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Corbin Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 24, 1980, Corbin, Kentucky The Corbin times Tribune Page seven news for women monday March 24,1980 Sherry Foley society editor personals engagements weddings fashions engagement around the town monday 6 30 . A the Bethany class of the Central Baptist Church will meet for a potluck dinner at the Church. Ruby peace and Pearl Brown will be the hostesses. In service m senior airman Michael w. Stillings son of or. And mrs. Frank Stillings of London ky., has reenlisted in the . Air Force after being selected for career status. Airman Stillings an inflight refuelling specialist at Wurtsmith air Force base Oscoda Mich was approved for reenlistment by a Board which considered character and Job performance. The airman a wife Sandra is the daughter of Ralph Boggs of route 5, London. Or. And mrs Ronnie Anderson of Corbin announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Jan to or. Kevin Faulkner is the son of or. And mrs. Odell Faulkner of Corbin. Miss Anderson is a graduate of Corbin High school and is now employed by or. Frank h. Catron. Or. Faulkner is also a graduate of Corbin High school and is now employed with l amp n Railroad. The wedding is planned for 1 30 ., april 5 at Central Baptist Church Corbin. No local invitations Are being sent. All friends and relatives Are cordially invited to attend. St. Patrick Motif of Corbin women s club 6 30 . A the Corbin band boosters will meet in the band room. 7 30 . A the Bryant chapter no. 20 Oes will meet for their regular meeting and initiation in the masonic Hall. 7 30 . A the Corbin Junior woman a club will meet at the first Federal building. Those unable to attend the meeting Are to Call 528-8915. 8 30 . A the Corbin High school choir will have a skating party at the Sweet hollow recreation Hall. Tuesday 7 . A the Corbin women a club will meet at Jerry a restaurant. 7 30 . A the Nib Roc homemakers will meet at the Public Library. 7 30 . A the Ossoli club will meet at Howard Johnsons. If unable to attend Call 528-1555 or 528-3933. Wednesday 6 30 . A the past councillors club 124 will meet at the Home of Rachel Vermillion 602 master Street. Thursday 7 . A the pythian Sisters will meet at the knights of pythias Hall for their regular meeting. 7 30 . A the Tri county Democrat club will meet at the Corbin Public Library. 7 30 . A the Corbin Book club will meet at Howard Johnson a with is. . Harber As hostess. The Williamsburg High school senior English classes have recently studied a unit on the mystery play. These students Gary Mcclure Karen Byrd and Robert Sexton Are operating a computer that was the prime Sleuth in one of the plays. The computer was built by Karen Byrd. Wedding anniversaries March 24 since now another special Day Marks a year As passed away it is beginning of one More and As the Golden Days of Yore May this year be a Happy one until its final hour is done and May have we the Chance to Send Many others a Friend to Friend. Or. And mrs. Brint Litteral forty sixth or. And mrs. John l. Jones forty ninth Circle ii convenes Circle ii of the first Christian Church met thursday afternoon in the Anna Todd Buttermore lounge of the Church with mrs. Karl von Gruenigen and mrs. Myrtle Rookard As hostesses. Mrs. Florence Mabry gave the program titled a living in the Shadow of the different topics brought out were a a Jesus teaching and example a a we Are All one family a a helping persons to help themselves a a rights of the aging in our society a a promoting awareness and growth a a the need for Law As a Means to Freedom a and a turning words into a business session was held by the chairman mrs. Raymond Ohler. Secretary and Treasury reports were Given by mrs. Malcolm Moore. Mrs. Thor Bahrman president of the Christian women a Fellowship discussed programs to be Given in the circles. The 1980 Bazaar was discussed. Workday will be april 22nd at 7 . At the Church. It was decided to have a Chart made for the attendance in the Circle. Mrs. Bahrman suggested the month the Circle is responsible for the program in the . Will also be responsible for visitation. A drawing will be held for Circle Sisters. Those attending were mesdames Thor Bahrman Malcolm Moore Egbert Karr . Karr de Wilder . Branaman Karl von Gruenigen Bert Riddell James o. Crawford Daisy Kearney Keith p. Smith Raymond Ohler and Florence Mabry. The Corbin woman a club met tuesday evening March 11, at the Howard Johnson restaurant. Thelma Lockhart Jean Daniel and Delores Farmer were hostesses. The tables were decorated in Green and White representing the St. Patrick Motif. Jewell Martin president presided Over the business session. The meeting was opened by Jean Daniel. The pledge to the american Flag was Given. Retha Copas called the Roll and read the minutes of the february meeting. Velma Cannon gave the treasurers report and Daisy Davis was welcomed As a new member. Becky Leick chairman of the Scholastic High school Honor banquet announced that the banquet will be held april 25th. The club sponsors a Scholastic Honor banquet each year. Mabel wagers read the names of the 1980-1981 club officers to be elected mrs. Martin announced that the Kentucky federation of women a club meeting will be held in Louisville april 10,11, and 12. Members were urged to attend. The program arranged for the meeting was on a the Thelma Lockhart presented mrs. Orville sue Tomlin teacher at Lynn Camp school with her Little league Drill team. The Little girls gave a Beautiful performance in their Drill work. Those on the team were Melissa Tomlin Rebecca Fuson Wendi Wright Tarena Jenkins Marsha Owens and Tracy Hobbs. Then or. Orville Tomlin very artistically illustrated cake decorating. A Large cake was decorated while explaining each step used in completing the decoration. The cake which was delicious was served to the members and their guests. Those members present were Shirley Mckay Delores Fanner Drucilla Cannon Margaret Eisenbarth Viola Reasor Becky Leick Velma Cannon Jewl Martin Retha Copas Jean Daniel Thelma Lockhart Juanita Hughes Daisy Davis Hazel Lewallen Mabel Waters Betty Smith Thelma Jackson Hazel Morrison Prudie Bundy Elizabeth Sams Helen a. Dearing Princess my bumpy and Rachel Vermillion guests present were or. And mrs. Orville Tomlin Melissa Tomlin Rebecca Fuson Wendi Wright Tarena Jenkins Marsha Owens and Tracy Hobbs. David Bays private David e. Bays the son of Naomi Bays and the late Eldon Bays of Corbin has completed Basic training at the United states Marine corps base Parris Island South Carolina and is now stationed at the Little Creek amphibious naval base Norfolk Virginia. March 24 Justine Young Harold l. Campbellsr. Donald Bruce Claude Alsip Kevin e. Dozier Laurie Ann Poling personal visiting mrs. John Ruggles of Woodbine March 14, was mrs. Leona Ruggles Shields of i Lexington. Mrs. Shields had been visiting for a few weeks in Florida with her brother and his wife John Ruggles or. And Mildred Sanders Ruggles. Mrs. Shields daughter Vivian also visited Ethel Sutton and her daughter Faye Oakley. Robert Bullock Rloyd Bullock Marty Payne now hours 98 . Monday thru Friday 8 30 to 4 . Saturday Bobby Bullock owner a mgr. Met. Bobby Gall Bullock Cihlor b reception it trademark hair styling Tro Domort shopping Cantor Corbin. By. A Csc Simpson trademark Center Corbin Kentucky open 9 300 . Until 9 00 . Monday through saturday closed on sunday Playtex. 6 r2 1 ?o0/�off v m my i suggested a a a i i retail prices instead bras amp free spirit bras and Bottoms instead bras free spirit bras free spirit Fanny shapers amp smoothers body briefer Sale ends april 12, 1980

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