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Thursday, Oct. 29, 1
VvV ' a make ar. apolo^
Ionic a- :* is mr>.>nant an*, pin
it up that * ffect.
A.- . \vi final this b
eat n bust i ied Bivudie a
to u > a fail "ff of -.* hen
iu'.it i : .bis head whiu fixin,
some v. i i s up there in the v.iddl
of ihe Muht and knocked himsel
That was pretty important so w
wrote tk thing in about six differ
ent sentences in about six differen
ways. The result was rather con
fusing and we have been chided t?
no little end about it.
As a result we final this thing gj
saying, "Fred fell off the building
in the middle of the night while
fixing a wire and darned near busted
his skull"?for all of which wi
are very sorry.
Tips: We meant to put under this
paragraphi.-al caption last week thh
remark: "Never bet <m a Georgia
team". To which we can now add
(much to the glee of L>r. Edd Adams)
?"and Duke too."
Could you imagine a fellow being
named "Ked Grange** ever being anything
else but a: ice-toting football
player. If that isn't a characteristic
name w don't know one that is.
\\ under wiio that fellow was last
week that broadcast the TennesseeDuke
game. One thing we're certain
o! : he was a Tennessee supporter.
on one occasion he told us Pickens
was "off?he's free he's going
down the field with every Duke man
off his feet?lie got almost to tin
line of scrimmage then, ladies and
gentlemen". And then again: "Parker's
got the hall this time. He hit
a stone wall at the Tennessee lire.
He's down. Duke only gained about
C>7 yards on that play".
Boy, we could haw done bettei
than that at Asheviile.
The biggest laugh up the collec
live sieve roundabout here lately
came a' that movie the other nigh
when the winsome one told the "bif
bad ma:.s" that her husband was t(
go to the Tennessee valley to direc
the building of a model town.
Quoth he: "What a terriby primi
tive place to go."
Oscar Mauney, who farms out o
Peachtre . said he raised a nice cro
of t- 'iaeco during Hoover's adminis
tration and sold it all.
He got another good crop whe;
Roosevelt went into office but sai
he didn't come out so good on it be
cause everybody went and bough
"I'm taking a big chance thi
year", says Oscar, "I'm going to pu
in another crop."
Wonder if he's Republican by an
This, being the last paragraph o
the 48th Vol., 13th number of th
Cherokee Scout, we went and hand
ed it to Roy, the boy who does
good job of turninc this *>or?o?
?c? I"*fvi vruv.
"Great guns. js this all you ca
find to write about," he exclaim
and leans down on the keyboard o
the Lintoype machine so hard an
long about 50 mats spewed out c,
the thing (which cost about 1
cents apiece) and he had to pic
them all up and run them back i
the machine again.
Moral: Always count ten befoi
you hit a Linotype keyboard?an
then lock t before you hit it.
It's not as much fun picking u
mats as it is looking at footba
games. (Oh, if we'll just g<
through this season).
Mr. Douglas Smth attended tl
Homecoming at W. C T. C., Cullo\
hee. N. C'., Saturdady.
We arc glad to learn that Mr. Bi
Phillips is improving from an injui
caused by falling off a building.
Mrs. Hearshal Gastlebury visit*
Mrs. Emmett Leach Monday.
Mrs. IT. S. (i. Phillips, Hoyt an
Violet Phillips visited friends ar
relatives at Muryville, Tcnn., tl
Mr. W. M. Prince of Yellow Cree
has recently moved into our cor
Mr. Dillerd Whitener is conductir
a singing school at Bethel churc
936 The Cherc
and M'/>. v'ait r Tayior ami
I -mi: daughter, Margaret Ann. of
1 St. M \ sited : hi* former's
y other. Mr. Lester raylor, and
i;. m:: ay ifterrn'on. They
. a ame 1 by fch? formerV
. I:ibV'?iI er. \\ it.ai'ii and
is . i>. o.hy, ;:.l . t' Copperhiil.
y . Tel'.':.
A! - - ps I.iaBfe Matheson ami ABuc
r visited Ms. Vesta Beave1
i Sundry evenire.
.M Van.; ?ra Taylor returned Sa*
^ fr-.m a v'st of several day
\. *! !:*:.es at Duektown and
f perhili, i i nn.
> lr. a::" Mrs. Fred Whitener. ot
L. (TilX'e: son. are visiting their daugh.
:?'? . Mis. Vesta Beaver, who is very
Mrs. Mary Beaver returned aftei
) v . k's vi-it with her daughter,
Mrs. Lavasta Roien, of Maltby, N,
: Mrs. Tom Ladd, of Marble, is now
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Beav.
Mrs. Ida Morrow was the Sunday
guest of Mrs. Vesta Beaver.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Buster Martin, of
j Uraka, visited the latter's mother, I
i Mrs. Parthenia Graham, Sunday. |
, Misses Kvelyn Morrow and Ruby
I Ilamhy visited Mrs. Vesta Beaver, I
Mrs. Gwendoline Beaver and Mrs. '
M.'.- i Ie?ie Allen Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Janie Davis and Mrs. Vesta |
Beav-. : are very ill. We wish them j
a speedy recovery.
