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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Bluefield, West Virginia Sunday morning feb. 25, 1940. Bluef1eld daily Telegraph Bluefield w. A. Page three Mam prepares for go meeting More than 15,000 persons expected to be present on March 16 to hear senator Robert a. Tafts speech when Republican delegates gather in Marion. Va., March 16, Lor the congressional convention they will be greeted with the great est reception in Many years. The smythe county news is preparing a Mammoth special Edl Tion and All the City streets will be decorated in Lull gala. They Are preparing for a crowd of 15,000. No doubt senator Robert a. Taft s speech at the convention will attract Many thousands from nearby states. A letter from Rob it h. Woods chairman of the ninth District to the Tazewell county Republican committee warns that credentials will be examined carefully and that certified delegates will be seated first. Eighty delegates and eighty alternates will be elected from Tazewell county next saturday at a Republican mass meeting in the Tazewell courthouse. Many prominent state leaders will attend this mass meeting. Mrs. A. S. Higginbotham District Clairm amp a of Republican clubs will set up a county women s organization and j. L. Dillow president of Virginia Young republicans. Has accepted an invitation to a Peak in the interest of his organization and take Steps to form a Tazewell county Young Republican club. Or. Dillow is perhaps the outstanding Young Man of Virginia and is being slated to head the National organization. Many Young republicans and several Hundred women have indicated they will attend. Red Cross shoes now being shown at the Betty Lee honoured by Navy announcement was made yesterday by Harry Clark manager of the Betty Lee shoe and dress shop 322 Princeton Avenue that his establishment located in Blue fled for the last 17 years has secured the Agency for red Cross a hoes. Highlight styles of red Cross a hoes will be featured by Betty Lee including the Dresden the flirt Lacie and Caprice. Spring opening of the shoe Market will bring the latest in easter styles for display at the Betty Lee shop. Featured models i will include the Frippe Glamour Caprice Piccadilly Kenwood Lacie Allstr countess and executive. Patents in red Cross shoes will be among the chief new a Tyles on display at Betty Lee with a. Youthful patents at their loveliest and smartest. Gabardine Are slated to go places according to the red Cross shoe company with flattering feminine and fashionable models ready for the Spring buyers. O Ove fitting foot slimming and fluttering styles will be shown in the new Gaberdine at the Betty Lee shop. Kit a also is coming up fast in popular a with the smooth soft leather in for a big season according to the red Cross shoe firm. Blue is smarter than Ever this Spring and again red Cross shoes Are offering a Complete line. The capstone of the Washington Monument at Washington weighs 3.300 pounds. Hersel Thomas Davis apprentice Seaman. U. S. Navy son of or. And mrs. H. L. Davis 1039 1-2 Wayne Street. Bluefield. W. Va., has been selected As Honor Man for his company at the naval training station Norfork a. His selection was made by his company commander As the result of Competition which extends the entire period of training in which every Many in the company took part. Young Davis completed the course of instructions at the training station with the highest Marks in of cd company for All around proficiency in his rating. A letter of congratulation has been received by or h. L. Davis from Captain h. A. Mcclure. Commanding officer of the naval training station Norfork. Young Davis enlisted in the local recruiting station december 27. 1939, and transferred to the Norfork station for his recruit training. He is 21 years old graduated from the Northfork h go school in the class of 1936. And was a member of that schools tumbling team. Young Davis has arrived Home to spend 10 Days with his is ends before being transferred to duty with the Fleet. He states his desire to become a radioman on a Cruiser with the Fleet. Pounding Mill a. My. W. B. St bulb correspondent Little Book which or of Sheds Light on stomach ulcers caned by c a Trie hype acidity disarm altar a Attar stomach Pulai bloating. Heartburn Gas sour stomach and indigestion duo to Lacoss stomach acid ars discussed a this ires Booklet. It brings news of Vonus Pink Tablet treat meat a treatment used bar aver a Quarter of a Mili Ioa. A treatment that thousands have reported brought Masing Relief eight at Home without liquid Diot or Loos of time from work a treatment which has helped nature to Hoal stomach ulcers caused by gastric hype acidity. Write today for this free Booklet and our trial offer a with Money Back guarantee if not satisfied. Write Cleveland Van co 1304 old Arcade Cleveland Ohio pounding Mill. A. Feb. 24.�? the Rev. Lee Hill methodist min ister will preach Here sunday night. The Rev. Curtis Jones filled his regular appointment Here last sunday night. He was accompanied by the Rev. W. S. Jones of Tazewell. Mrs. J. T. Pruett and son. Isaac and daughter. Miss fran Ces. Have All had influenza. The wind did considerable damage Here saturday. A tree that stood on line bet Ween c. H. Trayer and John Ringstaff blew Down on upper Side of or. Ringstaff a House. Mrs. Charlesc amp Arbaugh is spending this week with her parents mrs. And mrs. W. A. Asbury. Mrs. Junior beavers is improving some after a ease of influenza. Mrs. Mike Fekete visited or. And mrs. Harrison and son. Johnny last week end in War. W. A. Mrs. Julia Williams visited her daughter mrs. L. W. Ringstaff jr., and or. Ringstaff Roderfield w. A. Miss Hazel Hilt was not Able to teach last week due to illness. C. H. Robinette and son Sam Jel visited Richl amp ads tuesday. Charlie Pruett is on the sick list. Miss Mary Gladys Johnson returned to Mattie Williams Hospital wednesday for an operation. How to buy a car choose your car from any dealer get the dealers proposition for a a Cash deals including any Trade in allowance for your present car. Then come to this Hank prepared to add enough Money to the Trade in allowance to equal one third of the total Purchase Price of the car new. We will lend you the remaining two thirds. Go Back to your dealer and pay Cash for your car. The commercial Bank Bluefield w. A. Member Federal Deposit insurance corf. Bluefield College Bluefield College. Feb. 24.