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Mrs. Rosemary G.
Ramsey Now With
Local Welfare Dept.
Mrs. Rosemary Greene Ramsey
is now working in the Madison
Just A Woman's
By DOROTHY B. SMUPE
PERSONAL and OTHERWISE
YOU CAN HELP
If you have visitors or have
ban on a trip or know of anyone
"who has bom visiting-, please send
or phone the item to this news
paper so we can publish it in this
column. Tour help will be great
ly appreciated. It is impossible
for us to know personal items
unless you assist us.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rice and Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Treadway spent last
Friday in Greensboro where they
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Rice and family.
Mrs. Hoyt Shore, of Charlotte
was visiting in Marshall Tuesday.
With The Sick
Mr. Sankey Brigman, formerly
of Walnut, is now a patient at
Knoxville Convalescent and Nurs
ing Home, 809 Emerald Avenue,
Knoxville, Tennessee. His condi
tion is good. He has been making I
his home with his daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul C.
Hensley, in Knoxville for the past
To Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hens
ley, Marshall lit. 4, a eon, Jan.
14, in Memorial Mission Hospi
To Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wyatt,
Marshall Rt. 2, a son, Jan. 17, in
Memorial Mission Hospital.
To Mr. and Mrs. Warren Charles
Anders, Mars Hill Rt. 2, a son,
Jan. 16, in Memorial Mission Hos
Ttf Lieut, and Mrs. Steve Wine-
berger, of Enid, Okla., a son, by
aoWptton, January 14, 1965. The
infant was born January 4, 1965.
Mrs. Wineberger is the former
Betty Bryan, daughter of Mrs.
Blanche Houston, of Marshall and
the late Wayne Bryan.
Earl Edmonds, of Marshall Rt.
6, returned to his home last week
from Memorial Mission Hospital
where he had been treated for an
injured neck suffered in an au
Huey And Tugman
Wade Huey, of Marshall and
Paul Tugman, of Man Hill have
Just completed a three-day Teacher
Workshop in Raleigh conducted by
too State Department of Trade
and Industrial Education.
During the workshop, teachers
were given information on general
policies rf ' the State concerning
their subjects areas and specific
information to assist them in their
The workshop was held in the
Carolina Hotel and was attended
by about 50 teachers.
Mr. Huey will teach bricklaying
and carpentry at the Marshall
School and Mr. Tugman will teach
the same subjects at Mars Hill
. At Caney Fork
The regular 4fch Saturday night
singing will be held this Saturday
at 7 p. m., at the Caney Fork Bap
tist Church with Lyda Brown in
The public is invited.
Event Fetes Mrs.
Reel On Sunday
Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey of Mars
Hill honored her mother, Mrs.
Robert Reel of Marshall Rt. ,
with a birthday dinner Sunday,
January 16, in her home. A color
scheme of red and white was car
It was also a birthday celebra
tion for Mrs. Ramsey's husband
and son and daughter, whose birth
day,, also, come in the month of
The immediate family was in-
A kamikaze pilot was lunching
with some former American Navy
men, and in the course of the us
ual introductions, he said, "My
name is Chow Mein, and I was a
The Navy men were very much
surprised, and one of them said,
"If you were a kamikaze pilot,
you should be dead."
And he said, "Oh, no, me chick
en Chow Mein.
Boone Beth Briggs, a coed
from Madison County, is a mem
be r of the Appalachian State Col
lege Ski Club this year.
The Appalachian Ski Club be
gan ite function of training be
ginners and improving expert
encea' sMere during the school
year of 196S-63. Since that time
it has attracted 146 members
making it one of the most popular
The Ski Chub meets twice
week at the Blowing Rock Ski
Lodge. It functions tinder the
skilled guidance of Coach Eric De
Groat This year the club con
sists of 116 beginners and 30 ex
Beth, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Briggs, is a junior this
year and is working toward a ma
jor in Spanish. Beth enjoys va
rious sports in her spare moments.
