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t Murphy Midget Football Teams
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MEMBERS of the MITES aie: float row, (left to rigfct), Bobby Mat, Chack Henaley, David Cote, Beany Scott, ?rw* Little, "Skipper"
1 Retseil Danay Smith, W*]?e Holland,, Jackie 9taicup, Wayne Wells and Samuel Davis. Back row. (left to rifhi). Frank Dickey, David
i Ramsey, Harry 0*DeU, Glen Alexander, Tommy McGuife, Tommy Clark, Rocky Craves, Mike Jordan, Freddy Lochaby Doaoy StUot, Hubert
Weill and Jackie Waymaa.
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MIDGETS (RED TEAM) MEKttERS ARE: (left to right), Jackie Morris. Gary Brygon. L.vle Martin, Dewey Johnson. Jimmy Cole. J.nmy
. Sherrili, Harold Teague, Charles Hembree, Geae Lance. Donald Morris. Bill:' Forsyth, Donald Ramsey. Back row, (left to right), Jack Luns
ford, Luke Nave, Charles White, Tommy Reed, Terry Hensley, Billy W aggoner, Steve Crawford, David While, Oscar Taylor and Harold
MIDGETS (BLUE TEAM) MEMBERS ARE: (left to right), James, Sneed, DarreU Timpson, Bob HatchzU, BUI Mallonee, David Penlan^,
John Cook, Perry Brown, Jtmmy Ashe, Johnny Rogers, Danny BnrreH and Terry Brewer. Second row, (left to right), David P?U Resell Cald
well, Woodrow Pcdmer, Jimmy Jordan, Richard Amn, Brent Radcliff. Bill Harper, Bo Dreher and Larry Johnson. Standing are Jack
and Frank Forsyth. ' (See ltory on PaKe D
The Rev. and Mrs. Lrtn Oweib'1
of Blalraville, Ga., and M5r. anid'
Mrs. W. B. Rich uf the Gold Branek
communtly. were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Rich last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Epps of
Atlanta were recent guests of Mrs.
Epps' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Worth
The Rev. Arvil Waldrop of Rob
binsville flUe*" his appointment at
Hyatt's Creek church Saturday
stfht. and delivered an interesting
Mr. and Mrs. D?n Bowers and
family of New York were Sunday
Guests of Alvin Cook.
Mrs. Guffy of Gastoftl*-W9? a re
cent guest of Mrs. Pearl Cra^g.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hembree ,
of Murphy, were Sunday guests of'
Mr. and M"S. J. C. Palmer.
Clarence Pace of Slow Creek,, was
a recent yuest of Ms aunt and uncle, j
Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Griggs.
Wesley Tothrow and son, Daqt
sy, Wayne Miilsaps of Murphy, L.
T. Farmer of Peichtree and Denn
Mintz visited in Marble Sunday -aft
Mr and Mrs. Rush Pullium and
family of Roanoke, Va., vttfted
Mr. and Mrs. Barley Mean over
Mrs. Vestle HeHnsley has return
ed to her home after spending the
* summer months with relatives
la Roanoke, Va.
m Mr. and Mrs. Hyde of RobblnaviOc
ware guests at Hyatt's Creek Chu
* fed Saturday night.
*. and Mrs. Dinar Nichols and.
* daughter of Tuaquita*. were via
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T.Owrv ?RABfHjw Hnhs were org
anized at the Murphy Elementary
School last week.
Fourth grade Reading Club off
icers elected were president,
Jane GUI: vice president, Barbara
Smith, secretary, Phyllis Williams;
program committee: Bobby Dickey,
Carl Townson. Janet Hamilton,
Sumnwy Carter, Susanne Xvle and
Samuel Davis. '
Fifth Grade club officers are: i
ofp.M?nt, Rocky Cr*v?n. vice I
rrMiHcnt r#ra Beth Stiles, se^re- '
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rrrl'te, Charlotte Stalcup, Betsy
Scott, Dianne Wilkins, Carol Kaye,
Ronnv Killian and Hubert Wells.
'Sixth grade dub officers are: |
president, Jan Davidson, vice pres- i
Went, Jane Brittaia; secretary,
Dewey Johnson; program comm
ittee. Gary' Bryaoh, chairman,
Peggy English, Elaine Martin. An
tha Rose. Carolyn Killian, Brenda
Dotson, Wlanda Thompson, Judy
Fain and Danny Taylor.
Officers of seventh grade dub
are: president, Billy King; vice
president, Sara Alice Jeffries; se
cretary, Daa Bailey, program
committee. Shiela Fay Stiles, SMela
Snee**, Linda Nelson. Freddy Davis.
Jaw Whitley. Patsy Killian and
Hie Eighth Grade Club, The Jun
ior Tarhael Historical Society, win
fee organized at e later date.
Elementary Teacher* and the
Ubraiy will etrees the a assies
this year. At the regular meeting
of the P-TA on Monday night, the
Association voted to purotaaae 101
volumes of Claesiea tor the Libraqr.
Tfteae books will N redd at a re
fftac class period aa? ?ss?selnn
The Library bulletin boards are
featuring a display of North Caro
lina divisions, products and recrea
tional faclities. In connection with
the display, a contest on North
Carolina Counties was held. Win
ners of the conttestt were Pferry
Brown and Knox Singleton who bad
perfect scones. lney received
books as prizes.
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