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Beckley Sunday Register (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Beckley, West Virginia I the sunday Register Beckley Raleigh county w. A. Sunday july 27, 1924 social and personal a entertain with Bridge luncheon the spinning wheel was the scene of a Lovely affair yesterday afternoon when mrs. D. Howe Johnston and mrs. E. M. Payne entertained with a Bridge luncheon complimentary to mrs. Hugh m. Crankshaw of London England who is the guest of relatives in the City and mrs. Dudley Osborne of Chicago iii., the gue let of mrs. H. W. Shawhan of Croft Street. A color scheme of yellow was tastefully carried out in the decorations refreshments and valleys. After a delightful luncheon four tables of Bridge were in play for several hours. Those enjoying this hospitality were mrs. T. H. Wickham mrs. F. S. Dupuy mrs. J. A. Campbell mrs. M. C. Ranks mrs. Willie Patterson mrs. John Earl my Creery mrs. S. M. Miller mrs. H. W. Shawhan. Mrs. C. H. Mead mrs. Crankshaw mrs. Light Ner or. And mrs. Osborne. Lawyer at 18 Whitaker Wheeler miss Cecil Clara Wheeler and or. Terry Whitaker popular Young couple of Mabscott were quietly married yesterday morning at the methodist parsonage Rev. Grover j. Johnson performing the ceremony in the presence of a few intimate friends of the contracting parties. The Happy couple left immediately after the ceremony for a honeymoon trip after which they will return to Mabscott to make their Home. Misses Johnston and Payne entertain misses Elizabeth Johnston and Eleanor Payne were hostesses to a luncheon at the spinning wheel yesterday afternoon followed by a theatre party. Those present were misses Helen Martin Lucy Mcdonough and guest miss Mildred Martin of Richmond va., Elizabeth Johnston and Eleanor Payne. Missionary society to meet the Young Peoples missionary society of the m. E. Church South will meet monday evening july 28, with miss zone Sherrod at the Home for. And mrs. W. H. Mcginnis on Neville Street. Miss Delia Helmbol Ler will be Leader forthe evening and All members Are urged to attend. Rev. Ritchie Ware former pastor of the Beckley Christian Church located at Knoxville tenn., will arrive in the City next week for a few Days visit with relatives and friends. While Here he will fill the pulpit at the Christian Church both morning and evening in the absence of Rev. Lloyd. Miss Beulah Kidwell underwent an operation thursday morning at the Beckley Hospital for removal of miss Nan Grabill of Charleston was a business visitor in the City the past week. Mrs. S. A. Scott of Macdonald and guest mrs. F. B. Spear of Pittsburgh pa., were guests thursday of mrs. J s. Edmundson at her Home on Wickham Avenue. Miss Lila m. Hescock of the West Virginia tuberculosis association who has been doing Public health work in Beckley and Raleigh Colin or. T. C. Moorefield dentist office Houre by appointment ovum Raleigh county Bank building Beckley w. A. Tonic talks Albert Waser the Mutual Benefit Man the Good Bouk says May h o in god hath joined together let no Man put Asun it does not say anything about what shall be done with those the Devil Lias joined together. O p t i in i s Rny preach it talk it id pc it every Day. It is contagious. If you have an investment in mind think this Over let one Hundred men invest their Money As men ordinarily do. I will place life insurance on a second Hundred men. At the end of the Twenty years my men will have More Money than the other Fellows. Here is another fact for your think Box of All estates left in this country 85% is life insurance. Rut that enormous sum is provided with Only 3% of the income of the people. If you can find an investment that beats this speak up. If a Man is willing to leave compound interest out of his calculations insurance is As Good an investment by and Large As he can find anywhere. But Insomuch As he does not get the advantage of compound interest anyway Why should he not look the fact in the face and resign himself to it As a fact buy Mutual Benefit accelerate be endowment policy and see what compound interest will do for 13. This plan provides endowment insurance at life rates. My business address is 203 Raleigh county Bank bldg. Ltd the leading annual dividend cow miss Edith Judith Friedman eight Een years old is stud to be the youngest woman Ever graduated from a Law school in tills country. Besides graduating at this tender age she won second highest honors at the St. Lawrence University Law school. Brook Lyn n. Y. To for the past few weeks will return tomorrow to her Home in Charleston. Mrs. R. Beard of Princeton arrived in the City yesterday for a few Days visit with or. Beard and other relatives. Or. And mrs. E. S. Woodyard and Small daughter Bettie Lee of Williamson Are enjoying a