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    THURSDAY, SEPT X 2O, 1956“
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J. N. Barnett and Ferril Mc-
Curry attended a meeting last
Sunday afternoon in the First
Presbyterian Church of Green
ville; Tennessee, for a study, of
tiie stewardship and promotion
program of the Presbyterian"
Church-in the ti ; 'S: A. ■ ■ '
Mrs. J. N. Barnett and Mrs. Paul
Young spent the day on Monday
With Mrs. H. W. Johnson, former
ly of Burnsville, and now residing
hear Kingsport, Tennessee.
Miss Joan Reeve returned to
Philadelphia on Tuesday of this
week after having sperit a two
week holiday with her parents,
the Rev. and Mrs. Warren S.
Reeve, in the Presbyterian Manse.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Melling
er and Mrs. Vera Mellinger, of
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, tra
veling on a vacation trip to Flor
ida, were unexpected callers on
the Rev. and Mrs. Warren S.
Reeve one day last week. Mr.
Mellinger is an elder in the church
Which Mr. Reeve served prior to
his coming to Burnsville.
Dr. and. Mrs. A. E. Gouge of
Bakersville, and Dr. Cameron F.
Mcßae of Burnsville, attended the
annual meeting of the North
Carolina Heart Association last
week-end in Asheville. Mrs. J. W.
Berry, formerly of Bakersville and
now with the Winston-Salem
Heart Council, also attended the'
meeting.
J. Rush Beeler left Sunday for
Los Angeles, Calif., after a short
visit here with his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Wilkes Beeler. Mr.
Beeler is a professor in the
French Department at the Uni
versity of California in Los An
geles.
Mr. and Mrs. Tilson Fleetwood,
their twin sons, Stephen- and
Stewprt, and Perry Young, all of
Asheville, were Sunday guests of
Mr. Fleetwood’s sister and family
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bennett.
Mrs. George Roberts is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
H. Lamb, in Ingold, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Fox of Mor
ganton visited Mr. Fox's mother,
Mrs. J. G. Fox, here Sunday.
The Rev. and Mrs. Charles B.
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Mrs. Clyde Williams and Mrs.
Laura Mclntosh” returned Friday
from a week’s visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Parnell and family in
Dallas, N. C.
Trammel returned today from a
visit with friends and relatives in
Troy, Raleigh, Durham and Elkin.
Their daughter, Becky, accompan
ied them to Raleigh, where she
attends Meredith College.
Glen Fox was at home for a
week-end recently from Wake
Forest College in Winston-Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Freeman
of Albany, N. Y. were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Rohner.
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Davidson
of Kentucky spent the Week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Ezekial Banks
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson
have moved into their new home
on Church Street.
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Ms. Simon Feinberg of Phila-|
delphia was the guest of Mr. and-
Mrs. Swann Beeler and his wife,!
Dawn Feinberg, over the - week-]
end. He*jdsites here over Jewish]
holidays, (Yom Kippur) the Jew
ish New Year. Mr. Feinberg. ar
rived Saturday and left for Phila
delphia Sunday. Mrs; Feinberg
will remain in Burnsville.' 1
BURNSVILLE SCHOOL MENUS
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Thursday, Sept. 20: Fried -ham
slices, candied sweet potatoes,
buttered beets, baked apples, bls
buitb, milk and butter.
Friday, Sept. 21. Oven fried fish,
tarter sauce, cole slaw, mashed
potatoes, peas, stewed prunes,
loaf bread, milk.
Monday, Sept. 24: Oven brown
ed luncheon meat, green beans,
whole grain corn, devils food
cake with ehoeolate sauce, loaf
bread, milk.
Tuesday, Sept. 25: Hot dogn,
slaw, chopped onions, baked beans,
rice pudding, buns, butter and
| milk.
Wednetday, Sept. 26: Chicken
niodle soup, peanut butter sapdr
wiches, cherry upsidedown cake,
loaf bread, orange juice and milk.
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I BALD CREEK NEWS
I ■--* By Doris Barton
This past week found many of
our local boys and girls returning
to college. Among them were Miss
Mary Jo Young and Milton
Young, son and daughter of Drake
Young. Miss Young is attending
High Point College, and her bro
ther returned to Duke University
where he is a senior in the Divin
ity School.
Jimmie Neill, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Neill, will attend
Cullowhee this year.
Miss Margaret Wilson, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Wilson, will return this
week to Franklin, N. C., to con
tinue her work as Methodist
Youth Leader for twenty-one
churches in that vicinity.
Bobby Jack McAllister, Morris
Buckner and Jack Howell have
returned from "a week’s vacation
in Miami.
