vies presidents*?First, Mrs.
?nhardt. Mannington; second,
*M. Callahan, Morgantown:
?e. P'. George, Ronceverte;
u, Jrs. James McGoaoh, Slsters
i fifth, Mrs. Frank Mann, Bunt
?jrding secretary?Mrs, Fuller
?responding secretary?Mrs., J. B,.
Treasurer?Miss Emily Richardson,
.^Sdltor^Mrs. C. B. Bwing. Wheel
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% ' General federation state secretary?
%?" Mrs.. Robert L. Hutchinson, Hunting
jP'iftli Mr. Follond Married,
A marriage license was Issued
Thursday In Pittsburg to Eugene Rol
land, of this city, and MrB. Ella M.
Crow. of 'Warren, 0., and they -were
later married in that city. Mt. Rol
land Is president of the Lafayette
, Window Glass Company here and a
splendid young business man. He >ls
& .prominent Elk. His* bride is. a pop
ular lady In her home town.
| * Nccdlccraf t Clnb' Meets',
m >fThe Wallace Needlecraft Club -was
delightfully entertained Wednesday
'? afternoon by Mrs. L. J. Musgrave In
her home at Wallace. The afternoon
was spent In the making of various
kinds of needlework. .A delicious
lunch was served by the hostess.
' . Members present were Mesdames S.
C. McCune. F. H. Bell, W. S. Ruther
.. tord, W. H. Miller, I. C. Gibson, W.
Wright,.R. J. Rutherford, L. J.
MusgraTe apll G. B. Leneham.
. The Civic Clu} has offered $5 in
iii cash prizes to thu boys or girls
Who sell the most tickets to the lec
. , / ture to be given by Mrs. John Clar
ence Lee on "Through* Siberia
Alone," In the Elks auditorium
Thursday night, November 4. The
first prize is $3 and the second
All contestants must be over ten
years of- age. Tickets can ibe se
cured from Mrs: H. E. Travis. East
Main street, Mrs. Robert Morris, on
Chestnut street, and Mrs. B.' F. Rob
inson, West Pike street.
Mrs. McMillan Elected.
At a meeting of the Parish Aid
Society of Christ Episcopal ohurcn
held Friday afternoon In the parish;
) house, upon the ; resignation of the
newly fleeted president, Mrs. Lynn
S. Hornor, Mrs. Lester S. McMillan
was made president by acclamation
to serve fot the year. The,vice pres
ident, Mrs. Emily S. Gerrard, pre
sided and the moetlr.g was opened
with prayer by the rector, the Re?.
Charles B. Mitchell.
After the reading of the minutes
by the secretary, Mrs. B. D. Avis,
Wednesday afternoon, December 1,
was decided upon for the date of
the annual Christmas sale to be held,
In the parish houss. The women
members of the church are asked to
meet with the members of the aid so
ciety at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon,
, October 29, to sew on the Christmas
sale articles. Mrs. J. H. Hurry and
Mrs. Olive Vandale will serve at 4
o'clock, assisted by Mrs. Robert R
Wilaon and Miss Emily Gerrard.
Pretty Card Party.
Fall roses formed the floral decor
ations at a very attractive card par
ty given Friday evening by Mrs.
Peter H. Koblegard in her home on
East Main street. Eight tables
were arranged for progressive
euchre and at 10 o'clock a salad
supper with ices were served at
small tables. Covers were- laid for
The Women's Home und Foreign
Missionary Societies of the West
Virginia Presbyterian Synod in an
nual meeting at Elm Grove this
week elected officers for the year.
Those lecled by the Home society
are as follows:
President?Mrs. Gill Irwin Wil
Vice presidents?Mrs. W. H.
Wolfe, Parkersburg; Mrs. E. W.
Knight, Charleston; Mrs. J. M. N.
Downs. Buckbannon;. Miss Marie
Carouthors, Hoilidays Cove; Mrs. A.
