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B Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fanus have
B;ccupied their up-river camp. Camp
Bft'okowlsh, on the Valley River,
BBfiey will have a number of guests
Bjgjjxhe week-end. *
V) To Welisley.
Ruth Heintzelman is leaving
Hpday for Wellsley, N. Y., where she
Brill ; attend commencement at
KWeilsley College, of which she is
Bfr sgraduate. Miss Heintzelman will
^ Iso visit' friends in other eastern
^pities before returning here,
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m Party Returning.
B'The party of Fair mooters who
^ Jorneyed to California with the Ro '
fcorians are returning here next
MVTuesday. Word from the party is
?to tho effect that they have had "a
jtnost delightful trip. Mrs. H. Glenn
^KJreer and children, Joseph and
Miss Mary Greer, and Miss Jean
^KBUlingslea will motor to Pittsburgh
^Bthe latter part of this week, and J.
HTM. Hartley, who will reach PittsH
']burgh on Tuesday, will accompany
them home.
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To Detroit.
; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Frigfit, who
had been residents of this'city for
lithe past two years, have gone to
^Detroit, Mich., where they will
.Spend the summer and where they
H^Ul: probably locate permanently.
<gMr.. Friedt was employed with the
jHome Furniture Co., as adverHBtlsing
manager during their resi^ deijace
here. They resided on Wat
k Moving Today.
W. Kelley and daughter,
BBMiss Ruth Kelley, are moving to^ day
to property which they re k'ently
purchased on Walnut
HHftv'enue. Mr. Kelley resided in the
W SRpon Addition, while Miss Kelley
KgpIiV^eaH at the home of Joseph
^.Grisley on Jamison street since
disposing of their other property
Lvon Walnut avenue.
I Dr. Bishop lo xravei.
>r. Charles Edward Blsliop of
liane^ avenue, who is head of
J-departmnt of Greek in the
varsity, will leave today for
isfieid, Ohio, where he will be
officiating minister at the
iriage of his son. Dr. Ernest
yard Bishop of Cincinnati, to
s Mill a Gilliand of Mansfield,
i wedding will take place in
: bride's home on Saturday, i
e 17, at 2 o'clock in the aftern.F
Carter Richard Bishop,
> is principal of the schools at
1, W. "\*a., will go to Mansfield
serve as best man for his
-eaving Mansfield for New
k City, Dr. Bishop will sail
a that, city Thursday on the
ingoli'a," for England, where
vill spend the summer with reres,
and friends. A part of the
r-will be spent by Doctor Bis.iil
Scotland, the Island of Jerand
other of the Channel isls.
He will return to Morganl;
in September.?Morgantown '
Birthday Tarty
r. and Mrs. Charles Fleming
[Ttained yesterday afternoon
heir home on Floral avenue in
or of their son, Wilbur Lee
ning, and in celebration of the
'anniversary of his birth. A
e birthday cake with lighted
lies o.entered the serving table.
||i "which the children were I
red with refreshments. Those I
sent were Burrls Neptune,
en Ranneuberg, Sarah Lee
nbridge, Anna Holbert, Agues
bert, Virginia She "rard, Elma
ming, Ernest Rannenberg,
)ert Nutter, Andrew Hauge,
bur Lee Fleming and Mrs.
d Bainbridge.
Officers Elected
ifficers were elected as tfols
-by the Pythian Sisters at a
itlng held recently in the K. of
Hall on Main street: P. C.,
Mary Metz; M. E. C., Mrs.
e Kelley; E. S., Mrs. Lillian
iderson; *E. J., Mrs. Nolai
odward; M. of T., Mrs. Nettie!
sow; P.. of T., Mrs. Mary I
use Smouse; O. G., Mrs. Grace [
ison; M. It. C., Ruth Baldwin; j
F. Cera Swisher: captain of I
ree team, Miss Millie K. Evans
list, Essie M. Hawkins.
. number of the members of J
lodge went to Watson today
Jltend the district convention.
FMillie K. Evans, district de?
presided at the meeting I
it and the officers of Moun^lity
Temple No. 5 conducted
emorial service.
