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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia Pennington entertain in Powhatan mrs. Rebecca Powell and Joyce of Merritt Island. Fla., Are visiting or. And mrs. T. V. Pennington and other relatives in Powhatan. Pennington and t. V. Or. Of Charleston have returned from a research Center in Bethesda md., where t. V. Or. Underwent treatment. Or. And mrs. James Hourihan of 3807 West Shangrila Phoenix ariz., announce the birth of a daughter on september 18 in a Phoenix Hospital weighing 6 pounds 5 ounces named Melissa to. The Mother is the former Virginia St. Clair daughter of or. And mrs. E. L. St. Clair of Elkhorn. Or. And mrs. Johnny Frazer of Christiansburg va., visited mrs. Mary Seddon and Clifford at Upland and he accompanied them Home. Mrs. Delano Bowman and Jimmy of fort Knox ky., spent a a Csc brides elect please note your engagement picture should be published in the daily Telegraph within 15 Days after the engagement announcement. Please note a writeup should be typed double space to be accepted for publication. Your wedding picture should be published within 15 Days of the marriage ceremony professional for Mal wedding picture 4x5, 5x7 or 8x10. Must be turned in with write up to society editor by wednesday preceding sunday of publication. Reports projects weekend with her parents or and mrs. Cecil Martain at Upland. The Martins accompanied them Home for a two week visit. Mrs. D. Rice of Welch and mrs. George Hall of Gary visited or. And mrs. Clint skeens. The skeens visited mrs. Mary Rasnick at Lebanon a. Mrs. A. L. Blankenship entertained the Mary Mcguire Circle of Virginia Avenue methodist Church in her Home at Park View Heights with the meeting opened in prayer by mrs. W. R. Compton. The business session was led by mrs. Paul Whitenack Leader. Or. And mrs. Clarence Caudill following the payment of dues of Upland visited her Mother mrs. H. F. Williams at Grundy a. Or. And mrs. Dalton Coleman of Powhatan visited their son or. And mrs. Curtis Coleman at Martinsville va., recently. Clifton Yates brother of mrs. Oma Mcpeake of Powhatan entered veterans Hospital in Lexington ky., where he will undergo surgery. Or. And mrs. Pat Goode of Kingsport tenn., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Hugar Phillips in Powhatan. Recent guests of mrs. Anna sheets and family at Powhatan have been Wesley Wimmer of Lexington ky., mrs. Dorothy Wimmer of Davy and mrs. Edna Harris of Norfolk a. Mrs. Harris and mrs. Sheets visited or. And mrs. Charles Wimmer of Falls Mills va., and mrs. Etta Belcher of Princeton. Mrs. Agnes Dorton mrs. Eliz Ohio and mrs. Mary Schmalz of Bogalusa la., have been guests of or. And mrs. W. R. Dunman of Powhatan. They motored to Greensboro a. A and visited or. And mrs. Kermit Smith and family. 111 a Woolen pants suit worn by Model is Pepper coloured with High boots of Brown Deer. A wire photo nurses conduct election the Bluefield Princeton sub District of District to of the West Virginia nurses association met in Bluefield sanitarium nurses Home with nine members present. The meeting was called for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. President is Idell Bowling Bluefield vice president is Juanita Rice Princeton Secretary will be Goldie Hubbard Bluefield. The new president appointed committee chairman program Dixie Lee Sowers social. Nancy Haga recruiting Faye Brewer and Bessie Gray publicity Margaret Davidson. District to will meet in Beckley at the Catholic Church Friday october 16, at 6 30 pm. In a dinner meeting. Trans portion was planned for those who planned to attend. A Christmas dinner was suggested for the december meeting. Donations to the world Bank and Flower fund a report was Given of members of the Church ill and patients in the hospitals. Cards were signed. The presiding officer appointed mrs. Hawkins Brewster As publicity chairman. Mrs. Whitenack reminded the members of a rummage Sale to be held the first week of novem Ber Spruce Street Bluefield a. Mrs. Carl Bates will be program chairman for the a pcs meeting using As her subject �?o25th anniversary of the United the annual Christmas dinner for a pcs members their Hus bands and guests will be hell de Cember 4, at Virginia Avenue methodist Church. Special recognition will be Given All new members at that meeting. Reservations should be made to mrs. Elmo Fleshman president of a pcs. Ballots were taken to select an honoree from the Circle members to be awarded a special membership in a pcs by the Mary Mcguire Circle. Mrs. Jackie Kiser reported on the Circle project of knives and cutters and announced the Christmas order would be mailed before nov. I. Mrs. Mcguire reported on the new project adopted by the Circle to Purchase salad Forks for the Church Kitchen and announce de that members of the circles and the Wesleyan service Guild would be invited to participate in the project. She also reminded the members that the annual Christmas party would be held in her Home. Tuesday december i a change of Date. Mrs. Jessie Bailey program chairman introduced the speaker mrs. Brewster who used As her subject a Christian symbolism Quot using posters props and the picture a head of Christ by Warner Sallman. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by mrs. Mcguire. The hostess served a pie course using halloween colors and Motif. Black and White drama for fall is worn by this Model. A printed Pony projects discussed in shrine Macedonia shrine eight order of the White shrine of Jerusalem held a meeting with worthy High priestess Sarah Faulkner and watchman of shepherds Claude mutter presiding. The worthy High priestess extended greetings. Projects were discussed by past worthy High priestess Dor Orthy Cromer chairman of the ways and Means committee and by past worthy High priestess Virginia Burgoyne. The worthy High priestess gave a report on the recently held rummage Sale. She announced that another Sale would be held the first w Eek of november in Princeton next to the social Security office. Past worthy High priestess Montague Honaker District chairman of the membership committee gave a report on membership. Plans were discussed for the up coming dinner which will be prepared and served by the members for the Bluefield commander on saturday october 31. The sickness and distress report was Given. Following the close of the meeting refreshments were served by past worthy High priestess Montague Honaker and her committee. A guests in Homes at Matoaka Matoaka a guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Joe Tes Tino have been mrs. W. P. Thompson of Rockville. Md., Watson Caudill and Vanda Denney of Wilmington del., and a a Giraffe coat in Black and their daughter or. And m r s White with Black buttons Gene Thompson and family of reminiscent of the by Ede Mair epoch is this Woolen double breasted coat with wide Collar two Slit pockets and sleeves. The fitted coat is chocolate coloured. The hat is worn tilted Forward to display the buckle. Ensemble was modelled in Rome a fall and Winter fashion show. A wire photo m Basic Pat discussed at meeting Don Neal president of Tazewell county Council of Pat Betty Mattox District director and Joyce Buchanan Tazewell High teacher were guest speakers for the october meeting of the North Tazewell Pat. Neal led an informal discussion on a Basic Pat a giving a detailed explanation of the Pat objects. Mrs. Mattox discussed the Structure of the local state and National Pat. Mrs Buchanan stressed the importance of attending Pat conferences and conventions. Donna Crisp president conducted the business meeting. A halloween carnival was planned for october 29 at the Carlene Community Center. The Pat voted to pledge support to the county Council Pat project to establish a half Way House for juvenile delinquents. Margaret Boothe membership chairman presented awards to Jackie Trump and mrs. Kathleen Monk for having the most patrons to join in their rooms. Plans Are tentative for a open ii it and printed Pony Belt. Shown in the italian 1970 High fashion show. A wire photo always shop Warlick for furniture duplicate club plays by Howell Fincastle duplicate Bridge club played Howell movement this week in Fincastle country club with four tables in play. First and second tie Between mrs. Gray Rogers. Mrs. W. H. Riley jr., and mrs. H. H. Was sum mrs. Ben Platnick. 51 a a third mrs. Sadie Epling mrs. J. Spicewood 46 fourth mrs. W. H. Leckie mrs. P. Mcmullin 45v. The regular and Novice groups will play next thursday at to . Norton a. They also visited or. And mrs. Zollie Church. Dinner guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Leroy Nicholson have been or. And mrs. Bruce Coldiron Brucie and Blane of Charleston or. And mrs. Richard Preservati Ritchie and Jina. Or. And mrs. Jerry Nicholson and Lee miss Connie Faye Akers l. Cpl. Jimmie Nicholson and Cpl. Bill Harmon of Jacksonville n. Or. And mrs. Hughes Shrewsbury of Peterstown and mrs. Betty Mcdaniel of Ballard visited the former a sister mrs. Evelyn Meadows and her daughter Ruby. Recent visitor of or. And mrs. Everett Carr has been miss Judy Midkiff of Huntington. Or. And mrs. T. H Blankenship spent a weekend with their daughter or. And mrs. J. Mcdaniel jr., in Roanoke va., they also visited or. And mrs. Willard Sharpe and Lisa. Mason Farmer of Beckley visited his Mother mrs. Dock Farmer. Mrs. B. Artrip. Mickey and Timmy of Falls Mills va., have been visiting her Mother mrs. J. M. Davis. Or. And mrs. James Hall of with a red Stone clip but j Herndon were visitors of his Sis ton. It is worn with a Bell Ter. Mrs. Minnie Baldwin. Hat of Matching color. I or. And mrs. W. L. Hatcher Black leather boots and or. Of Mullens have been visit Black skin gloves. Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday october 17, 1970 5 Calendar Garden club saturday of a to a Quot 9 00 .�?rocky Gap is pre \j3lv0s 3 freshman class rummage Sale 842 Bland Street 4.30 . 9 00 .�? Relief society rummage Sale 1158 Bland Street 4 . 9 00 . A loyalty Rebekah Lodge 94 rummage Sale 302 Princeton Avenue 4 . 10 00 . A Owca Pigtail tots hour at y Center. 10 00 . A Bluefield methodist District a pcs fall meeting at Glenwood Park methodist Home. Program Given on Germany Falls Mills Parent teacher association president Mervyn Anderson welcomed patrons and teachers to the october meeting and introduced a mrs. Martin from Germany who presented the program. She has resided in Virginia for two years. She showed slides of Germany. Special music by the Falls a a. Mill Christian Church quartet House to be held at the next was provided by Rose Marie regular meeting november 9, at the school. Recent Bride is entertained in Kimball to i a a Quot. Orange red Woolen coat in the autumn Winter Paris collection is closed Kimballs mrs Randall Lane a recent Bride was entertained in the social room of Houston methodist Church at a gift party by friends. Hostesses were mesdames Sam Sarver James Roberts. Mellie Woolwine John Roberts j. W. Scott Garnett Wood. James Lindsay and miss Myra Hurt. Mrs. Roberts arranged entertainment using two original and Clever games with gifts going to mrs. John Phillips and mrs. Rex Coon. The refreshment table was decorated with a Centrepiece of Pink roses and roses caught up the net cloth at the Corners. Pink and White cake was served with punch and nuts. The gift table was decorated with a Bride doll made from useful household gifts and was life size an ironing Board body a Long wedding dress of sheets a dyed mop hair veil of face elude a Gray Fedora hat,11 towels made by mrs. James Brown leather gloves and Roberts. Mrs. Lane received almost like Charlie Chaplin this Model wears gabardine pants suit in Green. Jacket is worn Over a printed Green silk Blouse. Accessories in Brown leather boots. A wire photo a wire photo births or. And mrs. Billy Curtis Els Wick. Route 3, Princeton Are parents of a son Barry Curtis born tuesday september 29, Bluefield sanitarium 3 pounds 15 ounces. Or. And mrs. Louis Frederick Berbert of route 3, Princeton ing her brother or. And mrs. S. R. Crotty. Guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Buster Shutt have been or. And mrs. Russell Hearn of Bluefield and her son or. And mrs Charles Bowman of Walkertown n. Or. And mrs. Jim Kawalek and Chuckie of Chicago iu., have been visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. Tip Asbury of Weyanoke. Miss Margaret near of Narrows va., is spending a weeks buy for yourself for investment buy now were never priced lower than this of flip Voo nem s/9 Ved a feb Foze a Muy a my mss in Cleofo Lull Hwi the jewel Box 118 Federal St. Bluefield w. A. Are parents of a son Louis Shaun born wednesday october vacation with her Mother mrs 7, Bluefield sanitarium 5 pounds r. E. Neal. _ 14 ounces. I ----14 Quot club hears Dalton on Constitution Richlands. A. A Grady Dalton of House of delegates spoke to the Richlands intermediate woman a club on the proposed Constitution and amendment to be voted in november at the october meeting conducted by Ruth Brown president. He was introduced by miss Page Umberger. Reports were Given by com Mittee chairmen Fine arts mrs. Jim Smith on magazines to be placed in Richlands Junior High school ii by Ary International affairs mrs. Theodore Mathney plans for choosing a local Serviceman in Viet Nam to be sent a package of goodies and the club voted to give $5.00 toward item bags for servicemen ways and Means Edith Mcglothlin plans for bake and White elephant sales. Thank you tetters were read from Susan Mathis Sharon Powers and Pat Dameron sponsored to girls state. Hostesses were mesdames mrs. Bob Repass and mrs. Matney. Richlands will Host the april 1972 Spring District meeting of the Southwest Virginia District of the federation. S. A and incs will Host the meeting. Sheath with trousers modelled for autumn Winter Paris show is Light Gray Jersey. The Sheath has openings on the sides and include Green yellow and Brown colors. Belt and boots Are White Vinyl. A wire photo Many gifts. Special guests were her Mother mrs. Magdalene Hutcherson. And or. Lane s Mother and Guild members. Visitations around Ceres Ceres a. A or. And mrs. L. S. Fortner and Dianne spent a week with the Harding Woods in Independence. A. Pvt. Johnny