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have purchased them, report mar
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Whato more tun than a circus when it's party time for the
youngsters? Make the next gathering for the young fry a Big Top
theme with toy animals in a striped ring and balloons to ad d the
party touch. For the very young, plan to keep the food simple, ice
cream dressed up with a special topping, animal crackers and
glasses of milk. It's the gay festive touches, and the extra good ice
cream topping which mean party for the children.
Packaged instant puddings are a quick and easy basis for de
lightful and different ice cream and dessert sauces for the young*
sters and adults alike. The basic recipe for the sauce is on tht ,
chocolate, butterscotch and strawberry cream Royal instant pudding
package, a quick and easy combination of the pudding, light corn!
syrup and water. Other instant pudding flavors are vanilla, coco* |
nut cream and banana cream. For the youngsters, combine instant
banana cream pudding with corn syrup and peanut butter. If de
sired, sprinkle crushed or whole salted peanuts over the top of the
BANANA PEANUT ICE CREAM TOPPING
1 package instant banana cream
1 cup light corn syrup
% cup peanut butter m
2 tablespoons water n,
Stir the contents of the pudding package into the corn syrup.
Add the peanut butter. Stir in water. Makes approximately 1 % cups.
CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW TOPPING
1 package instant cnocoiaie pua
1 cup dark corn syrup ?
i. laDiespoons waier
Va cup marshmallow whip
Stir contents of package of pudding into corn syrup. Add water
and stir in well. Beat in marshmallow whip until smooth and well
blended. cup salted i.? shed nuts may be added if desired. Makes
approximately H4 cups.
'j District Raral Health
1 Cwfer?aees .
; Planned For 1957
District Rural Health Confer
ences for Ave areas of North
Carolina wig be sponsored this
Spring by tip 'Rural Health and
Education Committe of the Medical
Society of the State of North
Caroii**^ part of the Society's 1
expanding efforts in the field of
The meetings which will coincide
with the Socitey's medical districts
are sheduled for Washington on
February 27tth for the 2 nd dis
trict; in Wilson on March 14th for
the 4th district; at Buter on March
19th for the 6th district; at Elkin
on March 28th. for the 8th district
and at Waynesville on April 6th
for the 10th district.
Each conterence is being plan
ned by a local grrup from the
area ia which the conference is
scheduled in an effort to localize
the health and medical informa
tion according to the needs of the
people for that specific area.
Some similarity for the entire
State is expected, however each
conference is expected to present
a different approach to the local
problem andpHJfram speakers
will be drawn (rom professional
and community leaders of the
Top priority will be given to
such topics as " personal health
service" "sanitation farm and
home accidents" "public health
?"~vi~es available" hospitalization
insurance" "nutrition mimunlz&tion
programs and the "health implica
tions of industrial expansion".
The 4-H health film, "Better
Health the 4-H Way" which was
produced under the sponsorship
of the State Medical Society, will
be shown at each of the Ave
conferences with L. R. Harrill,
State 4-H Club Leader introducing
the film. .Outstanding 4-H Health
winners will be recognized for
their health improvement pro
Communities sponsoring special
health activities are being asked
?to give progress reports so that
other community leaders may
benefit by their experience and
gain new ideas for future health
projeqf*. .. .
A two-fold purpose of these rural
health medtirfgs, according /to
the Society's Committee on Rural
Health is, first, to have infor
mation given by recognized lead
ers in the health and medical fields
as to presnt day needs and pro
blems and secondly, the pooling of
expirences from the various Comm
unites engaged in Health improv
Society officials point out that
the youth of our schools, clubs and
in our homes takes the lead in
many of our group activities and
through this training and stimu
lation of activity, our hopes are
lifted for a healthier and safer
future in North Carolina.
Members of the State Medical
Society's sponsoring comm Wee
are serving as conference chair
men along witn farm leaders,
alteq^ion agents medical and
health representatives, civic and
community leaders, ror program
responsibility and local arrange
Through ' this . expanded educa
tional _ program, the Medical
Society is inviting the public to
attend the conference nearest their
locality and to pa'rticipaie *.n the
discussions of how communities
and individuals may meet their
health and medical care needs for
the present and future.
' TO ALL BUSINESS CONCERNS IN CHEROKEE COUNTY:
AS ATTORNEY FOR CHEROKEE COUNTY, I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED
TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT:
EACH AND EVERY BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY IN CHEROKEE COUNTY
SHOULD CHECK AND SEE THAT THE INVENTORY, INCLUDING
MERCHANDISE, MACHINERY, FIXTURES AfjlD OThjER ITEMS OF LltyE ,
NATURE LISTED AS OF JANUARY |ST, 1957, SHOULD CORRESPOND AS
TO THE AMOUNT TO THE FIGURES WHICH YOU REPORT ON YOUR
INCOME, TAX RETURN^ SU BATTED TO THE FEDERAL (JjOVERN
MENT AND TH'fe STAtt Ofc NdRTti CjARollNA.
