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k, v i f 1 1 11 ' s ' . i v ; I riy,-i r
i 2- and toth fambniUi
t itocle lot ma-ang
. loansV iThes loans?
. , a period, fonslstent with the ability
' 4 ofjjtha'tpplicaat to repay, uuCsot
"i '5 i-rTn- HriM.for thia--tVD'of
VA ' the farm, , ' X toconrt .front
the fan WW-WW sources muv
jT - be. sujfccie his. family
lhrir hndy'mYoperi:ig "-
, --, s:Lnfeiufc' to-meet M&usfcng jOfitig-tinns
totepar hi fa riousinj?
oatt WllE Wpmea due: - H tnust
aW be' umiibl: V eoyre necbsgaf y
tenna aai ondttkB' Se eouM W
f loaa' : ndi omeone; jj the
Farmer Hom Adminiatratjou of-
lies' ba th'r CHfeeia Bant, BuiW
ani'in TyfarshaU acfc (lay. on-aJ
- int. Itl'' tJ
:.""lt ba been ftwmnced tbai tfie
pffkea fn'ihe , cvuitt&oaar':, bare
.wtojjld: be (iWsedi ,9aturdf jr daej to'
Ibe 1 apeciaelactto-;.
be ' open Saturday night wber
reaplta. of tbelelactioi 4n -Madiwn
County will be brought . .'
All electionr offkiala are jorg
ttntly requested to tabulate the "re
turn ani. bring? in the result to
the courthouse ai soon as-possible
to the toU!8Ciar n't tdpa
and radio throughout the State.
- ipening jdy , enrollments , in
Madison County schools reveal a
alight -vdecre 'fjromMsst year'f
figflTW,? aceordinf MMi WPeeVv
superintendent-.,' J. .' Jj.
Tatoolation-'ara ,a oUbMfsj
, Jflarshallj Efeinentary, TlTj'hiKn
'v'sbftf ElVmentary, 327 j Hgh
' 1 1 I a.
1 I i , 4 1'' " T C
Membett of the' Mars Sill ClV
tan1" 'b,Caf theif'imeettng -tuee
Aineridmaatf wbicb' bf present
ed to the1 citiaent fyt -Nrth Caro
lina iajfttdorsenwftt' tWpoOs
o'4 tord7,-Septiner . -, j
;The pW. was 4iscttsse4 by mem
foilowdntf. a brief bresentatfon t
the Issues nroltfed by Dr. Roibeit
B. Seymonry pastor of the Mars
HU1 Baptiat -Church.- k
Dr. eyJOur' pointed ut'vlh
following tjwngs; " t;
X. The, pan-waB formulated ln
an .attempt, to- by-pass' a moral
problenaj coneerning out obligation
to the Negr 0 citizen of "pur state.
, ' t .'The plaaVateiry Weks to
sidestep the suprehie'la'W ri w
land. - ; : v f
3. If was conceiyedj and present
ed without consultation with Qr
consideration foe the feelings of
. CUOpntiniied ,To Las Page) -
Marshafi . Men
. '.".'.r v
tv IChe firownie-! -op cf, 1
Will'meet ia'ji' 4 Id" '
MaVshal T$Cig- oA ,
afternoon t'wl& oVH"
v All 8raWi'ial?',-'1r;
ii 11 1 1 mr,i r mn. 'I i ii'l; '...,'
t r - cxv J. . a vf iwi .f f
-f.T. ... .'.4
Mar Hili'Ooltsge will Vgifl lis
Wist jrar1 with eapacity'enroll
menf 'on Monday, SptemLer -10.
' faculty 'ttti X staff will nveft ri
Thu- lay- e ' ' r
-"r' 'oa f jf la
r ... i,Ul.Vili.iMMiyi.ViiiliiiWiiiMT?iini:T . . . i i.e. i.i.i'H ( jj' ' ' h ' .
i..:. 'imMuU :
1 S '
Uet Letter Afloat
Sept. 8 Electiph
r;t.Vm Ur&L Ta Vote Of K
Ur Aganiat Amaomenia
j Tim followine? letter from -Holt
MoPherson. Chairman of the Goy-
smorV Ganunktee for .the PufcHc
School Amendment, Jas reeeeif
yesterday vg allv eteWiononiT
men in North Carolina. f
HP. E. Freeman, ohiarman Madv
iron jPounty Board of 'Elections,
received the following f'(
To County Election Chairman Ad
dressed: , v ;
A dileation .bavinir been raised
by on. - Election' 'Board Chairman
s. to .nropriety of Ay asking, a
laree ' and. "favorable Wote" be
cast 'in tb September B ekotion,
this secon. letter -i direct4-1
assure Where Nvas no Intention to
influence asy election -offdcifll- to
violate bUr oath. or 'ttfa !, rs-
1 of r
Pour nronosed amendment. '
xnltted to' Madkoa County', and ,
nieo w muvn jvtui.jr j -
eiecmoa oatoraay. . snc - 1 -
amendmeiita ' were sonntitiea oj .
