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street. Mr ami Mrs. George Ho'- 1
d- bert.of Mnnclo, ind., Mr. and f
nt Mrs., J. R. Holbert and daughter .;
tb Ruth of Bloomlngton. 111. Mr. and 1
id- Mrs. Clarence Levelle and family "
re of Wichita. Kan., who were the f
u gneata of the former's mother, >
ra Mra. Elisabeth Levelle, have re- J
;h- turned to their home. Mr.-and !
er Mrs. George Holbert and Mr. anl
Mrs.'J. R. Holbert motored here.
Married 8unday c
William P. Wilson and Miss c
Is, Madeline Steele, the latter a *
lo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome c
ce Steele, were married Sunday by }
ne the Rev. J. C. Broomfleld, pastor !
as of the M. P. Temple. !
To Falrvlew. '
m- A large number of members of
ch the First Baptist Church went to
all Fairvlow today, where they are at- j
ed tending the first annual session of ,
id- the Fairmont Baptist Association, ,
>lt- which lncludes'a number of churchch
es In this vicinity. Among those
Hit attending are the Rev. and Mrs. W.
le J. Eddy and daughter. Miss Kath- ,
lal erlno, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Eddy. .
ly, I Mrs. A. 'J. Stone, Mrs. T. L. Hen- ,
ix,'derson, Mrs. Wllmot Eardley, Mrs. ,
he|W. H. Barnes, Mrs. R. W. Holbert.
us Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Clar
ei, ence Spurge<vi. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
a Lawler. Mies Lenore Menear, Mis* ,
sir Grace Watson, J. F. Cole. S. O. (
5x- Feaster. Mrs. 0. W. Clark, and Mrs.
iv- W. R. Wallace,
m- . '
ng Guests Here,
a Mrs. Robert I). Faris and little
el. daughter. Mlas Mary Louise of
ks Bridgeport. W. Va? arc guests of
no the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
rd W. S. Mayers, at their home In
nd Watson avenue. Mr. Faris spent
or the week-end at the Mayers home
*11, and returned home yesterday, and
jal Mrs. Forls and baby daughter will
re. remain here for a longer Ylsit. .
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pm Meeting Called.
;er A meeting of the Women's Mis51,.
aionary .Society of the M. K.
3X. Church. South, has been called to
,j*r. be held Wednesday evening, following
the mid-week prayer meetes.
In?
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P2 In Pittsburgh.
Mrs. W. T. Hartman of Benoni
avenue underwent a severe surglcal
operation In the West Penn
h* Hospital at Pittsburgh Saturday.
~ She Is doing nicely at this time.
A* Mrs. H. W. Showalter, her sister, '
who accompanied her there, has
J? returned here. Herl daughter,
Mrs. Stuart Ely of Jeanette, Pa..
n2 is in Pittsburgh at this time. v
na
ier " To Philadelphia.
ras Miss H6|en Hite is leaving to0S?
day for Philadelphia, whet'e she
,n will enter Miss Casken's School
'n*j for Girls. She will be accomnd'
panled there by her father, R. M.
Hite. . Miss^Lucile Hite is a student
at the Harcum School at
de- Philadelphia.
[Is
Debolt-Morris.
tly George F. Oebolt and Miss Jeeild
sie Floyd Morris were married at
Of the home of- the bride's brother,
?d James R. Morris, in Morgantown
W- avenue Sunday at 2:30 o'clock. The
er. Rev. J. C. Buckley, pastor of the
an- Diamond Street Church, was the
?1- officiating .minister, ^nd the ring
A. ceremony of the Methodist Eplscomt
pal Church was used! The relatives1.
ad- and a few friends witnessed the I
art mnrrtntfp Thp waririinp marrh whr
Hje played by. Miss Martha Prum, a!
niece of the bride, who also played I
0- the "Bridal Chorus" by Lohrcn sta
grin sdftly during the ceremony. An |
Informal reception was held, and'
refreshments were served. The
living rooms .and dining room were
as tastefully-' decorated with faUj
ch flowprs. ind a color scheme of pink
p7 |
N Eat Your |
md Have |
Too? 1
ie" is a Fanus Dia
ive on a salary, Know
nothing wl^ch you
m than a really beauEet,
possibly, hereto- = .
elt that you could not
is an investment that
eases: in value, hot
u can-have the pleas- =
a. diamond, knowing || ?
of saving deposit that 1
lto cash at"any time.
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JS & Co.
VELERS
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and Clarksburg t. B
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illlHlltlWIIIIIIIIIIIM .
