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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1940, Charleston, West Virginia The Charleston Gazelle sunday Marci 17, 1940. Miss Galinsky to wed today to marry David Sheffer in simple ceremony at her Home miss Evelyn Adrienne Galinsky daughter of or. And mrs. Nathan i Galinsky and or. David Sheffer son of or. And mrs. Mosc Sheffer will be married Benenti the traditional Chuppah this morning at her Home at 1515 Dixie Street rabbi Samuel Cooper of the i b Nai Jacob synagogue will read the service at 11 a. M. The Mantle i will be banked with Palms and Spring Flowers. Miss Galinsky who will be unit j tended will Wear an aquamarine dress with Matching jacket trim med with White Appl quod lace Dol Lar and sleeves. Her accessories will be Navy Blue. She will Wear a Corsage of orchids. Will take trip the couple will leave immediately after the ceremony for Cincinnati The Bride will Wear for her travelling costume a Dusty Rose Wool dress with Matching hat Navy Blue j fitted coat and accessories. After their return the couple will reside with her parents who will entertain in their Honor with an open House at 8 p. M. March 24. Miss Galinsky was graduated from Charleston High school and at. Tended Charleston business College and Kanawha College. She is employed in. The License Bureau of the state Road commission and is a member of the Junior Hadassah. Sheffer was graduated from Charleston High school my attended Kanawha College. He is affiliated with the Sterling jewelry com Thompson Hanna wedding party i f i Junior gardeners meet Hillside Junior gardeners group no. 1, met Friday afternoon at the Home of miss Mary Turner in Louden Heights and decorated easter eggs under the instruction of mrs. Harry s. Moore. Members present were mrs. John h. Hatcher jr., counsellor the misses Mary Jane Shepard Evelyn Nelson trances Pritchard Anne Koontz Barbara Edgar Emily Nicholson Olivia Ray Betsy an Derson and Ruth Barton. Or. And mrs. Harry Fremont Hanna who were married saturday March 9, at the Schwamb memorial presbyterian Church Are pictured above with members of their wedding they Are first Row Bettyjo Harrison and Joann Harrison second Row. Left to right mrs. Joseph Godbey miss june Iris Hughart miss Muriel Stevens maid of Honor or. And mrs. Hanna miss Elsie Greene and mrs. Carl. Hann third Row left to right messes. Weldon Rawson Joseph Godbey Albert Hanna Best Man James Arthur jr., Donald Hanna Hansford Glen e. Campbell. Mrs. Hanna is the former miss Lucille May Thomp son. S Glamour girl let us show you our magic Way easter specials personal notes or. And mrs. Stanley c. Morris of Linden Road will leave the mid dle of the week for a visit in Miami Beach. They will be joined there by their daughter miss Mary Lee Morris a student at National Park College who will spend her Spring vacation with her parents. Or. Harry s. Moore of Abney Circle will return tonight from a several weeks visit to Miami Beach and Nassau. Or. And mrs. Philip Ziler of Staunton Avenue will return today from a two weeks visit in Miami Beach. Will arrive Friday to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Robert Burr of 1618 Virginia Street. Miss Cora Frances Board student at West Virginia University will arrive wednesday to spend the easter vacation with her parents or. And mrs. P. T. Board of 2000 Quarrier Street. Or. Bernard c. Board of South Hills will return the latter part of from a business trip to to spend the easter holidays with their parents. Or. James Flynn Macdonald of Kanawha Avenue will return the Middle of the week from a two weeks cruise through the Bahamas. Mrs. Edward i. Goldsmith and Small son left last night for an extended visit in Delray Beach Fla. Or. Goldsmith will join them there about Auril 1. J93.0o Eduardino a j j individual wave f individual wave i other Waves to f if 75o tip shampoo and Finger Boc up and eyebrows Floc up magic Beauty Salon it Capitol Street phone 32-843 mrs. A. Carver of Green Lake wis., a former resident of this City will arrive March 27 to visit or. And mrs. Thomas b. Jackson of Louden Heights. Miss Elizabeth Hubbard of Vir Ginia Street will leave tonight for 1 a visit in new York City where she will be a guest at the Algon Quin hotel. Before returning Home she will spend everal Days in Washington d. Miss Mary Janice Picklesimer a student at Gulf Park College in Gulfport miss., will take the Natchez pilgrimage through the South with several of her class j mates Over the easter weekend. