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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Beckley, West Virginia Register and Post Herald Reckley w. Va., saturday morning december 28, 1957 five a Nicholas county yuletide reunions held by Richwood families a Wyoming county Richwood dec. 27 rns a Christmas reunions were Many As Richwood families gathered around dinner tables. Or. And mrs. Mason Hill of Spruce Street were joined by their san Tom Home from West Virginia University another son. Richard member of the faculty at Frost Junior High school at Jackson Mich. And his guest miss Louise Rowe of Clarksburg mrs. Hill s Mother. Mrs. Virginia Stock Well Toms guest miss Ann Chapman and two grandsons Tom and Ken Welch. Christmas dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. James Hutchinson were or. And mrs. Charles Flowers of Bridgeton n. J., Virgil Hutchinson of Berryville or. And mrs. Leonard Coe and their daughters of Summersville or. And mrs. Walter Smith and children or. And mrs. John Husk and family mrs. Mahulda Kessler and children All of Richwood. Visiting mrs. Capitola Conley were her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Robert Hinkle and daughter Abby of East Rainelle sgt. And mrs. Eugene Conley of Tundall air base Fla. Seaman Keith Conley in route to Norfolk a. From a Tuxen my. Linda Conley Robin Conley Arden Conley and mrs. Conley smother mrs. Virginia Cogar. Or. And mrs. Roy Hoover and family from Charleston joined her parents. Or. And mrs. Robert Holt. They also visited his Mother mrs. Roy Hoover and other relatives in Richwood. Or. And mrs. Charles Simons of Cherry Street were joined by their sons sgt. And mrs. James Simons and daughter from Norfolk. A. Or. And mrs. Lynn Simons and son Lynn from Morgantown who also visited her parents or. And mrs. Joe vitello and or. And mrs. Kenneth Simons and daughter from Summersville. Joining the family group it the Home of or. And mrs. A. My Summersville personals Summersville Doc. 27 in sir. And mrs. Wade Donohue and daughters. Patsy and Karen of Philadelphia were Hob-1 Day guests of her parents or j and mrs. L. A Richardson at i Kessler s Cross lanes. Abo visit i my the Richardson during the Kenzior Walnut Street was their Holiday vacation were their son son a limes Home from West Vir a and daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Ginia University and their son and Robert Richardson and two a ugh daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Jay j tors of Ripley. They spent some Mckenzie from Charlottesville j time with her parents or. And Quot bore Jay attending the uni mrs. Burton Stanard at Enon. varsity of Virginia. Charles Skaggs of Jackson for the first time in seven years Ohio visited his brother in Law j the entire family of or. End mrs. And sister or. Ami mrs. Eugen j. Campbell during the holidays. Robert s. Hickok has fatal attack Mullens. Dec. 27 rns a Robert Stanley Hickok 4-9. Herndon Heights died of a heart attack Early today minutes after his admission to the emergency room at the Wyoming general Hospital. Informed sources said Hickok was stricken shortly before 7 a. In. In his office at the Mullens shop of the virginian railway where he was employed As a first shift electrical Foreman. He had reportedly been ill thursday night but insisted on going to work this morning which involved driving approximately 15 Miles. He entered the service of the railway sept. I 1928. Born aug. 6, 1908 he was a native of Green Springs a. Surviving Are his wife. Frances h r parents. Or. And mrs. R. M. Hickok also of Herndon Heights four Brothers Claude Alpoca Gordon. Bud Hubert Princeton and Ralph Barrett two Sisters mrs. Haynes Davidson Bristol tenn., and mrs. Boyd Brown jr., Mullens. The funeral will be conducted at a Fayette county Fayette farm agents accept new positions Fayetteville. Dec. 27 rns a Fayette county is losing both of its farm agents and to Date no replacements have been named. Richard j. Glass