The Raleigh Register from Beckley, West Virginia on May 3, 1957 · Page 2
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Beckley, West Virginia
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Friday, May 3, 1957
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2--Raleigh Register. Beckley, W, Va., Friday Afternoon, May 3.1957 Tech Students Recognized At Opening May Day Event MONTGOMERY -- West Virgin- The business administration de- ia Institute of Technology students were recogniied for their academ jc »nd extracurricular achlevemenl at the college's annual Awards Day program which opened Tech's May Day festival. Heads of various departments and officers of clubs and societies made the awards presentations Dr. Robert Gibson, director o guidance at Tech, presided at lh ceremonies. The second annual "Outstanding Tech Citizen Award" was made to Huling Spencer, Richwood, by .Slu dent Council President Lester Ea Dr. G. M. POWERS DENTIST 110 MAIN STREET Phone CL 3-7696 artment awards were made by he department chairman, Reed avis. Marian McDonald Hiller, ?t. Thomas, Ky., received the iVall Street Journal Award and: Mrs. Madge Ry-an, Fayctteyille,' he Smead Award In business teaching. The Campus Club-prize, given to the freshman with Ihe highest average, was presented by club president Ruth St. Clair lo Carol Jing, Ronceverte, 4-point average. who had a Kermit Bridges, Mount Hope was named as ihe outstanding future engineer by L, C. Nelson, head of the engineering division. For contributing the most to home economics, Betty Shirey, Smithers, received the Home Economics Award from Mrs. Evelyn CrundaH, head oJUhe department. Student council pins were given to this year's council members. Those receiving them were Lester Eagle, Ross Kirk, Hermas Canterbury, Donna Bond, Wanda Warner, Pete Phillips, Phyllis Crane, Naif Mahan, Micky Bree, Bob Seaman, and Phyllis Bailey. Tech Player Awards forf service In campus dramatics were given by Betty Shircy, president of Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatics honorary. Those named were Bill Fugaic, Tom Boram, Doi-o- thy Conley, Bob H u f f m a n , Junior Ha'ught, George White, Jim Fortney, and L. E. Crane. Football co-captains Denny Foster and Fred White were presented the Civitan Bowl trophy. Tech look permanent possession of the cup after the golden Bears beat Concord for the third year in last tali's Civitan Bowl football game at Beckley. Individual athletic awards were given for participation in Tech sports. Football award winners announced by Athletic Director Ncal Baisi were: Doyle White, Denny Foster, Jim fxckhart, Jim Walker, Fred White. Bu?i McCutcheon. Ed Cookcrly, Holt Beaver, Roy Connor, Dave Frclbart, Blair Wcese. Mike DiGennaro, Jim Saullz, Skip Gilkeson, Gene Oglesby, George Todorovich, Ken Knapp. Julian Wood, Harold Williamson; Forrest Hutlon, and Jim Myal. Basketball awards went to Ken Settle Funeral Slaled Saturday LANSING (HNS-Fun«ral sery, ices (or Sidney B. Settle, 72, will bo conducted al 2 p.m. Saturday in Ihe Lansing Baptist Church by the Rev. Leslie M a r t i n ' and Ine Rev. Eugene Brown. Burial will be made in Hie Lansing cemetery, Settle, of Lansing died in a Fay- eltevillc nursing home after a long illness. Settle was a retired coal miner and a member of Kaymoor Loca! Union 5875, United Mine Workers of America. He was a lifelong resident of Fayette' County and a member ol the Lansing Baptisl Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Betty Campbell Settle; one son Lawrence of Eleanor; two daugh ters, Mrs. Eva Watson of Charles ton and Mrs, Launa Carper of Ni tro; two sisters, Mis. Virgie Reese and Mrs. Lula McGuirk, both o Charleston; and four grandchi! dren. The body will remain at thi Dodd-Payne Mortuary in Fayette ville until one.hour prior to th service when it will be taken t the church. Pineville Hammond, Don Thompson, Foster, Gordon MeCune, Bob Dick Cantley, Dale Russell, Dick Brown, and Adam Coffman. Golf letter winners were Dale Wilson, Don Miklasovich, Tec Meredith, Ross Kirk, and Homer Withrow. Cheerleaders Wanda Cafego, Barbara Hastings, and Gyp. sy Hall. Football managers, Ross Kirk, Ted Meredith, and Bill Bassitt, also received athletic awards as did basketball assistants, Pete