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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Corbin, Kentucky Living today Myra Calder today editor wednesday january 5 a 5 Dozier Vescio february 19 wedding or. And mrs. Gerald a. Ellsworth of Dayton Ohio and or. And mrs. Samuel p. Dozier Iii of Versailles wish to announce the engagements and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kimberly Kate Dozier to Michael Andrew Vescio son of or. And mrs. Herbert s. Vescio of Richmond. Miss Dozier is a december 1982 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority. Or. Vescio attended Eastern Kentucky University where he was a member of Sigma no fraternity. He is residing in Virginia where he is employed by advanced Coal management. The wedding is set for 6 30 . February 19 at the first Christian Church in Corbin. Miss Dozier is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Keith p. Smith Corbin and the great granddaughter of mrs. . Branaman Corbin. Club be. William s Burg the Williamsburg homemakers club met at noon december 14 for annual Christmas potluck luncheon in the Community room of the Whitley county Library. President Ada Williams opened the meeting. Marie Jones gave the devotional she emphasized that what we do for others a the needy the poor the helpless a is the True spirit of Christmas. Mattie Brown gave the invocation after which the members served themselves at the Buffet tables. The american greeting card company donated the paper table accessories however the hostesses had added Christmas arrangements at each table. Hostesses for the potluck were Rayma Nicholson Audrey Williams Edna Gail Morgan and Ann Ballou. Marilyn Teague directed the program. A Christmas booklets were distributed at each table with a history of each Carol and the words to be Sung. As the members chose a Carol she accompanied them on the piano Christmas cards were signed by each member and guest to be sent to Hester Freeman and Hilda Mahan at the nursing Home in Williamsburg and Fannie Belle Beard at brother a Home her in Tuskegee Alabama. The club gave $2.r> to the nursing Home Rayma Nicholson was in charge of the Exchange of gifts among those who had chosen to participate. The club gave the president a Lovely gift of two brass candlesticks with insert crystals. Those celebrating birthdays were Mary a. Hill Mattie Brown Debbie Faulkner and Geneva Carroll. Dorothy Smith rejoined the club and was welcomed warmly. Guests at the tables were introduced to the group they were Wilma Tidewell Eva Allen Hendrickson and Marie King. Members attending were Nancy Witt Pauline Hall. Viola Mcdonald Hazel Taylor Edna Earl Morgan. Audrey Williams Ann Ballou Mildred Ingram. Mary a. Hill Mattie Brown Ruby Allen Exie Chinn. Miriam Bowman. Ethelda Conlin Jennie Lou Barton Lillian Mcdowell Margaret Roberts Dorothie Smith Glenna Taylor Ida c. Campbell Marie Jones Debbie Faulkner Athelie Mack Monnie stall Geneva Carroll Ada Williams Rayma Nicholson. Edith Lawson and Marilyn Teague. Military news. Randall Landers airman Randall g. Landers son of Margaret f. Saylor and Stepson of Rufus Saylor of 1704 s. Goodwin ave., Corbin has been assigned to Kesslen air Force base Mississippi after completing air Force Basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland air Force base Texas the airman studied the air Force Mission organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition airmen who Complete Basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the air Force. The airman will now receive specialized instruction in the administration Field. His wife Lesia is the granddaughter of or. And is. . Sproule of route 4, Williamsburg. The airman is a 1981 graduate of Whitley county High school Williamsburg. Michael Powers Captain Michael b. Powers son of mrs. Denton Fuson of the Cumberland Falls Road. If has been awarded the air Force commendation medal with his first Oak Leaf Cluster he distinguished himself by meritorious service As a c-141 instructor aircraft commander. Assistant chief unit control Center and local Airdrop school instructor 76tn military Airlift Squadron 437th military Airlift Wing Charleston fab South Carolina from june 15, 1978 to june 10, 1982. During this period the outstanding skill leadership and ceaseless efforts of capt Powers resulted in major contribution to the effectiveness and Success of the 76th Mas. His Superior ability to develop enduring and effective procedures significantly improved the Squadron s Mission capabilities and administrative policies which served As an inspiration to the members of the Squadron and contributed significantly to the squadrons in parallel 728.000 hours flying safety record. The distinctive accomplishments of capt. Powers reflect credit upon himself and the United states air Force. Captain Powers is now on the staff at the us air Force Academy Colorado. Walter Thompson Walter Lee Thompson son of or and mrs. George Thompson 5th Street Corbin has been promoted to . 