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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, July 14, 1960, Page 5, Image 5

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sv Personal Men tion Qy Mr and Mrs Henry 1 and daughter, Judy at log relatives here. visit Mr. and Mrs Maurice B urges, and children of Viata, Calif, an visiting Mr. Burgesa' parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mrs. Cyrus White is viatttaf her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Sammy White o Atlanta. M-Sgt. Edward H. Sanford anc Mrs. Sanford of Pope Air Foro Base, Fayetteville spent the weel of July Fourth with Mrs. San ford's mother and brother. Mrs L. L. Mason and Mr. and Mra L. L. Mason Jr. Mrs. Sanfon is the former Miss Wilda Mason daughter of Mrs. L. L. Mason Sr Robert A. Baird, KnoxviUe Term., Miss Ruth Reneau am brother, Bob of Carson Newmai College, Jefferson City, Tenn were visitors of Mr. and Mrs L. L. Mason the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters ant children of Hendersonville hav< returned home after a visit wit) Dr. and Mrs. Paul Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ridenhoui and children left Wednesday f?w a visit with relatives at Char lotte. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Williair and family from Raleigh arrive* July 8 and will visit Mrs. Wil liam's mother. Mrs. Tom W ? J*' MX* -f i ?IS 4 ^ ? 'S L'V < FIM up your fuel tank now with Gulf Solar Heat ? the cleanest burning heating oil you can buy. ? Now selling at low, ? low sum mer price. Order from us*to For CLEAN HEAT Service fight f CRD in chickem V Blue Comb in Turkey* v* Infectious Scour* of calve* and pig* _ WITH ? PURINA CHEK-R-MYCIM Stop In For Some NOW Stiles Produce Co. Murphy, N. C. i Alley far two weeks. r Mrs. P. G. I vie and ton. . Grier spent the week-end in Atlanta, with Mrs. trie's mother. Mrs Lou Grier. ! Mr. and Mn Carl Sudderth ' have returned home after vtdthig Mrs Sudderth's sister, Mrs. E. I B. Roberts In Asbeville. | Mrs. Doyle Burch Jr. has returned from a visit with relat ives in Arkansas. ! Mr and Mrs. Wayne B. Wil [ son Sr., have as their guests. their sons, Jimmy McCollum of " Washington, D. C. and Eddie Wit [ son of Currey Beach Air Force I Base, N. C. and Rev. Howard Raines of Orlando. Fla.. is here ' for a few days fishing. ' d iss argaret Ritch, Student j nurse at Grady Memorial Hoap , ital, in Atlanta, Ga. spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Chester Ritch of Murphy. Mrs. W. A. Singleton was called ? to Summerville, Ga. Monday due , to the illness of her father. Mr. \ John Agnew. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fowler and . small son who have been visiting r Mrs. Fowler's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Palmer returned to their home in Delaware, Md. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hembree , and family of Atlanta, Ga. are spending a few days at their ' home near Hiwassee Lake. Mrs. W. A. Singleton of Myrtle Beach, S. C. is visiting her son, W. A. Singleton and family. _____ Mrs. Winona Hughes spent last week in Chattanooga. Tenn, with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan James and family of Lexington, N. C.. spent the Fourth holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa James of Rt. 3. Murphy. They visited other friends and relatives while here. Mrs. Glenn Kephart and son Vicheal. and Mrs. Howard Kep hart and children at Hartford, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs. Asa Jameson July 4th. , Mr. and Mrs. John D. Robertson j i of Sylva spent the holidays here '?visiting Mrs. Geneva Tanner, and Mr. an Mrs. James Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lee of Dalto. Ga., were visitors in Murphy Monday. Mr. Lee is the ' former owner of the Cherokee Scout. Leaving Murphy and going i to Dalton. Ga. where he now , owns the Dalton Citizens and The , Dalton News. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mauney formily of Murphy, and now re siding in Raleigh visited here over Fourth of July week-end. Accompanying them were Mr. ( and Mrs. A1 Cummings, and Miss I Evelyn Yelverton, all of Raleigh. | The Cummings and Miss Yelver tt.i served as judges in the ? Miss Wagon Train contest. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Foun tain and son, Arthur G. Jr. of Rocky Mount spent several days last week with Mrs. Fountain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. T. G Ashton Smith and children, Sara Beth I and Ashton Jr. of Rome, Ga. spent several days last week with Rev. and Mrs J Alton Morris Mrs Charles Schickel and dsughter. Denise of Lancsste, Pal left fo their home Saturday af ter a two weeks visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Earl Vandi ver and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baldwin and Mrs. R. L. Kirby of Mooresville V.r and Mrs. Walter Hucabee of Gainesville, Ga. spent last Mon day as g u e ? t s of Mr. and Mrs. | Bob Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sudderth have returned home after visiting their son. Mr. and Mrs. Richrd Sudderth and thier first grandson, Richard Edwin Sudderth of Clev land, Ohio and other relatives of Akron. Ohio. Mr. Sudderth is the I former Miss Joan English of Mur phv. Out ?