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HE^rK. Frank Haas, at their home ^Krs of thf> Wnmon's Foreien Mis iary Society of the First Metht Episcopal Church were enained. at a beautifully appointunch'eon Saturday afternoon tie home of Mrs. K. M. Hite on mont avenue. he guests, numbering twenty. 9 seated at two long tables, :h -were centered with large ich baskets of sweetheart s and ragged robins, while ty hand-painted place cards pink baskets filled with mints ked -each cover. A delicious -course lunch was served, folng which a delightful social r was spent, during which H. S. Falconer charmed the its withf several vocal numThose who enjoyed Mrs. *s hospitality were Mrs. J. D. ter, Mrs. J. M. Altman. Mrs. B Harr., Mrs. M. L. Brown. Austen Wilson, Mrs. Harvey n, Mrs. Clyde Crane, Mrs. ry Wycoff Mrs. Charles L. :er, Mrs. J. L,ee Hall, Mrs. F. mith, Mrs. H. L. Troxell, Mrs. . Minor, Mrs. A. W Meredith, Fred Helmick, Mrs. C. RichHall. Mrs. E. S. McCullough, . H. H. Rose. Mrs. Will Reys, Mrs. S. G. Moyer. Mrs. H. S. oner and Miss Lelia Mercer. "XV. C. Smith, Mrs. W. H. st. Mrs. Claude H. King and C. Ward were unable to be snt on account of illness. . * * * Missionary Tea. isical features of, the misiry tea to be held tomorrow le City Missionary Union from C A f fllA !S'. of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. hinson, will be selections on violin by Prank Delegatti, violonist with the philalia Symphony Orchestra, ac>anied by Miss Katlierine e, and vocal solos by Mrs. E. doser. Mrs. James Middle"Qf Cape Town, Africa, who e guest of Mrs. Duncan Sinwill address the meeting. >ther interesting features will dded to the program. Mrs. . Eddy, president of the Misry Union, will receive, as1 bysSthers of the o/flcial I, and-the arrangements will charge of Mrs. O. F. Lough mart of the hostess commitA silver offering will be i, and the women of the city bebn invited to be present, musical program will be in ;e -Mrs. T. E. Johnson. Picnic Postponed ingto the fact that the Valiver. is too high for bathing, icriic to have been held this at 7Eide-a-Wee. the river of,-Miss Helen Meill, by the business Girls Bible Class, >eeir postponed. To Picnic church picnic and field day vanqe .will be held by the egation and Sunday school e First.M. E. Church on idav afternoon. Athletic ?p?everits have /been arranged for the feboys and girls and plenty of good b/things to eat will feature the day's K program. Part of the crowd will jv go to the place of meeting, which It;.- will be the old fairgrounds at the I-/ end of Maple avenue at 2 o'clock, iMi/while others will go out in time l|fe?-f6_r. supper, which will be served L," >it 6 o'clock. fKSV- It Is proposed to hold these events once a month during the I summer season. Home Coming Dance. To welcome college young peoHBpie home, a dance will be staged at Bjy/the Fairmont Country Club ou Pi'; 'Tuesday evening, which promises Ijj Sfo be a most enjoyable affair. The u "Melodvlane Syncopators" of Mc[y Keesport, Pa., who have made such /a hit with local people, has been '//"^engaged to furnish the music for jjjjK<5he evening. The patronesses and Kicpajtrons will be Mr. and Mrs. MurPft ray Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. George Iptfjjj^Peddicord, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 1^ J^RnKlUS, 1?11 . ttuu W11 i (born. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hay and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur f To Entertain Class, i Mrs. It. O. Prickett will be hosL less to the Friendship Class of the jbv-M. E. Church, South, this evening * at her home in Hawthorne street. ? * ^ Missionary Coming. Miss Sallie Alexander of. Osaha, i,;; Xapan, will be a visitor in this city . ibis week and will address the con fcf;gregation of the First Presbyterian B Church at the close of the weekly ^ nrayer service on Wednesday eve On Thursday afternoon she will hpeak at the home of Mrs. J. WaH; . Beekman in Fairmont avenue H . before the missionary society of the Fleming Memorial Church. ^B. This meeting will be held at 2:30, VV.Miss Alexander had been a misK stonary to Japan since 1894. Class to Meet. r The W. A. Sunday Neighborhood " Bible Class will meet this evening it S o'clock at the home of Thomas Tucker at 719 Walnut avenue. Have Guests. fDr. and Mrs. H. S. Falconer have (their \ guests at their home in Fairmont avenue, tne iatter's sister, Mrs. H. G. Fitch and daughter. Miss Holland Fitch. Miss Fitch is Wdancing artist of ability and -will appear in program with Mrs. Falconer at the Railroad Chautauqua tomorrow evening. Hbh&r- ' ' .'