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H LOCAL SOCI 1 * *4. To Honor Guests. .'Honoring her sister. Miss Eva ConSrsway, of Washington, D. C., who is her L guest, and Mrs. Charles Morris, of Tuscalooan, Ala., tho guest of her uncla and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Harry F. Smith, Mrs. Ernest Bell will entertain tomor row aitcrnoon irom two to four oclock - at her home in Fourth street with n , tea. Invitations have been issued for . the affair. * !'/ Entertained at Tea. 1, Mrs. Thomas Wilbur Iiennen and Mra. Martha Davis were at home this aternoon at.tbe home of the former fcYta-Fourth /treet at a charmingly appointed tea honoring Mrs. W. S. Hennen, of Washington, D. C., Mrs. A. T. Roberts, of1" Chariton, Virginia, and Miss Flora Shinn, of Washington, D. C-Ji.guests in.this city. The receiving hours were from two until five o'clock and during that time a large ''nutalber of .friends were entertained. The interior of the home was artistically decorated in fall flowers and greenery and presented an attractive . appearance. The reception hall was done in red^by the lavish use of scarlet? sage arid flox while the dining room was attractive in decorations oi rhododendron with the center table arranged with pink flowers and greenery. In the living room a color scheme of yellow and white was effectively .carried out. :A delicious course of refreshments WAR flprvffd - In thp rllnlnp rnnrn with the following aids: Mrs. Fred Helmlck. Mrs. Frank Hall, Mrs. Anna Vockrodt and the Misses Ituth Phillips, Florence Hutchinson, Naomi HefTner, Jane Speddeti and Irene Barnes. Mrs. Guy Cochran and Mrs Li'M. Hennen invited the guests to the *" dining room and Mrs. John F. Phillips presided at the punch bowl and was assisted in serving by the Misses Mildred Robinson and Ruth Spedden. In the receiving line were the hostesses and the honor guests. ? * Celebrated Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Steele celebrated their wooden wedding annivejsary yesterday when they entertained at a one o'clock dinner at their home] "Balmhaven" members of their family from this city and elsewhere. Cov-1 ers were laid for Mrs. Victoria Steele. of Morgantcwn, mother of Mr. Steele, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Trotter and son. Steele, of Morgantcwn; Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge C. Steele and son. I-orentz, of Morgantown; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Steele, of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele, of Fairmont, and Mrs. J. D. Pifer, of Joplln. Mrs. Pirei and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Steele are visiting relatives In Morgantown. The guests arrived here during the morning and returned home last evening. * Slste.'svllle Guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison H. Tucker ifre entertaining at their apartment in the Hayes flats Mrs. Tucker's cousin. Miss Virginia Thistle, of Sistersvilio * ? Coming for Reunion. Mrs. J. W. Peppers arrived hero from Parkersburg this afternoon and is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnett, in Pennsylvania avenue. Mrs. Peppers will be Joined here later in the week by her husbana and children. Miss Nell Peppers and Jojin and Will Peppers who will come hijtre to attend the annual reunion of: thO Arnett family to be held at George- * town on next Sunday. John Pepper* recently returned from France where he had been In overseas service. ? To Keyser. