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Pauline Hicks, Editor Phone 35-W
ANDREWS ? At the beginning
of the second week of school the |
Andrews city schools were able to
boast of a full staff of teachers.
Coming in as new teachers on '
Monday were the following: Miss
Faye Stewart of Robbinsville who
accepted the post of teacher oi |
business education. Miss Judith
Wilde of Marshall who will teach
social science and health educa
tion. and Mrs. Roy Wilson of Mur- '
yhy who will teach eighth grade
reading and geography.
The school enrollment was 875
in the Andrews Elementary school.
157 in the high school, making a
total for Andrews of 1032. Mai bio
enrolled 163. Total white unit
enrollment was 1195. The colored
school enrolled 18.
The 875 pupils at Andrews ele
mentary school are divided by
grades as follows: First grade.
160. second grade, 133: third
grade. 121; fourth grade. 115;
fifth grade. 93; sixth grade, 77;
seventh grade, 85; eighth grade. 90.
ANDREWS ? The Andrews
school lunchroom is scheduled to
open Monday, September 2. Un
til the school's contract is approv
ed with Federal and State au
thorities the price per lunch will
be 20c. After the contract ap
proval the price will be 13c per
lunch. The lunchroom manager
will be the same as last year, Mrs.
G rover Ray.
Lunch cash receipts last year
were $10,354.54, while the ex
penditures for the year were $9,
881 43. Expenditures do not take
into account a number of items
supplied by local funds.
ANDREWS ? Several G. I.'s
former students of Andrews high
school, have enrolled in the school
and are reported by their teachers
tc be doing excellent work. Most j
ol those enrolled expect to receive j
diplomas at commencement next j
spring. GI's enrolled are as tol- !
lows: James Glenn, Harold Parker, 1
Donald Anderson, Clayton Thomp- j
son, Heyward Dewar (post gradu- 1
; te?. Mickey Hawk, Edgar Holland, j
ANDREWS ? The Andrews City
Unit has just received through the
County Board of Education two
new school buses. The buses are
Chevrolet s and carry a 19-foot
The bus drivers are the same as
last year: Joe Mintz, Jack Rogers,
Boyd Rogers, Fred Palmer and
Clyde Luther. ? J i
Following the same plan as last
year a cash prize of $5 will be
given to the school bus driver who
is adjudged to be the best driver
in the fleet. Second best driver
will receive a prize of $2.50.
Ordinarily the Andrews schools
are served by five buses, but at the
present time the school is operat
ing only four buses which it will
continue to do until the County
Board of Education receives addi
tional bus replacements from the
state. New bus replacements at i
this time are retarded as a result j
cf strikes in a High Point factory 1
where the bus bodies are mounted, j
Fred Arrowood of Murphy is the
Mrs. Ada Badgett, Pilot Mt., is
visiting Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Wash
am this week.
ANDREWS ? Robert Heaton.
president of the Andrews Rotary
club, made the second of a series
of talks before the club here
Thursday on Andrews industries.
Mr. Heaton described the history
and development and plans for
the future expansion of the An
drews-Murphy airport which is lo
cated two miles West of Andrews
on U. S. Highway 19 & U. S. 129.
At a later date Mr. Heaton prom
ised a SCOUT reporter a detailed
story of the projected development
at the Airport.
At a previous meeting W. D.
Whitaker had related to the club
the story and developments of
bringing the Andrews Textiles
Company here and of the build
ing of the present factory building,
which is now expected to be com
pleted within a short time.
Rev. R. E. McClure
ANDREWS ? Rev. R. E. Mc
Clure, executive Secretary of the
Asheville Presbytery, will preach
at the regular 11:00 o'clock service
hour at the Presbyterian Church
on Sunday, September 1. The
public is cordially invited to hear
ANDREWS ? Vance Cathey ar- 1
rived home last week after re
ceiving his discharge from the
Navy at Norfolk, Va. Seaman
Cathey has been in service for the
past year and one-half, part of
which time he was in Cuba. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
The Southern Bell family is made up
of a whale of a lot of folks. As far as
we know, it's the largest group em
ployed by any company in the nine
Operators, engineers, accountants,
niaintenance, construction, business
office and administrative personnel ?
there are 45,000 busy telephone people.
But that's not all. The number quickly
grows to an astonishingly large part
of the South's population when yoil
picture each telephone member in his
own family circle and count about
four noses to the family. You see, di
rectly or indirectly, they're all inter
ested in giving you the kind of tele
phone service you want night and day.
Telephone people are your friends
and neighbors ? the kind of folks you
like to rub elbows with. You always
know them by the voice with a smile.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Pupils Of Miss
ANDREWS ? A piano recital
was presented by pupils of Miss
Rachel Beatty at 7:30 o'clock on I
August 22, at the home of Rev. and I
Mrs. Leo Smith. The program is |
as follows: "Gooseberry Goose"
by Arhaum and "Porcupines" a
c'.apted from Haydn. Jean Bristol:
'Halloween" by Williams and
" Marketing" by Benson, Ginger
Garner; "Swans on the Lake", and
"Stepping Stones" by John Thomp
son, Joan Ray; "Viewing the Pa
rade" by Rungee, and The Fairy's
Harp" by Thompson. Dorcas Mc- j
Guire; "March of the Wee Folk" '
by Gaynor, and "Graceful Stepper"
by Thomas, Judy Bristol; "Pokey ,
Turtle", Richter, "Betty's First '
Waltz ", Light. Virginia Huffman; j
Duet "Twilight Song" by Shack- |
ley, Frances Jane Phillips and |
Rachel Beatty; "Gentle Night".
