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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1956
PRICE: $2.50 A YEAH
ttchooU Ar PUymy Big Part
A In Canpaigni Fund
! Are dd
T Officials of the March of Dimes
Drive In Madison County were optl-
.nistic this week at the progress
shown Ifeug far in the drive. Area
chairmen have been named through
out the county and they are ,hard at
work soliciting contributions.
Mrs. JL C Franklin, county drive
chairman, stated this week that the
'schools are cooperating and she soon
expects to have some reports sent in.
January 82-29 is National YMCA
jWeek. During this period the pur-
ptose and prograim of the Yqang
Men's Christian Association is
brought to the attention of the Amer
Within the United States there
re 1,802 Associations 'with over two
million members. In Aahevllle the
YMOA has been an Influence for
good since 1889' and currently is
working through the Branch Com
mittees of Market Street, Central,
Woodfin, and West Asheville. Due
week tiat he bad received several
sizeable donations from civic clubs
and individuals and urged the pub
'Mb to send or bring their contriba-
-Jtionis to Prank Fisher or Mrs. Ron
aprinlde at the CitUena Bank here
r give tbem to the community work.
I Gowrnor Luther Hodgea stated
tUa week. "I urare each of you to
gre genereosry to the March :
to the extended Hi-Y Club program
Arthur I-e4ford,.wnty W?l.tiie Y is touching every section of
for .IWanHeraraiysiv 8tateaUM Buneombe County.
tCO To Dime Drive
It was announced this week that
f 50.00 had been donated to the cur-
ir..f IfatvW vf rHm Drive hv the
fSc1aIs"Sr the Davis-Sexton jjtlwbRthnJerit System
The next regular meeting of the
PoajL will be held at the Legion
building on Tbursday, February 2.
All members are asked to attepd
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation is a "laymen's movement"
and, due to the nature of its pro
ftratm ennphaeis, is eonaixiercd "an
Arm of the Church."
This Church congratulates the
YMCA. local and national, on its
more than a century -of service .-toi
American boyhood and manhood;
Merit System To
Have Clerical Exama
Saturday, March 3
Raleigh The North Carolina
Merit System Council has announced
March 3, 1956 as the examination
date for clerical positions with' all
State and county departments serv-'
S3ver Saya Marahall, Madlaoa
Cotmtjr Are Dry REA
T Sponsor Study
v Bulletins r(No. 1) giving informa
tion concerning these positions may
be seenred from 4he Merit System
Office, Mansion Park Building, Ka
leigji, 7. C. Applications must be
submitted - on official ;fonns o or
beforefFebraary,10, 19B. ,,Appla-
tion blanks may be obtained from the
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CANTOilMANB QRL SCOUTS PLAI)
KIllED WI1EN CAR PATROL CAJIPM
Farmar R q u a I a WA. C
Any Madison Count farmer Is el
igible to partlcipatfr fid the. I$j59 Aff
rioultural ConservanlPwni and
fanners may sign rw$::.iH,fcoii
erate In tbtaf umppfn.9
son ana waur eoneervwon,,povue
The initial lm' yfiiAial
vring araetiess UliMMl 'gUr
and will mS'Js$tnmn
who da-.aai fi:l(hrjit;f.
by January U Itiml'
portuniy to , file arwardsp;!'! :ffo
sign up! a farmer should'eoatact ;h
ASC office in. Marshall J fli Signing
up under the IMS AC.to afy ftat
approved soil and1 water eonseivation
practices, the fanner does o$ :Obi
beeome Vg$Me 'piajafaaattf;
ance in eanyinf eat AeedeeVwasetw
wation paaettees.. '''m'SV
Mr. Hawkins Uteept .that
Aecprding to Harrjr . Silver.
jsWintyjagent, farm families in Mad-
isoa: V)un.ty are now taking a kbfc
ai year's records and planning
for. 1366. The records, an bad and
the outlook is worse 1 The, 1965 re
taction in tobacco allotment by 26
fcoiiiSed -fth- higher apesating ' coat
ow. almost every Kern except pur-
shased livestock feed has dug deep
into farm income.
