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   Weirton Daily Times, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1956, Weirton, West Virginia                               TAGE TWO VFW to Further Youth Program In Cumberland By A.lei Gordon Times Stari NEW CUMBERLAND Vetee- Foreign Wars, Post 35M, met at the home on Chester street, on Wednesday evening with Com- mander Jake Baxter presiding, A WM held on the furthering ot the Youth program previously adopted by the Post, Members unanimously voted to accept Paul regular mem- ber o( the post. A cash contribution to a charit- organization was voted the local chapter o( the American Red Cross will be the recipient Nominations ot officers were held and the following were nominated for election: Commander John E Mitchell; John Powers and Alex G or d o n; Command- er, Blalne Channing, joe Hodcr and Fred Staleyj Junior Vice Commander, Robert Clark; Quar- ter master. Bums McNeil and Hen- ry Hill; Chaplain, Ernest Ander- son; Post Adpvcate, John D: Hcr- ron; Past Surgeon, Dr. J, K. Fish- er; 'Trustee for three years, Jake Baxter. Elections will be held 'at tl next meeting March 58. on Wednesday, Members of the Kail-view Grange assembled in the Grange Hall on Tuesday evening with Hillary John- ston, Worthy Master, In charge. W. C. Huff, chairman 'of the project committee, reported results of a committee meeting. One hundred dollars will ht spent for books for the Children's Home, Huff reported. A new sign for the Grange will be erected. New kitchen equip- ment will be purchased and the Grange kitchen renovated. Necessary equipment fto r the Volunteer Fire depart- ment il sought and will be con- tributed to this group. Members discussed the ways and Means for financing of these projects. One) pita] in Boston, Miss. Her intense interest in nomemak Is evidenced by the fact she jumped from second 10 fourth year economics in her Junior-yen in school the only atiideri In the history ot Weir Hijh schoo to Achieve that honor.- jWeir High school will receive set Encyclopedia BriUnnola li recognition of West Virgin The -W winners and the I advisors vrill convene In Washing ton on April 8. They7 will tour th capital before going to Williams burg, where dressed in r Ionia costumes they will beconie part of the hornemaking scene of day past. The ollmax of the trip will b the Philadelphia banquet. Here on of the state be )h troduced to the nation as the All American Honiemaker, The final selection win .be .de termined on the original test scor Ing and Ji personal interview Witt the contestant? Science Research AsKociates de signed the test which Ihe girls throughout nation took In th Individual high schools. 3f the Grange are plan- ning a banquet for trie Hancock County Soil Conservation Group on Wednesday, April 25. Walter Gum- fb'el, former Hancock County Agri culture agent, will be the principal speaker. Campbell Hcrron, lecturer, held a St. Patrick's day program opened with the singing of "My Wild Irish Rose." A skit on in- come tax was discussed by Mrs. Herrbn and Mrs. Beulah Cupp. Reading on St. Patrick was by Mrs. Beulah Hill and a talk on rules was given by Mrs. Charleo' Mills. A game, "Kiss the'Blarney and R. spelling bee com- posed of Irish words was enjoy- ed by the, group. Martin Fahey, VVelrton Attorney, was the guest speaker. dwel- led on juvenile delinquency and stressed the seriousness of the pro- blem. Lunch was served at the con- clusion of the meeting by the So- cial committee In charge of Mrs. Ear! Pugh and Mrs. Thomas Cun- ningham. The next meeting will be Tuea- day, March 27. __Q__ The Building Improvement committee of the Point Pleasant Methodist church met on Monday, March 12, ln the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus McQuiston, Wil- ey Ridge. The immediate project under consideration is the renewal of the church roof. Some have been re ported end pledges m'ade, to sup port the project, The goal of th commltlee Is to raise WOO. An every member canvass is be ing planned .to raise Ihe funds nee essary for the restoration. Those attending the meeting were: Cyrus McQuiston, Mary Jon es, Mrs. Jack Kelly, Mrs. Har old Jones, Miss Ethel Ross, and the minister, Rev. Kenneth C. For- dyce. Lunch was served by the hos tess, Mrs, Cyrus McQuiston. 