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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, Charleston, West Virginia 22 miss Baier has dance mrs. Lory assistant hostess at affair Friday night miss Thelma Jean Baier entertained with a St. Patrick s dance Friday night at the West Side woman s club. Mrs. Chris Lory was assistant hostess. Music was furnished by Basil Arthur and his or Chestra. The Charleston Gazelle sunday March 17, 1940. Week s club Calendar it. Hope girl weds Clendenin couple weds _ miss Kathleen Morton or. R. H. Dollman j Are married j in a ceremony Friday Ning at the Calvary Baptist Church miss Anna kathleen1 Morton daughter of or. And about 100 attend Ger were or. And mrs. Robert Dickinson or. And mrs. Hugh Alli son or. And mrs. Harry Morris or. And mrs. Melvin Price or. And mrs. Charles Barkstrom or. And mrs. L. K. Hammock or. And mrs. M. Franklin or. And mrs. Clock Franklin or. And mrs. J. Franklin or. And mrs. G. L. Casey mrs. Bertha Barnes mrs. Marie Judy. The misses Lottie Miller Ella Dickinson Pauline Summers Vir Ginia Nichols Violet Burdette Ruth Morris Bessie Davis Betty Hood Dorothy Lee Holmes Katherine Baier Dorothy but Aux. Myrtle Reed Ruth Barnes Mary Wallace Maxine Litton Virginia Hanshaw Janet Hanshaw Genevieve Melton Thelma Melton Norma Jean cell. Hope Gertrude o Dell Mildred Rogers Geraldine Casto Mary Mcmillan june Price Patri Cia Owens. Jane Meador Jane Moh Ler Irene Waddell Jenn Gunn Martha Austin Laura Casdorph Jane Wilson and Ethel Fisher. Messes. Chris Lory Keith West. Lowis Withrow Owen e. Price jr., Walter s. Do Sori Dana Summers. Bob Hill John e. Wollenhaupt h. E. Brown Milward Bishop Charles Stanley. Homer Sidebottom. Robert Dickinson jr., l. A. Field or. Charles Temple. Gene Temple. Joe Frazier Russell Brindle John f. Hann Iris Ourn Charles Oren Kearse Bill Matthews. Wil Liam Wallace Paul Cassis Ken Rol Lins Woodrow oxalis Rex l. Repass w. G. Young a s. E. Adkins Abie Hager Louise Withrow Clarence Hager. Or. Bill Hager. Pearl Lory Joe Hunt Barton Mallory. Jim Slack Harold Mace Bob Goodwin and Joe Sethlo. Will talk on Shaw knee Garden club will meet at a. M. At the Home of mrs. Rob Ert Hyde in 26th Street. Mrs. G. H. Moore and mrs. Talmadge Nichols will report on the Kanawha county Garden school held recently civics department will meeting at 1 p. M. At the woman s j club with mrs. W. T. Eisensmith and mrs. U. G. Mcclure As hostesses. Or. Thomas Homer principal of the High school will speak on the program of secondary education in Benjamin Isaac a Hig ii school student will sing without a and god bless accompanied by mrs. Preston Wilson. I Bomont Garden club will meet at 2 p. M. At the Home of mrs. Carl l j Davis in Edge Wood drive. Art department will meet at 3 p. M. At the woman s club with or. Ladis Las Segoe planning Engineer As guest speaker. River Valley Garden club ill meet at p. M. At the Home of mrs i j a. Tierney jr., in Virginia Avenue. Mrs. R. E. Dixon will talk on i study of Early seed sowing in and mrs. R. E. Baker on Spring division of drama group of the Paauw will have final meeting at 8 p. M. At the a Cav under the leadership of mrs. Alfred Downs. Broadway is will be the subject of discussion. Music group of the Paauw will meet at 4 p. M. At the Home of miss i it.tslntfit8 _ _i___3__ a i j i _ monday Charleston chapter to. 151, United daughters of the confederacy will meet at 3 p. M. At the Home of mrs. John Bradford Ruby in Quarrier Street. Mrs. R. H. Martin will read a paper on the life and poems of Sidney a Georgia poet. Alpha Delta chapter of the Delanian society