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Kelley, of this city; Mrs. Louis Spangler, of Denver, Colo., and (Albert Kelley, of New York, will leave tomorrow in a new Buick car recently purchased by Frank P. Kefiey for Keyser and Knobley Farms, Mineral county, where they will spend several days. They will return here j X accompanied by James Kelley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley, who had spent the summer with relatives there. * To Return Tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leeper and Mr.; and Mrs. H. E. Williamson, who bad camped for the past two weeks at a point near Petersburg, Virginia, where they motored, are returning here this evening after an enjoyable outing. * * * Enjoyed Picnic Dinner. A picnic dinner and corn roast was enjoyed by a number of local people it Loon park yesterday eveninc. The party went to the park in the early evening and there ate a sumptuous dinner and -also enjoyed a corn roast. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nuzum, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kelley. Mrs. Rose Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Will Watkins, the Misses Katherine Morgan. Martha Nuzum and Jeannette anil Caroline Bright, Mrs. Louis Spangler, uSip'latter of Denver, Colo., and Albert rTCelley, of New York city, and John O. \ Morgan. Kr>r ' . * * * * Elks Dance. The regular bi-weekly dance will tie held this evening at the Elks headQuarters in the Deveny ibuilding. Skinners orchestra will furnish music tor the evening and a delightful time is anticipated. |Efl 'BEK'- Gone Ekist, J. R. Sheridan has gone East where wh'e 'joined his wife and baby! daughter Louise who had been the guests of Mrs,, Sheridan's parents at Buckeys-j town, Md. They are visiting this! week at Annapolis and Ocean City. Md. Mr. Sheridan will accompany j them home later. Hnsl . * * * * On Motor Trip Miss Genevieve Cunningham left yesterday for Pittsburgh where she I will join Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cook [ and little son Robert on a motor trip | to Atlantic Ctly. In Wheeling, v.';.Mrs. W. B. Campbell and little daughter Miss Charlotte left yesterday for Wheeling where they Joined i Mr. Campbell who Is spending a couple of weeks with relatives there. ?... jS, Sa Will Hold Dance. The Saturday night dance at the SFalymont Country Club which was called off on yesterday will be held |&yh?ual as after the announcement tEasr-made calling It off the demand ?raade to hold it became so great that jit was decided to hold It as usual. pAa orchestra will furnish the mu3tc and preceding the dance a dinner will | AL E|ENTS j ' , bo (served to thoee who wish it. Ndw (bat the evenings have, gotten cooler the dances promise to Increase In popularity and plans are being made (or making the one this week unusually enjoyable. A number o( vial-1 tors In town will be present' in addition to tlie regular club members. m 0 m m Leaving Tonight.| Miss Blanche Henry is leaving this evening (or Wllllmantic, Conn, where ; she will tcacb in the Normal school j there this winter ? * * Barnes Reunion. A large number ot .the descendenta of the Barnes family one of the pioscer families of this section of tha state gathered today at Loop park for the annual reunion. A picnic dinner at noon today was a feature of the days celebration and this afternoon a program will be observed. Among I those who will take part on the proigrafm this afternoon are J. Walter Barnes, Mrs. C. E. Harde, Hon. 0. S. McKinney, Rev. I. A. Barnes Mrs. U. A. Vincent and Mrs. J. Walter Barnes. ? * Uniontown Guests, j The Misses Florence and Rowena McCune of Uniontown Pa., are guests (or Miss Elizabeth Knight at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Knight on Eighth street. * * * Play at Barrackvllle. Friday evening, beginning at S o'clock, tho Baptist Sunday school will ' give a play at the school house In Barrackvllle. The name of the play Is 1 "All a Mistake," and It is very Inter- J estlngi There are eight In tho cast. * Jl Entertained for Guest. ji Honoring Miss Sarah Hall, of De-li troit. Mich., who Is a guest at "West- 11 wood," the summer bungalow of T. W.11 Arnett, wi the Valley river, the Misses i Susan and Katherlne Arnett and Ber- i nard Arnett entertained with a dance t of pretty appointments last evening-at t the Country club. About 150 young t people enjoyed the evening Including t a number of out of town visitors. A'i salad supper was served during the < evening. 