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Dr. Berlin Haney,
Of Hot Spring.,
Dr. Berlin Haney, 69, of Hot
SprinffS, died early Friday, Jan
uary 8. 1965 in an Aaheville hos
pital after a lone illness.
Mf He wee a lifelong resident of
W Hot Springe.
Surrivlng are the widow, Mrs.
Beuls Ducket Haney; two aons,
Albert of Hot Springe and Warren-
of Elk Rapids, Mich.; a daugh
ter, lira. Bill Cripe of Indepen
dence, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Ten
nis Kiddle of Fletcher and Mrs. Vi
ola Plemmona of Aaheville; a
brother, Troy Haney of Hot
Springs; and four grandchildren.
Services were held at 2 p. m.,
Sunday in the Liberty Baptist
v",urea' San Antonio, Tex. Staff Ser-
The Rev. Everett Sprinkle and' gear Ray W. Fowl, son of
the Rev. Chester Freeman offici- Furman Fowler a Hot Springs,
ated and burial was in Fairview has completed the special U. S.
Cemetery. Air Force recruiter course at
Brown Funeral Home of New- Lackland AFB, Texas,
port was in charge. Sergeant Fowler, whose previ-
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We have just received a new type water repellent.
This treatment gives Grade "A" results and can be
applied to LONDON FOG or most any raincoat at a
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Save time and water by using our
Do here in just one hour what would take all day at
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Mart Hill High
Jan. 16 Bakersville home
Jim. 19 Sprues Pine away
Jan. 22 Cane River hone
Jan. 26 Marshall away
Jan. 29 Bast Yancey away
Feb. 2 Cane River away
Feb. 5 Laurel home
Feb. 9 Bast Yancey home
Feb. 12 Hot Sorinsrs evwav
SAME ONLY DIFFERENT
"I wish you could see our new
house. He picture window brings
the outdoors right into the living
"Yeah? Well, we do
thing, but with the
Historical Johnston Bell Is Found
la Found On Shutin Creek
Near Hot Spring a In
By JOHN HAVUCHK
Citlsea Stair Writs ,
Waynesvills lbs Haywood
Courttv Historical Society is not
very old, lees than a year in fact,
but it already has scored a coup
the Johnson bell has been retrieved.
Stops Itch Relieves Pain
For the tint time ecience haa found
a new healing substance with the as
tonishing ability to shrink hemor
rhoids and to relieve pain without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
amazing of all results were so thor
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem! " The secret is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne) dis
covery of a world-famous research
Institute. This substance Is now avail
able in suppository or ointment form
called reparation H. At all drug
The Haywood County court
house was a fine brick structure
when it was built, and Song. Thom
as D. Johnston was happy to do
nate the bell, Inscribed: "To my
native county, 1WV But times
In 1932, the old Courthouse was
! I . I 1 I.
torn down and tsduiu, ana um
bell got short shrllt. for xour
years it knocked around, and in
1936 came under the custody of
Mr. Bridges. In 1948, it drift
ed into the care of the late MaJ.
Cecil Brown of the Salvation Ar
Until Maj. Brown's death in
1968, it was used as a call to wor
ship st the Salvation Army head
quarters at Maple Springs, sound
ing from s 60-foot tower erected
by Fletcher Brown. Then It dis
appeared. Last July it turned up
Frank Enloe found it at a Sal
vation Army outpost deep in Mad
ison County, on Shutin Creek near
Hot Springs. Frank Rogers,
president of the Haywood Histori
cal Society, and Amos Medford,
secretary, trekked to the placo
and sousrht possession . The Sal
was loath to give
up until it was eestabliahed that
the bell actually was and is the
property of the Haywood County
Board of Commissioners.
It is now In the basement of the
1932 Haywood County Courthouse,
end will be either loaned or do
nated to the Historical Society,
which is engaged in seeking a
permanent museum site.
It may end up on the court
house lawn, Rogers said.
