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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, October 22, 1936, Image 2

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Thursday, Oct. 22, 193 NEWS PICK-UPS Mrs. Theirta Dickey called us u\ the other <iay to come d a ami have a look- at a huge ' unkia' Deberaux Biichfii 1 I gavd Bjr. It big . uough, v. , gv-s. to make a dog hou-c oat of for little Nettie's new white feist. Cut what won: us is how Dt-ueiaux raises ach biy stuff during the Jfcoosev; it a-snv*'!stratioi: wiih seeds ho get during Hoover's term in office. Tom Terrell, they te!l us. had to his, one the "Nude Eel" didn't his pig, one the "Nude ICe!" dind't get, had a bad habit of squealing at night. So one evening when the little fellow was creating a little more than his U.VUuI UI-tut banco hi* leg was broken in some mysterious way. Of course Tom doesn't know who did it, but he's mighty suspicious. And just to get even he's going to cook some good old home-cured ham before long, leave his window up and let the aroma drift across the street. Then see what happens. Extremes: Sam Coff:n the o?iier Sunday with his overcoat on standing ne*t to Don Gentry who was in his shitr sleeves. Carrie Brittain now has a jeep. She charges a nickle for every ques- j tion asked, but don't let her fool j you too. The darned thing doesn't | work. We spent our only half dollar! trying to find one girl that Hied us. Look-alikes: Harvo E'kins and Boyd Abernathy. Right now there is nothing that j appeals to us more than a trip like Kkins took around the globe. Won-1 der why u Scout reporter couldn't i have been sent out on that thing Observation: Some people get temperament all balled up with bad taste. Observation No. 2. There is more work than there was a year ago. Not nearly as many loafers hang around the drug store. (Who made that crack about us) ! And just to wind up a perfectly non-sen ieal thing like this, Dixie Palmer gives us her contribution. "How long'., she queries, "should a man's legs be?" "Long enough to reach the ground'* we guess correctly. "Shucks*', she <ays, "You've heard that one before." "Yeah", pipes up smart-alecky Williamson, "when Lincoln was President"! POld Resident Of Marble Section Buried Sunday V Funeral services for Mrs. P. 0. Earwood, S4, who died at the home of relatives in Marble Saturday, were conducted from the Marble Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with the Rev. O. Kelley officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. W. D. Townson was ir. charge of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Garwood, who is widely known through a large circle of friends and relatives in Cherokee and surrounding counties, was born and reared in this section. She had "I am a hearty e< HKBS ^9ki SUBWAY MOTORMAN (above). Clyde Smith, of New York City, likes a big steakthen enjoys Camels. He says:,fI eat what I want when I want it ? and then smoke Camels." 6 The Cheroke< Mr. Frank Trull 35, Of Marble, Buried Sunday | . w re conducted from j thv Mar : le Baptist church Sunday a*, ii o'clock with the Rev. i O. ik . officiating. Interment was | ir: I Mali > wmeUoy. W. D. T.?\ ii "i v. as i. charge of funeral ! auangen.ti.t-. i Mr. *1 i\:iI at " o'clock Saturiiioii'i;.:/ al'ler an illness of a . ' v. . He leaves a large host of friends and oi:e of the community* i list, tiding citizens. Honorary pallbearers were: C. S. Day. W. ! Barton, N. W. Aterna; i* i K. I. Quccn. Active pallbearers were: Wayne Anderson, Fred Barton. Carl and . Arnold Bryson and Sheridan KilpatI rick. Mower girls were: Vivian Anderson. Ruby Hall, Elane Kilpatrick, Amy King, 'harme Forrister and Francis Newman. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merriman Trull; four sisters,1 : Airs, Arthur Palmer, Mrs. Torn I Stansherry, and Misses Marie and j | tuciila Trull, and three brothers, ' Raleigh. Wayne and Claude Trull, | all of Marble. i ? i CHEROKEE COUNTY SEWING PROJECT OFFICES MOVED The "ffives of the Cherokee county PWA sewing rooms project have hr-'-n to the Brown building in Andrews. Mrs. W. W. Ashe, of Andrews, supervisor of the work in Cherokee i ' inty. had been attending to her duties in an office at the courthouse in Murphy until the move was made Friday. Sewing room projects employing more than 100 women, of which 33 , are employed in the sewing room in Andrews, are maintained in the Mur- 1 phy, Suit. Andrews, Ranger, Peach- j I tree, and Grape Creek communities. [ Miss Pearl Parker, of Andrews, is ] i a .sistant to Mrs. Ashe in the work in the county. Miss Edna Matheson I is stenographer in the local office. o BOY SCOUT NEWS By Joseph Simons, Scribe The Boy Scouts of America, Troop 1. Murphy, North Carolina met Tuesday at 7:00 o'clock in the basement of the Methodist church. After the Scouts' gave their their "'goo 1 deeds" they played guarding the flag. The Scouts had five visitors at the meeting. o An olevon-venr-nld u-Viito ??tl 1 Warnester, Strickland of New Or- ( leans, recently became the mother of an 8-pound baby boy through a Caesarean operation. The girl's mother is only 26, the two being I the youngest mother and grandmoth| er of which there is any record, physicians believe. been a member of the Boiling Springs Baptist church for years. She is survived by six daughters, M rs. Mary Denny, of Lithonia, Ga.;l Mrs. Judy Mann, Kannapolis; Mrs. Lucy Goss, Blue Ridge, Ga.; Mrs. Walter Dockery, Grandview; Mrs. Leta Gunter, Kannapolis, and Mrs. Clara Mayfield, Tellico Plains, Tenn., and five sons, George, of Marble, E. A., of Grandview, J. F., of Copperhill, Z. S., of Kannapolis, and E. M., of Marble. She is also survived by a number of grand children and great grandchildren. iter and smoker'7 "I MAKE SURE to have Camels at mealtime," says Johnny Murphy {below), Bowling Champion. The flow of digestive fluids is increased when you enjoy Camels. COSTLIER TOBACCOS ; Scout, Murphy, North Carolina 1 HENN 1 MURPHY, N. C. Thursday and Frida ' j WARNER BAXTER Sfj^ Re-united in the best love stc ever printed. jg "To Mary Sweethearts again! Mak deeply! Laughing off what heartaches and holding bacl lantly . . . Gloriously . . . Sp] jg ALSO FOX NE V SATURDAY, < SIX-GUN WE HARRY CAREY. HOOT ( 1 "The Lasi II ALSO CH/ H "NEW ADVENTU ^ , Monday and Tuesd< fr*:-; (The great love drama M FREDRIC MARCH, WAR jjv EARRYMORE, In? I "The Road J? With- JUNE LANG?GR? You Don't "SEE" This I jtf! The Year's Mos ??jj{ Heart-Starved Fighting Mei Give?To One! The Stranj Surging With Emotional Fui RE Acting of These Greatest S I ALSO METRO NEWS?O I H MM IS I LIGHT-TH I THEATRE ? I SlwTOASOrT HUCD SYMPHONY OF ENCHANTB . ING COLOR WHEN A B . ^ TOUCH OF THE SWITCH B RELEASES THE MAGIC I :1? RAINBO VARI-COLOR ?T\ LIGHTING I I ^XSYSTERI# THIS EQUIPMENT WILL BE IN! HEATER 1 I MATINEE EVERY DAY II ty, October 22 and 23 i >ry the Saturday Evening Post v' ' With Love" I I :ing love lightly . . . yet loving y \ : they really feel! Hiding the \ 1c the tears . . . Living life gal- . ^ i :WS?COMEDY jl | OCTOBER 24th ^ 1 STERN SHOW J % jIBSON, TOM TYLER, In? f | t Outlaw" | t RES OF TARZAN" I | iy, October 26 and 27 H I of the great Wcrld War) ^ ? trwr** r? %. OAA. l LK and L1UINLL Jgg To Glory" I :gory ratoff 9 Picture . . . YOU LIVE IT! jl t Impressive Cast! 9 i. . . Am/a Girl With Love to 9 ?est Drama Ever Lived ... 9 ry . . . Fired With The Inspired jgE omedy: "boy oh! boy! i IE WIZARD I as tomorrow's S newspaper! H A lighting innovation thrift- ^ J HI ing in its rare beauty? DO blending delicately from > H I . tones of richness and gay- M ^ H ety to the quiet shades of Jp restfulness! H A revelation in atmos- H pheric enhancement . . . H lovely beyond the imagin- H ation . . . The mood of the I moment at the turn of a H switch!! -A,/ H I YOITU. QUICKLY SENSE THE V H COMPLETE CHANCE IN THE *f' ^0 WHOLE INTERIOR Of THIS THE- _ M ATRE WHEN YOU'VE BEHELD THE M WONDERS SCIENCE HAS ^ g| STALLED BY OCTOBER 28TH B

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