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Image 15 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), December 8, 1955

Part of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.)

THURSDAY, DEC. 1955 8, THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, WHITESBURG, KENTUCKY has been in the Air Force since July, 1951, is an aerial photogDAVID R. ADAMS ASSIGNED rapher in the squadron. TO U. S. AIR BASE IN JAPAN Yokota Air Base is the home Yokota Air Base, Japan of the 35th Fighter Intercepter an (Special to The Mountain Wing, part of the Far East Air First Class David R. Ad- Forces' Fifth Air Force, and is ams, son of Mr. and Mrs. John charged with the air defense of M. Adams, of Whitesburg, Ky., 'the central Japanese islands has been assigned to the 6091st against Communist aggression in Reconnaissance Squadron at this the Far East. The wing is equip- U. S. air base in Japan. Iped with swept-winall- The airman, who weather Sabrejets. The base is located on the 'Mary E. McFall of Neon, Ky., main' Japanese island of Honshu (is scheduled to complete re in view of famed Mt. Fujiyama cruit, training ine iirsi weeK m and is 30 miles from Tokyo, third December at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. largest city in the world. Before his assignment to C. The course covers Japan, Airman Adams was stationed at Fairchild Air Force military drill, first aid, personal hygiene, Marine Corps history, Base, Wash. and defense against chemical and atomic attacks. To Complete Training Parris Island, S. C. (FHTNC) The final three weeks are Daniel V. McFall, son of Mrs. spent on the rifle range where IN SERVICE Eagle)-Airm- g ten-wee- D I ld k the new Marines fire the rifle for qaulification. M-- l Soil Conservation . I Notes AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS CITED IN STATE REPORT More than Frankfort, Ky. $6,500,000 of state, federal and Cecil Ilensley -- by On June 30, 1955, there were local funds has gone into airport 2fi0 farmfirs whn wprp district with the Letcher development in Kentucky since cooperators 1948 and the number of munici- - County Soil Conservation Dis- airports has increas-- ' tnct- Tnis is aD0Ut 16 percent the farmers of Letcher Coun- ed from seven to 24, it was f During the fiscal year there ported today by Commissioner - were 56 farmers enrolled in the of Aeronautics Charles H. Gartdistrict program. District co-reU. of the funds operators own and operate 17,-- 1 About from state sources, an.500 acres of land in the county. Complete soil and water con- equal amount was from city and servation programs have been county treasuries and this total was matched by the federal gov-- developed by 21 of these farm- ernment. efs; the remaining 239 cooper-- j ators have plans in program Kecently fromoted Alvin H Fort Brase. N. C. Kincer, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs Practice Alvin Kincer. Seco. Kv.. recent Conservation crop rotation ly was promoted to specialist Contour Farmine O T it,.'. Jt ,1 l I where he is a member of the Pasture Planting1 - h , L nft - fi & sP . Xr sP OVER 400 GROCERY PRICES REDUCED SINCE OCT. 1st. MILD AND MELLOW Eight 0'CIOCk Sweet Potatoes riUll o cabs Bartlett Pears hah IONA Betty Crocker Cake' Mix LUNCHEON Armours Treet meat IONA SLICED n reacnes or halves O PKCS. Jjv Z. CC CAN 3 79 CANS ROflSt OVEN READY 75 cans 49 BUTT 23 Lb" ) 50 Lamb Lamb Shoulder Roast Lamb Chops (Loin lb. super right n Ie pure sausaqe 99) rorK lb. 35 Rib lb. 89 zd1- - cello bag SUPER RIGHT BEEF SUPER RIGHT FRESH Round Steak Ground Beef Sliced Bacon mm lb. 45)ccSd" LBS. OVEN Turkeys heady ( It up ) Jwuer ff wiui.ti ti 35 LB. LB. A&p JAR 'c 19 " 5 LB. Cod Fillets Fried Fish Sticks ose 4-l- 8-l- BAcr39 b. 49 39 bag b 8Eb no. i FRESH FROZEN BAG bag 59 10-l- b T . (5ss123)'b25e lomatoes HA VKO, CAP7T JOHN Cranberries Pole Beans 39 LB. 1039 19 CELLO BAG FIRM RIPE 2 lbs. 29 PEAK mnt PLASTIC BRAND firm ripe iv tube SltVERBROOK butter QUALITY ROLL Domestic Swiss Cheese Shsrp Cheddar Cheese rJ &J lb. 59 lb. 59 A&P GIFT CERTIFICATES DRIED FRUITS and NUTS Re;? S!t!S 2 AfeP SEEDLESS Mixed or Brazil Nuts Baby Walnuts NEW CROP Roasted Peanuts a&p brand A&P Candy PKCS. cellobbag 39 49 CELLO BAG 9 Low Priced and Luscious MintsCHcrvDT,Box39c French Creams worthmore Royal Lusters WORTHMORE Canay Toys WORTHMORE box BAG BAG 29 15 29 Byffer Kernel Corn Wesson Oil . ggg bIe 33c CAN bqoutatrlte i'z-l- b. CAKE CAKE s m 45 LB. CAKE 5 Glazed Donufs parser Blueberry or Peach Streuset Pie tr White Bread parkeh ?3 ea. 99 23 49 loaf 11 1V4-L- All Prices In This Ad Effective Through Saturday, December rOUMOSl M3O0 I Ct I tlAlltH SINCt J 63 Army Specialist Third Class James E. Gose, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gose. Whitesbure. recently played halfback on the championship football team at f ort Knox. Ky. Gose was a mem ber of the Armored Replacement 1 raining Center's undefeated Black Falcons. He is a 1953 grad uate of Morchead State Colleee. His wife, Ethel, lives in Mayking. Enlists in Navy Great Lakes, 111. (FHTNC) Ernest R. Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Fleming of Jenkins, Ky., enlisted in the U. S. Navy at Jenkins, Ky., on August 31, 1955. He is scheduled to graduate from recruit training December 10 at the Naval Train ing Center, Great Lakes, 111. The nine weeks of "Boot uamp" includes drill and in struction in seamanship, gun nery, life saving, sea survival. boat handling, and the use of small arms. Following two weeks leave. graduates will be assigned to shipboard duties or service schools depending on the quali fications each has demonstrated. A LETTER FRUITS and NUTS ?2" LB AMEKICA1 16-O- June, 55 558 100 216 475 393 2 moo o 5 5 o 1467 500 4 31 29 2 8504 2250 OBITUARIES j Reported by ! CRAFT FUNERAL HOME Saturday night from gun shot wounds said to have been inflicted by his wife. He was the son of toe late Hizacarr Fields and Ollie Fields Franklin. He ;had been a resident of ihitt County for five or six vpars ' He was a miner and former em ployee of Elkhorn and Jellico coai company at Marlowe, and was a veteran of World War Breat-Wheelwrig- Dpf Sfl Viroio Thorn " uib AUWlb Jan. 3 Dorton Home Jan. 6 Whitesburg Home Jan. 10 Kingdom Home n. Jan. 12 Pikeville There Jan. 14 Lynch There Survivors include the wife, Jan. 17 Leatherwood There Pearlie Thorpe Fields, his moJan. 20 Elkhorn City There ther, four sisters and three broJan. 28 Kingdom Come thers. Funeral services wrp hold Whitesburg. Jan. 31 Belfry Home Wednesday morning at the FreeFeb. 3 Open will Baptist Church with Bou Feb. 7 Dorton There Lloyd Pike and Bob Sexton of-Feb. 10 Stewart Robinso- n- ficiating. Burial fhlTmrori in h There. Sandlick Cemeterv at Whitpc. Feb. 14 Virgie Home. burg. Craft Funeral Home i n Feb. 17 Belfry There. charge. Feb. 21 Open o Feb. 24 Whitesburg There. MELVIN D. TAYLOR The team is made up of 23 Taylor, age 78 boys. There are 4 Seniors: years, passed awav at his hnm Don Vanover Forward ,on Sandlick Road on Saturday, Don Blair Guard. December 3, following a long Gene Gallion Guard. illness. He was born in Scott Jerry Farley Guard. County, Virginia the son of the JUNIORS late A. J. and Susan Wolf Tay- Marvin Blevins Forward mi. e wus a retired farmer. Jack Morgan Forward Survivors include the wife, Elva Jimmy Ladd Center. Riser Taylor, two sons, Willie SOPHOMORES and Andrew, of Whitesburg, and Emory Smallwood Guard three daughters, Mrs. Mary Hart Donnie Belcher Center of Whitesburg: Mrs. Martha Jimmy Tolliver Forward Bowens, Colson, and Mrs. Dicy Richardson, Thornton. Frank Hodges Forward Bobby Gallion Guard Funeral senrces were rnndnrt. Larry Britton Guard ed at the Church of God, at Roger Coffee Forward wnuesDurg on iVonday morning James Bryant Guard with Rev. Llovd Powers and Millard Rose Forward Robert W'lson in charge. Burial FRESHMEN tooK place m the Sandlick Ceme tery. Craft Funeral Hnmo Nickie Dann Center in Burtis Brashear Guard charge. Russel Mullins Forward Billy Potter Forward of Thanks Johnny Shark Forward We wish to thank each and SEVENTH GRADE everyone for their kindness Raynor Mullins Guard shown during the illness and The Coach is Henrv Ed death of our husband and fa- .XT TIT ! t vvngn oi iNeon. we are lor- th , ve espedal-tunat' Mel . fa Ta having a large team , . in xy wam. 10 anK the ministers nnd h0Ko0 wm a ucilci uu for words our hour va out xuri, the Craft Fimpral Home for their thoughtfulness, Young: Gets to those who helped care for him in his last days, to those 10 Killing A bitter trial ended in sentenc who brought food, or sent flowing of Janie Young ers, to all we are indeed gratethis week as a jury handed her ful. May the Lord bless each of a sentence in the pistol you. Elva Taylor, Andrew Tayslaying of Irvine Combs of Lo- lor, Willie Taylor, Martha Bow-enthair. Mary Hart, Dicey RichardThe trial was a climax to the November docket of cases to be son. tried and ended a close observNEW