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    THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1944
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CALENDAR
Thursday, March 23
The Garden Club will meet at 8 o’clock with Mrs. Nan
cy Allison. ,-j
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Tuesday, March 28
Members of the Legion Post and Auxiliary will meet at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Ray.
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Lt. and Mrs. Douglas
Powell, Jr. announce the
arrival of a son,- Douglas
111, March 18 in Washing
ton, N. C. Mrs. Powell is
the former Miss Nina Clark
—of Burnsville and Lt. Pow
ell is now on duty with the
Pacific fleet.
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J. D., the two year old
son of Mr and Mrs. Sylves
ter Allen, who has been very
ill of pneumonia is now im
proving.
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Mrs. F. R. Barber and
Mrs. Hobart Ray are at
tending the Woman’s Mis
sionary Conference i n
Hickory.
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Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Ayers of Day Book
a daughter, March 12.
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Mrs. C. M. Cheadle, Jr.
of Asheville visited Dr. and
Mrs. C. M. Cheadle here
during the week end.
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Martha Higgins who is
employed at Moore Gener
al Hospital spent the week
end at home.
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Mrs. D. M. Buck who has
been in Mission hospital
for the past week because
of an attack of pneumonia
is improving.
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Mr. and Mrs. Troy Eng
lish spent last week end
with friends here.
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p by for your Spring Permanent. |
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THE NORTHWESTERN BANK
Burnsville, N.” C.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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( Mr. and Mrs. J>mes
1 Sledge and Miss Lillian
i Powell of. Brevard .were
house guests of Mr and
1 Mrs. L. ,V. Pollard during
the week end.
BURNSVILLE JUNIORS
AND SENIORS HAVE
BANQUET
The annual Junior-Sen
ior banquet was held Thur
sday evening, March 16 in
the French room- of the
high school. Sixty mem
bers of the classes, faculty
members and invited gue
sts attended the affair.
The St. Patrick motif
w’as carried out in decora
tions, favors and menu.
The table was arranged in
green and white, and green
shamrocks lettered i n
white served as place cards
and programs.
Drate Banks was toast
master, and the following
| program was given: Wel
come, Drate Banks; Res
ponse, Mary: Lillian Boone;
Irish Song by Girls’ Chor-l
us; Toast, Frances "Riddle;
Solo, Doris Penland; Toa t st
to coach and basket ball
teams, Mona Lee Griffeth;
Response, Emmett Sams;
Toast to school, Mary Jo
Parrish; Response, B. M.
Tomberlin; Irish Folk Dan
ce, Peggy Johnson, Mona
Lee Griffeth; School Song
'by all.
HAMRICK NEWS
_
••• Mra and Mrs. Luther
Harrison and children of;
, Morganton spent the past;
week end visiting relatives
here.
Misses Mollie and Edith
Autrey were shopping in
Marion last week.
Mrs. Oscar Simmons is
in the Marion General hos
pital for treatment.
Joe Mayberry of the U.
S. Army stationed in Fla.
visited his wife and little
. daughter here a few days
i ago.
k I T. Sgt. Paul R. Westall is
[ now stationed at Punta
• Gorda, Fla. T. Sgt. Westall
spent a few days with his
parents here, Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Westall.
Cpl. James A. Westall
and Pfc. Harold Gibbs have
been transferred from
. Camp Davis ”to Orlando,
Fla.
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MICAVILLE NEWS
—
Ralph Harris, seaman
first class, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Delzie Harris who had
' a short leave home last
week was entertained with
a birthday dinner at the
home of Mrs. John Thomas
Anglin Sunday, Match 12. j
A color scheme of red,
white and blue was carried
, out.
Those attending the din
ner were members of the
family and Edd Branch,
Harley Shehan, Clay Thom
as, J. C. Wilson, Claude
| Murphy, Junior Silver, and
Phillip Harris.
After dinner the,,,guests
were entertained by play
' ir.g games.
Mr. Harris entered thei
’ Navy in August, 1943 took
training in Bainbridge, Md.
Norfolk, Brooklyn, N. Y.
BOLENS CREEK
Mr and Mrs. Tom Evans;
and daughter of Johnson]
City, Tenn. were visitiny;
Mr: aricl Mrs. E. 0. Alien
Sunday.
Mrs, Sarah Silver spent 1
the week end in Marion.
Miss Eva Carroll was
called home because«of the
illness of her mother.
Troy Ray and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Ray.
Mrs. Latt Ray and family
spent the week end at Pen
sacola.
Miss Mary Banks has re
turned to Cleveland, Ohio
where she is employed.
Mrs. B. B. Penland spent
la few days in Charlotte, N.j
C. last week.
PLEASANT GROVE
Truett T. Johnson of the
U. S. Navy has returned
to Great Lakes, 111. after
visiting his parents and
friends of this place.
R. C. and Jimmy Higgins
were visiting Jimmy’s par
ents in Erwin over the
week end.
Dorice and Joy Johnson
accompanied their brother
Truett Johnson to Ashe
ville on his way back to
camp.
The B. T. U. training
school held at the Pleasant
prove Baptist church dur
ing the past week was very
successful. The last night
there was a candle light
service. j
Alf Green of Erwin was
visiting here last week.
Shelby Briggs who is
employed in Newport News
spent two weeks with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gud
ger Briggs.
THE YANCEY RECORD ~~
Y-GRAVES
Miss Carrie Lee Hensley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hensley of Johnson
City, former residents of
Burnsville, and- Walker
Graves of Lynchburg, Va.
were married at the Cen
tral Baptist church, " John
son City Friday, March 17.
The pastor, Dr. J. C. Rigell
was the officiating minis
ter.
Miss Margaret Hensley,
the bride’s sister, served as
maid of honor and Roy
Robinson was best man.