'Compulsion and Consent" wl1 be the sermon for Sunday at the Trinity Methodist churen. K e y, Kenneth Fordyce is the pastor. A covered dish dinner will bo icld by the Men's Bible .urlng the Lay Leader of the Al- legheny District, "Welgel of Mew Brighton, Pa. The rr.en: are nviting their wives to this month- ly affair, as they-inaugurate7 the use of the renovated kitchen. An invitation has also ixen ex- the Men of the Point church, wives On Thursday, .March 22, an in- formation .class will vbe held for all those who are being received into the church on Palm Sunday, March 25. The. class will begin a-'. 8 p.m. in the church. Mrs. Donald Flckea was hostess to Uie members Jolly Eight Tuesday evening at her home on Chester street. t Games and the playing of cards was featured and prizes were a- warded'to Mrs. Stanley Chelock and Mrs. Janet Glover. Lunch was served at the con- clusion of the party. DeWble, two year old daughter of Mr. and M rs. Don Edgell of Hard in Run, New Cumberland, was admitted to the Weirton General hospital on Tuesday for tAeatment and X-ray. The child fell' while playing In her yard and fractured a bone In her right leg. SOVJET (Continued from Page One) remained secret. And hundreds of plain-clothes police and agents ol MI-G, Britain's super-secret serv- ice, foi'med a security guard across London. USE CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 185 You'll fEEL Safer BE Safer WEIRTON DAILY TIMES. WtlRTON. W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 19M secretary; George E- KEY PERSONNEL (Continued from Page Oaf) Mis, Thomas, Tag ,Day; J o h n Sorrentl and T r e n't Olarrocchi Bowling Match; Joseph R o d a. k Basketball Gome; Richard Wil ilamson, business" team; Jack C Robinson, advance -gifts; Mrs Mackson and Mrs. Ballato, Cancer Cusade; Weir High Key club midnight show; and Mrs. Soisson mail solicitations. A number, of- volunteers have al ready signified their desire to as sist in the campaign. Several or ganlzations are planning to spoil KOI- benefits for tl'ie hind. have offered their services to as sist in various ways. The -typing classes at Weir High School under direction of Mrs. Steve Shiarita wil again prepare for mailing the let :ars. of appeal to organizations and to Individuals. The Cancer Crusade which was nstltuted several years ago by Ihe Weirton Junior Woman's Club has Uways. brought iii a large portion of the general returns in the Can cer Fund of "the county. An Increase of 8.3 peripent In ;oals is. noted for in the county .'goals as 'assigned', by the iVest Virginia Cancer Society, Inc., n affiliate of the. American Can- cer Society, Inc. This makes the ptal quota for the state The sum of was collected i the state last. year. Chairman 5ut that the pi Wlttpennj has -.pointed pviblic has been''giving inerous and growing to he annual ci-usades.'35. the na' :onal c a m p a I g n the American Cancer Society raised -in 944 and ten years 300. In 1958 the figure was 00 and this year the goal is In 394S not more. than a million .ollars from all sources was given o research. Tills year 'the 'Sociaty lone devoting about Facilities for th cancer have more USED CARS ALL STATE INSPECTED 1955 FORD Fairlanc town sedan, Fordamatic, radio and heater, tlOOC grten artf white _..................... T I 77.) 1954 FORD Crestline V8, A dpor, overdrive, ra- dio arid heater, Clean......................................... research, realm en t of han doubled in the last'ten years. Last year the ACS could grant scl- nllats .only two of every .three lollara ihey needed for researqh. The against cancer 'Is ex- panding .vigorously.