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Andrews Schools To Open
New Term On August 26
ANDREWS? Schools is th* An
drews Unit will opto (or UN
1966-61 term on Friday, August
M. with a full schedule ol flint
for the day and with cafeteria in
operation Teachers will report en
Wednesday, August M, lor pre
planning and organisation work,
Superintendent C. O. Frasler has
Faculty lists far the coming
school term are as follows:
ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL: Al
vin J. Stiles. Jean Christy. Aline
E. Bristol, Bob Cooper, Lillian
W. Freel. Ruth E. Hamilton, An
na W. Lunsford. Cecil W. Mash
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gum, Ahrtn AuMil. Ruth R Sur]
a?M Mut Hi E. Whitsoa,
Ralph 0. ftobarts and Meredith
Wfaitaker. Mrs. Pauline B. Gauit
will serve as guidance counselor
ind Jams* S. Webb will be lite
astructor la driver educates.
ANDREWS ELEMENTARY :
L. Carr Browne, Pnaci|?al; TriV
)y S. Glenn, Came R. Womack,
Louise C Zimmerman. Ruth S.
fulliuin, Leona H. Ford, Blanche
C. Garner. Louise P Enloe,
Veanah R. Radford. Elisabeth
Kllpatrick. RuA C. Pullium. An
ile S. McGuins, Leila II. ItMmas
?oa. Agnes W. Price, Batty P.
Harris, Hasel W. Elliott. Alice
r. Hoped, Louise C. Rector,
Sartrude B. Walsh, Mary Ruth
Stiles, Mellie R. Stewart, Annie
iuby Baraett, Billy M. McFalls,
Dean Truatt aad Leila 0. Vaa
MARBLE ELEMENTARY: Oe
wva Che stain. Vesta W. Wood,
Maude D. Radford, and Helea R.
ANDREWS COLORED SCHOOL:
Ida Mae Lagaa.
ANDREWS ? The Tri-County i
Methodist Men's Fellowship com
?sed of >11 the Methodist Men
rom Cherokee, Clay and Graham
bounties will meet in Andrews,
Friday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m. Hie
Andrews Men will be host to a
Ish-fry at the Berkshire Knitting
Mills 'Picnic Grounds.
Mr. Boyce W. Padgett, Prind
jal of the Blue Ridge. Georgia
Schools will be the main speaker.
!. J. Gernert of Andrews is Pre*
dent of the Tri-County Group.
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ANDREWS LITTLE LEAGUE ALL STARS
The Andrews Little League All Stor team with their coaches are front row,
Johnny Brown, Ford West, Roger Adams, James Pointer, second row, Chipper Heot
on, Boyer Watry, Boyd Rogers, Jomes Hood, Leon Tatham, Ronald Luther; third 1
row, Lawson Roxter, coach; Larry Mclntrarff, Charles Deloney, Jimmy Sursavoge,
Donald Anderson, Jimmy Mulkey, and Lowell Trull, cooch. j
Mrs. Gerald Mathii hat as
her gusst Miu Ingrid Malsh
from North Bergen, N.J., Mr*.
Mathis met IngrM in Heidel
burg, Germany in IMS. Ingrid
came to the States four yean
ago. Her first summer in the
states she came to Andrews to
visit. She has returned each
year. She lores the mountains
aad the people and her many
friends took forward to her
Thurs. 28?1 p. m.. Methodist
Youth Fellowship Installa
tion service and picnic at
Fri. 29 ? 12:30 Valleyrlver Garden
Chib picnic at Carnegie Li
brary picnic area.
Sun. 31?10 a.m. Sunday School,
?11 a.m. Morning Worship,
?6:30 Methodist Youth Fel
? 7:p.m. YPMS Free Meth
Mon. 7:30 W. S. Guild meets with
Mrs. Allawayne Stratum.
Tues. 3 p.m.? WSCS of First Meth
odist Church meets with
Mrs. W. M. Neel.
?6:30 Rotary at Hamptons
Wed. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service at
Among The Sick
Dismissed from July II to 2S:
Mr*. Mitt ia Painter
Mrs. Gaines Luther
Mrs. Ronald Ray
Mrs. Donald Stemey
Mrs. Edwin Wetkins
Mrs. Clyde ierker
asr?. k o?v(t
Mrs. Raloh Carpenter
Jo Ann Satterfleld
Mrs. Arnold Nichols
Mr*, tetfir tven*
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Mr*. Betty DHt*
opa loc ka, pi a.
