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July 6, 1967
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Marys Oracle r Club Elects Mrs,. Webb Vfrs. Michael Webb was in- Bi:t : talled as president of Port- Mar Garden Club at the June B:: : Tneeting held at the home of Irs. George Luneianese, Bills Street. During the business meet- trig, several committees made reports on recent tivities of the clab. Mrs. George Cox re- :ported on the conservation e:Cfibit entered by ,the club at the Middle Island Arts and Crafts Fair. Po:ters made by Colin Anderson Center stu- dents for the city clean-up ampaign were sheen by Mrs. eorge Laneianese. Mrs. Ro- bert Adkins annourtced that foundation plantings had been placed at the Belmont School landscaping project. ....... Mrs. Emzy Nichols was vot- ed as a new member of the club. Mrs. Joe Procopio, a past president of the club, instal- : led the new officem in an hn- pessive ceremony: Other ; mew officers serving with Mrs. ,Vebb will be the following: : s. Merle Rouse vice- presi- dent; Mrs. Ernest Barnhart, secretary and Mrs. Bill Eld- er ,treasurer. The retiring (fficers pre- sented each new officer with :  rosebud corsage which had been made by Mrs. Procopio rom rose grown in her gar- teen. Mrs. Merle Rouse, yearbook committee chairman, distrib- the new books as mem- aers paid their dues. Useful gifts were given to VIrs. Robert Adkins on he- huff of the group in appreci- for her serving three :years as president. A dessert course was serv- ed to the ollowing men, hers: Iesdames Ernest Barnhart, C-eorge Cox, Joe Procopio, Ri- b.hard Robey j'Vlerte Rottse, Jck Weber, Wilbur Harris, Turner Flemirg, Michael ,Vebb, Emzy Nichl0s Robert Adkins and tle hostess Mrs. Michael Webb and Mrs. Merle Rouse will enter- .tain the club with a picn!c on July 17 at Mrs. Webbs home t Grape siand. Elks To Meet ' B. P, O. Elks No. 1701, will hold regular lodge meeting ursd,ay evening, July 6. Votirtg will be held on mem- ber candidates. Bridge Contract W. Q. Waters Co., Inc. of has been award- conrac for cleaning painting the Ohio River bridge at St. Maxys. The m's bid was $3J. Thursday, July 6, 1967 *Jessie Young Class Enjoys Picnic at Locke's Members of the Jessie Young Sunday School Class of ,the St. Marys Baptist Church, enjoyed an evening Oicnic and recreational ac- tivities including volleyball, badminton, croquet and table tennis on the spacious lawn at the home of Miss Helen Ruth Locke, Tuesday. Miss Fonda Locke assisted with the activities. Following the dinner, the ,business meeting was con- ducted ,by President Helen Ruth Locke. Reports were made by the secretary, Miss Elma Riggs; treasurer, Miss Fonda Locke and the chair- man of the gift committee Mrs. Virginia Cosper. A brief devotional program was in charge of Miss Helen Ruth Locke. The scripture taken from Acts 10:24-34 was the Vext for her remarks a- bout problems of the Gentile Christians in relation to the Law o fMoses. In conclusion, she stated the words of Pe- ter, "I now realizze that God treats all men alike. Whoever fears Him and does what is right is cceptable to Him, no matter what race he :belongs Attending were: Mesdames Hazel Eddy, Mary Strickling, Ruth Dougherey, Virginia Cosoer, Katherine Hall, Ru- th xm, Sunderman, Eliza,- :beth Dye, Mkia Grose, Sara Spence, Helen pence; Misses Elma Riggs, teacher Cather- ine Bush and hostesses, Hel- en Ruth Locke and Fonda Icke. Mrs. Maribeth Taylor To Wed Mr. Broadwater Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Taylor of Rainelle, West Vir- ginia, announce the enguge- men,t of their daughter, Marl- beth to Michael C. Broad- water, son of Ms. Madelon Broadwater and the late Jark I. Broaxivater of St. Marys. Miss Taylor is a graduate of Tygaxts Valley High School and a 1965 graduate of Glen- ville College with a B. S. degree in chemistry and ma- thematics. Miss Taylor was homecoming queen her sen- ior year. ,She is now employ- ed as assistart editor for Chemical Abstrac.bs Service, Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Rroadwater is a gradu- ate of St. Marys High School, attended Wheeling College and is a graduate of Moun- tain State Business College. ,He is nw employed as Office and Cred,it Manager for Fire- stone in Lancaster, O. No wedding date has been set. Sellout d Summer Ldies' • Bathing Suits • Dresses 4) Shorts • Slacks to 50% Beulah Maxwell, p. g. Queen Cur Robinson, Weston No. i OFF Esther No. 11, C*arksburg; 40; Lessie Strickler, w. m. El- 1 Good I 2o; strick- [ [ ler, w p, E00e00bero No 29; Ethel Finley, p. m. and tty- Bargain Table mend Finley, Ellertboro No. ' ' Children's & Infant's Dulaney Retires . She. Set00 Cyanamid Post eeil G. Dulaney of Vienna e Dresses . / 15 years service at American ._____. / has retired after more than 1 / Canamid Comoay s Willow $ Infants Sun S. 