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    THE YANCEY JOURNAL SEPTEMBER 23, 19?6
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cattail creek mountain farm
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a residential qommunity
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individually Designed Rustic Homes
$15,000 to $30,000
and for the enjoyment of owners and guests: Trout
> Pond, Garden Plots, Mountain Trails, 1800 feet of
Creekfront, Deep Well Systems,. Maintained
Private Road, 3,200 foot Elevation witlyopen view of
surrounding 6,600 foot mountains.,
* AVAILABLE NOW \ J
J \ Three New Vacation Homes: a.
£ $16,900--$19,000-$20.600 *
A ★★★ ★ ★★ ★★★A'A-aJ
TV ANTENNA CABLE AVAILABLE
; I rum Burnsvifh; Kt. 197 S. to Pensacola and
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Ralph D. Priesmeyer
Developer-Designer-Builder - —-
704-689-3627
HUNTER’S PARADISE-155 Aeres-Joins National
Forest and Game Reserve-1 Miles of River
l'ront-2 Bedroom CBS House—sloo,ooo.oo-29%
l)uxxn
171 ACRES-Head of a Valiev--Both Tractor and
Timber Land-Some Buildings-585,000.00
SPIVEY MOUNTAIN & TOMLIN CREEK 36
Acres, NyarGame Frame House and
block started. Springs, garden site,
Picturesque Views, $18,500. *
WOLF LAUREL/BIG BALD MOUNTAIN, 2 BR,
Redwood, maintenance free Cottage, overlooking
Golf Course, $32,000.
Homesites- Vs to 1 acre, Views and Streams,
$5,000 and up.
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SMALL DOWN AND EASY FINANCING
CALL US FOR YOUR PROPERTY NEE^)S.
11l MJLir-f ROMTV
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LOCATED NFAR wolf tAtTFFf GAIL
MARS Hill NORTH CAROLINA 28754
; 7 041689-1627
J-0 R VIEWS OF MT. MITCHELL and surrounding peaks-iocated 'A mile off
Paved State Road 14.5 A beautiful mtn. tract with a rustic cabin for camping
and temporary living. Two springs on tract. Approximately 15 nice young
‘ hiS ‘ raCt ’ a,S ° good >oung t,mber - This unit can be purchased
tor SIO.OOO-suttabie owner financing available '/« down-ALSO adjoining this
tract Is 48.83 Acres beautiful mtn. land with excellent view. Several springs
on this tract, approx. ‘A open land, 3 A woodland. S6OO per acre, owner
financing can be arranged.
If looking for the ideal small mountain tract of 20 acres, This is it! All wooded
nice young mixed timber, joined by N.C. wildlife lands on tWo'hides. Has a
large trout stream flowing swiftly along one side of the property, iith roaring
waterfalls, a hiking and riding trail already onV corner of the
property toward Mt. Mitchell-good hunting land%WU***«£,t mountain
views. /« mile from State Maintained Rd. with legal road ifccess by deed. Has
springs on tract for water supply . Located two miles from Caroling Hemlock
3 miles from Mt. Mitchell Golf Course, For first class all dhe way-check this
property for a permanent home site or for the elite summer home with
everything that Western North Carolina has tikoffer-Jemlv sloped-with
Exquisite 50 Acre Tract with 2 story, 4 bedroom Country Estate located alono
C-nc R.ver with frontage and . roaring water faH
Sleeping a real treasure. Leads to top of Mountain. Ideal yeE rounding
gr,v„y water system, ho. air heat, fireplace. Excelien,
property .several springs. tobacco base and b»n, two stor.g! b«sdta« "
woodland. Priced tasell. SuiU ble financing cm, be mntngeS'by ownef Fm
real country living, is it! g oy owner. For
Also adjoining above tract-SO additional acres. 3 bedroom dwellln.-LR K
and miiig Room -ready for year round occupancy. Property located on hoik
sides of Cane River. Good fishing with ej.ien£2
■ Mack B. Ray, Broker
P.O. Box 181
Burnsville, N.C. 28714
Telephone (704) 682*2285
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If Attend
Obedience
Clinic
Four instructors from the
Land of the Sky Obedience
Club of Asheville were in
Atlanta. Ga. for a three day
intensive study in dog obe
dience training at the William
Koehler Clinic.
