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Image 12 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), April 15, 1954

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I THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, WHITESBURG, KENTUCKY BLAIR BR. by Minnie Adams George Caudill is home from Richmond, Indiana. Friday night April 9th "was graduation night at Blair Branch School. Those graduating were Wayne Adams, Louise Dorothy Stallard, Joyce Adams and Ruby Lee Caudill. A nice enjoyable program was? performed by the class. Colly, Talks were made by Ray Virginia last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson Collins, Bill Adams and Steve of Benham visited Mr. and graduates Adams. accompanied by their teacher Mrs. Obie Stewart Sunday. a spent Howard Caudill went on a Mrs. Usley Adams home of few nights at the tour Saturday across Black Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blair. and Pine Mountains, taking She is at the home of her in a movie at the Alene daughter, Mrs. Watson Blair Theater spending most of the at the present time. She is day. All enjoyed the trip. not doing very well. (Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. We are glad that Mrs. Jim Adams and family and Mrs. Breeding is home from the Cinda Adams visited Mr. and hospital. She has improved Mrs. Arlie Gilkeson of West quite a lot from her sickness We hope she will be well The SAT. Night Ajpr. 1 THIS SHOW OXIA' ADULTS 54c CHILDREN FREE ADULTS 54c CHILDREN 20c ADMISSIONS DRIVE-I- N AVALrK-I- N OkSx A DOUBLE tSiAV. two of : yoyr favorite western stars .fn person I f i . j m 9 MONTE HALE STAR OF 100 REPUBLIC MOVIES 2.50 Hede Shears .75 Grass Hook 4.95 Sprinkler Hose 12.75 Wheel Barrow .'. 2.25 Garden Rake .....For 1.98 For .59 For 3.95 For 10.95 For 1.98 JM TrTJAl 7.50 Fishing Reel 1.45 Casting Line 6.00 Step Ladder For 5.77 For 1.09 For 4.44 Your HANNAH Paint Dealer Holstein Hardware Mine Supplies, Farm Implements Whitesburg, Kentucky , This is the end- - THEIR THRILUNG western SHOW! ALSO ON THE SCREEN "MISSOURIAN" Starring: Monte Hale. Also Cartoon and Short SUNDAY & MONDAY APRIL First Run In Whitesburg manual shifting -- of clutch expense -- of fuel waste -- of shock loading -- of skimpy power -- of stodgy looks -- of driver discomfort -- of - mm 18-1- 9 "3 Sailors And A Girl" Color by Technicolor Starring: Jane Powell, Gordon Macrae Gene Nelson. "Cartoon and News. We Have A New Low Admission Of 49c In The FREE. DRIVE-IN-CHILDRE- N er Starts Apr. 16- - Ends Apr, 24 pro-jpell- imp? PM-I- N by Gertrude Gamliill Mr. and Mrs. Weslev Wricht of the Camden Section had as their week end guest their grandson 1st. Lt. Wesley Jud-so- n (Jackie) Wrisht. Lt. Wright has been stationed in Juigland lor the past three years, but will be stationed in ttte state of Missouri for the time being. He expects to come back to Kentucky this summer for a visit with his soon. friends and relatives. Joyce Ann Shepherd a first Guests in thf home of Mr. grade pupil was hit by a car and "Mrs. W. R. Beverley on last Friday while on her way Saturday were Mrs. Murah home. She was not injured Hazelrigg from Paintsville, very bad. Ky. Mrs. Mae Mobayed and Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ket-terSYMPATHY EXTENDED TO from Ashland, Ky. They MR. AND MRS. SHORT were in town to attend the The Eagle, along with al school of Instruction and InLetcher County extend to Mr, spection of the Order of Eastand Mrs. Lester Short of ern Star held in the Masonic Blackey their sincere sym Hall. pathy in the loss of their only Our sympathy goes to the son, A-l-c Rudolph V. Short family of Madison Mullins Airman Short was killed re who departed from this life on cently in an airplane crash at Wednesday, April 7th. Pope Air Force Base. The Mrs. W. R. Jordan. Marv following letter was received Lynn and George Ed were by the bereaved parents: week end visitors in Lexington, Ky. A LETTER Our sympathy goes to Mrs. 37th Troop Carrier Sqdn. T. D. Vauehan in the loss of 316th Trop Carrier Group her brother, Milton Hager who departed from this life on FriSewart AFB, Tennessee day, April 9 in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Lester Short Ohio. Funeral services were Blackey, Kentucky Mr. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Short, held in Ashland, Ky., on MonIt will be difficult to convey day at 2:00 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Chewning to you the feeling of loss prevailing in this Squadron since are vacationing in Tallahasse. the death of your son, Airman Florida at the home of their First Class Rudolph V. Short. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank As deep as that feeling may Lewis. be here, we know that it must Mrs. H. L. Butdo was called be exceeded at home and with to Ft. Pierce, Florida, due to that thought in mind, the air- the illness of her father. The Senior Class of Jenkins men of the Squadron have convey to you High School and Sponsors asked that I their most sincere condolence. wish to express their appre I would like to tell you a ciation to individuals and little of Rudy's tour with us business firms for help to and the place he held in our make their trip to Washinghearts. Just a little less than ton and New York possible. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Houck a year ago, Rudy was assigned to the Squadron after; were week end visitors ofi arriving from Japan. In all relatives in Beckley, W. Va. Ihe World Friendship respects, your son lived up to the standards and tradition of Group t of the Methodist the Air Force. His likeable Church under direction of personality was compounded Mrs. Henry Sewell will pre with intelligence, common sent two taster Anthems at sense and outstanding ability the church at 10:44 A. M., Sunday April 18th. as a radio operator. Rudy was radio operator on Seth Kegan is in Washing a which was transport- ton, u. c, this week on busiing cargo from Pope Air Force ness. Base to Louisville, Ky., on . On Sunday evening, April March 30, 1954. The plane 18 at 7:30 p. m. the Jenkins had just taken off from Pope Choir of the Methodist Church Air Force Base when one of will present their annual the engines began to lose Easter Cantata. A cordial in- power. The pilot shut off the jvitation goes out to the pub lic. engine and feathered the On Saturday April 10 the so as to reduce drag ifrom that side. While at- Pine Mountain Chapter No. tempting to return and land 247 and Hester Chapter No. at Pope Air Force Base, the 54 Orders of pastern Star plane rapidly lost altitude, held their Annual Inspection finally striking the corner of at the Masonic Hall. A large a- building, hitting the ground number of members attended and crashing into a mess hall. the meeting throughout the, The casualty which cost us day, and at 6:00 P. M. adthe life of such a fine airman journed to the Methodist occurred in an instant, and, if Church and enjoyed a deliit may be of any consolation cious dinner prepared and to you, I would like to assure served by the Jenkins Senior you that Rudy experienced no Womans Club. physical anguish during its Mrs. Joe Eversole, Mrs. Louis Quick and Mrs. Dana course. Losses such as these can Long were recent shoppers in never be adjusted. That we Williamson, W. Va. all painfully know. The pain Guests in the home of Mr. of loss can be alleviated and Mrs. Charlie Cline over somewhat by the knowledge the week end were their that death came fast and clean daughter Betty Jo who is in and that before death, his life nurses training at Lexington, had been in keeping with the Ky., and Mrs. Frances Carlton highest ideals of the Armed and son George from AnderForces and the nation which son, N. C. iSforry to heap that Mrs. we serve. Your son's personal effects Oscar Nash is quite ill at this will be safeguarded and pre- writing. pared for shipment as soon as Hazel Wallen from Tacoma, Washington is a guest of her possible. Please feel free at all times mother, Mrs. Maude Wallen. to communicate with me or any member of the Squadron First Baptist Missions and be assured our sentiments run deeper than can ever be Still On The Move Mission points of the First stated. Baptist Church continue to Very sincerely yours, show an increase each SunCARL M. NELSON, day. This past week the Lt. Col. USAF seven mission points had a Commander. total of 404 in attendance with Uz leading the way with 98, CONTACT MAN TO Thornton Gap second with 73 APPEAR HERE TODAY Mr. D. B. Cook, a Contact and Hot Spot running a close Representative of The Ken- third with 70. tucky Disabled Totals for each mission was: Men's Board will be present Uz 98 on Thursday. Arnl 15. at the Thornton Gap 73 Court House in Whitesburg Hot Spot 70 to assist veterans and their Middle Thornton 49 dependents with claims for Pert Creek 33 benefits due them as a result Marlowe 43 of their military service. Crafts Colly 33 (He will be present from The local Sunday School 9:0 a. m. until 3:00 p. m. had 263 in attendance. i RAY IN JENKINS C-1- 19 YOUR RKO COWBOV cr THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 'hy be behind times and oay the penalty of working with an outmoded truck? The new GMG light-dut- y Drive, models with Truck Hydra-Mati- c high compression engines, smart styling and luxury cabs cost very little more to buy and much less to run than old style trucks. For your pride, your convenience and your pocketbook, come see and drive a GMC first! -- Standard t stmt mtdils; tpthnalat tstra ml em Be careful drict safeb ctktrs Ex-Servi- ce Fields Motor Company Caroline Ave. You'll do Whitesburg, Ky. belter on a used truck with your GMC dealer- -

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