Bluefield Daily Telegraph from Bluefield, West Virginia on April 5, 1931 · Page 18
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?ACES1X •* BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, Bluefield. W. Va. Sunday Morning, April 5, 1931 Cast Entertained POUOWIHK the Bresenlatlon ot Ihfi may, "The Wild Oats Boy." itlven hy the Christian Endeavor society ot the First Presbyterian church Friday eTenlne at Beaver high school audttorlum menlberB of the cast and assistants were entertained with a charmlUK Informal oarty at the home Of Miss Mary Randolph Phelpe. Final Rehearsal Of Cantata mcellnK was closed with prayer by Mrs. W. H. Thomnson. Durlne the social hour, the hos- tSfis served a ten^ntins: salad plate. Program At Midway Pre-Easter Services This evening at 7:30, a beautiful Eafiter program will be presented, under the direction of Mrs. James Stott, at Midway Christian church, after which there will be a sermon by the pastor, the Itov. W. M. Jones. The preliminary program Is as fol- With the final rehearsal of chorusi lows: aridand orchestra this afternoon all| "I 'OW In tho Grave He I^y," cnn- tho details incident to a thoroufih i grcgatlon. The Rev. W. M. Jones has been en- Raged in pre-Easler services at Caifeo's cbopcl tlit; i;ast weeic. The scrviccfl will cl (i»3 today at 11, with a decision period. A delegation from Midway Christian church, of which tlie Rev. Mr. Jones is pastor, attended the services Thursday cvc- nlng. Ladies' Aid preparation of George B. Nevln's cantata, "The Crucified," will be worked out in lino shape, so that the audience that is expected to throng Bland Street Methodist church this evening at 7:30 will not b« disappointed in their antlclpa- tioa ot an unusually excellent presentation of the work announced. Tho program wHl be under the direction ot James Elmer Brown. Members of the choir who will take part in the cantata are: Sopranos, Miss Helen Snangter, Mrs. P. C. Qoodall, Mrs. Thomas Llpford, Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Tabor, Mrs. D. T. McGhee, Mrs. N. C. Stanley, Mrs, Ruth Wise Graybeal, Mrs. Roy S. Thompson, Mrs. Leon Martin, Mrs. William Runyon, Mrs. Herbert D. May, Mrs. A, C. RoRcrs, Miss Ruth )jee Smith, Mrs. Harry Phillips and Mrs. E. "W. Horton. Altos: Miss Gladys Cash, Miss Blanche Armentrout, Mrs. Vivian Bowling, Mrs. C. E. Frazee, Miss Ollle Clarkson. Mrs. C. H. Wltten, Mrs. Nettle Vass Steele, Miss Julia Wise, Mrs. James Elmer Brown and Miss Virginia Stowers. Bassos: C. V. Foland, S. C. Donglas, Luther Scott, Alex Huffard, Fred Sanders, Norman Crawford, O. E. Fisher and Earle B. Lowder. Tenors: M. BJ. Barret, Kenneth Beauge, A, C. Delcher and E. S. Bailey. ' Members of the orchestra are: Violins: Vincent Paollello, Mrs. Lee J. Barbee Jr., Miss Elizabeth Hooper, Bass Perkins and Roy Kent Jr; trumpets, C. H. Reppert, George Lamoreaux; flute, Joseph PaoHello; clarinet, 0. H. Thome; bass, Paul Thomas! tromlbone, Walter Peters; saxophones, Thomas Rice and Ira HendorsoQ, and piano, Jam«a Elmer Brown. IVIIss Perl<ins On Radio Mlsfi Ruth Perltins, student at Virginia Intermont, Bristol, who is epending the Easter holidays at her home on Union street, rendered a charming half-hour program Friday evening at 6:30 over AVHIS. Miss Perkins Is quite a gifted pianist and her program woe composed of a variety of popular numbers. MlflS Perkins, a former pupil of Mrs. Lewte H. Relland, this city, is now under the tutlelego of S. T. Schroetter at Virginia Intermont. All-Day Meeting N, D. Malier division, 177, held an all-day meeting Thursday, when Mrs. J. Harvo Johnston ot this city, deputy grand president, was present for Inspection of the division. . Members and guests were served a delicious plate luncheon at Jimmy's restaurant, and the day 's proceedings proved both Interesting and enjoyable. Members of Division 177 In attendance were: Mrs. Ella Mangus, Mrs. Viola