North Carolina Newspapers

    C B. Walls Dies
In Hospital Here
Charlie Burrell Walls, S7, died at
S a. m. Sunday, July 10 in a Mur
phy hospital.
*>"uneral services were held Mon
day at 4 p. m. in Valley River Bap
tist Church The Rev. Jim Truett
officiated and burial was in the
church cemetery.
He was the son of the late r'ate
and Roxana Conley Walls. He mov
ed to Andrews from Georgia 16
years ago. He was an ordained
minister and was a member of the
Taylor Chapel Baptist Church of
Georgia.
Surviving are three brothers, Will
and John of Decatur, Ga., and J. j
D. of Andrews. ! 1
Ivie Funeral Home was in
charge.
Broiler Placements
Take Slight Drop
During the week ended July 2.
broiler placements in centralwest
em North Carolina hit 1,497.000 ?
a decline of approximately one
percent from the 1,512,000 chicks
placed a week earlier, according
to the North Carolina Broiler Re
port.
Placements for the entire state
totaled 1,546.000 compared Arith
1,550,000 a week earlier.
Hatcheries in the state ? in
cluding eastern areas ? set
2,368,000 eggs for broilers. For
the same period, broiler chicks
hatched totaled 1,767,000.
Broiler producers received an
average of 25 cents per pound fori
broilers marketed at central North
Carolina markets during the week
ended July 2. the report said.
I
That price is iwo cents below
I
MOVED
| To New Location
In Brendle Feed & Egg Co. Building
Farmers Federation
* Murphy. N C.
SPECIAL
25 Per Cent Discount On
TIRE RECAPPING
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SIZES PRICES |
600-16 7.95 I
640-15 7.95
650-15 9.10
650-16 9.15 i
670-15 8.95 1
700-15 10.95
1 700-16 11.10
710-15 9.95
760-15 10.95
800-15 11.50
This Discount Includes ALL Sizes of Auto
and T ruck Tires.
ONE DAY SERVICE
GRAVES TIRE CO.
Phone SftO Murphy, N. C.
Vacation Travel
Safety Tips Told
RALEIGH? Now's the tiir. ? when
vacationing North Carolinians
take to the wheel. And as vaca
tion travel booms, traffic acci
dents also boom
This disconcerting fact was
{pointed out this week by Highway
j Patrol Major David T. Lambert as
i he stressed the need for careful
and courteous driving during the
'vacation months. Major Lambert
spoke on behalf of the Governor's
Traffic Safety Council's vacation
j driving program which extends
throi^h Labor Day. Theme of the
campaign is Slow Down and Live.
"Traffic accidents start a sharp
upward climb in July." the patrol
executive said, "and they continue
to rise throughout August, marring
the happy vacation months with
grief and destruction."
Major Lambert said that it is
entirely unnecessary for the in
crease in motor travel to result in
a corresponding increase in traffic
deaths In his. opinion, motorists
could cut the traffic accident toll
greatly if they would plan their
trips carefully, then drive cour
teously and intelligently when
they're o nthe road.
Ho listed the following six rules,
as "MUSTS" for a safe motor
trip:
1. Plan your trip so that you
have plenty of time to reach your
destination and return. without
speeding or driving when fatigued.
2. Learn driving regulations of
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Members who want to take part
in the tournament should qualify
before July 25. A few of the Mur
phy members who have been hitt
ing that ball right these past few
weeks should enter. Of course,
that leaves BOB BAULT out en
tirely.
Even I can beat him.
NEW PREACHER
The Rev. ROBERT A. POTTER,
new pastor for the Murphy Pres
byterian Church, came in last
week to subscribe to the Scout and
[ was right glad to meet him.
You know he's a newspaperman
turned preacher. He's the first
newspaperman I've met that went
THAT way: I know plenty that lose
their religion, but only this one that
got more.
the average price for the previous
week and compares with 25 cents
per pound average price received
during the same week in 1954.
Engine Wear Reduced 40% T
with Trop-Artic Motor Oil
(THE DIFFERENCE IN WEI8HT IS A DIFFERENCE IN WEAR!)
In an i
to 2500 imNm of Mvfafr
piston rings Intuitu ltd with
?nflnwy oil lost woight.
In ? Martial W
piston ringi Isfcricrtad wMi
Phillips M Trap-Artie 01
<mty i
' rt all.
ITS PEKFOBMVNTK THAT (01 NTS!
The difference in piston ring wear illustrated above proves an
important point a boat the performance of motor oils:
Mom engine wear occurs when yos first start your car or
under stop-and-go driving conditions with an engine that hasn't
warmed up. It takes a very special kind of oil to flow quickly and
pcocact your motor when you start, and then to protect moving
parts from sludge and. vacoish after the engine heats ap. TROP
AftTIC All- Weather Motor Oil gives you this dtmilt protection.
Compared to older types o ( oils, it can even dm mkU engine life.
Ia a motor *1 it's performance that counts. And TROP-AKTIC
gives tmptr performance! You'll get easier starting . . . save
gaaoline . . . and you can save 1 1% to 49% on oil consumption.
Get TROP-ARTIC from your Phillips 66 Dealer.
mum nraouiM company
ALLISON & DUNCAN OIL Co., Distributor.
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the states you expect to travel |
th rough o before you start on your|
trip.
3. If you drive, don't drink; If
you drink, don't drive.
4. Watch for and heed ail road
signs and speed limits.
i
5. Have your car (and trailer
if you are going to use one) com
pletely safety checked so that you
are sure everything is in first cia^s
condition mechanically.
6. Load your car carefully so
that luggage and equipment do not
interefere with vision, will not
QUEEN REUNION
The Queen family reunion wilt be
held at the home of Rans Queen on
Sunday, August 14.
All members of the family are
invited to come and bring a picnic
lunch.
shift dangerously in an emergency
"And", said Major Lambert.
"Here are a couple of slogans to
keep in mind every minute you're
on the raod: 'Make Courtesy Tour
Code of the Road' and 'Slow Down
and Live!' "
| COME BACK LITTLE BEAVER.
[ The beaver ,oncc mercilessly
| hunted to near-extinction, is mak
' ing a comeback, says the National
i Geographic Society. Lustrous beav
er fur lured men into the remote
copiers of America. Trappers, ex
rich lands for farmers and miners. j
ploring distant wilderness, opened
Dealers in pelts amassed fortunes
One acre of good legume pasture
is enough for 20 growing pigs self
fed from weaning to market.
BIO WIND
A year-round crew of weather
men live on the highest point of the
northeastern United States, New
Hampshire's 6.28ft? foot Mount
Washington, says the National
Geographic Society. The weather
men reported the greatest gust of
wind ever measured on earth, 231
miles an hour, in April, 1934.
For safety, never clean, adjust
or oil harvesting machinery with
out stopping it.
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NOW!
Get our rf leadership deal " during our
SUMMER
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Right now you can get a
wonderful deal on a new '55 FORD I
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This promises to be die most successful tale* year in Ford History.
So were celebrating in advanoe by offering Leadephip Deals that
will stra up even further die leadership pace at wHch Fords have
been sdbng all year long.
The fact is, we want to help make this a still bigger year than
"54*. i . when more people bought Ford Can than any other
make! There's never been a finer time than right now to get a
money-saving deal for a new Ford. Let as prove this far making
you an offer on your present oar. Well make it so easy ror yon to
own a new Ford that we believe youH agree now is the tana to
start enjoying the fine car of its Bald . . . the TJ5 FORTH
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