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   Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - November 2, 1968, Middlesboro, Kentucky                               4 TV MMdlMkm Saturday, Nowmbtr TALK of the TOWN Women's Editor, LuAnn Epperson. 2480III Mrs. Jess Collins visited her Bister, Mrs. Curtis Tnllivcr of Sharp's Chapel, Tenn., Mon- day. Among those attending the Royal Beauty Show in Knox- ville Monday were Junnitn C. Latiff and her sludenls of the Collins Beauty School. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ahelson and family moved yesterday to Johnson City, Tenn., to make their home. Wayne Price and mem- bers of the Middlesboro High School Annual staff were in Richmond this week at East- ern Kentucky University. Pull lever !3G, Shy Staplelon for School Board member. Listed among the patients at the Appalachian Regional Hos- pital are William G. Miracle of Brownies Creek; Henry Hoi- man of Middlesboro, Joe Leach of Cumberland Gap and Fan- nie Richmond of Ewing. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. McDan- iel have returned from Miami Beach, Florida, where they at- tended the annual session of the American Dental. Associa- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Earle and daughter, Beth' and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wayne Scott are in Knoxville today to attend the U.T. versus U.C.L.A. football game. While Mr. and Mrs. Earle and Mr. and Mrs. Scott are at the game, Beth will be the guest of Mrs. Earle's sister, Mrs. M. A. Browders. Norma Poynter of Middles- boro, Viola C. Daniels and Net- JAY HOWARD about this question "If a hunter avoids an auto ancidept on the trip doesn't get shot or acci- dentally shoot avoids a mishap on the way hen naturally he doesn't need a HUNTERS ACCIDENT policy. But will my wife rest better if I get such insurance from the Howard For information about insurance consult the HOWARD INSURANCE AGENCY North 20th Street Phone 248-1280 tie King of Middlesboro, are all surgical patients at the Ap- palachian Regional Hospital. All three are reported to be recuperating satisfactorily. Mrs. Curtis Risner of Evarts visited h e r daughter, Miss Brcnda Risner at the Collins Beauty School Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Bayless and children, Joan and Jolinny have moved into their new home on Wilderness Road. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Berutti of Miamisburg, Ohio, were re- cent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar McCarney of LMU, Harrogate. Mrs. Be- is the former Linda Mc- Carney. Watch cabin TV Ch. 13 Men. 7.-.10 p.m. Library petition dis- cussion by local citizens. Mrs. James R. Short of Hunt- ington, W. Vs., was the recent guest of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Short and children. During her visit here they motored to Knoxville. Mr. Harry Short is presently on an extended business trip to Bos- ton, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Watt have recently returned from a three- week tour of New England Before returning to their home here they visited with their son, Bobby, a student at Duke University, Durham, N.C. East End Menus MONDAY Italian spaghetti with cheese Tossed salad, apple sauce French bread, butter and milk TUESDAY Pinto beans Spinach with boiled eggs Strawberry jello with fruit Cornbread. butter and milk WEDNESDAY Cubed steak with gravy Whipped potatoes Buttered peas, apricots Hot biscuits, butter and milk THURSDAY Vegetable soup with crackers Peanut butter and jelly sand- wich Peach cobbler Milk FRIDAY Sloppy Joes Whole kernel corn Celery and carrott strips Ice cream and milk Skating Party Held by Groups The Motlioaist Youth Fellow- ship and the Christian Youth Fellowship enjoyed an evening of 'ikating in Middlesboro on Sunday afternoon. The youth group accompanisd by the Rev. Sewe'l Woodward left Pineville at Around twenty, members and invited .guests enjoyed skating and re- freshments before returning home-. Yellow Creek Honor Students The students who made honor roll for the first six weeks at Yellow Creek School are the following: Second grade, Mrs. Stephens, teacher: Curtis Nash; third grade Mrs. Hell, teacher: Paul- ine Jo Stephens, Cynthia Duns- mure, Michael Webb. Fourth grade, Mrs. Arnetl, teacher: Lisa Rains, Gary Tho- mas; fourth grade, Mrs. Spade: teacher: Carolyn Barton, Ron- ald Carey, Omega Daniels, Deb- hie Warwick. Fifth grade, Mrs. Fuson, teacher: Martha Baker, Benny