Gilmore, Mrs. Rosa Marshall, Mars Fanny Douthat, Mrs. Dora Anderson, Mrs. Margaret Sarver, Mrs. Eliza Chambers. Mrs. Anna Hutton, Mrs. Hazel Adklns, Mrs. Lena Shrewsbury, Mrs. Rosa Bone, Mrs. Leona Gehart, Mrs. Dora Neal, Mrs. Annie Watson, Mrs. Myrtle Watts, Mrs. Christine Francisco, , Mrs. Rosa Stafford, Mrs. Bertha Clark, Mrs. Orpha Stewart, Mrs. Dessio Ferrell, and Mrs. Gladys Mustard. The following members •were present from Mountain State Division, 357, ]*rini'eton; Mosdames Rldenor, Francis, Wood, Anderson, Brown and Burton. Engagement Announced - Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hale, of Narrows, announce the engagement of ' • their daughter, Mary Helen, to Mr. Stewart McLean Yarbro, son of the ' • Rev, D. T. Yarbro. and Mrs. Yarbro, •C Cliatham. The weddlne is to take : nJace In June. Happy Class Party .Mrs. Clarence Brown's Sunday school class. Bland Street Methodist church, enjoyed a merry party at the home of Mrs. Brown, on F.air- fax street Friday evening. All kinds ot games were played, including •'Fruit Basket." "Blind Man's Bluff.' and many others. In the decorative plan, a color scheme of white and yellow was attractively carried out. Refreshments consisted of ice cream, cake and hot chocolate. Those present were: Anna, Wbit- locK, Mildrefl Eddins, Clara Whitlock, Mary Barnelt, Pauline Tarter, Blleabeth Ballangee, Mary Ellen L «nd, Katherine Franklin, Willie Carr. Yvonne Davis, Preston Hamilton, Ralph Crews, Luther Clark and "Mickey" Clark. Christian Church Service Scripture reading, Welford Jones. Prayer, Lucille Davld-son. Piano Bolo, Mildred Shrndcr. "Jesus IX)vos Me," Margaret Peters. Reading, "Terrors of the Night," Mirnm Jones. Duct, "Tlie Story True," Mrs. H. H. Hall and Mrs. H. C. Hambrick. Devotional, "Easter and tho Cross," A. Z. Peters, "Grandma" Stott, Mrs, W. M. Jones, Mrs. J. W. Peters, Welford Jones and T. Doss. Duet, "Alone," Lucille Waters and Irene Tabor. "Ea.'itei-," Lucille Davidson. Piano solo, Fred Witt. Trio. "Lift to Life," Trula May Sutphin, Mildred Hill and Phyllis Arnny. Harmonica solo, "Sweet Hour of Prayer," Harold Sutphin. Solo, "Mary to tho Saviour's Tomb," "Grandma" Stott. Story and song, Mrs. A. 11. Bragg. Duct, Mrs. Ruth Webb and Lucille Waters. Exercise, Ercll Ryan, Mildred Hill. Marian Jones, Ruby Nell Hall, Phyllis Arney and Hale Penrcy, with vocal solo, "He la Risen," by Hale Pearcy. "Easter Lessons," Margaret Lowe, Duet, "Christ is Risen Today," Frances Melvln and Opal Tabor. "Wake U p, 'Tie Easter," Hale Pearcy. "Joy to the World," by congregation, accompanied on harmonica by Harold Sutphin. Prayer, Beulah Tabor, Interesting Program Planned The Senior and Hi leagues of the West Graham Methodist ohurch are united In preparing an Interesting feature for their program Sunday evening. At that time they will nresent a pageant entitled, "The Sign." The cast consists of three young men and throe girls, ably na- sleted bv a young people's choir. Special music, several numbers of wliich are Interwoven In tho play, lend Interest to the "plav itself, which has a beautiful background. There are pathos, interest and •beautv In this little play, and every member of West Graham church Is urged to be present, and the public is cordially Invited. Westminster Circles The general circles ot Westminster Presbyterian auxiliary will meet Wednesday, April 8, at ,1 as follows: Circle 1, Mrs. F. S. Richmond, chairman, with Mrs. Karl Circle 2, Mrs. Uussei S. Ritz, chairman, with Mrs. William Lee. Circle 3, Mrs. H. R. Montgomery, chairman, with Mrs. H. R. Mont- Roracry. Circle 4, Mrs. W. K. Wilbur, chairman, with Mrs. W. K. Wilbur. Circle 5, Mrs. J. R. Laird, chairman, with Mrs. J. R. I^ird. Circle 6, Mrs. W. D. Easley, chairman, with Mrs. W. D. Easley. Business Women's circle. No. 1, Mrs. H. A. McCue, chairman, with Mi's. McCue, Tuesday, April 14, at 6:30 p. m. Business Women's circle. No. 2, Mrs. Walter