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Ms* Margaret Jaw Stalcup,
daMtater of Mr and Mrs A. B
BUlrop it visiting relative* at
Mr and Mrs J. S Bellamy
?td daughter a I Charlotte spent
the week-end with Mrs. Bellamy's
ny* *)??r and grandmother, Mrs.
Ruth Cheney and Mrs. Bessie De
Stv. Fannie Deweeae who has
bee* stationed in I anddiihl, Ger
many arrived Friday to *pe?i
twenty davs with her mother,
Mrs Bessie Deweeae. From here
she will go to Fort Ritchie, Md
where she will be stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Dell and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ledford en
tertained Mr. Cloe Hyatt with a
surprise birthday celebration at
bis home last Thursday evening.
Mrs. Grace Mynatt and sons of
Knoxville, Tenn. spent the week
end with Mrs. Mynatt's mother
and brother, Mrs. Ed Barnett and
Mr. Jack Barnett.
Mrs. W. C. Penland of Canton,
Mrs. Beulah Hoffman of Ashe
ville, and Mrs. E. K. Slagle of
Andrews were guests last Tuesday
of Mr and Mrs. T. A. Case
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas
of Akron. Ohio are visiting rela
tives in this area
Miss Martine Mattox who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. R.
C. Mattox for the past two weeks
returned Sunday to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Asbury of
Greensboro arrived Monday for a
visit with Mr. Asbury 's mother,
Mrs. F. L. Asbury .
Mrs. Clarence Butler of Games-'
ville, Ga. spent the week-end with
her daughter, Mrs. Hobait Mc-j
Keever, Mr. McKeever and chil-'
Miss Virginia Fowier of Enkal
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fow-j
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Oaom re
turned home Sunday from Jef
ferson, Ga. where they have been
visiting Mrs. Odom's sister, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. McMllHin.
Miss Kenny Jane Davis and
brother, Samuel have returned
heme after a months visit with
their grandparents. Mr and Mrs.
David Day of Winston-Salem.
While visiting their grandparents,
they visited Manteo, Nags Head
and attended the Lost Colony.
StfT"and Mrs. Kenneth Davis
spent last Friday in AsheviUe
where they met their children,
Kenny Jane and Samuel who had
been visiting in Winston- Salem.
Mrs. Hobson Hughes of Medina.!
Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Glenn Bates is attending
the Musical Festival which is be
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MURPHY. N. C.
iog held at Lake Junahiska (fait.
Miu Kay UavidaoD returned
home Sunday from a months visit
with bar aunt, Mr*. L. R Varaer
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Whitley and
daughters, Lynn and Ann have
returned from a visit with rela
tives and friends at Clayton, N.C.
Mr Arnold Dalrymple attend
ed a Wildlife District meeting held
in Waynesville on last Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Case were
dinner guests of Mrs. E. K. Slagle
' of Andrews on last Monday
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Hall
land children. Bud, Nancy and
Unday of Candler, N. C. spent
the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. O'Dell and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Vera Boring and
children, and Norman and Thom
as Boring of McDonald. Tenn.
were guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Mart Boring.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beasiey of
Bennetts ville. S. C. were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs Jerue
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. White]
and daughter. Cheryl spent Sun
day in Atlanta, as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. James Hurst and Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Yancey.
Miss Blanche Sawyer is spend
ing tins week visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Kiffin Craven and
children left today 'Thursday*
for Grenada, Miss, where they
will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Poss:
and children of West Hollywood,
Fia., are visiting Mrs. Poss' sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Piem
rnons and son, Larry.
Mrs. Cyrus White had returned
home after spending several
weeks with her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
White of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Bessie Savage of Atlanta,
Ga. is visiting her brother, Mr.l
P. A. Mauney and Mr. and Mrs.:
C. W. Radcliff and family.
Gus and Mike Hinton spent lasti
week visiting their sister and bro-j
ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.|
Wiggins, Jr. of Atlanta.
Miss Vena Robertson and Miss
Ruthie Hughes have returned
from a ten days visit with friends
and relatives in Centre, Ala.
Mrs. Kenneth Farmer and son
of Ashevilie are visiting their
aunts, Sliss Kate and Miss Leila
Hayes of Tomotla.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chastain
and daughters. Pat and Faye oi
Augusta. Ga. spent last week-end
with Mrs. Chastain's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Hobert Hughes
Miss Thelma Wheeler left Tues
day for Sylva where she will at
tend the Log Cabin Association
wood working shop.