# *? wWi Am* ftwrti dtm rmy toURr mi iHliU) nl?hg. Hink t Willi mi nk wW Mtof ? ?. , . . d? ftmMp n? ww ? im . ? . *wh| . - WpMf M IN NHnlVI MVM ? PIW ~ ^ auto w commiti rMiurni m ?"~Z SAVANNAH,-^ Writ* M?r fcr rn M?M tMkM ? m* TMrVmi M Mr. Leon Kimsey and Elmer Taylor returned horn Saturday from a lew days at f\. Myers. Fta. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Barnes of Sylva. were guecU Sunday of Mr. and Mr*. Leon Kinney Mr and Mrs Fred Roberta of Atlanta. Ga. (pent last week-end in Murphy with relative* and friends. Mr*. Harry Habba and children of Decker, Tenn. spent the week end with Mrs. Hahba's isster and Paul Sudderth. Mr and Mrs. Spurge Christo pher have arrived from Atlanta to spend the remainder of the sum mer here. Miss Lucille Sales of Fletcher, is visiting Mr. and Mr*. Robert Bruce and family. Miss Bennie Jo Palmer who has been visiting her parents, return ed Wednseday to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Roy GiUenwater and family had as their guests over the Fourth of July holiday E. J. Whitmire, Allen Siler, Mr. and Mr*. Lewis Penland and sons of Franklin, Mr and Mrs. Grady from New ayork, student of Uni versity Miami, Bill Krickbalm, Franklin, student of N. C. State College. Also Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Stalcup and sons Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hughes and Mrs. S. N. Bobo have returned home from a visit to Jackson ville. Fla Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farmer and son of Aheville are visiting their aunts, Misaes Kate and Leila Hayes of Tomotla. Miss Thelma Wheeler left Mon day for Raleigh to attend a meet ing. She was accompanied on the trip by Mrs. B. M. Gibbs, a dele gate to the meeting from An drews. Mr. and Mrs. Max Keasler and children, David and Gary have returned to their home in Akron, Ohio after spending several days with their father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keasler. Guests of Mr. and Mrs Asa James for the week-end were: Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan James and family of Lexington, Mrs. Glenn Kephart and daughter. Em ma Lou of Hartwell, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe James from Bessmer City, also Mr. and Mrs. Noah James of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Joseph anc children left Monday for a thra weeks visit with Mr. Joseph'! mother. Mrs. Ben Joseph of St Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Everett English and children and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Taylor spent the week-end with relatives of Marietta, Ga. Mrs. 0. G. Henkel of Hickory, Miss Sara Kincaid of Lexington and Miss Clarissa Kincaid ol Rome, Ga. are visiting their sis ter, Mrs. R. H. Foard. Miss Barbara Millsaps, of Bal sam Grove, is visiting her grand mother. Mrs. Evelyn Sneed. Mrs. Frank Rogers after s visit to relatives here has re turned to Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Breece Breeland and children have returned horrw after a visit with Mrs. J. W. Moore and family of Vero Beach, Fla. They were accompanied home by Miss Sandra Moore ol Vero Beach, Fla. who will visit them for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Scbuyler and children spent the week-end with Mrs. Schuyler's brother, Mr. and Mrs Jack Christopher oi Knoxville, Tenn. Miss Blanche Sawyer spent th? week-end with relatives at Wea verville. Mr. E. M. Thomas of Corbm, Ky. is visiting Mrs. R. Van Pelt, of Akron, Ohio at the home of her brother, Mr. Larry Rose on 111 Hill St. This is the first trif Mrs. Van Pelt has made since she left 40 years ago. AMONG THE SICK Patients admitted to Providence Hospital: Mrs. Pauline Anderson, Murphy: Homer Tanner, Haye? ville; Jay Brown, Hayeeville; Mrs. Wanda McClure, Hayesville: Fate Frankum, Murphy: Mrs. Caroine Wheeler. Mnrphy; Mrs. Lorene Nicholson. Blairsville, Ga., James Hogsed. Murphy; Fred Swaim, Murphy; P. R. Campbell Young Harris, Ga., and Mrs. Stella Fain. Murphy. Patients admitted to Murphy General Hospital: Joan K 11 Han, Murphy; Mrs. Helen I. Mason, Gastonia; Mrs. Dora E. Gladson, Rt X Culberson; Patricia Postal], Rt 1 Murphy; and Bass Car ringer, Brasstown. Scout copy Births (head standln) Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Israel oi Murphy, announce the birth oi a daughter Katharine Lynn, July 5, at Prarfctance Hospital. Mrs. At Boy's State Learned j, About Gov't i ? By PHIL MATTOX Boys state ia sponsored by the ' | American Legion with the co operation of the Institute of Gov-; eminent of North Carolina. It is| held annually at the University of North Carolina at