Beckley Post-Herald from Beckley, West Virginia on February 11, 1958 · Page 5
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Beckley, West Virginia
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-EIGHT --, * Nicholas County BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., TUESDAY MORXKG, PEBRUARY It 1958 Past Matrons, Patrons ·c : Feted At Summersville Rainelle Area w -- "Fast matrons and past patrons -were honored at a meet- Carden, Sirs Claude Rites Incomplete For H. H. Gwinn Greenbrier Homes Damaged By Fires . FUNERAL ANMOUNCEMENTS SED SPKJKOS, Feb. 10 (BNS-- Hubert H. Qwinn. 37, died at his home today after a long Illness. Aldersos veieraa of World War H anc Mrs. Lula Summers of Charles-* Gwinn -was employed:"at"the Stana-; ton, Mrs. Straussle Herold of | f or j Mine of tae New River Com- j Wakorna Cfeapier Xo. 52, Or r j Craigsvllle. Miss Mary Louise KJs-} BURLESON, Thorns* Wadet age*?4, 1 of-fairdalel died *t ?;5rp,m.- Sunday, February 9th. at hi* residence. The body will be removed from the Calfee Funeral Horn* to. the home of hi* son. -Earl Burtaon. of Fairdate. Tuesday. Tehruary Funeral service* wfll he conducted at 2 Wednesday. -February Itth. Bepair ferric* EXPERT upholstery. CL tw«- .CALL HALSTEAFS EXPERT «ervic« on wMh«* and x*! Part» in stock, *«nri«* «H nuke*. **3Z year* of know how* CL 1-1215. Matrass presen ·were «adx. given , -- - . corsage aad the patrons'a cama-' out ia decoration arxi refreshments. * rsother, 3£rs. Assie Gwisa, asd a sub-zero weataer. tioa hotttoaaiere. Honored urererl \ cake wals aessed $11 *tr ite'sis^r. 3fc. Hiltrom Hagjiart, aH|- The firs: alarm sounded at 8:30 Mrs. Boy Aldersoa, Mrs 3. J^Hear- "E^ind. "°- Sjd Springs; and four tecers, a. ra., and !ison HoDHisoa, assist-- " - " " \ TT^««W ^r^ iram Xn*K A* tti«-i_ ant chief and 23 firemen, answered a can-to the horoe of Mr. and Mrs. Easier Boggess on Frances H21, near Marfraace. The blaze started in'the wooden: t. Arrangements are Incornple:*. structure of the Ha, located too Groves Mrs. Joe Hugbes. Sertba FSiz^ter. Ja-es Sing n. B. Caitjpoei. The chapter voted to give thejrisoa, Mrs. Ethel LevveBya, Mrs. seven remaiaiag charter members\Chessie Chapman, Mrs. Marsha; life' certificates of membership.She!t»n, Mrs. Sarah Johnson. Mrs.! They are: Miss Jennete Alderson]Oay Jrose, Mrs. Betty McHenrvJ of Vero Beach, Fla., Miss BymajMrs. Irene Bell. Miss Pauline Dob-j ley, Mr. ·*· Coal River Area s Clear Fork Qub To Meet Today CQLCORD, Feb. 10 (RNS)-- The Gear Fork School Booster (BNS)--The Executive Committee of ^Nicholas County Farm Worsens Clubs held its first-meeting of 1958 Thursday in the extension office. A committee of'two "^as appointed to meet with the Summersville ILions Club to discuss the revolution of property in Jiicholas County. .Named to the committee were Mrs. Benton Bali of the Persinger Club and Mrs. TS. L. Campbell of the Delphi Club. Each dub in the county- will be visited by a member of tie executive committee . during February and March. This was planned to assist lie clubs in any way ppssi- ·£ween fee parent-and the schoolable and'to stress the importance of Club wSi meet at the school Feb. 11 at 7 p. m. Two speakers are on dae ageaoa for fee evening, Herbert L. Jacobs and D. L. Marshall, both mathematics instructors at lie school The speakers will devote their discussion toward