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program m V, : Vacat Iflni MOO Persons To March; IK Psurade To Future Float, Pupils After an sbeence of . several 7n the Vai'm.MlK parade will be resumed here Sa iian 1 fl 1 111 1 1 (tm "- HflB! ?VHLl Wesley Pike, chairrtjp of the VBS parage, stated tbSn estl-f mated looo of the French relation would parade which will o'clock. parade pupils, will be Sunday School and other churon adding color M be numeiotr lusts acraethle dilsjfiflwyW ' ' Mr. Pike stated each church should have a banner, two feet wid:;i(Ut eat long with tie mijfa-yfalia-. shussh ea it, sad, VBS under the nana of the church. ' He suggests that tine baniawapf pttwif canvas or domestic cloth. ach church is also asked to bring their flags and Bibles. Those carry flag and Bibles will march behind their pA hv tha nunila. Mr. It is requesWl that all; aarf children be accompanied by mm. parents. All children arc expected to wear shoes as the streets here will be at a very high temperature this time of year. All parade participants are asked to assemble on the Island prior to two o'clock. Anyone wishing ioato last-r.iir repairs ts may do so anytime Saturday morning on the Island. It has also been announced that refreshments, sponsored by the Marshall Merchants Association, will be served after the parade. David B. Roberts, VBS Mr Pike; the Moderator; Mrs, Sunday School and the Rev. David FieW Worker of Baptist A. appreciation for the cooperation received by the Town of Marshall, the Mer chants Associativa, tjne ehiurtfaes and officials of the various Bible Schools, parents and children. OPENER, 9-5 SAT. Also Triumphs, 11-5, Ovor Leicester In Second Outing, Sunday tsJfsBrjgjBl, former Marshall High standout, pitched and batted the Madison Nine to a 9-6 win over French Broad in a Buncombe; County League game Saturday. firiggs allowed IS hits but had 3 singles and a doable in pacing! Madison's 14 bit attack. Doug Ponder bad 8V including a solo Nix drove in 6 runs. Donnie Freeman and Roy White had 3-5 to pace the French Broad attack while' Frank Cdum absorb ed the loijs. : .: ' V-VI F. Broad 100 000 121 5 .iff ft M. Nine ISO 302 OOx 9 14 3 Odum and Friinli luij HK and Reeves. W Briggs; L Od um. HD D. Ponder (MN), 1st, one on. The Madison Nine rode a lusty 14 hit attack to aufcfae Leicafjjft 11-6 in a BCL game. Sunday . at Leicester. 8qi0$PifaM i mm Doug Ponder esab t 2-run hom- Tohy children ana OW aauiis Broad Baptist As-I Taking jfe JttM tajtfHfteWBS w' wiu 0-1 trutb or in- I Superintendent; ReFisner. SnerintoaSnt: French Broad exoressed r " 1 . excellent MADISON NINE WINS BC LEAGUE r each .had 2 hits for LeiM-M. Nine was I fiasssssssssssssssssssBssssssssnssssB Doug Ponder spaced 9 hit. and Dlul Ken Sanford of Hart well, Ga., baa been named coach at Mar shall High School lor next year. He is a graduate of Western Carolina College. GROWERS URGED Burley - tobacco growers should devote all their efforts this year toward producing high quality to-Um- mthiir 'than toward TMaxi- Ralpn TfiSManwey, ornce maiwg- ajK'"'Ke Madison County Agri cultural Stshilbietion atid Conser vation Service. He pointed- out that 1966 per ere ykhVwlIl not be used in establishing tobacco farm poundage quotas under the recently authorized acresge-pond-age program. , Ramsey explained that the to bacco acreage-poundage legislation enacted by the Congress earlier Alt year provides that the Sec retary of Agriculture shall, not later than January 1, 1966, con sult with representatives of the burley tobacco industry includ ing growers, farm organisations, and cooperative associations to obtain their recommendations and (Continued To Last Page) 3-Car Collision In Weaverville Hurts 3 Women Three persons were injured in a three-car collision at the inter section of U. S. 19-28 and Dula Springs road in Weaverville last Thursday about 4 p. m. Admitted to Memorial Mission Hospital were Mrs, Floyd Ray, and her mother, Mrs. Grace Rid dle, both of Mars Hill, and Mrs. Peggy Burleson of North Fork road, Barnardsville. Mrs. Ray suffered facial injur ies. Mrs. Riddle was treated for multiple lacerations and knee in juries. Mrs. Burleson suffered lacerations of the face, knees and arms and possible chest injuries. Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Burleson ware listed as being in satisfactory, condition and Mrs. Riddle was re ported in fair condition. State Trooper W. D. Arledge said tbe accident occurred when a' car operated, by Mrs. Troy Wes of Weaverville pulled out of Dula Springs road into the path of the Ray vehicle. The West auto, in an attempt to miss the tiSwfSM swerved and collided head-on with the Burleson car, he reported. Mrs. West apparently escaped injury. Nocnargas wars filed pending further investigation of the wreck. Saturday on the Island. 