�?dr. E. C. Wade president of Bluefield College was the speaker for the regular Chapel program on tuesday. Because the month of february is the birth month of More famous men than any other month or. Wade chose two of these men Washington and Lincoln and made a talk on their lives. In Brief. Or. Wade pointed out that Washington founded and produced this country Lincoln when the House was divided held it together. Both were entirely different and yet there was a common link Between them. There could be no greater contrast in the background and ancestry the Early childhood and education the marriage the mature and Home life than we find in the lives of these two men. Both were great yet neither could have taken the place of the other. Each served his country at a time when no other could and in conclusion or. Vade pointed out that Europe could produce Only a Napoleon or a Hitler that we should be thankful that we live in a country which is capable of producing a Washington or a Linclon. Skating parity the Delta Beta Kappa sorority entertained the eur Tau Beta fraternity and its i. W members with a skating party at the Circle drive skating rink on monday night. The sorority and fraternity met at the West virginian hotel and proceeded to the skating rink which is located on the Bluefield Princeton Road. Several hours of skating were enjoyed and refreshments were served throughout the evening. There were several alumni members of both organizations present. Mrs. Emily Gree ver sponsor of the Delta Beta Kappa was the Chaperon for the evening. Elect officers new officers have been elected by the John Marshall literary society for the last semester of the school year. The new officers Are Elwood Spencer president Jeanne Cartwright vice president and Bill Boisture. Secretary and treas sly m game to the a. L. I. Team and the Smith Brothers swamping Joe steam. At the annual meeting of the Princeton chamber of Commerce tuesday night at the virginian hotel in the county seat left to right Eddie steel Secretary Bluefield chamber of Commerce. E. W. Anderson acting Secretary Princeton chamber w. D. Shuff of the Tri City traction company who was general chairman for the banquet meeting and Dwight Casey now of Salisbury n. A. Former Princeton Secretary. User. The retiring officers were Mildred Copenhaven and Charles Flynn As Spencer was re elected. Dance the annual Sigma Theta Valentine dance held last week in the dining Hall of the College was the most successful in the last five years that the sorority has been organized. In a Beautiful setting of red and White a huge number of students and guests danced to the music of Bill Sameth and his Southern collegians. All the Sigma Theta members wore dresses made of red checked Gingham to distinguish them from their guests. The sorority presented the sponsors with minature corsages formed of Blue Flowers and Talisman roses the sorority s Flower and tied with Silver ribbon. Every guest was presented with a Valentine Lollipop As souvenir. The boys were tagged at the door with White hearts with the greek letters in red the name of the sorority. Chaperones were members of the College faculty. Freshmen win the freshmen under the direction of Captain Anne Lilly Defeated the Sophomore girls by a lop sided score of 36-19. With Lilly leading the scoring for the freshmen the freshmen girls took the Lead Early in the game and held it throughout. Those who made up the freshmen team were Nell Hawthorne. Helen Gillespie Elsie Jones Betty Lee Clark Elizabeth Heaton and Lucille Call. Preceding this game the Jones swamped the a. L. I. Fraternity team in an exhibition game. John Suskie referred the games. The last half of the College in Ter mural league has gotten under Way with the nobs swamping the k. O. A. Fraternity team and the Jones boys dropping a decision to the Myca the a men dropped a personals Joe Bolderson is recovering after receiving a bad Cut when his hand went through a window Glass at the College. Roy Linkous is Back in school after being in bed with the flu. Helen Gillespie is returning Home to Tazewell for the weekend. Jody Fisher has been absent from school due to a bad head cold. Ray Caldwell 1$ Back in school after suffering from a bad foot Man fined on theft charge Estill Robinson coloured 26, of Bluefield was fined $25 and Given a jail sentence of 60 Days on each of two charges of Petty larceny when arraigned yesterday morning before Justice of the peace w. W. Mcneal. Robinson was specifically charged with taking 12 pairs of Hose from the Kresge five and ten cent store and two pairs of shoes from Montgomery Ward. A. Tea was brought to Europe by the dutch in 1610. Dance Teddy Wilson Ujj his orchestra monday March 4th spor Tarena Bluefield w. A. Benny Goodman s former pianist. Teddy Wilson and his orchestra dancing 10 . A til 2 . Admission Advance Sale $1.00, at door $1.25, White spectators 75e. 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