or. Who has been county agent for a year and a half and j. Raymond Fox. Who has been co agent for six months Are leaving the county Jan. 15. Glass will go to Masontown As a Coal River area Marsh Fork Valley news Rock Creek dec. 27 urns a or. And mrs. Eugene Pettry of Cleveland. Ohio arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with mrs. Pet Trva a parents or. And mrs. Sunday in the Herndon Azel Farley of Rock Creek and la a. In. Heights methodist Church with the Rev. H. W. Gillespie in charge. Burial will be in Roselawn memorial gardens at Princeton. The body will remain at Robertson and Foglesong funeral Home and will taken to the Church one hour prior to the funeral. Supervisor for vocational agriculture teachers in the High school and Fox will teach Voag in Alderson High school. Both men were Voag teachers before being employed by the agricultural Extension service of West Virginia University As county farm agents. Glass came to Fayette county to replace j. Haynes Miller who retired after Many years As county agent. Fox joined the Extension service in the county after it was selected by the u. S. Department of agriculture As a a Pilot county in the Rural development program. Glass with his family lives in the Franklin Heights addition to Fayetteville but Fox who came to Fayette county from Sandstone has not moved his family Here. Glass has also been assisting with the 4-h club work in the county As no county 4-h club agent has been employed since Harold Sullivan resigned some time ago. Howard Kohl were together at i Christmas. Their son Howard or officers elected by Pineville Guild Pineville. Doc. 27 rns a the Pineville girls Guild met sex Minden Man Dies in Chicago Oak Hill. Dec. 27 rns a Fred Jackson Honaker. 55. Chi toned at fort Monmouth n. J., Cago 111., and formerly of Minden Pettry a parents or. And mrs. Clyde Pettry of de Wight. Buddy and Earl o Dell of Cleveland Ohio Are spending the holidays with his parents or. And mrs. Dewey o Dell of mount View Hill. Pvt. Paul Lemon who is Sta arrived saturday to spend a week with his parents. Or. And mrs. Jack Lemon of Rock Creek. I or and mrs. James f. Webb of 15t02 Plumer Avenue Baltimore. My. Arrived sunday to spend the a Christmas Holiday j with mrs. Webb a parents or. And mrs j. Died wednesday at his Illinois Home after suffering a heart attack. He was employed by the Bell i rowers and Howell camera factory. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Alice Crone Honaker two Sisters mrs. H. F. Agee Garten and John Otis Sibold taken by death Union. Dec. 27 rms John Otis Sibold 45. Formerly of Covington. A. Was found dead several Days ago in a Rooming House in Pittsburgh a. Death was attributed to natural causes. Born june i 1012 at Kaplan he was a son of the late John f and Bertie Hooter Sibold. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a member of the first Christian Church at Covington a. Survivors include a daughter miss Juanita Sibold of Covington three Sisters. Mrs. Eva Peters of Union mrs. Annie Sibold of Greenville and mrs. Edith Runyon of White Sulphur Springs seven Brothers Cecil of Herndon va., Osby of Lexington va., Russel of Arlington va., Joe of Roanoke. Va., Roy of White Sulphur Springs Dennis of Peterstown and Jesse of Amarillo Texas. Tile body was returned Friday be ambulance to Broyles funeral Home in Union. Funeral services will be held in the funeral Home Chapel at 2 . Sunday with the Rev . Smith of Covington va., in charge. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery at Keenan. Graveside rites will be conducted by Covington and Union american legion posts. Active pallbearers will be Tammy buddy and Bill Sibold Otis Long Rov Ballard P. Crosier jr., Theodore Buckland and Eugene Rowe. Ladies of the Fairview Church at Keenan will carry a Greenbrier Valley Shirley Reed weds Robert Griffith l Bradford of mount View Hill mrs. W e. Bellow. Glen Morgan or. And mrs Cero id Parrish j u a?.ln service for a part of those j thurs y night for their Deceron and Webb a parents. Or and mrs. Five sons Fred or. Thomas. John of Lynch by. Left thursday for christmases. Spending the Holiday j Ber meeting with miss Fern Poff j James a. Webb of Beckley and William and James All of Chi Alabama to visit his parents aft in Richwood were or. And mrs. As hostess at the Home of or. Jour relatives and Friend. Cago three daughters mrs. Mar or spending the Holiday weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Wilbur Herold. Hobday guests of or. And mrs Howard Kuhl and their family Anco or from Ann Arbor Mich miss Mable Kuhl is Home on vacation from school at Ann Arbor and Marvin Phillips. John b. Cue were or. And might its Wanette Kuhl. Who has been Story by Doris Schoolcraft mrs j s Bobbitt and son and hospitalized was Able Como election of officers for the daughter in Law or and mrs j borne for the run in. Along with j eng year featured the business or. And mrs. Tony buffurine1 Lene Mcintosh and miss Linda Hon the group s�3ng Christmas carols j and son. James Stanley of 815 Aker both of Chicago and mrs. And the program was presented by Wes let Sheridan Road in Chicago. Edna Gwinn. Oak Hill and six Christmas iu., arrived sunday at the Home of j grandchildren or and mrs. Darrell Dve of Kitty Goode with a Ronceverte personals Ronceverte dec. 27 rns a miss Stephanie Bare of Ashland ky., and miss Thelma miss Shirley Anne Reed was United in marriage to Robert Gene Griffith at 2 . Saturday in the Cranberry memorial methodist Church in Covington a. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Walter Reed of Neola and her husband is the son of mrs. Marcella v. Bradley of Sweet Springs and r. Griffith of Oak Hill. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Andrew g. Lynch. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Street length dress of powder Blue Wool with Black accessories and a Corsage of White carnations. Miss Elsie Austin of Ronceverte was maid of Honor. She wore a Navy taffeta dress with Matching accessories and a Corsage of Pink roses. Ray Griffith of Sweet Springs was Best Man. The Bride was graduated from White Sulphur High school and is employed in the reservation department of the Greenbrier hotel. He was graduated from Mills High school and is associated with Burlington Mills in White Sulphur Springs. Funeral services will be held at Bare of Washington. D care Jere James m. Bobbitt and two Chil m Drin of Storrs Conn. Or. And to a Laurel Grade school Mary Jane Kuhl teacher in meeting. They will be instal com Charleston. They spent Christmas 2.30 . Saturday in the Chapel the Hoilda-v3 a Sines with mrs. Buffurine a brother and of the Tyree funeral Home Here i it a led at family or. And mrs. L. Mas by the Rev. Mont Carr. Burial will air and. Al1 Thanes _. _ _ _ s. Sure 5 a cry i pfc Tymoc mrs. Bobbitt will visit her Par or. And mrs amen co Digre list woman s Mission society. The meeting of the Bap sey of Marmet and her parents be in Odd Fellows cemetery. K. Ford Are spending Christmas in Lynch ends in Pittsburgh before return Gorio and daughters Darlene and Annette came from Detroit. Mich., officers president ing Home. William Dorsey of Hanover to spend the holidays with his Par-1 president Annabel Altizer. Sec-1 also of Sundial Ohio spent Christmas with brother in Law and sister or mrs. Guy Dooley or other go i or and mrs. Frank Massey of Are Connie Brooks. Sundial and Buffurine a parents Home this evening Linda Sheppard vice or. And mrs. Marion Buffurine in the Dooley Home were and mrs. Guy Dooley or. Children of Beckley and or. Mrs Bill Perry and family Smithers. Jimmie Rader left Friday Cleveland Ohio where he enter a Trade school. His ends. Or. Arts mrs Bill Digregorio rotary and Lois Schoolcraft Orcas and of West main Street. They were Lurer. Is accompanied by Mise Annette Bel or. Lotto. And or and mrs. Erse Hymes trav John Elmer Cantley who has been stationed in Korea returned j plans were completed for each Home saturday