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    GLEN RAVEN TO CELEBRATE TWO MILLION MAN HOURS WORKED
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Officers Fire and Safety Brigade, (1. to r.) Donald Young,
Frank Phillips, Hoyt Bennett.
Children’s Activities, (front* 1. to r.) J. T. Blalock, Harold Har
ris, (Back 1. to r.) Gene Woody. Join Duncan, Ned Wilson.
Safgo Committee, (1. to r.) Lois Metcalf, Martha Wells, Violea
Carroll. Billie Byrd.
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Balloon Committee, <l. to r.) Brooks Bcone, Luther Wells,
Charles Black.
THE YANCEY RECORD
WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT
June 10, 1967 was a very sig
nificant day for the employees
of Glen Raven Mills in Burns
ville. It was on this day they
reached their goal of two mill
ion (2,000,000) man hours work
ed without a lost-time accident.
This record has been accumu
lating since November 1962
when the last lost-time accident
occurred.
In celebration of this accom
plishment Glen Raven employees
and their families will have ah
old-fashioned picnic at the East
Yancey High School on July 30,
1967. The affair will begin at
3:00 p. m. and a meal will be
served at 5:30 p. m.
Many activities have been
scheduled for the afternoon.
IF THE HEAT IS
KILLING YOU -
Why Not Come In And
Talk Over Prospects Tor
Putting Insulation In
Your Home I
Aim i Psrhgps Adding New
Sinn Dnrs And Wlndnws I
T$ Gin Prep*r Vntilatlon l
.... These Aids To Summer Comfort Not Only
Add To The Relief You Recoive During Hot
Days... They'll Oive You Addod Protection
Whon Winter Winds Slow I Combination
Screens And Deors Add Dollars And Colmfort
To The Living In Any Home I
OTHER WAYS TO (RING YOUR HOME
UP-TO-DATE I
Make Noeded
Repairs
Add A Bathroom
Enclose Your Porch
Paint Your Homo
SK US FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS
B. B. PENLAND & SON CO.
Burnsville, N. C.
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There will be softball under the
supervision of Dennis Fox, Har
rison Bennett and Kenneth
Gibbs; a Safego game handled
bv Lois Metcalf, Martha Wells
Violet Carroll and Billie Byrd;
horseshoes with Leroy Bishop,
Robert Thomas and Roger Boone
as score keepers; children’s
games supervised by Gene
Woody, Ned Wilson, John Will
Duncan, J. T. Blalock and Har
old Harris for the bovs; and
Mary Curtis, Peegy Wilson and
Janette Byrd for the girls. There
will be helium fi"ed balloons
with Luther Wells, Brooks
Boone and Charles Black provid
ing the helium.
The Fire and Safety Brigade
has contributed much to make
THURSDAY, JULY V. 1967
Glen Raven a safe place to work.
Each of these men holds a
card from die American Red
Cross in First Aid, and has un
dergone instruction in fire fight
ing, safetv and first aid provided
by the North Carolina Industrial
Commission. These men are:
Donald Young, Chief; Hoyt Ben
nett. Assistant Chief; Frank
Phillips, Secretary: Champ Mc-
Mahan, Gradv Melton, Jeter
Parker, Burgin Silver, Jack
Gillespie, Rav Bodford, Tommy
Gibbs, Donald J. Owens, Edgar
Anvel, Cieophus Gilbert, Oscar
Stvies, John Black, and Frank
Allen. Their contributions have
been of great value in achieving
the safety record.
Modernize Your
Kitchen
Build A Garage
Add A Porch
    

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