The participants were
Jessica Nichols, dub presi
dent; Angela Brookshire,
training director; Jo McGinnis
and Dot Stepp. These instruc
tors are now demonstrating
Koehler’s techniques in dog
obedience classes.
Miss Nichols is from
Burnsville and is owner of the
Country Livin’ Boarding Ken
nels and Grooming Shop. She
has been in obedience since
the age of 13, and now
instructs 'advance novice
classes for the club. At the
present time, Jessica is
obedience training, trialing
and All Breed showing her
two Rottweilers and one
German Shorthaired Pointer.
Obedience classes will be held
this spring in Burnsville.
B 4?UI
Monday
Chuck Wagon Steak
Cole Slaw
French Fries w/Catsup
Roll
Cookie
Milk Tuesday
Vegetable Beef Soup
Peanut Butter Sandwich
Banana
Saltines
Chocolate Brownie
Milk
Wednesday
Salisbury Steak w/Gravy
Creamed Potatoes
Green Peas
Jello w/Fruit
Roll /
Milk X
Thursday
Fish Square w/tartar sauce
Tater Tots w/catsup
Cole Slaw
Cornbread
Peanut Butter Fudge
Milk
Friday
Chicken Salad Sandwich
Whole Kernel Corn
Lettuce & Pickle Chips
Strawberry Cobbler
Milk
OF SMALL CARS
/AT A LOW PRICE!
f Saxes Gas too!
hux -25 mpg cit\
1976 Federal epa Report
c & T _
Volkswagen ®
Bristol Hxvy.al-ffakland
Johnson Cits, Tn.
928-6501
Complete MTI Programs
Shelba Ledford and June Honeycutt recently completed the
Adult Basic Education [ABE] and the GED high school
equivalency programs and have been awarded certificates
stating that their achievement is equal to that of a high school
graduate. Adults who desire to obtain a high school
equivalency certificate, improve their educational level or work
toward the GED high school equivalency certificate should
enroll in the class held at the Burnsville Courthouse each
Friday bom 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. All interested adults who
have less than a high school education are invited to join the
program and receive individual instruction designed
especially for them. Phone Wayne Phillips at the Yancey
County Adult Education Center, 682-7315 or 765-7644.
WNC Nurse Speaks
On Infant Deaths
Mrs. Carol Ingram, the
SIDS (Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome) nurse-counselor
for Western North Carolina,
/was guest speaker at the
September meeting of the
Burnsville Woman’s Club.
The meeting was held last
Thursday evening at the
Community Building on Ro
bertson Street.
Guests at the meeting
included Dr. W.A.Y. Sargent.
Yancey County Coroner, and
two members of the Yancey
County Rescue Squad, Clyde
Styles and Jim Buckner.
The North Carolina SIDS
Project is one of thirty-one
federally funded information
and counseling projects in the
THREE BEDROOM i oiqe with living room, J
kitchen-dining area, bah, well with pump, can J
if house, on 1.9 acre in qi let neighborhood. House, T
if furniture and appliance i ofdy $15,000.
jA 2'A beautiful acres, very accessible off gravel road, A-
J in heart of Celo.
j TWENTY ACRES, mixed Jfmberland, deer, small J
game, springs, stream.! Joins U*S. Government T
if- lands. Ideal for lodge. Priced sell.
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J THREE BEDROOMS dwelling with large / living j
room, kitchen-dining area, full basement, two
baths, double-car port, storm and doors. if
u On four lots. Priced right for early sale. )f
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T REMODELED 2-bedroom house, with living room, )f
J kitchen-dining, bath. Gravity water, on four ]f.
n beautiful acres with nice view. Good price. j
jf- Check with us for farms, dwellings and other ?
if properties before you buy. T
J Fox Real Estate Agency 1
* Arney Fox, Broker J
jf- 19-E facing Mt. View Motel
Jf PHONE 682-6314 J
★★ *+*++++++++++++++++s
THE NATION IN
• RECREATION <| INVESTMENT PROPERTY
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W. B. EDGE S V >-i=
J. G. EDGE —RES. 682-6847
J. G. EDGE
REAL ESTATE
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nation.
