Mr. and Mrs. Earl Banks,
Christine and Mr. Kendall Boggs
enjoyed a visit to Union Colleee
at Barbourville, Kentucky where
unnsiine will attend college this
Mr. and Mrs.
G. Banks, son of
Earl Banks return
ed to Little Rock A. F. B. in Jack
sonville. Arkansas wViprn he is
now stationed. He enjoyed a 15
day visit with his family and
Patridge visited her
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Banks Thursday through
Mrs. Canna Day and Mr. and
Mrs. Burnice Caudill visited Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram Caudill and Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Banks Saturday.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vin construction business. Just goes
to show you. Who knows? maybe
Coy can teach Joe how to pour
Mr. and Mrs. Hansford Craft concrete or lay blocks yet.
and children are visiting in town
President Lee really put it up
They now are living in De to us to get our reports in. Even
did a lot of the work. Certainly
we can't let him down. So
Sunday, August 26th is the you haven't already done so
last Sunday for Rev. James Cas- get your reports in NOW.
ey to be with us at the MissionTHrough some fast footwork
ary Baptist Church, so why not on the part of Archie, Willard
come to hear him. We regret to and Woody and we hope some
see him leave the church but we makeups we saved having a
can only wish for him much terrible attendance record by the
success and happiness in the skin of our teeth.
future and will always welcome
Next week is another picnic
him back in our little church.
at the Swimming Pool. Bring eats
and guests be there early. The
The ladies of the McRoberts Pool will be open at 5:30 P. M.,
Church are still enioving their and we will eat 6:30.
all day quilting and delicious din
SEE YOU TUESDAY Evening.
Robert Caudill, Myrel Brown
and Stevie enjoyed a week end
of Fishing at Clinch River in
Tennessee. They brought back
a good catch and those enjoying
a fish fry at Mr. and Mrs. Myrel
Browns on Monday evening were:
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Banks and
Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Banks and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Sigrest and family, Mrs.
Cassel Caudill, Janice and Susan,
Mrs. Russell E. Banks, Russell,
Jr. and Molly, Edwin Lee Caudill
Sandra Day and Mr. and Mrs.
Brown and boys.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Banks
visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Banks in Elizabethtown last week
and brought Mrs. Banks and children, Russell, Jr. and Molly Vae
back for a few days visit.
to find out only about two dead.
Rudloph Williams of Eolia
plans to build a fish farm on his
land in the near future.
Mr. E. C. Blair and James
Banks of Whrtesburg recently
worked out basic soil conservation plans on their farms.
Miss Polly Kincer will soon
have her timber land cruised
and an estimate of saleable
board feet will be given.
On the seventh of September
the Letcher County Soil Conser
vation District Board of Supervision will sponsor a Soil Conservation tour of the Letcher
County Soil Conservation Dis
trict. The tour will mainly concern the farms of E. C. Blair and
Watch the Mountain Eagle for
Mr. and Mrs. Varon Campbell
and children of Beattyville, Ken
tucky spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Cassel Caudill and
brought Susan Caudill home after she had spent two weeks visiting in Flemingsburg and Beatty
YOUR ROTARY BULLETIN
WHO Whitesurg Rotary Club
Ramona Sturgill and Janice WHAT
Picnic and Swimming
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ison in Cum
Doris Jean Banks has returned
to Berea College Nurses Training after spending a month with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Mrs. Patrick Banks, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul T. Boggs and Paula
spent the week end in Magoffin
County visiting Mr. and Mrs
Clifton Banks and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Long is visiting her
sister Mrs. T. C. Adams m Louis
Wekly Bulletin of Klwanla
Club of Jenkins. Inc.
We were all
saddened to learn of the sudden death of Kiwanian
Dennis Combs.. His friends
mourn his loss to his family
and community, and we
offer our wholehearted sympathy to his family.
"A good name is rather
to be chosen than great
riches and loving favor
rather than silver and gold"
WHEN Tuesday August 21
5:30 P. M.
What a question!
BR0WN AND WHITE
Ladies SADDLE OXFORDS
A $5.00 VALUE
FANCY KICK PLEATS
Sizes 22 to 30
George Tarleton is Program
Chairman, but in his absence
John Pack will substitute. George
has an excellent program arrang
ed; so don't miss this meeting.
Mr. Barney Tucker, President
Kentucky Chamber of Comme- ce will be the guest speaker and
his subject is "Your part in In
dustrial Development". Mr. Tucker is Manager of The Knoxville
Fertilizer Co., London, Ky. He
has served the Kentucky Chamber as a director since 1951 and
for three years was a
of the Chamber. He is also
a Kiwanian and well qualified to
speak on industrial problems.
Jack Chewning was in charge
and Marshall Prunty presented
a film featuring Highway Safety
Our thanks to both Jack and
Marshall for presenting this ever
Sizes 34 to 40
A $4.00 VALUE
SKIRTS anrl 5WRATFRS
SKIRT OR DRESS
Sizes 4 To 9
BLACK and WHITE
A $1.50 VALUE
Mrs. Shelby Sturgill and David
visited in Bardstown over the
week end and Charity and Dana
returned home with them after
spending a month visiting with
in Decorator Colors!
by Flora Scott
The McRoberts Homemakers
met at the home of Mrs. Ruby
Zideroff for their annual picnic.
Everyone had plenty to eat and
then some of the ladies finished
their trays which were very beautiful. We enjoyed having Miss
Polly Kincer and Mrs. Wallace
Kincer with us.
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A household shower was given for Mrs. Doris Whitaker Belcher, Friday night at the community Hall.
many nice gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hacker
and children of Florida were in
town calling on friends and relatives a few days ago.
Carlos and Don Sizemore, who
are in the Air Force are now on
leave with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Monroe Sizemore.
Mrs. Jackie Collins and girls
were visiting relatives in
Tenn., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Vinson and
children of Louisville, Ky., have
returned home after visiting his
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