;,f Information taken from Agricul
tural Outlook Charts for 1966, pre
pared by the U. S. Department of
Agrfeulture,reveals tbe following:
Realized net income by fainv
r"ift' 1955 wa&.h towest in VS
fe The fmis share of tM'Mn
farmm irtw coeverata in is -onlr Ic as
gram must bear 4haJr abara al !Wmmr!r
oouhty welfare," "healtV. ' pt 'emj4oyr
tteni.aiflceUV Z ' Tv
Exaiadnatkms will bt given for th
foUowfeg' aeries or Stata and county (, re 'meis' i. Seediiig Permanent Pa
level positions: typist, stenographer, tnre or Hayj Z. Additional , Vageta
uu Tuut ciartcai. jEixaminaHons ; tivo Cover "in
ouVof-ipoeltet cost Itoirayed
conservatioq practice "whiel amounta
to approximately ; 40 per cent, of the
total cost of materUls W acre as
well as perform the labor 'involved.
In turn, the fanner and tbi; nation
enter into a contract which worKs to
benefit both the farmer and the na
tion. .-A . ' ty$'$ffi&ii&V)
In concluaion the-'eounCV irJmaif
said that his committee woul4 meet
on January 26 for the?Jpurpbsa ef
reviewing farnwr requests whfch art
filed during , the inlttaBi'iiiM.
riod and that the iSfiw?raeiM Je
notified by mal) ''KiM!
Wb approvaL . FraifeeV on' Hrfilch
able tale spring inemdayotite
foUowinc for ilHWis':Vl4st.
and, the Trtawt-ja-Mrt:
will also be given for the statistical! Liming Materials a FarmlahdH.
series and for stock clerks on thejstripcropping 5. Forest free Plant-
ww. fw ireiuiucuk . mr: a. rarmanent Fuhin m Hat
positions with opportunity for ad
vancement and qualified .interested
persons are urged to apply.
If there are a sufficient number
of -applications, .the, examinations
will be given in 12 cities throughout
The drought of 1962 caused a
great interest to be shown in irriga
tion "ra Madison County, according
to Harry G. Silver, Madison County
Farm agent This interest was "pan
ic" interest in that crops were dry
inr un and thousands .of dollars
worth of crops were being lost by
the day due to the hot dry air rob- f . I ajfJl
bing the soil and plants of their ""ere III MOdel
moisture. Artificial applicatios of
water appeared to be the only insur
ance, against a crop failure,
v Droughts cost farmers more today
than they did 20 years ago. Water
becomes the limiting factor on -100
bushels per acre com much sooner
l&an-it does on SO bushels per acre
corn, i Tobacco treated in such a
manner as to enable jttoreach aS.OOo
Cbtttinued-to Page Two)
Fred Sams Sells
Interest In Mode
Grocery Store Here
Field Drain Tile.
It was announced here this week
that Fred . Sanvi,; .popular grocery
man and butcher,- has sold his inter
est iq the Model Grocery here to
under the cownership of Mr. Sams J6 Building .Marshall, and yrf
and Mr,.,Srinkl4' MTlw4raM Tuesday an Thursday
was made early this month. i mornings tnrougaont -(M
I cucn session on tne coaijse .-wiu ,pe-
AD) COURSE KOW
BEING HELD Hp
Meetings Being Held At REA
BfHldinsi . To Contintto.
A Social Welfare Aiof-urle;
sponsorea oy tne Aaieracai . Aep
Cross, started this mornlhg at the
Mr, Sams is remaining with the
grocery store until another" butcher
be obtained. .. -
Annoiiaces lJunic Date ' , , ,
Chan-e At Hot, Springs JJf h" P t
. J Tt- : . - - .Church To Be Razed;
JLZE SaT? I N Church Is Planned
SpjHlgs eliaie days ' from 4kH ' 2nd
'and last Tuesdav to. the 2nd and 4th
Moarfay in each month from lOiW
a, jBWHOi.iwv ffciJawA- - i v
TbaxtkCliniJ igiU be haJd-Mon-
V . - " '- Chein
-a" - f 3 I -
r f . c:; t
gin at 9:46 o'clock and"continuft unr
til 11:46 o'clock, it wJexDlalneV
' The purpose 1 of the puris is rto
better acquaint the eitibenraf Madi
son County with -Bed Owss H acjli-
tiea, welfare aid and aid front ath
ec agenciea available during a jtis-
The Marshall Baptist ChurchI-
regular ' business .s aession 1 ttttn
jvotea npon recommendation M . v .
Building Committee to hold Ita final
servlca in the presentT htIdint on
Sunday, March 4 and tobegin on
March 6 to move out an equipment
in preparation tot tearing the build
ing OOWn. - v.i".p t
It ia hoped that the building can
bo removed and the. Jot e!erel f
Apra J. Caearating a HI rrc ,
l frV-4 the. rct il'-j t '
ru.'-5on - of a noira ttl
Vrts. JohWright affWeavervllle,
"achinr th course rand aeleoted
eakars from the .various agencies
& ; jVmert debt free fihaneial as
sets are the lowest of ' recent years
and ire getting progressively lower;
1 4. One farm worker now supplies
himself and 18 other people with
food, fiber and' tobacco and his out
put per man hour is up 85. since
1940, but efficiency isn't enough.
