THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1952
Woodford Blair, salesman
with the Lewis Wholesale
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iHMttri .Hfff'IfffffffffffH owned by his brother. He
will change jobs soon.
Jimmy Ely and Joe Carr of Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Middlesboro were guests of Craft. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Barbara Lewis last Tuesday. jAmmerman, Mr. and Mrs.
French Hawk, Mr. and Mrs-M-
T.pnnnrH TVTaiirirp T.pwic
J. E. Crawford, Rev. and Mrs.
Clel Rodgers, and Maj., and
Mrs. Harold Back and daugh
ter, Kathy, of Pittsburgh, Mrs.
John Adkins of Atlanta, MrsHazel Childers, Gordon Lewis
and Rolan Price.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Breeding!
and children. Donelda, Mina On Monday, Mrs. J. L. Hays
Lee and Woody visited recent- - and Mrs. E. Hampton Barnette
lv in Georgia and Florida. left for Sue Bennette College.
While in Georgia they were 'at London where they are
guests of Mrs. Breeding's attending the School of
Mrs. C. W. Worsham in sions of the Methodist Church
insurance picnic at Dewey
and Mrsl Ben
Bowen and daughter, Jenny)
Lind, Mrs. Donald Froste and
daughter, Sue Ellen returned
home Sunday night from a
fishing trip at Hickory Star.
Mr. and Mrs- James Brown
$hmbbbMbbbbbbbbbbbM and family were attending an
day, August 8 by Elder Curtis
Daniel Brock, 19, and
Loretta Craft, both of May
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Whitesburg 'VFW Post 5829
will have a box supper at the
Clubhouse Saturday night, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. 'AH
Auxiliary members and VFW
wives who are not members
are urged to be at the supper.
Hiram Taylor Jr., of Whitesburg was awarded a Master
Kermit Lucas has been
of Arts in education at commencement exercises
appointed new Junior Vice- week at the University of
Commander 'of the Whites
burg Vr-'Fost oaza to re
place Dave Fields who resigned that position recently.
Duard Banks was named Pub
licity Chairman at Monday's
Lee Adams, 59, Jeremiah, CoTystdbullary Troop
and Ida Adams 50, Red Fox,
Married at Whitesburg Tues
day, "August 5, by County
Judge Robert B. Collins.
Arthur Meade, 29, and Cora
Lee Blair, 32, both of Jack
horn. Marriage solemnized
by County Judge Colling
Wednesday, August 7, at
William Collins Jr., 29 and
Corsie Croucher. 27, both of
Edith Turner, 22, both of Hazard.
Lloyd Cornett, 26, Gordon,
and Mattie Jane Ross, 15,
John D. Breeding. Jr., 23,
Isom and Josephine Blair, 18,
Frank M. Dalton, 21, Louis
ville, and Norma Jean Cornett,
Married at Whitesburg Frl
Pvt. Jack D. Williams, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clay
Williams of Cromona. is presthe Church met last Thursday! and daughters, Judith and
ently serving with "B" Troop
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Janice, Joe Preston of Dayton,
of the 15th. Constabulary in
John' M- Adams. Mrs. Sam Ohio. Mr. and Mrs- Wilgus
Weiden, Germany, near the
Cox presented the program, Holbrook
her subject being "Has Your iBrenda, enjoyed a trip to Cum-Li- f
e Really Been Changed." berland Falls last Sunday.
He landed in Germany in
Mrs. Cox gave a splendid talk
June of this year from Camp
Kimbell, New Jersey. Jack
talk on this subject which ivlr. and Mrs. Edison Lewis
was greatly enjoyed by those and daughter, Mary Caudill,
had gone to Camp Kimbell
present. The hostess served and son, Ted of Norfolk, Va.,
after finishing basic at Camp
Breckinridge, Ky. He volunrefreshments to the following: are visiting relatives and
Mesdames: A. J. Leach, Frank friends in Whitesburg,
teered for the army on JanuHELEN JUNE COOK TO WED DENNY PICKLESIMER
ary 5, 1952.
Caudill, Belle Blair, Hayden
Mrs. Cinda Cook, of Millstone Ky., wishes to announce
Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Mrs. the engagement of her daughter, Helen June Cook, to Denny
Wilson, Sam Cox, Jack Pass-morHe attended High School at
Follace Fields, Cro French Hurd, and Mrs- - Sam Picklesimer of Whitesburg. The ceremony is planned for
Caudill. John Thompson; Ted Collins Jr., spent Wednesday 23 at 2:00 p. m. (CST) at the First Baptist Church of Whites-bur- g
Yonts, A. C. Jenkins and Miss at Hyden.
and will be an open church wedding.
