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JEW HIEGENE
I|.. State Health Depot and Red
l|; . . Cross to Cooperate in
'
Egv'' ~ Wittthe view to bringing to the
?v.C poop5? of West Virginia a realization
?*>- of .the benefits to be atrirea from bet-J
tor and more sanitary living condi-1
Bjpv?' tions, together with a knowledge 011
R jg P the various activities of the American |
Bed Cross, a special car Is to be sent
S&r ' throughout the state under the ausi
pices of the West Virginia State Department
of Health and the Potomac
t- Division of the American Red Cross,
ggp Besides an advance man and two very
aide, speakers, the car will contain
complete and very Interesting exhibsbTV;
- ** - addition to these an up-to-date
tSfci'.y ' omving picture machine is installed
RyC' which will bring motion pictures into
the smallest rural common ities.
K. ' . .-Since the entrance o? the United
States into the war the country has
Epfp?( awakened to the need for a better pub>"*'
lie health. -Unquestionably a healthy
E/'V nation is essential: and in fact, a de???'.
termination to bring about better living
conditions will result not only in
Er happier homes but in a general na.
tional prosperity. ?
Ry .The exhibit of the Health Department
will Include a laboratory fitted
K-V out so that actual bacteriological tests
p?' ' will be - made enabling the public to
Kf- fc- follow each step in analysing drinking
i?':' 'Water, milk, etc. A model rarm, in
C; miniature, will be shows in comparison
with the bad farm, special emphaf:
' . sis being laid on drainage and ventifcf
lation. There is also a model school.
Ei-iV All "have seen the wrong sort of
school, with the light poorly distribgr~
v. hied, double desks of the old fasbionIr*'.''
ed type, water coming rrom a pail with
one. dipper-for common use. no extra
room for storage or lirary. and the
' children's coats hung in the schoolroom?all
tending to reduce "schoolpr-'
lag" to its lowest terms.
. 'Sloving pictures will be shown that
Rj--. _ will bring home the vital importance
of' correcting housing conditions that
are, more often than not, responsible
Er - for epidemics or typhoid fever, diphK
theria. scarlet fever and influenza;
K&anil proving that without sunlight, air
K and clean water a high standard of
t health cannot be maintained. A speCial
speaker -will make addresses and
gV ? will answer ianv questions right on the
To those woh are interested in seeing
what the Red Cross does and how
-r* V??- fhnt is donated.
fu |?yQUU9 iuc uv?v.^
a-Red Cross speaker will give talks at
night-and show motion pictures of actual
work overseas in caring for sol.
dfcrs, feeding and clothing refugees,
ate.. It is one of the most striking and
impressive pictures taken especially
tor visualizing the manifold activities
of the world's greatest relief organization.
.Many of the scenes were taken
"tinder fire and it gives a vivid, realistic
idea of how the Red Cross cares
tpr the soldier and keeps in touch with
Iris-family, giving assistance where it
is necessary.
8 MANNINGTON |
Assist Sick Man.
"?j Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mitchell and Mr.
and-Mrs. Roy H. Stewart motored to
Joetown yesterday to render much
needed assistance to the family of
SQas Mclntyre, who is very ill of inH
* a bnme t here.
Party Routed.
A class party, given by local high
g' echpol freshmen on Friday night in
R?..-.. Che Central school building was brokt
.... en up by members of the other classes
K.V Who -defied the faculty members to a
K, point -where It was necessary to call
' the police. Some of the freshmen
K" gj? were- severely pummelled, and there
-was quite a disturbance, although for
some reason no arrests -were made.
K?_-; Have Influenza.
tg._- . 'William 0. Boggess, of Burt Hill, is
quite ill of influenza, as Is also Wiliiam
Dtfnn, of Main street.
K' : J Lecturer Comes.
: TJartoftp the noted lecturer, is the
I next .number on the Lyceum course.
mad win appear at the school auditorium
on next "Wednesday evening. A
targe . audience will, no doubt, hear
/ - Hold Market.
