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Society News and Glob Activities
A Mrs. L. D. Schuyler entertained
at the TAC Friday night from 7:3C
to 10 o'clock in honor of her daugh
ter, Lynda on her twelfth birthday.
For recreation, the sroup engag
ed in square dancing, round danc
ing and proms.
Sandwiches, cookies and coca-co
las were served. Mrs. Schuyler
was assisted in entertaining by
Mrs. Ruth Cheney.
The guest list included, Anna
Mae King, Sarah Varjer Singleton,
Linda Jones, Barbara Townson,
Patricia Crawford. Lynn Smith,
Wanda Thompson, Elizabeth Gibbs,
Becky Hoover, Sheila Sneed, Claud
ia Schuyler, Marcia Kay Olson,
Carlene Bates, Carol Jean Smith,
Rosalind Johnson, Terry Smith,
Jerry Dickey, John Van Horn,
Charlton Holder, John Snow, Mike
Sneed, Lamar Haggard, Dickie
Davis, Charles Barrett, Jr., Roger
Derreberry, Peter Maxwell, Butch
Hetuley, Tommy Palmer, Billy
Browning and Kay Davidson.
The honoree opened an displayed
her many lovely gifts.
In Providence Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. James Myers,
Murphy, Route 1, a son, Timothy
Gene, March 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mealer of
Murphy, a daughter, March 14.
In Protestant Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore, Route
1, Murphy, a son, March 17.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Freel of Andrews, a son, Charles
Scott, Monday March 4 in Sylva
Hospital. Mrs. Freel is the former
Miss Lillian West. The Freels
are students at Western Carolina
College at Cullowhee.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ladd a
baby girl, Leta Melinda, February
22 in a Johnson City Hospital. The
baby weighed 9 lbs. 13 ozs. Mrs.
Ladd is the former Miss Jean
Lovingood and both parents arc
from Marble. Mr. Ladd is a student
at Tennessee State College in John
Miss Clarissa Kincaid of Rome
Ga. spent the week end with her
sister, Mrs. R. H. Foard.
Mrs. Hubert Williams of Talla
hassee, Fla. entertained for her
son, Uu, on his sixth birthday Sat
urday afternoon at the home of hei
iister, Mrs. W. G. Darnell and Mr
The play room where games were
played and refreshments served,
was decorated with balloons- tied
to pink and green crepe paper
streamers. The table was covered
with a white "Happy Birthday"
cloth and centered ,with a Jack
and the Beanstalk birtMlay cake,
surrounded with spring, flowers.
Musical chairs and pin the head
on the donkey were played in the
piay room and drop the handkerch
.-hief and other games were play
ed on the lawn.
Invited guests were: Wayne
Wells, Steve Wells, Alec Alexan
Jer, Carl Tow.ison, Wayne Hol
and, Graham Baylt-ss, Tommy Mc
Guire, Bobby Dickey, Sammy Mc
jjiona!d, Edwin Crawford, Sammy
Davis, Gary Headrick, Allen God
frey, Mike Godfrey, Billy Max Liy,
Debbie Corhwell, Elizabeth Bourne,
Ann Craven, Peggy Hyde, Marsha
Ramsey, Suzanne Coward, and Mil
j ured Crawford.
Ice Cream, cake, candy and
punch were served and souvenirs
were given to each child. A large
number of gifts were received by
Mrs. Williams was assisted in
entertaining by her mother, Mrs.
R. S. Parker, Mrs. James Parker.
I Miss Ann Parker and Mrs. Hey
j ward Crawford.
i The Evening Circle of uie Wo
i men of the Presbyterian Church
met Monday with Mrs. Robert A.
Potter at the manse.
Mrs. W. M. Fail), chairman, pre
sided over the business session.
Mrs. E. H. Brumby gave the
Bible Study on "Nationalism ver
Mrs. Evelyn Sneed spoke on
Members present, in addition to
those on the program were Mrs.
Ann Phillips, Mrs. L. D. Schuyler,
Miss Hattie Palmer, Mrs. R. H.
Foard, Mrs. J. Franklin Smith,
Mrs. Bob White, Mrs. Sheridan
Dickey, and. Mrs. Kenneth McGill.
C, W. Barrett's
Honors Son On
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barrett en
tertained at their home on Bourne
Street Saturday from 7 to 10 p. m
honoring their son Charles on his
The guests danced and played a
number of games including a bot
tle game, post office and a ping
Jang ball game.
' Charles opened and displayed his
many gifts, after whi^h hot dogs,
potato sticks, cup cakes and pepsi
colas were served to, Lynda Schuy
ler, Marcia Kay Olson, Lynn Smith
Patricia Crawford, Libby, Susan
and Gregg Barrett, Tommy Palm
ar, Peter Maxwell, Jerry Dickey
and John Van Horn.
Mrs. John Roper of Philadelphia,
Pa., and -Miss Vanoy McGuire oi
New York City arrived Friday to
attend the funeral services of their
brother Garland McGuire held
Monday at Robbinsville. .They will
remain for a visit this week with
their brothers, Gerald and Glenn
McGuire and their families.
Robert Hay, student at North
Carolina State College, Raleigh,
and his roommate Carlos Garcia oi
Holguin Cuba, spent the week-end
with Robert's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hay. They were accomp
anied back to Raleigh by Mr. Hay
by plane Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams have
returned from Gastonia where they
attended the funeral of their nep
hew Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs
Dock Phillips of Kings Mountain,
who was killed ill an automobile
accident in Coco Beach, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Phillips and
children, Ronnie, Sandra, Stepher
and Kathy Lynn of Marietta, Ga
spent the week-end with Mr. Phil
lips mother, Mrs. J. H. Phillips and
with Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr
and Mrs. Fred Day. The Phillips
will leave Marietta April 1 for EI
Centro, California where he wil
be employed by Lockheed GeorgU
Miss Eleanor Sue Meador, stu
dent at the University of Tennesse*
left Sunday for Knoxville, Tenn
after a visit with her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chandler, Sr.
