^wlrlage ot Mian Orace Marguel&rtte
Avers add William Alexander
Douglns, which wad solemnized at
It-Cumberland last: Thursday, will
of Interest locally as both have
mfslted' oil < several occasions In
Efjthls city as the guests of Mr. and
Hrs. Guy Crfaler. The bride Is a
K ? ' ?f m"- Thornv
itnSncrn of this city. The CumBorland
Evening' Times says:
V '"One of the moet brilliant wedW
din SB of the season was that of
" We Alexander Douglas and Miss
Grace . Marguerite Avers In 8t.
ij; John's' Lutheran Church last ereK/nttigjit
Bv "The bridegroom Is one of the
well-known and popular young
r^menof this city. Ho Is an exSKierrlceman
and Is now connected
with the Cessna Lumber Co. The
BgFge ,li$|tlfe daughter of John W.
jMArars., 125 Grand avenue, a pasI
sengor conductor on the Baltlk
Jjwe & Ohio Railroad. Mrs.
l-JDonglas has been an employe of
I the; Liberty Trust Co., since its
^organization, and prior to that
was with tho Citizens National
RE^hV: church was beautifully
decorated for the occasion with
I pine and rhododendron. Tall carif
dlj^'garCund the sides of Up room
and upon the altar added1 to tho
jSghlCresaivenesa of the scene.
HKu?jE.^tlia ftpornn who ' Mm .T
Perry Greonwnde of KoyserT W.
Vs., a cousin of the bride. Beginning
at 8 p. m. Bhe rendered as
t I prelude several classical seloc*
llousv This was followed by a
. Vodaipolo, 'At Dawning,' by Cadman,
sung by Mrs. Harold If.
Harned of Oakland, and a duet,
Y !Q Perfect Love,' a prayer song
KSKgBurlelgb, sung by the Rev. J.
jy. Rrawbaugh and J. Perry
^ roesvndc. both of Keyser.
Bp "Tt> the strains of the wedding
Rnarch from Lohengrin the nupEtlal
party paced into the church
jfahdsto th'e'altar.i The ushers were
Bruce F. Richardson and Edward
KP-'tGross.' Tho best man was Carl
BELidclIffe; The matron of honor
was Mia. Guy Crlglor of Fairmont,
[ IV. ,Va., who was attired In a
, handsome gown of brocaded orchin
crepe, with irrldescont orna
f ftue carried a Douquet 01
rphella roses tied with or[bbon.
Ilsses 'Jessie Gnnk and
aupe, both of this city.
beautiful costumes worn
It' were bf changoablo tafade
alike with straight
and uneven hem line, the
smed was green .and the
honey dew. They carried
aioned bouquets. The bride
. the church leaning on the
: her father. Her wedding
vas a beautiful creation of
lace over ivory satin, the
cirt with points of iaco oa
SeSTh'e veil was of bridal
ttninod with a band of allier:
t of white Orphella roses
ies of tho valley. At the
t tho altar the father handdaughtqr
to the waiting
oqtfi. ' "Thon were prod
the solemn words by the
Ing- minister, the Rev.
I cry iv. suisiura lii.il maun
Jtmg couple husband and
indelssohn's wedding inarch
from the organ as the nup ocesslon
departed from the
large number of Invitations
een issued'(or the cvont
10 church was (Hied with
Following tho c.oremony
was a reception at Ihe home
I bride, attended by more
ine hundred invited guests,
id Mrs. Douglas left on Bali
& Ohio train No. 12 on
way to Florida and Cubawill
be at home to their
s on Christmas Day.
e bride' was the recipient
I or a largo numDer ot ueautuui
| and costly presents,"
I Coming for Christina*
V Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McWUorter
of Lowlsburg, who have been the
/gSfosta at, Mr. and Mrs. J. Alex
f Sullivan ot Virginia street for
[ Several; days, returned yesterday
kat noon to their home?Charleston
Mr. and Mrs. McWUorter and
buEeir little son will come here
[Ijgportly to be the guests at ChrlstMBtas'tdf'Mrs.
KMI Mrs. W. N. Fisher nt
[tg^elr; homoon^Plerpont avenue.
Xhc Beckers Entertain
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Becker,
I Jr., delightfully entertained with
li a dinner party Thanksgiving Day
I in honor of their guests, Mr. and
7?Mra.,cr H. Becker, Sr., of WheelI
ing. Covers were laid for:. Mr.
I and Mrs. 0. H. Becker, Sr., Mr.
I and Mrs. John Bonar and Mr. and
ft Mrs/parl Becker, Jr.
