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JANUARY 24, 1966
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Memory Selection: "He that
findeth his life shall lone it: and
he that loseth hia life for my sake
Hhall find if
Lesson Text: Matthew 10:27-42.
In this new unit which we be
pin today we will endeavor to un
derstand and accept the fact that
J Involve ua la tenalono andl oonflie
but it will be our earnest hop
that they will also aid ua in ap
preciate JW as an example
and helper to all mankind.
During (be course of hia mm
istry Jesus stirred up some quite
violent opposition. This oppoai
tion cams from all sides, and was
manifested vehemently from the
unlettered all wav to lettered men
in the ruling classes. Some of this
opposition csme from a sense of
outrage, for Jesus did not do
things in the accepted traditions.
He recruited his chosen twelve
from working classes instead of
from the higher echelons; he con
torted publicly with tax collect
ors (who were despised greatly
in Biblical times because the work
ed for the Roman conquerors) and
Binners. Jesus answer to mis,
however, was that the righteous
man did not need him a sbadly as
did the weaker brethren who need
ed to be saved.
Jesus further confounded the
religious lead.'re of that day be
cause, to them, he openly flouted
their religious rites, regarding
he, with his
threatened their positions
ar over the people.
And while Jesus himself
ed great hardships at the hands
of the very people for who,
was destined to give his life, he
never whitewashed the ugly fact
ity of the men he had ohosen, that
they never flinched from the teak
of spreading the Gospel no mat
ter what they had to endure to
fulfill their Master's trust,
We would do well, at this tags,
aUnds steadfast to Ida inner
and sJm asan wfco,
his views ar opposed, feels
martyred, simply because
sway everyone to nis
Kaint The former is strong
in character, the latter weak.
There are few of us today who
bra called upon to face oppoai
With Our Boy.
" In Service
that his disciples would also have jtion in defense of our faith to One
to subject themselves to similar I extent to which the early Chris-
hardships. But such was the qual-
mk f ws were, would we be a
steadfast i" our con vie turns as
were the disciples and martyrs of
Jesus' ministry T They were in
spired by the example Jesus set
them; surely we can Oe equally
loyalty to the King of Hosts will these as bein man-made and of
to ssk ourselves: "Are WE worthy naired.
disciples?" The cross is the sym-l tb. ,h nave our crosses to bear
bol of Christianity; that fact is M we go through life, and some
well-known the world over. It An much, much heavier than oth
symbolizes something that to live yfe a loved ons struck
out in daily life, however, is of- 'down by a dread disease, and our
tentknes an extremely hard thing hearts and minds rebel in help
to do. jess anger, brought on by the
Christ said 'Blessed are they senes of our own Inadequacy
which are persecuted for right- Sometimes indeed, it is very hard
eousness sake . Note tnose for US to accept uoa s win, miu
ast three words "for right-'cry out: "Why? . . . Why?" It
eousness' sake." Those little words takes all our discipline to noia on
school at AmariUo AFB. Texas
His new unit is past of the vast
ATC system which trains airmen
and officers in the diverse skills
required by the nation's aaresnaea
The airman attended Mam Hill
no great significance. He further make the
difference between a to our belief that if we will only
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 50 years are to list their polls during the same time. Return of
property and giving in of polls are required, under the pains and penalties impos
ed by law.
There will be NO EXTENSION of time given unless an emergency arises
ALL TAXES MUST BE LISTED DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY
Following are the List Takers for 1965 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. 23 Frank Maney's Store; Jan. 30 Lee Maynard's
Store ; other week days at Hill's Store.
T-5 C.N.WUKs,Jr. ,
Jn. 9 C. B. Jarvis' Gulf Station; Jan. 16 W. M.
Carter's Shell Station; Jan. 23 & 30 P. W. Ramsey's
Store Building; other week days at home.
T-6 Nealey Bradburn f , ' -
Jan. 9 Paul Buckner's Store; Jan. 16 Don Reeves'
Store ; At Home All Other Week Days.
