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Mlii Annie Maria Butler, student
nurse haa returned to Mission Me
morial Hospital Aaheville after
spending a vacation here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L.
Butler. She was accompanied to
Aaheville by her brother Gordon
Lee, Jr. who has recently returned
home from the Eastern part of the
state where he has been employed
during the vacation months with
the Forest Service.
Mr. and Mrs. George Handura
and children, Elaine and Lynn who
are spending the summer at their
cottage here left Friday for a vlait
with relatives in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. John Christy at
tended the wedding of their nephew
Dr. William Fisher McBrayer of
Rutherdforton to Miss Peggy Ann
Lawing of Belmont, at the First
Baptist Church in Belmont Satur
day evening. The Rev. John Christy
Jr. of High Point assisted with the
ceremony and Robert Christy of
Columbia, S. C. served as one of
Mrs. David Swan has as house
guests this week her granddaugh
ter, Margaret Swan of Franklin
and her son-in-law and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Aobert Taylor of Gal
atin, Tenn. I
Mrs. Clyde H. Jarrett left Mon
day for Charlotte where she will
visit at the home of her son. Dr.
Clyde H. Jarrett Jr. and his family
for a few days. Later in the week
Dr. Jarrett. his family and Mrs.
Jarrett will leave for a stay at My
Walter E. Headley. chief of Po
lice of Miami, Florida and son are
spending a two weeks vacation
here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nichols are
spending this week with their son,
Lee Nichols and his family in Cen
Miss Bertha McGuire and broth
er, Gerald McGuire, have returned i
from Akron, O., where they spent
a week with their brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Ford
They were Joined there by another
sisiter Miss Vanoy McGuire of
New York City. Mrs. Johnny Roper
I of Philadelphia who had been vis
liting here also made the trip with
Mrs. Thomas J. Hill of Orlando,
Fla. arrived Sunday for a visit with
her nieces, the Misses Mabel and
Mrs. Maggie Kogers has return
ed to her home in Birmingham,
Ala. after a months stay here with
her sister, Mrs. W. T. Fisher.
A five acre picnic area surrounds
Indian Fort Theater at Berea, Ky.
1IF.W THEATRE, Murphy, N. C.
Sl'N. - MON., AUG. 21 - 22
Their' t w at a lov? '
that never looked
back. ..never stopped
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UK KtlA CUUr "M
DOUGLAS - DARVI - ROLAND 'J
CESAR ROMERO ? LEE J. COBB ? KATY JURADO
Mrs. Hancock Is
Killed In Wreck
Mrs. Lester M. Hancock of Qiar
lotte, sister of Mrs. Roy Wells of
Murphy, was killed In a head-on
automobile crash near Wilmington
early Friday morning, August 5.
Mr. Hancock suffered chest in
juries and possible internal Injur
ies and a son, George 16, suffered
a broken arm and cuts. Both were
report ed ta satisfactory condition
in James Walker Memorial Hospi
The Hancock car colided with a
car driven by a Camp Lejeune
Marine who police said was intoxi
cated and driving his automobile
on the wrong side of the highway.
The Marine, Edmund James Walk
er, 21, and a fellow Marine pas
senger, Frank D. White, were only
The Hancocks were on their way
to a beach vacation. Mr. Hancock
is manager of the Charlotte office
of Charlotte Liberty Mutual Insur
Mrs. Hancock, the former Sarah
Emily Davis, was a native of Cher
okee County, a daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Davis.
She was a member of the Order
of the Eastern Star and Pritchard
Memorial Baptist Church. She was
president of the Ann Williams Bib
Surviving are the husband and
son; two sisters. Mrs. Roy Wells
of Murphy and Mrs. Jim Bryson of
Cullowhee; and a brother. Robert1
D. Davis of Franklin. Two brothers
both of Charlotte. J. Van Davis and
B. D. Davis died in recent years.
632 Cows Tested
By Dr. Headrick
Dr. A. J. Headrick, local veter
inarian, has visited some 243 (arms
and tested 632 cows on a fee basis
at federal expense during the past
Funds for the testing were recent
ly cut off, it was announced last
Two reactors were found in the
testing. Dr. Headrick said.
Dr. Becton, federal veterinarian
at large for this section also test
ed cattle in the Peachtree, Marble,
Andrews and Topton sections.
I Third Soaday Sing
Be At Nt. Carmel
The regular Cherokee County
Third Sunday singing will be held
at Mt. Carmel Church near Hiwas
see Dam at 2 p. m. Sunday, Aug
21. Singers are expected to attend
from Georgia and Clay County.
There are 1791 seats In Indian
Fort Theater at Berea, Ky.
? SMOKY MOUNTAIN
If ORE FUiV THAN A KING SIZE CORN SQUEEZE*!'
2 \/2 HOURS ?f MOMDi' MOUNTAIN MOOSIC!
Roy Acaff, The Weaver Bras, Elviry,
The Smoky Noutaia Boys, Fats Wilson
The Texas Waaderers, Vera Vagae
Helea Troy, The Kldoodlers, Boris Bay
Aad We Boa't Know Who All 1 ~
I MURPHY Drive - In
TOES -WED ...
REGULAR AMDSSMNt WIMPY WOULDKT SELL
TICKETS IF US WIFE DIDN'T MAKE HIM
Dies Suddenly Tues
William Henry Cornwell, Sr.. 73.
died suddenly here Tuesday morn
ing of a heart attack. He had been
employed by the Commonwealth
Lumber Company as a lumber
Surviving are the widow. Mrs.
I Annie Cornwell; three daughters,
Mrs. Ada Pickleaimer of Lowell,
I Mrs. Mae Andrews of Gaston la and
| Mrs. E. J. Lyons of Perkasie, Pa. ;
i four sons, Allen of Cramerton. B.