???? Cumpston-Manley. HI The marriage of Paul R. Cump gs?on and Miss Virginia Manley, Hfcth of this city, was solemnized HBrf' 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at 6parsonage o? the officiating 3-ter. the Rev. H. G. Stoetzer. hers of the immediate family and a few friends witnessed the I IHI ,* ?, r 1- W\ \ ' ceremony, following which Mr. and Mrs. Cumpston left for Pittsburgh, -where they will spend a few days. Upon their return they. will reside in this city. "5*^ The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam "W. Manley of Watson. She is a graduate of the Fairmont High and Fairmont State Normal School and last year was principal of the Monongah Grade School. Recently she held a position in the offices of the Fairmont Mining Machinery ,Co. Mr. Cumps -. ? ^ - - -< , : ton is yiuj/iit/cu us, car uistriuuiui for the Consolidation Coal Co. He is a son of Mrs. Effie Cumpston of East Park avenue. He served, with the U. S. Army in overseas service, having fought in the battles of the Meuse and the Argonne. * ? . Return Home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powell have returned from Berkeley Springs, where they spent some time. Mr. and Mrs.. Powell motored there and were-joined by John Talbott and Gorman Sloan, students at Mt. St. Mary's College at Emmettsburg, Pa., who accompanied them home. ? Mr. Talbott was graduated last week from the high school course at Mt. St. Mary's. .... At Summer Home. The Misses Martha Jenkins, Jane Cunningham and Maxine Jenkins spent last week at the summer home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jenkins near Bootlisville. On Friday they entertained a crowd of young people at a wiener roast at the Jenkins home, which was a delightful affair. # * w j Leaving Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Rosier, president; of the Woman's Club, Mrs. i Charles W. Waddell, second vice president. Mrs. James H. Thomas, chairman of the music department, Mrs. Levi B. Harr, chairman of the Americanization committee, and Mrs. Charles C. Robb are leaving Wednesday for Lake Cliaut'auqua. N. Y., where they will attend the biennial convention of the General Federation of Women's Clubs to be held there. The convention opens on Thursdays of this week and continues in session until June 30. * Jit * * Class Will Meet I The Woman's Bible Class of the I First Presbyterian Church will have its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Ewan, 1S37 Morgan town avenue, on mesaay evening. Members will leave Reckman's corner at 6:50 o'clock. * . * , Announcements Received Announcements of the marriage of Miss Lula .Jones, formerly of this city, and John Thomas Worsham of Richmond. Va., have been received here and read as follows: "Mrs. Thomas Hawkins announces the marriage of her granddaughter Lula Morissette Jones and John Thomas Worsham. Saturday June 17. Roanoke. Va." Mr. and Mrs. Worsham will be at home at 2015 Hanover Place, Richmand, Va., after July 1. Miss Jones was formerly a teacher in the William R. White School in this city. * * aft * Graduated Miss Adaline Beeson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Beeson of Annabelle. has returned to Annabelle where she will spend the summer with her parents. Miss Beeson was graduated on June 7 from Penn Hall School at Chambersburg Pa., where she had been a student. .... New Camp One of the finest and most up-todate camps along Tygart's Valley River is the new camp at Poplar Island occupied by a camping club composed of Dr. Basil Herron. Dr. Ray Strum, John Barr, Frank Hiehle and Herschel Hill. The camp is owned by Russell Nichols and Mr. Clinton, who are also the owners of all the other camps on the island. The