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COLKM A N C CALDWELL
Nlll laeBid Office
located next to naaium WOT-
wtomvC a$i5t- Jr55j
FOR SALE - On Old Leicester
Highway to acres; .5-?re
tobacco allotment; bouse; cattle,
barn, tool shed, tobacco barn.
Doable garage; several other
outbuildings; new fence; gravity
water; grass and Mature.
D. E. REYNOLDS
Leicester, N. C
TRADING POST SELL, SWAP
or BUY Bring your articles
and be your own salesman. Open
Saturdays only. Located between
Ponder's Auto Supply and Sur
plus Commodity Pood Building on 1
Street in Marshall.
PLAN TO BUILD a home soon?
Why not investigate Pinecreat
Development near Mars Hill?
We have choice hotneeites just
outside toe city limits on High-
way 19-23.. We can also build
tne Uonunental Borne of your
choice on toe lot you choose.
"Build and Grow With Us."
P.O. Box 522 Mars Hill, N. C.
Phones 689-6178 and 689-8922
5-6, 13, 20, 27c
FOR SALE 1-acre lot: ideal
for building; on Marshall-Mare
Hill Highway about five miles
from Marshall. Contact:
Marshall, N. C.
6-6, 13, 20. 27c
WANTED Bright young man,
high school graduate, for stock
room clerk. Heals and uniform
furnished. Paid insurance, men
tion and holidays. No Sunday
work. Apply to parson.
Asheville, N. C.
Dial-A-Matic ZIG-ZAG Sewing
Machine in beautiful cabinet.
Buttonholes, fancy stitches, etc,
all without attachments. Local
narty may finish payments of
$11.13 monthly or pay complete
balance of $61.22. Full details
where aeen. Write: "National's
Credit Manager," Mr. Cox, Box
54, Hickory, N. 0.
FOR SALE 420 John Deere
Crawler whh No. 62 Blade and
3pt. Hitch, $1676.00; 661 Ford
Tractor, $1476.00; 1949 Ford Trac
tor, $496.00 ; 35-Ferjruson Tractor,
$1260.00; Super-A Farmall Trac
tor with Cult., $796.00; 20 other
Tractors to choose from. New and
used Tobacco Batters, Disks, Lime
Spreaders, Flows, Tillers, 1 and
2-Row Cultivators. New and used
Mower and Tractor Parts,
P. A. RAMBO
8 miles south of Greeneville, Tenn.
Camp Creek Road
Small amount of work; five days
a week. Located Worley Cove
Road, about seven miles from
Marshall. Call collect Leicester
Marshall RFD 1
Furniture, Dinette Chairs,
All Work Guaranteed
Herb Lampley and Jim Carroll
Mars Hill, N. C.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Modern, well lighted office space
located on Main Street in Mar
shall. Building could accommo
date several persons. Contact:
LISTOlT B. RAMSEY
Marshall, N. C.
zig zager, in cabinet
Take over balance of
iut Iti.nO mr month.
onstration. Write "Credit
Manager," Box 367, eo,The News
Record. Or call collect 876-8439,
Charlotte, N. C. 24 Hoars' a day.
have dif -
For you to own your own-West-
tern Auto Associate Store In Mar
shall, Join our family of over ,
000 dealers who enjoy retailing
auto accessories, tools, lawn and
garden supplies, home appliances,
nortin roods, radios. TV. etc.
Minimum cash investment, $12,600.
Write or phone today.
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
66 Pleasant Ridge Drive
Asheville, N. C.
or 2020 East Market Stree,
Greeenboro, N. C. 272-8107
HICKORY TIMBER FOR SALE
Near Walnut. Write or see
Marshall. N. C.
Rt. 4, Boox 68
WANTED Middle-age Chris
tian woman who wants a home
and salary; live with elderly
couple, help with cooking antf
JOHN H. COOK
Rt. 1, Weavervillc
FOR SALE Seven-room house
with bath, carport, basement.
Good location on one-acre lot in
town of Hot Springs. See
CLYDE THOMAS i
Hot Springs, N. C.
