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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Beckley, West Virginia Beckley Post Herald Beckley w. A. Tuesday morning Augustio 1937 is it i miscellaneous y Shower Friday evening the Home of mrs. James Akers at Sophia was the scene of a Lovely party when mrs. V Akers mrs Claude rider and mrs. John m. Snodgrass entertained with a miscellaneous Shower to Honor mrs. Frank Foster. Quantities of summer Flowers were used in decorating the House and porch forming a pleasing background for the guests who enjoyed an evening of informal diversions. After a Dainty refreshment course was served mrs. Foster opened her Many Lovely gifts assisted by mrs. Paul Tosh mrs. Hurl Harper and miss Marie deck. Those sharing this Courtesy were mrs. Foster mrs. A. A. Dye mrs. J. O. Peck mrs. Leo Hall mrs. J. W. Clay mrs. Walter James mrs. Rubye Brunette mrs. J. A Pickle mrs. Cleve Young mrs. Mack Basha mrs. Coy Fugate mrs. John Rhinehart mrs. Evan Maynard mrs. J. K. Tosh mrs. Paul Tosh miss Marie deck mrs. Alvin deck mrs. W. G. Nichols mrs. Hurl Harper mrs. James Akers mrs. Claude rider and mrs. John Snodgrass. Many sent gifts who could not attend these were mrs. Seid Bez mrs. W j. Lovell mrs. Woodsie Lovell mrs. C. M. Bair mrs. F. L. Daniels mrs. K. H. Roberts mrs. George of Bryan mrs. W. A Duncan mrs. Charles Kennedy mrs. Dude Jones mrs. Chris Ruble mrs. George Hamed mrs. Rachel Black Well mrs. M. L. Tosh and mrs. Emmitt Gerhart. Kitty pm Iller the marriage of miss alone Gray Miller daughter of or. And mrs. Leiton Edgar Miller of Stansbury Street to or. Lewis Howard Kittle of Bluefield which occurred on sunday july 13, was announced yesterday. The Rev. E. B. Bratton pastor of the methodist episcopal Church performed the ceremony in the parsonage of that Church at Bland a. Mrs. Kiltie wore for her wed wind a Rose beige dress with accessories of Luggage fan. Present were or. And mrs. John h Mccann of Roanoke a. Mrs. Mccann is a sister of the Bride. Mrs. Kittle a pretty Blond came to Beckley in years ago with her parents from Fredericktown Ohio. She attended Woodrow Wilson High school where she was a senior. The bridegroom son of mrs. Harvey Gay Kittle arid the late or. Kittle of Elkins is a stenographer for Armour and company in Bluefield. He was graduated from Richwood High school in 1934 and Charleston business College in 1935. Or. And mrs. Kittle left yesterday for a two weeks tour. They will make their Home in Bluefield after August 24. Music club luncheon the regular monthly luncheon meeting of the monday music club held yesterday at 12 30 of clock in the private dining room of the Beckley hotel had As Honor guest mrs. James m. Hayes. The members of the club with their several guests numbering Twenty five showered mrs. Hayes with Lovely handkerchiefs and any expressed their regret that she with her family will leave the City soon. Mrs. J. Q. Hutchinson president of the club spoke highly of mrs. Hayes and complimented her on her contributions to the clubs monthly musical programs. During the service of the luncheon a Quartetti composed of mrs. Doff Daniel mrs. R. A. Boyd mrs. Floyd m. Sayre and miss Inez Cal Fec Sang a a when my Dreamboat comes Home and a Good night beloved. They were accompanied by mrs. William Taylor. Birthday party mrs. I h. Phillips was hostess yesterday afternoon at her Home on Temple Street entertaining to Honor her son Howard Lee who was celebrating his tenth birthday. During the afternoon hours the Small guests who shared this Courtesy played games and enjoyed contests. Small Green and red balloons were favors and afforded much amusement for the group. Howard Lee received Many attractive gifts which he opened and displayed after which a daintily detailed refreshment course with a color Motif of Green and Pink was served to the children. Those attending this party were Betty Kincaid Patty and Helen Honaker Margaret Thomas Mary Lou Merrylees Doris Lee Gebhardt Mary Ellen and Billy Perry Tommy and Libby Baker Elizabeth Bird Jane Lynch Betty Ann Evans Keith Cottle David Cottle Rita Burley Mona Marie Phillips Bettyjo and Tomy Phillips and Mildred Kincaid. Mrs. Phillips was assisted in dispensing hospitality by mrs. L. B. Phillips. Amu last times today laugh gasp whistle those tunes Mew faces Juc Perm to Milton Biri Parky Skarkas Harriet Nhim William Brady Jerome comm Thelma Loo a and too iwo Futi an Edward Small production direct my of Leigh atom at 10 1010 Civ Elk added Walt Disney cartoon mrs. John canape of