to visit his Par-1 member to prepare a Box of Home ends or. And mrs Ezra Cantley made Candy monday to be taken Aho Are ill at their Home. Also vis and cled to Huntington to spend the j to patients at Pinecrest sanitarium ring in their Home this week were of i i lid ays with their son Fred. Who in Beck a student at Marshall College for Aud Hospital attendant also. Miss Joyce Caldwell student at Nie Brooks. Betsy Ross Kitty Cleveland. Ohio aide son pro add College at Phil a a daughter and family. Or. And Oak Hill. Dec. 27 rns a a the body arrived at the funeral with her Mother mrs i h. Gremmels. Or. And mrs. Richard Baker of Billings mont., Are spending some j time in Ronceverte with his parents or. And mrs Sam Baker. Mrs. A. S Hankie spent Christ Mas in Bluefield with Lier son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Crotty. Miss Mary Elizabeth Botts of new York City and or. And mrs. Special events to Aid March of dimes drive or. John Montgomery Oak Hill Hospital lists new births Lewisburg dec. 27 rns Earl Koontz chapter chairman j Dent of Greenbrier College for tile Greenbrier National foun a Lewisburg and chairman Dation for infantile paralysis to the mod. Will make presi at for a special Day made a pc Ial App i to All radio address to the county on will i refreshment were served to the mrs. Kennith Clark and daughters daughter. K m crusty was born to Powah of ? and family of St following dons Schoolcraft con Dora Mae and Patricia Ann. O or. And mrs. Emil Whorley adn i 7, Goode. Sue Rose. Pam Goode suz Milton Miller of Seth is pair. And mrs. A h. Backus were Lippi joined her parents. Or and i Anne Gibson. Linda Sheppard and Tient in the Charleston memorial or or Howard Caldwell of Cran the advisors of the group. Or Arthur j Berry Street As did her brother i Junior Caldwell from Beckley. Claude Phillips and mrs. I Goode. Guber guests of their son and Dan in Law the Rev. And or Backus of Cedar Grove. Or and mrs. Monte Hume spew the holidays with their son and j daughter in Law or. And mrs Johnie Hume in Parkersburg or. And mrs Anthony f Ra-1 Der or. And son Mike of Cocoa Fla., visited his parents Here during the holidays and left thursday for Texas where they will Mullens. Dec. 27 a rns it spend some time with her Par jts Overall decorative effect tvs before going to California Joe Witt residence. Ridgeview and Jug Wyandotte ave., third Over where Rader is being transferred edition was judged a Best in town Quot f. S Calfee 506 Dunman. First in the Christmas lighting contest a Kins of Ansted Christmas Day. She weighed seven pounds four ounces. Other births recorded at Oak Hill he underwent surgery. Hospital tor the past week Are in Washington d. A. With i seven Pound five ounce daughter her mrs Rebecca slate. But general electric corp Joe Witt residence wins Mullens lighting contest for first Harold beavers 508 Dun the Man. Second j t. Davidson a Mandotte s Calfee d. Burcham. 958 Guy Andot e Miller of 211 b Kiev Margaret Ellen. Dec. 23. Or. And Hospital. Monday. Arnett Avenue. Beckley is the veterans Hospital where i is undergoing observation i treatment. Joe Broome of Arnett la a i Tient in the Beckley memorial hos i aught Are spending the holidays in Ronceverte with their Mother. Mrs. Fred Botts. Miss Rocier Martin sent Christ sgt. And mrs. James Hamlin and fwu i Quot i mrs. Robert Ray Light of Oak Hill. I Tont Christmas in Ranee of the county a citizens to a support the March of dimes program which will get underway Jan. In. In this Appeal Koontz indie Ted that the entire county would sponsor a series of special events throughout the month As a part of this annual finance drive. In Greenbrier the slogan a wipe out a Crutch with your contributions has been adopted and will theme the month Long drive. He seven Pound two ounce a ugh and Ter Janice sue. I it dec. 22. Or and mrs. Charles Alex Cameron pa-1 Summerlee. Dec. 19. A four Pound. 