v. THE NEWS-RECORD' - KABlSHALL, tf 7, Fmiy !;
m n ; : 5 r r?. rr: -r-rr-rr s' v
A large crowd attended church at
Ball City Sunday. Itev. I). I). Rus--M1I
delivered a uo.-d message. -
.M (MM ('.
lit Satin day
Mr. and Mr
tV da's with her ilau
Flt.iyd l'i-lier of ( "ij d
llr. anil Mrs. I.uyil Fih and fam
Iry attended church at Fines Orwk
c&iirrh Sunday nimning.
Mr. and Mi.-. Arihui .Moon
eirJiJinil were 'i-:'iiiL' Mr. and Mrs.
Jtmri I'leiniiions .Sunday night.
Jiin Donaldson spent Sunday night
"-uilii I'harle- I'uwaiil,
Everyone has enjoyed the pretty
weather we have heen having for the
part few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Tit-itmu Mr. and .Mrs.
Agnes Mathus -pent
-h Mrs. Sarah Price.
Jo Ann Alen spent Thursday
H';i!ht with Shelha Jean Moore.
Mr. ;ind .Mrs. Rithard I'leinmons
Wr. A)!ie BlanUen.-hip
the r- u i re visit Kg M i
-V!.'M I ' i v Sunda .
K - A. Tweed (2)
K Can i roll M4
C, -B. Tweed
(.' M. Kraliklir.
and i r; Csncll
Ford. Mars Hill:
-on 12. Rohlnson
CI) Mars Hill
(10) Whitt K
(lit) Shepherd K
Cook, Franklin 1.
. Metcalf (, John
4, Dvkus. IS. Met
a'f, Sheltui:. HensleV, Siiinli.
Ila:itinie: 28-15, Mais Hill.
Mathus were j
Sundav night '
l.auiel (liO) (7S) Mais Hill
! Shelton (10) ill) Amnions K
' Wnllin (1) (12) Smith F
- Cantrell (2) ( 10) Vance t
; . Ramsey (2) (14) Wall -V,
' Ft anklin (ti) Ponder l!
S'ulis: Laurel: Chandley 2, Thom-1-.
.1. Kamsev 1. Mars Hill: Black
veil :!. Chandler 2, L. Bradley 2, S.
1. Duck 11, Radford, I!., ISrad
Koiierts 4, lioone 1.
Il.ilfliine: :8-l(i. Mars ILL
o::'. :t l;-'je.!iis and Sawyer.
Fish Authorized To
Sell, Distribute Eggs
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Schedule Of Home
Clubs in County
I :.2 I Mai-lial
it ( 1 .". i ( ':i l Thomas F
V .Ioi:ii-.n 111 ill) Kednion - !'
i ' II. ii. 'i i m.i) I'll i i 1 2 ) Revi.-N I'
C Cornell C.'oforth (J
,(; l.un-li.ni Ward G
G -Al Kit Nix G
Subs: Walnut: Hall. Kanisey 2,
Bullnian, Thomas, T. McDevitt. Hel
ton. Mai -hall: Cuates, Kent, liiiir.us.
JIall'tinie: ir.-2."., Walnut.
Under 1955 Egg Law
lialeiL'h, Feb. 15 More than
420 persons or firms in North Car
olina have been issued certificate,
authorizing- them to sell or distribute
i'ks under the North Carolina F,i,t
Law enacted in 1955, Ralph Kelly
poultry marketing sjiadialist with
the State Department of Agricul
ture, announced today.
Included in this number in Mad
ison County is O. M. Fish, of Hot
.'priiiR's Route 1.
The new law, which became ef
fective on July 1, 191)5, is aimed ai
protecting North Carolina producers
against unfair competition and con
-unici.-t against mislabeling as t
quality and size of eggs. It is ad
ministered under regulations adopted
by the State Board of Agriculture
Certificates are required for those
distributing eggs to retail outlets,
restaurants- or public institutions.
Kelly advised al! persons, except
prod: ers and retailers, who are dis
tributing eggs within the state and
who have md applied for a certifi
cates, to do so al once. The ccriif'i-catc-
are i.sucd free of ehaige. and
application forms may be obtained
bv writing to the Division of Mar-
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TOMlf the mm
MAKES THE FABRIC
Ii. X. C.
if A 1
Monday. Feb. 20 -Mrs.
HI! Carter, hoste
Tuesday. J '-). 21
JHrs'. L-on S u . t . i . hosti
Wrs. Kail Robins.. n
rhtirsuay, Feb. 2:1
Mrs-. Ellsworth, hoste;-
V Gahagan (2ii i
I-'- -Boyd (Id)
( ' Norton ( 2 i
( ,' Ramsey ( l
C Farmer ( 1" I
tads 1, Corhett .'!
N. C. Motor Vehicles
Given By Counties
The .North Carolina motor clii
cles registration figures given be
low should be of interest to our read-
(11) Mai .-hail
(lit) lluey F
l s ) Baldwin V
(4) Shook C
( 1 ) Tipton C.
Reeves, Ijiw- 1
Brown o. -Mien,
Friniay, Feb. 21 - - Forks of Ivy-
Roy Marshbanks, hostess.
Folks who deceive themselves
easy ljiarks for other deceivers.
