Newspaper Page Text
Friday March 17, 1922.
PIKEVILLE CATLETTSBURG PAINTSVILLE. Local and Paraonal. ' Mrs. Ed Holley of Ashland was the ajuest of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bales for a, few day this week. Miss Helen Corbin entertained the Arachne Club at her home on Seventh street Thursday evening. Sewing was the diversion of the evening. At 10:30 dninty refreshments were served to the guests.' - Mrs. W. H. Price and Mrs. J. W. Cocklll were hostess to the Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian chitrih Thursday afternoon. Officers w? re elected for the year and plans made for the congregational supper. PRESTONSBURG Womack-Carpntr. A special from Winchester says: "The marriage of Mrs. Martha D. Wo- .. mack of West Liberty and Millersburg, to Mr. Sanford C. Carpenter of Millers burg, was solemnized at the home of the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Thomas Perry, at 8:30 o'clock : Wednesday evening. Dr. C. C. Fish er of Millersburg College performed the ceremony. The bride Is the widow of the late Clay Wade Wumack, one of the leading merchants of West Lib erty. She was ' connected with the Millersburg College, going there with her children, was president of the wo man's war work In Morgan county. She Is an accomplished musician, a church worker, is highly cultured and otherwise attractive. ... . "Mr. Carpenter is a horseman of wide reputation throughout Central Kentucky and elsewhere. He has many "trophies won by his horses both out of and In Kentucky, is a director and stockholder of the Millersburg Bank and an ardent Democrat. The bride was dressed in a navy traveling suit of polret twill with gray hat and gloves and her corsage bouquet was of ward roses and lilies of the valley. After the ceremony a supper of five courses was served in the dining room "The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Car penter, President Fisher, Roger C. Womack, Ruth .and Virginia Dan Wo mack, Mr. Thomas, Miss Vivian Ken dall, Mr. and Mrs. Perry. The bride and bridegroom left for a trip In the South and will be at home In Millers burg after April 1." Mrs. Carpenter is the daughter' of Hen. J. P. M. , Davidson of Floyd county and is highly esteemed by her many relatives and friends, Th Banquet. However miich our men failed at the other meeting ot- tb,e , Father and Son week, they redeemed' themselves on banquet night. Counting father and on and they were both there 182 Mat down to the feast and listened to the addresses. Court Newt. The case of Wells vs. Harris, suit on account, was decided In favor of the plaintiff. Miles F. Blextoh. vs. Monro Polen. suit on account, was decided in favor of defendant. Mrs. Josephine Mays, wife of Joe Mays of Little Paint, tried in Judge Williams' court Wednesday for lunacy was adjudged of sound mind and or dered taken home. Local and Personal. Dr. M. V- Wicker of Wayland and vr. 'CnarieB Biurf-iu oi oarreu were in the city Monday Mrs. Virginia Lusk and daughters entertained the Y.W.C.A. and Aid Society of the Baptist church last Friday night. Both societies were well represented. . A delicious aalad course waa served and, enjoyed by all pres ent. D. B. Patrick of Salyersvllle came here Wednesday on his way home from a trip through the Bluegrasa. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Archer attend ed the funeral of Rev. Charles Martin at Paintsville Monday. Mrs. Joe M. Davidson was in Paints vIHe last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Garland Rice. . Judge D. W. Gardner of Salyersvllle arrived In Prestonsburg Thursday to attend court.. He hag been appointed by Governor Morrow to act as special judge in a case to be tried in the Floyd Circuit . Court. Prestonsburg Poet. CANEY AND JATTIE We are having some fine weather for this time of the year. The sick of our community are im- Haskel Thompson and James Shiv- Mlsses Golda and Lucy Thompson it week. Henderson Thompson, who has Been f with pneumonia, is improving. L. Lyons and family passed thru Jtown last Monday moving to s creek. We are sorry to see them ji they are good neighbors, r Chafflns has returned home I Whitman, W. Va. hert Hlllman made his usual call M. Hammond's Sunday. Is Ruby Brainard attended church l.i place Sunday. Chafflns spent Thursday even- 1th Grace Hammond. . Iter Webb attended church at lunday. . Hlllman was at Hlcksville re . TWO CHUMS. h NAME IN THE PAPER. n or woman likes to see his lr ""paper and the edl ' : ' Some say they Slut do they? The or a young man In. "I waa intens- iotlce of my en- Y"I cannot ten Is. I was posl nce was cha- jagrinea. mow jne paper sing, lied in busi-,-uch. "How f replied the ?sed.' did." Fraud It Charged. Leo Jobe was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Leo Nicholson and Bent to Prestonsburg. Ky., on a charge of ob taining money under false pretenses. Leo Kaln, constable, was In charge of Jobe, and it was reported here that the latter had escaped while enroute to Prestonsburg. . Marriage Licenses. Wm; Kanee, 24, fo Carrie Terry. 