owners have gone I +r\ oAtici/lorelilcv ovnonco + n tyiaVo ! the new camp one of the best along j the river and have supplied all I modern conveniences. * * * # Bridge Tonight. j The weekly bridge _ tournament of the Country Club will be held j this evening. Preceding the bridge I games, several parties will enjoy dinner at the club house. * * # * At Fort Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pursglove and son and Mr. and Mrs. Parker Spinney .of Cleveland. Ohio, drove here from Cleveland, Ohio, and are : guests of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Watson at Fort Hill. Mr. Pursglove is a prominent Ohio coal operator. They will return home%th!s week. * * *! * At Summerfield John N. Cunningham of Washington, D. C., a former resident of Marion County, and his daughter, Mrs. Arthur Lucas and son, John Stewart Lucas, of Atlanta, Ga., are spending a week in this i nitv ? 4. _ ~r 1\r-~ end Kfirr j V-IWJ- IUU guests ISL lUi . duu auto. ; i J. H. Rowand at Summerfiela. ! their suburban home. Other weeK end guests at Summerfield were John Cunningham. R. W. Wooly and Grove Cunningham of" Pittsburgh. * ? * Indiana Guests Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Langell ana son in law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. f>. Harshbarger of Anderson, Ind., motored here Saturday and are guests of'Mr. and Mrs, D. S. Langell at their home in Fleming Court .Mr. and Mrs. Langell are the parents of D. S. Langell. ? ? < ? Called Moetlng A called meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Barrackville Baptist Church will be held at 7:30 this evening *t the church. Important business will be transacted. * * 0 To Meet The Girls Missionary C'rcle of the Central Christian Church will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at the church. A good program will C. Rownd, and the election of officers. Miss Pearl Mcraroe will be the hostess an d will be assisted by Miss Martha Johnson. ? ? * * ^ Club Will Meet The Docena Club will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. William Sigler on Diamond street. * * * * No Meeting There will be no meeting of the W. C. T. U. tomorrow owing iu i the missionary tea which will be J held at Sonnencroft. j m * m Have Guest Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ashcraft have as their guesj at their home on Fairmont avenue, Miss Helen McClure of Parkersburg. ? ? On Tour Miss Marjorie Ruth Ross, who j had been teaching in the Nashville j Tenn., schools, the past year, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and j Mrs. J. M. Ross at Winfield. Miss Ross is leaving Friday for Quebec, from where, witb a party of friends she will sail on an European tour. She goes as a memner of the Ward Eelmont party, whicn will be conduced by her aunt, MTss Olive Rov a former Marion ounty woman, and a member of the faculty of the Ward-Belmont School. They will visit Scotland, Switzerland, Ger- j many. Italy, France and England i and will witness the Passion Play ] at Oberammergau. * * * * Family Party Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawkins and their children gave a week-end party at the old Hawkins home' stead at the West-Boggess farm in Union District. The affair was arranged complimentary to Mrs. Curtis Boggess and Mrs. Charles MciCray of Muncie, Ind., who are visit ing here. The Boggess farm was the old home place of Mrs. McCray and is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson. In the party were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawkins and son Okey.' Mrs. Cray, Mrs. Boggess. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawkins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hawkins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hawkins and family and Mrs. H. H. Long. ? * * Have Guest Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fletcher have as their guest at their home " ? " " 7\>T ?