M. Buchanan, Morgantown; Mrs. W.
E. Allen, New Cumberland.
Recording secreary:?Mrs. C. E.
. Corresponding secretary ? Mrs. j
Mary Dickey, Waddell. i
Secretary of young people's work.
?Mrs. W, S. Mayers, Fairmont.
Secretary of literature?Mrs. "?
B. Moore, Wheeling.
Secretary of temperance?Mrs. J.
Walter Barnes, Fairmont.
Secretary of freedmen?Mrs. C. C.
Douglass, Elm Grove.
;. SfeeVetary study class?Mrs. J. O.
Ely, Oakland, Md.
Treasurer contingent, fund?Miss
Sallle Russell, Slstersville.
? The Foreign society's officers are
. President?Miss Marie Carouthors
Hoilidays Cove. '
Vice president at large?Mrs. G.
W.* Pollock, Buckhannon.
Recording secretary?Mrs. John
W. Stuart, Clarksburg.
Corresponding secretary ? Mrs.
Mary Dickey, Waddell.
Secretary young people's work?
Mrs. W. S. Mayers, Fairmont.
f Secretary of literature?Mrs. T.
B. Moore, Wheeling. I
Secretary of study class?Mrs. J. j
C. Ely, Oakland. Md.
Treasurer contingent fund?Mlss|
Sallle Russell, Slstersville.
Mr. Houserman Honored.
An enjoyable party was given in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Houserman. of East. Pike street,
Friday evening, in honor of Mr.;
Houserman. A number of his
friends had been Invited and all
?pent a most delightful evening.
Several solos were rendered In a
very pleasing manner by Earl Mor
an, while Neil English furnished a
jirogram of instrumental music.
Those present were George McFer
ren Theodore Buff. Earl McCord.
Pari Eight, James Davis. Nell Eng
lish. Harry Webber, William H.
Chlid? and Earl Moran. The out of
town guests were Miss Rose Reed
Ud Mrs. George McCarty and two
children. Florence and Ferrell, all
ef Bllwood; lad."
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"At Hotae" Cardfv
Cards have .been issued by Mrs.
Hugh Jarvis and Mrs. Cecil Jarvls
for an ''At Home" which they will
give from '3 to 5 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. In the home of Mrs.
Hugh C. Jarvls, IB 3 Bast Main
street. . . .
' Smith Beunion.'
A large number of: people enjoyed
the Smith reunion which was held at
Smith church Sunday. Interesting
talks were made by John Lowe, of
Shinnston, and Dextor Smith; of this
pLace. One .of the most Interesting
features of the occasion that will
linger In the memories of all present
was the relating of family reminis
cences and early pioneer life by the
Rev. B. Wilson Smith, of Indianapolis
This grand old man, now 86 years old
was among the earliest settlers of ttu3
prominent family who braved the dan
gers incident at that time to the cross
ing of the Allegbanles from the valley
?f Virginia to the mountainous sectlofa
of West Virginia. His keen Interest
in family history and wonderful mem
ory have made him authority on the
arcestry of his people.
He hopes to live another year ana
return to complete a history tlia:
additional research will make very
valuable. He was accompanied by
his daughter. Miss Lillian Smith.
It was fitting that a Smith reuniou
should he held at Smith chapel for
this community was the early home
of the Smiths and many of them still
reside there. The old chapel was
largely hullt and supported hy their
generosity and the new one was made
passible by the bequest of a large
amount from Frank Smith, deceased,
brother of Mrs. Willa V. Stone, ol
Good music featured the occasion
and at noon a bountiful picnic lunch
eon contributed much to the days
pleasure. The memories of former,
days recalled by many of the older
ones, as on all similar occasions, stood
out as the chief joy.
A permanent organization was ef
fected with Dexter Smith as (.president
and subsequent meetings will be held
Flag Raising Program.
