BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1958 FIVE Oiler Fined For Stealing Car FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 8 (ENS) --Robert' Oiler of Smithers was found guilty today by a Fayette County jury for unlawfully taking an automobile belonging to Melvin E. Jones of Boomer. He was fined $509 by Judge Charles L. Garvin Jr. Oiler:,* claimed he borrowed the car last May without the owner's consent and that he planned to. return it. The trial was the) first criminal trial in the September term of court. In a civil suit tried Tuesday, Mary Smith, Dunbar, was awarded $4,800 damages from Maynard Hughes. and a Montgomery taxi company. The suit stems from an automobile accident in Smithers last September, when Miss Smith was a passenger in a taxi driven by Hughes. News Briefs From Pax (PAX, Oct. 8 (RNS) -- Recent guests in . the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Humphrey were Mr. and Mrs.- Oscar Bowyers and children, Linda, Wanda, and Danny Ray of Long Brarrctr, and the Bowyer's* son, Sgt. Edgar Bowyer of Seymore Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina, and his fiancee, Miss Louise Smith of Mill Creek. Weekend guests were Mrs. Rosa Lee Simmons - and daughter, K-athy, of Beaver, Mrs. Ann Denny of Youngstown, Mr. and Mrs. Flavil MoNeely and children, Patty, Gay, Randy, and Eddie of Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Carnie Lively of Whitby were Saturday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lively. Sunday. guests of Mrs. Delia Lively were her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lively of Linviile, Va., Mr. and (Mrs. Glen Lively and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lively 'of Norton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Hurl Lively a n d children, Nancy and Steward, of Edwight,' and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Lively and children, Bill and Nancy Jean, of Beckley. Mrs. Nancy J. Lively had as Sunday guests her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar "Williams of Charles ten, and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Conley Lively and daughter, Nancy, of Mullens and Mrs. Mun- cay of Montcalm, MRS. STOVER HONORED AT HOUSEHOLD SHOWER PAX, Oct.. 8 (RNS)--A household shower honoring Mrs. Howard Stover, of Lively was held Friday night at the home of the hostess, Mrs. Ed. Stover. Ccnhostess was Mrs. Edith Humphrey. Attending were Mrs. Wilma Mark-ham, Mrs. J. E. Lively, Mrs. Delia Dangerfield, Mrs. Thekna Wingrove, Mrs. Anna Tee Coleman, Mrs.* Zack Hancock, Miss Opal Stover,'Mrs. Irma Murdock, Yvonne ""^Abshire,'- Mrs. . Gertie Sparks, Mrs. Jean Wriston, Anna Lee Stover, Jackie Hancock; Helen Coleman, Gay Hancock, Gauley Bridge Personals GAULEY BRIDGE, Oct. 8 (RNS)--Mrs. Mary Crandall/Mrs. Laura McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben' Scarbro, Mrs. Mammie Hensley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kincaid and Van, and Will Halstead all attended the homecoming at the Ramsey Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ramsey of Bentfee visited. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr." and Mrs. Everett Hambrick of Belva, over the weekend. Mrs. Agnes McMitchen's father is confined to her home because of pneumonia^ Mrs. Sonjie Brown and daughter, Darlene, and Mrs. Bertha Brown all of Belva, are visiting relatives in Miami, Fla. * ' 'Â· ' Mr. and Mrs. Hearley Mason McKinney of Beckley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McKmney and family. 'Kyle Lovins, stationed, with the Navy at Norfolk, Va., spent the weekend with friends in this area. Mrs. Mae Ordendorff is confined to her home because of illness. Mr. Rufina Dunbar has returned to her home after visiting in Beckley with her son; Dr. Willow Dunbar, and his family, while his wife was a patient in the hospital. Mrs. Helen Miller will leave this week for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Donald Bruyneel of New Rochelle, N. Y. ^ George Gannon of New York City has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gannon of Oak Hill, and his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hambra of Charlton Heights. Luther Trent has returned to his home in Boomer after being a patient in the Laird Memorial Hospital for a week. Ed Martin has returned to his home in Bdomer after 'being a patient in thhe Charleston General Hospital for several days. . Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Oyler of Falls View have returned home after visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oyler of Columbus, Ohio, and 'their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maroney of Waverly, Ohio. Mrs. Gertrude Gentry has returned to-her home in Boomer after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powers of Huntington. Mr. and Mrs.. .Robert Cain of Ashtabula, Ohio, are new residents of Falls View. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyd of Boomer have returned home after visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elby Keith of Wilmington, Del. Mr. and Mrs. Keith have announced the birth of a daughter, Sept. 8, at the General Hospital there. The baby weighed nine pounds, two ounces, and has been named Stephanie Elaine. Byrd In Jefferson CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. (AP) -- A Jefferson County Democratic dinner audience heard addresses here Tuesday night by Rep. Robert C. Byrd and Jennings Randolph, Democratic candidates for the U. S. Senate this year. Mrs. Nora Akers, Mrs. Green Coleman, Mrs. Margie Tomey, Mrs. Lena Canterbury, Mrs. Orpha Patterson, Mrs. Tracy Lively, Mrs. Delia Tyree. Mrs. Daphne Humphrey, Mrs. Dave Sublet!, Sherman Williams. Miss Beatrice Lively, and Mrs. Bess Lively. Fayette County Fayetteville High School Band Elects Officers Officers of the Fayetteville High School Band for 1958-59 have been elected. They are (left to right) Paul Stanley, president; Bobby Moreau. vice president; Felice Beni, secretary; and Harold Dodd. treasurer. Stanley is the son of Mr. and Legion Post 49 Short Of Membership Quota FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 8 (RNS) LaFayette American Legion Post No. 149 now has 301 members, 49 short of the 1958-59 post quota, Adjutant Walter Caldwell announced at a post meeting Monday night. He reminded post members that cash prizes will be awarded to the top five membership "go - getters" at the November meeting. The post voted to pay the registration fee and costs of all members who attend the leadership training school to be held at Jackson's Mill Oct. 25 and 26. Indicating they are planning to attend were Kenneth Wood, Caldwell, W. Miller, Roy Cruikshanks, Bobby John Witt Jr., Claude Bess, Harry Bates, Elmer Hess, Riley Propps, Leslie 0. Withrow, and William E. Akers. Miller was presented the Silver Beaver award at a recent Scout dinner in Charleston, Riley Propps stated when reporting on Scouting activities. This is the highest volunteer award in Scouting on the council level. He also announced ;hat Jim Mulligan is serving as the new Scoutmaster of the local roop sponsored by the Legion. The adjutant reported that copies of the 4i Need a Lift" books lave been presented to all area ligh schools and releases on the booklet sent to .the press. It was pointed out that over 10.000 -educational scholarships went begging Fayetteville Personals FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 8 (RNS) --Roger Lee Eskridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eskridge enlisted in ... the Marine Corps Thursday at Beckley. Eskridge, who attended Fayetteville High School, is taking basic training at Parris Island, S. C. Tom Whanger, stationed with the Navy at Key West, Fla., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.' Whanger. Eugene White, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White, who has completed boot training in the Navy, is spending a leave with his parents before going to his new assignment at New London, Conn. TO CLARK STORES MULLENS, W. VA. THURSDAY - OCTOBER 9th To See The Only Really New Work Saving Development In Modern Cooking THE AMAZING BURNER WITH A BRAIN DEMONSTRATED ON THE MODERN MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE BY NELL EVANS, HOME ECONOMIST FOR AMERE GAS UTILITIES COMPANY IT ELIMINATES POT WATCHING, SCOURING, BOILOVERS, BURNING! MAKES COOKING A JOY. REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES (NOTHING TO BUY - YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN) FREE REFRESHMENTS DON'T MISS IT CLARK STORES 117 HOWARD AVENUE MULLENS, W. VA. plied. Too, it -was mentioned that over 65 per cent of the students finishing high school each year do not avail themselves of further education; John Witt, seventh district cccn- mander, invited all interested members to attend the-district fall conference to be held in Fayetteville Sunday starting with a noon lunch. The adjutant discussed the town park project' reporting that many groups have voted to join the Legion in the expense of developing and operating-the facility'. A park committee will be named following the tally of groups which will participate in the program. To date, the teen-agers, community service club, Rotary Club, Legion Auxiliary, Garden