1 * * * i j Returned Home. Miss Anna Hope Simpson, of New York city, who had spent the past several weeks in this city the guest of j f Miss Katherlne Miller at her home in 1 Loeust avenue, returned last evening jt to her l,?me. She was accompanied:! home by Miss Katherlne Miller and! her sister. Miss Jane, who will spend ! ten days in New York as her guest. 11 ? * * j] To the Coast. < Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur 0. Clayton, ofl Mannington, have gone to Atlantic Citv < on a motor trip and will be gone sev- ; i oral weeks. t * * * * ; ] Concerning Hcrron Sisters. it Friends of the Misses Ilcrron. fa-;1 mous concert singers, will be pleased il to see the following notice concern-it ing their work in overseas service tak-!. en from a Paris publication. Three otj; the group of five singers are sisters 1 of Mrs. Charles It. Phillips, of Man- 1 nington, and have frequently visited, there. The notice follows: "'The Herron Sisters,' five American girls forming a group of entertain- i ers, are leaving Franco for home to- : day, with a record of seventeen i months' concert work over here for i \ the A. E. F, with out leave of ab- , sencc. 'The Herron Sisters'are: The i 200 SOLDIERS PROPOSE! I V; y - " * : ' ft- . . [ ' '' Miss Kitty Dalton, of New York, flowers to returned fighting men in all She is a popular singer in I\. C. Huts I received marriage proposals from mor rines. Getl Your An in over I corn 1 n |Toas DN PARISIAN BOULEVARD v ^ ^ ^ I* ^ [' I A nnu* r>naliinin nVinf/ierroiihorl ,n thn French capital. Misses Winifred. Anna and Charlotte ] Uorron of Rlvers.Ce Drive, New 1 Fork. and Miss Clara Grey and Miss! lunice l'rosson. The group arrived n France In February, 1918. and In! May played the units of the 26th Dl- | rision which was then at the front. It; vas the first entertainment group to : each the Americans in tfco front lines, I he first to play on occupied terrl- j ory and has the longest record of en- j :ertalnment service. Of its twenty- j .wo months continuous concert work; mder Y. M. C. A. auspices for the sollicrs four months were spent in home' ;amps, thirteen months In France and our months with the Arnty of Occu- | mtion." * * j Swisher Family Reunion. The third annual reunion of the ] Swisher family will be held at Catawba Sunday, September 7. TUverybody is ordiall.v invited to come. The fol-, owing program will be carried out: : Morning, 10:00 o'clock?Devotional, ! ;ong by choir; welcqme address, M. iv. uarris; song ny cnoir; address, lev. Charles Swisher; appointment >f committees; song by choir. Afternoon, 2:00 o'clock?Song by j :hoir; recitation, Miss Edna Swisn- ; ;r; address, Rev. S. Bennett; roclta- i Ion, Miss Ruth Clingan; address,1 tec. I.awson; song by choir; reclta-j ion, Miss Georgie Slonaker; recita-; ;ion. Miss Clara Swisher; address, D. 2. Williams'; recitation. Miss Oleta' Uarr; song by choir; address, J. J.: Faekson; recitation, Jettio Swisher; j iddress, T. N. Swisher; song by choir; j eport of committees; election of of-, icers, ? Morgan Reunion Plans. Plans are about completed for the; innual reunion of the Morgan family! issoclaiion to be held at Loop .park; on Thursday, September 4, begin-; aing at ten o'clock In the morning.; A large attendance is anticipated and' a splendid program will be carried j ) TO THIS L OF C. FLOWER GIRL who has distributed thousands of 1 of New York's Veterans' Parades, of camps around New York and has : e than 200 soldiers, sailors and ma- , (C) Underwood & Underwood. S=gg3' 1 - ! rhem From Grocer n prove ment old style flakes A A v ays (faobfyf | (ST TIES =====ssssssJ ' | r s ft&Vf/ * $2 .v; i ^V*' jgj an i an c >rd ally Invite 1 to cnt in large numbers. At a recent meeting chairman Tor the committee* were named as