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THURSDAY, NOV. 84, 1835
Peppie You Know
Cpl. James R. (Bobby) Boling ar
rived Wednesday from Korea
where he has been for the past It
months, to spend a several days'
leave with his parents, Mr. aid
Mrs. J. N. Boling and other rela
tives and friends.
Miss Cassia. Johnson of Highland
Hospital, Asheville, spent several
days here last week with her sis
ter. Mrs. E. C. Moore ond other
M-s. H. C. Sullivan has returned
to her home In Cherryville after
a visit here with her daughter,
Mrs W. A. Hoover and family.
Mrs. Hill Brandon arrived Wed
nesday from Atlanta to spend
ThankspiVinfr with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton G. I vie, Sua
anne and Orier.
Mrs. J. W. Thompson spent last
week In Atlanta writh her son, Dr.
J. W. Thompson, Mrs. Thompson,
Bill nnd Boiling. Thejj accomp
anied her home on the week end.
The Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Max
well and son, David, and Miss
Hattie Axlcy visited Mrs. F. W.
Hubbel! at Piedmont Hospital in
Mj. and Mrs. Harry P. Cooper
arrived Wedneday from Atlanta to
spend Thanksgiving with their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Mattox and sons. Harry
Webb Mattox came from the Uni
versity of North Carolina for the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis Vave
returned from a vacation In
Mm. R. C. Mattox has gone to
Nashville, Tenn. for IB extended
visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Cam
pbell and family.
Mrs. Peyton G. Ivie, Mr*.
Everett English, Mrs. Dixie Pal
mer and Miss Hattie Painter spent
'ast Saturday in Chattanooga.
Mrs. W. M. Fain left Tuesday for
Knoxville to visit her mother and
sisters, Mrs. P. I. Mount and
Misses Ressee and Vera Mount.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Forrester
spent last week end in Lenoir City,
Tenn. with Mrs. Forrester's moth
er, Mrs. Butt.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sneed and
children, Michael and Sheilah and
Mrs. Sneed's mother, Mrs. Vesta
Hensley left Wednesday to spend
?he Thanksgiving holidays in St.
Mr. and Mrs. John Christy
have returned after a visit with
their son, the Rev. John Christy
Jr. In High Point and Mr. Bob
Christy end family In Marlon. ^
Mrs. Wade Reece has return
ed after spending the latter part
of the week In Hendersonvilie
with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Qulnn
* and with friends In AaheviUe.
Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy ot
Shelbyville, Ind., are spending
^ this week in Valleytown at their
home, "Little Rock 8tudio."
Mr. and Mrs. Lte Barnard and
daughter, Jo Evelyn, of Frank
lin spent the week end as guests
of Mrs. Barnard's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. McKeldrey. An
other guest of the McKeldreys
over the week fend was Mrs.
McKeldrey's slater, Mrs. Voyne
Shope of Robbinsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herbert
spent Friday in Atlanta, Ga.
Jerry Rsece who left last week
for service in the if. 8. Army Is
taking fats basic training In Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S. C
Mrs. J. L. Rowland la spend
ing this week in, Atlanta* Ga.,
with her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pal
mer. She was acootnpanled to
Atlanta by her grandson, Roy 1
PalaMK, and Mrs. PaliiMr who
spent several days of last week
here with relatives. |
Guest* who will arrive to spend
the Thanksgiving holidays here
with their parents, Or. and Mrs.
H. E. Davis, are t hafr three sow
tnd their families; Dr. and lbs.
Jack Davis and son, Karl, of
WaynssvUla; Mr. and Mrs. Jotm
Henry Davis and their children
of Franklin and Mr. and Mrs.
Wkitaker Davis of Chapel mn.
Mr. and . Mrs. Vincent Love
ha ve r*t?r?ed after y wiling last
week at their former home tm
Bleckley, W. Va.
Murphy Water Bond P asses By 5 To 1 Margin
Bueck Leaves Sun. For
White House Meet ?
H. Bueck, superintendent of
Murphy Schools, has been invit
ed by President Eisenhower to
take part in the White House
Conference on Education in Wash
ington, D. C., November 28-Dec
He is one of 34 persons ? the
quota for North Carolina ? to be
invited from his state.
Mr. Bueck will leave Sunday
The invitation entitles him to
participate in the national meet
ing on schools, first ever called by
a President of the United States
The White House Conference
follows similar meetings called by
the Governors of the states and
territories during the past year.
In response to the President's call
for "the most thorough^ wide
spread and concerted study the
American people have ever made
of their educational problems."
Of the 2,000 persons attending,
1,400 are selected by the states
and territories in accordance with
population, 300 are representat
ives of national organizations
with Interests in education, and
the remaining 800 are members of
Congress, governors, chief state
school officers, foreign observers,
discussion leaders and others.
