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Gal- was olemn- ^ a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wtlburn. Homer Warnick, Baltimore, vlsjt- were Mesdamts Anna Mcliityre, M_me Shank, Oltve Sowers, Oer- tructe Burre!t, Georaia Shore. mother, Mrs, Birdie Warnick.|Marjorie Campbell, Amanda Mosser', KEYSER Keyser, Feb. 1. Mr.-.. Frank Kimmell has been appointed chairman of the war re- lief production commiitee of the Red Cross in plate of Mrs. Fraulclin Grace Evans and Maude Knotts. E Co °V«r, injured in an automobile the ' f n d Prank M. Mauzy Grant3-| service committee to succeed Sails- \ *·*· Springer, called to active ser- p)ay-j i t e in u - s - Army, here The Young Republican Club will THOMAS Thomas, W. Va., Feb. 7. The Brownie Girl Scouts met Tuesday night. The scouts have commenced on a movie picture project and some of the girls have written stories and drawn pictures Tor the moving pictures. Attending the meeting' were their leader. Miss report the Young Republican national convention in DCS Molnes, Iowa, week. February Division, W. S. C. S., Methodist Church, will meet - K . Drane . Circ i e No . 4 Ph u athe a {o, BSS wH , meet wWl Mrs . w _ w . . _ . Circle No. H with Mrs- . A . M lvler and clrc]e Ko p r e s e n t y n)ght . w i t h Mrs . B n: Mon- Brootne, The Uotis Club met last night ai the Blue Jay, New Cre«k Drive. The Yotirig Democrat Club held' a cocktail party last night at the ?if?r. preceding the President's Ball. Thirty couples were present, Women's Auxiliary, Presbyterian Church, will serve supper at 6 o'clock today for the members of the auxiliary and congregation, lol- a review of the mission study book, "Sent From God." F. Washington's Birthday will be Mrs. Mrs. by Potomac Valley Chap- ter. D. A, a.. Saturday afternoon and night, February 22, with a colonial silver tea at the home of Miss Pauline Gelwkks. Cresap Chapter, Cumberland, Blackwatcr Fails Chapter. Davis, and the South Branch Valley Chapter, Franklin, Petersburg, Moorefleld nnd Romney, have been invited. Antiques and heirlooms will be displayed nnd a silver ofTerin^ will be taken. Mr. and Mrs. James Weaver, Zane.sville, Ohio, were guests of Miss-Daisy Lowry. Mrs. Harriet Hutchinson is ill at the home of her BOO, Frank D. Hutchinson, Bronxville, New York, where she is visiting. W. Dayton, clerk of the Cir- Martin Keller Ls visiting his sis-) ter, Mrs. R. L, Codtre, Piedmont. Wilma Lea Arnold, Mary Marjorie Cocn. Sharon Yeager, Wilda Arnold, Betty Ponikvar, Betty Lee Carr, Rosalie Carr. Ainy Michael and Mary Susan Yeager. Mrs. Harry E. Phillips enter- tained the Wesley an Society of the Methodist church Wednesday night. Attending were Mesdames John J. Psc, Marie Chenoweth, John c Thompson, Clyde G. Hamrick and J. C. Shaffer and Misses Margaret Phillips and Clemence Pase. Mrs. Andrew N. Haslett, Fairmont, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R, Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers, who visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dawson, returned to Moundsville. W. Va. Rev. Julius Becker, who was here during the absence of Rev. F. A. Spiiiar. returned to Pittsburgh, Thursday. Mary Elizabeth Cuppett was home from West Virginia University. Miss Mary Del Signore is the guest of Mrs. Harry Workman, C!arksburg. Arthur B. Stewart, Baltimore, president of the Davis Coal and Coke company, was a business vis- itor. Miss Jane Marshall is home from Wesleynn College, Buckhannon. spon- j c u i t Court; seriously ill since June, was taken to Mt. Alto Hospital, i M , isses Eloi£e Washington. MT. SAVAGE Mt. Savage, Feb. 7. Entertained Hi-Y Club Misses Mildred McKenzie, Olive Martin and Georgianna Neder were hostesses to the Mt. Savage Hi-Y club with a Valentine party Tuesday night at the home of Miss Neder. Entertainment was furnished by bertson, Peggie iO'Rourke, Virginia Morm and Bet- Mr, and Mrs. Vincent O'Conner' ty Ann Grahanl ' | are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. London Dcnnison, Princeton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell, La Vale, are guests of the latter's par- . Mesdames Guests included Misses Dorothea Dorman, Marie Crump, Eleanor Dorman, Mary Bridges, Marianna Trimble, Marguerite Crump, Helen Werner, Leona Green, Isabel Adams, Howard Dixon. « , ,, . « « Folk, Jane Vo«lor will leave to-l^fW?* Witte, Helen Schelbe, Vlr- i Mlddletown, N. Y. returned Hartmomville. - i tnorrow to v «it » New York City ginm Lashle - v ' -Naomi Hutzel and ' · - ..... -- - from by Festus Smith, Clarksburg, i s here. KFTZMILLER Kitzmlller, Feb. 7. The Woman's Auxiliary of the! Presbyterian church held their i final meeting- or the mission study present j were Rev. A. s. dear, Mesdaoies So-[Olive Pritts, Henry Evans, John Ruth Pinzel. Miss Leona Green will be next hostess. SI. Patrick'* Services Sacred Heart devotions and Ben- ediction of the Most Blessed Bacra- ment will be held at St. Patrick's In is Bishop, Hattie Ball, Claude D. Mc- Itityre, Joseph Campbell, Lenh Hart, j Miss-is Elva May Dean. Jackie Bur- · rell. Betsy Markley, Dixie BurreU ShadelDolly Burrcll, Carol Kart, John and Hart I held! have j a quilting party in the fireman's! Wedne.sdnj' nftecnoon. Present i DANCE Round and Square NEW COMB'S Burlington, W. Va. Every Saturday Night- Go Where the Crowd Goes Ladies 15c Gentlemen Z5c

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 07 Feb 1941, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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