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EDITORIAL
Still Wrong
is
quarters, the U. S. Forest Service
fe«s for

some

for

lowering proposed

winning plaudits
camping and picnicking in the forests.
The 50-cents-per-person fee for picnicking is
to 25; the camping
to be cut from 50 cents
charge from $1 to 50 cents;
sticker from $2.50 to $1.25.

and the annual

While this definitely is a more reasonable
of
scale, it doesn't answer the basic question
After
all,
a
be
charge.
whether there should
the
recreation is one of the purposes for which
forests were set aside. Moreover, to make a
of the forests is to
charge for recreationalof use
own land ; for the
their
charge people for use to all the
people of this
forests
belong
national
nation.
Basically, the whole idea seems illogical ;
it probably is unworkable.
While it is possible that a case can be made
for a camping fee, to charge for picnicking is con¬is
This
trary to our whole American tradition.
of
recrea¬
form
universal
wholesome,
simple,
has
it
and
special
tion, as old as civilization;
To charge them to go out
appeal for children.
into the woods and hold a picnic is a little like
charging them for the air they breathe.

Ann Mull
Graduates From

Dorothy

Piedmont

Hospital

Miss Dorothy Ann Mull,
daughter of Mrs. Florence
Mull and the late Wayne Mull
of Murphy, was graduated
from Piedmont Hospital
School of N ursing, J une 3, 1965
at 8:30 p.m. In the First
Presbyterian Church of Atla¬
nta, Ga.

During the past three years
Miss M ull's study has included
two quarters at Georgia State
in Atlanta, for her
Collegescience
courses and two
basic
afflllcatlons, pediatrice nurs¬
ing at Children's Hospital In
Louslvllle, Ky. for 3 months
and psychiatric nursing at the

Mllledgeville State Hospital In
Mllledgeville, Georgia for

3 months.
Out of twon guests for the
graduation services were
Mrs. Florence Mull of Mur¬
phy, Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Dickey of Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Stegall, Mrs.
Gene McDonald and daughter
Joan all of Cartersvllle. Ga.
Following the graduation

Any charge for picnicking is wrong. Making
the fee 25 cents instead of 50 doesn't make the
action right. Once a fee is put on, the chances
are it will never be taken off. And once people
exercises, a reception was
accept the fee system, the scale can be upped held In honor of the 50 newly
graduated nurses and their
at will.
guests.
After a few days vacation¬
We hope the people of Western North Caro¬ ing In Panama City,
Fla.Mlss
Mull and her mother visited
lina will refuse to accept it, now or ever.
relatives in Cartersvllle, Ga.
The Franklin Press
Miss Mull reported to Pied¬

Mrs. Edith Fuller of Wesleyan College. Macon, Ga., has
Arrived to spend the summer
here u her home.
-M_
IU» uaviiiig
W
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holland
as well as help with and
are spending some¬
library
the program. Miss Mildred D. timefamily
at Tampa, Florida.
Shoemaker of Red Springs,
-Mwill be food supervisor and
M embers of the MTF of
dietician and direct the two the First Methodist Church
cooks.
left Sunday morning for a
Three unit leaders will be week's
visit to Myrtle Beach,
in charge of 32 girl units S. C.,
were, Mr.
Chaperones
of
activities
the
coordinating
and Mrs. Merle Davis, Mr.
Miss
are
the campers. They
and Mrs. Reid Rumple, Mr.
Carole Lyme Crossman of and Mrs. William
Hughes,
Hendersonville, a WNC grad¬ Mrs. John Davidson and
Paul
uate; Miss Celia McMurray of Smith.
who
has
Indiana,
Lafayette,
-Mtwo years teaching experience
and Mrs. Luther H.
Dr.
in physical education and guid¬ Butler of Greensboro, N. C.,
ance, and Miss Marcla Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
of Kirkwood, Mo., a Cornell Chandler on
Tuesday of last
In week.
graduate with experiecne
Girl Scout camps in New York
-Mstate.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nor r is
They will be assisted by a and
Lynn of Savann¬
unit staff including Beryl ah, daughrer,
and Miss Jan Cook
Ga.,
Tessier, Joan Schell and Linda and Eve
of Atlanta,
Go' -5 of Asheville, Dede Ga., wereReynolds
week-end guests of
of
Styles Black Mountain, Jea¬ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cook and
nne Penden of Kingston, Tenn¬
John.
essee, Barbara Simmons of
-MEnka, and Patty Shoemaker of
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby HemRed Springs, N. C.
bree and children of Ashevllle
The opening session of camp returned to their home Tues¬
will be followed by two sess¬
after spending the week¬
ions of two weeks each on day
end hee with Mr._Hembree's
June 27 to July 10, and July mother, Mrs. Valerie Brown.
11 to 24; and a one week
session July 25 to 31 as well
as troop camping with core
staff during the same period.
The second year of Counselor
in Training will be given dur¬
ing the two weeks' sessions.
The purpose of the camp
program Is to promote health,
develop resourcefulness, and

