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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, August 04, 1960, Page 4, Image 4

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The News In Andrews Fere bee On Birthday arrangements and and punch were following ; Dariel td Baxter, Scott Free!, Danny and Mitchell Shields. Su san and Dannie Roper. Ann Combs. Giles and Eleanor Marie Enras. (Catherine Ann Wood. Rob ? Mrv BtUy Per* Methodist Men Holds 1 Tri-County Meet ANDREWS ? Forty-five mac from ail Methodist Churches ia Cherokee. Clay, and Graham counties met (or their quarterly meeting on Friday July ?. at 7 p.m. at Berkshire Picnic Grove. IV Andrews men, under the (Srectkxi of Walter Brown, presi dent. were the hosts They served a fish fry During a short business ses sion. the group decided to offer assistance to any of their churches in this area for special services. in Anne. Sara Jo and Roy Burch. Johnny Wood. Terry Wolf. Eliza beth Frazier. Joly EUis. Tiwana Best. Stevie Nichols. Sara Lynn Hogsed. Phillip White. David and Debbie Crawford. NEW STEEL FOR SALE! Steel Truck Floor Plate liploci Ratten Wooden Track Beds WM Steel Floor Plate* From Kaye't Auto Porta. SPECIAL!!! All Sizes Angle And Channel Iron Full 4 01/C Lengths ? JL^m/2 P?r ??>. Single Posts m sr-.-'lO" Pointed Block Or White Just Installed New DuPont Color Mixer We Con Match All Cor And Truck Color* In Enamel Or Lacquer. Alto Refrigerator* And Stoves. WE HAVE ON HAND 1949-1957 Ford and 1949-1953 Chevrolet Rebuilt Standard Transmissions Auto Glass Installed KAYE'S AUTO PARTS VI 7-2172 * 3 MURPHY, N. C. we'll help you plan for electrical living free! To help you enjoy the full benefits of electrical living, kitchen planning . . . house heating and air conditioning plans . . . adequate wiring plans . . . home lighting plans are yours it na cast. See us ? or call us ? for these services when needed ? they're free! FRE E WIRINGr c:RVIC?| Per more information about Hi* frM cloctrical planning atrvieM ovoiloblo from Hi* Murphy llcctric Pow?r Board, dial VE 7-2211. Murphy Electric Power Board . V. ? \lA - i. A_a '.4** .sH .A^w .. . a*i- A - . f ^-. A..' ^Round About Andrews^ Mrs Paul Boru? ?f Cantoe. Georgia ipaat laat week with her mmIi, Mr. and Mr*. H A. Dawar She and bar mother spent two days with tor aster, Mrs Raymond Harris at bar new home ia the ChiMwwet mfMtatos. Mr*. Boring and har aoo Pan) Jr will leave Aug. 13th for Glacier National Part la Mont ana to visit har daughter, Sara Alice, who has spent the past two summers there. Sara Alice has accepted a posi tion (or the coming year to teach High School English to Great Falls, Montana. Mrs. Ola Williams and aon Billy a t Calderwood. Tenn . arrived Sunday to spend a week with Mrs. Helen Waldroup and her father. Mr W. H. Hamilton They were enroute from Ruston, Louisana where they had spent the past week Miss Carolyn Lynn Hamil ton of Augusta, Ga. who is also visiting Mrs. Waldroup will ac company Mrs. Williams home and visit Mr and Mrs. W. G. Hamil ton in Caldwerwood M-'Sgt. James L. Hamilton and Sgt Vernon Jackson of Fort Gor don. Augusta. Ga. were week end. guests of Mr. W. H. Hamilton.1 Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Rogers and children. Sarah. Grant and Mat tiew of Robbinsville spent Sunday! with Mr. Roger's mother, Mrs.) Louise Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Christy and family were weekend guests of Mr. Christy's parents. Mr. and Mrs John Christy. Bob and Bill, young sons of the Christy's who had spent the past week with their grandparents, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Kfenneth Jones of Cullowhee are spending this week with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Penn Jones and Mrs. Bob Allis son. ? ? ? House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McConnell for the past week were Mrs. McConnell's sister. Mrs Nell Robinson of Gastonia. her daughter and son . in - law Mr and Mrs. Herman Wiley and children Carol. Glenn and Patri cia. While here they attended the drama Unto These Hill*. They al so visited other relatives here. Buck McConnell who is employ ed in Goldsboro visited his wife and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McConnell this week end.