Mis6 Dorcas Ann McGuire, stu
dent nurse at the Baptist Hospital
Winston-Salem spent the week enc
SATURDAY, APRIL 6th
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With the Purchase Of
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HMten To Wesley ?m
Service Guild Tfcsrs.
Mr*. Fred Babbington was host
ess lor the March meeting of the
Wesleyan Service Guild of the
first Methodist Church held in the
Ladies Parlor of the Church Thurs
Mrs. Louise Enloe developed the
scripture lesson on "Faith and
Prayer." The topic "Mental 01
ness and What We Can Do About
It." was discussed by Mrs. Flo
A film "Schools for Freed Men."
was shown by the Rev. Edwin F.
A social hour followed the busi
Mrs. W. P. Odom and Mrs. J. M.
Hughes attended the funeral ol
Mrs. Odom's cousin, Miss Margar- i
et Cunningham of Raleigh which
was held at Sylva Monday.
Miss Hedy West, student at West
era Carolina College, arrived Wed
nesday to spent a week here with |
her mother, Mrs. Constance West, -
it being the end of the semester.
.Mrs. Thomas Spencer has return
ed from a week's visit in Atlanta.
Jack Baraett, a member of the
faculty of Western Carolina Col
lege, Cullowhee, spent several
days here last week with his moth
er, Mrs. Ed Baraett. He returned
Mrs. Clyde Brannon of Gastonia,
and her brothers, Jake Roberts
of Whitnel, Joe Roberts and fam
ily of Dallas, N. C., and Arthur
Roberts of Gretna, Va. attended
the funeral of their uncle, R. F.
Roberts, Murphy, Route 3, which
was held at Grape Creek Baptist
Church Friday, March 15.
Mrs. George Dunn with her chil
dren, Kathy and Bobby, will arrive
Sunday from San Francisco, Calif
to spend the summer with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Lovin
good on Valley River Avenue, while
her husband, Lt. Commander Dunn
goes overseas for several months
Hubert Williams of Tallahassee,
Fla. came^up for the week end and
Mrs. Williams and their son Hu
who who have been here several
weeks with Mrs. Williams' par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Parker
returned with him Sunday to their
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon McGuire.
Mr, Mrs. Hendrix
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hendrix en
tertained with a dinner bridge
party at their home Friday night.
Arrangements of daffodils were
featured in the decorations. Five
table were arranged for bridge.
Dr. B. W. Whitfield scored high
for the men, and Dale Lee scored
For the women, Mrs. Evanell
Lauria won hig, and Mrs. Lonzo
Among The Sick
Admitted To Providence Hospital:
Miss Lula Fain who had a fall
Sunday and injured her hip.
Betsy Henn, reported to be im
proving from pneumonia.
Mrs. James Israel; Mrs. Floyd
Bowman; Mrs. Jack Pinson; John
McClure; Mrs. Dillard Stiles, Rt
\adrewM Hp Setatx
, Have Over-aight
The Boy scouts from Troop i
Andrews, under the direction of
Jake Buchanan, had an overnight
camping and hiking trip at Stnad
ing Indian Friday night.
The Patrol leaders, Richard E.
Pullium, Jerry Neal, Buddy Hol
land and Larry Huls were in
charge of preparing meals and oth
er camping activities.
Saturday morning they took a
hike under the directions of Pete
Gernert, senior patrol leader.
Other overnight trips are plann
ed for the spring according to as
sist leader S. J. Gernert.
Mrs. Tom Evans spent Friday in
2, Murphy, Jerry Sanders. Murphy
In Protestant Hospital:
The Rev. W. F. Elliott; James
Brother aid Sister
Receive Awards At
Bethel Uuka S. S.
Two children received awards
and certificates at the Bethel Una
ka SundyaS chool last Sunday for
learning and recitingg the Child
ler and brat her. Wyn ham . 3 .
ren'a catechism. They were Doris
Roberts and Wynham Roberts, sis
ter and brother. Wynham is a polio
victim They were presented New
The urphy P Presbyterian Church
organized a Sunday School there
last fall and these children are in
Mrs. R. H. Foard's kindergarten
The Rev. Robert A. Potter
preaches there twice a month and
several members of the church go
there each Sunday afternoon to
teach in theS unday School.
Miss Susie Miller of Agnes Scott
College, Decatur, spent several
days last week With her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Miller.
Q. W. LOUDERMILK
wishes to announce
the opening of
HOME OF DEPENDABLE
He invites his friends and
former patrons to visit him
in his new location. The
Murphy Shoe Shop was for
merly owned and managed
by him. He has recently
worked with the Miami Foot
Wear Corp. in Miami.
CITY SHOE SHOP
Located Between Mountaineer Bakery and Crisp Studio
Over 10 Ye?r* Experience
'home of Values For AH"
Vajues to 10.95
OUT .????. . . .
Values to 8.95
Odd Sizes Only
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FLATS & SANDALS
MEN'S TOP QUALITY
11 oz 2.49
m oz. . ! . . 2.98
BOY'S 13% OZ.
Sizes 7 to 12 ... 1.98
Sizes 12 to 15 . 2.49
. BOY'S QUALITY
11 oz. Size 1 to 8-L98
6 oz. size 1 to 6-1.49
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