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Morgantown Post (Newspaper) - January 14, 1960, Morgantown, West Virginia The Morgantown tost i Hiir slav afternoon Jan. La l%0 Stock Market finally rises electronics Lead general Advance new York Stock quotations la . Quotations $3.5 million continued from Page i deaths new York up a the Stock Market got is head above water today after six straight sessions of declining prices. Trading was moderate. Prices wednesday made two attempts to get on the up track but the reactionary forces kept the upper hand and the list finished lower. Many in Wall Street anticipated continued pressure on the list today what with rumours again spreading about an increase in the discount rate after the close. However Many investors found numerous issues attractive at the Low prices following the recent sell off. Electronics issues led the Advance with ism up 3 and Texas instruments and Beckman both up around 2. Autos featured gains of More than a Point in Ford and Stude Baker Packard. The latter has discontinued merger talks with Oliver corp american motors Rose nearly i. Dupont fell around i a in a mixer chemical Section. Leading new Vork urn air reductions Allegheny Uritam Allied chemical Antis Chalmer american airlines american it an american american electric american motor american Tri Anaconda Armour Atchison task Bendix Bethlehem steel Boeing air brigs. Manufacturing Canadian Pacific celanese Chesapeake a Ohio Chrysler corp Colgate Collins radio Colo r air it in Umbria Gas it Ommon Edison 11 Mao Edison consumer Poiser Continental can Curtiss Wright i u Pont Eastern airline Eastman Kodak Eaton mfg Erie Railroad Firestone Ford motor general electric general foods general motors Goodrich tire a r Goodyear Tira Grace w r great a p greyhound Gulf Oil Harbison Walker Hoffman electric Ingersoll Rand inter. Bus. Mach. Inter Harvester inter. Nickel inter Tut ones a Laughlin Joy manuf. Kennicott Lehigh Portland Loe Glass loess a Lone Star Cern. Lori i lard Mack trucks a stocks 7714 up 514 up whup 35�?T 4 up 2j a do 42 a s 48&Quot, in up 82 4 up 65 a 35 s up 26 up 68 4 up 52v up Sih up 12 4 up 25 i 30�?T� up 67 h5> up 3t in no in 32 up 304 58 a up we 1 up 55 4v 4 up 294 up 258 31�?T up 1034 up 434 in 124 in 132 in 84% up 934 up 103 up 32 up 75 up 45�?T 43v 39 21 333 up 5v a in 26 80 my in 494 up 106 up 36mi up �?�24 in 434 up 94t� 29 i 66< up 29 in 29 a it up 504 in up up Monsanto chemical Sih Montgomery Ward in h i National aviation 26> w in ,4 l4 National biscuit 54 up a a National Dairy 47h up 4 a National distillers 34 National Gypsum n j Zinc 56 up 4 Al up new York Central 29&Quot a up Norfolk amp West ioo1� in 4 n North am a 37 up Vuk Olin Matteson Sov up <4 to Owens Corning f Iber to up i i Owens Iii Glass Lorrie in v�?T4 fan Anter Airl 21�?T a Park Davis 42h in h Penney Steres 124mi up >4 �?~4 Penn Dixie Cern 31 lip >4 Penn Ola Sand 33 y up a a Penn it 26 up a Penn or 16 in up i cola 37 up <6 be Phillip pet 4514 in �?�4 in Pittsburg steel 21a up a Procter amp Gamble 87 in a Pullman 67 a in �?~4 it radio corp America 637 a up is a a Reading Railroad Republic steel 174 71 in ii 4 Reynold Toh 57-34 in >4 it a Richfield Oil 76 a up i Schenley 34 i up 4 to Schering sear Roebuck 73 up 4 48�?Ta in % a Sinclair Oil 52 n up a a so Cony Mobil 40 4 i Sperry Rand 234 4 Standard Oil Cal 471 up l4 % Standard Oil my 43v up <4 h Standard Oil n j 48up >4 % Standard Fri Ohio 53 4 in to Stewart Warner 30 4 up <4 Studebaker Packard 224 up a Swift a company 454 up a Tenn a Tran 35 up a Texaco 794 up tvs tide water Oil my in 14 it Timken roller b 65 v4 in �?