'Island plant. Dulaney was employed in the maintenance end Summer Dresses ! / JNJ  department as a mechanic- machinist. F   The Petroleum, W. Va. (Rit- 0% to 50% OF ehie County) native was first enjoyed by Cyanamid in November 1951 as a second - - , , lass mechanic. He was nam- ed a first class mechanic a Jae/sbop 416 Second St. St. Marys O. E. S. Officers of St Marys Chapter No. 31 installed at the June 26 meeting were Mrs. Lulu Snyder as worthy matron and John Cox as worthy patron. Mrs. Lulu Snyder The imLllation of newly elea'ted and appointed offi- cers of St. Marys Chapter No. 31 Order of Eastern Star was hed Monday evening, June 26 in the Masonic Temple. Emma Robinson, worthy matron, opened chapter and conducted the regular busi- ness meetirg. She gave her farewell addrses and thank- ed the officers and members for their fine cooperation during her year in the past. Betty Westbrook, past mat- ron, was then e]c:orted to th East and intredu,ced as in- stalling officer. She was as- sisted by the following past natmns: Margaret Ruckman marshall; Nell Williams, or- ganist; Rth Heilman, chap- lain Atarie Gerber warder Arthur Kiester, sentinel. Officers installed were: Lulu Snyder, Worthy matron; John Cor, worthy patron; Helen Davidson, asso. m. James Davidson, assoc, p.; Sylvia Wiley, conductress Ruth Flower, secretary; Mil- dred Davidson, treasurer Ethel Heilman, chaplain; Ju- dy Hall, marshall; Cordie In- :gram, organist; Joanna Mc- Faxland ,warder; Lillian Cor- nell ,sentinel; Judy Webb, A- dab; Carrie Truscott, Ruth; Suzanne Rouse ,Esther; Nell Cox, Martha; Lorna Hall, E1- eeta. A lovely memory book was preserted to the new worthy matron by Emima Robinson, junior pat matron. After the impressive in- stallation ceremonies, the past officers jewel (a gift from he chapter) was pre- seneed to Emma and Olin Robinson by James E. Heft- man, worthy grand patron of the grand jurisdictio of West Virginia, and was pinned on .the by Ruth Heilman. After the closing of chap- ter, ,all were irvted to the lverside dining room where refreshments were served by Marie Gerber and Thelma Davis. , The serving table was love- ly with appointments of a r, rystal punch bewl and cen- ,epiece of pink roses. The dining tables were decorated pink candies on blue with pink rose ar- the center. Members and visitors pre- sent were: Olin , w. @.; Emma Robinson, w. ,p.; Sylvia Wiley( Helen David- on, James Davidson, MAldred avidson, Ruth Flower, Nell Cox, Carrie Truseott, Cordle Ingram, Ethel Heilman, Ju- dT Webb, Lorna Hall, Sanda Hall, Judy Kall, Suzane Rouse, Lulu Snyder, Betty Wes,tbrook, John Cox, Ruth Heilman, Nell Williams, Pauline Blake, Marie Ger- Wilda Harris, Dan Flem- irg, Ruth Fleming, Wilma Munday, :Mary Roberts Mae tratton IAllian Cornell, Nell Hayhurst, Judy Powell, Jo- anna Mcarland, Arthur M. r, Theln Davis, Jam- es E. Heilman w. g. p. Visitors were Virginia C. Robinn, Weston No. 40; year ago. Prior to his employment with Cyanamid he orked or Rogers Motor Company in Parkersburg. During his Cyanamid em- loyrnet he won six sug- west-ion awards, includirtg one or $350. A son, Patti, works at Cya- namid in the power depart- ment. Dulaney and his wife, Lucy, pla to do some traveling but continue to reside at 1401 'llth Avenue, Vienna. Friends and fellow workers honored Dulaney at a dinner Friday evening at Morris' Restaurant in St. Marys. Worthy Matron Eureka PERSONALS • Mrs. Fon Kennedy is con- fined to her home with pneu- monia. Gordon Dinsmoor of San Antonio, Tex., and Mrs. Jane Dinsmoor Triplett of Evans- ton, Ill., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Denton Din.smoor. Mrs. W .P. Kerwood has re- turned home