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MARSHALL, N. C, JAN. H,
JANUARY 17, IMS
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IS AT HAND
Memory Selection: "And Jesus
went about all Galilee, teaching in
(heir synaggoues, and preaching
the gospel of the kingdom, and
healing all manner of aickneaa
and all manner of disease among
the people." ... (Matthew 4:23)
Lesson Text: Matthew 4:12-25
In our previous lessons we hare
seen Gotf's purpose in the coming
af Um King. In th
study wa endeavor to aa the na
ture of Jsewa' ministry, aad come
to aa iiawatoiilfnt aa to why
try to respond with
of intelligence to
his called to disclplaahip. For ho
is still calling diaeiplea to hie
cause today, just aa surely aa he
called them to his sercice in Bib
lical times. Too, in this lesson
we should find a pattern to guide
us in our service to God.
Studying our lesson text,
find Jesus at the outset of his
public ministry; wo SOS him choos
ing the first of his disciples. Hum
ble fisherman, these f oar men
Peter, Andrew, James and John
in an ancient and honorable trade
of the times. They were not
scholars In the accepted sense of
the word, nor would they be count
ed as such today. Still, they were
not irresponsible men. Indeed,
while to the religious leaders of
the times they were somewhat un
learned, and to the laymen today,
somewhat unpromising mate
rial, still Jesus saw in each his
great potential, and when the
an, those four ware included la accomplished in so short a dnra
that select group. And, as thai tion of time. The geographical
history of Christianity later proves, I boundaries of bis ministry wars,
Joans could not have made a bat of necessity, bearing in mind the
tar choice, for although lBatee of travel in Biblical tiroes,
a. La. e .a . i V a .a
iugni an one people who liaaMTilai I negligible compared wita
him out, he did not depend unoa
his general following. Re counted
heavily on the called disciples to
bo with him constantly, to hear
him, to follow closely the methods
by which he worked ... U fax
order that they might later be
better equipped to assume the
leadership of kingdom work after
his death, subsequent resurrection,
and bis ascenselon.
And they learned much from
Jesus, for he did not stay aad
preach in one particular place, one
place of worship, nor live In one
home. His was a wandering mhv
stry, from town to town, and of
tentimes in the most rugged tor-
rain. He preached where ho found
people, no matter where it was.
Furthermore, he was always con
cerned with the needs of the peo
ple. It was truly said, he came,
not to be minister unto, but to
Peraps the most amazing thing
tite fact that today we can board
a Jet airliner and bo in any given
part of too world in a matter of
hours. Yst, from this geographic
ally small area, from this tragic
ally abort span of itme, sprang in
to being a state of Christianity
that is known around the world to
day! What a testimonial this
to the quality of the man that was
What are the valuable lessons
we can learn from the life of Je-
First, wo can learn love of our
fellow men. Jesus was concerned
with the physical, mental and emo-
lifs of each individual with
he came in contact And
this concern was so vital that he
never failed to do something
Secondly, we can learn the value
of nraachinir. Jesus had an an
nouncement to make to the world
that was vitally important to all
AT HOT SPRINGS
Marshall (41) Tinton 8. Fris
by 15, Johnson 4, Smith 3, Adams
io, Franklin 2, Bryan 2, B. Rice,
Hot Springs (29) Roberts 11,
Mudd 18, Sams 5, Norton, Thom
as, Wallen, Brown, Holt
Half time: 18-15, Marshall.
Marshall (48) Fox 12 .Sla-
gle , Wast 4, Sprinkle 1, Ramsey
1H, Candler 6 fisher, Worley.
Hot Springs (32) Padgett 8,
Lawson 2, Gantry 8, Shelton 8,
Huff 6, Sumerel, Moore.
Half time: 20-17, Marshall.
twelve Disciples were finally chos- about Jesus" ministry is what ha mankind With him he brought
AT TIPTON HILL
Mars Hill (26) S. Forbes 1,
M. Peek 12, B. Slagle 4 .Edmonds
5, Bell 2. McKinney 1. Whitt,
Tipton Hill (12) B. Byrd 4,
A. Byrd 2, Hunnicut 1, Betty
Byrd 5, Masters, Griffith, Tipton
Halftime: 18-4, Mars Hill.