the mathematb- ics program, enumerating the various courses that are offered in the schooL Specific skins of the -program win be brought to light in effort to bridge the gap -be- and Mrs. Bob Campbell, Mrs. Julia Dooley, and Mrs. Devaj pMHips. COMMITTEE MEETS AT SUMMERSVILLE By Nicholas Group UJE, Feb. 10 i Sue Mason and her fiance, Harry : -- The Thespian Troupe of 2Schoias' County High School will present three one-act plays Feb. 13. "Nobody Sleeps", ""Three on a for a better understanding of the rk that is being done in the -school. "- Two projects -have so far been Iimdertaben by the club for the current year. The first is the raising of funds for a boy to be sent to Boy's State, and The second, a ^scholarship'* fund that would per- ^rnit a touring trip to Washington, :uring trip to Washington, *D. C., to worthy students" with lugh grades, accompanied by teacher or parent. -: - A third project is being discuss- ied--that of- painting jihe football bleachers during the^eummer or ^a^ly falL t Officers o£ the Arnott president, ·secretary, Mrs. Mrs- club include: Dunbar s Tdoe Juanita Flint, Chelsea Paden; attendance at the Spring training meeting at Jackson's Mill. The committee also agreed to pay travel expenses of members attending the meeting'at Jackson's M2JL Demonstrations for the annual ·'show-how day T and picnic will be planned "by the homes committee and recreation will be planned by the county" recreation committee. -Attending^ the meeting were:; Mrs. J. B. McCae, president- Mrs. Carl Morrison % vice president, Mrs. J. P. Sparks, secretary anc treasurer; Mrs. Arthur McCoy past president; Mrs. Benton BaH, Memorial Park Board representative and Mrs. Helen Cole, home demonstration agent. depicted by Eddie McMillion, who are quarreling and helps them solve their problems. Mr. Callahan, _ Baymond McCutcheon, is an offl- i^uv^i and "Dark JXIder" are'.the"the park. plays scheduled for al..eraoon and | ''Dark Bider", a fantasy drama, directed by Mrs. Perrine, takes place in a ranch bankhouse where Boots Davis, played by Mike Me- Clung lies on a cot with; his leg crashed! by a .horse. The "doctor, ai the Freewill Baptist Church with, the Hev. Doff Harvey aixl the Rev. Wade Webb officiating. Burial will near the siove pipe catching: tbei follow ia. the Saxon Cemetery. caliax aad-eadrs attic oaQr^ Tke f , to extinguish Te fclaze ibe 300-galloa tank- of water oa the sruc: since there was ao o:her water available. Entrance was gained io tee attic! iarotiga a man-hole In the ceiling jjj* and the fjremec «extinguished the[§ Games. Damages wer* *s:i at approximately $400. This fee endangered 2J otfcer homes in the area, because the homes are built so close together and there is ao water for sad* HOME aad auto -rftdo* mMurc. Pickup an* delivery »eryie*. AH work fuaraott«d. Wright'* Radio Service. Dial CL »09. just returned to|^ , the Sre house and refilled the tank 1 a witfh water, when the alarm sounded again. This time the Sre was ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Copenhayer, located one mile north of Quiswood on Bjoute 20. Jud Kidwell, See chief and 30 Srerrien answered this caS. The origin of this fire was the same as the first one. One .fireman, Gary McCombs was overcome with righting the blaze in fumes, while the attic of performances. "Dark Kie der" .will also be entered in. the Eegional Drama Festival at West Virginia Institute of Technology. "'Nobody Sleeps*" directed by Mrs. Alice Strickland, takes place in ihe Busby home. Daisy, a 15- or hi ^- Boot s* buddies, Tex, Sash year-old '_ girl, played by Jane McClure. Stub, Hkky Jones and this house, and was given first aid, then taken to the office of Dr. L-. 