Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 22
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
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30, 1972 Sunday Gatette-Mail -Chiritjton, Wt«t Vlr»lni«- Montgomery Minister Leaving Bv Barbara Nelson A t}/t-,,.,r ,,,,,,! . » . . . . . , , , . . . . . . . . ^~^ MORGANTOWN ginia University's By Barbara Nelson 442-3111 The Rev. Robert Fields, minister of the Montgomery Presbyterian Church for the past seven years, is leaving to become senior pastor of the Hudson Memorial Church in Raleigh, N. C. Mr. Fields will have as his associate the Rev. E. J. Agsten, Charleston native and brother of H. B. Agsten, the Charleston contractor who built the Montgomery church. Mr. Fields has been the president of the Fayette County Mental Health Assn., the head of the Montgomery Ministerial Assn., chairman of the Montgomery Human Rights Commission, vice president of the Montgomery Rotary Club, moderator of the Kanawha Presbytery, instrumental in starting the Montgomery Drug Council, and Rivermont, the low-income rent supplement housing project in Montgomery, as well as being involved in many other civi and church activities. A Rptary exchange student, of Joy will also participate. Trond ,Sodal, of Lorenskog, Nor- The i m p r o v e m e n t moi't way will oe coming to this area gage-burning service will be in the middle of August and his held at the church at 6 p.m -- host family is Mr. and next Sunday. Speaker is to be first Mrs. Bert Buckbee of Charlton the Rev. Frank Robinson,'pas- Heights. He'll be attending West tor of the Bethel Baptist Church Vircr,n, a T,j ch fo( . the coming in Canneiton, and the Mt. Chap- Virginia year. Guy S. Dooley Jr. has been appointed president of the Mont gomery National Bank follow ing the death of W. W. Jennings Jr. Dooley was elected, too, to the board of directors. Ellen Kearney, guitarist and singer will perform at the Bears Den at Tech Center this week. Today, Wednesday, and next Sunday, her act will go on from 9 to 11 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday, and Saturday, the program will be given at 4 p.m. on Tech Mall and at 9 p.m. in the Bears Den. Two Upward Bound programs to be presented are the U. melodrama "Egad, What B. Cad!" at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Conley Hall Theater; and a student talent night at 8 p.m. Friday, also in the Theater. Incoming freshmen students along at West Virginia Tech, with their parents, will town next be in today, Wednesday, and Sunday for orientation tours, academic counseling and registration, plus a welcoming banquet at noon, and a lawn reception for supper at the president's home. Enrollment is open for the M o n t g o m e r y Presbyterian Weekday Kindergarten, which will operate five days a week, beginning September 5, for 3, 4, and 5-year-olds. Contact Mrs. Nat Kennedy at 779-9157 or the church office. A Social Security representative win be at the Montgomery Post Office basement from 10 ajn. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday (Aug. THE REV. ROBERT FIELDS Going to Raleigh. 1), and subsequent Tuesdays in August. People who cannot come to the Charleston Office will be helped with their applications for retirement, disability, survivors, Medicare, or black lung benefits. Fayette County Young Democrats reorganized last week and elected Larry L,osch, of Charlton Heights, as vice president and chairman of the membership drive, now in progress. Other officers include Jim Love of Oak Hill, president; Ella Garrett of Harlem Heights, secretary; and Mary Burgess of Oak Hill, treasurer. Vice president Johnson will conduct the meeting of the West Virginia Black Lung Assn. at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Montgomery City Hall for a discussion of the new black lung laws, the trip to Washington, D. C. and the UMW campaign, where the group's president, Arnold Miller, is contending for the presidency against W. A. Boyle Members and guests of the Montgomery Civitan Club will meet at Deepwater Park at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday for a cookout, along with an evening of repairs and maintenance. el Church in Ansted. Music will be furnished by choirs" from Pritt both churches. The Rev. Freddy Werdine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Werdine of Charlton Heights, participated in the state AAU swimming championship meet held at the Ravenswood Club last Sunday. Freddy, competing in the 9-10 age group, received first place awards in the butterfly and backstroke. He also placed second and 200 I. M. the 100 well as The Glen Falls at 1 home meet at the Garden Club p.m. Thurs- of Mrs. Wil- will day liam H. Miller, Fails View, for a discussion and planning of the Fayette County Garden Council's flower show on August 19 and 20. The Kanawha Chapter No. 38 OES will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Masonic Hall, Montgomery. The Rev. Arnold Belcher will attend this week a Conference Camp for Elementary Children at Spring Heights, near Spencer. Members of the staff from the Montgomery area include Mrs. R. A. Updike, Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne, Miss Lou Ann 'ourth place in breast stroke. Freddy's father is president of ;he AAU, and was manager of the meet. Hawks Nest Swim Team defeated Kanawha Club in a swimming meet held in Charleston Wednesday. Three first places went to the following children: Freddy Werdine, Diane Blackwell, Ann White, Leslie Smith, Brad Madison, and Alice Ann White. Montgomery Rotary Club held ts installation ceremony last week for the following new officers: Ray Duff, president; John Howry, vice-president; and Jim Duncan, secretary-treasurer. Their next meeting will be at 2:30 Friday noon in the Tech Center Dining Room. Mearns, Alan Belcher, and Rob ert Skaggs, Jr. Diane Frisby and Debbie Thompson are among the campers. At 7 p.m. today in the First Baptist Church of Boomer, the Rev. Samuel Jackson and the Kennedy Specials will sing. The Charming Voices and the Bells Priest Loses Case For Fartn Hand Pay BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil UP) -A labor court has rejected a Roman Catholic priest's claim for $12,000 from the church for what he said was formed as a farm "work hand." per- The Rev. Adelino Mota told the court his diocese sent him to work on a farm in 1948 but never paid a previously agreed- upon salary. Wheeling will conduct services at the Immaculate Conception Church, Montgomery, at 8 p.m. Saturday, and again at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. next Sunday. At 9:30 a.m. next Sunday, there will also be a service at St. Anthony's Shrine, in Boomer. T. F. Hill of Falls View will conduct the services at Smithers, at 9 a.m. next Sunday and 11 a.m. at Falls View. wvu - West Vir- first confer- ·*·--»' w communications, electronic sensors, monitoring systems, and automatic and remote control devices. Dr. W. W. Cannor, chairman of WVU's Department of Electr ical Engineering, and Dr. Aid- ridge will deliver a paper on ence on coal mine electro-technology will be held at the Towers Complex W e d n e s d a y through Friday. The first session will start in Towers Classroom A at 8:45 ,,. a.m. on Wednesday when Dr. thrbugh-the-earth M. D. Aldridge of WVU's De- tion reseach at partment of Elect" neering, conference sources will be Dr. Earl T. Hayes, chief scientist at the office of the director of the U. S. Bureau of Mines, will speak at a banquet 7 p.m. Thursday at the Lakeview Inn and Country O.b. i paper on! ^ n Wednesday evening manu- communica!f acl;urers of electrical and elec- WVU and a | Ironic devices for the mining i on the be obtained by Department of g at 293- rical Engi- chairman, remarks, trial, educa- n m e n t a 1 resented on team of WVU engineers will discuss a coal mine monitoring system. The team consists of Dr. Aldridge, Dr. Nelson S. Smith, Dr. Robert E. Swartwout, and Prof. Donald T. Wor- er systems, rell. industry will hold T^lll*tVw*t* infftpm i ui Llici illiuill: conference can b calling WVU's T Electrical Engine 2031. 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