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Vs.fl. Eeds and son, Jimmy, went
to Somerset, Ky., Ssturdtfy night to
attend the funeral of Mr. tfads'. un
cle. Whtte torn tlwz :'nW vbitod
'Mr. Bads' mothtr and other relatives.
VV'.f .f.i I II nil'-. ....
k Mr. and Mrs. B. R, Twed returned
lb their boiM U MairhaU Sunday
nurnt .from fcafcsiena, no- worn
cbey spent several days.
Mr. and Vtt. Fred Eitenhower, it.
of Greenevlild, Tcml, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Story Sunday si-
Or. and Mrs. W. A. Sams spent the
week-end in Raleigh where. Dr. Sams
attended ' medical -meeting. While
there, they also visited their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Grover Fri.by Leaves
FKday For Florida
Grover Friaby, ace southpaw, who
is the property of the Cincinnati
Bads of the National League, will
Java Friday of this week for Plant
City, Florida, to join the Syracuse
Chiefs of the Internatnonat League
in Spring training.
Friaby was the ace pitcher on the
Offden, Utah Crab of the Pioneer
League last season where he won IS
games while losing 6.
"My anrf-eelS in top ahape and
I'm going to try my best to stick with
the Chiefs' this season," Frisby stat
He signed -a contract which calls
for 15,000.00 for the coming baseball
With The Sick
Mrs A. Bamssy'Aof -Marshall,
'V - RFD 1 was admitted to Aston Park
Tuesday for treatment
? 5 a; , Mrs. Carat Cody of Mar Bill was
' & admitted, to -Norburn , Tuesday ' for
" i cf was ad.
a t. : ;y-fe c
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,-. , Mrs. L C. L on' of ;Alexa.i,Ier
rt', RFD 1 was emitted to-'Memorial
' '.. ''Mission Monday for y.' v'
T" i 1 JBaUaM of Mass
i L EFD ? was admitted to Memo
The " Rev. Carfield1 Llndsey of
Spring Creek was admitted to Nor
burn Monday for treatment.
Mts. Ajlen "Barrett of Mars H!H,
: wasdmitted to Norbuin Sunday for
. . Gaston Binder of Alexander, RFD
' was admittad to Norburn Friday
' Riley Bnckacr of Marshall, RFD
1 was admitted to MemoriM Mission
Sunday for tieatmer-
"Mrs. John Metcslf of Marshall,
ixJtjafi was aununsi w aww t
i Sunday, for treatment.
' A Friendly Welcome. Awaita Y.-
in Zwm Grv'
vf Show StarU , 10:30 P. M. Saturday
They're blotting the
DAN DU&YEA '
Service In New Church
The Rev. A. Bay Howland, pastor,
delivered the first sermon in the new
Marshall Presbyterian Church last
Sunday morning. He spoke on "The
Strongest Thing In The World," it
being, in the words of Voltaire, "an
idea that ia about to be born."
Mr. Howland stated that in this
the Atomic Age it is necessary -to
erect churches adequate to handle so
cial activities of the community and
that the congregation should take a
greater part in these activities. He
stressed he fact that that is more
necessaryt oday than at any other
time in our history.
The service was held in the new
church although it wa.i not fully
completed. Mr. Howland expressed
thanks to the other cliches in
Marshall for the use of their facilities
for almost a year while the new
building waa in the process of erec
tion. He also expressed to Mr. H.
E. Roberts appreciation of the elec
tric organ in memory of Frank
Fowler Roberta. The Marshall
Methodist Church was thanked for
the beautiful Calls Lilliea which dee
orated the rostrum.
Mrs. Lillian Corbett, organist for
the Baptist church, had charge of
the music with Mrs. W. C. Rector
as -soloist The service was well at
. To Mr, and Mrs. HBie Fender of
Flag Pond, Tenn RFD 2, a daugh
ter, March 5Ja Norburn.
John Nelson Hunter
Rites Set For Today
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Funera) services for John? Nelson
Hunter, lr of Marshall, RFD 8,. wo
died at the, home of son, George
Hunter early Wednesday morning af
ter a lengthy illness, (will be held
Thursr !"' ,- rN 11:09 oV
at the ;'--" '
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ident jL L.'-.-U)countir, and was
a 'retired farmer. v rLf.v!--"r.
v Surviving are four daughters, Mrs.
