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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, March 21, 1957, Image 5

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Join BLUE CROSS Mow! ' * / ? i ..SPECIAL ENROLLMENT MARCH 15 to APRIL 18 SAVE . 13% on DUES $ Conducted By HOSPITAL CARE ASSOCIATION Durham, N. C. Sponsored By Farmers Federation Cooperative Ashevllle, N. C. CONTACT Your Farmers Federation Store OR i - , Donald Ramsey Telepone Vernon 7-2416 i tk KDnmi mi . . . doe* more jobs "tu.j nHQf'TMN 1 ...America's lowest 1 priced 4-wheel drive truck.' TIE 'JET rriLlTT ?UM ...dual purpose vehicle {or business or family. Save time and money with 'Jeep' vehicles 4-Wheel-Drive 'Jeep' vehicles help you get more work done around the clock, 365 days a year. They're time-tested and perform ance-proved in billions of miles of dependable transport service. .. and they're the only vehicles in their weight class originally de signed and engineered completely for 4- wheel drive off-the-road use. They travel the highway in con ventional 2-wheel drive... and for rough going shift easily into 4-wheel drive for extra traction. With power take-off, they provide mobile ?power to operate many kinds of equipment. There's a 'Jeep' vehicle to save you time and money on your jobs. Jeep family of 4-Wbeel-Erive vehicles 1ILIY$...v*IJ's tartest nlirs if 4-Wt>?4 fctvi nfelcJes Ask your W illys dealer for an on-the-job demonstration! Dealer Franchise No. 2123 CHEROKEE MOTORS 205 HIAWASSEE STREET MURPHY, N. C. m Yes, Fr^e From Worry In Case Of Fire, Theft Or Liability. How Are Y oa Fixed For Insaraaee Protec tion . ? ? ? SEE Your Independent Agency [filZENS BANK and TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT LI t ? VEram 7-21/41 "I Hmrphy * WINNER EN' RECENT BABY CONTEST FRANK Michael Dockery, 8-month -old son of Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Panther of Belleville, Mich, and formerly of Murphy was a winner in baby contest In Belleville, Mich. The proud grand mother Is Mrs. Ltla Dockery, of Murphy, who Is employed. by Acme Hardware. State Designated , As Emergency Loan Area By USDA ! The Department of Agriculture to day announced the designation through June 30, 1957, of the entire t State of North Carolina as an area f where the Farmers Home Adminls. a tration may make emergency loans to eligible farmers. u The Department said that during the past four years, hurricanes, drought, and other adverse weath- f er conditions have brought about a ? situation under which normal cred it sources will be unable to meet the heavy demand for operating C j credit this spring. 1 The action was taken under Pub- 1 lie Law 727, 83rd Congress. The law ' provides for emergency loans for 1 agricultural purposes where there 1 is need for agricultural credit that cannot be met for a temporary per c iod from commercial banks, co- 1 jperative lending agencies, the t farmers Home Administration under its regular programs, or i . through other types of emergency loans. Emergency loans are made to finance formal operations, but may not be used to refinance exist ing debts. Farmers may apply for ^ loans at the Farmers Home Ad ministration County Office here in Murphy. To be eligible, a farmer must be unable to obtain the credit he needs from other local sources, must be primarily engaged in farming, and have suitable exper ience and reasonable prospects for success in the farming operations he plans to carry on with the loan. Repayments are scheduled ac cording to the borrower's ability to repay. Loans to meet operating expenses are secured by liens on crops and ordinarily on chattel "property, and run from one to five years depending on the exact pur pose for which funds were advanc ed. Loans for crop production are usually scheduled for repayment when the income from the crops is normally received. The interest rate is 3 percent. Under Public Law 727, no loan THE CHEROKEE SCOUT HUME OF FINE PRINTING DIAL -a-SHB?a? ? TENNESEAL ROOFING Sq. GOLD SEAL RUGS 5,25 Ea. BARB WIRE 7.25 Roll M" HOG WIRE 15 JS Roll SHEET ROCK MM M. OS lb. BIRD SHINGLE8 ?.75 Sq. 45 LB. ROLL ROOFING 1. 