THE TAX SUPERVISOR FOR CHEROKEE GOUNTY HAS INSTRUCTIONS
TO CHECK AND COMPARE ALL RETURNS THAT ARE SUBMITTED TO
THE TAX LISTERS WITH THE RECORDS IN RALEIGH.
VERY TRULY YOURS; r) .
F. O. CHRISTOPHER _r
I CHEROKEE GOUNftV ATTORNEY
Deaths and Funerals
John H. Marshall
John H. Marshall, 94, died at 10
p. m. Friday, at his home near
Young Harris, Ga., after a brief
He was born in Cherokee County
but had lfted in Towns County,
Ga. for about SO years.
He was a retired farmer and a
member of the Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held at 2
p. m. Sunday In the Old Brasstown
Baptist Church. The Rev. Henry
Brown and the Rev. Sim Martin
officiated and burial was in the
Surviving are two sons, Ernest
of Young Harris, and Frank of
Ducktown, Tenn. ; 18 grandchildren,
34 great-grandchildren , and one
Townson Funeral Home was in
George M. Steanson
George Marion Swanson, 82, a
retired farmer of the Sweetwater
section of Clay County, died at 3:30
a. m. Saturday, at hi* home after a
He was a native of CUy County,
son of the late James and Emaline
He was a member of the Sweet
water Methodist Church and had
been a steward in the church and
taught a Sunday School class for
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. Eula Dyer of Marietta, Ga.,
Mrs. Aline Curtis of Hayesville
and Mrs. Lucille Cunningham of
Murphy; four sons, Luther and Ray I
of Murphy, Edgar of Atlanta and
Everette of Hayesville; 25 grand
children and 10 great-grandchild
Also tnree Brothers, Henry of
Murphy, Everette of Franklin and
William of Belmont; five sisters,
the Misses Bessie and Hester
Swanson and Mrs. Ollle Hall all of
Hayesville, Mrs. Viola Barnes of
Canton, Ga., and Mrs. Magnolia
Hicks of Rossville, Ga.
Funeral services were held at
2:30 p. m. Sunday in Sweetwater
The Rev. Dan Stowe and ihe Rev.
Grover Moss officiated and burial
was in the church Cemetery.
Grandsons served 'as pallbearers
Ivie Funeral Home was in charge.
IWn. T. A. Andensor
Mrs. Tabitha Ann Anderson, 72,
died at 1 p. m. Friday at the home
of her son, G. W. Anderson in the
Shooting Creek section of Clay
County after a brief illness.
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Clay County, and a
daughter of the late Jim and Lean
np. Gaddis Hogsed.
Funeral services were held at 11
a. m. Sunday in Bethabara Baptist
The Rev. Emerson Davenport of
ficiated and burial was in the
Surviving are another son, James
Talley Anderson of Shooting Creek;
eight grandchildren and 11 great
Ivie Funeral Home was in
Frank Philip Martin
Frank Philip Martin, 81, of Hay
esville, died about 12:30 a.m.
Monday, Jan. 21, in the home of
a brother, William C. Martin of
Route 4, Hayesville, after a long
He was a native and lifelong
resident of Clay County, son of
the late Benjamin Sidney and Ann
In 1907, he married Miss Nora j
Mease: She died in 1952.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs.
Marie Crisp, three other brothers,
Thomas H. and Benjamin H. of
Hayesville, and Willard of Cleve
land, Ga. ; two step-brothers.
L. D. Rhinehart of Hayesville and
John Rhinehart of Waynesville;
and a stepsister, Mrs. Oscar Ashe
Funeral services were held'
Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the Hayes
ville Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. Odie Rogers officiated
and burial was in the church
cemetery ' K,
Pallbearers, aH' nephews, were
Tom, Ted, Vernon, Guy and
George Martin and Newell Crisp.
Iv(e Funeral Hone was in charge,
Rev. J. Ma; Roy Steele
Funeral Services were held for
the Rev. James LeRoy Steele
Monday, January 21, in OpeUka,
Rev. Steele was a former pastor
of Murphy First Baptist Church
approximately 28 years ago.
Surviving are Mrs. Jamas
Steals, and Miss Nancy Steals, of
El Paso. Texas, Mrs. Marshall
lack, Kingsport, Tannaasa; Rich,
trd Steele and several grandchiU
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