WANTED Jars marked for
use as a measuring cup. Bring
to Madison County Welfare De
partment or The News-Record
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the two-out-of three series for
state crown this week.
Mars Hill managed the game's
lone run in toe first Ron Wal
lin singled and moved to second
on a single by Davis. A ground
er to short off the hat of Charles
Tolley moved Wallin to third and
Davis to second and moments lat
er Wallin scored on a, passed ball.
The only other hits for the
Mars Hill nine were singles by
Don Clark in the fifth and Tolley
in the sixth.
Davis relied largely on his
curve ball throughout the game
hot mixed in "junk" offerings
frequently after the third when be
tired in the sweltering heat
The Mars Hill team played the
afternoon game after making the
long trek from WNC during the
night and getting little rest
Mars Hill 100 000 01 4 2
Grey Creek 000 000 00 0 2
Davis and Grooms; Gwynn and
MRS BIRCHARD SHELTON
The decoration at Gahagan
Cemetery last Sunday was well
attended by many loved ones and
friends. The Richard Gahagan
family of three daughters and one
son were all there: Mrs. Emily
Trimble, Mrs. Alice Hunycutt and
Mrs. Magnolia Shelton and John
Gahagan. The Rev. L. A. Zimmer
man officiated, having conducted
this service each year since 1918
when he began preaching at Al
lanstand. , There will be a decoration next
Sunday, June 6 at the Garl Ga
hagan Cemetery at 2 p. m. All
speakers, singers and the public
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Tweed and
family of South Carolina visitew
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Tweed at White Rock last Sun
Mr. and Mm. Freeman Tweed
of Newport Hews, Va., spent last
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, John Gahagan.
Mr. Birchard Shelton has his
bridge across toe creak again
complete, this being five time
he has built it, from truck knock
ing it down, one tirsskdowa, and
this time high water. We hop
it won't happen again.
Mr. aad Mrs. Wayman Gahagan
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Griffey hut weekend. Mr.
Griffey is modi improved from
wraek -laat weak.
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taken out when a good stand baa
been staCjlishsd and R gives t
producer throughout the produc
tion season from frill If l by hall
and storms associated with ball
M may be aefrtotols for toma
to pradocera to consider taking
out enough inaaraacs to cover
their expenditures to producing
the crop. If they wish additional
coverage it can be bad.
With Our Boys
(AHTNC) Army Sgt Char-
lee P. Fowler, 23, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Fowler, Hot Springs,
was graduated from the Noncom
missioned Officer Academy at
Fort Wainwright, Alaska, May 14.
Sergeant Fowler received training
in leadership responsibilities, exer
cise of command, map reading end
military teaching methods. The
sergeant, a gunner in Battery C,
1st Battalion of the 172nd Infantry
Brigade's 37th Artillery at Fort
Richardson, Alaska, entered the
Army in November 1961. He was
graduated from Hot Springs High
School in 1961.
Three Madison County men
completed a wheeled vehicle me
chanic course at Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo., on May 27.
They are Army Pvt. David M.
Davis, son of Mrs. Neta Davis,
Hot Springs; Pvt. Elmore T. Rob
erts, son of Mr. arid Mrs. G. E.
Roberts, Marshall; and Pvt Clyde
R. Rigaby, son of Mr. and Mrs,
James H. Rigsby, Rt 6, Box 167,
During the course they received
instruction in the internal com
bustion engine, automotive power
train, chassis components, and
were trained to am and maintain
various tools and equipment
Davis, 21, entered the Army in
January 1966 and completed ba
sic training at Fort Jackson, S.
He was graduated from Hot
Springs High School in 1961 ana
attended Warren Wilson College,
Swannanoa, in 1963.
Roberts, 19, entered the Army
January 1966, and completed
basic training at Fort Jackson.
He was graduated from Mar
shall in 1963.
Rigsby, 19, entered the Army
in January 1966, and completed
his basic training at Fort Jackson.
He attended Walnut School.
