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BY THE DOCKER Y TWINS
BUSINESS STUDENTS TOI B
On Tuesday May ' t, MRS. JOB
RAY and her second year business
students made a tour of the bust
nets sections of Andrews and Mur
There were 18 students and Mrs.
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Hospital & Surgical
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May 15th to June 1st
15 per cent
Saving In Rate
Ray . The students were : Bob Jones
Bobbie Joyce H&rtness, Annie Kil
patrlck, Rex Kephart, Harold
nie James, Modean Arrowood, Bar
Queen. Mary Nell Sutton, Myrtle
.Dockery, Betty McLeymore, Bon
? ile James, Modean Arrowood,
Barbara Crisp, Meredith , Taylor,
Jean Hughes, Geraldlne )<ulkey,
Joyce Kill lan and Christine Dock
cry, Joan Buckner.
At the May Day Festival the
Murphy High School Band played
the Triumphal March and there
was a song There's Music in the
! Fourth Grades had a Scotch
Folk Dance, "As I Went up to a
I Fifth Grades had a song and
Folk Dance, "Down in Mexico."
Sixth Grades, a Folk Song, "Oh
Lovely Meadows," clowns and
, "Maked Potatoes," "Creole Song
Seventh Grades, Jiad a May
Pole Dance, "Country Gardens",
and the Band then played the Re
FRED VAN HORN was feted
with a surprise birthday party giv
en by BURKE EDWARD MOORE
on May 2.
Fred was 17 years old.
First they had a welner roast
and afterwards FRED opened his
gifts. Later in the evening the
group went to a movie.
Those attending were: MARY
CATHOLIC SEED CORN
PROFITS FROM FARMING
As usual at this time of the year the various experts, pub
lications and radio editors are informing; farmer* of ways to make
the most money this coming year. There is a Christian angle to
all this as well.
Most certainly it is Christian to improve the crop-production
and make food profits, so the fanner may take the "proper care
of his family-God intended It that way. The Christian farmer
must remember, however, that increased production and profits
must be legitimate? they must not be realised through "mining"
(robbing) the soil or through underpaying farm laborers. ,
The Christian farmer has an obligation to preserve the aoil,
jwfor the soli actually is a gift of God to all generations. No turner
soil In the sense that he is free to mistreat it either through
^sapping its energy or letting it erode.
Because soil demands such care, God intended widespread
ownership of land in family units. Thus, If "making money" Is
\done at the expense of weaking the opportunities of other families
it cannot be considered Christian.
Remember, you have to look further than just making profits
on the basis of the coet of production. To be a Christian you
have to be certain you are hurting neither the soil nor other
He who deliberately hurts another family cannot be called
a Christian, a follower ot Christ.
Be a good Christian! Be a good Christian Farmer!
f God bless you now.
Rev. Joseph Dean
Murphy's Catholic Chapel
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Th* Miuatianil N?W growth factor for
GAINS ON TOP OF GAINS!
rs?cvai/a?/? as an optional
W ChIcK STARTER ? GROWING ? BOOSTER
VMOPAC ? Pflscr Co. product, produces gains over and above
thoae from antibiotics aad whey, distillers solubles and fish meal.
? Nl CARBAZIN, most efficient protection known against coccidi
oais, is a product of Merck A Co. research.
Addition of these lapertaat mi factors is farther evidence
of Spartan's cone teat parpeee te effer yea the heat hi feeda.
CRAIG SUPPLY CO. 1
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MURPHY, N. C.
LEP8CHIER, JOHN FOWLER.
IDA BRUMBY, JIMMY McCOMBS
GLORIA BOWMAN. STEVE HEM
BREE, NANCY SALE8. BURKE
MOORE. ANN PARKER and
The Murphy girls and boy? bas
ketball squads were honored at a
| dinner given by the Murphy Lions
'Club on Tuesday night. April 28.
Rev. Solomon, of the Presbyter
Ian Church, gave a talk on Texas
And after the two teams had been
Introduced a group of business
men In Murphy presented Coach
Ike Olson with a brown leather
suitcase and a watch band for his
outstanding coaching , of the two
The guests attending were: Jo
Qarrett, Nettle Sue Dockery, Kat
rean Gentry, Kathryn Amos.
Frances Stiles, Nora Swanson. Bet
ty Kate Wilson, Laura Bailey, Hel
en Stiles, Shirley Dockery, Alice
Lovingood, Shirley Stiles and Bet
ty Palmer. Birder Coffey, Jimmy
McCombs. Eddie Joe Elliott, Bob
by Stiles, Fred VAn Horn, Pearl
Johnson. Hoyt Zimmerman, Austin
Coffey, Don Amos. Ray Kephart,
David Guistler, and Ida Brumby.
A party was held at the home of
MARY LEPSCIER recently. It
was held on the outside and only
had one mishap, a pan of hamburg
er caught Are. l
The g u e 8 ts were: JOAN
SCHMITT, IDA BRUMBY. ANN
ELLIOTT, ANN PENNINGTON,
KATHY AMOS. ELAINE LANCF.
BOBBY HEMBREE, GORDON
BATES. JIMMY McCOMBS. JOHN
FOWLER, H. C. BUECK, HARRY
MATTOX, RICHARD MOORE.
Hamburgers, cokes, cakes were
served, games were played and
listened to records.
MRS ANNE WARD'S U. S. His
tory class had a party last Friday,
in the classroom. The party was
financed by fines received from
the students for violating the class
Constitution. The party was prac
tically given- by the history class
president, GWEN COLE and Judge
HUBERT 3 NEED.
Refreshments of Cokes, cookies,
and candy were enjoyed by every
Ginger Deweese gave * weiner
roast at her home, Saturday, May
7. Game* were played. Those who
who were present were: Lonnie
Hoover, Ginger Deweese, Bill
Rhoads, Evangeline Craig, Johnny
'Uulkey, Sue Miller. Jimmy Gibbs,
Ann Gladson, Jimmy Parker, Bec
ky Hoover, Jimmy Gentry, Mary
George Baugh, Douglas Burgess,
Louisa Corn, Paul Hawkins, and
MAT DAT PARTY
After May Day, the queen and
king, maid of honor and escorts,
and the court went to Nancy Lee
Mills house for a party. Mrs. Cos
(Continued on page 10)
"I AM STILL LEARNING"
?'(Author's Name Below).
Most of the prescriptions
sompound, . in this wonderfulj
igr, contain medicines
vera unknown 10 years ago J
Operating a modern prescript
tlon Pharmacy means that we
'ibout new discoveries. We
must continuously, "learn'
ftitudy the Medical and Phar-I
(maeeutieal Journals we re-[
?reive, and every important!
al'harmarenticnl firm mails us
K-eports of progress.
* That is why Physicians knov
iv p ran compound prescriptions!
Tor any medieln* they man
irescrlbe. We welcome pre-l
'.(?riptions for new, unusual, or|
WHEN YOU NEED
Pick up your prescription
shopping near us. A great
people entrust us with the
sponalMllty of filling their
scrlpttons. May .we
Mauney Drug Co.
Oa The .Square
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This is the chance you've been waiting for . . . your chance to buy that new electric
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Between now and May 31, your favorite electric appliance dealer will give you
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With an electric clothes dryer, you can dry clothes with ease . . . anytime you
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Buy your electric dryer now . . .
Save $20 on original installation.
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)ffer ends on May 31.
$80 SAVE THIS COUPON |M
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This coupon is worth $80 on the original installation of an electric range, electric clothes
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$80 off If you buy all four. t
$80 OFFER ENDS MAY SI, IMS aa
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