SnSing,. accessories and a cor- '
W of ;bride'B roses. "Mr. Debolt i
an employe of the Monongahela -1
tallroad. He antl'his bride left on 1
he t: 13 train for a wedding trip ]
o Pittsburgh, Washington, BaltU i
sore. Philadelphia, New York and i
lolnte In Virginia. Upon their re- 1
urn they, will reside In their new ]
lome that Is abont completed In I
Jorgantown avenue."
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- Named A Page
Miss Isabel McKinney, daughter i
if Mrs. Mary Emory McKinney, j
if this city, has been named to a15',
is a page at the general meeting' :
if" the United Daughters of the
Confederacy to be held at Blrmngham,
Ala., October IS. 16. and
7. Miss McKinney was one gj
wo psges selected from West VIr,
llnia. i ;
e
To Meet !
Court Joan of Arc. Catholic"
Daughters of America, will meet
it 7:45 o'cloek this evening at
he K. of C. Hall.
i ? i
Will Meet
Dent Hive No. 733 L. O. T. M.
sill meet at 7:20 this evening at
he hall. All ofricers have been
trged. to tre on hand for practice
vork.
To Edgeway
Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Fleming
ind little daughter. Virginia Lee.
ire moving tomorrow from' fheir
iresent place of residence on
Fourth street .to Edgeway.
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Lodge Social
The Ladles of the Golden Eagle
will hold an Ice cream festival at
Arnett's Hall at Rlvesvllle Friday.
* *
Tn Holrl ltMinlnn
The Bowman family am!
friends will hold a reunion at
Traction Park all day next Sunday,
A large turnout Is expected.
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To Bnckhannon
Mrs. E. S. Amos, preisdent of
the local W. C. T. U. went to
Buekhannon yesterday, where sha
will-attend the stato meeting of
the W. C. T. U. Others in atteu-j
danec are Mrs. S. E. Miller, Mm.
W. D. EvanB, Mrs. Elizabeth Dent,
Mrs. J. W Lougherty and Mrs.
Jennie Hess.
T Give Tea
Mrs .John William. Mason and
her cousin, Mlw Bess Mason, will
entertain the Florence Kinney
Bible Class at tea Monday afteVnoon
at "The Pines," their
home on MdVgantown avenue. The
guests will be received at 3:30,
and this Will mark the opening of
the year for the class?
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Birthday Party.
Mr. and Mrs. w. F. Hunter entertained
on last Thursday at their
home in honor of their daughter
Mary and in celebration of the sixteenth
anniversary of her birth.
Those present"were Mr. and Mrs.
M. G. Darrah, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Yost, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Conaway,
Mr. and Mrs: Clark Darrah. Beryl
Darrah, Brice Darrah, Eddie Darrah,
Gordon Blake Darrah. Mr.-and
Mrs. S. A. Conaway, Willis Conaway,
Ola Conaway, Ella Conaway,
noui/ \>uuawuy, uarvia vuuitwuy,
Delmar Conaway; Dorothy Conaway,
Mr; and Mrs. J. P. Wilson.
Monford Wilson, Virginia' Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wyer. Llllle
Wyer, Mr. and Mrs. Toramle Williams.
Blaine Williams. Mildred
Williams, Everett Williams, Lulu
ft
See T1
In Thi
New Suits, 1
identical with tl
fashion centers,
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ind -Mr?,.'Hashlt BreweW8tacy
Brewer, Esdle Brewer,' Horience
Brewer, Sadie Fethtal, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Wilson, Blendlne Wilson,
Wlldlne Wllaon, Bernard Wilson,
Boy Tnttle, Earl Tnttle, Jim
Mitchell Albert Mitchell, Eliiabeth
Mltfchell. Ruth Tnttle, Jenerle Hnn-j
ter, Paul Rlggs, Nellie Brltton, Glen
Tootbman,. Romalne McCoy, Cath-j
srine Hunter, Rotle Tootbman, A. j
F. Ponnditone, P. W. Rlggs, Lawrence
McArcb, Mr, and Mras W. K.
Hunter, Mary Hunter, Byron Hun
ter, William Hunter and Edward
Hunter.
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Clan to Meet.
The Asher Business Girls' Bible
Claas will bold lta opening meetIng
Thuraday evening at the Y. W.
C. A. Supper will be served at 5:45,
alter which an attractive program
lor the year's work will bo outlined
by the leador, Mrs. W. S. Mayers.
All members of the claas are expected
to be present, and a cordial
Invitation Is extended to all business
girls to meet with and join the
class.
