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^Round About Andrews ?
Mrs. Hugh Pbilkpi and child
en of Gastooia visited Mr. and
in W. H. Stover this week cod.
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Covey and
iuldren. Dean and Nancy of
iahetta, Ga., and Mn. A. K
.emming of Rome, Ga spent
a si week with Mr. and Mrs. W
Miss Toni Martin is visiting
ler Uncle and Aunt. Mr. and
Irs. Gerald Raxter in Fontana,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jordan and
hildren are vacationing in Jack
Mrs. W. D. Neal of Aquone.
raoved to Andrews Friday. She
?ill live in her new trailer parked
it the home of her sisters, Mrs.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy
ones July 8 in Plattsmouth. Ne
braska. a son, weight 7 lb., 4 oz.
"he mother is the former Miss
T-Sgt. Paul Day left Monday
fter a visit with his parents Mr.
nd Mrs. Fred Day and other
Paul has recently completed a
dree weeks mission in Hawaii. He
as stationed at the Hickam Air
T-Sgt. and Mrs. William Hayes
nd children, Mike. David and
ilarilyn of Langley Air Force
lase, Hampton. Va. are spending
week with relatives. They visit
ed Mr. Hayes, parents. Mr. and
Mrs. a J. Hayes of Wrens. Ga.
this past week. Miss Mary Hope
Day and Ronnie Stover, niece and
nephew of Mrs. Hayes will ac
rompaoy them home far a visit
if several weeks.
Mr. Steve Battle oi Salina. Okla
wma and his too and da ughler -
n-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bat
Je of Denver, Colorado left Mon
lay after a visit with Mrs. Bruce
Sattle. Miss Laura Battle, Mrs.
Jay Seay and other relatives.
Mrs. John Atwell and son John
?y are visiting Mrs. Atwell's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buchan
m and other relatives.
Miss Melba Wyke will return
o her work in Miami. Florida,
luly 17 after a two weeks vaca
ion with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford Wyke and other
-elatives. Melba is a member of
he staff at the Wesley Founda
ion at the University of Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams
ind sons, of Atlanta. Ga. are
risiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wil
iams and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Williams and family.
Mrs. Frances Barger of Ashe
ille returned to her home Sat
irday after a visit with her
tunt, Mrs. Laura Mashburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Russell and
ihildren, Debra, Steve and Regi
la and Mrs. Russell's sister. Faye
"ochran have returned from a
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MURPHY, N. C.
weeks visit In Jacksonville. St
Augustine and Fernandina Beach,
Mrs Hattie Hardin of Gastonia
spent this past week with her
daughter. Mrs. Homer Wilson and
family, lira. Hardin'* too, A-1C
Glenn Morris Hardin and his wife
and son will arrive in September
from Alvino. Italy. They plan a
visit of several wieks, with rela
tives and friends in Andrews.
Mr. George Handura and daugh
ters, Lynne and Elaine, of Clear
water, Fla are spending several
days at their summer home here.
Week end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Rose were. Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Rose and son. Randy,
of Long View, Washington. Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Nelms, Brenda.
Beverley. Betty and Randal of
Robbinsville and Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Posted, and daughter,
Vickie of Topton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McCartney,
Frenda and Chucky of Home
stead, Florida are spending a
months vacation in Andrews.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Piercy and
children, Jerry, Michael, Tommy
and Anita of Newton. Massachu
1 setts are visiting relatives in An
drews and Nantahala.
Mrs. Roy Williams and grand
daughter, Debbie Crawford, left
Saturday for Niagara Falls, N.Y.
to visit her daughter and son-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Stover
and family. Before returning they
plan, to visit in Buffalo and sev
eral places of interest in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Cooper, of
Orlando. Fla. Mr. Kyle Cooper
of Birmingham. Ala., Mr. ana
Mrs. Howard Watkins and daugh
ters, of California, Md., Mrs.
Macie Wilt of Bolair W. Va? Mrs.
Burdell Pace and Mrs. Lucy Ault
of Struthers. Ohio spent several
days in Andrews this past week
due to the death of their father,
Mr. R. A. Cooper.
Mrs. Vernon Reynolds and
children and Miss Bertha Ellis of
Gastonia are spending several
j weeks with their father. Mr. Wal
ter Ellis. Mrs. Reynolds is the
former Miss Ruth Ellis of An
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morgan of
ayesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mar
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lor Bradshaw o I Shooting Creek
visited their sister Mrs L i.