~4 t Mon Carbide 145 up 4 Quot ii i med aircraft 39 4 up a 3lk United airlines it up 4 a United fruit 30 up v4 a United state rubber 59 up �4 a United state steel 95 up a 4 i w est Penn flee 34�?T up a West a p k p 52 4 up is Western Union 54> in 2 Westing air b to up 4 4 Westing Filer 103mi up a. A Wheeling steel 58 4 up v4 Woolworth store 64 up r4 a a Youngstown sat 1274 in 4 is Zenith 109 4 up v4 alumni continued from Page i 25 cents continued from Page i steel issues firmed Universal Oil verify English faculty added Sido products Rose in in the oils. To her memorial to judge e. G. Training centers. All would be de a Westinghouse helped lift the in Pierson to increase it to $500. Signed to fend a helping hand to Austria average with a Rise of miss Board has Given the fund a some 0f Tje states unemployed round 2. Minneapolis Honeywell lout of $1,070 in three contrib. A w Underwood asked ii and Minnesota were other. Bon listing. To direct i 0 Thom with of upside features with gains of Apt. Kemble White of Clarks m it uts t0 pm Burg a former alumni president More than 3 each. Western Union fell around in increased his fund total to $800 As a company official denied Jtj Senate president Ralph j. Bean a Hardy set the Mode for his there Wert any merger talks going on. I Fairbanks Whitney Hupp corp. And a. J. Industries continued Active. The noon Dow Jones Stock averages showed 30 industrials at a $100 supplement. Chamber. He Felt elimination of other $100 gifts were received j f xxx purchases from the 2 per cent consumer sales tax As Sug from mrs. Louis d. Corson Washington. Do. Total now $250hugh e. Jones Fairmont total now $200and f. Paul Chambers Charleston while Sterling n. Vines Memphis tenn., contribute 659.12 up 2.68 20 railroads 156,64,. 7 a. A it n 4a it Ai cd to Ahi Stock valued at $93.25 to in avoiding any major tax changes up 0.40 is it Dixie. M.7s up 0.01.icimk Hota a ,21, j5 and 65 Stock. 215 .0 up Charles c. Wise jr., Charleston sales to noon totalled 1.400.000 gtd i a Fase ,0a, shares As a Amsl 1.420,000 shares a Kew Philip w ekr it har. Seton brought his contribution up to $100 with a $25 supplement tested by Underwood would be the Hardy county Democrat said it would create Many administrative problems and added he was inclined toward re i lots Burgh produce Pittsburgh api umm a produce supplies moderate trading fair. Apples 6 cars Market steady until the study commission ports next year. House speaker Harry r. Pauley d Mcdowell made it known other parts of the program would be supported. Pauley said some even on Reuben Lee. Former president thing had to be done of the alumni associations bait a temporary or emergency basis Quot More chapter gave $75, while or. And revealed his support for the Charles a. Bowers Cleveland most part of the governor s a. By baskets u. S. I 2v4 in up Ohio made a $25 a element top fans. Romes and starmans 2 of car-1 contribution of the emeritus removing taxes Underwood tetons tray packed delicious 125s"hick now has Given the revived favourable reaction on most and larger 3.25-4 00, Romes 72s und 289 25 2.75 w. A stay mans 125s and larger 3 00-25. Potatoes 28 cars Market about steady. A. 50 la sacks unwashed various varieties i 55-60 other parts of the plan. No decision continued from Page i reds continued from Page i Harri Quot res Virginia Smith. 91 of 47. Dallas Strain died wednes Day f Nan rift May rail at la Mast Ings 6 in rat mom after 7 30 Jim thur Adav we re funeral service will he conduct. At .3 pm saturday both re Aldr a Walla Rural will be Iii Pisgah cemetery met on Nell. Daniel w former Morgantown i Radiant. Did wednesday at the Walnut a no nursing mom in Fairmont friends May rail at the Hasting funeral Home f Nav after i pm Lar item Wilt a conducted at the funeral hum at i to pm sat Urdaz with or Hobart shield off rating Rural will Boliow at the Bay j fairly Hills Mamou Garden Ferrell. Aril he 97 of 92 Chari Yasemia died thursday fun a Al a Ervun will a at 2 p in saturday i at the Fred i Jenkins memorial it Hap #1 with the Bas Joseph Kelly official i ing Hana will to in Beverly Hill. Memorial Garden friends will a received