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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield daily Telegraph monday aug. 14, 1967 3 la half Century club a those pictured in the photos above Are members of three classes at Beaver High school who have formed the half Century club and met in reunion at Fincastle country club at double Gates the past week end. The first photo shows members of the class of 1919. In the front Row left to right Are mrs. Sarah Bowen Reiland miss Thelma left to right Are Mabel Bivens Chappell Ethel Cowley Jamie Sweeney Lambert Cleo Harris Louise Bowen Morris and Ruth French Mattox. Standing left to right Are Nathan Effron Charles f. Brooks George Strader and Thomas l. Main. Members of the 1921 class Are in the right hand photo. Left to Motley mrs. Myrtle Hock Mundy and mrs. Edythe Riersen Ker Cher. Standing left to right Are John w. Mastin mrs. Bass Perkins mrs. Ella Wall Phillips mrs. Martha Calfee Dinkins Bass Perkins mrs. Edna roles Harris and George m. Cruise. The Center group is made up of members of the 1920 class. Seated right they Are seated mrs. Roy Lovey Shelton Buchanan Marion Smith mrs. Margaret Mccue Smith mrs. K. E. Ruth Robertson Johnston Mabel Tanner Hummon. Standing same order Are judge f. Morton Wagner William i. Claytor Ira Henderson w. P. Clark and John Marra. Mackinac Island Mich. Apr politics was put aside sunday As Michigan gov. George Romney and three other top Republican leaders relaxed after a saturday political social get together. Goes. Nelson Rockefeller of new York and John Cha fee of Rhode Island with former gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania said saturday they a share deeply a desire to help Romney win the gop presidential nomination in 1968. The weekend get together at the state supplied Goveri or a summer Home on this upper Michigan Island was described by some observers As the probable first in a series of such relaxed meetings Between Romney and other gop leaders. Romney repeatedly has said he has not made up his mind whether to seek the nomination next year. Honolulu map the . Military commander in the Pacific says that shutting Down Haiphong Harbor North Vietnam a main port would be a a very Fine military a mining would be one rather easy Way to Block the port of Haiphong a said adm. U. S. Grant Sharp in an interview taped Friday for Abc to and broadcast saturday. Adm. Sharp made his com a ment before the weekend Exten 1 Sion of bombing and the attack on a Bridge in Hanoi. He testified on the subject before the Senate preparedness subcommittee wednesday and thursday. Sharp conceded that there Are a International political he said he was satisfied with present a a lessened restrictions on bombing targets but hoped for More targets in the future. . Bombing he said had forced North Vietnam to quadruple its imports by shipping in the past year. Sharp said that restrictions on bombing targets have been lessened in recent months. A there Are lots of Good targets available so that i feel that we have a Good set of ground rules for our air Campaign right at this however he said he hoped to have More targets. A was time goes on and we destroy targets i want More targets assigned so that i can turn our forces Loose on ins William c. Ramsey and Sarah Bowen Reiland. The 1920 class reservations were Beulah Hager Albright Charles f. Brooks mrs. Charles f. Brooks. Mabel Bivens Chappell Nathan Effron Cleo Harris Jamie Sweeney Lambert Thomas l. Main mrs. Thomas l. Main Ruth French Mattox Louise Bowen Morris George s. Strader and mrs. George s. Strader. The 192-1 class reservations were Shelton Buchanan. Walter p Clark. Mrs. Walter p. Clark William i. Claytor Mars. Mabel Tanner Hummon. J. Mack Hummon Ruth Robertson Johnston Karl e. Johnston John h. Marra mrs. John h. Marra Margaret Mccue Smith judge of. Morton Wagner and Marion Smith. Honoured guests Honor guests listed were or. E c. Wade then superintendent of schools mrs. M Leo Smith widow of a former coach and teacher mrs. C. W. Jackson widow of the Beaver principal and mrs. W. Otis Bivens widow of a class member and former athletic Star. Good Fellowship was the key j note As members of the Beaver High school classes of 1919, 1920 j and 1921 met in joint reunion at j the Fincastle country club at j double Gates the past weekend. The combined group is known As the a half Century gifts were awarded in Many instances although