Webb, Mitzie Melton. Sixth grade, Mrs. Franklin, teacher: Don Johnson. Seventh grade, Mrs. Good, teacher: Vicki Barton, Debbie Beeler, Deloris Carey, Diana Mason, Jewel Smith. Eighth grade, Mr. Lee., teach- er: Effie Overbay, Stephen Pitz. Greene Family Reunion Held The family of Mrs. John (Mary) Greene had a family re- union Sunday, October 27, at the home of Johnnie I. Greene, Harrogate, Tenn. The children of Mrs. Greene who were present were: Viola Burdine, Ethel Duncan, Verda Rainey and families from Kings- port, Tennessee; Laura Beason, Charles Greene, Clarence (Bo) Greene, Ed Greene and famil- ies from Middlesboro, Kentucky; and Johnnie Greene and family from Harrogate, Tennessee. Others present were Mr. Rufus Greene, Mrs. Agnes Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Price, Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison, and Miss Glenda Lake. There were 23 grandchildren and 8 great-grand- children present. A delicious buffet dinner and warm family fellowship was en- joyed by each, of the 60 persons present. Events Calendar The Tri-State Saddle Club will present a demonstration of various breeds of horses and fereni competitive events at the Gap Conservation Center, Sun- day, November 3 at 2 p.m. No admission. The publ'c is cordial- ly invited. Ask Ann Landers West End Menu Pineville Club Holds Meeting WEST END MENU MONDAY Barbecue beef, toasted bun Whipped potatoes, apple sauce Citrus fruit cup, milk "Whlitler't the fa- mous painting, h housed in the Louvre in Paris. It bus been loaned to American ar: galleries for display on occa- sion. Dcnr Ann Landers: A couple prise me if 1 were the only per- who met in this office three son in the world who has It. months ago have fallen in love. We live in a medium sized We are all for romance we town. There are very few rob- think it's wonderful so please beries here and I don't remem- don't assume we are jealous ber the last time there was a cats. I myself am married and murder within 300 miles, the two others who are helping My mother has the crazy idea me write this letter have, at- that I should never be left in tractive boyfriends. Ihe house alone after d a r k. The problem: The lovers can- When she and Dad go to meet- not keep their hands off each ings, or visit friends, or do eve- other during office hours and it ning shopping, 1 have to go, is sickening. Either she is nib- too. There are times when 1 bling on his car by Ihe water should be doing my homework cooler or they are both standing or when I'd just as soon stay by the window in the middle home (I have no interest in vis- of the afternoon, her head nest- iling some of the old people they led on his chest just looking out at heaven knows what. If he isn't at her desk, she's at Mom has E'Xen me.a his desk. If she goes to the file reason- A1Lshe saV9 ls' TUESDAY Grilled cheese blown beans Chopped mixed greens Pickled beets onion rings Sliced peaches, milk WEDNESDAY Baked meat Ipaf PINEVILLE Mrs. Lee Tho- mas was hostess to the Friend- ship Canasta Club on Tuesday sandwich, nt p.m. at the Laurel Ow Restaurant. worn served to Mrs. Clarence Coi'asler, Mrs. Edd Sharp, Mary Osborne. Mrs. Fred Strauss, Mrs. Luclan Buttered whole kernel corn Hodges, Mrs, south Bevins, Mrs. cabinet, he goes, too. Can you suggest something? It's more than we can COLOR US NAUSEATED Dear Nauseated: No office manager around there? If there is, .something will be done about this revolting situation before long. If not, turn your heads the other way. The love birds will probably get married and that will put an end to the kitchey- cooin'. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 17-year-old girl with a problem I have never seen discussed in your column. It would not sur- I'd feel better if you came along." Please talk some sense to her. I am unable to get through. SICK OF BEING BABIED Dear Babied: Undoubtedly your mother is afraid that some- thing will happen to you if you are alone in the house. Fear can with pimentoes Golden glow salad Hot biscuits, butter milk THURSDAY Hamburger on toasted bun Buttered green beans Sliced tomato on lettuce-onion Cocoanut pudding, milk FRIDAY Cod fish fillets, tartar sauce Baked potato, cabbage, green pepper slaw Ice cream, cookie Corn'bread, butter milk Almanac By United Press International Harold Sams, Mrs. Bill John- son and three guests, Mrs. Rog- er Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Peace, Mrs. Edith Ashei. Mrs. South Bevins-, president, announced