Covington. Va., was yesterdays guest of mrs. Ora Calfee and other friends in the City. Mrs. Canape is the former Faye Mccreery. A a a or. Arid mrs. Leonard Seaman of the Harper Road spent saturday at Hawks nest. Miss Pearl Snedegar of Huntington is the guest of miss Florence Seaman of the cottage apartments. Hair. And mrs. C. V. Ashworth of Calloway Street have As their guests or. And mrs. Robert Ashworth of Moundsville. A a or. J. L. Lineweaver left last evening for a vacation trip to new York City and Philadelphia a. He expects to visit several other Points in the East returning Here the later part of the week. A or. And mrs. Harry sessions and family left sunday for a weeks visit on the East coast. A a miss Mildred Amick who has been the guest of her Uncle j. E. Dickerson and mrs. Dickerson of libber Street left yesterday for her Home in Huntington. She was accompanied by or. Dickerson. It Joe Muse. Miss Myrtle Muse and miss Elizabeth wills who have spent the past week with mrs. C. Broughman of Thayer returned yesterday to their Home in Mountain City Tenn. A or. And mrs. D. B. Shumate and children Janet and Felix spent sunday with or. And mrs. M. H. Harrold at Oak Hill. Miss Florence Seaman and guest miss Pearl in Edgar of Huntington and mrs. J. L. Bumgardner were sunday guests in the Home of mrs. Clara Tyree at Glen Jean. Mrs. Frank Huffman and miss Elizabeth Brown left sunday for Birmingham Alabama where they will visit in the Home of the former s sister mrs. H. B. Thompson and or. Thompson. Misses Loda and Peggy Castro Dale of Welch who have been the guests of miss Ida Anne Cecillio of South Kanawha Street returned sunday evening to their Home. Or. And mrs. A. J. Truman accompanied by John Beckley Campbell left sunday for a several Days visit to Cleveland and Chicago. A a a mrs. A. E. Helm is spending the week at Harrogate Tenn., where she is the guest of relatives. A a mrs. Wilmer e. Hall of Decatur Alabama is the guest of her aunt mrs. William Taylor and or. 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Send fifteen cents in Coin or Stamps coins preferred for each Marian Martin pattern. Be sure to write plainly your size name address and style number. Summer fashion triumphs order the latest Marian Martin pattern Book now add thrill to your Days and evenings with the newest frocks Blouse skirts and Coats exactly suited to your Type Chic to satisfy the need of every age from tots and Junior miss to matrons who need especially slender izing lines. News of the smartest fabrics. Accessories Book fifteen cents. Pattern fifteen state s balance hits to year High actress to wed Talbott says one overdraft will be wiped out shortly Charleston aug. 9.�? apr West Virgiia closed the first month of the new fiscal year with a balance of $17,067,183.16 which state treasurer r. E. Talbott said was the largest in ten years. The treasurers statement showed an overdraft in Only one fund the state debt sinking fund. Talbott said the overdraft of $481,-959.83 will be erased by fall Levy collections. The department of Public assistance received the Only Transfer from the general fund during july. It amounted to $454,000. The months disbursements from the state fund general Revenue totalled $973,336.34 but collections swelled the balance to $2,556,523-.63. Talbott declared the states financial condition a a healthy and cited a reduction of $11,035,100 in the state s bonded indebtedness since june 30, 1934. He said the state sinking fund commission has 4,976,290.97 applicable to debt service on outstanding Road Bonds. Twenty five cents for both when ordered together. Send your order to Beckley cents. Newspapers pattern department huh a starting tomorrow a Lor of Wickham Avenue. Or. Hall who accompanied mrs. Hall Here continued to Clarksburg and Weston where he will attend to business matters. A w. A. James patient in the Raleigh general Hospital is reported As doing very nicely. A a or. And mrs. Noel Christian who have been the guests of his parents returned yesterday to their Home at Egeria. Moo mrs. J. V. Costello and daughter Daphne of Chicago iii., who have been the guests of her sister mrs. B. T. Wren jr., and family of Burgess Street will leave today for Chicago via Huntington where they will join or. Costello and son Desmond who have been the guests of mrs. J. V. Costello or. Or. And mrs. R. L. Reardon and daughter Virginia who have just returned from an extended visit to Virginia Beach va., new York City Sweet Springs and Hinton spent sunday at the Graham reunion at lovers