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5 THE YANCEY JOURNAL
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A long dress with matching hot pants of navy blue and white
batiste body and red sash.
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FREE GIFT
FOR EVERYONE
REGISTER FOR DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY APRIL 29th AT 5:00 I
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APRIL 27, 1972
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New Wardrobe Contributed For Miss Mayland
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The Jaycettes would like
to express their appreciation
to the following merchants in
Burnsville: Anglin 8 West all
Department Store, K 'n L
Fashions, Ginny Lisa Shoppe,
Town 8 Country Shoe Store,
Jan's Grapevine and Thread ,
8 Needle Fahric Shoppe. ’<
These merchants have each
donated an outfit to Melissa
Thomas, Miss Mayland, to
wear in the Miss North Caro- * »
lina Pageant this June 11th
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A white textured polyeste r pant suit with the very
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through 17th. The outfits are
being modeled by Melissa in
this week's edition of the Yan
cey Journal and these are just
a few of the many beautiful
outfits that these merchants
have to offer this year. As
you can see, the styles are
prettier every year and our
local stores have the latest up
„ to-date fashions to offer. And
for those of you who sew,The
Thread 8 Needle Fabric Shop
has the latest fabrics and aims.
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A red polyester sailor dress trimmed with white piping
with a navy tie added for contrast.
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A long hostess skirt, in a very
colorful flowered fabric.
    

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