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By Betty Wearer
K?i*iliii|? Om? To Pno
The Kanuhaheta (thaU Indian for
dogwood), Murphy High's Annual,
-wont to preaa last week. Miss
Travis, faculty advisor for the an
nual, and the staff of seniors have
put a tremendous amount of effort
into this year's Kanusheta.
T Ae staff was composed of Betty
Ami Palmer, Edi to r^n -Chief;
Jeanne Trull, Associate Editor;
Annette Wallace and Glsdys Pain
ter^ Feature Editors; Patricia
Worthen, Literary Editor; Anne
Parker, Art Editor; Lloyd Beaver,
Mary Haigler, and Barbara Grif
fith, Copy Editors; Bobby Easley,
Business Manager; Howard Arro
wood, Frances Gentry and Lois
McAfee, Business Staff; Laura
Bailey and Charles Smith, Sport's
Editors; Winnie Hubbard, Photo
graphy; and Miss Maria Travis,
'V O^^tor a^k, well done also
goes to Mr. Thompson, Norman
Kaye, and Jimmy West who made
many of the pictures.
Everyone is looking, forward to
seeing the annual in May.
Last Friday the eighth grade elec
ted the May Queen and her court.
Three girls were chosen fronj
each home room to be in the court.
Then all the home rooms voted to
select the queen and maid-ci onor
from these nine.
Wanda Dillingham will be crown
ed May Queen by Larry Stiles. Es
sie Williams is maid-of-honor. Her
escort will be Jimmy Klllian. Oth
er members of the court and their
escorts are Lynn Whitley and Bob
by Weaver, Betty Cornwell and
David Thompson, Reva Jean Gar
rett and Jack Sutton, Shirley Mann
and Tommy Roberts, Rebecca Hen
si ey and Prank Hill, Laura Ruth
Jones and Joe Craig:, and Eva
Smith and Doug Bowman.
Each girl, after she has been
elected, chooses her own escort.
One of >Iurphy High's faculty
members, Mr. Mease, a junior
sponsor, was married in Cullo
whee,, last Saturday. The bride, the
former Mrs. Messer of Waynesville
teaches third grade at Bethel
school. Each has a teen-age daugh
ter by previous marriages.
The following names were not on
the honor roll last week. Juniors
Beta: Charlene Davidson, Linda.
English, Louzine Jenkins, Mary
Nelle Lovingood, Naomi Lunsford,
Mary Helen McAfee, Carol Palmer,
Helen Stiles, Jearlene Stiles, Shir
ley Stiles, Betty Kate Wilson, Jim
my Carringer, Jim Hendrix. Fresh
men: Beta, Mary Ann Hughes,
Joan Graves. Martha Reed, Betty
Hall, Joyce O'Dell, Margie Garrett,
Margie Martin, Mildred Nelson.
iROOP 13 LOSES, 36-38
In the second of a five game
series the Murphy basketball team
of Scout Troop 12 lost to Hayes
ville team 36-38. Despite the fact
that three of the Murphy starting
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NANTAHALA POWER & LIGHT CO.
Mr. and Mrs. R A. Dewar and
their daughter, Mrs. Alice D. Har
ria of Knoxville, Tenn. spent the
week end in Marietta, Ga. with re
Mr. Roy Wheeler and children,
Becky and A1 have returned to
Elizabeth too, Tenn. after a visit
here with Mr. Wheeler's parentf,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wheeler.
? Mrs. Ruth S. Pullium member of
the faculty of the Andrews Elemen
tary school and Miss Jean Christy
of the High school left Wednesday
for Wilmington where they will at
tend the State Teachers meeting.
players were out, the boys held
Paul Brlttain scored 17 points,
Charles Smith 12, John Sneed S,
Hubbie Baugh 1,. Bud Penland 1
ind Sam Allen 0.
BOUND FOR BBENAC
Linda English, Judy Davis,
Judy Sneed, Barbara Griffith and
Mrs. J. A. Parker took Ann Parker
to Brenau in Gainesville, Ga., Sat
urday to a "house party" for girls
entering Brenau next fall.
After the others had left for Mur
phy and she had registered, Anne
vent to a tea at the president's
tome. At 5 the girls had a weiner
roast. The first of the evening acti
vities was a play "Sally Fresh
man" about life at Brenau at 8.
They went swimming in an indoor
pool at 10 Saturday night. After
wards they returned to the ZTA
sorority house where the college
students entertained their guests
Sunday morning she attended the
Presbyterian church on the cam
pus and ate lunch in the dining hall.
Ann plans to study elementary
education at Brenau next year.
Tryouts for the parts in this
year's senior play, which will be
Archie Andrews, were held last
week. Most everyone will recognizt
"Jughead", Betty, Veronica, Arch
ie and some of the other characters
from the comic book series. Miss
Juliet Pegues and Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn Gault are directing. The play
ers are Bill Browning as Archie
Andrews, Patty Worthen as Mar
tha, Sue Anderson as Mom, Wayne
Marshall as Dad, Judy Sneed as
Betty, Bernice Thompson as Mrs.
