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ALL. N. C. JUNE 8, 1908
THE NEWS. RECORD
PERSONAL and OTHERWISE
Mr. and M. Jimmie li$e
Swum of Atlanta, Ga., tpont tha
waak-and her wtth Mr. Swann'a
parcoM, Mr. and Mm. Howard
Swum, and other friend and ral
Mrt. Ernie McDaniel, formerly
of Mawhail, U spending- aereral
days ill Marshall visiting friends.
Mr. and Mra. Jackie Pagg and
Mr. and Mra. BUI Goforth art!
family hare returned to their
home in Garden City, Michigan
after spending the Memorial Day
week-end with relatives in Mar
shall, Walnut and Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Routon, of
Miami, Florida, and their grand
daughter, Susan Ellsworth of
Fayetteville, N. C., are the house
quests of Mr. and Mrs J. B.
Tweed of Marshall.
Mrs. Annie Gillis and her daugh
ter Miss Ruth Gillis, of Biloxi,
Miss., are visiting relatives in
Marshall and Flap: Pond, Term.
Mrs. Gillis is a sister of Mrs.
Grace English and Dr. W. A. Sains
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kice, Sr.,
visited their son, Jerry Kice Jr.,
and family last Friday in Bryson
City. On Saturdlay they and Jer
ry, Jr., attended graduating ex
ercises ut Clemson University
where their son-in-law, Charles
Carrow received his Master's De
cree in Zoology. Mrs. Carrow is
the former Miss Sheila Rice.
Garland L. "Doc" Burnette,
Atlanta, Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Stan
ley Landis of Taylor, Mich., Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Burnette of Bilt
more and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rice,
Sr., met at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jeter G. Reece in Asheville
Tuesday where a cookout was en
Mrs. Arthur Millier is leaving
this (Thursday) morning for her
home in North Hollywood, Calif.,
Pritchard. Mrs. MUliar is the
former Mias Sarah Pritchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Goforth,
of Asheville were visiting Mrs. Wil
burn Payne and grandson, Johnny
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Ditmore
spent last week-end in Winston
Salem as guests of Mr. and Mra.
Beverly MiUaway and Mrs. Milla
way'a mother, Mra. George Sand
lin. Mra. 8andin ia Dr. Ditmore'e
Mr. and Mrs. Boyee Mayhe
pent tha weekend in dtatesvllle
with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C Mayhew due to the illness of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ponder of
Raleigh are spending this week
here with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Zeno H. Ponder end Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Bradley.
Mr. and Mrs. James Story were
the guests of the Rev. and Mrs.
John S. Jordan and family of
Mrs. J. N. White spent Sunday
in Asheville with her brother and
sister-in-law. Mr. anid Mis. S. A.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. McKlroy and
two of their children, Diana and
David, returned Tuesday night
from Myrtle Beach, S. C., where
they spent several days on vaca
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll (Bud)
Creasman and three daughters, of
Mondamin, Iowa, and formerly of
Marshall, were visiting the Rev.
and Mrs. Coleman C. Caldwell and
family here, and Mrs. Wm. J. Ga
hagan and family of Leicester,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ponder
and their daughter, Laura, have
as guests this week Mrs. Pon
der's mother, Mrs. Wayne A. Mon
roe. MUs Aldeen Waldrup, of Mar
shall and her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gregg
and their son Danny of Swanna
noa spent the week-end on a camp
ing trip in the Julian Price Park.
shall witt her mo Mr.ewrfc f "Mrat" EUa Baker left Tuesday
night by train for Detroit, Mich.,
where she is visiting her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Sammy Sanders, due to the illness
of Mr. Sanders. Mrs. Baker's two
brothers from Barnwell, S. C, ac-
Payne of Marshall Rt. 2 Sunday, jcompanied her to Detroit.
mmm at v
I want the firat squib in this
column to bo of tha congratulatory
nature congratulations to
whom? why, of course, the
Man Hill Wildcats and their
likable coach, J & Wallin it's
great to have a Madison County
team go into the finals of the
State "A" baseball playoffs
especially do we doff our hate to
Steve Davis, ace Wildcat hurler
who pitched a no-hitter against
Grey Creek last Saturday
here's hoping the Wildcats go all
the way and defeat Pan teg o this
week-end "Bill" and I "turned"
Methodist last Sunday morning
and went over to Asheville to the
Haywood St Methodist Church of
which our good friend, the Rev.
John S. Jordan, is pastor knew
John "way back" when we lived
in West Jefferson and he was
pastor there John and his love
ly wife, Mildred, invited us to
dinner we had a wonderful
time they have a fine family
and we enjoyed both the fellow
ship an4i the meal on Monday
I went over to Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Bobo's home, 80 Bellvue Road,
Asheville (just off the Asheville
Hendersonville highway) reas
on: Memorial Day WNC Open
Checker Tourney play started
at 8:.'t(l a. m., and finished Mon
day night 22 men played and
a groat time was held by all
believe me in addition to me,
Juklson Edwards and Carroll Rad
ford also participated some
how and unbelieveahly, I manag
ed to win third Dlace still can't
believe it good luck was
with me, I guess as usual, the
Bobos were perfect hosts Mrs.