Charlie Wright and his enJoan Yonts.
tire force invite you to visit
Mrs- Jack Passmore and
your County Clerk while in
George Rogers Clark plotted
What is called the world's
Mr. and Mrs- Gordon Lewis
Seaman Kirby Ison, Jr., who children, Jack Granford and and son, Gordon, Mr. ana ivirs. his conquest of the British
AVhitesburg on pleasure or largest railroad
has been stationed at Corpus Carol Frances of Norton, were Oscar Lewis and daughters, Northwest at Fort Harrod,
business. You will always plant is located in Louisville.
Christi, Texas, for some time guests of Mrs. Passmore's par- Joan and Barbara and Miss 'now a Kentucky State park
find a friendly hand and cour- It uses Kentucky lumber alis on a 30 day leave at the ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Polly Caudill entertained with . at Harrodsburg.
teous welcome there.
home of his parents, Mr. and Jenkins last week. On Sun- a picnic supper on Pine Moun
Mrs. Kirby Ison, Sr.
day Mr. Passmore drove over tain in compliment to Mr. and
from Norton and accompanied Mrs. Edison Lewis and family
Robert Stout formerly em- them home.
of Norfolk, Va., on Friday
ployed by the R. H- Hobbs Co.,
is now employed in Lorraine,'
On Friday morning Mrs.
Ohio. Mrs. Stout expects to jack Swisher and Mrs. Follace
Mr. and Mrs. I- - W. Fields
join him soon.
Fields entertained at the home and Rev. and Mrs. Calvin
of Mrs. Swisher with a coffee Fields of Louisville visited rs.
Rev. Bee Day, Mrs. D. D. complimenting Mrs- Passmore. cently with
Fields and Miss Danola Fields Those presnt were; Mrs. Pass- - Adams and Mr. and Mrs.
are attending the Church of more, Mrs. Stamper Collins, Randall Day.
God Assembly at Indianapolis, and Mrs. Sam Collins, Jr.
Indiana this weekAlleen Sumpter who repAmong those who went to resented the Whitesburg
Mrs. Orval Hughes and son Montreat, N. C, to hear Club at the
Club Can-4- ,
Don returned home
Graham at Quicksand was selected as
night after visitng relatives in preach on Saturday evening the most outstanding girl in a
Cynthiana for the past week. were Mr. and Mrs- Paul Ver contest held mere.
million, Mr. and Mrs. Rayj
Mrs- - Don Collins was hostess Venters, Mr. and Mrs- Raywas
Miss Carol Combs
to the Winsome Bible Class of mond Day and Mr. and Mrs. hostess to the Belle Bermette
the First Baptist Church on Marvin Holbrook.
Circle of the Methodist
last Friday evening.
Church on Friday evening.
meeting was opened by the Mr. and Mrs. Cossie Quillen Mrs. Coy Holstein, the
group singing "Trust and and son, Cossie Claude, Jr.,
presided over the
Mrs. Letcher Short and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hol meeting. Mrs. Vernon Goff
presented a very inspirational brook returned home on Fri- gave the devotional and Mrs.
devotional which was closed day after visiting with rela- Bill Blair gave an interesting1
with Mrs. Lester Hammock tives and friends in Mt. Sterl- account of a recent trip to'
Refresh- ing. Somerset, Millersburg and Lake Junaluska, N. C- - and aj
ments were servd by the Lexington. While in Lexing- Methodist meeting she attend-hostess to the following: Mes ton they were guests of
ed while there. The hostess
dames: Hiram Williams; K. G.
served delicious refreshments
Fraley, Kermit Combs, Lester
to the following: Mesdames:
Hammock, Letcher Short, Clel R. P. Price and son, David, Coy Holstein, Bill Blair,;
Rodgers, Ray Venters, R. P. and Herman Hale spent the Russell Rice Vernon Golf,
Price, Alvin Holbrook, Henry week end at Mr. Price's farm Kyle Campbell, Owen Wright,
Adams, R. Dow Collins, Bob at Springfield, Term. They Cecil Webb, , and Misses
Stansberry, S- J. Bates, Law- were accompanied to western Bonnie Combs, Ellene Salyer,
rence Lewis, Curtis Giles, and Kentucky by Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Amburgey and Sibyl
Miss Mattie Adams and Arlane Flovd Mercer who visited Dawahare and three visitors
Clyde Frazier, Mrs.
