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C. KIRBY, Cormpondwit
Btlaa Mary LH Buoquo who
pent tit nimer with her mother
here, hat returned to Burjrundy,
Va., where the hu
r. P.t Kirk and ahjHren.
Rente, Holly and Loult, of Athe-
J" " -r"11 with Mr. and
Mrt. Gene Autry.
Mr. and Mrt. J. W. Prichett and
children Jenifer and Nancy who
have spent the summer here, hare
returned to their home In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrt. Prtd Staler of Brit
tol. Ttnntttee, Mrt. E. J. Holmes
of Trenton, South Carolina, and
rs. rrice immerman alto of
Trenton, South Carolina are guestt
01 mrt. Maud Long this week.
Mrt. Jack Hawkins and children
of Newport, Tennessee have re
turned home after a two weeks
visit with her parente, Mr. and Mrt.
G. C. Myers.
Mrs. J. H. Kingslover of Knox
ville, Tenneetee who hat been the
sueet of Mrt. Myrtle Burgin for
several days hat returned home
..AC 1 i .
r. ana Mrs. Ed Runnion of
Winston-Salem are guestt of Mrt
nunmon't parents, Mr. and Mrs
u. u Myers.
The revival at the Baptist church
ciotea Saturday night
The Wilburn Nolan family held
Mieir annual reunion at Kvw.k
Bluff recreation park Sunday, near
raw opnngs, AUgutt 29. Members
present were Mrt. Beulah Haney,
Mr. and Mn. Turner Noknd, Shar-
on and Lena, Mr. and Mn. Hugh
rert-uson, Wayne and Uu Mr .j
Mrt. Hiram Greene and m.
ana Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nolaiwf
Mist Shirlev Brooks ....,
ed to Salisbury, where the is teach
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Myers have
moved into their home on Meadow
Lane and Bridge Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony have
moved from the Runnion Anart-
ments to one of die new hnm. n
structed by Pacific Mills.
Mn. Luttrell Allman
Funeral services for Mrt, Lutt-
on n. A iman H
m wun oi
Alexander, who died .s,m,i a..-
h-ust 29. 1965 In h., n
fenn. home following a long 111
" held Wedneeday at 2:30
p. m. in Grandviaw it,,f , -i. .
Alexander, of which she was a
, - vuvc in
onurcn ana commnnii.. . i
The Revs. Hnu.,,1 ri t .
a.. . "B"J, jusepn
Stacktr and Truman Fih,
tea and burial wan in n.j m
- tilu view
Surviving are a dainrht-, m.
William Fischer of BaltimnJ a .'
a son, Carl Allman of r.rnl,iiiJ!
two titters, Mm. Cttherine Kuy'
kendall of Asheville ,i mi d.
. AillOO DOII
nie Eneley of Thomasville; and two
orouiers, Paul of Newport News,
Va. and Walter Kn.i.v t a,
Marshall High School
Se,,t. h at Cranberry
Sept. io at Spruce Hat
Sapt 17 at Cane River
Sept. 24 East Yancey
Oct. 1 Bakereville
Oct 8 Hot Springe
Oct 16 at Croat no re
Oct 22 - Mars Hill
Nov. 6 - at North Buncombe
v eterana i itttn -
To Be Here Again
Un September 16
The Vetera ne Administration
Officer will not be in his tfaHti'l
offlco until September 10. Any
one withintr to contact him m
ao to tt hit Aahevflle office.
MARS HILL HIGH SCHOOL'S NEW SCOREBOARD
Union services at the Preahv.
terian Church Sunday were well
STORAGE TILL FALL
EVERY GARMENT SANITIZED, MOLD PROOFED
We Art) Now Uting "CRAVENETTE" To
Waterproof Your Rub Wear
WITH BLADDER IRRITATION
Suffer Many Troubles
After 21, common Kidney or Bladder
Irritations affect twice at many women
at men tad may make you tense and
nervous from loo frequent, burning or
jtehini unnatam both day and niahl
Secondarily you may lose sleep and
suffer from Headaches, Backache and
reel old. tired, deoreued in ...k
Ution, CYSTEX usually brinaa far
relaxing comfort by curbing irritating
.iu unne ana oy ana
osk pun relief. Get CYSTEX at drug
auts. See how fast it can help you.
