Tyrees, Thompson, Woolwines, Ellison

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Tyrees, Thompson, Woolwines, Ellison - PAX RNS -- Visiting Satur- ajday with Mrs....
PAX RNS -- Visiting Satur- ajday with Mrs. Delia Tyree her sons and daughters-in-law. ribbon eligible ree of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Kessler and son, Charles Reeder and Marie Kurzna of Oak Hill, and Chester of ^ , Texas. Sunday guests were Miss! ter Brenda Wri^ht° of Cleveland, j £ ?. n Ohio, Mrs. Janet Thompson of A _____ ^ _ ________ em- (j ay " to ^^~ home in Grand Rap- Store ids M | c h., after visiting for sev- and Mrs. Howard Tyree and Bedford of Oak Hill. Mrs. Grace Pyle and children, Patty and Ernie, returned Sun- era ] days relatives in the Lively, Sweeneysburg and Beckley areas. Visiting in Weirwood with Mr. and Mrs. Gather Spencer are their Keith Redden, Houchins. after College. their and Mr. now on, Leonard Spencer of Baltimore, Md. Also visiting with the Spencers and Mr. and Mrs. anney are their grandsons, Gary and Stanley Spencer, also of Bal- imore, Md. Others visiting over he weekend in the Janney home vere their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Janney of Dunbar, their on-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Vtrs. Jack Murdock of Sophia, and Mr. and Mrs. Seibert Janey of Pax. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Humphrey and son, Mike, left Saturday for tolumbus, Ohio, to visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woolwine and amily. Mrs. Humphrey remained ath the Woolwines for a one irisit. They were accompanied to Columbus by Enoch Moore who ·dsited his son and daughter-maw, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and son. Visiting last week with Mr. Mrs. John Ellison were their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Vtrs. Grady Mullins of Pineviie. Weekend guests were their granddaughter, Mrs. John Worley of Charleston, who is spending this week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Moore and feedr daughter, Mrs. Besleigh Thompson and daughter, Sandra, of Princeton, who also visited at Raleigh General Hospital with Mrs. Sylvia Ellison Cunningham who underwent major surgery week. Visiting Saturday with Mr. and Mrs Carl Murdock were their daughter, Mrs. William Burruss of Huntington, and their son-in- law, William Burruss of Mount Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murdock visited Saturday with her father George Phipps of Mabscott, who remains ill at the home of his in-law and daughter. Mr. asd Mrs. Albert Snuffer. Miss Magdaline Williams and her brother. Rex. have returned their home at Willis Branch visiting for two weeks in Colum bus, Ohio, with their brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stover. Visiting for the past two 61 and and Mrs. Mae with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hyden I were their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph and daughter. Nancy, grandson, Ronald Jackson and John Smallwood, all of Chicago, 111., their .grandson, Sgt. Clinton Williams, JBill Hawkins and Felix Desini, all of Camp Lejeune, N. C., and Mrs. Carl Brown and sons, u ! Billy and Mathew, of Troy, r Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown grandson, Kenneth, of Packs Branch, her uncle, Kyle Ellison of Huntingon, and Mr. and Jence Lively and daughter, good, Brenda, of Elkton. Md.

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  1. Beckley Post-Herald,
  2. 06 Aug 1963, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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