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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - January 15, 1935, Charleston, West Virginia THE CHARLESTON1 DAILY MAIL. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13, 1935 PAGE FIVE > Jean Clare Builtman Becomes Bride of Si Harbinger Bloom Rabbi Goldburg Performs Ceremony Before Families; Couple to Go to Florida, Return to Logan International Group To Sponsor Lecture Harry Brawley Will Speak on the Balkan Situation at Y. W. C. A. Wednesday T HE Bloom, marriage of Miss Jean Clare Builtman to Mr. Si Harburger of Logan, took place at noon Tuesday at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Builtman, in Kanawha street. Rev. Ariel L. Goldberg read the marriage service in the presence of the immediate families. Mr. Sol Bloom, of Logan, was the best man. The bride, who wa.' given in mar- •—-— - riage by her father, wore a tailored suit of blue crepe with white accessories. Her hat was of blue glace tafetta and she carried a white Bible and white orchids. Mrs. Builtman wore a frock of black crepe with black metalic blouse. Mr. Bloom’s mother. Mrs. S. Bloom of Logan, wore a black frock with a white metalic blouse, and Mrs. G. Dayton Lebolt. of New York, wore a frock of black velvet. Mrs. Bloom attended Fairmont school in Washington and was graduated from Rogers Hall, at Lowell, Mass. Mr. Bloom attended the University of Cincinnati and is engaged in business at Logan and Beckley. The ceremony was followed by a wedding breakfast, after which Mr. end Mrs. Bloom left for WThite Sulphur Springs, where they will spend several days before going to Miami. Miss Blanchard To Wed H. S. Johnson Baltimore Girls Engagement j to Charleston Man Is Made Puhi ic Celebrating 25 Years in Ministry Mexico Discussed At Dinner Meeting Miss Abney Guest Speaker for Business and Professional Group The International Relations group ct the Charleston branch of the American Association of University Women engagement of their will sponsor the first of a series of I lotte Lindsay, to Mr. three lectures on the Balkan situation. by Mr. Harry Brawley, at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening ai the Y. W. C. A. Mr. Brawley, who is a member of the faculty of Kanawha college will have as his subject for the first lecture ‘The Historical Background of the pioneer families of Charleston. Balkan Situation.” The lecture will be followed by a round table discus- j sion. All members of the association and their friends are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Blanchard. of Baltimore, have announced the daughter. Char-Howard Spaford Johnson. The marriage will take place in the spring. Mr. Johnson, who is the son of Mrs. Howard Spaford Johnson, of Kanawha street, and the late Mr. Johnson. is a descendant of one of the M iss Katie Belle Abney was guest speaker at the dinner meeting held Monday evening at the clubhouse of the Woman’s club of Charleston by the Business and Professional Woman’s club. She discussed incidents of her recent trip to Mexico and told anecdotes of the natives. The program, which was directed by the president. Miss Dorothea Fla., where they will spend a month | Campbell, included songs by Mrs. at the Miami Biltmore. On their re- i Dorothy Taylor Hamilton and Jackie Lee -Miller. Among those present were: Miss Myrna Allebach. Mrs. E. A. Agnew, Mrs. Louetta Alexander. Miss Louise Clayton. Miss Alma Corbett. Miss Berenice ! Collins, Miss Mildred Hadden, Miss Daisy Chapman. Mrs. Loys Kincaid. Mrs. Ches-: ter Dixon. Miss Hazel Groves. Miss Sarah i Hamilton. Mrs. James Lee Kuhn, Miss Linnie Schley. Miss Jessie Reber. j Miss Alta Schoen, Mrs. M. J. Steele. Miss | Mary Elizabeth Steele. Mrs. Florence j Stevenson, Miss Emma Thayer, Miss Mary Trask. Mrs Stella Moore, Miss Myrtle