12-ounce son Clinton Dale or. Or. And it Rte with relatives. Miss Mollie Haynes spent Christ-1 a Mas in South fort Mitchell ky., with relatives. Or. And mrs. Helmut Bauer of sunday rites set for Harris baby Hinton dec. 27 1 rns Mich a ko0ntz. Al Wayne Harris three month old son of Keith and Joyce Jone kick off Day. Others who will appt r on the Jan. I program will be mrs. Jack Winkler Ronceverte Community chairman mrs. V. Mckinley chairman of mothers March mrs. B. Burns Harvey chairman of women a activities Clay principal of Bolling school and chairman of inter racial committee and others. Coin collectors will be placed in every business House and mailings to individuals Are now being processed. Helping and directing in much of this mailing will be mrs. Vivian Koontz and her daughter in Law mrs. David or. And mrs. Johnie Rader co sponsored by the Mullens Cham second Carlyle Wheeler 1209 Guy Akron. Ohio spent the holidays with his Par Ber of Commerce and Laurel Adotte. Third. Ends or and mrs French Rader Den club. Zone three Broadways Overall a t a a it spend a was Best in town Quot in the door Cate Harvey Mcneil 404 Broadway clays with nor parents in Grundy. Gor. Wen Gerald Snyder first no second or third door a residence 627 Church St. Similar John Mcclanahan 318 Broadway recognition in the category of win first Julia Freeman. Broadway of in eng Dows went to the Edward elliott1 second no third no window win Christmas Day with their son a Stone. 508 Frantz ave. Ners or. And mrs Arnett Groves returned thursday after mrs. Gertie Ellis has fatal attack and Jour designated As follows zone one apartments Overall. Both of Maple Avenue window none one two South Mullens windowed Tennant 946 Guya Dotte ave., first Ozena Shrewsbury Poplar St., second no third door C Lively 1217 Guya Dotte ave., Law and daughter the Rev mrs. Edward Seibert and daughters at Berwind. Or. And mrs Dennis Dorsey i left Friday for Washington d c., where they will spend the next few Days. While there they will visit his Niece and her husband of. And mrs. Bob Flack. Local College student who will be returning to school after spending the holidays Here Are Jean Hanna Roscoe Dillon Alma Kyle and Joan Bell to Ald son Broad dus College. Or. And mrs. Herman Robinson returned there on thursday. Tom Dotson Tom to Arris Louise Brown. Bill Bright Jane my million. Allan Fitz water West Virginia University Steve Mcmil lion Glenville state Sandra Graham Concord Rosa Beth Brown Carnegie tech Pauline Donohue Paula Frame and or. And mrs. Bob Morris Marshall George Bright Raymond wetting and Eugene Perkins Fairmont state College. Eakin of Kessler Cross lanes entered Laird memorial j is l Hospital in Montgomery thurs i lives in Charleston Day and was scheduled to under go surgery Friday. Place winners by categories in zone four top of Mullens Hill each of the i tvs a seven zones were windows Edward Elliott 508 Frantz ave. First Alda Adams 615 Frantz second no third door. None door. H w Cooper first. Glen Cozort. 801 Frantz first j i. And mrs. Chesser Ellison second. Martin 611 Frantz second David dinner guests of or. And mrs. l Bradford wednesday were or. And mrs. James f Webb of Baltimore md., or and mrs. Ray i Bradford and sons. Charles Ray. And r o Bio. Of Stickney and Carl Bradford who is Home for the holidays. Sue Jarrell a student at West Virginia University is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents. Or. And mrs. Charles e l my. A. T o. I j .1 Sembly of god Church at mount Jarreo Rock Creek and other of j u Alola Butler. ,. T a or and mrs. Calvin Mcmillan maternal grandparents or of Washington. D. A. Are guests of relatives in Ronceverte. Or. And mrs. Rodger Berry of Arlington. A. Are the Holiday j Sandstone. Guests of her parents or and i mrs Sam Austin Lewisburg. Dec. 27 rns a tradition and history of Over too years will again sweep across the Lewisburg scene tuesday with the funeral will be conducted in he Annua Shanghai Parade. I and mrs. T. E. Jones of Hinton j and the paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. James Hams of the e. M. Meadows funeral Home mount Hope. Dec. 27 rns a or. And mrs. Dale Turner of Chapel at 2 . Sunday with or. Mrs. Gertie Ellis. 