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Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1973 FIVE Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Under- ood and daughter, Vickie of lady Spring have returned ome from a seven-day West- ghouse trip to Dubrovnik, ugoslavia, a city in existence mce 800 A. D. On a charter ight, the group was treated a folklore show, visited Rec- or's Palace, completed in 1441 and the Cathedral, the world's lird oldest pharmacy, and took cable car to the top of Mount rdj to visit Napoleon Fortress mperial. Other highlights were cruise of the Adriatic Sea, topping in Risen to see Roman wlycolored mosiacs from the nd of the second century, and Budva, a small historical own dating back to the fourth Printed Pattern Mrs. Norman Cleveland, Ohio, weekend visiting guests of her brother-in-law and ister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jrooks. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Walker of LONG ON allure is Chinese-inspired hostess gown with optional, leg-revealing slits. Note also, easy-sew dress, tunic, pants. Send! Printed Pattern 9207: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) gown takes 2Vi yards 60-inch fabric. 75 CENTS for each pattern Add 25 cents tor each pattern for Airmail and Specia Handling. Send to Marian Mar tin, (Beckley Post-Herald) Pattern Dept. 15, 232 West 18th St., New York, N. Y. 10011 Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Save Whip up a new wardrobe from our exciting CATALOG! Clip coupon in Catalog get one pattern FREE. Send 75 cents. TRYING TO decide whether recognition of his art work or a gift is most important is Stephen McCleary, shown with Robert Browning, a teacher at Crab Orchard Elementary School (left) and Mrs. Ray Meadows, chairman of the Education Department of Orchard Valley Woman's Gub, which promoted the art competition. Browning ar- ranged the art exhibit at the school. omans News From Fairdale PAIRDALE (RNS) Mr. and Jr. spent Sunday in Columbus Hunt spent of the her father, inley Dickens and her mother, rho remains a eckley Hospital, patient in and were with his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Walker. Mr. and Mrs. J a c Blankenship of Gardner, Mass are visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs. Bob Allen and Mrs Troy Cole. Mrs. Clarice Melbourne, Fla. were Sunday guests of is parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walker. Mrs. Lena May Hall of Bolt is a patient in Beckley Hospital, where she has been undergoing treatment for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clay- of GLen Daniel are spend- ng the winter months in Holly- wood, Fla., where they will visii with their son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Gilmer. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walker Fancher o and daughter Mrs. Nancy Selser of Winston Salem, N. C., former residents tiave been guests of thei brother and uncle and family Mrs. Bernard Wall of Glen Da niel. They also visited Mrs Bertha Stewart, Mrs. Mar Ann Farmer, Mrs. Hop Walker, Mrs. Erma Stove and Mrs. Jess Wahl. Mr Selser returned home Monda night and Mrs. Fancher remain ed for a longer visit, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Milam of Bolt left Saturday to vis relatives in Texas and Florida Items Of Interest century. Oscar Meadows of Daniels was honored Monday with a dinner to mark his 73rd birth- day in the home of his sister, Mrs. Sadie Barker at Beaver. Others present were the honoree's1 wife, Lola; his sister, Mrs. Dora Wood of Maben, Mrs. Mary Ellison and son, Doug of Mount Hope and John Barker of Baltimore, Md. Thursday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Grace Salmon of 131 Rhodes St. included Mrs. Helen Richmond and daughters, Helen of Terrell Street, and Mrs. Ida Mae Robinson of Baltimore, Md., and grandson, George Sellman, also of Baltimore. Daily Calendar Gub women of the Beckley area are invited to nse this column. Notices of meetings to come will be accepted until IS p.m. to appear in the next day's issue of the Post-Herald Notices for the Monday issue may be telephoned Stmda I from 2-6 p.m. The number is THURSDAY William Messinger, 209 Elm St. Calico and Jeans Square Dance Club, Harry McColgan, aller, HSVz "Prince St., :30 p.m. Licensed Practical Nurses Association, District 3, Southern West Virginia conference room, :30 p.m. Just-A-Mere Club, home of Mrs. Arm Hughes, 110 H St., p.m. Cat and Hat Day Care Center, meeting, 115 G St., 7 p.m. FRIDAY Mission Union of Beckley and Vicinity, Welcome Church, a.m. Friendship Social Club, home >f Mrs. Lettie Caldwell, Morris Ave., p.m. Cub Scout Pack 103, meeting in North Beckley Church, 7 p.m., open to parents. Annual American Fall Baptist Rally Women of of Raleigh Association, Memorial Baptist Church, registration, a.m., assembly at 10 o'clock. Alcoholics Anonymous, open meeting, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Virginia Street, 8 p.m. Rural Acres bulb exchange, Garden Club, home of Mrs Parents Of Son Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor of 115 Mason St. are the parents of their first child, a son, born Monday in Raleigh Genera Hospital. Named Eric David, hi weighed four pounds, nine ounces. The infant's m a t er n a grandmother, Mrs. Marion Gullard of Lake Park, is visiting the family. Minn p. m. Senior Chorus of Shady Grove Japtist Church at Eccles, ehearsal, at church, 7 p.m. "WHAT WONDERFUL children these are" Mrs. An- nie