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Miss Eastman Hostess
"Virginia Eastman enterH
tain with; a charmingly appoiutluncheon
this morning
KTfaf&he home of her parents. Mr.
|p-r:and Mrs. James T. Eastman on
Iti^Emerson street, in honor of Miss
^ Brantley Hartwell Carter of Chat^kham,
Va.,wto is the guest of Mis3
Ruth Prances Morgan at the home
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
HHpaiflfrfelorgan on High street. The
^ guests played bridge from It
Kdlielock until 1 o'clock, at which
wime luncheon was served. The
Bsouse was prettily decorated with
^ .Jiiprofusion of Dorothy Perkins
Eposes and twenty four young wo-were
delightfully, entertaing?'.!;,v"
" Tanner-McClane.
" - Snrrw^i -rtr^,\Ar\incr rvf "Miss TVTarv .Tnse
li'phine' McLane and Gerald Darland!
if' Tanner took place at 1 o'clock to-|
day at the home of the bride's parS?^e*its<
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McgJtene,
at 130 High street.
.8*7 'The ceremony was read in the
Sf.-Srawing room- by the Rev. John
/ 'Miliar Horton. rector of the Trin'
.-jt^Episcopal .Church. The impresi
. sive, ring ceremony of that church
. '?was used. There were no attendr'
ants and the guests were limited to
1 close friends and relatives of the
^ The bride was gowned in a two
HSto^e browii romaine crepe afternoon
heavily embroidered with ;
^^BlPrrtnd wooden beads. She wore
Hgrijfsage of orchids, French roses i
Mnilies of the valley. Her acces
. .
sorles were in accord with her costume.
The home was a floral triumph In
roses, slimax, ferns, and other
spring flowers. The mantlepiece,
in front of which the bride and
bridegroom kneeled on a -white satin
pillow, was decorated with roses,
smilax, ferns, and""rhododendron.
After the wedding the guests
were all seated at small tables and
a delicious five-course dinner was
served. At the bridal table sat Mr.
and Mrs. Tanner, Miss Jane McDermott,
a cousin of the bride, and the
TWr TJnrtrtn TVio.
J IC * 1-li? *141. *4W4 WM.- * UO VCUtCipiece
was of tiny sweetheart roses
and delphinium and marguerites
and maiden hair fern. In the dining
room there was a large round
table, decorated in the same artistic
manner, where Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph A. McLane, parents of the
bride, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1^. Tanner,
parents of the groom, and the
bride's two grandmothers. Mrs.
Emma Conn and Mrs. C. H. McGane,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
McDermott were served.
Mrs. Tanner has been a resident
of Morgantown for several years,
coming with her parents from
Washington, D. C., where she attended
National Cathedral, a finishing
school for girfis. She also attended
Ogontz School for girls in
Ogontz, Pa., near Philadelphia.
Mr. Tanner is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. N. Tanner of this city, formerly
of Reedsville. He was a student
at the University at the beginning
of the war and spent some
time in the service. He is a member
of the local chapter of-Kappa
Alpha, and Is deputy internal revenue
collector of this district.
Immediately after the dinner the
young couple left for a tour through
the east in a new car, which was a
wedding gift. They expect to be
gone about two weeks. After their
return, they will be at home at 130
High street.?Morgantown Post.
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At ClarksburgMrs.
E. F. Hartley, Mrs. John
Henshaw, Mrs. A. E. Russell and
Miss Rose Watson were in Clarksburg
yesterday for the state meetng
of the Womens Auxiliary of
the Episcopalian church which was
held in Christ church at Clarkburg
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To Meet
The Women's Foreign Missionary
Society of the M. P. Temple
will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
G. Cunningham on Guffey street
tomorrow evening, ivirs. ueorge
Amos will be thsr leader, and Miss
Nette Johnson will conduct the devotional.
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To River amp
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mumford are
spending the week at their river
camp"Altaws.h" on the Valley River,
and have as their guests for the
week, Mr., and'Mrs. Mitchell Mills
and daughter. Miss Betty Mills.
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To Meet
PTTes hrdl rdl dlu taoin fwyppp
The Eastern Star will meet at
7:30 this evening at the Masonic
Temple. Officers will be named,
and a social, hour will follow the
business session.
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The marriage of Miss Mabel
Leah Minor and Edward Everett
Hale, both o? this city, was solemnized
last evening at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Minor in Seventh street, with
the Rev. Claude H. King, pastor of
the First Methodist Episcopal
Church, officiating.
The bride and-groom entered the!
living room to the bridal chorus
from .Lohengrin, played by Mrs.
