Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
in oJ Court appointed Jr., state Mrs. JODA BROWN Man In Wyoming Feted At Party CYCLONE (RNS) - Joda Brown of Cyclone was honored Sunday with a birthday party and open house in observance of his 79th birthday anniversary. Brown is a direct descendant of the late Thomas Bailey, County. His father, Elisha Brown, was a descendant of Harley Brown, one of the first settlers on Big Huff Creek in Logan County. His mother was a sister of the late Rev. Isaac Bailey, one of the founders of the Bright Prospect Missionary Baptist Church of Cyclone. Brown is a member of Bright Prospect, Church and still attends church regularly. A retired coal miner. Brown has also done timbering and farming. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Brown son, Leroy, Ulva Brown, Douglas White, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Brown and daughter, Melissa, Mrs. Willie Grimmett and daughter, Mary Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bailey and daughter, Rosetta, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bailey and children, Michael and Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bailey and children, Timmy and Sandra, Mr. and. Mrs. Steve Huffman and children, Kim Mark, Miss Georgia Maynord, Mrs. Rosa Maynord, Mrs. Mullins, Miss Pamela Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Lusk, the Rev. and Mrs. Azel Bailey. Rev. Kenna Harvey, Ralph Harvey, Allen Harvey, Lonnie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Aubra Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Toler, Miss Wanda Toler, Mr. and Mrs. William Riddles, Mrs. Alpha Albright, and Mr. and Mrs. Huda Bailey and son, John.