Sergeant anl Mrs. Gerald Sial
cup and children of Albany, Ga.
recently visited their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Staicup and Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. King.
Mrs Herman Edwards and chil
dren spent several days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Ed
wards of Bryson City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall and
children, Garey and Vicki have
returned from a visit with Mr.
Hall's mother, Mrs. M. I. Hall
and other relatives and friends
of Akron, Ohio.
Mrs. William H. Davis of|
Gainesville, Ga. is visiting Mrs.,
F. L. Asbury and Mrs. J H. Wil-j
. son Sr.
Mrs. JJonakl Carter and son,
Don Jr. spent the past two weeks
risiting in Salisbury with her par
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his vacation with a trip to Wttb-j
ingtoo, D. C. and Rhode Island.
Mrs. Carter's sister. Mrs. J. H
Hill and son Bobby returned with
them to spend the week
Bill Hughes, student at West-|
em Carolina College, Cullowbec
spent the week-end here with rela
Guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs.
Breece Breeland were: Dr. and]
Mrs. Hugh Cole. Candler; Dr.
and Mrs. Fred Ogden, Waynes
ville: Dr. and Mrs. Tom Huff.
Franklin and Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Bird of Sylva.
Mr and Mrs. Douglas Hamblin
and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bagby
and sods, Ronnie and Mike of
Birmingham, Ala. were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Min
or. The Minor's returned with
them to spend a week.
Bobby Minor entertained with
a cook-out for his cousins and
members of his Scout den were
Mrs. B. J. Fish and son, Wil-j
liam are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Wayne Mansfield of Tuscal
loosa, Ala. Mr. Fish left Sunday
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mansfield and to return home
with Mi's. Fish and sou.
Mrs. Jimmy Connar of Vaklos
ta, Ga. was the guest of Mrs.
Bessie Deweese Sunday and fam
Ey. Mrs. Connar will be reme
bered as the former Miss Char-|
lotte Abernathy of Copperhill,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Palmer]
and granddaughter, Caryl Ann
McClure of Shamrock, Tex., were
guests last Tuesday of Mr. Palm
er's aunt, Mrs. Dixie Palmer.
Mrs. June Woodruff of Gaines
ville, Ga. and Mrs. Charles Lowe
of Orlando, Fla., spent last Wed
nesday and Thursday as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Mc-J
Mr. Wayne Gentry ot Greens- i
bobo spent the week-end with Mr. i
and Mrs. H. G. Elkins. He was ]
accompanied home 6unday by his
wife and children who have been
visiting Mrs. Gentry's parents, f
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Elkins forj,
the past month. | s
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Owen return- ,
ed from a visit with relatives in (
Pine Bluff. Ark. 1
Master Dan Colvard of Chatta-i
nooga, spent several days last!'
week visiting his grandparents,
I Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sneed.
Mr. H. G. Elkins who has been
a patient at Emory Hospital re
turned home Friday, his many
friends will be glad to learn.
Mr. Troy Jones of Gastonia has
been visiting his father, Mr. G.
A. Jones of Marble.
Little Miss Celest Cormor of '
Nashville. Ga. is the guest this
week of Miss Mary D. Cheney. '
Phil Mattox, Jimm. Uibbs and
Doug Burgess left last Thursday
for a ten days visit to Davtona
Mr. and Mrs. Pat McSwain of
Junaluska and Mrs. Peyton Mc
Swain of Shelby were guests Sun
day of Mr and Mrs. Hollaed Mc
Mrs. Birdie Hyde and daughter
and granddaughter of Copperhill,
Tenn. were guests Sunday of Mrs.
Bessie Deweese and family.
Mrs. and Mrs. Cecil Sims of:
Rutherfordton were weefc - end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ned
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Benton and
children of Atlanta. Ga., were
week-end guests of Mr. Benton's1
sister. Mrs. C. E. Hyde. Mr Hyde'
j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kilgore
.attended the funeral of Major A.j
A. Case at Carrolton, Ga. Sunday.
i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hyde and1
I daughter, Rosalie and Peggy,
Mrs Joe Ray and Becky Joe.
I spent Tuesday in Atlanta.
I Mrs. Sam L. Davidson is visit
ing her daughter and son-in-law,
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Mr. and Mrs. Jean Quinn of
Rt. 4, Murphy announce the birth
>f a daughter, Debra Jean, Jul;
H at Providence Hospital. Mrs.