18, both of I'rinceas, Ky. Oliver T. Kinner, 19, to Bertha Black 28, both of Buchanan, Ky. Will Move Into New Home. Mrs. Blanche Mims and Mrs. Maude Walton are remodeling their property on Lower Broadway and expect to move into it at an early date. This is known as the old Marcum home and was the girlhood home of Mrs. Mims and Mrs. Walton. Move To Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and ' Mrs. Monte ' Magann and two daughters, Mary Florence, und Helen will leave Monday for Dayton, Ohio, where they expect to make their future home. Mr. Magann owns a large garage there and also has charge of the Ford agency at that place. Death Of Jamas Powell. Relatives received word of the death of Mr. James Powell of Hutchison, Minn. Mr. Powell, who was 81 years old was born and raised here, leaving for the West sixty-one years ago. He was an uncle of Mrs. James Finney. H was a brother of the late Mrs. William .Smiley of this city and his death luiiowea ncrs tour years laier to the day, both dying on February 14. He was also a brother of the late Per ry Powell of Huntington. Two sis ters, Mrs. J. M. Finney of Burnaugh and Mrs. Stiff of Minnesota, are the j sole survivors of a family of eleven children Mr. Powell spent two months here the guest of relatives two years ago. Mr. Sagravea Filled Pulpit On account of slight illness of Rev A. P. Keyser, pastor of the M. E. Church, Soutth, which prevented him from filling his regular engagements Sunday, John M. Sa craves, a member of the church, preached .both the morn lng and evening sermons. While Mr. Sagravea is In fact, an ordained min ister, his activities have heretoforf! been confined to work in tthe church as a lay member. His appearance In the role of pastor came as a surprise to some of the members, who were not aware of the fact that he was to sub stitute for Rev. Mr. Keyser. How ever, his efforts were rewarded In the unanimous verdict of his audiences that be preached two a'ble and elo quent sermons. Mr. Sagraves is much interested in Y. M. C. A. work as well as the church, and during the war he spent two years in France as a secretary ef this organization. New Commonwealth Attorney Her. Hon, Fred M. Vinson of LouIfo. the newly elected commonwealth attorney for the 32nd district composed of Law rence, Carter and Elliott counties, passed through here on his way to Sandy Hook where on Monday he and the new Judge, Henry L. Woods, of Olive Hill, will hold the regular March term of the Elliott circuit court. While here Mr. Vinson met and conversed with several old and admiring friends who are pleased over his recent elec tion. Mr. Vinson is perhaps the young est Commonwealth Attorney -in the State. Though still young he Is re garded as one-of the ablest lawyers in this section of the Bute. He form erly lived and attended school here. He later graduated from Centre Col lege and its law department as well. Though his district is republican in politics he was elected as a democrat by a large majority. Local and Personal. Mrs. J. O. Wells and Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Splane Of Paintsville were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Buckingham of Ashland. Mrs. Jennie Sharp Hager of Chat tanooga, enroute home from New York where she has been visiting, will stop over in' Ashland for a short stay with Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Hager of Winchester avenue. Miss Dora Bridges of Eikhorn City and Mrs. Rice of Betsy Lane, who at tended the District Conference at the M. E. Church last week, have return ed to their respective homes. While here Miss Bridges was entertained In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Thornbury and Mrs. Rice was enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burns. Miss Nora Conley of Ashland was an overnight guest on Saturday of Miss Maxie Yost. Mrs. Josephine Rice has returned to her home at Louisa after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Frank Tyree and Mrs. George Mason. Dr. and MrB. A. P. Gibson and three little daughters of Huntington! were tne guests or Mr. ana Mrs. w. Myers of Ashland on Sunday.' WILBUR Ora