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Image 8 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), July 15, 1965

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THE MOUNTUN EAGLE .., W HITESBURG MILLSTONE (FROM PAGE 7) EVERYONE HAD , . .".JULY 15, 1965 . . .PAGE 8 DON T LITTER LETCHER COUNTY LETCHER COUNTY, KENTUCKY HOLIDAY COMPANY They visited Aunt Polly Caudlll tins were visiting his mother and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. John oi banuiicK ana tooK ner lor a ride up Bottom Fork, Mayking, P. Meade, in Dcane recently. where she met many old friends. Recent dinner guests of the MarMrs. Caudill does not get out tins were Mrs. Ernie Yonts and Others calling on Mrs. much. her brother, Jesse Blair, Potter were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Among those taking a ride in an Stewart of Weeksberrv. parents of airplane at the Colson AirDort a former student. Melvln Stewart, were Carol Ann Nease of Colson Melvin, an eighth grade graduate and Mrs. Otis Gibson of Littcarr. The Ballard Mcadcs were so hap of Mrs. Potter. Graduated from the Louisville School of Dentistry py this week end to have their grandchildren, TIerra Lynn and this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Sherdy Martin and shannon Gail, from Cincinnati babv of Louisville visited his par visit them. Friends of John Henry Noble of ents, the Sherd Martins, and her mother. Mrs. Cinda Cook. While Cumberland River will be clad to here Sherdy bought two fine pork - learn he is now able to be up and about after spending several days rs. His latner win latten mem for butchering next fall. in tne Marian nospitai. jonn HenHave you visited the new court ry's arm was almost severed when rouser TMS is a must lor every it was caught between the top of one in Letcher County. It is very the mines, where he works, and efficient and spacious and tnere a shuttle buggy in which he was PLANT YOUR SAVINGS are some very courteous oiutiau naming coai, i ne aociors now hold out hoDe for savina John's to show vou around arm. John Hrnry, married and the in one of our fully insured accounts and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor and daughters, Chandice and Donna, father of two, is the son of Mrs. Vernon Noble of Cumberland. were here from Seaman, Ohio, watch it growl We regularly make big inMrs. Barbara Voble of Cumberthis week end for a visit with the land River is now employed in Lawson Halls. and, we have sevterest additions, too the Harlan hospital. Mrs. Hattie Profitt of Colson SHADE ADAMS, 50, The L. L. Johnsons are verj tells us she was very happy this eral savings plans! See us today. lonely since their grandsons, last week to have her nephew, DIES AFTER ILLNESS Boyd Boatright and his son here Bobby Jean and Danny Johnson, Joined their parents, Mr. and Mrs. for a visit from Ashland. Boyd On Thursday, July 8, 1965, Bob Johnson in Columbus, O. Bob 'had been visiting relatives and Ne0" Whltesburs Shade Adams passed from this and his family moved to Columbus friends In Florida. life to Eternal Rest, at the Vetseveral weexs ago out uobby and The Sherd Martins have been erans Hospital, in Mountain Home Danny had stayed behind with doing some remodeling to their had been a Tennessee, where he home. They have added a new their grandparents to finish their patient for some time. He was i porch and banisters. The Mar- - school year. the son of. the late Benjamin and Clara Davis Adams, born July 22, 1915, being 50 years and 16 days of age at his death. On August 12, 1943, he was married to Marjorie Stamper, who urvlves him. To this happy unl on was born three children, William Ralph, Nancy Kaye, and Curtis shade. Curtis Shade preceded him in death in 1951. Besides his wife and two child en he is also survived by his mo- ner, Mrs. Adams ot wnltes displaced or To: All urg, four sisters Mrs. Bertha Wilcox and Mary Adams both of to be displaced by West Whitesburg, Mrs. Martha Calhoun of Jacksonville, Florida Whitesburg Urban Renewal and Mrs. Mantle Proffit of Neon, Ky. j four brothers, Corbett Project No. Ky. R-- 27 R-- 27 James Clyde Adams, Aaron Adams, and Curtis Adams all of Whitesburg. Shade was a stone mason and brick layer by trade. Many of 1954 which a The Houoing Act the beautiful homes and fine buildings of Letcher County rePayments be made main a memorial of the work of and and his capable hands. He served move when The payment his country and is a veteran of World War H. He was a devoted moving husband and father, and a loyal son and brother. Not only will These new payments may be made he be missed by his family but by the many friends who knew and loved Shade for his kindness You moved from on Urban Renewal and helpfulness to others. 