Williams, Iva Jean Taylor; "Meal- 1
time at the Zoo" Williams, and j
The White Seal's Lullaby" by ;
Benson, Barbara Phillips; "My Old I
Kentucky Home" by Stephen Fos
ter, and "Day Dreams" by Step
hens. Zeb Conley. Jr.: "Rose
Petals", Lawson, Billie Mulkey;
"Theme From Unfinished Sym
phony", Schubert, and "The Ghost
in the Chimney", Echstein, Anne |
Bristol; "Oberon", Weber, and 1
"Fairy Bells", Streabbog, Sarah I
Nell Ray; "Idilio". Lack. Frances J
Those winning first, second and
third places were: Anne Bristol,
first; Ginger Garner, second; and
tying for third place were Judy
Bristol and Virginia Huffman.
These pupils played in the recital
presented by Miss Beatty on Fri
day afternoon, August 23. Her j
program is as follows: "Habanera"
? from Carmen), G. Gizet. "Spanish
Dance", E. Granados: Selections
from Piano Class by Ginger Garn
er. Judy Bristol and Virginia
Huffman: "Valtz in Db". Chopin;
"Nocturno", E. Grieg. "Chanson
Triste", Tschaikowsky: "Theme
from Concerto No. 1". Txchaikow
sky, "Evening in Seville". Walter
Niemann. Vocal Selections. Mrs.
Evelyn P. Smith. "Le petit ane
blanc", Jacques Ibert. "Le Papil
lon", Caliza Lavalle. "Clair de
lune", Debussy. Selections from
piano class, Anne Bristol. "Pre
lude in C Minor, S. Rachmanni
noff, "Polonnaise in Ab", Chopin.
Prizes were presented to pupils
for practicing one hour. Those
receiving them were: 1st prize,
Sarah Nell Hay, 2nd prize, Dorcas
McGuire, 3rd prize, Ginger Garner.
Other prizes went to: Joan Ray,
Anne Bristol, Zeb Conley, Jr., Vir
ginia Huffman, Billie Mulkey and
"The Orient" Is
W.M. I. Subject
ANDREWS ? The W. M. U. of
Andrews Baptist Church met
Thursday of last week at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. W. A. Cathey served
?s president in the absence of
Mrs. W. G. McKeldrey. She had
charge of the program. The topic
was the "Orient". Those on the
program were: Devotionals, Mrs.
Louise Phillips: talks on the
Orient by Mrs. B P. Grant. Mrs.
S. T. Almond, Mrs. Hirve Whitik*
er, Mrs. Fred McGuire and Mrs. i
Cathey. After the program a short J
busines ssession was held.
Is New Contact
ANDREWS? W. Clinton Stubbs I
contact representative of the Vet
erans Administration, has recently
been assigned Contact Representa
tive in charge of the Andrews Con
Mr. Stubbs replaces Miss Helen
A. Rankin who was recently trans
ferred to the Regional Office in
Prior to coming to Andrews, Mr.
Stubbs held appointments with the
Veterans Administration in the
the War Department Separation
Center and Regional Hospital at
Fort Bragg, and at the Marine Air
Separation Center at Cherry Point.
Prior to these assignments with
the Veterans Administration, he
held positions with the United
States Employment Service in
Before reporting to the Andrews
Office he completed a three week's
course of special study at the
Branch Office of the VA in Rich
mond, Va. During the recent war
he served three years with the
Medical Corps of the Army.
Mrs. Louise Rogers spent last
week-end in Atlanta, Ga.
ANDREWS ? In the primary
department. Mrs. Pullium's sec
| tion of the second grade won the
Sunday School Banner last week
with 70 percent of her children at
tending Sunday School. In the
grammar grade department, Miss
Hamilton's section of the fifth
grade won the Sunday School ban
ner with a percentage of 91.
W. G. Lail, who is employed at
Elizabethton. Tenn , spent last
v.eek-end with his family.
Mrs. Harley Palmer and chil
dren of Fontana are visiting rela
tives here this week.
Behold... i "
The Cup Of**
Just give him a tpoon and confusion reigns
Is it coffee or cement the cup contains ?
His powerful cranks
And resounding clanks
Announce to the world the pleasure he gains.
Some people become so
aroused over JFG Coffee's
deliciousness they seize
upon the spoon as a quick
outlet for pent-up emo
tion. Rut actually the
flamboyant type of coffee
lover derives no more
pleasure from JFG's rich
flavor than the conserva
tive. Always fresh fla
vored, fragrant and deli
cious, JFG Special Coffee
wins the enthusiastic ap
oroval of all who drink it.
Labor Day - Monday, Sept. 2nd
THREE in ONE
Free Barbecue, From 11:00 to 1:00
Fat Cattle Sale, 1:00 P. M.
Horse Trading Convention, All Day
Prizes given to person bringing largest
number of cattle.
Special Music - Public Speaking
The Public Is Cordially Invited
COME EARLY ? Get a ringside
seat and plenty to eat.
LIVESTOCK AUCTION Andrews, N. C.
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