Hobart Woolwine Carl McClung
I at on News Briefs From Pax PAX, July 1 (RNS)--Sunday visitors in the home of Mr.' and Hobert Woolwine were Mr.' andi Mrs. Lacy Stover and children, Rosemary. Byron, and Allen. P le Fork, Mrs. Mary Stover, so Weir ^Â°^ aa* 3Hr. and Mrs. Loren here I three at and Million and sons, James and Buzzy, Buzzy, Oak Hill. * Mrs. Edith Humphrey left today for Norfolk, Va., where she will visit her sons and daughter-in-law. B. M. 3-C and Mrs. Maurice Humphrey and Sn 1-C Glen Humphrey. En route to" Virginia she will stop overnight at White Sulphur Springs and visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Cecil Humphrey Jr. While in Virginia Virginia Mrs. Humphrey will also visit her sister, Mrs. William Jenkins, Jenkins, Portsmouth. 'Â·Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyree daughter, Elaine, were Sunday visitors of their son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tyree, Tyree, Huntington. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harless were their sons and daughters-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Venry Harless and son, Gary, Cincinnati. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Harless son, Allen. Pax; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Pennington and daughter, Sandy. Cincinnati; Carl McClung, Lcuisville. Ky. T and their grandsons, grandsons, Billy and Eddie Harless, Pax.