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-ffii should visit the office and re
4P?st assistance by Oct. Utfc. We
give approvals for Uine and
?fertiliser to new farmer*, we nksan
dinners that have (ailed to get as
sistance so far this year, so hwg as
?tiiaris are available. Now Is the
limt, pretty soon it will t*>gia to
rain and it will be over for I960.
I Approvals are ueing issued for
planting forest trees. Order blanks
arc available at the ASC office.
3V' ACP pay $12 00 per acre far
jteoting forest trees.
~Now is the time to use limestone.
Our \ .'odors will give delivery
within 48 hours after they receive
your purchase order.
- Limestone is not a fertiltaer, but
it is a plant flood. II contains cal
cium and magnesium which are
very necessary if you want to grow
grasps and legumes. We are ttold
that 80 million tons of lime
stone is nc ceded ror our countrys
farm land. I hiring 1958 only 22.7
million tons wen? actually applied.
We arc informed that approximate
ly 19 Million of the 22.7 million
tons applied were through services
by th ACP program. Now is the
ideal time to Make soil tests.
Half of men's are due to lack of
business knowledge: Knowledge of
what is their business, and what
is none of their business.
The ability to speak in many lan
guages is valuable, but the ability |
to keep your inoulli shut in one is I
Four New Films
Natahala Regional Library, which
icrvea Cherokee Graham, and Clay
counties. has recieved four new
films which are available now for
Films can be loaned to ciuba,
groups, church groups, and ofher
organizations. They are distributed
through the regional library.
Films for this month are: John
Marshall, Day With The F. B. I.
Magic Fiddle, and Alaska Today.
These films will be available
from Oct. 12 through Nov. 6. To
reserve fims. call VE 7 ? 2025. A
film projector and screen are avai
able at the regional library if
Inmproveir.'nls were made to |
more than 50 roads in the State j
Highway Commission's Fourteenth 1
Division during to past month, ac- I
cording to Division Engineer F. L.
In Cherokee County, 4.8 mik>s of
Morrow .Road and 1.6 mile of Joe
Brown Road wore strengthened
with additional stone.
Stone was also placed on addi
tional roads in the county.
Tho Fourteenth Division is com
posed of Cherokee, Clay, Macon,
Graham. Swain, Jackson, Transy
lvania and Haywood Counties.
By Rev. Joseph Dean
Lutherans And Catholics
Ever since the war, the Lutheran people and the Catholic peopl?
have been appreciating each other and have been working together
more and more. In Germany, especially, the home of Lutheranism,
regular con'erences have been taking place between Lutheran min
isters and Catholic pastors.
Both sides have come closer to each other's viewpoint through
mutual services in time of crisis and through better understanding
even on doctrinal points. For instance. Lutheran clergymen have
re-intrrduccd confession and are bringing the liturgy of the Mass to
their members in many parishes. And Lutherans have been quick to
notice the new Catholic emphasis on. the language of the people in
the use ol the sacraments ana the blessings of the Church, rather
thar a continued use of Latin. They also approve of the recent fav
orable appraisal on the part of Catholics of good points in Martin
Luther's character and influence. Two Lutheran ministers who
joined the Catholic cnurch recently were even permitted to remain
married, and still be ordained Catholic priests. The Augsburg Con
ic -sion. the chief standard of faith in Lutheran groups, can well
serve as the starting point for a re-unification of the Christian de
When Luther approved the Augsburg Confession in 1530. he never
meant to break away from Mother Church, but only to correct what
hi believed to be abuses and to bring about reforms within the
It is fitting and appropriate that Germany, the setting for the
division 400 years ago. now is becoming the scene of successful eff
orts for fundamental Church unity.
We pray daily that Christ's wish ccme true: Jesus promised,
"There shall be one flock and one Shepherd."
(Next week The Catholic Church condemns the sale of indulg
TERRY POST ELI.
Above is Terry Postell of Andre
1 ws who this year is playing Bade
on Lees-McRae College's football
team The Bobcats.
The Bobcau> 59 football started
September 12 when the team met
file (^arsor^ewmBC JVe. S%ice
that time the team has played Wt
ngate, Gardner Webb and Mars
Hill. Lee-McRae's Coach, Fred 1.
Dickocrson. has added many first
string players such as Postell to <
the Bobcat's team.
Presbyterian churches of Murphy
and Andrews are joining with
otheer congregations over the na
tion in observing Laymen's Sunday,
L. C. Davis of Hezelwood will j
speak at the morning worship hour
at Murphy and C. L. Barrett and
Holland McSwain of Murphy will
speak at Andrews.
