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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, October 22, 1936, Image 5

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!****** )dltional * locals * Madden left Friday for . P. C. on his vacation. " the Duke-Tech gamo en Weiss visited friends and Noi l is several days Mrs. W. H. Carpenter , i.) Xorris and Knoxville Mi-. H. Bueck attended . A. meeting in Ashevilie Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Barber have isbury to attend the Meference. i*. Thompson is spending in Copperhill with heirs. R. E. Barclay. Nell Lauria and Mrs. i'v are \isiting in Knox;ek. Ketner and Mr. R. B. ended a conference in week and this week, n Ashevilie at a Farm ting. . Mallonee had as her ly her sister, Mrs. F. C. eville. ge Candler has gone to few days' visit with Dr. C. Candler. Mrs. J. B. Gray spent Inlay in Bryson City, nvitations have been received in rphy to the Home Coming Celelion to be held at Cullowhee Sajav, Oct. 24. A barbecue, foot| game an address by Felix Alley I special program honoring Prof?r R. I- Madison will be among features of the day's entertainnt. Former students are invited attend. lr. ai d Mrs. C. C. Cros.man arid at ihe Regal Tuesday, Mr. issman is with the TVA. dr. and Mrs. It. C. Birmingham of irlotte arrived in Murphy Wedday. Mr. Birmingham is auditor the local school funds. Mr. R. C. Noble, Mr. R. T. Meland Mr. M. .1. Plice all of Raleigh re in Murphy Tuesday on business, ey are connected with the resetment division. Mr. Harold Miller of Knoxville, is Hiding a few days here on busijMr. and Mrs. Hugh Hayes, of New ua?v- uwii viMung mr. nayes ther and sisters, at Tomotla. Mrs. Bernard Cook and daughter, iry have arrived to be with Mr. ok at the Regal. He arrived severweeks ago to take up his work th the TV A. Mrs. Ted Griffin, of Knoxville, s joined Mr. Griffin who has been re some time. Miss Fannie Deweese spent the tek-end with her sister in DuckMiss Mary B. Walker and Miss ithern Ledford of Andrews were sitors in Murphy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Lindsey of jiarloUe were the week-end guests | Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Townson. iLeland Grant and B. C. Moneykker were in Knoxville on business rer the week-end. I Miss Leuna Tatham and Mr. Sam krr attended the game in Athens [Miss Virginia Dickey and Miss I in if red Townson, students at loung Harris, were in town Sunday Iternoon. |Mr. Hack Wilson of Emory Unips,tv visited friends here last weekI Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Parker, Mrs. PN Darnell attended the football at Durham Saturday, motoring to Raleigh where they attended night game there. At Greens^ >ro they were joined "by Miss Elizas' Parker. I Mr. J. H. Gray and daughter, returned to Statesville Monday her visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ffMrs. C. D. Mayfield, Mrs. Quay B?tner, Mrs. Julia Martin, Miss Bnrtha Mayfield and Miss Francis Bixon spent the week-end with Mrs. B-JX Estes in Atlanta. Mrs. Hall Cobb and Miss Mirian BhUwell were delegates from the loschool to the Western District ?&chers meeting held in Asheville nday and Saturday. Mr. Prank Maunay of Greensboro, ??rgia. spent the week-end with Br-and Mrs. L. E. Mauney. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ketron of Bikes Barre, Pennsylvania, were Bs,tory ir? Murphy last week. While ^ they were guests of Mrs. Rose ^tron at the Regal Hotel and Mr. Mis. Harry P. Cooper. ^ rs. Millie Miller spent the weekner son, Bill, in Atlanta. H TKcChe Rites Held For | ? Mrs. Campbell On Last Sunday Funeral services for Mis. Tom j Campbell, 31. of Murphy, were held | at Rogers Chapel Sunday afternoon j at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Fred | Styles off: iating assisted by the Rev. \V. A. Barber and the Rev. \Y. J. Starling. Buriai was in the church cemetery. Yv*. D. Townson was in charge of funeral arrangements Mrs. Campbell, an extermely popular young lady in this section, died after a short illness Saturday morning at 2:30 o'clock. She was born and reared in Cherokee county and had been a member of the Mt. Lib erty Baptist church all her life. Pallbearers were: B. R. Carroll. John Davidson, George Townson, A. M. Simonds, Virgil Hall and Z. C. Ramsey. Flower girls were: Mrs. Carl Townson, Mrs. George Townson, Mrs. < Thompson Terrell, Mrs. A. M. Si-] j monds, Mrs. B. R. Carroll, Mrs. John I Davidson, Mrs. Harve Carringer, Mrs. D. V. Carringer, Mrs. T. P.' Calhoun, Mrs. Hadley Dickey and Miss Ritha Hyatt. Snrvivinn- "? ?? -1 1 , -it uci iiu?