North Carolina Newspapers

    Quick Orange
Cake
The following recipe was con
tributed by Mrs. Annie Bennett
of Nu-Wray Inn:
QUICK ORANGE CAKE
1 package yellow cake mix
1 package instant lemon pudding
mix (granular type with
out flavor capsule)
% cup salad oil
% cup water
4 Eggs
Mix water with cake mix. Add
oil, pudding mix and eggs, one
at a time Beat two or three
minutes.
Pour into a greased and flour
ed 10 inch tube pan. Put the
cake into a cold oven. This is
very important.
Turn on the oven to 325 de
grees and bake for 1 hour.
Glaze
2 cups confectioners sugar
1 small can frozen orange Juice
(thawed and undiluted)
Mix sugar and orange juice to
gether. Pour over the top of cake
before turning it out. Pour the
remainder on the sides and top
until it is all absorbed.
BELTON E
HEARING AID
COUNSEL
To Hold FREE Hearing Aid
Consultation and Service
Center
Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 26 1967
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Mt. Mitchel Motel
Burnsville, N.C.
Don’t miss this opportunity to
see ond try the newest and
finest
Beltone Hearing Aids
VO-5 Shampoo
Regular For Dry Hair
Reg. $1.89 Now 97*
Paladac Liquid Vitamins
Pint
Reg. $3.98 Now $2.98
ALL SI.OO JEWELRY
REDUCED TO 63*
POLLARDS DRUG STORE
BURNSVILLE, N. C.
THURSDAY. SEPT. 21. 1967
Lower Jacks
Creek News
Most of the farmers in this
section have their tobacco in
their barns.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Honey
cutt from Tennessee were visit
ing friends at Lower Jacks
Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Juanita Tipton Hall ar
rived in Honolulu, Hawaii Thurs
day, the 14th, to spend a week
with her husband, SP 4, Lloyd
Hall, who is stationed in Viet
Nam. After a week together
Hall will return to Viet Nam,
while Mrs. Hall will return -
home.
Robert Whitson and Howard
Buchanan are in Baltimore this
week on a tire buying trip.
Mrs. Rosetta Whitson of Eli
zabethtcn, Tenn., is home for a
vacation.
Roy M. Davidson
7 Biltmore Ave.
Asheville, N.C.
Ph. 252-1354
Center Under
Contract
RALEIGH Contracts for the
construction of an alcoholic re
habilitation center at Black
Mountain were awarded to low
bidders today, according to Ben
Aiken, general business mana
ger of the North Carolina De
partment of Mental Health.
The contracts and low bidders
were: general contract, Z. B.
Robinson Construction Company.
Inc.; extract, A. W.
Jones i*him£liig Company; heat
ing and A-C contract, R. & W.,
Inc., all of Asheville; and food
equipment contract. Food Equip
ment Company, Raleigh.
The center at Black Mountain
will serve citizens of western
North Carolina, and is part of a
building program authorized by
the 1965 North Carolina General
Assembly which included a cen
ter for eastern North Carolina
and remodeling of the existing
Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center
at Butner.
Bids which have been receiv
ed on the center at Butner ex
ceeded appropriated funds. Re
study of the Butner plans is un
derway in an effort to bring the
cost within available funds. The
proposed new center for east
ern N. C. at Greenville should
be put out for bids within the
next two to three weeks, Aiken
said.
Final Square
Dance
The final square dance of the
season will be held at Geneva
Hall, Little Switzerland, Satur
day night, September 23. Dan
cing will get underway at the
usual time of 8:30 p. m. This
has been one of the most success
ful seasons in the history of thfe
popular event, which has been
held annually for almost 40 years
The dances are sponsored by
the Little Switzerland Commun
ity Association, Inc., as a means
of raising money for community
projects. Music for the dances is
furnished by THE STONY
MOUNTAIN BOYS, a widely
known local Bluegrass group.
Both the Association and the
band would like to take this op
portunity to express sincere
thanks for the wonderful attend
ance at the Hall this year, and
they are looking forward to an
even bigger summer next year.
Ben Gay Penitrating
Lotion Rub
Reg. $2.29 Now $1.89
Tender Touch Bath Oil
Reg. $1.50 Now $1.19
Tender Touch Bath Oil
Reg. $2.50 Now $1.99
THE YANCEY RECORD
Institute Offers
New Program
SANFORD Central Carolina
Technical Institute is trffprfng
for the first time this year, an
educational program agricul
tural research technology
which is not duplicated any,
where in North Carolina.
The program is not only uni
que in the State, but it is the
only known one of its kind in
the nation.
The two-year curriculum Is
designed to prepare students for
entry into the rapidly growing
field of agricultural research.
George I. Resseguie, director
of adult education at the tech
nical institute, says, “Agricul
tural research will be a domi
nant factor in the continued de
velopment of the agricultural in
dustry in North Carolina. The
trend toards larger farming op
erations, greater automation and
the development of new pro
ducts, materials, methods and
equipment will make skilled tech
nicians a necessity for success
ful agricultural development."
It is now the plan for the stud
ents to work at North Carolina
State University during the sum
mer months between the two
years of study where they may
gain experience that wQI be val
nable in their future careers.
When a student completes the
agricultural research technology
program, he should be qualified
to find employment with state
and federal experiment stations
and farms; research colters of
pharmaceutical, fertilizer and
chemical companies; large
farms and sales and service or
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
YANCEY COUNTY
Having qualified as Adminis
trator of the Estate of Erskine
Miller, deceased, late of Yancey
County, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the
Decedent to exhibit the same to
the undersigned Administrator
at his home at Burnsville, N. C.,
on or before the 21st day of
March, 1968, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their re
covery.
All persons owing the Estate
win please make immediate pay
ment.
This 18th day of Sept. 1967.
Charlie H. Miller, Administra
tor of the Estate of Erskine
Miller, Deceased.
Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12
SAFETY-MINDED PUBLIC
OFFICIALS PUSH NEW CODE
standard
Imsmm-
Performance
Specifications v
nnd
Method* of Test % ‘ * .
for
Transparent
Safety Glacing
Material fig/;. f|&: : : ’ ’
Used in Buildings
State and municipal build
ing code authorities are get
ting behind a new model code
which tells how thick and
strong safety glass should be
when used in glass doors and
panels in private homes and
commercial structures.
Sponsored by the National
Safety Council, the code has
been accepted as a standard
by the United States of Amer
ica Standards Institute.
Local public officials are
especially interested in the
safety recommendations con
tained in the new code. A
patio door made of safety
glass will stand up to some
pretty rough knocks. But
even if it does break under
tremendous impact, tempered
safety glass simply crumbles
into many small fragments
without sharp cutting edges.
Building officials and other
interested regulatory officials
may obtain a copy of the new
safety glass standard by writ
ing to U.S.A. Standards In
stitute at 10 East 40th St.,
New York, N. Y. 10016.
Checking in at a hotel or
motel is a custom that has
carried over from the old
“Guest-book” days of the
early inns. Newlyweds and
honeymooners often feel un
certain about check-in pro
cedures and bring their mar
riage certificate along to show
the desk clerk—forgetting that
the wife’s wedding ring is a
symbol to the world!
A
Listerine
Quart Size
Reg. $1.98
Now $1.49
Sargents Sentry
Collars For Dogs
Reg. $1.98
Now $1.49
    

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