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IAN. 21, ItM
CARD OF THANKS
Ths family of 0. B. HuMjf U
presses their thanks and apprsci
ation to all their many friend,
relative and ni-hbori and to the
Rev. E. r. Sprinkle nd the Br
Cheater htaiu, and the Kv
Harry Sellers, the singers; and
for the beautiful floral arrant
mente, food, cards and many acta
of ktndn ahown duriac the ill
Rata and recant death of our be
loved husband and father.
MRS. D. B. HANKY
MR. and MBS. ALBERT HANEY
fill Cracks And
Mooepr ro ouDstttute.
Mrs. Ballew, Native
Of County, Buried
At Piney Grove
Mrs. Charlotte Jane Ballew, 88,
died Sunday, January 17, 1966 In
the home of a nsphsw, 8. W. Bal
lew of Salem Avenue, Weaverville
following a long Htnsss
She was a native of Madison
County, and formerly resided on
Deaverview Road prior to moving
to Weaverville five years ago. She
waa a member of Cedar Hill Free
Will Baptist Church.
Surviving are two sons, Henry
of Barnardsville and Prank Bel
low of Weaverville; two daugh
ters, Mrs. Box ie Lunaford of
Stocksville and Mrs. Kate Hall of
Travelers Rest, S. C; 22 grand
children; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services were held at 10 a. m ,
Tuesday in Morris-Hendon-Black
Funeral Home of AahevHle.
The Rev. Robert Harris offieiat
ed and burial was in Piney Grove
Baptist Church Cemetery in Mad
ison County. Pallbearers were
Jan. 1 Marshall-horn
Ian. 82 Clyde home
Jan. 26 at Laurel
Jan. at Pines Creek
fab. 2 at Hot Springs
Pan. 6 open
Pab. 9 open
Fab. 12 open
Man who lack the courage to
stand alone aren't fit to lead.
Mars Hill High
Jan. 22 Cane River home
Jan. 26 Marshall away
Jan. 29 Blast Yancey away
Feb. 2 Cane River away
Feb. 6 Laurel home
Feb. 9 Bast Yancey home
Feb. 12 Hot Springs away
In loving memory fW daar
husband, Thomas B, Oook, who
aaed away one year ago thin
month January 8, 1964.
Gone but not forgotten, for no
one can ever take your plans; for
in my heart is a lOWsV-spamory
that will last forever, awl I bopo
it won't be long until OOd will
call me home to be with yon, my
Loved and sadly mlaeeU by his
wifs. ' '
MRS. THOMAS B. COOK
Rt. 4, Box 84, Msrehall, N. C
NOTICE OF SALE
t... miwAiLm. ,.f m Or
der of the Superior Court of Mad-
(inn rVasaS as ssssl Am In fiUsi nrlssl
Proceeding entitled "Ella Morrow,
Petitioner, vs. Charlie J. Morrow;
Henry Turner and Wife, Lillian
signed Commissioner will on Sat
urday, the 80th day of January,
1966. at 12:00 o'clock, noon, at the
Court House Door, in Marshall,
f nr sale to
the highest bidder for cash cer
tain tract of land lying and being
particularly oeaonoea as xouowa.
Adjoining use lanoe or vineuu
Plemmons, Eli Hippe, and others;
BEGINNING on a chestnut in
the gap of a ridge on W. J. P.
Plemmons and B. B. Plemmons
Corner; and rune thence North 78
deg. East 62.2 poles to the Old M.
L. Duckott and B. B. Plemmons
MBS. HUBERT P ANGLE,
fV.-.K.r tn ii rh mi nut: thence an
Wltr Douirlas Buckner SN, EaHterlv Course to a poplar. B. B.
has returned to his ship, the USS iiPlemons and M. L Duckott Cor-
George Eastman TAQSV, artcr . .r,rW:
thence East with M. L. Duckctt
29c - 57c i
,nUii Anlav leave with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
ty Buckner of Marshall Rt. 2, and
his mother and sister, Mrs. Lu
'cille Buckner and Ann Buckner of
Asheville. The George Eastman
YAG-39 home port is Pearl Har
bor in the Hawaiian Islands.
FROZEN BLUE STAR
MEAT PIES 4
NO LIMIT AT A&P!