-r. TTlotolior'e Oil DtJIiUIll UVCUUC, J.UIO. * 1VI.VUW. ? niece, Miss Mary Louise Stockly of Iron Mountain, Mich. Miss Stekley will spend seevral weeks here. * * * At Camp Torazell Camp Torazell on the "Valley River was occupied over the weekend for the first time this season, when a club of local young men entertained their girl friends delightfully Saturday and Sunday. The camp, which is one of the prettiest on the river front, will be occupied each week-end by the young men and their friends. Yesterday's outing was among the most delightful ever held there. Those present were, the Misses Olive Dunham. Ruth Hutchinson, Flossie Kramer, Marie Frum, Ruth Frances Morgan and her guest Miss Brantley Carter of Chatham, Va., and Messrs. Hugh Fox, Orin Bell, Harry Watkins, Harper Meredith, Glenn Batteiger, Hal Dille, and Goebel Harr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amos chaperoned the party. PERSONALS | Mr. and Mrn. H_ C. Moore and son John spent yesterday in the city the guest of Mrs. Moore's par- | ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Boyds-1 ton. xney moioreu ueie num Morgantown and returned last evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirkpatrick of Clarksburg were week-end guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cunningham, at their home on Monroe street. Miss Leora Abbott spent Sunday in Grafton with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Beale were in Clarksburg Saturday, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Rosenthal. Mrs. Sidney Reynolds is visiting relatives in Taylor County this week. Mrs. Richard Hall spent the week-end in Grafton, the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Zell Holverstott. Her daughter Miss Jean Halt, who is visiting there, remained for a longer visit. Miss Doris Hall and guest, Miss Katherine Faulkner, have returned from Elkins, where they were the guests of Miss May Maxwell for the past ten days. Jack Norbert Moore of Morgantown spent today with friends in this city before going to Clarksburg, where he will work for the Central Motor Co. Paul Bottome of Moundsville is j a business visitor in Fairmont. ! Mr. Bottome will remain in the \ city until Wednesday. Alexander nuuu ui .wuifeauLu?u Is visiting -with friends in the city. Mrs. J. W. Devison and son Austen and Mrs. W. A. Smail returned Saturday from a week's automobile trip to New Lexington and Buckeye Lake, Ohio. They attended the commencement exercises at Mount Aloysisu Academy at New Lexington. from which Mrs. Devison's daughter. Miss Olive Devison, was graduated. At Buckeye Lake, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Cully, the latter a sister of Mrs. Smail. Robert Freeman of Pittsburgh is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Mitchell Mills, at her home in the "Wiedebusch Apartments. Robert Furman of Morgantown, formerly of this city, was a weekend guest here and at the up-river camps.. Miss fVinfrede Gettings was at Mannington yesterday for the funeral of Mrs. Kate Padden Marr. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Musgrave and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Huffman left yesterday for an automobile trip to Baltimore. James Deveny is ill with typhoid fever at the home of his Hf- > ^ "!\T-T-v T> A pal ClikD, nil . tiixxj. A A. I I Deveney on Watson avenue. W. E. Farlow, Ollle Hamblln I! s homes, after a visit to^ the former's brother on Madison street. Miss Martha Zearley, graduate nurse- of this city and her cousin. Miss Lillian Zearley of Uniontown. Pa., are leaving Monday for Boston from where they wiil sail on June 24 tor a three-months' tour abroad*. They will accompany' a Pennsylvania touring party on the trip. Judge and Mrs. Jake Fisher of Sutton were visitors in this city on Saturday evening. Mrs. M. A. Williamson and daughter. Miss Lela, have rented a cottage at Mt. Lake Park for the summer and have occupied it. The latter is recuperating from aj recent severe illness. Miss Louise Snider and Miss Ethel Rice left yesterday for d trip to Detroit. Mich., Niagara Falls and points in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Black have left in their automobile for Toronta, Canada, where they will attend the international convention of the Kiwanis clubs. Mrs. W. C. Smith and daughter, Miss Lelia Grace, .are visiting; friends at Rochester, Pa. Miss Helen