-- ' J 'A' ... ... rQ .... .- . . ' ' -' -J - . -- -- ' - - a J-t. i" , - ....
T ' reseftteaaif- .Jfcy athe
StSttB JPsiiii'itid -vvoeJ wv With
V', iV.N6rK Caroling f "m-ley W- is 3 , Madison r Courtly Youths
-VV .efiiriMe. ifi? enter " 0atlAftied Through'
''"k?Vpw the ,pi?SeiwJWx(rt ptoam. big grV'dterfl ot than just
'.' 'FK4WAnnt$-a? rnng a-rtd eating. - Whenever a
- b 4-Hu' team fp I xrrhujs pmjett is . brought
Mi7";'viMWSM 'tluli, it Wmflwe aie
;L; 5jv ytAJKU Kr "g" 7JlrtelcJ'!o pitch in end do ihatev
f, V" JVftfcH.tt can. J$jTeat del has
ThSA -fnovv wM&td Jutrd '"n" ti atit- f-k-in.
Jipjl)ut pri'haps the m&st gBJBti'
H5 MWiortfie Jtipefeft f Mfe'yfng j,r0jecfe laU'ly are the -prn-
' 4-l8Mtiw.vT,coltuio teacSar hich haV Want so much An
V AJTsjJfiaililtfh School. j JtofTMar- hi ,tp Madivn Countv bov
.if- - . . I .1 '
: :ii'Jte- Jaek ( .:hamiKr,!n.. son'
and M rrnVfthandler",
i,hP) Tin nslm altv unpaired his reai
in;'. pk-auro appearance and em
ling con- plovment The" Lions' Cm de
Com- ,.J(jP( (,, (j somethmur nhoat ."vfc
f ;VSS Jiravpld(jfwnb; to a'PEAJVtt, qperafidn and returned hoffle
- -Aunw wptyni&vi Jjpfiday much imptevedt-sa
-?s j' W 'VnVte 'steely '.Valley (
MracFurnran fibx f :Mr
jRe wait Jn oJTsti44f tnlw-J Aofeifl?loV v
Fa-rpi Dee at jtii'iNatluttaUBeXhsrA, gri
Co1on of. he future'. FM,IWs'Vil',
last week' fi TJieetiAar'-'
lU'OiUghhis drk the lUrtpTftr.lWM;
Milt ithntn 'At L'b'A : ITNIilfattftiAi "t
ui . j ........ il .vip .'u i .hi 1 ?J m.t H tf
jtTfuupiewu . more ymji
?now Animals, uairy-t;atver o-f ai
surved. ks hapteir as pireniident, I tifr-r
ta3 president of the Blrie Jiidiid .lWJSO0le
"w paeraiion, Knq, was treasurer -oj I mi
htatc UJ-jfartteation. i
ing, parljaJnentaryprocedu-, fyol algo,Uojtaj e"''i iiPftJtM
idwiLficatltKn;- and livestock -iudi- WiiTttriuriiWfo v A'Mtti
man on the State qlMning a'lWVtjfr
' j.Ki'was announced Iiefe v thw
-AbV Wtt,' , towtfofl . day
nnxoiner- agpnmes'- are eipwuco
..3 he fco 3sddfe f H t
i1, 1 1 "1 "i t 1 -r i ' ' ' , .
IN HOT SPRINGS
syjoc4ilt bet used bv
fill' 1, iiSSIf?' .
.T4l; .HE'-tfte ''k , is 'el JK Uf &timti and, Jf u A. . Daw,
Courses Are Taught By Miss
Mildred Jattrson; Many
r , Enjoy Meetings
two-dax course in.Hoaie-Serv-Icef
sponsotfby -the American
Ued Cross, heid Tuesday and
Yedtiesdiy at TweedM Court in
Hot .Springs for the Madron
Wadisoh ' Cpunty rhantw, RC
In additioi to TWadison.' County
ronresentativws frn-v th 'li'ti
nrilbp Polk Ccunty Chpt i
cre aJsi in attendance. '
Fireitten (Battle Blate Fqr-
3Vb Honrs; -;Ovr
' Marshall's business district tfcas -threatened
about 11:30 Tuesday',
night when a .fire? broke out in ..
the wooden buiVling between the
Madison County jail and O. C- '
Rector's Hardware warehouse o
Gudger Street. The.vdld wooden
building, owned by ff.'E." Roberts,
.was instantly engulfed in-4 lanSes.
The Marshall volunteer ftre der
partment laid two lines of hose,
fighting the bjaze from -the .front
and back. Flames also reached
the roof the Madison County Jail,
making rt necessary 'i or firemen
to battle the fare 'mside ' the-jail
with boostei; hose. Intense' smoke
rn the attic of tne. jail made the
job hazardous. While firemen
foils Close At t?D?3,?
