i t V
'y1 4neay',i!prif &,
Hudib;i Vre'sfdont 4ftd;hjtr
N,:WePcb Ejroad Tink 5!tt
-, i. J v , . itiyvBtrtcKenwnen n (4!k.lvnuBi r v ye; ,
V. :K U4T,.Lh, u&v'S vv . will be- given 'thV MrhalLtHwfl
'-i ".rila rtrently.w octe4
' V 'net iSis-wlci ' ua,tot)hV mitio-
tV -ft 1 T. .nJolice v jventTonrVfb,'
'A ive of, (t-vtav ' i.ountf
lli as owner t -eraWr 61 theUJuiuicni,OTariei; Kopet, urv aix
Vutu, i tea sua in.uv v,r jm r
; kal!, the Kot'Errlrij IIot4 at, Hot
' servei - tbreo- f&tfii
i l.u-ve been 58 ' years bid
.al service , wfll,1tas iel4t
arshaU Ptesbytetiaa Churc8
r afternoon; kB.' tnree'-o'deck.
ib Rev. A.!(?Ray Howlaiid. f or
:astor;vwfll officiate- , Burial
. . e ift the-frjScWrd Cemetery.
a ..Jearar wtH ;be Bruce Murray.
: v fishery' Stan Kennett, . Clyde
' Serts'X-' it -Baley Jr., DrA.
. : jnsetabi Dr.. WO. Duck.
aorary 'pallbearers will be mem
s 6 the Marshall Civitan Club,
j ; ! lera' of the Presbyterian Church
. ; 1 Dlrectors'of the Bank of French
' - Junrlving are ' the widow, Mrs;
. jie WDfong Rudlsill; two sons,,
, ' 1omas of Orlando, Fla, and Craig
:'x L-s Jr. of Marshall; three daughters,
"fa, Mary Cohn of Mars Hill, Mrs.
; IlcleW Goddard of Knoxville, Tenn.,
anil " Mrs Sarah Louise Allen of
1 1 " BenninctoB, Vermont, and si grand-
, 'ebJIdran.', 0 .
V The.bodyjwill be taken to the borne
..v. mj. a:uu 0 ciocK 1 nursaay aiternoQn
C , end . will remain there until 1:00
-S.- clock Friday where it IriU'lie-Ua
ft rstat for one hour prior to the srv-
.vt Bowman-Rector .Funeral Home, is
in charge of arrangements.
y j. Accor '
te - announcement by
, F, i: 1 f Frlaby, window
' s'iJ t r .'!or will be dls
t fd e Jy afternoon
, " T' " -begia-
-.3 v, Vvj,'
r ' :f i nifiit'.imi ii
I I M 1 i Ml m I . l sr m t. i j k. k ft' " 1 . .
School tudifdriojfn, oiieJ5atUliy.
asV-. Apfil , 14,' start) ng trl)t
.oIock. Proceed - fro tho'iivA
wil go. fo'Ka iCdpipIedChUdwttfaJ
rt4 Ball will .aev ai;?8itafWf
rei Sohedulcd to -appear t .S.
Vnni quartet,-;Happy Rhythm; Meloj
dy. JPive, West AahWll .TJrfoIIaii-J
:stiaaM yreen gvwrKt; onfjaurBSivan
treQnl'qiiarttiir Hlchlandsw qi'Ttel,
Smith '(TrWC-' -GobcI UtU.-t-i'
wcancy 'in this -oiy . hjusb' nT; u
lest "2 yebrsf ef experience "showing
thatHhev have the abQitv to conduct
and manage the community's "pestafj
business efficiently end to supervise
employees s0 that fljtoxners ate sat
isfied with the serlpe,- ......
. Competitors must show that they
can- deakwith the publiorgreeably
find effectively and that they are re
liable citizens who would command
the respect and confidence of pa
trons of the post office.
Applicants must take a written
test. Those who pass will be as
signed final ratings on the basis of
this test and on their experience,
ability, and character. There is a
1-year residence requirement and all
applicants except those entitled to
veteran preference must.be at least
25 years of age. ThereVs no max
imum age limit.
. Complete information about ' the
Examination requirements and in
struction for filing applications may
be obtained at the post office for
which this examination is 1eing an
nounced. Application . forms must
be filed with the U. S. Civil Service
Commission, Washington 25, D. C,
and must be received or postmarked
not later than the closing date.
UNITED STATESl CIVIL
World War I Vt
James H. Hensley JtiSen!r.,Vice
Ccnand 3r Veterans' of Werid War
ly aTincunoei this week that the Vet
erf s ef Trll jSfaI, Aolding
a " v 5"" ineet'ng jtV the X Buncombe
Co r t- c""- ouge""'! m jili?" f?