USS BOLD (M',SO-4 2 4)
(FHTNC) May 19 Engineman
Second Class William J. Edmonds,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spur-
geon Edmonds of RFD 1, Mara Hill,
is participating in a periodic Fleet
Service Mine Teat while serving
aboard the ocean minesweeper
USS Bold, which operates out of
Charleston, S. C
Slit: operation is an intensive
test of sea mines under simulated
wartime conditions. Results of
these periodic testa keep toe Na
vy informed as to the reliability
and effectiveness of stockpiled
mines to be used during wartime
(AHTNC)-Pvt David M. Rog
ers, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Rogers, Rt 8, Leicester, com
pleted advanced training as a
cannoneer under the Reserve En-
Program at too Army
Artillery and Missile Cantor, fort
Sill, Okie., May 27.
was arsis si to the
preparation, loading and firing of
field artillery gons and bowhV
to a 1961
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oar driven by her daughter,
Mian Wtfana Jean Reed. 20, same
Otoer naesengers in the
war tow other daughters of
Mm Read, Mim Christine Reed,
88. and Mrs. James C. Price, Mrs.
Prim received lacerations of loft
Wihaa Jean received lacerations
of scalp and fractured ribs. She
is bete treated at Valentine
Shulto Hospital. Christine was
not reported injured.
Jamas E. Easterly, Fredville,
Tenn., Bear the Alabama line,
driver of the track was arrested,
charged with reckless driving, but
been released on bond accord
ing to Deputy Ty Cobb of New-
ABeoraVng to Cobb, tite accident
occurred when Miss Reed, who
was traveling west behind toe
truck, attempted to pass the
truck, and Mr. Eatherton pulled
out in front of them causing the
ear to run off the highway on the
left side. The car went down a
slight embankment and turned
over, landing on Ha top. The
women ware thrown out, accord
ing to reports.
Eatherly, driving for National
Can and Retteting Co., Fredville,
was arrested near Wolf Creek,
after he had pulled off the High
way and went to sleep.
The track was loaded with all
kinds of milk cans. Mr. Eatherly
told a reporter that he was a lit
tle sleepy and dM not remember
running anyone off the road, and
that the first he knew of the ac
cident was when officers came to
the truck where he had pulled off
the road and was sleeping.
MRS. HUBERT PANGLE,
Mr. Kenny McDoodle of John
son Bible College, Tenn., filled his
regular appointment at Bethel
Christian Church Sunday night.
He had supper with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs- Elmer Parker of
Indiana are spending a few days
with Us mother, Mrs. Callie Par
ker. They plan to return to Indi-
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gardin of
r. fttd fan. Dan
Gardhh Sunday they and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Gardin visited Ghost
Town in Maggie Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Wein Bruyn of
Iowa spent two weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wy
att While here they visited her
sisters who live in Charlotte. n
Jerry Parker of Asheville spent
the weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. RocheUe Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pangle, Ken
and Angela visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel Brooks of Bluff Monday.
Roy Lee Frisbee and Jimmy
Partem visited Gary and Stevie
Mrs. Wade Gardin, Danny and
David visited Mrs. Buena Frisbee
Mrs. Hattie Suttles returned
home after spending a few days
with her daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Gardin.
Bobby Allison and Sue Roberts
were married last week. Bobby
is employed at High Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Jip Shetley spent
the weekend with his parents, Mr.
MRS. DEMPSEY WOODY
There was a good crowd at
the decoration Sunday. It was
good to meet friends and loved
ones we hadn't seen since last
year. Our pastor, the Rev. Estel
Strickland, had the misfortune of
breaking his foot, but is able to
be with us.
Mr. Charlie Henderson has been
very ill for the past few weeks.
Mr. Woodson Henderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Henderson and
two girls, Carol and Gail, of Bal
four spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. Dempsey Woody. They also
visited Mr. Charlie Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Brooks
and family of Black Mountain vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Brooks
and Mr. and Mrs. Davs Brooks
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Connor
Marion and; their
Jennings and Ben aad their
lies visited toe Davis family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bay Wal
droup and son of Spruce Pine
spent the weekend with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wal
droup and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lank-
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Goenell and Eugene Roberts, also
testified that interference was
met in the operation of their ve
hicles on the first days of the
Testimony was also offer
ed during presentation of the
state's case attempting to show
that telephone wires to the school
were cut, and that at least one
teacher was carried bodily out of
Walnut School by demonstrators.
