.. ' .L.,. -, i , ,..- II 1 IIUI II .1 " 1 " -
- . i.::tt r ' t cpfciar
, Bprrr-1 ed f fdv W first
, VQt n r-aiaay mrft wpen n no
7 , Spring " Women' . Civic. CJub'tmeets
m '" Vtm?rfJp&M'-Orii Club
had sp.te.lfbig .project, the w
''Jt , tag oi tV wmimH'o.s imi ft
- - is this clufr Which' Uuea i&fjbrst,
'although, not ioi!pUty-fltid,U
- H ready, for We, V v ,
J 0, Men's -Civle .Club- and , t)ia
. ' Trii..i Jhip. CJaV kVe been riVited,' to
i ?The. rest 'general puWieWMto
' 'v4iSV building will bs,n ITWr
J , V 'WW ;a w tiiir. f-i'; v -
, 0 yHvf U "Pot brings
- "'K'CAle iBie'VMferTd
i,'4 temtaimk bunding, v '
: ', 0pen'&apMdbtoervaM will w
-Vl4 l W ciMnraunity hOM oi Frl
i : 4jiti5nihg, 'iIy113 at eight o'clock
-" andIi dub" meolbert and friend
fi ni ipvfai to tbme.-
f ft1 waB" explained Hhat, the -com-
'y mmiity house, i available lor pr-
' ' Jl Ma Sm '. anrihl MVnt if a COBi of
i ' Wy lCO J if' evening:; -f Anyone
4.tjrtstiig to U"e tne 9uuainr
V -' Are Announced
Raleigh The North Carolina
Mart System Council announced to
day that examinations for several
elerieal podtions with the State and
ootmty departmenta served by the
Merit System will .be offered con
tinously. The Employment Securi
ty Commission State Commission
for th Blind, Medical Care . Com
laeion, State Board of Health and
local Ihearth units, and. State Board
of Public Welfare and the county
departmenta . of welfare are the
agencies served by the Merit Sys
tem; Council. . ..- . k y
Examinations will be offered for
the following positions: clerks I .and
II, typist clerk 1 and II, atenog
rapher clerks I -and II, and general
. Examinations for all positions list
Jed will be offered In Raleigh at the
Merit System office every Friday
starting July 20 and continuing
, through. August and Sep
tember (July 20 and 27; August 3,
10, 17, 24, ' and 81; and September
7, 14, 21, and 28).- These examina
tions will also be offered on alter
nate Fridays in July starting with
Jnlv 27 and continuing throujrh. Au
gust and' September (July 27,' Au
gust lOYand 24, and September 7
and 21) in the- local- employment
. ; aervice office ia the following ciieai
Y-Asheville, Bryson City, Charlotte,
f Durham, liaabetb City, ' Fayette
vjle, '.Greoriaboro, Heaoratm, . Hickj
at, -linstonV MorebeaiL Styj : Mor
- Vgaaton, Murphy,! North Wilkesboroi
-iRoaaoke JKapldalc' Bcjdnghaa; : Sal'
, - lahoytr'bey .Waahing
V-.'- imington,fWilao?ad Wtaaton-Saf
tat.' "AU ezaminatioas.wiU begin at
1 ;;i;saav. j -1
v ' L! 1 ' & HcsycS Move-
W firm of - Leake tt .Reeve
srday "moved from thesac
y ot 'Toora's rhrmacy. to
" xr of te Xa&kof Fr&.
JIng.:-i . --v ' '-' ,
" 8 thr front of. Ices and
n County- n?f ' -.rfpar.
stedinJjifr, -, 'o vt
t of tha b-U J .r j.. ;C-
jW,Wn . - fl '
tfeClure and tne late tu.nyvr
rw f Walaof." -will vbe'emni-
i !4Mnid Lieutenant- W the
Marina Cprps;. at' Wrpua-ChristlJ
Tnxkeoii TPridar. JSily 13. He has
been attngadayaned training for
the'tiait-we monU. ia. addition
to.'hie father Mi4VdtHrs.'M.'W.
Wiini-a , unit u '-ttr and . ..Ilri. Miles
Gifceon ani daughteri, SoalMUte, ,of
" - (T' -sy) for tne'eerem iea.
wi'l r'1 the n
r Ca. 4t V
One of tne unsung heroes in every-
community is the Sunday School
teacher, who often devotes much of
his time over a long period of years,
to his church and his Sunday School,
These teachers often go to train
ing schools, attend various organi
sational meetings and help with va
rious forma of church work. In
addition, they regularly spend sev
eral hours a week preparing Jot, and
teaching, Sunday School.
dften, even a relatively small
church will have several dosen
teachers, who turn in this time con
sistently, over the years, as a con
tribution to the religious life of their
community and as an investment in.
the country's youth.
