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THE YANCEY RECORD
ESTABLISHED JULY, 1936
Editor & Publisher „. Amey Fox
Published Every Thursday By
YANCEY PUBLISHING CO.
A Partnership
Entered as second-class matter November 11th, 1936, at the
Poet Office, Burnsville, North Carolina, under the act of
March 3, 1879.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
The District Health De
partment announces the
grades and ratings of food
handling establishments,
dairies, etc., for Yancey
County:
Bald Creek School Lun
ch, 90.0 |(A); Burnsville
School Lunch, 90.0 (A);
Burnsville Art School Lun
ch, 96.5 (A); Bus Station
Case, 87.0 (B); Carolina
Case, 88.0 (Bl; Coopers
Tourist Court, 85.0 (B);
Clearmont School Lunch,
90.0 (A); Mt. Mitchell Mot
el, 98.0 (A); Mt. Mitchell
Summer Camp for Girls,
90.5 (A); Micaville School
Lunch, 91.0 (A);
Nu-Wray Inn, 93.0 (A);
Nu-Wray Inn Case, 92.0
(A) Optimist Youth Sum
mer Camp, 82.0 (B); Os
car’s Grill, 93.5 (A); Pete’s
Snack Bar, 92.5 (A>; Park
way Playhouse Lunch
Room, 80.0 (B); Youngs
Case, 91.0 (A); Edge’s
Meat Market, 95.5 (A);
Dellinger & Silver, 74.0 (C)
Economy Center, 9..0 (A);
Johnson & Company, 84.5
(B) Proffitt & Company,
97.5 (A); Ray’s Grocery,
82.0 (B); Super Market,
92.0 (A); Young’s Market,
! BURNSVILLE FEED STORE
NEXT DOOR TO BANKS-YOUNG MOTOR CO. j
I FULL LINE OF jj
FLOUR, MEAL, HOG FEED, DAIRY FEED,
AND CHICKEN FEED
STAPLE GROCERIES, TOBACCOS,
CIGARETTES, AND COLD DRINKS
EGGS & FRYERS BOUGHT AT MARKET
PRICES L
ij YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED j
| GEORGE ROBINSON, Owner j
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Pedigree end type of a bull are only indicators of the kind l
of daughters he should sire. Jlis true n easure lies in his
ability to get daughters that will produce on a high level.
Every Sire in the American Breeders f irvice suids.that
furnish our semen is Proved Great. Their average index,
of over 500 lbs. 8.F., ranks them in the tc > 2% of all bulls
proved by D.H.I.A. daughter-dam comparisons.
The sure, economical way to improve your herd production
and type is to call our technician and your cows to
SIRES PROVED GREAT
HOLSTEIN • GUERNSEY • JERSEY
Sir#i Proved Grt.V from the
SOUTHEASTERN ARTIFICIAL BREEDINC ASS’N
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k ißhfn* Yancey Cooperative Breeding Ass'n., Inc.
l¥*f • Seth Peterscii, Technician
* 1 Phone 0174 Burnsville, N. C.
82.0 (B).
Retail Distributors from
Grade A pasteurizing
plants: Robinson’s, Boon
ford, N. C.
Grade A Producer Dair
ies: Rot ha Bailey, Burns
ville; Charles Brown, Bur
nsville; J. R. Banks, Cane
River; E. C. Blankenship,
Burnsville; Fred Bryan,
Burnsville; W. B. Banks,
Cane River; T. A. Buchan
an, Burnsville; Dewey Bai
ley, Ball Creek; John B.
Banks, Burnsville; Ralph
Edwards, Cane River; Ray
Edwards, Bald Creek;
Allison Edwards, Bee
Log; Ed & Norman King,
Burnsville; Miller Ledford,
Cane River, Mack Mcln
tosh, Burnsville; Ed &
Hugh Pate, Swiss; Vernon
Presnell, Green Mountain;
Grover Robinson, Boon
ford; Kelce Riddle, Burn
sville; Johnnie Robertson,
Cane River; John Rand
olph, Green Mountain;
Dewey Ray, Burnsville;
Ralph Ray, Burnsville;
Isaac Thomas, Green Moun
tain; Cas Thomas, Green
Mountain; George Wheeler
Burnsville; Sam Wheeler,
Higgins; Nelson Woody,
Jr., Burnsville; Ed Wilson
Burnsville; C. A. Wright,
CANE RIVER NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tom- \
berlin, Dr. and Mrs. Miller <
and daughter, Diana, of
Leaksville, N. C., were ■
guests of Mr. and Mrs.j]
Monroe Mclntosh last week ;
end.
Mr.' and Mrs. Robert
Peterson are employed in
Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon
Peterson visited Mr. and
Mrs. Back Byrd in Marion
last week end.
Burnsville. v
There are four more
dairies under construction
in Yancey County at this
time.
TOAY SEPTEMBER 22
of the BURNSVILLE STORE of
FELTS FURNITURE COMPANY
IN THE NEW BUILDING ACROSS FROM THE METHODIST CHURCH
Complete Line Os Home Furnishings Moderately Priced
FREE- FREE
To one adult member of each family visiting our store
Friday and Saturday
- ONE OF THE
FOLLOWING FAVORS
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ALSO . . .
SALAD BOWL OR
CANNISTER SET
rpT TO FURNITURE
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Burnsville, N. C
Phone 64
THE YANCEY RECORD
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TELEPHONE
fore the end of the current
calendar year.
Mr. Sawyer stated that
while no definite plans
have been made to build
any new rural lines from
the Burnsville exchange,
the Company plans to con
tinue the rebuilding of all
existing rural lines. The
present switchboard and
the new outside plant fac
ilities are flexible enough
expand the plant in all dir
ections from Burnsville,
and the Company will be in
position to give considera
tion to new rural lines af
ter the completion of the
present projects. In giving
consideration to new rural
lines, Mr. Sawyer stated
it will be necessary for the
Company to consider each
such project on its income
potentiality, as well as the
availability of supplies and
materials.
The telephone company
requests that all individuals
desiring telephone service
who live in or arbund Bur
nsville to come to the local
exchange .office and make
application for service. The
Company would appreciate
new applications from
those who may have al
ready signed an applica
tion blank in order that a
complete new list of appli
cations may be on hand.
FREE - Absolutely - FREE
THIS BEAUTIFUL
KNOX MEALMASTER
WOOD AND COAL RANGE
WILL BE GIVEN TO SOME! LUCKY PERSON SATURDAY AFTER
NOON, 4:30 P. M.—SEPTEMBER 23. Get information on drawing at our
store Friday and Saturday. You do not have to be present to win.
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According to latest re
ports, more than 100,000
acres of alfalfa are now
being grown in N. C.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1950
One-fifth of a child’s
meals are eaten at school,
so the foods for these meals
need careful planning.
    

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