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SCHEDULE DIAL: 1460 DAILY W.M.M.H. PROGRAM Raymond Being.
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Turkey Supper At
Walnut Ladies' Aid
Building Nov. 13
Last Friday For
Mrs. Hazel Phillips
en the Air
8:06 Musis for a Happy Day
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9:80 Goapsl Singtime
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11:46 (Wed. Sat.) Church
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Hot Sprinos News
R. C. KIRBY, Correspondent
Mrs. Ethel Wallin, home dem-fwere week-end visitors to Harry's
onstration agent, assisted by Fred
Boss, assistant farm agent, con
ducted a county-wide tour of
homes in several sections of the
county on Thursday, Oct. 28. All
the clubs of the county were in
vited and many responded. Lunch
parents in Asheville.
Mrs. Frits VanNeet left Mon
day for a two weeks' visit in St.
Mr. Rufius Lampkin of Knox
rille, Tenn., came up on the spe
cial train Sunday to visit his sis
Raymond. Arnold Boinga, 18, of
Wak1l O Aim Rum!v Or- i
4-1 nut iL i.k.u. ,. ! Theee comments are baaed
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n rtn TIs.i. mImI SimiU f t wak on Sunday School Lee-
Country Muaic Jarnboree Forest Country Club J .J J
t. oru pi. rw Mutation, and uaed
partment reported that Boinga
was working on a dump truck
and somehow got his head caught
between the cab and bed of the
truck and was crushed.
Mr. Boinga was a native of Mad
ison County and was an employe
of BiKmore Forest Country Club, j child tat the way he should go: and
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. ; when be is old, he will not depart
Pansy Cutahall Boinga; the par- from it." (Proverbs 22:6)
Mrs Mafririe RsimsAV ants, M. and Mrs. G. G. Boinga Lesson Text: I Samuel 1:1 to
Misses Margaret and Wanda Bo- '
ings, and two brothers, David and . .
Benny Boinga, all of the home.
Funeral services were held
4:06 1440 Crab
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6::16 Service Show
6:30 Light Ufa
6:06 Light Ufa
0:16 Sign Off (Montr, of Out)
Memory Selection: "Train up a
The annual turkey supper at the
Walnut Ladies' Aid Building will
be served from 6 p. m., to 8 p. m.,
on Saturday, November 13, it was
announced this week.
Sponsors of As event are the
Walnut Free Will Baptist ladies
and the Walnut Methodist ladies
The public is invited.
Be thrifty lay by a little sun
hine for a rainy day.
Rites Held Sunday
was had at the Madison Grill, ter, Mrs. A. C. Gentry; however,
Tuesday at 2 p. m., in Grapevine
Mrs. Maggie Fortner Ramsey, Church of God.
64, of Marshall Rt 6, died Thuns- The Rev. Champ Rice and
Many joined die group from com
munities along die route. All the
ladies report a most interesting
Mr. aad Mrs. Neil Lewis of
Roanoke, Va.., have returned home
after several days visit. Mrs. Lew
is is a native of Hot Springs and
is the daughter of Mrs. Alii
Church aad a sister of Mrs. Swans
Huff at Alpine Court. Mr. Lewis
is a former South rn Railway em
ployee and was stationed here for
sometime and has many friends
who were please to have them re
turn on n visit.
Union services at the Baptist
Church Sunday were well attend
ed. Rev. Harry Sellers, Methodist
minister, brought the message.
Rev. Harry Sellers and family
Mrs. Gentry bad gone to various
points in Virginia to visit chil
dren there. Mr. Lampkine had a
nice visit with Pat and James Gen
try and their families.
Sunday morning about 11:80
many were surprised to see a long
special Southern Railway passen
ger train pull into the siding hare.
It proved to be a Presbyterian
Sunday School picnic from Knox
ville and there were 600 passen
gers aboard. The hotel grounds
were shortly practically filled with
people and baskets of food. After
lunch many of the young people
Indulged in mountain climbing,
tennis and other games. The train
departed on the return trip at
3:30 and all seemed to have a
day, October 28, 1966 in an Ashe
ville hospital after a long illness.