Jenkins, Barbara Griffith as Gene
vieve, Gene Allen Palmer as Jug
head, Kenneth Kephart as Boy,
Becky Rhodes as Veronica, Benny
Pipes as Pinky, Harold Barton as
Mayor Higgins, Sarah English as
Agatha, and Howard Arrowood as
' It has all the earmarks of a hil
arious comedy. So the student body |
are eagerly awaiting April when it
will be presented.
The fourt period Home Econom
ics class went on two field trips
last week in order to see examples
of the "House Inside and Out"
which has been their topic for the
past few weeks.
Among the types of houses visit
ed were remodelled making it two
stories, a two family house, which
might easily be used for one big
family, a split level house exter
ior of old brick and a large modern
house with different types of rooms
for different phases pf family life.
Among interior things noted in all
the houses were wall paper, paint, '
floors, floorcoverings, and period
The Senior Economics class vis- j
ited the new school site this week.
They were impressed with the col
ors that have been used, having
just finished a unit on color in the
home, office and School.
Virginia Moss, Shirley Davidson, J
and Gloria Bowman were hostess
es at a party in honor of Roger and
Hubbie Baugh at the home of Mrs.
Paul Ledford last Friday night.. ? j
Approximately fifty people were
present to enjoy games and danc
ing. For refreshments cokes, pim- j
ento-ritz sandwiches, cookies and '
candy were served.
STATE TEACHERS MEETING
Mr. and Mrs. Bueck, Mrs. Gault,
Mrs. Case, Mrs. West and Mrs.
King are going to Wilmington for
a state teachers meeting. They will
leave here Wednesday afternoon
and be in Wilmington Thursday
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
Mends for the beautiful floral of
ferings and kindnesses shown at
the death of our beloved son and
brother, Russell S. Johnson.
Mrs. Bob Roberts and Family
The Johnson Family
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all the frienda
and neighbor! for the kindness that
wai shown through the BickneM
and death of oar husband and step
lather, Bob Roberts, and for the
Dr. Howard W. Shields, son of
Mr, and Mr*. J. B. Shields of
Tomotla, has completed nine
weeks of recrait training at the
U. 8. Naval Training Center, la
Balnb ridge, Maryland.
Fort Riley, Kan.
Pvt. Frank D. Pace, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Pace, Route 1, Mar
ble, N. C., is a member of the 1st
Division's 18th Infantry at Fort
Pace is a rifleman in the Infan
try's Company B. He entered the
Army in September 1956 and com
pleted basic training at Fort Car
In the matter of the will of R. F.
Roberts, Deceased late of Cherokee
County, by Mrs. Winnie Roberts,
Executrix, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said es
tate to present them to the under
signed on or before the 16th day ot
March 1958, or this notice will be (
pleaded in bar o? their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay- i
ment to the undersigned.
This the 16th day of March, 1957.
Mrs. Winnie Roberts
lira. Jidn Parker took bar
daughter, Aon to Branau College,
Gainesville, Ga., Saturday, where
Ann plana to eater the college
next fall. They were accompanied
by Judy Soeed, Linda Engliah,
Barbara Griffith end Judy Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baraett
and family visited Mrs. Bprrett's
mother in Sylva, Sunday.
Mrs. W. D. Townson, and Mrs.
W. D. Townson, Jr. amMaughters,
Grace and Barbara spent Saturday
Mrs. Don Breaman and daugh
ter, Daphne of Los Angeles, Calif,
are spending several weeks here
with Mrs. Breaman's mother, Mrs.
Ruth Dickey Carroll. Mrs. Brea
man is the former Miss Dorothy
Carroll of Murphy. Her husband is
in law school in Providence, R. I.
M r and Mrs. W. A. Singleton
and family left Saturday for Cedar
Bluff, Ala. to attend the funeral oi
Mrs. Singleton's uncle, W. E. El
lis. They came back to Summer
ville, Ga. and spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Agnew,
Mrs. Singleton's brother and fam
Miss Carolyn Alexander, senior
at the University of Georgia, Ath
ens, came last week for the spring
holidays at home. She left today
(Thursday) to visit friends in At
lanta. $he will go to Atlanta for
the next quarter to do her practice
teaching, and graduate in June.
Emerson Lewis of Calais, Colom
bia, South America was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Lee and Mrs. James B. Ward. He
was enroute to Iran for two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Simpson and
family of Franklin, were week end
guests of Mrs. Simpson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Huber of
Athens, Tenn. and Mrs. Huber's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Daly of Alberta, Canada, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Case,
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McBrayer
of Anderson, S. C. were week end |
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lee
and Mrs. James B. Ward.
Mrs. Francis Eourne Sr. spent
several days in Asheville last week.
H?Mte Party At T AC
The Girl Scout Troop 1, Murphy, *
mot Thursday at 3 o'clock at the
TAC. A party was hald in obacr- 1
vance at Girl Scowt Week.
Refreshments furnished by the
Murphy Womans Qlub ??s served
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