09-01. Given by Carshal a. Burris jr., colonel Mac executive officer at Madigan army medical Center in Tacoma Washington this promotion recognizes demonstrated ability and is a credit to both the individual and the army. Guthrie l. Turner jr., i brigadier general my commanding Madigan army medical Center Tacoma Washington recognized Thompson by officially recommending him for special service during the period june 1, 1981, to july 15,1982. Thompson As a television production specialist in plans operations and training Madigan army Medican Center was instrumental in coordinating the audiovisual requirements of the uniformed services course in family practice Tri service and the in annual scientific Assembly of the uniformed services Academy of family physicians a meeting hosted by Madigan army medical Center. The excellent audiovisual support of this meeting was directly attributable to the intense and diligent efforts of Thompson. Charlotte Kimmy pvt. Charlotte a. Kimmy daughter of Maria e. Brittian of 115 n. Fourth St., Williamsburg has completed Basic training at fort Dix new Jersey. During the training students received instruction in Drill and ceremonies weapons map Reading tactics military Courtesy military Justice first Aid and army history and traditions. She is a 1982 graduate of Whitley county High school Williamsburg. Lovesick brother in Law needs definite drastic cure around the town thursday 2 . A Circle 1 of Corbin presbyterian Church will West Corbin the West Corbin homemakers met wednesday december 8, in the Holiday decorated Home of Ann Carpenter for their annual Christmas dinner. The president Madge Mccreary called the meeting to order. The devotional was Given by Gloria Trosper. She read scripture taken from St. Luke chapter two and a prayer reminding us to express More love for each other through the Christmas season. A potluck dinner was enjoyed by Joyce Freeman Melrose Sears jewel Martin Mabeth Grant Betty Scalf Ruth Wyatt Leona Wyatt Eana Thurston Lillian Tinsley Shirley Mckay Daisy Davis Nettie Hood Barbara Estepp Zou Cobb Katherine Sears Gloria Trosper Madge Mccreary Truda Hensley Uva Smith hostess Ann Carpenter and two visitors. Debra Sears and Paula Mackey. After dinner games were enjoyed and gifts were exchanged. The door prize was won by Lillian Tinsley. Co hosting the occasion were Madge Mccreary Lillian Tinsley Gloria Trosper Joyce Freeman and Melrose Sears. Meet at the Home of mrs. Myers Clark with mrs. T p Wray acting As the co hostess. 6 30 . The Corbin Council 124 daughters of America will meet at the k of Hall 7 . A general meeting of the dudes and dolls Square dance club will be held at the Hall All club members Are urged to attend pythias and the pythian Sisters will meet at the k of p Hall for a potluck dinner members Are asked to bring a White elephant gift. Saturday 8 . A the dudes and dolls Square dance club will sponsor a special Square dance on the second floor of the Poynter plumbing building. Guest caller will be Keller Campbell. Club members Are asked to bring snacks. 7 . The Corbin genealogical society will monday meet at Pak a Sak. Y Friday 6 . A the knights of 7 30 . The Corbin Junior woman a club will meet at or Weigandt a office on 18th Street. Jamiar 5 birthday greetings James a. Rapier Joyce Lockaby Mark Parman Joe Parman Eula Garland Jack Coffey Robert Gosser Adam Christopher Kinser Stephen v. Paul Stewart Blankenship Beana Pridemore by Abigail Van Buren dear Abby my sister s husband has always liked me. That a the problem. He likes me More than i want him to. He has propositioned me in the past but in be always been Able to put him in his place without making a scene. In a separated from my husband thanksgiving night at my Mother s he cornered me in the Kitchen and i had to threaten him with a Butcher knife to keep him from forcing himself on me. He smeared my lipstick and Tore my dress. I said i was Chilly and put on my coat so nobody would notice on another family occasion he followed me into the bedroom locked the door and tried to rape me he keeps telling me he a a loves me i can to stand the sight of that Man but we Are thrown together constantly because he s family. I can to Tell my sister because they have three children and she loves him. Besides i done to want to Hurt her its a terrible Strain to keep out of his Way. He seven called me at work and tried to talk me into seeing him. He a making a nervous wreck of me. What should i do9 fee strapped dear feels Tell your sister. Her Luis hand needs help. Attempted rape is nothing to sweep under the carpet. If he a tried it with you he s probably tried it with others a and maybe succeeded. Family or not he should be exposed for what he is. Dear Abby is it Ever of for a Man to Wear his hat in a restaurant in a dating a texan who always keeps Nis Cowboy hat on while we re eating out. We go to Nice places and sometimes people look at him funny. By the Way he a not really a Cowboy but he always wears a Cowboy hat. Thanks. Betty in Greenwich Conn. Dear Betty unless your texan is an orthodox jew he should remove his hat while dining. Dear Abby in a recent column you asked if there wedding anniversaries january 5 or. And mrs. Roy Hembree fifth or and mrs. Harold Hubbs seventh or. And mrs Bruce Hood third or and mrs. Charles Broughton forty seventh by a a Usu by or <j\a, fro m the round table gang on Woods is reducing All Winter merchandise 40% Sale starts thurs., Jan. 6 at 9 . So Woods 208 s. Broad St x London 878-0944 Young s music Center 24 hour store wide clearance Sale thursday Friday amp saturday. Jan. 6th Jan. 7th Jan 8th All piano s in Stock will be reduced to the lowest Price Ever. Some units will be reduced up to 50%. This Sale will not be repeated. No prices will be advertised or quoted Over the phone. Make us a reasonable offer. No dealers. Store hours 9 am a 5 pm daily South main St. Kimball London by 878-8314 was a City known As a the Well there is. And i am sending you a to shirt bearing the message a Hibbing Minnesota its the pits a Hibbing is the Home of the open the v summer when most of America is sweltering come enjoy the naturally air conditioned City of Hibbing. Minn. Largest open pit Iron Ore mine in the world. In the Bill Wirtanen president Hibbing c. Of c. Ambassadors club dear Bill thanks for the neat to shirt. . It fits dear Abby please Tell that Lam brained idiot who is forcing his left handed child to user her right hand that i am a a a victim of the the that Kaka kind of St St stupidity. Fafa a rank p s. 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