Will Bradley, Marion. IMlas Betty
Hunter. Marahall BFD i, Mrs. Duf
fy Reese,, Marshall RFD 2, Mrs. Bell
Waldroup Swannanoaj two. sons, S.
W. Hunter, Alexander BFD 1 d
C. J. Hunter, Alexander. Also sur
viving are 28 grandchildren, 34 great
grandchildren and 10 great-great
Grandsons will act aa pallbearers
and granddaughters as flower bear
ers. Bowman-Rector Funeral Home is
in charge. .
Howard Jervis Buys
Market In Florida
Mr. and' Mrs. Howard Jervis left
recently for St Petersburg, Florida,
where they are now making their
home. Mr. Jervis hss purchased a
market there. ,
- PA Y WHITLEY
mr with thrillt 1 - , 1
(radio's Sam Spade) ; . , '
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' Hooray and hot dog . Marshall
is going to have a gymnasium 1
hope from the looks of the ar
ticles on the front page of this issue,
it seems quite possible that we can
nave basketball games) here in Mar
shall in a year or so speaking
of basketball, the , Mars Hill High
School Tournament . was . most suc
cessful large crowds, - good
teams, etc. -at tbeifworking ta
ble" during the tourney was a team
composed of Smith, Howell, Story,
Sams and Higgins with Ellsberry
Holcombe as chief electrician and
handyman we bad a great deal
of fun and I hope 111 have the oppor
tunity of again working with the
same team appreciate the nice
remarks made by Mr. Warrick, prin
cipal at Mars Hill I think that
Emmett Sams is the best, most ac
curate and skillful1 scorekeeper and
time keeper I've ever known
I'm sure Ronald Higgins agrees with
me we had quite a business
meeting prior to the final games
in the principal's office re
viewing players, teams, individual
awards, etc. the fine ball hand
ling of Scoggins and Vt Mull was
praised also the fine all-round
ability of Mars Hill's Ada Shelton
she's an expert guard as well
as a fine person in every respect -
basketball will be history after
this week's Tournament of Cham
pions in Asheville baseball has
already taken hold with teams " in
spring training soon IH be "liv
ing" on the diamond instead of the
court saw John Corbett non
chalantly driving down Main Street
Wednesday t morning, . reading his
man one. eye on a tetter and
the other on the traffic for a
few seconds Wednesday, shortly after
noon, I thought the French Broad
Hotel was on fire it turned out,
however, to be a work train car on
the tracks behind the hotel -- the
blase was soon extinguished by fin
man with little damage being done
it seemed great to see the pic
ture of the Marshall students in the
Asheville Citisen. last Friday
they were among those, entering the
play contest at Lee Edwards Friday
the Little Symphony Is to play
at the high school auditorium Mon--day
morning at ten o'clock -r this
is ;the first time that Marshall dti
i i "'lav' e.S n i"-" "ftunity
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' ....' -aible -
T - 1 . ,ctf M.. Soft
ball, team, this summer in Marshall?
A. BAY BOWLAND, Pester
10:00 fc isv Sunday School
At Funeral Home
11:00 a Jn. Morning Worship
Sermon subject: "Dynamic Faith"
6:80 p. m. Westminster Fellow
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship.
Sermon subject: "The Word That
Never Cornea Back"
I HAYES RUN
MARSHALL' - MARS HILL
' BJPV. E. J. JENKINS, Potior
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 aja- Morning Worship
7:0fl p.m. Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evening Evangelistic
8:00 p. m.-Wednesday Mid-week
prayer meeting. , , , , ;
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Have you I-J this -awful, flu' or
what can you cCl itt I had it once
and now met:.! Us I am getting it
again. , So if I soud awbul and nod
ad all like myselb, just lay id to de
cold in me haid. i ,
I heard a rumor yesterday that we
are getting lines built out this way
for telephone service. ' Gee, that cer
tainly sounds good.' I can't imagine
being able to call Louise in the mid
dle of the sight and making her
crawl out of her warm bed, just to
say, "HeUo." I do wish they could
have been, built before the basket
ball season when I had to go to Mar
shall every time I had to caO in a
ji ne nignt my ear ugnts went
out I "was ready to Sue everybody
'cause I dldnt have a phone, but 111
be satisfied if we get them before
Some guy has) suddenly decided
that to say: "It W tad", is correct
Shucks, that , individual is way be
hind times, w Madison County peo
ple have been' saying that for a long
time. What.kllla me, is the person
who has been' exposed to the use of
the verb "to be" following it up with
Just between 'you and II" or "He
went with she" in some cases where
they think they are really getting up
in - this world of proper English. I
ain't got .NO answer to the problem,
This new cellophane industry
sounds exmtinsever , Brevard way.
