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Charleston Gazette Newspaper Archives Mar 17 1940, Page 3

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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, Charleston, West Virginia The Charleston Gazette sunday March 17, 1940. Tea will Aid Library fund thirteen women s organizations in the City have joined forces in promoting a Bene fit Silver Tea for the Morris Harvey College Library fund from 3 until 5 p. M. Saturday March 30, at the executive mansion. Mrs Robert Childers represent ing the american association of University women is general chairman of the affair. Other organizations and their represent lives who Aro pictured on Tho front Page today arc woman s club mrs. Stanley c. Morris Junior Ilandas Sah miss Frances Rosenthal and miss Nan Denner Dorothy Hood club miss Lucille Marshall West j Side woman s club mrs. Orville i Hackney Paauw. Mrs. R. S. Clel j and and mrs. W. L. Hawks Junior i league mrs. Hugh Thompson and i mrs. Harry v. Campbell Pilot club mrs. Virginia Barnes and miss Ann Emich Glenwood Story tellers and the Delphian society mrs. K. Mcgregor Sigma Iota Chi mrs. W. waiters or. Business and professional women s club mrs. W. E. Haddon and miss Faith Kessel quota club mrs. Grace Austin and Kathryn Droullard pan Hel Lenic miss Mildred Hadden. Sojourn tiers in Bermuda his parents or. And mrs. J. B. Quarrier Street. She will have As Hunt of 311 Berkeley Street will her guest miss Margaret Ranson of . Mrs. Legg returned last week from Palm Beach where she return to his studios tomorrow. I Vlf m in k k t i m my Cim person Carper Orche Stra miss Betty Caroline Legg. Stu i spent several months. Dent at Sullins College Bristol va., will arrive thursday to spend the _ easter holidays with her parents tends Gunston Hall in Washington or. And mrs. Vincent Legg of 1624 d. C., is spending the holidays with miss Rebecca Morgan who at her parents or. And mrs. John t. Morgan of Quarrier Street. Miss Shirley Haight of Staunton Avenue is visiting miss Rosalie o Neale a student at West Virginia University Morgantown. She will accompany miss o Neale and her brother or. John Haight to Charleston thursday for the easter recess. Miss Anne Thayer a student at Ashley Hall in Charleston s. C., will leave there wednesday for Charlotte. N. C., where she will spend easter with her Roommate miss Joyce Fitzsi Rimonys. Miss Edith , standing is shown taking a snapshot of miss Margaret Morton seated left and miss Mary Watson Koontz outside Mizzen Tofi a guest House in Bermuda inhere they Are vacationing. They will sail from there tuesday returning Home the last of the week. V i t s easter dance sat., mar. 23rd chs auditorium dancing 9 til Price plus tax tickets on Sale it Galperin a Potter Feltl g and College drug Montgomery. Potterfield s tables open House to be held for mrs. D. S. Cochran mrs. G. D. West and mrs. Emma j. Settle will have open House from 1 until 4 p. M. Today at the for Mer s Home at 224 Mitchell Street Dunbar in Honor of their Mother mrs. Dorothy Savage Cochran of Crescent Road on her 71st birthday. I Belle club names officers mrs. Crawford Reppert was elected president of the Belle Garden j club Friday afternoon at the Home j i of mrs. Joseph Gregg. Other of i filers Are mrs. W. Hammond vice president mrs. Ernest Jensen Secretary and mrs. H. P. Rutroff treasurer. Following the business meeting i members made a tour of the j Charleston Cut Flower Green House i those present were mesdames r. J v. Dannehl. F. Corder c. W. I Hammond Crawford Reppert h. P. J Rutroff Morton Woodworth and Dale monday. Visitors Here Legani half size for Short women mrs. Edwin Shepherd and infant daughter Lillian Ruth Shepherd of new York City shown above and or. Shepherd of new York City Are guests of his parents. Or. And mrs. W. S. Shepherd of Ruffner Avenue. Dry Shepherd will leave saturday for Washington d. C., where he will a tend several Days while his and daughter will return Koine March 30. G Gazette photo personal notes private Arch Fine jr., who has i been visiting his parents or. And i mrs. Arch Fine of Alloy during a 10-Day furlough will return to Morrow to Paris Island s. C., from where he will sail for Hawaii april 5. Mrs. F. D. Bowditch of Urbana i 111., is visiting her son and Daugh Ter in Law or. And mrs. L. J. Bow ditch of the Riverview Terrace apartments. Mrs. Eston Stephenson jr., will return tonight from a two weeks visit in Charlottesville and Harri Sonburg. Va., where she attended the Homecoming at Madison col lege. Tute Blacksburg va., is spending the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. J. A Nicholas of Central Avenue. Don t you feel taller Mother in your new half size Legant i do in i certainly so comfortable and i be Tost that dumpy half size be cant for Shorter women who Wear half size dresses tends a definite illusion of length to the figure. Like ail Gants it is different for it has Tho Comfort of elastic with the control of cloth. Won t ride up. Half size and other be Gants to for illustrated for figure Beauty . . The Wartur Brothers co., Bridgeport Conn. In Canada parisian Corset mfg.ico., lid. Quebec mrs. I. B. Foster a patient in the Kanawha Valley Hospital will re turn today to her Home in Burlew Street. Or. Felix Jordan who has been ill of influenza is convalescing at his Home at 305 Pennsylvania ave nue miss Genevieve Crane is ill of influenza at her Home at 114 West Washington Street. Or. W. E. Whitman jr., of 1038 Bridge Road has received word of the serious illness of his father or. W. E. Whiteman sr., who is suffer ing from a heart attack and pneumonia at the Mound Park Hospital St. Petersburg Fla. Mrs. Robert h. Kay of Circle drive and mrs. Virginia Pollock of Pennsylvania Avenue Are vacation i ing in St. Petersburg. They were j accompanied by mrs. John Kay of Southside. Mrs. W. F. Harless of Madison and miss Pat Hainer of Clarksburg messes. Dewitt Gallaher Iii Edwin a. Barnes ii and Charles Ca Bell Brooks students at the Mcdonough school Mcdonough md., will arrive thursday to spend the easter holidays with their parents. Or. Joseph Finerty who attends St. Fidelis Seminary in Herman. Pa., will arrive wednesday to spend the holidays with his parents or. And mrs. Martin Finerty of Brooks Street. Or. Judson d. Nicholas jr., Stu j Dent at Virginia polytechnic inst i or. J. W. Dixon of 957 Ridgemont Road is attending the dental Cen Tenary Celebration at Baltimore. He will return next monday. Or. Andrew Calderwood jr., a student at West Virginia univer i sity will arrive wednesday to j spend the easter holidays with his j parents or. And mrs. Andrew Cal Derwood. Sr., of 1118 Lee Street. Or. William r. Keller student at Ohio state University who has been visiting his parents or. And mrs. A. Keller of South Ruffner will leave today on a midwestern trip. Mrs. J. D. 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