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Bankers At UNC
For Special Course ;
John Gill, cashier and manager
of the Murphy bank; Smith Howell, I
vice president of the Robbinsville
bank; and Joe Rutiedge, cashier
of the Hayesvule bank, all of Citi
zens Bank and Trust Co. are this
week attending banking school at
the University of North Carolina,
36 Names On July
i Court Jury List
I Judge Dan K. Moore will preside
| at the one week criminal term of
I Cherokee County Superior Court
| opening July 25 here.
I The 36 man jury list lor the
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Mauney Drug Store Parker's Drug Store
Quality Market Howell's Market
Murphy Food Store \
court was released this week as
follows: Marvin Poatell, Rt. 1, An
drews: H. F. Rector, Andrews;
Carl Gentry, Rt. S, Murphy; L. C.
I Hawkins, Suit; Hardy Truett, Rt.
1 2. Culberson; Dewey Mills, Rt. t,
| Murphy; Roy Kephart, Rt. S, Mur
phy; Noland Wells, Rt. 1, Murphy;
and Wade Farmer, Rt. S, Murphy.
I Also Harest Kin;, Murphy; Willie
Russell, Andrews; T. L.. Martin,
/Rt. 2, Murphy; J. H. Ellis, Rt. S,
* Murphy: Fred Johnson, Andrews;
Harve Radford, Rt. S Mruhpy ;
Frank Coleman. Rt. 2, Murphy;
Theodore Anderson, Rt. 1, Culber
son: Leonard Mills, Rt. 3. Murphy.
Also J. H. Baker, Marble: J. L.
Barber. Andrews; Allen Ramsey,
Murphy : Goley Garrett, Rt. 1, Mar
ble; Henry Stover, Andrews; J. M.
Little. Rt. 1, Culberson; Lonnie
Early. Andrews; Lee Hughes,
Marble: C. C. -Foster, Rt. 2, Cul
| Also N. A. Doekery. Andrews: J.
J. Golden. Rt. 2. Culberson; Alex
[postell. Andrews; Fred Ware, Suit:
Ben Palmer. Murphy; J. F. Fricks.
Rt. 3. Murphy; Bass Carringer, |
>Rt. l. Murphy. Arthur Graham,'
Rt. 4. Murphy: and Howard Best!
MOUNTAIN CHURCH SINGING
A singing will be held Saturday,
?July 6 at the Mountain Baptist
Church. All singers and the pub
!ic are invited to attend. The
church is located some four miles
from Andrews on the highway near
The Tar Heel strawberry crop
for 1955 was the smallest of record
as only 38,000 crates were produc
ed." This is 72 per cent below the
small 1954 production.
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1954 FORD 5 Pan.
1950 DODGE ll/2 Ton
195# FORD F 3
1954 PLYMOUTH Bl. 4 Dr.
1961 DODGE P. V.
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1953 FORD t Dr.
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Dies Here Sundav
Weaver L. Anderson, 69, died at
his home here at 10:45 p. m. Sun
day, July 10 after a long Illness.
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday at ll a. m. in the Hayes
vtlle Methodist Oiurch. The Rev.
John K. Miller, pastor and the
Rev. Asmond Maxwell, pastor of I
Murphy First Methodist Church |
officiated and burial was in the
Hayesville Methodist Cemetery
with Masonic rites.
He was a native of Clay County,
a son of the late Capt. James S
and Josephine Ketron Anderson
and resided most of his life in
Hayesville, coming to Murphy a
bout two years ago.
He was engaged in the mercan
tile business, retiring in September
1953. For 27 years he was a mem
ber of the Cherokee Lodge, No. 146
AF and AM of Murphy.