Pisgoh Girl Scwt Staff

In iccarduc* with prev¬
iously approved plan, the Miss Mary Elizabeth Garr¬
Wildlife Resource* Commiss¬ ison of Hayes vi lie and Miss
ion has rompkiwid stocking of Susie Spruqg of Murphy will
1,360 rainbow trout, 460 brook be on (he stafi of the Pisgah
trout averaging eight to ten Girl Scout camp this summer
Inches in length, In the waters and Linda Payne of Brasstown
of Cherokee County. These has registered for the first
fish were produced at the State session of camp. Miss Garr¬
fish Hatchery located near ison will be business manager
District Game and run the trading post and
Waynesvllle.
and Fish Protector Joseph camp library. Miss Sprung
J. Jeffcries directed the re¬ will be waterfront director.
lease of the fish and solicited
The camp, which is located
assistance from members of eight miles from Brevard, has
the local wildlife club and tent units to accomodate 96
other interested sportsmen. girls and a staff of 20. Girls
Those participating in the will have their meals in Laurel
stocking were JJ. Jefferies, Hall with its modern stainless
H. J. Martin, and Bill steel kitchen and large dining
room and will follow a planned
Arrington.
The Wildlife Resources program under the direction of
Commission points out that a qualified staff.
Mrs. Elizabeth Alley of the
the cooperative efi or t of all
those interested in the State's Pisgah Council staff is camp
fish and game resources will director, she took a special
be required to bring about camp director's course with
better fishing, the favoriteout- other Girl Scout personnel at
door recreation of so many Buck Hill Falls, Penn. this
Spring and will hold a trac¬
Americans.
ing session at the camp June
13 to 19. Assistant camp dir¬
-Mof
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peoples ector is Miss Helen Moody
who is an
of Chesapeake, Va., and Mrs. Charleston, Illinois,
and instructor in physical ed¬
Ray Taylor anid daughter are
ucation at East Illinois Univ¬
son, of Rocky Mount,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ersity and has her masters
visiting
education.
degree in physical flavor
Akin this week.
will
An international
-MMlss Laurie Hardin, student be added to the camp by Miss
at Auburn University, Auburn, Denlse Waech of Zurich, Swi¬
Ala. has arrived to spent the tzerland who has arrived for
summer here with her par¬ the training sessl.M snd foll¬
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. owing weeks of camp. Miss
Susie Sprung of Murphy, a
Hardin.
senior at the University of
-MMrs. Virginia Size who has Tennessee, wlj be waterfront
had an apartment at Moore- director and Miss Carolyn
land Heights has moved back G; iham of West Palm Beach
Florida, and a graduate of
to her home.
Western Carolina College will
-MMr. and Mrs. Bill Segers be health supervisor. She has
and daughter, Caroline of Gas served on the camp staff In
tonia, have returned to their previous years.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Garr¬
home after visiting Mrs.
a N. C. graduate will
ison,
and
Mrs.
Mr.
Segers' parents,
be business manager and supCreed Bates.

PICNIC FEE

In

Garrison, Sprung Are On

Cherokee Waters
Stocked With Troit

-

k

.*"*

Mr. and Kirs. Henry
returned home Monday
from a three weeks visit 1
their nephew and viece,
and Mr*. Junes O. Jc
Martin, Tern.
-MMrs. E. A. Browning I

returned home frem t ta
week's visit with her
-in -law, Mr.
daughter
Mrs. Billy Browning of
York. While there she a
the Worlds Fair. She was I
ompanled home by her

son|

granddaughters,
Leslie who will
months with her

De De

spend u«l

gram%iar<|

-MThose from the Free I
odist Church who attended
Youth Camp and Confere
held at Camp Hope,
vllle last week were:
Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Rhoifl

|

WaynJ

Peggy Cook, Brenda G
Sammy Elliott, Linda and1
bara Rogers, Wayne andjd

Gann, Miss Eunice Shields]
Clifford Elliott.
-M-

Pfc. Fred Swalm has
turned to Cherry Point
a visit with his grancfcwnfl
Mr. and Mrs.

