Lists Pupils On Honor Roll At Franklin' The Franklin elementary and high school honor roll lor the first half of the year was an nounced this week by W H. Finley, principal. About eight per cent of the enrolled student body was In cluded on the honor roll. The list is as follows: Second grade: Joan Burrell, Edith Leopard, Susie Mashburn, Boyd McElroy, Frances Tallent, David Alexander, Sue . Bailey, Judy Sue Houston, Mary Louise Long, and Betty Russell. Third grade: John Randolph Bulgin, Helen Cochrane, Mar garet Jones, Joan Thomas, Dor is Bailey, Evelyn Joines, Jean Phillips, and Jimmy Tysinger. Fourth grade : Crawford Moore, Margaret Allison, Ruth Ann Crawford, Tommy Gnuse, GOOD FOOD ? CAGLE'S CAFE ? GOOD SERVICE FURNACES COAL and OIL Furnaces Air Conditioning "We Specialize In Home Comfort" v WARM-AIRE HEATING CO. Asheville, N. C. Phone 1357 - 58 Broadway Judaon Hall, Monroe MoClur*, BUI Mtndenhall, Joy Ana Mc Collum, Beverly Stockton, and Marjorle Moody. Filth grade: Caroline Reece. Robert Slier, Betty Hurst, Her bert McKelvey, Virginia Swan son, and Bobby Womack. Sixth grade: Jena Sue Cun ningham, Thad Dowdle, Frank Allison, Robert Finley, Max Henderson, Viola Keener, Ray mond Ledford, and Jimmie Sherrill. Seventh grade: Paul Kiliian, Julia Moody, Martha Roten, Mertus Angel, and Jack Love. Eighth grade: Charlotte Love, Georgia McDonald, and Martha Ann Stockton. Ninth grade: Carolyn Bryson, Una Crawford, Dudley Conley, Frank Henry, Connaree Nolen, Harold Norton, Wilma Phillips, Freda Siler, Luanne Gibson, Barbara Gribble, Christine Hall, Barbara Holland, Sarah Led ford, Mary Sue Potts, Mariann Sherrill, and Ann Teague. Tenth grade: oonald Brown, Sarah Dalrymple, Jean Hopkins, and Nell Waldroop. Eleventh grade: Mary Alice Archer, Iris Cabe, Julia Anne Higdon, Elizabeth Ann Phillips, Ethel Roper, and Margaret Set ser. Twelfth grade: Anne Cabe, Willie Curtis, Marie Jennings, Ruby Elliott, Katherine Furr, Barbara Childers, Juanita Allen, Lucille Hannah, Mary Will Hen son, Ann Lyle, Maxine Roten, Jewell Norton, and Grace Tal lent. Bound Over As Result Of Alleged Robbery Attempt R. L. Williams, 20, of Jackson county, appeared before Mag istrate John Moore Monday, after being charged with as sault with a deadly weapon, and was bound over to the next term of the superior court, aft er making bond for $300. The charges grew out of al leged attempt by Williams to rob Kimsey Cabe, a taxi driver of Sylva. Williams had employed Mr. FOR YOUR CHOICE WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING . 1947 Kaiser Custom Sedan 1941 Ford Tudor 1940 Ford Sedan 1940 Ford Opera Coupe 1938 Plymouth Coupe 1936 Chevrolet Sedan TRUCKS 1948 Federal 18M2 1941 Dodge P/2 ton 1941 Ford Pick-up 1940 GMC Pick up 1937 Dodge 1% ton MOONEY MOTOR CO. Dealers for Kaiser-Frazer Autos and Federal Trucks "Remember, We Can Deliver Now" No Guesswork . . t Our motor experts don't "guest about your car's {health like your own doctor, we diagnose the trouble ? and then cure with top-notch repairs. MASHBURN'S GARAGE East Main Street Mrs. Blaine's Funeral Held Sunday At Patton Chapel Funeral services for Mrs. Har riett Sanders Blaine were held at the Patton Chapel Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Blaine, 77, who wis the widow of Charles L. Blaine, died Monday of last week, after an illness of two weeks. The services were conducted by the Rev. L. C. Stevens and the Rev. D. P. Grant. ? Pallbearers were Erwin Pat ton, Thad Patton, Harley Stew art, R. D. Wells, Sheiman Led- | ford and Charles M Rogers. Honorary pallbearers * were j Weaver Shope, Thad Nichols, j Lake V. Shope, Boyd Long, Harold Enloe, and Clyde Led ford. Mrs. Blaine, who was a na tive of Macon County and had j spent her entire life there, mar- I ried Mr. Blaine, a former coun- ] ty