r. Umberger spent a two Day service leave at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Leroy Umberger. He is now at Camp Pendleton calif., in radio school. He will be sent to Viet Nam. Miss Joan Umberger of Salem va., spent a week at Home while he was there. The Everette Linda moods spent a few Days with their daughters family the John Hennas in Falls Church a. Mrs. Ollie Umberger is spending a few weeks at her Home Here and will return to Cedar Bluff va., to spend the Winter with her brother Rev. Slarve Hanshew. Mrs. Loma Tibbs stayed with the Archie Atwell children while their parents and the Eddie criers family went to Mocksville n. C., to visit or. Criger a parents the Tony criers. Or. And mrs. H. B. Eller of Marion va., visited the c. B. At Wells. Martin Mildred Christian Cary Christian and Rev. David Pryer. They Sang two songs. Rev. Pryer gave the meditation. Members pledged allegiance to the Flag of the United states of America. A visitation Day was announced for october 23. The Pat decided to Purchase movie screens for each room two rolling carts have a Candy and name balloon projects. Education week was announced for october 25-31. The next meeting will be the second monday november 9, at 7 15 . Room count was won by the third Grade. After Rev. Pryor gave the closing prayer refreshments were served by Jackie Hall Beatrice Danley and sue Bailey using a halloween Motif. A a letter from Paul read in he club mrs. Lassie Davidson hostess for the october meeting of the Brushwork Home demonstration club gave Tho meditation from Paul a letter to the galatians. She offered prayer. A mrs. Peake presided and reminded members that november would be a planning meeting. Project Blanks were filled in. Achievement Day was announced for october 22 at the 4-h Camp with handmade crafts items to be displayed. Reports were Given by officers and chairmen of commit tees. A a a it after the homemakers pledge mrs. Davidson served party plates to 12 members. Fountain members of the Blue grass Garden club voted to give $5.00 toward a Fountain for the Rosa Garden at the Glennwood Park methodist Home when they met for the october meeting. Mrs w. W. Kersey was hostess in the Home of mrs. J. A Kirk Clovis Street. Mrs. J. B. Dorron presided and announced that Bluefield trillium Garden club had extended an invitation to attend their october 29 meeting at Tho y Center at to . Mrs. Harry Burnett gave Tho Garden Council report. Mrs. Aubrey Stowers gave the meditation from a life s patterns by Gladys Murrell mrs. J. W. Gilbert gave the program on a care of houseplants a telling of suitable plants for the Home kinds of containers and soil to use. Members had a a show and share Quot period displaying plan slips and rooting of their House plants. A dessert course was served prior to the meeting. Attend Oes a grand chapter from Kimball Kimball or. And mrs. Lacy Lumpkins and mrs. James Roberts attended grand chapter of Eastern Star in Fairmont. Mrs. Roberts was a grand Page Lumpkins grand guard and a mrs. Lumpkins grand representative. Or. And mrs. Lumpkins and mrs. R. B. Testerman worthy Matron of Kimball Chap Ter attended a Friendship night at the Pocahontas chapter. Or. And mrs. John Roberts spent a weekend in Morgantown. With their daughter Jane at the University. Or. And mrs. Sam Ward and children of Charleston. S. Visited their parents die l. V. Belchers. Misses Gladys Rose and an a Geline Sinicrope or. And mrs. Felix Sinicrope All of Glen Burnie md., or. And mrs. Arthur Sinicrope of Norton va., Are joining the other member of their family the Frank Sinh a a Cropes mrs. Sankie Sorrento and her family and the Job a Sinicrope and family this weekend. It is the first time in Sci Erat years that the family members have been together Here. Births or. And mrs. Johnny Patrick Vest of Rock Are parents of their first child a daughter. Molly Victoria a Horn wednesday october 7, Bluefield sanitarium 6 pounds 9 ounces. Mother is former Phyllis Celeste Jackson. Features 2 20-3 50 5 25-7 00 830 the Sale continues at. The jewel Box All Silver amp watches.10% to 20% off ladies amp mens birthstones. 25% off Diamond rings. 10% to 50% off wedding bands.-. 20% off mens jewelry. 20% Olf now showing Skyway is show at dusk Don t be afraid to scream in your seats this is the double horror show of All time the student nurses they re learning fast Sale you w Tex of set him Hilum a Good to it i imto#0mt my two leu go Wio. Of met of to who am Handt Swik a am Tah xxi a us Cha is 4 arow it is Fry St a 8um.tu or Luff #4 a Cit Flat Fred Fry m a Thi a ant am m of Cao Khz Voth Jaatun cok Fry Oft to Lus Ove a new terror takes Over the Campus qs6mpus a a in Campus Btry i c0um

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