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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Beckley, West Virginia Two Pfeister and . Of. Cd . Va., Satt Way morning december 28. 1957fayette county school Board owns Modem Headquarters Plant the a Oft coun a r it Ard of Edu at Ion moved into its now Btu garage Oft late th.8 fronts Anc now operates from t Acos v in a a or to part of Fayette Hie twelve years ago ail office Supply and garage rooms were Reed. With the completion of the new building the Board owns All its operating quarters. The three building pro of them in the Block across Maple Avenue from the court Bruise Are valued Well above $200,000 the new garage was built by the department instead of being contracted and thus Cost Only $65 too. It is located on a two i acre plot that was formerly part of the Altamont Hoel property and faces Fayette Avenue and the other two Board buildings. On the front of the building is an office for a. C. Orndorff chief Mechanic. In addition to the Large work room in which repairs Are made the building has a parts room and tire room and machine shop. Behind the building is a Large parking lot for school buses. The main office building Center was bought in 1944 from the new River and Pocahontas consolidated Coal co before housing the Coal company offices it was one of Fayetteville s finest Homes occupied at one time by the late c. W. Dillon an attorney and his family. It now houses Tho offices of the county superintendent amt his staff. Three years ago the Supply building right was constructed. The Long Low building. Into we hich trucks drive to unload. Extends the Width of the Block and is on the same lot a the office building it also was built by the maintenance department and Cost approximately i $60,000. The Power of i it i a j j by Howard Brodie Church to hear activities of churches schools Blind evangelist colleges report Peak population red Sulphur Springs. Dec. 27 Ronsi a a Blind evangelist or. John b. Cunningham of Lynchburg va., will be the guest speaker at the red Sulphur Springs Community Church sunday evening. The presbyterian minister assisted the Rev. A. B. Shiflett in revival services at the Church in the fall. Tentative plans have been Dis-1 cussed in regard to the possibility of enlarging the Church building to accommodate the incr sed attendance in sunday school. The Washington dec. 27 up a j loges and universities set a record enrolment now stands at 140 on record 3,068 000 students enrolled at 730.000 last fall up 0.9 per cent the Roll with approximately 120 in colleges and universities Early from 1936. attender. The Young m the Al Arki the total is expect nearly two thirds of the Stu people s class taught by j. A to swell to 3.460.000. Dents Are men. Long has an average of 25 each reporting this today the office the University of California. Sunday and Bec use of crowded education said an enrolment counting All campuses reposed conditions in the Church some of record has been set annually for the largest enrolment in the a the classes Are held in the school. I in straight years with last fall s lion at 41.598 cording to Long. An architect total 45 per cent above the fall the University of Minnesota for rom Atlanta. Ga., has been con of 1351 a11 campuses reported 35.852 new meted Ani plans for enlargement the report covered 1.890 col York University 31,068 state discussed the architect Accord-1 Leges and universities where fall University of new York for All ing to Long recommend installing enrolments were up 4.1 per cent campuses except the agricultural a Church basement. A this would Over the 2.947.000 listed in the fall and technical institutes 29.883 commodare the overflow in of 19.56. City College of the City of new classrooms a Well As providing Lawrence g Derthick commis York 28.181 Columbia University a Fellowship Hall for Church Din loner of education noted that 26.787 University of Michigan ners and other meetings. The rec the pot cent increase in College 26.370 University of Illinois 25.920 commended space should be 25 enrolments since 1951 compares University of Wisconsin for All Square feet per person and at the an increase of Only about 2 campuses 24,873 and Ohio state a resent time. Our Church has a per cent during the same period University 22.611, vre seven Square in the number of persons 18 to 21 Liberal arts colleges showed sunday nights guest speaker years of age. The biggest fall enrolment in also is a musician and present he added that the a precedent i crease As compared with 1956. A de eight youths in a musical pro cd increase in births during the gain of 6.5 per cent. Junior coi Gram at the Gap Mills Church on 1940s Means that the number of a Leges gained by 6 2 per cent tech dry Ember 17. He is pastor of two College age persons in the Popula nolo Leal schools by 3.4 per cent churches in Virginia one of which to on will Start to climb steeply in and separately organized protests his Home Church. Pc Early 1960s. Sinai schools other than teachers Long a d a a special offering freshman enrolment in the col i colleges and technological schools will taken on sunday evening by 3.3 per cent with the Hope that our building will soon be under youth s table i Rich re Jones of Summersville displays an unusual table lamp he made by using an old style Telephone As the base. He is one of 45 state winners a the 22nd Annua 4-h club electric program. The program is sponsored by the Westinghouse educational foundation which is supported by Westinghouse electric amp wins