Bobo and several of her friends
had prepared a most delicious din
ner which was served on the
beautiful lawn gosh, it was a
great day beautiful weather
fine group of fellows and two
of the finest people you'll ever
want to know, Mr. and Mrs. Bobo
At Flag Pond
The annual Sams family
ion of the uWandwta of the late
Josiah B. Same and Emeline Mur
ray Same was held ..anday at the
old home place at Flag Pond,
Tenn. More than 100 persona at
tended Including Dr. and Mr. W.
A. Same and Ml. Grace English,
Masons 1 o Meet
Here Monday Night
Plant Sale Is
Officials of the Marshall Gar.
den Club announced this week
that the plant sale held recently
was most successful.
"We wish to thank everyone
who contributed plants and to
those who bought plants," one of
Members of VrmA Broad Lodge
292 APeYAM will meet at the
Temple on Monday night at eight
o'clock, th summer schedule ia
now in effect, It was announced.
Miss Sue Ollie
Tweed Honored On
Miss Sue Ollie Tweed, devoted
member of the Ladies' Bible Class
of Marshall Presbyterian Church,
was honored on her birthday by
members of the class at the home
of her sieter, Mra E. M Amnions
of Mars Hill, Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. S. C. Rudisill, president,
opened the meeting, gave greet
ings and led the group in singing
"Happy Birthday." Then Mrs. W.
C. Rector conducted the devotion
al period, using the First Psalm
for Scripture lesson. Impressive
words of service and poetry were
Miss Tweed was presented with
many beautiful and useful gifts.
Members remembered her in this
way that were unable to attend
The guests were then invited
into the dining room, where a
huge birthday cake adorned the
table, which was covered with a
beautiful hand-made lace table
cloth and sweet pea arrangement.
Mrs. J. B. Tweed assisted the
hostess and presided at the punch
bowl. Miss Marine Amnions also
assisted in serving the following
Mrs. C. D. Bowman, Mrs. R. B.
Chandler, Mra. Harry Davis, Mra
A. E. Leake, Mrs. Sallie MoHone,
Mae. aY. J. Ramsev. Mrs. J J
Guy Sice! Mrs. ileV Roberts.
Mrs. S. C. RudisiH. Mrs C. L. Ru-
diafll, Mra J. B. Tweed. Mrs. Mar.
garet Ward: Miss Stella Carver.
special guest; the honor guest,
Miss Tweed; Mrs. Pearl Amnions
and Miss Maxine Amnions.
All enjoyed the occasion.
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At WCC Graduation
Among the persons from Madi
son County attending the gradua
tion exercises at Western Carolina
College on Sunday, May 23, were
Mra. Bruce Phillips and her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Payne, of
Marshall. Their names ware inad
vertently omitted from last week's
list of those attending the exer-.
Club Met With
Mrs. Delmar Payne
The Marshall Garden Club held
its regular meeting on May 20,
with Mrs. Delmar Payne as fcost-
In Asheville Sat.
A' Gospel Singing will be held at
Asheville's City Auditorium Satur
day night beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
All proceeds will go to the Bun
combe Cancer Seoiety.
E. J. Ball and frank Reed will
be meat sis of ceremony.
Mars Hill Civitan
Club To Sponsor
Dinner On Sunday
The Mars Hill Civitan Club will
sponsor a dinner this Sunday from
12:00 noon to 2:00 p. m., in the
high school cafeteria.
Proceeds from the dinner will
be used to help defray expenses
of the summer recreational pro
gram. Kveryone is cordially invited to
enjoy dinner and fellowship with
Mrs. Kute Reed is a patient in
Aston lurk Hospital where she
is undergoing treatment.
followed a lively
with Mrs. Clyde Roberts presid
ing. Mra. Payne, as program leader,
presented a program on Landscap
ing with vines. In her program
she illustrated the different meth
ods by which vines climb or twine,
rtt discussed supports, culture
of vines and their many and va
In addition to the hostess, mem
bers present were Mrs. Leonard
Baker, Mrs. C. D. Bowman, Mrs.
Overton Gregory, Mrs. Clyde Rob
erts and Mrs. Sam Rudisill.
Rummage Sale At
Mars Hill Friday
A second rummage sale will be
Miss Edna A Ike Shorten
Miss Edna Shelton
And Earl Harris
To Wed In June
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert (Bug)
Shelton, of Rt. 3, Marshall, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Edna Alice, to Earl Eu
gene Harris, son of Mr. and1 Mns.
Theodore Harris. Rt. 1. Flair PomT
apousoieu uy me nvLCi or me T
Methodist Church of Mars Hill
this Friday and Saturday. Fri
day's sale will begin at 1 p. m.,
and continue to 5 p. m., and Sat
urday's sale will begin at 9 a. m.
and continue until 1 p. in. The i
sale will be located in the build
ing next door to Paul Tugman's
store in Mars Hill, and will fea
ture clothing and shoes for men,
women and children.
The wedding is planned for
June 12 at 2:00 p. m., at Carmen
Church of God. No formal invi
tations are being sent out, and
the public is invited to attend.
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Marshall, N. C.