MABSHALL, N. G, OCT. 10, 1M
SCOUTING LEADERS last week
inspected the site of a projected new
service center fqr Bqy and Girl Scout
programs in Western North Carolina.
They are (L-R) : James M. Baley Jr.,
of the Daniel Boone Boy Scout Coun
cil finance committee; Mrs. 0. A.
Gregory, of Marshall, Pisgah Girl
Scout Council president; Robert
Frantz, Pisg-ah Council finance com
mittee chairman, and R. R. Williams
Jr., Daniel Boone Council president.
Cut courtesy Citizen-Times
Plans Are Revealed
has also approved
using a portion of
Tract Of Land In Asheville
Is Site Of Proposed
Plans for a Girl Scout and Boy
Scout headquarters service center,
to be a focus point of Scouting
activities in Western North Caro
lina, were announced last week
by Mrs. O. A. Gregory, president
of the Pisgah Girl Scout Council
and R. R. William Jr., president
of the Daniel Boone Boy Scout
A gift of a tract of land lying
between Rhoades Boulevard, new
entrance t o Asheville-Biltmore
College, and King Street, just off
Merrimon Avenue, is the site of
the proposed service center.
Under the leadership of Ted
Sumner and Robert Frantz, who
succeeded him as chairman of the
Girl Scout finance committee, and
James M. Baley of the Boy Scout
committee, plans have been under
way for several months to secure
suitable property for the center.
Present plans call for the erec
tion of two separate buildings to
house administrative offices, train
ing, meeting and program facilities
and storage space for equipment.
In December, 1961, the Pisgah
council board appointed a sites
and faculties committee to explore IT WONT CONCEAL
the idea of a reserve center made A coat of arms has sentimental
necessary by lack of space in pre- value, but it won't conceal the de
sent offices and expansion of the fecta in a man's character.
the idea of
cookie sales proceeds left after
camping needs have been met.
Boy Scout, council president Wil
liams said, "It has long been the
dream of both Scout councils to
build modern facilities to house
the operation of council offices.
We are delighted that we have
been able to secure adequate pro
perty to permit the building of
both offices in a common center.
Because of the rapid growth of
both councils, we have outgrown
our existing facilities and have
been hard pressed to meet the
needs of our hundreds of volunteer
workers. . . .
Our present plans call for erec
tion of the service-center as soon
as adequate financial arrangements
can be made."
Present plans do not include a
large capita funds drive, it was
pointed out, but the work and co
operation of a great many peo
ple will be needed to make the
center a reality, the Scout lead
Late Application Of
To Meadow Land
The dry weather which Madison
County has been having for the
past weeks have made fall graz
ing very short. This means that
farmers who have depended heav
ily on this type feed are going to
be short in total feed supply this
year. One way to help prevent
this shortage would be to aDDlv
ammonium nitrate to feRiue. This
plant will respond to nitrogen and
will grow well in early winter and
As a general rule, the fall rains
will start shortly. This means
that if we get moisture, ammonium
nitrate would give added growth
to pasture and meadows. Apply
200 pounds per acre.
1964 FEED GRAIN
Kmory Kobhuaa. Chairman of
the Agricultural Stabilisation and
Conservation County Committee,
recently said that wheat growers
can use the 1964 feed grain pro
gram to help maintain income from
1964 crop wheat while continuing
progress In meeting the program's
Many wheat growers also pro
due feed grains, Robinson point
ed out. By diverting acreage under
the feed grain program, such
growers could receive both diver
sion and price-support payments,
thus offsetting a possible lose of
income from the 1964 wheat crop
(resulting from probably lower
market prices because of lower
price supports available under (he
1964 nonquota wheat program).
Producers who divert 40 per cent
or more of their farm's grain
base will be eligible for the max
wnum rate of payment under the
Mars Hill News
MR8. J. W. HUFF, Correspondent
Miss Kathryn Anderson left
Wednesday for Colorado for a vis
it to her aunt there who recently
loet her husband.