To Meet
The Women's Mission Circle of
the First Baptist Church will
meet at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon
at the social rooms of thj
church. The hostesses will be
Mrs. C H. Jenklds, Mrs. Charles
Bllllngsley, Mrs. Martha Boggoss
and Mrs. Frank Palmer. Tne
following program will be carried
out: Solo. ,'^The Voice In the
Wilderness," Mrs. .Bruce Bailey:
"China as 'a Nation.!' Mrs. J. 8.
LeMastors; "The Unbound Foot
and What It Means," Mrs. C. O.
Henry; "Missionary Influence (n
China." Mrs. W. J. Eddy; trio.
Mrs. Bruce Bailey, Mrs. J. Minor
Dunham and Mrs. N. E. Jamison.
*
Past..-TV tr?_ Cw-A
Mr^. Hester Miller Atwater and
sister, Miss Katherine Miller,
have returned from an extended
visit with relatives in New York.
*
Returning Today *
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Moore of"
Locust avenue, who have been on
an automobile tour of the New
England States and the White
Mountains are expected to arrive
home today. Dr. Phoebe Mooro.
of Mannington, who accompanied
them, returned several days ago.
To Have Tea
Mrs. John M. Kianer, Mrs. H.
L. Criss and Mrs. W. H. Shinn
are issuing invitations for a tea
to be held Thursday, October 12,
at the home of the former. I
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Entertaining Book Club
Mrs. Tusca Morris is entertaining
the members of the Main
Street Book Club, of which she
is a member, at luncheon, this af'".moon
at her home on Fairmont
| /anue. ~ flP'.e guests, eleven in
number, were served with luncheon
at 1 o'clock, following which
some interesting book discussions
were held. The serving table was
prettily decorated with garden
flowers. The Book Club, which
had not met since July, will meet
regularly from now on. i
Interest in Concert
Much interest centers among!
local music lovers over the com-,
ins to this city on November 2 ot
Madame Louise Homer, celebrated
American contralto, who will aj>he
New r
e Garment S
lew Dresses, new Coats
lose being introduced i
are to be seen in our {
Tailore*
DRE!
% Ideal For
| W<
However dear
heart, the busine
ibly resigns-fur I
ness she aspire
appearance. Th<
dress solves the
nicety. It is so e
ahd the trimness
are so becoming
We show tailored
iety of fabrics an
$18 00 1<
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mlth of Buckbannon, the Rer. C.
. Ooodwln of' Huntington. The
or..and Mr*. Claude H- King. Dr.
id Mr*, a W. Howard and the
oat and hostess. Fall tloirere were
rettlljr u*ed on the'table.
FUNERAL. HELD TODAY. '
The funeral ot Mr*. Jennie L>.
ummer*, wile ot Leroy Summers.
ho*e death occurred Sunday eyeing
at Cook-Hospital a* the result
t burns she sustained on Sunday
lornlng when she attempted to
ght a tire with kerosene, was held
U* atternon from the churon at
atawba, and burial was made In
te Catawba Cemetery by is. v.
Dues. -.j
HONEYMOOXERS HOME
Sam Bordla, local restaurant j
nan, who was married In Clarks- 1
lurg on September 2d to Ml?
'lamena Farago, returned home]
rlth his bride last night. Thoy are
ocatet in an apartment house in
ackson street.
r : '
number of a muslc^courie under. f<
partmSSt. of tl^-Woman's ClubJ bi
Miss Homer.ranks with the leaff": a
log contraltos of the country, and-E
the musts department scored a a
triumph when It was able to se-i a;
oure Miss Homer for the opening jj
number of the music 'courae for p
the club year.
The tickets are selling rapidly
for the series, and Indications!
point to large audiences at each of
the concerts. ?
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A Club to Ooeq n;
The Woman's Club will open
for the club year on Friday aX- .,
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at which ,.
time Mrs. Percy V, Peimybaclter a JJ
former president of the General Jl
Federation of Woman's Clubs' of ,
Teias. wlll address the club. .The J
program will be In charge of the
American cltlsenshlp department,
of which Mrs. L. N. Yost Ij
chairman. Following greetings by t
the president, Mrs. Joseph Rosier, t
Mrs. Forrest I'ankhausar will I
sing, and'Mrs. Pennybacker ad- v
dress will follow. The Misses 1
Marjorie LeMasters and Mary J
Hartley Greer will be the host- .
esses on the occasion. Invitations have
been Issued by the Woman's
Club to the women's olubB of
Farmlngtoo. Mannlngton, Shlnnston
and Grafton to be present and
hear Mrs- Pennybacker who la
said to be one of the, finest speakers
on the American platform today.
