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ROBERT PUTNAM
Funeral services were held Sat
urday afternoon in the Aliens
Creek Baptist church for Rchort
Marion Putnam, 65. of the Aliens
Creek section of Haywood Coun
ty, who died Thursday in aH Ashe
ville hospital after a long lliness.
The Rev. Thomas Erwm and the
Rev. K Allen officiated and inter
ment was in the Buchanan Ceme
tery. Pallbearers were Fred Fanner,
Bill Ferguson, Luther Ciilliland.
Lowe Allen. Willard liiownint: and
Millard Mills.
Mr. Putnam was a native of
Mitchell county but had resided
most of his life in Haywood counts
Surviving are the widow. Mrs
Maggie Green Putnam; hive suns,
frank. Clyde. Charlie and Lloyd of
Waynesville. Route 1, and Noah
Putnam of the I . S. Arm)'; two
daughters. Mrs. Leonard Ballard
and Mrs. Gabbie Jackson of
Waynesville, Route 1; one brother.
Chance Putnam of Washington
State.
Also six sisters, Mrs. Clayton
Stephens and Mrs. Fleetice Green
of Marion, Mrs. Lillie Duncan. Mrs.
Blanche Pitman and Mrs. J. T.
Sparks of Spruce Pine, and Mrs.
Charlie Buchanan of Washington
State.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge.
GEORGE F. HIPPS
Funeral services tor George
French Hipps. t8, of Lake .luna
luska. retired Haywood County
farmer, who died Thursday in a
hospital alter a long illness, were
held Friday afternoon in the First
Methodist Church at Canton.
The Rev. A. Mahrcy . the l(. v. ,1
E. B. Houser. and the Rev. C. Cul
berson officiated and burial wa
in Arnold Plains Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Kugenc Colt
llerschell. Hobby and Robert Hipp-.
Herschcll Rogers, and Ed Potts
Nieces were llower hearers.
Surviving are Hie widow, in
former Miss Myrtle I. re Cole; a
son. Glenn Hipps; two daughters.
Mrs. William Church and Mi
Richard Hulme of Asheville; Iwi
brothers, J. H. llips of Canlim
and the Rev. Jesse Hipps of kan
napolis: a sister. Mrs. V. .1 Similit
ers of Canton; and a grandson.
Garrett Funeral Home was m
charge of arrangements.
MRS. ETIIKI, hOlid.K
Funeral services lor Mr-. Ethel
Holder. 53. who died Thursday
night at her home in Canlon alter
a long illness, were held Saturday
afternoon in the Church of God.
The Rev. I). L. Westmoreland and
the Rev. O. Ledl'ord officiated and
burial was in Boii-A-Yenl im
Cemetery.
Surviving are the husband. Abe
R. Holder: lour daughters, Mrs.
Hugh Early. Mrs. Sam M. WiK.ni.
and Mrs. Howard Sams of Canton,
and Mrs. Dan Reno of Asheville;
seven sons. Henry of Canton, and
Leonard. Ray. Troy. Ralph, Buddy,
and Gerald of the home; one broth
er. Ed McCool of Flintvillc, Tenn.;
and 5 grandchildren.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
JAMES M. GRAY
Funeral services for James M.
Gray. 62. of Washington. D. C.
formerly of Franklin, will be held
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Frank
lin Mchtodist Church.
Mr. Gray died Saturday in a
Washington hospital following a
long illness. In recent y ears he had
been connected with the agricul
tural extension service in Washing
ton. Mr. Gray was well known here,
and had many relatives in Haywood
County.
(Continued from page one)
Mrs. James El wood, blue ribbon.
Mrs. Harrv Lu:.
Section C-: an arrangement us-M-.g
figurine sis accessory or con
.amer blue ribbon. Mrs. M. G.
S'nmev red ribbon. Mrs James M.
Long: section C-H. .ui arrangement
m u. '.usual container. L.iue ribbon.
Mrs. J. W. Ka .
Sclion 1)1. miniature arrange
ment not to exceed three inches
in either dimension, blue ribbon.
Mi s, ,1 W. Hay : ied ribbon. Mrs.
James M. Lima: section D'- minia
luie not to exceed lie inches in
In i -1 it blue ribbon. Walter Talia
ferro: red i il.l-uii. Miss Louise Mac
Failvcii: yellow ribbon. Miss Amelia
MacFady en.
