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News and Advertisements
Pauline Hicks, Editor Phone 35- W
ANDREWS? The V. F. W. Post
No. 7999 held its first meeting of
1948 at the Town Hall on Friday,
January 12, at 7:30 P. M. The pur
pose of this meeting was to make
plans for reorganizing and to ap
[ point a committee for soliciting old
i and new members. Members at
.large are Dr. Charles Van-Gorder,
I Fred Mashburn and Tom Walker. ;
. Milton Mashburn is commander. I
The next meeting will be the
. first Thursday in February.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wheeler and
Miss Polly Hicks spent last Sun- 1
day afternoon in Murphy.
Andrews, North Carolina
Saturday, January I 7
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Is Winner Of $50
In Essay Contest
ANDREWS ? Carolyn Smith,
Andrews high school senior, has
just been notified that she is the
winner of a $50 cash prize in the
nation-wide essay contest on
"What America Means to Me".
One of the five first prizes of
$1,200 was won by Hugh Huston
of Hocky Mount, senior in the
high school there.
Miss Smith was a recent nation
al winner in the 4-H clothing con
test in which she received a $200
scholarship and an all-expense
free trip to Chicago, and enter
tainment for one week.
Mrs. Glenn Is
ANDREWS? Circle No. 2 of the
W. M. U. of Andrews Baptist
church met at the home of Mrs.
W. G. McKeldrey on Thursday
afternoon, January 8.
Mrs. Purd Tatham led in the
devotionals. Plans for the year
were made and the following of
ficers elected: Chairman, Mrs.
Myrtle Glenn; Co-Chairman, Mrs
Harve Mulkey; Sec-Treas., Mrs. W.
G. McKeldrey; Program Commit
tee, Mrs. Elmer Childers, Mrs. D.
R. Oates: community missions,
Mrs. H. M. Whitaker, chairman,
Mrs. Amos Harris, Mrs. Ruth Cath
During the social hour refresh
ments were served to nine mem
William and Floyd Teas, sons ot
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Teas, have
resumed their studies at the Bay
lor School for Boys at Chattanoo
ga. after spending the holidays
with their parents.
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Phone 25 Andrews, N.
Know Our Teacher
By BOYD ROBINSON
ANDREWS:? Mrs. Azalea Mc
Clung Carringer is teacher of one
of our three seventh grade sec
tions. Mr. and Mrs. Carringer and
family moved from Robbinsville
to their new home* in the Andrews
community several years ago.
Prior to coming to Andrews Mrs.
Carringer taught in the Robbins
ville school for seven years. This
is Mrs. Carringer's first year in
Andrews elementary school.
Mrs. Carringer received her
education at Western Carolina
Teachers College at Cullowhee.
Mrs. Almond To
Head Circle One
ANDREWS? Circle No. 1 of the
W. M. U. of the Baptist Church
met at the home of Mrs. Earl Ogg
on Thursday, January 8, at 3. The
president presided and Mrs. Earl
Ogg led in the devotionals.
Plans for the year were made
and the following officers were
elected: Circle chairman, Mrs. C.
T. Almond; program chairman.
Mrs. Earl Ogg; sec.-treas., Mrs.
Ben Grant; Comm. Mission chair
men, Mrs. Frank Wilhide. Mrs. i
1 W. A. Hyde.
Attending the meeting were:
Mrs. Ben Grant, Mrs. Frank Wil
hide, Mrs. W. A. Hyde, Mrs. Fred
Williams, Mrs. Jep Bradley and
K. W.l.ls (juest
ANDREWS ? The Business Wo
man's circle of Andrews Baptist
church met with Miss Meredith
Whitaker on Thursday evening of
last week at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Ada
Mae Pruette and Mrs. Helen Du
pree were associate hostesses. Mrs.
Galusha Pullium was in charge of
the program and the topic was
"Sixty Years in Royal Service".
Those on the program were.
Mrs. Galusha Pullium. "A Year of
Mrs. Glenn McGuire; "Fascinating
Firsts", Mrs. Hazel Abernathy;
"For Sixty Years", Mrs. Earl Ogg;
"In Commemoration", Miss Mere
dith Whitaker; "Service Royal".
Mrs. Galushd Pullium. 1
During the social hour the hos
tesses served refreshments to:
Mrs. Glenn McGuire, Mrs. Elmer
Childers, Mrs. Hazel Olson, Miss
Bertha McGuire, Mrs. Hazel Aber
nathy, Mrs. Earl Ogg, Miss Daisy
Battle, Mrs. Jack Long. Mrs. Quay
Herbert. Miss Elizabeth Kilpatrick,
Mrs. Minnie Tatham, Miss Fannie
McGuire, Mrs. Carrie Womack,
Mrs. Mabel Rayburn. Mrs. Mellie
Stewart, Mrs. Louise Terry, Mrs.
Vernon McGuire, Miss Eloise Bar
nett, Mrs. Alvin Buchanan, Mrs.
Paul Rickett, Miss Lucille Barnett,
Mrs. Richard Conley, Mrs. Galusha
Pullium. Mrs. G. L. Butler, Mrs.