He was a 32nd degree Scottish
Rite Mason, affiliated with the
Asheville Consistery and Oasis
Scottish Rite Shrine in Charlotte,
and a member of Murphy Chapter,
No. 10. Order of the Eastern Star.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Annie Lou Gaddis Anderson; one
daughter. Mrs. Opal Tiger of Hay
esville: one son, James VV. Ander
son of Jacksonville, Fla., one
step-daughter. Miss Mary Ann
Gaddis and one step-son. E. G.
Gaddis of the home; one sister.
Mrs. Carrie A. Johnston of Hayes
ville and two grandchildren.
Pallbearers were rtooert. Early,
O. L. and Howard Anderson, Rob
ert Johnston, and Anderson Bell.
Honorary pallbearers were R.
with the exclusive
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MI KPHY FOOD STORE
Benefit Square Dance
Set Friday At GYM
Everyone is Invited to attend the
benefit square dance party Friday.
July IS at the Murphy gym at 8 p.
Hie dance sponsored by the
Cl>eroke? County Home Demon
Dr. Morris Miller
Dies In Durham
Dr. Charles Morris Miller, 36,
died at 4:45 p. m. Saturday. July
t, in a Durham Hospital from com
plications arising from a goiter op
eration on Tuesday.
Funeral services were held Mon
day at 4 p. m. in the chapel of
Townson Funeral Home.
The body remained at the Fun
eral Home till the hour of the ser
The Rev. Asmond Maxwell, the
Rev. Robert A. Potter and the Rev.
W. F. Elliott officiated and burial
was in the family lot in the Old
He was the son of the late Ed
ward. S. and MUlicent Brittain Mil
ler a prominent family of Murphy
and was a member of the First
Miller was graduated from
Emory I'nivprsitv Dental College,
\tlanta in 1945. He was a member
of Sigma Pi Fraternity of Emory
md XI Psi Phi Dental Fraternity.
He was a captain in the U. S.
Army during World War II and was
on active duty in Korea for 16
months, where he was wounded. He
was practicing dentistry in Weldon
when he became ill.
He Is survived by two brothers.
Dr. Harry Miller atf Murphy, and
Lt. Col. Edward S. Miller of Rio
de Janeiro, Brazil; and one sister,
Mrs. Frank Justice of Oteen.
M. Tiger. E. C. Moore, E. H.
Moore, Hayes Dockery, John Mc
Guire, Glenn Vandiver, Pearl
Scroggs, Allen J. Bell, Horace
Medford, Alex Bradley, Cloe
Moore, Frank Bumgamer and Ed
H. Curtis. Nieces were flower bear
I vie Funeral Home was in
Make Better Milkers
Weight, growth, and production records on thousands
of heifers raised at the Purina Research Farm prove that
big calves make big cows. And big cows usually give a
lot more milk than smaller ones.
T chi can grow calves even bigger
than those started on milk by feeding
Purina Nursing Chow and Purina Calf
Startena. What's more you will prob- ?
ably have less trouble from scours.
Just feed Purina Nursing Chow mixed
ia warm water foY 30 days. No milk
While they last you can get one of
these special aluminum, seamless pails
for ooly 851 90W first purchase
of Narsing Cbow.
Also self-feed^Parina Calf Startena
from 4 days to 4 months old. Startena
develops calves bigger and better than
grain or dairy mix because calves like
it better, and it is balanced especially
for their needs.
KEEP DOWN DISEASE... i
Ctoan th* p?n and fttding
pail* wrtfc Purina Disinfectant.
STILES PRODUCE CO.
stration Council to provide fun and I
entertainment for local families'
and alao to raise funds for tarn,
The party will be headed up b>
Phillip Merrill of New York, an
experienced caller and musician, i
The regular Friday night games'
and dances at the Folk School, has
been cancelled so that they may
attend the party here.
Refreshments will be on sale
under the supervision of Mrs.
Frank Ferguson and Peachtree
Home Demonstration Club.
Tickets, at SO cents for adults;
25 cents for youths 10 through high I
school; (children under 10 admit- <
ted free), may be obtained from
any Home Demonstration Club
member or may be purchased at
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