Cathy oo Saturday, They also
visited their father, V. A. Mor
gan who is a patient in District
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Palmer and
children have been visiting Mrs
Palmer s sister. Mrs Felix Brady
in Niagara Pall. N. Y.
Mrs. Annie Ensley and son
Billy have returned from Gas
tooia where they visited Mrs.
Ensley s twin sister Fannie and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raxter and
daughter, Jackie, have returned
from a vacation in Mississippi
and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Walter Jr. Broun of the Mer
chant Marines is spending a
month with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. William Neel, and
grandchildren. Cindy and Ricky,
visited their daughter and son
in-law Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Curry in Raleigh for several days
this past week. Dr. Curry is at
tending the University of N. C.
Mrs. Mary Coffey, mother of
Cindy and Ricky, will arrive
Thursday and the children will
return with her to their home in
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Miss Mary Jane Wyke. Billy
and Meiba Wyke spent Wednesday
Mrs. Gerald Mathis, and
daughter Teresa, Mrs. Grady Pul
lium and son, Robert are spend
ing a week with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Knapp and son Douglas,
in Riverton New Jersey.
Ronnie Crisp visited Roy Con
ley at W. C. T. C. Thursday
Miss Carolyn White is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dageling of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Franklin
have as their guests. Mr Giles
Franklin and Jack of Canton.
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thomas
son Jr. and family, of Waverly,
Term. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hawkins and family of Knoxville.
Mrs. Inez Erickson of Balti
more. Md. is visiting her mother,
Mrs. J. R. Ddton and sister,
Mrs. Clarence White. Another sis
ler, Mrs. Edna Guthrie, and sons.'
Rush and Rank, of OiirUowi.
Tenn. will arrive Sunday and
will ?cconpuT lira. Erictaoo la
Mrs. William Franklin, who 1*
attending Barber School in Win
ston-Salem, spent the week ead
with hii parents. Mr. and lira
Mr*. R L Cabe has as her
house guests this week, Mrs. Edna
Cur ley and Mrs. Silas Nichols of
Waynesville. Mrs. Nichols is the
sister of the lateR. L.Cabe.
sister of the late R. L. Cabe.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of
Fort Ritchie. Florida spent the
week end with Miss Mary Jane
Wyke and Mrs. Kate Shope.
A County Craft Leaders Work
shop was held Friday at 1:30
p.m. at the Power Board Build
ing in Murphy.
The demonstration was given by
Mrs. A. B. Chandler Sr. on the
basic principals of flower ar
rangements Each leader made an
arrangement, which was judged
by the group.
Those attending from Andrews
were Mrs. Luther Nicholson, Mrs.
John Whisenhunt. Mrs. B. M.
Gibbs. Mrs. A. B. Chandler Sr.
and Mrs. Peter Hlobil.
Mr. an Mrs. Lathan Wright,
an children, Sharon. Barry and
Tim of Dallas. N. C. spent the
past week with Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Hooper and Kevin. The
Wright's are former neighbors of
A-2c Lamar Ledford left Fri
day night for Patrick Air Force
Base in Florida after spending a
week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Ledford. He plans to
return in October on leave before
going on overseas duty in Novem
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hooper and j
Kevin spent Thursday in Frank
lin as guests of the Elmo Rogers's I
Tommy Cooper of Bryson City
spent several days this past week
with his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory Jr.,
Diane and Tommy III of Glasgow,
Va. recently spent a week with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Gregory. Other brothers and
sisters who visited them were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gregory and|
TERRY THOMPSON, MISS JULY 4TH
Fourth Of July
ANDREWS-Mrs. E. U. Burch,
general chairman, and other 4th
July committeemen are to be
commended on their outstanding
work for July 4th celebration.
Andrews celebrated the Fourth
with a Kiddie parade, main pa
rade. street dancing and sporting
In the Kiddie parade there were
46 entrants. First prize went to
Terry Truett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawin Truett, and Johnny
Lynn Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn Wood. The two boys were
dressed as fishermen. Second
prize went to the sons o( Mr. and
Mrs. Dump White who dressed
as clowns. Their names. Barer
Dene, Irin Gene, and Phillip.
Third prize went to Suzanne Fere
bee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Ferebee. She was dresaed
as a bunny rabbit.
Highlights of the parade were
floats from Civic organizations of
Andrews. Color Guard from the
American Legion led the parade.
Floats were sponsored by the Ro
tary Club. Cub Scouts. July 4tb
Queen, and her court by Koone
heeta Club, Citizens Bank and
Trust Co.. 11m Jack Mintz family.
