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A A P Coffee Is .
Lowest In 5 Yean
A nation-wide reduction of four
cents t pound on ita own brands
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aa w for timber and pulp.
JOS ?nor? powerl Literature free.
McCnl&ocfc Motore Corporation ?
World '? largttt chain tow builder.
?nrsi Ask tfxait tto IkMhck M? 1
?cUm farm lam mrmtt.
ALEXANDER CHAIN SAW
SALES ? SERVICE
Phone M J Murphy, N. C.
at ooOn was MiwmwJ today by
A* P 8tOTM.
These reductions company offi
cial* maid brine premium coffee
prices down to the lowest point In
approximately Ave yean. Just a
year ago A4P coffee was selling
for as high at (1.17 per pound.
The new prices per pound effect
ive in all AAP stores Monday Be
Bight O'Clock 75 cents. Red Circle
79 cents, and Bokar 81 cents. The
company's own brand of A4P Vac
cum pack coffee will be reduced
from 89 to 85 cents a pound.
DOCKEBY IN GERMANY
Pvt. Robert F. Dockery, husband
of Mrs. Christine G. Dockery of
Murphy, is a member of the VTX
Corps in Germany. A driver in the
Corp's 328th transportation comp
any, Dockery entered the army In
August. 1954, and arrived overseas
last March. Re completed ha sir
training at Camp Gordon, Ga. '
SAFE ? DEPENDABLE ? ECONOMICAL
NATION-WIDE MOVING SERVICE
* AUTHORIZED AOiNT *
Palmer Bros. Trucking Co. Inc.
Phone 24* Murohy. K. (i
TO CITY TAXPAYERS
2% DISCOUNT NOW
ON 1955 CITY TAXES
City Taxpayers may now take advantage
of a 2% discount by paying their city taxes
prior to June 30, 1955.
Town of MURPHY
C. E. Johnson, City Clerk
LENGTHS: 28 56 inche*? 7 feet
9 ft. 4 inches ? 11 ft 8 inches
and 14 fMt
DIAMETER: 8 incbe. through 20 inche.
SMOKY MOUNTAIN FIBER GO.
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Dies After Illness
Benjamin Allen Breedlove, 83.
died at S a. m. Friday, May 27, In
his borne. Murphy, Route 1, follow
ing a long lllneaa.
He was a son of the late John and
Minerva DeHart Breedlove pio
neers of 8waln County, and had liv
ed for 35 years in Cherokee County
where he had engaged in farming
He was the father of 16 children.
14 of whom survive.
?His wife, Mrs. Charlotte Pallas
Breedlove died In 1M2 at the age of
Surviving are five sons. Claude
of Toccoa, Ga. ; Graden of Lauda.
Walter, of Canton, Ohio, Troy of
Morganton and Fred of Murphy.;
nine daughters. Miss Sara Breed
love of Murphy, Mrs. Ernest Cook
of Marble. Mrs. Dillard Griffith of
Murphy. Mrs. Wilber Wood of Al
mond. Mrs. C. L. Turben of Win
chester. Va., Mrs. Grover White of
Andrews. Mrs. Harley Hickos of
Hayesville. Miss Edith Breedlove
of Oakridge, Tenn. and Mrs. Lloyd
Shugarts of Clearfield, Pa., 44
grandchildren, and 12 great-grand
Also four brothers, Bob of Need
more. Bill of Almond. Wood of
Washington State, and Jule of Bry
son City; and two sisters. Mrs.
Nancy Byrd of Charlotte, and Mrs.
Mary Smiley of Bryson City.
Funeral services were held at
2:30 p. m. Sunday in the Upper
Peachtree Baptist Church of which
he had been an active member for
35 years. The Rev. Lester Stowe
officiated and burial was in Peach
The body lay in state in the
church from 12:30 till the hour of
Townson Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
J. M. Bryant. 82
Dies At Culberson
Joseph Marion Bryant, 82, died
at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, May 24, in
bis home, Culberson, Route 2, after
a long illness.
He was Dorn in Union County,
Ga. and was married to Mrs. Gus
sie Styles Bryant, Sept. 3, 1898.
He had. been a member of Hope
well Baptist Church for more than
65 years, and was a deacon in the
church for many years.
He had been a member of Sweet
gum Mason Lodge, 542, and had
four sons who are members of the
Funeral services were held at
2.30 p. m .Thursday in Hopewell
Missionary Baptist Church. The
Rev. W. L. Cook, the Rev. Org
Forester, and the Rev. E. M. Bed
ford officiated and burial was in
the church cemetery with Masonic
rites at the graveside.
Surviving are the widow: six
sons, Marvin, Wayne, John and
Hoyt of Culberson, Route 2, Honied
of Kansas City, Mo., and Claude of
Atlanta, Ga.; one daughter, Mrs.
Ralph Morrow of Culberson; 10
grandchildren; one great-grand
child and one sister, Mrs. Lily King
Townson Funeral Hdme was in
Dies In AsheviDe
Forrest Cruse. 81, died in a hos
pital In AshevUle Thursday, May
Funeral services were held at 2
p. m. Saturday in the First Baptist
Church at Andrews. The Rev. J. C.
A native of Andrews, Cruse was
a painter. He was a member of the
Andrews Lutheran . Church and a
Veteran of World War L
Surviving are the widow; ?
daughter, June of Andrews; two
sons. Bob and Billy, both in the
Air Force; and two sisters, Mrs.
