Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 74
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

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Famous Fables By E.E. Edgar SERVICE A group, of European doctors who were visiting the Mayo Clinic, were invited to spend the night at the home of Dr Charles H. Mayo, co-founder of the medical center. Upon retiring, as their custom, they placed their shoes outside their bedroom doors for polishing. Dr. Mayo, the last to go to bed, noticed the shoes when he went upstairs to his room. It was too late to rouse a servant, and it was unthinkable that he should be inhospitable to his guests. So the doctor gathered up ail the shoes, carried them downstairs to the kitchen and spent half the night polishing them. INSOMNIA: It was a warm day in Washington and Sen. Carter Glass of Virginia was half-listening to a dreary speech delivered by a long-winded member of the club. The Senate chamber was stuffy and heads began to nod. Before long, even-one was dozing, except the Virgi- nian a n d a n e l d e r l y colleague who was seated next to him. Glass turned to the other and murmured sympathetically: "I see you have insomnia, too." Aw / can /o la many ihinft t vat right away. Somnimn ihrv pass mi ly L- ,. t -j ft """"TM '" "" hf l" rt '*' Jwimwinr a/irf and ihrn turn arnunJ and call mt buck Ken Schmidt inna" vriin Mrs. Si-Ami*. ·/ ,njoy Thiv last can't believe it's iht same old *'?["* *'·«« *i"i '!--' "tlhtr thai, Mantt. Thty ask hi» 1 did it anil hv# 4 m. tt n,v fritnJt 4m'/ rr«wii,-f mt IJt'.l. They JAmfc / Iwk so nice. · t»ys Mrs. tf Norfolk, Nftjrtstt Eat Well...Lose That Fat! So you want to lose 5. 10, 25 or more pounds of excessive weight.- . . . Here now is an extraordinary easy figure-slimming Plan tnat otters you a way to get rid of unsightly, superfluous (at you'r« carrying _ without strenuous exercises.. .and, most important of ·II, without missmfi a meal. Satisfy your appetite and peel off those excess, extra poundi too. Now with the X-11 Reducing Plan, you can remove pounds and mche» from thighs, neck, legs, waist - all uvtH -- stabilize reduces weight that you may dream about , as you follow this Plan. While you eat satisfying meals no ' longer will you be the prisoner of the evereating habit, because with the X-11 plan, you eat less - want IKS. You lose weight.. . while you eat well. Willis llalficld, 81,1»;*iil«; statue of liis father. Hatfield Country By Barbara McCallum SATISFACTION GUARANTEED You must bt comp/tttly sttistied or simply return for i f v n tthind. H« V° ur X-11 Reducing Pl.n today. If tlabby fat doesn't disappear, just return the empty package for an immediate re- tund -- no questions asked. p -- __ COM! IN TODAY ... OH 010HI »y MAIL _ _ _- COHEN-mU AID, MI 2543, Ckarlesttii, W. Va. 25323 PlfASF SEND Mt __ PACKAGES OF X-11 I j 42 TlMili I? II ( ) 105 T*ilfl« CS IS ADDRESS. CITV -STATI ^HEN-RITE AID PHARMACY 4m CHARLESTON, W.VA. Willis Hatfield is alive and well and living in Logan County. Born Feb. 10, 1888, Willis is the last living son of "Devil Anse" Hatfield, famed leader of the clari during their mountain feud with the McCoys in the 1880s and '90s. The day I visited with Willis the temperature was soaring towards 100 degs. and the climb to the Hatfield cemetery at Sarah Ann just about did me in--Willis wasn't even breathing hard when we got to the top. Here, a life-size statute of "Devil Anse" stands on a four-foot granite base. The s t a t u e , modeled f r o m photographs taken after Anse's death, was imported from Italy at a cost of f3,000. The bareheaded and bearded figure, in frock coat and riding leggings, stands stiffly with arms at his sides, gazing into the distance. The b a c k of the base is inscribed: "Captain Anderson Hatfield, 1839-1921. Levicy Chafin, His Wife, 1842-1929"; on the front is this ins c r i p t i o n : " J o h n s o n , William A., Robert L., Nancy, E l l i o t t R., Mary, Elizab.eth, Elias, Troy, Joseph D., Rose, Willis E., Tennis S.. Their Children." Although the outdoor d r a m a , " H a t f i e l d s McCoys," at Grand view State Park (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays through September 2) ends with the baptism of "Devil Anse," Johnse, and "Cap" (William A.) the patriarch spent the last 15 years of his life quietly and peacefully on the farm he owned on Middle Island Creek in Logan County. He raised hogs and other farm produce and it is said he seldom left the community. Sunday Gazette-Mail

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