/ The local W. C. T. U. will hold a
/Thanksgiving market in the Stewart
and .Wise music store on Wednesday
^ fiovembezr 27th. All members of the
?" . organization are asked to contribute.
. . John Koebert Dies.
'"JofanP.Koebert died of acute indiTi'
gastfon at his room over the Imperial
restaurant yesterday morning at two
Of (dock. He had retired to his room
."..i the previous evening at about nine
o-'clock feeling unwell, although no
seripus results were expected. Physicians
-were summoned but arrived too
lata-to prevent the death. Mr. Koebert
was aged about thirty-eight years.
wr.rv?H a* a barber in the R. H.
K.' Bfoor? shop here until a few weeks
r1yv-; . ago. "when he went to Monongah to
g?.; work, making frequent visits to ManE*
- ndngton. His wife at Clarksburg, and
EffVr'\ ot^er." relatives in Pittsburgh, who
were notified of the death have not
K' "' been heard from.
If 'i Mis* Carter 111.
> Miss Hazel Carter, a traitress at
ig>." HoteT Bartlett, became quite ill a few
fr/i Agva.agp. aad was taken to the home
Rgtt.' ot her parents In Fairmont.
p^-iV ' Local Boys Return.
Rjilt .Rar McGee and Joe Cottrill. local
Rfi - boys who were in the U. S. service,
Ks; are expected to return to their homes
here today. They were in the aviattoitt.
service at San Antonio. Texas.
V _ Hotel 'Arrivals.
< Harriett?j. _m_ uarreu, vuua-suu.o.
WLr' e. J. Uadlgaa. Philadelphia; Geo. M.
K<\- Ralphrajder. Fairmont; August Moll,
Richmond, Vs.; -J. T. Dobson. Thos.
I-;-. . J". Lambert, Baltimore; H. C. Merrill.
LC. Le Vey, Washington,D. C.; Thos.
L y J. .'Wilson. Philippl;- Ada Eleanor wn ??;.
?on, Basel Moore. Chicago; A. H.
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Parker. Detroit; O. D. Kinsey, Cam
| eron.
Wells ? Miss Blanche Chambers.
Huntington; B. F. Bamhart, Wm.
Guthrie, Cameron; J. M. Hall, Pennsboro;
C. E. West. Glen Easton; Loren
Harbert, Fairmont; George Graham,
Downs.
Personals.
D. Clifford H. Metz, of Fairmont,
was the guest of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Metz, in Buffalo street,
yesterday.
Ted Ferry was home from training
school at Morgantown for the week
end.
Cecil Stanford, of Voungstown, Ohio,
is in the city for a visit with his brother.
Claude Stanford, and family.
John Forney was here from Fairmont
to spend the week end with his
family.
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Stewart and
I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mitchell were visitors
at Joetown yesterday.
I rvinrlftfi unri Samuel French, of Rv
'mer. were visitors in the city on SatI
nrday.
Mrs. S. F. Clutter has returned
home after a week's visit with relatives
in Wheeling.
Dr. F. E. Flowers was a business
visitor in Rymer on Friday.
Mrs. Lawrence N. Bcatty has returned
from a visit with relatives in
Wheeling.
Lott L. Morris, of Fairview. is the
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in pink paper ai
sealed in wax.
Look for WRI
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three popular
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guest o! relatives in and near the h
city. e
Daniel Berry has returned from a
business visit in Wheeling. g
McClellan Rose, of Broomfield, s
spent yesterday in Mannington.
S. X. Elliott, C. F. Kunst and Rob- t<
ert Burt attended the Pitt-Georgia
Tech. fctbali game in Pittsburgh Sat- h
urday. a.
John Barry has returned from Cam1
eroa where he spent the past week on ft
business.
Mrs. A. L. Prichard, of Pleasant ti
street, spent the week end with her
daughter, Miss Helen, who is teaching
ill vv euiuu.
William Taylor, of Marietta, Ohio, ,
was the guest of friends here Saturday.