JThe situation is not rood, t hut
AaBBiecs. of Madison 'County ot the
Bation don't give up or call a strike
when the going gets rough. There
always ways to keep; going" and
haw is no exception. It has often
been said that our industrial eapaoL,
ty has nude the United SUtee great
rlo grottp: of people' in this- country
hre; arC hoAoat alaJmilh'.mftkics:
k.-wni-'lj The farmed dat avery
Ie1edacates hto .children; ad
then sends half af them tot tlx fac
tories to produce industrial supplies
ai and his farm neighbors do mora 'to
keep a healthy religious; foundation
under this great country than any
single group for they know God in
Hta fullest glory by living with life
and death each day with every ray
of God-given sunshine and every
drop of rain meaning something to
hinv Has any subversive group
aver- developed in the farm commu
nities except the rebellion against
Great Britain? Have the farm peo
pl not thus subsidized American
In looking over the past we get
eonaage for the future. We must
cay harder than ever to keep a
(mong economic foundation under
Our .farm way of life. There are
ome bright spots in the future. Here
SKIDS NEAR HERE AT NEW SITE
Icy .Raoafa Wanted Few Wreck I The new Girl Scout Camp site wOI
Aa Car Overturner Second open for patrol camping in 1964L.
WKC FataOMy j This is the announcement made fey
the Pisgah Girl Scout Council waUb-
Winter's cold, icy weather claimed! serves girls in swen Western North
a second life in W!NC in as many Carolina counties, including MadS
days last. Friday, January 13, 1956 toe.
when Bobert Charles Wilde of Can- The 131 -acre camp site is Jocaosat
ton was injured fatally as the car in Transylvania County, 8 raflnr
in which, hewas riding skidded and south of Brevard. Development ?
overturned on a Madison County the property was started last year
ttL with funds from the Girl SeausV
Wilde, 28, and Glenn Green, 17, Cookie Sale which paid for drill!
of Newport, TeoiL, were riding ia an a. well, building a pump house, aadt
automobile when the driver attempt- construction of a road. Additions
ed to pass a truck about four miles 1 will be made to the camp each year
aerth of UacshaU on, U.S.'2&f9: aifund. are ..available throaghJW
The vehicle hit aa icy spot ia the sale of more cookies,
road, went out of control and over- According to the Camp ComsnhV
turned. tee, the Council will hold two Fav
Green was carried to Memorial trol Encampments at the -estaofiaaw
Mission Hospital in Asheville for ed camp site for five-day perioda is
observation. It was reported that July. A session for white girls wQl
Green was the driver of the autonto-1 be held- July .17 tfitough 21 and too
We. i second encamltheat4. will- be for Me
3fleeoa the toad atvtmr scene f efcre gtrU: Jttlis 4Vtarari Julv 2K.
n-rerft had, W .emted with) . sand;! .ah' -ielghnoTbod' uv-4h eotosatr
pbut :ee,a.tappalntljr. hit a aTtoay Md one-qualified patrol of S
ept, yfwmvwyrm-ie awe, e tneigrusMat teast feart oM). jumv
trtedcaadrlhen-'went aver mn"emlant-eaoh- wghrheoiv wMl furnish, a
iMsntt tleeet one' leader, tents, eookinc near'
The accident occurred at about land equipment, furnish and eea
98o a. m., and Wilde died about (their own food.
10:30 a. m. I The Council will furnish a directs
Funeral services were held Sun-1 or, waterfront director, and a
day in the Rocky Branch Baptist lor a qualified First Aid person.