>ijciiiut inree j small children, all of Murphy; her i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ledford; ; two sisters, Ira and Zady, and six brothers, Herman, Earl. J. D., Harold, Frank and Clifford, all of Mur! phy. W. T. HERBERT, FORMER W. N. C. ; RESIDENT DEAD Buried In Montana; Left Many Relatives and Friends Here | William Taylor Herbert, 69, promI inent prosecuting: attorney of Libby, Montana, died Saturday at his home, according: to a message received here by hu< brother, Dr. Fred L. Herbert of Andrews. Hi- death followed a brief illness as the result of a heart attack. Mr. Herbert was born in Hendersonville, N. C., the eldest son of Mr. John C. Herbert, United States Commissioner and former North Carolina State Senator from Clay County, and Mrs. Octa Taylor Herbert, residents of Hayesville. He spent his early boyhood in Hayesville and received his education in the Hayesville school and luter attended the University of I Tennessee at Knoxville where re re-1 V?i?5 I. f H Hom-IKI ' Ieral years he practiced law in Chattanooga, Tenn. Prior to the active practice of his profession in the West, he taught history in the Quebec High School in Quebec, Canada. An ardent politician and orator, Mr. Herbert was quite active politically and socially in the affairs of the county and State. He served in various offices in his community and was much in demand for public service. Only a few weeks prior to his death he dedicated a public park in his home city. For a number of i years he served as circuit judge in Elsinore, California. Four years ago Mr. Herbert visited his parents in Hayesville and other relatives in Western North Carolina. During the past summer he purchased an estate on the coast of Oregon and preparations were going forward to retire in the early fall to spend the sun-set of his life out there. During his long active life he was a member of the Baptist church. Surviving are his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Dora Herbert Simond of Spokane, Washington; Mrs. Edward Gallandet, and Mrs. Frances Rice, both of Los Angeles; one grandson, David Herbert Rice, Los Angeles California; his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Herbert,. of Hayesville, and four brothers. Dr. Fred L. Herbert, of Andrews, Dr. W. H. Herbert, of Warne, and Frank and Tom Herbert, of Hayesville. Interment was made in the family plot in Libby, Montana, on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gt*>rge Candler had as their guests this week-end, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Candler of Asheville and Mrs. Candler's mother, Mrs. Aldred of Denver, Clorado. Mrs. Gus Franks of Hiawassec shopped in Murphy Saturday. rokee Scout, Murphy, Noi Stecoah Route In Good Shape Plemmons Says The detour route over No. 19 from Murphy to Bryson City via Stecoah in Graham coamy is all paved and "i? good now." Hoy Plommo-s. ?> ' \ndr?*v. a member ef the state highway department, said Monday. Since the detour was opened due due :?> woik on X?>. 19 ft< Topton to Hewitt^, motorists have pointed out that the route made bad travelling and recommended motorists make the trip via Hayesviile and Franklin to Sylva. The Stecoah detour route requires about, 10 miles more travelling from here to Bryson City than No. 19 does. Grady Crawford To Leave For Asheville | Mr. A. E. Coward Wednesday was appointed manager of the local A & P store to succeed Mr. Grady Crawford, who has held that position for the past six years. Mr. Crawford and his family expect to leave here the latter part of this week for West Asheville where Mr. Crawford has been given the managership of another of the firm's stores there. During his residence here MrJ ] Crawford has made an enviable rei cord with the company and has been {Eminent in the civic and social functions of the town. Mr. Coward came here from Sylva about a month ago to manage the store while Mr. Crawford was ill. Mr. Coward is a popular young man and has many friends here. Henn Theater To Get New Lighting System A new development in lighting effects will soon be incorporated in the Henn Theatre. The equipment has already been ordered, and will be installed on October 28. It is a well known scientific fact that color plays an important part in a person's reactions. This was understood by the ancients many centuries ago. As an example, the term ' purple raiment" came to be synonymous with royalty and richness; and fortunes were spent through the years in developing new dyes for various hues and colors: Nature too, has shown the beauty of color, and its effect upon the person. A beautiful sunset with its blending of tones of color; a sunrise, all induce feelings that cannot be described in words. Now, science has captured these color schemes of nature and reproduces them at will. The new Rainbo Vari Kolor Lighting System contains all the color combinations known to electricity. These color blends can be changed by merely nrnssini. ? * ...6 ? oniLcu, ana so produce an entirely effect in the theatre with every change. Thus, in the winter, the color combination will be such as to make for a feeling of warmth, and cheeriness; in summer, for a feeling of coolness and freshness; and so on to daily combinations if desired?or even to various effects for the different types of pictures that may be shown. The light itself is diffused thru a special type of glass, which produces a soft and subdued tone that permits the audience to watch the picture on the screen with more ease and comfort to tho -- ?