: Madtsga County voter;"' atng
l" MartNifrn fionntv voter:"' aT0hJ
4- " " -
f,i'jfl CI '.in' ,jiUkl- ofvote.is- vjlt travir i-let'oA' but
1 Of ''iSvxf'i
by Miss JVlildred PatU'i-: on. lion?
ervice.. EepresentaUtc of t!
bpuyieasm 'rea office. .Atian
ta -tJa;, lioalt with several phases
WKflUdmp the -'htftory. uf Home
selintr. rejjortinir and
ons, . referrals. and
second unit course
in' Madison-County. The
vst-mit was a Social Wojfarc
Alrf ifJoursp held in Mar1ill lnnl
"biiti'', lSeui)l,K!ari. unppW8eC ' 1 1 Februarv.
fe).':.(toBW:p'"ett-J " Thost' attending tWHome Scrv-
'i-l(:alB0pq6Bd.. y'f ,v I Vice aUrVw-Tjee'd and
mr Kenetfct.JWrgin of Hot
Spring rs,Vr;es. G. Jlam
s'y't SuperlntBitdfot of the Mada-
40litomty' iliejiartmen 0f Public
. .10 1"
he course, which was !-ui"hi were m tjje ail, other firemen
were sent to the 0. C. Kec-tor
lf-t:J are ' warehouse whsNTthe
rtiof of . "the huge buiwixrfit" was '
bin mug. Plam.es ' also "atartedv
near-thc ground; in. the warehouse'.
Firemt-ii battlerl tH trivia"' fire.'.,
f rum shortly before midwig'fit1 tm
til o'clock Wednesday ijio''
ing. . . x
The .wooden budding, which, w
oomflfofcely destroyed, howwtt Man
uel SWJton's blacksmith shop and
was aiso used, as a stoiage bvilti
injp A-1926, model Dodfre'iifttito
mbmle, owned . by - th' Utd Jr.
Frank Rdbrtsv several Mrpgi store,
taties, lumber', deste,i 'add-on
to fte quipn4ent '"used b -Sbel-ton!e
destroyed.; The loss ofy
building, and emttenta was; esti
msW o he, about: '" iv
t pomage to th&J'jadl va'es-
f,i.lt 1 ii , , at uiierf .City. ipf fi
TT ".cia.!k iu their wives'.the,iwpor
' fire department at 'the Fire
men's Appreciation Dinner held
' Tuesday - night at the Marshall
school cafeteria. The dinner was
sponsored by-the Tovn of Mar
shall. Mr. Bailey also reviewed
the recent fire in Asheville, em
phasizing the use of fog nozzles.
Mr. Bailey was introduced by
Jim Story, f'ro chief, who pre
sided at the dinner meeting.
Following the invocation by
John Co-bett, a delictus dinner,
prepared and served by Miss Al
lene Hancock and her home eco
nomics students, was enjoyed.
Chief Story told the group of
future plans for the firemen' in
cluding regular fire drills. He
named Allen Duckett, expert
fireman, as .an assistant chief in
charge of drills and personnel.
Mayor Clarence Nix, on behalf
dr the citizens of Marshall, ex
pressed appreciation to the- f ire
y men for their work and promised
full cooperation from the Town of
RALLY WILL BE
HELD HERE NOV. 3
.; It was -i announced this week
v . that a countywide Democratic
Rally will be' held at the "ceurt
i '- ' i house' here on Saturday, Novem-
Jr ' , - her S at two o'clock.- -"
' , H6norabl Basil Whitener, . Con-"'-'V.
'jiiwOlMellvw the principal address.
vV 8tate Senator' Belmont Winters
V . end others -will also apeak; it was
announced. V" ' : - 1 1
' t" peclaT 'fliuste' lplannedfor
"-r A occasion and ("-followimr the
. fr."tinr a. freeiUh fry-wiB be
e4 i in ? the Marshall School
1 room. -Tip - t ,-y:
The public is Cordially invited
t"'conw, listen. Jd eat,1! it was
' ji" ikcdowji, eui. .
od, ''the v MwneiJ ' ( Mission,,- pos
ka't Imdaybin Wpera
tloij Wh'spensot Ws, worthy
'examiiiaiW ,Th iSajrsnall Li
TO BE GIVEN
Opportunity lias been jriven in
:ich school in Madison County
for the children to have th;r
first and second polio shots. ov
it is time for the last and "Roost
er" vaccination. Below is the
clinic schedule for the booster
Mars Hill School, Xov. . 9:0'!
Ebbs Chapel School, Nov. 8,
11:00 a. m.
Beech Glen School, Nov. 8, 1 :00
Marshall School, Nov. 9, 9:00
White Rock School, Nov. 14.
1:00 p. m.
Walnut School, Nov. 15, 1:00
Hot Springs School, Nov. 16,
9:00 a. m.
Spring Creek School, Nov. 16,
1:00 p. m.
Since the booster alone is given
at least six months after the sec
ond dose, none of the children re
ceiving the vaccine for the first
tune this fall will be included in
this polio clinic.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND
merr&vxmma to votke
L To note a etrabt party oket, make a enoea (X) nlerk in the eireis ef the party
yoa desire te tote for. , x ,.