the 'I96?g-l aaiot and the '
fcontrTiririia behoof smendineht by'- ; -'
ih 'spacJar.segsion. -V-' "f-
' . ' -' ' - ' t . v, Vf
.wesorCaioii&a- , 7
ana cxisev re argeo, -49-. w y .
the pall and expreaB their; deeijfej.'J, "-
amendmenta. yv.1,. Vi',V"'
"The main amendment, J as, yo-t; V
know, lrittM SpecS'at Session.- . V'w.
School Amendnientr bfteiv "kiKrwH ' ,
Hn'mnd" tnformation concerning
the pearsall , Plan -has'pj'eviously " y.
Wi nAbliBheA'ln thi&'nawaoaner. ' 1 A . .
be" saidV' was j hence the, Tearsalh Plan y'HL ot-J ' ,
1 ".de-erj , '-.1 ii 4' "s i uo.5' ,
1 i ' " r r s
..; V -p
- k j.
,1 jiet pint if one
v"t siiAn Tun wAi i oover
wevTve-and, 'fUigklfchooV U . ,r
Valuii gga!aiWaK,M'aHj1 Colored): Elen
"t.rW TCmmtV hens naid for thetn-
r. r - - - . 1
selves in ' three montns. reopi
who" have purchased 4-B pullets
i to tie past, are sure to be return
- customers because they are satis-
ifjad wijth the high quality pro
ducts they have purchased. Some
buyers of 4-H pulleU have re
ported 100 production in three
, days after the sale.
Tba annual 4-H Poultry Show
and Salevlwill be held on the Court-
; hejaWaifr,' Saturday, Sept.. 29 at
10:00 "a. m. The birds will be
sold .ft auction. There will be at
least 120 laying birds for sale at
his date and they will be put in
groups of 10 or 12 to be sold. We
would lik to cordially invite you
to attend. hs,shW and sale.
Thef 4oys a4. girls- have done
an' excellent vjoV this year and
your attendancf'will ahow them
that you are , backings them 100
. j C 4 lEle . vry, j.
' Beech Glen:tElwentaxy; '23.
. Zlar t UilU. isaamontary, "
ry.. zi- 1 ' K
Totals for all schools: Elemen
tary, 8,162; high school, 1,015.
PICK GOOD SEED
FOR HIGH SMALL
Nr .i th Carolina farmers reached
an ull time high with their aver
'..' yields of small grain in 1966.
Th;s new record was not produced
y accident. It was due to care
mi planning1 by the fanners in
their efforts to' grow larger yields
Of high quality grains.
..Extension Field XJrops Special
ist Qeorgej'E. Spain at North Car
olina State Collegd' iln Raleigh
-(Continued - to Pff Four)
Conservation Qcserue Pliase
Of Soil Dantt Is Explained
The second phase , of the Soil
Bank Program known as the. Con
servation Reserve Program,ilV be
made available soon to , all inter
ested farmers,, according to. Ralph
W Ramsey, County ASC office
manager- Tho objectives and gen
eral pTOvMSefts of portioaj of
the Son-: tol?fxW'ioi:
jttei.JA -etaiji hf St;ScCoffi
. .ial at an- area meeting in, Ashe
ville on August 81.-?. Those attend
ing from . MidhidiMO,
'. Extension vServlcoand Su coat
-' aervatkm Service personBel' :
Tho chief objective of th Con
v serration 7 Reserve;' Is Vio aaslst
I fanners financially In dlvting a
; portion ol their cropland from the
production of excessive supplies of
commodities and to . carry out a
C - PPTam 01 soil, wstr, forest an J
.f- wil.;." conservation ' t; V; t r-'
"i '-!!r who vishes-W par-
. Vc '''it' :,jpwr n v;'l 'rn
, c ill ml -1 U ;. .:
V " 1" ' 1 f.i t' ' - 1
.". r ' c -''3 ;
ti ( ;. -
annual payment to compensate
hun.ior keeping die land out of
production. The producer desir
ing to participate must agree to,
(1) .establish and maintain a pro
tective cover on the designated
acres, (2) not to harvest any crop
from these acres, (8) -not to pas.