J. Bunnion Ramsey and was a
member of Shoal Hill Free Will
Surviving are three sons, Ralph
of Marshall Rt 5, Robert and
Charles Ramsey of A she ville;
Three daughters, Mrs. Bud Carrel
of BtHmore, Mrs. Wade Grooms
of Candler and Mrs. William
Guthrie of Orlando, Fla.; and
Services were held at 2 p. m.,
Sunday in the chapel of Bowman
The Rev. Jesse Rice snd the
Rsr. Quill on Amnions officiated
and burial was in Holcombe Cem-
Funeral Home was
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the background and beginning of
a life dedicated to God's service
even before its conception.
Throughout the Bible one fact
is stressed children come from
God. Many of the greatest Bibli
cal characters, whose being was
greatly desired by one or other
j (or both) of their parents have
been earnestly prayed for; this is
rein tera ted again and again
Wr thoughts and in her heart is
evidenced by the fact that she
tenderly prepared little garments
to be taken to him once a year in
the annual pilgrimage to the tem
ple presided over by Eli the priest.
Whst love and what longings
must have gone into each little
garment! What pride and joy
must have lived in her heart and
Shone from her eyes as she saw
the child grow handsome and
(strong and willing in the service
of the Lord! Herein must have
lain Hannah's strength. For we
can bear anything that cruel fate
can inflict on us if we can but
Services for Mrs. Hassl Phillips,
48, of Man Hill RFD 1, who disd
Wednesday, October 27, 1966 in an
Asheville hospital, wars held at
2 p. m., Friday in Gabriel's Creek
Baptist Church, of which she was
Ths Rev. Orlando Hawkins of
ficiated and burial was in ths
church cemetery. Pallbearers were
Gary and Glenn Phillips, G us and
BiU Ballard, Preston Coffey, Dal
Peek, Harold Ponder and Rex
Mrs. Phillips was a native of
Madison County and an employee
of the American Enka Corp.
Surviving are the husband,
Dewey Phillips; two sons, Bruce
and Larry Joe Phillips of Mars
Hill; the parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Ballard of Weaverville Rt.
2; four sisters, Mrs. Kelse Fergu
son of Mars Hill Rt. 2, Mrs. Her
echel Coffey of Mars Hill Rt. 1,
Mrs. Charles Roberts of Weaver
ville Rt. 2 and Mrs. Gerry Gray
of Detroit, Mich.; and two brothers,
Lattie of Mars Hill Rt 8 and War
ren Ballard of Port Angles, Wash.
Holcombe Funeral Home was in
Decame leaders or wieir lW1, , ,i,j. niMS.
people, irue, tney were ajao nu- if are Dleasitut
man, and made mistakes . . . even jn th, sight God in the
I smnea. but, on the other side ol
the picture, they each contributed
greatly to the life of the Hebrew
.nation, and to posterity and the
imiM ui uurisiianuy. nna uaw , human
always, this was because of the
earnest desire of the parents in
volved to honor their connmit-
sight of the world through our ear
nest efforts to help them become
worthwhile human beings, contrib
uting something of value to the
Parenthood is not always easy:
it more often than not involves
sacrifice and self -giving over
Here Comes The
Minnie, we just couldn't do it
You may think you are smart
enough to find your way to the
Mattie Willams Hospital in Rich
lands, Virginia, while Irs turn our
back to the road ahead and mit
the typewriter on the btek seat
snd start pecking away on this
column. But somehow ws doubt
it Anyway wa don't think High
way Patrolmen would approve of
such doings. Ton sea they might
Thurs the Bible use the strong
are. Yes, that was the place we
stayed ail that long time in Au
gust, and left you sitting back
home in the garage wondering
where we were and why you were
all a-l-o-n-e. We promise, jross
our heart, honest Injun, never to
m" v . uv-io iviv-t as ilia sjaav . -
Rev. Howard Cashatt officiated Zebu Ion V. Roberts,
and burial was in the Ramsey m. , .
