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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday oct. 24, 1970 5rn?� spin. Or from the country that gave you r a i a woman a a in Gay and i am curious yellow a a a Jerry Gross and Nicholas Defnet Roules naturally featured speaker for the october meeting of the Bluefield Prin Ceton chapter of Hadassah is shown above at a Board dinner meeting at la Salute club with two chapter members left to right mrs. Louis Zaltzman charter member Anita Hearshen of Cleveland Ohio regional vice president speaker and mrs. Nathan Effron life member. Vances celebrate 35th anniversary in Matoaka study held on women in music a american women and music was the theme of the october music lovers club program with mrs. A. W. Crews As program chairman. Mrs. Crews read a paper on a a what is music a and told of Katherine Lee Bates who wrote a America the she told of Fanny Crosby composer of More than 7,000 songs most of them religious hymns and who was Blind from birth. A life sketch of Catherine Elizabeth Kate Smith was Given. She introduced Irvin Ber rated with anniversary greetings eng picture frames and pictures. Matoaka a or. And mrs. Cecil Vance celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary on sunday october 18, with an open House party planned by the Fellowship sunday school class of the Ashworth memory Ial methodist Church. Or. Vance and the former Louise Brown were married on october 19. 1935, in the Baptist parsonage at Princeton. For the anniversary party. Mrs. Vance was attired in an Orchid knit dress and wore a purple Orchid Corsage a gift from her husband. The Vance Home was Deeo games were played and gifts Given to the winners. The honoree displayed Many useful gifts. Home demonstration club the Matoaka Home Demon stration club will meet amp a the Home of mrs. U. Davis monday. October 26, at 7 30 with mrs. Otis Garrison in charge of the program. Pin Oak hic the pin Oak Home demonstration club held the october meeting at the pin Oak Community building with Gertrude Crotty As hostess. A workshop was held on Mak speaker Hadassah regional vice president mrs. Max Hearshen of Cleveland. Ohio addressed the Bluefield Princeton chapter at a special meeting this week in the aha Vath Sholom Temple following a Board dinner meeting at la Salute club. Mrs. Ivan Platnick president presided and welcomed members and guests including mrs. Leah Freeman aunt of mrs. Harry Finkleman member. Mrs. Henry Rodgin gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Marvin Effron introduced mrs. Hearshen who spoke on Isreal a today and dreams of she explained that monies from fund raising protects go toward social welfare hospitals education and for receiving immigrants or persecuted persons. She pointed out that Hadassah hospitals help both arabs and jews were first to offer Aid to Jordan in the recent civil War treat cancer patients from around the world provide largest research program for multiple sclerosis will provide a new vaccine for trachoma Are studying effects of living underground. And established a Burns unit for civilian and military personnel. During the business session reports were read by officers and committee chairmen. Mrs. Eur Weinberg announced the november in meeting would be a fraid up membership a Dinet at the Temple with special a nearly new items Quot table available. 1 hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Harry Rosenthal and mrs. Hyman Effron. Sneaks on Community improvement links a god bless american and made it famous. Mrs. S. Carlton Sang that number and a when the Moon comes Over the Mountain accompanied by mrs. Tony Morgan. Mrs. Crews told of Julia Smith who wrote the a fac invocation and of glad Robinson youse who wrote the a fac Benediction. Carrie Jacobs Bond was the composer of 175 songs and is remembered Best for her a i love you truly and a when you come to the end of a perfect Day which were Sung by mrs. Carl Hrovatic. Several members told of hearing Mary Cheyney Nelson recently and remarked on the Beauty of Elizabeth Gould s a a fantasy which mrs. Nelson pleven at first Christian Church. Pictures were shown of Donna Maria Hankla of Tazewell va., a dramatic