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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1936
Mr. J. G. Clonts has been employed
making syrup in this community
the past week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Housed.
October 9, a girl, Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hedrick and
daughter. Marie, visited the latter'*
parents, Mr. C. L>. Rogers last weekend.
Mr. Hill Ilodrick made a business
trip to Suit Saturday.
M i - s Vesta Roberts wa- the Sat-i
in day dinner guest of Mrs. Ethel j
Mis. Mintie Shanks visited her siter,
Mrs. E. C. Stiles. Saturday.
Mr. B. H. Campbell spent Thurs- j
day lught with Mr. T1 Campbell. |
Miss Janett Campbell has been'
pending a few days with lies uncle,
Mr. Tom Campbell, at Murphy,
Mi.--. Bertha Rich and ch ! :;vn j
visited her mother. Mrs. s. J. Cearley
and son, Sam.
Mis:-cs Laud is Ilogsed and Corzell
\V illi-imson made a businc s trip to
Mi :; by .Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stile had as j
tio-i! <h:i:ier guv-Is. Mr. and Ml>. 1
W iilard Hedrick, Mrs. Vesta Stiles j
and son. Lakes and Mr. \Y. M.
-dr. Clarenc^e Hop til spent last
week with Mr. Car! Hogscd.
Mi. Cj liiie Stile-- anu son, Wayne i
Stile made a business trip ",o Mtu
The weather is getting: cold, but j
we want ?very body to come to Sun- i
day school and bring some one with
Miss Lucille Matheson spent the
week-end with home folks at An
drews. She was accompanied home
by Misses Aline Taylor and Zada
Mrs. Gwendoline Beaver has returned
after a weeks visit with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Mathew Rolen of
Miss Hazel Taylor spent the week
with her uncle, and aunt Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Moss, of Unaka.
Miss Gladys Radford spent Sunday
with Miss Ruby Hamby.
Miss Bessie Crain, of Grape Creek
was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Parthenia
over the week-end.
Mrs. Dorothy Hatmaker and son,
W. R.. spent last Wednesday night
with Mrs. Vandora Taylor.
Mr. Zack Davis is now visiting his
sister, Mrs. Jane Brown of Peachtree.
MT. CARMEL NEWS
Mr. O. B. Jones, of Powder
Srpings, Ga., was a visitor at Mr. R.
T. Kelley*s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kennemon
and Mrs. Ath? ?n,l Woi**- ^
*_.?!?? JltlllUil |
were the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. i
Luther Thompson Sunday.
Messrs Clate Beavers and two
sons, Willie and Elbert, were visitors
of Mr. Felix Hili's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Champtman are
visiting their son in Shelby, N. C.,
Mrs. Rex and Martha Queen were
the guests of Mrs. Luther Thompson,
M isses I'carl Delsie, and Eulala J
Hamby were visiting Miss Lillian
Raper Sunday afternoon.
A TEN TH0USAN1
173 acres almost le
M V CILI Cb ill
Can run a binder or ti
of it. R. F. D. by the <
dwelling houses, one lz
and one grain house,
farm. School house i
within 2V2 miles of E
Athens, 7 miles of Ma
Etowah. Would com
close-in resident Murj:
Terms $3,000.00 d
you want. Reason fo
interested in farming.
P. A. RE
, BATES CREEK
Rev. S. C. Mingus preached here
i Sunday afternoon and left an api
pointmcnt for next third Sunday at
2:00 o'clock C. S. T. Everybody is
invited to come.
j Rev. Dockery of this place filled
i his regular appointment at Hiawas
see. Grape Creek section, Saturday
1 and Sunday.
?.Ii>. J. A. Timpson and children,
Cecil and Carrie Lois spent Saturday
night with J. S. Timpson a::d
.family of Tomotla.
j Miss Mary Dockery was the dinner
guest Sunday of Icey Coleman.
Pauline Dockery was the guest of
The basketball game with the Marble
ys ended with a win for Marble
i'V 1 1 points over Dates Creeek
hoys and live points over the girls.
Th e gii is will sore get a laugh if
e\i ,- iv y win over y o Marble boys, i
Mr. Dust r Seaboit was visiting
m Do - Creek Sunday.
? I . Owen Dockery has returned to
camp after a week spent with his
pa : . Mr. and Mrs. Bail Dockery.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Dockery vis
o! t . James Timpson of Grape
CV? Saturday night.
M 1 a: a y Ivvpiiart spent Sunilay
; 1 h home folks and brought,
v. ith i. : Thomas Lovingood.
We are having some very cool ;
weather and frost at present.
Mr. Luther Burgess was the dinner
guest of Mr. Fair Hamby.
Miss Blanche Beaver has returned
home after spending a few days
with Maggie Donaldson at Andrews.
She has been very ill, but is improving
at this writing.
The folks in our community are
very busy registering at election Is
getting very close at hand.