Quinn is the former Miss Jean
Mr. and Mrs. David Hog an of
16 Cullowhee St., AAeville, an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Cina Marie, July 24 at Providence
Hospital. Mrs. Hogan is the for
mer Miss Mary Helen McAfee.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnson of Rt.
). Murphy, announce the birth
>t' a son, Sidney, July 23, at
Providence Hospital. Mrs. John
ion is the former Miss Joann
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davenport
>f Hayes vi lie Rt. 2, announce the
>irth of a son, Kenny Dean, July
2 at Murphy General Hospital. I
to. Davenport is the former |i
Hiss Desman Odessa Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beavers
>f Rt. 2, Murphy announce the i
>irth of a daughter, Carol June,
luly 27 at Murphy General Hosp
tal. Mrs. Beavers is the former
diss Ella Fave Chastain.
Mrs. and Mrs. Julius Young
if Murphy Rt. 3, announce the
>irth of a daughter, July 24 at
tfurpby General Hospital. Mrs. ]
L'oung Is the former Anna Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wayne Mans
ield of Tuscallosa, Ala, an
lounce the birth of a 7 lb. 10 oz.
ion. at Druid City Hospital, July
!6. Mrs. Mansfield is the for
Tier Miss Nancy Fish of Murphy,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Goforth of
rhomasviHe, N. C., announce the
birth of a son. July 29. Mrs. Go
forth is the former Miss Frances
Davidson of Murphy.
Among The Sick
Among the Sick in Andrews? Std
Dismissals from July 25 to
Mrs. Rachel Owenby
Mrs. Gene Gibby
Mrs. James Hedden
Mrs. Glenson Hardin
Bruce Birch Held
Miss Sue Cook
Mrs. Rilla Jones
Mrs. Vincent Colverd
Mrs. Arnold Nichols
Mrs. Uoyd Miltsaps
Mrs. John Riddle
Mrs. June Stewart
Mrs James Elzey
Mr. Harley McHen
Mrs. Nina Palmer
Mtis Sue Coffey
Mrs. Cas Gunter
Mrs. Alice Wilson
ALMOND, N. C.
Mrs. John Grant
Mrs. Frank Neal
Census Aug. 1st.:
Mrs. Pearlie Mathescn
Mrs. Trudy Hedden
Mrs Julie Hardin
Mrs Dave Stewart
Mrs. Charlie Garland
Mrs. Warren Owenby
YOUNG HARRIS, GA.
Mrs. Shirley Miliar
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Goforth at]
Little Miss Cathy and Bobby
Dunn of Athens, Ga. are visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Lovingood this week.
Before August 9, 1960
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William P. Walk*
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Sir. and Ha D. H. Andrew* of
Culberson announce Ike engage
meet of their daughter. Mis* Mar.
tha Sue Anderson, to Krarfdin
Kiipatrick, ion of Mr. and Mrs.
Window Kiipatrick of Cupper hill,
The bride - elect i* the sister
of Mrs. Billy Venter of Chat
tanooga, and Dewey Anderson,
Jr. o T Culberson. She is a grad
uate of Murphy High School and
it presently employed by The
lb* prospective groom is the
brother ?f & J. Kllpatrtrfc. and
la a graduate of Hiwaaaee Dam
Ugh School. Be is employed
by The Teaneuee Copper Com
?any. CopoerhilL Tennessee
The wedding will be an event
of August ?, vm, at the Harris
< Ch<4*4 Church of God at ?:00 p.m.
I Friends of the couple are invited
Words of Life
kv R. A. POTTER, PASTOR
M?rptay, N. C.
FOm FUNDAMENTAL NEEDS:
Forgiveness of our sins, and a
forward-looking attitude are, we
have seen in this Word o f Life
series for the month of July, are
two fundamental needs of men.
For a surety, a dead-shot cer
tainly, another of the necessities
of man is faith.
It has ever been so. And the
swift turn of events in our chao
tic world heap up eviednce that
if we are going to get anywhere
in this business of living we must
have faith. In delivering the
famed Beecher lectures on
preaching some years ago James
H. Robinson, Negro minister de
clared, "Men are disturbed about
the present and discouraged
about the future as they have
never been before."
