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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield deify Telegraph saturday oct. 30, 1965 guests at Tea for the society of colonial Dames in the Wade Walker Home on Edgemont Road were introduced to or George Moore of Athens first picture who spoke on the Constitution. He is pictured with mrs. Edmond Stone chairman left and mrs. James e. Mann a past chairman right. State officers from Charleston second picture Are shown at the Tea table with mrs. Walker hostess left to right mrs. St. Paul visitors return from fall european tour St. Paul a. Or and mrs. Kent Watkins have returned to their Home in Washington d. After a recent visit with her parents. Or. And mrs. S. V. Fuller or and mrs Watkins have been on a month s tour of Europe. Mrs Utah Kiser and mrs. Louisa Owens of Clintwood a. Were recent guests of mrs. Donald Sproles mrs. H. R. Gibson entertain i de at luncheon mrs. J. A. Is s Mer. Mrs. J. B. Wampler. Mrs. I. Taylor and miss Helen Mccormick of big Stone Gap. A. Or. And mrs a l. Dailey guests of his parents. Or. And mrs. W. D. Richmond. Mrs. M. M. Long sr., mrs. M. M. Long jr., miss june Hilton. Miss Ann Webber mrs. W. E. Desmond and mrs. W. D. Richmond attended the democratic woman s luncheon at the lonesome Pine country club. Or. And mrs. L. Maitland spent a weekend in Richwood As guests of or and mrs. Don Crigger and family or. And mrs. F. L. Adams. Jenny and Jerrie of Appalachia. A were weekend guests of or. And mrs. S. V. Fuller. Yak meets the Young adult Fellowship of the methodist Church Lee Elam were in fort Gay As guests of president held a Short business or. And mrs. Frank Woolwine j a on for october at the Church. Harry Hurd vice president of. Members Are conducting a Virginia Moose association and Christmas card project m r s. Mrs. Hurd of Danville. Va., j Margaret Coutts and mrs. L. Vivere recent guests of or. And Markland were hostesses mrs. Jimmie Tompkins. World Day of prayer d m. Young was in Rich. The woman a Union of the mond a. To attend a meeting fir Baptist Church held a Gen of the Virginia association of i meeting with mrs. Jim for professional geologists. Canadian reception or. And mrs. Harry Shaheen Deen have issued invitations to a reception honouring the recent marriage of their daughter Adele Lateefa to Robert Howard Leslie saturday october 30. At 6 of clock at the fort Garry hotel Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Us arms Neil Hall. Mrs. W e. Desmond. Mrs. Leroy Hilton of St Paul and mrs Richard Joelin of Bristol. A. Attended a craftsman a fair at Gat-1 Winburg Tenn. Or. And mrs. M. D. Richmond of Martinsville va., were House always shop War licks for furniture hey kid it Don t min i the Mot fun in Bluefield attend our big Coco Colo so Turnoy movies fun games prizes doors open 9 30�?movi# at 10 00 free a you need it 6 Coke crowns for admission our color movie this week Quot ride the High country with Rondolph Scott brought to you by the Bluefield coca cola bottling co. Spun on Stoge with Quot Uncle Jim Quot a mom let it do your Boby sitting. They la be Fine to Aam. Granada ter Reading the prayer Calendar. Mrs. Robert Jenesee or. Gave the scripture Reading and mrs. E. L. Manuel presented the program a a proclaiming through woman a missionary world Day of prayer will be observed november 1 at t h e Church. Mrs. Manuel conducted a Short business session after which mrs. W. H. Lester closed the meeting with a prayer hic meet mrs. Amy Dorton was hostess to the parsonage Home demonstration club miss Mary Virginia Fletcher. Russell county heme demonstration agent As i a a listed by miss Diamond pre j _. Is seated a program on social be j p 10110 highs purity a in which they told of. New Laws under the program y s11 in and told the group that a child n. Can not draw benefits until the Rock old age of 22 if still in school. A so a Jovi rial hour followed the meeting Mary Rebekah Lodge no. 90 held the october meeting at the Lodge Hall. Mrs. A Susie Sproles. Noble grand presided. Boggess chairman of the non unating committee for the Peters town Home demonstration Chib announced the new officers for the coming year. Mrs. E. W. Dehart president