Smith, Miss Olive Whiting, Mrs. John Zimmer, Mrs. Lottie Love Foster, Mrs. Laura Anderson, Miss Mary Fox. Mrs. Rebecca Walker, Miss Zoie Michael, Mrs. Nettie New Ion, Miss E>telle Patton, Miss Roxie Robinson. Mrs. Pearl Poteet, Miss Ann Carlson. Mrs. Suiter Is Honor Guest Mrs. William Suiter, who is moving to Whiting. Ind.. to reside, was guest of honor at a handkerchief shower given recently by Mrs. S. O. Norton and Mrs. J. G. Fraser. The guests were: Mrs. Suiter, Mrs. Earl Asbury. Mrs. Wayne Morgan, Mrs. James W. Haynes. Jr.. Mrs. J. Clyde Cummings, Mrs. j. C. Hambriek, Mrs. I. A. Aldred, Mrs. William Lewis. Miss Ethel Doyle. Miss Emma Teubert, Miss Lottye Mae Pack. Miss Dorothy Spencer. Miss Ruby Payne. Miss Margaret Bennett, Miss Jean Cook, Miss Mary Bell Trent, Miss Belga Harold. Miss Elizabeth Curtis and Miss Tyrannic White. SOUTH CHARLESTON Mrs. Osman Swartz gave a talk on garden planning, Monday evening, during a meeting of the Mound Garden club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Arthur, in C street. Mr. Warren W. Mowry conducted a flower study class. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rusk. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Lusk, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nichols. Mrs. R. II. Dunn. Mrs. C. S. Thacker. Mrs. W. G. Moore, Mrs. George Latham, Mrs. IL B. Clay, Mr. H. C. Zogg and Mr. Charles Neil. turn they will reside at Logan. Guests* at the wedding were Mrs. S. Bloom. Mr. W. Bloom and Mr. Sol Bloom, of Logan; Mr. and Mrs. G. Dayton Lebolt. of New York. Mrs. A. D. Friedman, of Buffalo. N, Y.. and Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Midelburg, of Charleston. Club Departments Will Have Program Luncheon Meeting Planned Friday by Groups at the Woman’s Clubhouse Circle Meets Wednesday I Mrs. C. H. Dinnon’s circle of the First Methodist Episcopal church will I meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. N. E Shope 109 Duffy I street, Mrs. G. E. Moore will be the I assistant hostess. The Civics and Young Woman’s de- ; partments of the Woman’s club of j Charleston will meet for a covered dish luncheon at I o'clock Friday at the clubhouse.    .    j After the luncheon the following program will be presented: Mrs. W. E. R. Byrne will talk on parlimentarv law; Mrs. Samuel W. j Price, of Scarbro, will talk on “Women in Politics;” Mr. James Chambers, j president of the board of control, will discuss state institutions; Miss Pearle j E. Knight will give a book review; 1 and current events will be discussed by Mrs. D. B. Adams. Entertain Phoenicians Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haddad entertained the members of the Phoenician club of Charleston at dinner Sunday at their home at Whitesville. Those present were: Paul Mansaur, Philip Shaff, Z3ck M. Howard. Nicholas F. Habib, Frank Haddad. •re officers of the club and George A. Haddad. Letter Ellis. Farris Kawash. Edward Bshara. Ernest Zigeer. Sabe Howard. Floyd Elis. Moses Risk. Lee Lewis. Farris Metry, Nicholas Cassis, Lincoln Farris, Thomas Ellis, Sabe Ellis. Nathan A. Haddad, James Salem. Mitchell Howard. James Lewis, Louise Farris. Lee Cassis. Mitchell Michael. Joseph Sayfie. Misses Sarah Ellis. Edna Lewis. Olga Howard. Ammaline Howard. Mary S. Zakaib. Edna Salem, Josephine Abdella. Mr. and Mrs. George Farris. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haddad, Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Haddad, Mrs. George Abood, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Ganim Howard. Mr. George Ellis. Mesrs. Samuel and William Shdeed of Mammoth, Cleo Ammar and James Haddad. Education Group to Meet The education group of the"Charleston branch of the American Association of University Women will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. in Quarrier street. Mrs. Frederick O. Dutton. Jr.. will read a paper on “Progressive Education in Secondary Schools.” Genevieve Cobb Honored Mrs. N. B. Cobb entertained Monday afternoon at her home in Beech avenue in honor of her daughter. Genevieve, who celebrated her birthday anniversary. Those assisting were Mrs. W. E. .Allen. Mrs. W. II. Eary and Mrs. A. G. Garrett. The guests were: Fiances McGuire. Chloe Jones. Janice Reynolds. Ann Davis. Howard Reynolds. Fred Lawson, Charles Eary. John Dower. Donald Gillispie, James Givens and Sterling Arnett. Helen Garrett, Allen. Ellen Meet at Mt. Ovas School The parent-teacher association of the Mt. Ovas school will meet at 3:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the school. A program of songs and recitations will be given by the pupils. Watts Study Club Meets Mrs. J. A. Rippetoe, assisted bv Mrs. O. C. Given. Mrs. L. B. White and Mrs. V. S. Campbell, entertained the Watts school study club. Monday evening, at her home in Hill Crest drive. Miss Virginia Conner read a bi- j ographical sketch of Jean Francois Millet, the French artist. Mrs. O. D. Watts led a program on “The School Child and Money.’* Others on the program were Mrs. John Bradshaw, Mrs. Alice P. Cain. Mrs*. Arthur Brenneman. Mrs. John Hey and Mrs R, L. Munson. Others present were: Mrs. E D. Hamrick, Mrs. J. E Carver, Mrs. Fred Thomas. Mrs. Bari Moton. Mrs. J. L. Green. Mrs. F. C. Horn, Mrs. J. F. Clendenin. Mrs. C. E I Rhodes. Mrs. Clarice Burlingame. I Mrs. T. O. Smith and Miss Lucv Barber. Church Group Entertains The woman’s missionary .society of the Glasgow Methodist Episcopal church, South, entertained with a supper recently at the school house. Over IOO guests were present. Proceeds of the supper will be used for the building fund of the church which will be built in the spring. Alumni Elects Officers The Charleston chapter of the alumni association of Virginia Poly-tecnic Institute will meet at 7:30 o’clock Friday evening at the Zim-mergarten. The business session and election of officers will be followed by a social hour. Services at Littlepage Revival services are in progress at I the Littlepage chapel this week. A j group of members of the McKinnon | chapel will have charge of the service Tuesday evening. Rev. Payne Brown conducted the meeting Monday night. I Rev. Pat B. Withrow will preach j Wednesday evening and the Personal Workers league will hold a service j Thursday evening. Rev'. Frank C. Brown will preach on Friday evening ; and Rev. Payne Brown, on Saturday. I Mr. Charles Bibb and Mr. John Cata-! lino will have charge of the service on j Sunday, Central Circle to Meet Circle No. 5 of the auxiliary of the Central Methodist church will hold an all-day meeting at the* church on Thursday. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. Mrs. W. G. Combs will be the leader. Mrs. Feldner Honored A surprise party was given Monday afternoon to Mrs. G. A. Feldner. of Nitro, mother of Rev. Phil M. Jenkins. pastor of the First Baptist church, honoring her seventieth birthday. Mrs. J. W. Javins. Mrs. Lee Melton and Miss Virginia Putney assisted Mrs. Jenkins as hostesses. Those attending were: Mrs. G. A Feldner. Mrs. Susan Graham. Mrs. Eugene Fowler. Mrs. H. A Rexroad. Mrs. W. S. Dooley. Mrs. J. E. Markham. Mrs. J. A Corby. Mrs. C. H. Simpson. Mrs. JVI. J. Custer. Mrs R. G. Sylvester. Mrs. Rose Krantz, Mrs. W. J Jones. Mrs. Alwilda Carte. Mrs. J F. Sant rock. Mrs O. F Kessler. Mrs. C. Ravnes. Mrs Kathryn Walls, Mrs. J. E. Hartman, Mrs F. H. Briggs. Mrs. J. R Peck. Mrs. Lee Melton. Mrs. J. W. Javins. Miss Virginia Putney and Mrs. Phil Jenkins. Meet at Tiskelwah School The parent-teacher association of the Tiskelwah school will meet at 730 o’clock Tuesday evening at the school. The junior department of the South Charleston Woman’s club will meet Tuesday evening at the clubhouse. The executive board of the Woman's club met Monday evening and completed plans for the January general meeting which will be held on Friday. Those attending were; Mrs. J. Hanley Lawson. Mrs. Leland C. Shriver. Mrs. Ross* Shriver, Mrs. Paris D. White, Mrs. Alan Harpies and Mrs. Harry T. Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Buckland gave | a party at their home in Woodland terrace, Monday evening, in honor of i the tenth birthday of their daughter, ; Ellen. The others present were: Swannah, Ma ce I and Virginia Tompkins, Elizabeth Peal. Dorothy Shinault. Maxine Kiser, Genevieve Harry, Dorothy Miller, Eloise Keeling, Helen and Mary Haynes, Loretta Buckland. Charles* Haynes, Earl Peal. Jr.. Woodrow Shinault, Carl Kiser and Clayton Buckland. Miss Bessie Grose will entertain the Colonial club, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Yvonne Rifle will lead a discussion of Eugene O’Neill s plays. The woman’s auxiliary of the Lane S. Anderson post No. 297, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet Tuesday evening at the Veterans hall. Mrs Edward Lore, assisted by Mrs. Ted Hester, entertained with a surprise party.* Saturday evening, in honor of the birthday of Miss Fay Lore. The guests Mr. and Mr dred Ingram, Miss Lucille Ashley, Miss Dolly Dent. Mr. Goff Thompson. Mr. John Welker. Mr Mr Orville Dent. Mr. Paul Baker. Mr. Bert Stewart, Mr. James Hill. Mr. Edgar Lore, Mr. Clarence Lore, Mr. Irving Dent, Mr. Alonzo Dent. Mr. Carlos Toney, Mr. T. A. Beaver. Mr T. C. Hester, Mr. E. E Lore. Nell Kcs-re, Patsy Hester and BLOW ON HEAD FATAL TO MAN Brother-in-Law Gives Up lo Prosecutor for Probe in Nitro Death 24 PP"    ."    •    Ll’    •    A    M    A    -Jk ****** * ** The body of Daymus Persinger, years old, of Nitro, was in a St. bans mortuary Tuesday as the result of a blow’ he received on the head in a fight at the home of his brother-in-iaw’, Guy E. Layne, of Nitro. Persinger died Monday night at the home of his father-in-law, George West, another Nitro resident. Layne surrendered himself to Prosecuting Attorney B. T. Clayton, of Putnam county, and on Tuesday was being held in the county jail, at Winfield, for an inquiry into the death. According to reports, Persinger went to the home of his sister, Mrs. Layne, last Saturday night and got into a fight with Layne. He was struck on the head with a heavy smoking stand, and he did not regain consciousness. Persinger had been employed at the Viscose plant at Nitro for the last, eight j ears and was a member of the Viscose baseball team. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pauline Persinger; a 4-months-old son, George West Persinger; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Persinger; and two sisters, Mrs. Layne, end Mrs. Glenn Hill. All live at Nitro. STATE SEAL UPSIDE DOWN AUGUSTA, Me.—Some thing has to be done and done quickly about the new’ rug purchased recently for the senate chamber hero- The rug W’as Al- I correct in detail, but the state seal was w’oven in reverse. Now on Display The Beautiful New NASH LAFAYETTE at Johnstone Motor Co. 422 Broad St. Airriee Semple McPherson celebrated her a parade. Shown with her on the float are Mn with daughter of the Angelus temple of the temple’s lieutenants. 