Peters, chairman, at Elec's cottage, display room of tho Appalachian Electric Power company, Tuesday, April 14, at S o'clock. Junior girls, Mrs. J. P. Ramage, chairman, with Elinor Hall, Thursday, April 9, at 3:45. Cheerful Workers, Mrs. O. Haskell Cluss, chairman, with Mrs. Sluse, at 3:45 Thursday, April 9. Lovely Affair At Tazewell The home of Miss Elizabeth Steele, on Tower street, Tazewell was the scene of one of the season's most enjoyable social functions, when Miss Steele entertained a number of tho younger set at bridge Monday afternoon honoring her house guest. Miss Alice Lavandar, of Bristol, nod .Mrs. Joseph Gillespie, a recent bride. Eight tables were in play, the high score prize being won bv Mrs. R. C. Peery, Miss Lavandar and Mrs. Gillespie were the recipients of attractive guests prizes. The Ladles' Aid society of Midway Christian church held its monthly session Friday evening at the church, with a large attendance. Mrs. U. D. Turner, president, presided for the meeting, and interesting reports were given by the various, commlttepfl. It was decided tiio society will Join with the "I Will" class In having a bake sale April 18. The society also planned to have a "quilting" April 16, to complete the "Friendship" quilt, on which tho members have been engaged for some time. The quilt is to bo presented to the pastor, <he Rev. W. M. Jones, and Mrs. Jones, nfl a token of frlend .5hip and love. The "quilting" will bo held at the homo ot Mrs. S. S. Shrader, Bramwell road. At tlie close ot tho session, a surprise party shower was given to the pastor and Mrs. Jones, In behalf of himself and his family, the minister, In his pleasant way, thanked the donor.s for tlieir gifta. The meeting closed with prayer by the pastor. Epworth Junior Society The Epworth Junior Missionary society. Bland street churcli, mot .Saturday afternoon In Hamilton hall with a largo attendance. The meeting opened with a hymn, followed l)y sentence prayers, led by Mrs. Raymond Tilson, superintendent, and clo.sed by Miss Betty Boykin. Mrs. Alex Mahood gave an Interesting talk on "World Peace," after which an appropriate Easter poem wa.s read by Virginia Sutherland. Misses Elolso Dilcher and • Helen Mills sweetly sang "Love Lifted Me," wlilch closed tho worship period. After a short business session, the meeting closed with the benediction * Graham-Davidson The marrlago of Miss Carrie Davidson, daughter cit Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davidson, ot Brush Fork, was married to Mr. W. W. Graham, ot Brush Fork, the beautiful ceremony being performed Saturtlny afternoon at the home of tho Rev. O. W. Collins, 1309 Highland avenue. The bride Is n graduate ot Beaver high school, and for a v/hilo was employed in the office ot Huiff, Andrews and Thomas. She has a sweet and lovable disposition, and is quite popular in both the city and oounty. Mr. Graham, a young man ot line character, wa« born and reored at BiuBh Fork. in attendance at the wedding were Misses Virginia and Ruth Graham, and Luclllo F^orrest. of Fulls Mills; Mrs. Orahani, Brush Vork, and Mrs. G. W. Cjilins. Mr. nnd Mrs, Grahan; will make thoiv home at Brush Fork. wail rendered by Mrs. Lee Wright, with Mrs. Lyman Bailey as accompanist. With ukelele accompaniment. Misses Virginia Powell and Christine Steele entertained with "Singing In tho Rain," and "I Get the Blues When It Rains." Good reporte were submitted. During the social hour, games and contests were enjoyed, the plizes l>clng won by Mrs. W. W. Peters, Mrs. Lee Wright and Miss Maude Rimmer. Mrs. L. J. Soulier's circle was hostess circle tor the occasion About sixty were present, and during the evening a tempting Ice course was served with coffee, tlie ices being centered with Easter bunnies and lilies. Musical Program The program ot Easter music at the First Presbyterian church this morning will consist of two anthems by the choir, and a solo by Mrs. C. O. Harris. 