Forrest DeBoIt, a cousin; of the
bride, and "I Love You Truly" was
played during the ceremony.
The house was artistically decorated
for the marriage with a profusion
of scarlet and pink ramblers
and other garden flowers.
The bride was becomingly gowned
in a suit of dark blue poiret twill
with sand trimmings and wore harmonizing
accessories. Her corsa,ge
was of rosebuds and valley lilies.
Following an informal reception,
Mr. and Mrs. Hale left for a wedding
journey which will include
visits to Atlantic City, New York
and other eastern cities, and upon
men ieturn win resiae in iQis city.
The bride is a charming and accomplished
young woman. She isr
a graduate of the Fairmont High
School and of the Fairmont State
Normal School. She taught school
in Marion County for two years
and had recently been employed by
the Consolidation Coal Co. Mr.
Hale is a son of the late Morgan
Hale and has been principal of the
Rivesville schools for two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor have issued
announcements of the marriage.
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Marriage Announced
Announcement has been -made
of the marriage of Paul McCray
and Miss Florence Ross, both of
this city, which was solemnized
Tuesday at Cumberland, Md. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Ross of the East Side,
and the bridegroom is employed
as motorman on the East Side
traction lines.
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For Mrs. Blair
Mrs. Jackson V. Blair, a recent
Drine or tnis city, was tne guest or
honor at a miscellaneous shower
held in connection with the
weekly meeting of the Wednesday
Bridge Club, when the Misses
Mildren, Martha and Prances
Haymond were hostesses to the
club yesterday afternoon at
Shaidyside. Pour tables were used
in playing bridge, and a salad
lunch was served. Mrs. James
Robinson of Washington, D. C..
the guest of Miss "Virginia Lee
Fleming, was an out-of-town
guest present.
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Announced aMrriage
The marriage of Carson Lucas
Currey and Miss Helen Louise Capelle,
both of this city, was announced
last evening when Mrs. E.
C. Currey, mother of the bridegroom,
entertained at dinner in
their honor at the Currey home on
Pittsburgh avenue. The marriage of
Mh Currey and Miss Capelle was?
z 'J.
returned to this city, malting no im is
mediate announcement of the mar- h<
riage: FWends -were apprised of the V
event by an announcemnt which ai
appeared in the Cumberland papers.
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Class Will Meet
The Volunteer Bible Class will aJ
meet at 7:30 this evening at the hi
home of Mrs. S. S. Musgrave on
Gaston avenue. M
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To Be Hostess M
Mrs. Guy Mason will b? hostess t
to the Needleworkers Club tomorrr*iw
ovpninf at her home at 1108 Jf
Gaston avenue. . |?
Married Yesterday
The marriage of John Davis of
Farmington and Miss Madge Goodwin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Goodwin, was solemnized yesterday
afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents, with the Rev. Roy
J. Meyer, officiating. The bride ft/)
was attended by Miss Mary Williams
of Boothsville as maid of
honor, while the groom's best man
was Frank Griffith of Farmington.
The bride was becomingly gowned
in a dress of white georgette over
ailk and wore a corsage of valley ,y
lilies. Following the marriage dinner
was served to the guests. Mr. gj
and Mrs. Davs have gone on a wed- fc
ding trip to eastern cities, and upon
their return will reside at Lowes g,
viile where he is employed as an p,
electrician. Those who witnessed y,
the marriage were; tl
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Griffiths, C(
Roy Grffith. Frank Griffith, Mrs.
Ervin Jenkins and son Clyde, all of tc
Farmington: ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Eis- al
ler Lowesville: Mr. and Mrs. Jebi- b:
b ah Lawler, Sand Hill, and the c<
Misses Ernest Williams and Arch tl
Hall, Bootlisvlle. w
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Social Calender hi
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Thursday w
The Volunteer Bible Class will
meet at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. gi
S. S. Musgrave on Gaston avenue. io
The order of the Eastern Star w
will meet at 7:30 at the Masonic te
Temple. T
The Tuesday Bridge Club will e<
give a dinner in the Country Club ni
at 7 p. m., the husbands o? the mem- si
bers being the honor guests. fl:
A dance will be given from 9 p Si
m. to 1 a. m. in Ravine Park by the
dancing committee of the Elks, ah ni
of the Elks and their friends being in
invited. M
A lawn fete will he given at 7:30 K
p. m. by the Christian Endeavor B
Society of the Grace Lutheran rt
Church. of
All the members of the inter- tr
mediate and young people's de- te
partment of the First Methodist ci
Episcopal Sunday school have re
been asked to meet at 8 p. m. in ai
the church, at which time special b;
plans will be made for some out- h
door events. rt
From 5 to 8 p. m. the Ladies' g:
Aid Society of the Diamond Street pMethodist
Episcopal Church will jji
give a social and serve a chicken p?