The speaker was intro
duced by Mrs. T.M. Tyner.
After the program, Mrs.
P.C. Coletta, vice-president,
presided in the absence of the
president, Mrs. W.A.Y. Sar
gent.
* During the social hour,
coinmittees met to make plans
fofrthe district meeting, which
wsl be co-hosted by the
Bspisville and Spruce Pine
clubs on October 2, at The
Chalet in Little Switzerland.
* A flea-market was planned
fojf- later in October as a
fluid-raising project.
Hostesses were Mrs.
Floyd Davis and Mrs. James
W. Ray. ~
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Michael Kale Joins
Staff At WKYK
J. Ardell Sink, President
of Mark Media, Inc. an
nounced today that Michael
Kale will join the WKYK
Radio staff October 1, 1976.
Kale, a 21 year old native of
Winston Salem, North Caro
t lina, comes from WKJX in
Lenoir, North Carolina, where
he has been music and
production manager for the
past year.
Sink said that Kale would
make dn excellent addition to
the WKYK staff.
In another move, it was
announced that Randy Hous
ton had been promoted to
local news director. Houston,
a member of the WKYK staff
Notes Os Thanks
The family of Wayne
Wilson Wishes to express
their deepest gratitude to
their many friends for the
many kind deeds and prayers
during the death of our loved
one, Jimmie Lee Wilson. May
God Bless you all.
★
We wish to thank our
many friends and relatives,
the staff of the Yancey
Hospital, the Holcombe Bro
thers Funeral Home, Rever
end Bert Styles, Mrs. Eunice
Proffitt and Mrs. Geneva
Robinson for all expressions
of kindness shown to us
during the illness and death of
our loved one.
The Family of Gladys Banks
FOR SALE
61 ( acres'Ain Avery
County wltßv streams
and young timbdrc Also
lots ni Roan valley. Call
682-6109 y 682-2513
anytime. HCchun
The World’s Largest
JwL Since 1900
„Jigmes-Farms
f Homesites
t - Recreation
Strout h Mountain Acreage
Realty Residential *md
incorporated \ Investment Property
Margaret ft A1 ZeUmer
Branch Managers
Route 5, Box 37A> Burnsville, N.C. 287 if
4.2 Miles South of Mtcavllle on Hwv. 80
Bus. 704-675-5411 Res. 675-5119
‘‘Stop by or call us we always have time to listen”
Real Estate
8 acres—wooded-plenty of springs- new road into
property. Excellent building sites-good views.
Owner financing available, priced to sell at
$8,500.00.
15 acres—Mountain property-owner' financing.
Priced to seU. Jacks Creek area. \
Small lot—perfect fo\ Mobile Home or\ small
cottage-inside Limits. Priced io sell.
Commercial]Property-Sevehd excellent locations
fronting 19Et
Rustic Mountain Cabin—3 room, 3 outbuildings, 3-5
acres with Springs. Newdale Section. 7
Tyner Real Estate
Benson Tyner-Broker
Box 577, Burnsville, N.C. 28714
Phone 704-682-7421 or 682-2457
682-7480 Evenings
L 2-20 acre tracts near Celo with creek and highway
r frontage.
3 BR. home on Rocky Springs Hgts. 1 acre, city
| water, carpet, paved drive, hot air oil heat,
fireplace. Seen by appointment.
L - 3BR home on west end of Large lot, LR,
r huge den, kit., workroom. \
[ 3BR home in Bald Creek Section, one andone-half
' s,or > with 26 acres, lXl)R, bath, hot M oil heat.
SO acre trpfct [Green MountainTfinotr‘dmM|r, plenty
I of watmiv several good homesites. \
Lot us build your dream home for either permanent
i or summer residence on Moonshine Mountain
Development. 1 to 5 acre lots. Choice Idts still
avallal^e.
Burnsville \
Real Estate
P.0.80x 368
Burnsville, N.C. 28714
E -” Oojy „ 704-682-6026 UMberU.l,
704 M2MM ' Seleemen Broker
704-682-2429 682-6419 7<u_a7«
for several months, and a
native of this area will be
responsible for the coverage
of local news events by
WKYK.