'The anthems are Tho Strife Is O'er," by, Hosmer, and "Gloria In Excelsle," by Mozart. Mrs. Harris will use as her Easter .solo "I Know That My Redeemer LIvoth," from "The Messiah," by Handel. Tho public is most cordially invited to worship at this church. Charming Affair Mrs. Scott Lilly, Randolph ter- rance. entertained with a linen shower Thursday evening, for Mrs. Lee Rakes, who beifore her recent marriage was Miss Virginia Graham. Mrs. Rakes is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Graliam. The Easter Idea was carried out In the decorative effect.s, and those present were served a dainty salad course. The brldo received many attractive gifts. Present were Mrs. Margaret Aid- worth and daughter, Miss Lucille; Mrs. Ray Creggar, Mrs. Harvey Morgan, Mrs. R. C. Lilly Jr., Mrs. Alliert Snyder, Mrs. Perry A. Graham, Mrs. Roy Kelly, Mrs. P. a Graham, Misses Mildred Hambllu, Hflen Graham, Grace Harmon, Leonard Christian. Velma Walker, Thelma Collins, Louise Long and Bonnie Sumpter. OAKvmEjyii, By High School Journalism Club It05rAl)AVIS DIES Burial services for Roma Davis. 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Davis, ot WUlowton, were held this week at the WUlowton cemetery. Roma Davis died March 26 at her home In WUlowton. She is survived by her parents, two brothers, Edward and, Donald, and two sisters, Vila and Odella, SCHOOL 18 rHOTOGKAPHKD A representative of a national school photography company was in the local schools Wednesday afternoon taking pictures of all the students and teachers. Every pupil and teacher of the school wto was pres. ent Wednesday was pliotographed. The pictures are expected to arrive In the next week or ton days. JUNIORS T0"pKESE?fT PLAT The first school play ot the year win be presented by the Junior class of the local high sPhool Thursday evening, April 9, In the school auditorium. The play to bo presented is a three-act comedy, entitled "What Happened To Judy. The scene is laid In a little obscure corner of tho South, on which nKdern civilization has yet to lay a flnger, and the plot depicts tho complications and humorous situations that arise when moddrn civlll- 1 mother In Lew -rsburg. zation. In the form ot the hero, his chum and his aunt, does drop in on this piece of untouched territory. week-end.—Mrs. Otis Ramsey had as her guest this week Mrs. Withers, ot Bristol, Tenn.—Sam Meadows Is visiting his brother in Elgood.—Miss Lois Hill was a business visitor In Princeton and Bluelleld on Saturday.—The Rev. J. H. Bartwn was shopping In Princeton on Tuesday.—W. P. Ixiwery and son were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Meadows last week.—^Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meadows, who have been living in Oakvale for some time, moved to Elgood last Mtonday.—Mrs. W. L. fEastbum, who has been ill at her home In Oakvale, is some better now.—^Mrs. Hattio Meadows, of WU­ lowton, was the guest of Mrs, W. L. Eastburn Wednesday.—Mrs. Lee Clyburn, who has been quite 111 at her home in Ke'iysvllle, Is recovering .nicely.—Misses Alma Wilson and Lona Tracey were shopping in Princeton Wednesday.—Shug Meadows, of WUlowton, has been visiting friends in Charleston. — Miss Grace Hobbs is spending the Easter holidays with her parents In Athens. •Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mayberry, I. MRS. J. B. PENMAN Correspondsnt of Floyd, were visiting Rev. Bailey at Oakvale last week.—Mrs. H. J. Cobern, of Narrows, waa visiting friends in Oakvale Wednesday.—^Mr. and Mrs, O. E. Lucado spent the week-end In Huntington.—Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd, Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Williams visited with Mrs. Emma Moore in White Sulphur last Sunday.