Little League teams, Herman's
Trailer Sales, Methodist Youth
Fellowship. Valley River Garden
Club tnd Jack Herbert and son
Youth Fellowship, second. Rotary
The parade was climaxed with
the crowning of Miss Terry
Thompson as Miss 4th July, by
Mayor Percy B. Ferebee. The
queen's court consisted of Judy
West, Anita Luther, Carolyn Wyke
and Dottie Jordan.
The evening was highlighted by
a street dance. Country Moun
tain Boys of Robbinsville provid
ed the music for the event.
Judges decisions were as follows:
Best girl dancer, Catherine Sur
savage. Best boy dancer, Kent
Laugher. Best couple, Sarah
Rowland and Butch Love. Sec
ond. Mattie Angel and Harold
Walsh. Third, Debbie Crawford
and Lynn Mashbum.
ANDREWS ? The four circles
the W.M S, of the First Baptist
met at the Carnegie LJ
family. Mr and Mrs. Howard I
Gregory, Keith and two (rait, I
grand children Mr. and Mrs I
Ray Gregory, Nancy and Randy
of Bryson Quy, Mrs Kenneth
Morgan and children and John I
Gregory and hit daughter Sandra, i
who ia spending the summer with
her father and grand parents.
Mrs. Robert L. Wilson and chil- ]
dren. Barbara. Linda and Robbie ,
of Murphy are visiting Mrs. Carrie
Mrs. Judd Whiiaker of Gastonia,
N C. and her saon and daughter- 1
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Willard Whi- '
taker el Powatan. Va., mttad
Erieoda and relatives to Aadrm
Tha Church Council meeting of
Km St Andre in Lutheran Chi*ch
met at tha home at Lyna Wood
Monday evening July II.
Mn Herman Brauer and Mrs.
Prank Swan attaaded the feym
City Chapter Eastern Star meet
ing. Monday night. Tha Worthy
Grand Matron and Worthy Grand
Patron of the State were praaent
also the District Grand Matron
ud Grand Marshall.
P?f < ? TK? ClwwkM Scout, Thursday, July 14, 1X0
The Dishonor Roll b j Jerry Harem
Speed caused more than 900,000 highway cas
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Report Of Condition Of
Citizens Bank & Trust Company
of Andrews. HayeivlUe. Mnrphv and Robblnsvtlle, in the
State of North Carolina at the dote of biilmi on June IS, 19W
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection $1,517,231.28
2. United States Government obligations, direct and
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions . . 806,371.46
4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 153,104.16
5. Corporate stocks 'including None stock of
Federal Reserve Banki 100.00
6. Loans and discounts i including None overdrafts) 3.236,923.86
7. Bank premises owned $117,969.30, furniture and
fixtures $24,896.43 142,865.73
iBank premises owned are subject to None liens
not assumed by bank)
8. Real estate owned other than bank premises . 9,626.31
9. Investments and other assets indirectly repre
senting bank premises or other real estate . ? None
10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances
11. Other assets 134,734.68
12. TOTAL ASSETS $9,314,751.58
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations $4, 817,798.00
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings I 174,578.77
Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 418.506.3S
Deposits of banks None
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) S4 ,328.03
TOTAL DEPOSITS $8,646,382.89
Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities
for borrowed money None
Mortgages or other liens. None on bank premises
and None on other real estate None
Acceptances executed by or for account of this
bank and outstanding None
Other liabilities 175.429.96
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES *8,821,792.85
25. Capital* * 200.000.00
26. Surplus 200.000.00
27. Undivided profits 92,958.73
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred
29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 89,314, 751.58
?This bank'* capital consists of:
First preferred stock with total par value
of None, total retirable value None.
Second preferred stock with total par value
of None, total retirable value None.
Capital notes and debentures of None.
Common stock with total par value
Total deposits to the credit of the State of
North Carolina or any official
thereof ?60, 470.48.
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
and other purposes $1,031,109.21
(a) Loans as shown above are after deductions
of reserves of 223.400.24
<b) Securities as shown above are after deduc
tion of reserves of 1,270.33
I. Mildred B. Ray. Cashier, of the above-named bank, do
solemnly SWEAR that the above statement is true, and that it
fully aad correctly represents the true state of the several matters
herein contained and set forth, to the beat of my knowledge and
Correct? Attest i
MILDRED B. RAY,
W. D. WHITSHU,
J. 8. HOWELL.
S. S. MILLEOY,
State of North Carotins. County el Cherokee, as:
Sworn to aad subscribed before me this ?h day ef July. IMP,
I hereby certify that I a* art as officer or director of this