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TIMBER PRODUCTS CO,
MURPHY, N. C.
When you have tubeless tire
problems, be jure to see us
? we're specialists on all
makes. We have the tools
? jrnd the know-how. We use
Goodyear developed techniques
to give you expert, dependable, fast
service. So play safe ? let us inspect
your tubeless tires regularly.
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Allison & Duncan
anntPHT. n. c.
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Miss Martha Sue Hall of And
rews, daughter of W. E. Hall of
Riverside, California, and the late
Mrs. Hall, and granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carpenter of
Andrews, where she made her
home, was married to Joe Max
Reid, son of Mrs. W. E. Jones of
Mooresville, Saturday, June 18, at
6 :S0 p. m. in York, S. C. using the
double ring ceremony.
The couple was accompanied
there by Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
Nance of Salisbury.
The bride wore a frosty pink stilt
with black accessories.
Mrs. Reid is a graduate of And
rews High School, attended Mars
Hill college and was graduated
from Western Carolina College this
Mr. Reid is a graduate of Moor
esville High School and served
four years with the U.' S. Air
Force. He attended Western Car
olina College this past spring and
at present is employed in Flint,
Michigan, where the couple will re
side until September, at which
time Mr. Reid will return to col
lege at Catawba College to pursue
a dental career.
Miss Rebecca Jo Coker became
the bride of Terrance James Boyd
on June 18 in St. Paul's E. U. B.
Church, Canton, Ohio.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
land Mrs. Doyle M. Coker of Hay
esville and Mr. Boyd is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Boyd of
2513 Grove Pl.t S. W., Canton. O.
The bride had been living at 4747
Sherman Church Rd., S. W., Can
ton, O. (
The Rev. Dennis W. Forman of
ficiated at the double ring cere
mony which took place in the after
I Proceeding the ceremony Mr*.
Adolf Unger offered organ selec
tions which included "Indian Love
Call", "Because" and "I Love Tou
the church was decorated with
white gladioli, palms, ferns and
seven branch candelabra.
Given In marriage by her broth
er, John D. Coker, the bride wore
a ballerina-length gown of Chantil
ly lace and tulle over satin. Her
fingertip veil of illusion was fasten
ed to a pearl headdress. She car
ried a white orchid on a white
Mrs. John D. Coker served as
matron of honor and Susan Jane
Boyd, sister of the bridegroom was
Junior bridesmaid. They wore bal
lerina-length gowns of net over
taffeta_in pink and blue, respective
ly, and carried matching bouquets
Nell Wallick was best man and
David Lennon was usher.
The bride's mother wore .a blue
dress with white accessories. The
mother of the bridegroom wore a
navy blue dress with pink acces
sories. Both wore corsages at pink
The reception was held at the
John D. Coked residence.
The couple are at hone at 114 In
gram Ave., 8. W. Canton, O.
Mrs. Boyd is employed In the of
fice of Republic Steel Corp. Mr.
Boyd Is employed by the Acme
WEST TO GftADtTATK
Pvt. Ouron E. Weat of Student
Go. No. ? will graduate thia ?mI
from the Rtpntir Ud Carrier In
stallation and Mihtwuiw Oourae,
one ot the many course* offered at
The Southeastern Signal School.
Camp Gordon, Georgia. Re la the
eon of Mr. and ICra. Arthur Weet,
Turtletown, Tern. ?
CRISP E.VD8 OOUHSE
Vincent W. Crisp of Murphy, will
graduate this week from the tele
type equipment maintenance
course, one of the courses offered
at the Southeastern Signal School,
Camp Gordon, Ga.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Don't use compost on fields
where Irish potatoes are to be
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D. & L. PONTIAC CO.
Murphy, N. C. Phone 243
Important thought to keep in mind:
There's no need to worry about stalling in hot-weather traffic;
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| burning Gulf NO-NO X.
full working octane
because its super-refined to burn clean
?vto gasoline, no matter how high
? the octane, will let your engine
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That's why it pays to always use
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In addition, you get ...
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MURPHY, N. a