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Hayes Picklesimer of Gross clip Road. Messes. George Stacy and Charles Stacy students at Woodberry for est school Woodberry Forest. Va., arrived last night to spend the holidays with their Mother mrs. Patti h. Stacy of Manor place. Mrs. John Hossler of Virginia Street will return today from a week s business trip in new York City. Or. V. T. Churchman jr., who mrs. Paul Heydrick left yester Day for her Home in ind., after visiting her Mother mrs. Uriah Barnes of sixth Street. Air station Pensacola Fla., will re turn Friday to his Home at 76 Abney Circle he will be accompanied by mrs. Churchman and their daughters the misses Elizabeth and Nancy Churchman who spent the past month in Pensacola. Miss Nancy Kenna a student at the King Smith studio school in Washington d. A. Arrived last night to spend the Spring holidays with her parents judge and mrs. To. N. Kenna. I or. And mrs. John f. Kay of Louden Heights will return today from a visit in new York City. Mrs. Frank Bishop Faulkner of Albright who is visiting her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Paul t. Sheafer of Virginia Street will return wednesday to her Home. Or. David Ralph of Hamilton o., is the guest of or Rodney Esh Elman. Miss Jane Burr a student at Al j Leheny College Meadville mrs. Dorothy Thayer Smith is confined to her Home in roller Road with a broken ankle. Miss Margaret Lynn Lewis a student at Warrenton country school Warrenton va., will leave there wednesday for Charleston s. C., where she will spend the Spring vacation with miss Adele Simons a classmate. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. D. Lewis jr., of Reed. The misses Margaret Louise Jamerson and Betty Sutherland students at Arlington Hall in Washington d. C., will arrive thursday mrs. Isidore May of Kanawha Street returned last night from an she was accompanied by mrs. Gus Keller of Cleveland who will be her guest for several Days. Miss Allen betrothed to p. Vogel or. And mrs. E. E. Allen of 2448 East Washington Street Are announcing today the engagement of their daughter miss Dorothy Hope Allen to or. Charles Philip Vogel son of or. And mrs. P. Vogel sr., of Ronceverte. The wedding will take place at 11 a. M. Friday april 5, at St. John s episcopal Church Rev. H. S. Longley pastor will officiate. Miss Allen is a graduate of Charleston High school and attended Virginia interment College at Bristol a. She was an Active Mem Ber of the boots and Saddle club and the West Virginia club at College. She took part in Bristol horse shows and was awarded the Silver spurs medal last year her father is associated with the Allen company at South Charleston. Or. Vogel attended Concord College where he became a member of Beta Sigma my fraternity and Alpha Psi Omega National honorary fraternity. He is employed by the West Virginia liquor control commis Sion in Charleston. His father is construction Engineer for the Chesa Peake and Ohio Railroad company. After their marriage the couple will take an Eastern motor trip. They will reside in this City. She will be. Accompanied by her sort Noyes Rand a student at the Mcdonough school Mcdonough my. F miss Joyce Roberts of Alloy is the guest of her grandparents or. And mrs. Ruben Hill in Julian. Or. L. P. Anderson left yesterday for Baltimore md., where he will attend the dental Centennial meet ing. Miss Margaret Cason a student at Randolph Macon woman s col lege in Lynchburg va., will arrive tuesday to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. I. Cason of Jackson Street. Or. David Giltinan jr., a student at Lawrenceville school Lawrence Ville n. J., will arrive today to spend the easter vacation with his parents or and mrs. D. M. Gilt Nan of Virginia Street. Miss Gertrude Johnson who at tends St. Catherine s school in Rich mond va., will arrive saturday to spend the holidays with parents or. And mrs. William r. Johnson of South Hills. Miss Dorothy Bowne Smith and miss Adeline Jones students at the Shipley school in Bryn mawr pa., will arrive Friday to spend the Spring vacation with their parents. Or. And mrs. A. M. Rosenblatt of Edgewood drive returned Friday night from a visit to Chicago. Ann Lewis repeat Sale monday our exclusive Money saving event Spring Coats regular 12.99 dressmaker Coats Deposit your Oak Reserve election on la Yaw a plan until you Are re nov to Wear it. Don t miss values tomorrow stunning dressmaker models fitted reefers Box Coats wills and Wool crepes Black and Navy. Sizes 10 to 20 and 38 to 44. Extraordinary values repealed on the Brink of Eastern were fortunate indeed to secure More of these fashion headliners which we again offer you at this sensational Low Price. Be Early tomorrow Here s your easter coat for Only Ann Lewis 210 Capitol Street or. And mrs. Andrew s. Thomas jr., of Kanawha Street Are spending j the weekend at Hickory Lodge near hot Springs a. Or. And mrs. H. Wick jr., of Kanawha Street have returned from a visit to Pittsburgh. Mrs. Clarence Herndon of my Clung Street has returned from a two weeks visit with her Mother mrs. Robert Lee Cutts in Chase City a. Or. And mrs. Max Lewis of 1410 East Washington Street have As their weekend guests their Law and daughter or. And mrs. Walter Deutsch of Cincinnati. Mrs. Deutsch is the former miss Helen Tyce Lewis whose marriage took place March 3 at Lexington by. Or. And mrs. Lewis Price