We rebuild and repair Seed
Organs. Recover organ and
piano key beards. Tune Pi
anos In A -440 radio and tele
Frokawk Specialty Shop
GREER, S. C.
Highway 14, North
To Wayab District
A new Junior forester has re
ported lor duty on the Wayah
District of the Nantahal&s.
He's Phillip McCollum Clark,
a native of Jersey Shore, Pa.
He comes here from Mlfflln
burg, Pa., where he worked for
The Clarks and their two
children are living In Mrs. Mar
garet Cooper's house on West
DOCTOR VISITING HERE
Dr. Lloyd B. Klngsbeqr, who
is head of Orthopedic surgery
division of the United Fruit
Company in La Lima, Hondur
as, is here for a few days vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Klngsbery, at their home
1 on White Oak Street. Dr. Klngs
bery Is en route from Geneva,
Switzerland, where he spoke_on_
"Poliomyelitis and Orthopedic
, Surgery in Honduras" at the
meeting of the International
College ol Surgeons.
As far back as 1904. Franklin
had eight general merchandise
May We Suggest
For A Gift Or
AUTHENTIC MOUNTAIN GIFTS
Here Are A Few Suggestions . . .
These are hand woven linen towels, beautifully de
signed with an appropriate Centennial motif. They
will last until the next Centennial ? well almost.
.HAND WOVEN BASKETS, TRAYS
DISH MATS, AND ICE TEA COASTERS
For a gift that literally shouts "Mountain Craft"
give a woven serving set. Really an article those who
serve out of doors will appreciate.
One of these handsome trays by a skilled artisan
is a gift that will last a lifetime.
Tour choice of the light, fragrant Sourwood honey
or the darker more full bodied Mountain Honey.
JAMS AND JELLIES
All these are made the "old-fashioned way" with
no preservative added to taint the wonderful Moun
tain flavor. Honest, Jams and Jellies like these can
hardly be found today.
HAND MADE WOODEN SOUVENIRS
Letter holders, Doll Furniture, and Steak Boards.
LINEN PLACE SETS AND NAPKINS
These are beautifully designed and dome by a skill
ed and trained artist. They are beautiful.
HAND WROUGHT SILVER JEWLERY
The famous Stuart Nye Dogwood Jewelry in sterl
ing silver or copper. Remember the design is never
old and the material becomes more beautiful through
Please remember these two things:
1. Our products are authentic Mountain Crafts made or grown in
Western North Carolina.
2. We will be glad to mail gifts for you.
Look for "The Mountaineer". He is your friend.
The Mountaineer Craft Shop
Across from the Indian Mound on US 441 and 23
Franklin, N. C.
AMERICA GOES FOR
THE "ROCKET" ,
Super "IS" Holiday Sedan.
and how it oo<f*?=; for you !
All across the 48 states . . . it's "88" . . . it's Ninety -Eight
... it's Oldsmobile! You see them everywhere . . . they stand
oat anywhere! In fact, Oldsmobile is making more cara
that are thrilling more people than ever before! For only
Olds has the dash of "flying color" styling . . . only Olds
has the flash of brilliant "Rocket" Engine power with
Hydra-Matie Super Drive*! These are the big reasons
Oldsmobile is going over so big this year with every,
body! Now's the right time for you to .drive a "Rocket"
Oldsmobile! See us for a generous appraisal! Remember,
there's a "Rocket" for every pocket ! ?* moprunj ? ?n m.
A "ROWCIT" FOB IVKRT POCMTI
And you'll find on* priced just right for youl
Choose from thirteen gorgeous models k
Oldtmobfle's free tfuilling series . ; ; luxurious
Nlnety-Bght, the brfltianl Super "88" and A*
budget-priced "88"l Oldsmobile "88" 2-Door
Sedan illustrated. -
BURRELL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc.
PHONE 123 FRANKLIN. N. C
? DON'T MISS OLDSMO BILE'S 1%-HOUR "SPECTACULAR" ? SATURDAY, JULY 1 ? NBC-TV
FIRST CHURCH j
Slated For Sunday;
School For Monday
The First Baptist Church's an
nual two-week dally vacation
Bible school is scheduled to open
Monday morning with Mrs. Cur
tis Pearson as principal.
Hours daily through Friday will
be 9 to 12 noon.
"Preparation Day" will be Sun
day at 5:30 p. m.
For the Bible school, Miss Judy
Hooker will be pianist and Miss
Nancy Angel will be in charge of
Mrs. Verlon Swafford and Mrs.
R. D. Carson are in charge of
refreshments. Mrs. Carson is sec
Workers, by departments, in
Nursey; Mrs. Naaman Elliott, 1
superintendent, Mrs, Rondal Con- :
ley, Mrs. John Guffey, and Miss
Beginner A: Mrs. Fred Vaughn,
superintendent, Mrs. Fred Salaln,
Mrs. Hunter Young, and Mrs.
Beginner B: Mrs. A. L. Whitak
er, superintendent, Mrs. Paul
Long, Mrs. Reid Womack, and
Miss Ruth Holden.
Primary A: Mrs. Charlie Rogers,
superintendent, Mrs. Ed Carpen
ter, Mrs. Clyde Blngh&am, and
Miss Beverly Higdon.
Primary B: Mrs. Paul Klnsland,
superintendent, Mrs. A. O. Cagle,
Mrs. Paul Carpenter, and Miss
Junior A: Mrs. Oscar Ledford,
superintendent, Mrs. Frank L.
Henry, Jr., Mrs. T. L. Jamison,
and the Rev. M. W. Chapman.
