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Club had successful
trip to the convention which wu
held in Asheville hut week end.
Members attending the convention
were: Lorraine Roberta, Jan La
Cutshall, Shirley Jn Franklin,
Brand Lander, Doris Franklin,
Judy Rice, Vergis Kay, Kathryn
Zimmerman, Dad Aikens, Linda
Gentry, Jerry Shelton, Janice Nor.
ton, and Teresa Zimmerman. Mr.
Louie Zimmerman, sponsor and
Mrs. Oleta Shelton chaperoned the
The ball gam between Mars
Hill and Laurel was played, al
though It rained intermittently.
The gam was won by Mars Hill,
3-1. Better lock next time, boys.
Oar next gam is April 16 with
Spring Creek at Laurel.
The PTSA was held Monday
night in the school cafeteria. Paul
Woo ten, a representative from the
West Phone Company, presented
The officers for the PTSA were
elected for the next year. They
are Mr. Bascom L. Lunsford, pres
ident; Miss Jana Lu Cutshall, sec
retary; Mrs. Thula Norton, vice
president; Miss Edith Shelton,
The Laurel FFA judging team is
entering the Blue Ridge Cattle
Judging to be held at Warren
Wilson College, Thursday, April
15. Schools from Buncombe, Yan
cey and Madison counties will be
represented. The following boys
are on the dairy team: Gary Cook,
Alvin Cutshall, Jerry Wallin and
Eddie Williams. Beef judging
team: Russell Franklin, Jimmy
Dean Cutshall, Spense Rice, and
Dean Landers. These boys will be
accompanied by Mr. Bascom L.
Lunsford, agriculture teacher.
Juniors and Seniors are looking
forward to their class trip which
includes Washington, D. C, and
New York City. They plan to
leave the 10th of May and return
the 16th of May. They will also
visit the World's Fair. Both class
es urge patrons of the school to
make their last two programs a
success: The Junior Play, April
23, and the Sock Hop, April 30.
A large crowd atteadad the re
vival at Bethel Christian Church
There is a lot of sickness in the
community at this time.
Mrs. Cecil Pantto Is expected
home Tuesday from Memorial
Mission Hospital where she has
been undergoing treatment 'or n
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Norton,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitson, of
Asheville went to Douglas Lake
Saturday night on a camping and
fishing trip. They caught several
fish and reported a nice time.
Stevie Friabee returned to his
school classes Monday after be
ing absent several days due to
Ron Shetley of High Point
spent a few days at home with
his parents, Mr. and Mr. Bill Set
ley, last week.
Mrs. Carolina Pangle visited
Becky Wyatt Friday.
Mrs. Hardy Wiliest of Upper
Meadow Fork visited Mrs. Buens
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Brooks of
Bluff visited Mrs. Carolina Pan
Today a car without a mortgage
seems to lack one of our really
STOP AND THINK
The fellow who's inclined to lead
a fast life should drop his anchor
j before it's too late.
tie of Home
In Pnnntu '
April 19 Bench Glen
will meet with Mrs.
Jms Robinson st 2 p. m.
Tuesday, April 20 District
IV HD Meeting at the First Bap
tist Church, Bumsville, at 8:30 s.
Wsdnendsy, April SI Mars
Hill HO Crab will meet with Mrs
Harry Wells at 2 p. m.
Thursday, April 22 Little
Pine HD Cob will meet with Mrs.
Vader Shelton at 1:30 p. m.
Be sure yorre right then
turn end bake another lok.
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1,874,027 PEOPLE DID NOT DIE
Fifteen years ago, before the wonder drugs were
discovered death claimed 10.8 out of every 1,000
people in the U. S. But today, the death rate is down
to 9.2 per 1,000 people the lowest in history. This
means that 1,874,027 people DID NOT DIE in the
past IS year thanks to the antibiotics, the hor
mones, and the other miracle prescriptions which
are now available. Thai's why we say:
Today's Prescription is the BIGGEST BARGAIN in
Bring your prescriptions to
MARSHALL, N. C
7 1 J
' Marta D and
Hundreds Of Other Items Are
iving Fer Summer & Spring
You Can Always Find What
The Family Needs At
McKinney's Dept. Store
Marshall, N, C.
Judy Gail Kuykendall Is
Wed To Ralph Lee Baldwin
Miss Judy Gsil Kuykendall,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Kuykendall of Asheville RFD 1,
was married to Ralph Lee Bald
win Saturday. April S. 1965. at
7:30 p. m., in Cole's Cove Baptist
Mr. Baldwin is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. 3. A. Baldwin of Mar
shall. The Rev. Jack Johnson conduct
ed the ceremony end wedding mu
sk was given by Mrs. Artis Peek,
soloist, and Mrs. Mary Brigman,
lbs bride, given in marriage by
her rather, wore a white taffeta
gown with appliqued lace and lace
bodice and a veil attached to a
seed pearl coronet She carried a
white Bible topped with a white
Mrs. Elaine Baldwin, sister-in
law of the bridegroom, was matron
of honor. She wore a pink lace
and chiffon dress and carried
Richard Baldwin of Weaverville
was his brother's best man and
ushers were Paul Kuykendall,
brother of the bride, and Jerry
Gwaltney, both of Asheville.