T-7 Mrs. M. J. Ball
Jan. 9 J. O. McGalliard's Residence; Jan. 23 Cle
ophas Davis Place; 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
Jan. 9 Caldwell's Store; Jan. 16 Goforth's Store;
Jan. 23 Willett's Store; Jan. 30 Willett's Store; Oth
er week days at home.
T-9 Mattie Ray Ramsey
Jan. 9, 16, 23 & 30 Hot Springs Town Hall; Jan.
21 Stackhouse 10:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.; Jan. 13
& 27 M. J. Ricker's Store 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p. m.;
Jan. 11, 18, 25 At Home.
T-10 Burgin Chandler
ooJn- 9Home: 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. SO Z. F.
Ingle s Store; Other week days at home
T-12 Mrs. Clement Buckner
T Jan,9TIsaac Worley's Store; Jan. 16 Earl Roberts';
Jan. 23 Upper Big Pine; Other week days at home.
T-13 Miss Essie Mooneyham
Jan. 9 Hardy Willett's Store; Jan. 16 Homer Plem
morts Store; Jan. 23 Le McGaha's Store; Jan. 80
Hardy Willett's Store; Other week days at home.
T-14 -James Coates fjfF''
t 3: I Bruce's Store; Jan. 16 Arlington Branch
Inttrspction; Jan. 23 Bruce's Store; Any Monday
and Thursday nighte at home.
T-15 Paul Brigg.
Jan. 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 80 at Mars Hill
T-16 Edward Hoyle
Jan. 9 Slave's StnrA- I.. t i.t.M fitnna- .Tan
rt - van. Aw VRfFw uiv- ,
23 Home; Jan. 30 Slagle's Store: Other week days
W. B. ZINK, Tax Supervi
Pfc. JOHN H. ROBERTS re
turned to Germany after visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Roberts, of Long Branch.
Roberts is stationed in B&mbur,
Germany in Co. B, 2nd Bn., 54th
Infantry. He is an armored per
sonnel carrier driver. After fin
ishing school at Marshall in 1963,
he entered the Army and received
his basic training at Fort Gordon,
Ga. He has been in Germany for
a year. He recently visited his
sister and brother-in-law, Sp. 5
Charles E. Hunter and family who
live in Boelengen, Germany.
Ktiingen, Gemany (AHTNC)
Amy Sgt. Harold B. Griffin, 26.
son or Mr. and Mrs. Edd W. Grif
fin, Rt. 1, Mars Hill, was gradu
ated from the 3d Infantry Divi
sion Non-Commlaslonsd Officer
(NCO) Acadamy in Kittingen,
Germany, Jan. 8.
Sergeant Griffin received five
weeks of rigorous training in lead
ership and exercise of command,
map reading, the history of weap
ons and military teaching meth
ods. He is a member of Battery C,
3d Howitzer Battalion, of the di
vision's 76th Artillery. Griffin
entered the Anmy in July 1957
and was stationed at Fort Hood,
Texas before arriving overseas in
July 1964 on this tour of duty.
Willard W. Cole, 81,
County Native, Diee
Willard W. Cole, 81. of Hen
dersonville Rt 5, died Thursday
night. January 14, 1966 at the
home of a sister, Mrs. Tennis
Swann of Hendersonville, after a
He was a nativs of Madison
County and had resided in Hender
sonville for 16 years. Ht was a
member of Laurel Union Meth
Services were held at 2 p. m.,
Sunday in the Paint Gap Baptist
The Rev. Claude Rice and the
Rev. Bert Styles officiated and
burial was in Metcalf Cemetery
in Yancey County.
Pallbearers wore Carl Robinson,
HarUel Adams, Laxton and Se
vier Anderson, David Johnson and
San Antonio, Tex. Airman
Marvin E. Woody, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim E. Woody of Rt. 8, Mars
Hill, has completed Air Force ba
sic military training at Lackland
AFB, Texas. . 2rc
Airman Woody has been select
ed for technical training aa a fire
protection specialist at the Air
Training Command (ATC) school
at Chanute AFB, 111. His new
unit is part of the vast ATC sys
tern which trains airmen and of
ficers in the diverse skills requir
ed by the nation's aerospace force.