ture these crops during the con
tract period, (4) and to limit the
aereago on the farm of what is
sailed "soil bank base, cropa.". A
soil bank base acreage, will be fes
tabldshed on each ' narticipating
farm aad Jto teeeive full benefits',
the applicant must reduca his soil
bank bass crops by the amount of
tho acreage ; which he places fin
conservation reserve," . ; Thii afan-
f 'y means thalt fee producer must
reduce hJs : aewrs of general
crojs, hay ' ' d)
smottf-t cf t. a 1
order ' it re" '
(Tio.c:) 1 - r
-.l-divc " s
9 scresje In
1" '1 '.'credit
! Is term
" ( erors-
foe. pw1 jH worker V -YJ
: T?irt.viar ntudentS 'will arrive
bit September 10 , fof, placementl
examinations and a orientation
program' with - registration begin
riing o September 13. Reports
from the registrar's office -show
more than one thousand students
admitted for the fall term.
To take care of the increase in
enrollment the buildings and
grounds department has been busy
during the summer renovating old
er buildings and preparing cot
tages for students. Two of the
older dormitories for men, Brown
and. Melrose have been completely
rebuilt and modernized inside.
Several- cottages have been con
verted into resident halls for stu
dents and. others developed for
additional faculty homes.
Improvements have been made
in offices, gymnasium, playing
fields and parking facilities with
AT A. F. BASE
Staff Sgt. Johnnie Freeman, 31,
formerly of Marshall, was electro
cuted Saturday, September 1,
1956 at an Air Force base near
He was walking into a meat
cooler - and accidentally stepped on
a live wire, the family here has
-'JPuneral services were held to
day (Thursday) at, 1Q:80 o'clock
in the Walnut Methodist Church,
- The Rev. Morgan Davis andhe
Rev.'-T.-R.' Green officiated and
burial was in Station Cemetery."
Pallbearers Were Marvin, Cur
tis and Listen Eice, Roy and John
ny McDevttt and" Roy Rigsby. - v
SuiTrivinir fro tha widow, Mrs.
Maty' Freeman 'of Tampa;, tht
mother, Mrs.: Eva' A." Freeman of
ZarahaB r, two ' darhters of ,.tbe
home,-' V T ' " '
; Abo four brothers,; "Carl and
Roy of T '"'t, Kich, E:mer f'
Jack of 1.7. . ' .all ; one s' ' 'f, I cs.
Agnes Ctilue. ,cf Tv""-!a, E. C
'. Us ; ires", a rs" cf T" " '
Cu. ', i rv4 v ' "1 t-s t. f. -r
5., .-v , ; -
' The i.. . Jug. of" h7; Mary
shall-J. v' -'i etcher Assocvatioa
for.th 1 f i rm was heldn 4he
school c ;aeuajas Tues daylight
with, Clyle li.-Roberts, preaident,
presidW- "- '
' .'" & ' ' -'" S' T
Tb Marshall Girl Scouts jand
Brownies, bnder the leadership
Mrs. D. 0Gross. had chargefpf
the devotions, j , The Girl Seoul
Oath, Laws, and Song were given
and the Brownies told of their ex
periences at the Tocent Day Camp
September is Girl Scout Recruit
ment Month and Mrs. Florence
Ramsey made an appeal for adult
leadership and support of the
Girl Scout Program. . . , ,
Mrs. Earl Robinson reported on
the workshop held at Wildacres
which she attended. , 4.
President Roberts also 'an
nounced that the District Confer
ence will be held here on October
19 and plans for the occasion will
be announced later.'
The Chairmen for the , District
PTA Conference were appointed
as follows: Mrs. Walter Ramsey
and Mrs. Wte.de Huey,
The roll' call of room represent
atives, reports of . the secretary
(Continued to Last Page)
Rev. L. C. Stevens To
Preach At Mar$Hall,
Walnut On Siinyay
The Rev. L. C Stevens of Ashe
ville will preach at. thovt Walnut
Methodist Church ' Sunday morn
ing 'at 11 :00 o'clock and at the
Marshall Methodist Church Sun
day night at 8:00 ovclock.
