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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, August 18, 1955, Page 11, Image 11

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Ga. Mt Fair Staged This Week The Georgia Mountain Fair la being held this week, Aug. 16-20 in Hiawassee, Ga. The fair, a non-profit, mulU-coua ty project Is Incorporated by the Towns County Lions Club. Events at the fair Include exhib its from some 2fl counties in divi sions of agriculture, horticulture, forestry, livestock, poultry, antl tiques. curios, home products needlework, arts and crafts. Flower show was held Tuesday, Aug. 16. Yesterday's feature was the dedication of several new and modern Towna County school plants. Dr. D. M Collins, state sup erintendent of education, was the speaker. * Today an old fashioned muzzle loading "hog rifle" shooting match for beef prizes will be held. > The livestock show will take place tomorrow (Friday), followed by a foxhound show. A carnival of over 30 units makes up the midway. "Wilderness Road" at Berea, Ky., runs through Sept. 5 YOU'LL GIT II WITH hogmeal' -HA** 50 W' FAST. . . LOW COST GAINS I "SO" Hog Meal it o complete, bo loneed ration, especially built j to moke meat . . . fost and at low co?t . . . and it doei just that. But that's not oil. Just woit'H you tost* that good rich flavor. You'll love HI Try Mtaf "SO" H06 MUl. It's ? M ftrk-Mtktr. CRAIG SUPPLY CO. MURPHY, N. C. Why look further P KOUJSE WE WANT YOU TO HAVE IK ?EST, WE HANDU ONLY ... good/year DID YOU KNOW it ?U CAN GET A TIRES and we hold our profits down fo bring your savings set BRAND NEW 400dAeAB \ For only; $10 95 MbJEiVn % MT MliH i TW MtST tire buy at tjhe price! An o *ar fafc value made pom& by our laqp nfame nlw. We re able to pa* big otvfafi on to you because our cxmta are* lower oo every tire we fell ? we give you the belt deaf Stop in ? ? trade . now for the Gopdvear Tire that beat will your need and your podtetbook. you aavo morel Aim* a W Allison & Duncan Tire Co. HAMBY ON SHIP Aboard the escort vessel USS Wiseman in the Far East la Frank lin R. Hamby, electrician's mate third class, USN, of Route 4, Box 170, Murphy. NOTICE OF SUMMONS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA CHEROKEE COUNTY. CHEROKEE COUNTY. Plaintiff -VS ARNOLD J. MILLS APS, AND WIFE, MYRTIS MILLS APS The defendants, ARNOLD J. MILLS APS, MYRTIS MILLS APS, will take notice that an action en titled as above has been commenc ed in the Superior Court of Chero- I kee County, North Carolina, to I foreclose the lien of taxes due I plaintiff by defendants tor the 1 years 1952, 1963, and 1954 against the lands of said defendants in Murphy Township, Cherokee Coun ty, North Carolina, to- wit : On the South side of Terrace Avenue in the Town of Murphy. Being Lots ten (10) and Eleven (11) of Block C of the Blumenthal Addition to the Town of Murphy, Map or plat of which is of record : in the office of the Register of DeedS for Cherokee County, North .Carolina in plat book one (1), at 1 page 3, reference to which Is here by made for more complete de scription of said lots. And being the same lands con veyed by Charlie Davis and wife ! Miner Davis to Arnold J. Millsaps \nd wife Myrtis Millsaps, for deed ilated September , 1946, and ecorded in the Office of Register n Book 166, at page 192 therefore 3 which is likewise made for nore complete description of said. Said lands being fully described : i the complaint now on file in this ;.ction, reference to which is here y made for more full description. And for the further purpose of ondemning the said land to sale > satisfy said taxes, tax liens, in irest and costs of this action, and o forever bar and foreclose all i ight, title, estate, interest, claim | ad lien of defendants in and. to or pon said lands; and the said de ] cndants will further take notice , !tey are required to be and appear I .