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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, July 14, 1955, Page 9, Image 9

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COLBERT TO JAP AM PFS Jajr M. Colbert. 23, sod of Mr. and Mra. Tiray uolDert. ttt. S. Murphy, U scheduled to be eent to Japan from Fort Campbell, Ky., In July aa part of Operation Gyro scope, me Army ? new unit rota tion plan. See us for reliable insurance in any line HYDE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 145 Murphy, N.C. ANNUAL FARMERS FEDERATION PICNIC Saturday, July 16th ? 10 A. M. Peach tree School * Murphy, N. C. PANHANDLE PETE AND THE FARMERS FEDERATION STRING BAND FEATURING HJOK FRANKLIN ? JIMMY BUCHANAN ? DARRYL PETIT FREE ?' WAffifeklitffl FREE LEMONADE $10.00 PRIZE FOR BEST LOCAL ACT Other Prizes For Largest Truckload Of Picnickers And Contest Winners ALL, CHOIRS MUSICIANS, SINGERS AND DANCERS ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED >1 Citizens Bank & Trust Co. iMurphy ? Andrtewa ? Rlobbnisville Haycarville Serving Southwestern North Carolina HAKTUI TU HETUKN PFC Franklin D. Martin, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, of Route 3, Murphy, is scheduled to leave Germany for the U. S. in July as part of Operation Gyro scope, the Army's new unit rota tion plan. Martin's unit, the 1st Infantry Division, is being replaced in Eu rope by the 10th Infantry Division. The two divisions are the first units to take part in the transfer plan. A supply clerk in Battery A of the division's 48th Anti-Aircraft Ar tillery Battanlion, he entered the Army in August 1953 and arrived in Europe in March 1963. | Martin was graduated in 1963 from Murphy High School. Private First Class Colbert will be flown into the Far East with ap proximately 4000 other members of the 508th Airborne Regimental Combat Team in giant C-124 Globe masters. The 508th will replace the 187th RCT. A member of the team's Comp any A, he entered the Army in February 1961 and completed basic training at Fort Bragg, N. C. He is a veteran of the Korean conflict. To control corn earworms, apply dusts containing 10 per cent DDT every second day from the time .silks appear until they dry up or corn is harvested. Handicraft Map Is Published i A handicraft map at the Southern 'Highlands was Issued this year, the ' first of Its kind In the world. The map has locations of craft shops and workers, where visitors are welcome, marked for the traveler. Copies of the map are available upon request to the Ashe vllle Chamber of Commerce, Box 7497, Asbeville, N. C. The annual craftsman's fair will be held next week in the Asheville City Auditorium. Friends Invited To Mease Tea Sunday Friends of Mr. and lira. E. C. I Mease, Sr., of Hayesvuie, are in vited to attend the tea Sunday, July 17, honoring their 90th wedd ing anniversary. The Meases' children will enter tain for their parents at a tea from S to ? p. m. at the home of the Meases' Sr. Large numbers of cattle on farms assures high slaughter in 1965, though probably below 1964. This along with prospects for continued strong demand points to stability in prices. MOVING?, Col.. ia AMIR KAN ? IKED B iiLL TBANMT COMPANY, MC SAFE ? DEPENDABLE ? ECONOMICAL NATION-WIDE MOVING SERVICE * AUTHORIZED A 01 NT * Palmer Bros. Trucking Co. Inc. Phone 202 Muroay, H. GS. HOMELITE MODEL 5-30 It's the most powerful, fastest cutting one man chain saw ever developed. It brings down trees 5 feet or more in diameter and cuts in any position. Most important it stands up under the grind, requires minimum maintenance, saves time and money on any production job. % 4 Seeing is Believing ~ Come in and ask for a free cfemo Mtnlieik For Service and Saws You Can DEPEND ON RADFORD HOMEUTE SERVICE Phone 84 Murphy, N. C. rm* IT'S HOT! MERCURY'S RISING! , RECORD SALES MEAN RECORD DEALS Co-op THE NEW Itt-HOftStfOWEK MONTCLA1R HARDTOf COUPE, shown above, is one of Mercury's 11 models, in 3 series. There is a Mercury priced to fit any budget. t. * v* - As Mercuiy sales go up_your cash outlay goes down Dorit miss the biggest summer savings yet ! YOU SAVE 4 WAYS No summer slump here! Mercury sales are still booming. That's why we can offer you such a generous allowance for your present car. Mercury prices start below 13 models in the low price field* ? so you can save even more cash. But that's just a starter. Mercury's famous operating economy and low upkeep save you still more. And remember: Mercury con sistently leads its field in value at trade-in time ? as independent surveys clearly show. mm m ml ??nrnhii i1 imnlirf Id mr Imhrf i?M pta ?ha ? M?1?| CMa* 2 4mar Mm |ax Ifcil u'lrfl AND LOOK WHAT YOU GET Exclusive styling shared by no other car. 11 models in 3 series to choose from. A bigger-all over Mercury ? in length, width and wheel base. A new super-compression super-torque V-8 engine ? 198 horsepower in the Mercury Montclair (shown above); 188 horsepower in the Mercury Custom and Monterey. Plus all these extra-value features at no extra cost: a 4-barrel vacuum carburetor, anti-fouling high compression spark plugs oq all models; dual exhausts on Montclairs and Montereys. See 'em! Try 'em! To save the most, act now. THE BIO MOVE IS TO MERCURY Mercury is setting new IT PAYS TO OWN A ITIERCURY I Evans Auto Co. VALLEY RIVER AVENUE ?FOR FUTURE STYLING, 1 SUPER POWER . f r , v? ? a J*sii . V ? . <T.

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