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? "Mllte God.'iey. sra ?[ Mr. uj
K: M i Godfrey, celebrated
? "-h b'tbity on Friday. Oeto
5 fltfc a party at b-ic?
~Tw vfuai ftue.'ta ware Mike Ktn
r-r" JsBle J j :*on. Betta I'Jvurda,
\ hert Bourne, Bill MaCeever. Mj
The Murphy Woman : Club will
to!4 a btaef t &rldf? on Saturday,
^ It. at ? o'clock lo the re
ration n o o t the Episcopal
Clarch. , Ticket* lor ttoe bene.it are
?rictj at $1.00 per person.
Tlu- >c rcbosrd, donated by the 1
Vjmrr'o Ck'.'J, was in operation
'or tt. '.rat time oa the Murphy
-'gh S?(|ool f.attall field at thi
taie en fridiy, October 1 be
: '*?a M '.Thy and B-yson City.
Kasa Breland, Roy Wells. Cindy
TuttlC', !<? ':!? Lunsford, David
?^ill. Ci'ry ?-?nd Jchnqy Israel. Vicky
Wjod. Steve Dickey, Tim Dyer,
en > M v?'s brother. Tony Godfrey, j
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Murphy. 1*. C.
Mn Jamea Cathay who has baao
visiting with ralatiraa is WaaMng
ton, D C. and R.chmood, Va.. haa
arrived for a rlalt with har parenu.
Mr. aad Mrs Richard Flowon
Ttk; Rev. and Mrs. Thomas C.
C!ri uuss aad children. Tommy.
BjL )>? and J.mmy, have returned
f.6m Mayesv lie. S. C. w<iere they
( traded the funeral of hit aunt,
V.rr. Fanny Simpson, held Sunday
vitrrcon. On the trip home thty
also had a visit with his parents.
:he Rev. and Mrs. Christmas, and 1
rhe parents of Mrs. Christmas in
Miss Sue Nichols, student nurs^
n Memorial Mission Hospital in
Ai-heWUe. spent the week-end with
he * parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick ?
Vj-s. Leila Woodard of Abbeville
is the gueat of her sisters, NDrs.
John Watkins and Mrs. Allie Mc
JurV ns. for a visit.
Mrs. Josephine Higdon haa re
ti'rne hemed from Charlotte where
she ?ttenO?d the Carolina Festival
Tt'.- Bcuu. clans and a visit of sever
al clays u.th her siaters, Mrs. Dm
ILre; and M;s. Jcanny Johnson o i
fl:\ ? nu Mts. R M. Valentin?
"rr nd 'aarh. Fla. are spend
i: ; their annual vaca'.iin in And
M . and Mrs. James Ibberjon of
Rt -.ding. Pa., are spending this
i.v rs guests of the Rev. and Mrs.
Vitolds Gobins and o'h?r friends.
The- Ibtersons' formerly lived in
?nor <vs where they mads many
" ienc's dining their stay here.
?. I aad M; ?s. Roy Wheeler and
children Be :';y and A1 cf Ellz. bet i.
ton. Tsnn. vere guests of his moth
er. Mr3. Bert Wheeler for the Week
end. V.W ?nd Hi. W. 0. Sodiquist
Sylva were also guests of Mrs.
War :lcr the latter part of the
Mrs. C. H. Jarrett returned to
h-r home Saturday after spending
-.everal weeks in Charlotte with her
sen. Dr. Clyde H. Jarrett. and his
."-m:iy and a weeks stay wMi rel-a
'.vcs In P?co'.et, S. C. on the re- 1
turn trip home.
Mi-, and Mrs. Jce McKeldrey of
W:ns?-r.-? 'em and M'-s. Lee Barn-;
?nd ("ru'hter, Jo Evelyn, o'
""r?nklin spent the week-end with :
'h-'- parsnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
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Mr. ?ad Mr*. Junes Blalock of
Bla.rsvilie. Oa., announce the birth
of a ton. Ronald Nelson. Oct. 1, a:
Providence Hospital. Mrs. Blalo.k
s the tormer M.:s GUily., Maria
MV. sad Mrs. Eu?eae Earl Curti
of Murphy, announce the birth o
ft son. riyn Paul. Oct. 3. a P.-o
vidcuce iioapi al. Mrs. Curtis b
Ike former M?ss Helen Lucille
Sir. and Mrs. Uarve Mack
Moore. Jr. of HayesviUe announce
?he biith of a son, Steven Brent,
Oft. J, at Provvdence Hospital. Nfcs.
Moore is the forrr.'r Miss Mar.lyn
Mr. and Mrs. Roel Smart of
Kayesvlile anuonce the birth of a
daughter, Tamra Sue, Oc:. 4 at
Providence Hospital Mrs. Smar' is
the foraur MUs El!a Louise May
J ' \ ar.d V!.-s. I. ugh Francis Abies
: Murphy arrource the birth of
-. son. Hush 'Francis, Jr.. Oct. 4.
