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Busy Week in 8oc1ety.
This week's social calendar will
be well filled and local club an1
?society women will have very few
i dull minutes if all the parties and
Entertainments scheduled are attended
This evening the Quota Club wl i
be entertained at a masquerade
rarty at tbo home of Mr. and Mrs
rfvV. II. Hatfes on the Country Club
road . On this evening also, the
American Legion and the Women's
Auxiliary will entertain with a Hallowe'en
party at the Legion hgad
quarters on Cleveland avenue. j
The $hrlne Club will give a mas
querade, hall this evening at the
Masonic Temple.
Thl* :mornlng the marriage of
Mlsa Luclle Hart and Donald Clark,
both of this city, took place.
The music rionartment of the:
Iian's Club will have Its first
log of the club year at High
tomorrow. A Hallowe'en party
also be staged by the Y. M.
. and Y. W. C. A at the "Y '
ling on Fairmont avenue toow.
i Wednesday evening the mar5
of Mlas Louise Hall and Do'.Robinson
will take place,
le Louise Homer Concert will
eld at the Fifst M. 12. Chiirc'i
ir the direction of the music'
rtment of the Woman's Club
rsday -afternoon,
ra. R. R. Burt and Mrs. E. F.i
derson will entertain at bridge
he Elks rooms in the Deveny
ding on Thursday,
le Woman's Club and the Bus!>
and Professional Women a
i will hold a joint meeting at
Billingsley Memorial M. E.
rch. South, at 8 o'clock Friday
ling, with Miss Nellie M. Scn>
Df Hew England as the speaker
Mri. Leo S. Benedict as tin
aside these affairs, lodges, frames
%nd clubs will give Hali'en
parties, card parties and
:es." while the younger society
will entertain at their hoinoj
i Hallowe'en parties galore.
Invitations IssuAl.
r. and Mrs. Simon Kenton
ins of Montgomery, W. Va.,
a iRSUed invitations to thn mtir.
Triage of their duaghter. Miss Mar
garet Elizabeth Owens, and
V'Harold Herbert Hutchinson,
^iwljich will be solemnized at 9:110
flJThursday evening at the Presby fjterian
Church at Montgomery. Mr.
^Hutchinson is a son of Mr. and
*Ofir8.\C. E.' Hutchinson of Sonnen
"croft, this city. The engagement
of Miss Owens and Mr. Hutchin
eon was announced recently. A
* X)umbor of local people will attend
>the marriage, among the number,
Kfbelng Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutch-j
Wliison and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks'
jB| Hutch Jifson of this city.
Wr fy* v Return Home.
Mr. and Mrs. C.eorge A. Hough ;
aave returned.from a visit of two!
Jfrweeks "with friends and relatives j
Kin Buckhannon and Clarksburg.
Mi, Ip Buckhannon. they were guests I
Rof Judge and Mrs. Roy "Waugh.f
yfeud in Clarksburg they visited the
BElsEer's brothers, Kelley and Clar frence
Hu v. Attend Game.
VP . Among local people who were in
H Morgantown for the \V. V. U.?Rut
celebration of the nuptial mass.,
tie sang "Ava Marie."
As the ceremony was concluded
to the strains of Mendelssohn's j
wedding march, the bridal party i
'left the church in the reverse order
in which they had entered and
'were driven to tho Hart home on
Fairmont avenue where a wedding
breakfast was served to the bridal
/party and attendants.
i The bride was beautifully i
gowned in a French model of
.black panne velvet, fashioned'
long waisted. with bodice of sap-.
phlre blue, embroidered In black.
?nd wiUi long skirt panels lined
ritli the blue. She wore a large,
picture hut in black satin, embroidered
to match her costume,
^ind black satin colonial pumps.
'3he carried a handsome shower j
*"'*180 ?Mualctan.s? 1500 Sticks ofj
fN f^re. Floats Galore. Hear tne l
Iftfes Scream. Count the Mount '
:?d Men, J
. .v --4 v. i, (j-K
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bouquet of bride's roses, orchl
and valley lilies.