GIVE IN YOUR POLL
Notice is hereby given that the List Takers for Madisoon County will sit at the fol
lowing places at the time and places listed below. All property owners and tax
payers are required to return to the List Takers for taxation, for the year 1965,
all the Real Estate and Personal Property which each one shall own on the first
day of January or shall be required to give in then. All male persons between the
ages of 21 and oO years are to list their polls during the same time. Return of
edby law glVmg " f PUS required' under the pains and Penalties impos-
There will be NO EXTENSION of time given unless an emergency arises
ALL TAXES MUST BE LISTED DURING THE MONTH OF JAttlMRY
Following are the List Takers for 1966 With Dates and Listing Places
T-l W-l Mrs. Francis Buckner
Jan. 4 through Jan. 30 at Court House; Hours:
8 :30-4 :30, Monday through Saturday.
T-l W-2 Mrs. Fred Rigsby
Jan. 9 Jack Guthrie's Station; Jan. 16 Charlie Mar
tin's Station ; Jan. 23 Jack Guthrie's Service Station ;
Jan. 30 Walnut Supply; Home other week days.
T-l W-3 Mrs. Roland Ramsey
Jan. 16 Miss Bonnie Ball's; Jan. 23 Court House;
Home each Friday.
T-l W-4 Clyde Wallin
Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30 Ted Runnion's Store ; Other week
days at home.
T-2 W-l Mrs. Bethel Wallin
Jan. 9 Fred Shelton's Store; Jan. 16 Franklin's
Store; Jan. 23 Bewley Shelton's Store; Jan. 30 Clar
ence Cutshall's Store ; Other week days at home.
T-2 W-2 Mrs. Ruth King
Jan. 9 Ward Rice's Store; Jan. 16 Ranee Hensley's
Store; Jan. 23 Delmas Cook's Station; Jan. 30 Star
ling Gentry, Sr.; other week days at home.
T-3 Mrs. Zura Metcalf
Jan. 9 Hal Edmonds' Store; Jan. 16 W. C. Silvers
Store; Jan. 23 Gabriel's Creek Church; Jan. 30 Oak
Grove Church; other week days at home.
T-4 E, G. Hill, Jr.
Jan. 9 Hill's Store; Jan. 16 Levi Hunter's Store;
Jan. 28 Frank Maney's Store; Jan. 30 Lee Maynsrd's
Store; other week days at Hill's Store.
T-5C. N.Willis, Jr.
Jan. 9 C. B. Jarvis Gulf Station; Jan. 16 W. M.
Carter's Shell Station; Jan. 23 ft 80 P. W. Ramsey's
Store Building; other week days at holme.
T-6 Nealey Bradburn
Jan. 9 Paul Buckner's Store; Jan. 16 Don Reeves'
Store; At Home All Other Week Days.
T-8 W-l Wayne Clark
Jan 9 T. J. Meadows Store; Jan 16 Stewart Plem
mons Store; Jan. 23 T. J. Meadows Store; Jan. 30
Home ; Other week days at home.
T-8 W-2 Handy W. Coward
t Jano9TT?,ldwell's Store: Jan- 16 Goforth's Store;
Jan. 23 WiUett's Store; Jan. 30 Willett's Store; Oth
er week days at holme.
T-9 Mattie Ray Ramsey
,J2?- ?', 16' 23 & 80 Hot Springs Town Hall; Jan.
21 Stackhouse 10 :00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.; Jan 13
& 21 M. J. Ricker's Store 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p. m.;
Jan. 11, 18, 25 At Home.
T-10 Burgin Chandler
Jan. 9 Home; Jan. 16 Avery Norton's Store; Jan.
23 Earl Rice's Store; Jan. 30 Avery Norton's Store;
Other week days at home.
T-ll Kathlene Phillips
Jan. 9 Z. F. Ingle's Store; Jan. 16 Kermit Hensley's
Store; Jan. 23 Jasper Jenkins' Store; Jan. 30 Z F.
Ingle s Store; Other week days at home
T-12 Mrs. Clement Buckner
T Ja9Jsaac Worry's Store; Jan. 16 Earl Roberts';
Jan. 28 Upper Big Pine; Other week days at home.
T-13 Miss Essie Mooneyham
Jan. 9 Hardy Willett's Store; Jan. 16 Homer Plem
5!. 28 Lee McGaha's Store; Jan. 80
Hardy Willett's Store; Other week days at home.
T-14 James Coates
Jan. 9 Bruce's Store; Jan. 16 Arrington Branch
Int?12!?ctio! Jan- 28 Bruce's Store; Any Monday
and Thursday nights at heme.