Mrs. Graves attended
high school in Johnson City
and Milligan College, Tenn.
Mr. Graves is a graduate
of V. P. I. Blacksburg, "Va.
and is now superintendent
of operations of the East
Tennessee Power Company.
TOLEDO NEWS
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Mrs. Smith of Bristol
Tenn. has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. W. M. Ran
dolph. Her sister, Miss Bid
Randolph has been sick.
Mrs. R. A. Peake spent
the week end with Mrs.
Laura Peake at the home
of Mrs. Newt Pittman in
Spruce Pine.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Johnson visited in the home
of Mr. John Huskins who
I ha s been sick but is im
proving in health.
Mrs. Turner has been on
the sick list for the past
week but is much better.
A birthday dinner Was
given Sunday, March 19th,
at the home of Mr. andi
Mrs, Rassie Proffitt in hon
or of Mrs. R. M. Phillips,
Otis and Arnold Proffitt
and Elma Jean Proffitt.!
Those present,, were, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Proffitt,
Rev. James Allred, Mrs.
S Paul Hensley and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Proffitt
and family, Mr. and Mrs,
| Otis Proffitt and son, Mr.
and Mrs. R. M Phillips and
1 son, Miss Jean Carr, Mrs.
Clay Davenport and Ar
nold Proffitt.
HOME AGENTS NOTES
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The Newdale Home De
monstration Chib held its
regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Welzie Rob
inson March 16. Miss Rus
sell made a meat pie to
demonstrate one good use
of home canned meat. The
bassic 7 food chart was dis
cussed* and an adequate
diet for a day was planned
from food models.
The Hardscrabble Home
Demonstration Club elect
ed officers for the coming
year at their regular mon
thly meeting, March 21 at
the home of Mrs. Leslie
Proffitt. Mra Bis Ran
dolph was elected presid
ent; Mrs, Leslie Proffitt,
vice pres.; Miss Grace
Smith, Sec.-treas.
Miss Russell gave a food 1(
preparation demonstration -
on uses of canned meaL
The next meeting will be
April 18 at the home of
Mrs. Clay Davenport.
Gfew- (hops
IF YOUR NOSE
'CLOSES UP*
TONIGHT
Put > -purpose Va-tro-nol ipeach
nostril. It (I) shrinks i,pollen
membranes, (2) soothes Irritation,
(8) relieves transient con-
Sestlon . . . and brings greater
reathlng comfort.
Follow the complete VllM
directions mm m BMBI
in folder. wATRO'IIOL
CHURCH NEWS
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Presbyterian Church
The children will meet at
the manse on Fridsty even
ing at 4 o’clock.
Sunday School each
Lord’s Day at 10:15. Divine
worship at 11 o’clock.
Preaching services will
be held at Higgins at 2
o’clock; at Upper Jacks
Creek at 3:30; and at Banks
Creek at 8 o’clock.
The childrens and young
peoples meetings will be
held at Mine Fork on Wed
nesday at 3:45 and at the
Lower Jacks Creek on Thu
rsday at the same hour.
METHODIST CHURCH
Church school at ten
o’clock each Sunday. Byrd
Gillespie is the superintend
ent. Morning worship at
eleven o’clock. “The Sup
reme Question of Life”
will be the subject of the
sermon. Welcome to all.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Written especially _ for
the boys of Zion commun
ity who are in the service;
of our country.
Green Mountain Zion
Baptist church has been
reorganized. The most pro
gressive step the church
has ever made wa s the el-j
ection of Rev. E. J. Hall as
full time pastor.
E. B. Bailey was reelect-'
ed as sueprintendent of the
Sunday school. The Sunday
school has definitely pro-]
! greased during the past]
jyear under his guidance.
The other officers of the
Sunday school are: j
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ATTENTION
FARMERS AND VICTORY GARDENERS
- USESAFF
TO
Keep Bean, Tobacco At Cabbage Plants Free From
BEETLES, I LEAS and WORMS
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We Advise Early Dusting to give your PLANTS
The Chance to get a Good Start
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THE SAFFORD COMPANY I
BURNSVILLE, N. C. I
Buy a YANCEY COUNTY PRODUCT From I
Your Local Merchant
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POTATOES
The largest supply of
seed Irish potatoes in his
tory has been available to
farmers this spring. Certi- j
’ fied seed potatoes jumped ;
from 20Vo to 29 million 1 ;
bushels.
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Adult teacher, Worley 1 !
Ayers; Young people tea- !
( cher, G. D. Turbyfill; In-,!
■ termediate teacher, Mrs. ■
1 Joe Banner; Junior girls !
1 teacher, Mrs. Ivan Renfro; !
Junior boys teacher, Earl j
Willis; Primary teacher, j
Mrs. Earl Willis; Beginner j
teacher, Mrs. M. D. Bailey; \
Secretary, Eugene Hughes; I
Chorister, Calvin Robinson \
Pianist, Miss Kathleen j
Johnson.”
It will be of great inter- j
est to most of you to know \
that now we ha\\e a fully I
graded Training union, for I
the youngeest to the oldest f
members of our church. |
Our attendance for the past |
i month has been very good I
for our “little country chu- |
rch,” averaging a total of f
65. We are led in the Tra- |
ining Union by J. E. John- |
Ison as director; Mrs. Elzie I
Fox associate director; Mis s I
Lois M. Turbyfill as advis- j
|or and other efficient de
partmental leaders and of
ficers.
l ‘ We want to express our
appreciation for some of
the fine letters some of you
jhave written the church,
iWe think of you often, we
(pray for you and for your
safe return, not only for
you but for all the boys
who are so bravely defend
ing our country. 1 J |
Respectfully submitted
by Green Mountain Zion
Baptist church, Toledo, N. '
| Co.
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