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When I published the "who
dunit" mystery hut week and of
fared a slx-monthe" subscription
to those who wrote in the correct
solutions concerning Walter
Ward's story, I didn't think the
few readers of this column would
take off enough time to answer
I was wrong soon after the
paper was mailed I started (fet
ing anwers some correct some
wrong even had phone calls at
the office and at home in oth
er words, I found out that many
people read this column and also
many people can solve a mystery
many missed the subscription for
6 months by not guessing the three
CORRECT clues (published below)
some gave only one clue, oth
ers two some clues were not
adequately described some were
so evasive that they could not ba
considered either right or wrong
anyway, it was lota of fun
and the following persons are
among those answering correctly:
Mrs. John D. Edwards, Rt. 1,
Frank Huckner, Rt. 1, Alexan
der. Mrs. Olivo Edwards, Rt. 1, Mars
Mrs. Rosa Lee Sams, Rt. 3, Mar
shall. Mrs. Enoch Gunter, Rt. 3, Mar
Reeves Frisby, Rt. 2, Hot
Frank H. Payne, Allen Park,
Catherine Reece, Rt. 1, Marshall.
Mrs. Teddy Fox, Rt. 2, Marshall
Mrs. Perry Bowens, Rt. 6, Mar
Mrs. Lon Roberts, Rt. B, Mar
Avery Ramsey, Rt. 4, Marshall.
Mrs. Nadine Aikens, Rt. 8, Mar
shall. Fred Edmonds, Rt 3, Mars Hill.
Ann Capps, Rt. 1, Mars Hill.
Mrs. W. Jack Ball, Rt. 6, Mar
shall. Buena Frisbee, Hot Springs,
Wilson Payne, Hot Springs,
Clenawi Greene, Weaverville.
W. B. Freeeman, Rt 2.,' Leices
ter. Mrs. J. S. Holland, Rt 2, Ridge-
Mrs. Mary Ponder, Rt. 6, Mar
shall. Mrs. Raymond Hensley, Rt 2,
Fred Treadway, Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Leon Denier, Allen Park,
L. Claiborne Addison, Durham.
Arlon Massey, River Rouge,
Mrs. Polk Bryan, Rt. 1, Mar
Do you ever get mistaken for
somebody else? I was, pleasantly,
today. I was eating lunch in Page
and Pricey1! and this gentleman
spoke to me and titan came over
to my table. Re said, "You don't
remember me, do yOUT" I re
plied, "Why, yes, you are Mr. So
and Sol" He said, "No, I'm Some
I made the proper apologies, and
then he said, "Yon know who I
thought you were?" I knew then
I'd be called some fat so and so
that I probably hated, but I brave
ly said, "Who?" Here's the kill
er! He said, "I thought you were
Dr. McElroy'e wifsr Was I ever
flattered, but bless the man's
heart, he must need his glasses
changed because I could never
look so lovely as that beautiful
lady! My, that food really tasted
good, and I walked on air the rest
of the day!
In the first place, Ward told you
that he and Dick Slayton were
smoking the first two cigarettes
of a freshly-opened package. Yet
you found only IB smokes remain
ing in a package originally con
taining 20 cigarettes. In the sec
ond place, Ward was a little care
less in his description of the two
"robbers.' After telling you they
wore handkerchiefs over the low
er portions of their faces, he told
you one of the men was unshaven
something he could not have
seen through a handkerchief. You
also wonder why two robbers
would overlook the wallet in the
dead man's pocket.
So those of you who have
been wishing for a big enow fi
nally got your wish Saturday
about five to six inches of the
white staff it was pretty, wasn't
it? but it cut down traveling
to a minimum it was mighty
slick around here braved it
down for Sunday School and
church but then hibernated for the
rest of the day watched tele
vision until my ayes almost pop
ped out did you see Exodus on
TV? it was a mighty good
picture bnt I don't like these split
movies (one-half one week and
the last half the next week)
speaking of television, I wish
they'd show Peyton Place for an
hour ones a week rather than two
30-mlnute programs per week
outside sports of all kinds, I'd
still pick Lawrence Walk's pro
gram over all others who is the
vice president of one of -the slate's
largest colleges who rides a bi
cycle to work?? hie children
gave him a bike for a birthday
present and he prefers it for
transportation rather than his
I'm really enjoying these days
off from school as I know my stu
dents are. They have complained
that we weren't sver going to loso
any days this year due to snow,
but they sure must change their
tune now, eh, Linda Redmon and
Had a big time down for Gov
ernor Dan K. Moore's inaugura
tion along with Georgia, Marvin,
Eldridge, Tom and George. We
stayed at the Downtowner and the
first night were there a group
p-ave outgoing Gov. Sanford a
nartv there. Also Lt. Governor
Bob Scott and his four children
stayed at the ssme motel and they
were just like any other 6 and 7
year olds they had their fun,
too! I thought once of giving you
a "blow by blow" description of
the whole affair, but Pop's salary
scale for writing isn't at all at
tractive and besides, I've had too
many mid-term tests to grade to
even think of anything else for
over a weem
I'm thrilled that we will be out
of school for the inauguration of
President Johnson. Remember
re were oot four years ago
ohn F. Kennedy was sworn
in? Gee, I ears wouia nave -
day. but TWrw" """
see more wVing on lv 1 ,
being on 0 TTr
v if T were one ol Jrw .
