THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE. WHITESBURG.
Bellew were, recent guests at community to be proud of.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ihe banquet was truly one
of the most successful and
Mrs. Alvin Parsons of
Detroit is the guest of her 10th Dist. P.-A.
daughter, Mrs. Iva Maggard
The Tenth District PTA
Recent guests of Mr. and Conference, held at WhitesMrs. C. D. Lynch at Marlowe
were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn opened by March 26th,to was
Spradlin and son, David of flag led by salute
Russell Springs, Ky.
After an inspiring
devotional by the Reverend
Ben P. Sergent spent part Clel Rodgers, delegates were
of last week at his home in made
welcome by Supt., Dave
Kesponse was made
by Mrs. Corbett. Flannery,
Mr. and Mrs. Burley Hale Acting District
of Louisville are visitors in program of
music by the Glee
Club, led by Mrs. Bill Owens,
Rev. L. O. Griffith of was greatly enjoyed.
Atlanta, former pastor of the The Tenth District is fortu
i?irst iiaptist Church of nate in its choice oi a new
Whitesburg was a week end Vice President. She is Mrs.
visitor in town. He occupied James Brown of Whitesburg,
the pulpit of the Baptist our efficient treasurer. The
Church on Sunday evening. delegates reacted hilariously
APRIL 15, 1954
structor announced that the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams
band had received an invita- - who have been living in Lex- tion to appear in a marching ington for the past year have
contest in Huntington. Fol- - moved back to their home on
lowing the business session College Hill. The people of
delicious punch and cookies Whitesburg welcome them
by Mfs. Cecil Webb
Women of the Presbyterian
The afternoon Circle of the
Women of the Presbyterian'
Church met at the home oi
Mrs. D. W. Little on Monday
atertioon for the April
Mrs. Joe Romeo presented
"Stephen the First Martyr."
She gave the devotional from
the 6th Chapter of Acts. Mrs.
S. W. Cox and Mrs. C. A.
Lingle gave interesting discussions relative to the subject. Following the program,
a most delightful social hour
was spent with the hostess
serving a refreshment plate
to the following: Mesdames:
at the home of Mrs. Virgil
Picklesimer for the 'April
xne devotional was given
, ? 5.
by Mrs. Leonard Lewis, taken
from John 12:20-2followed
by prayer. Mrs. A. C. Adams
led the program on "The
Carver School of Missions and
Social Work," which, is lo
cated in Louisville, and was
founded by the Women's
Missionary Union of Kentue
MISS VERA ZIMMERMAN
Mrs. French Hawk and
"NURSERY CLINIC TO BE
Mrs. Leonard Lewis sans a
HELD 'AT LOCAL CHURCH
duet, "We Would See Jesus".
Louisville, Ky., A series of
Mrs. Virgil Picklesimer dis
"nursery clinics" will be held
cussed the "Carver School of
between April 19 and 30 in ten
Missions and their work," and
churches of the Methodist
Mrs. W. G. Holbrook dis
Kentucky Conference, it has
Kv Tlr T T
Joe Romeo, S. W. Cox, C. A. cussed the "Missionaries Task,
Lingle, A. J. Leach, Frank and Training," and Mrs. W. I.
iSnapp, Paris, executive secKentucky's bass fishing- Is rated by the people who know as one of the
Caudill, Cro Caudill, John M. Vermillion told how the stu(best in the country. These anglers, In backing up their claim, point to
Guests of Dr. Owen Pigman which the teachers so gener retary of the Kentucky Con
Adams, Bradley Bentley, B. C. dents thanked the teachers, at the Pine Mountain Hotel
ference Board of Education. iproof such as this excellent string taken at Lake Cumberland, la
southeast Kentucky. The bass are also plentiful In Kentucky Lake and
Bach, Bill K. Blair, Alpha; for their training and guid--an- on Monday evening were Rev. ously agreed to enact again
The clinics will be for par
their traditional fighting spirit presents a real challenge. The morning business ses ents and church-schooat this mission school. J. A. McKenrv. Evangelist at
Hart, Robert Fike and Mrs.
sion was followed by a deli- ers who
The group sang, "Know the Methodist Church: Ben
have children under
The evening Circle met at Our Kentucky" (tune of My Underwood, Music Director: candietd sweet of baked ham, four years of age.
the home of Mrs. Bradley Old Kentucky Home). Mrs hRev, E. H. Barnett, Orval; lima beans, tossed salad,baby Miss Vera V. Zimmerman,
Bentley on Monday. The de- Bob Stansberry led in the nugnes. Cecil Webb, Jimmie rolls,
Tenn., will con
strawberry sundae, Nashville, of
votional was presented by
Marlowe, Dr. Carl Pigman cookies, milk and coffee, duct each
the clinics. She
Mrs. Lee Moore with Mrs. After a short business ses and Dr. Lee Moore.
is a representative of the' Chilcooked by the ladies of the
Marvin Holbrook giving the sion, delicious refreshments
dren's Division of the Methwere served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Delmos Pig lunchroom, and served by the odist Board of Education.
program from the 6th chapter
JjtfilAi girls under the super'Mesdames:
Ted Bentley. man announce the birth of a
The clinic will foe held in
vision of Miss Dugan.
