The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia on December 12, 1964 · Page 6
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The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia · Page 6

Weirton, West Virginia
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Saturday, December 12, 1964
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Wtirten Daily TimM, S*t., DM., 12, 1964 Women In The TIMES Welfare Office Holds Annual Yule Affair Edited by Paula Colesinlc Mr. Griffin Delivers Program For Group ' The annual Christmas dinner · party for the employees of the Hancock County Department of Welfare Office was held Wednesday at the home of Adda R. Hindman of Virginia avenue, Chester, who is county director. The table setting of an arrangement of red and white carnations with holly and pine cones | with red lighted tapers on either end was on a cloth of green lenen adorned with red. Place cards were red poin-j settas. Christmas candles were] George Griffin of the Chesa-queen-; and princesses of var- lUSe d throughout the home. A peake and Potomai Teleph:ne Inns Weirton chapters. j large Christmas bell suspended Comiwnv screened slides of the Christmas wrapping paper is .from the ceiling above the din Company set eened slides M i n e , ^ ^ a ways ^ means j ^ ^^ ^^ ^ "Spml of Christmas, at t h e projecL | during the evening. Elizabeth regular meeting of Gamma Up- Members are reminded to Hupp played Santa Claus and silon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi save cancelled postage stamps! distributed gifts which had been Sorority recently at the Veter-j to help orphanages in Germany, placed beneath the Christmas ans of Foreign Wars hall. j A thank-you note was sent to ir ee in the livlngn»m as Mrs. A thank-you i Mr. Griffin is a member of i A I Burton for making the cover of the scrapbook. A donation was approved to the House of Delegates to Hancin;l County. He slated that tree in the livlngn»m Dorothy Knabb presented her version of "Ho, Ho, Ho." Entertainment f e a t u r e d group singing and several gui- plans for a TB Sanitarium are C ARE. -_.,,-,, being formulated in this area.! ^ comD j ne d Christmas par- far "selections by V i r g i n i a A meeting will be called for or- ly 0 [ Oamma Upsilon, Phi Al- Fragale of Wheeling, child wel- ganiv.ations in Weirion. I p na Gamma and Phi Alpha Del- fag supervisor for Hancock In charge of the program! (a will be held on December :4 Comity. The group sang a ren- were Culesante. Sandra Hatala and Elane at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center. Darla Clovis presided. A let- Toni Petncca gave a report ter was read from International; and a brief discussion on, Your stating that the by-laws were Poise and Charm. approved with the exception of one article. Following correction it will be put on record. Miss Hatala reported that Gamma lota's Valentine dance, "Cupid's Caper," will honor all Others attending were Mrs. Robert Amos, Betty Balog, Gloria Carey, Mrs. Romie Castelli, Jr., Caroyln Castolli, Sharol Hooper, Dolores Magnone and, Mrs. Joan Riddle. j dition of "Happy Birthday," to Susanna Weyrich wlr was celebrating her nineteenth birthday. Guests were Miss Fragale, Miss Weyrich, and Mrs. Inez McDonald of Moundsville, who is the family service supervisor for Hancock County. BECOME AN EXPERIENCED ADMAN (OR ADWOMAN) IN JUST ONE DAY! You don't have to take a special course to able to write ads that sell. Thousands of people do it in just one day. How? They write their own Classified Ads in The Daily Times and sell all kinds of items. When writing an ad, list the information you would want to know if you were the buyer: List truthful ami bnportut f«ctj. 2- Stats the price am) ir.rmt (« »iu. SUj «·«? from *ord like "reinmnble," "bargain, · "must sell"--the buyer mtiM not IhlnS H to a bargain and he knowi J»" m"" eu * you wouldn't kave placed the «d ta Ike lint place. Make It easy (or (he buyer to «el In toucB with you. by nslni both the telephone number and addr-« whenever oosnlble; «»en »UI« the lime. II yon are only home certain noun ·I the day. After Writing Your Classifiec Phone 748-0606 The Weirton Times I 1 ' " « e Aye., Weirton Ads received be/ore 5 p.m. will be published in the following day* edition. Ladies Society Elects Officers Mrs. Jack McKimmie was elected president of the Ladies Missionary Society of Christian Misionary Alliance Church on Friday at the home of Mrs. Gerald Gray, 138 Powers road. Other officers are: Mrs. Bernard Smith, vice president; Mrs. James Wise, secretary; Mrs. James Frye, treasurer and Mrs. Gray, publicity chair- Christmas gifts were sent to the Carlisle Home in Pennsylvania and a donation of $10.00 was approved for foreign missionaries. Devotional leader was Mrs. I McKimmie. Scripture was readl j in unison. I A special prayer was offered 'for missionaries by Mrs. Wise, ! Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Frye. The meeting was closed with -rayer. M-s. Smith will be the January 8 ostess. Yule Program Given By FTA The Future Teachers of America held its annual Christmas meeting Friday in liuild- ng B of Weir High School. Jebbie Plum, vice-president, pened the program with Linda iced leading carol singing. Adrean McLaughlin read, The Paper Angel.' The Christmas story was given by Conlie Fletcher. Ethel Krumme ;ave a poem. Highlights of the evening in- luded the singing of, "Silent "light," by Miss Fletcher in joth English and Hawaiian. Mrs. Ruth Morgan, sponsor ead, "Why the Chimes Rang." ienediction brought the candel- ght ceremony to a close. President, Janet Rohall, was n charge of the brief business session. Sandy Tomasovich and Lynne Sole submitted rou- MA.RCIA MADICH Weir High Graduate Hired By Trailways Miss Marcia Madich, daugh-|line Personnel School in Hartter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Madich, 131 South 12th street, las been working at the new Trialways terminal in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was hired as an information clerk in July upon graduation from the Hartford Air- Deborah Circle Gives Program The story of the Nativity was iresented by Mrs. Paul Varner and Mrs. Albert Ficca, at the Rebekah Lodge Holds Annual Yule Party The annual Christmas party and gift exchange of Star of the ford, Connect^!. Miss Madich was graduated from Weir High School with the class of 1963 and was a member of the band. In 1964, she graduated from the John Robert Powers Modeling School, Pittsburgh. STORK NOTES Ohio Valley Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hu- Valley Rebekah Lodge No. 73 her, 73 Pacemaker Plaza, Tor- was held on Friday in the IOOF;TM\f r \ tht P 3 TM? ?f a ' , j .i hall. The program under the, Mr ohrection of Mrs. Woodrow ter born December 11. Mrs. William Fair Mary Avenue , Mingc Junc Kurd, also featured a visit from U are U]e paren , s ot a Santa Claus. daughter barn December 11. Mrs. John Matheny, noble! Mr. and Mrs. John E. Jones grand, presided for the business of Mingo Junction are the par annual Christmas covered dish dinner held by the Deborah Circle of the F i r s t Christian |TM s ChUr ° h ' - · ' A' report on the dinner served' ville, are the parents of a . F t . . . . . .daughter born December 11. by members for the Weirton 1 M ° ,,,,,) Mrc wini-,TM M, meeting. Mrs. Virginia as a ber. . Donations were made to shut- ins of the group. Secret pals were revealed during the gift exchange. Future Indicative PAST PRESIDENTS The Past Presidents C l u b of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Panhandle Post No. 2716 will meet on Sunday at 6 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lee Powell of Freedom way. A covered dish dinner and Christmas gift exchange will be featured. Secret sisters will be revealed and all members a r e urged to attend. Mrs. Bertha Ruth is president of the club. -0- St Paul's PTA will meet on Monday at 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Edward Mullavey will preside. A Christmas program will be presented by the first grade. Mrs. Cornelius O'Brien is program chairman. Baker en ts °f a son born December 11 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rogers 1205 1 /;, Clare avenue, Steuben Business and Professional Women's Club was given by Mrs. Carl Clovis. Mrs. Harry Cundiff was appointed in charge of gifts to be sent to the IOOF home in Elkins. Baskets were packed for two needy families. Mrs, on the Mr. and i wmiam line reports. Appreciation was expressed !or the apples given to the teachers during American Education Week. Refreshments were served by Hose Palovis, Pearl P s a r o