Hie kind of faith by which
men of old gained God's approv
al, as the writer of the Epistle
to the Hebrews says: the kind
through which we find life, and
save our souls. Belief of this kind
Is of course based upon facts,
but a belief that extends beyond
receiving with mind. It is in
tellectual acceptance of the
truth of God and His love re
vealed in a Crucified and Risen
Lord. But over and above that,
faith is reliance upon God and
His care through everything;
committment to Him and His
purposes, linked with love for
God and His Son.
In the needs we have thus far
considered ? for forgiveness and
a forward view? faith is demand
ed. Faith is essential for exper
iencing forgiveness, and tor a!
continuation of its blessing. "And
you ... he has now reconciled
in his body of flesh by his death,"
writes Paul to the Colossians, "in
order to present you holy and
blameless and irresproachable
before him, provided that you
continue in the faith, stable and
steadfast." (RSVl And there
must be fith in one's forward
view, faith in the coming of the
Kingdom. "Verily, verily, I say
unto you, he that believeth on
me, the works that I do. shall
he do also''; the Master declared,
"and greater works than these
shall he do; because I go unto
How magnificent the panorama
of the achievements by faith!
Christian history is a constant
further unveiling in the manner
of the picture presented in the
eleventh chapter of Hebrews
with its heroes of faith. People
who belived in God and His pur
poses: and in reliance and com
mitment lived out that faith. As
the crippled woman whom Stan
ley Jones tells, "the little sister"
in China. A cripple herself for life,
she erected a pond, where people
at one time had tossed unwanted
broken-limbed children, a home
for cripples. "Her faith had its
feet on the ground," says Dr.
Jones, "but sometimes faith
walked so fast that those feet
seemed to leave the earth." ,
Or like that of Mrs. Frances
Choate. whose husband with eight
other coast guardsmen, was 21
days on the stormy Atlantic in
the Zaida. a 58-foot yawl of the
United States navy. The little
boat trode out two hurricancci
and as many as ten gales. Sev
eral times the wanderers were
sighted: and twice because tin
rescuing ships could no* get in
with boats close enough to lift
the men off, the boat was piullcc!
by Iwo-lines. But both times the
two-lines snapped, and left th
Zaida aeain charging madh
through the seas. Food was low
likewise fresh water. They ha:
two Bibles whifh. as the day
wore on, according to Margare'
Runbeck Hi The Great Answer
were read more and more. Fin
ally the blimps sighted the little
boat: and on Christmas Eve the
imen were brought into port. A"
Uiwerina the' question why th<
[Kaw chose to conduit stirh i ->
lerrtless search for a relative]'
imfrnoortant craft Mrs. Choat<
explained it was because prave
Cs the greatest driving force 1<
world. "Faith is an irreslsM
ble power bringing command
bom the Ruler of the unirera
wliich men. perhaps unknowing
what the do, must obey."
'* Faith is Imperative also in oui
dealings with one another. It i.
men cease trusting eacl
>r, perhaps primarily becansi
of faith in God, that cor
among nations become
with peril. It is llkewisi
the bounds of our coun
Faith In God would brini
faith In men. and. at least
of concord. Jesu
was always urging thi
>n the people of His day
ANDREWS ? Pinkney Orr, a I
former Andrews boy, has been i
in the winners' circle three .
times in the stock car races at (
Fort Myers, Fla. He placed sec- j
ond in a feature race, won three j
times in Naples, Fla., and placed , ,
second in St. Petersburg. j ,
Pinkney bought his first car at j j
Faith that will keep us on the J
road, though blistering hot; that ,
will send us into the night, ,
though all be darkness. A believ
ing that plunges on, because ol ]
our conviction about things we ,
cannot see. Positive, active, ag- |
gressive faith. Like the little sis- i
ter in China had with her home j
for cripples. Or as the mission
ary, Adoniram Judson. when in- j
quired of as to the prospects in i
Burma. They didn't seem so ]
good right then, humanly speak- :
ing. His answer: "As bright as
the promises of God." i
A faith that will take us through
these days when many are ques
tioning the whole worth of hu
man living, as they see the na
tions gird themselves for the very
war they dread. Doing our bit,
for our friends and our town;
the nation and the world; the
Church of Christ and the King
dom of God. Marching on; if for
nothing else, because He march
es. Active faith.
And yet faith of the reverse
side also. A faith like that of
Habakkuk that must wait quietly
in the day of trouble. To be;
chained and see the flames whip
ping ever closer, unable to do
anything. The kind of believing
that knows we have no time to
lose, but, nevertheless that all
the time there is belongs to God.