| Gary Collett and Jerry Hicks . were week end guests of Mr. and! Mr*. Gene Collett in Atlanta.: Georgia. Miss Pam Windom of MariettaJ Gaorgia (pent acver&l days thia| pa* wacfc wife Mr. aad Mrs. K. U. Burch aad family. Mr tod Un Keith Alliaoa of KaaavilJe. Tana. ?era week end gueata <d Mrs Bab Alliaaa David Jonaa of Cuitowhaa, alia a guest of Mrs. Allison, accompanied Item home for a rait of several days. Or and Mrs' U W. Adams and son Tom of Lexington. Va. are visiting Or Adams parents. Mr and Mrs. Zala Adams. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Feiles and children. Davie. Dick). Sherry aad Carroll of KaperviUe. 111. are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs Roland Day. Other recent guests of the Day's ware Mrs. George Murphy and Lou Prang of Grand Raptds.i Michigan. Mr. and Mrs Harold Hall and; children, Martha and Gregg oft Danville. Ky.. have returned to their home after a visit with his mother. Mrs. 0. C. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ledford and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. George Rice,' daughters. Cathy and Susan of! Metropolis. 111. are visiting Mrs ! Rice's parents Mr and Mrs. Prank1 Wllhide. Mrs. Charles Frazier and chil-i dren were weekend guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Rob inson of Canton. N C. Mr. and Mrs Charles Delaney and son Charlie are vacationing this week at Dayton ia Beach. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Pullium and son Gregg have returned from Daytona Beach where they spent one week. Pvt. Austin Conley of Fort Meade Maryland recently spent 10 days with his parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Frank Conley. Mrs. Claude Angel and Mrs. Qoenton Hill are visiting their brother. George Taylor of Hazle wood. N. C. They also plan to visit Mrs. Angel's daughter. Mrs. David Wilds and family in Swan nanoa. , Mr. Harold Walsh, who is em ployed in Petersburg. Va. spent the week end with friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Kelly West of Detroit. Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph West of Winston Salem. N. C. visited ia Andrews. Saturday Mr. Johnny WUaoo W Niagara Fall*, M Y. *ai called home this past week due to the ill mm at his tatter, Jeaa WUmb. Mr. Jm Collect of V. A. bosp. Hal at Otaan, Mr. and Mr* Udell Roger of Savannah, Ga.. Mr and Mr*. Gene collect and Ned of Atlanta. Ga , Mr and Mr*. CacU Collect and children, Martha and Edwin of Norfolk, Va. were re cent guest* of Mr*. Jew CoUett. Mr. and Mr* Bab Cooper of Sylvn were week end guests of Bob * parents. Mr. and Mr*. Glenn Cooper. His sister, Mary Cooper accompanied them home tor ai weeks visit. Johnny Gernert returned borne Friday irom Raleigh. N. C. alter spending several weeks with hi* brother. Peter Gernert. Betty and Don Stanley and their children. Donald Edwin Jr. and Betty Belinda moved to Canton, N. C. Saturday, July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Raxter and children, Ronnie, Rub and Becky moved to the former Stamy home Tuesday. Aug 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmer-i man and family moved to Mur-| phy. Monday Aug. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rote andj sons, Larry and Allen moved to Blue River, Oregon, Saturday. I July 90. Mrs. Bert Wheeler moved this past week to Elizabethton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tathatn and family have moved into tbeir newly purchased home from Mr and Mr*. Charles Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. William Carter and daughter have moved to the Hardin borne Mr. Carl Stroup and son. Bobby of St Petersburg. Fla. have moved to their hew home on .Hinaluska road. Mrs. Stroup will join them later James Marvin Andrews of New York, a former teacher of Andrews visited hi* many friends here Wed nesday He is at the present teaching in N. Y.. having just fin ished taking the leading role in (he three plays in the Summer Theatre there. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stewart, and children. Deniese. Brene. Terry, Sherry and Linda of Fort Walton Beach. Florida visited Mr. Ste wart's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stewart this past week. Mrs. Stewart is the former Miss Mil dred Hendrix of Peachtree. Mr and Mrs. W. G. Lai) and family of Aiken, S. C. are visiting Mr*. G E LaH They spent this patl week with Mr. and Mrs. Vin cent Love and Eddie in East! Bank, West Virginia MM. g. V. BITKCH Valley River Garden Club Holds Meeting ANDREWS - The Valley River Garden Club met Friday, July 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the Carnegie Library Picnic area lor a cover ed dish picnic. Mrs. Peter Hlobil presided over business session in the absence of Mrs. A1 Brown. Mrs. Daisy Seay read the minu te* and gave the treasurers re port. Plan* were made to attend the Flower show in Franklin. August 10. A White Elephant and glove sale was held during the meeting. Two books were added by the club in memory of Mrs. Earling B Hauge. sister of Mrs. Zeb Conley and Mr. J. D. Starr, fa ther of Mrs. Ruth Starr Pullium. Hostesses were Mrs. B. M Gibbs and Mrs. Loy Seay. Mr*. Sally Dewar Boring and Mrs. Lucy Laughter were guests. Hostess Group For X-Ray Unit ANDREWS ? Hostess group for unit No. 2 of the chest X-ray Kirvey are: Mrs. Charles Hug gin.., Mrs. E. U. Burch, Mrs. Al Brown. Mrs. A. B Chandler Sr. Mrs. Kenneth Ledford. Ann Lind Wooten. Mrs Luther Nicholson. Betty Sue Best. Mrs. Lynn Wood. Mis B. M. Gibbs. Mrs. Fred Mc Connell. Mrs. Lucy Laughter. Ann Pullium. Judy West. Lynn Love, Joyce Mulkey. Barbara Watry, Mrs. Luke Ellis, Haroldetic Adams. Terry Thompson and Mrs. Loy Seay. This group is iponsored by the Valley town Home Demonstration club. Clerk-' who will be working on the Unit are Martha Derreberry and Betty Ann Sherrill. 1 Andrews Lady Excells As Homemaker, Civic Worker By LUCY LAUGHTER ANDREWS - Mf* E U. Burcb little realised when she was grow ing up an a JO.OOO acre farm that one day she would be rendering a valuable community service in the little mountain town of An drews In 1*50 she married Eidaon Burch. a pharmacist student from her native county and while Eid son completed his studies Mrs. Burch taught school and became a Rod Cross safety instructor. After Mr. Burch received his degree in pharmacy he worked in. Blue Ridge. Ga and Knoxville. Tenn. before accepting a position with Davis Drug Company in An drews. > Although the Burch's had picked up five children along the way. the care of the children did not take up the energy and desire for civic work that pr evaded the spirit of this young mother. So she resumed teaching Sun day School, became President of Home Demonstration club. 19(0 General chairman of 4th July celebration. I960 chairman of East Cherokee County Heart Fund, made a habit of reading a good book every week and taught her aalf to play a Hammond Chord organ. There are so few mothers that can cope with five children and ?till have time to cook (or their huibandf. We are of the opinion that a woman who can do all that and take-on a load of civic work on the ode. deserves public mention We would with for more of that kind of courage and endurance that can cause one woman to take on the work of two women in serving her family and her com munity. Masons To Meet The district meeting of the 58th Masonic District will be August 11. starting at 4:00 o'clock p.m. at Andrews Lodge No. 529 in An drews. Ail Master Masons are urged to attend. COOL OFF! ! MONDAY NIGHT, AUG. 8. NBC-TV ESTHER WILLIAMS ?*t si CYPRESS GARDENS!!' STARRING J . ESTHER IS WILLIAMS * WITH HER WEST ST MS FERNANDO LAMA: JOEY BISHOP DICK POPE, THE AQUAMAIDS, THE AQUA ; MANIACS, CYPRESS GARDENS SKI BALLET, ! WORLD CHAMPION DIVERS, CYPRESS GARDENS i AQUABABIES. 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