Herbert S. Boreman connected to Herbert Queen Case
of dollar He Miss GOVERNORS FOR SCHOOL CHOSEN Miss French, Sibert and Boreman Named by to Complete Board Governor Kump has appointed Cleveland McSherry Seibert, of Mar- tmsburg; Herbert S. Boreman, of Parlcersburg, and Miss Harriet French, of Bluefteld, as members of the Virginia university board of governors. governors. Mr. Seibert, a Democrat, succeeds himself as member at large for a ending June 30, 1937. Mr. Boreman, a Republican, succeeds succeeds Miss Gertrude Roberts, of Huntington, whose term expired June 30. He is the fourth congressional district representative on the boaid. His term ends June 30, 1937. Miss French, a Democrat, succeeds Hugh Ike Shott, Jr., of Bluefleid, a Republican, as fifth district representative. representative. She is an attorney and daughter of former State Senator D. E. French. Mr. Shott was appointed minority member of the West Virginia board of aeronautics The terms of other members of board of governors have not expired. Together with Miss French and Mr. Seibert, the Democratic members are Edward Grandison Smith, of Clarksburg, Clarksburg, president, representative from the third district, and Arthur B. Koontz, of Charleston, from the sixth district. In addition to Mr. Boreman, the Republican members are D. A. Burt, of Wheeling, from the first district, and Frank H. Babb, of Keyser, from the second district.