that Mrs. Bill John- son would be hostess for the next club meeting. Canasta win- ners were Mrs. Conaster, Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. R. Johnson, Mrs. Strauss, Mrs. Asher and Mrs. Peace. NOTICE Notice is hereby given of the appointment of Carrie Frances Elliptt as Administratrix of Ihs estate of Earl Thomas Elliott, deceased, late of Bell County, Kentucky, and all persons hav- ing claims against his estate shall present them, verified ac- cording to law to the Adminis- tratrix Carrie Frances Elliott, Julian II. Golden, Attorney at Law, Pineville, Kentucky, no later than three (3) months from this date. Carrie Frances Elliott Administratrix of the Estate of Earl Thomas Today is Saturday, Nov. 2, the 307th day of 1968 with 59 to be a horrible thing, particular follow. when there is no logical reason The moon is between its first for it. unfortunately you are pay- quarter and full phase. ing a dear price for your moth- The morning stars are er's neurosis. Suggest, to your Mercury, Mars and Jupiter. father that she get professional The evening stars are Saturn help. And if you can possibly go away to college I urge you to do so. A mother like yours could cripple you for good. Polly's Pointers Repairing Bras an'd Venus. On this day in history: In 1917 British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Bal- four, proposed a Jewish home- land in Palestine. In 1920 Pittsburgh radio station KDKA began the first regular schedule of broadcast- ing by reporting the returns of the presidential election. In 1948 President Harry Truman was reflected. In 1965 Norman Morrison set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon to protest the Viet- nam War. A thought for the day: A Box Supper will be held at the Old Yellow Creek School op Monday, November 4, at p.m. The public is cordially in- vited to attend. is understandably important when considering mortuary services. We are proud of our fine reputation for offering dignified, impeccable service to this community for many years. SHUMATE FUNERAL HOME Phone 248-1234 Th? Women of the Mt. Morhh Baptist Church will have a Woman's Day program Sunday afternoon at the church at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Charles A. Bailey will be the guest speaker. Mary Parkey is chairman of the pro- gram and the Rev. W. H. Moi- ton is pastor. SATURDAY Dinner will be served Satur- day evening at the Middlesboro Country Club tor members and guests from 7 until 10 o'clock. Page News By MRS. LEWIS WILDER Mr. and Mrs. Houston Thomp- son have returned home after spending two weeks vacation with their son, Robert Thomp- son of the U. S. Air Force and Mrs. Thompson and baby in Abilene, Texas. From there they visited their daughter and son-in-law, Wayne Cornelius of the U. S. Air Force and Mrs. Cornelius of Tuscon, Ariz. Ro- bert and Mrs. Robert Thomp- son accompanied them from Texas to Tuscc.n and they all toured places of interest in Mexico before returning home. Mr. Harlcy Wilder spent the weekend with relatives in Owensboro and Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Size- more and dauRhlcr, Irene of Richmond, Ind., were Sunday dinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meridith. WEEK-END SPECIAL! CLANCY'S TOPPER Two open flamed cooked pure hccf patties, topped with Kraft super-cured Cheddar cheese, our own spe- cial tartar snuce and crisp garden lettuce served on a toasted bun. ond an order Golden Brown FRENCH FRIES ALL FOR ONLY a lightweight material and make a small patch about inches across and one-inch deep. Cen- ter this patch over the top of the wire and sew on either by hand or machine. This should stay put for quite some time unless the little cap on the end of the wire has come off. It it is gone, the end of the wire is so sharp that nothing will really hold. It is a good idea to get in the habit of saving the wires from old bras to have for such an H. W. DEAR POLLY I have wrestled with Karan's problem for years. Bra stays keep cut- ting their way through fabric. The easiest stop-gap I have found is to push the stays down from the hole, mend the hole, then (being sure to cover the stay tip in the process) place a patch of adhesive-backed foam over the end. This is available in 6-by-6-inch ratable pieces in the foot care department of drugstores. It may be stitched on or merely replaced after each washing. After awhile this patch will give out, too, and the stay may be completely