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W6L. 62 NO. 40
8 PAGES THIS WEEK
MARSHALL, N. C. TW
OCTOBER 3,
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Tear Out
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Adjoining Couatt
199$
Revis Receives Stiff
Fine
In Assault fse
eardj
ff superior
criminal
morn-
Huakins,
siding. Robert
M were die-
one major caee
far.
FrmnMin Revis, of Hay.
i Charged with rape of
Haywboe County girl,
y of assault on a fe-
to Rett's ate,
tae plea.
of Janjrpt
Was sentenced to two!
. roeas, sen tence suspend-
loB of live-year on-
pay
of 11,000, be of
and Bruit remain
every night from 9
a. m, .
-m 'adjourn
today (Thursday), officials
eed. '-r , ' !
, I'll-
ir,e septemnt
ing with mtJk Frank
Swain if thi
rl
yea a on
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der provisions
at nis home
pirn,, to e
later
announ
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I I if 7Tm highest on the National Merit Tn iiiiiHiHHi
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THE TOWN OF MARSHALL looks for all the Rhfer.
world like a naval vessel sailing down French Broad cally
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Foundei
Be
Man Hill College
Homfwantta- celebration on Satur
day, Oct 12 are being made by of
ficials at Mar Hill Collegs.
its being planned lor
a convocation Fro
nt., with D.
Aaheville as the speek-
tfpeaing of thr uw'f
jissafoam, tW ifforal
uie annual noma-
at 2:80 p.
bigb school . fi,H i
a concert at 8 p. m., by Metropoll
tea Opera star Mell Rankin. '
The public is invited to all".
the day's activities.
xisii;;i af , ,
Only a clear conscience will keep
a mari trader fire.
HiKniMi I lowing oaaK
Way io i9M
vbserved V w'iff
Hghlgh
gram at 10 a.
et; lerm.l
rMtttoat n5 a. OLfMm
ujUwUiag Prtrait4 of Mr. and
home
cbm oelJ gam.
w iv - T' TOv. recently received word of makinsr tmmmm. M nr 1 - VWmwm T..JUl
intensive investigation made at i Mike- will hf arrmnniAl j'i!
1964 FEED GRAIN
'ROfiRAM V"
order that , grain producing
era may effectively plan their
teg operations, tbe fol-.
lntormataop -O flKj
Feed-Grain Program tfl
son bounty is bm ptiHH
lArma Mae Tipton, Faefl Grafr
ASOS Office
Feed Grain
much like the
U volon-
tiry; it include barley, eorn.iagd
grain sorghum ih a combined base;
payments for diverting fonjMW,
age oat of production are avail-:
able; and price support
combination of pric
monta and loans
port payment will be
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Ledford To Pre.ide
The editor of the Marshall 1 114 V KBH
sthool nii.iif
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HASSETT TWBD
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at anntMi jneetmg oi uie rjign
School Editor's Round table this
at Western Carolina College
at
He is Mike Ledford, son of Mr.
arid ' Mrs. Raymond Ledford of
Marshall. Mike is a very active
student at Marshall Higfc He is
also presidli''opMR. class,
and takes part in several extra.
fofcryicula activities at the school.
kmmw Mm ciub, he h
in scholastic ability. Ho
received word of making
I highest on the National Merit
1 Swjplarship test given, to the ju
niors last year of the 86 students
taking the test here.
Mike will be accompanied to
Qsfltowb.ee for the editor's meet-
Ing by Doris Ward, Wanda Crain,
Bonakl Gladden and Stanley: Ward,
weak
HsriHMkS!90
This aorial photo by Malcolm
illustrates Marshaira troubles
figured on the Mrs. George B. Shape
WOMAN
BYMCDC
Mrs. George B. Shupe, of Wal
nut, has been named Madison
County's "Wosnan of the Year" by
the Madison County Democratic
Club, H was announced here to
day. IMjPpPjKSsms made by
the board tors.of the club
who aiudpBwaBe the per
son chosen this hoHHBjM
Gamble dramati- Ipains : a bluff on one side, the river on the other. The
and its growing high school on the island is in the foreground..
