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MdRKfl. N. C, JAN. is, tt
Investment, Ramsey Says
Tim. Now To Place Orders
As our timber stents on prtveto-
landa Hpnwfafc throoh
more ftomwi, par-
ticularly oar younger and middle
trod farmers see the importance
of planting additional tree as a
wise investment for the futUM
farm income, says Ralph Ramsey,
Office Manager for the Madison
County Agricultural Stabilisation
and Conservation Service. Wood
lands properly managed will not
only increase a farm's value and
income, but they also make one of
the best covers for soil and water
conservation, they provide cover
for wildlife and add beauty to the
Ramsey points out that now is
the time to place orders for seed
lings needed for this spring plant
ing Jobs. He explained that the
Madison County Agricultural
Conservation Program for 1965
includes tree planting as an ap
proved soil and water conserva
tion practice for which Government
cost-sharing at the rate of $12 per
acre may be obtained by interest
ed farm owners. A necessary por
tion of this $12.00 can be advanced
to farmers for purchasing his
seedlings and the remainder can
be applied to the cost of planting
Charles Craine, county forest
ranger, announces that the sup
ply of seedlings is almost ex
hausted and he urges all farmers
to contact the ACP office and
make applies tfcme immediately
At present our state nurseries
s selling white pine seedlings
for 7.00 per thousand and yellow
poplars for $10.00 per the
plus a small farm delivery charge.
February 15 is the latest date our
State Nurseries have aerssd to
hold their supplies for North Car
olina farmers, after which they
will be sold to farmers of neigh
boring states. Last year many of
the farmers in Western North
Carolina placed their orders too
late and were unable to secure
thesr seedlings because our nurs
ery stocks had been released to
other states with a need. So to
be assured of receiving their need
ed supply, Ramsey urges all in
terested farmers to place their or
ders with the ASCS Office or any
of the other County Agricultural
Agencies during the month of Jan
He also explained that as an
incentive to get trees planted on
more of our land which should he
devoted to timber that the Coun
ty ASC committee who administer
the county Agricultural Cost-shar
ing program would continue their
past policy of assisting any farm
er with as much as three (3)
acres on tree planting in addition
to the ACP help his farm is el
igible for on other approved' prac
In conclusion Ramsey said that
all farmers should give some study
to his need for additional timber
stands for valuable 9pecies and
take full advantage of the ACP
help now available to him.
! CARD OF T
We wish fa expra
to our friends and
their expressions of
the loaa of oar mother. Abo for
the beautiful floral tributes.
Cheater, Sammy, Carl, Vadar and
MRS. JOHN ROBERTS
Thomas Payne, 94.
Native Of Marshall,
Buried Last Friday
Thomas Payne, 94, formerly of
Marshall, died Tuesday, January
6, 1066 in a Western North Car
olina hospital after a long illness.
Surviving are a brother, Amerl
cus Payne of Greenevills, Tenn.
and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held at Z p. m.
Friday in Shoal Hill Free Will
The Rev. Jack Davis officiated
and burial was in Payne Ceme
Bowman Funeral Home was in
We have had an unusually warm
winter, bo It closed in on us Sun
Us) revival here continued for
three nights over the weekend
to the Lord. Rev. Gilbert
Bengal was the speaker. We had
Mr. Cle Outohall and wife vis
Mad his parents Sunday in Greene
Mr. Lather Metcalf visited John
Roberts Sunday; also Mr. i
Mrs. Lorado Wallin and family
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roberts on
Sleepy Valley CD
Club Met Thursday;
Prizes Are Awarded
The regular monthly meeting of
the Sleepy Valley Community De
velopment Club was held Thurs
day, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p. m.
Glen Brooks, president, presid
ed; Steve Woods led in a congre
gation song; Rev. Harry Sellers
gave the devotions; Major Baldry
gave a brief talk, expressing her
interest in our community club.
The secretary read the minutes of
the last meeting.
Prizes were awarded by Emms
Kate O'Steen for the winners of
the Christmas Lighting Contest:
1st prise, $6.00, tie between Mrs.
Jeanette Roberts and Mrs. Lloyd
Sleepy Valley Home
Club Met Jan. 6
The Sleepy Valley Home Dem-
2nd prize, $3.00, Mr. and
Dewey Foster; 3rd prize,
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fos-
The club discussed the rat cam
paign project and the rat poison
will be available soon to those
who are interested.
Various committees filed in
groups and discussed plans for the
new year. ,
There were 37 present at the
meeting. Mrs. Max O'Steen anr'
Emma Kate served delicious .?
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Mr. Creed Pugh Jr., visited
Pete Roberts Sunday.