of 403 Columbia Avenue left last week for Miami Beach where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. Price s Robert Brawley will join them next week and the party will visit in Palm Beach. Miss Faith Keely is critically ill at her Home in London Heights. Or. Moseley l. Putney will re turn today to his Home in Louis Ville after a Short visit with his Mother mrs. A. M. Putney of Kanawha two mile. Appeal to belligerents to keep War away from americas the misses Peggy Thayer and Beverly Broun students at St. J Anne s school in Charlottesville va., Are spending the Spring holi Days with their parents or. And mrs. G. T. Thayer jr., and or. And mrs. Beverly Broun. Or. And mrs. Carl g. Irish will return today to their Home in Pitts Burgh after a visit with or. And mrs. Paul Engle of Washington Street. Mrs. Charles e. Hamilton jr., and infant son left the Kanawha Ley Hospital yesterday for their Home in South Ruffner. Mrs. Plus will return the Middle of the week from a visit to new York City and Baltimore my. Washington March the 21 american nations unanimously protested to great Britain today against the sinking of a Ger Man freighter in brazilian Waters and once More appealed to belligerents to keep the War away from the american neutrality zone. The protest made Public today by the state department resulted from scuttling of the Ger Man freighter Kakama off the brazilian coast on feb. 12 after it had been intercepted by British warships. The protest was submitted to the British government by president Augusto Boyd of Panama. It re j iterated the desires of american a j tons that the War be kept away from the Waters which the Mcclara j Tion of Panama contemplated pre service for the Pacific use of inter j Continental you la stagger the Stag line on easter if you re Annette attired dresses for sports afternoon Street dinner formal bags costume jewelry Annette s two of eight Dickinson Street dial 37-811 miss Annette mrs Viek Spencer will give program at Parkersburg miss Sara Spencer will leave tuesday for Parkersburg she will give a monologue performance of the play Quality by sir James Barrie under the auspices of the Kersburg Branch of the Ameri can association of University women. Miss Spencer will be the guest of miss Elizabeth Wolfe and will be entertained at a Tea tuesday afternoon. She will advise members of the Parkersburg Junior league on the establish ment of a children s theater there. Grocers get charter Charleston merchants form county association the Kanawha county association of retail grocers with offices in the Peoples Bank building was issued a charter yesterday by the Secretary of state. The non profit organization was incorporated by George w. King m. Turley Lytton w. O. Harrison Randall w. Warden l. E. Harrah g. Paul Londeree m. Phillips and Jake r. Mcclure All of Charleston. A charter was issued also to Mader company Wheeling general merchandising concern with authorized capital of and paid in. Incorporate of were William h. Mader Myrtle b. Mader Harry a. Jacobs Dorothy Jacobs and Frances Davis. Visiting Day set Bigley school will observe visiting Day wednesday from 1 to 3 p. M. Tea will be served by the Home room mothers. Or. And mrs. David m. Giltinan of Virginia Street left yesterday by plane for new Orleans and will return the latter part of the week j 21 nations protest violation of zone de Valera greets Irish in America Dublin Eire March sunday an a peal for Irish Union prime min ister Eamon de Valera today sent this message to the people of America we Greet All our Kinfolk in the u. S. On this St. Patrick s Day. The Union of Irish hearts everywhere today Points the Way to that Union of Irish territory which is the objective of an overwhelming majority of our people Here at bids asked on three Highway jobs Bridge the Road commission called for bids yesterday on three Highway projects and a Bridge construction Job having an estimated Cost of bids will be opened april 2. The projects sewers on u. S. 60 at South Charleston from c Street to the Kanawha River. Wetzel route 20, eliminate two Grade Crossings and novel to be discussed John Steinbeck s grapes of Wrath will be discussed by rabbi Ariel Goldburg at the Virginia Street Temple at 11 a. M. Today. Take traffic from two others Relo cation 1.096 Miles Pine Grove Hast Ings. S. 50, Grade Drain con Crete paving and guard rails for 5.095 Miles Parkersburg Murphy town. Drain Road mix surface and build bran wine Bridge approaches u. S. 33. On dark frocks of the new f s u my Woven with Rayon men beware when women Wear frocks like these. Provocative while against dark mesh your shoulders gleaming softly through. Yvette s imaginative combination As seen in Vogue frock and companion coat costume. Peter Collar of lace the coat May Drift free or Button for a slim fitted line. Young Bolero frock with a Beautiful Collar of Venice lace on pique outside the jacket. 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