THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1956
The State Inomic Security
Department of Economic Se- - reported today.
curity disbursed 3,255,323 last! were 1,950,426;
month in public assistance pay- dren payments,
Vego E. Barnes
Old age grants
EAGLE, WHITESBURG, KENTUCKY
ing home about May 10th. Oh, had dinner at Cumberland Gap.
They also visited Uncle Isaac
Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Mr. George Troutt was seen Fields of Cumberland, Ky. Uncle
Commissioner of Eco- - needy blind outlay, $114,342.
Isaac Fields is 96 years old now, WHEREAS: THE MAYOR
OF THE CITY OF JENKINS DOES
and is still very active.
According to some of the old and left this week.
HEREBY ISSUE THE FOLLOWING PROCLAMATION:
er weather prophets in our com-- 1 The occasion was the arrival
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Caudill
munity the cool weather we of a fine new baby boy. This
That the week of April 16th of the Year 1956, A. D., shall
have been having this week is is the fourth boy and the eighth visited Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hamp- be proclaimed as CLEAN-UWEEK within the City of Jenkins.
They say child for Mr. and Mrs. Troutt ton of Jeremiah, Ky., Saturday
During this week so proclaimed as CLEAN-UWEEK, the
we just have two more cool and I think they have good reas- - evening.
Citizens of the City of Jenkins are urged to participate in this
spells to go now, and they will on to be proud of these eight
Mr. and Mrs. Esquire Whitak- - Droeram bv cleaning ud the unsiehtlv debris which mav he nn nr
and fine youngsters.
er had a "quilting" and "work- - around their property. The trimming of lawns, cutting of weeds,
"blackberry winter". Personal- 0
ly though I think warm weather
The quilt was 'and planting of flowers all will help make our City clean and
Mrs. J. W. Cnllins is in the ing" Saturday.
is just around the corner be- - Whitesburg Memorial Hospital almost finished, a good deal of attractive.
L&N LAKE on Barlow Branch, Neon, Ky., is now open
cause l heard the first "brown at this time. We wish for her work was done and all the
A clean, attractive community is a healthier and happier
crowd enjoyed a delicious din
thrush" singing this week. In a very speedy recovery,
for Fishing. Recently stocked with Bass, Cat and Pike.
place to live; it will encourage tourists and visitors to stop and
our family we have always be- o
stay a while and possibly come back again.
Good Road and Plenty Parking Space.
nevea mat is a sure sign that
0ur deepest sympathy goes to
summer is not far away. Which Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wayne Whit- Mr. Herman Caudill, Mrs.
Help make your HOME TOWN appealing to the stranger
icumius me ui me mue poem: . aker of Detroit. Mich., in the W. B. Deaton, Miss Mary Grace within your gates and to your family and friends who come to
death of their baby son this Caudill and Master Jimmy Tur visit you.
"pring has sprung,
week. The funeral was held at ner were at the Little Zion
The grass has riz,
the Craft Funeral Home Chapel Church at Jeff, Ky, Sunday. A
llllllllHIIB'll''llllll'lllll)g'lllir'lll li;C'llllllWllTIIiHlllIMIiltM;ill,n,i. I wonder where the birdies is?" at Whitesburg, Friday morning very enjoyable meeting was had
and burial was in the Sandlick by a good sized crowd in spite
P.-of all the rain.
If your news reporter sounds
The Anril meetine of the
We were very sorry to
p t. A. was held in 325 Club members and 25
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Caudill reHi slightly delirious this week it
may be due to spring fever but ported a very enjoyable weeks of Mrs. Wallace Honeycutt of jyg. Rice's fourth grade room leaders attended the Annual
more likely it is caused by the visit with their daughter and Letcher, Ky., being in the hos-'n- n
Anril 9th at
J news that I got this week that
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene pital at Hazard. We wish her a'p M. The usuai caii to order Rally on Friday, April 6.
The rally was held at the
?ii Imv hushanH , u
Wilmic T Shepherd of Lynch, Ky. During speeay recovery,
was given which is the pledge
Deaton who is stationed with the the veek they also went shop
to the flag and the singing of First Baptist Church in Whitesburg.