Mr. Lum Crain passed through our
midst Monday selling cabbage and
Mr. J. P. Bainc and 0. P. Taylor
made a business trip to Murphy,
Mrs. Ethel Tayjnr spent Sunday
with Mrs. Ever Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Allen have |
been visiting the former's parents, |
Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, of Violet,]
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beaver are
very bu. y making syrup.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stiles and
children, J. \\\, Billie and Sue of
Hot House, visited the formers brother,
Mr. C late Stiles, and family.
Mr. Willie Taylor, of Ducktown,
passed through our section Sunday.
Mrs. I'. R. Jones visited her daughter,
Mr-. Vernic Taylor, of Birch,
The many friends of Mr. Horace
Brendle will be glad to learn he is
able to out again.
Mr. Jimmie Allen visited Mr. J.
M. Hamby Sunday evening.
Mr. Troy Montgomery visited Mr.
Earnest Allen, Sunday morning.
Mr. S. D. Jones has been helping:
Mr. T. M. Self make syrup the past
Mr. Jack Frost made his first appearance
D DOLLAR FARM
vel. 150 acres in cul _?
1 - *
umoer and pasture,
ractor over every foot
door every day. Two
irge barn, 4 good cribs
Church house on the
n sight. This farm is
iiglewood, 6 miles of
disonville, 11 miles of
sider some business or
[own rest all the time
r selling, my boys not
okee Scout, Murphy, NortI
Rev. ami Mrs. L. X. Marr and
daughter, of Turtletown, Tenn.. and
Mr. John Picklesimer were the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perlio
Mr. Ralph Hamby, who has been
employed at (Jastonia for some time,
has returned home.
Mr. Sam Reid and daughter. Ruth
and son. J. L., and Miss Irene Standridge
were the guests, of the former's
sister, Mrs. Lauretta Williamson,
on Hiawassee River Sunday
Messrs. Lum Crain a**d Poley
Young, of Gastonia. were the guests
of Mr. John Picklesimer Friday night.
Mrs. Sam Reid and little son,
Kenneth, were the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C Ledl'ord,
Mr. Gordon Willamson and son,
were the guests of his mo; her, Mi>.
Lauretta Williamson, Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Flier and chil??
1 * * ti. were the guests of Mrs. EIiei'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. :
Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Ledford ami
two m?ds, were the guests of Mr.
and Mr-. Will Ledford at Liberty
Mr.. Mary Hamby, of this section,
boasts of growing largest sweet pota-1
toes in the county. She has two huge I
ones, one weighing seven and onehalt
pounds and the other five and
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Williamson
and baby were the guests of the
formerV si ter. Mrs Vntrilo Hnn.l,,
in Tennessee Sunday.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Edd Adams and
baby were the Sunday night quests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurt on.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peirce, of Farner.
Tenn., visited Mrs. Peirce's
mother. Mrs. Mary Hamby last
Mrs. Lelia Eller and baby were
the guests of Mrs. Louise Adams
Miss Mildred Ledford and brother
I were the guests of their grandpar-.
| ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ledford,
Sunday. 10 H H
Mrs. Sarah Gossett, of Gastonia,
i who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Elmer I^edford, left Saturday for
The small son of Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Adams is ill at this writing. We
wish him a speedy recovery.
Misses Ionia and Hettie Kate
Stiles visited Mrs. Myrtle Anderson i
j awhile Monday.
J Mrs. G. W. Mashburn and daugh- !
| ter, Mrs. Delma McClure visited
, Mr. John Stiles who has been sick
j for sometime Wednesday afternoon,
j Mrs. P. R. Jones, of Postell, visiti
cd her daughter, Mrs. Henry Taylor 1
J last week.
i Mr. Fred Beaver was a business
| visitor at Letitia Friday.
! Mr. Charlie Dodson visited friends
I and relatives at Culberson a few i
i days last week. 1
Air. Win slow Stiles visited Mr.
I I Thi
t Quality am
I our aim. The ac
E insures perfectio
the best in dry c
found between I
John Stiles -one day last week.
Mr. S. M. Taylor of Letitia, was
a visitor on Beeach Creek one day
Mrs. P. R. Jones, Mrs. Henry Taylor
and son, Billy Gene, visited
Mrs. G. W. Mashburn and daughter,
Mrs. Del ma McClure, Thursday.
Mrs. C. A. Voyles was a business
visitor at Mrs. Will Graham Wednesda
We are sorry that Uncle Henry
Gibson got hurt doing squirrel hunting
one eday last week.
Mr. Clarence Voyles has beer
very busy digging potatoes for the
Mr. Lee Garlin, of Culberson was
a visitor on Beach Creek, Friday.
Mis. Charlie Dotson visited Mrs.
Miria Mashburn a while Thursday.
Mr. Guy* Fox visited his father.