pulled out. The bra can be used for "third best" wearing. Since the stabbing is a nuisance and a danger and Sycamore By IDA NUNN Mr. and Mrs. Rasp Widner of Tazewell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nunn and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mallicoat attended Sunday School at Liberty Sunday. Mr. David Breeding visited with Gregory Ramsey Thurs-j day evening. I Miss Mary Jo Mallicoat and j Miss Gladys Grcer spent Fri- day night with Mrs. Ida Nunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nunn and sons attended church at F.lm Springs Sunday night near Snccdvilic. Mr. and Mrs. John Nunn visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Seals Sunday. Mrs. Seal.'; has just )ccn dismissed from the hos- pital. Mrs. Tip Coleman is a prili- ent in a hospital in Ohio. She is the sister of Mrs. James Le- wis of Now Salem. Mr. and Andy Buchan- an and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mallicoal and daughters visited witli the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Mallicont Sunday. POLLY'S PROBLEM DEAR POLLY Do you know if it is possible to dye stay-pressed levis? My hus- band has three pairs of light tan ones that show dirt so badly that I want to change the color to dark green or dark blue if NE DEAR POLLY A .friend from New Hampshire recently sent me one of your paperback books, "Polly's Homemaking Pointers." I had not'heard about it before and was delighted to get it. I am enjoying it and am ordering one to be sent to my sister in Massachusetts. My aunt told me the follow ing Pointer about 40 years ago but it may he new to some the readers. To smooth out fringe on table napkins, place mats and even bedspreads, gath- er the WET fringe edges up in the hand (about six to 12 inch above the fringe) and strike sharply against the edge of the ironing board or table. The fringe will soon be straight and untangled. On a napkin, you would have tr do this to each side separately or four times. This method of untangling fring? ALWAYS works for me. I usual- ly do this while the article is very damp from sprinkling and ready to 1521 East Cumberland Acron from Cumherlund Font Mnton 65 Now Is the Time! Lawn Supplies Now is the right time to rejuvenate an old lawn or make a new one! All Kinds Lawn Tools Lawn Seed, Fertilizer, Turf Builder and Lime Spreaders. MIDDLESBORO HARDWARE CO. Phone 248-5584 hat we have lost the future.' DEAR POLLY I want to the repairs still more trouble, I help Karan, who has trouble believe the final solution is to with the wires working out of write the manufacturers re- her bras. For over five years questing sturdier construction at winstorchurchill' said? "ifwe I alered.and repaired bras and that point of stress. I have open a quarrel between the past girdles. I found the following to hesitated to do this as it is al- present we snan find out be very satisfactory: Push ths ready so difficult and expensive wire back in. with a needle and to obtain the DD and I certainty doubled thread, then sew up the would not want to discourage hole. Take two thicknesses of their limited manufacture. If heavy twill tape, a heavy fab- there is one Karan there must ric or even four thicknesses of be lots of other Karans reading your column, so come on. DDs, let us all punc- tured DD, DOROTHY FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTE FOR JUANITA C. LATIFF i Business woman. Worked many years with young adults in vocational area. Mother of two children. -life-long resident of our community. Energetic. Always worked for community welfare. NO. 96 ON BALLOT Paid Political Ad by Juanita C. Latiff Call Us for Perfect Moving Service! AcroM Town C Across Ihe Nation FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 248-IU2 or 248-I5M KENNtTH SPANGLER i MOVING STORAGE CO. enncuf WAYS, FIRST, OUAUTY. Contribute to RELIGION in AMERICAN LIFE by URGING YOU TO Worship this week All You Can Eat ANNUAL ROTARY CLUB PANCAKE DAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th 6 A.M. 7 P.M. Trinity United Methodist Church SI Adults 50 cents Children PROCEEDS USED FOR COMMUNITY PROJECTS Middiesboro Rotary Club wishes to express gratitude to these firms for their cooperation: J.F. SCHNEIDER SONS for Sausage COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. for Soft Drinks PET MILK CO. for MM TRi-STATE WHOLESALE CO. for Syrup BOB WHITE CO. for Syrup J. C. PENNEY COMPANY   

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