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

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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE LETCHER COUNTY, WHITESBURG. Williams Mrs. Bryant dies work! will THURSDAY, KENTUCKY Funeral services for Mrs. Jackie Ramona Bryant, 42, were held at the residence in Neon on Sunday, April 4. Mrs. Bryant, daughter of Dlshman and the late Lucy Ann Hall, died April 1 In the Whitesburg hospital. She was survived by her husband, Wafard Bryant, and two sons, Eddie Dean Bryant, Miamisburg, O., and Jeffrey Lee Bryant, at home, and six daughters--Rit- a Hall, Browns-burInd. ; Katheryn Ann Blair, Warren, Mich. ; Judy Bryant, Elinda Bryant, Sheila Bryant, and Deborah Lynn Bryant, all at home. Other survivors included a brother, Ernest Hall, Rose-vill- e, Calif. , and one sister. Armistice Morton, of Whitesburg. Blair Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Ministers were Roosevelt Bentley, Robert W ilson, Ozel Collins and Bernard Banks. Burial was in the Evergreen Cemetery, Whitesburg. g, ! To H APRIL 8. 1971 NOAH ANDERSON KILLED IN WRECK Funeral services for Noah Anderson, 22, were held at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Anderson, Cromona, on Sunday, April 4. Anderson was killed in a car wreck near Cumberland April 2. Besides the parents, survivors included 14 brothers Ray Anderand sisters--Bill- y son, Greenfield, Ind; Alice Faye Cvetnlch, Dunham; Clyde Anderson, Cromona; Charles Anderson, Newport; Donald Anderson, Cromona; Delmer Anderson, Greenfield, Indiana; Charmie Smith, of Kansas, and Ricky, Jacqueline, Glatha, Tammy, Randa, Melinda and Patricia Anderson, all of Cromona. Burial was in the family plot at Cromona. The Rev. Ted Anderson was the officiating minister. Polly-Cra- ft Funer Home was in charge of al fhe people of Letcher County and a portion of Harlan and Leslie Counties (the 90th District): ask for your vote and support in the oncoming May Primary Election. I that I'll live up to the principles of the Democrat party, by working hard for the I pledge to you principles that I I & believe in. will work for better income for f the aged, widows and orphans. I will work for higher quality in our educational system. will fight for more rural roads in our district and for the ones we have to be blacktopped. I promise you that I will not vote for any bill that will put an extra burden in my district. I I will stand up and fight for what is right and I will strongly oppose those things which are wrong. A New Service For Custom Draperies f Support Rudolph custom service includes in your home consultation and design service, flawless workmanship, and expert installation Doc9 Williams for State Representative Democrat (Paid far by Rudolph our complete William) Impeccably custom tailored to your taste and need. From simple draw draperies to the very important Festoons and Austrian shades . whatever it takes to make your home uniquely yours. Select from hundreds of norman's of Salisbury fabrics . . right in your home! . P IGMAN BROS. CLEANERS

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