Pete Roberto and Robert Payne
to the eastern part of the
coon hunting last Wsines
day. returning Saturday with 3
Mrs. Bascomb Cutshall is on the
sick list We wish her a speedy
onatration Club met at the home
of Mrs. Etta Rathbone January
at 2 o clock. The program was
opened by Mrs. Brooks who led
the group in singing "Love's Old
Sweet Song." Then Mrs. Trol-
linger had devotions.
Mrs. Wallin then took charge
of the meeting and most of our
business was straightened out for
the coming year. She then show
ed us some very helpful things
on how to press and some handy
things to have when pressing.
Refreshments were Served by
Mrs. Rathbone. The meeting was
closed by repeating the club col
lect Those present were: Mrs. Glen
Brooks, Mrs. Dewey Foster, Mrs.
Henry Waldroup, Mrs. Perry
Go wan, Mm. Manley Holt, Mrs.
Etta Rathbone, Mrs. Clarence
Lawaon, Mrs. Nova Trollingcr,
Mrs. Ethel Wallin, Mrs. Marie
Osteen and Mrs. Robert Rath
bone, members; and one visitor,
John and Pete Roberts went to
Marshall on business Monday.
Misses Zelma and Wanda Shel-
ton spent Sunday with Linda Pearl
We were glad to have Amos
Norton and wife back in church
with us Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Boings' three sons
and his nephew had dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts Sun
We greatly miss Mrs. Dean Cut
shall at church. She has gone to
Detroit to join her husband who
is employed there.
Our old-time services which we
have all summer on the 2nd Sun
day each month will be discontin
ued until the 2nd Sunday in March
due to bad weather.
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11:46 (Mon.-Wad.-Sat) Church
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6: :15 Service Show
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6:90 Sign Off (Month sf Oct)
Schedule of Home
. M aawii
Clubs In County
Hot Springs High
Jan. 19 Clyde home
Jan. 29 Aeheville Catholic home
Feb. 2 Spring Creek home
Feb. 6 Clyde away
Feb. 9 Laurel home
Feb. 12 Mars Hill home
Monday, January 18 Beech
Glen HD Club will meet with Mrs
Bill Metcalf at 2:00 d. m.
Tuesday, January 19 Little
Pine HD Club will meet with Mrs.
Loy Roberts at 2:00 p. m.
Wednesday, January 20 Mars
Hill HD Club will meet with Mrs
Cory Wallin at 2:00 p. m.
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Bank of French Broad
of Marshall in the State of North Carolina at the close of business on
December 81, 1964
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in
process of collection $1,160,76.49
United State. Government obligations, direct snd
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 833,173.20
Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $647,260.00
securities of federal agencies and corporations not
iruaranteed bv U. S.) 679,260.00
Loans and discounts (including $13.21 overdrafts) 1,683,738.10
Rank premises owned $11,265.86, furniture and
fixtures $10,145.40 21,400.76
Other assets 73,814.83
TOTAL ASSETS $6,197,571.38
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Deposits of United States Government (including postal
Deposits of States and political subdivisions 83212.46
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 10,947.29
TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,800,775.88
(a) Total demand deposits $2,484,516.64
(b) Total time and savings deposits $3,316,269.34
Other liabilities 89,405.09
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When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to give you more foot room. So, besides
this car than in any Chevrolet as far back as they go. It's the, way a '65 Chevrolet looks and rides, we now have
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ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Meat Loaf Plate
Choice of One Vegetable
COFFEE or TEA
CHOICE of SANDWICHE!
HOME MADE PIES
TOTAL LIABILITIES $5,890,180.97
Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $100,000.00 $100,000.00
Undivided profits 82,890.41
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 307,390.41
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... $6,197,571.38
Total deposits to the credit of the State of North Carolina
or any official thereof, None.
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted
'l and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) $190,500.00
(a ) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation
I reserves of i 80,789.28
(bi. Securities as shown above are after deduction of
'Valuation reserves of .- 2,312.50
1 I, Rosslene M. Tugman, Cashier of the above-named bank,
do solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct, to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct Attest: ROSALENE M. TUGMAN
CRAIG L. RUDISILL, JR., Director
C. D. BOWMAN, Director
BRUCE K. MURRAY. Director
State of North Carolina, County of Madison, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before this 13th day of January, 1965,
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
My commission expires January 81, 1965.
BELVA R CROWE, Notary Public
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FIENCH BROAD CHEVROLET COMPANY,
Your Real & Personal Property
Is Now Payable
Net If Paid On Or Before
Jim F. Craine
For Madison County
Msswts No. 110
Main Street MARSHALL, N. C.