The airman attended Mars Hill
San Antonio, Tex. Airman
Howard Carver, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Carver of Rt. 3, Mars
Hill, has completed Air Force ba
sic military training at Lackland
Airman Carver has been select
ed for technical training aa an air
craft maintenance specialist at the
Air Training Command (AiJ
Amazing Compound Dissolves
Common Warts Away
Without Catting or Burning
Doctors warn picking or scratch
ing at warts may cause bleeding,
spreading. Now amazing Com
pound W penetrates into warts,
destroys their cells, actually melts
warts away without cutting or
burning. Painless, colorless
Compound W, used ao directed,
removes common warts safely,
effectively, leaves no ugly scars.
trust in Go He will see ua
through. No time of testing ia
ever easy, but disciplined life,
dedicated to a life of the highest
Christianity, of which we are ca
pable, witnesses mora powerfully
The sergeant attended Mars
Hill High School.
U. S. Forces, Okinawa (AHT
NC Army Pvt. William R.
Johnson, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Johnson, Hot Springs, was
assigned to the U. S. Signal Group
on Okinawa, Dec. 31.
A communications center spe
cialist in the group's 999th Sig
nal Company, Johnson entered the
Army in June 1964 and received
basic training at Fort Gordon, Ga.
He is a 1964 graduate of Hot
Springs High School.
Okinawa (FHTNC) Marine
Private First Class Ralph M. Lov
ing, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph M. Loving, Sr., of Marshall
Rt. 5 has completed advanced
combat training in preparation
for transplacement to the Far
East while serving with the Sec
ond Battalion, First Marine Reg
iment, Camp Pendleton, Calif.
The battalion will be assigned
to the Third Marine Division on
Okinawa for 18 months.
During this period he will spend
time aboard ship as the sea ae-
lault force for the Seventh Fleet
Surviving in addition to the sis
ter are two daughters, Mrs. Estoy
Metcalf of Asheville Rt. 1, and
Mrs. Ruth Walto of Baltimore,
Md.; two sons, Ernest and Ted
Cole of Marshall Rt 2; one broth
er, Hicks Cole of Relief; ten
grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren.
Funeral Home was in
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our appreci
ation to our friends for their ex
pressions of sympathy, the food,
snd all other kindnesses shown
during the loss of our beloved one.
MRS. LEE WYATT and Family
Jan. 26 Mars Hill - Home
Ian. 29 Spruce Pine - There
Feb. 2 N. Buncombe - There
eh. 9 Cane River - Home
Feb. 5 Rosrnan there
Feb. 12 Tipton Hill Home
Fab. 16 . East Yancey - Home
Feb. 19 Laurel - There
All varsity games start at
7jp0 p. m.
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-speed trans
mission; Radio, Heater; Solid Red with White
Top and Black Interior
1961 CHEVROLET 4-door 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
1958 CHEVROLET 4-door Biacayne; V-8 engine;
19S8 FORD 2-door Hardtop; Automatic Transmis
sion; V-8 engine
1957 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan; V-8 engine; Radio,
Heater; Straight Drive
1957 FORD 4-door Sedan; V-8 engine; Straight
Drive. A Bargain
1961 CORVAIR Ramp Side Pickup; 6-cylinder;
Heater & Defroster
1961 CHEVROLET Va-ton Truck; 6-cylinder engine;
Heater & Defroster. Clean
1988 CHEVROLET Va-ton Track; 6-cylinder; Heater
& Defroster; 4 new recapped tires
1960 DODGE Va-ton Truck; V-8 engine; Heater &
'WBSBHfer 'ti, v-' . 'weIjii. .i. ... 2j
1983 CHEVROLET 2 Ton Track; Cab Over Engine.
A real farm track
1983 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup; V-8 Engine; low
mileage; one owner.
1988 GMC -ton Pickup
1980 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup
French Briid Chevrolet Co., Inc.
MARSHALL, N. C
than the moat inspired oratory.