David C a vender
censu* en July ft 1*0:
Mr. and Mrs. JKfc
Ministers Elect Officers
ANDREWS - The Tri-County
Ministerial Association elected off
icers at a recent meeting. Offi
cers elected were: President, the
Rev. C. W. Sartin of Robbins
ville; Secretary - Treasurer, the
Rev. D. P. Smotherman of An
Plans were made for the next
meeting to be held at Robbins
ville on August 2. There will be a
picnic at the Beaman Lumber Co.
Wilbur and Orville Wright, who
built the first successful air
plane. earned their first pocket
money by making kites for boy
Picnic Grounds with the families
of te ministers as guests.
Three Car Smash
| Up In i
ANDREWS? A three car smash
up occured about 1:45 p.m Mon
Involvedi n the accident were
Bill Webb, driver of a truck. Roy
Kirkland of Robbinsville, N. C.
and Dr. Charles Van Gorder of
ANDREWS - The regular
monthly meeting of the Women
rf the Church was held in the
Educational Building of the Pres
byterian Church on Monday even
tag with Mia* Francs McPher
?n and Miss Polly Hicks as
hostesses The president, Mrs.
Herb Sheidy presided over the
Mrs Joe Suraavage. Spiritual
Life chairman, gave the Bible
study containing the study of the
Book of Genesis. The program
topic for the month was, "Believ
ing and Behaving" and the leader
for the month was Mrs. John
Slagle. This study is a part of
the years' programs on 'The
Bible Speaks Today." Mrs. Lea
Nichols presented an article on
"American Citizenship and Loyal
ty". The following members were
present: Mrs. Ben Ray, Mrs.
L. B. Nicholas. Mrs. Harold
Young, Mrs. Herb Sheidy, Miss
Polly Hicks, Miss Prances Mc
pherson, Mrs. Joe Sursavage,
Mrs. Lee Nichols, Mrs. John
Slagle and visitors Mrs. Lenna
Barker and Miss Nell Van Gor
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S??n through Wad.
July 31-Auf. 1.2-3
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Who Is BOB GAVIN?
Robert L (Bob) Gavin
He is the man the Republican party of North Carolina
selected for its candidate for Governor in 1960 because
he is qualified to serve with distinction as chief execu
tive of the State. He was educated in Sanford public
schools and the University of North Carolina; a promi
nent and successful Lawyer, a veteran of World War II,
United States District Attorney 1954 to 1958. He dis
tinguished himself in public service by prosecuting and
convicting the Communist leader, Junius Scales. His
particular interest is in improving education for three
good reasons: Edwin, age 10, Grace, age 7, and John,
age 6. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of
Sanford, N. C.
WHAT DOES BOB GAVIN BELIEVE?
Bob Gavin stends immovable on certain
boric principle!, on* of which It financial re
sponsibility. In no com doe* the Republican
Administration In North Carolina intend to
spend more money than It con take in under its
tax structure. Tho Republican Administration
intends to explore tho possibility of tax reduc
tions for tho individual. Corporations have had
some tax relief in this state, and Bob Gavin
feels that tho tax load of tho individual should
be reduced, if pottlblo. Tho Republican Ad
ministration, both national and state, maintains
tax cuts mutt coma during times of national
prosperity. This we hove now. If rod actions
ara not made now, wo will never hove tax re
With respect to public education, Bab
Gavin stated emphatically: "I have mM severe I
timet during thlt campaign, and I believe the
firet time wat at a Board of Bducatien meeting
in Albermarle, that It would be tragic te close
the public schools In North Carolina. I will da
everything In my pawar te keep the public
schools opan so that tha children of this stata
con roceive their education at stata expanse".
With reference to Independent!, or Demo
crats for Gavin, when Robert L. Gavin is the
next Governor of North Carolina, It will be hit
purpose to make all polity-level eppointments
on the basis of merit. The policy of the Re
publican candidate for Governor It to afford all
citizens that which Republicans hove sought for
so long; namely, minority representation shell
exist on all Commissions end Agencies of this
ttate. Democrats shall NOT be excluded. In
non-policy appointment*, ho wiN retain the
qualified personnel In oil deportments.
Contribution! from any pressure group in
side, OR OUTSIDI, the state of North Caroline
will not be accepted. When elected, the Re
publican Administration will bo responsible
only to the citiunt of North Ccraline and It
will be under no obligation to any specie) In*
However, wo welcome the rapport of all
citizens, regardless of political affiliations, in
electing Robert L. Gavin 01 Governor. Wo urge
all citizens interested In "Bettor Government
with Rob Gavin" to form Independent political
organizations using such titles 01 they see fit.
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
Dal M. ft mm
Chairman Ch?rok*? Cm*(|