Cemetery. Friends of the family WatlVC Of County,
were pallbearers. w , v ,
Buried On Monday
lo, turnip greens, corn bread and
(anything else we like to eat We
mencs to tne ixrd in return lor ,i nnA what t. rllv
necessary or should be neces-
the birth of the beloved child.
Bary. Disciplinary acts sometimes
Our lesson today shows the
neignis to wnicn motnernood can cauge M extent we
ascend ... and the importance of avojd y, from pureiy 8elfi8h
the role a mother plays in the motiTell and thereby we become
snaptng oi ner child s life. of ioing tt, child an in
While it is true that Hannah ;.!. rv, w.
partly desired a child as a status mn to our ehildren the ma
Zebulon Vance Roberts, 72. of symbol (for the Israelites set , i-i ,i.,,... tj,.. h;M
a 111 11 .1 SyS MSI H1I1I MICO VWicj 1 1UI vii
always say All well that ends Atoheville, died Friday, October great store by the continuance of ,io nTarida them with
1966 in an Asheville hospital their name) there is left no doubt - k.
, v "SL r-t after a abort illness. in the resder's mind that she knowled(t. Ly are lov
please take notice there m not one Ha was a Native of Madison greatly loved her husband; he was ed and we in8till ito them
quotation mark in this whole col- County and had lived in Buncombe kind to her; he was concerned for y,, awnty to recognise the dif
umn. Maybe we should have some County for the past 44 yea He her well-being; and he loved her. eMnce between right and wrong,
to please ths rarians, but was , an Army Veteran of World Love beget, loye, and Hannah jWromn M them to have a lov
this week we are leaving them out jjIwjd retired employe of (with the inherent instincts of a'ing heart and an open mind. We
to please Coley. He says. thy BSMaWsipital. He was son woman) deeply desired to present v, v,o k..;. f
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at again. Wo tokyoa WLjiMr.
t mad 'cause youf wouldn't iwWeVt heard a word from
when we came home. We CLOUD. Maybe aha oan't
we would take you falong the
r if we were wen or still
next tints ws had to go to ask the
sick. Well, we did; and the doctor
said we weren't sick anymore.
Goodbye, Ge riser's baby food. Hsl-
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No, K Smffving fTre
inun wivn a ennox Ana wnenjkgsjuy is k,ve o OUr fellow
answered her pXyerS, She iHsP,,,.,! and s-entleness. kindliness.
the widow, Mrs. kept the promise she had made to and tha -WHtv to forwive are
Morrow Roberts; a son, Him before the child wan con- christlike attributes.
Oren Roberta of Wood- ceived: that she would irive Him a . nj. u.
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r" ,'7 Z " V, . ' , ,niTO cla- 10 " rere1 ln is on km to us for Junt as long
ner in tne AOUK Question pro- nie Bridges of Alexandria, Va., service. M God desires that we have him.
ram. Or maybe after she hauls Mrs. Daffie Debord of Brevard, What it must have cost this lov- yf h, h.a btcome when we re.
iTT-,8 "5 Md KiU CftSia B0bert8' Mr8' g mother to "H frotn her n turn him to the Lord is a measure
to folks she will be able too read Maude Scott and Mrs. Murhl Wal- 'child at the tender aire of thr or .1 iu j
and write. We will soon see. ten, all of Canton and Mrs. Edna (four! That he was contnri in .
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Teague of Leicester; a brother, 1
M. M. Roberts of Leicester; snd
County CB Club
To Meet Nov. 11
Madison County CB Club will
meet Thursday, Nov 11, at the
American Legion Building.
All members and interested per
sons are urged to attend.
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r. In easa after can. while
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Services were held at 11 a. m.,
Monday in Union Baptist Church,
Leicester, of which he was a mem
ber. The Rev. Robert Harris offici
ated and burial was in the church
cemetery. Pallbearers were Guy
Teague, Raymond Roberts, How
ard Bishop, Roy Davis, Lee Stev
ens and Marvin Herron.
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