at the funeral Home after a ii a in Friday w huf. Mrs mat v Martha. M. Of Kingwood died wednesday at fission memorial Hospital friends May rail the morning session that got underway around 9 30 o clock. My destructive mean of warfare it is assumed that the alumni which has come to be recognized i group was asked to express ital in recent years As the Central sentiment on the football coach problem of disarmament. Khrushchev a announcement today has Little bearing on this problem. His emphasis on disarmament a Means of making propaganda out of necessity. The necessity authorities Here said. Arises from the fact that As a result of the loss in birth rate in world War ii the soviet Hyre farm and deeded to the court some time ago. Is located in the county a Milroy District. The Bill represented one of the so called local items Underwood included in his legislative Call. Another local House Hill by dels. Dorsel Smith a Putnam and Mike Casey a Cabell would establish a new judicial circuit the j 29th, embracing Mason and put Nam counties. Terms in Mason would begin on the first monday in january May and september and in Putnam on the first monday in March and second monday in july and november. Del. W. T. Brotherton or. D-1 Kanawha and House minority Leader George h. Seibert or. A Ohio introduced three Bills Gen j orally to adjust certain court fees for civil actions in line with new rules for civil procedure to be of j feet Ive july i. One Bill would establish a single $20 fee for the docketing of a civil Case by a circuit court clerk but also would raise certain other charges clerks May assess. A second would provide a taxation of statute fee a court clerk May charge of not less than $10 nor More than $20 in any civil action. Law now provides for different fees in actions at Law and chancery cases. Brotherton and Seibert also sponsored an alternate Bill which would repeal the taxation of stat Ute fee. Again those technical Bills were among items in Underwood s Call. Sen. Arch w. Riley a Ohio offered today two resolutions seeking to make additional matters items for consideration during the current session. Except for the budget and items in Underwood s Call the legislature May consider Only such other matters As it specifically votes to take up by a two thirds majority of the elected members of each House. One of Riley s resolutions would pave the Way for a Bdl to increase from $8,500 to $12,000 the salary of the Ohio county intermediate court judge. The other would permit introduction of a Bill to exonerate county boards of education their individual members and their agents from personal liability in refunding of moneys collected under a 1957 tax later ruled unconstitutional. About to county school boards took advantage of permissive legislation which enabled them to place into effect a to called privilege tax on the recording by county clerks of deed and certain other instruments. It t several have included in their subsequent budgets Money to i make necessary refunds but Riley i has explained that a question has Arisen As to whether the boards can refund such Money without incurring personal liabilities. Kenneth Roby Kenneth Roby 31, of Glades Ville died tuesday evening at Newton d. Baker veterans Hospital in Martinsburg following a Long illness. A son of Lemma Holmes Roby and the late Earl Roby he was born March 22, 1928 at Glades Ville. He was a member of the George. D. Jackson Post no. 56 of the american legion in Kingwood. Surviving Are his in o t h e r. Three Sisters mrs. Velma Porter j of Effington mrs. Lois Perrin of South Gate calif., and mrs. Elev in Roby of Ionia n. Y., six Brothers Vance of Ionia n. Y., Bryan of East Rochester n. Y., Russell of Nunda. N. Y., and Glenn of of. Morris pa., Lee of Lake Orion Michigan Keith of Reedsville. Lydia Mcdonald Roush mrs. Lydia Mcdonald Roush 80. Of 169 Dunkard Avenue Westover