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With Our Boys
LT. S. Army, Viet Nam ( AHT
NC) Sgt. James E. Buckner,
.son of Mr. and MPs. Mert Buck
ner, Rt. 5, Box 117, Marshal, ar
rived in Vietnam with the Army's
new 1st Cavalry Division (Airmo
bile). Sergeant Ruckner is a (runner
in the unit which was ordered to
Vietnam on July 28 when Presi
dent Johnson announced that U.S.
troops would be increased in Vietnam.
line sergeant entered the Army
in April 1966.
He attended Marshall High
Montgomery, Ala. Lieuten
ant Colonel Thomas J. Barr, son
of Mrs. Thomas R. Barr of 812
Beach Court, Fort Pierce, Florida,
has entered the Air War College,
the U. S. Air Force senior profes-
oiuimi scnooi, at one Air Universt
ty, Maxwell AFB, Ala.
Colonel Barr begins 10 months
of intensive study in the university-level
course which provides se
nior officers and key civilians a
better understanding of the ele
ments of national power and areo
A graduate of St. Lucie County
High School, the colonel attended
He was recently elected Soldier
of the Month.
the University of Florida and the Queen and King of Denmark.
earned his U.S. legree from the
University of Maryland's Europe
an Division during off duty hourse
while on duty in Cermany. He
was commissioned in liM-l through
the aviation cadet program.
Colonel Barr's wife, Peggy, i
the daughter of Mrs. K. V. Ham
pey of Walnut.
AHTNC Pvt. Larry W. Carr,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F.
Carr, Rt 1, Leicester, completed
a basic Army administration
course at Fort Jackson, S. C, on
During the eight-week course
Carr received instruction in the
preparation and filing of various
Army records and forms.
Carr entered the Army last
June and completed basic training
at Fort Jackson.
The 18-year-old soldier was
graduated from Erwin High
School, Asheville, in 1965.
USS Northampton (CC-1) (FH
TNC) Dadarman First Class
Eklon T. Ogle, USN, son of Mr. charge
anil Mrs. Merrill U. Ugle oi Koute
(, Marshall, participated in host
ing 160 children, friends, and staff
of the Clarke School for the Deaf,
Northampton, Mass., from Sep
tember 16 to 21.
Mrs. Julia Newburn
Mr. Julia Motcalf Newburn,
68, of Mara Hill, died unexpected
ly Saturday, October 88, 1866 in
She was a native of Madison
Surviving are a daughter, Miss
Annette Newburn of Washington,
D. C,j the mother, Mrs. Ida Met
calf, of the home; a sister, Mrs.
Tommy Robinson of Bumsville;
and two brothers, Ilva E., and
Jmes W. Metoalf, both of Asheville.
Services were held at 2:30
m., Monday in Paint Gap Baptist
Church, of which she was a mem
The Rev. J. R. Surrett and the
Rev. Lyman Rich officiated and
burial was in the church come
tery. Pallbearers were I. E. and
Paul Metoalf, Alvin McMahan
Tommy Robinson and Rupert and
Holcombe Funeral Home was in
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Named for the city of North
ampton, Mass., Northampton is
the Navy's first command ship
and the second ship to bear the
name. The first Northampton was
heavy cruiser which was sunk in
the Pacific during World War II.
Northampton operates out of
Norfolk, Va., as a unit of the U.
S. Atlantic Fleet.
Sp4 Daniel M. 1'ayne, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Payne of
Marshall Rt. 5, has recently re
turned to Germany after taking
part in war training maneuvers in
Denmark and doing demonstra
tions for North Atlantic Treaty
organizations. He fired a fiffteen
gun salute in the palace court for
ON N. C. HIGHWAYS
Stops Itch -Relieves Pain
For the first time science has found
a new healing lubstance with the as
tonishing ability to shrink hemor
rhoids and to relieve pain without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc
tion (ahrlakage) took place. Host
amazing of all results were so thor
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem!" The secret Is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne) dis
covery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail
able in tuvvositoru or ointment farm
called Preparation . At all drug
MRS. DEMPSEY WOODY
ROY REEVES, Agent
Phone: 649-2021 - Marshall,". C.
OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY
9 a. m. 4:30 p. m.
OVER ROBERTS PHARMACY
This person is a Nationwide Insurance agent. And the
latest is that this person has Nationwide's new Adjust
able Life insurance plan that enables you to add or elim
inate any of nine benefits as your needs change. For all
:he facts on this new insurance plan, call your Nation- 1
ivide agent today.
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Me hsuunce Co. - Home Of lice: Coluotus, Ohio
Mrs. Shirley Finley and Hadie
Raleigh The Motor Vehicles
Department's summary of traffic 8pent week wifch her d h
deaths through 10 a. m., Monday, ter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sher
October 25: ill Yountf of Spruce Pine, and her
pister, Mrs. Clara Garden of Ma
Killed to date 1244 non
Mr. Dave Brooks is in Memorial
Killed to date last year
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Chamber Of Commerce
Road Bond Issue
At the regular meeting of the Marshall Chamber of
Commerce on Tuesday, September 21, 1965, the
following Resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the members of the
Marshall Chamber if Commerce that the upcoming
ROAD BOND ISSUE will benefit all the citizens of the
State of North Carolina and certainly will benefit the
citizens of Madison County;
NOW THEREFORE, be it Resolved that the Marshall
Chamber of Commerce FAVORS PASSAGE of the
ROAD BOND ISSUE to be voted on in November and
urges all of the citizens of Madison County to vote for
PASSAGE OF ISSUE WILL MEAN BETTER
SECONDARY AND PRIMARY ROADS IN "
WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE TO
Mission Hospital where he is hav
ing cataracts removed from his
ss TBT'lTye Woody of Hen
dersonville and Mr. Link Ravan
(xf Tryon spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Demp-
Mrs. Lillie Hagan
Mrs. Lillie Marlor Hagan, 68,
of the Barnard Community, Mar
shall Rt. 7, died Thursday, Octo
ber 21, 1966 in her home after a
Surviving are the husband, Ce
bern Hagan; two daughters, Mrs.
Lee Randall of Pairview and Mrs.
Denver Oapps of Asheville; three
sons, Dewey Marlor of Marshall
Rt. 5, Reubin Marlor of Marshall
Rt. 4, and Oliver Hagan of Bar
nard; a sister, Mrs. James Sweed
en of Spartanburg, S. C; four
brothers, Tillery, . Dock and Alex
Roberts, all of Spartanburg and
Dorsey Roberts of Alexander; nine
grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services were held at 2:30 p.
m., Sunday in Barnard Free Will
The Rev. Zenith Allen and the
Rev. Walter Wilson officiated and
burial was in Bowman-Rector
Bowman Funeral Home was in
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Brooks vis
ited his father at the hospital Sat
Mrs. Violet Waldroup is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. R. H. Wal
droup and Mr. Waldroup in Eto
wah. We are sorry to hear Mr. Sam
Kirkpatrick is in Duke Hospital.
Mrs. Edna Waldroup will entei
the hospital Tuesday and will un
dergo surgery Friday. We wish
her a speedy recovery.
Snow came to the mountains
Sunday, making the mountain
Fill Cracks And
Handles like putty. Hardens lite mod
The Genuine Accept No Substitute.
Get this doctor's formula!
Zemo speedily stops torment of
externally caused itching ... of
erawrta, minor skin irritations, non
poisonous insect biles. Desensitizes
nerve endings. Kills millions of sur
face germs. "De-itch" skin with
Zemo Liquid or Ointment.
Mars Hill High
Oct. 29 at Bakersville
Not. 6 at Hot Springs
The Madiron County
The Road Improvement Issue
RELIEVES PAIN AS
IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY
Now remove cam the t
Intermediate Court Issue
We Urge Every Voter To Mark
His or Her Ballot
Issues On Next TUBS
Madison County Democratic
L. B. Ramsey, Chairman
day. Get Freeiooe...tt
II drag "count.