from the hos- pita.1. Visiting her the past week were her son and dau- ghter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerwood of Tampa, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. John Bris- bane and Mrs. Marie Hoy of Morgantown, were visiting friends and relatives here the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weber and daughter of Kennewick, Wash., are viisting the form- er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Weber. Sandra and Terry Binegar gave a swimming party at their home on Sunday even- I Mrs Ruth Tibbens left this [ing. Present were Patricia I w= 'far Californi to visit Coper, Jennifer Phillips, Pa-Irelat'-ivs" - tricia Lyne and the hostesses. I Mrs Terry Griffin and dau- Mrs. Beulah Lyne and dau- [ghter',Barbara of Emery, Va., ghter, Mary, visited with l are tere visiting relatives. Beatrice Smit of St. Marys Mr and Mrs Richard Nor- SuidraY afternoon. ]throp" and sons'Bruce and Ro- r. and Mrs. Mark Fitzpat- ,bert spent a week camping [ rick of Weston, Mr. and Mrs. near Aberdeen, Md. Their son 'Dan Fitzpatrick of Charles- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rowell of Williamstown spent Sun- day with their daughter,Mrs. Wnry Maidens Jr. and tam- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fitzpat- rick visited his sister, Mrs. E. S. Foley of Sistersville Sun- day evening. Jll Palmer of Cottageville, returned to her home Sunday ,after spendirg a week with relatives here and at St. VIarys. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Med- ley, Sonia Lamp and Patricia Cosper of St. Marys, visited rid:ay evening with Mrs. Beulah LyRe and daughter, Mary. ton, Mr. and Mrs. James Fitz- patrick of Walton were re- cent guests of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fitzpatrick. On Wednesday they all at- tended funeral ,ervices for their brother-in-law, E. S. Foley at Sistersville. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Doak on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Ramer Doak of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Adams and daughter, Claudia of Parkersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Doak of Moundsville, md Mrs. Alfarata Adams. David Doak, Louis Houser, and Steve Danielson are at- tendirg Boy Scout camp at Camp Kootaga this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitz- patrick and family, Mr. and ME. William Fitzpatrick and ,family all of Parkersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hupp and family of St. Marys were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fitzpat- rick on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Bine- gar and daughters visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Myers of St. Marys Sunday. ARVILLA KathleenCrosser Mr and Mrs Glen Triplett Plans Wedding land Mrs. Francis Jeavons of /Hollywood, Calif., who are Kathleen Croeser, daughter l visit'ing at the home of Mr. of Mrs. Eleanor Crosser, Rt. 2. /and Mrs. Hem'y Sarber. and city, has completed plans for the Sarbers, are spending the her wedding to Terry L. Cox. [week in Wheeling visiting tel- son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow |olives. Cox. R. 5, Coshccton. O. | The Sam Williams family The double-ring ceremony |is spending a week in Florida. will be solemnized at 2:30 p. m.. Saturday, July 8 in the St. Mays Methodist Church with the Rev. G. W. McCune officiating. The custom of open church will be observed. The bride-elect has asked Mary Ann Williams of Sutton to be her maid of honor; Mo- vita Oivitello, Parkersburg, Lois Bell, Logan, O., Jayne Pvt. Richard Northrop, who Chandler, Beverly, O., and is in training at the army Sharon Brinker of Letart as base at Aberdeen was able to bridesmaids. spend the evenings visiting Miss Sharon Kidd of Marl- with his family. He returned etta will register the guests. home with them for the All are classmates of the weekend, bride. Douglas Brothers, 16-year- William Cox of Coshocton, old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted cousin of the groom, will ser- Brothe.rs of Rt. 3, city, has re- ve as best man and ushers turned home from the hos- will be David Boyd and Dan- pital where he has been a pa- ny Cox of Coshocton, Lee tient with