Mr. George Fox at Manger one daylas:
Mr. Dillard Taylor of Manger
visited his cousin, Mr. Henry Taylor
awhile Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Alma Ma hburn spent Wed-j
nc.-uay with. -Mrs. Miria Mashburn and
daughter, Mrs. Dclma McClure.
Mis Emma Gibson made a business
11;n to Murphy Thursday.
Mis: Cansas Hogan visited Mrs.
Delma McClure awhile one day last
Mr. George Fox, of Ranger, was
on Beach Creek Saturday.
Miss Evanell Stiles was a visitor
on Beach Creek one da;.* last week.
Mr. Willard Green spent Wednesday
night with Mr. Hill McClure.
Mr. C. A. Voyles made a special
trip to Murphy Saturday.
Mr. Albert and Willard Taylor,
Mr. Allen Car rail of Letitia were on
Beach Creek Saturday.
With the presidential election
hooves every intelligent voter to tal
it with the picture during the days <
The writer does not care to go
to forget that period, but trusts thi
getfulneas will not be unappreciati
to the revitalized America. The v
In Western North Carolina alo
now than at any time since 1929. \
less than three weeks before the el
tions have adversely affected busir
verse of the rule. There has been i
Further, it cannot be gainsaid
that organized labor's position has
l$rge and small, no longer struggle
We hear a lot about the Fed*
preserving human worth, which the
is no deficit. But, look at it from
admitted that there is a deficit?w
incomes will eventually meet the d?
And, speaking of Government
been done, and speaking as an over
citizen and voter, we should not b<
soldiers' bonus was paid, and has
No Congressman or Senator work
ment of this legislation than Congr*
We have forbed the undercum
ing the shores of Despair behind,
of Security, Opportunity and Pros
mid-stream. It behooves the vote
i^-elect President Roosevelt and >
vote to perpetuate the work of the
s Is New:
t added several thou;
new laundry and dry
pipment in our plan
1 Satisfaction in our work
Idition of this new and m<
n in cleaning your clothe*
;ss and your continued p
on in our plant. And n<
leaning and laundry eq
VshevUle and Atlanta.
5 FOR COURTEOUS, I
ICE AT THE RIGHT PI
1. B. Cornwell, Proprietoi
rve We Satisfy" MU
: SUNNY Poll
Mr. Howard Mason, 0(
Camps, spent a week with
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. Lelia GiUard ami
Ruby and Jewel Ledfora sperv
Sunday with Mrs. Mattie
Mr. Martell Johnson left /^H|
day of last week for the CCr
Mrs. CarJina Housed -.
. week-end with her daughter,
Myrtle Helton. CM
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc.VfeMrs.
Esta Mason motored to Cor^^l
hill, Tenn., Sunday.
Miss Virginia McClure
' visiting Saturday. uH
! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stiles
business visitors at Murphy
Mr. Lee Sneed made a
trip to Murphy Saturday. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stiles
children, Harlev and Rose V ,^^B
Postell visited Mrs. Stiles' sister,)^B
Venire Taylor Sunday. jj3|j
Mr. and Mi s. A! >nzo Da\i. q^B
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. f^B
I I Standage Sunday. afc
| Mrs. Berdie Davi- visited
and relatives at Liberty and
Mr. M. 0. still of Letitia
through Beach C reek Sunday. 'JR&
Mr. Claude Harris of Postell vj^K
cd his cousin Mr. anil Mrs. Hea^K
I Rev. C. A. Voyles filled his rej^B
j lar appointment at Oak Grove civ
AshnvUU V c
less than three weeks away, ii ae-HS
ie stock of the situation and comp^lHB
>f the previous administrations. 9U
back three or four years. He prefeiJBl
it those who desire to share such f^|H%
ve of the vast contract as preseLtdj^H
irritcr would rather talk of imprcviHB
ne there is more money in circulitm^K
Vhen I say now, I mean at this timt-^E
ection. If previous presidential elcc-HE
less, the present campaign is the
10 lull. HK
that the farmers* finances are better,^H
been improved and, that businesatHb
?ral deficit. From the standpoint c.;^H
present administration has done, thert^^f
a monetary standpoint, and let it be!^H|
e must remember that the incre&sisf^H
sficit and balance the budget,
finances, and the things which havtHB
-sea World War veteran, as well as ziHS
unmindful of the fict that
been paid under this adminisiration^H
ed more diligently toward the enact.'ssman
?nts of the River of Depressoin?leav*j^H
and are now coming into the harbor^^J
perity. Let us not change horses ia^Hj
rs, regardless of party politics, ti^^H
Congressman Weaver, and to cast
ours very truly, IH
W. P. FISHER, H
e V V 9 1
sand dollars H
has always been IB
odern machinery IB
s properly. |B
atronage has de- jfl
ow we offer you IB
uipment to be IB
RPHY, N. C. I