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Morgantown Dominion News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1958, Morgantown, West Virginia
Roses for mrs Reed from former Pupil a pm the colonel presents a mrs. P. I. Reed Elizabeth Frost who taught English at the University for Many years was presented a bouquet of red roses from a former Pupil col. Francis Fisher executive director honoured guests a or. And mrs. P. I. Reed left were photographed on the grounds of Mont chateau preceding the dinner where the journalism educator was honoured. Photographed with the Reeds is mrs. James Byrum of Wheeling daughter of or. Reed and Richard a. Reese chairman of the West Virginia press association Outing and general chairman of the dinner. Dominion news photo. Of the West Virginia press association. A daughter of col. Fisher miss Diane Fisher is also a graduate of the school of journalism. Dominion news photo fun relaxation High Light Wypa meeting at Mont by Kathie Loufakis Seldom does a newspaper Man or woman relax. The constant flow of daily events involves one so that even in his moments of so called relaxation his mind is unconsciously recording for future Public record. There is an exception however. During the annual West Virginia press association outings telephones and typewriters Are forgotten. As can be seen in these photographs the Wypa members take advantage of every Jno ment of the three Day session. Meeting at Mont chateau this year guests enjoyed swimming golfing and sightseeing. Many toured Lakeview country club. A highlight of the meeting was the testimonial dinner thursday honouring or. P. I. Reed upon his retirement As director of the University school of journalism. Today they will participate in the formal ceremonies re opening the Lodge. Tomorrow they will return to their Homes with notebooks stuffed with notes. My in he ii ski enjoy dinner a mrs and mrs. Malcolm Campbell and Leighton r. Watson right were among the More than 250 guests at the dinner Given by the West Virginia publishing company honouring or. P. I. Reed. Or. Campbell is the general manager of the West Virginia broadcasting corp. Dominion news photo. J a a 3 i my Wmk Mem rom chateau guests a attending the cocktail party preceding the testimonial dinner for or. P. I. Reed were mrs. C. J. Denne of Weirton left to Rightor. Denne c. Vernon Thomas of Baltimore my. And mrs. Thomas. The Dennes and Thomases also attended the dinner where the West Virginia publishing company and mrs. H. C. Greer entertained. Dominion news photo. New chateau chateau of old a come Josephine in my flying machine yes the Mont chateau of fond memories May Well have had that As its theme song. Because kind people Mont chateau the first May we Call the predecessor to the present As the first a was famous not too Long after Teddy Roosevelt and his rough riders stormed a far away place called san Juan Hill and As the years and the carriages rolled along As the a problem child of the 1898 period became the Mother and then the grand Mother As mud in Winter and dust in summer gave Way to hard pavement As the a four in hand gave Way to the one Cylinder a Demon breathing fire a As All of this happened Mont chateau like Many another famous spa gave hospitality to All who came to its portals. Far below in those Days ran the treacherous cheats named by the indians for its deceiving Depths and southward was Squirrel Rock where the most adventurous went to swim and on South the a riffles through which other a Brave vacation lists attempted to take canoes. Yes Mont chateau the first was great. What about Mont chateau the second turn your eyes rightward is there such a terms and read please Mont chateau the second where All Hope there will be the laughter and gaiety of other Days. A refreshing Mecca in a world of turmoil and strife. A Haven in the midst of commotion. The modern Mont chateau the second May Well become that. It was built for relaxation and if those who Are to come Are in the same mood As those who have already enjoyed the facilities of this wonderful Lodge Mont chateau. The second will be a worthy successor to Mont chateau the first. Opened on thursday for the first time fittingly it is the West Virginia press association summer Outing so Honoreda Mont chateau the second bids to attract people from everywhere. In the pictures shown on this Page Are some of those who presently Are enjoying the resort. Too these people for the most part members of the press were the guests at a testimonial dinner thursday night Given in Honor of or. P. I. Reed and his wife. Or. Reed is retiring As the founding head of the University school of journalism. Mrs. H. C. Greer president of the West Virginia publishing company was hostess for the testimonial dinner and the pictures shown on this Page were All taken during this epic making event. Former Morganto Nite a cletis or de left formerly affiliated with the v Virginia University Bureau of information and now on the Public relations staff of United fuel Gas co. Of Charleston dines with another state Newspaperman at tie testimonial dinner honouring p. I. Reed. Dorimon news photo. Dinner guests a mrs. Ralph e. Fisher of Moorefield left to right or. Sam Morris mrs. E. J. Vanliere and mrs. Sam Morris were among the More than 250 guests attending the dinner honouring or. P. I. Reed upon his retirement As director of the University school of journalism. Mrs. Fisher s son Sam Fisher is a senior in journalism school. Dominion news photo. Is that right a when journalism graduates get together Well. Anyway a Good time was had by All. Discussing who s right and who s wrong Are George a. Boucher left to Righta e. Fisher mrs. Ralph p. Welton Stephen j. Flaherty mrs. Flaherty and Neal Gordon. They were among the Many former students of or. Reed who travelled Here to Honor him upon his retirement As director of the University school of journalism. Tommion a e w s photo
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