Kiffin Craven, president of Mur
phy men of the Church, will pre
side at the Murpny service.
To Attend IJNC
Francis C. Bourne Jr., secret ary
trcasureer of Tim Hitchcock Cor
poration, is among the 42 top offi
cials of North and South Carolina
industries and businsses who have
enrolled for intensive study sched
ules of the University of North
Carolina's Executive Program
Forming The Seventh Executive
Group, executives will go to Chapel
Hill on Octt. 19 for a week's ses
sion. The program is offered by
the School of of Business Adminis
tration. Senior members of the
business faculty will lead various
phases of the program.
Selection of men from varied in
dustries is intentional. They are
chosen also to represent all func
tions or divisions of businss.
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Area Men |
In Service I
( Airman third class. Jerry Sud
' Asrth, stationed at Chanute Air
Force Base, 111., was selected to
the Air Force Honor Guard when
the President of Mexico visited
1 Chicago Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Airman Sudderth has been at
tending Technical School for twen
ty-foar weeks and has averaged
the highest in his class.
Ralph P. Evans, seaman, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Evans
of Hayesville, N. C., was serving
aboard the attack aircraft carrier
USS Shangri-La when it returned ,
to San Diego, Calif., Oct. 3 after a ;
seven-month tour of duty with tiw
U.S. Seventh Fleet in the Western
During oprations in the Far East,
the Shangri-La participated in
many inernalional exercises such
as the SEATO Operation "Saddle
Up" off the coast of Borneo.
The carrier remained in the San
Diego area for a few days before i
proceeding to the Naval ShtpyartJ
at Bremorton^ Wash., for a four- I
month overhaul period.
JACKIE V. WILSON
Jackie V. Wilson, aviation elec- j
Ironies tcchician second class, j
USN. son of Mrs. Raleigh J. Wil
son of Route 2, Marble, N. C., is [
serving with Patrol Squadron 44 |
operating out of the Naval Air Sta- 1
tion, Norfolk, Va.
For the third consecutive year 1
the squadron was awarded a
Navy "E", symbolic of outstanding
baatle efficicncy. The squadron
was also awarded Ibe Captain Ar- '
nold J. Isbell Trophy for outstand- j
ing work in anti-submarine war
Both presentations were made
Sept. 18. at Norfolk, by the Com- '
mander of the Atlantic Fleet
Air Wings, Rear Admiral T. B.
George Dunn, serving as adm
inistrative officer on the staff of
the Navy Supply Corp School of
Athens. Ga. was promoted to the j
rank of commander, on Sept. 30.
He attended Pennington, Prepar
atory School. Pennington, N. J.
U. S. Merchant Marine Academy
ai Kings Point. N. Y. General Line
School Monterey, Calif., Supply
Corp School, Bayonne. N. J. and
the University of S. C. He is the
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam E. Dunn formerly of Demar
est, N. J.
P.' is married to the former
Miss Maureen Lovingood, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Lovingood
of Murphy. The Dunns have two
children, Kathy and Bobby.
WINTFORD LOUDERMILK ..
Wrntford Loudenrilk, commir*
arytnjm second cUu. U8N, aoo of |
Mr. ud Hn A. L. Loudennilk of (
Route I, Murphy. N C. and husb
and of the formor Mtaa Frances Ve
na of MkfcUMon. E. 1.. to serving
aboard the deatroyer US6 Hawfciaa
operating with the U. S. Sixth Fto
et in the mediterranean. ,
Currently deployed ai an Mr del
enae ship for a carrier striking for
ce, the Hawkins has participated in
various operational exercises and
visited Spain, France, Italy and Gr- ,
eece during her tour which began I
in ^arly August. I
WAYNE J). BOGSED
Private FV*t CiM Way se D
lle??it, a i? nh?i o I Cawpn y C.
?7U> Fngi? r Group, rort Beivoir.
was selected (ram Group guard
mount aa tbe outstanding aotdter
of tbe day and awarded tbe hon
orary poet of "General'! Orderly."
General Gerald E. Galloway ex
tended bU congratulations la a
letter of conur. jdatlon citing the
Murphj. serviceman fo.- hli blgb
standards as a soldier.
Pfe Uogsed at ended Murphy
High School and is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Ho?*d of Route
I. He eote:40J>e Army ia Septem
>er of 1861.
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