Cat courtesy Citltan Tlinss
DEV
ENT
CORPORATION IS
MOVING AHEAD
The Madison County
ment Corporation is
head with plans to
ma to packing and
Engineers will soon have the plana
drawn for a building 80 feet wide
ad 200 feet long. Pledges and pur
chases of stock in the corporation
to help with this project are be
ing made now. As soon as the
plans are complete an application
lor a loan to eomnlete financing
mm building will be submitted to
If all plans work on schedule,
The Madison Fruit and Vegetable
Cooperative, Inc., will lease the
jtwldng shed and operate it be
ginning with the 1964 season. The
local facilities to pack, grade and.,
market tomatoes and other vege
tables will enable Madison farm'
ill to add Maat 1M,000 in-!
come next year eUftiid this
amount to about $1,000,000 when
the facilities are fully used.
tasM.
Seven members of the French
Broad Democratic Women Club
'Mmmi s regional political work-
Shop in Highlands last Friday,
Sept. 27, along -With representa
Hves ofeDemocratic Women Clubs
from sixteen other counties. The
Coy Kadford,
Develop-
irrteg a-
constmct s to
gradiag shad
WORKSHOP FRI.I Honerininiiie Ta Re leM It
Musical Program Set For
Marshall On
BOOSTERS CLUB
MEETS; BY-LAWS
ARE ADOPTER
Harper
er la Guest Speaker;
Club Membership
Increases
Boosters Club met
in the home eco-
eat in the school
present. The
the third of the new
club and the Constitu
tion and By-Laws were adopted.
Harry Harper, secretary-treas
urer of the North Buncombe High
school Boosters Club, was the
guest speaker. Mr. Haraer told
m group of the formation of the
N. B. Club tWO vears turn anil
bad done for the school
and athletic program.
AtllUi Red Crow
Meeting Wednegday
Robinson, Madison Coun-
fiLjHSft. Cross Chairman: Wade
iwunty Red Cross
an; Ed Nile. Mar
Htlve Chairman: and
The Marshall
M A
i XI Members
meeting was
i . MHaM It rf done fnr tho I
aiua tl- s u .
SaaawaaMasaaB . .' .
Hill AreaytrM. iw
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Hi'
Sat.
IVoc4 WU1 Oe
Cross Drive;
-prone lovers of tola
bave an opportunity to
fine program of sincina? and
music Saturday night in the
shall gymnasium. The jwajwaa
will start at 8 o'clock, it was an
nounced today by Wade Huey, Red
Cross Mi Chairman for Madi
son County.
The following are oafocled to
be on the program: Boone Broth
era Bend with the Cat Tail Clog-
Ki entire Hot Springs Jubilee
r of Mountain Mask Makers;
Byard Ray and the Laurel Ramb
lers; Ralph Lewis and the Blue
Ridge Mountain Boys; Clay Led
ford and Obray; Ramsey Band; Ju
bilee Rhythm Rousers. All other
groups are invited to come and
participate. v ' -.
In addition to
local
couples will
to dance.
Entire
will go to tiiel
Huey said.
7? 7"?'
Will Clash With
it Qiiaii T
Local football fans are in for a
"double treat" here Friday night
when the strong Bakersville foot
ball team will clash with the hot
and cold Tornadoes of Marshall
addition to the game,
will be observed at
the 1968 Fpotball
high
for the
on under the
Leetherwood.
t has also been announced that
a parade will be held Friday after
noon at 1:30 o'clock which will in
clude tbc candidates far the Foot
ball Queen, Girl and Boy Scouts,
town officials, mttaafcam nt th
board o education, and other offi
cials, plus several penieaSHBjL
Candidates for the Queen are Ann
Tilson, sponsored by Eddie HenoK
son; Gail Fisher, sponsored b
Jackie Pegg; Betsy Payne, spon
sored by Ray Caldwell; Dor Ann
(Continued to Last Page)
No Yolking,
It's Truett; ?
Eggsactly So
Truett West, Mars Hill College
sophomore from Andrews, saw
double for a long time Tuesday.
West, whose part-time job in
the college cafeteria consists of
breaking and cooking 45 dozen
eggs every morning, got bold of
121 straight double-volked. .njfts
before he found a conventional
one. Word got around after the
first dozen, and there was agjfglML
guessing as to how long the string
would go. Nobody calculated there
would be nine dozen more, plus
one egg.
The fried egg eaters got a bo
nanza, but the scrambled fanciers
might never have known about it.
The purveyor of the eggs with
bonus yolks was not known.
1914 Check Found
For Freight On
Four Buggies
The good old horse and
days were recalled here a fe
ago wnen Ueorge Penland, of
land & Sons, uncovered
cancelled check dated J
1914. The check
Tweed Tilson
a iiDVll Htm w
A West for
out to W. A.
payment of
gies.
Mr. W
Ba
area will
efy a
IIHna
POt et(WI
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