Snellen E, Oiieulal arrangement
background and accessories per
mitted red ribbon. Waller Talia
ferro: see) ion I'-I. one color ar
rangement, tmie ribbon. Walter
Taliaferro: led libboii. Mrs. Floyd
Kippetoe: yellow ribbon. Mrs. Rui
ns Siler: seel ion F-2. vase, blue
ribbon. Camp Junahiska for Girls:
red ribbons Mrs. M. G. Stanley and
Mrs. U . 1.. kirkpali ick.
Section G-l, arrangement of fruit
and vegetables, blue ribbon. Mrs.
.1. W. Ray: arrangement of fruit,
blue ribbon. Mrs. .1. W. Ray: sec
tion 11. arrangement in Autumn col
ors, lit n il il shrubs, foliage or
weeds, bine libboii. All's. .1. W. Ray
Section 1. cool an aiigemeiil-cool
color, blue ribbons. Miss Ijiuise
MacFadycu and -Mrs. W. T. Filer:
-cction .1. aiTaiiMi nicnl in pair of
containers, red ribbon. Mrs. Rul'us
Slier; seel ion 1. al l anm inelit for
picnic table for i-orch or lawn, blue
ribbon Mrs. .. 1 I. one.: yellow
ribbon. Mi M. G. Stanley.
S.'i I ion I .. ictorian arrange
ment, blue ribbon Mrs. .1. W. Ray;
red ribbon. Mrs, Clyde II. Ray: sec
tion 1. modi i n arrangement, blue
I i hbon. Mrs. M G SI aniey.
Section Dahlias, t xb.imition
blue iihbon, Harry l.iil.'; ilcmialivc
i ibboiis. Mi .. H. 1). M.iHhews and
Mrs. Tlteoilorc Slr.iwn: cactus, blue
ribbon. Mrs, Tlnodoic Shawn; Lit-,
lipiili.in, blue ribbon. Mrs. R. D. ,
Mat I how s anil Mrs. Theodore
SI raw ii,
Zinnias, Hirer blooms giant, blue
iibN-ns. Walter Taliaferro. Mi's.
Rut il-- Slier; red i ibbtai. Mrs. James
Llwr.otl, Dwail zinnias, blue rib
bon, Mr-, M (;, stamey; red rib
bon. Mi's .limine Boy d.
Hoses, three ol any variety: tea.
blue ribbons Mrs. .lames R. Boyd
and Mr. John IJuei n: red ribbons.
Mi . John Qm-'ii ami Mrs. James
I'.oyil. yellow ribbons, Mrs. .lames
Boyd. I'loribunda roses, cluster,
blue ribbons, Mrs. James R. Boyd.
Mrs. John Queen ami Mrs. W. H.
Uliiyln: red ribbons, Mrs. James R.
Boyd and Mrs. John Queen.
Maiicoltls. dwail blue ribbons,
Mi'--. .!,iii-, s K. Boy d; I'l'i lull, blue
iibboits. Mis. .lanu's Elwood; and
ml ribbon. Mi's, .lames M. Long.
Gladioli, one spike, any variety,
blue libboii. Camp Junahiska for
Girls, red nhbon. Camp Junaluska
for Girls; Tuberous Begonia, blue
ribbons, Mrs. Hugh Massie and
Mrs. W. II. Burgin; red ribbons.
Mrs. Clayton Walker.
Petunias, single, blue ribbon,
; Mrs. Jam- s R Boyd; miscellaneous.
i delphinium. blue ribbon. Mrs.
! James li. Boy d: Scabiosa. blue rib-
lion. Mrs. .lames R. Boyd: Mallows,
blue libboii. Mis. Rul'us Siler;
IS. Clyde Files
First Entry In
j Stunt Night
j Chairman William Osborne of
South Clyde was the first of Hay
wood's Community Development
lenders to return an entry for the
county Stunt Night program to-
I morrow night at Canton.
He notified County Ateiit Waviu
Corpening last Thursday morning
by mail of Ihe entry of a quartet
as a South Clyde representative.
The event will be held in con
junction with the 43rd annual
Labor Day celebration and Fall
Festival at Canton High School
stadium. C. C. Poindexler is gen
eral chairman of the program
which opened Saturday for a run
through Labor Day .
