Beckley Post-Herald from Beckley, West Virginia on November 28, 1958 · Page 8
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Beckley, West Virginia
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Friday, November 28, 1958
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EIGHT HKCKUCY POST-HKRALIX BKCKLKY, W. V A., FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 28, 1058 Greenbrier Valley Rites Incomplete For Louise Vest HINTON, Nov.. 27 (RNS)--Mrs. Louise Vest. 89, mother of R. B. Vest of Hinton, died about 11:30 p. m. Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs, Margaret Morrison, in Gridiey. Calif. She had been ill for several months. Born at Rockbridge County. Va.. Sept. 28, 1869, she was a resident ' HINTON. Nov. 27 (RNS) -- Land transfers listed in the Summers County Clerk's office are as follow: J. 0. and Mary. Elizabeth Ball, grantors, to John R. Dawkins. grantee, several tracts and parcels of land, Greenbrier District, about $25.000; Kenneth R. and Meta R. Ketcham to Francis G. and Dorothy P. Cobb. four lots. City of Hinton, about $17.500: of Hinton for 43 years. In 1947, J)hn and Edn fi ^ John ahf moved to California to reside Deeds and John M Deeds Jr with her daughter. !, ots City of Hinton about $1 , 2500 . She was preceded in death b y j wimam L _ anJ ^^ Mary Gra . I ham to Carroll E. and Ruth B. 22 Land Transfers Listed By Summers County Clerk her husband,. S. H. Vest, in 1910. Survivors include two other sons, Harry C. of Moundsville and C. F. Vest of Fort Chester, N. Y.; and one sister, Mrs. Addie Smith of near Lexington, Va. The body will arrive at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton Friday morning. Arrangements are incomplete. . Divorce Suits Filed HINTON. Nov. 27 RNS divorce suits were filed today in the office of the Summers Circuit Clerk. They are: , James A. Bennett versus Vera Frances Bennett and George A "Foster versus Jessie M. Foster. Miller, two lots, Hinton. about $11,500; J. C. Dillon Sr., and Grace L. Dillon to James Earl and Katherine Persinger, lots, City of Hinton, about S7.!?QO: N. A. and Susie V. Bird to Leslie H. and Rita M. Harvey, parcel of land. Jumping Branch District, about $7.000: M. L, and Verna -M. Carnifax. W. [H. and Verda C. Carml'ax, to R-on- T aid E. and Ettiel Mae Cooper, par- eel. about $3,500; Ella Caroer to Wesley C. or Helen A. Hedrick, lots, City of Hinton. about $3,000; Georgia Vest to J. Moody and Lucinda Vest, tract, Jumping Breach District, about $3,000; S. D. and Jeannetta P. Burnette Syracuse holds a narrow 3-2 edge to Arthur Clinton and Charlotte over West Virginia in their grid-j Miller Dodd, lots, Talcolt District, iron series. '$2,500; Curtis and Josephine Cook to Aubrey Carl Keaton, tract, Pipe- stern District, about $2.000; ·Harold B. Eagle as trustee .to John W. Cook, lot. City of Hinton, about $2,500; Jane Jordan Trowbridge and Robert Trowbridge to Mary Jor- dai Gritrimett, one - fourth undivided interest in real estate, about $2,500: Laura L. Martin to-Willie Gilbert, one - half interest in real estate in City of Hinton, about $1,500: Billy Pack to J. R. Dawkins. parcel of land, Greenbrier District. about $2.500: Em-ons Stevens -and Margaret Stevens to Fred Stevens, parcel of land Green Sulphur District, about $1,000; Earl Waddell and ,Lorene Waddell to Scott L. and Shelby J. McMillan, real estate. Greenbrier Rural District, about $1,000; N. W. and Rose Adkins to Thelma Jean Surber, real estate, Laurel Creek, about $1,000; Hattie Chambers and Nancy Chambers Williams and Garnet Williams to Elmo Richmond, tracts of land, Takott District, about $1,000; R. E, Jackson to Joe Markham, lot, PJoeslem District, about $1,000; Weldon Miller and Dottie Miller to Hazel Holt, real estate, Green Sulphur District, about $500; Ernest R. and Helen Madeline Farmer to James J. and Bessie Florence Fanner, real estate Pipestem District, about $500. Bellepoint PTA Hears Mae Dodd HINTON, Nov. 27 (RNS) "Know Your Schools Better," the topic presented by Miss Mae Dodd at the November meeting of the Bellepoint School Parent Teacher Association. Harry G. Peck was in charge of the Tuesday evening meeting. / "Immaturity of the children," was brought out by Miss Dodd as the big difficulty in complying with the new regulations set by the Board of Education. She said the new age law would probably overcome this difficulty. She said attendance at the beginning of the school year was 220 but had dropped to 205 due to people moving and other reasons. Miss Dodd pointed out the school did not have a complete first aid kit and one ·was needed. Health scales also are needed. ; David Ballard ot Hinton. a student at Concord College, has volunteered to coach the school basketball team in the elementary league. Several problems which the organization thought should be brought to the attention of the Summers County Board of Education were discussed. Claude Biggins was appointed chairman of a committee to appear before the board to seek correction of the deficiencies. Other committee members are Sam McLean, Dr. J. D. Woodrum, Mrs. Carroll Miller, Mrs. Forest M. Mingo, and Mrs. Robert Sams. Questions submitted by parents, Ronceverte Personals RONCEVERTE, Nov.'27 (BUS) --Mr. and Mrs. Nat Underwood and children of Norfolk, Va... former Ronceverte residents, are the iguests of relatives in Ronceverte. Mrs. J. W. Compton and daughter, Catherine, have returned to Ronceverte from Goldsboro, N. C., where they visited their son and