—Miss Bernice Neely, of Glen Lyn, visited friends In Oakvale Friday. — Miss Jamie White spent the Easter holidays with her Personals Wingfield Watts Class Wingfleld Watts Bible clasa will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 at llarailton hall. Enjoyable Class Party One ot the pieasantest events of the past Week was the social iir- falr ot the Ix)yal Daughters' Bihie class, Trinity Methodist church held at tho Y. quarters, on Federal street. Mrs. L. B. I^romons is teacher of the class and Miss Bailie Jane Bratton is president. The hall was never more charmingly decorated than for this occasion, the decorative effects being carried out to repre «3ent "April Showers." Colorful paper parasols were suspended from the ceiling, as wore numerous paper butterflies in a variety ot pastel shades. Tinfoil streamers hung from tlie parasols and on cords drawn above the heads of the guests gave a realistic effect ot rain. A huge parasol was used upon the largo tabic. Rabbits and Easter eggs added to the beauty of the scene, and a number ot vassea ot flowers lent further • charm to the setting. Misa Bratton presided for the business session, which opened with a hymn, "Showeiis of Blessin;:." Mies Bratton conducted the Imprcti- slvo devotional, and a beautiful sold Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Jennings and children, Lina and Tom Lewis, are spending the Easter holidays with Mrs. Jennings' mother, Mrs. Lula Covey, Snowvllle, Va. Miss Lillian Shepherd, student at William and Mary college, Williamsburg, Va., is here to spend the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shepherd. Mrs. H. E. Schmidt and William R. Forrest, who are attending St. Charles college. Columbus, Ohio, are spending the Easter holidays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Forrest. Miss Catherine Wood, of, Va.. is visiting at the home ot her uncle. Dr. -A. D. Wood, and Mrs. Wood. Miss Wood will bo guest for tlie dance Monday evening at Blue- flolcl Country club. . Misses Alice Stone and Frances French left Friday evening for Washington, where Miss Stone will visit her sister. Miss Nancy Stone. Miss French will later go for visit in New York. Charles Spencer is at home from Now York for the Easter holidays. Sidney J. Kwass, senior in law school at West Virginia university, lg spending the Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Kwass. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pritchard and son, Jack, ot Columbus, 0., arrived Friday evening to spend Easter with Mrs. Prltchard's relatives. They were accompanied by Don Little, who win visit them a few days OAKVALE iPEUSOKALS Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Boggees were shopping in Princeton Monday.— Mrs. Hugh Hughes, of Peterstown, was the guest of her sister. Miss Virginia Dare Davie, Saturday.— Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Terry and daughter, Frances, of Peterstown, were guests ot Mrs. D. A. Johnston on Monday.—Misses Flo Elizabeth Peterson and Jamie R. White were guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Whitt Monday evening.—Misses Janis Cook and Emma Dean Beloher were shopping in Bluefield Saturday.—^Mrs. B. F. Boggess and son, Randalph, Mrs. Sue Samden, Mrs. Blair Honaker and W. P. Kraushaar were in Richlands Saturday as dinner guests ot John Boggess.—W. P. Kraushaar, Gene Ramsey and Randolph Boggess were In Bluelleld Sunday afternoon.—A. B. Chocklett, of Northfork, was visiting friends in Oakvale Sunday evening.—Mrs. D. A. Johnston and Mrs. Mae Johnston Williams were visiting relatives in Narrows on Sunday afternoon.—^Mrs. Shug Meadows and Miss Mollle Weaver, ot WUlowton, were visiting in Oakvale Wednesday.—Jim Reed was a visitor at the Oakvalo school Wednesday. — Miss Edith Whitlow was the guest ot Miss Garnett Wright Wednesday night.— Misses Alma Queeenherry and Virginia Whittaker were the guests of Miss Flo Elizabeth Peterson Wednesday night.—Miss Maude Mae Whittaker was visiting friends In Princeton Saturday.