280 011 101 11 M 000 002 102 5 0 Ponder am C. King , t. H Payne D. Ponder (MN) e ocnooi far MHS COACH 1 sssj if .app -m , I IH rear i m . H TO PRODUCE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION Former Members Replaced; car-" Legislation to appoint succes sors to members of the Madison County Industrial Development Commission Was introduced Tues day by Senator, 01yd M. Norton. None of the present members of the commission were-reappoint-ted except County Farm Agent H. G. Silver who serves ex-officio. nMr a 1061 law creating the commission, members serve for four years and are subject to ap pointment by the General Assem bly. Named by Norton to the com mission in addition to Silver wete Bill Silver, county commissioner, who also serves ex-officio; Willie Ed Nile, Gerald Young, m Gentry. Bruce Murray, C. limwian, Hillisrd Teague, ones EL Sprinkle Jr., Woodson Ray and Joseph Huff. The present members are Jobie Henderson, Swann Huff, Charles E. Mashburn, D. M. Robinson, James Story, Rex Allen, Leonard Baker, S. C. Rudisill and Fred 0. Tflson. Those named by Norton would Mr. Grant Reed Of Shut-in, Injur In W Three North Carolina women were injured, one crttisjaiiy, in ? awfl car and transfer truck accident Friday afternoon on the Asheville Highway, 11 miles east of New port, Tenn., one mile east of Del" Rio. Mrs. Grant Reed, 68, Shut-in Community, near Hot Springs, was treated at Valentine Shults Hospital, then sent to St. Marys Hospital, where she is listed Jin critical condition. She received internal and arm injuries, and Is being treated in the intensive care unit at the hospital. Mrs. Reed was a passenger in (Continued To Last Page) Win Small Steve Davis hovered jr er his foes like a giant on a Mas Bey Hill baseball field at Fayette ville Saturday afternoon as he fashioned a no-hit, 1-0 victory for Mars Hill High over Grey Creek in State Class A baseball Semi- flhahi.. v&S itdmmVkmb0 tips the scales at 140 pounds, was master of the Rebels throughout the en innings, tanning nine ana hjg .flnbr one as he record to 81 for the aeason. In the yiel 18 innings be has tot Davis, a fancy fiei sacker when he isn't lowed only three into the outfield 28 batters. The nearest a hit was a slew bounder be Wildcats Mars Hill Defeats Crw P.raal Rv 1-0 W . ' ' - ' " " Earn. Wildcat.. Berth , ) In ate Class a Hurles No-Hitter ling third pitching,, al- thin, to hUi mm. Hyacl: ) UlTwf I Ts Last fft I State Oti "A" jmwW and Friday is ft pTflF ttsW eaekf Spilt V In Consol Not Conspiracy ; Second Superior cy' Hp attempt idation nut But tlt the jury convid a second count In ted the tri Ae indiet- on a ment ing" the nd disturb ing during tion. The three. Jack Guthrie, 156, Eugene Thomas, 82; and Jack Da vis, 43, were ordered held o4$f night in jail to await sentencing. The dramatic split decision was reached by the jury drawn from Yancey minutes contmuanci Continuances wen lowed for Paw Ballal Baker and Joe Fowler. ' The jury w h i c h Idecjded in the cases against' Davis, TfiesaS and Guthrie tsnsclal vc on pi of evidence Friday with testimo ny alleging the defendants held meetings on and prior ts Ae night of Aug. 21, 19 at which the state contended they pledged resistance to the consolidation move. Floyd Wallin testified eight men bearded a bus in which he Was transporting students from Walnut to Marshall, assaulted him and forced him to park the ve hicle. The other bus drivers, Leroy (Continued to Last Page) a special venire fnpm County, af of deifeeration The Jury osad of 10 men ami two women, isHkbolled on the guilty verdje;peb of the three jMnBnmmmmWfce request ' mmmmmmmmM " ammBmmmS ! 4 m.'rfrinl . Al t-nyA m tkm WWO din ... SrtiN., tLi. h ii I bast week medW rrmm r i . i on fomawj If Herbert was seise HUre To : m " resentation I riiniiiHtiii iiiilttiMtilri'-' .juMsssssssssswew. fl sHP mm H ' .y. p, rk.rU. Toiiev. one off tne as a Sh. STEVE DAVIS, ace Mars Hill finest athletes ever pro Blue Mold . FX HI issmnmsHiiiiMi'r . mm mmm : u-; i mm n i Mm mm n mmsj.. ;un mm m the three men found guilty of the Mt MmfnmMwkm irttt oonsoudation m W&m guilty of the in the consolidation months in the com- n Comity and r- -an t ni J under tha Bute Prison Department. Josenh B. Huff, attorney for flks dafandants, immediately ap pealed the case to and appeal bonds of Ipeitrance bonds clwjfl ma set by Judge McLiesn. Judge McLean, however, indi- aeuv eacn. OnTomatoe A number in Madia insvir erent farmers during the stated that they had in- ;mjte heavily in thefr to crop