1 '.rirf'"of..''iTave "fen-.
. ".'-ry 'X'--' Tr-.I
.''" -1 "or
Sclrt.. stents' theifcfcamtaand
Other jue(. ,ttended tWrt an;
niial.j rsthti Son, t-Io'1ierr1?au,-r
Ganquc' c J.Iarjaha" UigtoSch jI'b
future era of A. tea ndTJV
frWalte-,! . 'Ml
Dv7CWtp)! of;? he Marsf
'.S'onowUiifi bit dirtnet: Bill-
dradn; president' of hr"r
introduced 'tna ests' prt
f ffA FMrtPnd pf"vpd s
lactiaina, ki : ' Ta-i
iagjflg')itlo.u 1 - "
tbelfc ne :"'
v . . .ian
ianerico. Hequote qxee'rr rora
L.tecen&i hesVie' had heard i.y.e
p'eriencei 'm'en who hatf v?siU'dRus
IarS 1 1 w v " l I- w
Mjp. Smith also , stressed ,he im
portance of mathematics a,nd science
in our schoobj and enoour'igd the
boys and girl' to 1 leartt.; .alf-they
could in these fields. He. urged boys
And girls to securest! .the training
Dossiblo to make belter farmers and
homt makers and alio toid of the im
portance for qualified teaehers in
our educational system. -
He dwelled on the fouri? keys, of
success and enumerated the as fol
lows: 1. Preparation; Jlnjecializa
tion; 3. Perspiration; iijisjfration.
The banquet w8 gdjourned by
i)he impressive closing (Ceremony by
the FFA and FHA nlfllnbers and
Mart Hill PTA
To Meet April 10
At High School
,ii r' j ' :t '
The Mars Hill PTA will meet on
Tuesday April 10, ai TtSO pi'm., in
the higfi acbool auditorium.
, The High School Glee Qub will
present the program. Devotions will
be given by Mrs. Hoy t BlackwelL
Mrs. W. 0. Duck, president, will
preside. - , t
r isnernsen. t- -
A DousIa Monday t
Bank personnel, decided to tqwnd the
day at DouglM fke . la spite of
the rain, the fellows 'landed1 k.' total
ot t3 erappiea. .r.f s t
se ecj"-- te ; "fcg catch
. - 'Mr
mi,v J says
f farmer io
Id 'iip soil re.
goii v- to keep
i Wo bnoMf
j A tp be teady.
j ady" foVwbatey
t j'-nB lfeaping
1 up; in
: t call
1 15 baa
iririar ' s
t 1 i
nun . ".
9 Jed ai''t:.,
31I Civitan Cli
3 ield, lit , t. J
t -irougltl efforts
ivitan Culb.1 k
from ' Marshall,
.hevflle and Mars
ittended the meet-'
was a delegatiMM
rem the Junlo tiviUn Clubiof M
: Am6hg othe. yOests andvpaakers
at. the 'banquet heeting weVt Dallas
Mackey of LexVgton, state extension
director and 'ptM internatical chap
lain, ..and Jmk$ Silver of Marion,
Civitan lieutenant governor at large,
who reported on plans for formation
of new clubs in the zone. A music
al program was presented following
Walnut High School
Junior Class To Give
Play, "Rest Assured"
"Rest Assured," a comedy in three
acts, will be presented by the junior
lass of Walnut High School in the
school auditorium Saturday, Apri
7, at g p. m.
Gene CantreU and Rollan Bullman
are playing the leading roles.
Other members of the cast are
Carta Caldwell, Paula Roberts, Lou
's Goldsmith, Joye 'Thomas, Bruce
Roberts, Maryu,, Ramsey, Prince
Thomas JAbi iXeanr-MeadowaAl-vn
Farmer 4ind Bosemary 'Sawyer., .
t JChe produttioa tM iru Car-j
Judie ' Henderson, WHm; Anderson,
Elizabeth KensleyV: LucUli'BullmaftV
Jinwiy Jack Roberts, Bl Mae free,
man end Garth Anderson. ;
' Th play Is direvi hy'lSrCIUth
ert Baref ooti Junior, eltta . apon-
? - . y - : " -v - v
U 4 '
The C's :
ty, 1 '
tVltS jftUTH GUTHRIE
BY OES HERE SAT.
Miaa )RqU Guthrie j f ca Worthy
) !Mtron 0thr.Officr s
An dpen insUllaMon of . offiors"
for Marahal' (frvfrnfafa prder
Whe Eastern Star, vaseld. Bat-,
orday nlirht," March --Jl ft? 0ia Ka-
,Whlt, ast.. .
