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MARSHALL, N. a, JUNS I, Ml
s. a KXBST,
children at Sy'vs
with Mm. Mater's pares,
Mr. Mi Mr. Sssi Burghi,
Bob and Neltts Kirby IBM
M to Jmn Otty Frl
Rttby Hfcittaker and chil
dren, Judy and Gary, atasaSeS
exercises bar CM
Janice Midkiff , daugh-
tar of Mrs. Whltbakar, was a mem
bar at ba sadastina; class.
Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Thomas are
moving to LaXlncton, N. C, toe
latter part of the week. Clyde,
aa employee of Burlington Mills,
ia being transferred there.
uttle Debbie Parka, 8-year-oH
Rally Held May 25
The Salvation Army had its
Homo League Rally last Tuesday,
May 25. Three corps were repre
sented Little Creek, Sleepy Val
ley and Shelton Laurel.
A large crowd attended.
Included among the guests were
Mr. and Mra. Major H. Gulespie,
who attended for the first time
for them. They are stationed in
For The Ideal
Come In And Look At Our
Girls' and Boy's Watches
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A food 16 Mm shorter than the full
tim Ckmotet amide, to its very easy to
kmdlt mi pert. Plenty of room ineide.
You ft it vim our vpvrUtd, smooth run
mm mp Hi-Thrift Six or you eon "
mMr from a fimOy of powerful V8't.
of Mra. Laa Parka, fat
to wrack as thay wan driatoaj to
Newport, Twin., FrMay. Tfca as
Jaw oocurrad about t miles seat
of Del Bio. Tea daughters and
mother were all hoepfcaliied, and
the mothar ia in a Tory
osadition ia Valantinea
Hoepital, Newport. A I
of a Shelby, Term firm is aliased
to have brook the Read oar, com
pletely destroying it. The truck
driver, name unknown, at last sc
count, waa in Newport Jail
Wayneeville, and like the moun
tains so much thay are planning on
building there. Mrs. Col. W.
Range and Mrs. Brig. E. Loro
ware also present along with oth
A delightful lunch was enjoyed
by everyone under the trees. The
display of fine arts of the ladies
was shown, and many prises were
won. This work has inspired us
to work hard for next year's ral
ly. The report of the Little Creek
See RON WILSON or JIM SPRINKLE
Marshall, N. C.
Mitt Jeanie Wise
Is Honored With
Miss Jeanie Wise. brMs-eteet a
CUyton Honeycutt was honored1
with a miscellaneous shower in
the Fellowship Hall of the Victo
ry Baptist Church, Saturday night,
May 29. The shower waa given
by members of the adust choir
of the church. Approximately 4(1
Miss Wise is the daughter of
Mr. and Mra. Howard Wise, for
mar residents of Marshall; and
Mr. Honayautt is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Barley
Home League by Mra. Jack V.
Joyce was road, and quite a busy
club, with three household show
ers, two marriages, etc, wet ac
corded. Also the woman have
been busy making quilts, rsmcd
eling tables and chairs, cleaning
windows, scrubbing floors. Due
to not being able to send live dogs
to the rest homes, the ladtta have
made miniature animals of fabric
and sent them.
MRS. SAM KEENER
That Malibu has a vacation-size trunk plu
plenty of lujcury foam-cuahtonedaaiu, full
our trade trill make your
Snrvtoaa for William Plemmona,
62. of 611) Sanid HiU Rd.. Aahe
viile. who died Sunday, May 80,
im, wars held Wednesday at S
P. av, in Inanda Baptist Church
Mr. Plemmona was a son of toe,
late Mar ley I 'lemmons and Mrs.
Wnil fflill a native of Mad
ison County and a resident of Bun
combe County for s number of
Surviving in adUition to the
mother are the widow, Mrs. Edna
Plenvnons; a daughter, Mrs. Gaa-
tton'TWOowi of Spartanburg, S.
Cj three step -daughters, Mrs. Ju
dy Osteon of Prattville, Ala., Mrs.
Beverly ia Rich of Candler and
Mra. Martha Swann of New
Hampshire; two sisters, Mrs. Earl
Black of AsheviUe and Mrs. Syl
via Huntley of Leomoa, Tenn.;
three brothers, B. R-, Grady and
Ishatn Plemmona of AsheviUe;
and five atop-grandcbiktren.
to represent the
MTOMOUU INSUHANCt COMPANY
Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois
payutents as eom-
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4 1 Sfo
THE MARS HILL HIGH SCHOOL SQUARE DANCE TEAM tied
for Runner-up in the recent Hubert Hayes Mountain Youth Jamboree
held in Aaheville. Members of the team are; (left to right first row)
Kay Thomas, Debbie Briggs, Loretta Gosnell, Peggy Jo Smith, Yvonne
Silver, Hilda Gosnell, Patsy Carter, Kathy Briggs. (2nd row) Mike
DeBruhl, Gary Randolph, Donnie Clark (alternate), Garland Hunter,
Steve Davis, Bobby Silver, Ted Roberts, Billy Briggs, caller. Not pres
ent for picture Alan Briggs. Mrs. Bill Bennett is Director; Mr. and
Mrs. Dennis McCurry, school sponsors.