1. To vote a split ticket, or in otter words for amdMiOee of titfereas plwtuie,0BBjrt
mating a cross mark X) in tbe party circle at tte of fee ballot and mark in
the voting square opposite the haste of each candidafe en she ballet for wtaozn you
with o ot ' "
S If yen should maik in the party circle at the top ef the bfcHot and aleo jnarit op
iposits the name of any candidate ef any party, such fatifat shall be counted as a
straight party vote fer aU of the candidates of the party whose name tbe cross
i r iv ...jw.i.i ,.pi i 'M'-.ir : 'At'' re e
-i. -,i mr j ana.:. juisBintuktAd n ha enmit shnu.uu. una ax w , . : ,
- '; f 9 J fii fc6 --v
l ..j. T
. il iniriL ji ii -. -
At Districtf Kebcrii-tlft-
In Masonic Temple
Th-s Marshal ' Lodge of the
Woodmen ef;the World will meet
tonight (Thursday ; Neyember 1,
in the Masonic Temple
I All memberi, are, urged to at-
' . i
FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET
MARK WITHIN THIS CIRCLE HARK WIT BIN TWM IMUiir
FOR STATE SENATE FOR STATfi SENATE
80th District 30th District
B. H. Winters John C. McBee
FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR REPRESENTATIVE
A. E. Leake ,V. C. Fisher
FOR REpISTER Of DEEDS FOR REGISTER OF DEED'S
Q Hilliard Teague D A. WcCoates
,FOR AUDITOR . FOR AUDWOS
TedR.. Russell , , fl Richard Freeman
FOR TAX CXMJiBCTOK " " FOR TAX COLLECTOR
Fred Redmon1 Q Fred Rice
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i - FOR COUNTY 00MMIS9IONWR
? . (Vote For Three) : v (Vote.For Three)
n Waw Brisrman ; fl M: J. Ball
rl Dewey Walling .rf.C.Briggs
n Rex, Allen Vj, I, i n ,Roy McDevitt
- POR XWTNTT SUftVSTOB . s FOR COVNTY SURVEYOR
m Typsley. Hnnter & "RircardShqlto
" . , FOR 0O5X.:SJt , . 1 FOB COBONCR
.n.i&.L;,,:;:. Q IVed.McDevitt . .
;Evea a Iwel-Jwsded man lias toy. ."7j-.. tf.'.iy 'i, ""'i' '..".
lolin C. McB'e Sr.. of Mitchell
''ountv said here Saturday he
feared Madison County's method
of jury selection would spread
'.hroiiffh the Oth District if Dem
acratic State Sen. B. H. Winters
of Elk Park is reelected.
McBee, Winters' Republican op
ponent in the General Election,
told a Madison County Republican
rally this county's complete jury
list is picked by one man and
that this system was wrong.
He said Madison was the only
county in the state which used
He referred to the county's
fciry commrisaloner system, au
thorized for Madison by the Gen
Frank fatten of Morganton,
former federal district - attorney,
quoted Gov. Luther Hodges as
saying the' Democratic -'administration
could have stopped the
Korean war months before it
ended. - ". i "
Then Patton asked his audience
whv the Democrats didn't do it. ..
He also said the Democrats' pri
mary objection to Vice President
Nixon. was- Nixon's action against f WT. '-jflines 'f Walnut
Cbmiun9t activities. : r' . '
'"'Clyde A;" Roberts ' of Marsfia!
ehairmaJVof the county's ReRuh
Kcan executive committee, -was in
charge- 6f the session. .'
Approximately ,,S00" persons at
tended, ' i '.;'.,"' . " '
Four members of Madison
County 4-H Clubs were honored
at a luntheon and an Achievement
Day held at the George Vander
bilt Hotel in Ashewille, Saturday,
October 27. The Achievement
Day was held to recognize Dis
trict winners in projeet, work
and special events held during the
past year. Attendance was1 esti
mated at about 200.
R. Dale Cutshall was cited for
his 1955 corn project. Dale pro
duced over 123 bushels on an acre
and was District 4-H winner in
this project. Dale is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cutshall
of the Shelton Laurel community.
J. D. Rathbone and Charles
Foster received honors for their
demonstration on "Cutting, Irish
Potato Seed Pieces." J. D. and
Charles were winners at the Dis
trict Elimination Contest, and
competed in State competition
during State 4-H Club Weeff. J.
D. js the son of Mr, and 'Mrs.
Dannie ' Rathbone, and Charles is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Foster. Both : are of the Sleepy
Vallev imm!t.T . , .- a
I - s
Edwin' Stines, net present; was ri'
honored for'hjtf demonstratfo ob"""
"Hoy TO Take A Soil Sample.- -
Edwin aisrf Wae whTinWat the
District v Elimination Contest and'
placed, tbird hn State competition
during .State 4-H Club Week. Ed-'
win U the son of Mr. and Urs. T
Mrs. Ehner Clark and Mrs. T
ear" Clapp, were also y" 1
the meetirg. ,. C i
ti on the -pror-i j? 1 '
very i. ' ' i
take a gre't mary humps.-, a