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Society Nevs and Club Activities
Mrs. H. EL Davis
Garden Clnb Meet
ANDREWS? The Valley River
Garden Club met Wednesday after
noon In the home of Mrs. H- E.
Mrs- J. Ward Long of Franklin,
past president of the Franklin Gar
den Club and a former resident of
Andrews spoke on "Garden Club
Emphases". She was introduced
by Mrs. L. B- Nichols.
Mrs. Long discussed the many
advantages derived from being a
federated club, the challenge and
inspiration gained from the litera
ture, and publications, including,
The North Carolina Gardener. She
urged the importance of organiz
ing a Junior Garden Club.
She discussed methods in drying
material for arrangements with a
minimum amount of time and ef
fort and limited knowledge- She
bad on display an all white dried
arrangement in the Colonial man
ner with a Williamsburg container,
also an arrangement featuring all
native dried materials in tones of
browns with a harmonizing walnut
wooden vertical container.
Mrs. John Christy president pre
sided, and announced plans for
the Christmas lighting contest to
be sponsored again this year. Re
ports were heard from the commit
tee chairmen and a change of
place and date of the December
meeting was announced. The date
has been re-scheduled to Thursday
December 5 in the home of Mrs
C. O. Van Gorder.
A social hour followed and re
freshments we reserved- Pine burr
"turkeys" were favors. Mrs. E.
S. Pudrom of Franklin and Mrs.
Ruth S. Pullium were guests.
In ?ylva To Be
Closed Nov. 29
The Jackson-Swain Cancer De
tection Center in Sylva will be
closed November 29
The Center will be open Friday,
MALE OB FEMALE
to service a route of CIGARETTE
machines. No selling or soliciting.
Routes are established for opera
toi'. Full or part time, 6 to 8 hrs.
per wk. Up to $260 per month to
start. $890 to <178* cash required
which is secured. Please don't
waste our time unless you can se.
cure the necessary capital and are
sincerely interested to eventually
operate a $22,000 im final net busi
ness. Give full particulars, phone
number. Write Box 423, Sioux City,
Iowa, for Information and inter,
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"ON THE SQUARE"
The meeting of the Baptist Mis
sionary Society was held last Wed
nesday night at 6 o'clock with o pot
Mrs- W. T. Brown had charge of
the program and gave a talk on
Mrs- W. V- Costello presented the
study course on "Continent in Com
Lottie Moon Circle
Mrs- W. A. Bell, chairman of the
Lottie Moon Circle of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the First
Baptist Church, had charge of the
program at the general meeting at
the church Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. W. C. Kinney, Sr. gave the
Taking part on the program were
Mrs- Ben Palmer, Mrs- W. H. Mur- 1
ray, and Mrs. E- A. Browning. '
The topic of the program was
"Three Knocks in the Night" deal- i
Ing with hospitals in Africa and I
Latin America. I
CLIFFORD L. HAKPER
Returns From '
Cpl- Clifford Lee Harper, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harper of |
South Solon Ohio, recently return- >
ed from Verdum, France after ser- |
ving 27 months in the Military ]
Police unit. He received his dis
charge at Ft. Sheridian 111. I
Cpl- Harper received his basic t
and M. P. training at Camp Gor- i
don, Ga., and Ft. Jackson, S- C- ,
He enlisted in the Army in 1954.
He attended high school in South i
Solon and was employed by the |
International Harvester Co- of |
Springfield, Ohio, prior to enter
ing the service- <
He is a grandson of Robert L
Abernathy and nephew of Wayne \
J. Gentry of Route 3, Murphy.
Bake Sale Saturday
The Womans Auxiliary of the
Episcopal Church will sponsor a
bake sale Saturday beginning at
9 a. m- at the Elkin's Appliance
Baked goods such as cakes, can
dies, cookies, and sweet breads,
along with various other articles
will be on sale.
QUESTION: What effect on
North Carolina agriculture does our
system of tenant farming have?
ANSWER: The effect is wide
spread, but generally the lack of
long-term agreements between
landlord and tenant inhibits mech
anization, livestock production and
the adoption of other practices 1
and improvements that normally
take longer than one year to show |
POULTRY CO. INC.