dinner in the social room of the
church. j|,
Friday. pj
The Needleworkers Club will yj
meet at 8 o'clock at the home of p,
Mrs. Guy Mason at 1108 Gaston
avenue. M
The Winona Bible Class will
meet at 7:30 p. m. in the home ^
of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Arnett in g,
Short avenue. p]
Mrs. J. S. Cunningham will en- E
tertain the Woman's Foreign Mis- _T
sionary Society of the Methodist pj.
Protestant Temple at 7:30 p. m. In Jj,.
her home in Guffey street.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans of jj
Columbus, Ohio, are guests of the er
former's brothers, B. F. Evans
and W. D. Evans, at their homes jyj
on Walnut and Gaston avenues. pi
Mrs. W. R. Davis of Spring jc
street went to Simpson today,
where she will attend the funeral
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Oi. Iier U lie It?, jnaiuiau Uj^n.uu,
whose death occurred at Fleming- ^
ton yesterday. Her daughter,
Mrs. Edgar Hamilton, has been in
Flemington for several days on Ll
account of his illness. Mrs. Davis w
and daughter will visit the for- jj<
mer's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Wyckoff.
in Grafton before returning
here. Mrs. Wyckoff is very ill at j?
this time.
A baby daughter was born on
Monday, June 13, to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Taylor, Jr., at their home
oi Virginia avenue.
Mrs. Florence Walmsley, who
spent the winter here with her sis- be
ter-in-law, Mrs. Bernard L. Butcher, gi
at her home on Gaston avenue, is dr
leaving Sunday for her home at re
Beverley. ( si<
Dr. O. C. Bradley of Cross-Roads of
is a business visitor in this city. M:
Mrs. J. S. LeMasters and daugh- th
ter Miss Marjorie EeMasters are ha
spending a few days in Pittsburgh, th
Miss Mary Katherine Howard as tit
the guest of friends in Columbus Sp
Ohio. * pa
Dr. H. (H. Carr left today for Roch Vc
ester, Minn., where he will attend as
Jhe Mayo clinics. He will return ^
here June 26. ev
Miss Elizaebth Weber was in
Morgantown yesterday where she
did the decorating for the Tanner- |ju:
McClaire wedding. , j
Miss Jane Miller, daughter of S. BI1,
B. Miller, is leaving today for Rich so
field Springs, N. Y. where she will
spend several weeks with relatives,
Mass Janet Cook went to Cumber- c '
land, Md? today where she will .
visit friends.
Mrs. Joseph Rogers of Zeising is
spending several days in the 0f'
city visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
J. Coughlin at their home in Grar- sn
ton street. El
Miss Mary Manley of Union- s-j
town. Pa., is visiting friends in an
this city. Da
The Misses Mary Margaret Tal- wa
bott and Amelia Bennett are in Be
Greensburg, Pa., the guests of Mr. we
and Mrs. James Bennett. They re
accompanied Mr. Bennett home lit
after a visit here with his daugh- ho
here ?o spend U?e summer with j
'atts, at their home on Pierpont i
renue. 1
Mrs. M. A. Joliffe is at Detroit,
:ich., the guest of her son,
aughn Jolift and Mrs. JolifC. 1
A son -was born recently to Mr. <
id Mrs. Arthur Frey at their t
ome on Walniit ayenue. <
Miss Jean Hale left today tor i
ountain Lake Park, Md? to 1
>end the summer with Mr. and <
!rs. M. A. Williamson and daugh:r
athpp nnnw am I
ni nut uuuiu.ren
loundsville Man Delivers
Graduation Address at t
Parochial School.