a broken ankle. Wilbur of Mentor, O., and Brothers was injured in an David Kleinfield of Cleveland. ]automobile accident May 27. A program of nuptial mus- ]Also riding in the car was Pa- ic will be presented by Mis I tricia Felter, lg, and David Margaret Ingram, soloi and I Riggs, the latter also sustain- Wesley McCune, organist. led injuries in the accident. Following the wedding ,a [ Mrs. DeLoss MeKnight of closed reception will be held IWynne, Ark., is a house guest at the home of the bride on [of Mfrs. Sue Lewis. She and I Route 2, city. |her daughter are here to at- ltend the wedding of Ted Lew- is'Linda Lewis of Sufferin, N. Troop 29 Holds Y., is visiting here with her Court of Honor mother, Mrs. Sue Lewis for several days. Mrs. Bruce Knight, who Several members of Boy was hospitalized four weeks Scout Troop 29 received ad- age with injuries suffered in vancement badges and an automobile accident, has "Sparky" Hawkins of Marl- returned to her home. Injur- etta presented the charter to the institutional represent- ies included a broken arm l ative ' James Anderson at a and leg, however, ,she is re-'c°urt] of honor held Wednes- ported to be doing satisfac- Iday, June 28 at the First Bap- torily. ]tist Church. [ The following scouts re- 1200 County Youths Iceived ba4ges: First class-- I Alan Simmons, Greg Robey, On mployment Lists Joe Camerlin; Second class-- Oharles Stewart, Carl Wells, Names of some 1200 Pleas- Alvy Banner, Randy Sparks, ants county teenagers have David Stewart Eddie Win- ,been filed in the Summertime land, Kevin and Steve Mil- Youth Employment program ler. being sponsored by the Co- Tro(rp 29, which is sponsor- opertlve Exnsion Service. ed by the First Baptist According to Mrs. Chris- Church, has Walter Reed" as fine Hart, program aide, scoutmaster and Dale Old- *many :boys axe available for field, Bud Brown and Lotion arm work to help with plow- Nichols as assistants. ing, planting, hoeing, haying, build fences, cut filth off fields and pick fruits nd Douglas and Peggy Dale vegetables. Girls are aailable to do Buy Economy Mar Blue Devil Band Cyanamid PI Off for Chicago Wins Com Some 114 persons compris- in,g a contingent of musicians and chaperones left St. Marys in the early dawn Tuesday on a four-day trip to the Lions Club International Conven- tion. "Chicago, Chicago, that toddlin' town," is once again playing host to Lions from all over the world. The St. Marys Blue Devil Marching Band will be one of two bands rep- resenting West Virginia for the econd time. having at- tmded the convention in 1963. Scheduled to arrive in Chi- cago around 6:00 p.m., July 4, they will be the fifth unit marching in the grand pa- rade July 5. down Michigan Ave. to Ninth St. The group will take a grand tour of the city on July 6 and leave for home at 9:00 a.m. July 7. Misses Bush and Riggs Return from Vacation 1 Misses Catherine Bush and Elma Riggs have returned home after a 17-day vacation in the southwestern states. They spent several days in New Orleans, La., and visited relatives of Miss Bush in Houston, Galveston and Tex- as City, Texas. Former St. Marys friends with whom they were privi- leged to visit, were Mrs. Jes- sie Young and daughter, Miss Margaret, of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Noland and the Cecil Carey family of La- Marque, Texas. Award of Mt American Cyanamid pany's Willow Island was awarded the corn Safety Award of Merit week after completing than one million man without a disabling Assistant Plant Mona B. Doff of Vienna ace( the award on behalf employees from R. L. divisional manager of facturing from Bound N. J. The award was 220,675 man hours from 23. 1966 through April 21, To date the more th: employees at the plant worked more than 400 without a disabling acci Also participating in presentation were T. A. trone, loss prevention eer for the division Bound Brook. and J. K. dermeyer, senior loss tion engineer, from Wayne, N. J. corporate W. H. Ashby of burg is safety the Willow Island tion. M. E. Little of St. and R. B. Modesitt of represented the plant's gaining groups at the entation. Willow Island em have earned 10 safety from the company since Included has been the dent's award, highest mid recognition. Several er awards from the Safety Council and turing Chemists have al.so been earned the same period. This Sunday's O SPECIALS M Sirloin Steak .. $2.25 .