Whitesburg Methodist Church
Following the program, a M. D. Lewis, French Hawk, daughter, Linda Gayle, weight
During the afternoon ses- on April 28.
social hour was enjoyed with Ray Venters, Leonard Lewis, 6
sion, Mrs. Ferdinand Moore
Kermit Combs, Bob Stans
Mrs. Bentley serving delicious
All of the clinics will be
cherry pie, topped with whip- berry, W. I. Vermillion, Pvt. Kenneth Pigman, U. S. gave the Courtesy Committee held from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.,
report, stating that 78 memArmy is on furlough at the
ped cream and coffee to the Hiram Williams, Walter
A. C. Adams, Burley home of his parents, Mr. and bers were registered with 14 BAND BOOSTERS
following: Mesdajnes Jack
Swisher, Lee Moore, Marvin Hale, McKinley Day, Andrew Mrs. Jasper Pieman. Pvt. Units represented. Local unit CLUB MEETS
Holbrook, C. A. Lingle, Adams, John Marcum, W. G. Pigman expects to sail for reports were then presented,
SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHS COST $6.50
telling of the progress made met in. Band band room for a
Audra Pigman, Raymond Day, Holbrook, Benton Sergent and the Far East at a later date. by
the individual PTA's. Con business meeting on Tuesday
Yes you can get the best in photo
Bill Kincer, D. W. Little.
Mrs. August Codispoti of ference speaker, Mr. Talmage evening. Mrs. James Brown,
Follace Fields, Alpha Hart Picklesimer.
graphy at Wainscott's-F- or
A Price that
Winchester is spending the Mutt, who is Area Principal the president conducted the
and Yarlette Swisher, Doris
of the Cumberland
Area business session. 'The main
beats most special coupon deals.
Those from the Whitesburg
holidays' at her Schools,
Banks, Betty Little and Emma
was introduced by topic for discussion was the
First Baptist Church who at home in Whitesburg.
Mr. Boggs. His subject "The
One Large 8x10 Size Portrait And Six
tended the State Convention
band uniform fund drive
was a most
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomp- of Baptist Woman's Mission
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bennette Road Ahead," stimulating in which is progressing nicely.
Billfold Size For Only $6.50.
talk $100.00 was reported as colson are not living in the Dun- ary Union of Kentucky, last and family have returned to teresting and
Four Poses To Select From.
can home on Watt Long week at the Walnut Street their home in Dayton, Ohio with regard to the future of lected since the lastjneeting.
the Minimum Foundation Pro It was announced "that the
Baptist Church in Louisville after a visit with Mrs.
Branch which they recently
purchased and remodeled. were: Mrs. Lawrence Lewis,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. gram. Mr. Huff emphasized VFW would donate one comthat all people interested in plete uniform. Plans were
Mrs. Jack Burrow, of Wash Mrs. A. C. Adams, Mrs. Ray Dave Jarrett.
children must meet to discuss,
Opposite Methodist Church
Venters, Mrs. Lester Hamington, daughter of Mr. and
then notify their formulated be for theMiddles- Mr. and Mrs. Fondy Adams plan, and at
Mrs. Thompson will return to mock and Mrs. Bob Owens.
Main Street Whitesburg
Frankfort as to Festival
her home soon after a months Those attending from Flem of Hazard were week end legislators
Open Tues. Thurs. &'Sat. 11 a. m. 4 p. m.
their ambitions for the schools boro romJril, 29
ing Baptist Church were Rev. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
visit with her parents.
xaor DanQ ln"
and Mrs. Calvin Fields.
Cornett and Mr. and Mrs. Joe need.
Isaac M. Hall student at
The Baptist WMS Business meets the third Tuesday of
The meeting was adjourned
UK will arrive home on Mrs. Ray Venters was the
meeting is held on the second each month at 3.00 o'clock at
after Hazard was chosen for
Thursday to spend the Easter guest last week of her son
Wednesday of each month at the Band Room. Mrs. Jim
the Fall Conference. Directholidays with his parents, Mr. Gene Pendleton and Mrs.