CHURCH OF ance of county spectators in Ihis REGULAR BAPTISTS rare occurrence of criminal A new Church has been established near Logan Gap in STOVES NEEDED Knott County "The Mt. Top Do you have an extra coal Church of Regular Baptist". The stove that is not being used' preachers will be John Wooton, The Regular Baptist Orphanage Henley Turner, Denver Tolliver at Smoot Creek is badly in need and others. Any one can drive of four stoves, two a car to the church and people larger type and two smaller ones everywhere are cordially invited are needed. Haulage of stoves to to come out and hear some of Orphanage will be furnished the ablest preachers in the free. Call The Mountain Eagle .Eastern Hills of Kentucky this for further details. week end. Card ei z z: Janie Years In ld OVER JANE PARKER O WARWICK Thin Folks favor gifts of food . . . particularly when they can choose for themselves! Delight your friends with an A&P Gift Certificate available in sums of $1 and $5 . . . your A&P manager will be glad to provide as many as you need from now 'til Christmas! Fruit Cake cellobag-3- AC AC AC AC AC NO ! On Football Team At Fort Knox, Ky. (5,tsi69) S& W FINE FOR BROHJNG Halibut Steaks Potatoes all-purp- ' select an LB. Because meat represents about 25 of your food budget, it's important to know . . . A&P's "Super-Right- " Quality is a reliable standard of top meat value. "Super-Right- " assures yon that whatever you choose at AaP is Quality Right . . . Controlled Right . . . Prepared Right . . . Sold Right and Priced Right. Apples Oranges Grapefruit DUNCAN Idaho Potatoes u.s. f Yours HOW ss 1955 62 40 146 190 153 0 BERT FIELDS Dec. 16 Open. Dec. 22123 Chris. Turn 29 v PICNIC STYLE menu-succe- Total to Unit Bert Fields, age 34 years, died at his home at Ouicksand on 6 45 25 29 CANS 2 Make wat-cam- AC Lin. Ft. Rods Be granted authority to operate have had the victory. an additional taxicab in the viIhe 1955-5schedule as fol cinity of Whitesbure. She al- - lows: reaay operates one vehicle in Dec. 6 Elkhorn City Home Dec. 9 Fleming There town. Dec. 13 Stuart Rnhinsnn Home SUPER RIGHT '0 Leg ( LB-AV- The Soil Scientist made maps of 10 696 acres of land in jjtch. er Countv in fiscal vear 1955. Below are shown soil and e er conservation that have been completed in fiscal year 1955 and what has been completed up untii june i955 Practices applied on District Coooerators Farm with srs . sistance in Letcher County: MI AC AC GRANTED AUTHORITY JENKINS BASKETBALL TO OPERATE TAXICAB SCHEDULE Frankfort, Ky. Examiner J The Jenkins High School Bask- Carl Rosskopf of the State De partment of Motor Transporta etball Team has played two (2) tion today recommended that games this season. To our sor--1 Mrs. John A. Craft, Whitesburg, row Leatherwood and Lvnch YOU CAN PUT YOUR TRUST IN "Super Right" Quality MEATS PQ Pond Cnnstmntinn Terracing Diversion Ditch Drainaee Land Clearing Waterway Development Tile Drain Hedgerow Planting . i 2 Sweet Pickles DANDY WHOLE School Day Peas Oleomargarine sure good Delmonte Sliced Pineapple t $ T 00 I m EXCEPT ANCEL FOOD i "NT Specialist Kincer. a clerk in Headquarters Company, entered the Army in April, 1954 and re- ceived basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. Kincer is a 1950 graduate of Fleming High School. He attend- ed Pikeville Junior College. 4 Apple Sauce TGtnato Juice A&P o o"-?5-$lo- as s219) bag A&P can a&p sultana ViUtKIUII Coffee r erators. re-o- one-fourt- 5 sft- ( within the nex tfew years. Six conservation plans are applied mcc rti.vinrv Soil Conservation Service gave technical assistance on the farm to 219 Letcher County farmers in planning and apply-. mg meir conservation programs. Technical assistance was given into 73 farmers in caring out tain ACP practices of SCS coop- THE GREAT ATLANTIC I fACIFIC TEA COMPANY l9 . 10. Eolia, Ky., Dec. 2. 1955. To The Editor of The Tt. Eagle, Dear Editor: I understand that you are giving a free subscription to original subscribers. My name is Linda McDaniel, my husband was Lewis McDaniel now deceased. We have been subscribers to The Mountain Eagle for more than forty years. I am the daughter of Elbert Hall and Jane S. Hall. My parents have been dead for several years. I am 72 years old, and have been in poor health for a number of years. I certainly enjoy reading the good old Eagle and appreciate it very much. Yours truly, Mrs. L. C. McDaniel. 10-ye- ar s, coal-heatin- g

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