. AU members ara invited to air
tend, v -J "
New Teacher Atlk .:
Marshall School ) '
. Bernard's.! Brigmaa,'. principal,
announced this week thstr five new
teachers sis how on the' Marshall
sc' "-1 ' "y. T-y are: " '
Z ' "nr . t -- .and
: . ' Loo
rectors . ana i-.-..- .vm
Student Ollicers W.tb? JtA' u
.fnis honorary degree is award
elf to only 25 teachers throughout
tht, nation and it is indeed an hon
or that Madison ' County has1 one
of the men to receive wis honor.
Below is he letter received
by Mr. Mclntire.
August 6, 1956
Mr. J. E. Mcdntire
Vocational Agriculture Instructor
Mars Hill, North Carolina
Dear Mr. Mclntire:
It is with pleasure I advise you
that the National Board of Di
rectors and National Board of
Student Officers of the Future
Farmers of America have recom
mended that the Honorary Farm
er Degree be conferred upon you
at the 29th National Convention.
' The American Farmer and. Hon
orary American Farmer Degrees
will be conferred on Tuesday af
terncton, October 16, at about 2:00;
o'clock in the Main Arena of the
Municipal Auditorium, Kansas
You are to be congratulated for
the excellent record you have
made as a local advisor of the Fu
ture Farmers of - America, which
justified the. National Board - of
Student . Officers and National
Board of Directors awarding you
We hope it will be convenient
for you to -be present to receive
this dgree"in person.
, Sincerely yours,
- A. W. TENNEY,
,7 National Executive Secretary
v v Future Fsrmers of America
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' Tho "reculan mostinf of the Ag
ricultural Workers' fo MaU
County wiH be held in the REA
Buildings on Monday, September
10 at 1:S0 p. taw At this meeting,
a representative of the Farmers
Ton. A-'ni: ' -"''.un -nl explain
CV r '-'-:'J a ' - t f-'rm-rrs
X'i.r: C f t.:. ... i.
T . ' "-s t " 1 1 ' cf C t
-,-. ' ' !!"'
X is. tJ:rh.
The Marshall Tornadoes, play
ing their first game under How
ard Barnwell, turned two blocked
pants and a recovered fumble into
three touchdowns to defeat Lei
cester, 20-0, here Friday night
on the Island.
This' is the first year of foot
ball for the Leicester eleven.
Marshall scored touchdowns in
each of the first three quarters.
The first came after a Leicester
punt was blocked by center Rocky
(Continued to Last. Page) ,.
the date of eonvew .tho General,' . i'",
AsoemWy ronv January -'FoK;.., -r4 1
' Amendment .No. Jti To author
ike married woman to execute
a power of attorney conferred by
Races Labor Day '
Among those from Marshall at
tending the auto races in Dar
lington, S. G, Monday were
Messrs. Claude Landers, Robert
Johnson, J. J. Ramsey, Jackie
Zink, , Earl Robinson, Winston
Race, Leonard Briggs and Fted
Redmon. ' V
arshall-Ualnut Clash Jcre
Fridayigt; GC1S Fara
. :Hf .
Dr. Sams Attends
Dedication Of New
Home In Kansas City
Dr. W. A. Sams returned to
Marshall yesterday after attend
ing the dedication ' Of thenew
Home of Amican Academy iof
GeneraK Practice located at Xaa
sas City, Mo. '
Dr. Sams .was h North Caro
lina chairman fo raising fnnds
for the new home and was Very
nccessful to the drive. 'r-: .
l,v':W. E.-Selby, of te.
President ' N. C. Acs' 3 t
General Practitionera, al so at'
ed the dedication. ' .
i While Dr Sams war la T
C-"y,'- Kri, amaV vL,'.'
t' - -1 er, , Mrs. W. C L
T..;, n-Cclem. " ' '
Los Of Brace Roberts Hrta
WaJnutx Marshall At.
Top Streitrth ' ' if'Jfii
Coaches 4 BarnvfoU and Bves r '. ? . .
have been drilling tho Marehell V S '
High Tornadoes, victors" over Lef-V"' ' v -eeaterO-O
last .week, trying to t- r
iron out some sf the ragged spots lj '
Which were displayed last Friday. t, ,
Tho local team plsy host to.ne'h
fcoring Walnut High Friday B:M ', "
on the", Island, .; Kickoff is acheJ. s'
uled for eight o'clock. - ;
- The T"laU)t Panthers lost t'..e'r .
pei'"?;' rme last we,A C'l'
Fort, 83-0 and also lost c. e of i s ' '
1" l-'Icld aoee r.
' a. suffered f
.. Coach r'mrn--
' . r d-"r-'-'7 '