27, 1954. Funeral services were held in the chapel of the Moore and Craft Funeral Home, Whitesburg, Your income, income an Ky. , on Saturday, July 10, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Carl Proffit and Bill Wilcox and Elder Ray Collins officiating. 3. You a and Burial was in the family plot of the Lewis Cemetery, Whitesburg. Moore and Craft Funeral Home was in charge of funeral you a member you may a a arrangements. of Knoxville were recont guests of their aunt and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Collins of Kona. Mrs. Viva Crase and son, Ken-ict- h, and daughter, Mrs. Lee (Marcella) Owens, all of Detroit, ere to visit relativer. Kenneth went back but Mrs. Crase .id Mrs. Owens will spend a cek here. Thursday Mrs. Crase aid her sister, Mrs. Sherd Martin, rove to Amburgey in Knott County to visit an ill sister, Mrs. lorothy Fields. Recent guests of Mrs. Martha Tne Potter were Mr. and Mrs. iill Edmonson of Lexington and lr. and Mrs. Frank Blair. They Ith the J. S. Holbrooks enjoyed a meal with Mrs. Potter. Orville -- iser, Lexington, a former stu-je- nt of Mrs. Potter's, called one day last week. Src nding a week ith her was a former college roommate, Miss Ella Short of Cincinnati. Mrs. Lora Fields, another classmate, came up with er daughter from Whitesburg and isited Mrs. Potter and Miss Short. If Will grow.. our Bank In The First Security J3A.NK NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF RELOCATION ADJUSTMENT PAYMENTS West Whitesburg Urban Renewal Project persons s No. Ky. permits contains provision to to help certain families sanitary housing elderly individuals acquire decent, safe, they because of urban renewal activities. expenses. is in addition to reimbursement for Relocation Adjustment of if: 1. the after January total family project area or as or your elderly individual, is within 'certain specified limits. are residing in decent, safe, sanitary private dwelling. are not of family, qualify for If Relocation Adjustment Payment as an "elderly individual" if you 2. were 52 years of age or over when you moved. CARD OF THANKS To the many friends and neighbors who were so kind and good to us, during the sickness and death of our loved one, Shade Adams, we want to take this means to express to you our grateful appreciation. We will never forget Dr. Carl Pigman whowas so patient, kind and helpful throughout Shade's illness. To those who sent food, letters, cards, the beautiful flowers, came to call, sat up at night and helped in so many, many thoughtful ways, we will always be grateful. We give special thanks to the ministers, Rev. Carl Proffit, Bill Wilcox and Ray Col-'lfor their consoling words, and to the choir of the Church of God, Neon, Ky. , for the beautiful organ music and hymns, Archie and Virginia and the personnel of the Craft Funeral Homes for the tender and reverent care of our dear husband and father. To each and all of you we extend our humble thanks'. May God Bless and keep you is our ns prayer. Marjorie, William Ralph and Nancy Kaye Adams If you are eligible for a Relocation Adjustment Payment, or a Relocation Payment for moving expenses, in certain cases the payment may be made before the proper ty that you vacate has been acquired by this agency. Consequently, as soon as possible, you should come to the Relocation Office, in the Lucas Building, Whitesburg, Kentucky, to discuss the details of the new payments with our staff, and to furnish us the information that we need to determine whether you may be eligible to receive a payment. The Relocation Office is open from 8:00 o'clock A. M. to 5:00 o'clock P. M. on Mondays through Fridays. Bring with you copies of the latest income tax returns filed by you and other members of your family, together with any other personal records which relate to your family's income. If you are an elderly individual, bring your birth certificate or other proof of your age. Whitesburg Municipal Housing Commission Don Brown, Executive Director

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