^35'Comina for Christmas,
Hii Mrs. C. B. Johnson and baby
iGuijghter, Betty Jane, will arrive
Ljnbre tomorrow to spend Christmas
I With the former's parents. Mr. and
I Mrs. H. L. TroxolV at their home
I on Tilth street. Mr. Johnson Will
I Join them here for^Chrlstmas.
I fit nit* r Pnrfw
I a,-Mrs. E. S. Amos was hostess at
|gflFcharjnlngly appointed 1 o'clock
[Kdlnner yesterday at her'home oa
I Locust avenue; Covers were laid
Ipfor sixteen and a sumptuous tnr.
k key dinner was served. The'guosts
I included Mr. and Mrs, Curt Amos,
[v%io Mr and Mrs. <3. L. Holland
| and children, Eugene anl Mary
I Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amos,
?Mr?"and Mrs. Soy . Bohhott and
1 Jlrs. Ella Donham,
| r To Meet '
L The Robert E. Lee Chapter ot
J,the United Daughter^ ot the Con.
IjExederacy will meet on tomorrow
lievenlng at the home ot-Mra. Clyde
lIsfcHtflt on Fairmont avenue, lira.
I Mult and Mrs. Nettle Martin will
man',;lnv;ih')^HaH of the Unit"!
States Senate." Thtfc program *111
be In charge of Mrs. Charles, E.
Mrs. Fanus n Member
Mrs. B. H.\ Fanus of this city has
recently joined the Marcota Music
Club of Clarksburg, her name be.
lag mentioned among a number
of new members recently taken
Into the club. The,.Marcato Club Is
on6 of the exclusive clubs of the
Btate and is affiliated with the
General Federation of Women's
Clubs. Mrs. Fanus Is located hi
Clarksburg at this time, In charge
of the Fanus Jewelry Store there.
The Clarksburg Exponent says: '
"At a special meeting of the
Marcato Music Club, held yestor.
nay at 3 o'clock In the Waldo Ho.
tel parlors, the following new
members were voted upon and ac.
cepted: Miss Bessie Denny, Mrs,
D. J. Woods, Mrs. B. Summers,
Miss Glayds Chapman, Mrs. B, H.
Fanus, Sirs. Harry Frledborg, and
Sirs Edward R. Smith, all tor the
senior club. Those accepted for
the junior department are: SIlss
Helen West, Joe Solomon, Charles
Gibson, Vivian Cbrder, Leon Los.
ter, Beatrice Corder Mildred Par.
rill, Hila Parrill, Virginia Roctor,
Hilda Rosenshlne Mabel Corded,
Jacqueline Woods, and Margaret
SIlss Eleanor Hlte, the attrac.
tlve young daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. R. M- Hlte, Is entertaining a
number ot her girl friends, this at.
ternoon at her home on Fairmont
avenue ,wlth a charmingly ap.
pointed party, which celebrates
the ninth anniversary of hoc
birth. The guests were Invited for
3:30 o'clock and will spend the
romatader of tho attention with
games and ^muslc. The serving
table was beautiful In Its decorations
appropriate t'o the Christ,
mas season with pointsettias and
red candles used.artistically about
the table, while a large birthday
cake with lighted red candles con.
tered tho table. Pretty favors ap.
proprlato to the Christmas season
were given tho girls. Twenty-one
girl friends of the hostess were
The*monthly meeting oj^he Loy-'
al Women's Bible Olaen will be held
at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening!
at the church. The annual election
of officers will be held and a business
session of importance will I
feature the evening. The Jiostessc* |
for the evening will bo ,tlio members
whose names begin \?itk lettors
from T to Z. Mr. S.; C. Wat.
kins is chairman for the evening.
Elklns Girl in Role
1 Miss Bess K. Johnson, daughter
j of Mr. and Mrs. Herman 0. Johni
son, the former editor of the Elklna
Inter-Mountalu. has been chosen to
tako tho title role in the initial
presentation of "Rita Coventry" ?t
the Carnegie Institute .of Technology
in Pittsburgn on December
12, 13 and 14. The role t? bo taken
by Miss Johnson is that of a temperamental
opera singer. It is prob*
able that the play will be taken to
New York for presentation follow*
ing the presentation of it in Pittsburgh.
The play will be witnessed
by Julian Street, author of the
story, Hubert Osborne, author of
"Shore Leaves," who dramatised
the story for Mr. Street, and
Brock Pemborton, producer of
"Miss Lulu Bett" and alBO a re
i?i"'BBcuimivB ul ivavui uuiascp. airs.
Johnson, mother of Miss Johnson,
Is In Pittsburgh at this time. hav?
ing passed through this city en
route there a tew days agp.
* * ?
