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Image 11 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), April 22, 1971

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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE . . . LETCHER COUNTY, WHITESBURG, KENTUCKY . APRIL 22, 1971 THURSDAY, . . .. 11 Whitesburg: Flora Blair is 86... Circle discussesilssues By RACHEL MOORE Mike Conatser, Lexington, recent visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conatser. Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Watson, Southfield, Michigan, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Elizabeth Antonette,. bom Saturday, April 10. The Watsons have one other childjohn, age five. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Moncrief, Jr. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Watson of Isom. Mrs. Troy Stallard was In Chicago recently to attend a was a chemical conference. Mrs. Emmett Fields has returned home after a three -week visit in Knoxvllle, Tennessee, and Columbia, S. C. In Knoxvllle she visited her nephew, Bronston Burke, and in South Carolina with her son. Burke, and family. Cossie Qulllen and Jeff Mays are patients in the Whitesburg hospital. Their many friends w isb them a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Webb were In Lexington on Friday. Mr. Darvin Smith and Mr. Ronald Polly spent several days last week in Lexington and Louisville. AIRMAN JACK G, STAND IF ER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Standlfer, Whitesburg, has been assigned to a unit of the Strategoc Air Command at Barksdale AFB., La., for training as a security policeman following competlon of bafic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He is a 1970 graduate of Whitesburg High School. Revival Services The First Baptist Church of Jenkins announced it will hold revival services nightly at 7 p. in., April 2. Evangelist will be Rev. Bill F. Mackey, of Whitesburg. Music director will be Leroy Porter, of Letcher. 26-M- ay Gospel Singers The Zlmmermans, three gospel singing sisters from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, will perform at the Sandlick Presb terian Church on Saturday, April 24, at 7 p.m., and on Sunday, April 25, at 11:30 a.m. George Davidson will preach. Den Mothers Honored Mrs. Lois Short, Mrs. Josie Smallwood. and Mrs. Mattle Fern Brown, Whitesburg. all received Den Mother awards for their work with Pack 73 at the annual appreciation dinner of the Lonesome Pine Council, Boy Scouts, held at the country club in Jenkins April 16. Mrs. Flora Blair celebrated her 86th birthday recently and had her four children present for the occasion. Mrs. Blair received calls from her two grandsons, Ardell Craft in California, and Lovell Craft in Vermont, and also a call from their father, Martin Craft of Detroit. Present were Mrs. Martin Craft, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Blair, Cincinnati, O.; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blair and Miss Doris Blair of Whitesburg. Others present were Mrs. Annie Delph, Mrs. Ben Blair, Jr., Mrs. Lester Hammock, Mitzi Hammock, Mrs. Andrea Collins and Mrs. Chalmer NOBODY WANTS T0j BE IN THIS BED BUT.. One out of every seven Kontucklans reading this ad will be in the hospital this yearl Craft. Mrs. George M. Adams (Aunt Poppi e) is a patient in the Harlan Hospital after receiving a broken hip in a fall several days ago. Mrs. Adams had been In Florida visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Adams and family, and was on her way home with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clay when the accident occurred. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ison, Oscaloosa, called on Mrs. Flora Blair on Sunday afternoon. Luncheon guests of Mrs. Ed Moore on Wednesday were Mrs. Jack Hammock and Mrs. Carl And illness and accidents strike when least expected without concern of financial position. If you are that one person out of seven who will be hospitalized this year, make certain you have Quality Health Care Benefits which help meet the cost of today's health care select: BLUE CROSS FOR HOSPITAL SERVICES B. Banks. Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. Sam Webb were guests of Mrs. Bill Jordan for a coffee on Saturday afternoon at her home. The occasion was honoring Mrs. Drex Davis. Several laides attended and enjoyed the hospitality and lovely weather. Jack G. Passmore of Norton has been named to the dean's list of dist inguished students students for the first semester of 1970-7- 1 session of the University of Virginia school of engineering and applied science. Named to the list were 311 students. To be eligible a student must have at least a "B" average and have taken 15 or more hours of work. Young Passmore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pass-mo- re of Norton and grandson of Mrs. A. C. Jenkins of Whitesburg. Mrs. John H. Polly is visiting in Lexington this week with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Blair, Mr. Blair and sons. Visiting in Lexington recently and having dinner at the Continental Inn were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kincer, Miss Seldom Wright, Mrs. Gladys Stallard, Mrs. Paul Berchtold, Huntington, W. Va., Mrs. Delano Thomas, and son Dale. The group enjoyed chatting with Mary Jo Dorton, an entertainer at the Continental and formerly of Millstone. Mr. and Mrs. Duke Pratt and Mrs. Inez Pratt Collins were in Las Vegas, Nevada, last week to attend the funeral of Paul Pratt. Easter auests of Mr. and M Henry Bates were Donald Bates and daughters, Beverly and Arminta, of Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Mrs. Bill Kincer and Mrs. Troy Stallard attended a Presbyterian conference in Winchester on Saturday. Beta Sigma Phi met on Thursday evening at the home of Anna Ruth Estep. Those present were Janet Tucker, Irene Smith, Madonna Qulllen, Banks, Sally Webb, Mary Polly, Earlene Williams, Delta Craft and Margaret Evans. Mrs. Forrest Brown was hostess to the Bell Bennett Circle of the United Methodist Church at the church on Thursday evening. Miss Ann Bradley presented the program, and gave se -veral thoughts about using our spare time wisely. A short discussion of pollution, ecology (Convuiued on Page 14) Lo-re- tta Jl I"!w fO-J- L'U " YJ'J.'.. 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