The Sunday School worker and
teacher is often -2 dedicated person)
who has little free time but who
gives freely of What he has and ex
pects no reward. To every one,
of every faith, we offer a seldom
voiced and respectful appreciation of
their services ,ln an effort to make
this a better community, and a lit
tle better 'world.. ;
10 Madison Students
On Dean's List
Ten Madison County students are
on the dean's Jist at Ma,ra Hill Col-j
lege for tha spring' semester.
Those n the' list from Mars:.Ha
araTRobart Ashe Car$er7 son of Mr
and Mrs. Hal H. Carter ; , Johi
'Vaacvaoa oXDrnd Mrs.,fi. W
andl Mrav R. U .West; France. Anjj
uWsa .daoghtpt.of ,Mr. and r
KmItA ': liutamiii. ' RhlrUnr Carter.
daughter 6l Mr. and ., Mrs.AHl -jfy
CarWrr "Ftoranca Metcalf, daughter
of Mrs.' Ver'JIetcalf , and tha .lata
Mrv Ketcalf.- af-:. R4 Bdhby Peek,
Peek; .and Frederick Anderson, MQp
Of Kr. and Mra. Fred. AnJeraon ;
' . Also on tie Jist are Akna Lee
Ferguson, daughter of .Mr.,aTid Kri
CI. rer - Ferguson j-ot, R1, - Marshall ;
ttnA !.Vin t.TomAsr0u uin tit $Ar. .MTid
irnt Hard. Francta- Meadows of
R-l," Hot f r":S. YY: :"'f
To be r' . "a for the rdean'S list
a stud, t ' t Jave earned at least
' '"f t cr'' wl-i no. grade
l a c v :
Wheat producing areas op
S,jfpi.tt purpose xf
two question about tne i
mantha-' Madlsoa ,C
Committee wnyun8d ',"ht
H marketing QuoUi "wKIi
eft eXcea wheat re io t
oahaJoT whfat wop- e
detereakerthe level of f
vailaljle. to cooperatirj ;
Mr. jUwjfina explained t
two- .thirda of. tbot vofr0
vorvquoU in order, for
be.;6ffeetiv,and that cr
nienta vrtl)l;emaiti in- ef I
wheat eve,,tf jmar.'kejbs
Ud thalf if -.quotas a: 1
thai tt-'faniai H ; v
(JJortfi Cgralina Jnclndet ,
than 18 are' of "wheat v
jertT qootM, lh, rr)
will be .available -to wL
who do npi exceed the',
htinta at a! level betwee
percent of parity, and i
tas or, disapproved T
will -ba ' available at E
parity 1 producatawl;
In their allotted acre
; Eligibility to vote i i
erenJum d " w
ent'7 than f r " r
t'.'st f r V o
that so few, if Ao. ,
gniwtng. loYaerea of
until 6:0Q wn. Additional informa
tion regarding elibility ' and pro.
J 7n vllrj ...
munity ASO. Corxmitteemn,
..in : l-iit-i ii. ii ii ili
Eastern Star. To ;
The Marshall Eastern Star Chap
ter will hold a. regular meeting
Monday night, July 9, at 8 o'clock
in the Masonic Temple.
All member of the Order are in:
Farmers ; Federation
The Directors of the Farmers
Federation have declared the 46th
consecutive dividend on Common, and
Preferred stock to all holders of re
cord June 15,!t has been announced
by James McC Clark, Executive vice
president. "; '
Clarke also ' announced that the
cash .dividends can be picked up at
tne xarm cooperaw ve b jsi
stores located ; throughout western
North Carolina, f Y i
In making the announcement
Clarke stated that duel to an in
creased invf atment'lnif stock the
Farmers Federation has?. been able
to carrjr out - .retail atora im-
fimvMipiit: -nWiflrntm aViiI.. Amitthin '-itfi-
poultry and egg nduktrieli . thraugh-
. tttMlBdJ feW been paid regula
Farmer. Te :aUoh avei
. .. I - ,
six month' for the J tj 24 years.
Mr. Ted I
Missions .! V
guest pr 1
ry 6; at C :
lAt -thi) !
y the fact' J
era will bel
... . aconeeiming
i e in tha-aetond .prjj,
" 'ner, fthVajonitiiar
uw are, -official yotea
e Jun-2V Wf, eJeftion
-- -' -,
.3 On 4th
' JO membere of Mr
' . n day" School -ilasa of
. e Indian
Follows ia. aottee received by
County ASC offices from the Dep-
. . m. m a At
trty Adninistrator : lor rroaucuon
Sustment, ralitiv to an amend-
inent in the Agricultural Adjustment
Act of 1838 wafchmafces provision
ft the vtobacco fanner to preserve
htt future tobaot allotment when
underplanting aisguota. This is
Section'' 377 of the SoU Bank Act.
