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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE W HI TESBURG , KENTUCKY LETCHER COUNTY. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971 Jenkins SHOPPING CENTER IN DOWNTOWN JENKINS HAS NEW OWNERS; MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC OPENS By MADELYN COMBS It hai been nice talking to several ladies in the Jenkins area lately. Even though I don't know some of them personally, we live so close together I feel like they are my neighbors. A few of them had children that went to high school with my son and daugh Sympathetic wishes are sent to Jim Revis and family In the death of his father, Frank on March 26th. Mr. Re-v- is died unexpectedly on March 26 th, at his home in Detroit, of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife Gertrude, four sons, and twelve grandchildren. The body was taken to Sparta, Tenn., for funeral ter, Mickey and Wade Combs, and I believe we met sometime during the years. Several have been calling their news into me, and I appreciate this because when you call it makes it easier for me. I thank the ones who have subscribed for The Mountain Eagle, and hope you enjoy the Letcher County news. RE-ELE- Re-v- is, CT Raymond Collins and her daughter. Paige, of Lexington, and their son Danfuneral and they wish to thank iel from UK. The Dotsons' other son, Eskie Gene, has been all their friends in Jenkins for living In Battle Creek, Mich., their kindness and the beautiful flowers they sent. bt seve al years. He and his wife have a Congratulations to Sharon old baby daughter. Collins and Jerry Puckett, who I haven't seen the new counwere married at Clintwood, Va., on Saturday, March 27th. try club in Jenkins but everyone who has talks about how pretty Sharon is the daughter of Mr. It is. Dinner is served through and Mrs. Wayne Collins of the week at the Nlnteenth Jenkins and Jerry is the son of Hole, and buffet style In the Mr. and Mrs. Litz Puckett of dining room on Sundays. Burdine. Several persons atDewey and Marie Looney- - are tended the wedding and reception which was held at the visiting for a while with their daughter, Mickey Bell and Collins home following the wedding. The couple plan family, in Bloomington, Ind. to make their home in JenGlad to hear that Cuba Short kins. of Neon is better after having There is a new mental health a bad sick spell. She is at clinic in Jenkins. The clinic the home of her daughter, Mrs. is located in a portion of the Joe Ray Day, in Dearborn, Jenkins hospital. Mich. R. Percy Elkins and John Rosemaiy Baker of Dayton Larkin Smith of Hazard are the spent last week with her grandnew managers of the Western parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Shopping Center in Jenkins. Elkins, Sr. , in Jenkins. RoseWhen you are in town stop by mary is the daughter of Tom You and see their new store. and Betty Baker. may want to buy something and Glad to hear that Johnny Royour business will be appreberts is back at home and dociated. ing fine after having an eye Get well wishes are sent to transplant at the Jewish HospiJames H. Kilgore's mother, tal in Louisville. Rosa Kilgore, a patient in St. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Mary's hospital in Norton. Buster (Ann) Brown and family Congratulations to Kenny and in the death of her father, ln Pam Baker of Jenkins, who are Jurlch last week . Mr. proud parents for the firs time. Jurich died at Paintsville after Their baby daughter was born a long illness. The body laid Hospital on March at Jenkins in state at Craft and Polly 30th and has been named Funeral Home in Jenkins. FuShawna Mae Kolleen. neral services were held in the So sorry to hear that Pam's chapel, with burial at Baker mother, Mrs. Hurley Mullins, Cemetery in Payne Gap. died a few days before the Here to attend the funeral baby was born. Also surviving were all of the Jurich children, is Mr. Mullins and a son, RodNick Jurich and family of ney, of Hyden. This family Dunham, Steve Davis and my deepest sympathy. has family of Kingsport, and Mary Junior Tackett from Florida lurich and family from Mt. spent a few days visiting his Sterling, Ohio. sister, Mrs. Herbert Adams, There was a house full of and family at Burdine. company at the home of Mr. Billie DeSimone, Maxine and Mrs. T. H. Fleming in Naramore, and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins last Sunday. Visiting Griffith visited on Thursday them were Mrs. Fleming's with Nancy Manning in Jenkins. brother and wife, Mr. and RoGlad to hear that Acie Mrs. Bob Potter of Elkhorn, bert Adkins is doing fine after Mr. Fleming's brothers, Rohaving surgery to remove a bert Fleming of Indianapolis finger after a mine accident. and Glen Fleming of Elkhorn, The surgery was performed at Buyon and a brother-in-laPike-vill- e. Methodist Hospital in Phipps of Elkhorn and a nephew and his family, Colbert Pearl Holbrook of Burdine Mullins, from Caney Creek. was taken to Pikeville on WedMr. and Mrs. T. N. Flemnesday for a checkup by the ing visited with Mrs. Fleming's doctor who operated on her cousin, Bert Reed, a patient j few weeks ago. in Whitesburg hospital, on Members of the Boy Key Wednesday. Club of Jenkins High School Mr. and Mr s. Henry Sewell left on Thursday to spend the spent a few days recently visitweek end in Chattanooga, ing in Louisville with their Tenn. They were chaperoned daughter and family, Mr. and to the annual convention by Mrs. James F. Tucker, Tish three male adults, R.C. Minand Pam. or, Ted Baumgardener, and Another one of the Sewells' Gary Warrix. The Key Club daughers, Pat, was home part Is a junior unit of the Kiwanis of this week from Cincinnati. Club. The Methodist Choir in JenDid you know that our bodies kins will present a cantata on are just the houses we live in? Good Friday evening at 7:30 When you look at a person o'clock. The title is Seven you only see his features. The Last Words, and the public is real person is invisible. invited to attend at the MethHappy birthday wishes to odist Church. Elbert Bailey of Potters Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Maynard who celebrated his 81st birthand son of Lexington spent day on April 3rd. 's last week end with Mrs. Jenkins', like McRoberts', parents, Mr. and Mrs. dream of a new school is finHershel Chllders. ally becoming a reality. ConDavid and Linda Howard of struction is well underway Columbia, Tenn., attended on their new high school, loservices at the Methodist cated above the football field Church in Jenkins last Sunday. across the road from the PhilThe public Is invited to atlips 66 garage. tend a sunrise service starting Minnie Wright of Wilston, at 6 a.m., Easter Sunday, at Ohio, spent several days visitthe Freewill Baptist Church in ing her brother, Ballard Webb, Dunham. on Potters Fork. She also visThe singing Shepphards from ited Jesse Wright and family Wilmore, Ky., will be at the and Henry and Nell Wright. Methodist Church in Jenkins Get well wishes are sent to on April 13. The public is Mrs. Sam (Hattle) Chandler, invited to attend the sacred who spend a few days In the concert starting at 7 p.m. hospital at Wise. We are never ready for Week end visitors with Mr. death when it comes to our and Mrs. Eskie Dotson were their daughter. Janet Rambo, (Continued on Page 13) services and burial. Revis The Jim family attended the th Lu-b- Your State Representative w, It is very important that Letcher County have a State Representative in the House of Representatives in Frankfort. It is more important that you have a friend. Raymond Collins has been tried, and no one, yes I mean no one, can say that he hasn't been a friend to Letcher County. He worked for the betterment of the schools. He sponsored the "Black Lung" bill for disabled miners. He sponsored a bill to allow exemption of up to $6, 500 on our older people an their property taxes. May-nard- Remember that Raymond Collins is your neighbor, and he will help you regardless of how poor you are or how rich, black or white, high or low, bond or free, Jew or Greek, it makes no difference to Brother Ray. in the Primary on May 25, 1971, on the Republican Ballot for Raymond Collins Is a vote for your A vote own interest (Paid foe by Raymond Collins)

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