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St THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE . . . WHITESBURG, LET CHER COUNTY, Services held at Roxana for Mrs. Caudill s Funeral service! for Mn. Katie Callahan Caudill, wife of Willie Caudill, were conducted June 5 at Tolion Creek Regular Baptist Church at Roxana by Elders Mama lion, 1. D. Back and Herman Caudill. Burial was In the Whltaker cemetery at Roxana. Mrs. Caudill died June 3 at the Harlan hospital after a three -week illness. She was 79. She was a daughter of Hirqm and Sally Caudill CaUihan. She was a member of the Old Regular Bap- By Al Mrs! nigH' Mr. Tho! lei 1 Natt Mb1. Qui) Delt Mia Mrs", Mrs' Mrs Priri Pott Lad Jim" Ted and M Mr. and Mic ial ' tist Church. Early in life she was married to Thomas Stamper, who died, and later to Arlie Cornett, who also died. Twenty-fiv- e years ago she married Willie Caudill, who survives her. She is survived also by the fol KENTUCKY . . THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965 . . . . PAGE 4 f lowing children: Willie Stamper, n nt Nova Whltaker. Roxana; Nora Day, Kingscreek; f!hleaoor Hiram Mirn Stamper, Chicago; Oakley Stamper, g, MCtienry, in.: rouy Ann Niles, 111.; Rose O'Nan, Jeffersonvllle. Ind. ; Ira Cornett, Lawrenceburg; Edward Cornett, Bristol, Wis. ; Alta Metcalf, Thomasville, Ga.; seven stepchildren, Mrs. Ollie Fields and Mrs. Eva Ison, both of Roxana; George Caudill, Whitesburg; Charlie Caudill, Vicco; Kerney Caudill, Ohio; Boyd Caudill, Indiana; and Marian Caudill, Pennsylvania; and two half sisters, Mrs. Mary Callahan and Mrs. Nora Callahan, both of Roxana. Moore and Craft Funeral Home handled funeral arrangements. rrM-ao- nttn nem-merlln- BIG-BI- G DOUBLE-DOO-R I4 J REFRIGERATOR-FREEZE- Cubic Foot R Big 14.1 cu. ft capacity with 109-lfreezer. Automatic defrosting refrigerator section. e door with built-i- n egg racks, butter keeper. b. Super-storag- MILLION-MAGNE- T door seals tightly at a touch. Opens easily.- Funeral rites held for James S. Fields Funeral services for James S. Fields, 79, were conducted Sunday at the McRoberts Regular Baptist Church by Elders James Wright. Henry welch, Bill Sparks and Ismay Sparks. Burial was in the Lewis Cemetery at Whitesburg. Mr. Fields died June 3 at the Whitesburg Hospital. Mr. Fields was a son of Joe and Nannie Caudill Fields. He was a member of the McRoberts church. Mr. Fields was married early in life to Eleanor Day, who died. In 1919 he was married to Jane Mul-lin- s, who survives him. Other survivors besides his wife are four sons, Denver Fields, St. Louis, Mo. ; Ralph Fields, Toledo, Ohio; Raymond Fields, Science Hill; and Lovell Fields, Louisville; six daughters, Mrs. Vada Caudill, Warsaw, Ind. ; Mrs. Minnie Howell, Langley; Mrs. Nannie Hawkins, Sydney, Ohio; Mrs. Ruby Prater, west Carrollton, Ohio; Mrs. Eunice Sturgill, Ermine; Mrs. Euna Caudill, Whitesburg; a bro Look at ther, Ambrose Fields, Whitesburg; a sister, Maggie Stamper, Warsaw, Ind., 46 grandchildren and 32 NEW Moore and Craft Funeral Home handled funeral arrangements. Hall baby LOW succumbs Jeffery Hall, day old son of John and Mary Roberta Quillen Hall, died June 3 at the Whitesburg hospital. Funeral services and burial were held June 4 at the family ceme-- PRICES. tery. Survivors besides the parents are five sisters and three brothers. Moore and Craft Funeral Home had charge of funeral arrange- Vf el IrodMMitf CA WHtirOOl ami fCA bf Wlurtpoot trrHmm. ontfciriixl br MitvfoitnM Ccrfmmtem, Corpofolion f AiMtica. ments. HELP WANTED IDLE HOURS make OOYER'S dollarswhen you use this time showing Avon Cosmetics. We show you how. Write Lucille Hensley, Box 454, Harlan, Kentucky. these used car bargains today!! SPECIAL VACATION tl ti li c 2 f; b I I r ( JORDAN MOTOR CO. Jenkins, Ky. Phone 832-20See Bill Jordan for that Used Car Bargain 00 dm SPECIAL 1961 Corvair 700 ifiliZc $895.00 CHECK THESE BARGAINS 1962 Trans' ? 1964 Dodge Dart Chrysler Imperial i&fiSiS 1962 Comet 4 -- Door Automatic 1 Owner iiw mm mm COMPLETE KITCHENS PLUMBING and SUPPLIES $1595.00 1961 Rambler ii lVOi rIymOUtn IQfiD Transmission, 1 Owner Six Cylinder, Standard Transmission, 1 Owner -- rindnP OIA Standard transmission, extra UUUye nlce 3oi00omiies SPECIALS: $1195.00. $ 995. 00 $ 995. 00 $ 895.00 22-in- ch 695.00 $ 1959 Rambler 2 -- Door American, Standard Transmission $ 495. 00 1959 Mercury 9 -- passenger $ 795. 00 $75.00 Cash Stop by today and make us an offer 30 Cars and Trucks to choose from 1955 FORD bath less trim $99.95 bath, color, less trim $129. 95 66" sink with formica top $109.95 ece ece Standard transmission SPECIAL AND $2295. 00 1960 Valiant Station Wagon STEAM. WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEMS BATHROOMS 22-in- ch Station Wagon, Standard HOT WATER. gravity furnace $219. 95 forced air furnace $369.95 tabletop water heaters only $89.95 50-gall- on USE OUR LOW PRICES AND CONVENIENT TERMS STOP IN OR MAIL COUPON HQ nCgriy PLUMBING, PHONE 2621 GENTLEMEN: 1 am TO HEATING & BUILDING CONT WHITM1URO, inttrtittd in your frtt tiUmatt on horn Improvtmtntt. NAME STREET STATE ( CITY .PHONE KY. ,

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