and could not afford surance sales repreasjsssssseg in Madison County. The rate for this area is $6.00 per $100.00 of coverage. The insurance can be T Last Page) -v " The Madison County Republican Woman's Club will meet at 7:30 tonight (Thursday) in the Mars Hill Community Center. Maw. Frances Yow, state officer of Greensboro, will speak. Also expected to be present will be Mrs. Robert Griffin, district chair man. All members are urged to at tend. Refreshments will be serv ed. MH HOST PANTEG0 IN STATE FINALS State Class A baseball finals op th Mar. H.H College baseball rieta loany (Thursday) with Mar. Hill, champions of the western half of North Carolina, host ing Pantego of far east Beaufort County, in a bast two-of-three series. Tha home.tanding Wild cats reached the finals with a 1-0 win over Grey Creek to increase their record to 12-2. Either Sawe Davis, who pitched a no-bit fame against Grey Creek or Ui.l f saw Miailm in the com- , ''Mm vj! ImoMM JIMIaon County and! H . W.fc.W,5JiMaEHr-;,J; J?i. JBL n.-i. JSSSJSBBBBBBBJ asaurnen TO wont unaer me o i .sbh T n - -a.. i bh w nsssssssi MOO each and :ammm of tomato producers Madison County r.OP Wnmsn. Club dance To Meet Tonight I H W- IfSJIIMI n Bill uvtvi "nrw" . . -rmni . r?r uauy jjusw ju . n tne m in tne countywioe -n laiemi. ltoe tuoen . - enow to oe ww sssm w.- niee a I CM-a Sk. .la jssssu -n-jsi fij hsjbs aiKmoriim r oy K1 IP IE4-H TALENT SHOW FRIDAY, JUNE 4 The 4. Ut the Mars ditorium, beginn: 4-H club members from commnw ty 4-H chibs, as well as students frnm Laurel, Marshall, Beech Glen. Ebbs Chapel, Walnut and Hill schools will be partici pating, there will U iquare mimes, as wel numbers for your Gary Randolph, president of the Pioneer Community 4-H Club, will Emcee this event. - All proceeds will go into the North Carolina 4-H Development Fund. ' 4 ' .f Madison Nine To Meet Barnardsville At Beech Glen Sat. J. C. Wallin, manager of the Madison Nine announced this week that the team will meet Barnards ville, also of the Buncombe Coun- ly League at Beech Glen Sat urday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. The Madison Nine will travel to Flat Creek on Sunday to again play Barnardsville. This game starts et three o'clock. BLUE MOLD TING During the past eight years a number of Madison County farm ers have experienced difficulty with Blue Mold affecting burley tobacco in the field. Blue Mold is caused by a fungus which pro duces spores, seeding bodies which are so light they can be moved r to new locations. This dis- 4m not give serious diffi HsfHftnlisMi i.Qleittl.iacept in HfHRPian we nave high hw midHy and a lot of cloudy over- ty from blue Mold in the field could be mwmw planting tobacco y serve rvel tnrit source of infesta in the field. COUNTIWD fig at 7:80 p. m. 'gram in ..... i ,r ' wmto BURLEY CROP by ai ease culty days. aiose auik-u; .... meetstion alhisjttafaS OS all tottfe beds were I1 4-ttSiSMcL WmmmT' has been complete. plant neon general! Wotted A Canters Head Start, to help poor cWhbea or school, been approyW for Madtfbn ntv bv the Washington mmm. as a phase of the Economic Op tunny act, u nan seen annoonaea. It waa announced that $3000 has been allotted Madison County for tractedto" th Madhvon" Cosjnty board of education, and under su pervision of the EOA. J. C. Wallin, a member of the Mars Hill High Sehtf . Mnlty, will serve as director-coordinator of the couatywide nrogram wtBch will effect an estimated 20 chil dren. Mr.. Wallin explained that the program will involve pr age children who will enter nty for the 19 mmm that se of ts must come float SjnV whose annual income is $3 or less. He aUdsd, lMWtiliii. 16 of the enrollment could composed of children parents come within a higher bracket In order to get thoroughly fa miliarized with the administration of the program, Mr. Wallin stated that he and ten elementary (first grade) teachers will attend a Head Start workshop to be held at Sylva-Webster High sk. Fallowir 1 make fin p. arrange- Ihr nnMilnM 1-4 U- mw.. this county. allin said that there will be eight Head Start centers the county Ebbs Chapel, Mars Hill, Marshall, Beech Glen, Lau rel, Spring Creak, Bet Spi and Walnut the FORCE TO BEGIN PASTORATE OF CHURCH HERE Special Services On Sunday Night At Presbyterian Church . n urai nation ana tees will be at the Ch-urch 1 e-school school,, b. wlsae School Mr. W Transportation to aal SMiki the contracts with local i Wgajjillt. o : in l. L 1 J i. M iv a. m., to .p. m., sad lunches wiU be provided to the students (Continued To Last rate) - ae sbb b aShEHKsuk Rev. Daniel L. Force I installation serv

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