3. Todd "at Quinwood for fu treatment. Damage was estimated to be approximately. $150. This fire i extinguished with about 400 gallons of water. Biinkle, discovers Spike, a burglar, portrayed by Gary W2£on. searching through, a." desk. Daisy's sister, Ada-- Janet Westfall and Glory ? Patsy Dorsey tell Spike he should meet Mrs. Busby, played by ^f ancy McDowell, who is writing a mystery book and would like to meet a real burglar. ·"Three on a Bench", directed by Mrs. Lett, has a park setting. Mrs. Moore, trayed by amuses herself by watching couples in the park and 'helping them. She discovers Betty, played by Mary a lonely widow, por- ISancy .Strickland, treasurer, Mrs. Betty Toney. llrs- L. " L/ Fitzwater, ""chairman*' and peaAart Funeral ': Slated Thursday * W3TEESVILILE. Fei 10. (ESS)- 2J--Mrs. Elorence Mae Gearliart; 7X *ef WMtesv31e died in a Huntlngton hospital after.a-long iDness.' * Sorvivors include her husband, F.: a daughter. Mrs. "Vi- Thurman of Davin; a son, James of Huntington: nine grand- "Chil'dren; and four great-grandchil- 'tiren. * The funeral mil be held at 1 p: m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church at "WMtesville with the JRev. 0. E. Stump and the Eev. -James in caarge. ^ Burial wSl be in Alontgomery Memorial Park: at London. The body wiSl be taken to/ the one hour beforethe funeral PTA To Sponsor Spaghetti Dinner !®W3SSOBG Feb. 10 ((RiN5 Lewisburg Parent-Teacher Associ- atkm -will sponsor the annual spaghetti 3inner at the -Lewisburg HJgh School cafeteria Feb. 17. Andrew ~vrdLaughlin, : head chef last year, will again head the Mtchen staff, comppsea -of male members of the association. Serving hours will be frcm 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. 'Proceeds irom tie dinner mil ie used for parement -around the playground faculties,, a "waEc around tie new grade building, and purchasing $20 worth of supplies for each, grade school "'room- Adult tickets are on sale by school -cMIdrea '-at $1, and children under 12 will be -admitted at the door for 65 cenfe. ^ . firom Armstrong Funeral Home. JParr. NEW FffiEMEN QTHNWOQD, Feb. 10 (KNS) -Kew firemen have joined the Quinwood volunteer Fire Department recently. They are Eugene, Hall, Charlie "Williams. Jay OTtell, and Junior porta^by^ I^tijs. caring These ^^ were fee 5^ area since Oct. 20, 1S5T, said Don Forren, director of the cepart- Fuwrti JMrccttn /Tr f\ 4 J/**T OL* O-44ui OnM«»nh*rrv VJUCSenierry -13 r* ilOS© Oc Neville St. WRIGHTS FUNERAJL HOME Mrs. R, L. Wright. Mgr. Ambulance Service Paoae CL 712 F St. E.~Beckley, W. LOVITZ TELEVISION SERVICE! W* ctodc, partt lor aS makes ~«nd aaodete* Antenna* and instillations. All work and material guaranteed. Dial CL 2-4271 BecMey SAME DAY SERVICE -FOR jgas stoves, refciferator and washer repairs, caH CL 3-1337. FOR modern and prompt ice call' CX. and heating repair serv- C. Roger* «.