THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960
meet at T.C. Adams home
Tho Whltcsburg Homemakers
met at tho home of Mrs. T. C.
Adams, April 4. The meeting
was called to order by presi
dent, Mrs. Ann Collins. Tho
minutes were read by Mrs. Sue
Mao Blair In absence of Secretary, Mrs. Rachel Ann Moore.
The landscape was read by Mrs.
bout wallpaper." She showed
samples of wallpaper and tuo.
Refreshments were served by
hostess Mrs. Snblna Hale and
,Mrs Virgil Picklcslmcr to the
'following: Mrs. Mattie Lewis,
Mrs Ann Collins. Mrs. Sue Mae
Blair, Mrs. Velda Combs, Mrs.
Blair, Mrs. Minnie Adams, and
There was motion made and Mrs Lora C. Fields.
second that tho club make a
Limestone water and nutri
contribution to Red. Cross and
tious grass and forage grown
An interesting lesson was giv- 'on rich phosphatlc soils build
en by Mrs. Virgil Picklcslmcr tendurancc Into the fast horses
on "What wo should know a for which Kentucky is famous.
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At the end of 1D59, 8,914 chilSpeaker for the occasion was
dren were receiving casework Verne P. Home of the K.E.A
services, cither in homes of par staff. Home, who drove here
ents of relatives, foster homes ; from Louisville for tho occasor state Institutions, tho Chil ion, spoke to the group on tho
dren's Services Division of the 1900 Legislative Program, its
Kentucky Department of Eco- effects on the educational sysnomic Security reports.
tem, and different aspects of
tho Foundation Program. A
vVe Fill All Doctors round tablo discussion followed.
for May Queen
Dewey Polly Realty
ams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Carl Adams, Jeremiah, and
1st Cav. Div., Korea (AHTNC) Jacquclyn Blair,
27, Mrs. Jacquclyn Blair, Blackey,
whose wife, Evelyn, and
were two of 12 Bcrca Collcgo
Mr. and Mre. Jerry Rey- senior girls elected candidate
nolds, live in Isom, Ky., recent- for May Queen.
ly participated with other perBoth are graduates of the
sonnel from tho 1st Division's
Stuart Robinson High School,
5th Cavalry in an annual Army Blackey.
training test In Korea.
The test, conducted under
realistic combat conditions, was 45
designed to determine tho combat readiness of units of the 1st
Cavalry Division, the only U. S.
division presently manning a
educators of the
front line against an armed and
ready aggressor in Korea.
Upper Kentucky River Educaheld their
Sergcnt Reynolds, who arriv- tion Association
ed overseas last June on this spring meeting at the Whites-bur- c
School on Monday evening.
tour of duty, is operations sergeant of the cavalry's Mortar April 4. A chicken dinner was
served in the Whltcsburg School
Two local girls
16 young Letcher Eagles
are given basketball letters
"The Game" was the theme
of Letcher High School's Athletic Banquet which was held in
the spacious dining room of the
now Letcher School on Satur
day evening, April 9, at 7:30.
Tho tablo decorations and
of the outstanding r ccord of Caudill.
this year's basketball team
10G0 District Champions.
A delicious menu was served
to members of both the A and
B teams, tho cheerleaders, faculty, school officials, parents
placards surrounding the area and school patrons.
where the tables were placed
John Ilcnslcy, a local busigave evidence that the school ness man, served as toastmastcr.
and community are very proud The Invocation was given by
school superintendent, William
B. Hall. Odella Wilson
Gwcn Watts rendered a musl-cal- l
number after which Roy G.
for Adams family
Hazard City Schools, gave the
main address of the evening.
School Principal, Jeff B. Mayes,
and coaches Benton Back and
Henry Ed Wright spoke briefly
before jackets and awards were
presented to the players. Eddie
Amburgey blew the final whist
le by expressing appreciation
for the occasion.
Basketball varsity letters were
awarded to 16 young Eagles.
They are Clifton Caudill, Clayton Caudill, Ira Loo Watts, Cole-
Sympathy is extended tho
family and friends of Aunt
Adams, who died at her
home on Spring Branch on
April 9 at the age of 80. Be
sides her husband she is survived by six children, John Quincy
and Watson of Letcher County,
David and Tishia of Indiana,
Llssio and Betty Jane of Ohio;
a sister, Mrs. George Colfee of
Steve, of Eubank, and F. B., of man Ray Blair, Eddie AmburgWaynesburg.
ey, Danny Bates, Coleman Blair,
Funeral and burial services Bill Campbell, Bert Caudill, Elwere held April 10 at the Blair bert Caudill, Howard Stanfill,
Boyd Hatton, Hirsche Riley, Billy
Mr. and Mrs. George Colfee Ray Newman, Bill Hatton, and
of Waynesburg wero here for Sampson Ison.
Coach Henry Ed Wright prethe funeral.
sented tho monograms and reMrs. Tina Combs, Mrs. Gay
Frazier, Doris Ann and Dwight viewed the season of the Eagles.
visited friends and relatives at The A team won 22 games and
lost 11. It won the
Winchester last week end.
Mrs. Willie C. Adams Tournament
and Ida Adams visited the Wil- beating Lynch in the final, and
the 53rd District, beating Jenkliam Adams family.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blair, ins. The team was defeated by
Minnie Adams and Pamelia Mar-len-e Whitesburg in Whitesburg InviBlair visited Mr. and Mrs. tational final and went to the
in the regional, losEllis Caudill and Mrs. Lore n a semi-fina-l
ing to Hindman. The B team
Adams on Doty Creek.
Mrs. Nora Mae Ison visited won its class in the 53d district,
Lottie Adams last Sunday.
Coach Back reviewed the B
Minnie Adams visited Mrs.
Susan Adams and Mrs. Nora team season of 18 wins and
Mae Ison last week.
Miss Ametta Mae Adams of ed awards. Cheerleaders honorLouisville is spending a week ed were Phoebe Lou Hampton,
with her mother, Mrs. Susan John Hall, J. W. Back, Jean
Hensley, Mary Blair and Pat
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Prior to and following the
banquet tours of the new building were made. Comments were:
"This is definitely eastern Kentucky's most beautiful bulldnlg"
or "Tills Is the most complete
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There will be an extensive
gathering this Easter Sunday
for the occasion of the 75th
birthday of Mrs. T. A. Dixon.
Aunt Annio was born April 17,
Tho guests could come from
far and wide. Mrs. Effie Miles
is with her husband in Madrid,
Spain, Taylor W. Dixon lives in
Dallas. Others of the clan are
Miss Elma, Charles and Andy,
and Mrs. Martha Pease, all of
Louisville; Mrs. Hermia Bier-inCumberland; Mrs. Sophia
Back, Elnora, Ind.; Tom, Jr.,
Rockhouse; Mrs. Jo Ann Frazier, Louisville, and Mrs. Betty
Sut Moss, of Memphis, Tenn.
At last accounting there were
The whole group will be special invited guests Easter Sunday at the morning service of
Doermann Memorial Presbyterian Church for the climax of the
current revival being conducted by tho Rev. and Mrs. Cam
Wallace, former missionaries in
Africa. Rev. Wallace formerly
was pastor of the Doermann
Aunt Annie's brothers are R.
B. and C. B. Caudill; sisters,
Mrs. Callie Back and Mrs. Crit-ti- e
Andrews, all of Blackey.
Hospital notes . . .
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