Dealers !? lire PeaMry
Write Or (Ml Per 1
ft CALL COLLECT 5M
ANDREWS-Mrs. R. V. Tankers
ley left Friday for Greensboro
where she will join the Kurt Sal
man Associates Industrial Engi
Mrs- Tankersley has been asso
ciated with the Owenby Manufac
turing Company of Andrews from
its inception here as general man
ager in charge of all trainees and
Prior to moving to Andrews,
Mrs- Tankersley was associated
with Kurt Salman Industrial Engi
leers for eighteen years
Saptist Church, the Business Wo
Japtist Church, the Business Wol
nen's Circle and the Konnaheeta
She has one daughter Beverly, a
iigh school student who will enter I
totre Dame School in Greensboro
IVed October 21
In Decatur, Ga.
Mr- and Mrs. Carl Ledford of
ioute 1, Copperhill, Tenn., an
lounce the marriage of their
laughter, Betty Ruth Curtis, to
Charles Prichard. son of Mrs.
Wary Prichard and the late Mr.
Prichard of Isabella, Tenn.
The couple were wed Oct. 21, at
he home of Mr- and Mrs. LeRoy
Prichard of Decatur. Ga. The Rev.
David Hornby officiated
The bride is a graduate of Mur
>hy High School
Mr- Prichard graduated from
Ducktown School and has served
four years with the U- S- Navy- He
s now employed with the U. S
Post Office in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs- Vernon McGulre
have returned home after spending
the week-end in Mayfield, Ga., as
guests of Mrs. McGuire's brother
in-law and sister, the Rev. and
Mrs. George F. Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delaney
bad as their house guests for the
week-end Mr. Delaney's brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Blake>
Barnes of Blountville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs- Y. E. Lail have re
turned from Burnftell, W. V., after
a week's stay with their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vin
Mrs- Ruth S. Pullium spent the
week-end in Newnan, Pa-, with her
father and in Atlanta with her sis
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Revis of
iylva spent the week-end with Mrs.
Revis' mother, Mrs. R. W. Rec
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cathy of
Asheville were guests of Mrs. Clara
Sherrill for the week-end
Miss Wilma Crisp student at
Western Carolina College spent the
week-end with her parents
JAMES M. STEWART
A-3c James Merrill Stewart, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart of
Andrews, after completing his bas
ic training at the U. S. Air Force
Base in Lake Charles, La., and
Colorado is now stationed in Eng
His training is preparing him for
further study in radar which fol
lows a particular career field.
lie attended the Andrews High
School and entered the Air Fore*
Service in September 1956
MISS EMALENE MARTIN
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Martin of
Hayesville announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Em&lene,
to Mr. Willard C- Clonts. son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. ,
Clonts of Murphy.
Miss Martin is at present em
ployed as secretary to the Manager
of the Southern Commercial Grow
er Division of Associated Seed
Growers, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. Clonts ov-ro and operates a
farm in the Peachtree Community
The wedding is scheduled to take
place in mid-December at the
Truett Memorial Baptist Churcb*
We Have A Few
On Hand At
As a result of new legislation, a ;
wife no longer needs to be living
with her husband to qualify for |
monthly social security benefits
on his record, according to Norris
G. Grubbs, of the Asheville Social !
Security Administration office.
Previously, a wife could draw i
monthly payments on her hus- I
band's record only if she was liv- 1
ing with him or he was contribut
ing, or under court order to con- <
tribute, to ber support. Under the i
new law claims previously disal- \
lowed because none of these re- 1
quirements was met can now be \
reopened, upon application, and ]
benefits paid as early as this past i
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Warner
of Sapelo Island, Ga , announce the
arrival of a aon, James Paul on
The baby weight seven pounds
and ten ounces
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Helton, Rt.
4, twin daughters, Linda Faye and
Brenda Kaye, November 12.
Cpl. and Mrs. Charles James
Collins of Murphy, a son, James
Michael. Nov. 17
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corn well, Rt.
2, Murphy, a daughter, Cecile
Denise, Nov. 14.
Mr. and Mrs- Donald Anderson
of Robbinsville, a daughter, Cathy,
Mr. and Mrs- Randle Wallace,
Rt. 2 Murphy a daughter, Nov. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hughes, Rt
2, Murphy, a daughter, Nov. 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Devero Martin o t
Vicenza, Italy, a daughter, Lu Ann,
Nov. 6. Mr- Martin is the son of
Mr. and Mrs- Fred Martin of Rt.
Among The Sick
Mrs. W. A. Puett, Route 1, Mar
ble; Hollis Dan Hughes, Route 2,
Murpjhy; Mrs. A. L.' Gillespie,
Murphy; Mrs. Adkins Keener, Rt
1 Marble; Barney McDonald, Rt.
2, Murphy; Mrs. James Israel,
Murphy, Tracy Oelkers, Murphy;
Frank Davis, Murphy; Loretta Ow
sns, Brasstown, Mrs. Sallie Collett,
Murphy; Gary Barnett. Rt. 1,
Murphy; Mrs. Virginia Hughes,
Rt. 1, Turtle town, Tenn.