—Mrs. W. R. Bell and son, Kenna, were visiting relatives In Glen Lyn Sunday.— Arlie Whitlow and Ernest Whitt were in Princeton on business Saturday.—Mrs. C. I. Johnston and daughters, Mary and Mik'tred, were shopping in Princeton Saturday.— S. E. Hylton, of the Oakvale-Princeton road, is confined to his home on account of illness.—Misa Alma Qusenberry, of Hatcher, was the guest ot Miss Garnett Wright Monday night—Mrs T. C. Price and Miss Maude Camden were shopping In Princeton Tuesday, — Mrs. Mary Moses, ot Princeton, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barton last LUmGH, VA. MRa. E. B. ROBERTSON Correipondent .Anawalt, W. Va., April 4.—Llvina Bailey, 18, colored, died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Minnie Canady, Monday afternoon, after several days' illness ot pneumonia. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Anawalt Baptist church and were conducte<l by the Rev. H. B. Price, ATTENnFirNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belcher. Jlrs. Harrison Belcher. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Belcher, Mrs. W. M. Belcher and Howard Belcher have returned from Elizabethton, Tenn., where they attended the funeral services ot their aunt, Mrs. Barbara Btteri LEAGUE BUSINESS MEETING The Anawalt Epworth league held a business meeting at the church Tuesday evening, yrith. Mr. Fleshman president, in charge. Arrangements were made to attend the union meeting in Welch Thursday evening. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Methodist church—Sunday school, 10 a. va.. B. C. Rector, superintendent. Epworth league, 0 p. m. Prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m. Baptist church—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Chri.stian endeavor nt 7 p. m. Choir practice Wednesday at 7 vf. m. CHRISTLVN ENDEAVOR JIEETS The Christian endeavor held its monthly business meeting at the Baptist church Friday evening with Miss Ola Seagle in qharge of the program. Lnrich, Va., April 4.— Glen Lyn high school students have rented a hall diamond here and there will be a ball game Friday between Pembroke and Glen Lyn. A dental clinic was held at Narrows this -week. LUBICH PERSONALS Mrs. Newton Blankenahlp was a business visitor at Rich Creek this week. — Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bailey were shopping at Narrows this week.—Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Robertson and daughter, Mary Ann, were guests ot Mrs. Edgar Dickinson at Peterstown Saturday.—Miss Vernon Robertson was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Reed at Glen Lyn Thursday night. — Thurman Chattiy. ot Glen Lyn was the guest ot Raymond Eilette Wednesday.— Miss Lola Thornton left Friday for Charleston to enter the hospital there for training.—Mrs. A. B. Hare was shopping at Narrows this week. —Sam Bradley, of Rich Creek was the guest ot T. H. Gore this week.— Uncle Bill Harrison left Thursday for Bluefield on business.—Jimmy T. Robertson and son, Hoge, ot Bluefield were guests of the formers brother, E. B. Robertson last week. -Miss Irene Gore is able to return to school after a few days of illness of flu. CHOP SUET TO PLANE Pasadena, Cal.—Zensaku Azuma, 35-year-old Jap, served during the war In the U. S. army air service. After the war he learned to serve chop suey here and learned so well that he opened a cafe of his own. He made much money, hought an airplane, and flew across the country to New York. Then he had his plane shipped to England, and flew hy early stages to his native country. ANAWALT PERSONALS Mrs. J. B. Penman. Mrs. Ted Bearre and little daughters. Sherrill and Fay. of Twin Branch, and little Miss Helen Sizemdre. of Mohegan. left Wednesday morning tor Marion, Va,. where they will spend several days with relatives.'—^Mlss Mary McFarland left Sunday for her home in Jenkln. Ky.. after spending the weekend here as the guest ot her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. U. P. McFarland.