MISS MARY JACQUELINE
SEC REST is tile daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James B. Secrest of
Wintosn-Salem. Her parents an
nounce her engagement to David
Robinson, son of Mts. J. P.
a of Mars HOI and the lata
Suhhilia ftoth are students
a Mars Hill Colleger August 14
is the wedding date.
Piney Grove On
Sunday, June 6
Homecoming and Decoration
services will be held at 1'iney
Grove Sunday, June 6. All day
service with singing in the after
Dennis Parris will be in charge.
Eveyome is cordially invited to
n bh fokj
8 A. M. to 12 Noon
THE L. P. ROBERTS
MARSHALL, N. C
0T v 3 1 C
CATTLE AND TOBACCO FARM
100 acres, more or less, well watered, fenced, fine
pasture tend; 1.84 tobacco allotment; three good
barns; framed house In good state of repair; gravity
water; can bouse and other outbuildings; several
seres timber; short distance State Road (in process
of being paved) ; Freezehwd of Upper Spring Creek;
Being Phillip J. Price, deceased, farm, to sell at 12:00
o'clock, Noon, Saturday, June S, IftO, at the Court
bouse deer In MsrshsH (see legal! id this issue).
CLYDE M. ROBERTS, Cmmhdhm
Miss Terri Holt
Is Honored At
Party Sat., May 22
Miss Terri Holt was honored
with a pre-graduation party Sat
urday night, May 22 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nix of
Hot Springs Rt. 3.
Those attending were Ronnie
Gentry, Selma Price, Bruce Can
trell, Jackie Moore, Don Gahagan,
Kenneth Sumerel, J. C. Huutsing
er, Kennit Prazier, Jr., Janice
Midkiff, Tommy Roberts, and
Charles Lawson, all members of
the senior class of Hot Springs
High School. Others attending
were Terry Rector, Wesley Lank
ford, Sandra Allen, Tommy Huff,
Johnny Ricker and Don Fowler.
Delicious refreshments weqe
served by Mrs. Nix and Mrs.
8 No. Pack Square
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Meat Loaf Plate
Choice of One Vegetable
COFFEE or TEA
CHOICE of SANDWICH El
HOME MADE PIES
HOW TO TREAT IT
Apply instant-drying T-4-L. Fed
it take hold to check itch, burning
in minutes. In S to 5 days,
infected skin sloughs off. Then
watch HEALTHY akht replace it!
If not nleased' IN ONE HOUR,
roar 48c back at My drug store.
ALL DRUG STORES
Do claims and double talk make
you doubt rou can get any relief
from arthritic ind rheumatic pains?
Get 100 STAN BACK tablet! or W
ST AN BACK powders, use as direct
ed. If you do not get relief, return the
unused part and your purchase price
will be refunded. Stanback Company,
Salisbury, N. C.
Used Cars & Trucks
.963 IMPALA 4-door Sedan;
S3 V-8 engine; powergllde
rans., radio, heater, W. W.
fires.. One local owner.
1963 IMPALA Sport Coupe.
327 V-8 engine; straight drive.
Radio, heater; W.W. Tires.
Sold new here.
1968 CORVAIR Convertible
owner, wmw miles.
1962 CHEVROLET Bisoavne:
door Sedan: 6 - rvlfnrier-
1960 IMPALA 4-door Hrdtm.-
V-8 engine; automatic trans -
mission; radio; heater.
1969 CHEVROLET Ral Ah- a.
door Sedan; V-8 engine; pow-
nKiiuBLrans.; raoio; Heater.
Hardtop; V-8 engine;
matic trans.: radio.
Blue & White.
1968 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4
aoor Sedan: V-S ono-i.
1967' CHEVROLET 2 - d o o r
HW V-8 Bgir. rtraight
drrd; radio, heater.
1QK7 ntr&rnsi mm .
V ' vij"' vujBii aioor se-
IBK7 flUWDnt tin . . .
j- ' "V"' A aei Air 4-
df Sedan; V-8 engine; power
ghde trans.; radio, heater.
19KO OHnront urn . .
oi Ii vwijjc.x r arte wood
Station Wagon; 4-dbor; V-8:
u., power sieer-
W69 BUICK 4-door Sedan;
A heater wanamission ;
1962 FORD H-ton Truck; V4
niPne; radio, beater. Wide
1961 FORD H -ton Track; V-8
biikhib: racuo. neater. SstibjI
iT", uaafwuiil' H -tOI
MM CORVAIR H-ton Track.
lW INTPtNATIONAL H-ton
W46 nWP Track; 4-vrhael
Marshall, N. C