I just wouldn't miss one bit of it!
t .lAsninar In we
Alliabgi.iv - r o
Observed I forgot to aouoie
space this and I can see -oiey
scratching those two lumps of hair
on his head Gonna run down
vnn-rviiio tjiinuTTOw to see
Daddy who is now in a nursing
home that is new and mddern in
all ways - Pearl ssys he really
likes it there Drop him a card
if you will; he'd be delighted
111 put his address in the sick
column will try to write again
The Women's Association of the
Marshall Presbyterian Church held
its first meeting of the year last
Thursday in the Fellowship Hall
st 2:80 p. m.
Mrs. A. M. Ramsey, president,
gave the call to worship, using
Romans 12, verses 1-21. Mrs. W.
C Rector gave devotions from
Galatians, chapter 1, and the Bi
ble study guide, "Live as Free
The mission yearbook of pray
er was given by Mrs. C. D. Bow
man. Following the business meeting,
a program on the United Nations
was presented. Mrs. C. D. Bow
man gave "Facts We Should Know
About United Nations," followed
by "The Churches' Relation to the
UniteW Nations," by Mrs. J. J.
Mrs. M. J. Ball, Mrs. R. B.
Chandler and Mrs. Wiley McHone
gave most interesting accounts of
their visit to the United Nations,
which they illustrated with eolsd
During the social hour which
followed, refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess, Mrs. J. J. Ram
Eunie Brown Is
Injured By Log:
Eunie Brown, of Marshall, is
improving after being admitted
to Memorial Mission Hospital last
week following a freak accident
While helping pull logs with s
truck near the home of S. L. Nix
on January 11, a set of log grabs
became unfastened and struck
Brown in the face.
Brown received a broken jaw
and facial lacerations.
He underwent surgery Monday
and was released Wednesday and
is now recuperating at the home
of his sister in West Aeheville.
To Meet Monday
The Marshall Eastern Star
Chapter wil hold a regular meet
ing Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
in the Masonic Temple.
All members of the Order are
Due to the Bnow and slick
roads, the household shower hon
oring Mrs. L. D. Roberts, which
was scheduled for last Saturday
night, was postponed. It has been
rescheduled for this Saturday
night at 7:30, and will be held in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Brooks at the west end of Mar
shall (opposite the Free Will
County Department of Public Wel
fare as a case worker while Mrs.
Mary M. Ponder is on leave.
Mrs. Ramsey is a graduate of
Marshall High School and West
ern Carolina College, Cullowhee,
where she received her B.S. de
gree In education. Prior to com
ing to Madison County she has
worked for the past year b) the
McDowell County Department of
Public Welfare, Marion.
Mrs. Ramsey is married to Wil
liam Donald (Bud) Ramsey, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cheever Ramsey
of Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Ram
sey and their 7 months old
daughter, Felicia, are residing at
present near Economy Oil Compa
ny on the Marshall-Asheville high
McKinley Ramsey, of Marshall,
received a broken rib Tuesday
when he accidentally slipped1 on
the ice near his home.
He is recuperating at his home
but will be unable to work for 8
Social Worker: 'Do you think
K's healthy to have all these hogs
in the house?'
Old man: "Well, I've had hogs
in this here house for forty-odd
years, and I ain't had one die on
O -Y- -Y- -Y- -Y- -Y- V- -Y- Y-
AT HOT SPRINGS
Clyde (22) Fore 2, Hawkins
6, Ferrels 6, Rathbone 7, Stuart
1, Layne, Caarnechi.