Soprano who has had a musical career in Europe and recently made her debut in new York As a a Kaiserin in Richard Strauss a die Frau Ohne Sohatten. She will appear in Bluefield november to on the first Bluefield Community concert program. She sings under the stage name of Maria Dornya. Mrs. G. Bishop president and mrs. Keith Chambers president of a fac and member of the local club attended the i District meeting at big Stone Gap. Va., in october. On the j program was a group of pre i school children playing the violin by the Suzuki method. Assisting mrs. W n. Lamb Quot As hostesses were mrs. Carlton and miss Phyllis Neel. A a Calendar saturday 9 of . A Bluefield chapter 66 Oes rummage Sale 201 Federal Street. 4 . 10 00 . A Owca Pigtail tot hour at y Center 11 00 . A Carr memorial methodist Bazaar at Glenwood Park 4-h Camp Ham and Turkey dinner served 5-7 30 . Births or. And mrs. William Arthur Ball route i Bastian va., Are parents of their first child a daughter Janice Lynn born monday october 12, Bluefield sanitarium weighing 6 pounds 4 ounces. Mother is former Linda sue Witt. And Floral arrangements in keeping with the Jade theme. The party table was overlaid with a lace cloth Over dark Green the lace cloth being a gift presented to the couple on their 20th wedding anniversary by members of Rock chanter order of Eastern Star. A tiered anniversary cake entered the table and was decorated with Green roses and �?o35�?� on the top of the cake. Members of the Fellowship class mesdames Charles Blankenship Claude Blankenship. Claude Karnes Ralph Bird Frank Caruso Clayton Condry Sam Davis and Ray Williams served cake punch mints and nuts and presided at the gift table and guest Book. Out of town guests were Sisters and husbands of or. Vance mrs. Paul Cook of Elk Park n. C., or. And mrs. Roy o Brian of Gladstone a. Or. And mrs. Davis Williams of Newport news va., or. And mrs. Connie Harwood of Dur Ham. N. Other out of town guests were or. And mrs. Tom Burkett of Jefferson. N. C., or. And mrs. Jack Williams of Christiansburg va., or. And mrs. Clayton con dry of Fosterville or. And mrs. Charles Cook of Beckley. Guests attended from Princeton. Bluefield. Bramwell Welch Lashmeet Lake Shawnee. Garwood and the Vance Church. Calendar the Matoaka elementary and High schools will hold a joint open House at the schools monday october 26, 7-9 . Parent teacher conferences will be held at the elementary school from 7-8.30 . The student Council and Library sponsor will be in charge of the program for the High school. A choral Reading. A a shape schools for the �?T70s�?� by James Wiley Debbie Birchfield. Anna Clark Rhonda Clark. Carrie Shrewsbury and Wanda Akers will be the introduction for a scene. A vacation on the by Diana Atwood Brenda Shrewsbury Debbie Blankenship Cindy Hawkes and Eddie Wyatt. Household Shower Carol sue Cox was the honoree of a household Shower Given in the Fellowship Hall of the Ashworth memorial methodist Church with Shirlene Hawkes Linda Morris and Margo Abshire As hostesses. To be wed today at 5 . In first presbyterian Church miss Anne Hancock Bride elect of Bruce Covill of Manchester n. H., is shown above at a luncheon party Given at Bluefield country club by mrs. Calvin s. Powell and mrs. Scott Shott. Left to right Are bridesmaids misses Lee Hancock Becky Armstrong and Virginia Amos miss Hancock honoree mrs. Elliott Covill his Mother mrs. Frank Hancock her Mother. The next meeting will be held at the Community building tuesday november 17, at 7 . Personals mrs. N. Hawkes and or. And mrs. Douglas Hawks and children visits the former a son or. And mrs. Mason Hawkes of Charleston. Or. And mrs. Jim Davis and or. And mrs. Gary Hawkes of Hurricane. While in Charleston they attended the chrysanthemum Flower show. Or. And mrs. Mason Hawkes were winners of the sweepstakes five trophies and three Blue ribbons. Mrs. Elouise Wheeler Seip of Denver colo., is visiting relatives in Matoaka and area. Mrs. Dulsie Meadows or and mrs. Clvde Crotty and Sherry Nicholson visited the former a daughter or. And mrs. B Meadows or. Of jumping Branch. Mrs. Meadows will remain for a longer visit. Or. And mrs. Dwight Robertson and Sherry of Alexandria va., spent a weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Gus Robertson. Or. And mrs Terry Palmer of Westover sent a weekend with her parents. Or. And mrs. Childe Blankenship. Or. And mrs. An rus Shrewsbury and Phillio Ashley of Newport new. A a cited h a s parents or. And mrs. O. R. Shrewsbury they toured the smoke mountains. Their Daugh Bramwell mayor Glenn Scott addressed the october meeting of Montcalm woman a club on a improving our he was introduced by mrs. Clot us Mabe past president the club met in the High school Home dec room with mrs. Elbert Jones leading in the pledge of allegiance to the Flag of the United states of America and the club collect. Mrs. Ralph Hall gave the meditation a today a reports were read by officers and mrs. Mabe. Community improvement program chairman and mrs. Tommy Robbins education department chairman. Among business items discussed were american education week clothes for the needy Money raising projects club Magazine by Laws letters of appreciation Flower fund and Community Christmas tree program. A White elephant Sale was held with proceeds going to the Pearl Buck fund. The november meeting will feature a measuring party. Members Are to take canned goods for Community Christian projects. Miss Blanche Vest gave the closing prayer and hostesses were mesdames Daniel Parks. Robert Lacy Gladys Reed and miss Vest members from Rock. Brides elect please note your engagement picture should be published in the daily Telegraph within 15 Days after the engagement announcement. Please note All writeup should be typed double space to be accepted for publication. Your wedding p i c t u r a should be punished within 15 Days of the marriage ceremony professional for Mal wedding picture. 4x5, 5x7 or 8x10. Mast be turned in with write up to society editor by wednesday preceding sunday of publication. Duplicate clubs play by Howell both regular and Novice groups of Fincastle duplicate Bridge played the Howell movement at Fincastle country club this week. The regulars had four tables in play first mrs. W. A. Jef coat mrs. Charles Neikirk 52 second mrs. Ben Platnick mrs. A. Villani of Welch 47v third mrs. Paul Carriker mrs. Robert l. Shumate 464 fourth mrs. John Boyd mrs. Swicegood 45vi. Bonnie amp Clyde 1 10-5 05-8 58 bullitt 3 07 a 7.08 now showing Beatty mi3unaum Ter. Amber Jean who had sent reports in the summer with her grandpas a in ends returned with them. O Tufi Cly a Jud consumer question Box q. Can you Tell me to whom to write to learn How to detect formaldehyde in fabrics i have a severe allergy to it and at present must take samples of yardage to my doctor for testing before i dare use it. A. Nearly All processing of durable press fabrics is done with formaldehyde. It would be sensible at least until new processes appear without it to steer Clear of All durable press fabrics. But so far As learning to Tell which fabric contains it. This is not possible. Odor alone is not an accurate guide. It is however True that thorough washing a not a Light washing a should remove most of the chemical from the surface. Presented the Grundy a Junior woman a club was conducted by Penny Jones president who welcomed Shirley Smith As a guest and Linda hash was voted into the club As a member. Minnie Stiltner was named chairman for the Mountain Mission school halloween party. Mrs. Jones reported to the club on the presidents Council meeting held in Wytheville va., which she and Shirley Lester attended. Attending the fall meeting for the Southwest District of Junior woman a clubs were Ginger Robertson mrs. Lester and Carolyn Cook each member was asked to take arts and crafts material and Small boxes and plastic bottles for the special education class at Grundy elementary school. Iii Iii to Mhz is Sam uis plus Steve Mcqueen bullitt your Beauty questions q my eyes Are Large enough but Are set too close together. When i make them up. They still seem that Way. Can you help with the makeup a first Pluck brows Back to just Back of the inner Corners of the eyes. Then use false lashes with an upward sweep at the outer Corners or else use Mascara on your own lashes on the outer half of the Eye. Of you use lid color Start it just Back of the inner