J J. Route 1. Murphy; Sheridan of
Collingswood, N. J., and W. H. Jr.
'of Murphy; one brother, Jim Com
well of Murphy; four sisters, Mrs.
1 Rhoda Palmer Route 1, Murphy,
Mrs. Sarah Graves of Liggett,
Kv., Mrs. Mary Graves, Route S,
Murphy and Mrs. Maggie Stew
art of Murphy; and 22 grandchild
Funeral services jvill be held at
2 p. m. Thursday in Tomotla Bap
tist Church, with the Rev. C. A.
Smith officiating. Burial will be
in the church cemetery.
Townson Funeral Home is in
Set Picnic Tuesday 1
Tfie young people of St. Barna
bas Church and the Church of the
Messiah, will join young people of
other Episcopal churches in the
western portion of the Diocase of
j Western North Carolina in an out
door worship service, picnic and !
fellowship gathering at the John C.
Campbell Folk School. Brasstown
on Tuesday. Aug. 23.
Young people from St. John's
Church, Slyva. and the Church of
St. Francis of Assissi, Cherokee
will be prfsent along with their
priest, the Rev. Robert B. Pollard
Also the young people of St. Ag
nes' Church and St. Cyprian's
Church Franklin, will be present
along with their priest the Rev.
Rufus A. Morgan.
Rev. Morgan Be
The Rev. A. Rufus Morgan,
pri?st-in-charge of St. Agnes'
Church, Franklin will celebrate the
Holy Eucharist and preach Sunday
Aug 21, at local Episcopal Church
He will be at the Chapel of the
Holy Comforter, Andrews, at 9 a.
m.; Church of the Messiah. Mur
phy, 11 a. m.; home of Quentln
Moore in Hayesville. 3p m; and St.
Barnabarf'Church, Murphy, 8 p. m.
The final service will be followed
by a fellowship supper in the par- ,
ish house at St. Barnabas.
N. C. Increases ....
Hwy. Patrol Staff .
RALEIGH ? With the recent ad
dition of 25 new troopers the North
Carolina State Highway Patrol be
came the largest such organisation
In the Southeast and the sixth lar- 1
gest in the Nation.
The Tar Heel Patrol numbers
553 officers and men, only three
short of Its authorised 556-man
" Only California, New York, New
Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania
have a greater number of troopers,
Patrol Headquarters said.
Neighboring states, with the ex
ception of Georgia, reported their
complement of troopers at follows ;
South Caro?ir< 287, Florida 243, J
Tennessee 356. Mississippi, 196. Al
abama 285, Louisiana 326 and Vir
ginia 550. t
COMING SOON TO
Academy Award Winner
DmmM Hooted At
I Forestry Cmmp
Donald Hogsed, 14 son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Housed of Murpjiy
I is spending one week at Crabtree
Creek Park as guest of the state's
pulp and paper mills.
The camp, near Raleigh is finan
ced by four pulp and paper mills in
North Carolina with boys receiving
instruction in many phases of for
estry management. The camp is
sponsored by the Southern Pulp
uixxi Conservation Association of
Their instructors, graduate fores
ters. are teaching the youths how
to b?st manage the trees on their
? farm land.
Mills financing the week-long t
camp are International Paper Co., '
The Champion Paper and Fibre |
Co., Reigel Woodlands Corp., and
North Carolina Pulp Co.
The SPCA sponsors nine such
camps throughout the South with
i.pproximately 1.000 boys attending
| Leal Exhibit In
Library This Week
A leaf exhibit, prepared by Ken
neth B. Farmer, is on display at
the Murphy Carnegie Library this
week, Miss Josephine Heighway,
Tue exhibit includes leaves from
' this section and is arranged to
show the variety of leaf formations
| to be found locally. The exhibit
will be up through this week, Miss
Thura.-Fri., Aug 18-19
Sat Aug. 20
RY1NG HOOVES KMNST
PHI DOROTHY BUY
CAREY- PATRICK -GRAY /
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u-Mon., Aoc fl-t*
GrseeaMe Kites Held
For Nancy lnfmnt
Graveside rites for Diane Maney,
lniant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Maney, Route S, Hayesville |
were held at S p. m. Sunday. Aug
14, ^tn the Shooting Creek Church
of God Cemetery, with the Rev.
Emerson Davenport officiating.
Surviving, in addition to the par
ents. are the paternal grandmo'li- |
er. Mrs. Donnie Maney Hogsed,
and the maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas. Hay
esville, Route S.
Average per capita income of the '
U. S. farm population was slightly .
higher in 1984 than
only a little below
high reached in 1951.
in 1953, anJ
the all-time j
ANDREWS, N. C.
Thurs.-Frl., Aug 18-19
"Francis Goes To '
Sat., Aug. 20
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Sun. Mon., Aug. tl-22
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Fields Of Wood .
Revival Starts Sun.
Bishop J. B Wright of Cleveland.
Tenn., will conduct a revival meet
ing at Fields of the Wood, near
Murphy, beginning Aug. 21 at 7 :30
Special singing will be furnished
by Stanley and Marguerite Wright,
radio and recording artists of- the
Church of God of Prophecy.
Service director will be Bishop
O. A. Wilson, manager of Fields of
the Wood. Bishop Wright is general
superintendent of Bible Training
Camps throughout the world, offi
cial school of instruction for the
Church of God of Prophecy.
He is also a minister for the or
ganization's international radio
program, the Voice of Salvation. \
The public Is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Carry overs of wheat, corn, cot
ton, rice, minor feed grains, and
some oil crops, will be at or near
the peak this year. Much of this is
held by Commodity Credit Cor
Thurs.-Fri., Aug. 18-19
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Sat., Aug. M
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