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Image 3 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), April 8, 1971

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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE WHITESBURG, LETCHER COUNTY, KENTUCKY THURSDAY, APRIL 8. 1971 Whitesburg GARDEN CLUB MEETS AT LEWIS HOME, AWARDS PRIZES FOR EASTER HATS visiting in Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fields spent Lex-mThe Whitesburg Garden Clut several days last week in ingion. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Floyd Mercer Mrs. Emery Lewis on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cossie and Mrs. Richard Garber were Ouillen and Mr. and Mrs. larl in Louisville earlier mis wcc to attend a program on nutri Cox showed slides of Florida homes and gardens which they tion at the Executive inn. Misses Roselma Swift and had visited recentl y. Those Ruth Bridges have returned enjoying a buffet meal were from Uniontown, Pa., where Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Webb, faMr, and Mrs. Ted Yonts, Mr. they visited Miss Swift's who is ill. ther, and Mrs. Jack Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Adams is visitMrs. Cossie Quillen, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Day, Mr. and Mrs. ing with her son, Archie Reed Fields and family, in Chapel Maurice Lewis, Mrs. Zenneth Hill, N.C. Bentley, Mrs. Orval Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mullins Scott Day and Robert Lewis. and son, Mark, were week Members modeled their gaily end guests of Watson Mullins decorated Easter bonnets and Emery Lewis was declared win- and Mr. and Mrs. lames Brown. Mrs. William Wright and ner of the men's contest. Mrs. young daughter, Stephanie, Emery Lewis was the women's are visiting her mother, Mrs. winner. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moore are Iva Maggard, this week end. The Women's Society of in Portland, Ore. , this week. Christian Service of the United They are attending sessions of Methodist Church met at the the Little League Baseball church on Thursday evening. World Congress. Mrs. Forrest Brown, president, Mrs. John Paul Adams sufpresided. Miss Elline Salyer fered severe burns this week gave the devotional, "Looking while working in a local res" Miss Toward the Cioss. taurant. Clara Shaw, program chairGuest of Mrs. Anne Banks last man, recited the very interestweek end was Miss Margaret " ing story of The Maker of Faye Collier of Lexington. the Cross, " by Dorothy Wilson. The Whitesburg Lions Club kindergarten visited WTCW last The Susannah Wesley Circle members were hostesses durThursday. Mrs. Boatright and ing the socia hour. Others her class wish to thank the present were Mrs. Joe Newell, staff for the warm reception Mrs. Kyle Campbell, Mrs. they received. William H. Blair, Mrs. Orval James Windus Hidvegi has reHughes, Mrs. Lizzie Williams, turned to Pensacola, Fla., Mrs. Virgil Blair, Mrs. Owen where he will be stationed Wright, Mrs. Nola B. Combs, with the U. S. Navy for the Mrs. Stephen Combs, Jr., next five months, after visitMist Virginia Goodwin, Mrs. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Rice, Mrs. Cecil Webb, James Hidvegi. Also a house-gue- st Mrs. U is Hunsucker, Mrs. of the Hidvegis was Miss Dan Combs, Miss Nadine Sandy Quisenberry of LexingAnderson, Mrs. lames Brown, ton. Mrs. Glenn Smith, and guests Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mrs. Frest Gentry and Mrs. Maggard and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dueck. Back last week were Mrs. Lora H. Riddle of Waynesburg and Howard Hale of CincinMRS. SLONE DIES By RACHEL MOORE et I '1 MEDRA NATALIA BLAIR B lair-Robins- on wedding planned Mrs. Golda Baskey, of Lexington, and Mr. Estill Blair, Whitesburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Medra Natalia Blair, to William Ronnie Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, of Thornton. The wedding will take place April 30, at 6: 00 p.m., at trie First Baptist Church of Whitesburg. The reception will follow at the Fellowship Hall of the church. The custom of an open wedding is being observed; all friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. HURT IN CRASH Two Hot Spot residents were seriously injured in an automobile accident late yesterday afternoon. Lonnie Noble suffered a brp-ke- n spleen, and James Earl Noble sustained a fractured collarbone. A third person in the car, which ran into a pole, Charles Ison, was not seriously hurt. Double wedding planned in Ohio by Webb girls Mr. and Mrs. Earl Webb of 4331 Mozart Ave. Dayton, , O. , announce the engagements of their daughters, Evelyn June and Earle Diana Webb. Evelyn June will marry Paul David Ritchey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ritchey, of Franklin, Pa. She is a graduate of Wayne High School, anc' attended Hobe Sound Bible College, and is presently employed at Barney's Children's Medical Center. Her fiance was graduated from Point Pleasant Bible School and attended Salisbury Wesleyan Holiness Bible College. He is now em- ployed at the Dayton Ductile Iron Company. Earle Diana has become engaged to Gene Marshall Beatty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doral Beatty of Carlisle, O. She is i graduate of American Schooling, Chicago. The was gradual iture bridegroom ted from Greene Joint Vocational School, and is working now for Sorg Paper Co. The double wedding will take place on May 22 at 12:30 in the afternoon at the Wesleyan Evangelistic Church in Dayton. The two girls are the granddaughters of Dock Webb, former Mayking resident who is 1 nati. is Bronston Burke of Knoxville visiting Mi. and Mrs. Em-m- ett Fields this week. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Goins were William Floyd Goins, Haden Lake, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. James E. Goins, Louisville; Estelle Frazier, Premium; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cornett, Sassafras; Christine Cornett, Louisville; Louise Cornett, Russell and Patricia, Marion, Ind.; Venters Halcomb, Charlestown, Ind.; Frank Levis, Cumberland; Mr. and Mrs. Shade Frazier, Mary, Vickie and Shade III; Mr. and Mrs. Ivol Caudill, Teresa and Tim; James McKin ley Caudill, Creech and Dr. and Mis. Dow Collins, all of Whitesburg. Judge and Mrs. Astor Hogg of Frankfort were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lewis during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blocker are La-qu- Funeral services for Mrs. Genevia Slone, of Ocoee, Fla. , were held April 2 at the residence of Earl Adams at Isom. She was the daughter of Leonard and Ollie Adams Sexton, who survive. Other survivors included her husband, G. B. Slone, of Ocoee, Fla., and two sons, DeWayne and Teddy Wayne Slone, also of Ocoee. Also surviving were four brothers, Hagan and Denise Sexton, both of Ocoee; Tony Sexton, of New Lexington, O. , and Bennett Sexton, of Anderson, India na, and two sisters, Mildred Thornsbury, Eaton Rapids, Mich., and Elizabeth Brown, Anderson, Ind. Blair Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Ministers we e Rev. Fulton Coots and Rev. Chester Beley. Burial was in the family cemetery at Isom. WHITESBURG GIRLS WIN BIBLE DRILLS Two young Whitesburg girls were winners of the State Youth Bib le Drills at the Cedarmore Baptist Assembly March 27. Teresa Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baker of Whitesburg, won first place in the Older Youth State Bible Drills. Lucretia Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collins of Whitesburg, won the Younger Youth State Bible Drills. Both girls are members of burg. Blackey: DINNER HONORS BIRTHDAYS By CHARLES ANNE MULLIS Mrs. Mabel Riser and I went to Lexington to attend the din- ner honoring Tom and Pat Gish given by the University of Kentucky Journalism Department last Thursday night. I enjoyed it so very much, especially meeting Pat's mother. There were many other people there, some very well- - known and some not too well known. Everyone seemed to be very pleased with the fact that the Glshes were picked to be honored. No one deserved it more. The trip down was rough in my V. W. The wind almost blew us off the road and it rained on us all the way back home. One Friday evening Mr. Jim May, Clyde Back, Deb May and myself were honored with a delicious birthday dinner with a cake and all the trimmings. Those present were Mrs. Marie May, Mrs. Hesyer May, Mrs. Clyde Back, Mrs. C. B. Caudill, Mrs. Crittie Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Back and Keith, Mrs. May-woBack, Mrs. Nancy Blair and Cramer Mull is. Miss Aubrey Fields attended the Child Welfare League of America annual central regional conference in Indiana. She also visited with her kin-fo- lk stay. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dixon. Marlene Nichols celebrated her birthday with a pa jama party March 12 and a beautiful cake. Those at the p. j. party were Rhonda and Donna Hatton, Debbie Dixon, Debbie Blair, Nancy Parker, Sandy Back, Susanna Back. Also helping chaperone the party were Oma Nichols, Glema Cornett, Phyllis Dixon. All enjoyed the party so much. John Paul Nichols celebrated his eighth birthday March 24 and had little Marty Cornett spend the night and had cake and Ice cream with him. Woodrow Whltaker and Terry went to Norris Lake In Tennessee fishing Sunday. NOTICE may concern The Whitesburg Urban Renewal Authority gives notice of its intention to transfer title to Lots 10 and 11 of BJock A of its B. Moore. To whom it L. od while there. Mr. Bob Reese, to Mr. and Mrs. Deb May, son-in-la- w visited them over the weekend. Mr. Reese has been in Pennsylvania visiting with a very ill brother. He and his wife Barbara and two sons live In San Diego, Calif. Aunt Crittie Andrews has been very ill with strep throat. She is much better at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dixon have had their son Johnny and family here from Michigan this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dixon visited this weekend from Louisville with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dixon and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim May. Allen Dixon who has been living In Michigan Is now home to Louisville - District Director of Internal Revenue Robert J Dath, Louisville, reminded taxpayers they have only a few more days to file their individual income tax returns in order to meet the April 15 .leadline. Dath said last minute filing frequently results in costly errors and delays in the receipt of refunds. He encouraged taxpayers who have not filed to do so prior to the last minute rush. DON BROWN, Executive Director Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln C. LeMaster, Cromona, Ky., announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Kay, to Ralph Adams, son of Lois of Fleming. The wedding will be held at the Church of God, Neon, at 2:00 p.m. , April 17. No formal invitations will be sent. All friends and relatives are invited. . now living in New Carlisle, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Enoch R. Holbrook, former Sergent residents now residing in Dayton. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding. Teresa Baker and Lucretia Collins BIBLE CHAMPS EVELYN JUNE WEBB EARLE DIANA WEBB LINDA KAY LeMASTER

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