Et Provi . n;e Hospital. Mrs. Abies
s the former ICss Bet:y Ann
Mr ?r.d Mrs. Bart Blaine Bare
" ?."! rrphy announce the birth of a
lijhier. Dawn Maria, on October
'? in Providence Hos">!'al Mrs. B 'ro
'b<- former Miss Mar?aro
To Hold Meeting
A VDR^WS ? "Hie M?t?V aH \rt
partment ot the Konnaheeta Wom
ans Club will be in charp; of the
program Thursday night Oct. 15
at the meeting to be held at the
Shell Dining Room at 7:00 p. m.
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Brauer. Mrs. Louise Rogers, Mrs.
H. E. Davis and Mrs. H. A. Van
Miss Shirley Ann Davidson and
.* me* Hubert Bauph will be mar
rj? * on o-?. V. a* 7 pjn. at the
She is the daughter of R. J.
Davidson of Murphy and Mrs.
? -W-- KV
Mr. Baugh is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Baugh of Murphy. He
i- r.v?i- M-i'h >he Miripe Corps
at Camp Lejeune.
A recep'ion will be held In the
k>wv?r assembly hall of the church
following the ceremony.
Shoal Creek News
Pv vrs. ? roOKE
" ? rp'' Mrs. Will Cnnlc s-ent
"?'nrtiy in Swannanoa visaing re
' it: VPs.
H-ifi Huu .and of Asheville is
vrf.'lting relatives here.
Net Barnette visited hei
naren's Mr. and Mrs. Ranse Queen
L. C. Newton of fias'onia spent
thn wr-fk-end wl'h h's parents, Mr.
"nd Vfs. C. B. Newton.
Mr:, f'ftt'.e Crow e' High Shoals
s visiting relatives 'here.
Mrs. Fred Arrowo-d visited Gen
'la Nct'on'! last Wednesday.
ATTENDS AREA MEETING LAST WEEK
Soeoial guests who jUended the American Legion Auxiliary meeting
here last week are: i seated, left to right) MJrs. Z. E. Murrell, state
nresident, and Mrs. J. W. Norris, fifth area vice president; (standing,
left to right), Mr.s. F. V. Taylor, president of Murphy Unit, Mrs. S. C
Burgess. Mrs. T. L. Noe and Miss Jeanette Paramore. After the
meeting, a lun;vieon was held at the Regal Hotel. Carolina Sweet
hearts and Mrs. Maxine Chastain, vocalist, presented entertainment.
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Murphy High School French Teadnr
Spends Summer Studying In Paris
By OPIE McKEEVER
who has studied
French knows the familter folk
song. "Sur le pont d'Avingnon, L'oo
y danse. l'on danse" (On the Avig
non bridge, people dance, people
Wh-ui Mrs. Lynn Gault left (or
studies at the Sorbonne In Parts
this summer ?he promised her
I Murphy High School pupils here
that when she visited Avingoo she
: world dance on the bridge. But
her plans for dancing were aome
| what thwarted when she arrived
and found the historical bridge in
ruins, now a Roman antiquity. She
did keep her promise, however, to
send postcards from the scene to
over 85 of her students.
Mrs. Gauit. wno felt that six
weeks study in Paris would prove
?>n ^ Mi'^V W?V
French classes, left on June 17 by
KLM from New York and flew di
rectly to London. In England she
EUeen Gunnell, supervisor of folk
dancing in the Noniton School! .
Several years ago Miss Gunnell
spent a summer at the John C.
Campbell Folk School, Brasstown,
! which Mr? ?t<| hr- fcn .
band have been closely connected.
All students in England are given
| courses in folk-dancing, a special
hobby of Mrs. Gault's, and includ
ed in the curriculum at Honion is
a course m American hisory. She
made a talk to the history class
and said she found English and
American tc.^-agtrs (remarkably
After five days In Devon and
1 several in and around London,
Mrs. Gault and Miss Gunnell took
a ferry at Dovei for Dunkirk. They
toured by car to the south of
Prance whsre they visited maay
historical towns and spent a week
at Bondol on the edge of the fash
ionable Rivera. ttondol Is not a
tourist town and Mrs. Gault said
that white she was there she saw
On the return to Parts, Mrs.
Gault moved into a Sorbonne dor
mitory, the International House, lo
cated on My* Boulevard St. Michel.
The Sorbonne 1s the name moat
commonly used for the University
of Paris, a title which originated
from the name of the founder.
Robert de Sorbon. In the early
days of the university classes were
conducted in Latin, giving that sec
tion on the teft bank of the Seine
the name, Latin Quarter.