Her maid-of-honor wore bla
panne velvet dress of b*autli
design with motifs touched wl
pastel shades, long walsted , wi
long skirt panels, and a black p
ture hat and colonial slippers. S
carried an arm bouquet of r
The little flower girls we.
dalntly gowned in velvet frocl
Miss Katherine Hart wore Fren
blue velvet with a blue velvet hi
while Miss Ruth wore brown v
vet with brown hat. John Ha,
the ring bearer, was dressed in
Buit of white linen.
Miss Hart is the daughter
Mrs. Hart and tho late John
Hart of this city, the latter di
Ing his life time a prominent re
dent of Fairmont and prospero
wholesale fruit merchant. S
was born and reared In this ci
and Is a young woman of chari
ing personality.. She attend
Seton Hall College at tireensbui
Mr.^ Clark is a son of Mr. a
.mis. v.. a. uianc oi Sidney, N.
the former being president of t
G. A.*Clark Co., manufacturers
building material. He came he
three years ago with the Koppc
Co., which built the plant of t
Domestic Coke Corporation, a
Is now associated with the latt
company as plant foreman, of t
by-products department. He is
graduate of Cornell Upivers!
and is a member of the Eleui
fraternity. ^
Following the serving of a wc
ding breakfast, Mr. and M
Clark left for an eastern weddi
journey, and upon their retu
will reside temporarily with t
latter'* mother. Mrs. John P. Ha
on Fairmont avenue. The brid
going-away costume was a liar
some three piece suit of bla
marleeti with trimmings of gr
Since the engagement of ^
Clark and Miss'Hart was annour
ed recently, they had been lion
guests at a number of social !
For Miss Hart
The Miss s Pauline Arkwrigb
and Hi ecu Ahem were hostessc
on Saturday at a luncheon (
pretty appointments which hone
cd Miss Lucile Hart, whose mai
ringe to Donald Clark was celebr?
cd this morning at St. Pete
rntimiu n
Jgers gamp Saturday wore Mr. and
^ Mrs. R. JV. Pollock. Mr. and Mrs.
t Clyde ^Gaston, the Misses Virginia
and Rose Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Guy,
EB. Hartley, Dr. and Mrs. .1. O. McJ|eely
and family, L. A. Gather. Dr.!
P C. Broomfleld and C. M. Peters. I
v *
The marriage of Miss Lucille
Brian, uuugnier 01 Airs. Mart and
the late John P. Hart of this city, i
and William Donald Clark, also!
of this city, was solemnized at 0
o'clock tnls morning at St. Peter's!
Catholic'Church In the presence'
J, of a number of relatives and '
. Nuptial mass was celebrated
;vyith Father P. H. OUsenan as the!
':qelebrant, and Father Gllensen j
.also performed the marriage cere- j
r?,The church was tastefully dec-]
/orated with autumn leaves and
ferns with large baskets of i
H *,u?/oouuicmuiuD feUUiUillK IUU it I- |
Wjitir rail, while quantities of these;
'.flowers were placed about the i
'.altar with a basket of red roses i
^centering the altar.
f To the strains of the bridal
'chorus from Lohengrin, played by
Atilss Grace McDonnell. the bridal
f party entered the church audi
torium and proceeded down the
^center aisle to the altar. First
^kvumQ the little flower girls, the
^ ttle sisters of the bride, the'
y.lisses Katherlno and Ruth Hart. |
who strewed rose petals In the!
''path of the bride. They were fol-1
t lowed by Master John Hart, the
-.small brother of the bride, who!
carried the ring. Miss Marv. her i
slater, maid of honor, came next |
and wds followed by the bride,
who entered with her brother.
Ralph P. J. Hart, who gave her!
in marriage.
They were met at the nltar by
Jfhe bridegroom and his best man.
tfils brhTner, John A. Clark of Sid\oey,
N. Y., who is located at this1
' fctme in Clnrksburg. Preceding j
:he wedding Frank Jordan sang "I i
Love Yon Truly." and durinc the !