25 years in the ministry Mrs. Roberta Smith, left, leader, aud Rheba Crawford Splivalo, one MEADOR MADE LEAGUE’S HEAD Succeeds Kay as Republican Leader; Lincoln Day Event Is Planned executive board of P. G. Meador, Charleston attorney, I was elected president of the Kanawha County Union Ix'ague county Republican organization, at a meeting of the league on Monday night in the council chambers at the city hall. Mr. Meador succeeds Robert II. C. Hay as president. Oilier officers for the coming year included: John Shanklin, first vice president; j W, S. Boland, second vice president: < John Chai nock. reelected secretary; and Joe Wilan. treasurer. members of the the organization. A lengthy discussion was held on the proposed statewide Lincoln day dinner, to be held by the organization. Further plans for the dinner were made and Nathan Poffenbarger U’as named as chairman of the entertainment committee. Other committees will be named later. Mr. Meador said Tuesday that the league plans to make the dinner a state-wide affair, leaders of young Republican clubs, and prominent Republicans from every section of the state being on the invitation list. I The .speaker for tne affair already I had been obtained. He is Attorney | General John W. Bricker, of Ohio, who is prominent in young Republican j j I circles. Mr. Meador said that the dinner I will be held on the evening of Febru-! ary 12. Ii j n ; I I n 'r;\ I U ) \ I Souci SOCIA our popular $ S.OO vita tor IP I rn —In the last 20 years the number of j inmates of San Quentin prison volun- j tardy taking educational courses has i increased from a score to more than ! Dr Robert King Buford, Mr. Hay > 2.930 convicts out of a population of | and R, E. O'Connor were named as 16,000. Ii At ♦ 'o many smart wcr . . . and covet . . . this wa ai! others, that our beau specially features it for January TUE DIAMONDl -A Complot* Department Store 310-316 Capitol Street were: ; \V. A Lore. Miss Mil-Mi>s Imogene Welker. Griffith. Miss Gypsy Wilma Bowen, Miss Miss Stella Scarberrv. Mr. Carl Pack. Luther Bowen, J E. Lore tor. Joan Do vie Ka? Mr Lo [cr Officers Protective Wocdrow Wilson P. T. A. A meeting of the Woodrow’ Wilson parent-teacher association will be held Tuesday evening in the school auditorium. Meet at Randolph Churel; The woman’s auxiliary of the Randolph Street Baptist, church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, in the church. past president; president; Mrs. president; Mrs. vice president; secretarv; Mrs. Social Affair Is Held Mrs. Ben Davidson entertained the members of her club Monday afternoon at her home in Brookland court. The guests were: Mrs. W. B. Parrish, Mrs. E. H. Davis. Mrs. Taylor Reddick. Mrs. Roth Rock. Mrs. Thomas Pringle and Mrs. Dean Rummell. Group Meets Wednesday The business woman’s circle of the Baptist temple will meet at 5:45 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the church. Contributions will be received for the Alice Randall fund. Mrs. C. C. McCoy will be the speaker for the evening.    _ Plan Luncheon Meeting The woman’s auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will hold its January business session at 12:15 o'clock'Wednesday at the church, followed by luncheon at I o'clock. After luncheon the inspirational meeting will be held, directed by Mrs. W. E. R Byrne, secretary of foreign missions* in the auxiliary. Miss Katie Belle Abney will lead the devotional service. A special feature of the program will be moving pictures of one of the foreign mission countries. The special self denial offering for foreign missions will be taken after the program. D. U. V. Has Installation Miss Clara McGloin, past department president of the Daughters of Union Veterans, installed officers of Dorothy Dix tent No. 6, Monday afternoon, at the Y. W. C. A. z\fter the meeting a handkerchief shower was given for Mrs. Lillian Fielder, the retiring president. Those installed are: Mrs. Emma Doris, president: Mrs C. A. Br.ghtwell. senior vice president .Mrs L A Lura, junior vice president; Mrs Alice Hart, chaplain: Mrs. Mary E. Cottrell, patriotic instructor: Mrs. Fanny Dixon, guide; Mrs Della Alien, guard: Mrs. Dallas Evans, assistant guard: Mrs. Lillian Fielder, council member; Miss Clara McGloin. secretary, and color bears Mrs. Aha Crowder. Mis. Edna Dorsey and Mrs. Lillian Wethercll. Entertain Service Class Airs S J. Richard, assisted by Mrs. John C. Quinn. Mrs. Charles Hughes and Mrs J. A. Kraus entertained the Service class of Bream Memorial church. Monday evening, at her home in Washington street. Their guests were:    _    , Mrs. C. W. Hardy. Mrs. J. S. TiirUv, Mic Fred Isaac. Mrs. C. T. Holden. Mrs. A. L. Zerby, Mrs. S. C. Spark es. Mrs. T. H. Campbell. Mrs C. P. Coffey. Mrs. A. T. Mariani. Mrs. Frank Offerman. Mrs. J Eek. Mrs. Harry Hager. Mrs. Bohr, Mrs. L. T. Londeree. Mrs. McGregor.    „ Mrs. C. D. Hughes. Mrs. Mary Mosser. Mrs. John Javins. Mrs. E. L Jarratt, Mrs. F -C. Groff. Mrs. John Sparkcs, Mrs. F-lia Williams. Mrs. Edgar Stalnakcr. Mrs^ A. O Lee. Mrs. E. E. McClure, Mrs. r . J. Kincaid Miss Louise Tanner. Mrs. Emma Beets. Miss Virginia Richard and Miss Ruth Stain aker. M rs. King Is Honored A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Paul King was given Saturday evening by Mrs. O. L. Jarvis at hor home in Park drive. Mrs. King is the former Miss Ocie Tune, of Ripley. The other guests were: Mrs. B. F. King. Mrs. T. H. AlcGov-ran, Mrs. C. C. Meeker. Airs. E. G. Soash. Mrs. Kenneth Pratt. Mrs. Francis Chandler. Airs. Hazel Lynn. Mrs. W. IL Shumate. Airs. Earl Ross, Mrs. R. •S. Hughes. Mrs. Margaret Hastings, Mrs. Charles Richardson. Mrs. W. L. Reynolds. Airs. Ethel Hattington, Airs. AI. W. Cavender, Airs. Clara Faudree. Mrs. J. P. Jones, Airs. Anna Alann. Miss ’ Eileen Jarvis, Miss Elinor McClung. Miss Mabel Alarks. Miss Veda Hogset't, J AI iss Fanny McConkey, Miss Gail ! Lvnn. I St. Luke’s Guild Meets The ladies guild of St. Luke’s F.pis-\ copal church met Monday evening at | the parish house. Plans were made I for a supper to be served from 5:30 to ; 7:30 o’clock Thursday evening. Those present were: Airs. Bruce Bew, Airs. Fred Buchanan, Airs. C. R Calverley, Mrs. C. E. I Campbell. Mrs. William B. Carns. Airs. Wilbur C. Carnes. Airs. Albert Chris-: teller, Airs. David Clear}’, Mrs. J. C. : Despontin. Airs. C. W. Frazier. Airs. W. I C. Hall. Mrs. Elsie Hart. Airs. J. ll j Hilton. Airs. C. W. Kenworthey, Airs. I C. P. Payne, Airs. F. AT. Pile. Mrs. R. I Al. Pitts. Airs. O. ll Pritchett. Airs. I Louis Schultze, Airs. Fred Schultze, ; Mrs. Peter Silman. Airs. B. W. Wake-: man. Airs. W. B. Jordan and Aliss Al. Al. Kenworthey. Official Club Election The official club of tho Blundon Woman’s Relief corps No. fi will elect officers, Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee McCallister, in South Ruffncr. Lincoln Junior P. T. A. The Lincoln junior high school par-cnt-teaeher association will hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Give Birthday Party Air. and Airs. Claude Lucas entertained Saturday evening at their home in Donnally street in honor of the daughter, Genevia Jane, who celebrated her birthday anniversary. Personal Mention Airs street. New York S. Aliner Gallaher, of Quarrier is spending several weeks in Airs*. D. W. Stubblefield, of South Ruffner, left Tuesday for Florida, where she will spend several weeks with her father, Air. H. C. Ogden. Miss Agnes Evans and Miss Elizabeth Evans, of Quarrier street, left Monday for a visit to Augusta, Ga. Airs. drive. York. R. G. Aitizer. of Edgewood is the guest of friends in New Mrs. II. D. Rommel and Miss Laura May Haughwout, of Kanawha street, left Tuesday for Florida where they will spend several weeks. of the Degree of Honor association No. 76 were in-: stalled Monday evening at the Cole building in Seventh avenue, by Airs. May Poling, of Bluefield, state organizer. Those installed are I Airs. J. If. Lake. Mrs J. AL Pennell, Cecil Brown, vice Jess Cook, second Mrs. J. P. Corliss, James Jarvis, treasurer:    Airs.    Jet*- Grinstead. pianist; Airs. Ida Meadows, inner watch; Mrs. A. R. Robertson, outer watch: Mrs. James Jarvis, ush-S er; Mrs. Ralph eldrich, assistant usher: Airs. Ida Meadows,    Mrs.    