Alfc3TWtf, ej..ajnplw.. - r
Eliiabeth,. Sprinkl marabaii Urai
Mrfe7Eids,organj.Bt; ' MieLnle
Chandler, "Adah; lire, Louiae'deyj
futh VvuSl Waldrup,V
thetj. Mrfc' Waiiev Sftory, Martha?
Miss Aldeen ' Waldrop,.' Electa i.'Mre.
Kate Reed, warder;, -a n d Mrs.
Blanche Peek, - sentinel. .
Mrs. Hilda - S. . Halliburton, of
Clyde," "Worthy Grand Matron of
the Grand Chapter of North Caroli
na OES, was installing grand- of
ficer. She was assisted by Mrs. Ev
elyn Wilkersbn, of Asheville DDGM
of the 20th District, installing grand
marshal); Howard Setzer, of Cand
ler, DDGP of the- 20th District, in
stalling grand chaplain; and Mrs.
LorettaVCoston, of Asheville, install
ing grand organist.
AIrs.-Mary Elizabeth Sprinkle, re
tiring worthy vmatron, was present
id 'a past matron's ring, a gift from
.Vfrs. Sprinkle's husband and mem
era of the 6fapter, by Mrs. Willie
Miss Aldeen Waldrup presented a
past patron's pin to F. Ray Frisby
jn behalf of the chapter.
.'A social hour was held at the close
of the meeting and refreshments,
arrying out the Easter motif, were
served, v ' -. -r
Approximately., seventy ive mem
bers and guest attended- the meet
ing. .... , ;
Walnut PuDll Is
urea nn. ocooi
$etV; McD-vitt ll,; Sixth 'r-
N', - 1
ImporUnt Reptorta BsV
Given rnblic Urged
The Madfson Cpunty PromotJW
Council IB beginning to shift toto.
high gear with ,fts coming diober
meeting at the ttot Springe Hotel OS
ne Thursday -night. Jl
Much progress is to be reported
By that date the organization wiB
have been incorporated in the Statau
C. E. Mashbum will report and tmkm
up the matter of uniting the peopl
of the county in this common effort
!! ,.' I , 1 ',' , 1 ' 'AS
The Madison "County Promotion
Council announces that it will
have several prominent official
of the Southern Railway .System
as its guests at the dinner meet
ing next Thursday night, tread
ing the list is Mr. f Clifton Toel,.
Assistant Vice-President in charge
of Industrial Development,. Waaii
ington, D. C; Mr.W. R. Belfield,
General Industrial Agent, of Char
lotte; Mr. Robert D. Darden, As
sistant Freight Traffic Manage
of Asheville; and Mr. Thomas X.
Gragg, Commercial Agent of Ashe
to promote the economic and general
welfare- of the people.' Another
port will be made by the-eoiaaiittosr'
in charge of locating a large poul
try " processing plant near llarsnall ;
The chairman; C; E. MashbunT, Bar
it t Silver, 7Kne& Btigman;'. Jtgf
Tweed'-ab4 D MrABoblnsoAVVw!
l-ave-Sufiday; Jforv XU)lelgl'wbes
y J na fepresentauyes or
jpXOf iUl0. y Uf,v, , " U
Ariother' report , Will, be , ma .
John McLod,Maja Hilt nt i
ber of the Btttmnre Committee, n
booklet which will set forth the &-
ural resources and general industri- f '
al advantages of Madison County )?
will be printed and placed in-titer
hands of engineering firms, stoUy $
-ailroad and other industrial agenv
. Rev. A. V. Graves will report o
his recent visit to Washington where
he spent two afternoons with the of
ficials of the Southrn Railway. A
pleasant surprise may be in store
for those who attend the dinner, sub .
one of these men promised to attend
the dinner- if it is possible for bins .
to get away from the many indus
trialists who have been demanding: -hs
time in their search for industri- ;
The dinner will be in the Hot c
Springs Hotel at 7:08 o'clock. It
will be provided by the ladies of th
Tickets are on sale and may be
purchased from D. M. Robinson of
Mars Hill; C. E. Mashburn of Mar
shall; and Rev. A. V. Grave of Hot .
Spring. All names must be "in the
pot" by Monday morning. Telephone
and reserve tickets by Sunday night.
Schedule For 4H
j V-" h C' ' .
Friday Apiil : "-rBeecn- GIes
Monday; April 9 Sprin CrtiX 'tS " . 1
JankMV-tiOO '.avfSenioa.-Z ;"1 pmi s T .j
. Tuesday, AprU-10 T.'aliwt Ce-
nter, B:5 a; m.i Jank--, f : " b. ' s 1 , v
Uot C prints, 2,'D p. u. , ' V. -
4 A3 Kome D-
L 1 ire 1m-" I t ' .
I te te 1 i 1- " '
it iE i