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APRIL 27, 1972
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Bluegrass Plans Made
Plans have been completed,
for a second Bluegrass Festival,
to be held Friday
June 23, 24 at the Mountain
Wilderness Park in the Pensa
cola Community.
This festival, which was
held for the first time last >ear
to raise money for a Volunteer
Fire Department for Pensacola,
is well on its way to becomirg
an annual event.
Appearing will be several
well- known Bluegrass a r t i st&
Jim and Jesse and the Virginia
Boys with special guest Carol
Johnson will perform Saturday
at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Appearing both Friday and
Saturday will be two winning
groups from last year's band
contest—Ralph Lewis and the
Piney Mountain Boys from Ashe
ville and Jennie Vance and the
Linville River Boys from Cross
Letter To The Editor
To Whom It May Concerns
We, the undersigned citizens of Yancey County wish to
express our appreciation far that which Ed and Carolyn Yu
ziuk have done for The Yancey Record. We esteem them
for the stand they have taken on moral issues; for their
cooperation with the ministers and churches of this county;
for making The Record a paper that we, the readers, can
be proud of having in our county.
Tony Miller Linda Miller Mildred Renfro
Lloyd Renfro Ruby Ward Anne Ogle
Ruth Ogle Venita Miller Deyton Coy Ward
Mr and Mrs. Warren Deyton Fletcher Bryant
Stanley Deyton Harold Blevins Charles Bryant
Kathleen Penland Mrs. Lilly Bryant Mdge Bryant
Charlie Bryant Mary Ruth Blevins Belle Deyton
Burdette Deyton Lonz Ogle Helen England
nore, N. C. Also appearing on
both days will be one of Geor
gia's finest bluegrass bands,
Roy Fowler and the Blue Ridge
Gentlemen.
Advance tickets are now on
sale and may be purchased
from Frank Hensley at Mt.
Mitchell Industries, WKYK
Radio Station, or from any
member of the Pensacola Vol
unteer Fire Department.
Tickets ares Friday, 8 p.m.
51.50 in advance or $2,00
at the gate; Saturday, 2 p.m.
--$2.50 in advance or $3,00
at the gate; Saturday, 8 p.m,
53.00 in advance or $3.50
at the gate. All proceeds will
go to the Pensacola Volunteer
Fire Department.
Planners say the Festival will
be held, rain or shine. So be
gin planning now to attend!
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Central Barbershop Moves
Arthur Lelterman and Howard Whitson of Central Barbershop recently moved to the
Burnsville Plaza Shopping Center from their location on the square. The new shop
has three chairs, modern equipment and lighting, and a .special "hair vacuum". Cen
tral Barbershop will be open Monday thrrugh Saturday from 7:00 to 5:30.
Ranger Columm
By John Mclain
The camping and picnick
ing season is here again. Mill
ions of people all over the
country are breaking our their
fishing tackle, sleeping bags
and tents in preparation for a
visit to the great out- of doors.
The National Forests are
busily preparing for this annial
migration, that is expected to -
be in record numbers again
this year. Buildings have to
be repaired, water lines have
to be checked, fallen trees
and hazardous limbs have to
be removed and many other
tasks have to be performed be
fore recreation areas can be
opened.
According to Del Thorsen,
Forest Supervisor, all 58 Na
tional Forest Recreation Areas
in North Carolina will be open
by May 26. Some areas will
be open sooner depending on
climate, use and other varia
bles. In our local area,Black
Mountain Campground and
Carolina Hemlock each have
one loop opened. The remain
ing loops will be open by May
26. The road to Roan Moun
tain is now open during fair
ifr
weather and toilet’facilities
will be opened May 15.
A fee will be charged for
use of the twelve more highly
developed areas which offer
more facilities far the Forest
visitor. The current change
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The Carrot Seed, written'
by Ruth Krauss with pictures
by Crockett Johnson, and The
Tiny Seed, written and illus
trated by Eric Carle,were read
by Miss Theresa Coletta to
45 'little people" this past
Monday and Tuesday at the
CHILDREN'S HOUR program
in the Yancey County Public
Library. Miss Coletta follow
ed these two stories with a
flower planting activity for
the. children. TheCHILDREN's
HOUR concluded with the poem
"Baby Seed Song" by Edith
Nesbit, arid the children's film
Jack And The Beanstalk.
