Miss Bell is Engaged to Mr. Greene
from a newspaper
Mrs. Fay M. Bell of 1312 ½ Lynn Street, Parkersburg, is announcing the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Patricia Lee, to Robert Clyde Greene,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Greene of Newport,
will take place Sept. 18 at the Saint
Andrews Methodist Church.
is a graduate of Parkersburg
High School and at
present is employed at the Division General Office of the Imperial Ice Cream,
Division of Fairmont Foods Company.
is a graduate of Newport
High School, Newport, Ohio,
and Mountain State College. Parkersburg,
and at present is employed at the Washington County Farm Bureau, Marietta, Ohio.
PROF. RICHARD D. GREENE HAS TAKEN POSITON WITH THE
GOVERNMENT AT NEW YORK.
Greene, graduate assistant in the Department of Chemistry at Marietta College
has resigned his position, effective December 1st and will report
for duty immediately thereafter to the Bureau of Chemistry of the U.S.
Government. He has received an
appointment as junior chemist and will be stationed at New York City. Mr. Greene received the highest grade in his
civil service examination on quantitative chemistry that there is any knowledge
of at the College—99. Mr. Greene
graduated from Marietta
College last June and
soon thereafter took the Civil Service examination. Because of his high record at Marietta, he was
appointed in September to the position of assistant to Prof. E. L. Krause, head
of the Department of Chemistry. His
place at the College will be taken by Ernest Irwin who also graduated with high
averages last June.
Hardy-Greene Wedding Was Brilliant Event Of New Year
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the wedding of Miss Elizabeth West Greene of Newport, Ohio, to Mr. Frank Gibson
of Cambridge, Mass., celebrated on the first day of the
New Year will be of interest here where the bride and her family are well
known. It took place at 8:30 in the morning at the “Greene
Terrace,” the ancestral home of the Greene family. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. C. R.
Vinten, the impressive double ring service being used the young couple standing
before a beautiful improvised altar of palms erected in the living room which
was redolent with the fragrance of evergreens.
There were no attendants, and the bride wore her traveling costume made
of lovely rust colored ostrich cloth with frost velvet trimmings. A small dark brown hat and brown accessories
completed a becoming outfit, and her flowers were a colonial corsage of
breakfast of attractive appointment was served at Greene Tavern immediately
after the ceremony, a mound of roses and gypsophilia centering the table. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy left immediately after the
wedding breakfast for New York City,
and they will be at home at 137
Irving Street, Watertown, Mass.
is a member of one of Newport’s
oldest and most prominent families, well known along the Ohio
River and closely identified with river traffic in present and
past years. She is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. W. Greene and is a graduate of Newport High School
after which she studied at Lake
for Women at Painesville
and at Ohio University at Athens.
She received her diploma from the latter, graduating with the class of
1923. She then took a post graduate
course at the Cambridge School of Domestic Architecture and Landscape
Architecture and is a member of Chi Omega national sorority. For the past few years she has been a member
of the Newport High School faculty.
is connected with the Houghton Mifflin Company of Cambridge, Mass. He possesses an excellent tenor voice and has
been a pupil of the late Augusto Vannini of Boston.
He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hardy of Cambridge.
guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hardy, Cambridge, Mass.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Gist and daughter Jean, Mrs. Elizabeth Greene and son John of
Athens, Ohio, Captain and Mrs. Chris Greene and Captain and Mrs. Tom Greene of
Rev. G. I. Wilson
Pastor Emeritus At 1st Presby.
Newspaper dated Tuesday Evening, January 18, 1949
Gill I. Wilson, D.
D., retiring pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, after serving the congregation for 30 years, was
made pastor emeritus by the congregation at the annual congregational meeting
resolution read by Herbert S. Boreman, said in part, “In recognition of the
thirty years of faithful, loyal and untiring service rendered by Rev. Gill I.
Wilson, and of his effort beyond the call of duty, of his great sympathy and
understanding, of his unending love and devotion to the ministry, of his
sincerity, his magnificent work in this church, in this and other communities,
his teaching and example, his high moral concepts and his noble Christian life
and character, this congregation is proud to extend an invitation to Reverend
Wilson to become pastor emeritus of this church, at the termination of his
told the group, that “Perhaps at times we have not appeared to appreciate the
fact that our own minister was one who kept abreast of the changing times, who
devoted more of his time and effort to hose various matters pertaining to the
ministry than should be expected or required of any man; one whose high moral
purpose and sincerity could never be in doubt; one who has been a leader in
thought and who has taught by precept and example.”
the talk by Mr. Boreman, the congregation held its annual election naming John
Hughes and Dr. C. S. Lytle as elders; George Oiler and Dr. Ray H. Wharton as
deacons and Henry Ruf as trustee.