- JV* Mr. Henn has always enjoyed the reputation of giving his patrons the best in entertainment, and is to be congratulated on his foresight in the Henn Theatre right up to date, and in a class with the finest theatres of this State. H When your baby comes you will need Mennen Antiseptic Oil for him; so get it now and start using it on yourself. Rub it into the slon of your abdomen or wherever the skin is tight or dry from swelling. Notice how tautness, dryness disappear. Then after baby arrives, i give him a daily body rub with I Menncn OiL It's antiseptic? will protect him against germs. See your druggist?today. MENNEN Antiseptic OIL th Carolina T1 Homecoming At WCTC To Draw Many Alumni thousand alumni and friends are expected t > be present at the Home- j coming celebration to be held at Western Carolina Teachers College. s October 24th beginning at 9:30 o'clock A. M. The two-fold purpose of the oe- s casion is to honor Profes.-or It. L. Madison, founder of the school, and 1 to make plans for the completion of the Madison Memorial project. Judge Felix K. Alley, of Waynesville. an alumus of the college, will be ' the chief speaker at the official pro- 1 gram beginning at eleven o'clock in 1 the college chapel. He is dismissing court in Lincolnton in order to be 1 present. Professor R. L. Madison I I will recall in a short talk "The Early Struggles of Western Carolina Teachers College.'' At one o'clock on the site of the (Madison Memorial, a barbecue dinner will be served to which everyone is asked to attend. Eastern Carolina Teachers are to meet Western Carolina Teachers for j the first time in a footbail contest. The kick-off is set for 3:00 o'clock on the new athletic field. The new bleachers can accommodate 500 people. Effort is being made to provide additional seating -pace by | Homecoming. i Annual open house will be observed in Moore Dormitory and RobertI son Hall. The bovs' house government of | Reuben Robertson will sponsor a dance in the gymnasium in the evening. More than 2000 letters have gone out from the office to alumni, other former students former employees, board members, and friends concerning the program. Replies are coming in on every mail containing contributions, best wishes, and money for tickets. o 2 Methodist To Have Song Services Here While the Rev. W. A. Barber i> attending the annual North Carolina ! conference of the Southern Moth- i odist church at Salisbury which will continue through Monday, members of the church here are planning to have "old hymn singing" services. A practice will be held at the church Friday night at 7 o'clock, and everybody planning to take part is asked to be present. You'll Always Find th DAVIDSON :j: No matter what time o; ;!; ize great savings by tr? | now we have a new lin the family at a price th 11*1 you own these goods 01 | LADIES COATS, ne ctvlno Qli Of oij ivo, | LADIES RAYON CR1 | latest fall colors ai | PAJAMAS FOR WO) I Children's outing P | Ladies PAJAMAS, c 1 MEN KEEP WARM | Heavy Weight UNIC | LADIES SKIRTS f And a Complete line of ? Also boots for the men Better Values in Oi | coffee, 2 PINTO BEANS, | TOILET TISSUE 1000 OK SOAP, 6 big FLOUR, plain or self-rij I Davidson I ? Phone 15 tiursday, Oct. 22, 1936 EPISCOPAL " CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH lev. George Lemuel Grander, Rector SUNDAY SERVICES .... 7:30 A. M. Holy Communion. 10 A. M. Church School. 11 A. M. Morning Prayer?Litany md Sermon. 7 P. M. Evensong ami All most cordially v. \ i thc.*e ,er vices. THE BENEFITS WILL IF. FELT FAR AND WIDE The Picken's County !' _-ress, one >f our friendly exchange .. had this :o say i:i its editorial columns last week: The Murphy (N. C.) Scout reports that they are re-surfacing and relocating the highway from Murphy to Asheville between Topton and Hewitt's. Anything done on this road is of interest to the people of this section of Georgia, as the better it is the more through traffic will come this way. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SCOUT To The Voters Of Cherokee County, North Carolina. As it will be impossible for me to see you in person between now and November 3rd, 1936, 1 take this method of thanking you for past favors and votes, and 1 hope you will go to the polls on November 3rd and again vote for me for the office of Register of Deeds for Cherokee County. | You know my physical condition and my past record ..as Register of Deeds, they speak for themselves, and 1 want to pledge you if elected to the office of Register of Deeds that 1 will give you every service and courtesy at my command. | Respectfully Yours, j B. L. Padgett W*?*%*V*i*VV%,V%*VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV e Best Bargains At? X i MclVER'S f the year, you'll realiding with us. Right ? ie of fall goods for all j lat will want to make ? ice you've seen them. j\ w fall and winter I > to $14.95 I EPE DRESSES, the f tid patterns, $1.95 J men & children % A JAMAS.... 49c | rating & jersey 95c | &comfortabLe f IN SUITS 95c | 95c | ' Y shoes for the family. ;|and boys. | III* UrnriAviT hnnf A in ui uvci T l/cjju }: lbs. for 25c :? 3 lbs. for 25c ! ! sheetc, 6 rolls 25c J bars 25c & ling, 24 lbs. for 82c if Mclver f Murphy, N. C. |

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