prize corp., and provides expense paid trips to the 4-h club Congress for girls and boys who have excelled in electrical projects to improve their Homes or farms. Tie winners were among More than 1200 4-h youths attending the 36t.ii National c in Congress held earlier this Mon i j at the Conrad Hilton hotel in i Chicago. Ii Quot of coiled me to i service Vij o wealthy social far wrote Florence Nightingale at 16. The daughter of Lily at a time in England when nursing was considered a few occupation fit Only for disreputable women she made nursing her career. She travelled abroad studying the methods of hospitals and nursing sisterhood. Thus she Wos no romantic idealist but the Best qualified woman in England when the government asked her to superintend the nursing of wounded soldiers in the Crimea. Doing act to ruling herself As Well As spending unbelievable hours on administrative work she became on inspiration and a legend a or ires educators More favourable t Oward t television viewing __5 Church to hold know your Bible i student service by Alfred Froh 1. Christ was called an apostle. True or false 2. Did Psul belong to the tribe of Judah Reuben or Benj min 3. What did Peter say when Cor Nehu fell Down to worship him 4 the Wisp men who were Ledi 111shool senior class by a Star to Jesus were Rich or s Home from schools and co jewish or Gentile i tor the holidays will be universities increased by Only 2 per cent and their first time students decreased by 2.9 per cent. Technological schools had a decrease in first time students by 0.6 per cent. Marlinton dec 27 rns a a greatest increase in first time a student recognition Day pro 5tud�ts was in the separately will be featured at the or a Quot led professional schools regular worship service at the i t s a j n d it a 9 p�?�1 cent Marlinton methodist Church at of it Acher colleges had 4 4 per cent la . Sunday. Members of the i my re first time students Junior and Stu co yes 2 9 per cent More theological and religious schools 2.5 Symbol of Catholic Faith transferred to Oklahoma no and w two Cha on Tea to it vie win of req up Bren a Bac Sui is riled in very la cont in of of e Des ii babe add to j a where and Ren Artie Church notes Artie. Dec. 27 i rns the sunday school at White Oak is increasing at a steady rate. Last sunday 46 attended Friday night i the Rev. H a. Owen of Charleston. Superintendent of the Advent medium. By guiding Christian Church third District de. Choose programs with overed the Sermon to the congregation. It us hoped that a full time pastor will soon be found to take Over the Church services. Bible study is held at the old be role in children s develop i log Church at 7 p. In. Each tent and wednesday night with the Rev a j Nelson Treadway As teacher. J h. Workman is in charge of Devo Sim in. Hoit to mkt Tennis each wows Day. Era District singing a a a to tool re 1? to amp to meet i winding Gull singers meet poor 5. What will become of the nation that will not serve the lord 6 the wicked Borrower has a definite plan. Quote 7. Who built a Gallows for another Man. And was hanged on it himself 8. God condemns honoured the Rev. Herbert Pennington ii. Pastor has announced that a new years exp communion service Well be held in the auditorium from 7 30 to 8 30 tuesday. Members of the Church or per cent More colleges 2 4 per and Liberal cent More. Arts i and youth let us instead try to an 1 the greatest values from this ked i appealing Atti children 1 any greater discrimination and by assenting this Strong interest with of do other desirable activity we May Silty discover that to c n play a positing Lints was j a Ion. A at the first Bap it of North Beckley sat unday beginning at each Day. Are requested to a. I Dubois will deliver at la a in. Sunday. Is is president. The winding Gulf singing convention will meet with the congregation of the first Baptist Church of Stephenson at Stephenson tomorrow. The announcement was made by the Rev. A a Young the Stephenson Church. Church yol the sing Fayetteville. Dec. 27 uns i a youth groups from the Baptist methodist and Presby visitors i Terian Church went caroling Sun revelling and wishing to worship May come at Day night. The 159 Young people drunkenness True or false and Gmo during the hour the Sang for the shut ins of the town 9 Solomon s Temple was built in Church organist and minister will under the direction of mrs. Evelyn How Many years0 he present. I Hilton and mrs j. C. Blume. To. A Call upon me in the Day of j what does the lord Promise to do what does he expect me to do Bible answers i. True. Hebrews 3 1. 2 Benjamin romans 11 1. 3 a stand up i myself also am a act 10 2526. 4 Rich. Gentile. Isaiah 60 3-6 Matthew 2 9 12. 5. It shall perish. La Ai h 60 12. 6. A the wicked borrow eth and Saveth not psalm 37 21. 7. Haman. Esther 5 14 7 9, to. 8 True galatians 5 21. 9. Seven i Kings 6 38. 10 a i will deliver thee and thou Shalt glorify psalm 50 15. Prague. Okla. Dec 27 a Symbol of the roman Catholic Faith leaped the Iron curtain to establish itself in this Little Central Oklahoma town. More than 300 years ago the infant Jesus of Prague shrine was established in Prague Czechoslovakia. When the communists took control of the country following world War ii the shrine disappeared. A replica was erected by papal decree in this town whose residents Are predominantly of czech extraction. Pilgrimages Are made monthly by Oklahoma catholics to the Little shrine at St. Wenceslaus Church. Visitors have come from All parts of the country and foreign nations. Many have sent petitions by mail. At the shrine catholics an asked to offer prayers for world fee amp Norf / j to to c ni/1ren government Dan Delegate re it Glt it in March. 