I've been fcxpectinr Mr. Opie Wells'
picture in the paper with all. those
big shots, -but I guess they are hold
ing back for' the big day of the open-
ing; He ttta appreciate the last par
agraph 'cause he tried to beat some
of that English stuff in my head
way" back yonder in the S0's, when
he was headmaster at dear old Wal
nut high. ' If you have an executive
job in your new concern for a wom
an, Mr. Wells, just remember me
and try: to find someone like me
'cause I aint avmlablei
t Observed -Getting -your spring
plowing done, friend?" It's high time
far It It's hard to believe Spring
is around the corner Visited
Mrs. Baker last Sunday who Is re
cuperating, atjier Big . Pine home
front an operation; best -wishes for
a y Vdr recovery are wi gon-
na,7e, giria pmiopu --Mina .-, aa
Zata steals2 At
Home On Leaye
Seaman Apprentice Zane Metcalf
arrived Tuesday morning from San
Diego, California to spend about
twelve days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Metcslf.
Miss Frances McDevitt has accept
ed a position, with the Citizens Bank
of Marshall and assumed her new
duties the first of the month.
She formerly held a position with
the Sprinkle-Shelton wholesale.
REV. W. D. WILLIAMSON, Part
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
1 1 : 00 a.m. Morning , Worship ..
Sermon subject: "The Cross"
0:80 p.nL B. T. V.
7:80 p.m.--Evening Worship
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MRS. J. N. PENLAND, Manager
MISS SUV PENLAND MISS MINNIE LEE PENLAND
Mrs. Baley Hostess
To Vota ViU Class
Mrs. J. M. Baley, Jr., was hostess
to members of the Vota , Vita Sunday
School class at their regular meeting
held Tuesday evening at her home
on Main Street
Mrs. C M. Blankenship, teacher of
the class, presided, in the absence of
the president and vice-president, and
also conducted the devotional serv
ice. - Mrs. J. H. Ends hsd charge of the
program and presented several games
and contests which were enjoyed.
- At the close of the meeting the
hostess was assisted In serving de
licious refreshment by Mrs, Walter
Ramsey and Mrs. P. H. Dinwiddle.
Members of the class present were
Mrs. C. Teague, Mrs. C. M.
Blankenship, Mrs; Listen Bamsey,
Mrs. Walter Bamsey, Mrs. W. B.
Bamsey, Mrs. J. H. Eeds, Mrs. Bon
Sprinkle, Mrs. P, H. Dinwiddie, Mrs,
Ant Story, and Mrs. Baley. r
THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT DAILY
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FRIDAY MARCH 10
"RED, HOT and BLUE"
Funny Happy Crazy
Laughs Here they are. alto
"BROTHER KNOWS BEST"
and "KITTENS MITTEN"
MON.-TUES. MARCH 13-14
"OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL
MARK STEVENS and JUNE
HAVER with delightful mutie
and dancing a picture for
- 3J00 up
- $4.00 up
- $5.00 up
WMS To Meet
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Marshall Baptist Church will
hold its regular monthly meeting
Thursday afternoon, March 18, at
All members of the organisation
Eastern Star To
. A regular meeting of Marshall
Chapter No. 85, Order of the Easter
Star, will Jbe held Tuesday evening,
March 14, at 7:8o o'clock at the Ma
This is the regular time for the
election of officers for the Chapter
and all members are urged to be
The Marshall Chapter will also
hold a special meeting Friday eve
ning, March 10 at 7:80 o'clock at the
Masonic Temple for the purpose of
JaiUating a candidate . '
tMr. 1 1-.. Jas
t:S0 eonttnuoua until 11:00 t
MON. WED. FRI.
, , t:tf 7,-CO p..- v
TUES. THURS. ;.4
r.-oa A 9:00 p.m. . . , -
SATURDAY MARCH 11
"RIDERS OF THE
7n Color - v .
Two new picture! with new
stars; different from anything
you have teen. One of the bett
Saturday program we have had
Two Cartoons and a Comedy
W ED.-THURS. MARCH 15-16
America's top comedian
BOB HOPE and RONDA
FLEMMING. GMt swoon
men ttvear vveryhody howls
Also "COUNTY, FAIR and
!WET BLANKET POLICY