s, rlegina Heath, Carol Santimar- no, Stephanie Flowers, Marcia Reese and chairman. Kathie Hoffman, Club Highlights HEARTY EIGHT The Hearty Eight card club met on Thursday at the Community Center for its annual airistmas party. Mrs. Vincent Soplinski was the hostess. Gifts were exchanged a n d cards were played. Prizewinners were Mrs. Donald Benzo, Mrs. Joseph Bertha and Mrs. Michel DiStasi. Others attending were M r s . Jack Irvin, Mrs. Ralph Donofe, Mrs. James Molchan and Mrs. John Varitek, Jr. The January hostess will be Mrs. Varitek. STAKDUSTERS The Stardusters 500 card club icld its Christinas party at the Fort Steuben Hotel. A dinner receded card playing. Following the gift exchange, secret pals were chosen for the new year. Prizewinners were Mrs. Milt Blarrkenship, Mrs. Bob Jones and Mrs. Max Flinn. Others attending were Mrs. Gamma Iota Chapter Holds Annual Party The Gamma Iota Chapter ofisonal lipstick favors were hid- Beta Sigma Phi held Its an-l*"- Gayly wrapped Oiristaas nual Christinas Party, Wednesday, at the Weirton Community Center. Hostesses for this event were Mrs. Joseph Endry, social chairman, and Committeewoni- en Mary Jo Williamson, Mrs. Steven Posti, Mrs. Donald Snyder, Mrs. Jules Nagy, Mrs. George Lacik, Mrs. Sal Trujil- ]o, Mrs. Doyle Grimes and Mrs. Paul Gro'-es. Mrs. Edward DeLuca, vice-, president, proposed a traditional Christmas toast t- all sorority members, wishing them "gocd luck and good health" through the coming year and many years, and to remember always to "keep Christ in Christmas". A homelike atmosphere denoting an "Old FasMoned Christmas" was achieved by the social committee with members being attired in formal dress and as hostesses serving punch before dinner a n d after dinner coffee. A gala holiday mood was created using color schemes of red and green throughout all the decorations which were hand made. The piano was covered with a red velvet cloth on which the Bible was placed opened to the story Christ". packages were plaw! under a beautifully ornate evergreen tree embellished with red and white doves, ·wpcorr garlands, peppermint canes, colored paper chains and candles. During the brief business meeting, Mrs. Edward Zagula anrounced that arrangements had been made to present a Chnstams basket to a needy family. Mrs. Paul Duffy, ways and means chairman, distributed the "Cupids Caper" dance tickets. This annuf! Valentine dance will be held February of "The Birth of A buffet dinner was lavishly served with the main centerpiece on the head table being a green wreath with a white dove in flight entitled "Peace on Earth". The buffet table was decorated with a large crystal teardrop candelabrum centered in a green fruit wreath adorned with walnuts, cranberries and pine cones from which extended long red velvet streamers. The side tables were graced with evergreen entwined with red and green velvet ribbon streamers. At each place setting w a s placed individual miniature dec- 6th at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Ticket donations is $3.75, and may be obtained through any sorority member. "Your Voict and Vocabulary Reflect the Inner You" was the program for the evening conducted by Mrs Sal Trujillo and Mrs. Paul Groves, highlighting grcup participation by all sorority members. Poems entitled "Old Fashioned Christmas" and "What Christmas Is" were read by Mar)' Jo Williamson and Mrs. Don Gianni. As is traditional with all Beta Sigma Phi Chapters, rose buddies were revealed during the gift exchange and new names were selected for the coming year, after which the members enjoyed an evening of c a r d playing. Prizewinners were: Mrs. George Lacik, Mrs. Sal Trujillo, Rose Marie Keeker, Mrs. Robert Zatezalo and Mrs. Paul Duffy. Special prizewinner w a s Mrs. Thomas Kinder. The nejrt meeting of Gamma Iota will be held in January. CLUB NO. 4 The Christmas party of the orated candles under which per- Pike drive. Women's Benefit Association Club No. 4 will be held on Monday at 6 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James White, 109 White John !ain, Huber, Mrs. Mrs. Richard Duwayne Sharrow, Mrs. Dave Vaughn and Mrs. Don Barnhart. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Barnhart on Swearingen hill. of Amsterdam are the parent of a daughter born Decembe 11. St. John Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gibson, 705 Pearce avenue, Toronto, are the parents of a son born December 11. , H e Collins reported Washington Hospital . Ti,o lo Ph* r.irio r.i,,h Mr- and Mrs. James Vickcck Rho Girls Club. Meditations were given by Mrs. Donald Keeder. A luncheon was served by ! Mrs. Craig Virtue, chairman; Mrs. Edwin Pearce, Mrs. William Critser, Mrs. Mildred Pearce, Donna Kay Pearce, Mrs. Maddie Kimble, Mrs. Jesse Cole, Mrs. Robert Amos and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. The next meeting will be held on January 8. About Town WANTED! Guitar GUITAK like ne Phon This ad ran 1 time! SOLD Many a musical instrument has found a new owner through the Weir- t o n Times want a d s . . . if you have one your family is no longer using . . . call 748-0006 to pia-c your ad and turn it Into ready cash quick. Everyone Reoc/i THE WEIRTON DAILY TIMES WANT ADS Mrs. Robert Anderson of Burgettstown returned home on Friday from the Washington Hospital. Margaret McDowell of MC-: Donald is recuperating at her home following an illness in the Washington Hospital. I of Avella are the parents of a ssr. born December 11. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoberek, 253 Center avenue, Burgetts lawn, are the parents of twin Doys born December 11. Births Elsewhere CHICAGO, Illinois -- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adelstein, 511 Bronpton avenue, are the parents of a son born December 10 at the Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. Mrs. Adelstein is the former Doris Forgash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Forgash, 160 North 15th street, Weirton. Yule Program Planned For Cove PTA A Christmas program w i l l a?te "' "* Mrs. Robert Lander a^WW* «* aTM m mee 'daughter of McDonald are now' ng TM "' home from the Washington Hos- gj^f^ J^; P llaJ - ,, The program will include play entitled, "Christmas at Punkin Holler" and two play- Workers Class Holds Dinner I The Willing Workers Class of the First Christian Church met] recently for its Christmas covered dish dinner. The prograir was given by Mrs. Stanley Sparks. She read ,he story of the Nativity. Christmas carols were sung y the group. Mrs. Raymond Jrown read a poem "Faith." Mae Greer led in prayer. Invocation was given by Rev. Irnesl Harrold. Games were played and prizes went to Mrs. Pearl Davis, Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. Eva Underwood and Vaughn VanOamp. Advisory Board To Have Guest The Ohio Valley Hospital Woman's Advisory Board will be honored by George B. Byrum, administrator of the hospital, at a luncheon at the Ohio Valley Hospital on Monday, December 14. Mr. Byrum will review the achievements and services of the hospital during the p a s t year and will discuss the ho- pital's plans for the future. The Woman's Advisory Board will meet prior to the luncheor to elect new ifficers for the upcoming year. Mrs, Ralph Ealy and son of Avella have returned home from the Washington Hospital. Mrs. -0- Richard Minda and "Dolls on Dress Parade' "My Dolly Has The Flu.' Music will be provided by the ,, . Rhythm Band. Devotions w i l l daughter of Ayejla_ a ^ JTM ne be led by Tammy Beagle, Pat,,, .,,,, ,,«.,,,,, from the Washington Hospital. Mrs. Robert Miller and son, 203 Charles street, Langeloth, have returned home from the Washington Hospital. _0- Mrs. ,Iohi T. Mitchell a n d daughter of Langeloth arc now home from the Washington Hospital. Nagy will render a s o l o selection. Nothing Ordinary IN HIGHLAND HILLS The Tri-State's FIRST PLANNED COMMUNITY 1«t left Turn South of Market St. Bridge PHONE 748-3838 Florence MacMichael of "Mister Ed" has a hobby of reading cookbooks of all countries--not trying the recipes, just reading them. Alan Hale of "Gilligan's Is-! land' is the son of the late Alan Hale, whose career as a film star began in the days of the "silents." Harold and Kenneth Sinsel, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Sinsel, 300 Wayne avenue, ceie-j [brated their birthdays on Fri! 'day. Harold was six years old and Kenneth was two. Mr. Sinsel is an employee of the Weirton Steel Company. -0- Richnrd Sonson, 235 Ritchie avenue. Weirton, is resting at home following a confinement to the Washington Hospital. 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