died wednesday in Vincent Pallotti Hospital. She was a daughter of Henry and Louise Long Mcdonald. Mrs. Roush was born in Shinnston feb. 16, 1879. She was a member of the Christian missionary Alliance Church. Survivors include one daughter mrs. Harriet Kinsley of Morgantown one son f. B. Red Roush of Morgantown one brother Charles Mcdonald of Shinnston i one sister mrs. Elsie Swiger of Shinnston two grandchildren. Her husband. Wyatt f. Roush preceded her in death on Jan. 5, 1960. For the past 12 years with a daughter mrs. Mabel Simmons. Mrs. White was born aug. 5, 1874 in West Virginia. At one time she resided on Rowlesburg Star route. Her husband was the late Charles n. White. Survivors include five sons Harold b. White Guilder White and Gordon White All of Baltimore Thomas e. White of Ashley Ohio and Stark White of Marion Ohio five daughters mrs. Pearl Whalley of Farmers. A. Mrs. Mabel Simmons of White Marsh my mrs. Guy a. Deakins of Rowlesburg mrs. Mamie Lewellyn of Pittsburgh mrs. Madge Edmondson of Birmingham Ala. 29 grandchildren. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Wesley methodist Church the a pcs and the senior citizens of Monon Galia county. Survivors include a daughter miss Lorena Harris Morgantown a son Milford g. Smith Wilkinsburg pa., seven grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Her husband Joseph s. Harris preceded her in death in 1937. Hospital notes Mary Martha White mrs. Mary Martha White 80, of Kingwood died yesterday evening at Preston memorial Hospital. She was the widow of the late Edward White and for several years had made Home with a brother Dewey Moore mrs. White was born May 17, 1879, in Preston county a daughter of the late William and Savilla Jane Ridenour Moore. She is survived by three Brothers Dewey of Kingwood and James and Marcellus of Terra Al to. Arlie Ray Ferrell Arlie Ray Ferrell 67. Of 921 Charles Avenue died today at Vincent Pallotti Hospital after a Long illness. He was born oct. 7, 1892 at White Plains w. Va., the son of Benjamin f. And bask tie Ayers Ferre. Survivors include four Sisters mrs. Grover White Morgantown mrs. Carl Wiant Parkersburg mrs. H. G. Mccarthy it. Pleasant Ohio mrs. L. S. Street. Masontown three Brothers Oakey Ferrell Morgantown Edward Ferrell Grantsville and Bruce Ferrell Masontown. Boundary dispute settled out of court my situation one news source reported a Rumor that the Board of Rover nors May withhold a definite de is construed rather As vision on the Lewis matter until a later Date the seven member Board went into secret session at 11 30 am and even barred the University i director of information David w Jacobs from the deliberations ,. The athletic Council voted �?obl0# 15 Havel pin pm Quot pow a unanimously dec 12 that Lewis s ,a8 not be rehired As coach for the twice before in recent years next season. It is made up of soviet government has an a six members including three trounced manpower cuts totalling faculty representative. Clos t0 two million men. The Crit-1 the Council had considered its i Cirn was made by the u. S. Gov As Early As nov. 21. The emment etch time that there a at the kit a Williams f funeral mom i Date of the closing football game no Quot a to Tell whether the Many �r#i<iksnund<latw3p,m Quot vile a i a mtg with Citadel but had delayed men actually had been demo a sex Temah voting at that time a i ii of from the Western View Mountain i it presented president Stahr Point the most important element j an order dismissing the Case of h. L. Thomas is. The City of Morgantown was entered this morning in circuit court. H. William Largent former City solicitor stated that agreement had been reach with attorney William c. Fernley who represents Thomas regarding settlement of the Case. The Long standing suit originated Over a Boundary dispute in which Thomas claimed the City was trespassing on hts property