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N. C, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966
PERSONAL and OTHERWISE
, Mr. and Mm. J. Clayton Wallin
and daughter, Diane, left Friday
of laat weak for their home in
Richmond, Va., after visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Jaaa Wallin and Mra.
Era Sams of Marshall. Mrs. Wal
lin also attended summer school
at Western Carolina College.
Mra. Ruby Bennett and daugh
ter, Rabin Carol, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Roberts of Lincoln Park,
Michigan, are visiting friends and
relatives in Marshall this week.
Mra. Bob Chandler and daugh
ters, Pamela and Christy, of Knox
ville, and a friend, Miss Nancy
Mc Kinney, spent the week-end
here with Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Mr. A. Landers of Alamo Gordo,
New Mexico is visiting friends
and relatives in Walnut this week.
Mr. Landers is a native of Mar
shall. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McElroy
and daughter, Laura, have return
ed to their home in Arlington,
Va., after spending several days
here with his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. McElroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Carrow
spent the week-end with Mrs.
("arrow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Jerry Rice. They attended the
wedding of Mrs. Carrow's room
mate at Western Carolina College,
Miss Dianne Roberts, in Burnsvile
on Sunday afternoon, after which
they left for a two-week visit to
New York City, the White Moun
tains of New Hampshire, and
Quebec City, Canada. They also
atended a special luncheon in Miss
Roberts honor at 11:30 o'clock
Sunday at the Blue Ridge Motel
Restaurant in Burnsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White
and their three children have re
turned to their home in Edgewa
ter, Md., after spending several
weeks here with Mr. and Mrs.
Guy White and Robert Roberts
and""" otter relatives and friends.
Mr. White also attended summer
school at Western Carolina.
Mrs. H. K. Rogers, who has
spent the past two years in China
Lake, Col., with her niece, Mrs.
James Harvey, and family is now
at homo in Marshall and also visit
ing her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eads, for a
few weeks before returning to
China Lake. She was accompanied
here by Mrs. Harvey and her son,
Phil, who have returned to their
home. Mr. and Mrs. Eads also had
as guests Mrs. Eads' sister, Mrs.
Paul Owens of Burlington; her
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rogers and two children of
Morrisrtown, Tenn.; her sister, Mrs.
Eva Wall, of Asheville; their chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sprinkle
and three children of Charlotte;
and Mr. Eads brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. James Eads,
and son of Indianapolis, Ind.
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Mrs. Myrtle Croxdale, of Spar
tanburg, S. C, was guest of Mrs.
Robel Redtnoh We last week-end.
They visited many of their form
er schoolmates in the county.
Mrs. Nancy J. Caldwell of Hix
sop, Tsnnaasse, is spending this
week in Marshall visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chandler
and their two younger children
left Saturday for their home in
Port Huron. Mich., after spending
last week with relatives.
Mrs. Judy Wheeler Godfrey and
daughter, Michill, have returned
to their home in Detroit, Mich.,
after a two-weeks visit with hsr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Wheeler of Mars Hill.
Mr. David E. Wheeler has re
turned to his home in Mars Hill,
after .spending almost two years
in the U. S. Army in Korea. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Wheeler of Mars Hill.
Mrs. Nina Lou Ponder, of Mar
shall, Public Welfare Worker II,
with the Madison County Welfare
Department, spent last week in
Raleigh where she attended a
Training SlRainnH for Artinir Su-
Mrs. Ponder has been associated
with the welfare department since
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pect them to be published.
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letter, from a nearby town which
was well-written and interesting
but there was no name-' signed to
the news letter hence it wasn't
published. This is a requirement
of all newspapers so that news
can be verified if necessary.
