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An old fashioned singing school
will begin at Oak Grove Baptist
Church Monday at 7:30 p.m., con
ducted by "Pa" Johnson of WWIT.
Sessions will be held Monday
through Friday for a two weeks
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jimison and
children spent the weekend with
Mrs Jimison's parents, at Murphy.
Their son, Mike remained for a
longer visit with his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kennedy have
returned to Winston-Salem and
Norton. Va., after spending a few
days with her mother, Mrs. T. G.
Murray and family.
Miss Neely Ford returned to
Barium Springs Wednesday after
spending two weeks with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cobh and
daughters, Bonnie, Joan. Dianne,
and Margaret, of Vestal, N. Y..
arrived Friday night to visit Mrs.
Cobb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Williamson, and other relatives
here. Mrs. Cobb is the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Rol?'rt Hipps
[ entertained a group of friends at
the Park Saturday evening, honor
ling their daughter. Jane on her,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Muench of !
Bainbridge, Ga., who are spend
ing so.ne time with Mr. and Mrs.
Jarrett Williamson at ML Pisgah,
visited friends in the community
during the week. They were house
guests of Mrs. T. G. Murray and
Mrs. Garrett Jimison and Child
ren left Saturday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Beasley, and rela
tives, in Altoona, Ala.
. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Head and son.
Jimmy of Washington State, have
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Nath
an Wilson and family, and other
relatives in this section. They left
for home Tuesday, accompanied
by Earl Martin Wilson, who will
spend the remainder of the sum
mer there. Enroute home they plan
to stop at Moristown, Tenn., to
visit Mrs. Jack Tabor and family.
Mrs. E. E. Stockton visited her
sister at Boone last week.
The WSCS of Rockwood Church
held the regular meeting Thurs
day at the home of Mrs, George
The August meeting will be at
High Waters Force
To Jonathan Creek
By MRS. MILLARD FERGUSON
Due to high, muddy water In the
Crabtree Creek, the nine baptismal
candidates of the Crabtree Bap
tist Church were taken to Jona
than Creek for Immersion last Sun
day. The rite was performed by
the pastor, the Rev. Gay Cham
Vacation Bible School will begin
at Crabtree Methodist Church on
Monday. July 23. Mrs. Hugh Nol
| and will be dean of the school.
The last charge-wide board meet
ing for the conference year will be
I held Monday at 8 p.m. at the Crab
tree Methodist Church.
The charge nominating commit
tee will meet the same evening at
7 p.m. Committee members are
Millard Ferguson. Mrs. Hugh Nol
and. J. R. Caldwell. Mrs. V. R.
Davis, Mrs. Woodrow Plemmons.
Mrs. Robert Cockrell, Jim Best and
Mrs. Matt Davis.
Mrs. A. R. Davis and two sons
spent the weekend in Hayesvtlle
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kirkpatrick
were hosts recently to a weekend
house party when Mrs. Kirkpat
rick's brother whom she had not
?seen in 22 years came to visit here.
Guests were the brother, George
Clark, San Jose, Calif.; Mrs. Fan
nie Burr Townsend, Decatur, Ga.;
Mrs. Annie Mae Duncan and Mrs.
Hugh Miller. Asheville, sisters of
Mrs. Kirkpatrick; and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Adeline Crane, Chester,
C. T. Ferguson had one side of
his store building front demolish
ed Saturday night about 11:30
when a fast-driven car failed to
make the turn to the Iron Duff
bridge and made the store front
instead. No one w'as hurt. Three
young men were in the car. The
store front was more damaged than
Mr. and Mrs. H. H- Holt spent
last Tuesday in Fletcher visiting
Mr. Holt's sister. Judge G. W. Gan
non, and her friends, Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Parker of Wrightsville, Ga.,
therapy patients at Mountain Sana
Robert Hawkins has returned to
his home from Mission hospital.
Mrs. Dora Snyder is a patient in
the Haywood County Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud James had as
recent guests Mrs. James* uncle
and aunt. Air. and Mrs. Henry
Saunders of Clifton. S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Webb and
their sons Stephen and Allen of
Atlanta, Ga., were weekend guests
of Mr. Webb's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ballard Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ledford
and their children and Willard
Holder of Hopewell, Va., are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Mc
Cracken and other relatives.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mil
lard Ferguson last week were the
Rev. and Mrs. A. Frank Phipps and
their sons Lewis and Roy of Char
lotte and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bab
er of York, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Palmer, Torn
mie and Ann, of Asheville were
Sunday guests of Mr. Palmer's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Holt were Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Nacy and their daughter,*Miss
Muriel Nacy. and two grandchil
dren, of Bloomington, 111.
The Rev. and Mrs. Barefoot of
Marshall are guests this week of
the Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haney
spent several days' vacation last
week at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Safford re
turned Monday from Petersburg,
Va., where they spent the weekend
with their son, Ted Safford, and
the home of Mrs. Hhinehart.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Williamson
and daughter, Sylvia, left Tues
day after spending several days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
M- Williamson. They have been
residing in California, but expect
to move to Albuquerque, N. M?
where Mr. Williamson has accept
ed a teaching position.
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many are. These should always be
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