commissioner, March 28, 1895.'; Survivors include four sons, I : Arthur of Seattle, Wash., Earl ! and Ted of Franklin, Route 1', i and Harry, of Dillard, Ga ., Route 1; three daughters, Mrs. i Frank Hughes, of Asheville, Mrs. Mack Moffitt, of Franklin, and Mrs. Alex Cabe of Fontana Dam; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Nichols, of Franklin, Route 1, Mrs. William Jones, of Morgan ton, and Miss Itasca Sanders, of Prentiss; and 34 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Bro\yning Gold smith, of Pelzer, S. C., have an- j nounced the birth of a son, Joseph McCall Goldsmith, in a Greenville, S. C., hospital, Janu ary 27. Mrs. Goldsmith is the former Miss Lane Porter, of Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown, of Franklin, have announced the birth of a son, January 27 at Angel hospital. Mrs. Brown is the former Miss Mildred Cozad, of Frankiin. Cabe to bring him to Franklin from Sylva and just as they were ready to return, he threat ened the driver with a .22 cal ibre rifle which was in the car. After some discussion, during 1 which Cabe agreed to carry out Williams' wishes but told him he must first get some gas, the taxi pulled into the filling sta tion in East Franklin operated by H. H. Mashburn. Here the two engaged in a struggle for possession of the gun. Mr. Mashburn, who was on duty at the time; finally seized the gun and ordered both tho men to leave his plape of business. The filling station operator said that Cabe turned and went to ward town in his auto, with Williams going in the same di rection, on foot. A few minutes later Sheriff J. P. Bradley arrested Williams near the Indian mound and brought him to Jail. Shortly aft erwards the hearing was held before Magistrate Moore and Williams was released under bond. PLAN SlIB-DISTRICT MEET The sub-district of the Meth odist Youth Fellowship will be held Monday night at Clark's Chapel Methodist church, it has been announced by Manuel Hol land, president. N Relief At Last ForYour Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly be cause It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. In flamed bronchial mucous mem branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un derstanding you must like the way 1$ quickly allays the cough or frou are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Special Lunch 50c ? CHOICE OF MEATS Three Vegetables Hot Rolls Coffee Desert * Dixie Grill Hot Dogs and Hamburgers I Plan Series Of Community Farm Meetings Next Month A series of community meet ings is scheduled to be held throughout Macon County dur ing the nionth of February by the local Agriculture Extension service representatives. A feature of these lneetings will be a talking motion pic ture that both men and women will enjoy, it was said. In a letter signed by mem bers of the county jigtnti o. fice and the home demonstra tion agent's office, farm uim ilies are urged to pick out the meeting that held near est their home, mark the date on the calender, and bring the whole family. All meetings will start at 7:30 p. m., unless otherwise stated in the following schedule: Holly Springs school, Tues day iiight, February 3; Ridge Crest school, Wednesday night, February 4; Higdonville school, February 5; Pine Grove school, February 6; Highlands school Saturday morning 10:30 a. m. February 7; Oak Grove Baptist church, February 9; Cowee, j February 10; Liberty church, ! February 11; Iotla school, Feb- I ruary 12; Olive Hill church, February 13; Union Methodist church, February 16; Prentis i Baptist church, February 17; Hickory Knoll church, Febru ary 18; Upper Tesenta church. February 19; Otto school, Feb ruary 20; Kyle school, Febru ary 23; 3 p.. m.; Otter Creek school, February 23; Slagle school, February 24; Patton church, February 