A reception followed in the home
of the Richard Baldwins, with
Mrs. Brigman and Mrs. Mack Tip
ton assisting- . jl! M
The bH&TlIf ffra&te of Nbrth
Mi-. RnlnK Iaa R.Mw.'w
Buncombe High School and is em
ployed at Conrad Embroidery
Company in Weaverville.
Mr. Baldwin is a graduate of
Marshall High School and is a
farmer in Marshall, where the
couple will 'live.
Mars Hill Cops
4th Win In Row
Charles Tolley pitched two hit
ball and fanned 11 as Mars Hill
High rolled to its fourth win
against no defeats in baseball by
whipping Marshall, 5-0, here Mon
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FORM OF RESOLUTION
Town of Marshall Election
A Resolution By The Board Of Aldermen Of The Town Of Marshall
Calling A Regular Election For The Purpose Of Electing A Mayor
And Three Members Of The Board Of Aldermen.
Be It Resolved By The Board Of Aldermen Of The Town Of (Marshall
That, in accordance with the general laws of the State of North Car
olina, The Board Of Aldermen hereby calls for an election to be held
in the Town of Marshall on Tuesday, May 4, 1965, the same being
Tuesday after the first Monday in May, the date established by law
for said election. Said election shall be conducted for the purpose of
electing a Mayor and three Aldermen by voters of the town. The
Mayor and each Alderman shall be elected to hold office for a term
of two years and until their successors are elected and qualified.
Be It Further Resolved that the polling place shall be the first floor
of the City Hall and where the fire trucks are located.
Be It Further Resolved that Pearl R. Rector be and is hereby Appoint
ed as Registrar; that Wade Huey and Abe Price be and they are ap
pointed as Judges of said election.
Be It Further Resolved that all persons eligible to vote in the Town
Election as defined by general law, shall be eligible to register and
vote in the herein said election called.
Be It Further Resolved that the Registrar be and is hereby directed
to open the registration books for the purpose of recording therein
the names of all persons eligible to be registered who did not register
for the last preceding municipal election.
Be It Further Resolved that the Registrar shall open the books at
9:00 A. M., on Friday, April 16, 1966, and shall keep said books open
from 9 A. M. until 5:00 P. M., each day for seven (7) days, excluding
Sunday, for the registration of any new electors, except that on Sat
urday, April 17 the books shall remain open until 9 P. M.
Be It Further Resolved that Saturday, April 24, 1966 shall be Chal
lenge Day, and that any person desiring to challenge any name includ
ed in said registration books shall on this day advise the Registrar
and Judges of this fact. The Registrar and Judges shall thereupon
eat a date and a time for the hearing of the challenge, but said date
ishall be no later than Monday, May 3, 1966.
Be It Further Resolved that this Resolution be published in a news
paper having general circulation in the Town of Marshall, and shall
be posted at the City Hall.
CLARENCE NIX, Mayor
J. C. DODSON, Clerk
4-H Club Meets
Friday Night, 7:30 O'clock and
Starts Saturday Morning at 10 o'clock
APRIL 16 & 17th
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1153 Forest Street
. Greeneville, Teii.
(One-half block off Asheville Highway)
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New and Used Furniture, new stock power saws,
drills, Sabra saws, socket sets, box and open end
wrench seta, senders, electric soldering equipment,
complete line small appliances, ah compressors,
watches, jewelry, luggage. Other items too
FREE DOOR PRIZES
GREENEVILLE AUCTION & SALES
BOB NEAS, Auctioneer
Phone 638-8921 Greeneville, Tenn.
The monthly meeting of the
Walnut-Hopewell 4-H Club was
held Monday, April 6 in the Wal
nut school. Slides on 4-H Camp
were shown by Charlotte Shupe,
and 4-H Camp was discussed. 12
members were present. Refresh
ments were served by David Allen
and Gary Payne. The next meet
ing will be held May 3.
"I used to
cry for no
reason at all"
One of the first
No wonder woman feels like
erring! The suffocating surge
of hot flashes one minute; cold,
clammy perspiration the next
can make a woman wonder
"What's come over me)"
Change-of-life panic sets
nerves on edge, fills her with
Provn holp ! WoUMffl bHbt
wonMin in doctors tosts got
rvmanianie reiier irom not
Used Cars & Trucks
1966 CORVAIR Monza Coupe;
110 horsepower Engine; 4
speed Transmission; Radio and
Heater; Less than 7,000 miles;
1961 CHEVROLET Impala 4
door Hardtop; V-8 Engine;
Powerglide Transmission; Solid
1960 IMPALA 4-door Hardtop;
V-8; Automatic; Clean
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MARSHALL, N. C
Dealer Franchise No. 2456