Weld on Martin, and Mrs. Myrtle
Cruse, both of Andrews.
I vie Funeral Home was lncharge
Gold braes Warning
Commissioner at Insurance Char
las F. Gold ha* waned citizens of
North Ctottia of the purchase of
so called Term Insurance from
Social Security Society, 418-18 Mills
Building, Washington. D. C.
Mail a ad literature has been
sent from the Waddnftos sddrees
bat Superintendent of IkMamwe
r. Jordan of Washington, D. C.
Shop Is Open
Woodworking classes will be
continued each Monday night from
7:30 to t:>0 at the John C. Camp
bell Folk School.
The woodshop will be open at
this time to interested people who
have a working knowledge of wood
working and who wish to learn
more about furniture making.
Some of the furniture made dur
ing the weekly ly>bby night course
offered this spring were tables,
beds, bookcases, toy chests, what
nots and shuttles.
Other hobby night clases were
held in weaving and wood-carving. |
These classes ended for the sea
son Monday night.
Local persons attending were:
woodworking. Wayne Holland, Var- 1
len Ruse, Dale Scroogs, Willis
Jones. Lynn Gault and Miss Fannie
McLellan of Brasstown, Mrs. Mar
Has Birthay Party
Mm. Ida KUby honored h*r grand
daughter, Gaoall Coleman an her
seventh birthday with * party Mon
day evening, May A
I Some SO guests were preaent and
refreshments ware served by Mrs.
Glen Roberta. Mrs. Garland Cole
man and Mrs. Garland avis.
garet Warner, Murphy; and Gene
Wood carving, Glenn Teems, Mrs.
Louise Hyatt, Br ass town; Charles
Paine, Gainesville, Ga. ; Mrs. B.
E. Warner, Mrs. Dot Owens, Mrs.
G. H. Farley, Margaret Akin,
Jane Sneed and Elizabeth Gray,
Weaving Miss Phyllis Snyder,
Murphy; Miss Joan Crawford. Hay
esville; Mrs. Nancy Jones. Miss
Marcia Haitmeyer and Miss Jane
\Let the Fast Start Tw/ns
PURINA BABY PIG (HOW
and PIG STARTENA"
he[p you Hurry Hogs
MARKET RECORDS PROVE
It pay* to start pics fast And a fast
Mart HM Umo| tbc early market
with failrfwd hog?? when prices are
NEW BABY HO CHOW ?
Parina's nfcw taste discovery? is so
pelfs hte that pics take to it extra
early. Contains Pura-Fat (selected
fata) and Para-Sweet (selected
sweeteners). That's why pics lore it.
Feed i ba| (SO lbs.) per litter then
switch to PURINA PIG STAKTZNA
the starter that helped more than
5,000,000 pigs make whopping
weights ?* weaning last year.
hrt Him* fast Start Twi?s
to work In your feedlot.
The results will amaze you.
Ask for Purina Baby Pig
Chow and Pig Startena at
Your Store with the
Your Store wifh the
STILES PRODUCE CO.
Jones Dies At
Home Of Daughter
Claud* U. Jones, 68. died Tues
day night last week at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Hoyt KUpatrick,
at Ranger. He had been ill for a
long time, critically tor the past
Mr. Jones was a native of Talk
ing Rock, Ga., but had made his
home at Ranger for most of his
life. Until his retirement some two
years ago he was a boilermaker at
the Tennessee Copper Co.
Besides Mrs. KUpatrick, he is
survived by two other daughters,
Mrs. Rebuen Tankersley, Me
Cayesville; and Mrs. Bert Thomas,
Knoxville; a brother, C. C. Jones,
Akron, O.; a sister, Mrs. N. E. C.
Vellenoweth, Oopperhill, Tenn. ;
and nine grandchildren.
An all-day decoration will be held
at Macedonia Baptist Church on
the third Sunday In June? June 15.
Everyone is Invited and a special
invitation is extended to all sing
Mrs. Groves, 88
Dies At Hayesvifle
Mrs. OUle Haaeltlne Groves,
died at ?V m. Friday at her home,
Route I, Hayeavllle following a
long Illness She waa affectionately
known aa "Aunt OUle".
She waa a native of Towna Coun
ty Ga. daughter of the, lata And
rew and Phente Stroud Ruaael).
She waa the widow of Charlie Q rov
es who died In February, IMS, and
waa a member of Friendship Bap
tist Church in Towna County.
Funeral services were held at >
p. m. Sunday in Myera Cfeapel
Methodist Church. The Rev. V. N.
Allen and the Rev. E. L. Adams of
ficiated and burial was In the chur
ch cemetery. Grandaoha acted aa
Surviving are two eons, Frank
and Andrew of Hayeavllle, one
daughter, Mrs. Lush Brevard of
Hayeavllle, eight grandchildren;
one brother, J. B. Russell al Hla
wassee. Ga. three slaters, Mrs.
Jess Glbaon. Mrs. Dot Johnaon of
Hiawaasee, and Mrs. John Wood of
I vie Funeral Home waa In
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Phone 145 Murphy, N.C.
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merchant or wholesaler, DICKEY'S trained
personnel are glad to help you route your
freight to obtain the fastest service possible!
Dickey Freight Lines Inc.
Fait, Dependable Service To Or From Anywhere ka the OSA
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Murphy, N. C.
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