The Rev. nr. J. Coghlan oi ?
ioundsville gave an impressive
ilk to the twenty-live boys and
iris who were awarded diplomas ,
ir completing the eighth grade *
ork at St. Peter's Parochial '
ihool here last night. He im- ,
ressed upon the minds of the
lung folks the great advantages .
lat awarcted them if they would
mtinue their education to the
Lghest goal. He urged the boys
> live the clean Christian lives *
id to take their places with the :
rave, honest and good of thej'
immunity. He asked of the girls I
lat they take their places in the
orld as good, conscientious wo- ;
len, ever true to their sex and '
rinciples, and to live up to the '
[ghest ideals of Catholic woman- '
ood. He told them of the neces- 1
ty of a good education and con- '
ratulated them on their splendid j
ork of the past years.
A colorful entertainment was 5
iven by the children of the Tar- :
us grades. The entire program
as under the direction of their
mchers, the sisters of St. Joseph,
he stage was beautifuly decorat- f
1 with ferns, daisies and roses,
id the softly shaded lights added j
reatly to the effect. American <
igs were artistically intermin- *
ed in the decorations. '
A girls chorus was the first 1
limber of the program. FollowLg
this was a piano trio by the
isses Mary Margaret Shore,
athleen Walters, and Gladys 1
arton. Hugh Skiles gave a clever '
icitation entitled "The Wisdom
' Mike,"' and then came a piano j1
io by the Misses Grace Armbus-I4
r, Gertrude Prendergrast, Lu- 1
lie Kendrick. A piano duet teas (
:ndered by Misses, Jane Watson 1
id Kathleen Walters, followed
/ a piano solo by Mary A. Harr.
elen McXain was next, with a 5
icitation, and a group of boys f
lve a Dixie reading and a song. '
he next number to score a big '
t was the pantomime, "Comin' 1
hro The Rye,'" by a number of 1
rls with Mrs. B. H. McGinley in
le solo part. Miss Anna Frank as
!anist, and Miss Ida Frank as olinist.
The first part of tire ?
ogram.was brought to a success- t
tl close with a piano duet by t
ary A. Harr and Mary McAteer.
The second part of the program
as a charming operetta, "Mid I
immers Eve," with Miss Jose- i
line Davisson as pianist. Miss ?
lizabeth Robinson played the t
leen; Miss Mary Moore took the I
laracter of Dorothy, and Harry
tiomas Hawkins was acted as
lerald." Eileen Duffy was the 1
Spirit of Dawn." The smaller t
Lildren were introduced as fair- <
s. gypsies and elves.
The diplomas were awarded by c
ather Gilsenan to Joseph Brown, t
eorge Walter, Helen Kennedy, e
elen Schaffner, Grace ArmbustMary
Morre, William Sarsfield, v
dam Kessler, Theodore Hart, I
ary Hanaway, David Mumford,
irmine Lumens, Minnie Rush, 1
>hn Hession, Edwin Shore, Helen <i
cKain, Vincent Anwyll, Norman I
egman, John J. Hanley, Cecelia
reighton, Margaret Webber and 1
T3 o /->lr it? 3
Miss Backus was not present at 1
ie exercises, as she went to St.
auis a short time ago to reside r
Lth her parents, but slie received t
jr diploma before leaving.
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Children's Program.
What promises to be one of the j
st entertainments of its kind ever j
ven in Enterprise is the Chilen'3
Day program which is being j
hearsed for next Sunday. A mu- c
:al cantata under the direction <the
Misses Betty and Josephine
artin will-be the main feature of 0
e aflair. More than fifty children 0
ve been selected to fill places in
is number. The cantata is en- .
led "Voices From Woodland." j
lecial costumes are being prered
for the little folk, and Miss
imba Michael of Barrackville is
sisting with the music. The afir
will be given at 7:30 Sunday
ening at the M. E. Church.
Automobile Wreck.
A.n automobile accident which oc-|
rred?near Lucas Mills on last!
nday afternoon resulted in the
ght injuries of a number of perns
and the damaging of two Ford
rs. Bruce Tetrick and Howard ^
rtney of this community were ~
? occupants of one car, while
eed Byer of Shinnston was driv;
the other with three little girls,
so of Shinnston, as passengers.
When the .two cars collided, two
the girls who were Tiding with
rer were thrown from the car and
ghtly hurt. The children were
la Catherine and Thelma Loraine,
'ear-old twin daughters of Mr.
d Mrs. Ben Cunningham. Thelma
wson, who was also a passenger,
is unhurt, as was also the driver.