25; . Scaly school, February 26, and Tellico Baptist church, February 27. W orkstcck Clinic Schedule For Week Announced By Agent Workstcck clinics will be con ducted next week at the fol lowing places, according to an announcement by S. W. Men denhall, county farm agent: Mondayi at 1 p. m. at Clyde West's store, at 3 p. m. at Frank Moody's farm; Tuesday, 1 p. m. at A. G. Kinsland's farm, 3 p. m , at Lawrence Simmons' farm; Thursday, 1 p. m., John Taylor's farm, 3 p. m., Ben Gib son's store; Friday, 1 p. m. T. r. Henderson's farm, 3 p. m., George Doster's farm. D,rys Plan Series Of Gatherings At Baptist Churches A series of meetings to- ad vance the dry cause, called by the Rev. Lee Crawford, Baptist minister, will be held during the next week, Mr. Crawford has announced. All the meetings will be held at Baptist churches, and each is sst for 7:30' p. m. The days and places follow: Saturday, Ellijay; Sunday, Co weeta; ' Monday, Oak Grove; Tuesday, Cowee; and Wednes day, Pleasant Hill. FRANKLIN LIVESTOCK AUCTION ? Bring Your Livestock HERE For Highest Prices Sale Every Wednesday They Groy Corn Closa Together In Otto Section Iri the Otto section they grow their corn clos? together. Not that they plant the stalks close together, but they 'grow it close together on the stalk. At least some corn, grown by Fred Shope and now on display in The Press ofiice window, in dicates that that is the case. Seven ears grow where only o#e ordinarily would Iri the seyen-ear freak, a center ear is of normal size and development. Clustered round it, and grown to it, are six others, about half the ordinary length, and with the grains only on the outer sides. i ? , j , # Navy Recruiter Urges Boys To Stay In School Chief Julian P. Bird of the U. S. naval recruiting service made a short informal talk to Join Nov/! Protects the Whole I amity Potts' Burial Ass'h. Phone 164 or 174 th? malt members of th? wh ich- class of the Franklin High school Friday. The theme of the talk waa "Stay m School". Chief Bird asked the coopera tion of the seniors, as leaders, to keep boys in school -until I they graduate from high school. | He pointed out that the navy needs approximately 200,000 men this year, and cited the definite advantages that a high school graduate has over* the non-graduate in the Service. Southern Association baseball drew 1,831,236 fans in 1946. Macon Dry Cleaners Prompt Efficient Work FOR PICK UP SERVICE Phone 270 Carter YVboLesale Co., Inc. Distributors Toccoa, Ga. i ? ? *. MACON THEATKE^ WEEK DAYS ? Matinee 3:15; night 7:15-9:15. Friday, January 30 Paul Gamble In "SPORTS OF KINGS" I Saturday, January 31 ? Double Feature Program Lash LeRue In ? Also ? LONE WC\F IN LONDON" "LAW OF THE LASH" ? Owl Show at 10:30 ? Out at 12: Robt. Lowery In "JUNGLE FLI( Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Februj NOW 100 million moviegoers the stage Hot that wowed 10 million playgoers! i/'-.'. i- "" . WALT DISNEY CARTOON (?main?* MimuiMt mm ^7 Wednesday and Thursday, February 4 and 5 PjJL ? S al fpj3l^a?? ANDERSON ? JAGGER ? HALE ? JOHN RODNEY RAOUL WALSH ? MILTON SPERLING COLOR CARTOON I EASY AS FALLING OFF A LOG | VISSTON CHAIN SAW WITH - y (joQCrlute ZUjUt# "S But who wants to fall off a log when this gasoline-powered chain saw makes cutting 'em such a pleasure. That's bccause the DISSTON is the most powerful chain saw per-pound-of-weight ever built! The two foot unit weighs only 8.81 pounds per horsepower, and the 1 1 H.P. Mercury Gasoline Engine stays upright . . , . safe from dirt and damage . . . during felling, bucking and even inverted bucking. No detail ha< been tacrificed in the engineering of thit heavy-duty chain saw. Every feature hai been deiigned to permit ea>y, trouble-free operation. 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