A Laundry
laid for twelve. The guests we
seated at a large found table r
the mezzanino floor, wh'.cli us
centered with a French basket i
yellow mums, and a large mu
marked each cover. Following t!
luncheon the brido was shower'
with a number of pretty gift
Howard I.ong and Gary Jackst
entertained Friday evening at l!
former's summer camp 0n the V;
ley IUvor to honor Mr. Clark ai
his btjde to be. The guests nur
bered thirty and worn served wi
dinner. Dancing was the diversh
of the .evening.
To Detroit
Mrs. Ord F. Lough left Frith
for Detroit. Mich., where she w
be th,j guest for a week of-Mr. at
Mrs. Clarence Wilcox, the lath
formerly Miss>Marguefit? Arne
of this city.
To Have Party
The Pythian Sisters J' the
families will hold a iiallowe'?
party tomorrow evening at the
hall in the American Building. T
guests have been asked to we?
mas>querauo costumes, mo pari
will begin at 7:30 o'clock.
A number of local people we
In Clarksburg Saturday mornli
for the marriage of John Horty
this city and Miss Isabel Quiii
which was celebrated al 9 a'cloi
lr the Church of the Iinmaculni
Conception. In speaking of tl
wedding, the Clarksburg Kxponc
"Beautiful in every detail w;
the wedding of Miss Isabel
Marea Quinn. daughter of Mr
lCloanor Tompleton Qulnn of th
city and John Frances Horty
Fairmont, formerly of Wilm'ngtfl
Del., which was solemnized fit t!
Church of the Immaculate Conco
tion a't 9 o'clock in the presence
a large assemblage of relariv
and friends. The nupital mass w
sung by the choir of the ohurcl
The Rev. P. 11. McDormott w
the celebrant and Masters Jam
and John 01 fford served the mat
"The ushers. James Horl
brother of the bridegroom, J. Ill
Quinn, brother of the bridi
Thomas P. Keenan and Leo 1
Caulfield, led the bridal proce
sion down tho center aisle. Th<
were preceded by tho brl^smaid
onterintr in nairs who were mo
charming in their attractive gow
of pastel shades of gcorgett
wearing large picture hats of bla
laco and velvet and carrying lnr
bouquets of yellow cbrysanth
inums tied wltlf bows of yelln
tuile. Tho bridesmaids wen
Misses Adelaide Epplcr and Ma
garet Eppler of Washington, D. (
Agnes llorty. sister of the brld
groom, of Wilmington, Del., ai
'Send it JB
"| I Catherine Temploton of Cuinber*
|, land, Md.
H s "Miss Mary Claire Qulnn, sister
n of the bride, as maid of honor, j>re?
ceded the bride. Miss Qu'.nn wore
(j8 a charming gown of orchid shades
of chiffon, with a largo picture
ck hat of purple velvet and carried a
'U1 bouquet or yellow chrv^anthemura?
t'ed with yellow tulle. Then
th caino.the bride, on the arm of her
jc. brother. Daniel Templeton Quinn,
jle who gave her in marriage. She
ed' was attired in a gowi of loveliness
of Elizabeth crepe, elaborately emrP
brolderod with pearls. Tbp ^leaves
' were of long flowing effect, caught
cu in at the wrist with a band of
lt dbarls and the draped skirt was
pjl held in place by a large pearl ca?
rt bachon with taasels of pearls. A
a ! long court train of pearl satin,
I lined with tulle, fell f^m her
. shoulders .and she wore ji tulle
p I veil with a coronet of duchess lace,
j She carried a shower bourjuet of
' l | orchids and valley lilies, and her
us ornamenl was a strand or
he Ptar,H? the sift of the bridegroom.
...! "The bride was met at the
J_ i rhurch steps by the bridegroom
J and his best man. Frank J. Ilorty.
of Wilmington, Del. While the
bridal party was leaving the
church. Miss Myrtle Kidd snng in
I her beautiful lyric voice, ' Until,*
by Sanderson.
h? "Immediately after the ceroof
mony a wedding breakfast was
irQ served in the American dining
!rs room of the Waldo hotel, where
112 guests were seated at small
n" tables throughout the largo room.
er t "Saturday afternoon Mr. Hortr
110 and his bride left for an eastern
a honeymoon trip which will include
lty I Now York City and th? Bermudas.