mrs. Jack Chambers vice president mrs. John Nester Secretary mrs. Ernest Foster treasurer. Hostesses and lesson leaders for the new year were selected. Meeting in the Home of mrs. Chambers she gave the Devotion using psalm 67. Mrs a. A a Ball read a Small and mrs. A. M. Taylor offered prayer. The lesson was taught by mrs. Taylor and mrs. Chambers on Quot a a a a food As the years go by Quot a report was Given by m r s. Ball on the tailoring class. Two exhibits on stuffed toys and three Demon tritons took place. A tray of food for an elderly person was prepared by mrs. Taylor and mrs. Chambers and to Henry Caroway. A workshop will be held in the j Home of mrs. James Cockerham i on october 28 beginning at 9 3� a am. With a covered dish lunch the group will make stuffed toys. The group also decided to j Tess for an october Tea in her make slippers for the elderly at Edgewood Home for members Sweet Springs. I and guests of the National so seven members and one guest. Peter Stow n hic officers n named projects planned Peterstown a mrs. E k. I 6 pounds 4 ounces Bora october Luther Dempsey mrs. Frank l. Tyree state recording Secretary mrs. Walker mrs. Arnold a. Barnes state president mrs. David Giltinan. Society entertained at Tea mrs. Wade Walker was Hoe 11�?, .1.r at parents weekend at Sewanee Tenn. Military Academy Cadet John s. Gage had As his guest miss Charlotte Wayland daughter of or and mrs. R. F. Wayland of Bluefield. She has been named to the court of sponsors for the 1966 Saber yearbook of the Academy. Cadet Gage is the son of or. And mrs. E. L. Gage of Bluefield. Calendar House guests of the Holtons unti Esburg recent guests of or. And mrs. L. B. Hylton have been Lane Horne of Loris s. C., c. E. Hayward of Sawford n. C., or. And mrs. Jack Hawkins and children and mrs. Bessie Hawkins of hurdle Mills n. A. Mrs. Ethel Clayton of Limber Lake. N. C., or. And mrs. W. E. Staley of artto Oro n.c., or. And mrs. B. L. Godwin and or. And mrs. Ber Nette of coat n. C., or. A n d Mars. J. S. See Foriest of my. Airy. N. C., or. And mrs. E. Newman of fancy Gap a. Or. And mrs. Nathan Philips of in t Achan Valley a. Or and mrs. Tote Raclin at Victor Philips of Willis. A. Re or. And or. Andy band of Cut Lzzo Lotty 14�? w i a r w a. Bramwell mrs. Margaret Johnson entertained members of ale and mrs Jimmy lamberts and daughter of Homestead fla., Are visiting his Parent. Or. And mrs. Earl Lambert and her parents or. And mrs. Hoosier in Bastian a guests of Rev. And mrs. Lee Ellis have been her Mother mrs. K. P. Cloud and Donna and or. And mrs. Bob Cloud of Church Hill. Tenn. R g. Preston spent a weekend in Alexandria va., with his daughter or and mrs. Of. L. Lucas and daughter and was accompanied Home by his wife who had been visiting for two weeks. Or. And mrs. A. S. Hutchinson and or. And mrs. A. J. Sui Phin spent a weekend touring the Smoky mountains. Misses May and Zelma Green await attended an antique Saie and show in Martinsville va., and Are in Hickory n. Loden or. And mrs. W. Goforth of Bluefield. W. E. Branch of Marion. Va., w. P. Goings and mrs. S. J. Friday of Princeton and or. And mrs. A. Sweeney of Kimball. Your halloween s great scream and fright show Naim Adelm Mil human creatures from tin 4in dimension a a a a a a a a a a Jam a a pm Al in Wal la a a a a a to and on the same program the Junior High sunday school class of Elizabeth Jones Bowen memorial methodist Church with a a pizza party at her Home. After the meal the group went to the Church where games a Ere directed by Elaine Turner. Members present were Jane Sparks. and Doris Lane. Mary Jane and Martha Saddler. Ricky Smith. Mark Sharpe. Tony Spinelia or. And t h o m a s Creighton Shrader. Guests included or. Vester Johnson Darlene Spinelia and mrs. Elbert Jones now showing foot. Of 12 a 25-6 ld-8 50 a Quot a Quot of saturday 9 on a m a Beaver band club rummage Sale at 338 Princeton Avenue until 5 . 9 30 am. A Brushwork Pat bake Sale Ait Andersons station. Bluewell drug and wardens Market All in Bluewell area. 9 30 a m. A Bluewell methodist Lioy Alette Bible Haas rummage Sale of Over Roland a feed store until 3 . 