2:00 o'clock in afternoon at Brown, president.
ing the delegates was school
Pendleton of Louisville, while
and Mrs. Charlie Hall.
the o nrch. The Circle meetThe Whitesburg VFW Post
patrol boys Freddy Adkins
she was attending the State V. F. W. Sz AUXILIARY
ings are held at the homes of No. 582& Meets each Monday
and Joe HalL FHA girls
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stans- Convention of WMU of Ky. INSTALL NEW OFFICERS
as pages, and
Meets members the seeond Tuesday 7:00 p. m. at the VFW Post
berry and three sons spent She was also guest of her The Annual Installation who assisted luncheon were: ROTARY CLUB
the month at 7:30 p. m. Clubhouse.
served in the
lewis Ammerman, president, of Hester
daughter, Mrs. Ambrose Wil- Banquet of the V. F. W. and
the week end in Knoxville.
Chapter No. 54 OES Commander.
Verna o'clock at Sarah's Tea Room,
son and Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Ladies Auxiliary was held Christine
meets at Lodge Hall first and Ladies
Ina Patridge, Iris
Emma Carolyn Brown was and Mrs. Hershel Brock all of Saturday night at the Post Banks, Moneva Boggs, Mary each Tuesday, noon at 12:00 third Tuesdays of each month WhitesburgAuxiliary to the
VFW Meets the
LIONS CLUB Meets each
guest of her brother, Bill Louisville.
Williams," Shirley Thursday evening at 6:30 p. at 7:00 p. m. Arthur Dixon, fourth Tuesday, 7:00 n. m.,
Brown, Mrs. Brown and son
chicken with all the trim
Smith, m., at Mother Craft's. Paul Worthy Patron, Mrs. Madge at the VFW Post Clubhouse.
tMrs. Lester Hammock was mings were prepared by the .brazier,
in Winchester last weekl
Combs, Worthy Matron.
Faye Goff, President.
Stella Yonts, Annette Profitt, Vermillion, president.
guest last week of her son and members of the Auxiliary,
Whitesburg PTA meets 2nd
Whitesburg Garden Club
Delia Caudill, Joella Craft,
Patsy Ann Fields and Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. Don Emcee Edd Moore introduced Shirley Stallard, Janice J.
Thursday at 6:30 at Sarah's Tuesdayat of month at 2:00 meets fourth Monday evening
David Fields were shoppers Hammock of Louisville.
the guests (beginning with Caudill, Betty Raleigh, Wanda
Tea Room. Woodford Blair, torium. Grade School Audi- oi eacn month at the home of
ueorge . Stewart,
in Lexington last week end.
Mrs. Roger Kersev. members.
Mrs. James Hidvegi was
Dept. of Ky.
After Nancy McCloud and Helen president.
Hiram Tavlor. Jr.. nresi- WOMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. David Fields and Mrs. the honoree at a surprise expressing his pleasure of be Ogelvia.
the fourth Saturday of each The Whitesburg Band Club dent.
Melvin Adams were shopping birthday party at the City ing present for the occasion,
month in the afternoon or
Cafe on April 1st. A lovely he installed the V. F. W. Among
in Huntington recently.
birthday cake, iced with. Officers and instructed them Civil Defense attending a evening at the home of memKINGDOM COME HIGH SCHOOL
meeting in bers- Mrs. William Floyd
flower decorations in their duties for the coming Harlan on Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wright spring
evening Mercer, president.
spent last week in Frankfort. and holding candles made by year.
were Sgt. D. Taylor, Lovell LETCHER COUNTY FISH
Mrs. T. R. Collier featured the
Next to be introduced was Williams and Sgt. Stigall.
The AND GAME CLUB Meets on
The cake was Senator Archie Craft. He purpose of this
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins occasion.
meeting was the first Monday of each
have returned to their home served with coffee and Cokes spoke to the VFW as a group to organize Civil Defense and month.
Dav'''. Fields, presiin Washington, D. C, after a to the following friends of of fighting men who fixed Ground Observer
April 19, 1954, 7:00 P. M. (C.S.T.)
visit with Mrs.
Collins' Mrs. Hidvegi: Mrs. T. R. their goal and "went after it" Organizations
JAYCETTES Meet the first Hoggs, Lee
Looney, Arthur Herman
mother, Mrs. Ison at Line- - Collier, Mrs. J. O. Mohn, Mrs.
.J.County, and later in Letcher Monday of each month at 7:90 Lewis, Bobby
Floyd Mercer. Mrs. O. N. listed
fork and other relatives.
accomplishments of County. Speaker
Lewis, Mrs. Denver Adams, the Whitesburg VFW as many ing were Stanley at this meet p. m., at the home of Kdger, Boggs, Lowell
Ison, Richard Lee
Bridge guests of Mrs. Ker- - Mrs. Judy Asher, and Mrs and remarked that they had Director of State White, Dep., president.