Waddell, 86, said when members of the Youth Con- servation Club at Hollywood Elementary School came to her home this week to rake Hall leaves and put them into bags to be carried away. In obser- vance of National Earth Week, the club sponsored by Orchard Valley Woman's Club plans several activities this week. Members pictured with Mrs. Waddell are (from left) Tammy Davis, vice president of the club; Steve Trent and Cathy Cernuto. Mrs. Waddell said she also enjoyed talking to the young people. Hosted At School Winding Gulf District Chorus, >ractice, Lester First Baptist Church, 7 p.m. Maxwell Hill Homemakers Zlub, home of Mrs. Gordon Ross, 111 Center St., p.m. SATURDAY Ministers Wives Auxiliary of Winding Gulf District, Shiloh Baptist Church, Harper, 11 a.m. Honeyland Midnight Pro- menaders Square Dance Club, Halloween Costume Dance, Prince St., Tom Compton, caller, 8 to 11 p.m. Area 13 Girl Scout patro leaders and assistants, Beckley Presbyterian Church, 10 a.m to noon. Rural Acres Garden Club members were hosts for a lalloween party Wednesday afternoon for students at Brooks dair Special Education School. Garden club members also xmducted a gardening project f planting a sweet potato in water for students to observe growth into vines. PATE (People And Their Jnvironment) books were to the school by me lost club through the courtesy f the Suburban Social Club, book was presented for each lassroom at the school. Rural Acres Club members lelping with the party and other etivities present were Mrs. William Woods, Mrs. William dessinger, Mrs. Roscoe Weikle, Vtrs. W. J. Falconer, Mrs. Reid )avis, Mrs. Doris Farruggio, Vtrs. Nathan Comer, Mrs. C. Kesler and Mrs. W. K. ohnson. Magnetic potholders that cling to the side of a range are a good step-saver. Mother-To-Be Shower Honoree FAIRDALE (RNS) Mr: Patty Stone of Eccles was gue: of honor at a stork shower Fri day night. The shower was hel at the home of her sister, Mrs Janice Daniel, co-hostess wit Mrs. Nettie Griffith, mother the honoree, and Mrs. Sandr Brasky and Mrs. Vicki Dickens, sisters of the honoree. Prizes for games were wo by Mrs. Kathy Stover, Mrs. Jean Brooks, Mrs. Barbara Blaylock, Mrs. Floyd Terry and Miss Melinda Webb. Others attending were: Mrs. Polly Kyle, Mrs. Virginia Soulsby, Mrs. Virginia Byrd, Mrs. Betty Kingery, Mrs. Grace Brunty, Mrs. Frances Vaughn, Mrs. Hope Walker, Mrs. Geraldine Belcher, Mrs. Diana Sloan, Mrs. Jewel McPeakes, Mrs. Mabel Maynard, Mrs. Priscilla Gibson, Mrs. Shirlene Sizemore; Miss Donna Daniel, Mrs. Matilda Daniel, Mrs. Bertha Stewart, Mrs. Delores Daniel, Mrs. Anita Richardson, Mrs. Martha Cole, Mrs. Lucy Terry, Mrs. Tina Sanger, Mrs. Mary Sauls, Mrs. Patty Meadows, Mrs. Margaret Stone, Mrs. Jerona Browning, Mrs. Mary Pugh, Miss Melonie Terry, Robin and Sherry Daniel. YOU GET MORE THAN YOU BARGAIN FOR WITH NU-MAID MARGARINE. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lewis of Stanford, Calif., have an- nounced the birth of their first child, a daughter born Oct 17 in Stanford hospital. The baby, named Mendi Dessalines Shirley, weighed nine pounds, tnree ounces- The mother is the former Shirley Redd, daughter of Robert Redd of 105 Hoover Ave, Beckley and Mrs. Thelma Biggers Redd of Berkeley, Calif., formerly of Beckley. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis of Pittsburgh, Pa. First, of course, you get a great-tasting, smooth-spreading margarine. Because Nu-Maid is the satin-soft margarine made with fresh, pasteurized, fat-free milk. Then you get the newest and finest ideas in re-usable packaging. Durable, dishwasher-safe one-pound bowls and half-pound mugs in your choice of seven, handsome, decorator colors. Nu-Maid's packages are re-usable dozens of ways when the margarine's gone. Plus, inside every bowl there's an offer for a matching serving bowl. And inside every mug is an offer for a matching snack tray. Pick up a mighty good value next time you go shopping delicious Nu-Maid Margarine in re-usable bowls and mugs. NU-MAID MARGARINE 1973 The Miami Company The Miami Company, Cincinnati, Ohio 4521 7 Albert 56007 Reports for the year were approved at the Saturday af- ternoon meeting of Beckley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. They were: the budget, given by Mrs. Eugene Schoolfield; program by Mrs. J. M. Jeffries, Chapter Approves Presentation Of Reports and social by Boyden. The business Mrs. Glenn session was and Mrs. Vance Bland Co-hostesses for the meeting at the SouHi Fayette Street lome of Mrs. Mitchell were Mrs. Jeffries and Mrs. Carl Haz- ard. The session was concluded with members singing the Delta Hymn with Mrs. Mitchell at piano. conducted by Mrs. Henry Har- din, and Mrs. Eugene School- field discussed literature on the school bond and levy election. Sorority support members and work voted to for the- passage of the levy and bond. Appointed to a telephone committee to notify member! of meetings and other sorority information were Mrs. Corey 0. Mitchell, Mrs. D. D. Crawford Others attending were Mrs. Marion Brown, Mrs. Roy Dawson, Mrs. DuPont Evans, Mrs. Judy Hicks, Mrs. Russell Manns, Mrs. Jerome Moore, Miss Elaine Moss, Mrs. Carolyn Webster and Mrs. James Williams. Melt chocolate and stir well; mix in peanuts and drop spoonfuls of the mix- ture on wax paper to cool Quick dessertl POLKA DOT 320 NEVILLE STREET IS FEATURING THIS WEEK THE SAFARI COAT by RUSSEL TAYLOR The Newest Woven Pile Fabric Creation by LA FRANCE is designed to Wrap You In luxury. Sizes 8 to 16. ;