North Carolina Newspapers

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SCOUT LEADERS HONORED AT
ASHEVILLE MEETING
Mrs. P. C. Coletta of Bur
nsville was one of three
women to be presented the
Thanks Badge, highest aw
ard in Girl Scouting, which
was made at the annual
meeting of the Pisgah Girl
Scout Council Tuesday in
the Gold Room of the Bat
tery Park Hotel.
The other two badges were
presented to Mrs. Ralph Mc-
Intosh of Leicester and Mrs.
Lawson Tate of Banner Elk.
The awards were presented,
to the three women for their
service to Girl Scouting.
Ray Killian of Charlotte
addressed the Girl Scout ad
ults from the 16 Western
North Carolina counties. He
expressed appreciation for
ithe uncounted hours of vol
unteer work so freely given
by the mothers and friends of
Girl Scouts. He commended
them for the qualities of
leadership and perception of
human nature.
New officers and members
of the Board of Directors of
Pisgah Girl Scout Council
were elected, and the Coun
cil budget for 1966 was sub
mitted and anproved.
Mrs. W. A. Y. Sargent was
elected to the board of dir
ectors for a three-year term.
She was also awarded a cer
tificate Os aopreciation for
her work with Scouts.
Pins, certificates and
plaques were awarded to in
dividuals throughout the
THE YANCEY RECORD
Dedicated To The Progress Os Yancey County
Burnsville, N.C.
sixteen-county area. Among
these receiving pins was
Mrs. Amey Pox of Burnsville
who was awarded a Friend
shlD Pin.
Those attending the lun
cheon from. Burnsville were
Mrs. Don Burhoe, Neighbor
hood Chairman; Mrs. W. A.
Y. Sargent, Mrs. Helton Car
michael and Mrs. P. C.
Coletta.
Ministers
In County
Organize
The Yancey County Min
isterial Group hqld an organ
izational meeting at the Blue
Ridge Cafeteria Tuesday at
11:30 a. m. The group of
ministers voted to form an
organization which will/tneet
monthly on the fourth Tues
day at 11:30 a. m.
Officers elected for the
ministerial organization were
Rev. Joe Warner, convener;
Mrs. Tillie Brooks, secretary;
Rev. A. Z. Jamerson, treas
urer.
Other Ministers present
for the meeting were Rey.
Harold McDonald, Rev. Fred
Harrell, Miss Laura Mae
Hilliard, Rev. John Powers,
and Rev. Woodward Finley.
Father Paul Ackerman will
be responsible for the next
Thursday, January 27, 1966
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Virgil Styles
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Since the group formed a
county-wide organization, all
ministers of the county are
Invited to Join.
Sewage Disposal Plant In
Operation, Tell Hiked
The New Burnsville sew
age disposal plant, costing
approximately $300,000, has
been placed In operation,
thus ending a long history
of offensive and s unhealthy
pollution cf Pine,_ Swamp
Branch and Little Crabtree
Creek.
With the town’s water
bills, which will be mailed
out the first of February, the
citizens of Burnsville receive —
the unhappy news that the
improvement must be paid
for. At Its regular January
meeting the Town Board
passed an ordinance apply
ing a sewer service charge of
one third of the water bill.
This charge, mhich will be
shown separately on the
bills, will not be applied to
those water customers who
are not connected to the
town’s sewer system.
The sewer service charge
of one-third of* the water
bill, is lest; than the charge
applied in most other towns
that have recently bui |;-
sewage dispdSal systems.
Both Spruce Pine and Hen
dersonville. for example,
have applied sewer charges
amounting to half of the
water bill.
TWO LOCAL BOYS APPOINTED
FOR AF ACADEMY EXAM
Two Yancey County boys
received the following letter
one day this week:
“I am happy to advise you
that I have nominated you
for competitive appointment
to the United Air Force Aca
demy.
“You and five other young
men from my Congressional
District will be competing
for one appointment. For
this reason, may I personally
urge you to attain the best
possible score on the exami
nation. It is my understand
ing they will be administer
ed in March. The Academy
will notify you directly con
cerning the exact date and
place.
“Congratulations on your
selection, and best wishes for
a high qualifying mark on
the examination.'
Sincerely*
Roy A Taylor, M. C.”
The two East Yancey High
School seniors receiving the
above letters are Thomas/R.
Young, son of Rev. and/Mrs.
Ralph Young of Burnsville;
and Virgil Styles, son/of Mr.
and Mrs Morris Styles, also
of Burnsville. The Doys are
second cousins.
Both Thomas and Young
have made outstanding
Numbur Twenty Two
The new sewage plant Is
costing approximately $300.-
000, fifty five per. cent of
which Is being borne by a
Federal grant. The balance
is being financed through
the sale of the Town’s bonds
to the Federal Housing and
Home Finance Agency.
When the town applied for
the Federal grant and loan,
the Town Board agreed to
lmpose~ u~ sewer service char
ge sufficient to cpver the
costs of operation as well as
to provide for the repayment
of the loan. In short, the
town has no alternative to
the application of the sewer
service charge.
According to Maydt Bob
Helmle, Burnsville is fortu
nate In that the plant has
cost less than originally es
timated. The bond election
authorizing the town to bor
row its share ot the cost,
was for a bond issue of $175,.
000. Actually, when bids were
received from contractors, it
was found that $145,000
would suffice. Now It ap
pears that further savings
below estimates will permit
the Immediate repayment of
about SIO,OOO of the $145,000
bond Issue.
grades in high school. Their
averages for the four year
period to date is 97.
Only one boy from Rep.
Taylor’s district will receive
an appointment to the Air
Force Academy. As the
above letter indicates, six
have been nominated for the
examination by Reo. Taylor.
It is gratifying to have two
Yancey County boys out of
six for the district to receive
nomination for apoointment,
whoro fho V'n-«s is on schol
astic knowledge.
F.D. Supper
Postponed
The Newdale Fire Depart
ment is having a difficult
time with scheduling its an
nounced fish supper. The
supper was first scheduled
for January 22 at Mlcaville
School, but because of the
snow the date of January 29
was set. Snow continued to
fall.
The supper has now been
postponed until further no
tice. However, the gosoel
singing scheduled for Satur
day night, the 29, will be
held as scheduled at the
Mlcaville Elementary School
The time I 3 7:30 p. m m
    

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