Al Enjoy Tha Convenience And Economy
Of Our Coin-Op Utmdry
Recently W Added A Big Double-Loader
To Handle Up To A 8x12 Slug Rug And
All Your Heavy Soiled Clothe.
MARSHALL. N. C.
I-OK COMPLETE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVlCr
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Aulds. for
merly of Natchitoches. La. have
I arrived in Hot Springs, and Mr.
Aulds has assumed his duties as
Forester. They have three child
ren, David 8, Bruce 6. and Nel
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Penland were
recent visitors to Mr. and Mrs Bm,
Henderson while enroute to their
new home in Plymouth. N. C
Miss Janice Metcalf and Mine
Kay Holt have accepted positions
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. HollefieW nH
Joan were in Hot Springs Siindav
visiting the Snelson's.
The regular Firm Surulair Ari.
J Creek Sinfint; will meet with
Meadow Fork Baotist rii.i, f
Sunday afternoon, September 6, at
2 P. m. All ainirnra on.l .11 t I
o " nil WHO
wve gospel tinging have a cordial
invitation to be in this service and
PRANK J. FLBJ1MONS
There will be a deonnatinn
the Oapps and Price Cemetery oil
Dummy, September 6, at 2 o'clock.
All singere and the public are
ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM
HOW TO KILL IT
IN ONE HOUR
T-4-L moat stop the itch and
burning; or your 48c back at amy
drat; .tore. In 3 to 5 days, in
fec jWn sioogha .off. tbm
NOW f EALT1" appearl
mm JJlii il!f fin ;.:"' wia.,n;l iJ(S MS1 IpSii."! .
HHB - mms mmmms w irnac H ,9HEH
iJJJJJjIl W "W m s ADAM OVCUS STORE T
mmzmUM .. m 1 8IKI! .as u ::mi -3
The Mars Hill Wildcats will be showing off a new time clock and
scoreboard this season. The scoreboard project was Srheaded Ev
the efforts and organizational abilities of Plato Reese nd O E Rnh
"to&&fTr? Were --tallReerrs1nnVeirEcontri:
Duuons in exchange for advertising space on the board The score
board is located on the end opposite the school.
RUN BY WATER!
long-winded lecturer had
holding forth for over an
hour, except for brief pauses in the audience leaned toward
from tnne to time to gulp a his neighbor and announced in a
drink of water. Finally, during loud whisper: "First time I ever
ouvi, mrmrsaron, an oid man i saw a windmill run by water!" '
i . Mi
To Each Known Eligible Farm
ataaai . -L
A ifiHt And Two Envelooes Were
Voter Within The County This Week For Use In Electing A$C Community
A.:il- It aa
vuimwiieemen oy mail.
Bfln!teTKMkln8 "if Ba"0t Fr Not More Than Flve pons Listed On The
Ballo , The Farmer Should Insert His Ballot Into The Blank Envefooe The Btank
Enve ope Should Then Be Inserted In The Enveiope AdTiSS
Off.ce. He Should Sign The Certif ioation Appearing On The Back Of The
Envelope And Drop It In The Mail.
If This Certification Is Not Signed By The
Voter, The Ballot WILL NOT Be Tabulated!
Peraon. Signing By Mark Muat Have Hi. or Her Mark Witnetted.
BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED NOT LATER
THAN CD in A A CniWffn.M. -
nu-- - i LivitSLK 10th.
certify that the in'
cloud ballot filed in At
ASCS CoMMmil Election
wa, voted personally by me
f'tbout duress, menace or un-
due imfiuMMM L. .
--- j mm j person
whomsoever. (Criminel penalty for
JOHN R. BROWN jSSTSfe
R-2 Ti'Sff 16,000 or Imprisonment
. v, OUt -
MNATWMf OP VI
wrrNKaa ittw A JhaW 4 mmr SgSTlif
COAL, FEED & LUMBER CO., Marahall, N. C.
This Message Sponsored By The Following Firms:
TEAGUE MILLING CO., Marshall, N. C.
HAL EDMONDS, Petersburg, N, C.
MARS HILL HARDWARE, Mar. Hill, N C.
PONDER A PONDER, Hot Spring., N. C.
COY HA YNIE, Marshall, N. C.
GAY MERRILL, Mar. HiU, N. C.
JOHNSON'S SELF-SERVICE, Walnut, N.