8lsj After November 15 they will he at
i homo to their friends in Fairmont,
id-1 The bride's gift to her attendants
?"?. we;e platinum bar pins of sapng
J phires and pearls. Mr. Horty prom:
sented c-aeh of his attendants with
help, gold penknife.
rt-1 Mr. Horty is a son of Mr. and
e'a Mrs. P. A. Ilorty of Wilmington.
ld*|Del. He is at present a represenj
tativo of the DuPont Powder come>*
pany. of Wilmington, with headquarters
in Fairmont.
Ir. "The? out of town guests prcsic
ent at the wedding breakfast
or were: Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Horty,
?f- Miss May Horty, Miss Agnes
Horty, Frank J. Horty, James
Horty, Mr. and Mrs. James I.
Ford, all of Wilmington. Del.;
t Miss Margaret Eppler. Mies .Adelalde
Eppler and Miss Mary
)f Frances Eoplcr. Washington. D.
>r- C.: Mrs. Niote'Mullen Miss'Cath>
eriue Templeton Miss Helen Kean
it. and Miss Josephine Martz Cuinbprrs
land Md.: Mr. and Mrs. James
re Hoover Keysor; Mrs. William
Frelsmueh and Miss Jeau Kilieen.
)n Wheeling: Mr. and Mrs. William
is I Joyce. Salem: Mrs. William Moyf
)nn. Miss Norris Snively and Mits
m Ville Moran Grafton; Mr. and
tiell\s. B. H. McOienley. Mr. and
?(t |M\i. John Burchinal. Mrs. Arthur
3 I L>\-.h, Miss Sarah Deveny, Miss
,n , Ani\ Menncy and Mrs. J J.
i, a i PriiiL-hUn nf Fairmont."
?1 Returning From Honeymoon.
n- Mr. aud Mrs1. C. C. McDoweli
tit .whose marriage was an event o!
>11 J the month in this city, are return
: ing this week to thier home at Som
lerset, Pa., after a honeymoon epeni
i in Canada. Mrs. McDowell was he
iv | fore her marriage. Miss Callie Frej
iji : of this city. They are at this tinx
id (guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul #jhel
rv at their home, 'The Wilderness,'
it near Somerset.
Attend Game.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Clark, Jr.
lr tMr. ami Mrs. Murray Dickerson
?n } Mr. an tlMrs. Edwin Watson. Jr.
ir and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Fleming
lie Jr.. were in Morgantown Saturda:
ir for the W. V. U.-Uutgers footbal
ty game.
' Mrs. Clinton Hostess.
Honoriug Mrs. Walter D. Bar
j rington of New York who is tin
ig - guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sher'l
of ; dan at their home on Benoni ave
hi i nitp Mrs .Inmna ft Cllnlnn wni >in?
k toss Saturday at the Fairmont Ho
to tel at a 1 o'clock luncheon o
10 charming appointments. The tabh
at was centered with yellow mum
in ljue and grey pottery, and coven
is were laid for eight, including inti
la mate friends of the honor guest.
^ * *
is Leaving Tomorrow,
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter I). Baring
m.* ton, who have spent the past tei
ho j days in this city as the guests o
P- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan at theii
of home on Benoni ttv.enue, are leav
es ing in the morning for their honu
as in New York City. Mr. and'Mrd
l. (Continued on pace eleven*
as M
es Come to Fairmont Hallowe'ei
J3> Oct. 31st. Mammoth Parade anc
Lv, Jubilee,
iy .