-,icc caul VJL. i--KMW,, w. ^. AUSCC ffightiabiag ib Heatiny. IQt Teaaple St. Erskine Upholstery CASH PAID FOB GKADE LUMBER TED ^ mill*, any species. .ftMB. or drjr. Special price lor high fradt lum bcc. Ba3I lAimber Co.. SBnton. Ph. «. ins. witt Iwj old coal jftokez*. SOI. totrt. tooinKxH*. dial OV FULLER BRUSH, CO. PMOXE CL J*3±U OBiViKG to Orlasij. TlflciJx, --avc room lor two, help ndt£t drivinc. Dial CL 3-5151. · CARDS, photo*, seated ia plastic. Permanent pzotectioo. Dial (X 3579 aer 5 p-m. AYO24 cosmetics. District Manatcr. 106 Jennings SL Dial CL ±-2417. Revoked Operators License REINSTATED. Walter's Intoraac* Agency, tetm*. « to S months to pay. 100 McCorkle Avenue. Sotfh Cbarlectoix.. W. Va, ·" Mask listnctiM CALL FOR FREE ^ 223£ Souih Kanmwha MUSICAL TEAKS OF KNOW HOW-jAIX band instruments by certified Jack. Edward Grose wait to -see he will -be all right. At this time a strange rider who they later 1 name Lefty, depicted by Mac Cavendish, .enters. Student director is Raymond McCutcheon and in charge of makeup are Elsie Deal, Ann Chapman, Judy Greaser and Sue Mason. * Mercer County Women Discuss Faith Of Jews PHINCETON. Feb. 10 CEtNS) The Wornan T s Missionary Society RaineUe Region Personals EAST BAINETJT.F., Feb. 10 (B2fS) -- Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pickering of East RaineUe are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bills, in Lake Kathrine, X. Y. Mrs. Pansy Moses of Rupert left for .Tuscon, Ariz., this week where she wiH visit her brother- in-law and ^sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. HaysletL Mrs. Frank Dolinger and daughter, Jane, of East RaineUe and of the First Baptist ChurcH. met! Miss Mary m Dolinger of Kessler were business visitors in Charleston Thursday. Homemakef jChosen The "Homemaker of Tomorrow^* at Senick Hi^i School is Evelyn. Sue Sapp. She received the highest score,in a written examination on homemaMng knowledge and*atSfcudes administered DecJ 3 to' senior girls. Her examination paper will be entered* in comoetatfon to name the slate's candidate for^ '"All- American. Homemaker of Tomorrow," and mil also be considered for the runner-up award in the state. Miss -Bapp is t h e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Rapp of Renick. She is a member of the Mount Hermon (Methodist Church, the stud'ent- council, 4-H Club, and Furore -Hcmemakers of/America. Miss Rapp has been a varsity cheerleader for four years. Hinton Mortuary Thursday* afternoon at the church, with the Kate Johnson Circle in charge of the program. As the members -.- arrived .they . were given programs in the form of scrolls. } Valentine Party Set HAINELLE, Feb.- 10 (HNS) -, The Pythian Sisters Lodge No. The program, entitled, "Door- 115 O f Hainelle completed plans at its meeting Friday for a Valentine party to be-held Feb. 14 in the Knights, of Pythias Hall. All members of the Pythian Sist SERENE SIMPLICITY No more timeless tribute tc family, love and ideals than this chaste memorial- R. a EGNOR Monument Works "W« WorA: for Tfeue Who Crab Orchard Dial Cl_ 3-44W Displays at Qalc Hfli and Lofan EOCK OF AGES MEMOEIALS Dial CL 3-6480 -- Harper Road 'SEARS MONUMENT CO. Florists "The Most Romantic Gift... is Cowers from Webb's Florists^ Every woman loves to be complimented with a. bouquet of fresh, long lasting- cut blossoms. Place your order now for VALENTINE'S DAY. *TUL1PS *HTACINTHS *AZALEAS WEBB'S FLOEISTS 115 No. Kana-wna v Ph^ CL 3*4381 Crab Orchard, W. Va. Ph. CL 3-8305 Lost, Found, Strayed