follows: Reception, Z. W. Morgan; Entertainment. Mrs. David Rogers; Lookout, Mrs. John Cox. These chairman are supposed to name their own committees. An nrehestra Is affiliated with the association and composed of members of the family will furnish music on the occasion of the reunion. The officers of the association are as follows: President, J. V. Blair, of West Union; vlte-presidents, Mrs. E. A. Grose, Fairmont; Mrs, J. C. McMunn. New Martinsville; Mrs. Rogers, Wheeling; A. V. Morgan Clarksburg; Mrs. McChesney, Falrview; Mrs. Tetrich, Shinnston; Dr. Cox, Morgantown; Miss Bertha Morgan, Grafton; Miss Nell Morgan. Buckhan-. non; Ezra Morgan, Winfleld; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Mary Morgan Flshback. Grafton. ? * ? To Return Home. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Morgan and children who had spent the summer fc New Hats?Lovely oi and Fabric. Do Big Cairl< OPPORT But there's only three ( SELLERS Kitchen Czi See how easily you can SELLEF Kitchen Cat 'The Best Servant in yo Famous for its 15 lonj labor-saving features \ J* 1 - - Tr* ' iuunu hi no oiner J\uc inet. Famous for its adoptioi Housekeeping Institute Efficiency Kitchen, Special Tei Special Pri This Week On If you ever want to get under the yoke of cook: gery, now is the time. ( see how women all ( country have done it?i are saving hours of tir ,,1. 1 ? u? wuia, ctiiu quantities ing materials \#ith this ful Kitchen convenienc SEE Demonstrai This Week ! Fifty Cafoii Pries Sellers Mastercraft FREE S The Tre 1 \v I . ... Is; ' s in her : 1(1 C k m 1 tt-i: p take up their residence at til Whlnut \ avenue, which they recently pur- 1 chased. Mr. Morgan who bad been c In the city the past few days on busl- 1 ness will return there tomorrow and j will accompany them home. j as M io i;amp. ! ? Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Robb. Mr. i 0 and Mrs. Ralph Regan, Mr. and Mrs. j * James C. Welton will occupy "Wild wood" bungalow on the Valley river next week They will have as their j _ guests, Mrs. H. C. Hamilton of Pitts- j u burg, who will arrive here within the c next few days. Other guests will j also he entertained there during their stay on the river. . Miss Esther Satterfield of 343 a I Pennsylvania avenue has as her 0 guests Miss Agnes Satterfield, of a Green Springs. Hampshire county, and p M'ss Hortense Reeder, of Morgan- n town. Ii S Miss Ethel Davis who had spent the li i past few weeks in Parkerrburg will ti ! return here today. S J #n T& 1? at Mass sad-Lot SALE So UNITY to Every lays more, counting TODAY! rinets at the price now being c now own a tin linitnr*? ' Mi nuuac \/J*t JT?nH?4 \\ K -wanted, WMW\ C vhich are tip ' f*--? hen Pah- p| ^ o E l in Good |^fT[l 5 lj ;'s Model rms ces Sellers h ly 15 Long-W 1?Automatic Lowerin Flour Bin out from 2?Automatic B a s incr flmd- Shelf Extender i tug u uu Lower Cupboanl jome and ,Ant u nub-l IUU1 VjttBIt:J )Ver the I?Gravity Door catche how they 5?Porcelain Wov ne, hours Jable j. 1 C?Dovetailed Joint 01 COOK- , and Rounded Coi wonder- nera. P 7?False Top In Baa ?Dust Proof. 8?All Oak and Ma mini Won't cost you a ] ' Sellers features 1 P 0 obligate you. "i jUlF? o Come Today?bel nets Sold at Thei ;s?Tlhls Week C $54.00 IS..... th Your Purchase of a Kitcher, binet Stool, either white ename irad of Auatomra Si ID H--H iT^eveaae? mere Already a great many New ved at this store. They hera vhat is what" in Fashion. The women's Frocks are un g very plainly the artistry ai lat only the most experiencet ve. These New Frocks are devel aterial?Satins, Tricotine, _ Ti eorgette. < You will find crisp tailored i ;w trimming features?plain ith silk or metallic threads?a ou will he delighted with then em. Don't put it off, visit thi m today?be the first to appear 3t! J a m? Canton, Ohio, are uests at the home of Mrs. Cribble's lother, Mrs. Margaret Sturm, near 'armtngton. They will arrive in'this Ity tomorrow