Mrs. Gault's roommate was an
American teacher from a private
girl's school In Massachusetts but
sitting on either side of her in class
everyday nuns a German and a
Bulgarian. The Bulgarian woman
was the aHy member Of tlM eiaaa
from beMad the fco? Cur t#l? and
wm able to (My ???w tt fin
ancial assistance from aa Ameri
At the Sorbomw summer ecbool
only foreign studeaU are permtttad
to Study awl all dMaaa are con
ducted In French. Mrs. OauH's class
la French language aad Wwgture
was scheduled ffw I U*H 12
e\**y morning #?Wr
She took two wesh end excur
sion to Charting and Batata,
planned by the affcool and odd
ducted by Sortjoupe profesacri
"Aa me traveled through the eoua
try side on our ch?HaCffl bw,"
said, we bad great fua Jotoing la
the songs of all nationalities with
our professor standing up Croat
leading us. It waa ? good lesson In
And making aacjjwr interesting
obr.Tvaion she said aha WW to
"high fashion" Ip Paris. "The
best-dresr.ed women I mat," she
o" "were Americans."
Lucille, who noMe AB. and M A.
degmes from the University of Wis
consin, is teaching bath French and
English at Murphy High School.
Her clasaes in Frtncb are taught
from a conversational point of
view and she says her puplb are
fast becoming "lively Frenchmen"
Their attractive hoipe, designed
by Mr. Gault, is located on Blrdfoot
Ridge near the John C. Campbell
(Mrs. GauM will talk os "A
Student in Pari*" at t)? Folk
School on Sunday afternoon, Oct
ober 18, at 4 o'clock. This ia one
of the Fires id? Chats, sponsored
by the School, to which the public
, Bourne Brothers
Trip Brurne, son of Mr. and Mrs. |
f Boime, Jr., celebrated his
,'eventh birthday on Sunday, Octo-j
ter 4, with a picture show party.
Gu?3ts at the Thirty were Luke
Bayiess, Bo Dreher, Bobby Hilton, J
Pewey Johnson, Knox Singleton, j
Billy Forsyth and David Penland. i
On Thursday, October 8, Clarke !
i? 't. ? y;uPJ^cf s">n of the Francis I
Bourne's, was honor guest at a I
rty at his home on his third birth
?>'g!iborho-d children who at
tended were: Mary Ray and Jimmy
Ic;e?h, Mary Jane Ressel, Karen
Beerkens, Bobby Forsyth, Price
McKeever, Cindy Tuttle, and Kath
erine and Fr.ui Hill. I
Mr. and Mrs. Holland McSwain
were In Chapel Hill last week-end
where they .attended a luncheon at
Ihe Mbrohead Plantarium and the
V.S.C.S.C. football game. They
visited with their son, Frank. &
s'uaent at the University, and "spent
Saturday night with friends in Ral
Mrs. Mary Calhron Sneed spent
severe! days last week at the Caro
lina Beauty Festival in Charlotta.
Lynn Gault is spending a week
with his parents in Ohio.
M>3 Ssil Thompson at Simsbury,
Conn arrived this week for a vis
lv with her cousin, William Tuttle,
Mrs. Tuttle, and children, Scott,
Cindy, and Mark.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bayless at
tended the Tech-Tennessee football
g.-me in Kn?xvllle last week-end.
I Among The Sick
Lonnie Be' vers, Rt. >, MUrphy;
I Mrs. Bessie Davis, Rt. 1, Andrei;
Lev! Forrester, Rt. 4, Murphy;
Mrs. Rozenna Forest, Rt. 1, Mur
phy; Daniel Jefferson Floyd, Rt. 4.
Murphy; Mrs. Willi* Jean Hyde,
Rt. 2, Hayesville; Mrs. Lena Mhe
Johnson, Rt. 1, Murphy; Mrs. Bon
nie Ladd, Marble; Tom Morrow,
Rt. 4, Murphy; Miss Bessie Mjallo
r.ee. Murphy; Mrs. Hazel Nicholson,
Hiawrssee, Oa.; Ronald Phillips,
Warne; Mrs. Bertha Panther, Rt.
1, Murphy; Mrs. Emma Riley,
I Rt. 2, MiSrphy; Robert J. Stephens.
Rt. 2, Murphy; John Stewart, Rt. 2,
Hayesville; Isaac Taylor, Rt. 4,
Murphy; Mrs. Ttshe Tanner. Rt. 2,
Murphy; and Mrs. Dixie Palmer,
YOUR NEWSPAPER >
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favor, tho facts you must
havi in ordor to oxifdso
wisely tho freedom of choke
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long as tho press is free,
unhamporod and uninter
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ileges as an Amorkan are
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