The Toastm&ster'a Club, Don
Ellis, president, will be guests of
the Blairsville Klwanis Club
Monday night where they will put
on a pregram at the hotel there.
The members will be accompan
ied by their wives as it is Ladies
? H. BUECK
OF SCOUT GO VP TO
' 10c NEXT WEEK
Single copies of The Cherokee ,
Scout will go up Dec. 1 to 10
I The subscription rates of $2.50
per year and $1.50 for six months
in Cherokee and surrounding
will remain the same.
The subscription rate of $3.00
per year and $1.75 for six mon
ths out of this area will also re
The Scout Is making this sin
gle copy price increase because
of another recent Increase in the
price of newsprint. This Is the
| third increase in the cost of
newsprint in as many years.
T AC Is Prize Winning
Name For Youth Center
The TA.C was the prize- win- <
ning name suggestion for the new
Murphy youth center. The name,
submitted by Bobby Morris,
stands for Teen Age Center.
Mrs. George Size, president of
the Murj.ny Junior Woman's Club,
sponsoring organization at the
TAC, presented the winner oi the
naming contest with a pair of
gold cufflinks bearing his in
k itlals. The gift was presented
during chapel exercises at Mur
phy High School Tpesday.
The naming contest was spon
sored In the high school with Bet
ty Weaver and Bobby Easley In
?ecoratlons in the TAC, witch
will be located on the ground
floor of the Murphy Library
building, have already befcun. Jun
ior Woman's Club members and
their husbands gathered Monday
night and painted the room In
shades of flamingo and meng
NAMES FOR P A D
Murphy Town Council this week
asked Individual citizens to sug
gest names (or members of the
new planning and development
I Some 85 citizens ? -representing
a number of organizations In
Murplly? last week met with
council and authorities on town
planning to talk organization of
a planning board of Murphy.
Council agreed to pass an or
dinance creating a planning and
development board for the town
and will appoint a board of some
three or five members in the
O. E. S. TO MEET
Murphy Chapter No. Order of
the Eastern Star will meet tonight
(Thursday), at 7:30 In the Masonic
iP. 0. Expects Largest Christmas Mail
jVolume, Advise Shop And Mail Early
The anticipated holiday mall
volume Will be greater than ever
before the Poet Office Dept. an
nounced thta week.
The department pointed out that
the need to "shop and mall early"
la more Important than ever.
Local postmasters are' cooperat
ing with the department In a con
centrated ahop and mall early pub
licity campaign, to assure sender*
that their holiday mall reaches Its
destination before Christinas.
Meanwhile helpful hints for mail
ers of Christmas cards were out
lined by Postmaster General Ar
thur B. ftummerfleM.
"By following the suggestions
outlined below," the Postmaster
General said, "mailers will re
ceive better and faster service."
V Both return address and rs
a?r? a *ouki be jtete
be Included, where applicable.
2. Stamps must be firmly fcfflx
ed In the upper right hand corn
er. Every year cards are returned
ed to the tender or end up In the
dead-letter office when stamp*
not properly affixed tell oft before
they reach the post office. . I
S. Chris'mas' cajds addressed to
out of town point* should be mall-!
ed not later than December 18? or
sooner to more distant points;
those for local delivery should be
mailed December 17.
4. To speed delivery, sort your
cards and tie them In two separ
ata bundles, with the addresses
facing We way. Labels should
then be attached indicating "AU
for Local Delivery" and "AH for
out-of-town Delivery." These labels
maybe nMstssd free at aB post of
cent stamp are first-class mall.
They are sorted and delivered first
and will be forwarded or returned
If necessary, provided a return ad
. dress is on the envelope.
I 6. Only Christmas cards carry
|ln?3c or 6c airmail stamp may in
clude a personal message. Noth
more than a signature is auth
orised on cards mailed at the 2c
third-class rate? and they may not.
be sealed. Cards mailed at the 2c
rate may not measure less than 2
and 14 by 4 inches.
Incidentally, Mr. Summerfleld,
noted, the beet times to avoid
crowd* at stamp windows in moat
post offices are before 10 a. m.
and bewtesn 1:80 and ?:S0 p. m.
The Murphy Library will be
cloeetj all day Tfcaakaflvlaf Day.
Ttouredajr, Nov. k
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Santa Claus Parade Monday
Kicks Off 4th Trade Week
Santa Claus will make his ot-1
flclal arrival in Murphy Monday
at 1 :30 p. m. in a parade in hia
The parade will kick off Mur
phy's fourth annual Christmas
Some $1,000 in bonda and a
number of other valuable prizes
will be given away at the draw-!
ings on the aquare. A $100 sav
ings Bond will be given away
each day Monday through Fri
day at 4 p. m. to the lucky ticket
A $500 bond will be given a- 1
way Saturday, Dec. 3, at the 4
p. m. drawing. I
I A number of floats and two
bands will be featured in the
' parade which will form on Hil- '
! ton St. beside the primary school
1 CooperaV-.g merchants will be
gin giving away trade week tick
ets this Saturday, Nov. 26, and
will continue giving the ticketsx
through Saturday, Dec. 3 when
the trade week ends.