- With the m- rease of contributions, the tempo 'f the attack mounts. As more money is given, there is more re- earchj better.service for pallehts, effective education. Today, in If of those who have, cancer ould and should be saved by early iagnosis and 'prompt, adequate While knowledge about cancer is mproving, about 40 percent of Ihe coplo In a recent survey could ot even name one of cancer's Inngcr signals. Only one In three >ad had a' checkup tor cancer. Jew techniques of communication, lew films and dramatic exhibits spread-life saving facts through- out the United States. Last year more than cbples of cancer's seven danger signals were distributed. Magazin- es, as a public service, and with- out charge, carried the ACS ad- vertisements to a circulation of more than Newspap- ers, radio and television have been generous in carrying messages ol hope about cancer to the public 1954 FORD Customlinc 4-dr. V8 Fordamatic, radio and heater, one owner. tl WSW, tinted glass ..............._. H395 -052 DeSOTO 4 door, radio and heater, automatic transmission 2 CHRYSLER New Yorker V8, torque drive, radio and heater. "Low mileage door, fluid HEARING FRIDAY (Continued (ram Page One) Friday moi-ning, but t noon, preliminary hearing wa waived. Appearance bond was sc Ln tho case and preliminary heal ing was set for Friday. It Is expected that both men may be bound over for Grand Jury action; on Friday with bonds es tablished In the cases. 1951 FORD Custom V8 2 door, over- 'drive, radio and heater ..._ _.' CATTRELL MOTOR CO 3SM St. INSI i> SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HANCOCK COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS First Methodist Meeting Slated j The -Senior MYF sub district' council will convene'at Ihe First Methodist church on West street .2pm. on Sunday. Plans for future activities will bo made. On Palm Sunday: and Easter Sunday, (wo nioimng worship ser- vices wilt be held. The first ser- vice will begin at 8 a.m. and the second 'at lOva.m. The Oi-.jinance wilt be adrn :slered at these servides. New members will also be received into t h e church. "The Fifth Word" is the sermon topic to 'be delivered by Dr. Mansberger at the 10 wor- ship service on Sunday. His sev- mon topic for the p.m. wor- ship service will be "Faith and Junior church will be in session at a.m. and 'Sunday School will be 'held immediately after the worship service. Meeting at 5 p.m will be the Intermediate MYF and the Senior "MYF Council! The ular meeting of the Senior MY? will be held at 6 p m Meeting on Tuesday at i 30 p m will be the Isabel Thoburtfj Circle and the Naomi circle p.m., Ihe Commission on Educa- I Obituaries JAMES W. DOAK NEW CUMBERLAND Servic- made ill's. Charles Clutter, will be held Fri- day 2 pm. in the Stewart and Turley Funeral Home with the Rev. George Stewart officiating Burial will be in the Union Cemetery, Pugh'town. i. CATHERINE .81. BROOKS Mrs. Catherine Marie Brooks, 77, of 161 Owings street, died on Wednesday p.m; in Weirton General Hospital where she had been a patient since last Saturday. She was born in Pittsburgh ori April 30, 1878, daughter of the late Michael and Catherine Woj- nar and came to Weirton m'-1939 from Pittsburgh. She was a mem- ber of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church; Her husband, William died In 1617. Survivors are: two sons, Jam at. and .Walter of Pitts- burgh; ,a daughter, Mrs. j a o.o b Kmieciek of McKespqrt, Pa.; 11 grandchildren; Friends may'eall at the Schwer ha'Funeral Home after 6 p.m. .to Wednesday's ineetiiigs include the mis-week prayer serylce al p.m. Uie choir rehearsal at p.m. The junior choir, will practice at, a.m. day. Nominations At Brooke VFW Nominations for election of officers In Brooke Post 4496 of the, Veterans of For- eign Wars were conducted at the post meeting last night. The