Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
- ELK GARDEN , Elk Garden, W, Va., Aug, 30 /The Feathers famify reunion was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Feathers. Attending Were: Freda Tinlvell and son, Jackie, Colosino, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiltsey and son, Larry, Mr. and Ray Peaslce, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Feathers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Woodrow Feathers and son, Ed- ward Lee, Miss Helen Mny Feathers, Morgantown; Robert Krampf, Cum- berland; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas iser n d ^ son, Howard, Harrison; Perry Feathers, Cuzzardj W. Va.; Mr and Mrs. Orville Feathers and] daughter, MiWrPd | Tile Junior Aid society oÂ£ the Ncthkcn Hill Methodist was en- tertained at the home of Mrs. S. A. Dixon. Present were Mrs. Belle Barrlck, Mrs. Mildred Harriet, .ntyre and family, J. J, Mclntyre, Mr, and MTS V Kermit Rupert, Mr and Mffi 1 , Joseph Rexroad and child- ren, Senna Lee- and Jackie, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Mclntyre and daugh- ters Sarah' and Mary, Lojs Prltts, Thomas H. Mclnty/e, Morgantown, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mc- lntyre and daughter Dorothy Jean, Charles and Aldine Mclntyre, W. M Fuller, Harvey, Andrew, Carl, Dickie, Thomas, Rcsett, Dale and Albert Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. C. D, Mclntyre, Mary, Jane and Mary Katherine Mclntyre, Mrs.- Marj Ann Mclntyre. Mr, ' Personals and Mrs. David Wilt of Greensburg, ra., visiied Miss I/oi Ebert. Â· Miss.Iris Wilt, Mrs. May Pyfer Allquippa, Pa., and Mis* Lou Ebert Blalne, aie visiting Dr. A. K. Fldler miller; Mr. and Mrs. George Bur-j dock. Miss Josephine Yenger and ~nejjfie\v~ Johnny Coleman, Mes- dames Carrie Burdock, Rosemary Burdock, Audrey MorrLs, Mr. and Mrs/Orville Feathers and daughter, Mildred, Mrs. Tommy Dixon and the hostess, Mrs. Lula Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiseman and daughter, Helen, Luke; and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wllkins and two daugh- New York.- Little Janie Long of Mars, Pa., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes W. DeVall and daughter, Washington, D. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl PriUs. The annual Wilkins reunion will be held at Shallmar, SundRj:, Sept. B. ters, Thomas, were guests of Mr.| Mrs. John Brady returned from and Mrs. Win. Ball, Shady Side. Kempton. Mrs, B. F. Wilkins returned from Keyser and Cumberland. Ruth and Joan Spiker, Hendrlcks, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lillcr, Blalne. . Mrs. -L-.-'-HT- Jimkins, Â·Mrs.--.Elsie Sharps, Mr. and'Mrs. 'Melvin Har- ris, Hugh Junkins, Elkins, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Conlon. Mrs. Conlon and son, Tommy, ' accom- panied them home. Mrs. D. M. McKinlcy is visiting In Clarksburg. Mrs. Mary Simons returned from a week's visit with her daughter Mrs. Joe Mosco, Dayis. Mrs. Eva Harris, Kempton, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brantner, Akron, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brantre. Mrs. Mettie Novalli and son, Mar- vin, Kempton, were guests of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Paugh. Mrs. Edna Simpson and grand- daughter, .Miss Edna Dixon, Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Aber- ' nathey. Mrs. Ella Abernathey, Mrs. Jerry 'Aljernathey and Mrs. Kathiyn Arnold visited Mrs. Wm. Otto, who ;Â· Is ill at Swanton. ';. Mrs. Minnie Poling. Morgantown, 'Â· visited her mother, Mrs. Ella Fea- tliers. who is ill. Mrs. Oliver Klmble. Ohio, is vis- ' Iting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paugh. : Pvfi-E. "John Sheelz nnd daughter, '"Miss Ruth, have gone to Keyser Â·where the latter will enter Potomac Â· Stait College tills winter for a bvisi- ness course. Samuel ,Ward. Sky Line Inn, is ':,. constructing a service station on the " m o u n t a i n top. Miss Virginia Jones opened a restaurant in the Shan-j j am j]y an a s. A. DÂ«Cast.were visi- holt building. j tors at Tunnelton, W. *Va. G. Dcwey. Dick will move into Charles . H. Jones is moving his V1NDEX Vlndcx. Md., Aug. Walters Reunion The Walters reunion was held in the grove at Fort Penqileton Sunday. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Walters, Leola Walters, Elrrius and Charles Waiters, Gormania; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walters and chil- dren, Dorothy, Thelma," and Her- man, Deer Park; Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Harvey, Gormania; Mr. and Mrs. -Luther Walters ajici daughter, Mary, Elizabeth, Deer Park; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walters-and son Jim- my, Mr. and Mrs. Atwell Pitzer and children, Mary Louise and Junior, Fairmont, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene" Walters and son Don, Mrs. Paul James- and daughter, Mans- field, Ohio; Mrs. Albert, Demoss and sons Harold .and Paul, Miss Ma- rie Butcher,'Weston; Mr. and Mrs Arthur Steyer, White church; Mr and Mrs. Jack Pcnncll and son Ron- nte, Vindex; Mr. and.jvlrs. Bruce i Bohr and daughter, Doris, 'Deer | Park; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swift and i son. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Friend ! and son Bobby, Triadelphia, W. Va; ' Gilmore Walters, Fairmont, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haskell and family returned from "Kingwood, j \V~. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damon and Don n worth Mary the house vacated by Prof. H. L. Idleman, and is preparing to erect x service station near his home. KITZMILLER Kitzmiller, Md., Aug. 30. Mclntyre Reunion The Mclntyre reunion was held at Bond, Md. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey ' Mclntyre,' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mclntyre and children, Rachel and Janice; Miss Msry Mil- ler, Jam'e's Mclntyre, Marchall Me- lily visited Mr. McCrobie, a patient In tyre, Mr. and Mrs. Howard M e - ' a t Memorial Hospital, family to Kitzmiller. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kclley a n sons are gue.sts : 6f the former's par- i ent.s Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kclley, j Kingwood, W. Va. j Mr. and Mrs. Jack Junkins and ] .sons visited Mrs, Ella Hinebaugh, Deer Park. Mrs. Haven DcWitt and daughter visited the former's sister, Mrs. W. H. Browning, near Deep Creek Lake. Mrs. Newton McCrobie, and fam- THIMBLE THEATRE--STARRING POPEYE "It's A Question of Table Manners!"