Be In Andrews
A District School of Instructions
for the 43rd Masonic District will
be held Saturday, Nov. 29, at An
drews Lodgs No. 529 at 3 p. m.
All lodges In the district are ex
pected to be represented. All mas
ter Masons are invited.
District officers, Gordon C.
Butler. DDOM, and H L. Mulkey.
DDGL will be In ofcarge.
Center Be Talked
Committees appointed from var
ioua clubs and civic organizat
ions will meet Monday, Nov. 28
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Johnson to formulate plans for
a comnyinity center building for
the town of Andrews.
Reports will be heard from
the committee appointed several
weeks ago to Investigate the pos- 1
sibility of securing the center.
Mflrphy High School'* ISM sen
ior class this week announced its
superlatives as follows:
Most popular, Ida Brumby,
Burke Moore; best all-round,
Mary Ruth Donley, Hubert Sneed;
best dressed, Glnny Fowler, H. C.
Bueck: best athlete, Betty Palm
er, Bobby Phillips; wittiest. Alice
Lovingood, Harry Arrowood,
friendliest, Joan Schmitt, Bill
Hughes ; -ciost likely to succeed.
Mary Ruth Logan, Steve Hembree
iqob' talented, Patsy Jones Hen
drix, Roger Swan son; best looking
Jo Kil patrick. Pearl Johnson; most
courteous, Judy Cook, Clark
First Vice Pres.
Of Baptist Conv.
The Rev. J. Alton Morris, pas
tor of the First Baptist Church
of Murphy, last -week was elect
ed first vice president 'of the N.
C. State Baptist Convention.
The election was made Wed
nesday afternoon during the an
' nual state convention held in
! Asheville. The Rev. J. C. Can
ipe of Hendersonville, head of the
Fruitland Baptist Assembly, was
elected president of the conven
Mr. Morris has served on the
state general board for a num
ber of years.
The public is invited to attend
the Christmas coffee-bazaar spon
sored Saturday. Dec. 3 by the
Cherokee Rose Garden Club.
The event will be held at the
social hall of the First Methodist
Church from 2:30-6 p. m.
'?' % "??"'* .V- 1 ?? 4
No admission charge will be
taken. Refreshments wHl be ser
ved and hand made articles and
arrangements for Christmas will
be on sale.
Vension roast and steaks will be
an added attraction to the Thanks
giving dinner tables of some Cher
okee families today after some
six deer were killed on the first
day of hunting at Fires Creek.
Assistant Forest Ranger John H.
Stanley reported some 80 eager
hunters checked in at t he Fires
Creek station on opening day,
Monday, Nov. 2t.
The following hunters made kills
the first day: Bill Coffey, Murphy,
four point buck; Clifton Hughes,
Murphy, six point buck; C. C Bar
ton, Marble, 12 point buck; Ed
Cable, Fontana Dam, 14 point
buck; and S. M. Mclrfosft, Bre
vard, six point buck.
The Fires Creek area hunt will
continue until Dec. 3, Mr. Stanley
said, on a dally basis except Sun
day. Permits for hunting; may be
purchased at the checking station .
on Fires Creek Road
A special area was set aside at
Fires Creek this year for m Wilder
ness hunt. This hunt required ad
vance application and the quota
of 20 was filled for the first three
These hunters moved Into their
ramp Sunday night and killed one
rdeer on their hunt Monday.
The current hunt on res Creek
is for both deer and wild bogs,
but no hogs had been reported
killed so far, the ranger said.
Andrews Loses A A
Playoff To Hders'ville
By AH8 Journalism CIim
The power-ladefa Hendersonville
Bearcats lived up to pre-game ex
pec tiona by outclassing the An
drews Wildcats 45-13 in the Dis
trict AA playoff. The game, play
ed in Asheville Memorial Stadium
Friday night, reversed the situat
ion of last year when the Andrews
team romped over the same Blue
Ridge champions, lb-8.
Hendersonville, the Asheville
Times WNC high school football
champions for 1869, will meet
| Charlotte Harding in the finals of
| the Western District AA playoff.
The teams will clash in Ashe
ville Memorial Stadium at 7:30 p.
Although outclassed, outnumber
ed, and outweighed, the Andrews
'Cats fought hard all the way.
