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The news-record. (Marshall, Madison Co., N.C.) 1911-current, December 10, 1981, Page 3, Image 3

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Marshall Christmas Parade ' Begins Holiday Season ' ' ^ " i Photos By N. Hancock STEPHEN RANDALL, Wz, was thoroughly engrossed in the clogging teams that per formed in front of the courthouse on Main Street. PARADE SPECTATORS gathered around the intersection of Main and Bridge streets to MADISON HIGH SCHOOL marching band, directed by Harry Owenby, provided cadence and music for the Marshall Mer MISS JUDY JACKSON along with Brian Moore, 4, (left) and Jeffrey Moore, 3, take advantage of the watch the Marshall Hillbilly Clog gers during a brief stop in the parade. chants Association Christmas parade held Saturday. ' steps at the Department of Social Services building to watch the Christmas procession. SANDY DEITZ, 1981 Madison High School homecoming queen, shares a smile and a wave to bystanders near the Marshall Post Office. JONATHAN (left) and Wesley Bullman give it their all as the Walnut Ridgerunners clogging team stomp out sophisticated syn copated steps involved in preci sion team clogging. USED TRUCKS 1980 FORD COURIER PICK-UP. 4 Speed I960 MAZDA PICK-UP. 4 Speed 1977 CHEVROLET 1-TON DUAL WHEEL, Lor? Wheel Base. Flat Bed 1977 CJ-S JEEP. Bit Tires. A Good Buy ?ft it -it USED CARS 1900 CHEVETTE, 2 Door, Automatic, Air . 1977 CAMARO COUPE. Automatic, Air 1974 VOLKSWAGON, 4 Speed, Good Condition 1976 AMC PACER. ?CyL, Automatic, Air, Clean 1975 FORD LTD, Automatic, Ak. Good Condition

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