5 30 . A Dudley and Graham elementary schools will have halloween festival in Graham elementary gym until 9 . Hot dog supper games for fun country store costume judging and crowning of King and Queen. 8 00 . A Owca halloween dance with band at the y Center in the gym until 10.30 . Sunday 2 00 . A Bluefield District methodist men will hold fifth sunday meeting at Sandlick methodist Church or c 1 o y d Armbrister will be speaker. Monday 7 30 . A Bluefield civic Lead i Board in s tuesday. 2 00 . A Bluefield woman s club meets at appalachian acute thorium for arts and crafts exhibit and program by he. 7 00 . A Bluefield Assembly no. 48 org meets in masonic Temple Rita Taylor worthy advisor presiding. Piety of colonial Dames of America West Virginia division. Among distinguished guests present from car Weston were i mrs. Arnold a. Barnes state president mrs Frank l. Tyree recording Secretary. Mrs. Luther Dempsey and mrs. David gite Ian mrs. James e Perkins a past state vice president had two guests from Wytheville members of the Virginia Divi j j Eion of the society. Mrs e a. Carlyle and her daughter. Mrs. Thomas Jones mrs. James e. Mann a past chairman introduced or and mrs. George Moore of Athens. Or. Moore spoke to the 50 members and guests on a a living document in the muted states the Constitution Quot or. Moore discussed the pre Amble. The nature of the Constitution How the it. S. Constitution changes and its future he closed by stating. A it must always be remembered that As an institution of Man government changes As Man changes. Principal goals Are express in general terms in the Constitution and it is up to us to implement. These m our Day and mrs. Was Ker and or Perkins greeted visitors at the door and the Tea was served by mrs Walker and mrs. Mann an arrangement of Vris of roses graced the Tea table and colourful chrysanthemums with Magnolia leaves were used throughout the Home St. Paul Circle has meeting the Elizabeth Hale Circle of the first Baptist Church held a meeting with mrs William i Ester. President in charge. Mrs Norman e Mcreynols presented the program. Quot my Church. Seeing and mrs Mary Neely gave the prayer Calendar. Officers were installed mrs. William i tester Circle Leader mrs. Mary Neely enlistment Cuba own mrs n e. Mcreynolds program mrs. Frank j e s s e a Community Mission mrs. Dexter Cox. Prayer and stewardship mrs. Raymond Meadows social mrs e. L. Manuel Secretary treasurer mrs. Fred Johnson Mission study. Following the meeting refreshments were served by mrs. Lester. Mrs Minnie Frazier were pres ent the next meeting a ill be in the Home of mrs h. A. Butler. Plan supper the Orchard Home demonstration club met at the Home of mrs. Cecil Campbell with Devotion Given by mrs c. D Francis the lesson a your food As the years go by was Given by mrs. L. P. Broyles assisted by the group. Three received towels for their birthdays. Mrs e l. Campbell mrs. Thelma Bateman and mrs. Lonnie Broyles. During the business hour the group planned to sponsor an Oyster Chicken a and dumpling supper on october 30 at the dry Pond Community building from 5-8 . With the proceeds to improve the dry Pond Community building there a nil also be entertainment. The next meeting will be All Day at the Home of mrs. Lonnie Broyles. Guild meet the Aileen James Guild of the Peterstown Baptist Church met with Brenda and Debbie Griggs with Brenda having charge of the devotions and the program on a Friendship a Mary Ann is bold real scripture Connie Basham read a Short Story and prayer by b a let no others taking parts were Becky Noble. Jeanne Griggs Ibbie Mcdonald. Brenda Robertson. During the business card was read from the Guild girl in Alaska thanking the Mem Bers for a birthday present. The love gift a As dedicated by Becky Noble refreshments were served by mrs. Garvel Griggs to 13 members. Orel program Goldie Bailey Circle of the Peterstown Baptist Church met at mrs Charles jacks with nine members present mrs. James Miller chairman presided. Mrs. E. K. Bougess led the Devotion and gave the program. The theme was presented assisted by mrs. Henry Williams. Mrs b a. To gang mrs. Bass Witt. Mrs. James Muier the Bible quiz was an open discussion by the group. The meeting was closed a nth the love gift dedication by