brother, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Compton Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Harris, of Richmond, Va.. are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Yates of Ronceverte and Mrs. Robert Harris of Lewisburg. Mrs, Norman Blake 'and two children are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson and family in Richmond during the Thanksgiving holidays. * Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dent and daughter of Beckley were the recent guests of their parents i n Ronceverte. Mrs. Vivian H. Campbell of Columbus, Ohio, is the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leckie. Mrs. Garland Robinson is the guest of her brother and sister-in- law, Col. and Mrs. Lee Martin, and family in Falls Church, Va. Don Dixon, a student at Bowling Green Business College. Bowling Green, Ky., is the holiday guest of his mother. were discussed and tne meeting closed with refreshments served hy Mrs. Clarence Gunnoe and the homeroom mothers. Participants Taking part in the talent contest sponsored by the Marlinton Parent-Teacher Association and held ,,at the high, school auditorium Monday evening were: ('back' row) -- Miss Edith May, music teacher in the Marlinton schools, 'who assisted 'with the music and ·accompanied at the pinao; Mrs. { HIPPLE-IRUST! ^-*3JOC*-' Tfo Pjfwwit ut fa FLAVOR James. P. Shisler, chairman of the PTA finance committee, in charge of the show, and Mrs. Carl Gladwell, who served as master of ceremonies; and (middle row) -- Lura June and Donnie MoElwee, first'place winners in the talent contest, Johnny Mallow Jr. and Robert Rose, At Marlinton who with Waightstill Aivery Jr., (not shown), were second place winners, and Harriet Johnson, third place winner; and (front row ) -- Karen Lynn Kellison, queen -of the baby contest, and David Lee McLaughlin, king of the baby coti'fcest. Talent Show Sponsored By PTA At Marlinton (MARUNTON, Nov. 27 (RNS) -Nine-fey persons in 25 different numbers took part in the talent show sponsored by the Marlinten Parent - Teacher Association finance committee and lield in the Marlinton High. School auditorium Monday evening. Lura June McElwee and her brother, Donnie, won the first prize of $5. They sang a duet, "Catch a Falling Star," with Lura June accompanying at, the piano. Waightstill Avery Jr., Johnny J. Hedrick Dies; Rites Set Today MAXWELTON, Nov. 27 (RNS)-- John Wesley Hedrick, 88, of Max- ·welton died Wednesday in Greenbrier Valley Hospital at Ronceverte after a long illness. Survivors include three daugh- teres, Mrs. Clarice Vest of Maxwelton, Mrs. Leta Childers of White Sulphur Springs, and Mrs. Lorene Harless of Mason; two sons, Orla - of Nimitz and Willard F. of Maxwelton; 'three sisters, Mrs. Sally Gillmore of Beckley, Mrs. Judy Dickerson of Stanaford, and Mrs. Grace Copper of Charleston; nine grandchildren; and one great - grandchild. The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in the Mount Pisgah Methodist Church near Hinton with the Rev. Clyde Bussard in charge. Burial will be in the church cemetery. , The body is at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home at Lewisburg and will be taken to the church one hour before the funeral. ENLISTS IN ARMY UNION, Nov. 27 (RNS) -- Robert L. McCoy who enlisted in the Army at Morgantown for its missile program has been sent to Ft. Jackson, S. C. for eight weeks of basic training. Upon completion, he expects to be sent to the Army's Missile School. He is a son of J. R. McCoy of Union. Mallow Jr., and Robert'Rose, third grade students, won the second prize of $3. The trio sang "A Turkey Sat on a Backyard Fence" and'"There Are Many Flags in Many Lands." Harriet Johnson, who gave a reading, "Little Orphan Annie," was the winner of the third prize of $2. Judges for the talent show were: The Rev. Collier Harvey Jr. of iHillsboro, Mrs. Fred Mouser of Minnehaha Springs, and E. C. Daetwyler of Marlintcti. 'Karen Lynn Kellison. 11-monbh- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kellison, and David Lee McLaughlin, two. son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. McLaughlin won the baby contest and were crowned king and queen. (Mrs. Carl Gladwell of Buckeye, served as master of ceremonies. Miss Edith May, music teacher for ·the Marlinton schools, assisted with the music and accompanied at the piano. Mrs. James P. Shisler, chairman of the PTA finance committee, announced that approximately $250 was taken in at the show. Other members of the finance committee are: Mrs. Mary Shafer, ·Mrs. Carl Gladwell, Mrs. Jodi« .Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beale, Miss Eleanor McLaughlin. Mrs. Dice Rimel, Mrs. J. B. Graham, Sam Gibson, and Maynard Dilley. Society Meet Held UNION, Nov. 27 (RNS) -- Iota 'Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, national honorary society for teachers, met at the home of Mrs. Irma Powell at Lewisburg Saturday afternoon. The society will give a local girl money to aid in furthering her college education, and will send a ciheck to the Korean Fellowship, it was announced. The program topic was "Building A United Profession Through Committee Activity." Attending the meeting were Miss Frances Terry, Mrs. Martha Hughes, Mrs. Jean Dransfield, Mrs. Sue Bare, Mrs. Kathryn Shumate. SHOP AT H A D D A D ' S For Lowest Prices ^ . ·* · ,,. · . Safe Good Entire Month of December ADMIRAL Refrigerators Reduced! 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