Air Force in Japan will be start- - per m Middlesboro, Ky., and LIST OF NAMES OF
the Star Spangled Banner.
There were 35 club members
COUNTY SAFETY BUREAU
Airs. E. Hampton Barnette giving speeches and demonstraThe following names are a was introduced as the speaker tions.
Winners in the boy's demoncontinued list of members of the and her subject, "Tolerance",
Letcher County Safety Bureau: was developed from the general, strations were:
theme of "International RelaJUNIOR DIVISION "Tag on
Herbert Smith, Whitesburg
tionships". In her quiet and the Feed Bag," First Place
J. L. Hays, Whitesburg
gracious manner she gave a Joe Myrel Brown, winner, prize:
Carl 'Napier, Whitesburg
most helpful and interesting Pencil. Toney Ison won second
Chas. A. Wright, Neon
talk. She mentioned intolerance place and received a red ribLee Peterson, McRoberts
as related to the problems of bon.
Hobert Caudill, Blackey
youth, of the aged and elderly,
Grant Smith, Banks
of the churches of racial prejuRaymond E. Brown, Whitesburg dice, and of other nationalities. any subject:
First place went to Steve
Fred McCray, Jr.., Whitesburg. She gave many true stories and
Brown on "How to Clean and
Bill Adams, Isom
making her re- Shine Shoes." He
i?F DOES MONEY SLIP
Lloyd Meade, Millstone
marks more effective.
Shelby Ison, Linefork
Mrs. Joe Reynolds gave an
Other individual demonstrafjf THROUGH YOUR FINGERS?
Charlie Sparks, Jenkins
excellent report on the Spring tions
Harvey L. Spence, Whitesburg Conference held at Hazard on
Bill Duke Blue Ribbon
March 24th. Four members at-- 1
Tommy Brashears Blue Rib
John M. Admas, Ermine
tended from our
M. D. Charsomergist, Hazard
of Bill Collins Red Ribbon
You'll find It's more economical
Tenth District; Mrs. Troy Stalto paint your kitchen, bathroom
John Chappell, Hazard
Carl Hall Red Ribbon
lard, Chairman of Character and Donald
and halls with Wallhlde Gloss
Luther Deaton, Hazard
nw4Blair Red Ribbon
Wall Paint! It covers most sursum, picpamig iui a luaypy mma secure luiureg
tx j.iic Liuic tu
Spiritual Education Tenth DisChas. Merrill, Hazard
faces in a single coat. Get doubla
r leumg. your money
it! ia iiuw . . . fTATl AVI T
trict; Mrs. Joe Reynolds, Preside- ual the Senior Division: Individ,the wear and satisfaction.
luuni: iiibiecm ui
Willard B. Johnson
away, unaccounted for, open a savings account with usf
Elbert Caudill, Eolia
Trent won a Blue Ribbon and
and Mrs. Coy Holstein, the outtoday and add to it regularly. As the
Carson Hall, Farraday
a trophy on "How to Wire a
aCC0Unt yU WlU
ing our regular interest, you'll be on your wa'y to a
Lansford Fields, Day
A check In the amount of Lamp."
Comis Taylor, Whitesburg
Team Demonstrations: "Prin1ST PRIZE Two coats of Outside Paint (Not to exceed $60.00)
five dollars was presented to
Ray Bowen, Democrat
cipals of Landscaping," by Ros- 2ND PRIZE One coat Paint for Inside (Not to exceed $40.00)
Vernon Hammock, Whitesburg the Whitesburg P.T.A. as First coe Frazier and Clyde Shephard
prize for best Publicity Book.
John M. Sargent, Whitesburg
won a blue ribbon and trophy.
The Gold Leaf Certificate was
Speech Contset was won by
Troy R. Stallard, Whitesburg
awarded Whitesburg for attendm
Nelson Caudill and he received
"Your Pittsburgh Paint and Wallpaper Dealer"
Virgil Blair, Jeremiah
ing membership goals.
THE BANK OF WHITESBURG
a blue ribbon and trophy.
Sam Collins, Whitesburg
Incoming officers for
James P. Mitchell, Whitesburg
were installed with Mrs.
