Rosemary Foots Named
Heart Fund Chairman
Mrs. Rosemary Pouts is chair
man of the Heart Fund Campaign
•or 1965. The slogan for the year
'is Give. . .So More Will lave.
The campaign’s proceeds are
used to fight the heart and cir
culatory diseases which account
EY Teams Still
Lead In Appala
The East Yancey boys and girls
basketball teams defeated Balc
orevlllo on the East Yancey
Court here last Friday night and
won over Tipton Hill on the Tip
tun Hll court Tuesday ""of this
AT EAST YANCEY. Friday
nijiti, January 22.
Bakersville (20> Johnson 5,
Gouge 7. HarUwell 3, Young 4, J.
Kaniwell 1, Loven, Stanley, C.
East Yancey, (44) Ballew 11,
Thomas 14, Young 8, Grindstaff
3, Howell, Jonas, Brooks 1, Sch
wlnter. Hens If y 6, Smith 1.
Halftime: East Yancey 15-6.
( £akersville (53) Alvin Baker
19, Vinson, Ellis LI, Alien Baker
10, B. Bartlett 7, Peterson 6.
East Yancey (55) Banks 23,
•livers 3, Gillespie 5, Hamby 4,
Robinson 12, Bailey 8.
Halftime: 30-30 tie.
AT TIPTON HILL
Tuesday, January 26
..East Yancey (54).j Thomas 8,
Young 21, Grindstaff 2,. Howell
4, Jones 6, Brooks 4," Hensley 9. ...
... Tipton Hill (21) B. Byrd 7, Msi -
tera 3, Honeycutt 2, Betty Byrd 7
Griffin, Arrow ood.
....Halflame: F. Yancey 19-12
East Yancey (63) Banks 23,
•livers 12, Gillespie 15, M. Sil
vers 6, Robinson 4, Bailey 9.
Tipton Hill (59) Billy Street 12,
Jenkins 4, Bobby Street 14, Elm
er Street 24, Peterson 3.
Half time: E. Yancey 34-27.
May land DiJricf
Wins Scout re
The Mayland district of the
Daniel Boone Council, Boy Scouts
of America, was awarded the 1964
President V Chip at the councils
annual Recognition Banquet Mon
day night in Asheville. Retiring
council president R. R. Williams,
Jr., of AsheviUe, made the pre
santation and Davis M. Nichols,
of Spruce Pine, acc.fc>ted for the
dlstrtot in the absence of W. Ray
Deal, retiring from Mayland dis
The cup is giv-ti annually to'
the District which lias the best
record in growth In Scouting
units, membership, advancement
ia rank and subscriptions to
Boy’s Life magazine over the
previous ydar. ,
There were nine districts in
the Daniel Boone) council last
year .The cup has been given
, annually since T 955,, and this is
the) first time the Mayland dis
trict has received it. . . In 1963
it was awarded to the Grand
father Mountain district, which
is Avery bounty.
Mr. Dwight J. Thomson, of
Hamilton, Ohio, was the speaker
Os the evening. He is chairman
of the board of the Champion
Paper Co., and is also chairman
c<f Rfc on IV, Boy Scouts of
America. He was recently in
stalled as president of Jthe (Dan
Beard Council, Boy Scouts of Am
erica, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr.
- Thomson attended the AsheviUe
Ichool as a boy. Ha * was intro
dueed by W. M. Lehmkuhl, vice
president of Ohampion Papers.
THE YANCEY HECORD
, *v "s- ’ „ ■- »• * ■* -« -»*
Subscription 12.80 Per Yftg
for more than 54 peroen tof all
. deaths in thel United States an
Alice Hopson Is Rural Heart
Fund Director. The drive will
begin on February 1 and continue
through February 28, reaching
its high point the weekend of
He art Sunday, February 21.
There are more than 20 forms
of heart disease, and many forms
of blood v<bsel disease. They as-
Eect more than 10,000,000 living
Americans, including over 500,000
school-age children. Leading
forms of cardiovascular dis:iase
Include heart attack, stroke, high
blood pressure, “hardening of the
art: tries,” rheumatic fever and
i inborn heart defects. ___
W. aTm.Y. Dir
ectors Meet In
The first me.ting of the full
Board of Directors of W. A. M. Y.