Ii -. Dennis Vampelt, of Gastonia, j
and Mi's. Ray Fowler, of Spartan.
urg, S. S., visited their mother, Mrs.
G. F. Rose, last week.
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In the (
i ISen. Robert
v } Junior Senator fro
;j: Champion of
S AND CAN1
will tell you whai
TY and the UNITI
"l| BE CARRIED ON
; OUR COUNTRY,
i Hear these speak
S DEMOCRATIC TU
kee Scout, Murphy, North <
T OAK PARK
Rev. E. A. Beavers fiMed his regular
appointment at Mt. Carmel i
Sunday. Octo. 18.
Rev. John Morrow was the Sunday i
dinner guest of Mr. D. C. Stiles.
Several from here visited the dam
site Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Mitchell Stiles is :!1 at this ]
writ in jr. Her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery. : ]
Mrs. Sam Re id. of Turtletown,: <
Tenn., was the Monday night guest <
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Raper.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Quinn were :
| the Saturday night guests of Mr. and <
; Mrs. G. \V. Press wood, of Vests.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Payne, of :
j Hiawassee, were the Sunday guests J
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Horton. t
Messrs. Willard Horton and Ralph ?
Roberson 'were pleasant callers at s
the home of Mr. Sam Voyles Sunday \
Mr. Burt Reid was the Saturday 1
night guest of Mr. Ernest Raper.
PERSIMMON CREEK 5
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stiles spent *
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl j T
Stiles. J f
Mr. Sammie and Jetter Cearley _
were Murphy visitors Friday. ]
Mr. Clayton Stiles made a business
trip to Mr. Ben Reese's Satur- 1
Miss Lexie Hogsed, of Postell,
visited homo folks Saturday. ]
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stiles made a
business trip to the City Friday. c
Mr. Earnest Stiles was the Friday J
dinner guest of Mr. Ralph Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Gayno Stiles were I 1
i R. Reynolds?
m North Carolina and [
New Deal Rights
DIDATES FOR COUNTY
; the New Deal and the
D STATES during the
DURING THE NEXT FOi
Here is your chance to
ers and you will see wh
MARTIN'S CREEK (
Born to Mr. ar.d Mrs. Boyd Clias-i
Lain, a son, Friday, October 23. Misses
Geneva, Vaul and Mr. Zeb .
Chastain motored to Maryville, Tenn.
Saturday to vi>it their sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Rowiand and their aunt.
Mrs. Laura Lovingood. They re.
,i:rned home Sunday.
Mr. R. W. Chapman and two nepiiews.
Don and Clarence Hughes visit*
d the formers mother, Mrs. \Y. L.
Thai man at Ivy Log, Ga., Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Chastain spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. C. F.
,'onley at Ivy Log, (ia.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes
i son, October S.
Mr. W. H. Abernathy was carried
o Angel Brothers Hospital for operation
on his leg over three weeks
igo, has not returned home yet. He
vas expected home Sunday, but was
lot quite able to come. We hope
'or his return soon. <
Mr. James Mabry of South Car.
>lina spent Saturday night with his 1
vife, who has been with her father, :
dr. Jhon Lee iChastain. Mr. and '
Urs. Mabry are moving back to !
>outh Carolina. She is to join her J
lushand soon. *
Mi*s. Mattie Stalcup and daughter,
uurpny visitors Saturday.
Mr. Russell Sneed and Mr. Wad* 1
rlogsed made a business trip to the ;
iliawassee Dam Monday.
Miss Laudis Hogsed visited Mrs. <
?lora Mingus Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Stiles visit'd
the Latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Payne, Sunday.
Miss Pauline Rogers visited Mist
Svanell Stiles Saturday.
t 7 O'Cioc
) ? Democratic Nomin
| North C
AND OTHER STATE
TVA HAVE DONE FOR
past four years, and
UR YEARS TO INSUR1
REVIEW THE REC0R1
y you should go to the
Asks Reckless Drivers |B
To Prepare Own 'Obits' B
Philadelphia.?Rober G. Taylor, R^I
editor and publisher of the Kennett 9
Now; and Advertiser of K?nnett ^9
holding the safetj-fi- ff
motorists which h i B
wide. It said: |
"This now paper asks the <;-op<?r- 9
at ion of all motorists who ar< -eri- 1
their gasoline over the w :. end. 5
The editor will appreciate I
these drivers call at the office of
the News and Advertiser, bilging
with them one of their late photo* I
and a complete history of their lives |
and the location where they expect I
to do most of their mixing. This 1
will save the editor much time and t
accounts will be accurate." |
Harrison Douglas, a St. Louis
carpenter, still shaves with a razor |
bought by his great-great-grand-fath- |
er 126 years ago and in use ever |
since. The ancient blade has been |
passed along from father to eldest ?
son in the Douglas family, and the |
present owner has used it every other jg
day since 1892. Hj
Melvin Butler. San .Tn?n rvr;*
violin maker, developed a glue for 4
the repair of musical instruments ^B
and refused $.">,0000 for the formula.
Two years later he decided to sell, H
only to find that he had forgot: "n it.
Agnes were visitors of Mrs. \V. H.
Abernathy Sunday afternoon. |
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stalcup visit- 5
ed the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. I
Rose Hughes Sunday.
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