PAG r 12
APRIL 13, 1967
BIRTHDAY PARTIES HONOR AMY BENTLEY AND MELODY ROBINSON, WHO ARE NOW EIGHT YEARS OLD
By: JOYCE GISH
Miss Amy Lou Bcntley was honored Wednesday, April 5, by
friends and classmates at a birthday party cookout given by her
parents, Mr. and Mis. Lester
Bentlcy, and her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Johnson, at
the lohnson's residence on Wood-
land Trail. G Jests were served
hotdogs, hamburgers, cake and
Ice cieam. Any, who received
many gifts, was 8 years old.
Miss Melody Robinson was feted
on Monday, Apiil 10 In observance
of hex 8th birthday. Many of
Melody's friends and classmates
were present for the party given
at the home of Melody's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson of
The Jenkins PTA will have its
last meeting of the year Monday
night, April 17, at 7 p.m. A
pot luck supper has been planned
for teachers and parents at this
meeting. All members are urged
to come to this final meeting of
the year. Warnle Flint, Jr., is
president and Mrs. E. B. Sanders
Is hospitality hostess for tilts meeting.
The Jenkins Order of DeMolay
Card of Thanks
and Rotary Plow team up to
till a perfect seedbed in one
operation ready to plantl
One of 39
tough jobs easy, built to last.
Proof? Ask us:
"Is the Gravely really
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Mr. and Mrs. Lonnic Adkins
and Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Johnson
were guests for Sunday dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bcntley and
But it's still nice to know that If something
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of normal repairs at no additional charge.
What else that costs sp little
gives you so much value?
O. O Parks has returned to his
home In Jenkins after spending the
winter months In Daytona Beach,
Mrs. Bill Eads and Beth and Lisa
arc visiting in Whitcsvillcand
Madison, W. Va. . this week.
Mrs. E. B. Sanders and children
are in Lookout, Ky. , visiting Mrs.
Mrs. E. P. Auxici and her nelce
M s. Martha Brewer are In Baltimore tills week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snwell were
in Louisville and Lexington for the
past week end.
Dr. and Mis. E. B. Sanders
have returned home from Louisville, Ky., aridPiketon, O.
While In Louisville the Sanderses
attended the Ky. Dental Association meeting and were guests of
Mrs. Sanders' sister, Mrs. Chester
Newsome. In Piketon, O., they
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Thursday, April 20
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visited another of Mis. Sanders'
sisters, Mis. Harry Spears.
Arthur FInley Newsome and
Daniel Klingman of Louisville
arc visiting the E. B. Sanders
family this week.
Mrs. Gary Maynard and son
Greg of Lexington were the week
end guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herschel Childers.
The Rainbow Girls were guests
Sunday Morning of Mrs. Trumon
Conley at services at the Methodist Church.
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We take this opportunity to
thank each and every one who
helped us during the death of
our husband and father, Emmett
Blair. We deeply appreciate all
the kind words spoken in sympathy. Especially do we thank the
ministers, McCoy Frahklin and
David Morrow, for the fine messages, and the Polly-Cra- ft
Home for their care. And all
those who brought food to our
B lackey (fr. P.
home, and all those who sent
beautiful flowers, and others who
ebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary recently. They received
stood by us in our time of sorrow.
God bliss you all.
rug as a
a beautiful hand-nookgift from Mrs. Irene Kin neer.
MRS. EMMETT BLAIR and
I. D. Back is feeling poorly
JACK BLAIR and Family
right now. We hope he is up to
T. A? Dixon, Elma and Tommy,
Card of Thanks
Jr. , spent the week end in LouiWe, the family of Emit B.
sville . While they were gone
Duncan, wish to express to you,
Mrs. Oley Blevins and Mrs. Crit-tl- e
our friends of Letcher County,
Andrews spent the week end
our appreciation or your thought- with Mrs. T. A. Dixon.
ful kindness extended to us during
the death and burial of our beCoy Fields has had his mother
loved father. To those who sent Mis. Susan Fields
flowers, letters, telegrams, who Lovell Fields from and brother
spoke words of comfort and for
Fla. , visiting with him.
each and every act of kindness
we are grateful.
May God bless each of you is
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neld an installation of officers
Sunday, April 9, at 2:30 p.m.
in the Jenkins Lodge Hall. There
were 22 boys who took part in
the ceremony. The Rainbow
Girls acted as escorts. There were
boys from Pound, Va., and
Whltesburg, Ky. , in the
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