I Kev. John Beddow. pastor of the M. j,
j E. charm, was in Grafton Friday, as!
iust.tig at the funeral services of a
[ friend. 3
j Virgil Snoclgrass, of Seven Pines, j1
: was a visitor in the city on Saturday.
| Master Tommy Dunn, of Main
l street, is out again after an attack
I of influenza. s
Mrs. E. F. Patterson has returned ?
frcm a short visit with friends in
Wheeling.
C. D. rnett, of Rymer, was a bnsi- 8
i ness visitor in Mannington on Satur- -A
! day. | _
i Everett Charlton, of the S. A. T. I"
corps in Morgantown, was at his j J
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cage and taKe \
of the same |
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to ?
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ome in High street here for the week
ad.
Miss Marie Boor, of .Metz, was the
uest of Miss Beryl Baker in Bluff
treet yestcrda-y
Fred W. Bartlett has gone to Al)sna.
Pa., oa a business visit.
Glenn J. Rex sp?. nt Saturday with
is parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rex,
t Hundred.
W. D. Eschenbach has returned
rom a business trip to Pittsburgh.
John P. McMunn. of Glover Gap,
as a Snndav visitor ia Mannington.
J. Fred Beatty lias returned from a
usiness visit in Pittsburgh.
Alex. Arrington spent the week end
itb friends in Fairmont.
Robert Verschave has returned aftr
spending the psst several montns
a Detroit.
Paul Ryan was home from school
t Morgantown for Sunday with his
larents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ryan in
yo crust street.
Preston county bucx wheat, none
tyle. for breakfast each morning,
foyers Restaurant.?Adv.
Here's the place to get your Th&nksiving
Turkeys. RobD & Kramer's.?
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IEAHTIF9L FUNERAL
FOB LIIT1E (UflL
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Peggy Fankhouser Was
Bnriwi at WheeKn? i
Sunday.
i
i The body of Peggy Fankhauser. the I
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
Fankhauser. whose death occurred
on Friday, was interred yesterday
afternoon In Wheeling. Dr. H.
G. Stoetzer. of the First Presbyterian
church, this city, and a close friend
of little Peggy's, conducted the services
which were held at the home of :
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schenck. j
On Saturda yafternoon services I
were held in the Presbyterian church I
conducted by the pastor. The little !
white casket which held the body,
was entirely surrounded with beautiful
floral offerings coming from various
church organizations as well as
from individuals. A quartet composed
of Mrs. C. W. Waddell, Miss Bertha
Dilgarde, Lamar Sattcrfield and L. H.
Randall, rendered two selections.
"Safe In the Arms of Jesus" and
"Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam"
and Mrs. Waddell sang, "I Think When
I Read That Sweet Story of Old" with
Miss Amy Roce at the organ.
The relationship of little Teggy to
the congregation of the Presbyterian
church was a peculiar as well as a
beautiful one. Since she was a few
months old, the child had bees a regular
attendance at church services, her
mother being contralto soloist in the
cnurcn caorr. out; <%. mrauo ;
elable little tot and had made friends
with the entire congregation and their
presence there, on this sad occasion
was a signal testimony to the love
they bore her. The pallbearers were
four of her staunch friends including
S. M.. Eccles, E. T. Kelley. Harry Eagle
and Minor Dunham.
The body was taken to 'Wheeling on
the 5:17 train accompanied by her parents.
her grandmother, Mrs. Schenck,
Sir. and Mrs. Chambers, of Morgantown,
and Dr. Stoetzer.
TWO SONS IN FRANCE.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Linn have received
word that their son, Gordon I>.
Linn, has arrived safe overseas. Another
son, Darrell M. Linn, is with
the American Expeditionary forces in
France, having sailed last May.
Snnahs and Turkeys at Robb & Kra
mer's.?Adv. ?
Buy M From the Proter
I have received from- mv
farm in Pennsylvania a carload '
of potatoes of excellent duality
and am offering them in
two sizes, tlie large size at
$2.00 per bushel, delivered,
and small size at $1.50 oer
1 Visrs civ ol TPITTIS.
cash on delivery.
In sendine In orders call
Dhone No. 436.
3). A. RITCHIE.
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