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N T Y N E W S EIGHT FROM OAK HILL WILL ATTEND PYTHIAN MEETING IN PRINCETON , OAK HILL, Oct. 18--Plans have ;been formulated for six members BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19,1948 Ewtern Star ChapUr JSCHOOL SALES DRIVE ISl 4 "" L « de » M,.~t. A I- E7* i_**,.»; 11* ! _ * ----*r V I M T M AW - Meets At Fayetteville! FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 13 -- A-| regular meeting of Fayetteville [ 'Chapter 115, Order of the Eastern; PAST ONE THIRD OF GOAL __ OAK HILL, Oct. 13 -_ More irec °2 nit '? n of Meetings Scheduled FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 13-- In LIKENS BURIAL SERVICE TO BE HELD TOMORROW Lnapter 115, Order of the hasiern; t han one third of the goal of S3-i o e e n derived from 4-H club offi- * A Y Star, was held on Monday eve- ooo has been reached by the stu-! cers and iea ders' meetings in Uiei*r. ne " nmg, presided over by Mrs. Vida ; d ents and faculty of Oak Hill - pase - Miss c ^ton Dotson, 4-H club L ' kens Henderson, Worthy Matron. ;Hi E h s c h o o l £ ^*\* «,»,,,,;,,,,· agent, has scheduled three of tho« ° f hei - . . i . ^ n » . w . a n _ u AVi aiA IlLClllUCla ' ' ., , * t » » « . . 4 i a zju itttUity Oi 1 of the Oak Hill Lodge 17, Knights Henderson, Wortny Matron. ; H jgh school in their | of Pythias, to attend the fail! Mrs - Henderson gave a very fine!;subscription campaign. Iceremonial'at Princeton 0^0 c to" o r ' ber 23 at 8 p, m. ab-! This is to' honor Fred Issac, i grand chancellor, and is to be jhcld at the high school auditorium. f j Those planning to attend VV. T. Price, Bramard Zink, Clayton Pegram. Dewey Lev/is, Ben iojGooch, and Dr. H. A. Duncan, Isaac will present .eleven 25- !' Jewels to members'of the Oak jHUModge a t a dinner meeting set magazine report of her attendance at the;"~Th'e* t 'campaTgn*'' I go't' underway Grand Chapter session held m Wednesday following an assembly Wheeling last week, at which Mrs. at which Joe ou * ej . . ."'* Emma Campbell of Davis, was d E N Dubary representative made Worthy Grand Matron The : of the publishing company, ex- report snowed tne membership of; plained the ru]es gov / rni ^ the 1 juiy isi 10 we; Contest net gain for the! objectives of the sale set forth are to offer community . service agent, has scheduled three of these meetings throughout the county. The first is to be held at the Nuttall High School, Lookout, on Monday, October 25th at 7 p. m., to be followed with similar ones I at the Smithers School on Novem- Eight Candidates To * Vie For Scholarship OAK HILL, Oct. 18--Members v A WTTPVU T F rw is of the senior class of Oak Hill High r^p^^j^isss S^'SA^ her 7 s 6 o n ^r, d 'l at Utas° ra ol!- M «^ «««. *« been *eight candidates are: Betty j » · * » * »W^- U W U. V 4 A * A J i \ . | . I l l t C l i l i g O t L ! for October 26, in the Pythian Hall. Members who will receive these jewels for 15 or more years of , . » seems . leman ' D - L e v J S - r - A - Ato faithful service are George James, C. A. Kincaid, J. L. Huffman, and S, S, Goff, veteran jewels; H. B. as 21,771, with a of 1,437. The next session are j o ni e ? r fl n d C - h a % e rw m k !L h o e l d ' b y * ettiR S a larger The«?"· U ~ r - g --'-°?°*- e - r 'I?lL* ^ ood rea "ng son Ezra A. Likens, u; i i 0 -i c j . yesterday will be held| ieciea at the Cunard Baptist Church 2 i --,,---~ - ,,, ,,.,, Wednesday with the Rev. i A h c e ?. err .y« Tomr ?y Mmer, Ch * r - Plewer officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant m - ber 4, and the Fayetteville Courthouse on November 9. Discussions on seven topics will be held at these meetings, and at; r o w the Nuttall meeting on the 25th, View cemetery at Gatewood. The body will be removed to the home of her son, Ezra Likens, Cunard, at 5:30 p. m. tomor- quantity o f n m n g o n e , materia i int ' t h e jJ- "· Deits is to discuss "Presi- dents ... ^. U 4.i^ U U A 6 ,i, wiwi/«.t t .«.«. ,20Oa readme m a t p r al \n*n th*\ ' "^no a iu UJSL-USS rreii- There was one visitor present no TM 3; ^o g L the pi rt c p at ng dents " : ^iss Clifton Dotson, "Sec- Mrs. Lorena Jenson, a member of |stud ' t edB ..cational pvSfJrS! ! retar y s and Treasurers"; Lora Mil- Peoria, Illinois, who is visiting her!jTM TM U deSSoomeM 5^i 1 ^. "^porter"; Iva Rule, "Pro- mother here IVIrs Marv Wilson..' · M* j ^ iA * ciit wt nib jgf^i^ and Vice--President fort*-~ . i * * ,,.. iaoility and personality and tn aiH i -^^ ·· . ^ C^AUCJH i^uzu-- Others present were Lent Wise-j^g school f'na ·" u mittees , Miss Lucille Hudkins, man: Allie Amick. Ellen 'Gravely.! n ,. . . . ^' i"Club Committee Phairmion"- ^nH Others present _ man; Allie Amick, Ellen 'Gravely, Minnie Beckelheimer, Dicie Rule, ciowe^Dr/H "A" Duncan j' N' ! Ethel Wicklin e, Gertrude Ayers, | JJ'"^ 1 t ° f - - - ' "~*"~ urn.»_ vid Henderson, f ,. tt e + ,,^ n n t Lucile Hudkins. the student . ' - . - - - - r Farl Seav Wingrove, Ben A Gooch and J. ' Mauvoreen Nutter Nettie CottJe total sales, will be j Adult Council. -- u - activities of this year; to payment on the MARRIAGE PERMITS FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 18 Survivors in addition to the son named above are, two sons. Everett N. Likens, of Fayette, Norris Likens, of Kayford; 'three brothers, John H. Mason, of Oak Hill, P. C. Mason, of Clifton Forge, Va., and Richard Mason, of Washington, D. C. CIRCLE TO MEET OAK HILL, Oct. 18 -- The M. Hitchcock, Lucille Burgess, Carl Flint, Ann Cathryn Guffey, Christine Hagey, and Lofty Arthur. The two alternates are David Jones and Camelia Coleman. The watch industry in Switzerland employs 50,000 persons. L A S T D A

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  2. 19 Oct 1948, Tue,
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