with the new Decker a Creek sewer line. The City claimed that the line was not on the Thomas property. Terms of the settlement were not announced. Joseph d. Moran Joseph d. Moran of Belleville. Ohio died suddenly yesterday while at work in Mansfield Ohio. He was 49. Born Jan. 31, 1910. At Tunnelton he was a son of the late Eddie and Flora Plum Moran. He is survived by his wife mrs. Mary Teets Moran three sons James Robert and Laray. And one daughter. Judy a1 at Home two sons by a previous marriage. Roy and Fred of Wheeling three Brothers. Clarence of Morgantown Okey of new Bright pa., and Eddie of Aliquippa. A. One aunt mrs. Martha Mcginnis of Clarksburg. The body was removed to the Kiger Williams funeral Home in Kingwood where arrangements Are incomplete. Mcelroy Stewart Mcelroy Stewart 75, of 759 Garrison Avenue died at 11 05 wednesday morning at hts Home following a Long illness. He was born nov. 27, 1884, at Stewartstown a son of the late Ephram and Beuna Haney Stew Art. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of it Marion. Pa., i and of the Spruce Street methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Jessie Stewart one daughter mrs. J Mabel Wolfe of Morgantown four grandchildren one great grandchild. Thomas r. Barrett la Thomas Ralston Barrett ii. 44. Of 824 Johnson Street died wednesday in Monon Galia general Hospital. Born dec. 31, 1915 in Vivian w.va., he was the son of Thomas r and Mary Cecelia Barrett. Or. Barrett was a Mason. He was employed by the Christopher consolidation Coal company. Survivors include his widow Phyliss Mac i Sherwood Barrett a son Thomas r. Barrett Iii Morgantown a daughter Cecelia Ann Morgantown a sister mrs. Irene Woten California and three nephews. Friends May Call Aftret 7 . Thursday at the Davidson funeral Home where arrangements Are incomplete. Daniel w. Mcconnell Daniel w. Mcconnell a former Morgantown resident died wednesday afternoon at the Walnut Street nursing Home in Fairmont after a Long illness. Born in new Castle a. He was the son of Daniel and Margaret Mitchell Mcconnell. He came to Morgantown in 1902 and was associated with the old Marilla Glass Plant. He was Active in the Glass Industry in Morgantown and Clarksburg until his retirement in 1940. Or. Mcconnell was a member of elks Lodge 411. He was preceded in death by hts wife Susan in 1942. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Aaron Oliker Clarksburg mrs. J. N. Wittenberg Huntington a sister. Mrs. Margaret Hemphill new Castle and five grandchildren. Monon Galia general or. And mrs. Glenn Norman Barr of Wadestown a son at 11 13 . Wednesday. Or. And mrs. Halbert Ashworth of 513 Madison Avenue a daughter at 12 57 . Wednesday. Or. And mrs. Tarance m. Wilson of Kingwood a daughter at 2 06 . Wednesday. Or. And mrs. Elroy Clifton Henry of route i a daughter at 8 03 . Wednesday. Surgical patients include Karen Irene Tennett of route i Morgantown or. George w. Phillips of 336 Dorsey Avenue. Medical patients include Audie Martin of 14 Spring Street Milo Moon of it. Morris John pro Den of Dilliner pa., b. Bayard Brubaker of 222 Wilson Avenue and Virginia Lee Konchesky of Star City Bonnie Lee Huggins of Uffington. Volunteer workers for Friday include mrs. Clyde Brand mrs. John Hartley mrs. T. W. Williams mrs. Ted hash and mrs. W. G. Mar Stiller. Consider continued a rom Page 1 the thaws and freezes caused the damage. Council will probably contend i that the damage was not cared for several Days and the escaping water was responsible. A or. Prince would like to repave the whole Street since it is one of the older paved streets. He wants the bricks removed and the Street repaved with asphaltic Concrete so that it will tie in with Willey and High its. He has approximated the Cost at about $5,000. A water commission estimate for Only repairing the bad Section is about $3,000. One Way or another the Street