J. Ardell Sink also an
nounced that Cliff Bond,
President of Broadcast Spe
cialists of Winston Salem,
N.C. has been appointed
technical director of all the
Mark Media Stations through
out the two Carolinas. Bond
has years of radio experience,
with the Federal Communica
tions Commission and with
his own company. Bond will
visit each station on a regular
basis and coordinate all
engineering operations.
I would like to extend my
sincere appreciation to my
family, friends and neighbors
for their gifts of food and
flowers, and their thoughtful
ness and sympathy shown in
my bereavement. Your kind
ness has helped in this time of
sorrow and will be remem
bered With gratitude.
-Mrs. Jimmy Lee Wilson
★
The family of Mrs. Carrie
Peterson wishes to express
appreciation to all our friends
and loved ones for the
kindness shown us during the
death of my wife, and our
mother. The prayers, flowers,
food and other thoughtfulness
will always be remembered.
Also much love and apprecia
tion to the Rev. Cecil J.
Higgins, Rev. Carmichael
Price, Rev. Clyde Fender, the
Miller Quartet, and Holcombe
Brothers Funeral Home.
-Loss Peterson, husband;-
-children: Pauline Johnson-
Nadine Peterson and T.J. and
Faye Peterson.
refuel I j|||E
GLADYS S. BANKS
Mrs. Gladys S. Banks, 74,
of Burnsville died in a
Burnsville hospital Wednes
day afternoon, September 15,
after a lengthy illness. She
was a native of Yancey
County, the daughter of the
late Dolph and Kate Young
Smith and the widow of J.
Roscoe Banks who died in
1957.
Surviving are one sister,
Miss Kathleen Smith of
Burnsville; one step-daughter
Mrs. Chloe Beiers of Burns
ville; one step-brother, Dolph
Blankenship of Burnsville and
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Friday at 2 p.m. in the West
Burnsville Baptist Church of
which she was a member.
Rev. Bert Styles officiated and
burial was in the church
cemetery.
Pallbearers were Wade
Towe, Wade McKinney, Har
old Allen, William A. Banks,
Andy Brown and Gene Hig
gins; Honorary Pallbearers
were Fred Phoenix, Roy Ray,
Scott Moore, Wilson Ray,
Byrd Gillespie, Howard John
son, Arnold Wilson and
Emerson Woody.
Library
Hours
As long as the current yeai
budget will permit it, the
Yancey County Public Library
will be open on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday evenings from 7:0(
to 9:00 p.m. in addition to the
usual daytime hours of 9:0(
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Or
Saturdays the new hours are
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
4 Thank You ’
The Journal and many
readers would like to thank
Mrs. Fred Proffitt who collec
ted the information and wrote
the story in last week’s high
school edition, entitled “80
years of progress-1896 to
1976’’.
WANTED
b-a r Block
TAX STUDENTS
for classes beunning
September 30y' s €alL
Leonard Wiggins 682-
681.3. ch 9-23
WANTED
Standing timber, large
or small tracts, | any
specleT
Banco Lumber Ink.
Contact Ross Mlfier
Phone DaVs6B2>2iß7 or
Night 682-3438
MUFFLER SHOP
Lifetime'Guaran tee
Fast-FREE Installation
NqxMo Bob F urcw’s
Speed Equipment
1050 Patton Avedue
Asheville^C.
Phone 253-568^
OWNER NEEDS
TO SELL
4 bedroojn, l‘/j bath
house, bf town, central
heat, aorm i windows,
large 1 lasemterit, fire
places, VA stotf. Very
beautiful olde\ home,
priced Ip sell ' mickly.
Excellent for business
and homex Call Frank at
682-6720 fotjoformatlon
Custom Meat
Cutting
You Kill ‘e/7?
1/Ve Cut em.
***** *** W*4
Bee r , Pork, or
Fowl.
Little David’s
Burnsville
Supermarket
Phone 682-2550
GET PROPERLY
Type,
Trailer flitches for most
Cart and Tricks
BdBFURBY
SPEED EQUIPMINT
1040
Asheville, N.C.
Phone 25^4612
    

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