Shepherd, Billie Sue
at Our House Jimmie Dixon. The honoree always responded to every Major Carter of Defense and
Grill on Tuesday evening received lovely gifts.
call lor help in their com- Observer Corps of Kentucky. SIONAL WOMEN PROFES Cornett,Mable
munity. He stated, that he Films were
shown of the 3rd Monday of eah month at CLASS MOTTO: -- - "Let Us Be Seen By Our Deeds".
Mrs. Bill Owens was a was most thankful for their hydrogen
Adams, Stamper Collins,
7:00 p.m. Patsy Ann Fields, CLASS COLORS:
Blue and White
Fields, J. E. Crawford, visitor in Georgetown during "Walking Blood Bank" saying
Herbert Caudill, Willard the week end. She was that on several occasions, WEEK END VISITORS
FIRST BAPTIST BROTH CLASS SPONSOR :
Mrs. W. B. Hall.
Kiger, David Fields and joined by her husband Pvt. Doctors had told him person IN WHITESBURG
ERHOOD Meats first TuesEmma Carolyn Brown. High Bill Owens who is stationed ally that the quick donation
day of each
of needed blood had been Mr. and Mrs. Wendell bly room of month
score prize was won by Mrs. at Fort Meade, Md.
Eighth Grade Roll:
Crawford and Mrs. Emmett
primary in saving a patients Sumpter of Maryville, Tenn., Walker, president.
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd The Womans Society
Fields was lucky in the bingo. Cadet Otis Nelson Mohn (life
f Georgia Faye Cornett
Nancy Elaine Ingram
Delicious refreshments were has returned to K. M. I. after Senator Craft called atten of Louisvile, were visiting Mr. Christian Service of the
spending his spring vacation tion to the Ladies Auxiliary and Mrs. Bradley Sumpter Methodist Churoh meets the Nonrta Lee Cornett
served by Mrs. Lucas.
Sara Lene Ingram
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dy .saying that although a and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Floyd fourth Thursday of each Reva
Tommy Nelson Ingram
Recent guest of Mr. and Otis Mohn. He was accom young organization in our Mercer, over the week end. month at 7:30 p. m., at the
Mrs. John D. W. Collins at panied to Lyndon on Sunday community, is already recog- Mr. and Mrs. Mercer and church.
Donald Lee Day
Evelyn Juan Ison
baby Jack were also guests Susannah Wesley Circle
nized as an active one.
their home in Blackey was by his parents.
Past Dept. of Ky. Ladies of Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter on meets the third Tuesday at Wreathea Day
their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth
Mrs. N. M. Webb has re- Auxiliary President, Ida
Cassell of Washington, D. C.
7.30 p. m., at the haes
Agnes Marie Roark
f Helen Field
was introduced and she Mr. and Mrs. Boyd will soon members.
turned to her home on Main
Nila Lee Smith
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pass- - St., after spending several installed the new officers for be leaving Louisville for
The Belle Bennett Circle Sylvia lAltene Huff
more, Mrs. Jack Passmore and months in Washington, D. C. the Ladies Auxiliary and in- awhile. Mr. Boyd is with meets at the home of mem Brenda Marlene Ingram
children, Jack Granford and Mrs. Webb was accompanied structed them in their duties. General Electric and is being bers the second Thursday of
Carol Francis of Norton were to Whitesburg by her daugh- Lottie Dixon acted as install sent on a three year tour of the month at 7:30 p. m.
Bertha Sue Turner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ter, Miss Esteva Webb and ing Conductress.
Thev will Presbyterian Women of the Minerva Airolene Ingram
The remainder of the
Miss Mary Sutter who refie m Jjort Wayne, Indiana, chtitch meet the last Wednes
Jenkins last Wednesday.
spent dancing to the bchenectady, N. Y., and sev- day of eaeh month at the
turned to Washington during
. TEACHERS:music of Jack Taylor and his eral other cities. Mrs. Boyd church at 6:00 p. m. The
the week end.
Lottie Moon Circle Meets
Ethel G. Franklin
orchestra, who were special is the former Faye Sumpter.
The Lottie Moon Circle of
Circles meet on the seeond
Rev. L. O. Griffith, former guests.
There was much
Monday of the month in the
Union, of The First Baptist pastor of Whitesburg Baptist praise for the orchestra and Subscribe to The Eagle to- - afternoon at 2:30 and evening
Church met on Tuesday night Church and Rev. Wendell is certainly something for our day.
at 7:00 p. m.