Christian Faith Must Be Integrated
In World Needs. Seminary Head Says
Dr. Joseph E. Slzoo, president
of the (Presbyterian) New Bruns
wick. N. J., Theological Seminary,
snoke under the auspices of the
Junaluska Assembly, Monday them he touml
night on the theme, "The Rele- ; cause of them h,
paialylies. id
the prodigaK
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; Co-Publisher Of The
! Mountaineer Addresses
jWNC Press Session .
I M. T. Bridges, co-publisher of
the Mountaineer, discussed the me
chanical phase and equipment of
weekly newspapers when he ad
j dressed the Western North Caro-
lina Prss Association Saturday
night at Asheville.
.Trumpet Vine. Mrs. Hugh Massie.
j Section O. wild downs, blue rib-
bon. Clyde H. Ray. Jr.; red ribbon.
Hugh White; collection, blue rib
bon. Clyde H. Ray. Jr.
Section P, table silting, formal,
blue ribbon. Miss Mary Lu Klwood:
red ribbons. Mrs. U. N. Barber. Jr.
and Mrs. Aaron I'rcvost.
Picnic table, red ribbon, informal
(able, blue ribbon. Mrs. J. W. Ray
breakfast (rays, blue ribbons. Mrs.
.1. W. Ray and Mrs. T. Lenoir
Gwyn: wall arrangement, blue rib
: bon, Mrs. J. P. Snial hers,
i Displays were uKo shown by the
; following . ociuiuercial growers;
'Clyde H. Ray. The Waynesville
Florist, and Holly Springs Garden,
owned by T. L. Campbell.
"He lived with a
not let God go ane
a love that would i,,,:
"Heie is the p,.,;,
namic jf worth-Aim,
that way of liie im 1 1.
joy and love. We ,.
love thai way. i,,,
father and we are h,.
"We were meant i
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vance of Jesus for our Time."
The speaker stressed the impor
'ance of integrating the Christian
faith into world needs. God has a
stake, he said, in housing develop
ments, fighting hunger, disease
and human misery, and unless we
an implement the love of God
into the needs of the world, there
a ill be no tomorrow for our day
"It is no good fighting Russia to pattern of
;et rid of Communism," he said, j cantent and
the Christian church must go I
with thq gospel to where people
live.
"Life after the fashion of Jeans
must have moral content and spir
itual awareness."
"Two things Jesus never con
sidered." the speaker continued
"One was geography and the other
was time.
"He never traveled over 100
miles from his home; he did not
begin to preach until he was thirty-j
and two years later he was dead.
"But Jesus Christ is at home in
i very country and in every cen
tury: he is a part of the ongoing
life of every generation.
"He is relevant for our time
because he lived his life in two
directions: he lived with an aware
ness of God and of man.
"He cultivated companionship
with God and compassion for man.
lie lived within these two areas
but be always kept his perspective
and balance.
"He lived with a God-consciousness
never before known on earth
and the most memorable quality
of his life was his approachable
ness. He identified himself with
the needs of his followers.
"lie showed the world an out
stretched arm; he did not build
barricades like modern dictators;
be built bridges.
"He identified himself with the
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was in the church cemetery,
i 1'alilieai er were Cecil Hall. Wal
ikr Hyatt. Robert Whitted. Fred
lleusoii. Bronson Murphy , and Wal-
ttr Ovenb.
Honorary pallbearers were mem
bers ui .inn Hill and Grace Bible
Classes. Flower girls wire mem
be's ol the Young People's CTAss
o Zioii I liil Church.
I Surviving are the widow. Mrs.
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; Funeral services for Charles
; David Brookshire, 68. retired
'farmer of Leicester, RFD 1. who
died Friday in an Asheville hos
! pital after a lingering illness, were
held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in Zion
; Hill Baptist Church.
; The Rev. Chester Freeman, the
Rev. Bud Mahaftey and the liev.
i Vernon Hall officiated, and burial
; Lillie Hail Brookshire: live daugh
ters, Mrs. Hay lies Rogers. Mrs. Ru
l'us Owenby. Mrs. Ralph Murphy.
Mrs. Kav MahatVey and Miss Edna
liiooksiiire; three sons, Lemuel.
Hay ties and Charles David Brook
shire, Jr.. all of Leicester; three
brothers, one sister, and 13 grand-
children.
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' was in charge.
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