Church on Allen's Creek near I . Girls , participating in the
Wayneavilie at 3 p. m, . The Bev.j-must meet certain reoulrementa. ao
L. Queen officiated. '"v H teast1'l94,years' of age,ViniaxeaOam
widow and and 2zp-ndhrdlmfwym health, and shall have partkipaoadl
included among the survivors are I in a patrol camping experience aadl
his parents. His father is well known lb skilled in the use and practice eft
in Madison County. jfte patrol system. Final stliiilial
of tbi eanroers will be made bv tin
irelclioihood Selections Commtttoar
basU of akiU in primiUve eaoa-
1d bt tt eamphMr' Irtrfflir aaeaav,-,
ledge, to he taught or Aani.' tSt'"
" - j f - r , , ; i w
vAre vou-nlannitt fat sow i anvleemnoriies." and story -teHiaci a2b
meadow permanent pasture or aabiejieoraemenc ox leaaers aM
fa Purina? the serine or fall of 19M? I members;; ' : .r . , ,
Do you esooect to get assistance from f - Plana for thir "FimJtoundup,,i
the ASC in buying your lime or fer-jthe 1966 camp is termed,! were amV;
tilizer? If you expect to get assist-1 Bounced along with anoumwjr fr
anco through the ASC yon should I Giri Scouting in the area dwtofcW
take a soil sample and have it an-11965. This summary is contaih t
alysed. The ASC requirement states attractive blotters which are
that in the absence of a soil test, you 1 distributed to supporters of the
muft use 2 tons of limestone per Scout program.
acre on land that has not been lim- The report shows an increase .ant
ed, within 'the past 6 years, and one registered girls from 1,400 in tteaV
ton of limestone per acre on land that to 1,772 in 1955 and an increase
has been limed within the past five adult volunteers from 435 in !
years. By a recent soil-test, that! to 556 in 1955. Total receipts Mm
from $17,914.96 to 20,Z36.2& dUKUgr
the same period.
The Pisgah Council is suppoTtaaT?
by Buncombe County, Waynesvflla.
Canton-Bethel-Clyde, Yancey Coaa-.
ty and Transylvania County Unitsd
Soil Samples ShcSld
means that the test should have
been made in the last 12 months.
Any soil test taken over 12 months
before the farmer makes application
will not be acceptable. It will be to
all farmers' advantage to take a soil
samnle for all their crons. but fori Funds, and Girl Scout Driver ia
ia Madison County we have an oo-. farmers who have limed their soil Avery, Madison and Mitchell
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portunity to take up some of the
Slack by growing more of the things
wo; use. A good garden should be
planned and produced by every farm
(Continued, to Page Ten)
Jones, Favors f .
Balanced Budget :
Foreign Aid Cut
Conaresswan JJenes of the lltl
Kel(r' CVv Wstrict vstated in
Wasnington today he was glad ta see
a balanced budget submitted to Con
gress. ; Jone aid." "While t do not I
- jmmmmm -n,i .. ... u j - . 4B.A
Madison -orty .nr.b, wwVrl'Zl?2lZ:&
speakers during the eoorse. W V. ''- rLT
It is hoped that tltiaens front every
community ta the eouflty will ; take
this, opportunity .to learn mora about
the aids which can be secured in case
of disaster.- K
a w .. .
see a balanced budget proposed. The
budget calls for the expenditure of
1:500,000,000.00, ouring th fiscal
year,' 1887, which fa In my opinion
still exeessiva, , This total aum can
be further reduced and I am inclined
to : believe that the ' Congress wi3
make serious efforts ra that dZre
tion. V Tb ltam'';ef;l1r,,.":3,;:3.5
for' f s-fe'.rn aid caS, a: j t.ouU tt
If C " I ?
a!4 ir '":.:'
la . "-.",
' 'fist seeon'
, Aw;frktn f
T ' tt f r t
within thf na.it. S veara ti is verv I ties.
important to take a sample to cut
down on cost of establishing alfalfa
or permanent pasture .
pertinent of Agriculture, Raleigh, N.
C, the soil will be analysed free of
charge. - Soil 'sample boxes and In
structions on how to take a eoQ sam
ple may, be, obtaihed, at tha -Coufcty
AgenM office In the Coafthonsa ia
FOUR IM HURT
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C7i JAIOJMY 28 r
v kr.; Taxis,- called thd fworld's
first Christian Western," wCl be
siowt at the ' Harohall Ifc.od'.st
CVah' on 'Saturday t'J t, Ja??ry
t r wrdtag1; t ' an anns-i; - r.t
. . .
i , i -wacz- ay i.,e uer, .js. . ..e
The cOnditian of. Aud Amcnonar .
ta ef .Marshall. JiFD , who was lav-;
Jured along with three other meav , -avatotoot'
aceident near Kism
OcirriKturday, waa reported' asr-.
-MfySbd" thU week, by Mematia:;'
stlssMi ftospttal in Asheyille. J N
Itiif Piul Amammr, t2 -MawJis";
J1asaer,;28, and Coy BoUIfialdV TT
all of Marshall EFD 2, were l "
jKnaa'thete er Vsnt out of . cc-:
while 'passing a . track and err "
into an embankment ' ' r
t The car overturned .and t' "
141 feet on its top, the C'.s'j
way r. r l said. - -
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