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Image 3 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), April 13, 1967

Part of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.)

THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE WHITESBURG, LETCHER COUNTY, THURSDAY, KENTUCKY Whitesburg BONDEXING PAINTING GERALD COMBS HONORED AT FRANKFORT YOUTH ASSEMBLY; SEVERAL AT BUILDERS SHOW At PAGE 3 13, 1967 APRIL the mock Youth Legislature held In Frankfort last Saturday, Gerald Combs, son of Mr.and Mrs. Forrester Combs, was appointed to the cabinet as Senate Minority Leader. He received a plaque for outstanding leadership In the mock Senate. This Is the first time anyone from Whitesburg has been so honored at the Youth Assembly. Both the Trl HI Y and the HI Y worked their Senateblll through both houses and commlt-ttee- s to have It vetoed by the Governor. This was outstanding, because only five Senate bills reached the Governor, two being vetoed and three passed. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones attended Holston Builders Products Show at Klngsport last week. Others from here who attended were Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott and Herbert Caudill. Mrs. W. H. Blair returned on Sunday from Front Royal, Va. , where she visited her son, Cadet Robert Lee Blair at Randolph Military Academy. Mr. Emery L. Frazler of Washington, D. C. , is house guest of Judge and Mrs. J. L. Hays and is also visiting other friends here. Mrs. Jasper Plgman, who has been critically ill in the local hospital, is slightly Improved. Members of her family who have been here because of her illness are Mr. and Mrs. Windus Franklin and daughter Melodee of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Judd Kenny and two children of Alexandria, Va. ; Mrs. Mabel Cornett of Santa Ana, Calif. ; Ray Pig-mof Milton, Ky. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pigman and their daughter of Dayton, Ohio; and Mrs. Pigman's brother, Chester Martin of Williamson, W. Va. Among the Methodist Youth in Nashville, Tenn. , this week attending youth meetings and visiting with Sherry Conatser at Scarett College are Mike Conatser, Cathy Pace, Nika Rose Stallard, Marty and Eddie Newell and Larry Mullins. The group an was accompanied by Miss Sarahs Casey, Methodist Mission worker Iri this area. Mrs. Ruth Rice and Mrs. Ivol Back were In Brlstd during the weekend visiting an elderly aunt, Mrs. Rita Fraley, and also in Klngsport for'a visit with their sister, Mrs. D. E. Hood and her husband. Rickey Banks of Lexington recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Ison have returned from a trip which Included attending a banquet at Freedom Hall, Louisville, sponsoring Ward for Governor, then on to Mt. Vernon, Ind. , where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ison. They returned by way of Berea for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Rod Tate, and her two children. Recently the Isons were in Plkevllle to attend a musical concert at Pikevllle College. Their granddaughter, Debra Ison, daughter of the Kirby Isons, participated in the program, winning a sup-erior rating in an operatic solo and also In a trio in voice. Debra Is an outstanding voice student in junior high school but was eligible to enter the college concert because of her high rating in voice. Mrs. Luther King, who is a patient In Harlan Regional Hospital, Is still very 111. She Is suffering from injuries received in a fall. Friends regret to learn of the serious illness of Gene Daniel, father of Kay Daniel and Mrs. Ann Hall. The Ladles Auxiliary to the Douglas Day Post 152 met at the Club House Thursday April 6 at 7:30 p. m. A most Impressive installation service for officers of the ensuing year was conducted by Mrs. Hazel Fitzpatrick, past president of the Jenkins Auxiliary. She was assisted by Mrs. Josie Anderson, first vice president of the Jenkins Auxiliary. The following officers received the installation ritual: PANELING FLOOR TILE Codlspotl; secretary, Prima Biggestaff; historian, bene Blair; sergeant at arms, Dale Jones. Mrs. Fitzpatrick presented each new officer with a lovely corsage as part of the (Continued on Page 11) President, Nora Davidsonjfirst senior vice president, June Kincer; second senior vice president, Fairy Mae Duncan; junior vice president, Ruth Roland; chaplain. Margaret Morgan; treasurer, Helen ON CONTRACT See or write: RAYMOND BROWN Box 322 Ermine Ghevtrmjslana! , ' ftsssssssssB; K'w' jK':JMfc':. 4imtm- tBM,' HK 5S JliH " - rnSssssaissssssH ''Ml'ssssH taLHiifPsssssssssssssH HHPV!i"SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB Tut that Young Ho spirit in your car. Fill up with Chevron gasoline. Get all the mileage and performance your car was designed to deliver. It s waiting for you at the red and blue Chevron pumps. That's Chevron Island, south of the Standard sign. J. D. LARKEY, STANDARD Agent Fleming, Ky. TKADIHARKt CHtVftON ANO CHtVION DCIION COMHHMT, ITANDARO Oil. COMPANY Notice of Sale LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT C. A. NO. 3176 First Federal Savings and Loan & Loan Association of Hazard, Ky., PLAINTIFF .VS: NOTICE OF SALE Lawson Justice and his wife, Wanda Justice, DEFENDANTS Pursuant to judgment and order of sale tendered on March 21, 1967 in the above styled cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Letcher County Court in Whitesburg, Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public outcry on Monday, May 1, 1967, same being the first day of a regular term of Letcher County Court, at 10: 00 AM for cash, or upon a credit of six months the following described property situated in the Burdine Section of the City of Jenkins, in Letcher County, Kentucky, and described as follows: BEING the West half of Lot Number Five (5) In Block No. Ten (10) containing 0. 055 acre, more or less, as designated and described on Jenkins Map. No. 1, recorded in Plat Book 1, page 94, et seq. , of the Letcher County Court Clerk's Office to which reference is made for better description. Also West half of Parcel No. 3, Block No. 10, containing 0.12 acre, Map. No. 1. The front line of this property shall be construed to coincide with the existing State Highway Right-way and this deed Is subject to all existing easements for highways, streets and alleys In favor of the public. Unless the purchaser pays cash, he will be required to execute bond bearing interest at 6 per annum from the date of sale until paid, with good surety, having the force and effect of a judgment, and no replevy will be allowed in the event execution is issued, and a lien will be retained upon the property sold as further security. Dated this 25th day of March, 1967. llarry M. Caudill Sub-divisi- on of MASTER COMMISSIONER LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT ' . $2466 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for the Camaro Sport Coupe with the Standard Six. This Camaro shown has at extra cost hood stripe. 4.75: style trim group, $40.05: wheel covers. $21.10; and whitewall tires. 3 1.35. All prices include Federal Excise Tax and suggested dealer delivery and handling charge (transportation charges, accessories, other optional equipment. stateand local taxes additional), : ' ' ' - moves you up to the head of the class. Camaro, the sportiest looking and acting: lower, wider, heavier than any other car at the price. With the biggest Six, the widest stance, the roomiest interior. Drive it at your Chevrolet dealer's and see. You get more than your money's worth. Compare CAMARO and learn why it gives you that mrt feeling (KTJ-1-

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