Phillips and Dale Wilson. Certificates were presented by Dean Palmer Hall to those students named to "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities' last fall. Those named were Jane Divita, Larry Holliday. Mary Martson, Charles Wood, David Gill, Luther McCutcheon, Tom Boram, Kermit Bridges, Denny Foster, Lester Eagle, Iris Friedrichsen, Bob Gunnoe, Marian McDonald Hiller, Joan Montgomery, Hobert Seaman, and Dale Wilson. Civilans Elect Officers OAK HTL1, (RNS) -- J. K. Ga laher has been elected to ser\ as the 1957-53 president of the Oa Hill Civitan Club. Gallaher, presently serving i secretary, will succeed the Re 1 Father Donald B. Duncan, pries in-charge of the .St. Andrew's Epi copal Church, as head al the se vice club. The new president, along wi other officers chosen at a Wedne day night 'meeting, will a duties July 1., Date of the lation will be announced later.' Others taking a one-year term of office will be V. C. Sundslrom, vice president; Robert D. Smith, secretary; Joe Tyrce, re-elected as treasurer; and John W. Perry J r , sergeant at arms. . ' Other retiring officers include Ferris Aide as vice president and Frank Shumate, sergeant at arms. During the dinner meeting at Ihe Hole! Hill, members voted to change the dale of weekly meetings PINBVILLE (RN8) - Mr. »nd rs. Eddie Crews, and children, ed, Mnry Ann and Barbara,, re- rued to Hielr home here Sunday vening, a f t e r passing the week nd with her mother, Mrs. C. M. hipman, in Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hatcher Jr., nd family, Logan, were the Sun- ay 'guests of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. H. E. Crews, Pineville. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Blanken- hip, East Pineville, had as Iheir iuests over the week end, their an-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Irs. Haskell Cook and ions, Bai- eysvilte. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Blanken- hip and family, Clear Fork, visit"d his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hankenship, in East Pineville, unday afternoon. Mrs. F. E. Shannon has returned from Bluefield, where she spent he week end with her nephew, jam H. Clark and Mrs. Clark. "Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Daniels and ·hildren, Dilmeda, Johnny and 'ommy, Pineville, were the Sunday guests of her father, Opie Videmore, and brother and sis- er-in-law, Mr.' and Mrs. John R. ?ridemore and family, at Chap- nanville. Charles Waddcll, Pineville, was admitted to Stevens Clinic hospital at Welch for treatment of injuries to'the left leg. He was h u r t while Oak Hill Curfew SelAlWJDST OAK HILL (iRNS)-- City Po ice said today the former Eastern Standard Time curfew of 9 p.m. has been changed to 9:30 p.m. Daylight Savings Time. Officers said the "fast lime" curfew for all youths under 16 years o! age will be fa effect including weekends. Formerly with BST the curfew whistle was sounded at, 9 p. m.. Monday through Thursday and 10 p.m. on Friday through Sunday. The curfew was put in force here last year under an ordinance adopted by City Council. Recreation Board Invites Persons to Picnic AreaK Training Course Set For Scoutmasters OAK HILL IRKS) - Scoutmaster's t r a i n i n g course will be ~~ ( R N S ) - A h op-| «n invitation to all people in this area who are interested in a good location for wiener rbaste, picnics, outdoor »r Indoor gatherings, special location for meetings, has been extended, on behalf of the Comfort Recreation Center by sMyrl Thompson, member 1 of the board; "With 11 acres of ground avail able for use, no one should have any difficulty in finding suitable space, "he said, "The ball field is open, the picnic area is being readied, arid the recreation build- ng may be used by organizations at any lime they desire for any special, meetings flavored with a summer atmosphere." . . The Comfort Center, under, spon sorship of the Committee for thi Hill Farm, Maple near Fayetlerille, held at Ihe Lane Road, from 6 p.m. Saturday to 4 p.m. Sunday. Under the leadership ^f Charles ; Knolts of Fayettevilie, Fayette District training chairman of at work for the Pocahontas Company. Fuel the Boy Scouts Scoutmasters will ark and Boohe County Court, 't« expected to be the center