Bazar and Dinner
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Fliyit Methodist Episcopal Church
on Fourth street will hold a Chrismas
bazar and serve a turkey dinner
in the church on Thursday of
This is an annual affair of this
church. Tickets for the dinner are
selling rapidly and a big crowd is
expected Thursday evening. The
dining ?oom will be opened prompiy
I The bazar will be- opened at
noon Thursday and man beautiful
| and useful Christmas gifts will be
found in the booths. There will be
"uuju mauc wauuy, auu among T.ae
pretty and dainty things ottered
will be many hand made garments
tor children. The bazar committee
will ask reasonable prices.
The menu tor the dinner will
eitua! any ever served previously,
seconding to the women In charge
ot the dining room.
The tickets for the dinner are
sellings at $1.50, and the menu
served will be as follows:
Roast turkey with gravy
Cranberry sauce Celery
Peas Mashed Potatoes
Home Made Jelly and Pickles
Plum pudding Coffee
Pythan Sisters Meet
An address by Mrs. O. G. "Wilson
of Fairmont was the feature of
the third quarterly district convention
of Pythian Sisters at Fatrview
on Friday, whidh was attended by
representatives of/ seventeen
temples in Northern West Virginia.
The program was opened in
the Methodist Church at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon with a prayer by
the Rev. R. L. Maness, followed
by an address of welcome by Mrs.
Hallie Lough and a response by
Mattie Owens. An added feature
Of the meotinsi Was a sarins nf
musical numbers by Miss Bleadi.-.c
Toothman, Miss Katherlne McElroy.
Miss Evelyn Carr and Miss
Pauline Fox. Other numbers ou
FLORIDA RDSSETT SWEETS
Car open Monday morning.
Sold by gallon' peck or bushel.
Call Phone 2114. and 1805. Car
on Walker Siding. v.
Mitter of "Fairmont pre^tedTan
ornamental comb\to Mrs. MatUe
Owens, paat (rand chief, and a
corsage to Mre. 0. O. Wilson.
The next quarterly meeting will
be held In March.
The Busy Bee Sewing Club wag
delightfully entertained Saturday
afternoon by Hies Emma Belle
Poling at her home* on Euclid
avenue. Thoso present were the
Misses Ellen Queer, Louise Shuttelworth.
Hornier. Mnrv Ptifh PnHnt?
and Harry and Henry Poling. Re?
(reehments were served.
t * i
The marriage of Miss Delia
Maree Thompson of Mlddlebourne
and Roy Elton Warman of Morgantown,
was solomnlied Thursday
morning at 1 o'clock at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and1 Mrs. Robert Thompson of
Dodd street, Mlddlebourne. The
Rev. Rowland Asplnwall of Alma,
W. Vn., read the , service In the
presence of the Immediate relatives
of the principals. Preceding
the ceremony. Miss Nell Thompson,
twin sister of the bride, sang
"Oh, Promlso Mo," and was accompanied
at the piano by Miss
Irone Thompson. Master Frank
Rymer acted as ring bearer and
the bride's only attendant was
Miss Mary Ellon Phillips of Point
Marlon, Pa. ?
The bride was graduated from
Tyler County v High School and
the State University at Morgantown.
She was, until a few
wocks ago, home demonstration
agent of Wood County with offices
Mr. Warman is a prominent
young business man of Morgantown.
He Is a partner In the
Henry & Wurman Baking Co. of
that city. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Warman have
departed for Now York, Washington
and other points of interest
In the East and upon their return
will occupy their newly furnished
hontn in Watt street, Morgnntown?Parkersburg
Class to Meet
The W. A. Sunday Nolghbohood
Bible Class will meet'at the homo
of Mrs. Lucy Hlbbs at 520 Walnut
avenue at 7:30 this evonjng. The
study will be the aeconff chapter
The Adult Missionary Society
of the BlUlngsley Memorial M. D.
Church, South, will meet at 7:3D
this evoning at the church, par.
lors. The program for the evening
will be In charge of Mrs. W. H.
Shlnn, social servlco superintendent.
At tho close of the program
tho annual election of olcers
will be hold
| The home e'conomlcs department
of the Woman's Club will
j meet on Wednesday for an* alLday
sewing party, which will, be held
at the Y. W. C. A. Garments will
bo made for the children" of the
Mrs. T. W. Arnotte ai\l daughter,
Mrs.-Frank C. Haymbnd, re
turned this morning from Now
York and%Phlladelphia, wberq they
spent sovoral days.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Barnes
returned from Atlantic CltVj wher9
I they had gone for the marriage of
I A. Howard Fleming of this city
and MIbb Margaret Rea, which was
i solemnized at Atlantic City Saturday
evoning. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Fleming, A. S. Fleming, and Mr.
and Mrs. G.M . Wllshire and children
Tom and Jean who had .been
members of the wedding party and
who with Mr. and Mrs. Barnes
were stopping at tho BellevueStratford
in Philadelphia, will return
here the middle of tho week.