Sometimes a fellow wonders just
how many things can go haywire
at one time take for example
Hat week-end you would
think a fellow who could drive
safely through Washington, Haiti
mors, Philadelphia, and Now York
CHy should be able to drive safely
through Aaheville but this
was not the case last Saturday
afternoon I was driving my
wife to Memorial Mission Hospital
where she had boon advised to
spend a few days where doctors
would try to find out what was
causing so many painful headaches
ws were running a bit later
than we had hoped so I decided to
drive down Valley Street to Hilt
more Avenue when we reach
ed the intersection of Valley and
Beaumont St., a huge trusk from
the Sanitation Dept. of the City of
Asheville, pulled from his side of
the street directly in my path
I jammed the brakes but could not
avoid the collision my left
fender tangled with his bumper
and he came out best by a long
ahot several hundred dollars I start her column, I simply can't
damage to my car very little stop reading until I finish it.
to the big truck fortunately, You probably keep your shoes
Bill nor I were injured (just skin- in proper order and spotless, but
ned up and bruised a bit) I've found the boat thing yot! It's
just happened that Cruiser Robert a plastic bag that has places for
Riddle of the Asheville Police Dept. shoes and hangs on a banger like
happened by (we've been friends a clothes hanger. I cleaned out my
for years) and he volunteered to closet this morning and found I
take Bill on to the hospital while had more shoe boxes than shoes!
I stayed with the wreck, got an in- It sure looks bare, buut I had kept
vestigation, and had the car hauled shoes for the past 20 years, I be
off by wrecker don't think j lleve! I took them to the basement
the wreck helped Bill's headache
condition but it didn't keep her
from bawling out the driver of the
truck I called Roy Reeves in
Marshall and he volunteered to
come up after me and bring me
home it's nice to have
friends like Boy I ached
quite a bit Sunday and Monday
but by Tuesday I felt better
then, on top of all that, Coley is
on vacation this week and a week
ly misses a Linotype operator
but Floyd and Jack have done
fine and I hope we get a paper out
on time going back, however,
to troubles, while I was visiting
Bill Monday afternoon in hospital
the phone rang and it was Floyd
saying that the Linotype was "act-
ing up" and woudnt eject slugs,
etc. on top of that I had en
appointment wren a doctor and ai-
though rushed to do this and that,
I had to wait about two hours be-
fore the doctor finally saw me
I hate waiting in doctors' off-
ices appointment cards and
time set for appointments don't
mean too much to doctors it
seems they are always behind sche-
dule anyway, I am thankful
that the doctor didn't find too much
wrong with me by then it was j
suppertime so I went to the
S & W and then back to hospital
and then I decided to "relax"
bo went to Asheville's final game
of the season sat with
Robert Davis, Ed Niles and Phyllis
sorry they're having so much
trouble over the water supply and
the new pipes from the town to the
Island hope things are soon
fixed and school can start in
cidentally, we MEANT to commend
the TOWN OFFICIALS for hav
ing the new water lines installed
to the Island but the editorial last
week said, " we commend
the county officials and school offi
cials . . . ." please excuse me Del
mar, J. C, Roy, and Clarence
credit should go where credit is due
congratulations to the Ber
nard Reeces (Bernard and Babs)
on the arrival of a fine 8 lb. 7
oz. son last Saturday foot
ball is in the air Marshall,
Hot Springs, and Mars Hill open
season this week speaking of
football, the following squib from
Bob Terrell's column should be of
interest to many county residents
as Gus Tebell is well-known here
"When Gus Tebell, former
athletic director at the University
of Virginis, was a college football
player at Wisconsin in too IMffc,
he used to stand on the fifty-yard.
lino and punt a football through
too goalposts with his left foot,
than turn around and punt another
through too goalposts with bis
right foot (Information supplied
by Joe Q. Tilson of Hot Springs,
pretty fair kicking, eh? sorry
Marshall and Mars Hill have so few
home games this season Mars
Hill has only three and Marshal
four while Hot Springs has five
saw too Tornadoes work out too
oeker night they looked
pretty good except after the start-
By DOROTHY B. 8HIFPB
While I take a few minuutes of
rest from cleaning (WoU I da keep
aha middle cleaned oat, even if I
generally sound as if you would be
in a mass of dirt if you visited
me!). Ill try to write a few lines
to my devoted (?) six or eight
Ws did get the first day of
school on the road and I have a
lovely group of seniors to enjoy
this year. Soma I had in my horns
room last year Jimmy, Johnny,
Harold, Ponnie, Carolyn, Diana,
Patsy, and the root are students
I've had in U. S. History like
Angelau who says aha Is going to
"change" me guess in what way!