reore»- icm spot in the county this year, ·'acilitits willi include a swinv ming pool, which will also be in use for classes In beginner's, at well as advanced swimming. Comfort is approximately M miles below Whitesville on Rout« 3 near Racine. Thompson said that indoor rest rooms will be installed next week for use of the public. The ball field, the picnic areas, and other areas need to have the grass cut. Suggested to aid with this job of cutting grass, was a "mowing parly" composed of several individuals who would bring their power mowers,along and help out with the task, Last vear several members of the Whitesville Fire Department did this. America, given in- R. Ruff, District Lions Governor Speaks At'ladies Night'Event Mrs. W. C. Holloway, Pineville who has been a patient at Stevens Clinic at Welch for several days, was removed to Bluefield Sanitarium Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis, Oak Hill, spent last weekend in Pineville, the guests of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett* H. Collins, Crowley r Wor- 11 Addition. Tommy Elmore ac- mpanied them and attended the unior - Senior Prom, as the guest Carole Collins. Mrs. Herbert Gunter and daugh- r, Donna Lynn. Beckley, spent unday in Pineville, the guests of er mother, Mrs. J. C.' Cline, nd brother-in-law and sister, Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Green. structions in program planning, coordination ol activities. Scouting skills and Scouling leadership methods. Also during the two-day event, plans will be completed lor the spring camporee to be held May 17-19; the proposed trip of 14 Fayette County Scouts to the National Boy Scout Jamboree, July 12-18 at Valley Forge, Pa.; and the council camporee to be held May 31 and July 1-2 at Carnifax Ferry State Park. from Wednesday to Friday. Sessions will continue to begin at 6:15 p. m. As an annual project, the club will serve as the sole sponsor o: a Collins High School student to Girls' State at Jackson's Mill this ' summer. ALMOST SEEMS INCREDIBLE! * IT 9AKES; ROASTS, FRIES, CASSEROLES, DEEP FRIES. PRESSURE COOKS. : * CAN BE USED AS AN ELECTRIC DUTCH OVEN, ' DEEP FRYER SAUCE POT. ELECTRIC FRY PAN OR PRESSURE COOKER IT'S W A R D S NEW AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC PRESSURE COOKER .* Simpl* To Op«rot« - 100* Fool Proof SEE IT DEMONSTRATED BY FACTORY DEMONSTRATOR THIS WIEK 4 Tlmss Dally 11:000:66^2:30 · 4:06 ALSO MONDAY SAME HOURS SAlf PRICED FOR THIS EVENT $T3.95 REGUURir PRICED AT $19.95. YOU SAVE $6.50 INTERESTED IN FEEDING YOUR FAMILY BETTER FOR LESS? IF YOU ARE HERE'S THE ANSWER! (Clip This Coupon And Moil For Complete Information) Beckley Foods Refrigeration Corp. P. 0. BOX 1544 . BECKUY. W. VA. Please tend me further Information on the moneysaving family food plan. NAME .' ADDRESS ,, fHONE- NO. CITY ZONE STATE tame Services Set Saturday FAVErrTEVILLiE (RNS) -- Fu- ieral sen-ices for Mrs. Hose' Ann Frame, 77, Fayetteville, will be onducted al .10:30 a.m. Saturday n the Fayelteville Baptist Church, rlinisters officiating will 'be the Rev. J. A. Crosier, the Rev. Emeron Walker, the Rev. Clyde West, he Rev. B. B. Brciterihirt and the Rev. C. R. Bright. Burial will be made in the Sugar Creek Cemetery near Gassaway. Mrs. Frame died . Thursday morning in an Oak Hill Hospilai. Dealh was attributed to a heart attack. last Riles SeL For Mrs. Jones MULLENS -- Funeral services' for Mrs. Nannie L. Jones will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in the first'Baptist Church, Mullens, by ;he Rev, Lawrence Berger. . Burial will be made in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Jones, 35, who made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Betty Yates,' Mullens, died in a local hospital at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday after a short illness. She was born in Buckingham County, Va., a daughter of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Edmbnd Jones. Her husband, Archer Jones, preceded her in death about 32 years ago. .A former Virginia school leach; er, she discontinued her work after 13 years of teaching and came to West Virginia in 1904. and has been living in Mullens for 41 years. She was a charter member of the First Baptist Church, where she held the