A group of young people from
Bald Creek Methodist Church
will leave Saturday morning „ by
chartered bus to attend the Meth
odist Youth Rally to be held at
Centinary Methodist Church in
Winston-Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burton
had as their guests last week-end
Mrs. Sophie Templin, Mrs. W.
Burdette, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Gibbs and all of
Johnson City, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntosh
spent last week-end in Kingsport,
Tenn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Ayers.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walton
Stokes announce the marriage of
their daughter, Martha Glascock,
to Nollie Washburn Neill, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burge Neill of
Greensboro, on Saturday, Septem
ber the eighth.
The wedding was attended by
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Neill Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Neill and' Miss
Mary Helen Neill, all of this com
munity.
Bald Creek, School needs the
support of all you parents If it Is
to have a successful Parent.
Teacher Association. Please at
tend these meetings if possible, so
we can all work together for the
good of our school, our children,
and our community.
THE YANCEY RECORD
TOM TO BE SHOWN IN •
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SUNDAY EVENING
A very fine film, in color and
sound, estitled “This High Calling”
will be shown in the Presbyterian
Church on Sunday evening, Sep
tember 23rd, at 7:30 p. m. The
public is cordially invited to at
tend.
Following the showing of the
film, there will be a congregatiin
al meeting for the purpose of hear
ing J reports from the Sunday
School and elerting new officers
and teachers for the year begin
ning October Ist.
At the Sunday morning service
at 11 the pastor, Rev. Warren S.
Reeve, will preach on “The Chur
ch at Corinth”. The Sacrament
of Baptism will be celebrated.
Mrs. Joe Young will be hostess
for the Presbyterian Women’s Or
ganization this evening (Thurs
day) at 8 p. m. Mrs. E. L. Dilling
ham is the leader of the meeting.
The Rev. Mr. Reeve and Mr. J.
N. Barnett attended the meeting
of the Presbytery of Holston in
Grace Presbyterian Church, King
sport, Tennessee, last Monday. The
Rev. David F. Swartz, formerly of
the Burnsville Church, was also
there, but regrettably, was unable
to come on to Burnsville after
wards. i -
HORTON CREEK NEWS
By Clinton R. Fenland
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson
and children of Michigan, visited
friends and relatives in Horton
Creek community last week.
Vance Penland, who with-stood
a serious operation at the Mission
Memorial Hospital, Asheville, is
slowly recovering.
The widely known Higgins
Quartet was to be at the Horton
Creek Church Sunday night.
Will Dave Banks of Horton
Creek, who is seriously ill, is now
at the home of his daughter and
sbn-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Evans In Asheville.
Rome Parrott is seriously ill at
hla home on Horton Creek.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our sincere
appreciation to our friends and
neighbors for the many kind and
thoughtful remembrances shown
us during our recent sorrow and
for the beautiful floral offering?.
Mrs. W. C. Murphy and children
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MRS. AUTREY AND DAUGHTER
ARRIVE IN GERMANY
Mrs. Roger W. Autrey and six
months old daughter, Debrah
Ann, (pictured above) arrived re
cently in Baumholder, Germany,
where Cpl. Autrey is stationed
with the U;-S. Armed Forces.
Mrs. Autrey is the former Miss
Kathleen McGee, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl McGee of Newdale;
and Cpl. Autrey is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Autrey of
Burnsville, Route 2.
Mrs. Autrey and her daughter
went by plane from the Raleigh-
Durham Airport to New
City. While at the T. W. A. Air-j
port in New Pork, little Debrah'
Ann won a contest as being the
most beautiful baby. Her picture
was published in the New York
Times and a free enlargement
was given to Mrs. Autrey.
On their plane trip from New
York to Germany, Mrs. Autrey
and Debrah Ann stopped in Cana
da', Newfoundland, and London
England, before going on to
Frankfort, Germ; ny, where Cpl.
Autrey met them. They went by
car to Baumholder, where they
will make their home for about
eighteen months.
Cpl, and. Mrs. Autrey like—liv
ing in Germany and report that
it is a beautiful country. They al
so have stated that they would
like to hear from their friends in
Yancey County. For the benefit
of those who would like to write
to the Autreys, their address is:
Cpl. and Mrs. Roger W. Autrey,
R A 14555853, 806th Ord. Co.
(Ammo), APQ 34, New York, N. Y
SINGING CONVENTION TO
BE HELD SUNDAY
The regular Yancey County
Singing Convention will be held
at the Windom Methodist Church
next Sunday, September 23, at 2
o’clock in the afternoon. A3! - sing
ers are welcome to take part, and
the public is cordially invited.
Just a few weeks before cold wea
ther. Is your home ready for it? How
are your storm doors-glass in all storm
windows?-storm sash still good?-
everything painted to keep out wear &
weather? Ever thought about insulat
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Whatever your winter house prob
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winter house items. j I
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