LOST girls ixnst watch at Teen Town. Reward, call CL 3-S935. Wallpapering and Painting NEW Goor sander and edger for rent. Todd's Grocery and Sard- ware. Beaver, Dial CL 3-8373. posts and faith and practice of the Jews. IMrs. F. L. Buxron told of their TeligTous life talk with a and illustrated her fiannelboard upon which she displayed a ''"Mezu- 2ah " a '·Phylactery."' a "Shofar" ihe "Torah,"" : ''TaUith 1 and '"Mo- ver offering -will be given gen. David and told of the significance of each, symbol Mrs, 'Elmer Dunn told_ of. the Jews in the United States and their confeibutioa as citizens of our Others participating on the program were Mrs. M. L. Onks and Mrs. !Yed Stennette who tsold of Baptist work among the Jews. The program concluded with sentence prayers. It was -voted to give a gift, of money to an Indian family, the Aiksons. who were .injured in a car wreck in December and are still paiients in Memorial Hospital. Also voted on was a donation and a recipt to be sent to a building fund for a Southern BaotLsi _ Church in Billings Montana. Mrs. JIN RE^ James CL 3- ters and the Knights are- invited to attend. of "Pythias Instead of an exchange of Valentines, a sit- to ie donated to one of the charity drives now in progress. KOTICE OF MOTOR CARRIER BEARING M- C. CASE NO. 14453 On. the 18th day of February,- 1958, ai 0.0 o'clock a^n., EST-, ia its offices at the Capiiol in the City of Charleston, : the Public Sjervice Commission of West" Virginia -will for an. amendment of -P-S.C. M.C. Permit No. H-7123, to authorize op- eratioa as a - contract carrier by motor vehicle" 'in the transportation, of at toj RENT A FLOOR FLOOR sander and edger, $7.50 day; vibrator sander, belt sander. Fabu- Ion. floor finish, in stock BECKLEr ICE AND TEED CO. 405 Prince St Dial CL 3-3389 FLOOE SANDER FOR RENT $5 FOR 24 HOURS SAND PAPJER. 39t TO 55c Montgomery Ward NEW American floor sandcsr and efiger, $7.50 a day: also disc and vibrator sanders for rent W« seD PABtJI-OJL Foster Hardi.vare 121 CL Main St.. 3-5421. BecMey. W. Va. Co., Dial coal from mining operations Mount Viexv, Summers County, loading facilities (for further ship-- ment) at Raleigh. Baleigh County under contract, \vith Patterson . AdMns Coal Co., at or before which time objection rnay be made thereto - Pluto Coal Company, a Corporation Shady Springs, "West Virginia 2-11-Tues-l-FHt Ben Cox was granted me permission to .purchase "two books to be used for roundtable study and later to be : placed in tne church' library. The books to be bought are ''0 My L-awd What a Mawning* and "The Great American Negro/' Announcement was made of a covered-dish- suooer to be held on THE ."PETITION" ; OF JOHN WILLIAMS AND CUKLEAN -WILLIAMS T HIS WIFE, FOR PERMISSION TO ; 'ADOPT '-PHYLLIS JEAN GIBSOISr, A MINOR CHILD, AND FOR THE ' CHANGE OF HER NAME : TO PHYLLIS JEAN T3TffiLIAMS, :: ' FILED IN THE CRIMINAL COURT OF RALEIGH COUNTY, WEST VIR- HMTQsSu Feb. 10 {{RSS T S) ·estimated SIOO damage by Sre and ed smoke u-as done to the E. M. . , ^ 0 ^ c ^ ijerebv aven that on the -- An I March 6 from 6 to 7 p.m. follow-; 24th day of January. 