will probably be on this Summers paving program on the budget for the new fiscal year. Meanwhile if you re driving on North Spruce take it slow and easy or you la have a big repair Bill staring you in the face. Vincent Pallotti or. And mrs. Percy Gale of Masontown a son at 12 42 a in. Thursday. Surgical patents include mrs. Helen Dick of 357 falling run Road. Medical patients include Johnny Haines of 63 West Jefferson Merle Wiles of 501 Grant Avenue Marjorie Musgrave of route i Lillian Whitehair of Cassville and Thomas Sanders of route 6, Volunteer workers for tomorrow will be mrs. Frank Lestor mrs. Joe Bandiere mrs. Earl Dixon and Mary Hollis. Longest big ten scoring play in football last fall came when Bob Sud of Michigan state intercepted a pass against Michigan and ran 93 Yards. Important announcements cd family continued from Page i Eva v. S. Harris mrs. Eva Virginia Smith Harris. 91. Of 475 Dallas Street died at Poole nursing Home wednesday. Born dec. 6, 1868, at Little Falls i w. Ashe was the daughter of Joseph h. And Maria Reed Jones. She was the last of nine children. Mrs. Harris was a member of at 231 Chestnut St. In the k. Of c. Building and office hours Are 9 to 5 monday through Friday. Mrs. Miller reiterated the purpose of the United fund Agency Board Quot the traditional function of the family service Board is to inspire Community Confidence in the work of the Agency to assume responsibility for the provision of adequate finances and to be accountable for expenditure of funds to relate the serv ices of the Agency to the work of other agencies and to concentrate on improving Community conditions and to take responsibility for formulating general objective policies and p r of Grams of the Agency for the promotion of Strong family life. Preston memorial surgical patients include Doris a. Matlick of Tunnelton and Fred e. Livengood of route 3. Bruce ton. Medical patients include Georgia Herndon of route i Tunnelton. Volunteer workers yesterday were leis Hall and Genevieve Hartman Odd Fellows meet at Hall ., Jan. Nth. To attend services for brother Robert Frank Lin Morrison. Noble grand John Gilbert. Watch Nils column every Day notice of importance to you will appear her regularly in the Dominion Nwa and the Morgantown Post. Important announcements a re of interest to you. Read them every Day on this Page in the and Morgantown Dost Pittsburgh eggs Pittsburgh Apuada a eggs prices to retailers Market steady supplies of Large and jumbo ample to More than ample i mediums adequate demand slow 1 to fair. A Large White 40-47, mostly 43-44. Brown and mixed 38-44, mostly 42 44. A rued White 36-42. Mostly 37-38, Brown and mixed 35-40, b Large White 39-40. By scoring 42 Points during 1959, new York giant halfback Frank Gifford moved to within 17 Points of Ken Strong a g i a n t Mark of 351. Oldest and leading Flower store in thi City thi Itoh that service built is sprue Straat dial 1411 if a i v j i in i it of 6ion#. A of in Marion a died wednesday a Hemni funeral tars be win be at 2 saturday at the Conn funeral Home in it Marion Wuh the Rev or Clar Derby or feel acini interment will fellow at i Vei Green memorial Camelet Taft mar Ion with a written Bill of particulars of any disarmament pact with the supporting its recommendation soviet Union is the policing sys for the dismissal Trineer coach. Of the Moun rack Bob record Cortina Dalpezzo Italy up a an italian team cracked tem. A claimed Cut in soviet military strength under the conditions of secrecy which exist in the soviet Union serves to emphasize the Point Ray Berry of the Champion Baltimore Colts caught 66 passes for 959 Yards and 14 touchdowns during the regular National football league season. Flor1se Duliere Florise Duliere 92, of it. Marion died wednesday evening at Somerset Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was a former resident if Morgantown. Or. Duliere was born May 5, 1868 in Jam Appes Belgium. Or Duliere held a life membership m the elks Lodge in Morgantown. He also was a Veteran Glass manufacturer in the it. Marion area. He is survived by one son w. H Duliere publisher of the it. J Marion news and one sister j Estella Les Ever of Dunkard ind. Sie to Alice White mrs. Alice White 85, of White Marsh md., died there tuesday. She had resided in White Marsh Kobi. Kenneth. 