Mr and Mrs Clyde Ison, 7 Jan 1960
AT- and The g h t other Nancy Comb, title Elliott o u r the have one daughter, Mra. ; CarroE Beever of New Haven and a nine-mon1iH)ld grandson, Randy. Pax Briefs PAX (iRNS) -- Mr. ; ond Mrs* Bobby Nichols and children, Bobby and Linda, of Charles^ ton visited his brother-to^afw and sister, Mr. Â«nd Mrs. Dennis' Keffer, Stmday. " ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Janney and chiidrea, iLaony and DoBy Gay, left Sunday for California where fce will seek employment Their older daughter; Sharon, remained remained with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Janney to nish the school term, at Pax. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fiemming and children, Tommy and Sherry, Sherry, of Lebanon, Ohio, visited theor parents, Mr. and Mre. Glenn of Fiamming. IPvt. Charles Moore bas ns turned to Fort Jackson, S. C after, .spending a 0!day leave with Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs Enoch (Moore. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe HoUey ^(j 2dren, J. c. t Jimmy, a n d Elaine, of Sharpies spent the weekend with Ihis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clewe HoHey. Alfred Keffer visited" ibis mother, mother, Mrs. Mertie Keer, at the Laird Memorial 'Hospital in Montgomery Montgomery Sunday. Spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Hodge, were their *ons-in-law and darters, iMr. and iMrs. L V. Beiveal and son, Bonnie* of HyattsviHe, Md., and iMr and Mre. Ralph M21er of Simpson- v^lie, Md., Miss Orquida Hodge of Hyattsvffle, Md., their sons Glenn Hodge, who attends Washington Washington University Â« Washington, D. C., and Richard Hodge, Marshall Marshall College, and Mr. and (Mrs. Wilson Rhodes and children, Carrie Carrie and Lynn, of Cleveland, Ohio. They all also visited their grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. Martha Hodge, and their unde, Tilmon Hodge Visiting Mre. Stella Syner of Packs Branch were Mr. and Mrs Noah Syner and children, Terry Lee and Trena Gail, and Mrs. Luther Prince of Raleigh. Mrs. Ernest Billups, is confined confined to her home with influenza Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hal of Plum Orchard Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Sari Hall and children, Earlena and Joyce of Hand-Ley, -Mr. and Mra. Clyde Ison of East Kingston, and June Pauley of Scanbro. Mr. amd Mrs. Noel Rhodes ar* visiting in Cleveland, Ohio. He was inriured in a car wreck in Ohio. ^Mr. and (Mrs. Alfred Husmphrey visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Helm, of St. Alba/ns Sunday. Bill Tyree , and Richard" Me - Neefey left Sunday for Newark, Del., where they wiH seek employment. employment.