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Image 15 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), September 30, 1948

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THURSDAY. SEPT. H, 1MI THE MOUNTAIN B&GH, WHTTlSMTltG, KENTUCKY sired about the Convention can be obtained by writing to one of the four persons listed below: 18th ANNUAL AUTUMN BONG FESTIVAL CONVENTION) (SINGING Where Mountain Folks Sing To , The Glory of God! Football Team, Fleming High School Conservation Is Issue As Campaign Begins Mrs. Lillie May Pettyjohn, wife of J. W. Pettyjohn, Payne Gap, Kentucky, passed from this life on September 4, 1948, at 2:15 o'clock. She became ill on the 27th of June of this year and was in need of constant care. At the time of her death she was 57 years old. Burial was in the Monroe Whitaker Cemetery at 3:0 o'clock on Sept 8. Miss Pettyjohn was a wonderful wife and neighbor and was loved by everyone. Her death was a deep sorrow for all who knew her. The growing importance of Mr. John M. Yost, Chair- the West has been recognized PIKEVIILE KENTUCKY man, Pikeville, Kentucky as the campaigns were offi(Nestled im the foothills of the Mr. W. Elmer Blackburn, cially launched last week. The Cumberland Mountains) Assistant Chairman, Pikeville- paths of President Harry TruSUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1048 Mr. Amos Runyon, man and Governor Thomas E. (Rain or Shine) Belfry, Kentucky. - Dewey crossed at Denver, and 10:00 A. M., to 4:00 P. M. Mr. Carl Hatcher, Asst., Sec. so did their speeches. - Sec.,-Trea- The Autumn Song Festival (Singing Convention) will be held in Pikeville, Kentucky on Sunday, October 10, 1948 (rain or shine) beginning at 10:00 A. M. and continuing until 4:00 P. M., with adjournment from 11:30 to 12:30 P. M-- , for lunch. The purpose of the Festival is to foster good music, especially vocal, among the mountain folks, and especially, to encourage the appreciation of good music in the Cumberland Mountain Area. The meeting will be held, rain or shine, in the Pikeville High School Auditorium, and efficient amplification equipment will be afforded. A group of local business men have given generously of their time and money because of their love of music, and their desire to see Pikeville progress, and continue in its reputation of '1A Friendly Welcome to Everyone." The singers are requested to register with the Secretary for the days program prior to 11:30. Registration will start on the stage of the Pikeville Hieh School Auditorium at 9:30 A. M., and continue until 2:00 P. M., on the day of the convention. Any special information de s., Treas., Pikeville, Kentucky. The committee is endeavoring to make this the best meeting ever held in Pikeville. We especially 'invite good quartettes and singing groups who will take part on the program, and we want to ask that you please pass the information on to anyone who is interested in singing, or in listening to good singing. Your presence and help will be appreciated, and certainly Pikeville will again prove to be a gracious host. A REMEDY FOR THE TIMES A Smile A Flower A Song A Prayer TRY IT! tt I , i: "L . 4.1 President Truman recalled for his listeners the vast strides made toward conservation and preservation of our natural resources, the greatest of which is the soil itself, in 16 years of Democratic rule. He did not say that Dewey, if elected, would sabotage this vital work. He did point out, however, that the intentions of a Republican president would not necessarily be carried out by a Republican Congress. More to the point, he emphasized slashes in appropriations for reclamation and conservation work in the West, insistence of made at "the Congressional Republican leaders. President Truman, to illust- human voice can change until Congress repudiated the hous f a woman quits scolding her ing bill which carried the husband and answers the signatures of the Republican phone. Neal O'Hara. legislative leader, Senator A. Taft, the leader of A fool and his money are Robert in Congress, was unhis party The Doormat some party able to secure the cooperation of his colleagues in enacting a necessary piece of legislation, Dewey would have far less chance of success. Such congressional leaders DISCOMFORT! as Halleck, of Indiana, still mld XLqulcL -- 35 Per Bottje smarting over real or imagined slights at the Republican What's The Question When You Get Old? Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Day and family of Day, Kentucky are moving this week to Kurtz, Indiana where they have bought a farm- - The new farm is in two mile of high school and has large towns in close distance all around. They plan to rent their farm on Big Cowan. If a girl doesn't watch her figure, the boys won't. Paul-ett- e Goddard. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Ova Stapleton, Eulice Stallard, Wallace Hall, Bobby Ladd, Ray (Speck) Penny, James Hawley, Bobby Blevins. Joe Broom, Eugene Lequire. Jack Hall, Bobby Bentley, and Franklin Cornett. SECOND ROW Coach Lade Gregory. Jerry Tucker, Charles Dotsort, Charles Belt, Lawrence Beckett, Curtis Cox, Harold Bailey. Hayden King, Ray Tucker, Frank Lewis, and- Roger Jackson Phillip Cury, Bobby Burns, Keith Polly, Billy Birchwell, Emmltt McCullen. THIRD ROW Virgil Compton, Howard Williams, Elmer Ison, Buddy Mullins, Pat Burns Earnest Whitaker,' Ralph Fulton, George Phillips, James Gregory.and Roy (Karo) Bentley. - Convention In Philadelphia, are hardly likely to go down the lme for any program suggested by Dewey which expenditure of entails the federal funds. Thev have pledged economy in government and they are bent on effecting those economies no matter how much it costs! They would let billions of dollars in potential power go untapped, inestimable riches of the earth be blown away or washed down into the oceans before they would permit the expenditure of a few millions to conserve them for ourselves and for posterity. "Will It Bes "He's A Hard working poor old man9' . or "HE'S A WELL KEPT, SMART OLD MAN. HE HAS RETIREMENT INSURANCE." HE GETS A CHECK EVERY MONTH AS LONG AS HE LIVES. Gasoline Law To Be Stricter On motor carriers operating through Kentucky asking for some simple information and a statement of voluntary co Transport Trucks operation witn the State's new Frankfort Kentucky's gasoline tax law. Up to Sept., Commissioner of Revenue, H, iu only Hi operators had re Clyde Reeves, is considering plied. dropping the use of soft words A in favor of a policeman's years Kentucky law of many standing prohibits "any billy. Lack of cooperation by person importing or causing to intra-stat- e motor transporta be imported into this State, tion operators with Kentuc gasoline in the fuel tank or any ky's gasoline tax law is the auxiliary tank of his motor reason for the Commissioner's vehicle in a quantity in exire. cess of thirty gallons." AtIn July David K. Walker, tempted evasion of this law is Director of the Department's subject to a fine of from $25 to Division of Excise wrote the $1,000 or a six months jail term or both. Of vital importance to the operator also is that evasion could mean the loss of benefits under the reciprocal agreements as to weight tax, registration and even his oper ators license. Reeves said "We are trying to make it easy for motor oper ators using Kentucky's high ways to comply with our laws but if they want to. do it the hard way they will be accom 233 modated-- RC qke$ U0U " After a reasonable length of time ithe Department of Revenue will furnish the Kentucky State Police with a list of the operators who have signed voluntary agreements, and stationed at points of entry they will stop and check equipment of all operators not on the approved list. Those stopped will have fuel tanks checked and if found in violation will face arrest and de- W 4 Ktjsv . 1. 2. rt1L DAVE CRAFT Special Representative McRoberts, Ky. Cola c.i Cola y z RErs:zs:!iajT GLASSES 3EEST-BY- - lay- Reeves hopes these drastic measures can be avoided in the interest of economy and good will but the law he says will be enforced against those who would evade Kentucky gasoline tax. HC H:re s who! you get J I riAVOR RC wins 5 out of 6 group taste-tes- ts from coast to coast! Voted by more than 130 Hollywood stars. best-tasti- Extra pleasure cost! a,t no extra r Your best cola buy by far! Uncle Sam Says JAMES WRIGHT Special Representative Jenkins, Ky. Delicious, thirst-quenchin- g! Stock your refrigerator today! t Gat six bv' ot a case! AND ANOTHER THING TO REMEMBER: When you pass on people will not ask, "did he have a yacht, hunting club, race horses, s farms, etc. THE QUESTION WILL BE: WHAT DID HE LEAVE FOR HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN? HOW MUCH LIFE INSURANCE DID HE HAVE? blue-gras- Mj.iik-ti.i,iwnMHanwB!Bw.. THE FARMERS SUPPLY CO. GENERAL AGENT "How Much Insurance Is Enough?" DISTRIBUTORS ROY GILLEY, Mgr. Below Depot Pop's got his feet in the sand, not his head, became he's a payroll sav-e- r. He knows where his future vacation are coming from. There's no gi ess work about his plans for security. Automatically every pay day part of his pay goes into United States Savings Bonds which will pay him $4 for each $3 in 10 short years. Security future plans will belong to other fellows like Pop unless you count yourself in with United States Savings Bonds. V. S. Treasury Dtpartmrmt Remember, when you point your finger accusingly at some one else, you've got three fingers pointing at yourself. bocony Vacuum Refinery. lop ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. Franchisee! Bottlers Neon, Ky. .

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