will meet at 1 p. M at the Home of mrs. Laura Heflin in Lee Street. The topic for discussion Henry Wadsworth Longfellow first american will be led by mrs. H. Webb Angell 1 j tuesday 1935 department will have covered dish luncheon at 1 p. M. At the Wom an s club with mrs. Foster Casto in charge of arrangements Aurora Delphian chapter will meet at 2 p. M. At the Daniel Boone hotel with mrs. K. Mcgregor As Leader. Consumer s a ovations study group of the Paauw will meet at 2 p m at bile Nordstrom Wagner and or. Mary deck j mrs. Rupee t r. Morton of wednesday j mount Hopfe became the Bride Boushelle Garden club will meet at 10 a. M. At the Home of mrs. A. J Ralph h. Dollman son i Avenue. Mrs. H. P. Musser guest speaker j of or. And mrs. W. E. Dollman of 16 Kanawha Boulevard. Rev. Honts officiates Rev. A l. Honts officiated. The service was read at 8 p. M. Miss Mary Frances Dollman sister of the bridegroom Sang i love you truly of Promise accompanied by miss Virginia sons organist. The traditional marches were played for processional and recessional. Vases of Spring Flowers in pastel shades were placed on the altar which was banked with Palms and lighted by White tapers. The Bride wore a Navy Blue Street length frock trimmed with White lace and Pearl buttons. Her accessories Navy and White and she wore a corded Woolen fitted coat. Pink orchids and lilies of the a or if of nit ii Ute til miss r coat a Rhirie Uirl 1h is ave nut a study Strauss and i music. Kanawha country club will have ladies Day luncheon at 1 p. M. At the clubhouse followed by Bridge and other tames. Reservations May be made at the clubhouse. Friday West Side woman s club will have general meeting at p m at the clubhouse. Mrs. George w. Mcalpin will speak on miss Edith Hill Brigode accordionist will play. Hostesses will be mesdames cha3rman w o Dell d. A. O Dell j. E. Blackwell and d. To. Withrow. Mrs. Orville Hackney president has called a Board meeting at 1 p. M. Kilowatt club will give a dance from 10 p. M. To 1 at the Elk s club for members and friends. Music will be furnished by Bill Garten s orchestra. On Henry Wadsworth Longfellow j first american j mrs. H. D. Anderson and mrs. R. I b. Blubaugh will discuss a fortunate youth and Young Man i a. For mrs. R. S. Groves Delphian group to meet Alpha Delta chapter of the Del Chian society will meet at 1 p. M. Tomorrow the Home of mrs. Laura Heflin in Lee Street. Mrs. H. Lead a discussion mrs. H. L. Duncan a song Between the mrs. H. M. Smith and mrs. W. L. Hardesty a i College professor s and mrs. Heflin and mrs. Harry s. Moore the parapet of mrs. David e. Matthews of Vir Ginia Street will leave tomorrow for a 10 Days visit with her son 1 in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Clarence b. Peck or. Mrs. Cecil Murrey and miss Dor Othy theiling gave a miscellaneous Shower Friday night at the tally to complimenting mrs r s Groves. were mesdames Frank marbles Harold Litton. F. C starch or j. Arnold Dillon Carolyn Teson Wayburn Surbaugh Harry c. Young William e. Lee. William o. L. Hiserman Esther Hardman smart new scarfs and jewelry newest styles y16 ens Embling specialists Quality merchandise sensibly priced conker Lee and Hale smart new and Laco blouses very Chic on the Avenue of fashion this easter morn. Be Many smart and Beautiful women., some expensively gowned others just As smart but less expensively attired in Frederick fashions the shop specializing in Complete ens Embling. Coat fashions a your coat is the Basic foundation for your easter wardrobe. Here at Frederick s we Are tops in the smart Spring coat fashions of the finest mate rials by Forstmann Julliard botany and Walthers plaids checks Stripe and Plain wills. Colors first then Black and All other Good colors. Sizes 10 to 50. Price upward Redin Gote and costume ensembles Are the last word in Wool and silk very moderate prices. 