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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, March 02, 1961, Page 5, Image 5

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graham cointy Miss Martha Glllaapla Phona GR 9-3470 Robblnavllla, N. C. JERRY HICE ? ? ? BEULAH SHOPE MOOEAL WALSH jerry nice.Beuiah Shop Receive Player Awards.Coach Walsh Honored Robtainsvllle -TheRobUns ville High School Blue Devils brought Its basketball season to a close last Tuesday night, February 21, when the Robblnsvllle boys were elimi nated by the Murphy Bulldogs and Robbtasvllle girls were eliminated byHayesvllle. With the end of these two games, a young lady and young man, long to be remembered by sports fans of Robbinsvllle, brought (heir basketball careers to end with a glorious finish. Miss Beulah M. Shope ,18, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Shope of Robbins vllle. When fans forget Beu Bible Questions And Answers By Bob Rigdon Q. I heard it preached lately that man is saved by blood only. Yet before the. sermon was over the preacher said you had to repent to be saved. This con fuses me for I don't see why you have to do anything if the Bible says vou are saved by the Blood of Jesus and by the Blood only? A. I don't blame you for being confused. The above and other things preached that are like unto it ar? the reascns most people are confused. First ? The Bible teaches that the blood does save us ? Eph. 1: 7. But the Bible nowhere teaches that we are saved by the Blood only. When anyone adds the word "only" to this he has add ed to the Bible ? Rev. 22:18-19. Second ? We are not saved by any one thing alone. Belcw is a list of several things the Bible says saves us. Believers in the Bible will not deny any of them or add the words "only" or "alone" to any of them. God, Christ. Holy Ghost. Grace. M J r cy. Love. Blood, Hope, Faith. Confession. Baptism. Repent ance, Being Faithful. True Wor ship. Pure Thinking. I' u r e Speech. Pure D?eds. Loving Neighbor, and man v other things. Services at Andrews each Monday night. Call Mrs. Cora Watklns for place of meedng. Services at Hayesvllle on Sunday 2:30; Tuesday 7:30. Send Religious Questions to Bob Rlgdon, Box 101, Sylva, North Carolina. Listen to "Gospel J)f Christ", WKRK, 8:30 - 9-00 Sunday morning. fOt THE SMOOTHEST I RIDE YOUVf EVR HAD. LET US thus... BALANCI n4 TRACTIONIZB YOUR TIMS WIT* CMM KHttWAT STOP TIRI THUMP' IINGTHIN T I RF lift1 STOP COS II Y WIIR JO FRONT IND PARTS and TIRfS INfRlASl DRIVING (OMTORT and SAMTV and * only coth $ 1.95 GRAVES TIRE . Comm"T VE 7-2111 Aadrvwf Rd. Murphy, N?. lah's name, they will still recall Number 44 who mas tered the lntlcated techniques which make a star, and her Impassable ability. Beulah played with theRob Mnsvllle High School varsity squad the four years she; was in high school, making first team her sophdVnore, Junior, and senior years. During her junior year, Beulah was named to the All Conference team of the West em Division of the Smoky Mountain Conference. She also received the honor of being named the Most Outstanding Player of the Western Divi sion. This her senior y?ar, she was again named to the All Conference Team of the West ern Division. She was also chosen this year for theNorth Carolina All-Star Team id meet in Raleigh in April. In her sophomore year. Beulah averaged 30 points a game; her Junior year, 33 points a game; and her senior year, 31 points a game. Beulah was the first girl id score SO points in one game In regular play in the Smoky Mountain Conference. In doing Deaths, Funerals Compliments Of IVIE MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOC. Peyton G. Ivle ? Funeral Director Murphy, N. C. PATRICIA FOSTER Patricia Ann Foster, six year -old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Foster of At lanta. died in an Atlanta hospital Friday afternoon from burns suffered when her clothing was setflre two weeks ago. In addition to the parents, surviving are two half sisters, Miss Opal Hicks and Mrs. Mary Kendall of Adanta: the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dlllard Allen of Pressley, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Galther Foster of Hia wassee, Ga. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the House Of Deliverance Church in Hia wassee. The Rev. Creed Bryant of ficiated, and burial was in Osborne Cemetery. Townson Funeral Home of Murphy was in charge of the arrangements. * ****** MRS. CARRIE JOHNSTON Mrs. Carrie Anderson Johnston, 84, of 21 Brevard Rd? Asheville, died at 9 p. m. Wednesday, February 22, in an Asheville hospital after a long illness. A lifelong resident of Clay County, she was a widow of Robert Johnston. Mrs. John ston was a member of Hayes - ville Methodist Church. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. H. A. McGlamery of West Asheville with whom she had been making her home for the past few months, Mrs. M. E. Starnes of Raleigh, Mrs. C. W, Bowan of Rossville, Ga., Mrs. H. T. Coggin of Athens, Ga., and Mrs. A. K. Roberts of Douglas, Ga.: 12 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. Services were held at 3 p. m. Friday in Hayesville Methodist Church. The Rev. Billy Fox and the Rev. Claud Young officiated, and burial was in the church cemetery. Hayesville Order of Eastern Star conducted graveside rites. Active pallbearers were: James, Harold and Early An derson Jr., Lloyd Hunter, Ed die McGlamery and Bob Anderson Jr. Honorary pallbearers were: Wilbur Mingus, SllveyandLee Penland, Glyne and Bob Tiger Jr., Fred Allison, Jim Evans, Frank Bumgarner, Wiley Mc Glamery, Earl Standridge, Frank Herbert, Heart and Morris Scroggs, Mark Wea ver. Luther Matheson, Otto Waldroup, Fred Palmer, Wal ter Moore, Tom Gray. Ralph Beal, George Thompson and Members of the Carrie John ston Circle of the Church. Ivte Funeral Home of Hayes- , ville was in charge of arrange ments. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our deep est thanks and appreciation to our many friends for the acts of kindness, messages of sym pathy and beautiful flowers during our recent bereave ment In the loss of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Leonard West and Family MRS. DORA WATSON Andrews - Mrs. Dora Mary Watson, 73. of Andrews died early Tuesday morning, Febr uary 20, in a local hospital. A native of Cherokee County, she was a member of the Second Church here. Surviving are four daugh ters, Mrs. Georgie J. Crutch field of Baltimore, Md? Mrs. Cleo M. Pitts and Mrs. Blllie B. Crutchfield of Morrow, Ohio, and Mrs. Bessie Mae Crutchfield of La Follett, Tenn.; one son, Earl L.Brad ley of Sydney, Ohio; and one brother, George Truett of Andrews. Services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday in SecondBap tist Church. The Rev.JimTruettofficia ted, and burial was in Valley town Cemetery. I vie Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. MRS. BROWN Mrs. Modenia Brown, 89, died Tuesday morning, Feb. 21, at Che home of a daughter, Mrs. Hope Spivey, in Mable ton, Ga., after an extended illness. A native of Macon County, she moved to Gum Log com munity near Murphy at an early age. She was first mar ried to Vance Caler and after his death was married to the late Milas Brown. In addition to Mrs. Spivey, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Prudence Hall of Clearmont, Ga.: four sons, Paul Caler of Brasstown, Claude Caler of Cortez, Col., Vance Caler of Newark, Del.: and Connie Brown of Warne, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services were held at I p.m. Thursday in Many Forks Bap tist Church. The Rev. Henry Brown and the Rev. Sim Martin officiated, and burial was in the church cemetery. Townson Funeral Home was in charge. MISS GLADYS MOORE Miss Gladys Irene Moore, 17, of Bessemer City died at her home Tuesday afternoon, February 21. She had lived in Murphy before moving to Bes semer City. Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olen E. Moore; two sisters, Mrs. Wayne West and Miss Wllma Moore of Bes semer City: five brothers. Jack, of Murphy, Bobby, with the U. S. Army In France, Richard, Eugene, and Ken neth of Bessemer City. Services were held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday InllpperPeach tree Baptist Church. The Rev. Andy Cloer and the Rev. Thomas Truett of ficiated and buriaK was in Peachtree cemetery. Pallbearers were: Harold and Carl Yonce, Howard, Roy and Harold Moore, and Junior Hamby. Townson Funeral Home waa in charge of arrangements. ? ????? To eternity Itself there I* no other handle than the pre sent moment. - BlaisePascal Personal Mention Mr. Karl Radford's mother, Mrs. Floyd J Sham?f Natural Brtdfa. Va.. Vlritdd la Roh MasvUle during the paat -R Mr. tad Mrs. Ralph Rey nolds from Natural Bridge. Va.. visited Mr. Reynold' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds. Mrs. Robert Rey nolds haa Just returned from die hospital In Andrews. -R Mrs. Alice WUkle of Hick ory, N. C? Is visiting her son sad daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edison WllUe. -R The Rev. and Mrs. Edward G. Aldand returned to Rob Unsvllle Monday, February 27, from Columbia, S. C, : ? "ia. It is NOW and in THIS WORLD that we must live. - Andre Glde Wsshealwo broke Hie recoro Ml.. i * h" ?unt, D,vis' who " ? vll?. P y#r of R"bbin? <* 'ST 18' ,J *e son rf HaliJ mrS" Pe*rlle H,? ? Robbinsville. No one rea tWs '?ndy-halred w, . 