title of "Mother of the Church." Survivors in addition to her WHrTESVIIjLE (.RNS) -Ladies Night at the Whitesville Lions! Club this week fealured Richard Ruff, Welch, District Governor of Lions Clubs, as speaker. The dinner meeting was held at the rlaleigh Grill with 25 couples attending. Toastmaster for the occasion was Bmmett Stine, introduced by Lions president Ted Bs'narah. A surprise skit centering around Lion Charles Holland, who just returned this week from a wedding trip was presented by Stine and other members. The program was opened with group singing led by Harry Cooke with. Richard Brown leading the pledge to the fkg. arid the invocation given by Stine. Miss Antionette Pontier ^directed several She mi an High School students in musical selections. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs, Richard Ruff, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Jarreli, all »! Vclch, Mr. and Mrs. Eminent Stine, Mr. and Mrs. Wilspn Hall, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Salamy, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong, Mr and Mrs. Richard. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holland, Mr.' and Mrs. Joseph CorWn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plant?., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnette, Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Harless, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Cooke, Mr, and.Mrs. Charles Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hotttc, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bsftarah, Mr. and Mrs. R. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Branham, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saxtori, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Priestley, Dr. and Mns, E. A. Kostas, Mr and Mrs. James Kostas, Mrs. Paul Maxcy, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Weamer. ' . . 'Hotlips'Vaughn Will Appear In Charleston On Stale Charges Mrs. Frame was born in Braxton County. She was the wife of ·he Rev. James F. Frame who was pastor of the Fayetteville Baptist Church for 18 years before his retirement on. July 1, 1956. She 'was member of .the church. - . Surviving, in addition to her husband, are one son, Hector D. of Belle; one brother, James.-Given of Rolla, British Columbia, Canada; one sister, Mrs. Jane'Long of Frametown; five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. The body will remain at the Dodd-Payne Mortuary in Fayetteville until 4 p.m. today when it will be removed lo the Fidler and Frame Mortuary al Belle. The body will be taken to the church'one hour prior to the service time. daughter include one other daugh tcr, Mrs. Wflla Freeman, Mullens; and one brother. Prince A. Jones, -Philadelphia, Pa. The body will remain, at Wright's Funeral Home until one hour prior lo services. Waive To Action H Grand Jury OAK HTDL--Three men charged 1th burglars* waived to the action the grand jury Thursday in a earing before Magistrate R. C. DODGE SALES HIT NEW HIGH VRENCE WELK 30-DAY SELLING SPREE! WHAT SAVINGS! "I hope all my friends will stop in and join the swing to Swept-Wing!" There's still time to get in on the sensational savings at your Dodge dealer's during the big Lawrence Welk Selling Spree. Values have never been so greal! People by the thousands are taking advantage of rolume setting deals to join the swing to Swept-Wing. You'll want to get in on the greatest car buy of the year. Come in and see it! Drive it! Price it! * Wonderful boys.. .all models! * Volume sates, volume savings! if Now is the time to buy! S WEFT · W77VG '57 SEE, STEER, STOP SAFELY! HAVE YOUR CAR SAFETY-CHECKED TODAY! DUNCAN-CATRON MOTOR CO. WORD-DUNCAN MOTOR CO. IllPriaceSl. Phone CL3 3397 222 Howard Ave. Phone 314 BECKLEY, W.VA. MULLENS, W.VA. odsey. They were MUULENS (R'NS) - Trouble continued, to pursue William "Hot- lips" V'aughn. The 47-year-old. Mullens restaurant - tavern operator, already confronted with the possibility of being indicted for murder and prosecuted on a charge of illegally possessing slot machines, appeared headed' for Charleston to do some explaining. / ' Today's mail was expected to bring the .troubled tavern-keeper a letter like the one's received Thursday by Mullens Police