to visit relatives before eturnlng home. TEN YEARS sMo 'he times?Does mat strike you? Do ou Illuminate your bona with poisnous gas? Dont gel scared when we' uggest wiring your house for else-, Icitv?We ran nhnw yen In mla. tes that the electric way Is the most' eonomlc?we do house wlrlntt In a lasterly manner at a modest cost. Let 1 s talk It over. Fairmont Battery Exhanges, 225 Meredith street Phone 191-J. DAY BY DAY THEY COME. New "Society Brand" Fall Suits nd other famous makes are reaching ur stocks every day . They.are wonerfully attractive and even though rices generally are high the remark-, bly reasonable prices here will "be istantly recognized by our . patrons, top and see some of the Fall Suits 1 rich shades of browg?thev are golg to be very popular . Deitz's Leader hop. 219-221 MadlBon St.?Adv. , Buy Fi \ ? ft! >unds am Woman ! After that no more ^ iffered! Come today. , So mc | as fiastercrafft H anted Features g 9-^-OU Hhnd-Rubbed Finish. Withstand? Steam in Kitchen n 10?Full Roll , Open in Front 11?Rollor Bearings for Extension Work ts Table ' 3 12?Commodious Kitch chen Linen Drawer 3 13?White Enameled Interior?U p p cr Section 0 14?Sanitary Leg Base Construction 15?Glass Drawer Pulls ray Others penny to see the great iemonstrated. Won't / Vill enlighten you! :ore too late! se Special tally . . $49.50 t ch( i Cabinet, A Kitchen ne:1 or oak finish. an( W1 lyles Is S it asl Fall Models have ar- ^ Id the latest note in 'J usually smhrt, show- -^? id cleverness of line K' 1 of designers could j oped, in every popular ricolette, Serge and ^ 'rocks with new lines, Lo. serges embroidered soj beautiful assortment. ta* 1 the minute you see l ; Ready-to-Wear sec- ^or in a New Fall Dress. "e< IT IS THfc tND OP 1 ROUBLE When the right pair ot glasses an , worn for the good of ailing eyes Nothing else will sire relief, because nothing.else win bring light to a focus Where *U should be. Light improper!? focussed la what Is wrong with most ailing eyes. Bring your ere iroubles to us. A. B. Scott, Optometrist and, H Optician, corner Jefferson and ifalir &ts. Phone 54S-H.?Adr. "I ALWAYS HAVt GO00 LUCK" Ask any housewife why she prefers ft Marigold Plour ana she will say that she can depend on it. Eetng depends Die. it not only eliminates cnanee ot spoiled baking, but makes a quality I loaf that the housewife is proud ot. ,& Get a sack from your grocer and have satisfactory bakings. Manufactured j by Fairmont Grain and Milling Co. ITS MOVING DAY. " Every dry la moving day with us. Wo are rean.v to mora your freight, your household goods, pianos, safes.';! machinery. And let us remind you that"', we do our work in the most satisfactory manner and with dispatch and At j> most reasonable charges. Long dia- ' utnee moving by large auto vans., if; Thomas Caruso. 221 Meredith St Phone 6TS-J.? Adv. ; Livs in August and Save si Money, 81HI s','4* Sg38 96H \ Special Invitaa!_ ? i ?f - .. I non irom ine foy Man I * SB lust now you will find of new toys in our 'Toy II rner' in the basement. me of the loveliest and ist interesting Toys and j*5 oks that you could ever' |r|S agine that a child Gas Masks?Toy Ma- || I ine Guns?these make a ; racket without any munition. Toy Tink>, Miss Tillie Tinkers, tjffl png Tinkers, Armored ,rs, Toy Wagons, Etc. , ]v|fl Everybody loves to visit 2 Toy display. And this ?ans grownups as well ' We're Showing Beautiful Models. l rhere are plain narrow s and vamps, also ar tic tips and perfora- ' I as?Boots for street or :ss wear. There , are lice black leathers and iv colorings in brown lile everybody is aware it Good Footwear is sting more today than ever cost before, we i your consideration of e Best Values obtain-. f e at any stated price? Li quality at the price is ' > main factor at , the re is a Boot that Would Look Especially Well, With a Black or Blue tt is of Grey Suedeuis heels?light welted e?blind eyelets?imi3ame~ style in a hand