Mr. Ica Waldroun
Of Hot Springs R-l
I Buried Sunday
Mm. Ice Willett Waldroup, 88,
of Rt 1, Hot Springs, died Fri
day, August 2, 1M8 in a Newport,
Venn., hospital after a long ill
She wu & lifelong resident of
Madison County, a daughter of
John and Delia Plemmona Willett.
61e w member of Liberty
Surviving are the husband. Ray
mood Waldroup; a ion, Fred, of
Greeneville, Term.; a daughter,
Mrs. Wayne Holt of Rt. 2, Hot
Spring; two brothers, Homer of
Greensville, Term., and Heamon
Willett of Greensboro; and one
Services were held at 2 p. m.
Sunday at Liberty Baptist Church
The Rev. Everett Sprinkle and
the Rev. Eugene Moore officiat
ed and burial was in Flats of
Spring Creek Cemetery.
The voice of conscience is a
built-in watch-do(; which barks at
all our shortcomings.
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Ba JsskSH BE
the 1st Division's M Hsssl
Group, 8th Infantry, for duty In
Osnnany as part of Exercise
LOW THRUST VIII. The six
month tour is designed to test the
capabilities for reinforcing NA
TO defenses in Europe. Sergeant
Parson, a squad leader in the
group's Company B, entered the
Army in June 1981 and completed
basic training at Fort Riley. He
was graduated from Lanier High
School in Macon, Ga., In 1980 and
whs employed Iiy Uie Macon (Ga.)
Wholesale Florist bfefore enter
ing the Army. His mother, Mrs.
Battle S. Pearson, lives on Route
ywd, Portsmouth. Va
day of the Inde-
in the training opera
While in the Caribbean the ear.
rier visited the Naval Base at
GuantaasjBo Bay, Cuba, sits of
the Float Training Grouup which
aids Atlantic Fleet units in re
fresher training operations.
rniMtawiiiiiL which oper
ates out of Norfolk, Vs., is slated
for a seven-month Mediterranean
cruise with the Sixth Fleet In ear
(AHTNC) Army Sgt. Doug
las A. Pearson, 20, of Leicester,
departed from Fort Riley, Kansas
uly 18, with other members of
USS Independence (FHTNC)
Harold E Ebbs, airman, USN,
i of Mr. and Mrs. Horace 3.
Ebbs of Spring St, Hot Springs,
is serving aboard the attack air
craft carrier USS Independence,
currently on a training refresher
cruise in the Caribbean and slated
to return July 26 after five weeks
The Independence recently com
pleted a six-month major over
haul in the Norfolk Naval Ship-
With Swift Strike HI Forces in
the Carolines Airman Second
Class George M. Powell of Rt 11,
Fountain City, Knoxville Tenn., is
one of mora than 88,000 men now
participating in Swift Strike HI,
aha U. 8. Strike Command's com
bat training exercise being held
in North and South Carolina
through August 18.
Airman Powell, son of Mrs.
Marjorie Chivrell of 1856 Arm
strong A., Knoxville, is perma
nently assigned to a Tactical Air
Command (TAC) unit at Sewart
AFB, Tana., and will return there.
wing Compound Dissolves
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Doctors warn picking or scratch
ing at warts may cause bleeding,
spreading. Now mliw Com
pound W penetrate into warts,
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Compound W, used as directed.
removes common warta safely,
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Upon completion of the exercise.
He is an Air Fores air policeman.
The airman's wife, Leola. is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jobie
Fortner of Walnut His father.
George O. Powell, resides at 2613
Swift Strike III involves oppos
ing friendly and aggressor aid and
ground forces in realistic combat
training maneuvers. Some 500
JTAC jet fighters, reconnaissance
aircraft and assault transports
are engaged in mock air battles
and troop and cargo drops over
in waa ae
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10 lb. Hercules SEPTIC TANK and GREASE
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All Season Heating Company
L. W. SLAGLE, Owner
Marshall, N. C.
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Reunion Aug. 11
The Reunion of Dorland-Bell
School and Homecoming of Dor
land Memorial Church will be
held on August 11, at Hot Springs
Come and bring a picnic lunch
to be spread on the campus of
the former Dorland-Bell school,
and meet your classmates and old
Church School at 10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship at 11:00.
Everyone is welcome.
Mrs. Elizabeth Green
Mrs. Elizabeth Green, 60, of
Mars Hill, died in an Asheville
hospital Friday morning, August
2, 19G.3 after a brief illness.
She is survived by the husband,
Wade Green; a daughter, Mrs.
Millard Roberts of Mars Hill: a
son, Gay Green of Asheville; and J
iwo sisters, Mrs. waiter IJeHruhl
of Rt. 2, Weaverville and Mrs. C.
D. Edwards of Charlotte Court
In loving memory of our dear
husband, father and grandfather,
Bertram E. Burnette, who was
taken away from us so suddenly
one year ago, August 9, 1962.
Memories are treausres no one
This is a heartache no one can
Some may forget you now that
But we will remember, no mat
ter how long.
Sadly misses by your loving wife,
children and grandchildren
At Laurel Fork
The regular Second Saturday
Night Singing will be held at the
Laurel Fork Free Will Baptist
Church, south of Marshall on Bai
ley Branch, Saturday, August 10,
starting at 7:30.
The pastor, the Rev. Thomas
Holder Jr., invites all singers and
the public to attend and participate.
Services were held at 2:30 p.
m., Sunday at Gabriel's Creek
Baptist Church. r.fm
The Rev. Orlando Hawkins and
the Rev. E. F. Sprinkle officiat
ed and burial was in the church
cemetery. Nephews were pall
bearers. Holcombe Funeral Home was in
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8 A. M to 12 Noon
THE L. P. ROBERTS
MARSHALL. V C
Formerly Of County.
Passes In Crewe, Va.
' Andrew H. SwiarW"
Crewe, Va., Rt 2, died in the home
tof his son, George Swicegood,
Sunday, July 28, 1963.
He is survived by four daugh
ters, Mrs. Sadie Rice and Mrs. Eth
el Arrington of Crewe, Mrs. Lau
ra Nunnally and Mrs. Minnie
Lowe of Hopewell, Va.; three
Bons, Roy D., George A. and An
drew Howard Swicegood of Crewe.
Funeral services were held at
the C. L. Jennings Funeral Home
in Crewe, and burial was in Bel
fast Church Cemetery. The Rev.
Bennie L. Wade officiated.
Pallbearers were Jimmy Nun
nally, Frank Lowe Jr., George Ar
rington, William Arrington, Dex
ter Swicegood and Spurgeon Rice
Mr. Swicegood was formerly of
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