At 2 o'clock Sunday Clarksburg
council, No. 30, Junior Order United
American Mechanics, and Stonewall
council. No. 36. Daughters of Amer
ica, will present a Bible and flag to
the Northview school. The orders
will march from the Reed hall, on
Fike streot, to the school. The pa
rade will start at 1:30 o'clock p. m.,
sharp, led by Gregory's hand.
Arriving at the school the follow
ing program will be rendered:
Song, "America"?By audience.
Invocation?The Rev. Mr. Bailey.
Essay, "The Origin and Development
of the American Flag"?Kermit
Recitation, "The American Flag"?
. Lena Brooke.
Song?D. of A. and Jr. 0. TJ. A. M.
Recitation, "The Flag Goes "By"?
Presentation of Blbl*?Mrs. Hattie
Wallis. , '
Response?Mrs. L. Wayman Ogden.
Introductory Remarks?A. G, Bum
Presentation of flag?Dr. J. G. Jun
Response?The Rev. Dr. Charles B.
Song, "Star Spangled Banner's?By
Benediction?The Rev. W. M.
Flndley to Speak. ?
The Ohristian Endeavor Society o?
the First iPresbyterian church -will be
addressed Sunday evening by A. J.
Flndley, his subject being "Capturing
Politics for Cod." The meeting will
begin at 6:30 and visitors are cordially
invited to be present
A very unique entertainment giv
en Friday evening waB a meeting of
the Standard Bearers with Miss Vir
ginia Jones hostess. The rooins
were fittingly carried out with Hal
lowe'en decorations. At the close of
the business session mtifilQ and sfilec
tions of rea41ng were a pleasing fea
ture of the evening.
At 10. o'clock refreshments were
' served in the dining room which wag
? most brilliant In its decorations of
J autumn leaves and HalowVen ap?
j polntments. Witches and pumpkins
I and Jack o' lanterns were in evidence
everywhere, and the Unique table
had for its centerpiece a miniature
fodder shock around which grains of
corn were profusely grouped. Sand
wiches, cake and fruit were served
by the hostess to eighteen guests.
Hallowe'en Pie Social.
The young ladies' Llnlcletter class
of the Central Christian church
will give a Hallowe'en pie social in
the church parlors Friday, October
29, at 8 o'clock. The public is c3r?
Meetings of Union.
The Baptist Young People's- Union
will hold a regular service at 6:30
o'clock Sunday evening in the First
Baptist church under the leadership
of Howard L. Robinson. The next
regular meeting will be held at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday evening in the
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Cen
tral " Christian Church gave an old
fashioned quilting bee at the church
from 9 until S o'clock Thursday. A
delicious 'luncheon' was served at 1
o'clock. Ail declared it one of the
most enjoyable days in the history of
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- Flno Display of Music.
Miss Cora M. Atchison .is highly
pleased with the rcsulta of her request
for the West Virginia music for ex
hibition at the recent meeting of the
West Virginia Federation of Woman's
Clubs,at Fairmont. She. states that
twenty-four West Virginia composers
sent sixty' pieces of music and that
the exhibit was something of which, to
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For Mrs. Morgan.
Complimentary to her mother, Mrs.
D. p. Morgan, arrs. Virgil L. Highland
entertained at an attractively appoint
ed 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday after
noon in her home on East Main street'
IGoykta wara laid for -twelve, guests.
At the fall reuntbn of the Scottish
Rite Masons held Friday in., the Ma
sonic temple. Venerable Master
Joseph M. Crouch, K. 0. C. H., an
nounced 'to the brethren that early
in the week, at the meeting in Wash
ington, D. C., of the Supreme Coun
cil of Thirty-third Degree, Ancient
and Acepted Rite of Freemasonry,
I., Wade Coffman and Albert L.
