of poems by elderly
DEMPSEYS ENTERTAIN FAMILY AT DINNER; FOSTERS VISIT
ior center In Kentucky, Senior
House In Louisville, which has
an enrollment of 1, 300 has pub
lished a book of poetry, verses
and jingles, entitled, " Speakers of the house. "
The book, Which includes 23
verses, was written by members
of the Senior House poetry group,
and may be purchased at the
According to Francis S. Bind-ne- r,
associate director, the Kentucky commission of aging is
helping to promote such recreational faculties for senior citizens as the poetry class.
The commission has made
funds available to organizations
and communities to bjLi recreational and assistance programs for the elderly.
BIndner said the poetry book
shows that programs for the elderly permit them to take ail
active part in the community
by sharing their talents with o- thers.
from Morehead, Dorothy Lucas,
of the John Smiths,
from Union College, Sondra
Wojclechowskl, daughter of the
Steve Wojclechowikli. All at
Sunfay School and Church. Sondra is at Eastern. Betty and Emma Waddell are home from Union
Mr. and Mrs, Archie Meade
have moved into their new home
aid love it. Hazel says she is enjoying cleaning and redecorating
for the first time.
Mrs. Elsie Reach had her son
James and his wife Steva, sons
Jimmlo Lee and David with her
over the weekend. The Reaches
are from Dayton, Ohio.
Mrs. Dollle Nicholson has returned hone from Knoxville where
she visited her daughter and family and had a checkup. Her doctor tells her she's doing fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Demp-se- y
stopped by to visit his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dempsey,
Douglas and his wife are on their
honeymoon. They will live In
Ell Sexton, formerly of Jack- grand-daught-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Demptey
had as dinner guesu on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Owens, of
Grundy, Va., their daughter and
TSgt. and Mrs. Gilbert Hutchenson, their four daughters, Martha Jo, Kathy, Kim, and
Jeanie, who have recently returned from Germany. TSgt. Hutch
enson will soon be going to Vietnam. Also present at the dinner
were Mrs, Mary Wright, Mrs. Andrew Adams, her daughter Hazel
Andrea, Mrs. Vaflessa Looney,
Mrs. Jim Revis and her two children, Jimmle and Rachel. All
enjoyed a good dinner and a good
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foster,
son Anthony, daughter Tammy
Lynn from Louisville, have re-
turned home after spending ten
days with his mother, Mrs, Mary
Wright, and Glenna's parents,
, the Bud Fleenors, in McRoberts.
It's always nice to see our college young people home on vacation. I saw Cherl Bentley.
daughter of the Bill Harlows,
horn, is very ill in a Taylor,
The Eugene Andersons andfam-il- y
and Mrs. Ruth Helen Meade,
of Lorainc, Ohio, are here visiting relatives. Mrs. Meade is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Darwin
Hall of Deane, who is very ill.
Miss Linda Carol Adams of
Calvary College, with five of
her fellow students, were home
to visit her parents, the Alfred
Adamses, Saturday afternoon.
The Leslie Halls of Milwaukee
were visiting Mrs. Hall's mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Fleming,
and Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Galloway of Jackhorn. Leslie is attending Engineering School and is
working as a draftsman.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hawley
had as dinner guest his mother,
Mrs. Goldie Hawley. In the
afternoon, all went for a nice
drive. Mrs. Goldie Hawley
spends most of her time in a
wheelchair, and is always happy to have her friends stop and
speak to her.
Will anyone having news items
please call mo at
APRIL 13, 1967
THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE Is published ery Thursday at 120 W,
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Thomas E, Glsh Is the' .editor and
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LETCHER COUNTY COURT
In the Matter of
the Estate of
Fred L. Coffey, deceased
Pursuant to KRS25.195, notice
is hereby Riven that on Anrll 11.
1967, Justine M: Coffey, Admin
istratrix of the estate of Fred L.
Coffey, deceased, filed her Final
Report and Settlement in the Letcher County Court, which was
ordered to lay over until May 15,
1967, for exceptions, and no exceptions having been filed or
taken thereto, further notice is
hereby given that on May 15,
1967, unless exceptions are filed
in the meantime, an order will
be entered approving and confirming said Final Report and
Settlement in all things.
Dated this 11 day of April,
Clerk, Letcher County Court,
by Nan Lou Enlow, D.C.
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