"Sat. 377. In case-m which, dur
ing any year within the period 1866
to WBfl, inclusive, for which acre
age planted to such commodity on
any farm ia leas ihan the acreage
allotment for suitfH farm, the entire
acreage allotment for such faitn
shall be considered for purposes of
future State, county, and farm acre
age, allotments to have been planted
to Such cominodityin such year, but
only if the owner or operator of
such farm notifies "the county committee-prior
to the sixtieth day pre
ceding the beginning! of the market
ing year for such commodity of his
desire to preserve such allotment.
This section shaty joot be applicable
in any case in which the amount of
the commodity required to e stored
to postpone or avoid payment of pen
alty has been reduced because the
allotment' wag not fully planted.
Nothing herein ahall be construed
to permit the allotment to any other
farm o the acreage with fespect to
which notice is given under 'this sec
tion." Tobacco Acreage '
Explained By Hawkins
, ThtM ara !! main ways in
whkh -a rtobaoV farmef. may bring-
Acreage Reserve-' program .' f ''th
Soil Bank, iounty Agrkultural StfV
bilisation and. Conservation Cinnmib'
tee Novile Hawkins, saJd 'tody.i :
. tt.'. .r.;..4 i, ' iw.t.umli' a
A. V Miiminp- m , '
l.-.Ti famer wiay Jnaderplantiis
bac acr-ja; Idlotment'; aai -i jper;
' '' f i vg done: in; antleipa
t r !-:V- the.1966
-. rr Jbecause of ad-:'ns-at
" ' -"v.'Y
i ? rvc'-
S. Dearstmec head of the
. r. Stat' Colleee'J Poultry De
partment for t jrearai egan his
work July 1 as, full tunejipoul try con
saUtant for .the Fanars Coopera
One of the .best kfljpwn figures to:
North Carolina agfkxjlture, Dear
styne retires from ( State College
Tone 0 after 35 Sear it aervke,
In .making 4he aanounpement of
Deafstyne'a -affjillatifra with the
PCX, jGeneral Manage; M. C. Mann
Eiid:' "We ere fortunate in being
able - to aecnre - the , aerrtoea' of this
distiiealaheeaueilto t&V near
. . ... r -a T. Ji
jots, newm conwrae jo -wwrm, wwj
the joultryBen jft annoh '-the same
Dearatyner' U g"""TPy regarded
t t' j. r'"-n",n " t rl"onsible for
-m i' ;a the NortA
it i rr" T-r
ttyia-wOl fc avle,,r jneetins
of poultry producers tnronjpMav (ne
Carolinasv Mash aaid., JBe wiJJ wcra
largely with production, "disease, and
egg marketing irablama,y
. - DearstyM, nativa af New York
state, holds degrees from the Uni
versity of Maryland and N. C. State
College. He 'came to State College
Is professor of poultry science in
1522 and wag promoted to depart
ment head id 183lv
- As a pathologist, he explored and
developed the multiple testing pro
cedure font controlling pullorum dis
ease in poultry. He also was instru
mental in organizing the N. C.
Hatchery Association and the N.C.
Poultry Council; In recent years,
he has served as a member of the
College Conference Feed Board.
4-H ClubvMembers To
Leave Camp Wlton.
Four-H Club members fro Mad
ison County will leave Monday, Ju
ly 9, for a week at Can Schaub.
Camp Schaub U located near
Waynesville in H.ywood County
The boys and girls-from Madison
County will camp Si
ty Jackson County, and the Chero
kee Indian Reservation. Approx
imately 120 campers are expected .to
attend from the different couui...
Kii-h tan boys or girls will be ac
companied by an adult leader.
14 Madison .Men
Join, U. Army
Sgt-JohVrKta U. V&v
representative-fofr Madison 'County,
tnnouncedi thl-tek. that tourteen
men ' save enlisted into the - various
braneaes bf tha'. Army during the
firaV iix nwnthaof .this year.ij ,,A,V"
i Maraiia vmfv 'wre. racy oyy,
James Ev'Bnckn. Lan'an G,
Lewis.' From t Mars' HOIT t J
Ray; Gerald H. BH aad Jenr.tngs
ha Vomv' r Frem Talnuti Leonard
TaynV-BUHa R.' Plemanoris, Roes H.
Ramsey FHiice N.. Thomas, sad h
ya'VfbriayX' tot we':; ;' Hot
Springs;Yara,;VDatn3 IJ, P.aldirtr,
Landon .L.-' Gregory;.. and Budd E.