>th occupants of the second car
:re more or less injured but are
covering at this time. The three
le girls were on their way to the
me of a neighbor and were nick
- . . . . . ^ -r ' .!
:he local grade schools, left Hon-'
lay morning for Pittsburgh, where g
she has enrolled as a student In r
Sing's College of Oratory. c
Good Conference.
1 The Rev. T. J. Hopson returned I
'rom Gassaway, W. Va., the first C
jf the week after attending the dis- c
:rict conference of the M. E. a
3hurch South. He reports that the d
s-ork of the conference was the
jest which has been held In sevjral
Attend Banquet. -t
Among members of the high I
school alumni from here who at- j c
;ended the banquet and outing of 1
' , i- -', T (t
lit; aiuxnni wuiun w<aj> utjiu. u.u aiuu- jy
Suckle Hut near Clarksburg on 1
Wednesday afternoon and evening ,
jf this week were the Misses Irene Lucas,
Merritt Mclntire, Bernice
Stewart, Betty Martin, Josephine
Martin, Beulah Tetrick. Mary
Sturm, Loraine Sturm, Helen Marin,
Messrs. Peto Martin and Eu
;ene Mclntire.
To Return Home.
Friends of Dr. R. B. .Nutter and
'amily, who left several days ago
iy automobile to visit relatives in
rientucky, have received cards sayng
they are having a delightful
risit and will probably start for
lome next Saturday.
Attending Convention.
Among those from here who are |
lttending the convention of Pyth-i
an Sisters which is being held at
Watson today ard the Misses Ivy I
Tetrick, Loraiue Sturm, Merritt
Mclntire. and Velma Hardesty, andj
Mrs. Ben Crislip.
Repairing Roads.
Charles Davis has a large force i
if men at work on Bridge street j
his week. Arrangements for thej
mprovement of this piece of road ]
vere included at the time the dis- |
rict was bonded. However, it was:
;aid that the funds on hand at the
ime the other sections were com j
pleted were insufficient to take'
;are of this section. Much com-!
ilaint was made because of the i
leglect, and it is now believed that
:he work will be completed in a.
short time. The grading is being
lone at this time, but it was not
earned whether the road would be
irlck, concrete or asphalt.
Daughter Born.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tetrick
ire receiving congratulations on
.he birth of a little daughter who J
irrived at their home a few days,1
igo. The child has been named
Mary Tetrick. Mrs. Tetrick was j
jefore her marriage, Miss Elizabeth
Tortney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jharles Fortney, local residents.
Quarterly Meeting.
The quarterly meeting services,
vhich were held at the Free Meth-:
idist Church of this place over j
Sunday, were well attended. There
vere services on Saturday evening i
md also morning, afternoon and |
light on Sunday. The Rev. J. L
lampbell was in charge of the i
neetings. (
Home Tor Vacation.
Miss Bernice Stewart returned;
Saturday evening from ' Athens.!
Dhio, where ijhe had been attend- ]
ng college for the past J-ear. Miss j
Stewart is spending the summer j
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
drs. Charles Stewart.
Attend Funeral.
Mrs. Fred Martin, Miss Josephine
tfartin, Beverly Hardesty and Leonird
Martin were at Wyatt yester
lay to attend the funeral of Clieser
L. Pigott.
Hospital Patient.
Mrs. George Thompson, who has
>een in poor health for several
veeks, was taken to Clarksburg last
Sunday where she was admitted
o the Mason Hospital as a medical,
The Rev. T. J. .Hopson and L. O.
ifclntire were at Gypsy .yesterday
o attend the Harrison County Sunlay
school convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Marcumi
if Killarm were Sunday visitors at
he home of the latter's grandparints,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coon.
Mrs. Martha Sturm of Bingamon'
ras the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.'
t. Robey over the week-end.
mr. ana ivirs. caem cevtjrage auu
ittle daughter are spending a tew
lays at the home of Mr. and Mrs.!
Sd Heflin. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Harter andj
ittle son Jack were guests of Mr.
ind Mrs. Gilbert Hildebrand. of J
Vyatt over Sunday.
Robert Coon, who has been 'in |
loor health for some time, is again
hought to be improving.
The Rev. G. W. Stewart, former
>astor of the local M. E. Church
louth. and now a student at Bar>oursville
School, visited friends
lere this week.
