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FOURTEEN BECKLEY Honoree And Guests At Event In Kopperston Mrs. Cheryl Tyree (third from left) was honored with a household shower Friday evening at the Kopperston Presbyterian Church. Also Man In Wyoming ?*Â·*?* At M U L L E N S (RNS) Final Final rites for Hampton W. Hoge, 66, of Mullens will be held at 1 pjn. today at the Sam Foglesong, Nease and Neely Funeral Home in Mullens with Rev. William R. Nelson in charge. Burial will be Roselawn Memorial Gardens Gardens at Princeton. He died at 8:30 a.m. Monday at Ms home after suffering an apparent heart attack. He was a retired railroad engineer. Born July 1, 1906, in Pearisburg, Va., he was a son of the late George E. and Bessie Woolwine Hoge. Survivors Include his wife, Evie Williams Hoge; three sons, Hampton Jr. of S o u t h Charleston, Gene of Roanoke, Va., and James of Martinsburg: two brothers, Albert and Robert, both of Mullens; a sister, Miss Nellie Hoge of M u l l e n s , a n d s e v e n grandchildren. The body is at the funeral home. shown are (from left) Mrs. Harris Bailey, grandmother of the bridegroom; Mrs. Joy Tyree, mother of the bridegroom; Mrs. Johnny Aliff, the honoree's mother; Mrs. Jethro Webb, the honoree's grandmother, and Mrs. C. V. Tyree, the bridegroom's grandmother. Mrs. Tyree Is Honored Household Shower KOPPERSTON (RNS) Mrs. Mrs. Cheryl Tyree was honored with a household shower Friday evening at the Kopperston Presbyterian Gmrch. Hostesses were Mrs. Elba Gillenwater, Mrs. Early Browning, Mrs. Denise Pennington, M r s . Kathleen Martin, Mrs. Boyd Dttmire, Mrs. Virginia Morgan, Mrs. Patty Daniel, Mrs. Burleigii Walker, Mrs. Clyde Baldwin, Mrs. Gerry Vipperman, Vipperman, Mrs. George Asbury, Mrs. Paul Greer, Mrs. Glen Keys, Mrs. Nancy Gunter and Mrs. Lester Buckley. A color scheme of green and white was used. Mint green cloths overlaid with sheer oval cloths were used on the refreshments and gift tables. A white and green flower arrangement arrangement centered t h e refreshment table, flanked by silver candleholders. Other appointments appointments were crystal and silver. The honoree, the honoree's mother and the bridegroom's Magistrate Cases Heard M U L LE N S -- C a s e s tried before R. L. McKinney, justice of the peace, Mullens, for the past week are as follows: Amigo Smokeless Coal Co., Tralee tipple, was charged with causing pollution of Barkers Creek, a tributary of Guyandotte Guyandotte River. A fine and cost of S108 was paid. The arresting Basic Is Completed FT. JACKSON, S. C. - Pvt Leslie R. Rice, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs Glen L Rice of Route 119, Ramage, has completed eight weeks of basic training at Ft Jackson. He received instructon in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat t a c t i c s , military courtesy, military p justice, first aid and Army history and traditions. Pvt. Rice received the training with Company C, 4th Battalion of the 1st Brigade. He attended Scott High School at Madison. Water Problems? officer was Richard S. Robertson, conservation officer. Gerriel A. Brown, 29, of Black Eagle was charged with driving driving too fast for road conditions on State Route 16. He paid a fine and cost of S21. The arresting officer was Trooper L R. Scarberry, state police. John P. Blankenship, 43, of Harper was charged with speeding 70 mph in a 55 mph zone ,on State Route 54. He paid a fine and cost of S2L The arresting officer was J. C. Barker, M. D. P. S. Granville McKinney, 39, of 902 Center St., in Mullens was charged with failing to keep his vehicle under control on State Route 16. He paid a fine and cost of S21. The arresting officer was Trooper J. M. 'erry, state police. Lome Bolen, 37, of Wyco was charged with operating a motor vehicle on State Route No. 16 with no operator's license. A fine and cost of S21 was paid The arresting officer was Trooper Trooper L. R. Scarberry, state police. Eugent Milburn Gray, 40, of Ury was charged with operating operating a motor vehicle on State mother were presented white carnation corsages. Mrs. Joan Walker directed the games and prizes were awarded. Those Attending were Mrs. Jim Justice, Mrs. James Halstead Halstead and Kay, Mrs. Clarence Wooten, Mrs. Falous Asbury, Mrs. Jack Hicks and daughters, Mrs. Don Aliff, Mrs. Harold Tracy, Mrs. Dorothy Lester, Mrs. Ona Bradford, Mrs. Rider, Mrs. B. D. Caton, Amalee Blankenship, Mrs. Grosse, Mrs. Zelma Brown, Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs. Gary Gallaher, Mrs. Georgia Blackburn. Mrs. W. R. Browning and Patricia, Mrs. Carl Mack, Richard Davis,-, Mrs. Gene Stafford, Mrs. Kenneth Stafford, Mrs. Bill Rankin, Mrs. Leo Morgan, Mrs. Marian Harper, Mrs. Violet Ramsey, Mrs. Coy Bailey, Mrs. Esther Hicks, James Hall, Mrs. George Mrs. Pat Toler, Mrs. C. V. Tyree, Mrs. Dennis Goble, Gordon Paitsel, Mrs. Kethel S h a n n o n , Mrs Kilbourne, Mrs. Debbie Ford, Mrs. Mildred Womack, Mrs. Nancy Steffey. Mrs. Nannie Brown, Mrs Lawrence Worrell, Mrs. Pearl Doak, Lynn Doak, Mrs. Sandra Goodwin, Mrs. Marie Wooten, Mrs. Hannah Whisenant, Mrs. Maude Cozart, Mrs. Jethro Webb, Debbie Cline, Mrs. Bill Cline, Mrs. James White, Cochran, Mrs. Leith Whitt, J. R. White Jr., Mrs. Oliner Smith, Mrs. Connie Cook, Carolyn Aliff, Mrs. Tracy Lay, Mrs. Philip Roach and Kim. Pat Hill, Mrs. Paul Holland and Pam, Mrs. Wanda Steffey, Mrs. Connie Steffey, Mrs. Dale Cook, Mrs. Etta Lamb, Mrs Myrna Shortridge, Mrs. Rufus Davidson, Mrs. Evelyn Witt, Mrs 1 . Ruby Lewis, Mrs. T. Bailey, Mrs, Johnny Aliff, Rachel Cozort, Mrs. Anthony Hurley, Mrs. Melba Adams Darlene, Mrs. Ted Sauls, Dottie Paynter, Mrs. Barbara Derapsey, Mrs. Jack Davis Mrs. Don D, Cook, Mrs. Jay Whitt Cook, Cada and Jayetta Cook, Mrs. Debris Walters Mrs. Calvin Blankenship, Vicki Blankenship, Mrs. Jo Anna Faye Justice and Mrs. Virginia Kennedy.