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THIS CLEVER CARTOON arrived last Thursday morning in
the mail in an unmarked envelope along with a couple of other
equally clever drawings. It obviously depicts an .aerial event dur
ing the recent "Pilots Ruby Rendezvous". However, J. P. Brady,
to whom it was addressed, emphatically denies that his airplane
resembles the one in the cartoon. "Mine does NOT have a polka
dotted patch on the left wing," he explained. Some sleuthing b
y THE PRESS staff revealed that the cartoonist is Roy Phillips, a
Maconian who now lives in Greensboro.
Comings And Goings In
Miss Brenda Cunningham Staff Correspondent
Approximately 30 people from
Carsor. Chapel church attended a
supptr at Wilson Lick and Sun
day night family meeting at
Wayah Bald tower, September 28.
Charles Nolen had charge of the
program for the worship hour.
.Meeting At Sylva
Mi and Mrs. Earl Cabe and
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Sherrill at
tended the Christian Higher Edu
catior program at the Sylva Meth
odist Church Sunday, September
Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Ken
j neth Waldroop, who are building
i a home in Carson community.
Weyman Waldroop, of Marietta,
I Ga., has been recuperating from
a tonsillectomy at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Waldroop. His wife and baby
daughter, Teresa, also are here:
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Merritt and
! children, Keith and Deborah, of
i Elizabethton, Tenn., visited hei
mother, Mrs. Ed Henry, last week
Me. and Mrs. Harold Waldroop,
of Sanford, Fla., spent last week
| on vacation at their home here,
i Miss Mavis Gibson has return
In Clay County
.Mrs. Callie Lavonia Huscusson.
72, a native of this county, who
had lived in Clay County for
about 30 years, died September i
Funeral services were held the
21st at the Mission Hill Baptist
Church in Clay County, of which
she was a member, and burial
was in the Cartoogechaye Baptist
Church cemetery in this county.
Mrs. Huscusson was the wido?<
of Harley Huscusson and a daugh- 1
ed home from Angel Hospital,
where she was a patient with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reeee and
children, Stanley and Barbara
Kay. of Canton, visited relatives
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Surviving are five daughters,
Mrs. Annie Reynolds. Mrs, Rub>
Moss, Mrs. Bertha McClure. Mrs
Willa Mae li>ailey. and Mrs. Kate
Maney, all of Hayesville. Route 1;
four sons. Lester and Hoyth. of
Canton, Ohio. Halen, of Rock
port, Wash., Richard, of Cramer
ton: two brothers, George E.
Anderson, of Franklin, Route 1.
and Nonly Anderson, of Route 2;
two sisters, Mrs. Julia Williams,
of Arcadia. Calif., and Mrs. Van
Frazier, of Route 1; 31 grand
children; and four great-grand
Townsend Funeral Home, of
Murphy, was in charge of ar
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Bits And Briefs From
Cullasaja And Higdonville
Mto. Marie Jennings Staff Correspondent
The congregation of Sugar
fork Baptist Church was very
attentive last Sunday morning
during the worship hour, for the
morning's sermon was delivered
oy layman Jesse Cunningham, of
Route 4 who was Daptized by
Sugarfork's pastor, the Rev. Jar
vis Underwood, lust a few years
Last Sunday. HigdonviUe's pas
tor. the Rev. Paul Sorrells. ap
pointed a committee of three.
Mrs. Ann Berry. J. Lloyd Stamey.'
and Fred Corbin. to work out
plans for a' homecoming service
at , Higdonville Baptist Church
the fourth Sunday in October,
lne committee's plans will be
submitted to the church Sunday
for approval and will be announ
ced to the public later through
The Young People's organiza
tion, the C. A.'s of the Cullasaja
Assembly of God Church was en
tertained by the Rev. and Mrs.
Conrad Barrett at the parsonage
last Friday night. About 40 young
people were present. The group
played volley ball ? and tossed
horseshoes and just had a good
time. Mrs. Barrett served refresh
A group of the C.A.'s and Mr.