Travis, who has had the flu is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hays were call ing on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson Sunday. Bird Childers was calling on San ford Bayes Sunday, Mrs. Amos Cordle Is improving very slowly. Mrs. Stella Travis has been spend ing a few days with her mother, Mrs. Amos Cordle, . Esta Dixon, Sarah Pack and Mrs. Zeal Hays were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Dock Travis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thadeus Cordle were at Cordell one day last week. Miss Jettie Hays waa vlBltlng Mrs. Carrie Hays last week. Misses Lydia and Emma Dixon of Georges creek were calling on Miss Esta Dixon Sunday,; Ora Travis was calling on Kay Estep Sunday afternoon. ham Steele of Cordell was calling on Tbad Cordle one day last week. Proctor Ross paid home folks a vis It last Sunday. Miss Carrie Travis was calling on Mrs. Rosa Bays one day last week. BROWN EYED GIRL. Rice-Wright. " Miss Virgie Rice, a native of John-son-co., and a daughtter of the late Ben Rice of Riceville, was married last week In Ashland to Dr. Sanford Wright, who is also a former resi dent of this county, coming from the Red Bush section. . Miss Rice has been with The W. E. Faulkner Company, at Ashland for a number of years as stenographer. She Is one of Johnson county's mmt popular young women. lr. Wright i a tlentift and has a large practice ina Ashland. He Is to be congratulated' on his wtse choice. Evangelist And Party Arrive In Paintsville. Rev. and Mrs. O." H. Callis and I'rof. B. O. GrenfeU arrived In Palntxvlilc Wednesday morning from Worthvllle, Ky., and are ready for the big revival which started Wednesday night In the M. E. Church. The evangelist and his wife are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. -W. Turner. Attends Funeral. John H. PreBton, Jr., who la attend ing school In Louisville, Mrs. Sallie Rice of East Point and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Rice of Denver, were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preston'. They were called here to attend the funeral of Rev. Chas. Martin, who died In Florida. Rev. Chas. Martin Dtad. Rev. Charles Martin died at Arcadia Florida, last Friday of paralysis and the remains were brought to Paints ville for burial. Rev. Martin had re quested before his death that his body be brought back to Paintsville and burled by the side of .. his wife who died in that state five years ago, and her remains brought ack for burial. The remains were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones, personal friends of Rev. Martin. Mr. Jones was here five years ago with Rev. Martin when the remains of Mrs. Martin were brought here for burial. The Paintsville Masonic lodge had charge of the funeral and burial. Ser vices were held In the Missionary Bap tlst church, the Rev. Bolton having the services In charge. Burial In the city cemetery. Rev. Martin was tthe first pastor of the Missionary Baptist church of this city a number of years ago and built the present church in which his fu- neral waa conducted Monday. While pastor of the church here he married M-s. Kate Rice, afterwards moving to Florida where he had charge of dif ferent churches. He had many friends In Paiitsvll'e, ird although he labored in other held he always claimed this city home Paintsville Herald. as his YATESVILLE The protracted meeting at Morgan's creek Is am.ounced for all this week The meeting is being conducted by Itt vH. McOluiig, our preacher in charge and Kowland Hutchison. David ' Hu- lett and Adam Hat-man. It is said that there have been several conver s:ons and there are yet several at the altar. , All of our wagoners say that in sev eral places from here la Louisa the mud is unfathomable. Robert Elkins, one ef our neighbor boys. Is on the sick list at the home of A. Coilinsworth, Ben F. Bentley and Bonnie Carter are at work on the telephone lines en lower Cat's Fork and the Miller Branch this week. The growing wheat and rye la look lng fine, but the acreage sown is rain er small. Our mail service la excellent, eon sldering the condition of the road. Bristow Roberts and family are now domiciled in their new home. E. W. Wellman will go to Logan. W. Va., at an early date. He is going to work in a garage. A deputy sheriff passed up here one day last week with a man In tow who It is said had been Indicted in the Car ter circuit court for the nonsupport of his family. J. W. Elklns attended a lodge meet ing of the Masonic fraternity at Lou isa Monday night. Miss Marie Riley has been visiting friends