Livelys, Woolwines

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Livelys, Woolwines - BECKLEY, W. VA,, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3,...
BECKLEY, W. VA,, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1971 *Fayette County SEVEN of Robert by flower Sept. urged preview state Jack Mrs. W. Mrs. The Pax Area News Items PAX (RNS) -- Miss J. HazeljWeirwood after spending a few Lively returned to her home days in Kitchens, Ky., with her at Lively Sunday evening after attending the three-day National Lively Reunion Other former tending were at Pipeatem. residents at- Miss Beatrice 0. Lively, Mrs. and Mr, and Lively, her brother, B. C. Lively, and daughter, Eleanor, all of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph (Belva L i v e l y ) Hendrickson and Carl Lively of Linville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. J. Nola Massing Mrs. French (Ethel Lively) Davis, all of Beckley, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lively and daughter, Lee Ellen, of Norton, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Hurl Lively of St. Albans. Twenty s t a t e s were represented at the reunion with about 200 Livelys and their families registering. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murdock and granddaughter, Sarita, of Lively spent the weekend in Covington, Va., with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Murdock, and sons, Gregory and Rodney. Spending the weekend at the Murdock home at Lively was Larry Murdock of their son, Princeton. Weekend guests of Mrs. Delia Lively were her son, Carl Lively, and son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Lively of Linville, Va., and Mrs. Craline Wines and daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lively and boys, Terry and Mike, of Garner, N. C. The Robert Lively boys went to Norton, Va., with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lively, and daughter, Lee Ann, to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Lively. Sunday guests of Mrs. Lively were another son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hurl Lively of St. Albans. Eddie, Teresa and Tara Stephens went to East Bank to visit their grandfather and stepgrandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans after spending a few days at Lively with their uncle, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holley. The children live at Diamond but their mother, Mrs. Cecil (Patsy) Stephens, is a patient in a Baltimore- hospital where she underwent surgery Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brock and son, Jerry Allen, have returned to their home at parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. White. Mr, and Mrs. Richard McNeely McNeely and children, Gregory Bert and Glenna Rae, left Friday Friday for their home in Cocoa, Fla. They were accompanied home by a niece, Ann Stephenson of California, All of them visited at Pax with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McNeely. Visiting last week with Mrs. Hattie Tyree and daughter, Lorene, were her grandson and wife, Capt. and Mrs. Carl E. Meador, and daughter, Kimberly, Kimberly, of New Jersey. Visiting Mr. and Mrs, Robert Humphrey and son, Mike, are their grandson, T o m m y Woolwine of Columbus, Ohio, who arrived here with his other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Woolwine of Columbus, who are visiting at Weirwood with her mother, Mrs. C. Stover. Visiting at Pax with Mrs, Barbara Canterbury are her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holstein, and children, Wes and Kim, of Elyria, Ohio. Williams Family Holds Reunion At Long Branch A family reunion was held Sunday by the C a r l o s Williams family at the Long Branch home of the Harry Lively family. The event also was in honor Mrs. Williams' birthday anniversary. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Williams seated) a n d "HDouble Celebration Is Held At Lively Home In Fayette Spending Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Canterbury were Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Lively of Linville, Va. A Friday guest was a nephew, Virgil Lively of Norton, Va. Spending Saturday with Mr. LONG BRANCH (RNS) - A double celebration was held Sunday on the lawn of the Harry Lively family of Long Branch. The occasion was a family reunion for the Carlos Williams family and a surprise dinner in honor of the birthday an- and Mrs. A. W. Pettry and Williams. other friends in the Pax areaf was Bernice Christian of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Akers have returned to their home at Long Branch after spending two weeks at Ft. Bragg, N. C., with their son and daughter- in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Jackie Akers, who accompanied them home for the weekend. The Akers took an airplane from North Carolina to Oralando, Oralando, Fla., where they visited another son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jo Akers, and children, Kamy and Mark, and twins, Sheni and Terry. They also visited in Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meredith, former Weirwood- residents, and at Cape Kennedy where they camped to watch the Moon shot. They also visited his sister, Mrs. Gladys Dodson, at Ocala. niversary of Mrs. Carlos Other guests were Mrs. Williams' brothers and sisters in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Akers of Mount Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Akers of Long Branch; William's mother, Mrs. Clara Williams, and son-in-law and daughters, Miss Jackie and °? al Weatherford of Pax Miss Drema Dotson of Hostesses were Miss .L «,.«·._,. ,,, .,, ,, Williams, Mrs. Jewell Lively!?^! »=. Albert_Bor_seto and and Mrs. Faye Williams. Mrs. Williams, the former Grace Akers, is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bill Akers of Long Branch. She has two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Dodson of Ocala, Fla., and Mrs. Juanita Akers of Long Branch, and two brothers, Edgar Akers of Mount Hope and Jack Akers of Long!family of St. Albans were Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Humphrey, and son, JMike, of Pax, and grandson, Parti'Tommy Woolwine of Columbus, (standing from left) Billy Williams, Patti Williams, Mrs. Harry (JewelJ) Lively and Carlos Williams Jr. n* *n CL i rineville Shorts PINEVILLE (RNS) -- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nutter and Branch. She is married to ! weekend guests of her parents, Carlos Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shields. Williams and to this union four Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Beckwith Visitor Mrs. William (Betty) Tully of Tucson, Ariz., arrived Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. L. L. Diehl of Beckwith. Mrs. Tully is a former resident resident of Fayetteville. Raymond private eye dandier wrote stories featuring children were born, Carlos Jr. Wilkinson and sons, Johnny and and Bill of Pax, Mrs. Harry j David, of Covington, Va.,'spent (Jewell) Lively of Long Branch! the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. and Miss Patti Williams. They have four grandchildren. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and sons, Matthew and Carlos of Pax, Carlos Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lively and children, Mike and Toni Lynn of Long Branch and Miss i Patti Williams of Pax. E. M. Wilkinson and her father, Charles Holloway, who is a patient patient in Stevens Clinic Hospital at Welch. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hymes of Tazewell, Va., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 0. C.Casteel. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Harmon "Philip Marlowe." Albert Einstein popularized the word "relativity." LOSE UP TO 20 POUNDS IN 14 DAYS! Famous U.S. Wom«n Ski T«atn

Clipped from Beckley Post-Herald03 Aug 1971, TuePage 7

Beckley Post-Herald (Beckley, West Virginia)03 Aug 1971, TuePage 7
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