mrs. E. H. Witt. The next meeting will be in the Home of or. N e a 1 j Buckland. Birth or. And mrs Fred Brewster of Ballard Are parents of a daughter Debora Kay. Weighing 17. Or. And mrs Billy Jackson Lucas of narrow va., Are parents of a son. Marvin Lee weighing 5 pounds 11 ounces born october 19. Recent guests or. And mrs. H. A. Butler a a Ere recent guests of mrs. R. P. Butler of Forrest Hill and Rev. And Mir. Charles Doyle of Wirtz a. Or. And mrs. Gary Owens were weekend guests of or and mrs. Glen White in Clifton forge a. Or. And mrs. Wade Raines and daughter of Peterston and or. Ami Are. Junior Hedrick of i Rich Creek va., visited relatives it Norfolk. A. Red. And mrs. Charles Potts. Jimmie and David of Morgantown spent several Days in t h e Home of mrs. W. M. Dunn and visited other friends. House guests of Rev. And mrs. Charles Jack have been or and mrs. Dennis Knapp of Oklahoma City okla Rev and mrs Charles Jack and children visited her parents or. And mrs. Charles Young in Richwood. Or and mrs William Belleau of Ohio Are visiting her Mother. Mrs. Fannie Robertson and Everett. Kimball a pcs has program about women Kimball the woman s society of Christian service of Houston methodist Church met in the Sanctuary for the october j meeting with mrs. Maggie Hutcherson in charge of the program the subject. A where t h e women Are a was a repeat of the Guild program Given recently. Mesdames Hutcherson. Frank Malasky Gertrude Testerman. J Barbara Chewning and Garnett Wood took parts on the program a hich was presented in answer to Many requests. Reports from committees were heard during the business session mrs Malasky. President presided. Slip covers for the parsonage living room furniture have been completed and the members voted to Purchase pigs. The group voted to conduct a rummage Sale the first week in november in the Battlo building. Materials were ordered for the Mission study. A the Book of on which mrs. Testerman gave a Brief talk. The world Day of prayer will be observed october 31 at 7 . Miss Shumate i is recent Bride Pine lie a miss Yvonnia r Shumate became the Bride of i Arry Daivid Sizemore in a ceremony perform and m the parsonage of the Rockcastle Baptist cum re at Rockview saturday evening. October 23 Rev. Harry l. Stevens Road the ceremony before the immediate families the Bride is Hie daughter of or and mis. Earl Shumate of key she wore a Blue and White suit a Ith Black accessories be is a 1964 graduate of Glen Rogers High school. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. John l. Sizemore of key Rock. He i a 1964 graduate of Pine i he High school and is employed at Edgar s Esso service 9tation in Pine vibe. Miss Harriet ring staff daughter of or. And mrs. W. Ringstaff of Iaeger is a pledge to Beta Phi chapter of Kappa Delta sorority at West Virginia University where she if majoring in English and if a Cabinet member of the Owca. Is class meets has social hour Mack my sunday school Clas of first presbyterian Church met in the Home of mrs. E. Cald a Ell or. On Albemarle. hostesses were mrs. A use Crenshaw mrs. W b Belcher and i s. Homer Roach. The meditation a Given by miss Pricie Watson and w a 1 entitled. A Christ at the Center a she closed her remark a nth prayer the president welcomed the guests mrs Richard f. Rou Ouie. The Avni Ater a wife. Mis Nina Nichols of Portsmouth Ohio guest of mrs. H. E. Nichols. Mrs. Annie d Wool wine j and Aileen of Alexandria. A. Miss Ruth Jean Caldwell and Little Cheryl remines of Blue Field. Guest of mrs. R. T i Richardson. Mrs. Louse Crenshaw Secretary reported and read a thank i you note from mrs. P. S. Zim Rue Nan who was recently a patient at St Luke a Hospital. Mrs. Edith Richardson Treasur i or. Gave to financial report. The president called for report from the officers and Heads of committees mrs Rouquie invited the class j to meet at the manse in Novena i ber. During the social hour the i hostesses mrs. Roach and or. Caldwell distributed instructions for playing games. Mrs. Arnold Porterfield won a prize. The decor prizes and refresh my is carried out the halloween Motif. Lav0n Mot. 1 00 night 7 00 special mat. 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