62. Died at her Washington d. C., were the re h. P. Hackney in charge. Burial Home of a heart attack at 7 30 cent guests of her Mother mrs. will be in rest Wood memorial is a in. Today. A j Wauhop. Rates. She was a member of the As monday 506 Frantz third Overall. No first place R Clark 617 Frantz ave., second no third relatives and friends. Air. Roscoe Lyons Rock Creek left tuesday for Bolo i miss., where she spent the holi Davs with her son and family or. Zone five remainder of Mullens and mrs Clarence Lyons a com Hill window j. A Nealt 519 High Tonying her was her grand Daugh a Oceana personals Richwood police to Iet a cd car Richwood. Dec. 27 rns Richwood City police reported that pit a be prevailed in Richwood Christmas Day. Christmas eve however a number of hit and run Drivers out ran the pursuing police a car. Warning to speedsters the Christmas gift for the police department us a new car which is to be delivered within a few Days. The rain of Christmas Day a turned into a sleet in the late afternoon which made driving conditions hazardous. Land ave first Harry Mcnutt Fairview second w. W. Wells Fairview third door e. E. Lamp ton 500 Highland first Woodrow w. Cook 401 Highland second Paul Markowitz 502 Highland third Overall Bernard Shannon 400 Highland first Jack Finney 607 Highland second Bill Finney 605 Highland third zone six. Westward to the canteen window Paul Ritchie 513 Church St., first Ward Wylie Moran ave., second Curtis Crotty third door. Ger i Ald Snyder. Church St., first l Stewart 712 Moran ave., and Gil-615 Moran ave., b e. Newsome a or Orchard St., third Overall mrs. Arnald Rose and daughter Dolman Caldwell Church St., first Deanna Baileysville were the j Fred Conner jr., Moran ave., Sec monday guests of friends in of Ond w f. Mccoy Hay 707 Moran Ter Mary Margaret Henderson. Clear Fork Valley news Hope and was born in Arkansas june 24, 1895. Survivors include her husband. w. Ellis four Brothers Ben Alex Clifford and Everette Dotson Ell of Panama. Okla. A daughter. Mrs. Lucy Ciccantell of Kilsyth and two sons. John of Bradley and Philip of Napa Calif the funeral will be held in the i Price Hill Baptist Church. The body is at Tyree funeral Home in mount Hope. Or. And Oceana dec. 27 rns and mrs. Ira Blankenship children Dana Keo and Neil Abington. Va., Are the guests of her Camii Moran a a. Parents or. And mrs. L. W Beane. Johnny Beano son of or. And j Bort Robinette w. Beane is visiting rela tied for second Ulysses Rig Yin s waives hearing Colcord dec. 27 rns i Fayetteville. Dec. 27 the Parish couples club will hold a Ulysses Riggins 65, of j a covered dish supper and new j Fayetteville wailed to grand jury years party t the Home school action on a felonious assault fit 7 . Saturday. On a Felonisi i charge in magistrate r. God the Rev. And mrs. Jack Weller Seyu a court this morning. He a of Jarrolds Valley have invited their friends to visit in their released on $500 Bond arrested thursday afternoon Home sunday from 2 until 5 . Riggins a charged with slashing a family Christmas dinner was his wife m by 34. With a pocket shared by or. And mrs. Matthew knife inflicting wounds that re Eana. Mrs. Ave., third Perry and their children who gathered at their parents Home for the affair. Seventeen adults faster Harvey and family zone seven. West Mullens win and Kidron participated in the it Simon were saturday visitors in Dow George Thomas 1009 Moran 1 Turkey dinner and included Oceana. Or. And mrs and ave., first w Mcginnis 1514 Ison and daughter in Law or. And Philip Roach or Moran second Pat Russell Shu-1 mrs. Clvde Perry of Bradley or. arrived mat a Xii quire hospitalization. Son. Marc Charleston arrived Mato. Third door. W. W. Martin Ndu mrs. Youth injured Oak Hill dec. 27 rns Donald Smith 14, of Oak Hill route i sustained a broken Arm tuesday for a Holiday