-i ore the Clerk of the Superior i 'ourt of Cherokee County, North , Carolina, at his office in the Court ' ouse in Murphy, N. C., within wenty (20) days after the 8 day of September, 1950, xo-wlt, on or be fore the 28 day of September, 1953, and answer or demur to the com plaint in this action, which is now on file with copies for defendants, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the comDlaint. ' This the 2 day of August, 1955. K. W. Radford v Clerk of the Superior Court of Cherokee U-4tc County, N. C. Continued From Page Ten Sword, P. H. Heirs 1,600 .... 28.80 Sylvester, R. T. 2,500 45.00 Teague, Anna 500 9.00 Teague, Forest Jr. 9.10 PP Teague, Sam 3.70 PP Thompson, John A 9.51 PP I Thomasson, Harvey 1,100 ... 19.801 Thrasher, Hosea 8.02 PP , ripton, Alice 2,450 44.10 j Townson Brothers Cb. ... 50.76 PPj Townson, Edward 850 16.30 1 Townaon, J. C. Jr. 2,150 .... 39.70 Townson, W. D. 54,013 972.23 Townson, William D. Jr. 3,710 67.78 Truett, Giles 2.71 PPl Truett, Margaret 674 13.17 Vaughn, Miss Parrie 1,600 .. 27.00 Wagner, BUI 11.80 PP Walton, Harry S 5.S7 PP Ware, Tobe (Hobe) S.?l PP Watson, Mrs. Irene Ramsey 200 , 3.80 Wayne's Feed 8 tore 81.72 PP Weaver, Edgar S 5.88 PP Webster, Arvil H 18.81 PP West, Constance 6.40 PP West, Herman 1,000 18.00 West, Leonard 3.07 PP WhigAam, Dewey H 7.89 PP Whitfield, Dr. Bryan 8,290 .. 113.22 White, Charles 825 15.85 White, J. C. 1,855 29.79 White, J. C. k Charles 100 .... 1.80 Whitley, Duke 4,533 82.59 Wniiami, Joe A ?.02 PP Wilson, Raymond 1,060 /19.90 Wilson, Vance L. 2,211 39.80 Wilson, Wayne B 5.32 PP Wise. J. E. Heirs 800 14.40 Wright, George Jr 15.40 PP Young, Mr. ft Mrs. Ervin L. 2,600 45.00 Zevely, E. A* .???*?????*? 1.89 PP Zervaf, Claude D. (Heirs) 400 8.10 COLORED A be math jr, Rom Heir* 26 46 Blackwell, Felix 2.80 PP BUckwaO, Jake IS PP BlackweO, Poaey 500 10.00 Blackwell, Watt 500 9.00 OUrer, Margaret ISO O.i Powell, LMter 800 8.40 1 Sutton. AAron 3. TO PP| Capps, F. M 10.88 PP| OtaK, Arthur L Qa?toi Janes J. Deris, Ralph E. V. CHARLES B. CRISP Paving Continue* On Peaektree Road Bids (or the paving of 2.87 miles of road in Cherokee and Clay Coun ties, have been asked by the State Highway Commission. Work to be done is 2.87 miles of grading, structures and paving from a point on US 64 about 400 feet from the intersection of Mis si on Road, southeast along or near Mission Road to the existing sec ondary road about 2.5 miles north east of Brasstown. Charles R. Crisp, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Crisp of Rt. 2, Mur phy, is completing his Air Force basic military training course at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, the "gateway to the Air Force." f I Wish I owt*J rw?tfiin6 but ^ya Wh Things bring v worries . . . unless? I It's true that possessions may bring worries as well as satis- ' faction. As you acquire a house, A car furniture, jewelry and a bank I account, you can (and should) start to worry about what may f happen to 'em. Your bouse may burn or Alow away. You may hit somebody 1 with your car or a golf ball and get sued for big dough. Or some- p body may steal your car or diamond ring. And so on. The only cure for such worries Is to carry plenty of fire, wind storm, theft, liability and other insurance to protect you in case of any kind o( loss. And that is WHERE WE COME IN to help you. CITIZENS BANK and TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Phone 22 Murphy Andrews MOVING] Col... / \ AMfKICAN ? 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