- HOMEMADE MEATLOAF Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Peas, Slaw, Homemade Bread and Butter, or Tea. Col CiTY CHICKEN Baked Potato, Succotash, Combinatior Salad, Homemade Bread and Butter, or Tea. $1 Charles and Yvonne Landsettle Summer House Paint Sale light housekeeping chores Douglas and Peggy Dale (f Mr. and Mrs. lbert Wells stmh as doing dishes, ironing, Prkersburg have purchased of Newell visited with Mr washrg windows, mending the Economy Market at De- and Mrs. Orie Summers on help arid prepare for parties, wey Avenue and Cherry St. Sunday. sewing, typirg ani take chil- from Waiter McCllough. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bram-dren to the park, movies or Dale was formerly with mar were visiting in StMIarys various ,a,tivities. Thorne Super Markets for Monday afternoon. Also listed under help a- eight years. The new owners Mr. and Mrs. Gale Wells of vailble are lavn care, heavy ,plan to operate the market o,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Smithferry, Pa. visited Wed- cleaning, painting, carpentry along the same lines as its nesday with Mrs. Belle Gor- and brick luying assistnce, previous owner. SAVE! GLIDDEN roll and Mrs. Bertha Gorrell. service tenon attendant, Dale and his wife and three BennettMr" andof WeirtonMrS' visitedThurmanat service.Clerking' waitress and errand children will move to St. Marys as soon as they have ENDURANCE the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Farmers and others inter- located suitable living quar- Phitllp Smith on Friday. ested in hirirtg extra help ters. Mrs. Emma I=Iendricks and may call our office for rmxnes Mr. and Mrs. CIyde Brammer and information on teenagers ...HousePntivesd-werWotectld attended quarterly Tough, self-cleaning, high gloss finish meet'ing wishing part-time employ- o, ,._. ,._.:__ I II0uR00MI,00 I ut Pt. Lookout Monday even- merit," Mrs. Hart advised - .u ,,a= v;,li  resists checking, cracking, fading. ing.Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Smith  ,alleO for wec!nes(lay Maximum hiding. Easy brushing. 48 attended a meetirg of the Reunion Sunday A meetirg of officers, di- u LL . Southern States at the HI- " rectors and members of the Way Grille Wednesday even- e:ett Wells villold areunion ,the American Red Cross will REGULAR ( ")/PRICEGALo SALE ing. . Descendants of Richard Du- Pleasants County Chapter of .- , Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gor- Sunday, July 9, at Pavilion be held at 8:00 p.m., Wednes- rell, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gor- No. 5, In the Pleasants County day, July 12 at the court $6.95 rell visited Sunday with Mrs. Park. All members and house. Bertha Oorrell. friends of the family are urg- A summary of the past Dr. Harry Echols, EUB Con- edicnd invited to attend..A year's accomplishments will terence Supt" °f Buckhann°n r '°°anner wm °e be given and °fficers f°r the Glidden and Rev. Underwood of Bens .......  ..... ensuing year will be elected. Run were supper guests of '.M. Emma He ndricks Mon- j  aay evening. Harvey Wagner, Mrs. Irene Bonnar and Mrs. May Farren attended the homecoming at SPECIAL lwnee Ohurc,h Sunday. 2diss Linda Coartney was visiting Miss Mary Brammer on Sunday. $ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hawkins 62 Ambassador i children and Earl Bram- mer visited Mr. Mrs. ClydeternoonBrammerand evening.SUY a- Fordor, V-8, Automatic HOUSE PAINT Mr. and Mrs. Philllp mlth and children visited Mr. and • Outlast8 Oil paint Mrs. Russell Gorrell Sunday evening. Power eering • Fast, easy to apply  Regular Clem 'rice and Dale Rich- • Dl'ig in 30 HI'lUg;e8 m ond were caUirtg on Clyde A Really Clean Car $7.95. Brammer and Harvey Wag- • Clean up with water " net Saturday forenoon. ' $795.00 eC8_onallSUl.Ce8 Special $6.75 gal. Reunion Planed The anual, Reynods-llls family gatheringwillbeheld CLOVIS MOTOR CO. Sunday, July 16, at the Ster- llngty Park.tableSA inbasketPleasafibsdinnerC°urt'will Phone "Open Evenings  [ | • 1  [I  U be served at I:00 p.m. Kool- 684"..4 Til 8:00 |T, M&RYS, I; I' 1 Itlll Ill aid, iced tea and coffee will