Barrett will attend a fellowship
meeting in Asheville Friday (to
morrow! night. Mr. Barrett is
sectional C. A. president in West
ern North Carolina's C. A. organi
It is reported that the Cullasaja
Assembly of Ood Church had an
average Sunday School attend
ance in August of 113 and the
average attendance in September
was approximately 120.
Clubs to Meet
Higdonville Community organi
zation will hold its monthly meet
ing tonight (Thursday) at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dude Berry
at 7:30. Everyone in the commun
Cullasaja Community Develop
ment Organization will meet at
i the school next Tuesday night, i
I October 7, at 7:30. A Halloween
j masquerade party will be held.
The working on the school play- i
ground set for last Saturday was '
postponed until this coming Sat
urday. This is your chance, folks,
to help make Cullasaja's play
ground an all-weather playground.
Come on out early Saturday
Has Bingo Party
Bingo! The party was fun Sat
urday night and proceeds amount
! ed to $29. which the eighth grade
1 class at Cullasaja School will use
to finance a trip to the Cherokee
Club to Meet
Cullasaja Home Demonstration
Club will meet Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. 'A. C. Moore
for its October meeting. Mr?.
Florence Sherrill will be in charge
of the demonstration. The theme
will be "Home Beautification".
"I always wondered why people
j tore away gay wrappings so care
lessly ? that is. until Saturday
1 night.'' remarked Mrs. W. W
Berry to this correspondent. She
was referring to \the surprise
housewaiming given to her and
Mr. Berry last Saturday night at
their home in Higdonville com
munity by the home demonstra
tion club women and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Berry have just re
modeled their house, which is the
former home of Mr. Berry's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Berry.
The honorees received many
Club gives Shower
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Corbin
were honored with a miscellan
eous shower at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sammy Bryson Monday
The women of the Higdonville
Home Demonstration Club were
hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin
received many gifts. Mrs. Corbin
is the former Miss Josephine Dal
ton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Dalton. of the <Jowee com
Mr. and Mrs Wiley Clark. Mrs.
Logan Clark, and Miss Patricia
Bryson went to Westminster, S. C..
Sunday to take Miss Rosie Will
iarr.s to the home of her brother.
Hi! iam \\ illiams. Miss Williams
has spent the last several months
with Mrs. Logan Clark.
Mr. and Mrs Oscar Adam.s of
Spray. Oregon, are visiting Mr.
Adams' niece, Mrs. Louin Young,
and Mr Yo(ing in the Higdon
ville community. *
Mrs. Leona Sadler had as her
guest last week Mrs. Zada B
Morgan, of Clearwater. Fla
Mrs. Bertie Suttle and sons
Clark and Danny, visited friends
1 and relatives in Marion over thi
Mr and Mrs. Marvin McDowell
and sons returned to Pontiac
Saturday, after spending their
vacation here with Mr. McDow
ell's mother. Mrs. Frank McDow
ell. and other relatives.
Blair Price brought Alex Hig
don home from Baptist Hospital
I in Winston-Salem last Saturday
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. Price and Mrs. Higdon. who
have been staying at the hospital
with Mr. Higdon since his recent
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Thompson
and family visited his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson,
at Cashiers Sunday."
j C. T Bryson went to Winston
Salem Monday on a business trip.
Spending the week end with
j Mr. and Mrs Ed Crisp, were Mr.
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"Aunt" Sallle Moore. Of Patton
'community. Is spending the week
with her daughter. Mrs. Dude
Berry, and Mr Berry in Hlgdon
Mrs. Alan Dunn, who has just
returned Irom a six weeks' visit
with her children in Trenton.
N. J., spent from Saturday until
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mrs. Eva Keener has returned
home from Atlanta, where she
Mr? B no ??do n"**
Recent guest* M Mr. aad Mr*.
Paul Sear were Hn. tall
mother. Mr*. Purl Jnhn?i. and
Mrs. Sear's tlster and broUMr-ta
law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vsta.
all of Aahevllle.
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of calcium and magnealum con
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