Mtav Marian Rqfck returned this
morning from Washington, D. C.,
I where she had gone to meet her
brother, Walton, who Is a student
at Luton Hall School, c? Bristow,
|" ? ; ??
| s Chrij
Make this a memo
1 giving Jewelry. It
the years and eve
We've a complete s
ling gems artistic
White gold or plat:
T J 11
Jtuexpenmve no veil
n "Where Qualii
ffl Opposite C
Announcement has been made c
ot the marriage ot Col. A. Howard j
Fleming, prominent resident ot J
this city, end Miss Mnngaret Rot I
ot Pittsburgh and Atlantic City, c
which was solemnised In the First .
Presbyterian Church at Atlantic J
City at 5 o'clock Saturday evening f
the Rev. J. C. Mllon, pastor ot the
church, otttclatlng. *
Colonel Fleming lett here the i J
first of the week for Atlantic City. | f
At that time It was known that his IV
marriage would be solemnised on I c
Saturday and a message received1 |
here Saturday night announced
that it had1 taken place. ^
Witnessing the marriage were c
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fleming ot this .
city, who were in the East, Mr. and J
Mrs. Glenn F. Barns, Mr. and Mrs. f.
G. M. Wllshlre and children, Tom *
and Jean, and A. S. Fleming, all *
ot whom went east for the cere- J
Fallowing the ceremony the ^
bridegroom and bride and the c
wedding guests repaired to the I
Ambassador Hotel, where u wed- j
ding dinner was served, covers be- (
Inf laid for twenty-five, following ,
which Ihey loft- for White Sulphur ,
Springs, where they will spend J
some time. They will later take up f
their residence^ at Atlantic City. >
Colonel Fleming is a descendant c
of a prominent West Virginia fam- J
ily and Is Identified with many en- S
terprlses In Fairmont Ho servod V
as postmaster here for more than e
sixteen years. He Is a son of the j
lata Mr. and Mrs. Allison Fleming f
and a brother of T. W. Fleming, f
Curt B. Fleming, Lawrence Flem- J
lug and Fred Fleming, all of this ,
city. For a number of yoars he J
resided with his sister-in-law, Sirs, f,
Maggie Heger and .Mrs. Virginia V
McCleary, at their bpme on Fair- c
mont avenue, Colonel Fleming has I
been Identified with the coal-oil Z
and gas Interests of West Virginia V
and is well known throughout the c
stato. % (
His brtde Is prominently con- E
nected with one of leading fam-: f
llles of Pennsylvania and until re- c
cently made her homo in Pitts- ] ?
burgh. At this time sho resides at J
Atlantic City. r
To Give Recital. ! ?
The thlrty-tblrd musical recital | J
of the pupils "ol Miss lva E. Oln- u
kel will be given at 8:15 o'clock to- V
murrow evening ui uer csuuuio uii t>
Gaston avenue. A pleasing program. |
will bo observe! vwlth tho foilow- *
ing pupUs taking Dart: Misses \
Ruth Ellen Kelley, Mary Josephine e
Hall, Marjory Martin, Anna Cath- .
arino.Coyne, Helen. I-Iaggerty, Ma J
zino Parker, Virginia Watson, Ca* P
melia Holdron, Lena Spencer. Vir^ >
ginia Spencer, Mary Burtoft, Mii- c
(lred Satterfleld, irma .McBrlde, j
Ocie Higgs, Florence Jacobs, Louise p
Johnson, Mary Marjory Lewis, \
Bessie Stalnalier, Amy LaFollette, c
Mary Belle Haggerty, Lucile t
Ahern and Martha Riggs. ?- w
Club Tournament. ^
The weekly bridge tournament of ^
the Fairmont Country Club will be 1
held at 8:15 o'clock this evening, 0
and quite a number will participate V
In the gamos. The hoatoBBes wii; C
be the Misses Mary Margaret Tal- J
bott and Martha Haymond. t
t * * ? r
Docona Club to Meet. * c
Mrs. D. E. JKidd will entertain th6 ?
Docena Club at 7:30 o'clock tomor- f
row night In her home in Chicago V<
Bitter Sweet ?