0ut on court iu? sophomore year, that he *" ? futur? Most Outstanding ?i*Tr<rftheSm?ky MomnS Conference. Yet. during his ^? yeI*rs f ?rst te,m varsity player. Jerry has pro ?Wlity on the basketball court. He averaged scoring 23 points per game during his senior year. A number ap propriate In Itself, Jerry Hlce number 23, will be remernbe?.' ed long after he has graduated Saturday night. February' 25. Jerry culminated his car reer by being named to the All -Conference team of the imoky Mountain Conference; ?nd, most Important, he was presented with a trophy after being named the Most Out of the West ern Division. Each year, fans have viewed the awarding of these trophies ? the Robbinsville players *'$ mu^ Prtde. This year. ?UH another honor was be "P?n Robbinsville Athletic (earns. Coach Modeal Walsh was 5*med the Most Outstanding Coach in the Western Division of the Smoky Mountain Con ference and was presented ??a trophy Saturday night. February 25. in Franklin at _ lcene ?f the playoffs be n cistern division and western division. . 'n ,9?7> Coach Walsh was *e assistant football coach hLtortSn8VUIe '"d ** head coach- From 1958 ^ J Present. he has been head football and basketball coach at Robbinsville As the Robbinsville teams were presented with the Sportsmanship trophy last ye?r, the girls team was pre sented with the trophy for the conference championship dur ing regular season with a Il-I record; Miss Kaye Stone BeUlah Sh?Pe were named to the girls' All Conference team; and Mr. Dee McMonigle was named to the evervon^" ~Conference team? everyone realized that Coach Walsh was a champion builder hin^fi *8*in fans of Rob" express their ad miraUon to Coach Walsh as he has produced an outstand ing football team and two outstanding basketball teams Wild Auto Chase Ends In Damage To 2 Cars, Truck Robbinsville - A wild but brief chase ended abruptly Sunday evening when the dri - ver of one of the vehicles hit a parked car and truck, damaging all three vehicles. The driver and two passeng ers were arrested. Patrolman W. R. Boyles gave this account of the chase: Boyles saw someone driv ing a 1959 Ford recklessly ^through town, and he turned his patrol car to give chase. The other car sped down the highway for a distance amounting to some five city blocks. "Hie driver apparent ly lost control of the car, which struck a parked pick up truck and sedan on the' left side of the road. The car and truck, owned by James Robert Tippett, were park ed in front of the Tippett home. The truck was a total loss, Boyles said. Boyles reported that he ar rested the driver of the of fending car, Jerry Howard Nelms, 21, of Route 1, Robbins ville, and charged him with driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. Boyles also arrested two passengers in the car, whom he identified as Ray Moody, 32, of Robbinsville, and Ed win Holder 20, also of Rob binsville. They were charged with public durnkenness. A hearing was set for Mon day moraln(, February 27, before a justice of the peace In Robbinsville. Card Of Thanks We wish m express our sin cere appreciation for Hi* many acts of kindness and sympathy shown us during tha illness and daath of oar falter, Ira Butt. Cecil Butt aad Marf aret Ellis \ . Agoyah Members Collect $70.90 nomnsvuie - On bjna?. afternoon. February 26, eight women, representing [be Agayah Civic Club canvassed Robin njville for contributions for (he 1961 Heart Orlve. They were: Mrs. Louise Lee. Mrs. Blanche Ghormley, Mrs. Judy Gillespie, Mrs. Betsy Sartin, _ Mr*. Marx are t Warn, Mrs. Helen Radford. Mrs. Ruby Nail George. ? and Mra. Olaci WUaon. The total collected was re ported to be $70.90. Mra. J. Smith Howell la the chairman o < the Heart Fund Drive. Graham Births RobtansviHe - ThePirrette Clinic tmioiacef che follow in* binkK Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Andrew*. a ton, weighing 7 lb. and 9 oz? on February 14. Born B Mr. andMrt.Krfl Whi taker, a daughter, tng 8 lb. and t oz. on F?l uary It. 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