leap. Or. And mrs. George Wilkinson left yesterday for Jacksonville fla., when they will join their children and her parents for a vacation. A or. And mrs. L. B. Lobenstein Are spending the week in new York City. Or. And mrs. W. L. Gibson of Pine Street expect to move this week to Huntington. Or. Gibson expects to enter a Hospital there for treatment. Bill bluster returned sunday evening from Huntington where he motored saturday to attend the Art Cassel dance. Miss cookie Moss of Huntington who has spent the past week Here the guest of her sister mrs. Lewis Burger and or. Burger of the Baldwin apartments left yesterday for her Home. Mrs. Bestal bowery of Daniels who has been the week end guest of or. And mrs. John Wilities expects to return to her Home today. Or. And mrs. Thurman Bowling of Charleston were the sunday guests of friends in the City. A a or. And mrs. Jake Ellis and son Are spending the week camping on Hie Greenbrier River. A a mrs. I p. Graham of Hinton who was the sunday guest of her daughter mrs. R. L. Reardon and family left yesterday for Charleston where she will spend sometime the guest of relatives. Mrs. J. B. Ashley of Beaver Avenue who underwent an operation Friday at the Raleigh general Hospital is reported As recuperating very nicely. A among out of state Folk who were guests of friends in the City Over the week end Enro Ute to attend the Graham reunion at Lov Over the week end Enro Ute to at Eros leap on sunday were mrs. Elizabeth Nias of new y Ork City or. And mrs. Hunter Graham of Washington d. C. John Homer Brooks of Greenfield ind. And or. And mrs. Homer Miller of Martinsville id. A a Belva Aliff daughter of City fire chief and mrs. J. A Aliff was admitted to the Raleigh general Hospital last night for an appendicitis operation. Red government aids quadruplets Moscow us. 9�? apr dispatches from desolate Sakhalin russians sub Arctic Island off the siberian coast said today the soviet government had intervened to save the lives of girl quadruplets born to 1he wife of a worker in the Sakhalin Oil Fields named Yashin. The babies were born prematurely last May in the Village of Katan Gli and soviet health authorities following Canadas example in the Case of the Dionne immediately took charge. Powdered milk was rushed by air plane. A physician and nurse were appointed to care for the Mother and babies All of whom survived. Child injured barges Burn at Fairmont bocks Quarter million Gallons of gasoline ignited explode flood control Grants approved latest of Hollywood notables to announce intention to wed is Paula Stone daughter of the stage and screen Veteran. Fred Stone. The actress will wed Walter Maston cafe operator. No Date has been set. Chen oppose prayer meet ban first Public mass demonstration against nazi Rule held Buckhannon aug. 9�? apr five Vear old Leon pomp was taken to the City Hospital today with a broken Collar Bone and concussion of the brain after he was struck by a truck. Witness said the lad ran from behind a parked car into the path of the vehicle. Or. And mrs. Robrt Long and or. And mrs. Rulan Phillips Are spending the week camping at Bland va., where they Are guests i of or. And mrs. Edwin l. Peters. A a a mrs. J. P. Laurie is confined to her Home Here by dines. Vest a on the stage a a the great Lester and his gala revue on the screen wok Veia Fra cml of wimm Ornee admission matinee night children 10c children 10c adult 30c i adult. 40c. A very special until thursday August 12 permanents with masses of ringlets $1 other were up to a $7.50 hoppers new River and scrip accepted at face value Sally Annas Beauty shop Telephone 562 Ca Fenette bldg. 27 main St. Board of education Levy estimate stale of West Virginia county of Raleigh to wit at a regular session of the Board of education of Raleigh county held at the regular meeting place thereof on the 3rd Day of August 1937. Present k. O. Green acting president of said Board of education and or. A w. Johnson Frank Billups and j. Y. Cooper members. Tri accordance with Section j 2. Article is chapter 67, acts 1933, second extraordinary session House Bill no. 234the Board of education proceeded to make up an estimate of the amount necessary to he raised by a Levy of taxes for the current fiscal year and doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be As follows estimated disbursements elementary teachers outstanding orders june so 1937$ 4,123.11 121 teachers $16,741.40 per month. ,492.oo 337 teachers $38,62i>.50 per month. 347.629.50 46 teachers $ ,817.50 per month. 