Community Action, Inc. was
held in Harris High School in
Spruce Pine at 7 P. M. Monday,
January 25. The 72-memb:fe Board
was formed recently after nomi
nations were made I by public and
private agencies and organizat
ions in Watauga, Avery, Mitchell)
and Yancey Count! fe.
Officers elected earlier by the
Ex. i.utive Committee of the or
ganization, which has been func-j
Honing during the organization-'
al period, were/ approved loy the
full Board of Directors. They in
clude Dr. W. H. Ptemmons,
Boone. Presid.lit; Dr. Lawson
Tate, Banner Elk, Vice-Free: dent ;
pmest D. Eppl.b, Boone, Execu
tive Director; Guy Angell, Boone,
Treasurer; and Mrs. Dessa Mae
Edimsten, Boone, Secretary.
I Dr. W. H. Plemmons pr hided
at the meeeting and explained
briefly the historical develop
ment of the Corporation, its re
lation to The North Carolina
Fund, Inc. and its purposes.
J. Ray Braswell of Avery
County reviewed the Articles of
Incorporation and the By-laws of
the Corporation and explained how
thc ; organization functions.
Ernest D. Eppley discussed
the current activities and propos
als a!J. W. A. M. Y. Community
Action. He said that the Demon
stration Youth Works Project,
carried out in Burnsville!, Bakers
ville, Newland and Boone during
the Christmas season, had been
succ-: fesful in making local citi
zens aware of the problem of un
employment among youths, aged
18-22. in the area. The youths
contacted duutag this short pro
ject werei advised of other train
ing and job opportunities such
as the new Federal Job Corps
and the local hkAghborhood Youth
Corps fr M. Y. has
The W. A. M. Y. Community
Action Neighborhood Youth Corp
(woriritrairting) Proposal was
submitted to th.\ Neighborhood
Youth Corps Otfice in the Depart
ment of Labor at the end of
January. These! programs are
provided fdr under Title KB of
the Economic Opportunity Act of
At present the W. A. M. Y.
staff is pr; bring Its COMmfthity
Action Proposal under Title S
of the Econmic Opportunity Act.
Eppley spoke briefly of the
future possibilities for demons
tration and experimental pro
lets, the matching requirement
the philosophy of community
(action, the! requirement for
maximum feasible participation
of the economically deprived
people. ! ' r'wwt
Thd meeting was well attended.
STMNOTHIN AMMICAV MACS POWMI
"Dedicated To TKe Progivaas Os Yanoey Cwwty*
LINDA SUE BYRD
Linda Sue Byrd, infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert By id
died January 19, Graveside rites
were held on January 20 at Bailey
Hill Cemetery. The Rev. Guy
Honeycutt od-ciated, burial was
( In Baaley Hill Cemetery.
Survivors are the parents and
the maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Pierce Lingerfelt of
MRS. REVIE ADKINS
Funeral services for Mrs. Rev
*-e Mabel Adkins, 63, of Relief,
who died Tuesday, were held to
day aft 2 p. m. in Big Creek Free
Will Baptist Church.
The Rev. Ed Woody and the
Rev. Francis Radford officiated
‘and burial was In the church
cemetery. J-L—-— — —
She is survived by the husband,
Park Adkins; ithree daughters,
Mrs. Wilma Heckenbothem of
Erwin, Tenn.7 Mrs. Mildred Frank
lin of Burnsville and Mrs. Laura
Adkins of the . home; a son,
Reece Adkins of Erwin, Tenn.; a
sister, Mrs. Ethel Laughrun of
Burnsville; and two brothers,
Seth and Hollis Honeycutt of
DAVID W. NESS
David W. Ness, 35, of Chamb
1. tev Ga., husband of the former
Edith Deyton of. Burnsville, died
' unexpectedly Saturday following
a heart attack.
He was g.heral superintendent!
of the Big Apple supermarket in
j Surviving in addition ito the
wdew arfe two daughters, Deb
orah and Sandra, and two sons,
Larry and Allen Ness, all of the
home; and a brother,
of Baltimore, Md.
Servic fc were lield Tuesday at!
2 p. m. in the chapel of Holcombe I
Brothers Funeral Home of Bur
Thd Rev. Charlie Miller officia
ted and burial was in Baiiley
John- Ogl'H, 78, retired farmer,
and carpenter of Pensacola, died
Friday at the home of a daugh
ter, Mrs. Gresham McPeters, af
ter a long illness.
| He was a lifelong resident of
Surviving besides the daughter,
are the widow, Mrs. Lizzie G.