She's really a delight, and there's
Charles, (two, by jove,) Lonnie,
Samuel, Stevie, Phil, Linda, Rob-
bie, gosh, 111
have to mention
few each week to got around!
Do you read Peg Bracken's col
umn in the Asheville Cititen?
She just kills mo! Sometimes, I
sit down in a big hurry to got the
paper read and on to work, but if
and if anyone needs some rouund
toed or lacy shoos worn back in
the '30's, come by, you can have
Did you road in this morning's
paper about tile pop pants? George
Dixon, one of alio most amusing
writers, was tolling about the fit
the DAR was having over them.
They are girdles made out of
material that looks like the U. S.
flag and, of course, they should be
taken off the market and they
.were! Ah, the power wo women
have, why can't I control Shupe
When Shupe's picture was in the
paper this week, it reminded me of
some conversation I used to have I
at college. Someone ould,Atme i
td me and saXfawm?'',
and I"d reply,' "My nJPflCis n the .
pen!" Didn't think it would
over come true, tho, really! I'm
glad that he's on the right side of
tho bars! When Shupe first went
to work for the Prisons Depart-
ment, Manly Davis used to get
such a kick out of telling that my
husband was in prison!
My, is our school covered with
bachelors! There's the new coach,
Mr. Ken Sanford; the 10th grade
teacher, Mr. Fowler; and of course,
Coach J. C. Wallin! I've about
given up on the latter he says
he's going to stay single and give
all the girls happiness! One of our
new teachers, Mrs. Brinkley, was
just married on Sunday before we
started on Wednesday, so let's wish
her a very, very happy life and
make her feel welcome to our
town! A big welcome, too, to Mrs.
Anderson who is our new home eco
Observed Was sorry to hear
of "Aunt Becky" Henderson's
death she always had such a
twinkle in her eyes when she would
chat with one, and was beloved by
all who knew her Hope these
rains will help the tobacco and to
mato growers with their crops
Saw the extension crowd selling
hot dogs and hamburgers at the
Mato plant that is, I saw most
of them, Earle Wise was mostly
covered with smoke! But the
food was good, anyway Last
yearns seniors look a bit pensive
bet they're wishing they had
one more year to go
Picnic Is Enjoyed
By Members Of
Members of the Madison County
Medical Society and their families
enjoyed a picnic Tuesday night st
toe home of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Sprinkle in Weaverville.
Aproximately 45 parsons atten
ded. ing eleven, the bench looks woe-
fuily tian MBS needs MORE
players eon on, you boys
who arwn't out far She taam anH
change your minds i ws need
Father A. V. Graves
Visits Here Tues.
Father Andrew V. Graves, form
erly of Hot Spring aad now in
Philadelphia, Pa., left for his home
Tuesday by Piedmont Airlines
after visiting several friends in
Ho reports that he ia getting oa
well and likes his work and rou
tine very much.
"It certainly ia nice to see my
friends in the mountains again
and I hope to gat back soon for a
longer visit," hs said.
Attend World's Fair
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Cody of
Weaverville and Miss Glenais Bics
of Marshall have returned from
New York, where they attended
the World's Fair.
On their return trip they mads
stops in Baltimore, Mr., Washing
ton, D. C, and Virginia Beach, Va.
While in Baltimore they visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ben Spouting
and daughters, Elane aad Terry.