Lohm were elevated to the degree
of knight commander of the Court
of -Honor, for which one can not
mak? application. This honor was
conferred on Messrs. Coffman and
Lohm as the result of long services
to the Rite by them, they being the
senior and junior Wardens respec
tively, of Mizrah Lodge of. Perfec
tion, No. 6. The. significance of this
degre Is that it advances these
brethren over- the thirty-second de
gree, and thus makes them, eligible
some time to receive the last and
After the ritual work, which was
completed about 9 o'clock Friday
night, a buffet lunch was served in
the dining room of the temple. A
number of vlstors from out of town
were in attendance, ? among whom
were Capt. K. D. Walker, thirty
third degree HonJ, of Fairmont;
nnd-R. M. Brown, K. C. C. H., of
Mother's C.'nb Entertained.
The Stealey Heights Mothers'
Club held its first meeting of the
new year which stirted October 1,
at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Francis
M. Davis, on Bajcer. avenue, Stealey
Heights. The subject discussed
"Child Labor Law," the leader Mrs.
Lydia S. Waetro, conducted a round
table discussion on the subject and
many timely and helpful sugges
tions' were offered. Mrs. James
Johnson and Mrs. Howard Robinson
read papers on the subject. Mrs.
R. Q. Bland in her usual gracious
style furnished music for tha oc
casion. At the close of the pro
gram, the hostess Mrs., William Ha
theney and Mrs. Francis. M. Davis
served dellclpus. refreshments. Those
present;were Mrs.' James' Jcihhson,
Mrs. William Matheney, Mrs.-How
ard, Rdblns.on, Mrs. Chester * Mick,
Mrs. Edward Thompson, Mrs. Lydia
J. Waters, Mrs. E. G. Bland, Mrs.
C. W." Wise, Mrs, Mtfrton Newlon.
Miss .Dessle Maxwell, Mrs. Charles
Meyers, Mrs." J. G. Hewitt. Mrs. F.
M. Darts. Mrs. Claude Day and Mrs.
v. -. v. .i .
?W ? -I - . ! I' " 0 \("l.
EnJoj Ootlngr. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Smith and
daughter, Margaret, Mr. aiul Mrs. A.
Smith, Jr., and daughter,' Edna; Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Smith and daughters,
Mabel Mid ? Clover; Mr.i and Mrs.
Oharles Rice and4fr. Carpenter, cousin
of arrs. Rice, enjoyed an outing Bun
day on the Morrison farm west of
Clarksburg, each taking a well filled
basket Some fine comic pictures-were
Among those who- attended the
annual meeting of the West Vlr-;
glnia Library Association which was
held at Fairmont Tuesday was MiM
S. Rcollay Page, of the Clarksburg
asso?atlnn. The following program
was observed at the nieettng:
"Catalogh>8"-??Miss Arny Allen;,
cataloger, West Virginia TJnlver
ciW Ubriiji* .i tjii ? * . *
"Juvenile department" ?^Mlss
Harvey, librarian, Huntington pub
lic library. t ' .
"The package library for farm
women"?Miss Barnett, extension
department, West Virginia. Univerr
"Pay colleBtlon"?Miss Fisher,.
Fairmont public library.
"Library ideals lor West Virginia"
?Mr. L. D. Arnett, librarian West
Virginia University library. ,
Madame Chilson-Ohrmans en
trance at the artist recital given at
the Masonic temple Monday evening
under the auspices of the Marcato
music club -called tor an outourst
of welcoming applause. She has a
delightful personality,. full of real
charm, as well as a voifie ot poig
nant sweetness and brilliant- beauty.
Mr. Arno Dietsch who accompani
ed her was alsfv enthusiastically, re
ceived by the music loving audience
not only for tlje charming rendition
ot his accompaniments, but the plac
ing of Moszkowski. waltz, which
called for an enthusiastic encore. :.
The program was one of great
beauty and charm and was indeed &
fitting opening for the club which
could not .help but make the artists'
recittfls of this season truly musical
festivals of high merit and charm.