43.357.50 salary of superintendent. 1,420.00 salary of assistant superintendent. 6,120.00 teacher s pension. 5,400.00 total disbursements .$534,419,60 estimated disbursements High school teachers salary of assistant superintendent 3,110.00 classified High schools for principal at $2,821.21 per month. 25,390.89 for is teachers at $15,634.00 per month. 140,706.00 for 12 coaches at $1,898.00 per month. 17,082 of Voag and Home he. At $835.00 per month. 10,020.00 Junior High schools for principal at $1,021.56 per month. For 29 teachers at $3,553.30 per month. For i coach at $175.00 per month. $193,198.89 9,194.04 31,981.50 1,575.00 transportation of pupils. Supplies office $800.00, stationery $400.00, postage $4 teachers $2,500.00, janitor $7,000.00fuel Gas $30.00, Coal $9, 500.00electricity eight $2,500.00 water. Telephone. Insurance buildings $8,. 000.00, busses $i.000.00equipment furniture. Laboratory. Physical education. Library. Text books. Advertising. Audit by tax commissioner rent. Freight and hauling. Repairs to equip. Amp Furtta. Repairs to buildings. New busses. Elections. W. P. A. Matching rep and child feeding. 16,000.00 1,600.00 9.500.00 9.530.00 2.500.00 700.00 700.00 9.000,00 7.000.00 100.00 200. Of 1.500.00 Simi. Of 700.00 225.00 3.700.00 1.400.00 3.000.00 38,000.00 .3. 1.125.00 2.000.00 total disbursements elementary schools $145,550.00 estimated disbursement a maintenance and building a High schools 350 Ood too. Of 1,300.00 42,750.54 total disbursements elementary teachers fund .$554,419.60 total disbursements High school teachers fund .$239,129.43 amount to be raised by Levy $127,665 of rats of assessed Levy valuation prop. Class no. I7.85c personal property. $ 3,903,725.00 Public Utility prop. 241,400.00 total class no. I a 4,140,125,00 class no. Ii. 16c real estate 3,918,665.00 class no. Iii. 33c Ileal estate ____$14,210.517 of personal property 3.851.690.oo Public Utility prop. 11,89,900.00 total Cia is no. Ii i .$29,392,107.00 lass no. In. 38c real estate ,.$ 3,586,185.00 personal property 1,454,185.00 Public Utility prop. J,421,800, to total class no in 6,412.120 00 total county $43,863,017.00 estimated disbursement a Maint a j salaries members county Bourd of education 150.00 clerical assistants to superintendent. 1,500.00 4-h club agents. 150.00 janitor and engineers. 17,500.00 expenses of Board members $50.00, superintendent and assistants $300.00transportation of pupils. Supplies office $800. Of stationery $400.00, postage she of teachers $900.00, janitor $3, 000.003,900.00 fuel Gas 70.00, Coall 5oo.o04.57o.o0j electricity Light 4,000 00 4.ooo.no water. 2.000,00 Telephone. 800 00 i insurance buildings 9,000.00 ulusses 1.500-0010,500-00 j equipment furniture. I is Bora tory. Physical education. Library 8ohool$5,000.00 it text books. Manual training. Home economies. Advertising. Audit by tax commissioner land Purchase of. New buildings. J repairs to new busses. I j elections. Freight and hauling Aud diplomas i repairs to equipment. Berlin aug. 9.�? apr police arrested but later released 110 demonstrators who marched through the tree lined streets of suburban Dahlem tonight in protest against a ban on Public prayer meetings for imprisoned pastors who opposed nazi Church restrictions. The Parade was believed to be the first Public mass demonstration against any measure taken by the government under nazi Rule a nazis permit no open opposition several Hundred members of the Dahlem Church of the Rev Martin Niemoeller protestant Leader in the fight against government regulation of Church affairs joined in the March. They started Down the streets after learning that police had forbidden a prayer service for the Rev. Or. Niemoeller which was to follow the regular sunday evening Sermon. Fairmont aug. 9.�? apr four barges loaded with More than a Quarter of a million Gallons of gasoline burst into flames on the Monongahela River late last night. The cargo shows were tied up to the Fairmont bulk Plant of the Standard Oil company of new Jersey for unloading. J. M. Kos Ner of Mckee rocks pa., a pumper was first to see the flames. He said the gasoline apparently became lighted by a lantern or a cigarette at a House boat tied Down the River about 600 Yards. Kosner called to the Barge Crews and helped them escape. When flames reached the Barge j tanks they exploded with a Roar that was heard for Miles. City firemen heard the blast and set out for the scene before an alarm was actually turned in. Workers said the four barges were valued at $100,000 each and were nearly