They never gave up even though
all odds were against them. ~
The offense-minded Henderson
ville boys began their attack early
In the game. Their scoring began
when halfback Doyle Mintz took a
screen pass from quarterback Don
Heilig and raced 39 yards for the
TD. The Bearcats scored again In
the first period with Heilig carry
ing over on a quarterback sneak
and Bob Elliott making the con
Mints scored twice in the sec
ond period? first on a 19-yard run
off tackle and then on a pass from
Heflig from the Andrews 44. Both
conversion attempts failed. ,
JlTOfny Holland, halfback for the
Wildcats, broke loose near the end
at the half, for a 74-yard touch-)
down steak after taking a screen j
pass from quarterback Lloyd Der-i
re berry Hie kick for the extra
point was wide.
The Hendersonville offensive re
mained potent in the last half. A
fter taking the Hckoff and advanc
ing to the Andrews tt, Heilig car
ried the remaining distance on a
bony play. Junior Bprolea added
the extra poiaL Heilig scored a- .
gain hi the latter put of the per-'
tod from ? yards eat wMh Bptil.s
? ? i?i i. ? ?** -
doing: the converting.
The Bearcats rounded out their
?coring in the final period when
Sporles went around his right end
for 10 yards to give tftsm their
Andrew*, ? still fighting- hard,
roared back with a drive to .the
Henderson viUe 11. Derre berry
threw a pass from thfit point to
freshman end Clarence Myers In'
the end sone for the score. Willis |
Anderson added the point.
Andrews H'ville 1
First downs 3 13.
Yds. gained rush. 86 362 j
Passes attemp. 9 4 j
Passes complet. 5 3|
Yds. gain, passing 125 80
Punting ave. 19 29
Yds. kicks return. 131 69
Opponents fumbles recov. 2 2
Yds. lost penalties 45 90
Score by quarters: i
Hendersonville 13 12 14 6
Andrews 0 6 0 7
To Meet Monday
The Cherokee County Historical
Society will meet Monday, Nov. 28
at 7:30 p. m. at Keith House of the
John C. Campbell Folk School. i
Mr. and Mrs. Georg Btdstrup
will' be la charge of the program.
The public is invited to attend,
Mrs. J. W. Davidson, president,
Work On Water
System To Start
Soon As Possible
Murphy citizens will be assur
ed of safer drinking water after a
$190,000 water bond election was
passed here Tuesday by a five to
Mayor L. L. Mason said work on
Improvements of the town's water
supply system will begin as soon
as the Local Government Com
mission completes sale of the
Mr. Mason said he did not know
the exact length of time it will
take the bond sales to be com
In a light vote Tuesday some
277 ballots were cast in favor of
the bond and 56 against in a total
vote of only 333 persons.
Some 586 persons were register
Hyde, Arnold Boy
Local Pontiac Co.
C. E. Hyde and C. W. Arnold are
new owners of The Cherokee Pon
tiac Co., formerly D and L Pon
tiac Co. after buying the agency
from Wayne Luther and Lowen
Dockery is staying with the new
company to be In chargfe of the
parts department and assist with
Hyde's legal offices and Insur
ance agency have been moved to
the new offices adjacent to the
Pontiac Company on Hlawassee
Three new offices have been
constructed with one office (tout
ing the insurance business, on*
(or the Pontiac Co. and ana for
A Thanksgiving Day basketball
game between Peachtree Ramb
lers and the Duffy girls win be
held today (Thursday) at 7!30 p.
to. in the Murphy gym.
Admission of 25 cents win be
charged with proceeds going to the
Murphy Youth Center.
The Peachtree squad is made
up of Joan English, Lenora Mar
tin. Shirley Smith. Rosa Roger*,
Parrls Ann Ledford, Ana let
Evans and Joyce Fain.
The Duffy group includes Katie
Mae Penland, captain, Betty Zim
merman. Mable Panther. tola
Rogers. Alma SeaboTt, Betty Jean
Hogan, Eunice Ledford, Alice
Mauney, Moxeile Hughe* mid Bar
For Teachers '
A county wide arithmetic
shop for teachers will be held Dee.
1 and 2, Mrs. C. K. Olson, supervi
sor of Murphy and Andrews units
announced this week.
Dr. Olen Petty and Dr. Thomas
Reynolds of the Department of
Education. Duke University, will
School will be dismissed early
on those two days to allow alt
teachers to attend the workshop.
The meetings are being planned
by Mrs. Olson and Miss Madeline
Tripp, of Raleigh, of the State
Department of Public Instruction,
and Supts H. Bueck, J. E. Rutty,
Lloyd Hendrix and county super
visor Mrs. Jack Ptnaon.
HD Council Sets
The Cherokee County Htame
Demonstration Council wilt
sponsor a pie supper Saturday,
Dec. 3 at the Murphy Primary
School auditorium at T:JO p. m.
everyone is Invited to attend
and all Home Demonstration
ladles are reminded to bring
L. M. Shield*
L M. Shields Lumber Co. was
the successful Udder on Qm V. ?- ~
Forest Service timber Mia Mon
day. Ranger W. B.
timber i? located cm 1
at Hyatt's Creek above