A wife's benefit is not paid for
iny month in which her husband
Is not eligible to receive his bene
Other types of payments affect
id by the changes in law are hus- ,
ind's, widew's, widower's, and
nother's benefits. Other require
ments for eligibility and the pro
visions for paying lump sum death
payments remain unchanged by
he new law.
Mr. and Mr*. Ed Davidson of
Miami, Fla. visited Mr. and Mrs
J. W. Davidson here last week.
Mrs- H. A. Mattox spent several
days in Atlanta last week with her
parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P
Mrs- W. H. Wilkie and her
daughter. Patty Lou of Arden were
week-end guests of the Rev. and
Mrs- R- A. Potter and boys.
Mrs- Ed Barnett left Sunday for
KnoxviHe to spend the Thanksgiv
ing holidays with her daughter,
Mrs- Hoke Mynatt and family. She
was accompanied by her son Jack
Barnett, of Cullowhee. Jack will
go after her after Thanksgiving
and take her to Cullowhee to spend
the Christmas holidays with him..
Mr. and Mrs- E. C. Queen of
Elizabethton, Tenn. spent a vaca
tion of several days last week with
Mrs. Sallie Queen and Miss Beulah
Queen, Miss Elda Queen of Atlan'a
spent the week-end with them.
Mrs. W. A. Bell, Mrs. R. S. Bault.
Mrs. Evelyn Patton Mrs. Duke
Whitley and daughters, Lynn and
Jane and Misses Kate and Leila
Hayes spent last Saturday in Ashe
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Pickleslmer
of Washington, D. C-, spent the
week-end with Mr. Picklesimer's
parents, Mr- and Mrs. L. H. Pickle
Mrs. Elizabeth Stiles of Balti
more, Md., spent the week-end
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs- Floyd Posey and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Asa
James, visited Mrs- Posey's aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs- John
Chastain of Dillard, Ga., over the
week-end. They also went to White
side Mountain, beyond Highlands
Mrs- Harry Ferguson of Sylva
spent several days last week with
her mother, Mrs. T. S. Evans.
Mrs. Ruth Carroll and Mrs- T. S
Evans were guests Saturday of
Mrs. Cora Nalley of Blue Ridge,
Aromatic tobacco has proved to
be a good source of income to
many North Carolina farmers.
Blairsville Upholstery Shop Spec
ialise* In Upholstering Antos and
Furniture ? All Kinds of Old Furni
ture Reflnisbed. We Pick Up and
Deliver. Call Blairsville tu.
, for Christmas;
See Our Large Stock of Used Cars and Trucks
At Both Locations.
LOW FINANCE RATES ? EASY TERMS
1955 BUICK 2-Door Hard Top
1964 CHEVROLET Bel- Air (Am
1953 CHEVROLET Bel -Air 2-Door
1953 CHEVROLET 110 2-Door
1955 CHEVROLET 150 2-Door
1956 CHEVROLET 219 2-Door
1953 CHEVROLET 150 4-Door
1949 CHEVROLET FleetUne 2-Door
1952 FORD 2-Door
1950 FORD 2-Door
1948 FORD Club Coupe
1948 FORD Chib Coupe
1953 DODGE 2-Door
185C CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-Door
One Owner 8 Power Glide
1950 CHEVROLET Sport Coope
IMS OLDS 88 HOLIDAY COUPE
Clean, Radio, Heater, New Tires
1951 PONTIAC 4-Door
1957 FORD 2-Door, 8-CyIlnder, 16,309
Miles, One Owner, Gren and Ivory
1966 FORD t-Door, 8-Cyllnder, Blue
1954 FORD 4-Door, One Owner
11,(78 Miles, Rlne and Beige
195# CADILLAC 4-Door, Hydro raatlc,
Radio, Heater, Extra Clean,
TWO 1?M CHEVROLET'S
Vft Too Plcfe-Upa
ONE IMS FORD Vi Too Plck-Up
ONE 1956 CHEVROLET Vi Ton
V4 Ton Plek-Up ? Like New
Mi Ton Plek-Up ? Chsu
8KB VINO CHEROKEE, CUT AMD GRAHAM COUNTIES
, North Caraliii
Aidrewi, North Carolina