1958, John Wil Meadows Funeral Home aiout 8:45 a. m. Monday. The Hinton Fire Department answered the\cail. -An ambulance cot had been, placed in front of an open gas heater and had bees acci- dentaEy pushed, against the. heater causing it to ignite. The cot was destroyed and some damage was caused by smoke. bv a prayer service at continuing into a business and pro- g£ and Curlean Williams, his wife . gram. The Marv Erhcriaf e ana ^petition for permissoa and authonty " Carol3*"Il Hylton. Circles will be in j charge "of the program. Student Arrested -HENTON, Feb. 10 (BiNS)--Driv- ing while drunk and speeding";cost a Concord College student SH.50 in News Briefs ATHENS, Feb. 10 (HA T S) -- .Mr. minor child. adopt a minor child Phyllis Jean Gibson "and .for the ch'aage of her-name to Phyllis Jean Williams; that .there is no legal guardian of. nor : any person having the legal custody' of the said minor chad: and that the said Court has by order determined that a next friend must be appointed for the said i minor child, and, that on* the 28th day of February. 1953; at the Courl House of the said- Raleigh County, at 10 o'clock A.M., the said Court will appoint a next friend for the said and Mrs. Virgil Stewart and son. j Jimmie. have returned frccn a two-week vacation trip "to'Florida. C. HAROLD HANKS Clerk of the Criminal of Raleigh County, West Virginia Court bonds forfeited in City Police Court! While en route, they visited rela- 2 ~ I8 ' Tues ' 2 " PH _ Saturday. ·; ; fives and friends in' Qearwaterj -FUNERAL Judge Emory'dewberry of BaH and'' Sarasota, and returned byj A-lV"\FnTT'\FrPMpVT; timore, Md., was arrested early] way of the eastern coast - 1 " j'j'· _^ v^-C'^iJ^iN 1 v. Saturday morning bv Citv Policef Ben Wiley has entered Biueneldl · FOKREX ; , on Souie 3 near the Avis Ball Park, j Sanitarium for surgery. F ?S5F^- B ^Sfe 5f? e: r4 ? l«S?' 2 ·a- x.- . ., T. -I*-- ··%«· · - - * »T T ·*·«·· Aiabscott, died at her residence at He was.pushing a car through a j Mass Marine Marple, Missjuns p . m .. Sunday, February 9th. -mile zone at 60 miles per hour, i Janice VermiUion and Miss Ora' after a long iDness. The body -will TSse driver of the' car being j Peters attended the regular meet- L be removed from the Melton Mor- pushed, William" Joseph Ayers, al-|ing of Zeta Chapter.;of Delta Sap-l.-nfe^dav? Febraary iittu 1 r.m. at"the so of Maryland, issas- remanded to! pa Gamma at 'the ^ West Virginia [vices will "be co'nducted at ait county jail when he failed to! Hotel in Blaefield.Saturday. ! Wednesday, February 12th, post bond. MISS CLEO MAROUDAS Miss Maroudas Engaged ': To Dr. William Mathews Land Transfers Listed By Clerk John Steinbugler of- Sew Y«k . ier, .Mrs. W.B. ! officiating. Burial will 'follow in the Robertson and family. HINTON, Feb. 9 (RNS)-- Mr, and . 'Dennis Maroadas of 550 Reservation Hi3I, announce the engage- t of their daughter, Geo,- to Dr. William Peter Mathews, son of Mr. tind Mrs. ?eter V. Mathewg of Hin- * The wedding wiH take place in 7une at WSliamson, - The bride - elect is a graduate of Williamson High School 'where .*he was an,, honor- 'student. She Teceived a bachelor of science degree in 'education from the University- of Cincinnati -in Ohio in 1957. At the university, ste .was a mem- 'ier and vice-proeident of Kappa Delta sorority.