visit with 913 White first g w. Biggs 1004 i Bill Painter and two when he up j from a horse. Children mrs. Cora Mao Phelps the Accident occurred about try t and Dautz Hopr it it rank Bill Morris Ridge arks three children and or. And . Today. He was treated at 7 s Bette Garv i Overall Joe Witt mrs. Adron Lyons and two Chitak Hill Hospital and released. Aryl and Miu Betty Garrett r View first Jack Feller Dren All of Wharton or and mrs i were the sunday guests of Rel a Ridgeview second and e. B. I it of Normal Perry of Hazard k j leu jr., 5 Shumate third. Mrs. George Fordham chairman and Basil Perry of Colcord. M by Perry of Man grand Ames at Mallory or. And mrs. Clifford Halsey and son Larry mrs. Marjorie of the contest arrangements com-1 daughter Quot of or Quot and mrs. Mat Powers Claude Shumate Glen Mittee said place winners would thew Perry. Is expected to a Ork and miss Shelby Jean Hal i receive their ribbons j sey Matheny have returned from lined to identify other than that they family gathering held Artie. Doc. 27 rns a or and mrs. Nelson Treadway Ami their children met at their Home i mrs. Richard beverage the Parade is the traditional Welcome to new years that has become a part of the history of this More than a Century old Community. This years Parade will form at the High school on North Lee Street and will officially get under Way at 2 . This years Shanghai Parade will be enlivened by three new prize categories. These Are prizes for the oldest automobile a driven or dragged prizes for the Queerest animal dead or alive and prizes for the noises entry human or animal or mechanical. These prizes will be in addition to prizes offered for the three main classifications a motor drawn animal Down and pedestrian. There is no planning nor Central theme to this Parade. It More or less a just assembles Quot. Each year finds some very unusual entries and floats participating. These entries take a Sirn at local issues political issues and world news. The Parade will be headed by Earl Koontz of Lewisburg who will serve As master of ceremonies. Judges from other communities will be on hand to award the several hundreds of dollars in Cash prizes which will be Given. Every Effort has been made by the sponsoring of the p Nyde the Lewisburg chamber of Commerce to make this Parade a successful one. Merchants will keep their stores open during the Parade to permit visitors to View the Parade from inside in event of bad weather. Each year this Parade attracts sever. I thousand visitors from Southern West Virginia and parts of Virginia. A pcs holds meet Claypool dec. 27 it rns a the woman a society of Christian service of the Claypool methodist Church held its annual Christmas program monday at the Home of j the Rev. And mrs. E e. Parker mrs. Sam Wells we As in charge of the program. Mrs. Walter Morgan read the scripture Reading Christmas prayers were Given by mrs. Hardy Dillon and mrs. George by the Altizer. Christmas songs were Sung a. In by the group a visit in Orlando Fla with or and mrs. Troy Halsey. They also re dents. Visited in Daytona Beach while j away. Jimmy Amburgy of the marines is spending a leave Here with his parents or. And mrs. Jeff Amburgy and family. Is by mail. She rive tonight to spend the weekend 7 and exchanged gifts y the judges with them. She is employed at i Christmas eve those present in a were local Man memorial Hospital. Eluded a son and daughter in Law leave for Florida Mullens Dee. 27 rns a a and mrs. R. E. Dishner and daughters Karen and Laverne of Frantz ave left thursday for a vacation in Jacksonville Fla. In route Home the will slated for Tod Anju ined by their son pvt Brad infants funeral a. Halstead spent Christmas with mrs. Halstead at col or. And mrs Edward Treadway and children Myrna Carolyn Jim beverage Mccarty wed in double ring ceremony Cord. He i employed on the rail 77 7ar7e a Road and works out of Man. Or. And mrs. Gordon Coleman and children of Colcord left thursday morning for a weekend