALVAR! CMIfON ON (VWT M CAN NWfWIM MOHtY OM HOVMNOU) ITIMJ WHnH. mnlillH iillHil r ; ^ : ?'"* .,> U ->??' in Low- Priced . & 5 ???? ? .?' . ,;. Jrii* "?? ?? *? -??. . ? . .. '?: "'??'! ' ;? ??. ? .%??>: '??* , ?/v.^jr;w.. 4 '????. ?*V'l W: -J?-> '4.. Hottest-Selling Buick in History No wonder you see so many '55 Buicks on the highways? they're rolling up bigger sales than ever before in history ?capping the popularity that has already moved Buick into the top circle of America's best sellers. ?3do0'' I*."" "8Sw^? SPtC'*,.J OPtionol W'?" addillo""!' ??wvO'V sH?klW I" Sr'.W S? This is a Buick? a 2-door, 6-passen ger Special Sedan. It packs a walloping 188-hp V8 engine under the hood? is carried on a str ping 122-inch wheelbase? rides w..a the luxury cushioning of all-coil springing, the solid steadiness of a full length torque-tube drive, the extra safety and silence of tubeless tires. , It's big and brawny and road-steady i and roomy? each seat cushion meas ! ures over five feet in width. ^ \et this broad beauty? as the price we show here proves? delivers locally for just about the price of the well-known smaller cars ? even below some models of those very same cars. tack Sales Are Soaring To New Best-Seller Highs That, for sure, is one reason why Buick sales go higher and higher and higher. More and more people are finding that you can buy a Buick for the price of a smaller car, so more and more people are getting this bigger buy for their money. They want the bigger package of sheer automobile for the money that they get in Buick? bigger in power thrill, in roomy comfort, in riding steadiness, in structural solidity. They want the added prestige and pleasure of owning Buick styling and size? and the added safety and sure ness of Buick roadability and handling ease. They want, too, the spectacular per formance and better gas mileage of Variable Pitch Dynaflowf? easily yours at modest extra cost. And they certainly want the choice Buick offers of a car in every price range, with each one the buy in its field ? the low-price Special, the supremely-powered Century, the extra-roomy Super, and the custom built Roadmaster. Why don't you come in for a visit and see how much real automobile your money can buy here? ?fDynaflow Drive is standard on Roadmaster, optional at extra cost on other Series. "Thrill of the year is Buick Enjoy cooled, filtered air (or less than yon think with Bniek's AIRCONDITIONER It's a genuine Frifidaire whim acme automosiim am wiit suick wiu buiid imcm Phone 233 Macon Motor Company Authorized Buick Dealer Pahner Street, West Franklin, N. C

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