Mrs. Spouling is Mrs. Cody's sis
ter. MISS BETTY McDEVITT was
graduated from Memorial Mission
Hospital School of Nursing on
August 20. Exercises were held
in the First Presbyterian Church
Miss McDevitt is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie McDevitt
of RFD 5, Marshall.
She is a 1962 graduate of Mar
shall High School.
Rll Cracks And
Handles Mb putty. Hardens lib wood.
The QgvjjBa - Accept No
Clearance time) is saving time! And this
is the biggest clearance sale
match ... on
You'll even save on
i nay-re an prrcea nw
Local Lions Attend
Four members of the Marshall
Lions Club attended the first Cab
inet meeting for the year 1966-66"
held st T. C Roberson High
School near Asheville Sunday
Representing the Marshall club
wore Lions Jim Story, president;
0. A. Gregory, secretary -treasurer;
Earl Wise, and Robert Davis,
Aims and Objectives for the
current year were the main topics
discussed and approved. . "
To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W.
Reece of Marshall a son, Robert
McKinley, August 28, 1966 in St.
the former Miss rfsrfcereV'Jsae
Davis, daughter eTMr. sjsflsTS.
Kelley Davis; and Mr. Reece is
the son of Mrs. Joe Reece aad the
late Mr. Reece all of Marshall.
To Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ram
sey, Marshall RFD 2, a son, Au
gust 27, 1966 in St. Joseph's Hos
pital. Mrs. Ramsey is the former
Elisabeth Davis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of Marshall
RFD 2. Mr. Ramsey is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ramsey of
To Mr. and Mra. Don Sprinkle,
Weaverville RFD 2, a son, Au
gust 28, 1965, in Memorial Mis
With The Sick
Mrs. Howard Payne, of Mar
shall RFD 5, returned to her
home Monday from Aston Park
Hospital where she had been a
patient for a few days.
Mr. Coleman Ramsey, of Wal
nut, is a patient in Memorial Mis
sion Hospital where he underwent
surgery on Tuesday.
Mr. Otto McDevitt, of Walnut,
is a patient in Aston Park Hos
pital and will undergo surgery, to
day (Thursday). , , ,
o a i
Mr. George -Gr Roberts, of
Marshall RFD 2, is a patient in
Memorial Mission Hospital where
he underwent eye surgery recent
ly) His condition is improved.
ne is saving amei And this
HjHHsS AT Y0UR CAROLINA
roras, rainanes, raicons!
to move tost.
MR. BRINK LEY
Miss Diane Vaughn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. WUbsrt Vaughn of
Winston-Salem became the bride
of Msjde O'Brien BtinUey Jr.. in
Waughtown Baptist Church in
in Winston-Salem Sunday, August
29, 1961 at 4 p. m.
ne ceremony was conducted by
the Rev. Paul C. Ross.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M 0. Brinkloy of Virgin
is Beach, Virginia.
The bride wore a white waits
length gown of taffeta and lace
with matching mantilla and carr
ied a white Bible with s white or
chid corsage attached.
Mrs. Brinkley's only attendant
was Miss Joy Simpson of Leaks
ville, a classmate at Mars Hill
College. She wore pink taffeta
The bridegroom's father was
best man. Ushers were Mack
Smith of Greensboro and Gene
Richard of Ellenboro.
Mrs. Brinkley is a graduate of
Mars Hill College and is a member
of the Marshall High School fac
ulty. Mr. Brinkley is in his senior year
at Mars Hill College in a pre-deii
The couple will live ia Weaver
Mrs. White Is
Rev. Jarvis Teague
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. York of
Bethel have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Mrs.
Edith York White, to the Rev.
Jarvis W. Teague, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawson Teague of White
The ceremony was conducted in
the Canton First Baptist Church,
Mr. Teague is pastor of Fines
Creek Memorial and Antioch
Baptist churches, and is former
pastor of the Marshall Baptist
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this opportunity
to express sincere thanks for the
many kindnesses shown during
the illness and death of George
Robinette; also for the floral tri
butes and other expressions of