Ogle;, five I sons, Cannon of Burns
ville Rt. 5, and William, Alfred,
Clarence/ and John Ogle Jr., all
of Swannanoa; a sister, Mrs. Cas i
Prcsnell at Burnsville, 19 grand-'
children and 21 great-grandchild
Services were held at 2 p. m.
Sunday in Pensacola Freel -Will
The Rev. Floyd Gray and the
Rev. Milton Hollifield officiated
and burial was -in Bee Branch
Cemetery. Pallb;ferers were Billy,
Harold and Muriel Ogle, Samuel
McPet.fea, Charles Kitchen and
MRS. HANNAH ROBINSON
Mrs. Hannah Westall Robinson,
89; died in a Valdeset hospital
Friday after a long illness.
She was a native of Yancey
County and had lived in Morgan
ton for the! past 11 years.
Surviving are two" daughters,
Mrs. Georgia Silver* ©f Burns
ville and Miss Margaret Robin
son of Morganton; two sons,
Fred W. Robinson of Burnsville
Rt. 5 and Jamcli of Bishop, Tex.;
a sister, Mrs. Robert Burgin'of
Burnsville Rt. 5; a brother Arthur |
Wes/tall of Bryson City; nine
grandchildren and sevefe great
Services were < held at 2:30
p. m. Sunday in the Celo Metho
The Rcfe. Thomas Rutledge, the
Rev, John E. Powers and the
Rev. Sam A. Ivey officiated and
burial was in Autrey CJmeftery.
Pallbearers were Claude and
James Robinson, Bari Burgin,
and Myran, Jay and Marshall
BURNSVILLE, N.'C.. TBLR.4 DAY, JANUARY 88, 1965
New Books On
The Human Mind
I By: Ashton Chapman
) The Yancey-Mitchell-Avery R.f-;
ional Libraries have recently ac- j
( qoisitioned a number of important
books making varied approaches
’ to the phenomena of the human j
I mind, and related volum.k, which (
shovlld be of wide interest. The,
titles include'; _ j
DISCOVERING OURSELVES, |
Edward A. Stitcker. A view of
’ j the human mind and how it
, ! works.
) BASIC PSYCHIATRY, Edward
A. Streckto. The story of science’s
progress in the study and treat
‘ ment of the mind at odds with
its. If and the world.
ACTION FOR MENTAL HEAL
TH. This is the final report, made
, in 1961, by the Joint Commiseloii
on Mental Illness and Hctolth.
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE
WORLD, W. Cdemenf Stone and
Norma Lee Browning. The two
authors combine forces to explore
, the fascinating, often controver
sial world of mind phenomena.
DEATH AND REBIRTH OF
PSYCHOLOGY, Ira Progoff. Ail
intergative evaluation of Freud,
Adl.k, Jung and Rank and the im
pact of their culminating in
sights on modern .attitudes to
ward mental illness and brtalth.
FIVE IDEAS THAT CHANGE
j THE WORLD, Barbara Ward. The
| author traces the history of the
th ory and practice of national
ism and reveals its potentialities
for good ond evil and shows it
changes and is chang kl by the
other four basic ideas that change
the world (industrialism, colon
ialism. - ■■irimiiiii imu -wrwrrimernat-|
I (ohalism). '
j THE EINSTEIN THEORY OF
| RELATIVITY, Lillian Rosanoff
LA. lier. A trip Into the _ fourth
THE DIVERSITY OF MAN,
Robin Clarke. The whole book is
an indication of how the science
of anthropology and biology are
contributing to the deeper under
standing of the world’s most im
portant creature—man himself.
THE DIVINE MILLIEU, Pierre
Teilhard d e Chardin. A sriquel to
ths author’s THE PHENOMEN
ON OF MAN; a profound new
i of humanity’s role In the
THE IMPORTANCE OF UN
DERSTANDING, Lin Yutang. In
this unusual book Dr. Lin Yutang
has distill'kl the essence of life
as understood and obsrved by
j the Chinese through the ages.
I These recently acqulsicioned vol
usem as well as others in the
same or related fields which
were already owned by the Tri-
County Regional Librarrife, may
be obtained through the public
libraries in Burnsville, Sprue:'
Pine, Bakersville or Newland, or
through a driver or any of the
bookmobiles operated by the re
Meets With |
L ■“ v
The Burnsville Garden club
met Friday, Jan. 22, at the home
pf Mrs. D. R. Pouts.