1 8 the n school Junior dare Baber Lay hew to rep a know your at Charleston Observance is the sponsored by education of informing i throughout the St government and ties of the repro1 de to state office. H a student cited Summersville dec 27 rns i Steve Mcmillan. Set in of pastor of or and mrs Bernard Mcmillion has been chosen As one of la Glenville College students for a who s who among students in american College and universities a Junior his major Fields Are physical education and English j he plays football and baseball w As president of his class for two i years a member of the varsity a go a club. The student Council Anet the a holy roller court mock Fra termly. He is spending the holidays Here with his parents student to speak Union. Doc 27 rns it Kenneth Harper 1937 International j foreign youth Exchange student i to France will be in Monroe coun to Jan. 6 and 7. Harper will be guest speaker at the 4 la leaders and Counselor so quarterly meeting to be held at the Union methodist Church Jan. 7. He will also speak at some of i the county High schools on those fates. Harper is from Franklin and has been Active in 4-h club work for Many years before being selected to represent West Virginia in the Exchange student program at present time he is a teacher at a Morgantown. Tully. Kneeling in front Are Sally Hresan arid Susan Phillips. Youths pack lifts for needy c Hildren packing g its for their a adopt i Linda Koontz Mary Elizabeth cd children Are left to right hash. Margaret Ann Phillips Tana Toler David m Clancy j Ann hash Mary Wood and Betsy Church class a adopts to children Fayetteville dec. 27 rns a the Pioneer sunday school class of the presbyterian Church a a adopted to children As its Christmas project. The children Are living in a Foster Home As wards of the department of Public assist Nee. West Virginia or tin purpose a Hool students the about state line of the hints be elect by the voters. The class brought gifts for the a i adopted children. They also collected used toys games and books. Instead of receiving the usual treat from the sunday school the Money w As spent on Candy fruit and nuts. The gifts were delivered to the Home by a group from the class. Included were All the things the children had asked for. Other members of the class who find Mil what cart Saul a nil j�?�1 Oion a studeht., to find Gunthr Jimmy Toler Rick Hesse m by k. , Mary Martha Hasley instead of drawing names at the Ellen la ado Sandra Dummitt Christmas party each member of Dawn Girimont and Batton. The children a names and Ages were Given to the class by a child welfare worker. A visit to the Home was made to find out what eat child wished Christmas tree. Three take test Summersville dec. 27 rns a three senior boys Russel Taylor Joe Summers and Irvin Moore took a College aptitude test recently at Charleston High school for the mining engineering scholarship sponsored by the Johnstown Coal and Coke co. Two scholarships Are awarded each year. One award is to tie made for those eligible from the state for study at West Virginia University. I peace and the defeat of comm Nisan in Addison to prayers of their own choke. The Vatican designated the replica a National shrine two years ago. A the infant Jesus of Prague is a very old Devotion a explained the shrine director the Rev s. H. Kleman. A and it is having a very great revival in this he estimated 1.590 to 2.000 persons visit the shrine each month. The history of the shrine father Klicman explained goes Back to 1620 when a statue of Hie Christ a child was presented to a Carme 1 Lite monastery by a Spanish Princess with instructions that As Long As the Symbol was venerated the carmelites would flourish Quot and the carmelites have flour shed through the said father Klicman. A your Church too is i flourishing because of the inf it Jesus of a copy of the original infant Jesus of up gue stable is enthroned above the altar in St. J Wenceslaus Church. Around that Cut Urt Yard outside i Are a Large Monument of the Madonna and Christ child a Monu men of the infant Jesus ruling Over the us Lri. 25-foot tall cruel fix and 14 stations of the Way. A Quot Quot Honor students plan programs Summersville. Dec. 27 rns three programs on the meaning of the organization ser j vice. Leadership and character i have been planned by the Nicholas county High school Honor society. A they Are to be Given soon. Janet Westfall is Leader of the first group which will present a panel discussion on the meaning of the society. A freshmen will be invited chairman of the leadership j group is Cash Mcclure. This group will present a movie a High school your Penny Nichols Heads the character group. The Rev. Kemper p11ch, pastor of the presbyterian Church will talk to tile juniors who made the Honor Roll and the society members. A movie a toy Tiger Quot will be shown april 19 by the organization. Two Oak Hill delegates to attend convention Oak Hill dec 27 rns miss Leda Lou Morton and muss Beverly Buras will attend the sixth quadrennial youth convention from the Oak Hill presbyterian Church the convention will be held dec 28-31 at the University of Kentucky in Lexington by. The nature and Mission of the Church Quot w ill be the theme of the convention there will be outstanding shakers movies dramas Bible study and exhibitions

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