A.    R. Robertson, Airs Julia Young and Airs. Howard Rice, escort staff. Others present were: I Airs. Etta    Alunn and    Airs.    G.    II. Dunlap, of    Charleston;    Airs.    J.    W. Hammond. Mrs. Henry Bearberry, Airs. W. D.    Hill. Airs. IL S.    Moore and Miss Anna Pennell. All the officers of Circle A of the South Charleston Baptist church were reelected Monday evening during a meeting held at the home of Airs. J. D Lyon. They are: Mrs. Russell Foglesong. chairman; Airs. AI. E. Lore, vice chairman; Mrs I,. C. Via, secretary treasurer; Mrs. W. L. Gwinn, program chairman, aud Airs. K. B. Hailer, social chairman. Mrs. Gwinn taught the lesson, and stones were told by Airs. Lore and Miss Chrystal Meador. Others present were: Mrs. N. S. Schultz, Mrs. J. K Coyner. Mrs. C. E. Martin, Mrs. G. W. Henson, Airs. Earl Engle, Airs. S H. Harrison. Airs. Afton Jackson, Mrs. E. R. Jarrett, Mrs. A. V Wilson, Aliss Idi is Garten, Frances Lore and Jerry Gwinn. Mr. is the her. S. A. Savage, of Norfolk. Va., guest of Air. William Q. Galla- Mrs. Cline White, visiting her mother of Spring Hill. at Hurricane. is I Air. O, S. Anderson, of Lee street ! has gone to Philadelphia to reside. He will be joined biter by Mrs. Anderson j and their son. James. j Mr. and Airs. K. O. Priddy and Airs. If. M. Mariani have returned from Alt, Hope, where they were the guests of . Air. and Mrs. R. F. Condee. Mr. J E. Mandeville, town, is the guest of Alt K. Mandeville. of Alorgan-and Mrs F. Tin Dr. A, J. White is a patient at the Kanawha Valley hospital. Mrs. Alattie Bromberg is seriously ill at her home in Morris street. Miss Virginia Lee is ill at the home of Mr. and Airs. R AI. Pitts, in Woodland avenue. —Approximately a thousand meteorites strike the earth annually, yet there is no positive proof that human life has ever been destroyed by one of them. tim* Are Missing Three persons were reported to the city police Tuesday as missing from their homes. They were: Mary Laird, 15 years old. and Peggy Tompuriton, 16 years old. both of Kingwood, and Daniel Heft, of 80H'z Kanawha street, missing from his home since January 8 The two girls are believed by their parents to be headed for Charleston. Prayer Meetings Hell! Prayer meetings were held daily from Monday through last Friday at the Frist. Baptist church at Nitro. Leaders in charge of each meeting were: Mrs. O. E. Kessler, president of the Mission circle; Mrs. C. II Simpson. Mrs. J. R Peck. Mrs. Phil AI Jenkins and Mrs. J. R. Reynolds, ♦ ♦ • I ♦ i ♦ ♦ I I I ♦ f I I i t i ' I t f i I < :    t i ■ J ♦ • t f '    I i I I I    ■    i ♦ ; J I    •    ? i 0 ;    '■    / 1A * V / I I It ♦ I A i I -1 i, s ♦ V / - J J Are You One of Those Who “I Never Have My House Work Say: Arty Spare Time— Takes All My Time. ” Then Let a CHAMBERS GAS RANGE Give You Leisure Time Each Day! M K. J P. i C. I HOT DOUGH-NUTS EVERY NIGHT Fresh Dough-Nuts fiery day. Home-made Pies, Cinnamon Rolls, Cakes, rte. AVE SPECIALIZE IN BIRTHDAY ( AKES MRS. 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There’s a time-saver for you, and a gas saver, too. # 30 minutes gas cooks a complete meal of meat, vegetables and dessert for 6 people on Retained Heat. a 55 minutes gas cooks a 14-pound turkey on Retained Heat, and gives the most delicious taste to the meat. I Don’t expect to do these remarkable things on ANY OTHER gas range. Only a Chambers Range can accomplish such feats because ONLY a Chambers Range has these EXCLUSIVE features. Present Low Prices on Chamber Ranges Will Advance on February 1st. . . Why Not Act Now and Save? ... A Telephone Call Will Bring You a Demonstration THE DIAMOND Fourth Floor HE DIAMOND A Complete Department Stoic 310-316 Capitol Street ( y I f j * I I II n i I I I f i vt ;