31. Of Clarini ult. Pied tuesday evening the body was i moved loth Kihei Williams Pinter Al heme in where of Henri. J of olympic bobsled track rec May Ceil until noon Friday la body Lawill a taken to the Gidarie Vitle Hap Ord for the second time in two o Hoe Antii u2 tun#0 Elah be i right is when Sergio Zardini led his fencing team was developed i n j no Rev h n Bartlett or glad four Man team Down the course in 1927 under the coaching of Yussef Vine officiating interment la the 1 Glat Beeville cemetery. Michigan state s first varsity uhf w so r or Kilt it a 75. Of ass Garrison Avenue died wednesday inner Al services a to a at it p in Satur i Day at the daring funeral Horn with1 the Rev Stacy Grose up and the v. W Archer officiating burial in sit Union a meter. Friend May Call at the funeral Home after 7 pm. Thursday Roi in. Lydia m. Donald. 8�. Of West Over died wednesday. F Riend May t Ali at the Allamong Williams Home j for f Antral after 7 pm thursday. F funeral Aero res will be held at the funeral Home at 2 p in saturday with the five t j Chimes and Rev St i h Carr officiating interment in Rev j Erly Hui memorial Gardena Morrison. Robert Franklin 84 of 3d i i Verdal Street died tuesday funeral service will he at i p in Friday at Fred l. Jenkins memorial Chapel with the Rev. F Irwin Smith j officiating. Interment will follow at Oak Grove cemetery. Friend i May Call at the funeral Horn after j noon wednesday i he Odd fellow Ridge member will serve As pall i hearer i mire Glenn am. Of Pittsburgh. A. Died monday evening funeral a or vices will be at 2 p in. Friday at leering funeral Hunt with the Rev Walter iring Intel Merit will follow at Arnett is Vil 11 cemetery i Friend May tall Al the funeral Horn Ajer ? wednesday. A huf Ilia mice. Iof who Marsh. My died tuesday fund May Cal St the f in Watson f funeral Home in Terra Alta after 2 pm thursday funeral services will by at my Olivet lutheran Church at latin Ridge it la a in. Friday with the in marry if Davis officiating burial in of ii vet it e met try at Lam Ridge. Like Watson f funeral Home of Terra aug Job viral a. One minute wednesday. 16 and 7-100 seconds Walla an agricultural student from Egypt. Evangelistic crusade january 13-24, 1960 7 30 each evening Cuzzart Pilgrim holiness Church Between Bruceton Mills fir Lennox evangelists a musicians a singers Hostetler family All Are invited foul a scr poster stereo i i and record players values from $29.95 to $364.95 a All models reduced. Richt Down the line Reg. $199.95 i Reg. $29.95 Reg. $159.95 Zenith Zenith Zenith Ster equip pm Al record j i i i i player now below with Weed Cabinet with 40 Welt output our Cost arid 7 speakers 149�?� s19f>.$ sjq�3 we re glad to be Back on your grocers Dairy shelves and make our products available to you the Public once again. When you prefer Chico Dairy milk and ice Cream you get the highest Quality products from Morgantown a Only locally owned Dairy that has been serving this Community for 30 years. If you do not see our products in the Dairy Case of your favorite grocery. Be sure to mention it to the manager and we will be Happy to serve him. We will also be Happy to serve you if you desire Home delivery. Just phone 9433. Prompt courteous service the also several other comparable bargains Flowers to a ii Quot Morgantown s Home owned Dairy 331 beechur5t ave. Phone 9433 454 High or. Next to the of fir m. Bank

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