Mrs. Troy Ray. program leader,
introduced Mre^—Mack —B. Ray
jvho gave an account of her and
her family’s trip to Alaska. Mrs.
Ray showed color slides of beau
tiful and unusual views of several
states, Canada and Alaska,! and
gave interesting information con-
I perning each picture L
Mrs. Fred Proffitt, first vice
j president, pi\feided at -the busi |
| ness meeting. It was reported that I
j (S6O) sixty dollars had b;ten
. paid on the monument restoration
' debt since the last m: feting. At
tention was called to the fact
jjthat the Summit strict sign on]
Parnell Hill needed to be replaced. I
I I During die social hour, th:l
1 hostess served a dessert course. I
Oufets of ths club ware Mrs. Al
lan Honeycutt, Mrs. Hansom Brl-j
I tera, and Mrs. Mack B. Ray.
“it’s Cold In
Thom Thor Hills!
The East Yancey Drama Class
under the direction of Mrs. Eli
zabeth West-all will present a
one-adt play at the East Yancey
Parent-Teacher Association meet
ing on Monday, February l at
7:30 p. m.
The title of the play is “It's
Cold In Them Thar Hills.”
There are twenty eight stu
dents in the drama class. Twelve
students are characters in the
play with the other students work
ing as stage hands. Ricky Bacon
will be tudent director and Basil
McDougald stage manager. The
characters are: Sharon Hopson,!
Johnny Geouge, Ramona Pen- 1
land, Margaret Riddle, Bunny
Bennett, Amelia Penland, Shelia
Turbyfill, Hazel Hughes, Melody
Howell, Vincent McMahan, Den
nis" Pate and John Fortner.
Mr. and Mrs.
Berry Duck Will
ASHEVILLE—A Yancey County
native and her husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Berry Duck, will celebrate
their golden wedding anniver
sary here Sunday (Jan. 31).
Open housd will be held at the
Ducks’ new home at Route v 4
(Erwin area), Asheville from 2
until 5 p. m. Relativ:fe and ' fri
ends are invited.
The former Vertie Maney of
the Indian Creek section of Yan
cey County and W. Berry Duck
were married on a mountain top j
at the Madison-Yancey line the I
last day of January in 1915. jS'nce
*ttrr Viav* -itrail both MtKPftm 1
County and Asheville. j
. For many years Mr. Duck tau-'
ght school and was a principal.',
Then he work kl for 30 years as
a letter carrier for the Asheville
post effle:! until his retirement
several years ago.
The couple have six children—
including Dr. Otis Duck and
Mrs. Lo-s Randolph of \ Mars
Hill—and 17 grandchildren.
-* Gov. Dan K. Moore
lOpMi . mß'* . -
Rep. Joe E. Kagles
Governor Dan K. Moore. How ard Pyle. President of the Nat
'onal Safety Council, and several stat < and national safety leaden
dressed a statewide women’s traffic safety seminar in Rakftgh
on January 28th.'
former governor of Arizona, delivered the main address.
Mrs. B. V. Todd, Director of the Women’s Division of the Automo
tive Safety Foundation talked on womanpower for traffic safety. :
M. R. Darlington, Jr., Managing Director of the Auto Indus
tnes Highway Safety Committee, Inc. disoussed mechanical failure
in traffic aeddents.
Representative Joe S. Eagles of Edgecombe County talked on
s he lawmaker and traffic safety, and Mrs. H. Jaok Sharpe, Jr., the
Safety Council’s Women’s Field Representative disoussed the oit
ta«n and traffte safety- " . '
• - -
Price Per Cepy Five . Cftk
Bleodoioblle To Be At
Armory February 4
. .This Thursday (February 4th)
■ lie BLOpDMOBiLE will be al
jkhe Armory from 12:30 PM until
, j 6:CO PM.
■ i This community effort is'
■ lomethng that benefits everyone.
► j- .
j Dan Moore
Daily, North Carolina loses
many of her citizens, in the 1
primt) of their lives, because of
heart and blood vessel disease.