business activity was held to a minimum. Effron chairman Nathan Effron of Bluefield was chairman of the event and j gave the Welcome. Thomas a main of Cleveland Ohio was master of ceremonies at the banquet. Invocation was by judge f. Morton Wagner group singing was led by Mabel big j ens Chappell Ltd id Benediction was by Charles f. Brooks. Sarah Bowen Reiland was co chairman Marion Smith was Secretary Margaret Mccue Smith was assistant Secretary and Ira Henderson was treasurer of the program. Ruth French Mattox Henderson and Bass Perkins were in charge of registration Martha Calfee Dinkins was in charge of special guests and Myrtle Hock Mundy Lovey Shelton Buchanan and Charles f. Brooks was in charge of gifts. Sarah Bowen Reiland and Melba Spencer Thomas were in charge of decorations Edy tha Rierson Kercher was in charge of Telephone activity and v. L. Stubby cur Renee i was in charge of publicity. Prizes were Given to members of each class for the longest distance travelled to the reunion the member with the most grandchildren and the member married the longest. The 1919 awards married longest mrs. Ella Wall Phillips most grandchildren Edytha Rierson Kercher travelled longest distance mrs. Gene Brashe Hill. The 1920 awards married longest Mabel Bivens Chappell most grandchildren mrs. Jamie Sweeney Lambert longest distance travelled Ethel Cawley Mclaughlin. The 1021 awards married longest we. I. Buck Claytor most grandchildren. Margaret Mccue Smith longest distance travelled Mable Tanner Hummon. Mac Hummon won the door prize. List of reservations of the 1919 class were Martha Calfee Dinkins Gene Brashe Hall John w. Mastin Myrtle Hock Mundy Thelma Motley Edna roles Harris Edythe Rier son Kercher Walter Bass perk on an entire farm Are also eligible to vote. Election notices have been sent to All eligible voters Gillespie said. The ass administered activities include the agricultural conservation program cropland adjustment program. Seed grains acreage diversion we heat certificate program Wool and Lamb incentive pro Bur Ley tobacco. Guessed Between the years 1953 and i960 and 27 per cent said Between 1962 and 1965. Will it Bounce Banks continue to Experiment with perfumed checks. Another useful Model would be the Check that smelled like rubber. The Friendly l folks / race to riches Mccourt confident that clubs will be policed 1.000 Quot too "25 Quot to �?o5 i new races every week hop value Stamps too no Purchase necessary German shutterbugs in West Germany some 2,300 apprentices Are being trained in 6,000 photographic studios. Leg or breast Quarter. Fresh Young and tender. Perfect Tor trying or barbecuing. Lean tender and Juicy. Cut from Young Carn fed parkers. These prices Good thru wednesday August 16th. Copyright 1967, the Kroger co. We Reserve the right to limit quantities. Center chops la. 89c Quarter sliced loins la. 73c we give top value Stamps for Hie world s lines gifts. Potatoes assortment of 9 flavors. Refreshing delicious or satisfying. Eastern grown. Firm and tender. Serve mashed baked boiled or Fried. Be Ink there Are a lot of Good cars you can get for53400, this is two of them which has to be that size to hold All those horses. All of which also makes the average car Cost almost As much to run As two Volkswagen. Considering a vow gets about 27 Miles to a gallon of Gas and about 40,000 Miles to a set of tires. But if you re still not sold on the idea of two bugs for the Price of one beast Why not take advantage of this special introductory offer one Volkswagen for half the Price of two. Of you done to happen to need two cars there a Only one thing that you need less. One Cor that costs As much As two cars. Unless you wont to pay a lot of Money for a lot of horsepower that you la never use. There a Only one state in the country where you can go faster than a Volkswagen a Nevada. Ino Speed limit they re big gamblers out there the Only extra horsepower you really need is for All those Power gadgets. Which you need to drive a car that size. Kroger Elbo Macaroni Kroger american or Pimento wonderful for Macks and sandwiches for wonderful a no Dieh Moats. Tender nutritious and vita win enriched. Suggested retail Price. $1639 each. East coast poe., 1x>cal taxes and other dealer delivery charges if any. Additional. Always shop Warlick a for furniture Auto Oulu a Saur new Bluefield Princeton Road phone 327-8184

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