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THE NATION'S CAPITOL stands behind these ;8ey, Dwight Roberts, Doyle Cutshall, C. A. Mitchell,
Laurel High school seniors, just back from the an- bus driver; 1'auline Zimmerman, chaperone: Jimmy
nual trip to Washington. From left, front row. are :
Flossie Ray, June Adams, Dean Chandler, Shirley
Franklin, Mary Lou Norton, Florence EdAvards, Pat
sy Thomas, Nellie Sue Griffin, Janice Wallin, Loretta
Aikens, Lois Williams, Peggy Plemmons, Carol Shel
ton, Mona Cutshall, Barbara Green and Beatrice
King. Second row: Emery Joe Wallin, Ronnie Ram-
She,lton, chaperone; Mary Chandler. Edith Cutshall.
Mary King, Erma Gosnell, Jeanelle Shelton, Frances
Gosnell, Christine Buckner and Patsy Banks. Third
row: Elbert Moore, Laurence Cutshall, J. V. Roberts,
Jimmy Gosnell, Bobby Gunter, Denver Tweed, Billy
Cutshall, Charles Franklin and James Cantrell.
Cut courtesy Citizen-Times
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Final plans for a nine-week
summer session at Mars Hill Col
lege beginning June 10 are being
made by Dean R. M. Lee, director
of the summer school.
Seventy-six courses in 16 sub
ject areas will be offered. Pri
vate lessons in piano, organ, voice
and band instruments, may be
arranged with the instructors, and j der the direction Of
classes in music theory and music women.
appreciation will be offered on de
mand. In addition, high school credit
in junior and senior English, alge
bra and plane geometry, world
and Amercian history, "French
Latin, Spanish and typing will be
Hot Springs To Have
A "Get Acquainted
With Scouting" Meet
Frank Gay, district Scout ex
ecutive with the Daniel Boone Boy
Scout council, will conduct a "Get
Acquainted with Scouting" meet
ing on Tuesday night, May 21, at
the Hot Springs High School, be
ginning promptly at 7:80. The
meeting will include the showing
of a motion picture, "Die Scout
Trail," which explains the three
phases of the Scout program: Cub
Scouting, Boy Scouting and Exploring.
Cub Scouting is a home and
for the parents of eight, nine and
ten-year-old boys. Boy Scouting,
for boys eleven and up, stresses
(the fun, adventure and romance
of the out-of-doors. Exploring.
the older boy phase of Scouting,
is strictly for boys enrolled in
high school. Explorer Posts are
organized along the lines of adult
service clubs. They stress activi
ties in six areas of experience
vocational, citizenship, personal
fitness, service, outdoor and so
cial. All three phases of Scouting
Madison Nine Defeats Beech
Glen Saturday And Sunday
The Madison Nine baseball teatr
won two games from Beech Glen
over the week-end, recovering from
two loses the week before.
Madison travelled to the Beech
Glen baseball diamond last Satu
rday for a Buncombe County
League game. Madison won the
Harry Briggs went all the way
for the winners striking out 8
and giving up 5 runs on 11 hits
Beech Glen scored first in the
game, one in the second and two
in the third to lead, 8-0. The score
came when Edwards singled then
went to second on a wild pitch.
Swann singled to score Edwards.
Beech pushed two more runs s-
cross the Dlate in the third when
Buckner doubled to right center.
B. BdVards singled to score Buck
ner. T. Ponder sacrificed advanc
ing Edwards to second and scored
on D. Ponder's single.
Madison finally got into the
game in the 4th inning when they
Here are authoritative answers
by the Veterans Administration to
questions from former servicemen
and their families:
Q What is the best source of
current information on veterans
programs and facts about the
stress character development, cit-.s(.ore1 B to t ake the ead D
izenship training, physical fitness
through outdoor experiences, and
duty to God.
The recent addition of an edu
cation department to the college's
academic program will afford
teachers an opportunity to work
toward certificate renewal. Three
courses in education an planned.
In addition to the varied aca
domic program a full schedule of
recreation activities will be un
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According to a recent survey in
the Hot Springs school, more than
fifty boys expressed the wish to
become Cub, Scouts or Explorers.
Scouting has not been active in
the community for some time, but
plans have been made to reacti
vate the Scout Troop and to or
ganize a Scout Troop and an Ex
The fathers and mothers of all
Cub, Scout and Explorer-age boys
in the Hot Springs school district
who are interested in helping their
sons join the Boy Scouts of Amer
ica are cordially invited and urg
ed to attend the meeting on May
21 at the high school.
Paint Fork HD Club
Met With Mrs.
The Paint Pork home demon
stration club met with Mrs. Vada
Gardner. The president, Mrs. Rob
ert Gardner, called the meeting to
er,i,then gave the devotions.
gil Metealf'led in prayer.
The club made plans for work
shop on May 27 in the home of
Mrs. Harold Mecalf and Mrs.
Vaughtie Metcalf. Each member
carries a covered dish.
The agent, Mrs. Ethel T. Wal
lin, discussed millinery. She show
ed some of the models. The dis
cussion and models were very fas
The members of our club are
going to Charlotte to the Betty
Peezor Show. Those attending are
Mrs. Paul Moxley, Mrs. Paul Car
ter and Mrs. Grovcr Gillis.