9 95 jl4yr up upward Junior and miss easter fashions really Here at Frederick s we feature smart fashions for the Young dresses suits sizes 9 to 17, and 10 to 20. Sensible Young fashions for larger women jacket d r k s s e a Redin Golfi stylus and. One-p1eok affairs in smart prints and sheer crepes. Sizes 1g-2 to 2s-2, also 36 to 50 arid 40-2 to 50-2. Price to see our Chic hats miss Martha Moyner maid of Honor was attired in a Navy Blue dress Navy coat trimmed with White lace Collar and cuffs and Matching accessories. Her Flowers were Gardenias. Or. Duffield Best Man or. J. D. Duffield was Best Man Ushers were messes. Okey Goff Howard Kelly and Robert Moore. The couple left after the Cere Mony on a trip to Washington d. C., Boston new York and other Eastern cities. They will reside at 310 Delaware Avenue. Mrs. Dollman is a graduate of Fayetteville High school and the Mcmillan Hospital nursing school. Her husband is a graduated of Charleston High school and attended Kanawha College. He is a Mem Ber of the elks club and is employed by the Standard Oil company miss Laura Dixon weds in Kentucky or. And mrs. F. W. Dixon of Lea Street have announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Laura Dixon to or. J. H. Hallahan son of mrs. Edward Lee Hallahan of i South Charleston and the late or Rev. Arden p. Keyser read the ceremony on March 8 in Catlettsburg by. The Bride wore a Black and Aqua Chiffon frock Black accessories and a shoulder bouquet of Gardenias. Immediately after the ceremony or. And mrs. Hallahan left for a wedding trip to Pittsburgh pa., and on their return will reside in Lee Street. Or. Hallahan is employed by the Carbide and Carbon chemicals corporation in South Charleston. Adkins Snodgrass marriage revealed j or. And mrs. L. R. Adkins of Oakwood Road South Hills have t announced the marriage of their daughter miss Helen Amelia and 1 to or. Robert Russell Snow grass of Marmet. The marriage ceremony was read by Rev. Arlen p. Keyser Metho dist minister feb. 23, at Catlettsburg by. They were attended by miss Nell Snodgrass and or. Vas Sel Snodgrass. The Bride is employed by the Owens Illinois Glass company at Kanawha City and or. Snodgrass is employed by the e. I. Dupont de Nemours and company at Belle. Or. And mrs. Snodgrass Are residing at Marmet. It mrs. Charles a. Grayam the former miss Virginia daughter of or. And mrs. Harry of Clendenin was married feb. 28 at ky., to the son of or. And mrs. L. Grayam of Clendenin. The couple will reside in Clendenin. _ Delta Gamma alumnae gives club luncheon miss Frist feted mrs. Helen Virginia Frist enter. Tamed yesterday afternoon at her Home in Piedmont Road with a i birthday party for her daughter Laura Virginia guests were the misses Mary Ann Harr Sylvia skeens Loraine Jack i son Betty Kender Bernice Welch Delores Mcneer Edith Nutter Doris i Taylor Barbara Pierce Nancy Lucas Betty Fain Colleen Lucas i Margaret Breeden Marline Lucas Betty Wehrle maty Johnson and Anna Mae Lipscomb messes. Ber Nard Taylor Arthur Breeden or i Billy Lucas buddy Fain Raymond Postlewait and Ralph Barnhart or birthday party held for Frieda Jarrett or. And mrs. D. L. Jarrett gave a birthday party Friday night at their Home at 119 Fayette Street Lor their daughter Frieda. Music for dancing was furnished by Fred Hodge s string band. Guests were