Beautiful red berry with yellow t
husk in gracoful grape shaped r
"IT . TM ? O I
nauge sr lower ol c
Plant House j
Ridgley eff Locust f
Phone 641 f
stmas Q j
rable Christmas by * H | ?)
will last through JW" ft
r bespeak the giv- kg X
lelection of smartly U H
ornaments?spark- O 9
lally set in gold, W ?
inum. ' || v
ies too. u |j
y Comes First" ft
t Hand Ma<
| Hand Emi
% ww i
2* Envelope Chemise, Step-ins
2, Envelope Chemise
$ ' Handkerchiefs
?j< HANDKERCHIEFS?One can
(* Whether it is cotton, linen or silk ha
K just what you want in our well st
S, Pretty linen ones with Jiand embroil
l*A cially pongee with hand-drawn thre
? ' Woven colored rtile handkerchii
> Plain white hemstitched and o
fjf. White and colored linen with ei
^ deb, 25c, 35c and 50c.
m linen coiorea rortoncan nai
? All linen Maderias, ,85c to $1.21
vj Pongee linen, embroidered and wov
GLOVES?Finger tips can be
right note of fashion when they are
'Sjf The strap wrist *>r gauntlet models
pr lent chamoisette. And there are nun
2, quality French Kid in the^most fa\
M also, are popular with many, especia
f) i Short French Kid, $2.00.
jjA French Kid Gauntlets, $5^00.
$ 12-Button French Kid, $6.00.
Suede Gauntlets, $5.00.
Kg Double Silk Gauntlets, $2.25 \
Short African Cape, $3.00.
UA African Cape with new style cu
? HOSIERY?Exquisite gift hosi
?7 gift shoppers, because it is undenial
Wm action and always sure to please.
& Hartley Assortments one finds, wi
v. mpnt.s to nnv r.oaf.nmp.
A ? Pure thread silk, $1.50.
? All silk in black or colors, $3.00
S? Embroidered and clocked silk, i
ft Silk and wool P.erisian clocked,
Fine mercerized lisle with Poin
P Handkerchiefs, Hosier
^ Gloves are Easy-to-JV
8 " A Dress Length
| Mother Woi
Ir A new silk frock?can you thinl
3, mother would appreciate more? Ar
Jl her all fixed up in a new dress?
? Black Canton Crepe is a very p
A wide yards will make a dress of
Ul navy, brown and henna also.
? Frost,Crepe, satin finished, is r
ionable costumes, 40 inches wide, ?5
a Crepe de chine, 40 inches wide,
^ black and host of lighter colors.'
Clctl .;' y . ^i
le and | ju
/ji ' all offering sir
you will want 1
. I in addition to 1
\11 1 Useless thin
V-r this Christmas
(\ \ here "useless"
i is perhaps essi
S ommends them
M vM sage of Christ]
W This is our f
B \ with hand mai
8L 0i dainty piping <
d?1 qe* Envelope Chen
tp 1. *7J Gowns ......
?JC Envelope Chen
never have too many of them,
ndkerchiefs you desire you'll find
ocked handkerchief department,
lercd designs or initials and espeads
are especially good,
Dlored border kandkerchiefsi 15c.
nbroidered corner and fancy borad-made
en border, 35c and 50c.
sure they are getting the
s dressed in these gloved
are made of kid or excelibers
and numbers of fine
ored colors. Silk gloves
illy if they are lined.
ff, $3.50 up.'
ary should appeal among
Dly the gift easiest of set
In these comprehensive
th ease, fitting complete\
f2.75 to $6.00.
$2.00 to $3.00.
itex heels, $1.25. ^
i o 1 Silk?How
aid Love It
lc of any Christmas gift that
id wouldn't you enjoy seeing '
opular fabric. Comes 40 inches
medium size. $4.50 a yard.N In
ight up to the minute with fash.00
a yard, in black, navy and
$2.75 a In gray, blue,
SPECIAL purchase at very ad- i ??} "
vantageous prices is responsible S| Wi'l
for this splendid offering bf sB-jlBM
new Philippine Lingerie here fts
assembled for quifk and satis- \gi
The loveliest undergarment* I
all made by hand, embroidered H
by hand, trimmed with hkhd- |
made val and Irish laces, and ^
ch exceedingly good values
,i> iay in a auppiy lor your own use . yfu u
:hose you will choose for gifts.
gs are properly discouraged atrein
but no woman would call any of ,
' made undergarments mentioned
true, they have more beauty iplliMB
jntial, but the charm is what red* Tjp
i as gifts, to carry the loving masirst
showing qi these garments*
ie laces. Many of them also sbOw; JH* S H
>f colored voile. Ja
, Will Please ^
JBH 1 1
Jewelry v %
pins.jringg^any of these are ^jjjjf
Beaded and Mesh Bags, $5.00. ^jjf
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