The waltz song from Romeo ana
Juliet Madame Ohrman sang with
grace and brilliancy "which capti
vated her audience to the highest
degree of admiration and) it was
Indeed a great pleasure to have this
. distinguished American, singer in
cluded once more-at our artists' re
Madame Ohrman appeared with
Miss Christine Miller before th?
Marcato club three "or four seasons
ago which Is remembered with great
pleasure by the .members of the duo
and musical people ot Clarksburg.
Tnrtdny Club Meets. ..
A very interesting meeting of the
Tuesday literary club was held Tues
day afternoon In the home of Mrs.
John J. Davis-on Lee street. "The
Russians" was the topic for the af
ternoon session with Mrs. Virgil L.
Highland leader, Mrs. John, W.
Brown and Mrs. George P. Leather
bury assistant^ Federation topic
and prison reform -by Miss Emma
Choral Club Meets.
The opening meeting of the wintir
season of 191.S-19H! of the Choral
Club, under the auspices of th? Mar
cato Music Club wais held Tuesday
evening in the auditorium of the Cen
tral Christian church with Mrs. Lee
WiUlams as leader and (Mrs. Homer
Williams at the. piano. There were
thirty-eight members in attendance
and the study ot Mendelssohn's "Hear
My Prayer" and the chorus "Halle
lujah" from Handel's Meslah -was.
most earnestly rehearsed, showing that
members were much interested in
their work for the new year. Mrs.
Williams was much encouraged and
flattered by the large attendance at
the first meeting and cordially in*
vites all musical people of Clarksburg
to become members.
The chorus clu1>. .calls for-no, dues,
and all mdsto Is supplied free - ot
charge. Hie next meeting will bt
held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesdayeventng,
October 26, in the > Central Christian
church end the rehearsals are limited
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to one hour; therefore, It Is hoped that
all members. will be prompt in their
attendance so as the study work can
begin at 7:90 o'clock.
The marriage of Miss Susan Lee
McCann, daughter of Mrs. Virginia
McCann, to Frank Cole Hursey, was
solemnized in the home of iher mother
at .the New Fair Grounds' addition at
11 o'clock Wednesday morning. :
The Rev. W.' B. King, .pastor of the
First Methodist Episcopal church,
officiated In the presence of only the
relatives of the bride and bridegroom.'
Fall roses were used In the floral
decorations of the rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Hursey left at noon
for a three-weeks' visit in the Nofth
and on their return will he at home W
their friends at .the home .of Mrs.. Vir
ginia McCann on Ohio avenue.
Annual Meeting of Class.
No. 9 Sunday school class of the
First Methodist Episcopal church,
held its annual election and social
session Tuesday evening in the so
cial rooms of the church. Thp fol
lowing officers were elected: J
President, Miss Jeanette Brown;
vice president, Mrs. J.'F. Williams;
secretary, Miss Maud Boggess; treas
urer, Miss Mary Shaw.
The social session was featured by
a unique get acquainted scheme
which furnished much pleasure and
entertainment for ill present. The
evening closed with a sumptuous
banquet of which more, than forty
members and guests partook. L. K.
Richards, teacher of the class, acted
as toastmaster and responses were
made by the Rev. L. E. Ressegger,
of Buckhannon; the Rev. W. B.
King, pastor of the First Methodist
Episcopal church; and Messrs. King,
Richards, Williams, Sembolfers,
Mack, Holden,/ai)d Misses Brown,
Yost, Boggess,'Dutch le, Beer and
Tear Book Issued.
The year boos i916-1916 of the
Marcato Music Club has been Issued
to the members of the .club and
includes a' miscellaneous program
led by Mrs. Robert Sellers, October
- Artists recital October 18, led by
Mrs. W. A. Harrington, artists;
Madame Chllson-Ohrman, soprano;
Arno Dletsch, pianist. It is as fol
November (?American program.
Leader, Miss Bessie'Bogges.
.November 13.?Artists reeltal".