and relatives at Webbvllle for some weeks past. The oil business is still a rather dull issue. A considerable amount of the pipe through which oil was running had to be moved on account of the work of the road construction com pany. The pipe line company Is al so removing some of their telephone line to make a way for the road bed. Mrs. James Casey is starting today to Collinsdale, W. Va., to see one of her grandchildren who it is report ed has a case of double pneumonia. Send along our good old NEWS, the Home Circle Column is worth the price' of the paper. COUNTRY GREENHORN. Dirowing a Monkey Wrench Into the Machinery allowing eye-disorders to go without lorrection is much the same as throw Jig a monkey wrench Into the ma ihlnery. Often serious damage Is rreugbt te , THE EYES by such carelessness er neglect Ad examination by our expert oculist, who Is also a registered pbyslolan, wlH of ten reveal such disorders and make possible their correction before toe ate. Don't wait See us at ' once LAKE POLAN, M D. Huntington Optical Company 324 9 St. Huntington WALLACE REID ELLIOTT DEXTER MONTE BLUE THEODORE ROBERT8 THEODORE KOSLOFF RAYMOND HATTON I MATTIR I SMOKY VAI.IJRY I Church at this place Sunday largely attended. .Sam Kturglll of Louisa passed thru here recently. Frank Moore surprised his friends i Saturday by' bringing In his beautiful bride. Mine Klva Hays. Dewey Moore called on friends at Wilbur Sunday. Bascoro Moore and CharlrS' Cornell of Cordell and Misses Vertlo Daniel and Jewell Ball were dinner guests Sunday ef Misses Stella and Bertha Moore. llurns Ball returned homo from from Louisa Saturday. J. D. Ball was transacting business in Louisa Friday. Willie and Unworn Moore called on their best girls Sunday. - Miss JetUe Hays spent the Week-' end with Mrs. Roy Hays of Wilbur. Miss Stella Moore spent the week end with Mrs. jay Moors. .Thomas Berry of Ellen was on eur creek recently. Luther Caudle called on his beat girl it this place Sunday. Miss Hazel Moor spent last week with friends at Cordle. Rev. Scolt Daniel and daughter, of Nippa, spent Saturday night with Jay .Moore and family. 1 ew Is Moore was In town recently. Let us hear from Davisville. MRS. GRUXDT. OVERDA Clem Evans died a few days ago. He leaves a wife and two children, fath er, mother, four brothers and three :eters to mourn the loss. Bro. Berry attended the burying. G. H. Leadman spent Sunday , night with the Clevenger 'boys Little Maxie Ctovenger Is on the sick list. Miss Martha Triplet Is spending a few weeks with her aunt at Overda. Miss lOlvie Crabtrre and Mies Mar tha Tripfet were the over night guests of Mrs. E, M. Clevenger Sunday. - Mrs. Johnnie Diamond and Mrs. E. M. Clevenger attended the burying. MIbs Martha Triplet attended pray er service at Catt Sunday. Oscar Diamond was calling on Iran cieek Sunday. Willie Diamond was at Overda Sat urday. Garnet Diamond passed here enroute to Catt Sunday. A: H. Crabtree waa calling at Overda Saturday. " Mrs. Stella Crabtree was calling n Mrs. Ethel Crabtree Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Jobe Was calling on her brother, .1. M. Dalton Sunday. Miss Eliza Johnson is on the sick list. Mrs. George Evans, who has been jick, is better. Mrs. Nellie Adams and MrlCIWITe Adams were calling on Mrs, E, M. Clevenger Friday. ; . :, . Leo. Clevenger and wife are export ed home soon. Watson Triplet was at Overda one day last week . Rosco Diamond of Daniels creek was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Bill llol brook Saturday night. Born, to Rafe Hoi brook and wife, a fine boy.. Watson Triplet was calling on Bob Diamond Sunday evening. Norman Adams purchased a One orse from E. G. Plnkerton. J. M, Dalton passed Overda Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary Jane Crabtree waa call ing on Mrs. E. M. Clevenger Friday. Mrs. Delia Webb and Mrs. Minnie Webb attended prayer service at Catt Sunday. Tommie Jobe paused here enroute to Irish creek Sunday. Bob Diamond and wife were call ng on their son Thursday. Geneva Wtlks was visiting her mother who Is on the sick list. Mary Leadmon attended the bury ing Thursday. . Miss Hermia Pink visited her sis ter Saturday. Brother Berry and wife will go to housekeeping soon on Twin Branch. Uncle Billie Holbrook andi wife were calling on their daughter. Mrs. Hcnon Triplet Thursday. THREE CHUMS. Ray Gardway, of Parkersburg, W, Va., and Not Lakina, of Newel, W. Va., are here to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. M. I Carter. GAR D E N T HEATRE Friday Night, Saturday Mr 1 7-1 ft Afternoon and Night, AVian 1 AO CECIL B. DoMILLE'S GREATEST PRODUCTION . The Affairs of AnatoT With the Most Imposing Cast Ever Assembled in one Photoplay. Note the Cast! GLORIA 8WANSON BEBE DANIELS WANDA HAWLEY AGNE8 AYRE8 POLLY MORAN JULIA FAYE The above is a real-life story pulsing with thrills and clad in thousand beauties, acted by the greatest cast of noted players ever brought together en the screen. You Can't Afford to Miss It. 10 REELS 10 ADMISSION: 20c and 40c. I I Our Sunday school waa largely at tended Sunday. Mrs. Mart Hay Is visiting relatives' In Portsmouth. Bro. Lindary Cyrus filled his ap. J polntment at the Myrtle chapel Mtin. d"?