Study Club, and Band Boosters Club have voted to participate. The post voted to make the usual donation to the Girl Scout fund drive now in progress in the county. Oak Hill Council Grants Request OAK HILL, Oct. 8 (RNS)--The Oak Hill City Council granted a request that the city install 'tile piping for a street behind the Â£ing Theater in Oak Hill during a meeting Tuesday night. Residents of the street intend to pave it after the tile is installed. The council voted that dog catch er Paul Bpland is entitled to the money he is paid for fines and dog :ags and that the city will paj him $10 a month for dog food. Bo and appeared before the counci last month in. an ,effort to gain more compensation for his job. It was decided that the citj would erect street signs on marked corners in Oak Hill. A complaint was registered tha cars parking too qlose to the exit at a custard stand in East Oa' Hill blinds customers leaving th parking lot so that they can't se on coming traffic. It was suggest ed that this is a problem for th police department. Livelys Honored On Anniversary PAX. Oct. 8 (RNS) -- Mr. and Mrs. Seibert Lively of Orlando, Fla., were honored with a dinner at the Ranch House Barbecue Restaurant at Winter Gardens, Fla., recently in celebration of their 16th wedding anniversary. It was given by his mother, Mrs. Henry Canterbury of Pax, who was visiting them at the time. Attending were the Lively's daughters, Linda Lee, Pamela Jean, and Jo Anne. Karol Andersen of Orlando, and Mrs. Dephne Humphrey daughter of Mrs. Canterbury, who accompanied her mother on the Florida visit. Lively, a graduate of Pax High School and West Virginia University, is employed as an engineer with the Glen Martin Aircraft Co. in Orlando. His wife, the former Hazel Hudson, was employed as office secretary and bookkeeper for the Koppers Coal Co. Store at Long Branch at the time of h e r marriage. Mossy Personals MOSSY, Oct. 8 (RNS)--Mr. and Mrs. Billy Aliff and children, Debra and Frankie, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Lee Johnson of Narrows, Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whittaker of Arnett were Saturday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hall Visiting in Muncie, Ind., are Mrs. Pearl Stover and son, Joe They are guests in the homes of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Ira Stover, and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Richmond Miller. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hall were Sunday visitors in the home of hi sister, Mrs. Sally Murphy of Oak Hill. Registration Extended For Physics TV Class MONTGOMERY, Oct. 8--Regis tration for the physics-by-television class at West Virginia Tech has been extended to Saturday noon Registrar Annie L. Castle has an nounced. She explained the extension by pointing out that college officials felt more might enroll after watching several programs. The class, taught by Prof. Harvey White of the University o 6:30 a. m. over NBC (WSAZ-TV-- Channel 3). Weekly seminars, un der the direction of Dr. Leonars C. Nelson, will be he]d on the Tech campus each Saturday morning The course carries eight semester hour credits for the year and four for each semester. Mrs. Castle said that those interested in registering for the' ! course at Tech should call or write | iher immediately. i Mrs. Emmett Stanley: Moreau is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Morlau. Miss Beni is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Flex Beni, and Dodd is the son bf Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dodd. Lookout Personals LOOKOUT, Oct. 8 (RNS) - Vis- ting Tony, Russell, and Miss Myrle Flint last Sunday were Mrs. 3ady Flint Wallace and James Tlint of Springfield, Ohio, Mrs. Susan Thompson of Weston, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Flint of Beckley, Vlr. and Mrs, George Holcomb of Dunbar, Mrs. May Kessler on, Thomas, of Clifty, and Mrs. Officers Elected By Scarbro Club Wyatt Brown of Victor, and Mr. and Mrs'. Pat Flint of Lookout. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowling were called to Princeton because of the death of their ^uncle, Larry Bowling. Sunday the visitors at the Lookout Baptist Church were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson, of Michigan, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilson. Mrs. Glenn Wiseman, the former Thclma Wade of Hurricane, has been taking care of her brother; Kenneth Wade, since he returned from Beckley Memorial Hospital, where he under-went an operation on his throat. Cottage prayer meeting will be hield Friday at 7:30 p.m. at two homes in Lookout for those living in West Lookout at the home of Mrs. Wanda Jones and at the home of Mrs. Grover Hatcher on the east side of Lookout. Miss Gertrude Blume will teach a lesson on "The care of New Fabrics" at' the home of Mrs. Mildred Behan at 7:30 p. m. Thursday when the Lookout Farm Women's Club meets for their October meeting. D*. D. Elwell was a business visitor in Charleston last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Blumc and son, Carl Jean, of Ansted visited Jils mother, Mrs. Lucy Blume, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fitzwater and daughters. Bonnie Bglle, Mary. Margaret, and Susan, of Middletown, Ohio^ visited his father, Naamen Fitzwater, here over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kincaid and daughters, Frartcis and Doris, of Hopewell visited Mrs. R. 0. Blume Monday night. Airman Darrcll J. Powell, grandson, of Mrs. R. 0. Blume, arrived in Lookout Monday for a few days visit. Darrell is a communication center specialist at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Elmer Harrell and son, Lloyd, and daughter, Bronda, Miss Linda Blume, and Mrs. R. 0. Blume, and Mrs. R. 0. Blume visited their brother and uncle, Lewis SCARBRO, Oct. 8 -- The Scarbro Golden Eagles organized their 4-H Club for the third year Saturday. The club reorganized with 13 different projects and 30 members. A total of 40 projects will be taken up this year. Projects include: three baby beef; two dairy heifer; four hog raising; two rabbit; two poultry; two garden; 12 sewing; one news writing; one wild flower; one conservation; and four junior leaders. Quincy Painter, leader, served as. chief in the initatlon ceremony; Mona Clifton served as head in the council; Patsy Bozo as heart; Kay Johnson, hand; and Carol Stover, health; . Candles were lit while everyone sang, "Let the, Lower Lights Be Burning." Four new members were accepted into the club. Following the ceremony, officers for the year were elected. They are: Mona Clifton, president; Grover Johnson, vice president; Carol Stover, secretary; Ann Sizemore, treasurer; Edwin Kidd,reporter; John Brpck, song leader; Sonia Sizemore, game leader; and' Patsy Bozo, doorkeeper. Committees elected were: Health, Â£aty Hourton; program, Ann Sizemore and Grover Johnson; finance; John Brock and Edwin Kidd; recreation, Peggy Roach; conservation, Marvin Painter; safety, Veronica Blanner; clean-up, Russell Miller; project. Bill Hall; and membership, Janet Lee Clifton. The community projects for the year are to repair the school grounds, and to build a barbecue pit for the Methodist Church. Meetings of the group will be held the first Saturday of each month, unless otherwise changed. Stork Fete Held For Mrs. Knight GAULEY BRIDGE. , Oct. 8 (RNS) -- Mrs. Barbara Knight was honored Monday night with a stork shower at the home of Mrs. Louise Crews. Assisting Mrs. Crews were. Mrs, Jennie Scarbro and Mrs. Lee Crandall. Games were played and prizes awarded to the honorec and Mrs. Helen Miller. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Carol Carson, Mrs, Elizabeth Os'born, Mrs. Betty McKinney. Miss Lalla Cavendish, Mrs. Bertha Rule, Mrs. Peggy Blackwell, Mrs Helen Miller, Mrs. Verna Shelton Mrs... Leo Hypes, Mrs. Helen Morris. Mrs: Mattie Carson. Mrs. Eliz .aboth Winebrenner, Mrs. Ruth El Icr, Miss Jo Ann S-picer, Mrs Grace Spicer, Mrs.' Pauline, Lee Mrs. Glenna Holland, Mrs. Mayme Legg, Mrs. Ernestine Miller, Mrs Rufina Dunbar, Mrs. Bert Hughes Mrs. Ruth Nutter, Miss Pam Nutter, Mrs. Eunice Crandall, Miss Beth Nutter, Mrs. Mary Carson and Mrs. Donna Summers. Beaver, and family at Layland Sunday afternoon. BELVA, Oct. 8 (RNS) -- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Childers of Belva entertained in their home Saturday night with a birthday party , , f their daughter, Sandra, in honor of her 15th birthday anniversary. Games were played and a prize won by Edole Sparks. Refreshments were served to Sheila Arbogast, Anna Walker. Mary Hughes, Elizabeth Ford. Alia Johnson. Jane Hypes, Bobby Phillips, Peggy Stout, Jesse Fitzwater, Betty Kauff. Teddy Chris-: tian, Joe Brown, Jack Taylor, Jim Sharon. Becky Childers, a n d Eddie Sparks. PTA Holds Meet LOOKOUT. Oct. 8 (RNS)--The first meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association was held Monday at the Divide Elementary School. Pastor D. D. Elwell led the devotional. A representative from the State Police Detachment at Oak Hill presented a film on "The^Safety of Driving." It was decided that the Lookout Garden Club will sponsor the landscaping of the- Divide School grounds. 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