Hsskl V"----"r"Wsf sr
PRlglS IN THIS AD ARE EFFECTIVE THRU,, SAT., JAN. 23
A&P SOLID LIGHT MEAT
A&P SLlGEb'OR HALVED SPECIALLY PRICED
FREESTONE PEACHES 2
SWtETj JULICY, FLORIDA TEMPLE
U.S. Now 1 WASHED WHITE
tuna gr g c
l-Lb. ft Asa 11
i3-oz. nMc 11
CAM WWW II
"I used to
cry for no
reason at all"
' One of the first
No wonder ft WOman feels like
crying I The suffocating surge
of hot flashes one minute ; cold,
clammy perspiration the next
can make a woman wonder
"What's come over met"
Chnge-of-life panic sets
nerves on edge, fills her with
Proven helpl Woman after
woman bi doctors' tests got
remarkable relief from hot
Some women worry themselves
sick; some wome,do some
thing abouVawesSme change-of-life
have found that Lydia E.
Pinkham Tablets helped them
as dramatically, as quickly as
this gentle medication has
helped other women. Not a
new, johnny-come-lately rem
edy, but a tried and trusted
"friend". ..to relieve func
tional mid-life complaints. ..to
relieve woman's burden of suf
fering! Get Lydia E. Pinkham
linn tst ibHrtnlrt on tOD Of the
mountain; thence South to a chest
nut near a rock cliff in H. W.
Freeman line; thence Southeast
(to a chestnut in the gap 01 ine
ridge; thence a South Course to
an ash, conditional comer made
by B. B. Plemmnofl, and fc.. 1
Freeman; thence straight line with
the N. B. Freeman line a west
Course to a chestnut on top of a
ridge, W. J. F. Plemmons and
B. B. Plemmons Corner; thenee a
North Course witn me meajiuv
of the ridge to W8 aB,v!TNG J an
iVw vi -ores, more or ieD.
' " . . . .... ..ntru TO
-nticai prwperiy wnw" -Charles
E. Plemmons by M. y
bv deed dated
January 6, 1948, recorded in Book
77, page 101 in the uriice oi uie
Kegistter oi ueeas m iuiii
REFERliNC'lU IS Htncu i
Mjm? t.h Madinon County
Registry to Deed Book 8Z, page
102, where. 18 recorded a aeeo
dated December 30, wz, ior
above described tract of land from
flharks E. Plemmons and wile,
Eloise Y. Plemmons, to C. u.
Sprouse. . , , .
This being the ideattcal tract of
land described in a certain aeea
dated the 19th day of December,
1955. from C. G. Sprouseto vwt-
u- T m-wvm. otM? '-Wife. Ella Mor-
v:-u .-J Tlowl in dulv re-
row, which uMiv-
corded in Recdra of Deeds Book
No 86, on Page it7, uuis"."
County Registry; and reference ia
hereby made to saia owk "
page for a further description oi
Said sale is maoe nuujc v
infects that would be revealed by
an accurate survey.
The highest Diaoer win ue in
quired to make a deposit in the
amount of ten per cent of his bid
at the time of the sale as evidence
of his good faith, and said sale
shall remain open for ten days
after the filing of the Report of
Bale for an increased bid as pro
vided by law.
This the 30th day of December,
A. E. LEAKE, Commissioner
1-7, 14, 21, 28c
We were very sorry to hear of
the death of Mrs. Burnett Pangle
at Spartanburg, a C who passed
away Monday. Our sympathy to
the bereaved family. Mr. Paagla
Ii a brother of Hubert Pangle of
Mr. and Mm. Spencer Rollins,
of Ridgeway, Va., spent from
Wednesday until Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pangle.
While here they did the following
visiting: Wed., they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Will Parfcer; also Mrs.
Callie Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Trantham and Freddy; Thurs
thev and Mrs. Carolina Pangle,
Cecil Pangle and Ken visited Mr.
and Mrs. Jack V. Joyce of Mea
dow Fork; Uter they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Fate Woody and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wyatt
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fowler
frnd children. Mr. Holland had
supper Thursday night with Mr
anrl Mrs. Jesse Keener; Friday he
visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tran
tham and Mr. Bill Moore.