Shuttlesworth returned to Fairmont this morning after spending the week-end with her parents in Clarksburg. Miss Shuttlesworth is a student in the summer' school at the Fairmont Normal. | Social Calender Monday The weekly bridge tournament i will be held in the Country Club at 8:15 p. m. The Women's Hospital board will meet at 3 o'clock at the hospital parlors. A meeting of the American Citizenship Department of the Women's Club will be held at 2:30 at the Y. W. C. A. The W. A. Sunday Neighborhood Bible Class will meet at S o'clock at the home of Thomas Tucker at 719 Walnut avenue. Mrs. R. O. Prickett will entertain the Friendship Class of the M. E. Church at S o'clock at her; home on Hawthorne street. A called meetng of the Ladies' i Aid Society of the Barrackville j Baptist Church will be held at 7:30 j p. m. in the church. The Girls' Mission Circle of the | Central Christian Church will meet j at S p. m. in the church. The Alice M. Sheppard Mission-! ary Society of the Methodist Protestant Temple will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the church. Miss Virginia Vockrodt will be the leader. Tuesday I Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson will entertain the City Missionarj- Union at tea from 3 to 5 p. m. in her home "Sonnencroft" in Morgantown avenue. Five divisions of the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptist church will meet at 7:30 p. m. as follows: Division No. 1 in the home of Miss Alice Mclntire, 502 Ohio avenue: dvsion No. 2 n the home of Mrs. George Johnson, 333 Chicago street, division No. 2 in the home of Mrs. Raj' Maple, 524 Pierpont avenue; divis'on No. 4 in the home of Mrs. Tusca Morris, 517 Fairmont avenue; cjivsion No. 6 in the home, of Mrs. E. N. Eddy in Bdgemont. A dance'will be held in the Country Club from S:30 to 12 p. m. The Docene Club will meet at S j o'clock at the home of Mrs. William Sigler on Diamond street. The Woman's Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Ewan, 1837 Morgantown avenue, at 7 o'clock. The Teacher Training Class of the First Methodist .Episcopal Church will meet at 7 p. m. in the church. Wednesday Miss Sallie Alexander of Osaka, I Japan, will speak at 7:30 p. m., in j the First Presbyterian unurcu in Jackson and Jefferson streets. The Missionary Society of the Fleming Memorial Church will meet at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. J-I. Beckman on Fairmont avenue. Thursday A meeting of the Ladies' Aid So. ciety of the Methodist Protestant Temple will be held at 2 p. in. in the church parlor . Field day and a picnic will be held at 2 p. m. by the First Methodist Episcopal Church at the old fairgrounds at the end of Maple, avenue. The Epworth League of the I Diamond Street Methodist Episco-; pal Church will hold a cabinet meeting at 7:30 p. m. in the church. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church will hold its monthly rpeeting at 2:30 p. m. in the church library. '(Community Night" will be observed by the First Baptist Church in celebration of the Rev. W. J. Eddy's twenty-five year pastorate here. The service will be held in the church and will begin at 7:30 p. m. Friday Practice for the choir of the Central Christian Church will be held at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forre3t DeBolt, 610 East Park avenue. New York leads all other states with 27,622 men in the army. Pennif r-onnnfl TVTa ???? f?h 1J SP.t.frj? third. Illinois fourth and Texas fifth. CITY ICE COMPANY Phones 398 or 399 Merchant and Goff Streets AN INVESTMENT NOAV of a mere few dollars at Muscle Shoals, is gateway to Riches. For further information call or write. S. G. Moyer. Phone 199 or 1123-W. Prof. Bldg. Fairmont, W. Va. ? Summer Fash 8 Continue to entice hundred Shops that they may see the gl Imer of 1922. From the gayest ; finest cape?topped sports outfr | V The Ne> SUMJ FRO) !Are Receiving ai Popularity frorr IS and Girls of When one wishes to look fr mum of effort, the one-piece s; chosen. Here are any number o differently smart sports frocks | but a short time. Developed in both silks and of colors'. 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