Even though we come into the
deep waters, and they continue
to rise, a faith like Job that can
say, I'll believe Him despite all
this contrary evidence. "Though
He slay me, yet will I trust in
If only we believe in these days i
we can gain God's approval, find i
our life, save our souls!
eternal life": "Whatever you
pray and ask for, believe that
you shall receive it, and you
It isn't always easy to have;
but our Lord showed how reason
able it was because of the good
ness of the Heavenly Father. His
love. His car, we can count on!
Jesus likewise made evident the
availabiity of faith by His own
life. It is well to look at our
Saviour not only as the object
of our faith but also as the One
who, through His utter believing,
can create a like belief within
us. His own faith thrugh it all
did not waver, held firm. The
sneering judgment of taunting
enemies as He was hanging upon
His cross was: "He trusteth in
God." And so He did, always
sure that there would be some
meaning from it all, that His
Fattier was working out His
death like His, at the heart of
things He still had His sure re
source: ' "I am not alone," He
said, "because th" Father is with
?pm aqj -sasodind jCjqgrai
when men, having been made
well, forgot their Healer, when
those teachings which bad ebbed
up so intensely out of the depth
of His soul were derided, when
with all His explaining they all
seemed blind to the meaning of a
'purjsjaptm oj pan*} uasoqo
ilmo sth pus 'ABiViB poujnj sepmp
His faith in men invites us also.
He kept on believing that they
would come to understand and
would at last respond. That at
the heart of everyone was the
heroic that could be touched by
His brave, loving, redemptive
j spirit, and so made to come alive.
I Even through many might not
measure up to what was needed,
a few would; and those few would
be enough with whom to entrust
His Kingdom. That He could
make the venture, and we would
come, even with all our earthly
minded leanings, to believe in
His Heavenly design, would
choose, despite our deep-rooted
selfnishness, to love Him as our
hearts' deepest desire. And it has
been that way. Over and over
again not only His faith in God
but also in men has been vali
dated. It's hard to have faith at
times, to keep on trusting. But
Jesus Christ did, and He can
help us so to do.
The source of our faith. He is,
of course, ever the object of our
believing. Reliance on Him? His
perfect life, His atoning death,
His resurrection power? we have
no other. "Christ crucified, to
those who are called, the power
of God, and the wisdom of God."
"Other refuge have I none.
Hangs my helpless soul on
Thee." "All my trust on Thee is
stayed. All my help from Thee
Faith that we catch from Christ
and that we place in Him? deep
is our need of such for our time.
BURCH MEETS NIXON
J. Doyle Burch of Murphy met Republican Presi
dential nominee Richard M. Nixon last week during a
workshop session at the Republican National Conven
tion. The workshop was attended by the North Caro
' Andrews Native Winner Of
I Florida Stock Car Races
ie age o t 14 while (till living
a Andrews. He later moved to
Fort Meyers and was particularly
interested in auto mechanics in
he industrial arts department of
fort Meyers High School where
ie graduated. He worked in a
service station while in school
and kept "plenty" of cars on
land to work on. After comple
ion of school, he became a me
chanic and he now owns and op
erates Orr Automotive Supply
where he built his stock car.
After finishing his stock car,
tie started racing on the tracks
at Fort Meyers and Naples trying
to enlarge his experience. Since
then he has tried in larger com
>etition at St. Petersburg, Fla.
Pinkney is married to the
former Miss Charlotte Fernster
maker of Fort Meyers, and they
have a 10 months old son, Joseph
Pinkney is the son of Mrs. Jane
Cover Orr, and the grandson of
Mrs. Giles Cover. They are vis
iting in Andrews this week.
ANDREWS ? Mrs. Unda Luns
ford Sutton was honored with a
Stork shower, Friday July 29 at
7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Aus
tin White with Mrs. Otis Green
wood serving as co-bostess.
A floral arrangement of glad
iolus decorated the room. A color
scheme of green arid white was
carried out in the refreshments.
Attending were Mrs. Bill Wil
son, mother of the honor ee, Mrs.
Wflla Beck, Mrs. Glenn Love,
Mrs. Lucy Laughter. Mrs. Christ
ine Roberts, Mrs. Wayne Mathe
son. Lois Ann Gibby, Elaine
Luther and Mrs. John Piercy of
EIGHT different jockeys have
ridden Victoria Park, the Cana
dian - owned bay colt who was
third in the Kentucky Derby.
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