elsc- will ,be .conducted Wednes- day, :March 28 with polls open from noon -to 8 p.m. NomincRs Sam West and Clyde Knowles Donald for commander; Sr., senior vice- commander; Howard pha.be and Joe Sheets, junior vice com- mander; Jack Carey, post advo- Hargus Christopher and Joe ilills, chaplain; Oscar Fitch, 'Leri Thomas Tout and Rob- ert Brooks, three year trustee; Dr. V. T. Booher, Dr. Paul Jones and Harry Davis, in, post sugeon. HILL, OTHERS (Oonfimied From'Page Ono) set up the test suit. _ Gov. William c. Marland, who appointed William R. IJaird, as Kll gore's temporary successor, has not yet said definitely whether he will seek the office himself. day. Services will be held Satur day 8am in St Paul's Church With Rt. Rev. Msgr. William Jr Lee. officiating.: Burial will be in St. Paul's Cemetery. PAUL B. SIEDENBURG Local friends have' just leapicd Of the dr_ath of Paul Eugene Sled enburg, 51, resident of P in Bern ardino, Calif formci employee of the Si inch mill ot Weirton Steel Company During his local rest-' dency, he had lived on Lindbeig and -Mrs. Hilda "namely of Brad enton, Pla. Cervices were held, in the Shav Chapel and the body ivas then shipped to Bradenton for burial SIRS. MARY BIASTJCCI Services for Mrs. Mary Biasuc of New Castle, Pa. for merly of Well-ton, will be held Friday 9 a.m. in St. Michael'; Church, New Castle. Burial w i 1 be: in the St. Vitus Cemetery, Nev Castle, Mrs. Blasucci died Tuesday 1 a.m. in her home after severa Illness. Her husband. John preceded her "in death. She leaves two. daughters, two sons and ele ven grandchildren. W. J. O'Kar ma is a- brother and John O'Kar ma and Mrs. John Micklos of Weil- ton are nephew and niece. Friends may call at.the DiCavbo Funeral Home in New Castle. MRS. JANE SMITH' TORONTO Mrs. Jane Smith 84, of 806 North Third street Friends :may call at the Paislej Funeral Home. EMAfETT CRISS MINGO JUNCTION Wjlliarr Red Cross Home Offers ._ Helpful Assistance Red Cross. Home Service In Weirton assists in 'the solutions to >ersonal problems quickly and ef- iclently. personal prob- cms Is Invited to consult the Home talk over'the prob- cm Jn strict confidence. The Hom'e Service department stressed that oftefr talijnfr over at proble.m, solves jt5 Assistance In securing aid cernjng servicemen may be ob- aineq by calling' 1278 Anyone not hearing from a ser. vlcemari in a long'time.-may 'ob- aln services from the local group The organization can send a mes- sage ,or obtain valuable Jnforma- lon. Services In obtaining leave for a service man. during an iemer- gency or serious illness may be secured from .the group. Verifica- tion of facts concerning the ser- yfceman often assists In securing leave. In applying at the local offic- es, the worker will find out whe- ther the help requested is avail able in the community and an- pojntments with the organization will be secured. Only military departments can g r a n t.-emergency, leave, grant hardship discharges or Issue cas: ually lists. 'A solicitor 'on Weirton Heights slated "One reason. I want to do all I can for the Sed Cross Is that I have seen what.the group does. The Red Cross came to our. aid when we were distressed by flood wafers and lost .everything wo had." never the Rod Cross for their help and financial family "recently receiv- ed financial aid after tlrelr home was .destroyed by fire and', were thankful of the aid received. This Is the time for fund rais ing; and membership campaign for the Red Cross and afford the op- portunity for every citizen to join The purpose of the Red Cross'i service is to.help people to help themselves. It .is not too late to contribute to. tbis humanitarian cause. Sug- gestion is made lo mall contribu- tions or to-answer Ihe .door when the Red Cross worker'calls. Choir Honors Retiring Officers Pleasant Valley Country Club- house was' the scene Wednesday night of the annual banquet ol the Petar Krslich Choir honoring