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Andrews Garden Club Sets
Demonstration And Tea
Final plana have been completed ?
by the Andrews Garden club for
the Silver Tea and demonstration
on "Flower Arranging" to be held |
on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 34 at
the of Mrs. Giles W. Cover.
The tea hour Is from 3 :30 to 4 :30
p. m. and the demonstration on
"Flower Arranging" will be pre
sented at 4:30 by Mrs. A. L. Hol
ton of Big Stone Gap, Va.
Invitations have been issued to
garden cluba in the neighboring
Americans consume about three
times as many oranges as they did
30 years ago, about twice as much
Ice cream and tomatoes, about 1
two- thirds more chicken, and
about a third more beef, per per
Held Here Frldmy
Mrs. Francis Bourne, Sr., Mrs.
Don Wltherapoon and Mrs. H. G.
Elkins were hostesses for a lunch
eon and bridge party at the Regal
Bridge was played at 13 tables
and there were 10 additional lunch
i^riie winners were, Mrs. Jack
Bocook, high; Mrs. Willard Coop
er, second high and Mrs. William
L. Reid, low.
Four bingo prizes went to Mrs.
Asmond Maxwell, Mrs. Martha
Dreher, Mrs. John Baughman, and
Mrs. Evanell Lauria.
nr., Mr*. Former 1
Misses Kate and Leila Hayes
were at home last Friday evening,
August IS, from S-10:30 at their
their home at Tomotla honoring
home at Tomotla honring their
nephew and bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth B. Farmer of Spartan
burg, S. C.
Pink and white were th? colors
used in flowers and refreshments.
The hostesses were assisted in
entertaining by Mrs. J. B. Shields,
Mrs. Hugh Hayes and Miss Addle
Leatherwood, who poured punch;
and by Mrs. John Rogers. Mrs. B.
C. Deweese and Mrs. Fred Scroggs
who assisted in serving.
Music was furnished by Mrs. J.
W. Davidson, pianist. Some 150-175
guests called during the evening.
Average prices paid by North
Carolina farmers for specified
food items on March 15, were gen
erally less than those being paid a
J J.G. Salad Dressing - - - - Qt 39c
Hunts Fruit Cocktail - - - - No^Can 35c
Ritz Crackers - - - - lb. Box 31c
Pure Lard .... 4 lb. Carton 59c
Scotkins Paper Napkins - 100 count 2 pkg 25c
Lean Boneless Stewing Beef - - lib. 43c
Fresh Beef Liver .... lb. 23c
Swift's Royal Rock Fryers - - - lb. 42c
Water Melons - - - Med. Size Each 45c
Irish Potatoes - - - - 10 lb. Bag 35c
Home Grown Tomatoes - - - - lb. 10c
Home Made Pimento Salad - - - 8oz. 25c
MURPHY FOOD STORE
Week End Specials
We deliver at 10 a. m. & 4 p. m.
Mr* Roy V. Lovingood will leave
Friday by train from Aahevllle to
visit her daughter and family, Lt.
and Mrs. George G. Dunn and chil
dren, Kathy and Bobby In Kittery,
Maine. The Dunns plan to meet
Mrs. Lovingood in Boston.
Mrs. Everett English and chil
dren, Peggy and Janet, have re
turned from a week's visit with re
latives in Marietta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Burgess had
as week end guests their daughter
Kay and her friend. Bobby Layn*
of Atlanta; also Mr. and Mrs. M.
B. Rickman and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hicks of Spartanburg, 8. C.
O. F. Strother, Sr., father of Mrs. .
Burgess and her nephew Ronnie
Sims will leavf Thursday for their ,
home in Lenoir after a 10-day visit |
with the Burgesses.
Mr. and Mrs. Breece Breland
and daughter, Melissa Ann of Chap
el Hill, are here with Mrs. Bree-I
land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Coleman for an extended visit.
Mrs. J. W. Dyer is visiting her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Burch at Elf this week.
Miss Emma Swanson is spending
the week with her cousin, Miss
Doris Smith at Mineral Bluff, Ga.
Miss Mildred Nelson has return
ed from a week's visit with her
cousin. Miss Betty Smith at Mariet
Mrs. Edna Hasty and daughter,
Mrs. Martha Moser Andre and sons
Jerry and Ralph Andre have re
turned to their home in Miami af
ter several days visit with relatives
i Mrs. Mason Anderson of Moore,
' S. C. is spending several weeks
here with her daughter. Mrs. Jim
Gibbs and family.
Mrs. Harry Miller and daughter,
Susie returned last week from Ul
ster, Pa. where they spent a week
with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Townson
have had as guests for some time,
their daughter, Mrs. D. L. Wells
and sons, Leon and David of Wal
lace, their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Wayne Towjison and son, Eric of
Birmingham, Ala. and their grand
son, Richard Townson of Marietta,
Mrs. Harry SeaKion spent three
days in Sylva last week.