The hostess served delicious re
freshments. It was enjoyed by all.
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. Grover Gillis.
Freeman tripled to center field and
W. Crowe was hit by the pitcher
Boyce Ramsey singled and Free
man scored from third. Crowe
went to second and scored on -V
Freeman's single. Herb Meadows,
Madison right fielder, cleared the
bases with a line drive to rieht
fielkl, the ball bounced over t h e
fence for a home run. Reech Glen
couldn't catch up, enabling Mad
ison to go on and win the game
by a 10-5 score.
Leading hitters for Maiison
were B. Ramsey with ."i-fi, D. Free
man 4-5, H. Bric-e-s 2-4. H. Me-
dnws homered for the winners and
D. Freeman tripled.
Leading hitters for Beech Glen
were T. Ponder with :i-4, and B.
Edwards, 2-5. Buckner doubled for
Madison 000 500 203 10 14 1
Reech Glen 012 000 020 5 11 .9
Madison, Rriggs, Crowe
Reech Glen, Buckner, Ponder
A The Annual Report of the
Administrator of Veterans Affairs,
available at the Government Print
ing Office, Washington 26, D. C,
for $1.25 per oopy.
Q I'm going to college under
the War Orphans Educational pro
gram administered by VA. I want
to get married. Can I continue
with my schooling T
A Yes. Marriae-e does not af
Q I am planning to take ad
vantage of GI Bill vocational re
habilitation training. Is there
Borne new regulation about dis
abled Korean Conflict veterans
A Part of a law passed bv the
last Congress eliminated the gene
ral deadline for vocational reha
bilitation for disabled Korean Con
flict veterans. The veteran who
falls under this classification now
has nine years after his discharge
to complete his training. Prior
to this the deadline for comnleti
of such training was January 31,
(Veterans living in or near MaHi.
son County who wish further in-
lormation about their benefits
should write or visit the VA Office
at Asheville, N. C.
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TheganujS-Accept No Substitute
The Madison Nine travelled
back to Beech Glen on Sunday
f . j i .,
.mi-im m M io eage Dy inem oy a
score of 10-8. The game was sus-
posed J have been nlaved on the
Island in Marshall but the fielo
was wet and muddy from the Fri
day night rains.
Beech Glen out - hit Madison
11-6, but errors hampered them
throughout the game. They com
mitted 5 costly errors.
Beech scored one in the first in
ning when Buckner singled, Ed
wards reached first on a fielders
choice and Buckner scored on two
Madison came back in their half
of the first with two runs. Free
man was safe at first on an error.
J. C. Wallin singled and Freeman
advanced to second. Floyd King
singled and Freeman scored. Wal
lin stole third base and scored on
an infield error.
Herb Meadows pitched 8 innings
for Madison but ran into trouble
in the 8th and Floyd King took
on the mound. Madison held off
a Beech Glen rally in the ninth
when they scored 3 runs.
Clark went all the way for Beech
Glen giving up 10 runs on 6 hits.
He struck out 5 Madison batters.
Leading hitters for the winners
Schedule of Home
Clubs Fn County
Monday, May 20 Beech filen
HD Club will meet at 2 d. m.. with
Mrs. Sue Gibbs.
Tuesday, May 21 Little Pine
HD niuK mill w. . O
Revenge is costly many a
man's downfall can be traced back
to his desire to get even.
was Walter Crowe with 2-4. Ed
Morton doubled for Madison.
Leading the losers at the plate
were Buckner with 3-5, Clark, 2-5,
and Doan, 2-4. Tony Ponder hit
a 7th inning home run for Beech
Glenn with nobody on base.
Mddison 212 100 400 10 6 4
Beech G'n 100 010 123 8 11 5
Madison, Meadows, King, Crowe.
Beech Glen, Clark, Doan.
Madison will go to Old Fort for
a Buncombe County League game
this Saturday afternoon and Old
Fort will travel to Madison the
following day, Sunday. The same
will be played on the island in
Marshall. Both these games are
scheduled for 3 p. m.
Madison now stands at 3 wins
and two loses in the Buncombe
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TINY LUND KNOWS ABOUT FORD DURABILITY... YOU'D BE OUT ENJOYING A '03 FORD
Ask Tiny Lund about Ford durability: He'll led you how it
helped him win America's toughest stock-car competition, the
Daytona 500. Lund placed first in a Ford, with four other Fords
right behind him for an unprecedented sweep of the first five
places. Only the Fords were tough enough to stand the pace.
Greater durability is the reason Ford is able to offer SmHm
car warranty. Only a true total-performance car could offer
as complete a warranty as this with no strings attached:
"Ford Motor Company warrants to its dealers, and its dealers,
in turn, warrant to owners as follows: That for 24 months or
for 24,000 miles, whichever comes first, free replacement, in
cluding related labor, will be made by dealers of any part
with a defect in workmanship or materials. Tires are not cov
ered by the warranty; appropriate adjustments will be made
by the tire companies. Owners will remain responsible for
normal maintenance services, routine replacement of parts,
such as filters, spark plugs, ignition points, wiper blades, brake
or clutch linings, and normal deterioration of soft trim and
You can't put a long-term warranty like ours on a short
term car. The '63 Fords have a better warranty because they're
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extra toughness in Ford's outstanding competitive wins this year.
'63 Fords won the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta
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