motor trip to Beckley Charleston and Huntington. Miss Myrtle Cahill of Bluefield is spending the week end Here with her sister and brother or. And mrs. A. H. Agee of Carter Street. Lowest prices on Brake lining and service at Rhodes garage. Miss to Willis who has been the guest of miss Julia Lewis for several Days returned Friday to her Home in cattle Surg by. Or. And mrs. Earl Vaught who have been guests of or. Vaughty a sister mrs. Bessie Carroll for the past week returned wednesday to their j Home at Richwood. Mrs. Paul Barrett who is spending the Slimmer Here with her sister mrs. J. B. Clifton left wednesday for Logan to visit with relatives for a few Days. Mrs. Tom Lewis and miss Anna Mcdowell Are spending the week end at Mordue with or. And mrs. C. Allen. Or. And mrs. Thomas h. Wickham and Small daughter Nancy expect to leave this week for a two weeks vacation trip to Stone Hathor n. J. Miss Nellie Robinson has returned to her Home in Charleston after a visit Here with relatives. Or. And mrs. John y. Morgan and children of Glen White were visitors in the City yesterday. Mrs. Harley m. Kilgore and Little son Robert and miss Helen Kilgore left yesterday for a few Days visit with or. And mrs. E. S. Re scr at j their summer Camp on the Greenbrier. Or. And mrs. John Hope will Moj tor to Montgomery this morning to tic the guests of the former a parents or. And mrs. Edward Hope. Mrs. Hope will remain until next sunday while or. Hope will return tonight. C. M. Ward spent several Days in Lewisburg on business the past week. Get your ignition repairing at Rhodes garage. Work guaranteed. Of. Miss Atkins nurse at the Beckley Hospital is spending a two weeks a vacation with or. And mrs. I. W. De Vel re of Ronceverte. Mrs. Robert Lowe and Small son who have been visiting or. Lowers parents or. And mrs. A. G. Hatcher of the Johnstown Road returned today to her Home in Bluefield. Or. Lowe motored to Beckley this morn j ing and accompanied them Home. J Festus Scott is a business visitor in Charleston Over the week end. Mrs. L. O. Gunther and children returned thursday from a few Days visit with relatives at Sandstone. Miss Madlyn Scott returned to Chester pa., where she is employed after spending a couple of weeks with her parents or. And mrs. W. H. Scott. Mrs. D. L. Heaberlin of Bristol tenn., is Here visiting her nephews c. L. And j. C. Heaberlin. Mrs. C. M. Lilly will return today from Charleston where she has been visiting relatives for several Days. Mrs. Oakley Phipps will leave to a Morrow for Holden to join or. Phipps who has accepted a position Al that place. / miss Margaret Campbell of Eccles spent thursday in the City As the i guest of misses Erma and Esther Yaple. Dorsey Biggs underwent an operation thursday at the Kings daughters Hospital for removal of tonsils. Will Hollandsworth returned tuesday to his Home near Berwind alter spending a week in the City with relatives and friends. His daughter miss Bessel who accompanied him Here will remain for several weeks with relatives. Miss Marcella Flannigan will leave today for a six weeks visit with relatives and friends in Philadelphia and Pottsville a. Mrs. W. E. Christian underwent an operation thursday at the Kings daughters Hospital for appendicitis. She is improving nicely. Mrs. Berne Mannon of Huntington is spending the week end Here with mrs. J. G. Smisko. C. R. Stahl of Stotesbury and or. A. G. Bowles of Glen White were visitors in the City yesterday. Kelvin tor colder than ice. It never melts. If interested my Petit electric co., Beckley. Of in Fred Wilfong is expected to return today from Clarksburg where he attended the 12th annual convention of the West Virginia funeral directors association which convened there monday and tuesday. He also spent several Days at Fairmont with relatives and friends Enro Ute. Or. And mrs. D. Hutchinson Are week end visitors in Charleston. C. A. Byus is spending several Days in Huntington on business. Patty Ellion daughter of or. And mrs. E. 1. Ellison of Oakwood Avenue who Wras struck by a Golf Chih several Days ago at the country club is slowly recuperating. An abscess had formed on one Side of her face and Friday her condition became serious hut after suffering for sometime with the most intense pain the abscess broke and she gained almost immediate Relief. Will build Bridge subscriptions in excess of the �500,000 authorized capitalization of the Huntington Ohio Bridge company have been made and the Stock was allowed at a meeting held on wednesday insuring the erection of a Bridge crossing the Ohio River connecting Huntington on the West Chesapeake on the Ohio Side and providing a much needed convenience for Highway travellers Between the two states. Col. Z. Taylor Vinson prominent Huntington Ian Ami an attorney of National note in Coal