75 RoU FERTILIZER LN Bag SEED POTATOES 4.25 Bag Dickey Supply Co. Phoao VE 7-2125 Marpfcjr, N. C. . \antahala District Committee ro Meet Thursday A meeting of the Nantahala Dis rict Committee will be held at the Jew Regal Hotel, Thursday nigfii it 7:30. C. A. Bales, district chairman irges all members to attend. In J956, North Carolina grower: iroduced about 70,000 pounds 01 iromatie tobacco. The purpose the of Soil Ban! Conservation Reserve Program is o help maintain farmers' net in :ome at the same time he is.redui ng his plantings of each crops ant >racticing more conservation 01 he land. :an exceed $15,000 and no loan cai >e made which would cause th< otal indebtedness of the borrowe or this type of credit to excee< 20,000. Cherokee County Farm & Home News MISS THELMA WHEELER Home Agent March 21 H. D. Council 1:00 p. m. Home Agents Office March 22, Valleytown 2:00 p. m. Mrs. Kenneth Ledford. March 26 Martin's Creek 1:30 p. m. March 28 Ranger 1:00 p. m. Mrs. J. V. Henson Tips On Fitting Children's Shoes It's important to fit shoes correct ly?children's even more so than your own for their bones are soft and still growing. Remember, too much shoe space can be just as dangerous as crowded space. Good fitting shoes need not be ex pensive. Moderately priced shoes today are serviceable and made of good wearing materials. Lasts and construction are normally the same as those used in higher priced shoes. Because children outgrow rather than outwear shoes, it is better to buy moderately priced " shoes and buy them oftener, thus changing sizes as needed by a child's fast growing foot. Don't buy shoes too large nor attempt to get every last bit of wear from them which is apt to happen when a , mother strains her budget to buy | her child "theh very best". March 29 Midway 1:30 p. m. Mrs. N. T. Penland. Miss Catherine Campbell, house furnishings specialist, State Col lege, Raleigh, N. C., will work with Miss Thelma Wheeler, home agent, March 27. The day will be devoted to making preparations for the April lesson on Window Treat ments. The first lesson on this sub ject will be devoted to glass cur tains. Interesting illustrative ma terials will be used in this study. O. E. S. Elect Officers At the regular meeting of Mur phy Chapter No. 10 Order of the Eastern Star on last Thursday evening the following officers were elected : Worthy matorn, Maude Duncan; worthy patron, Harralson Duncan; j associate matron, Alice Morley; 1 associate patron, Leon Kimsey; I secretary, Margaret Ann Phillips, and treasurer, Hattie Palmer. Appointive officers will be an- : nounced later. Oven fruits and vegetables re quire longer cooking time and more liquid than surface cooking. ? ~SRRGEIIT= s ; SOSSAMON FURNITURE CO. J( DIAL VE 7-3115 - Murphy, N. C. FOR THE FINEST ' IN SERVICE SEE 'BOB" WHITE NOW OPERATING THE ESSCi SERVICENTER Formerly Known As Shields Esso LOCATED NEXT TO SHIELDS MOTEL ? NOW OPEN 6 A.E TO 10 P.M. i J . ' ? STARTING APRIL 1ST We Will Be Open For Business 24 Hours A Day. 0 FARMERS FEDERATION FOB FERTILIZER PLANT FOOD AND SEEDING NEEDS! ACI-4 2 High Analysis Plant 1 Food For Gardens and Lawns. PEAT MOSS For Uniformity And Depend ability. Good For Flower Bulbs! MILORGAJVITE , Natural Organic Fertiliser. Easy To Use! Keep* Lawns Greener Longer. CYCLONE SEED SOWERS Sows Seed Evenly and Efficiently . , SHEEP MANURE IN ?5 and so Pound Bags COW MANURE IN 23 and SO Pound Bags RONE MEAL For Lawns ft Shrubbery AGRICULTURE LIME In 100 Lb. Bags LAWN GRASS All Types Lawn Fertilizer SPREADERS SEED POTATOES Certified Green Mountains Certified Irish Cobblers Certified Sequoias Certified Kennebees Certified Boone Ccrt'fied Red Bliss " MORE AND MORE FOLKS ARE CASHING IN ON OUR LOW FOOD PRICES . , ! ! No. 30" Can CREA?* STYLE CGRN - 10c No. 3Qr Can ? Tender Green BEANS - 10c Honogenized ? Sweet MILK i/2 Gal. 47c I Lb. < aruin PURE LARD 69c Pure Pork ? Old Fashion SAUSAGE lb. 29c Guraateed ? Country Freah EGGS.Lg.Doz. 35c From Our Own Commercial Laying Flocks Juicy ? ORANGES doz. 35c HONEY Qt L25 KARMHlS FEDERATION

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