e- Pansy Plants
is_ English Daisies
^ Forget-Me-Nots
:e- For Best Success Plant Now
e- j Hauge's Flower &
J j Plant House
' Ridqley off Locust
i"- | pnone 641 I
| _ I
Service for All
Family Finished
lone 77
Hear Mme. Louise Homei
^ ' 11
IgWjK <W^<3y\ j|T
gi* rr
j 11-%^ a "
Two more days hath Octobe
casional wintry blasts remind
colder weather will soon be hei
a natural consequence is that
. y
Of Clever i
Dresses Fur ^
?Are beautiful in
?Are made in all the suple >ng size,
and luxurious materials of Geronn
; the season and designed so Marvclla
-1 as to add beauty, to the figj
ure. Not meager assort- Are ingenioui
ments with little preference adaptions of the i
j- but almost limitless choice The Side Dra
I which includes every fash- The hong Sle
ion tendency of the mom- The Blouse Si
ent, every wanted material _
I and color combination in
vogue. Paris sponsors vel- s
vet again this season, par- in purchasini
ticularly' because velvet vestment.
1 makes such lovely frocks
and because it uhiquely emphasizes'the
latest feature /V.j,
I of the mode. For afternoon Vy Ul
Milady may be elaborately ? m .
gowned at prices ranging
\ $25 to $75
^ The Collej
[ , The Oxfoi
' 'tt 1 T^e ^0Un1
' / ^rc c?mi,'"ec
1l( \ \ V / W to reproduce the j
! !? have luxurious co
RarHllm milf Double faced
IVaUlUIll OlllS. sleeves with wist
n , The woman who v
Petticoats in theseHere
is a special value
you will be delighted with NeW
?radium silk petticoats
scalloped and embroidered Sw<
in brown, navy, henna and
.. . _ . \T.. ...1
i Ulack. Only 55.00. l\eWeSl'
These sweate
of brushed wo(
j * M f 4| in striped effe
, \A a ?lp\l and pleasing. If
'""""" "$;
A /& V * ,{
Fkst ^^urs^' ^ov# ^ J
t. Oc- will be hurrying to complete their . 1
us that winter wardrobes. For weeks we
re. And have been displaying the new things,
women . Now the time of decision has come.
stumes We Would Tell
Our . Our
rimmed Coats Gowns
l texture and coloring and of generous envelop- ^ Daytime Mode
Fashona Arabella Has a Thousand
Medalist I'anvelainc Sleeves, the Night ^
ily.designed into.the very latest creations and Has None
node?among which are?
,, . Paris Fashion Notes are
pe The Russian Silhouette . . . 1
nder Coat The Pelican Sleeve , sounded ill these charming
emi.Wrnn ormvns for thov r.rn ' iS*
reproductions of AVorth, $jf j j|
>Ef Art L ~ fl? 1 rrrr A A Vior.ette. Marshal Armande
jD.UU tO thi.lO.UU Phiilipe Gaston.
i these garments you arc making a wise In- Beautiful in style and ! ^
luxurious in fabric. Chiffon % ! Ill
velvet in black with failver, .'it j 1
hf*~y flame, copper tones, sapphire,
national and peacock * \
/v Vfi'V, blue. Soft gray brocaded <! H
/* t/\ Wi velvet, taffeta with metal j
| Y lace, chiffon ' in different j ?
i ' A I shades tliat blend delight- ^
r\ |||j? |i| i) Backs are long, skirts are j?
? IttP Hit r longer, and trains-yes ParJ
j is sponsors them now.
d - \j \ j] I I Two Groups?
;ry Club ? x ?39.50 to $59.50
$59.50 to $129 . <
1 with the popular sport fabrics of the season jjjm
aunty swagger type of mannish coat. Many
liars of fur.
r>r aa i. ?I?aa r*a The New Costume
35.00 to $69.50 S|ips Are Here
These are especially de- > ; |||
up of Mannish Coats type of dress. Of Messaline" -lljjB
(p-tHHC pussy willow, satin meteor, Btt
3)1 i I D and jersey, in cocoa.'brown j
. _. , , blue and black, 24-inch 'v SB
cloths fashion these coats. They have raglan , ,. . . , \ . '*? 19
strap 011 cuff, they are good looking and warm. double skirt, tab trimming. ^ 9
rants a mannish coat will appreciate the value ?o.ou to .>io.ou.
jV&Sfc the new Jacquette jackets; I
of the New^ ^ave dec.reed 8h?U be the

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