visit with relatives in Pickens. Marlinton. Dec. 27 rns Artie mrs Everett Lasley and miss Jane Mccarty daughter of lick was the brides attendant children Sandra. Janet. Penny Lynn Mccarty of Huntersville and she wore a Gray Wool dress and Shady j the late mrs. Marie Mclaughlin Black accessories. Mccarty became the Bride of magistrate fines woman son too Hinton dec 27 it rns a Possession of fireworks and Selling fireworks Cost a Bellepoint woman and her son $100 and costs mrs. Robert Wilton of Clover i when they appeared before mag Robbie and Cheryl of Spring and a brother of mrs a Treadway a George Norris of i Artie. Am Eagle. Dec. Or. And mrs to me 27 rns a Nunn a Ley of Mullens dec. 27 rns a graveside rites will be conducted Rev. R j. Chenoweth at la saturday for the infant daughter of or and mrs. George Ley Dishner of it. Gordon ga., Charleston were Holiday boosts of i who will spend a seven Day leave at Home. Gifts Wen exchanged and re Biggs of West Mullens. Burial will be in pythian six term meet Oak Hill. Dec. 27 a rns her Mother mrs. Frances Hodge qty Dillon of Colcord. Artie. Dec. 27 a rns a or. Of Ameagle. Other guests in the and mrs. Bobby Walker of de Hodge Home for the holidays were trod Mich., Are visiting her Arkie Perry of Beckley and ends or. And mrs. Denim Wil freshment served to mrs. Vaughn Trent mrs. Ray Brooks. Mrs. Ray cemetery at Princeton. Nicely mrs. Ona Toler mrs. B. A White mrs. Posey Tower mrs. Brittle Brown mrs. Sammie Knight. Mrs. Bernie Toler Nan res Haven j Oak Hill pythian Sisters Temple 132 met monday at the knights of pythias Hall. The next meeting will be Jan. 13. He is survived in addition to the All members Are requested to at the child was born dead at 11 01 a. In. Today in a Mullens Hospital parents by a seven in Morgan and Geraldine York. I brother Kandy. Year old tend according to mrs. Bill Kin Caid excellent chief. The her Mother mrs. Wayman Perry of Artie. Or. And mrs. Gene Dillon and son Victor of Cleveland Ohio Are expected to arrive tonight to spend the weekend with their parents or. And mrs. Jesse Jarrell i Mas with their parents or of Ameagle and or. And mrs. Mrs. Donn Williams. Hams and her grandmother mrs Lucinda Burgess All of Artie. Or. And mrs Wendell Williams and son of Columbus Ohio and his sister mrs. Wanda Williams a also of Columbus spent Christ and Robert Wilfong served As Best Richard beverage son of or. And Man Jor bridegroom. Mrs. Earl beverage of Clover lick at 7 . Saturday pc it Home of or. And Smith at Hunters i mrs Lee mrs Istrate j. E Holt today. City police assisted by state police obtained a search and seizure warrant against mrs. Vina Skidmore and confiscated Between $300 and $400 Worth of fireworks according to Captain Police be been was graduated from informed of the Possession and sales of fireworks Verne skid mrs. Beverage is attending mar the Rev. Ezra Bennett of Edray Unton he or two. Where she is Shirey Otu a Hinton poll stormed the Cere a main Lar of the band and Active apartment. The raid took plat aim Winch was held at die in other Scull organizations. Sast night after police had Bee \ i beverage Smith Marlinton High school served is an aunt of the Bride. The wed with the army and is now employ More son of mrs. Skidmore was Ding service was held by Candle-1 by the Maust Coal amp Coke arrested for Selling fireworks. Light and the room was decorated in the Christmas Motif with Pine Holly and poinsettias Cut after the ceremony a reception sided at the punch bowl was held at the Smith Home. I at the close of the reception the Bride wore a Blue brocaded i Twenty eight guests were present. I the couple left for a wedding trip Princess frock with a wide scoop neckline front and Back a jewel mrs. Moody Moore aunt of the Bride served the traditional wred de necklace and Black accessories i Dick cake. Mrs. Lee Smith pre to Blackwater Falls near Davis they will make their Home with the bridegroom Parent

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