mining litigation received a fractured Collar Bone in an automobile Accident in which the Rev. W. In Sheller pastor of Central Christian Church and Julius Rob Huntington real estate dealer merchant and capitalist were also severely shaken up. Kelvin tor fits your Refrigeri tor never melts. If interested set j Petit electric co. To j or. W. T. Riffe dentist Beckley w. A. A Ray diagnosis. Gas . Lady assistant. Of Etc r hours 9 to 12 a. To. I to 6 p. In. Phon is office 287 residence 2s. Treats Whites Only klan cares for unfortunate Henry Meyers who was found in an unconscious condition on South Kanawha Street Friday night of last week was taken to the Kings daughters Hospital where he has since been receiving treatment. The knights of the Kun flux klan learning of his condition sought to ascertain something of his relatives and after several Days Effort his Mother was located at Schoolfield va., to whom a Telegram was sent stating the condition of her son. Arrangements Are also being made by the klan to Send Meyers to his Home. I i Kiwan ians lose the Beckley Slimmer school Defeated the local kiwanis Chih in the game of baseball played Friday afternoon by the prodigious score of 23 to 4. Thy school put a Well practice and efficient team on the Field while the Kiwan ians were handicapped by a Lack of practice and also by the fact that old ago is creeping lip on several of the players. The Kiwan ians put up a heroic struggle for seven innings hut were unable to hold the younger players. The proceeds from the game will go to help defray the deficit which faces the summer school. To close out the business of the Mountain top motor co. We will sell All of the following cars at a loss to us and a saving to you. You will have to hurry to get one of these. All used cars to be sold at a Price that will startle you. We have the following in used cars one five one five one five one two one five one five one five passenger four Cylinder Buick passenger six Cylinder Buick passenger four Cylinder Maxwell passenger six Cylinder Nash roadster passenger four Cylinder Overland passenger four Cylinder Nash sport passenger six Cylinder Studebaker e All of these Are late models and in perfect condition and at bargains also have one new 1924 Maxwell touring car to be sold at a sacrifice. They will not last Long at the Price we will name so hurry Forbes motor co., inc third ave., opposite c. Amp o. Freight station r. D. Forbes manager phone 319 5 a s a Jim completing improvements the Raleigh Coal and Coke company is completing the erection of the water Tower at Raleigh Heights preparatory to further building and Extension in that new addition which the company is opening up. The new Tower is seventy five feet in height and has a sufficient pressure to carry water to All sections of the town with a terrific Force. As soon As this is completed the company is preparing to open up a new town site and it is Likely that a Large number of new Homes will he built there before fall. Building wrecked the Hall Mill at the Klipstein c chemical Plant at South Charleston blew up on wednesday afternoon completely wrecking the building and sending a Shower of 200 steel Halls weighing three or four pounds j each and other debris in All directions. Of the three men in the Mill at the time of the explosion one escaped uninjured one sustained a sprained ankle and some minor bruises and the third had a Finger broken. Hurt by a train James Miliken an aged Man of j Marlinton we As run Over by a train at Thurmond tuesday and painfully injured. He was sitting on the Railroad track and being deaf did not hear the approaching train. He was taken to Mckendree Hospital. Wild women a when i was shipwrecked a said capt. Bowsprit a i came across a tribe of wild women who had no a Good gracious a cried the fair Maiden a How could they talk a a they a replied the old Salt a a that a what made Mem a always pleases always a the Greenbrier velvet Cream of ice creams lovers of pure ice Cream will find a Hie Greenbrier velvet Cream of ice creams a Happy solution for their entertainment problems As it is universally popular and is a delicious treat is scientifically made from pasteurized Cream in the most up to Date Plant in the South where sanitation is predominant. Place your order Early for any of the following flavors creams Vanilla Strawberry peach chocolate Carmel pineapple Orange Cherry fruit Tutti Fruth fruit custard Maple Walnut Nestlerode individual bricks neapolitan style All flavors Lees and sherbets made to order. Of appropriate designs for weddings holidays anniversaries and All functions. Phone 451 Lewisburg ice Cream co. Incorporated Mabscott West Virginia h. L. Watkins local manager e. E. Livesay v. P., and genl. Mgr

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