Sheriff E. Y. Ponder testified
he requested and received assist
ance from the State Highway
Patrol after a logging truck was
used to block the entrance to the
Ponder said he and 11 state
troopers served warrants on the
seven men charged as leaders of
the demonstration group.
Defense counsel put each of the
three defendants in the witness
box. They said they were not in
favor of the Marshall-Walnut con
solidation, but denied they plan
ned the disturbance.
Thomas testified Wallin invited
him on his bus. A total of 16
character witnesses were called
by the defense counsel for the
Arguments by Madison County
School Board Attorney A. E.
Leake, Marshall Attorney Joseph
Huff, defense counsel; and Solic-
Wednesday before the case went
to the jury.
"Why has the state waited three
years to prosecute this matter?"
was one of Huirs opening re-
and Mrs. Bill Shetley.
We are very glad to hear that
Mr. Elias Shetley is improving
Mrs. Carolina Pangle, Mrs. Bu
ena Frisbee and Gary and Stevie
visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Gardin Sunday night
How hot can you
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12:00 Trading Peat
12:10 Dinner Tune Country Style
UJB News .ad Bulletin Board
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determine the need for an acreage
poundage program for barley sim
ilar to or a modification of toe
1966 flue-cured program. An
acreage-poundage program would
not become effective for buriey
tobacco unless favored by more
than two-thirds of the buriey
growers voting in a special refer
endum. The acreage-poundage legisla
tion further provKkw that farm
yields used in determining pound
age quotas shall be based on a
simple per acre yield for the three
highest years of the five crop
years 1969-63 or of 1960-64. The
law makes no provision for includ
ing 1965 yields in determining
farm yields under acreage-pound
Ramsey urged all buriey tobac
co growers to iojiow practices
recommended by the Extension
Service in order to produce high
quality grainy tobacco with full
flavor and aroma the kind
hich is in demand by both do
mestic and foreign users of U. S.
The Spring Creek Singing Con
vention will be held at Meadow
Fork Baptist Church Suday, June
6 st 2 p. m.
All singers and listeners are
invited to attend.
MRS. LLOYD YOUNG, JR.
marks to the jury
School board attorney Leake
told the jury that he has repre
sented the Madison Board of Ed
ucation for 17 consecutive years
Boards have come and gone dur
ing that time," he said He said
that there are certain procedures
for protest and that people "can
not take the law into their own
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in Seattle. After completion of
high school he was employed by
Boeing Airplane Company, in Se
attle. He entered Tusculum College,
Greeneville Tennessee, in Sep
tember, 1968. While attending
Tusculum he served the Presby
terian Church at Walnut Hot
Springs, Laurel and also worked
parttime at Pacific Mills in Hot
During the fall of 1962, Mr.
Force entered the Louisville Pres
byterian Theological Seminary in
Louisville, Ky., and graduated on
May 17, 1966. While in the sem
inary he served as pastor of the
United Presbyterian Church in
English, Indiana for two years
and since September, 1964, has
been on the staff of Central Pres
byterian Church in Louisville.
It was at Tusculum that Mr.
Force met his wife, the former
Miss Patricia Ann Rogers. Dur
ing Mr. Force's three years in the
seminary his wife taught in toe
Jefferson County schools, Louis
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under the Head Start program.
Medical examinations will he
provided also including speech
therapy and remedial care in the
areas of hearing, sight and other
areas of physical defects.
Althought the program is ex
pected to get underway in the
next two or three weeks, definite
dates will be announced later.
For further information con
cerning the program, contact Su
perintendent R. L. Edwards or J.
it goes: 425 horsepower
on the floor"! Want heat in
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IrOi Country Musk Jaatonrsi
between? Two other options let you
design the action to your taste.
Charlie Henderson and Gertha