This Red Plague, as heart dis
ease has been called, kills 13
times as many Tar Heels each
year as do automobile accidents,
four times as many as does can
cer. More than two million liv
ing Tar Heels face the evvtotua
lity of falling victim to this
Red Plague—unless wn stop its
The continuing progress being
male at heart Use arch centers
at Bowman Gray, the University
of North Carolina, and Duke,!
with the support of Heart Fund
dollars, offers hope) for all Tar
Heel hearts. The work of the
North Carolina Heart Association
in research, community service,
physic's)) education and commun
ity health education is worthy
of the interest and support of all,
I North Carolinians from Wancheseij
I As a former Heart Fund chair-
Lunuw in Haywood County and m
-Governor off this State, I salute
j the North Carolina H.iart As-
I sociation’s “Hope for Hearts”
i cruade and the 1965 Heart Fund
I urge all North Carolinians to
support it, and work for 'it, and to
be thankful for it.
I declare the month of February
1965 Heart Month in North Caro
lina. I recommend to all North
Carolinians that they redouble
their year-round concern for the
fight against the heart and blood
vessel (.lascaeee, our States’ lead
ing disabler and killer.
| K*- , ,< v - v.. '. • > i :
’ ' —■’
Mrs. B. V. Todd ;
31. 11. Darlington, Jr.
1 Jfeid it is something that almost
! everyone over years of
1 age can have a part in. Unmar-
Ir ed young people between the
1 ages of 18 and 21 must have a
. written parental consent before
th y will be accepted to make a
Every person offering to give
blood is given a medical check-up
before he or she is accept, ki. The
doctor or nurse on duty checks
the donors blood pressure, pulse!,
tesaperature, and hemogoblin, as
; well as asking many questlors
1 concerning prior illnesses. No
on” is accepted unless he meets “
the necessary requirements.
The Yancey County quota has
been raised from 400 to 450 pints
per fiscal year, making it necess- e
ary for us to collect 113 pints at
each of the four BLOODMOBILE
visits. Each resident of the coun. .
ty should feel it is his rebponsi
b lity to help, make this quota,
and not leave it up to those who
live in Burnsville! town limits
All five doctors in Yanc y
County contribute their services
I without pay to work with the
Red Cross personn I. A Register
ed Nurse from our county also
serves .Without charge each time
the mobile unit is here. The
Gray Lad es and other volunteer
work'Ts gladiy give their time to
help the paid staff. The Home
Demonstration Clubs, church and
ij civic groups give and prepare
• the necessary Hems used in the
, Canteen, as well p s being there to
serve. This is only a partial list
of volunteers from Yancey Coun
ty who hlp year in and year
out to see that blood will be avail
able for those who need it.
EVvtette Dillingham, the new
Blood Chairman, urges the other „
citizens -of the county (to turn
out en mass:! Thursday and “vol
unteer” their blood for the life
of Yancey County.
One Act Play
Several MYF seniors of tfg
gtas Memorial Methodist Church
wfll present an anti-communist
one act play at the church on
Thursday, February 4 at 8:00
The title of the drama is “Fear
Is A Murderer”, and members
of the cast are Cheryl Roberts,
Claudette Cooper, Lynn English
and Bunny Bcnm.it.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Y. Sargent,
Mr. and Mrs. George King. Mr.
and Mrs.. Keith Phillips, Mrs.
Jamies Bingham and h.fe aunt,
Mrs. Pauline Barker, Mrs. Mil
dred Lake, Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Fall and Mrs. 'William F. Grass
muck returned from-ji four-day
cruisjl to Nassau last Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. Sargent lave .Jt - -
turned to their home here! after
visiting Mrs. Grassfuck in Miami
since January 6. Dr. and Mrs.
Fall are the gu.wts of Mrs.
Grassmuck now. :
Dr. and Mrs. Sargent and Dr.
and Mrs. Fall attended services
at tb?/ FTst Presbyterian Church
in Miami on Sunday. They were
gueits of and Mrs. E. F,
P. Brigham who have a summ r
ifiac# in the county. They heard
Dr. Henry Dalberg, pastor,
pr fcch. Dr. Dalberg was a stu
dent at Hlrtm College in Ohio
when Dr. Fall was president of
the colkke. Dr. and Mrs, Fall
wilt visit Mrs. Grassmuck for
several days before returning to
thdr tiorrvj here. Mr. and Mr*.
Brigham. Mr. and Mrs.*King, and
Mrs. Grasmuct will . return to
Burnsville, where they have eum-