These children attending
the CHILDREN'S HOUR were
Randy Byid, Denita Duncan,
Kathy Fox, Stuart Hensley,
Valerie Kampf, Greta Me In
tosh, Lori McDonald,Heather
Nanis, Joel Storie, Joan
Styles, Stacy Styles, Ann Wes
tall, Tammy Woody, Greg
Yuzauk, Deborah Laws, Angela
Hall, Derrick McFee, Becky
Loftis, Crystal Davis, Pam Mc-
Galliaid, Sherry Vance, Greg
Barrus, Danny and Dennis Tip
ton, Amy Brown, Angie and
Shannon Wasren, Donna and
Darrell Mitchell, Lou Ann and
Steve Robinson, Billy Smith,
Cuftis Hughes, Lisa Mclntosh,
Angie Riddle, John Kegley,
Phyllis Gilbert, Jeff Honeycutt,
Chris McPeters, Joyce Shehan,
Royce Chrisawn,
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system does not include the
Golden Eagle seasonal pass
which expired December 31,
1971 and has not been reinsta
ted by. Congress to date. The
present fees arc sl. 00 a day
per family type vehicle. This ,
applies to both overnight
campers and all other vehicles.
Pedestrians or other visitorsen
tering on buses, bikes or other
conveyances will pay 50<tper
person. The permits are val
id for date of purchase only
,with checkout time at 2 p. m.
the next day. Areas where
fees are applicable are mark
ed with STOP sign and BULLE
TIN Board with self - service
purchase instructions. Black
Mountain Campground and
Carolina Hemlock Recreatiai
area arc charge areas.
Rebel Happenings
Friday, April 21, 1972, 28
students left Cane River on
the "Rebel" Activity Bus for
Asheville.
The students arrived in
Asheville about 10 a. m. The
first tour they made was thru
the Buncombe County Health
Department. The Health Edu
cators, who served as guides,
told the Science Club students
of the many functions that the
■ Health Department has to serve
I the people around them. The
Club members then adjourned
to McDonald's for lunch.
! A tour of the Asheville-Ci
tizen Times was next on the
agenda. The employees show-
I ed how news comes in by tele
type machines, how news ads
are printed and many other
interesting facts.
All the students would like
to thank Mr. Ronnie Proffitt
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Music Park Opening Set
The Mt. Mitchell Music
Park will be opening for the
summer with a big show May
28; featuring Tommy Faille
and his band from WBTV in
Charlotte and Ray Pillow from
the Grand Ole Opry in Nash
ville. There will also be a
To Visit Here
Tom L. Mallonee, 11th
Congressional District Assis -
tant to. Congressman Roy A.
Taylor, is now making sche -
duled visits to the county seats
and other sections of the coun
ties in this district.
On Tuesday, May 2, he
will be at the Yancey County
Courthouse, Burnsville, from
1:00 to 2:00 p. m. and at the
Town Hall, Spruce
3:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Any person who has plans
or official business pertaining
to Congressional matters to be
discussed, is invited to meet
with Mr. Mallonee at the
above-specified times.
Apply Now
For Pageant
The Yancey County Jay -
cees and Jaycettes are now
taking applications for the
Miss Mayland Pageant.
Girls 18 to 27 years of age
may enter.
Little Miss Mayland con
testants should be entering the
3rd grade through the sth
grade. " ----- -
Anyone wishing tp enter
should contact any Jaycee or
Jaycette or call Nancy Hoi-,
combe at 682-2822 or after
5:00 p. m. call Linda Edge at
682-6482, Jerri Storie, 682- \ 3
2858.
In the event we should \
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have more than 5 applicants
in cither category there will
be a preliminary contest.
and Mrs. Cara Cox for making ■
the trip possible.
Students who made the trip
were: John Renfro, Hon
eycutt, Tim Higgins, Verlyn *
Higgins, Warren Bailey, Etoyle . -
Robinson, Eddie Stiles, Mike >
Thomas, Marilyn Banks, Carol
Phillips, Tom Higgins, Linda |
Doan, Dennis Whitson, Ramo -
na Angel, Yvonne Gregory, '
Sara Deyton, Mike Me Curry
Tom England, Joey Byrd, Larry
Hall, Jody Cox, Mona Morrow,
John Arrowood, Marvin Hens- *
ley, James McQuade, Sandy '
Hylemon, Morris Hylemonarri ?
Bobby Adkins. -
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talent show with the prize of '
a TV appearance on the Tom- l
my Faille show and SSO cash, •
Anyone may enter this contest r
by calling 675-4437 for details.;
Singers, musicians or groups
are especially invited to enter, ■
as this is a good chance for ;
exposure on a very good TV
show.
There will be shows at 2
o'clock and 8 o'clock. Tickets
will soon be on sale at sever- ;
al places, and they will also ■;
be available at the gate.
The park lias been rebuilt
since last season with plenty of *
comfortable seats, a new con-;
cession stand and picnic tabid. ‘
The park is located off Hwy. »
80, near the Carolina Hem - \
lock Campground about 1 mi. 5
on White Oak Road.. Just i
watch for the big sign. *
Freezons is for corns that hurt
Absolutely painless. No dangerous cutting, *
no ugly pads or plasters. In days, Freezont {
eases the hurt...safely helps ease off the J
corn. Drop on Freezone—take off corns. /
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