* She also -belonged Mortxr Board and. Kappa Delta " Phi. Maroudaj Is a member of ( .the teaching staff at Burch High School. Delbarton, She, is, also a member of Elizabeth Chapter 37, Order of Eastern "Stan Dr. Mathews is a 1946 graduate of Hinton High School and received hie bachelor of science in : education from Concord College, Athens in 195L He was a member of Kappa Sigma Kap'pa social fraternity, and "obtained his master's in education from West \Cr-ginia University" in 1953 and entered Northern Illinois College of Optometry, - where he was awarded a bachelor of science degree in optccnetry in 1955. He became a Doctor of Optometry in 1956 and is a member* of Omega ·Delta, the Masonic Order, .Elks and Kiwanis Club. The couple.''plans · to establish s home at Hinton. Feb. 10 (-RNS)-- The following land transfers have been recorded in the Surnm-ers County Clerk's office: Ruth. Kennedy and W. L; Gum to 'Van A, Trail, property at " Third Avenue and Summers '.."Street, :for about $84,500. ' . Jack Donald and "Wilma Nadine Woodrum to · Thomas' 6. and Betty GlinebeB, 'lot 1 in Bellepoint, for about $33,000. E. A. Vina SMdmore to Arthur G. and Vera A. Chenoweth, lot, Bellepoint, for about $1 7 000. C. X and Jo Ann Honaker to Denver D. and Nola Lilly, to Tal cott District, for about FORFEITS BOND ; HINTON, Feb. 10' (RNS)--Bruce John Hizer of ;Route : 60, Rainelle was arrested by State Police on Route 20 Sunday and charged with driving on expired temporary license,-plates. ·",;·..' ''·:· ·" :·' . ···· , t ',t -.'' Hizer forfeited bond of $15.50 when he failed to appear Monday vn^vnnin'? K»*^--= 7.T-l m ^**.*it* TmATii"^" Holt, -before Magistrate Jack: KEATON HOME SCENE OF SORORITY MEET PRINCETON. Feb. 10 (SNS)- The Xi Alpha Eta Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met Thursday evening at the home of Miss H'Uth Keaton. " ; / - -Mrs. Ruby Basham presented the program, entitled, "The House and Home." She explained that"there are many things -involved in making-a house a home. "Home is a "place where there is-charm and affection: a. place where the·;home fires burn. : Thin^ have' changed since we used to "call our living rooms parlors--kept for something . special--any place can be a living room,, or a living room can be any room in-the house", 5he said.- '·-:.· Refreshments were, served to Mrs. Ruby Basham, Mrs. Ernest ine Brown,: Mrs. Roma r Hogue, Mrs. Lena' WalthaU," ;Mrs.-". Madeline White, Miss Louise^Velte, ;Miss Georgie.'': Trumbo, Miss Viola Bfatton, Miss Lana Looney, Misses Edith and Rcba Tuggle and one iiies't, Misis .Edna Looney. j Jeanette Cemetery, in Lookout. W. Va. The body-'will be removed to the church 'one hour prior to the funeral time to lie in state. Amngements By Melton Mortuary Cards of Thanks MAY I express my grateful appreciation to those kind friends and ·neighbors who so \thoughtfully remembered me during my recent bereavement, the death of my beloved husband. Bobby Lee James. I especially wish to thank the Rev.; Arley Mitchem. the Hex-. L. A. Garten, the Calfee Funeral Home, those who sent flowers and furnished cars or helped in any way. May God bless you-all: Wife: Mary Lou James- Funeral Directors Kevser 7 -Brvcrnt FUNERAL HOME PKone,CX 3-4642 ' . AMBULANCE SERVICE Donglais T. Bryant; Owner 106 South Oakwood Ave. Btckley IT Photographers Printers Bucklej- Photo Service COMPLETE COIVCMERCIAL- PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE, *Candid Weddings *Advertisiiip ·Industrial *lnTestigation ' *Social WE GO AlSfYWHERE A3STY TIME Speedy Service PHOTOGRAPHIC COPYING Sonth Fayette Street Dial CL 2-3635 PHOTOGRAPHS OF DISTINCTION By Earl R. 