Leader, Mrs. Hfcrnr Sheets.
Miss Margaret Borne?Violinist.
Miss Lena Palmer?Pianist.
Masonlo auditorium 3 p. m.
November 20?Songs of the Sea.
Leader, Miss Cora R. Smith. -
December 4.-?Supernatural -In
Music.?Leader, Mr*. Amos 'Payne.'
January 8.?Leader, Mrs. Ray
Rlano .Lecture Recital?Mr. T.
The spirit and status of American
music. HH ' * , ..
Masonic auditorium, 8 p. m.
- January 22.?Musle of Many Na
tions. * Leader. Mrs. Frank B. Hay
February . 8.?Artists ...recltai.
Leader, Mrs. Frank L. Grove.
?Mr. Fre.deftck Morfey?Pltals*.
Mrs. Elao Gumdllng Duga??? "
prano. - - ,
Mrs. Edward Strlfel?pianist. '
Masonic auditorium, 3 p. m.
March 18.?Ensemble ? Day, Lead
er. Miss Mary Caulfield. <
April 1.?The Seasons.-.... Leader,
Miss Bessie Byrd.
April. 22.?Operatic .program. ;>
Leader, Miss Mildred Lamberd. v : ;
OF INTEREST 10 WOMEN j
Patty Pan Cakes.
One cup '.ot "sugar, one cup ' ol '
flour, wo "txblespoonfuIb of butten
four of. sweet milk, one teaspoohful
of cream of tartar; half a teaspopon.
fnl soda, two eggs, the whites and
y61k? beaten separately; add one
half a,teaspoonful.of lemon extract
They are very nice.
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Two cans of Shrimp (drain and ?
break up,) one can of small peas,
one bottle of cream, one-eighth '
?pound butter, dash of cayenne pep<
per. Put all 'in chaffln dish and
heat.untilitbegins to bubble. Serve
it once'. ? "
? Clam Chowder.
Fry one-quarter pound of fat
pork and cut Into small pieces, add ' >
one quart bolllqg water, potatoef
and onions, sliced thin, 000k twenty
minutes. Add one pound clams,
one quart milk, cook about five min
utes. Thickening may be abided;
also crackers if desired.
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To each pound of picked fruit allow.
half a .pound of sifted: sugar. Waal) .
die fruit welli place it in a saucepan i
and add to each pound of It three*
quarters of a< pint, of water. Simmef
a Jelly bag and bottle.
Easy Window Washing.
With a piece of leather cloth (cham?
oil) wet in cold water, wash window
carefully, rinse doth thoroughly iiri
clean, cold .water, wring as dry at
possible, shake and. dry .the window,
I have.washed windows sAout ever!
way and " think 'tliis the best ever.
Cook one-half pound, of young
carrots in ja pint ofTfat-free soull^
iBtfcck or slightly salted water, add? -
ing more tf'it cooks away before
they are done. Rub through *
sieve, add one teaspoonful of bread
crumbs, a little butter and salt. He- j
heat and serve. H
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Maeedoine of Fruit.
Set a jelly mold into a pail of rough ,
ice and salt Arrange the fruit accord
ing to fancy between layers, of clear,
well-sweetened Jelly, Javored with
some cordial ? or Itaion afcd orange
Juice. If the Jelly be poured Into the
mold an hour, before required. th<
_I11 v. 1 ? I I ' ill 1 j
Outside will be etifltolentlf frozen and
the Inner part will be as firm as can ?
be desired. When removed from lea
pill turn out the Jelly on e. glass dish,
Srst dipping fee mold Into tepid water.
L 7 -L, ?? ' Brown Bread.'" ;' ||
"TwS*cups of soar milk or butter
milk, .one teaspoonful of coda, two
6ups-of Indian meal, one-cup of flour
and one-half cup of molasses. If yon
llke raiainl In It you can add one cup
of raisins, mix all together and steam ?
three hours. It can be mads both ?
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