EowrU'.;.-.' v Y- -'f'.A'
v" Jf 'you ' c 1 a rcan-s'-ed ;J:b
,,--'v 1 -i-fcr "''V1'-
VIU'W. Peek, Bifljerintendeat i ,l
schools, has announced he fo!lowiUwf .-v"
teacher list for the 1966-57 term for . -
codnty schools f v'
4 - MARSHALL
vJBernard Brigman, prtn.; Frances
o ii t : r ti 01
wyn M. Eure, Roy Reete's, Golda . v-
Henaley, Aaleen Hancock, Hwar-.:J
Barnwell, Latrelle W. Roblnaoiii lr '' "
mas Martin, R. G . Franklin, Jaaat : :
)Hall, Nina Lou Ponder, Lul Chand. -
ler, Blanche T. Peek, Betty Aaderv''.
son, Winifred west, J,-Winston :
Bice, Mafra Clark, Viola B. Ram
sey, Thelma R. Norton, Anna B.
White, Ora M. Fox, Lucille F. An-
derson, Norma Harris, Lola B.
Wilde, Viola M. Ramaey, Helen T.
Ledford, Lena R. Thomas, Zora
Huffman, Hattie T. Teague, Orla
0. Ponder, Faye T. Wallm, Eva R.
Sams, M. Ruth Guthrie, Salina J.
Fisher, Winnie Bv Wallm, Eleiae
Louie Zimmerman,, prin.; Het$ie
B. Rice, Dorothy B. Shape, Jaok, C.
Pole, Mrs. R. N. Barefoot, Lora R.
Thrash, Lucille B. Bumette, feaa-- -ette
S. Tweed, Mamie E. Rice, Bes
sie Ramsey, Tressalee Ramsey Al:
ma H. Jarvis, Jennl Lee Chandler,
Helen L. Adams, Naomi G. Tweed,
Grace S. Dockeryr Minnie. DavijK ' '
TiUery T. Love, prin, .OweaFuJb, .
Guy Angel, Barba F,' Shipley, '
Loach Shelton,' Jack' Joyce, - Nina ,
Baldwin, Mrs. Tillery T, Loye, FowL
er! Wallin, jeastette Meadowa,' Caney 4 .
J Smith, Violis, Fflwier Jeasie ,B. r
VH. Coot, prin.? Sara PJbm !
aW.MayM. C - r pemA
k .E. Flemimons, Gra. , v
e wr.iiin nif,- ' I
F. LowiSi Thelma C Wallin, Oletj'
atj Shelton, Bth.T. tandars toAl: -W.
FMmmma, Martk M. Cook, Mav'i , "
ry 1 B. FranaUia,. Neple N. Adams, .
Sell C. Franklin, Rosa W. Frank-
lin, Helen W. Shelton, Leola W. Hor- v '
ton, Rena W. Shelbm, Dova D. Con- y
nor, Elmer Chandler. . f t ?
Auburn E. Wyatt, prm.; Glen 4- w
Bnrnette, Tillie J. B. HaWkins, ClNe
M. Whitt, Evelyn W. English, Lina ,
P. Gowan, Mary D. Buckner, Deli
lah B. Hawkins, Lena B. Ray.
J. Huey Ray, prin.; G rover D.
Gillis, Agnes Metcalf, Lucille Eng
lish, Edith Radford, Eulala Boone,
Velma Metcalf, Lallage Neill..
Ralph E. Neill, prin.; Henry Clay
Edwards, HerberV Clyde Peek, Wil
liam BennetV JC E. Mcdntlre, Ethel
B. "Moyers, jEvelyn He English Ma
rietta H.' Smith, Violet G. Samai Ma
ry EH SDrinkle,' Haxel uttlea 3. D.
Wallin, Aileen Wood, v Elisabeth Mc
ConneU; Ronald Hlggins, Julia B.
Oody, Glen Whitt, Jessie M. Met
calf, Edna B. English, Bernica Am
mons, Jeanette ; Griggs, -Thaida - C.
Roberts, Annfe 'Young, GJadyS P.
Ammons, Ayerig Briggs, Vera Evil
sizor, MraC, Dan Carter, Ckjta L. -E.
Lippard, ' Mrs- FTed Sarns, - Ruby
Reese. , Ramaeyv AJtheaR jarvis,
Naiwcy Anderson; Minnie P, Ebbs.-
MARS-U ILL (Colored)
Bemice S. SmRh'principal, -v-
' '. ' i . ' t '
Record Crowd t '
Pool -OnZ -nday
JUy Reeves, ananager of -the Mar-1 :,
shall srw.mflVirg pool,. Ktated this
Veek C.t '.record F.md ?y Crowd ;
enjoyed tie '-w-' pccil last Sun
dyvk, It,' wsi r -d at over-
persons , rfcJ swi.:iming on
tuisbot C s. ' v- . '
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