or. And mrs. Earl Cain the misses Sada Kelly Lesta Eastman. Jerry Clements Flora to Ley Shirley Jarrett or. And mrs. Dana c. Jarrett. Or. And mrs. Wil Bur Hardwick messes. Ceril Chap Man h. Wilson Claud Newman m. P. Stump Harry Thompson Willard. Robert Jarrett Fred mor ton Edward Hodge Gene Boley Henry Kalle Harold Jarrett and Billy Jarrett. Mrs. Hinerman is speaker event celebrates founders Day school Days was the theme of a founders Day luncheon Given by the Delta Gamma alumnae association yesterday afternoon at the Charleston woman s club. A color scheme of Pink Bronze and Blue the sorority colors was carried out in the decorations. Mrs. John o. Kizer was Toast mistress and miss Betty Riffe was program chairman. Principal speaker mrs. Chauncey Hinerman of Cameron whose subject was woman of to key noting her address was the statement that woman s great est duty to uphold the High and Noble ideals of democracy. Systems of government she said have undergone great changes Dur ing the past 50 years but none is so great As the advancement of Wom an s position in social and business Fields. Opportunities rather than women themselves have brought about the change. The remaining j barriers Are largely a matter of psychology and custom she said and not of Law. Candlelight service held included on the program was a candlelight service and the singing of sorority songs. Mrs Charles Case jr., president and mrs. Bir Ney Wright former president also spoke briefly. Present were Mes dams Charles Barnett of Clay j Sidney goad of Clendenin Star Ling Miller of Ravenswood m. A Carrico j. Fletcher Paul Kautz John Kizer Allen Carter r. S. Shoup Harold Schaffner Rob Ert Jackson the misses Barbara Wolfe and Betty Jean Wolfe of Cedar Grove Eleanor Meadows and Frances Plumley of Hinton Juli Anna Claypool and Janice Champe of Montgomery Marjorie skid More Evelyn Carskaden Kathryn Skidmore Virginia Carper and bet Tyriffe. Witolia Biu Ford Evelyn Taylor Virginia Wintz Grace Solter Nell Morris for Merly of font s and Guyce Phillips formerly of Mon i s invited of to get your easter hair do at Bennett s know a Waves aka tiring the Vas re latest hair stalks machine Waves Miu Hin Oless Oil Waves to to shampoo Finger wave and Lustre rinse. .50c Complete Beauty service Bennett s Beauty shop 614 Lee Street phone 21-515 Wear with by appointment i93o 1936 Dar Page mrs. Paul t. Sheafer Virginia Street will serve As Fiagle at the Continental con Gress of the daughters of tha american revolution to be held in up Ashington a. Farril 15-20. She Mas Afi Foint de by mrs. Cyrus w. Hall sr., Regent of the John Young chapter. Gazette photo Lorraino Wool crepe suit designed in collaboration with a. J. Izod famous English creator who furnishes Sporl Wear by appointment to the former Prince of Wales and to Duchess of Kent. You won t be going to eng land this Spring so we bring these authentic izod de signed american made sports clothes to you we Are proud to sponsor these exclusive styles that Aro available in the most exciting colors you be Ever seen jackets Skirls and blouses Are sold separately so you con mix them or match them in suit your fancy. Peppermint dust Pink con yellow Dusty Blue Moonstone bide Ami Fulcan . tailored lotto no Wool crepe Cardi Gan with Roomy Oal Cri poc Teli moshing Lorroine Wool with Pilch Short Rayon twill in Lucky hone i How print. Long . Bouie Wilh Mcm Loilo Ted curl in similar print. Marching Lurl of Rayon twill with Quad her lit Hole St. Portioned smooth As a Shadow almost Aub shoe Salon eight eleven Quarrier

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