T45 Paul Briggs
Jan. 9. IS. IS. 9.9. 2 9.K 07 oa on .4- av tt.-ii
Town Hall. " "
T-7 Mrs. M. J. Ball
Jan. 9 J. O. McGalltard's Residence; Jan. 28 Cle-
ophas Davis Place; At Home All Other Week Days, at home.
T-16 Edward Hoyle
Jan. 9 Slagle's Store; Jan. 16 Qttto,' Store; Jan.
28 Home; Jan. 80 Slagle's Store; Otter week days
m m :
W. 6. ZINK, Tax Supervise
Mars Hill (54) Edwards 8,
Tolley 6. Hunter 24, Davis 6. Wal
lin 6, Briggs 2, Grooms, Willis,
Tipton Hill (76) Street 2(i,
Jenkins 13, Bob Street 16, Peter
son 13, E. Street 6, M. Hunnicut,
E. Street, Garland Deyton.
Halftime: 40-17, Mars Hill.
AT SPRING CREEK
Laurel (42) Banks 19, Zim
merman 6, Cantrell, Chandler 3,
Landers 11, Cutshaw, Uranklin,
Ray 2, Shelton 1.
Sonne- Creek (41) Kimber-
ly 6, Kfrkpatrick, Moore 29, E.
Meadows 2. L. Meadows, Holt 2,
Plemmons, W. Moore 2, E. Kirk
Halftime: 16-14, Laurel.
Regulation: 33-33 (tie)
First overtime: 35-35 (tie)
Laurel (66) Plemmons 24,
Roberts, Wallin 2, Williams, Kirk
9, Franklin 26, Cutshaw 5, D.
Spring Creek (72) B. Price
16, Lankford, Strickland 10, Fer
guson 8, Parker 2, P. Price 16,
Halftime: 83-31, Laurel.
ECONOMY OIL CO.
ALEXANDER, N. C.
Rath Pure LARD 4-lb. ctn. 59c
Nu Way FLOUR 25-lb. Bag $1.69
8-lb. Bucket LARD $1.49
Rath's SLAB BACON per lb 39c
Texaco MOTOR OIL Gal. Cans 89c
Havoline MOTOR OIL Gal. Cans . $1.39
Pennies - Dimes - Nickels - Halves
We are giving premiums for these coins
The above prices are in effect through
January 15, 1965
Buy Your AUTO TAGS In Marshall
The regular third Saturday
night singing will be held at Wal
nut Creek Baptist Church, Sat
urday night, January 16, at 7:00
o'clock. The Forester Quartet is
expected to be there. Everybody
welcome. Rev. John W. Goforth
Mars Hill 1105) Willis 8, Tol
ley 10, Randolph, Grooms 5, Ed
wards 17, Hunter 29, Wallin 12,
Castelloe, Briggs 8, Holt 2, Da
Halftime: Mars Hill 65-18.
AT FINES CREEK
Hot Springs (23) Roberts,
9, Mudd 11, Sams 2, Wallen 1,
Holt, L. Thomas, Ebbs, Brown,
Fines Creek (41) Conard 8,
Price 4, Jenkins 17, Rathbone 3,
Messer, Kirkpatnck 1. a. Led-
ford 4, L. Rathbone, Ledford 4,
G. Messer, D. Messer, M. Pijce.
iiauume: rines ureeK 1S-J.1.
AT EAST YANCEY
Marshall (19) Tinton. Rice,
Frisby 6. Johnson, Smith li, Ad
ams 10, Lewis, Bryant 1, Chand
ler 1, Crain, Franklin, Ramsey.
FW VjMumr M7) Rallew 6.
Thomas 6, Young- 17, Grinds taff,
Howell, Jones 5, Brooks 1, Hens
ley 12, Schwintzer, Smith, Boone,
Halftime: East Yancey 19-8.
Marshall 139) Fox 10. Fish
er, Slagle 4, West 2, Worley,
Sprinkle 2, Ramsey 16, Crowe,
Candler 1, Moore, Brazil i.
East Yancey (56) Banks 18,
McCurry 2, J. D. Silvers 8, Ham
bly 6, M. Silvers 4, Gillespie 2,
Riddle, Robbins 7, Hoover, Gibbs,
Bailev 9. Young.
Halftime: East Yancey
Clvde (24) Fore 6. Hawkins
5, Sorrells 8, Rathbone, Lane 1,
Rogers 2, Kfa-khele 1, Stewart,
Medford, Ingram, Zameehi, Love
Jash 1, Brown.
