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MADISON CHAMPIONS The Mars Hill High
Sil'.ool hoj.s poHtod an 18-9 basketball record this sea
s:n a;ul won the Madison County tournament recent
ly. Ij-R: front row, manager Phillip Merrell, Sam
Vance, Liiv.rc.ue Ainiuon:!, Albert Dlnckwell, Milam
Wall, Howell Smith, Larry Ponder and manager Ron
dd Criffin. Back row: L. C. Kradley, David Boone,
Javid Bradley, Everett Duck, James Radford, Dick
v ance, Debarris Chandler and Wayne Roberts.
-Cat Courtesy AshvvUle Titian
MADISON COUNTY CHAMPS The Mars Hill Hii School
girls basketball team posted an 18-7 record this season as they won the
Madison County Conference championship. First row (1-r) : Marion
Reese, Kay Peek, Ddfothy Eatmon, Edith Shepherd', Jo Whitt, Joy Lou
Hensley and Nina Fisher. Second row (1-r) : Gayle Robinaon, Ethel
Shook, Carol Dean Edwards, Helen Metcalf, Barbara Metcalf, Joyce
Merrell, Caroleen Johnson and June Metcalf.
Cut Courtesy Asheville Tones
- RUG HAS LUia ur iwiwia
Winchester, Mass. The Persian-
"Rug of Civilization," wluco
owned by a local firm, has an es-
lated 2,000 knots to the square
u. .30.288.000 in all. It took ten
master weavers twelve years to cre
ate the 75-year-old rug, which de
picts 165 world-famed personages
vinre the time of Socrates.
A State Highway Patrolman says
he was in court recently when the
judge was questioning a motorist
charged with running through a
flashing red light. "Didn't you see
'.he light?" the jurist asked the man.
'1 did, indeed, your honor," he re
plied. "But I went through on the
Every year, some iarmers in North
Carolina are greatly inconvenienced
because they overplanted their allot
ment of a basic crop. Tilman R. Wal
ker, chairman of the State ASC
Committee, has reminded Tar Heel
farmers that it is definitely their
e&ponsibility to plant within their
Every year a few farmers over the
state, on having their acreage
measured by ASC personnel, find
hat they have overplanted .Many
of these farmers, according to Wal
er, pay additional money out of
heir pockets to have a represent
ee of the ASC county committee
witness disposition of the excess
creage. Other farmers make a de-
osit with the ASC office to have
officials revisit the farm and re-
Cpl. McKinley Baker of Walnut,
recently was graduated from the 4th
Infantry Division Non-Commissioned
Officer Academy in Germany. At
the academy, he studied administra
tive procedures, leadership and the
latest military techniques. Corpor
al Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ves
tie Baker, Walnut, is a squad leader
in Company E of the division's 8tl
Regiment. The corporal entered the
Army in September 1953 and com
pleted basic training at Fort Jack
son, S. C. He arrived in Europe in
February 1954. His wife, Erika, is
with him in Germany.
1 OFFICE FORMS
measure the acreage. In just about
every case, this is an unnecessary
drain on the farmed's pocketboofc,
and in every case, the time lost by
these revisits to the farm is a great
inconvenience to the farmer, he says.
: bill heads:
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"That's just one of the reasons
the farmer should remember that it
- is his responsibility to plant within
" this acreage allotment,'' Walker adds,
- Another reason is that every time
.farmer plants over his allotment, lie
U wasting seed or plants, fertiliser
Ijind labor. I vfe
As a service tp farmers, ASC wi)J
send trained 'reporters to the. farm
to lay.' off farmer's allotment ; be
' fore any: planting. Jor this service,
?he farmee ; pay only g 'the i 'fccual
Ah tp C n s pemeasBrnent, ThVtft
hat they rs not overpls'
rtinsfing pa themselves
Jbla amount of ino-p
s vrell ss quite bit cf :
Mrs. Paul Hopkins
nd Mr. iini! Mrs. J.
I t'tfip ' I II
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The Southern Railway System,
which annually spends more than
$200,000 on a national advertising
campaign designed to attract new
industries to the South, now comet
up with a suggestion for those com
munities fortunate enough to latch
onto a nevv plant.
In an advertisement appearing
this month in newspapers through
out, the Southeast, Harry A. I)c
Butts, the railway's president, says:
"Il's n fine thing to have the
ucuoiiie niai' out for a new factory
on opening day. But it's not enough!
V coiiimun'.tv's long-range industri
al growth and prosperity depend on
..ncere and continuing hospitality to
j industry, long after the welcoming
j committee has gone home. This is
ja job for all of us in the South to
day. "The steady, year-by-yenr expan
ion of existing industry is impres
sive proof that the job is being done
Southern industries are getting ai
lionest day's work for a fair day'.
J irrhnologiral progros which u!t.
,,n.i I mately creates still more iolis . . .
.lom.st, stable, friendly state and !o
i-ai gnvcrnmcnt and fair tax treat
mint . . . el'iiiient, dependable rai.
"VUh I'" of us dirinir all we car.
.Mr. ami .Wrs. 1 an, il-tiU-y ! , ; weLome new industries to thi
Kn-.xviile, rioted Mr. and Mrs. South and to ke p them -happy i:
ariki.-y Prigmatr ov ,- t'le week end 'their new home, the Southland ' wii.
and attended the birthday dinner eonliime to grow and prosper. Ann
Sunday of Mr. Hcnslcy's father, the . ,,ay . . . understanding acceptance oi
Hcv. Arthur Hensley at the home of ,a. j thc South will benefit!"
his daughter, Mrs. Blanch Ilender-
Mr. Marvin rix'Mwv of Asheville
spoke to the Walnut I'TA Tuesday
night on the sehject, "Alcholism,
The Nation's' No. 2 Problem."
Kinals of the elementary basket
ball tournament will be held today
(Thursday) at 10 o'clock. Both boys
and girls of Mrs. Jeanette Tweed's
seventh grade meet those of Mrs.
Burnette's eighth grade.
Students of Walhut High partici
pated almost 100 per cent in the
taking of polio shots given by the
Health Department and the Madison
County Medical Society.
Mrs. Ivan Dockery entertained
with a party at her home last Friday
Mr. Zaclc Chambers and Mr. Rex
Davis Of Asheville are conducting a
Swartz of (l.iodrlls, Mich., visited
Mr. and Mrs. John I.edford over the
la t week end.
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ingiifg school at Hopewell churc!
Mr3. J. Leonard Baker will b
hostess to members of the Garder
Club of Marshall at her home thi
Little Larry Leake is confined t
his home due to illness.
Funeral services for Mr. Bee W
Massey of Big Pine were held Wed
nesday afternoon at the Upper Bit
Pine Baptist Church.
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