Cabpel Holl This was the twentieth session of Boys State. Upon registering, each dele gate was assigned to a political party, a city, and a county. We| were also organised into recrea tional groups for soft-ball and basketball. There was table ten nb, tennis and horseshoe pitch ing. There was swimming each day in the college pool. The 350 boys lived in one of the college dormitories and ate in the college cafeteria. After break fast each morning we went to the Institute of Goveramen's Auditor ium. There we beard lectures of representatives from the state de partments in Raleigh, such as Thad Eure, Secretary of State, L. Y. Ballentine, Commissioner of Agriculture; Dr. Charles F. Car roll, State Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction; Ed Kirk of the department of Conservation and Development. We also heard lec tures by several professors at the University, making a total of 22 speakers. We took notes on each lecture and at the end of the week in order to receive a certificate stating we had com pleted the course we were given a (Act B ?OI. As the week progressed we learned the fundamentals of gov ernment and put our knowledge into practice. First we had a city elections we held nominating con state. For the county and state elecions we held nominating con ventions. The climax of the week was the election of our governor The boy whom we elected, Bill Witherspoon of Durham, will be a delegate to Boys Nation held in Washington, D. C. in July. The Boys Slate Program is de signed to train the future citizens of our country to better under stand our government and to be better leaders in their com munity. I am very grateful to the American Legion for electing me and making it possible for me to attend Boys State. Boiling Springs j News i Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parker and son of Atlanta, Ga., were visitors here Sunday. 1 Mrs. WiHie Mae Parker of j Marble visited relatives Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Wendell Sneed of Decatur, Ga., returned home Sun | day after spending a week with r relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan O'Dell and children left for Diston, Ore gon, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clingman O'Dell and children returned to their home in Cherryville, N. C., Sun day after spending a week with relatives. | Rev. Clifton Elliott filled his appointment here Sunday and Sunday night. Slow Creek News Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Rabb, Jr. and family and Billy Parker of Gastonia spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Parker. Mrs. Lonnie Winters and fam ily of Detroit, Mich, are visiting Mrs. Winters' mother, Mrs. Gene via Naitjons. PVT. Douglas Wiggins stationed at Ft. Knox. Ky. spent several days leave with his Mother. Mrs. Ethel Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs Wilbura Simmons of Clover. S. C. visited relatives her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan White of Lawreoceville, Ga. visiteS their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will White and Mrs. Cora Whinfry last week end. Miss Edna Linn of Hot Springs. Ark., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Linn. Mr. and Mrs. David Deitz and family of Detroit Mich, visited relatives here last week. PVT. Charles DeiU of Ft. Eus tis, Va.. is spending a leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deitz. Harvey Naitions Is visiting rela tives in Detroit. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray and Mrs. Suzie McClure of Asheville spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Will Cook. Jack Arrowood of Norcross, Ga., spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ar rowood. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Potter and his, Billy and Bobby left Mon day for a three weeks visit with relatives, at St. Joseph, Mo., Oklahoma and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tuttle and children returned home Saturday from a visit to relative* in Upper Baity, Pa., and Cobhs Creek, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coles and children of Mt. Holly, N. J. are vtsttlng Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Re* wl of Brasttown Mr Colas is thtt Amr of Ankokac Chambers Family Holds First Reunion In 15 Years ANDREWS - Mr and Mr* lalph Chambers and (our of their children and their families en oyed a reunion Sunday July 3 it home. It had been fifteen years since! their brothers and sisters had visited together. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cham bers. and children, Lyle and Conna of Fontana. Mr and Mrs Ton Chambers, and David, of Reading. California Mr and Mrs Wayne Chambers. Karen, Angela and Ronnie, of Clarksvilie. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Thomp son. Terry and Breeae. Mrs Edna Seanjore, her son r.M Harvey Seamore and family, of Sweet water. 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