Laurel (38) Banks 18, Ray 2,
Cantrell 8, Landers 6, Cutshaw,
Franklin 1, Shelton, Zimmerman
2, Chandler 1, Holland, Gentry,
Halftime: Laurel 17-9.
Plvde !B2i McCracken 28,
Downs, Lindsey, Gillis, Lawrence,
AitaW R- rVireene 2. Ray 9,
Stewart 2, Conrad 3, Martin.
Laurel (79) Plemmons ao,
Roberts, Cook 2, Cantrefll 1,
King, Franklin 30, Wallin 8, Rob
erts 1, Cutshaw 2, Williams 2,
Halftime: Laurel 1-13.
AT MARS HILL
a rVonlr I9A Krmher-
ly 7, Moore 10, Meadows, Holt,
Plemmons, W. Moore, Reese 7.
Man Hill (88) Farkas 10,
Edmonds 8, Slagle 4, fees: is, aa-
L.). 1 Ttuvnvoa T?utt7trd. FOX
2 Rnhirann. Moore. Whitt. Mc-
I Kinney, Bay a.
Halftime: Mare rim
KOYs (tAJHK . .m;
I . . .7-. .
taring Osae () rnee iz,
kkford 6. Strtck-laTW t, irergu
2. Parker 4. P. Price 8. Wil
Hot Springs (58) Padgett
17, Lawson 5, Gentry 15, Shelton
17, Huff 2, Moore 2.
Fines Creek 1601 Fersruson
23, Ledford, J. Rathbone, Tran
tham 1, T. Rathbone 8, Evans 26,
fegalftimef'K' fprmge 24-28.
Jan. 15 Cane River - There
Jan. 19 Spring Creek - Home
Jan. 26 Mars Hill - Home
Ian. 29 Spruce Pine - There
Feb. 2 N. Buncombe - There
''eb. 9 Cane River - Home
Feb. 5 RoTnian - there
Feb. 12 Tipton Hill Home
Feb. 16 East Yancey Home
Feb. 19 Laurel - There
All varsity games start at
7:00 p. m.
RELIEVES PAIN AS
IT DISSOLVES CORNS A
Now remove corns die fut, cur way
with Freezonc. Liquid Freeioot re
lieve! pain instantly, works below the
skin line to dissolve coral away io just
days. Get Freeionc.at all drug counters.
the love of God to all mankind.
And he was nositive in hi an-
proach to this proclamation. Wa
need to be just aa positive in oar
ministry today, for the need is
just as great now aa it was than.
I And thirdly, Jesus earns teach
Dins'. To all who listened, ha re
vealed the true gsssntjals of God's
tore, aad to what ends it should
This lesson does, indeed, estab-
tot H M practicing Chris-
1963 CHEVY II Nova 4-door Sedan; 6rcylinder en
gine; Powerglide Transmission; Radio, Heater
1963 CHEVY II Nova 2-door Sport Coupe; 6 cylin
der; Straight Drive. Solid Red.
1963 CORVAIR Spyder Convertible; 4-apeed trans
mission; Radio, Heater; Solid Red with White
Top and Black Interior
1961 CHEVROLET 'Moor Hard Top; Powerglide
Transmission; V-8 engine; Power Steering;
Power Brakes. Blue with Blue Interior
1961 CORVAIR 700; 4-door; Powerglide Transmis
sion; Radio, Heater. White with Blue Interior
19S8 CHEVROLET 4-door Biacayne; V-8 engine;
1958 FORD 2-door Hardtop; Automatic Transmis
sion; V-8 engine
1957 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan; V-8 engine; Radio,
Heater; Straight Drive
1957 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan; V-8 engine; Pow
erglide Transmission. Red & White
1957 CHEVROLET 4-door Hardtop; V-8 engine;
Powerglide Transmission; Power Steering. Tur
quoise Sl White. Extra Clean.
1957 FORD 4-door Sedan; V-8 engine; Straight
Drive. A Bargain
Side Pickup; 6-cj
1891 CORVAIR Ramp
1961 CHEVROLET Va-ton Track; 6-cylinder engine;
Heater St Defroster. Clean
1988 CHEVROLET -ton Track; ftylinderj Heater
& Defroster; 4 new recapped tires
1960 DODGE Va-ton Track; V-8 engine; Heater
1953 CHEVROLET 2 Ton Track; Cab Over Engine.
A real farm track
1982 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup
1986 GMC -ton Pickup
1980 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup
French Broad Chevrolet Co.. lie.
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