The Historical Society started
out in quarters on the second
flood of the courthouse, in com
pany with the United Daughters
of the Confederacy. Ttien space
developed over the First Union
National Bank office at Clyde, but
that also Is a temporary arrange
The society already has acquir
it ed several books, and there have as
been promises mads of other rel
ics, antiques, and heirlooms when
the organisation has a place to
keep them under lock. All items
eventually will be carefully la
beled, described, and displayed,
Cong. Jonnston, whose bell rang
all sorts of historical emotions
lsst year, was bom in Waynesvllle
and practiced law in Aaheville. He
was 21 years old when the Civil
War broke out, and he served
with an outfit known as the Rough
and Ready Company from Bun
combe County. He was wounded
Before being elected to Con
gress from what was then the
Ninth District, he served several
terms in the State Legislature.
He got around almost as much
his bell did 80 years later.
OU8 assignment was at Nellis
AFB, Nov., will be an official Air
Forco recruiter at Niagara Falls,
N. Y. Ho was selected for the
special assignment as a volunteer
with an outstanding military rec
ord. The sergeant was trained in 11
areas of study, including the Aii
Force job classification system,
testing procedures and communi
ty relations to broaden his quali
fications for presenting the facts
of Air Force career opportunities
to young men and women.
Sergeant Fowler la a graduate
of Spring Creek High School. His
wife is the former Jean Keener
of Rt 2, Hot Springs,
Don Fowler Joins
Hot Springs Staff
Don Fowler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Fowler, of Hot
Springs Rit. 1, has joined the staff
at Hot Springs High Jschool. Mr.
Fowler has been assigned) to the
seventh grade with Mrs. Joe R.
Henderson being transferred to
the second grade following the
vacancy caused by the death of
Mrs. Mary Esther Brooks .
Tuesday, January 19
10:30 A. M.
ON THE PREMISES RAIN OR SHINE
BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN FARM
AN IDEAL PLACE FOR SUMMER OR WINTER
LIVING LOCATED ON TILSON MOUNTAIN
BLACK TOP ROAD 9 miles southwest of
Erwin, Tennessee, in Unicoi County
PROPERTY of J. FRED (Todd) GRIFFITH & BESS GILLIS GRIFFITH
Over 100 acres, consisting of sunny slopes, wooded tracts and some
meadow land, watered by sDrings and streams..
910 acre tobacco allotment, 300 tree Stark's bearing apple or
chard, 38,000 younpr white pine", 5,000 yellow poplar trees, and con
siderable saw timber.
Income from this farm last year was: $2,500 from apples; $1,750
from tobacco ; $2,000 from tomatoes and $300 from grazing .
Farm has been subdivided m 2 large tracts and small tracts
Tract No. 1 70 acres imoroved with 8-room colonial, 2-story
house; water from mountain spring, gravity flow; also electric pump.
Home has 4 bedrooms, 112 ceramic tile baths; hardwood floors, knotty
pine kitchen, built-in oven, automatic dishwasher, washer and dryer.
Oil furnace heat. 20x40 concrete swimming pool in back yard.
Tract No. 2 35 acres improved with a modern 3-bedroom house
with bath; Hardwood floors, furnace heat, never lived in. You may
buy this house with 1, 2 or more acres land. Other improvements on
this farm is a 5-room, modern house, tenant house, 2 barns and several
We will sell the following machinery: 1952 model Ford' tractor,
plow, disc harrow, mower and wagon, 254 apple boxes, 1500 tobacco
sticks, 5,000 tomato sticks, 150-gallon spray with Hardy pump, outdoor
space heater, steel safe or vault, some furniture and many other items.
Terms of Sale Cash down Balance 1-2-3 years
Tree Grand Prize a $50.00 Bill
ALSO SMALL BILLS GIVEN AWAY
LUNCH SERVED ON GROUND BY CHURCH GROUP
ERS BROTHERS, Auctioneers
And Selling Agents
Mrs. Rachel Shelton
Passes Last Friday ;
Mrs. Rachel Shelton, 84, died
Friday evening, January 8, 1965,
in a Western North Carolina hos
pital after a lengthy illness.