Chief Wendell Cook and State Trooper Wiley Heranan. The letters informed the two officers that "you are hereby requested to be present at a hearing before the West Virginia Non- intoxication Beer Commission, 122 Capitol Building, Charleston, on May 15 at 10 a.m. to lestify against William Vaughn doing busings as Vaughn's Restaurant, Mullens, West Virginia, on the following charges: (1) Possession of alcholic liquor on licensed premises; (2) sale of alcholic liquors on licensed premises; and (3) possession of gambling devices on licensed premises, Haiglcr had-suffered a heart at- lack. Police were inclined lo ac* cept this theory until"a'mortioion discovered that "Pistol Pete's" upper lip was cut and the back of his head bruised. identified at the ayette County sheriff's office as eorge Payne, '33, East Bank; obert C. Harrison', 29, Mahan, nd Wilbur Whileside, 36, Galigher. A fourth person arrested on the ime charge told authorities that e was 1G years old and that he ed about his age to get into the Vrmy. A draft registration card ave his age as 18. The charges steemed from a urglary al the home--of Mrs. ufas Larbc, located at Kirbs. Prosecutor J. Zane Summer- lold said the men are charged ith breaking into the house arly March 30 while Mrs. Larbe as away and stealing furniture alued at $334. Investigating officers were Fay- to-vrit, slot machines. Tne letters were signed by Beer Commissioner R. D. Ptatt, a name familiar to Vaughn. The two have known each other for years dating back to Piatt's long tenure of service as a Stale Policeman in Wyoming County. . Vaughn's more recent troubles began Sunday when officers were summoned to his establishment and found Carl "Pistol Pete" Haigler, 55-year-old "Skid Row" figure dead on a bed in a room adjoining the dimly-lit basement tavern. VaiSghn offered the opinion lhal An autopsy Tuesday disclosed that Haigler's death resulted from skull fracture. In the meantime police were inr formed that "Hotlips" had struck "Pistol Pete" knocking him down on a concrete floor. During their investigation officers' also ran into the report that Vaughn had ordered his place cleared of customers Sunday morning and had hauled away several cases of whisky and wine. Two partially-empty cases of liquor and almost-a case of wine were confiscated along with three slot machines at anolher' : of Vaughn's establishments, a boarding house located or the Beckley Road. _ Vaughn and two hirelings'plead- ed guilty to charges of selling whisky on arraignment Monday in city police court. They each paid, a fine. . . \ .Vaughn was ordered held by Magistrate Bill Houek for grand jury action on a charge of .murder in connection with Haigler's death. He was treed on $10,000 bond. He appealed the magistrate's verdict that he was guilty of possessing slot machines. He executed an additional $500 · bond on this charge. ette County Deputies Pete Withrow, 0; B. Legg, Fred O'Boyle £nd L. K. Toney. ·SPECIAL PURCHASE C.H.Dodd Treated For Injury To Fool rAYETTEVILL.E CRNS) -- C. H. Dodd is a -'patient at the Laird Memorial Hospital in Montgomery with foot injury. The owner of Dodd's Home and Auto Supply Store reportedly hit } metal bar with a power mowei and cutting his foot. CHAIRS THAT RELAX YOU AND YOUR BUDGET TOOI Mad* ef tlMM, ur.i ·* 1 "" wrtita »tH«l ·.··my'* paHsfcal . . IM... Mis flat fwtttrac*. Cwrtaw back. 444 MEET SET TODAY FAYEflTEVILLE ORNS) - Dr. lalph Neotmann, president of thq West Virginia Trudeau Society ol Charleston, will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of Uie Fayette County Tuberculosis Assn. The meeting will be held Friday at 8 p.m. IDST) in the library of the Memorial Auditorium. The public is urged to attend. FINANCE THAT AUTOMOBILE WITH US 1. Choose your own auto insurance agent. 2. Establish bank credit rating. 3. Get LIFE INSURANCE to cover balance on all auto loans at no additional cost to you. 4. And ESPECIALLY our LOW rate of Interest at $4.JO per $100.00 per year, on new car*; Ant. Sorrowed $ 500 1000 1500 2000 24 Mo. re 1 $22.73 45.45 68.18 90.90 5. Xfw finonn TAof Loft Mod- tl Cat On A t-N- fnivrtd iufo Leon, M SH^Mf Higher interest fat*. Com* in todar BECKLEY | National Bank Member. FDJJC, .1

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