The Misses Bird Tichenor and
Juenadine Mclntire were visitors
n Clarksburg on Monday.
Miss Grace Fortney of Fairmont
s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Mrs. A. D. Harrison has gone to
livesville where she is the guest
if her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
er Rice.
Mrs. Ernest Burns and children
if Washington, Pa., are the guests
if relatives here.
Mrs. George Little and little
We Clean Furs
?not cheaper
but better
Heinze & Co.
Phone 1200-1201
will play during lunch
and dinner for the balance
of this week including
Sunday. This is
an exceptional orchestra
and an extra treat
for our patrons.
niests at the home of the latter's
Mrs. John Collins were
rnests of their daughter, Miss Saah
Collins of Clarksburg, last SunMr.
and Mrs. Petrey, Mr. and Mrs.
"Yahk Haller and Mrs. Gabert of
llarksburg were " entertained as
linner guests at the home of Mr.
.nd Mrs. J. TV. Saunders last Sunlay.
LONDON, June 15.? (By the
Associated Press)?The Bank of
England today lowered its disount
rate to 3 1-2 per cent, a
eduction of 1-2 per cent from
he figure established on May 13
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For Sun
Here Art
A. more attracts
dresses -would be har
gandies, Ginghams,
Eponges and Rodier
eponge dresses having
to match/Varieties w
$5 to :
Beautiful Sumi
Fairest of summer dre
in tubable crepe de c
and broadcloth tub si
I Wedd
For the man c
wedding presents ai
be a welcome annoi
summer days many
bility of reminding
vided for just such
things in the store
ding gifts. We will
that are new.
' ]
Wardrobe TrunksSuit
Freeze Your
Ice Creai
JNo Ice cream rou *
As Good
The Acme Freezer Is ai
freezer. It is the lc
freezer made. And it i
for freezing and pack!)
other freezer. Buy an A
and you will have a
will serve long and wel
Table Cover. 12 Napkins
and-12 Plates for
WASHINGTON. June 15.?Summer
training camps were opened
everywhere over the country today 5
under army supervision for youths j
of the Reserve Officers Training
Corps, part of the machinery of
the new defensive military policy
set up in the National Defense Act
of 1920. The courses mapped out
for the student officers cover the
whole field of military science, especially
qualified regular officers
have been assigned to the camps as
It'has been calculated that the
camps this year will result in at
least 2,000 potential officers being
liner Vacations
and Festivities
e the Right
re display of
d to find. OrToiles,
Fabrics ? the TJ ?
shoulder capes
ithout seeming
$25 J
ner Wash
511.75 A /'
:sses, developed
hine, tub silks
ing Gifts W
the Name
n* the woman who has forgotti
e in order for certain of their f]
mcement. You see, In the rush
things are forgotten and we ass
busy folks of things like these,
occasions sometime ago, and no
that make most acceptable and
be glad to show you some very
mer Trave
The Luggage Se<
\ usually complete d
\ "hand luggage from
\ vacationists can sel
3 ticular requirmems
~j luggage found hen
/ and an excellent va
v price.
?$35 up ' Traveling
to $22.50 Steamer & Dr
velnciup Ao-pnlc fnr lht> Ropera
$40.00 Wardrobe Trunk
Own ^-jggsi1
3an Buy Is
a economical
Dwest price
ises less ice
ag than any I ?
.cme freezer, V .
freezer that
^1-5? Felt Covere
Basement Special T
.... ?
Imitation Jue
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tional Guard regiments. Ultimately
It is planned to expand the training
n-ork so that an annual crop o*
Attendance at camps this year, it
is indicated, will be the greatest to
date. By corps; areas, the attendance
at the training corps camps is
expected to aggregate as follows:
First corps, 721; second corps.
605; third corps; 986; fourth corps.
1,330; fifth corps. 777; sixth
mrpSjTOS;' seventh corps, 944;
eighth corps, 5o7; ninth corps. ??L
with a Golden Glint Shampoo.-Adv.
, Sports
orthy I
- - * - * - ** - I
en until now that I i
n ends, this should
of these beautiful I
isplay of trunks and
which travelers and j;
2 is of good quality
,iue uiic muiwaucu
Bags $15 to $35 " ;.
ess Trunks $12.50 up |

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