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Among The Sick Miss Pressley To
BY NORA COBB SPENCER
There's a sermon In the sunrise, Mrs. Dixie Palmer, who has been
There's a sermon in the brook,
confined to her bed (or the past
There's a sermon In the Illy,
two weeks suffering from a bad leg
But we are too blind to look.
There's music all> around us . 1s improving.
'Tis in the thrush's notes so Miss Hattie
Axley who fell In her
home last week and has been suf¬
'Tis in the dove's plaintive
fering from shock and bruises Is
But we are too deaf to hear.call, reported to be better.
When we can see a bit of heaven
In toughing baby's eyes.
And can hold the right station
And can see God's autograph
We'll be happy and rejoice.
In the lightning In the
We will need few man-made toys
If we can keep our hearts attune Nor pictures on
As wt hear "His still small We'll derive the the
From nature's gallery serene.
hospital fields are now
Blairsville, Ga., * daughter, May
being accepted. Qualified appliArs Available
applicants may be enlisted as soon
Mr. and Mrs. James Linn, Mur¬
The Navy recruiting station lo- 1 as they desire after graduation,
Mr. and Mrs. James Barnett of phy, Route 1, a daughter, May 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mfmmer
cated in the post office building The Navy recruiter will be in Murphy, a son. May 9.
Franklin announces that applica¬ Murphy at the Register of Deeds k'r. and Mrs. Wilson Palmer of of Unaka, a son, May 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Franks of
tions for enlistments of high school office each Tucl Jay from 11 :30 a. Murphy, a son, Ben Thomas, May
a son. May 16.
Mrs. Stokes Day of Marand
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson
ble, a daughter. May 16.
of Robbinsville, a son. May 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson,
Route 3, Murphy, a daughter, May
There will be a decoration at
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Handy of Ogreeta Cemetery May 22 which ia
the fourth Sunday.
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God mad* man to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him
in this world, and to be happy with Him forever in the future
Has man, then, any obligations to God?
Tes; man must worship God as his Creator; and fulfill the
purpose God had in creating him.
Has man any obligations to himself.
Man's first obligation to himself is to save his own soul;
that is the purpose of his existence upon this earth.
"What doth it profit a man If he gain the whole world, and
suffer the loss of his own soul?" (St. Matt 16,26)
Hew are we saved from the effects of Adam's sin and of
our owa sin?
By the sacrifice of the Life of Jesus Christ, Our Lord and
Savior, Who is the Redeemer of mankind.
Why was a Divine Redeemer necessary to atone for man's
Because man could never of himself atone for an offense
against an Infinite God.
How did Jesus Christ atone for our sins?
Jesus Christ atoned for our sins by His life, sufferings, and
"I live in the faith of the Son of God, Who lover me and
delivered Himself for me." (Gal. 2, 20)
God bless you now.
Rev. Joseph Dean
Murphy's Catholic Chapel
Funeral services were held at
2 p. m. Friday in the Shady Grove
Baptist Church. The Rev. Thomas
Truett officiated and burial was
in the church cemetery.
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Survivors Include one daughter ;
Shields of Andrews, and Mrs. Wes
Helton of CopjJerhill, Tenn., Route
1.; and four brothers, Moody and
Ralph of Akron, G. R of Dover,
Del.; and Wade of Murptay, Rt. 2.
Townson Funeral Home was in
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44, died at his home
in Akron, Ohio. Sunday, May 8, and
the body waa brought here for in¬
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CITIZENS BAM and TRUST GO.
He served two years in the Marine
Corps and is now with the Security
Bankers Management Corp.
The wedding will take place next
spring in Wilmington, Del., at 8t.
Helena's Catholic Church.
ASK FOR FREE
Miss Pressley is a graduate of
Murphy High School and is employ¬
ed by Secuhity Bankers Manage¬
Mr. Herman, a graduate or Salesianum High School, attended
Goldey Beacom School of Business.
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Mrs. Charles R. Sutton of Mur¬
phy announces the engagement of
her daughter, Miss Betty Ellen
Pressley to Frederick Herman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Her¬
man of 308 Philadelphia Pike, Wilm
Miss Babington, Miss
McTaggart Honored sen¬
Miss Rebecca Babington, a
ior at Andrews High School and
Miss Louise McTaggart, a senior
at Hayesvtlle High School, have
each been awarded a district
Scholarship at Brevard College In
the amount of $300 for the fall of
Miss Babington is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Babington of
Nantahala and Miss McTaggart is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D- C.
McTaggart of Rt. 2, Hayesville..
These scholarships are awarded
to students who excel in scholastic
and leadership abilities and who
are active in the local Methodist
Some 26 such scholarship were
awarded according to the college
president. President Stamey.
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to go" First Class9
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