—Mrs. H. N. Murphy spent last week-end in Athena nnd Bluefield as the guest of relatives.— Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sadler and daugh- terr Grace, were .shopping in Welch Tuesday.—The Rev. W. M. Jones, of Bluefield, was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Martin last Sunday.—Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hall had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Spencer and children, of Northfork.—Mrs. H. A. Radi:ord. of War Eagle, is spending a few days hero as the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. West.—Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Murphy were business visitors In Northfork Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Childress and daughter. Pauline, shopped in Welch Monday.—Mrs. John Jarrells is slightly Improved after a sever;'1 weeks illness.—Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Stone were visitors in Welch Tuesday.—Roy Rector, ot Berwind, m spending the week-end hero as the guest ot his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B, C. Rector.—Mrs. Margaret McCoy, Mrs. J. B. Penman. Miss India Couey. Miss Pauline Allison and Miss Edith Cherry were shoppers in Welch Saturday.—Mrs. M; J. Belcher spent Wednesday In Pageton visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mercer. —Mr. and Mrs. Velt Edmlston and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. LaFon were shoppers in Welch Saturday.-Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Wyland and children, of Welch, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Caldwell Sunday.—Mrs. 0. T. Boyd continues 111 at her .home with a severe case ot tonellitls.—Mrs. H. W. Dalton and Miss Aurella Huffman were shopping In Bluefield Sat- urdar. Mrs. C. B. Caldwell nnd daughter. Miss Ferne. of Jenkinjones. were guests nt Mrs. Harrison Belcher Thursday.—R. L. Martin is able to be out again after a several days' illness.—Mr. and Mrs. C. M. West and son Junior, are spending Easter In Roanoke with relatives,—Mrs. Margaret McCoy is spending Easter with her parents in Peterstown.— Mrs. Russell Bradley and nephew, Cecil Bradlev Jr.. spent last weekend in Lindside as the guests of Mrs. E. Ballard.—Andy Geisen was a visitor in Pocahonta-s Thursday and Friday.—Pete Xeros and Phil ICas- din were attending to business matters in Welch Wednesday morning. —Bob Rosenheim spent last weekend In Welch a.? the guest of his uncle. Dr. A. G. Rutherford,—I. Forman. was a business visitor to Kimball Monday.—Miss India Couey left Thursday tor Bast Radford to spend Easter with relatives.—Dr. 0, E. Devoe and Miss Nancy Winfrey were visitors in Welch Monday evening.—Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rector and Von W. Moody motored to Charleston Wednesday to meet Miss Stella Rector, of Morgantown, who is spending the Easter holidays with her parents here,—Jlr. and Mrs. J. C. Witt were Bluefield visitors WediicK- day.—Miss Virginia Boyd, of Marion college. Marion. Va,. arrived homo Thursday to spend the holidays wilU her narents. Mr, and Mrs, 0. F. Boyd. —Mr. and Mrs. D, W, Candle were visiting In Wllcoe Sunday,—Charli'> Taylor, of Gary, is the guest of hiii parents.- Mr. aud Mrs. T. C. Tavlor. —Bob Rosenheim motored to Huntington Thursday to spend Eaator with his narents.—Bettv Jane Boo'.Ii continues very 111 at her home,— Mrs. R. L. Martin and Miss Nancy Winfrey were shopping In Welch Tuesday.—Mr. and Mrs, Kerby Charles were visitors In Bluefield Saturday.—Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Cooler and Mrs. D. R. Baahnm were shoppers In Welch Monday. HEAR SAL VI THE WORLD'S GREATEST HARPIST Easter at the First Christian qburch will begin with a .sunrise prayer service at 5:30. Snecial East«r music will he heard at this tlm«. , ,At 9:45 a. m., an Easter Mis- sloaary play, "Lovest Thou Me," will b« presented by a number of men and women of the church, under the direction of Mrs. Tommy Faliis. '.'A self-denial offering will be re- ceiTed at 11 o 'clock and the choir Vitt sing, "Easter Dawn," and "Hosannah In The Highest." The ! xainlster will preach on "The Risen Cjirlat ai»d the New Lite." iXn the evening the choir will sing, •»J Know That My Redeemer Llveth." - The evening eermon will be preached by Waymore Parsons, of Bethany college, _^ MrSi Dunn's Circle ' circle 4, Grace W. M- S., Mrs. Guy 0. Dunn, leader, p.iet Wednesday at tbe home of Mrs. V7. D. Cofer. Carolina avenue, with ten memhers and three vlaltora present. i4 ^e meeting was opened v^tb the iBrlptore lesson by Mrs. Dunn, fol- Joved wlthi prayer by Mns. Coter. air«.CofeK5,x»Te an interesting article OT'-atefvardshlD." and Mrs. W. Po^riw read AS article from the Ml«ilftB *rr yolce. The Bible study ytat iil,rea hy Mw. a 0. White. The Thousands of Plants Wanting a Home We have taken special care ot these plants since they were babies. Full of vigor ready to BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME, they are beyond our control and find now homes. State Inspected. Balled and Burlaped whore necessary. EVERGREENS American ArhorviUie, 3-4 foot $2.00 each Globe ArborvitiiP, 18-24 in. $2.00 each Siberian Arborvitao, 2-3 feet ^2.25 each Cliinesc Arborvitae, 2-3 feet $1 .25 each Biota Aurea Nana, 15-18 In. , $1 .50 each Irish Junii>er, 3-4 feet $2.50 paoli Canadian Juniper, 2-3 feet $3.00 each Savin Juniper, 18-24 in. $1 ,50 each Plumosa Retinospora, 3-4 feet $;i.00 each Plumosa Aurea Retinospora, 2-3 feet $2.00 each .Norway Spruce, 4-5 feet IW.50 each BABY EVERGREENS Pyramidal Aihorvitac, 10-12 in. Globe Arborvitao, 6-8 in. Chinese Arborvitae, 10-12 in. Pfitzer Juniper, 8-12 in. _ Savin Juniper, 10-12 In. .Mugho Pino, 8-10 in. Norway Spruce, 10-12 In. SOc oOe 50c 50c 50c 60c 50o FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGE PLANTS SHADE TREES Write for complete price list. Visit oar Nnrscrr, we are located 8 jullcs East uf Tn/cnell, Va. Kond No. 137 DUNNIGAN NURSERY COMPANY GHATTON. TIUGINIA A Declaration of INDEPENDENCE Up-to-date To the foundei-s of this business the idea of one set of prices for January and February, July and August, and higher prices for the rest of the year is as unpopular as was "Taxation without representation" with the signers of the Declaration of Independence. BLUEFIELD FURNITURE prices are just as reasonable in April as they were in February—and our February prices have stood the test since the day the Inisiness was founded. Spring, 1931 Rugs Just Received 30 Years Service In This Community PRINCETON AVE.THROUGH TO RALEIGH ST.. CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS BETTER HEALTH BETTER TEETH Natural In Appeai-ance And Fit! With natural gum plate, you need never worry that people will whisp«r—"you just know she wears them!" Your closest friends will not be able to detect the difference. We reproduce the living gums exactly. We would like to show you this wonder plate. It is an actual copy of the human gums, palate and teeth. ASK US ABOUT THE HECOLITE PLATE If you are wearing lll-flttlng plates or If your natural teeth are so bad you will have towear artificial teeth, come In and talk It over with ns. We are alwayH glad to glTO yon advice without any charge or obligations. CROWNS and BRIDGES Crown and Bridge Work that replaces your missing teeth perfectly and permanently, and are every bit' as serviceable as good natural teeth. LITTLE OR NO GOLD SHOWING ^f- AA Per Tooth . «P9.UU FILLINGS—SILVER, PORCELAIN (| or GOLD <Pl Free Examinations and Free Estimates Free Extracting when Plates or Bridges are required. | We Extract the Painless Way UNITED iWODERN DENTISTS Open Evenings Phone 2138 508 PRINCETON AVE. BLUEFIELD, W. \/C y V i

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