You definitely do not. On the open road, you
is a host of things that endear a
Stephen Combs, Jr., and Mrs.
have that same sure sense of command that
to anyone who loves to
Rodgers Mr- - and Mrs. B. W. Owen of Wilma Early of Lexington.
Rev. and Mrs. Clel
you've always had. Coming out of a curve,
and family visited recently Barnwell, S. C, are visiting
Miss Mary Bradshaw and
with relatives at Ashland. Rev. with Mrs. Owens parents Mr,
you can loosen your grip, and the front wheels
There's the might of its Fireball 8 Engine
D. L- - Carpenter who is a stu- - and Mrs. A. C. Day. The Paul Finnley of Lexington
right themselves just as they do on every Buick.
most powerful ever put in a Buick.
dent at Morehead College Owens formerly resided in were visiting with Mr. and
becupied the pulpit jpf the Jenkins-Firs- t
Mrs. Oscar Lewis recently.
But you'll notice this: When you suddenly hit
There's the thrift of its Airpowcr carburetor
Baptist Church on Sun- lease dirt or sand or a stretch of rough road-Po- wer
automatic that literally brings
a four-barrday morning.
Mrs- Wilma Earh, and chilMr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker
Steering smoothly goes into action
increased power right out of thin air.
were guests of Mr- Walker s dren, Harold Combs and
Miss Joan Lewis left on parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Phyllis Jean of Lexington are
helps take up the jerk makes control of the
There's its hushed and luxurious silence its
Wednesday for Decater, Ga., Walker, Sr., at Hazard this the guests ol Mr. and Mrs.
wheel easier and driving safer.
poised and level ride that cost a million dollars
where she will attend the past week end. They enjoyed Stephen Combs, Jr., and other
wedding of a classmate at seeing Mr. Walker's lovely relatives this week.
Wouldn't you like to try out this newest wonder
to develop and the infinite smoothness of its
Transylvania College, Miss flower garden,
on a Roadmaster or a Super? You say the
Ann Swords to David AlexMrs. Sam Collins and son,
word, and we'll do the rest.
ander at the First Christian John Combs of Ermine and Harlan Francis are visiting in
ut the thing that has brought the most cheers
on Saturday evening. sons, Dan Combs Marlowe, Louisville this week.
Equipment, accessories, trim and models are subject to change
for this big and obedient beauty is Buick's verHugh Combs,
without notice. Optional at extra cost on Roadmaster and
sion of Power Steering.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kiger Combs, Whitesburg,
The Junior Iloinuinaker.ii
announce the birth of a son, Combs, London and SI-Club met at the home of Mrs.1
Gone is the tug of turning, parking, maneuverLarry Dean, on Wednesday, Henry Combs enjoyed a week- W. L. Stallard, Jr.. on Thursing in small space.
August 6 at High Point, N. C, end of fishing at Wolfe Creek- day evening. Mrs-- Esther
weight four pounds, 14 ounces. beaman Combs is home on Mohn presided over the busiPower Steering takes over the effort of turn
The many friends of the leave from Charleston, S. C. ness session and the LandIng the front wheels makes it a one-han- d
popular young couple congratscape discussion was led by
Mrs- French Hawk enter- Mrs.
ulate them on the birth
Follace Fields, after
tained with a coffee party at which a recreation program
their first child.
o you have to learn to drive all over again
her home Saturday morning was enjoyed by all present.
f If you have this new Buick feature?
On last Tuesday evening in compliment to the visitors Refreshments were served to
in town. Those present were: the following: Mesdames Jack
Mrs. Rolan' Price and
Lewis entertained Mrs. John Adkins, Atlanta, Swisher, Bill Tolliver, Pauline
WHIN BITTIK AHTOMOBILIS AM BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD TKEM
with a picnic supper on the Ga.. Mrs. Edison Lewis, Nor- Creech. Follace Fields, Esther
Va., Mrs. Harold Bach, Mohn, Stamper Collins, Emory
lawn at the Price home. After folk,
a delicious meal the guests, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. W. G. Lewis, Roger Kersey, Audra
played games and contests Holbrook, Mrs. Hazel Childers, Pigman, Billy Paul Collins,
which proved to be much fun. Mrs- Arthur Dixon, Mrs. Sam Paul Pigman.
Those present were: Mr. and Collins, Sr. Mrs. Lewis
In Kentucky during 19501
Mrs. R. P. Price, Mrs.
Mrs. J. L. Hays, Dr. and Mrs.
Lee Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bui Gordon Lewis and Mrs- J. E. there were 2,000
Blair, Mr. and MrsJL W.
The Presbyterian women of
Ky va Motor
Railroad and Madison St.