- Mrs. (. L. Diamond called on her daughter a: Deep Hole Branch Sun- i-rank Martin spent one night lajt week with bis brother at this p!a .Miss Irene l'lckiell paid home fola a few days visit. The Mttu"k Hays entertained a fer of Utv'.t friend Sunday. Mr? Il&rr.non lioherr called on Mr. O. L. I'lainond Monday, Allen Huirhlson, Mona and Lona I'tgg attended Sunday school here Sunday. Miss Garnie Diamond Is spending few days with lUttle Thompson at Evergreen. Milt Uradlry attended Sunday school here Sunday. H. K. Sparks called on relatives at Yatesvllle Sunday. Osle Diamond called on her grand parents nonday. John Hughes passed through our community Sunday on his way to Lou isa. Miss Osie Diamond was in Louisa Tupsday having dental work done. There Will be preaching at this place Saturday night and Sunday morning and prayrr services Sunday night. WILLING WORKER. SACREDWIND Mrs. Ethel Bogga waa the dinnor gurat of Doll! Moore Sunday. Fjitill Hardy end Walter FMwards and tDoltlr Moor and C'lemle 'Moore were calling on Clara Boggs Thurs day night. Wedding bells will ring at Sacred wind soon. There will be church at this place Saturday and Sunday. Everybody cume. Belle Ison and Cynthia Gambtll were calling on Mrs. May Gambill Monday aftirnoon. Cleinie Moore went to Ashland last Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Ellen Moore was calling on her son last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett Boggs were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Corllda Boggs Tuisday. .Miss Clara Bnggt called on Miss I'olllt Moore Sunday. H. H. Castle went down our creek Saturday afttrnoon. Mrs. Minerva Jone Bogga was call ing on Mrs. Susan M. Boggs Monday. ' " ' BLl'B EYBH. St "THERE'S A REASON" ' Quality Service DRY CLEANING DYE ING - PARCEL POST WE PAY RETURN CHARGES MOST MODERN AND SANITARY DRY CLEANING PLANT IN STATE iiHil. t HEWLETT, W. VA. Cecil Hewlett waa transacting bus Inens In Ashland, Ky., Saturday. Pets Vanhoose and family spent Bat urday and Sunday with Charley Van hoose and family. Mrs. Elba Dean was vlsltlnc rl. ;atlves in Kenova Thursday and FTI- day, J. Margaret Cox. who has been Terr U i for the past week Is able to be out sk i gain, J RebH Carroll passed throueh aut- town Sunday. Miss Florence Loar was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Hturglll Sun day. Mrs. John Former waa calling on Mr. Mary Howard Saturday. Chester Hellomy has made his re turn from Portsmouth. , Mis Nellie Htllup was the week end gueet of Miss Pauline Vanhoose. Mrs. CrU Hewlett waa In Louisa Wednesday having some dental work, done. We are sorry to hear of Ceelj Mill line being badly Injured Wednesday by a frightened mule. v KENOVA, W. VA. Sunday school waa largely attended) at Happy Hollow Sunday with Bro. J. O. Lambert, Supt. The sick of eur neighborhood are much Improved. Rev. a. L IMck went to Ardel to fill hi appointment at the Baptist church. The stork visited the home of Mr.' and Mrs. L. Park and left a bouncing boy. Unworn Park, who has employment tl Peach creek, .V. V, paid home folks a visit Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Burgett spent the day In Columbus Sunday, Mrs. Maxie Rlggs Is very III at this writing with tuberculosis. Miss Oleta Rlggs of Huntington spent Sunday with ber sister, Mrs. "E. H. Park. Garnet t, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Belva Ball, Is confined to his room with flu. ..-'. Bobby Vanhoose and Chester Bkeens of Hewlett vltd friends. In Kenova Sunday. Mrs. B scorn Pack was' the after noon guest of Mrs. Ora Lambert Sat urday. Rev. Bascom Lakln delivered a very Interesting sermon here Sunday. Clyde and Clinton Borders and Shir ley Rlggs attended Sunday school at Happy Hollow Sunday. Misses Opal and Virginia Rlggs are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Eirtel Pack. Miss Violet Puckett was calling on r aunt Sunday GOLDEN STAR. ALTERING i 814 SIXTH AVENUE I HUNTINGTON, W. VA. iMeei. '"fftffHtMM ttMMlette,t,.t7 " i L