new but said they would be salvaged. The gasoline loss was estimated at $14,000. Washington aug. 9�? of a president Roosevelt a apr roved allocations totalling $44e 437,700 for 44 flood control projects Congress authorized in june 1936. Army engineers making this announcement today added that other allotments probably will be made within two month work on the $44,437,700 Worth of projects can Start As soon As conditions in the various area permit they said. The largest allocation was $11,-4 78,000 for flood control work in los Angeles county. California. Of this $6,478,Joo is to be taken from Relief funds and the real from War department Money. Councilman Dies Huntington. Aug. 9�? apr Howard e. Palmer 61-year-old Cliv councilman and county area engineers for the fifth spa District died of a heart ailment. His widow and one daughter survive. Lyric theatre wednesday Only $ $ $ $ $ n gym i Anita Louise a to 66 Sims Charles Winninger j John hot foot Awtar t o Niru a a a a a Mimm i Owem of term a to. A a a Dwarf a by Sitter Beeler s a Coram Stouta Sooh last showing Mem Grok a . My aisle a Fra Buck Gilrai sated Eon past to flu i Mas my sate a m. K. Mumm my Ink Saba also news a comedy $ a wednesday Only a $ George Brent Anita Louise 66 6mitl c Maries of Murce John Nett Aas Tim a o till a at pfc or Alt Laadan 0#v�,. Mat Ara of Trahd try Twiby a a cosmopolitan moots Quot As a in my he has Tomaine have you adequate refrigeration 7 too. Of 2.000 of j Loo. 10 5,000,00 200.00 2.000 of s 350.00 6�?z00o of 800.00 >0 000.00 ,>00 of1 500. Ii 625,00 3.000 of Totol disbursements High schools. $1 2,970.00 maintenance and building fund i total disbursement Al Centary s amount to b Anet and building elementary schools outstanding orders june 20 1937i 11,000.0 salaries members county Board of education ____150.00 j clerical assistants 1� super Nten Dent. 2,220.00 j attendance officer. 3.600.00 j nurse. Janitor and engineers. 25,300.00 expenses of Board members $200.00, superintendent $300.00, and assistants $600.00 1.100 00 amount of original Bonds districts Date outstanding town .10-8-2,1 $294,000.00 blab Fyk 5-29-28 89,000.00 trap 111117-21-28 15.0o0.o0 totals 318.000,00 o. I personal property Public Utility prof total class no. Class no i real estate. 3,913s,6i Classi no. Ii. Real estate. I 3,9l3,� personal property 3,351,6 Public Utility crop. 11, 29.9-total lass no. Iii 29,392. U clash no. Unreal estate in ran a i property. Public Utility crop total class no. Jav $145,5 30.00 i by lev y 1129,33.00 rate of assessed Levy valuation prop. Sci 3,903,725 00 241 i 4,145.1 16.6c 16.8c of 83. Be .00 3,536 13 1.4.54,16 i. 21 $00.00 i 41? 120. Al original amount $489,000,061 i 0, Umi of 75,000 00 $665,000,00 delinquent taxes and exoneration estimated at Ioc total amount to be raised by Levy of taxes total Ooi not. .$4.5,16j.07.0 amount required for sinking fund interest $19,000.00 ii i i Tusi 7, too. Of 4,450. Of 5,000 of 1,100.00 $41,900.00 23.724.00 spelled fad amp dangerous in hot weather children particularly Are susceptible to the poisonous effects of food in which there has been excessive bacterial growth. Done to endanger the lives of your family by using inadequate refrigeration methods. Above 50 degrees is the danger zone wherein the growth of dangerous bacteria and Mold is encouraged. Food that a looks and smells All right even tastes unspoiled May have reached a stage of bacterial development that will necessitate such a scene As illustrated above. Electric refrigerators freeze More than twice As fast As other mechanical refrigeration. This assures an adequate Supply of ice cubes in hottest weather and maintains a constant safety zone of below 50 degrees which gives food safety. A few pennies a Day pays for running an electric refrigerator. Stop bacteria growth total 15.174.00 i j ,450,00 7,100.09 53.724.00 proposed rates on the 4 classes of property class i1 625 class it. 29.21 class la. 585 class in. Ss.5 state of West. Virginia county of Raleigh to wit i. Evan Doreen Secretary of the Board of education in Aud for said a Ratlfy Ridera count Aud Buie. Do hereby that the foregoing ooh form to made and entered by said Board on the 3rd Day of August 1937, Given under my hand this Quot re Day or August 1937 pc v in Posas it. Secretary Board of education Raleigh county. A mechanical ref Rifer mean the production of cold by in machine. With mechanical refrigeration there la no substitute for electric Power. Tor let equate electric ref Rige

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