Mrs. Shelton, a lifelong resident
of Madison County, was the wid
ow of H. C. Shelton. She was a
member of Marshall Free Will
Surviving are five sons, Thad,
Vader and Chester of Marshall,
Sammy of Hot Springs and Carl
Shelton of Detroit, Mich.; twelve
grandchildren and five greatgrand-
Funeral services were conduct
ed Sunday at 2:10 p. m., in Mar
shall Free Will Baptist Church.
The Rev. Jack Davis and the Rev.
Warren Reece officiated and buri
al was in Pritchard Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Charles Bish
op, Charles Parris, Plato Worley,
Howard Reece, Bruce Teague and
Bowman Funeral Home was in
Mars Hill News
MRS. J. W HUFF, Correspondent
Mr. and Mrs. Hobby Edwards,
Mrs. Roy Wall, Mrs. M. H. Tcr
rell, and Mrs. Clota Lippard went
to Charlotte Jan. 2 for the funer
al there of Mr. Gordon Edwards,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Ed
wards, formerly of this place. Mr.
Edwards was the grandson of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Luther Edwards
and a great-nephew of Mrs. Wall.
Mrs. Terrell, and Mrs. Lippard.
Miss Ruth Anderson, of Cleve
'and. Ohio visited her sisters, Miss
es Hetty and Kathryn Anderson
and her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson,
here Dec. 31 to Jan. 6. Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Rolan, of Charlotte,
son-in-law and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Anderson were
here that week-end, also.
Dr. and Mrs. Luther Jarvis
and family of Gastonia visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Jar
vis, here last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Amnions and
Miss Bonnie Amnions left last
week for a few weeks visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hall left
Tuesday for an indefinite stay in
Garland, Texas with their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hall and family. '
Mr. Wesley Hunter, who had
been a hospital patient in Ashe
ville for the past several weeks,
has been transferred to the Sky
line Rest Home in Asheville.
The father of Mr. Adam Dycus,
who has been quite ill at St. Jo
seph's Hospital since Christmas,
is thought to be improving.
Mr. B. W. Grigg is a patient
at Mission Hospital.
Mrs. Nelson Harris made sev-
eral trips to Hendersonville last
week because of the illness of her
sister. Miss Alma Freeman, who
is recurerat inn in Margaret Par
dee Hospital from injuries from
The Mars Hill town officials
have announced winners in the
Christmas Lighting Contest as
follows: 1st prize Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Saras; 2nd prize Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Fegg; 3rd prize
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberts. In
the business division, 1st prize
went to Citizens Bank, and the
2nd to Mars Hill Florist.
Lee Wyatt, 73,
Rites Held Tuesday
MRS. HUBERT PANGLE,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson
had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Gardin Sunday night. Mr. John
son preached an interesting ser
mon at Bethel Christian Church
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gardin,
Elaine and Jackie Riay had dinner
with his parents, Mr. and Mr3.
Dan Gardin Sunday.
Larry Pangle, Jimmy
visited Gary and Stevie
Mrs. Carolina Pangle spent the
day Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack V. Joyce of Meadow Fork.
Edgar Parker of Indiana visit
ed his mother, Mrs. Callie Parker
and his sister, Mrs. Fred Tran
tham, and family last weekend.
Thelmer Waldroup spent Mon
day with Hubert Pangle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitson
and Donna of Asheville spent Sat
urday night with Mr. and Mrs.
!), lOfifi in an Ashevilh
following a brief illness
73, of Mars Hill,
I p. m
a native of Madison
retired merchant and
of Bull Creek Bantit
were held Tuesday at
in Bull Creek Baptist
The Rev. Allen Britt and the
Rev. Dearl Ammons officiated
and burial was in Mars Hill Cem
etery. Pallbearers were nephews
and flowerbearers were nieces.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Clara Tillery Wyatt; five daugh
ters, Mrs. Perry Moore, Mrs. Don
ald H'ggins, Mrs. Luther Ammons
and Mrs. A .E. Wissne, all of
Dearborn, Mich., and Mrs. Dennis
Purdie of Wayne, Mich.; a son,
Fred Wyatt of Dearborn Heights,
Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Vern Cody
of Marshall Rt 2; a brother, R.
W. Wyatt of Marshall Rt 2; 19
grandchildren and 15 great-grand-
Holcombe Funeral Home was i
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