Mrs. J. W. Thompson had as
week end guests, her son, Dr. J.
W. Thompson, Mrs. Thompson and
sons, Bill and Boiling of Atlanta,
Ga. Mrs. Robert Barclay and son,
R. E., Jr. of Copperhille. Mrs.
Thompson accompanied Dr. Thom
pson and family to Highlands Mon
day for a week's vacation at their
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Taylor and
children. Patsy and Don, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Elster and son, Keith of
Marietta, Ga. spent the week end
here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hampton and Mrs. Hal Bryson,
Sharon and Gary. Patsy and Don
remained for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bueck and H. C.
and Lloyd Hendrix, attended the
conference for school superinten
dents, their wives and families at
Boone last week.
I Andrews Births
Pfc. and Mrs. Harry Rogers have
1 announced the birth of a daughter,
Sara Margaret, on August 16, In
Columbia, S. C. Mrs. Rogers is the
former Miss Martha Caldwell.
Among The Sick
Miss Carrie Mai lone* of Murphy
is a patient in Murphy General
Hospital. There was no change in
her condition Tuesday according
to a report.
Hay eg Reunion
Held At Tomotla
The 87th annual reunion of the
G. W. Hayes family was held Sun
day, Aug. 14, at the old Hayes
home place at Tomotla.
The picnic lunch was enjoyed
by some 75 members of the fam
ily who attended.
! In addition to the local members
of the family, persons were present
from Washington, D. C? South
Carolina, Illinois, and Columbia,
| Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ramsey of
'Akron, O., announce the birth of a
daughter on August 4. Mrs. Ram
i sey is the former Miss Bessie Pal
mer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
H. Palmer of Rt. 3, Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy King, Rt. 1,
Blairsville, a son, Aug. 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Graves, Rt.
3. Murphy, a daughter, Sandra
Gall, Aug. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark, Rt. 8.
Murphy, a daughter, Aug. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Linford Palmer,
Rt. 1, Murphy, a son, Aug. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. James Israel, o!
j Murphy, a son, Aug. 13
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Gunter, Rt.
.2, Murphy, a daughter, Aug. 14.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Arnold and
son, Jerry have returned from a
| week's vacation at Daytona Beach,
>Fla. Jerry is spending this week
with his aunt, Mrs. Coy Seal at
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart L. Mc
Keever are spending a vacation in
Mexico. Mrs. Clarence Butler of
Gainesville, Ga. is here with their
son Bill while they are away.
Mrs. Maida Mallonee of Chat
tanooga, Tenn. is here with rela
tives due to the illness of Miss Car
Mrs. Glenn Matheson who has
been on vacation will return Thurs
day to Candler's Beauty Shop.
Mrs. Sallie Queen and Miss Beu
:lah Queen have had as guests this
I week, Miss Elda Queen of Atlanta,
? Jimmy Cagle of Knoxville and Mr.
i and Mrs. G. L. McGuire of Maiy
ter and sons, Bobby and Billy
ville, Tenn. '
| The Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Pot
spent Monday and Tuesday In
Montreat, attending some of the
Bible conferences in session there
, this week.
Mrs. Candler To J
Celebrate Birthday |
Mr* G. W. Candler will ceie- 1
brate her 85th birthday anniver
sary at her home here Sunday.
She will have with her, in addi- c
tion to her daughters, Mrs. Dile '
Lee, Mrs. Ann Wtfrd and Mr. Lee, t
her daughter, Mrs. H. G. McBray- 1
er and M. McBrayer of Anderson,
S. C., and grandchildren and great- 1
grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Jimi<
Ariail and children, Jennie and
Mary Green of Spartanburg. 3. C., y
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bayne and
children. Bill and Mary Lou of <
Lenoir City, Tenn. I
Mrs. Gilea W. Cover entertained
it her home with a family dinner .
?o honor her mother, Mrs A. M.
3ritUin on Sunday evening.
Guests were: Mrs. Brittains two
laughters and their families, Mr.
ind Mrs. Roy C. Campbell and
heir son, Roy Jr. of Newport,
renn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Burns
uid their children, Cecilia and
Jritt of Copperhill, Tenn. and Mr.
uid Mrs. Quay Ketner of Murphy.
U. S. swine producers pick up
Jife tab for hog cholera vaccination
;osts and losses to the tune of a
-ound 40 million dollars each year.
Without the aid of a County Agent, |
I the Cherokee County Fair Associa
tion decided not to hold a fair this)
! year but to postpone it until next |
The Premium List for the 1956
Fair will be advertised in the Cher- j
okee Scout in the month of April.
The Murphy Lions Club will be in |
Charge of theGate for the 1956 Fair, jj
And the Murphy Civitan Club will I
be in charge of the catalogue adver- 1
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