n- tiring officers, The piogram included tahen on choir thps and program presentations of choraK group. Bert Dojnovic, chairman apd his ways and mean committee, were in charge of the Folk singing to music by the Silver Strings, a tamburitzan or- chestra of -this community. The unit also played special selections for entertainment of Ihe assembl- ed members and guests. Honored were; Bess Painkovieh, president; Barbara Dojnovic, vice president; Dorothy- Banda, secre- tary; Burt Dojiovic, treasurer; Nick Karas, librarian; Wallace Dudnyk, director, and Mrs. Dud- the Very Rev. Paul Zelich and Mrs Zelich of Holy Resurrec- tion Serbian Orthodox Church, Steub'enville; and the retiring com- mittees. Places were set for sixty mem- bers and guests: PICKENS (OonUnued B'romJPage One) dent. Choice of the winners and alter- nate, known only to the com- mittee, will be determicd accord- ing to qualifications as stated, Student Application, B 1 a n k, the Recommendation Blank and the High School Cumulative.' Record Card. The projeci has been named for the popular youth who died as a result o; head Injuries .received when he was nit by a baseball in a practice session, in the spring oi 1955. A number of other living memorials have been instituted in the school arid the community tor Chad who was a junior In the school. His mother, Mrs. Clarit Pickens, Is a member ol -'the school faculty. Kmmett Cnss, 3S, of Emery aVe nue, George's Hun. Friends may pall at the Hoff Funeral Home. MRS. CLYDE SAUVER Mrs. Clyde PTA Committee to Meet at McCoys Mrs. John Brosky, chairman, his called a meeting of the Ways and Means committee of >S'e Broadview Parent-Teachers' Association, for H p.m. today In the home of Mrs William McCoy, Denise drive. P.ast projects will be reviewed and.new ones discussed. .lliam R Siedenburg1 assistant vi6e president of thfe Weirton Steel in the safes department, died on March B a result of head m juries received von; February 29. The ear'.of. the .former local mar was reported to' have'been struck' from the rear by anothei car with such an impact that it Hit a utility pole thowmg him to the concrete He was a. resident of 2-t8 -East Tenth slreet in San go ing to that city 12 years ago He was a manipulator in a blooming mill at the Kaiser Steel Plant. Survivors are his Vivian; a daughter, Paula., ('of San Bernar- dino; his mother, Mrs.' Ella Sied- enbtirg of brother, Max of cocoa; and two sisters, Mrs. Marvel CHnc of Oneco, Fla pita! Rt e 50 am today. Friends will be received m the McClavs Funeiai Home from 7 to B p.m. today to 4 and 7. to 9 p.m. or Friday Sei vices will be held in the chapel Saturday 2 p.m. with the( Revj Gordon K Boak officiat- ing Burial will in the Locust' Hill Cemcterj, Chester., Tlie University of Alabama Ex- tensioiUService says that ordinary furniture cleaneis or even treated "dusters may harm leather furni- ture. It should be cleaned with saddle soap, rinsed with a damp cloth and dried thoroughly. Then use-a leather-condtioning dressing. USE CLASSIFIED 1954 BUlCK Special Riviera Hardtop Radto and heater, 182 horse- power V8 motor, panoramic windshield, beautiful willow tnd baiffin green. Stats Inspected and guaranteed! KUSICS MOTOR SALES INC 4040 Main St. Phone 35G Am I a Political Tool in This Coming Election? Read Me in This Paper Tomorrow John B. Camilli Democratic Candidate For Sheriff Pol, Adv. 12QO Wrirton, W. International FAMOUS MAKE Complete service for 12 Reg. on ihii famom You Ret, tveryihing piciured 12 dinner dinner forks 12 in ihc Once in each generation comes a silver pattern, so beautifully proponioned, so ex- (juiiilely designed as this homemaker'j dream I Permjneni MIRROR finish never needs polishingl It embodiej all the flawless characteristics of truly fine tableware from one-piece forged knives to the deeply embossed pattern I Never before at ihis !ow pricel Sleiib. 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