Hot Springs (23) Roberts 7,
Mudd 10, Holt 1, Brown 3, Price
Half time: 8-4, Hot Springs.
Clyde (52) McCracken 26,
Lindser 6. Outshaw 8. Ray 12,
Hot Springs (51) Padgett 6,
Lawson 8, Moore 1, Gentry 12,
Shelton 19, Huff 9.
Half time: 29-16, Hot Springs.
Anvnnn ran he a nower for ev
il, but it 'tae:reT eharacter to
be ft power for good.
Don Caldwell, Jr.
Student Center Mgr.
At MH College
Donald Caldwell Jr., has been
promoted to manager of the Stu
dent Center at Mars Hill College.
A graduate of Mars Hill and
Western Carolina, Caldwell step
ped up from assistant to manager.
The promotion represents a di
vision of duties for Donald Cald
well Sr., who has been manager
of both the college cafeteria and
the Student Center since 1964. He
continues as manager of the form'
er, which feeds the college's 1324
The Student Center operates a
snack bar and soda fountain, f
variety shop, the student post of'
fice and the college bookstore.
A sraduate of Mars Hfll Hign
School the younger Caldwell has
been employed as assistant man
ager in the Student center since
mid-1962. He is married to the
former Zane Irene WnVis, who
teaches at Biltmore Elementary
but decided to last Saturday sight
it wasnt the best I've aver
tasted, hot it wasnt the worst,
attfor Carl Bowman, Just back
from Florida, gave me some kind
of a fruit dont know tne name
of it hat it was delicious sorta
an orange-grapefruit combined
thanks, Carl had a mighty good
time at the 4-H Leaders' Banquet
here Wed. night Howard
liked the ham almost as
Mrs. Ed Niles
Is Hostess To
i Vota Vita Class
The Vota Vita Sunday School
Class of the Marshall Baptist
Church met Tuesday evening in
the home of Mrs. Ed L. Niles.
Mrs. Niles gave the devotions
on "Fear" and was assisted by her
daughter, Cynthia; and Mrs. Jack
Thomas. Mrs. Niles also had
charge of the program and led
the group in a number of con
tests. Prizes were awarded to
Mrs. James Story, Mrs. Guy White
and Mrs. Wade Huey.
Those attending were Mrs. E. C.
Teague, Mrs. Guy White, Mrs.
Wade Huey, Mrs. Jack Thomas,
Mrs. James Story and Mrs. Niles
and her daughter, Cynthia.
Silver In Florida
Harry Silver, county farm a-
gent, is spending this week in
Florida in the interest of the
tomato industry in Madison Coun
ty. He is located at Pompano
Beach and expects to return to
Marshall this week-end.
Accompanying Mr. Silver is
Virgil HoUoway, farm agent of
Haywood County, who is also
there concerning the tomato
industry for Haywood County.
The 'Jeep' Gladiator with4-wheel drive
has twice the traction of ordinary pick-up trucks.
Can you imagine a truck with 2 -wheel drive handling mud this deep?
When a 'Jeep' Gladiator gets down on all fours,
there lent much In nature that can stand in its way.
The 'Jeep' Gladiator with 4-wheel drive can get
through stormy weather and rough terrain that
would stop any conventional 2-wheel drive pick
up. That's because K has twice the traction. 'Jeep'
Gladiators plow through snow, slush through mud,
sail through downpours and give better control
And b"" t ?, bul to take l. a 'Jem' Qlfl-
ator is worth a mint when you get ready to sell it.
It holds Its value because it stays versatile.
So to your 'Jeep' dealer and test drive a 'Jeep'
Gladiator. Notice Its passenger car smoothness .
Then find a Mil. A steep one. Try It halfway M
2-wheel drive. Now throw the 'Jeep' Gladiator in
4-wheel drive. And hang on. You'll know then
what separates other pick-up trucks
from the "Unstoppables." tH
SB COnPORATtOK ARS
lay n I
New kind of pick-up truck
for twice the traction
with 4-wheel drive.
CODY MOTOR SALES,
ear sons people remain the
I did Barbara Capps
same rsgaiiflssa of
to 'era MM a good Job