Calhoun native and the former first lady of West Virginia, Hovah Hall Underwood visited Grantsville Thursday and attended a special meeting of the Calhoun Historical Society. A small dinner was shared in the new Calhoun History Center building on Main Street, currently being developed by the society.

Ms. Underwood donated several historical pictures, books and other items to the society, said Bob Bonar, President of the group.

The group spent part of the evening listening to Ms. Underwood share stories about her early life in Calhoun.

She was accompanied by her sister Wanda Hall Abruzzino and Ola Jarvis Staffort.

Attending, Ambros Collins, Carl Morris, Jim Morris, Norma Knotts Shaffer, Evelyn Campbell, Peig Schmitz, Bob Bonar, Ola Staffort, Wanda Abruzzino and Bob Weaver.

Evelyn Campbell and Peig Schmitz prepare meal

L to R - Wanda Hall Abruzzino, Hovah Hall Underwood and Carl Morris

L to R - Norma Knotts Shaffer, Evelyn Campbell and Ola Jarvis Staffort

Dr. Dye's medical equipment on display

Group enjoys meal and conversation

Hovah Hall Underwood shares her roots

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