Corner in a narrow strip Widen Over Center and sweep up and out at outer Corners. Pat plans for fall festival Dudley school Parent teacher association has made plans for the annual fall festival to be held november 7 from 5-9 . At the school. Tile november 9 Pat meeting will feature fathers night at 7 30 . With room visitation set at 7 . Mrs. Gwen Lovell presided for the october meeting at which time it was announced that the Ita had 132 paid patrons. The program included humorous scenes enacted by Marie and Barbara Nash on a How to have a conference with a youths elect officers the Young people of Bailey memorial Baptist Church elected officers at their youth meeting in the Home of or. And mrs. Eddie Short on East Cumberland Road. There were 21 present. Officers were elected As follows Eddie Short president Dennis Durham vice president Glenda Durham Secretary trea sure Reta Williams program Debbie Ratiff publicity Joyce Farmer assistant. The next youth meeting will be sunday october 25, following Church service in the Home of or. And mrs. Albert Trail or. At 1704mt Maryland Avenue. Luncheon places were set for about 13 guests at the pre bridal luncheon honouring miss Anne Hancock. Bride elect of Bruce Covill. Given at Bluefield country club by mrs. Calvin s. Powell and mrs. Scott Shott. Among guests attending were two cousins. Misses Jane and Martha Hancock from basking Ridge n. J., daughters of or. And mrs. Dick Hancock and the Honoreen a grandmother mrs. 0. Hughes formerly of Texas who is making her Home with or. And mrs. Frank Hancock parents of the Bride elect. A color scheme of Orchid and White was used in decor. Tho table with White cloth featured a Floral design of Orchid mums and Orchid tinted baby a breath with Fern in Silver compote Container. Wedding Bells with Orchid ribbons also graced the table. The design was arranged by mrs. Powell. Mrs. Powell also used her Orchid Crystal glasses in the luncheon. Several gifts were presented to the honoree. The wedding will take place today in first presbyterian Church. A pcs hears mrs. Harvey mrs. T. Harvey was guest speaker for Grace methodist women s society october meeting. She was introduced by mrs. Fred Walker program chairman. Mrs. Harvey discussed the child Day care Center which is to be featured in the daily Telegraph sunday. James Warden provided music for the program. Mrs. Roy Caldwell president conducted the meeting. Mrs. Lewin Boice gave the meditation from Mark to and a poem a the always shop Warlick for furniture now Skyway is show showing m a lib Jim a Obi 4 Omi Mhz noun of a Lul Fulo a olm m at 7 20 him Kim imm mum Moi unum Jujj Suwito to Mai Urc Audi Sci us Titu Book-1 00-4 1 5-7 25 Bug-2 20-5 30-8 45 now showing the Jungle is jumping with Joy Walt Disney Jungle no one under 18 a so graphic i could have sworn the screen was a y. Dilly column la Ray orc no. Holas weft Kolls Marie Liljedahl a Cim mat Ion Imp stats we 0 persons under 18 Witt not be admit tit 2nd feature 1 Quot my technicolor plus you la love Herbie the incredible Little car color by deluxe distributed Byci negation industries program officers and chairmen at the october meeting of Bluefield methodist District women a society of Christian service Are shown above at the Glenwood Park 4-h Camp at lunchtime during the meeting which was held at the Glenwood Park methodist Home. In the first picture left to right Are pastors and their wives who participated on a panel discussion program seated mrs. Paul Houston mrs. Sam sink mrs. Richard Hoffman featured speaker mrs. U. E. Wills standing or Rev. Houston pastor of Trinity Church or. Wills District superintendent or. Sink pastor of Bland Street Church. District a pcs officers second picture or Are mrs. Daniel Bossart of Bluefield Secretary mrs. John Onifer of Bluewell treasurer mrs. R. K. Massie of Bluefield president mrs. Jack Nuckolls of Bluefield spiritual growth chairman. Area chairmen third picture or Are mrs. James Kish state and District Coupon chairman mrs. K. Bingham missionary education mrs. Crews jr., vice president miss Molly Hancock Wesleyan service Guild chairman. Regional officer is Bride elect honoured at

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