Mrs. Car! Bryant left last Sat
unlay for California to spend some
time there with her daughter.
whose husband has goae for mil
itary duty overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Briggs are
away on a three weeks trip for
visits with three sons and fami
lies: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Briggs
at Roxboro, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Briggs at Richmd, Va, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lane rga at Norfolk,
Mrs. John Toiley has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Fred Mc-
Clure, and family at Elisabethtown
for the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Harris
have been visiting his sons in Vir
ginia for the past week.
Mies Hattie Edwards and Mrs.
Leila Hodge returned Monday from
a ten day visit with their niece,
Miss EuseMa Smart at Chapel Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Tom HoltoweU of
Gastonia spent Saturday until
Tuesday here with Mrs. Dorcas
Terrell and Mrs. Clota Lippard.
Mr. H. Clay Cox, of Omaha,
Nebr., and Mr. London Cox, of
Birmingham, Ala., art visiting
their mother and other relatives
here this week.
Mrs. Essie Edwards, who is still
a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital,
is thought to oe improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Folk and
eons of Greensboro, visited her
mother, Mrs. Roy Wall, here ov
er the week-end.
Revival services next week, be
ginning Sunday, Oct. 13, at the
Also, the feed grain program
provision with regard to maintain
ing a farm's normal acreage in
conserving use may be instrumen
tal in helping hold down wheat
plantings since it will mean that
any planting of wheat in excess
of the farm wheat allotment on a
complying feed grain farm would
have to be at the expense of some
other soil-depleting crop.
While the 1964 feed grain pro
gram signup will not be held until
early next year, Robinson said that
the people at the ASOS Office will
do their best to answer questions
I farmers may have about the pro
Heel Flies Cause
Loss Of Pounds
In Beef Cattle
Several of the farmers in the
Spring Creek section of Madison
County figure that they have lost
many pounds per head from their
beef cattle because of heel flies.
Last spring, realizing that this is
an area problem rather than indi
vidual problem, they got together
and decided to use chemical war'
fare against this pest.
Mr. Billy Woody, Jack Price, Mr.
Homer Reeves, Mr. Glen Davis,
and Mr. R. C. Reeves have found a
neuclus to spear head the fight a-
gainst the heel flies or ox warble,
commonly known as cattle grub.
They all plan to treat their cattle
during the month of November
with a systemetir insecticide b y
pour on method, to kill systematic
insecticide also helps to control
lice and there is substantial evi
dence that it also helps control in
Mars Hill High
The Man Hill High School JV
football team opened Its season k
this week with an 1S-18 victory
over the Harris High JV's at
Spruce Pine Wednesday night Ed-
ward Castello scored from his half
back slot on a IS yard run in the
first period. Early in the second
period, Spruce Pine halfback Jim
my Phillips scored on a diva play.
The point waa good and Spruce
Pine led, 7-6. Late in the second
period, halfback Billy Rymer took
a Harris punt and carried 66 yards
to the 12 yard line, where, on the
first play, quarterback Billy Pegg
rolled out around left end for the
TD. Again the extra noint trv
failed. In the third period, Spruce
Pine punted to Billv Rvmer on
his 46, and he got loose for the
distance, putting Mare Hill ahead
18-7. Again the extra point at
tempt failed. Late in the 4th pe
riod Spruce Pine completed a long
pass for its final TD. The extra
point kick was blocked and time
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in stripping and sorting your
crop of tobacco this year it will
pay to do as good a Job as you pos
sibly can in separating the grades
of tobacco. Much attention will be
placed on quality, this year, of our
tobacco crop. Four stripping and
sorting demonstrations will be held
at different locations in Madison
County later in the season. Farm
ers in these four communities will
be notified. Mr. L. D. Flack,
Government Grader, will assist
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It is very important to market
tobacco in the proper order, as
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drying out slowly this year. Tobac
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