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' Burley Quota
, Excess Set
The marketing quota penalty for
excess Burley tobacco produced In
1963 has been established at 87
cents per pound, according: to Ron
ald R. Orr, Chairman of the Gra
ham County ASC Committee.
An amendment to the tobacco
marketing: quota laws approved
last March increased the market
ing quota penalty rate from 50 to
75 percent of the average market
price for the previous marketing
The penalty rates are calculated
to the nearest whole cent. The
new legislation also prohibits con
sideration of excess tobacco in es
tablishing farm allotments.
In the event a farmer's measur
ed acreage exceeds his farm allot
ment, he has the option of dispos
ing of the excess tobacco or mark
eting it and paying a penalty of 37c
Lee H. Birchfield, 56, died Mon
day May 23. at 3:30 a. m. in his
home in Robbinsville of a heart
He was a native of Blount Coun
ty, Tenn., moved to Graham Coun
ty when a young boy, and was em
ployed as a cook.
Surviving are the widow; one son
Edward Jordan of Detroit, Mich.;
four brothers, John of Waynesville,
Bruce of Andrews, Theodore of
Robbinsville, and Baxter of Barba
lon, N. C.
Also three sisters, Mrs. Nancy
Williams and Mrs. Cordelia Wil
liams of Tapoco and Mrs. Tilda
Brown of Maryville, Tenn.
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday at 10 a. m. in Sweetwater
Baptist Church near Robbinsville.
The Rev. Ralph Matheson and the
Rev. Jimmy Chappel officiated
and buiral was in Farley Ceme
Townson Flineral Home was in
Jr.-Sr., Held At
Mountain View School
The Mountain View School held
their Junior-Senior banquet on Sat
urday night. May 7.
The room was decorated in green
and white. The Juniors gave the
Seniors their fortunes in a "not
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Clifford of
Robbinsville announce the birth of 1
a daughter, Karen Lynn Clifford on
April 3. They have one other child.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold De wight
Burroughs, a son, Melvin Edward
April 22, at the home, Robbinsville,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Conard Hold
er, of Fontana Dam, a daughter,
Mary Ann, March 9, at Fontana
Clinic. They have two other child- '
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard L. Adams
of Robbinsville, a daughter, Nellie
Mae, on May 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Gwyn P. Carver of
Robbinsville, a son, Alan Charles.
April 26. They have three other
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Ledbetter
of Robbinsville, a daughter, Lila
Mae. April 21. They have three
j other children.
( Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas
< Howell of Robbinsville, a son, ?
Thomas Edward, April 12. They
have two other children.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Adams
of Robbinsville a son, Harry Lee,
Jr., April 15. They have two other!
Mrs. Marie Wright and daughter,
Anna of Cleveland, Tenn. are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Calhoun.
Jean Garland, Wilma Crisp, An
na Sue Deyton, and Douglas Mill
j saps are home from Western Caro
' olina College for the summer.
Misses Mary and Bernice Stew
art of Charlotte are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart
1 for a few days.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Woodard
and daughters, Brenda and Shirley
shell." The English walnut hulls
were painted green and held to
gether with a white ribbon. Each
hull contained a slip of paper with
a Senior's fortune on it.
I After dining the following pro
gram was presented: toast to sen
'oirs, Edwin Estes; response, Jan
ice Orr; senior class history, Joyce
Crisp; prophecy, Johnny Ruth Rog
ers; special music, Margaret Ann
Farley; recognition of special
guests, Edwin Estes; benediction,
R. G. Carr.
Mr. Crisp, the photographer
from Bryson City, made individual
and group pictures.
NEW OVERNIGHT SCHEDULES
FROM KNOXVILLE and ATLANTA
Two Trailers Daily From Each City
Offering Overnight Service
From Knoxville and Atlanta
Dickey Freight Lines, Inc.
Phone SI . Murphy, N. C
The 1955 Tobacco Program calls
for a reduction in farm allotments |
tor following years as a penalty
for making a false statement con
cerning the farm acreage allot
This means, according to Ronald
R. Orr, Chairman of the Graham
County Agricultural Stabilization
and Conservation Committee, that
the farmer who "signs" or acquies
ces in the signing" of such a false
statement is subject to the penalty
for excess acreage and his farm
allotment will be reduced in follow
The added "teeth" in the 1955
Program, Chairman Orr explains,
are spending their vacation here.
They are staying at the Phillips
Mrs. Charles Davis of Green
ville. $. C. is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phillips for a
Bobby Joe Cable, who is employ
ed in Detroit, Mich., is spending
a few days with his family an3
Archie (Junior) Peterson visited
in Knoxville, Tenn. last week.
Miss Anna Sue Deyton spent
last week end with Miss Annette
Dalrymple of Franklin.
yet so mild
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Little wonder the Rambler Cross Country is America's
"most-wanted" station wagon. With imart-a?- tomorrow
styling? with comfort and economy beyond compare?
with air conditioning that refrigerates in summer, heats in
winter, ventilate* year around, the Rambler still coats lest
than any other comparable car. Why not drive a Rambler
and learn why this is your ?nar?t buy?
TRY IT rODAYI AT your
Entertain At Home
Of Mrs. Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wood of
Richlands entertained with a pic
nic lunch and open house on Sun
day May SO at the home of his fos
ter, Mrs. Bill Moody and children
in Robbinsville. Some 200 guests
called? mostly from Onslow and
stems from the recently enacted
amendment to the Basic Act pro
viding for acreage allotments and
In addition to the reduced allot
ment for falsifying acreage data,
the penalty on excess tobacco has
been increased from 50 to 75 per
cent of the average market price
for the kind concerned during the
past marketing year. -
The 1955 penalty rates on excess
Burley Tobacco will be 37c.
Out of county guest* Included
Bill and Bob Henderson of Johnson
City, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Jackson and son of Buckroe Beach,
Va.; A. G Pierce, Petersburg, Va.
Mrs. E. B. Strange, Misses Carol
and Misses Carol nuy 11 od attioat
and Becky Strange, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Strange, all of Rocky Mount ;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barber of.
Kins ton; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Wood; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wood and
children; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Wood, all of Durham; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Leland Wood and children of
Kins ton; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jor
dan of Raleigh and Miss Nancy
Shiver of Kinston.
Mrs. Moody and family are
spending several days visiting
friends and relatives in the eastern
part of N. C. and Virginia.
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