Letter From Ki-Y Decorations, Games In Camp Activities Dclln Domocrnt-Times Â·Wednesday. July 13, '60 11 Camp Ki-Y Hot Springs, Ark Dear Mom, I've been so busy that I haven't been able to write. We really Mary Elizabeth HcClcllan from Charleston, Belly Lynn Bennett torn New Orleans, ami Jan Townscnd from Lake Providence, celebrated the Fourth of July over here. When wo woke up that mom- ing our "lovely leaders" had already decorated our cabin door and the dining ball. There were red, white, and blue- balloons and crepe paper all over the place. The First Aid Station was even decorated. Our camp nurse is Mrs. Oakcs. We call her "Mrs. Calamine" because she puts calamine lotion on all our many insect bites. Lots of Fun Our activities on the morning of the Fourth were lots of fun. We had canoe races for the older campers. Did I tell you lha I was learning how to canoe' Â· You can tell Daddy that Fay Tul los and Penny Howard of cabin cght won first, Andy Karchme and Linda Anderson of cabin six won second, and Sully Cousley and Carolyn Jordan of cabin sev en won third. After the races between campers, we had the funniest race o nil. Some of the people from headquarters raced. Dub Coach won, but they were reall La. I have to go down to assembly now to find out who I'm going to play in tire tournaments. Your daughter, Susie Deltans In Service Cadet Larry M. Speakes, 20 wlrose wife, Jewell, lives on loute 1, Cleveland, Miss., is re- eiving sx weeks of training a the Army Reserve Officer Train ng Corps summer camp at Fort Banning. Ga. The training i scheduled to be concluded Jul out of breath The next event was parade of canoes decorated by the younger campers. They really were pretty with red, white, and blue streamers. The judges liad a hard time hut finally decided on cabin four as the winner with cabin five coming in second. Swimming Meet The Swimming Meet was also lots of fun. The leaders decorated the pool and did some stunts in the water. Bonnie Dugger was a clown and she really acted out her part. We really had fun racing. My cabin had lots 29. He is a 1357 graduate of Mer gokl High School and is a sti dent at the University of Mississ ppi. He is a member of Kapp Sigma, Lambda Sigma and Om c cron Delia Kappa fraternities.' His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Speakes, live in Merigold. Army Specialist Four Charles H. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harris, 204 Kobb st. r| l.eland, is a member of the 52ml Medical Battalion in Germany. I The 22-year-old soklier is a 19-' 5fi graduate of Dreisch H i g h School, Leland. He attended 1 Wayne Stale University, Detroit, Mich., and was employed by King Cole Super Market, Detroit, before entering the Army. of winners. have to write you later about the names of all We have the finals the winners, on Sunday. We had a really truly Carnival that night after supper. We pitched pennies, threw darts at balloons, pounded nails with a teller, hail hammer, had a fortune threw balls at tin cans, hnrror ]wuse, and free James R. Thomas, airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Thomas of Route 2, Dox 99, Ruleville. Miss., is helping to prolong the life of a victim of aplas- tic anemia while serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare air- cralt carrier USS Bcnnington operating out of San Diego, Calif The crew of the aircraft carrier learned that a Mrs. Vcrna Merrill, sticken with the ailment, required continuous transfusions of whole blood. The wife of Con- employee, David Mcrritt, s h e h a d been t h r o u g h ANN PAGE Super-Right" Farm Style S l i c e d B a c o n ?\ Thick 2 Lb. Qjify \ Sliced Pkg. ^^ "SUl'Kll RIGHT" FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF LB . 49 C "SUPER RIGHT" ALL MEAT FRANKS LB .49 C "SUPER RIGHT" HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN TIP ROAST L B .79 C "SUPER RIGHT" HEAVY BEEF T-BONE CLUR PORTERHOUSE STEAKS LB . 89 c BAKERY FEATURES JANE PARKER PECAN PIES JANE PARKER EACH 53 c ANN PAGK Super-Right" Heavy Beef MAYONNAISE . QT .45 ANNE PAGE PORK BEANS 2^1 29 ANN PAGE "Super-Right" Heavy Beef SALAD" DRESSING QT .43 c C J Â« LB. 7Q C 6 CAN / O punch. Kay Stubblefield won the prize for guessing iho number of 'Ki- Y rocks" in a jar. We didn't have to pay for anything and we got prizes. The apple bobbing wns lots of fun especially i! we got the apples. Lacy Nance, Ju- more than 500 transfusions in :ive years and has wiped out the 'nmily's savings, leaving them in deb', by 100 pints to the San Di-j ego Blood Bank. Mrs. Merrill was adopted" by the Bcnnington sailors who organized "Voyage for Vema" to supply her with whole blood for the rest of her life. CRISCO PRAISE SOAR 2 REG. 27 c PRAISE SOAP... 2 BAT H39 C LUX FLAKES sB fz GE 33 c "Super-Right" Heavy Beef "Super-Right" Heavy Beef GT. :T. 00 I us. OÂ£ Boneless Round Sirloin Bone In Rump Bone In Whole Cut Wrapped For Your Freezer Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. SPANISH BAR EACH 29 c JANE PARKER CINNAMON BREAKFAST ROLLS 29 c JANE PARKER BLACKBERRY PIES 45 c JANE PARKER LONG WHITE BREAD g2'23' JANE PARKER BUTTERMILK BREAD L4 o^25 ( A P FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 5 S79 A P FROZEN CAULIFLOWER 3^49Â° NIFTY FROZEN WAFFLES 4 5 PK Z G.37 C 59 C AD DETERGENT GS ^ T 82 VEL LIQUID 2 BoÂ° Tz 65 LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 Reg 21 LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 Bath 31 c SWAN SOAP 4 BARS 23' civ Webb, nnil Hilda Cope that it was a good carnival because everything was free. I Cadet Joseph P. Slovall, 20 Good Boblwr son of Mrs. Ruth Scovall, Route Andy Karchmer is a good apple bobber. 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