There were twenty-fou- r
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Lee Back, Blackey
Vernon Goff, the immediate giving demonstrations.
Kendall Boggs, Whitesburg
(J. ti. McAllister, Hazard
serving as installation of was given by Miss Judy Duke
Lum Profitt, Sergent
ficer. The suggested
In on "How to Make Biscuits." She
C. C. Colwell, Hazard
stallation Ceremony was used won a Blue Ribbon and trophy.
Dan Combs, Whitesburg
which was impressive and in
Other entries were:
structive also as it included all Dairy Foods: "Uses of Powof the aims and objectives of dered Milk," won by Mabel
A. The new officers Back and she received a blue
the P.-are: Mrs. Joe Reynolds, Presi- ribbon and trophy.
dent; Mrs. Dan Combs,
Mrs. Hiram Williams,
"How to Make a Dust Cloth,"
Secretary; Mrs. Cecil Hensley, Rita Hampton was the winner
Treasurer. During the business and she received a Blue Ribbon
session the group voted to con- and trophy.
tribute $250.00 to the Band for Junior Winners:
the purpose of repairing instru
ments, motion by Mrs. Joe Rey "How to Serve Rolls More At-nolds, second by Mrs. Ttoy Fra- - tractively."
Blue Ribbon and
It was voted to reimburse Mrs.
Two doors or four Attn, 8 or 6, then'
a Plymouth Hardtop for yea. 'Whichever
Holstein in the amount of $5.39'
you pick, youTl hare the biggest, smartfor
publicity bookl20!6,5, "
Hardtop of the
W3S 3 US SUCCeSS
and tl4si.nrfc.Hnr Tin tho r to.TVlocn
mmnorc ,N1 represent
Letcher County in the District
It was announced that the Contest at Jackson on April 24.
fifth grade won the February
ana March prize for parent
MRS. DELLA WHITAKER
ELECTED PRESIDENT OF
Pleasure . . .
Burdine P.-A. held its reg
ular monthly meeting Tuesday,
April 10, at 7:00 o'clock. The
meeting was called to order by
Most beauty, size, value in the
three all yours
in a big new '56 Plymouth Belvedere or Savoy Hardtop !
Here's the ideal companion for spring-
time driving fun a bright new
Plymouth Hardtop. Drive one and seel
Look at those racy "let's go 1" lines . . .
Plymouth's sensational new
or 6 . . . see how easily your
Plymouth whisks you through city
traffic, out to the open road where
you belong, you and your Plymouth
With windows down, you enjoy, all
the airy fun and flair of a convertible.
With windows up, you're sedan snug.
You won't settle for anything less, once
you've driven a Plymouth Hardtop !
Plymouth is the biggest car In the
...longest, lowest, roomiest, with a true
With the newest styling of the
this Plymouth is really new. No "warmed-over-
Driving in "le
three . . .
mechanical, safe, and so simple. Optional on all models.
The performance champ of the low-prithree..
holds official NASCAR speed and acceleration records!
And . . . it's mighty easy to own a Plymouth Hardtop
. . . ask your dealer about his modern finance plan today.
From fie day you buy if . . . through all the years you own H
. . . you'll spend less on a Plymouth. That's one reason more
Phmouths ore uuiJ
ai taxis than all other cars combined.
the president, Mrs. Chester Mul- lms, Little Miss Janie Mullins,
reading the Bible.
The First Grade Room put on
a program after the old and
new business was taken care
of. New officers were elected
for the coming school year, Mrs
Delia Whitaker was elected pres
ident, Mrs. Nellie Marie Conley,
Mrs. Ann whitaker, secretary-treasureMrs.
Anna Mae Mullins, treasurer:
neue&uinems were served m
the Lunch Room after tfie meeting by Mrs. Charlie Wright, Mrs.
Bill Tackett, Mrs. Raymond Law- son, Mrs. J. D. Elliott, Mrs. Carl
Mr. Ramey's fifth grade room
won the room count by having
the most parents present.
Sdtnrincaliy oWgnW h
(fast choice leathers,
ffrinf steel shanks, ers mehM
GMnfert, plump leather vppsfi
Ivfjr cemforrabJe for even the
MT NNfnra twmn upwHy