Mrs. Edwin Robinson, chairman
of the hospitality committer;
of the club Is holding a meeting of
hor committee with the house ,
committee this evening to make
plans for the year's work. On
Thursday afternoon at 2:80 the
board of management will meet
with Mrs. Rosier at the Y. W. C.
A. at which time plans for th?
year will be gone over. " i
* .
To Sohool
The .Misses Doris Slnd Maxine !
Jenkins and Martha Dickerson are !
.leaving today for Washington. D. I
C? where they will enter Mt. Vor- j
non Seminary. Miss Doris Jenkins
had been a student at the seminary I
for two years and Miss Maxine
and Miss Dickerson will enter for '
the first year. Mrs. CarTol Helmick
and daughter, Miss Mary Mason
Helmick, are leaving today for
Washington, where the latter will
attend the National Cathedral
School.
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Entertains Guests.
Mrs. W. T. earner of 827 Coleman
avenue today entertained at
inner the following persons who
attended the M. E. conference in
Fairmont: Miss Anna Reed,
Wheeling: Mrs: Carrie Weatwood,
Wheeling: Miss Ida Leusow,
Evanaville, Preston County, and
the Rev. and Mrs. John S. Robinson,
Fairmont.
Give Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Arnott entertained
at dinner last evening at'
their home on Spring street to honor
a number of guests here for the
We Clean Gloves
?not ohsepar
but batter
I
Heinze & Co.
Phont 1200-1201
:
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rhings |
ection
5, new Blouses?
in the different
garment section.
. 1
i Cloth
SSES
Business
jar
to the feminine
sss woman sensjelows.
In busi!S
to a tailored
* 4-ailnvorl nlrvfl'i
s V-VA WiVVkl
s problem to a
;asy to step into
of tailored lines
to every woman,
dresses in a vard
styles at
a $39 50
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C-RI
HOME
Brighte
1 Curt
mi iT
xne art, ueai
tain laces and n<
sive because of t
explains why mc
store when curte
Fringed Cur
Very newest
$3.25 to $8.50
Filet New Cu
all over effects,
$2.00 to $10.0
Gold !
'Wee
Yesterday many <
saving opportunity , of
Covering.
A timely buying <
If you have recenl
to cover?if you have
like to replace?this I
can't afford to miss.
NOTE TH
Gold
6x9 Feet, site.
71-2x9 Feet, size
9x9 Feet, size
Gold-S
The same durable
tire flobr. Waterprooi
'< teed by the. Gold Seal
9 \\1
u iaiua v v
\ . . .....
New Rugs at Inter-,
estlng Prices
^Hpi
Funeral of Well-Known Resident
Held Here Late
This Afternoon.
i " Impressive
funeral service!
were held this afternoon at 1
o'clock for Mrs. Anna Laymar
Kerr, widow of E. Coleman Kerr
whose death occurred early Sun
day morning. Services were con
ductal by the Itev. J. C. Broom
field, pastor of the M. P. Temple
of which the deceased was a mem
ber, assisted by The Rev. H. 0
S toe tier, pastor of the Presbyter
ian Church.
A quartet composed of Mrs
Bruce Bailey, Miss Hallle Orr am
Messrs Dayton L. Mayers and La
n .17. A I_JS
CRAFT
ri Up the Hon:
ains Are the 1
uty and variety of the
its shown here are mi
he exclusiveness of ,tt
st particular women t
tins are required.
tainsr Ti
ideas? By
strip $1,!
irtains , I
lace edge * Beau
0 pair 35c tc
Seal Con|
ik Is in Full Si
!ager housewives took advantj
fered by this sale of .Americ
>pportunity.
tly moved into a new home art
som eworn woven rugs or ca
Songoleum Sale is a money-s
ESE SPECIA
[-Seal Congoleum Art ]
..,...$7.45 '9x10 1.2 Fe
....... .$9.30
$11.15 9*12 Feet,
Seal Congoleum, by th
. flat-lying material in roll fo
sanitary, needs no fastenin
ide 69c Per S<
.
Thought," and Dr Aminc
1 1 '
I IB
II I
I I
illet Nets
tifui patterns
i $1.25-.yard,^J?
oleum
iving
i's most popular floorsr.zm
I
J ^ave floors H
I n
Pine Selection of /"
New Cretonnes
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