Lovlngood.

Harrifl

-M-

Blanche and Christine m|
row have enjoyed
Bible School at ML
church.

FOR SALF

of responsibility, love
and ability to con¬
serve natural resources as
well as enjoy living in the out
of doors.
Assisting with the training
of the camp staff are Mr.
Jon Martlndale of the Red
Cross and Mrs. Corlnne Frost
of Brevard, a former member
of the national staff of the
a sense

of

nature

22 Head Angus Cows
Not Registered But
Subject To Registration
18 CALViS

SEE JOHNNY WIISON PEACHTREE
Pkoit 837-2528
-

mont Hospital In Atlanta
Monday, June 14, to begin her

work In the recovery room.

Letter To Editor

COLE'S
TIRE MARTS

Dear Editor:
I Just received a clipping
from your paper of April 8,
1965 showing the marker which
was erected In honor of my
great great grandparents,
My
John and Elizabeth Welch.
great grandfather was Edward
and grandfather John E.
I feel quite honored to be a
decendent of these people, El¬
izabeth does have a roll
number, but may have been
through adoption i. to the

Blue Ridge, Ga SSL
McCayesville, 6a.
Blairsville, Ga.
Ellijay, Ga.
lasper Ga

tribe.
Could you tell

me where 1
will write for more details on
these people.
Edward married a woman
named Emellne Vannoy, and
had John E. also several other

children.
John E. left North Carolina

HONORED

Harry

P.

Cooper (R) public relations counsel

THE NEW
MOHAWK
IIITISSIMO

(Chauley) #25373.
Lawyers Title Insurance Corp. in Atlanta who will retire father
I am doing all this research
une 30, has been made an honorary life member of the Home
Builders Association of Metropolitan Atlanta. He is the for church records, so would
any help you can
second person thus honored by the group. Presenting a tray appreciate
retired give me. I have the roll
symbolizing the award is the first, George E. Erwin,
numbers for all these people
Mr.
for

J

-

,

about the year 1867, taking
with him a wife and children
from there after going to
Indian Territory (Okla.) he
married Johnanna Hensley and
they were the parents of my

former real estate editor of the Atlanta Journal.
Cooper except the first John listed
for many years has served as chaplain for the builders group. here,
but am interested in
Mr. Cooper is a former resident of Murphy and the father any papers or books showing
of Mrs. H. A. Mattox and brother of Mrs. Jerry Davidson also any of this family.
of Murphy.
John E. was a lawyer at
Fort Smith, Arkansas and
Park Hill after going to the
territory. I need to know his
Indian wife's name he took to
Okla.
Where do they keep the ed¬
ucation records for these?

NOTICE
TAXPAYERS
OF

Would appreciate any
you can give me.
Thank you,
Esther W. Smith

THE ULTIMATE IN TIRE
PERFORMANCE SAFETY- MILEAGE
-

help

(EDITORS NOTE: Anyone
having information pertaining
to the above letter may write
Mr. Smith at 7826 Beck Ave.,
North Hollywood, California.)

'

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CHEROKEE COUNTY
by Corlylo P. Mathosoo,

For A Trouble Free & Safe Vacation
And 4th Of July

MISS BROWN

Makes Deans Lisi
Miss Adlnah Lynn Brown
Mr. and Mrs. W.
daughter ofBrown
of Murphy,
T. (Bud)
In both

made the dean's list
semesters of her freshman
year at VanderhiltUnlverslty.
The 18-year-old rising
sophomore ranked 2.5 points
out of a possible 3.0 for the
term. She was Initiated Into
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.
-MMrs. Sallle Davidson who
has been In a Nursing home
in AshevlUe has returned
home.
-MMr. and Mrs. Leon Talley
and Jack Hughes of Charlotte
spent the weekend with their
mother, Mrs. Ruth Hughes.
-MMr. and Mrs. Herman Akin
and sons of Ocoee, Tarn.,
spent the week-end here with
his mother, Mrs. R. A. Akin.

Cherokee Scout A Clay County
Progress, Thurs. June 17, IMS

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