Yancey County -
Total in North Can;
HUGH A. WELLS
Hugh A. Wells, of Shelby, a can
lidate for the nomination to Con
gress ti-om tne 11th District, was a
visitor n Marshall last week-end.
met and talked with many of the
Mai. shall Democrats while here and
expressed a desire to again visit Mar--hiill.
lie was accompanied by l.i-i-ai.i
pa ign mana'.'-c! . M'. Leo Ifn.iil,
.. ,,f Shell. v.
Of A Good Yield
In the textile world today, a finfh
is just as important as a fiber. Bur
its terminology ften makes shop
ping difficult--thera are always new
names cropping up..
The oldest and most familiar fab
ric finish is shrinkage control, ac
cording to Mary Em Le, State Col
lege extension specialist in textiles
and clothing. This process was de
veloped in 1929. The term Sanfor
ized was adopted to indicate that a
garment hearing the mark will not
shrink more than 1 per cent.
Mercerization is a process of fin
ishing that adds a silken luster to
cotton fabrics. You'll find all kinds
of cottons mercerized everything
from fine broadcloths to army twills.
Mercerization, according to Miss Lee
also adds strength to the fiber:
Plisse is a crinkled surface that's
added to a flat fabric. It's done by
orinting highly concentrated caustic
soda in a pattern on cotton cloth
by means of a roller. Soda causes
the printed part, to shrink and crin
kle the fabric. Miss Lee points out
thai in many cases, this treatment
- imt successful. The crinkle fre
luently washes nut and the gnniient
mil -i tin-n be ironed after each
1 1 y gi i '. ".- f n ; she- re- :.-t odors
I inm icr-,ii. at .on. These finishes
let ua.lv retard naeiena growtn ami
To get the
people must le
Aileiiiate t..pd!--:iig id'
ini n from l-ebiuar- la to
la ; - one of the be -I a -- u ranee -good
grain yieid, ;iu'.i.l:ii:: lo (i
Spain, extension aeioiiomy -pi
i-t at N. C. Stale ( oliegv.
lie says nitrogen wii! cause
cram to produce more tillers
piaiit which will mean more h
::' '--a il at harve t time. It will gf-t
the )il:iiits off to a rapid growth
w hi ll me plants begin to joint after
the winter dormancy, drain of high
er protein content i- possible with
an adeiiuale supp'v of nitrogen top-
dressing. This caii mean
lending value of
-. On average clay or clay loam
soils, 30 to 45 pounds of nitrogen
im M"re. may result in an increase
- m 1 r, . . .. 1. ..i . : . ..
( u Oion
-mall i They'i
Marrh ' shoe
- of a I incuts-,
i,. F. i
tiie lll'i of Die material.
,. t Wednesdav afternoon.
u-ed principallv in socks. '
:i i .ami .urs. i narne Lee muoic
and family of Marion spent Satur
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
following ltd clover or ' .
daughtei of Charlotte spent a few
g ra in
i ;o . II , (
d clover or
i added, w i
not require nitrogen top-
og-lhU8hels- grain per acre or
l5iGn sandy soils, 60 to 80
nitrogen may be needed.
idds that there are many
-ourcis of nitrogen topdressing ma
terials available. The most common
drain of high-v()i(i s,.Vll(.K f,,r u.;. in fertilizer
Onus are ammonium niirnie, -aiin-tro,
or ANL. ami nitrate of soda.
There are differences in these ma
terials as to percentage of nitro
gen, form of nitrogen, effects on the
acidity of the soil, l-esfdues left in
the soil, and cost per pound of ni
trogen. There are also forms of nitrogen
solutions available which must be
applied with special equipment..
idays with her parents, Sir. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waldroup and
family took Sunday dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Gillespie.
Miss .Ma i ga ret Kimberly is on the
Peters,burg, Va. When patrons
on the mail route of Walter E. Chee
ly, friendly mail carrier, heard that
he had lost his wallet containing
$150, they all chipped in, raised $160'
and gave it to him.
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Thenr wet teveral at church Sun--day.
Mra. 'fane Winiam is ill with
pneumonia, but is improving at thU
writing. Mrs. Williams is almost 78
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKenny
and family of Pisgsh Forest spent
the week end with her mother, Mrs.
Those visiting Mrs. Jane Williams
Monday were Miss Margaret Russell,
Mrs. Fannie Finley, Mrs. Lissie
Waldroup, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett
Waldroup, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey
Woody and Mrs. Ada Wldroup.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bright of
Balfour spent the week end with
Mrs. I.ydia Bright.
Misses Imogune Keener and Mar
gie Bright spent Wednesday night
with Mrs. Edna Waldroup.
Miss Vonda Wyatt spent Friday
night with Miss Margaret Kimberly.
Mrs. Carmine Bi-own and Mrs.
Mae Finley were visiting Mrs. Jane
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waldroup and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tran
tham and family and Mr. Glenn
rU'-mrmns wen- visitriiiir Mr. and
Mrs. Warren (iillespii- Friday night,
j .Mr. Kdu aid Wyatt and son and
' Mr. IIi Miy 1 avis u-eiv visiting Mr.
Melvin Wyatt Sunday afternoon.
I Mi- .- Margaret Russell and Ger
! tha Henderson and Mrs. Violet Wal
jdroup, Mao Finley and Ruth Woody
'were visiting Mrs. Adtlie Fowler
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