Harold Hall and Mrs. Norma
Gene Palmer And
United In Marriage
ANDREWS ? Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Tatham of Andrews have
announced the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Annie Ruth Tat
ham, to Gene Palmer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Palmer of An
drews. The marriage took place on
December 30, at Blairsville, Ga.,
with G. A. Jones, N. P., perform
ing the ceremony. They were ac
companied by Charles ("Punk")
Mrs. Palmer is a student in An
drews high school. Mr. Palmer is
attending Campbell College at
The couple plan to continue
their school work.
ANDREWS? Mr. and Mrs. Char- j
les Delaney announce the birth of
a son. Charles Jr., on January 10,
at Ft. Sanders Hospital, Knox
ville, Tenn. Mrs. Delaney is the
former Miss Mary Grant, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Grant.
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Capt. F. W. Swan returned
from Chicago, 111., where he made
a business trip the past week.
Mrs. L. B. Nichols has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
Villa Rica, Ga. Her father, W. B.
Candler of Villa Rica, and her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. T. I. Underwood of Macon,
Ga., returned with her for a visit
of several days.
Miss Polly Hicks was the guest
of Mrs. Ruby Hill in Murphy ,
Thursday night of last week.
The Baptist Hour
SUNDAY MORNING AT 8:30
O'CLOCK, JANUARY 18, 1948
Dr. Kyle M. Yates
Man to God"
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Andrews Takes Two
Hard Games Tuesday
ANDREWS ? Two basketball j
teams came here Tuesday p. m., I
representatives of seven-toacher
Otter Creek school in Macon i
county and showed the local boys
and girls' teams some plain and
fancy basketball. The two Andrews ;
teams won the games by the very
skin of their teeth, or, stated dif- 1
ferently, the girls won by 31-30, j
while the best the boys could do ;
was a score of 21-20.
The girls' game was a nip-and
tuck game throughout. The locals !
were never more than four points
ahead and that for only a brief
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Whitaker
pnd daughter, Anna, of Bryson
City, spent last Sunday here with
Mr. Whitaker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Whitaker. Anna re
mained to spend this week with
ANDREWS ? Lt. and Mrs. A1
Swan announce the birth of a 5
lb. lOoz. daughter on January 9,
at Duke Hospital, Durham. N. C.
Mrs. Swan is the former Miss Jane
Davis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
H. E. Davis.
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moment. Most of the way they led
by only a margin of one or two
The boys were outclassed by
the girls, and they held the lead
by the scantiest of margins all the
way until the last two minutes of
play when Otter Creek went ahead
by three points. Then two quictc
and surprise field goals left the
locals one point ahead and left
Otter Creek the loser of two heart
Referees were Ogg and Higdon.
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BIG REDUCTION SALE
Beginning January 20
Through February 2
Men's $3.50 OVERALLS Sale Price $2.98
1 Lot Men's DRESS PANTS ? $6.95 Sale Price $4.98
1 Lot Men's WORK PANTS ? $2.98 Sale Price $2.29
1 Lot Men's MACKINAW JACKETS ? $8.98 Sale Price $6.98
1 Let Men's MACKINAW JACKETS ? $6.95 Sale Price $5.49
1 Lot Men's WOOL SWEATERS ? $8 95 Sa'e Price $6.98
1 Lot Men's WOOL SWEATERS ? $6.95 Sale Price $4.98
1 Lot Men's WOOLRICH SHIRTS ? $6.95 Sale Price $5.95
1 Lot Men's FLANNEL SHIRTS ? $3.98 Sale Price $2.79
VVe Have a Few Men's SUITS and TOP COATS at a Big Reduction
1 Lot Men's WORK SHOES $3.98 and $2.98
Boys' LEATHER JACKETS ? $12.95 Sale Price $9.98
Boys' WOOL JACKETS ? $5.95 Sale Price $4.95
Boys' SWEATERS ? $3.98 Sale Price $2.98
Boys' SWEATERS ? $2.98 Sale Price $2.29
Boys' SPORT SHIRTS ? $2.75 Sale Price $2.29
LADIES' COATS and SUITS
LADIES' COATS ? $26.95 Sale Price $19 95
LADIES' COATS ? $29.95 Sale Price $21.95
LADIES' COATS ? $24.95 Sale Price $17.95
LADIES' COATS ? $19.95 Safe Price $13.95
LADIES' SUITS ? $29.95 Sah Price $21.95
LADiES' SUITS $24.95 Sale Price $17.95
LADIES' SUITS $22.95 Sale Price $17.95
LADIES' SUITS ? $17.95 Sale Price $12,95
LADIES' SUITS ? $15.95 Sale Price $13.95
Ladies' WOOL SWEATERS ? $5 95 Sale Price $4.95
Ladies' WOOL SWEATERS ? $4.95 Sale Price $3.95
L? dies' SLACK SUITS ? $9.98 Sale Price $6.98
Ladies' SLACK SUITS ? $5.95 Sale Price $4.95
LADIES' DRESSES ? $16 95 Sale Price $13.98
LADIES' DRESSES ? $12.95 Sale Price $9.98
LADIES' DRESSES ? $10.95 Sale Price $7.98
LADIES' DRESSES ? $9.95 Sale Price $6.98
LADIES' DRESSES ? $6.98 Sale Price $4.98
LADIES' DRESSES ? $5.95 Sale Price $3.98
LADIES' KNIT SLIPS ? $2.00 Sale Price $1.49
CHLIDREN'S SNOW SUITS ? $7.50 Sale Price $4.98
We Have a Lot of Merchandise in this Sale at a Reduction
Andrews, North Carolina