Junior B: Mrs. E. W. Fisher,
superintendent, Mrs. C. T. Tay
lor, Mrs. C. Banks Finger, and,
the Rev. M. W. Chapman.
Intermediate: Mrs. M. W. Chap
man, superintendent, Mrs. T. W.
Kiser, Mrs. Lee Tippett, and Mrs. j
J. D. Franks.
Bv MRS. JESSIE D. CABE
'Assistant Agent )
Since June is "Dairy Month"
and the emphasis is on drinking
more milk, I am turning the
column over this week to Nancy I
Cable, a leading 4-H club member
in this county, who wants to j
show one never outgrows the need
* * ?
We are living in the age of
soda pops. To keep with the times
we should forget about the drink
that first started us growing ?
Milk is for babies anyway. We'
re big people, soon will be ready
for college, and what is the use
to drink milk now that we are j
This is what we hear today |
from many young people, and j
adults too, who think they're too
old to drink milk.
If everyone decided there wasn't
any use to drink milk the Ameri
can race would gradually decline.
It takes milk' to keep Us grow
ing and going.
We never outgrow our need for
There are 10 reasons why we
should drink a quart of milk each
1. It contains more lime and
phosphorous than any other food
, and these elements are of the
best quality and in the necessary
j balance: therefore, milk is essent
ia! to the best Development of
bones and teeth.
2. It contains proteins of the
best quality; therefore, milk builds
3. It contains the best quality
of certain necessary minerals:
therefore, milk helps to preserve
balance in the diet.
4. It contains substance such
as minerals and vitamins, fre
quently lacking In many modem
foods: therefore, milk helps cor
rect the deficiencies of the aver
age modern diet.
5. It contains valuable vitamins.
Butterfat is known as one of the j
best food sources of the necessary
Vitamin A: therefore, milk pro- 1
motes growth and vitality and |
6 It contains fuel foods such j
as fat and sugar: therefore, milk j
furnishes engery for warmth and j
7. It oontalns iron of the finest j
quality, though in small amounts:
therefore, milk helps to enrich the !
8. It contains an easily digested I
natural sugar: therefore, milk
provides sugar In excellent form
9. It is a liquid and easy to J
take, and the quality of Its ele
ments renders it easily digested |
ind assimilated; therefore, milk
s easily digested.
10. Milk is essential to health. (
Idults should have a quart of |
nilk each day. or its equivalent ,
n dairy products. Children should
lave a quart of milk a day be- ;
lause it is necessary to proper ?
rrowth and no food can take
ts place for the proper develop
nent of bones and teeth; there
ore ? milk is the best health
Think of these reasons. If we 1
Irank a quart of soda pop instead,
what would happen? We wouldn't
let the necessary essentials for
jood body growth and. therefore,
?e wouldn't be healthy.
If we drank soda pop . all the
time there wouldn't be any need
In our country we have many
oeautlful dairy farms. We wouldn't
enjoy the beauty as much if every
where there is a farm there was
i pop factory instead.
In the days of Pharoah a per
son's wealth was measured by the
number of cows he had. If that
were so today there wouldn't fte
too many wealthy people.
* One sure way of being healthy
and staying healthy is to drink
Can't you see now that "you
never outgrow your need for
By Nancy Cable i
By HUGH BLAINE
The Patton Rural Community
Development Organization met
June 7 at the community build
ing with 4-H club members in
Martha Blaine gave the de
votional. using as her subject.
"What I Would Like to be 20
Years Prom Now."
For the program this month,
the 4-H club observed "Dairy
Month". Miss Helen Cochran gave
a food demonstration, using a
milk product in making cottage
At a brief business session
plans were completed for enter
ing a community float in the
Franklin Centennial parade.
Dorothy Morgan won the at
tendance prize for the month
Refreshments were served bv
members of the club.
The next community meeting
will be held July 5 with the me
of the community in charge of
AGENTS RETURN HOME
Assistant county agents James
Flanagan and Robert McNeil
returned from Raleigh Sunday
after a week of in-service train
ing at N. c. state College.
Back m 1767 _ 188~years ago
Alton?- Bn5l!sh:man crossed the
Altantic and came to Macon Coun
ty for special china clay.
CARD OF THANK8
We wish to express our thanks
M our many friends and neigh
bors for the' kind things they did
For us through the sickness and
leath of our mother, Mrs. W. H.
McCall Also for the beautiful
Remember . . .
DR. C. D. SMITH'S
"A Brief History
It's been out of print
for years, but now The
Press has reprinted it.
Copies of this fourth
edition of the old book
are now available at The
Press office, or will be
Most important news for dairy
farmers in a long time is the
new Dr. Hess wonder drug,
PEN-FZ. Mastitis germs don't
become resistant to this power
ful combination of penicillin
and nitrofurazone. Tested for
more than two years, it's the
most effective treatment ever
developed. One tube treats a
Dr. HESS PEN-FZ
A COWS BOSOM Ml
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
Franklin, X. C.
MMOOVUTEIS F0? 01. HCSt FARM ACEUTICAU
Financial Problems . . .
Who doesn't have them?
Generally, they result from one of two things:
Either we have financial problems because we
spend too much and save> too little; or we don't
manage our savings wisely.
Maybe a checking account would help you to
keep better track of what you spend. Maybe a
savings account with us would help you save
systematically. Maybe it would be good business
for you to borrow a little money to meet your
Whatever the problem, the chances are this
bank can be helpful. We invite you to come ia
and talk it over.
THE BANK OF FRANKLIN
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Your Walgreen Agency Store
During Centennial Celebration Week,
We Will Serve
(In Frosted Glasses)
Telephone 84 FRANKLIN, N. C.