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LADIES WANTED "WHITE or colored to do housework In New York. Fare and board included, up to $50 per week to start "frll CL. 2-5473^ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY WE cut and thread pipe--any size, and length. FOSTER HAKD^ASB CO.. 121 Main St. Dial CL 3-6421, j WE sell. Install. and . servic* \ WHilAMSOK gas; oil. «nd coal furnaces. We clean.. service, mnd repair aH makes of fumaces. BASY TEME PAYMENT PLANl FRANK'S PJLtJMBlNO AND HEATtSG S21 S. Kana-Trha St. Dial CL 3^P3J _ . AMMMAMMIMM Kidd's Barber Shop 1012 North Ookwood Avfc BccUer. W. V*. Pk. CL 2-M*B Open d»Oy 1 to S p_m^-/»U 4»y Sitnrdk^it ·ther ko«r» -fcy *y- r«intncBt. EUtf eattimff f»r tk* irh*U fanny. Special Priewl ' WWM Special Notices WANTED to niie one good 28 .or 30 inch coal auger with, lump head*. Call OV 3-4155. SEPTIC TA$K CESSPOOL CLEANING. MODERN EQUIPMENT PROMPT, EFFICIESSTT SERVICE At.^ WORK GUARANTEED! FRANK'S PLUMBING A: HEATING DIAL CL 3-8939 ^BRADFORD TERMITE SERVICE 10 ZEAR SERVICE GUARANTEE Complete Price r$68.00 Price Includes JU1 Labor And Materials- Ead» Job Insured NO MONET DOWN * C MONTHS TO PAT Phon* Oak Hill 664-J and CL 3-516S, or CL 2-4198 transfer amo Storage LEWIS TRANSFER STORAGE IIS Pfney Are. Dial CL 3-440* BLAIR MINE SUPPLY, INC. W. Ya.'« Ltidlat Umberport · PBOA* 3S11 MHltcu - Pbo« 620 Wanted t» Buy WANTED pool table, good condition, price reasonable. Phone 2041, Thurmond. WANTED to buy hickory saw dust. Peerless Packing- Company.- Dial CL 3-8361.' to Tonight A U T O M A T I C ELECTRIC Baseboard Heat * Co«U * K« Wwted Heat ·New Hones «r Old * IndiTidnkl Kooou #f Mmplet* home beatmy. Ask for Details Today Beckley Insulation Co. treated l*-a By FMM DIiU~CL *4Ot Enjoy An Evening Of Fun At The J M DRIVE IN v TEEN AGE CLUB MAIN HIGHWAY CRAB ORCHARD Our Specialty: Foot Long "Hot "Dogs ·All-Kinds Sandwiches ·Short Orders-"Soft Drinks Large Dining Room Available For Private Parties Can Accommodate 75 People CL 3-9177 * CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Professional Director* Dr. B_ E.. SHverman -- Dial CL 3-6352 Chiropodist--Foot Specialis BOOKKEEPING Service, Tax~Re- potts. H. J. Thorne, dial CL 3-665". CLASSIFIED DISPLAY tfheit It Comes To GLASS Come To US! · Store Fronts Remodeled · Tops For Furniture · Mirrors Made To Order ,, Arrythmg In Glass! Beckley Glass Co. 2M No. Ookwood Ph. a 3-8392 UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY On Remodeling * FJIJL * FINANCING fT* Finue* Emptier Aee«vktt Qualily Lumber Supply Co. 200 Gty Are. Dial CL 2-5394 AHENTION FARMERS Of Raleigh County! This year for a few more cents per ton, you can get ground limestone through the ASC program. Sign up today! Let us haul and spread your lime. Norman Shanklin PRINT TO PLEASE.. J IT COSTS NO MORE TO LET US PRINT IT,.. BETTER! *-'* · A* * · »· ,·:*.-·· ·'·'· t RECEIPTS ENVELOPES LETTERHEADS STATEMENTS BUSINESS CARDS RULED FORMS INVOICES HANDBILLS AND,ALL OTHER BUSINESS FORMS Special Rates On Reprints Of Advertisements Appearing In Our Newspapers Social - - · - Stationery Wedding Announcements , Club Booklets - Informed Notes And Others Phone CL 3-3321 To Hov« A R«pres«ntotiT« Coll On You BWC PRINTING Oldest Printing Ettabllshmtnt In Raltigh Counrr 345 W. PRINCE ST. : BECKLEY

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