Arthur Fowler and1 Glenn Wy-
att were in a car wreck hatuniay-
Arthur was hurt very badly and
is in Memorial Mission Hospital
at this time. Glenn was treated
at tho hospiUl and released.
Mr. Boyce Stamey of the Mea
dow Fork section is very ill and in
Asheville hospital. We hope
. hotter. He is a faith-.
ful worker in church and Sunday
Jinrnv Rollins visited freay
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pangle au
children visited Mr. and Mrs.
Wade Gardin and Mr. and Mrs.
k Cndnv. They also
uan imnu"" w -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Handy All -
. of Spring Creek late -Ronnie
Allison of Higbt Point
n.t the weekend witn nis p
ents, Mr. and wirs
Having qualified as Executor
of the Aetata if ft L. Story, de
oos sod, late of Mtmmf and Bun
combe Counties, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned
at Marshall, N. C, on or before
the 14th dny of July, 1W6, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
tK.,lr MMMMH Sit fa.
debtedto said estate wiU "lieas
late payment W. ,
This the 14th day of January,
JAMES I. STORY, Executor.
You turn dial AH I I
frumlto9for "4 1 I sW
the exact JVv tagskassr
setting that AfF Ur
brd Afaff Steel Bladei
ON N. C. HIGHWAYS
RALEIGH The Motor Vehicles
Department's Summary of traffic
deaths through 10 a. m., Monday,
January 18 i
Killed to date
Killed to date last year
Having qualified as Administra
trix of the estate oi earner v..
Brooks, deceased, late of Madison
County, North Carolina, this is tp
notify all persons naving cmim
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned at 781 South
?trt Ha istiurv. iorm
r uiiui. www., , J
r nn nr bpfmre the 8th day
of July, 1965, or this Notice will
i i j i- l - f Viotw roi'nv-
be pioaaea in um v
aii noronnu inHi4ited to said
ei y. aii jici"u"u . - -
KSMXW wx -
payment to the "nderal,edoc.
This 3UW1 aay oi ureoumm,
731 South Fulton Street
Salisbury, North Carloina
1-7, 14, 21, 28c
GOT YOU DOWN?
IN JUST 24 HOURS
Pep up kidney function or your
39c back. Getting up nights, ir
regularity, aches and pains may
be cause! by functional muiic,
disorders. BURETS, a gem-
tonic-diuretic, helps rn"
crease, regulate passage. NOW
Schedule of Home
Ctoo In County
ion 9fi Bull Creek
HD Club will .meet at the Club
House at 8 p. m., vnth Mrs.
Phillips as hostess.
8 No. Pack Square
ASHEVILLE, N. C
Meat Loaf Plate
Choice of One Vegetable
COFFEE or TEA
CHOICE of SANDWICHEl
HOME MADE PIES
STARTING TODAY! MIDWINTER
Clyde L English
MARS HILL, N. C if.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
Financed and Written
NORTH CAROLINA 1
fied as istratrix of the es
atate of Joseph Samuel Wood, de
ceased, late of Madison County,
this is to notify au Pe0.";"
ing claims against earn v
thtm to the undersigned,
en or before the 14th day of 3W
1966, or this notice win oe pwr
-j ; k, rvf thAi'r recovery. All
Arsons indebted ,eW estate
will please mak imrXediate pay-
nun. rnp inueuuKi
. Tfcia the 7th oay er.
1996. .: '2 'tA MAir
MARGIE a. wuw,
Route 3, Hot
8 A. M. to 12 Noon
THE L. P. ROBERTS
MARSHALL, N. C
1 . 1
RED-HOT SALES) of
our record-breaking '65 Fords
have leaded our lots with
sizzling savings on used cars.
Our deals are almost too hot
it's the time of the year we turn on the heat
r" with used car btiy&that can't be beat! Many
r , maKes, j-nrodels, Vicluding choice A l Used
Cars : . iHsprecr'rtj nfc;i
essary, road-tested for your protection, and-aH
" Bale-prlcecf'to sell out fast.
Nothine held back for the relatives ... every
car must go! Low cash, long terms,-and we
can even take your present car in trade;
For a deal almost too hot to handle,
coma see your Ford Dealer now!