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Bluefield Daily Telegraph from Bluefield, West Virginia • Page 18

Bluefield Daily Telegraph from Bluefield, West Virginia • Page 18

Bluefield, West Virginia
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leeetid Efchk- THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, Bluefield, W. Va. Stitiday ittofhing, August 2, 1925," WOMENS PAGE Miss Skidmore Resigns Miss Mary Skidmore, who has been In Bluefield about two yeaTs, in Service as public nursf. tendered her resignation, to take effect September 1. She has accepted a place as health nurse at the Pine Mountain Settlement School, Harlan County, Ky. It has been rumored several months Miss Skidmore was considering acceptance of a position away i from Bluefield- She Is a capable and Industrious young woman, and her departure will be source of genuine regret in the community. I Marriage Announced Attractive cards of announcement have been received hy friends in Bluefield and vicinity: "Mr. Robert Eugene Hagan announces the marriage of his daughter Lula Page Cowherd to Mr. J. Walter Hasey on Wednesday, the twenty-ninth of July nineteen hundred and twenty-five New York City At Home Uluefleld, West Virglla." Mr. and Mrs. Hasey are expected In Bluefield, August 8, their wedding journey. They will make their ihome at the West Virginian Hotel. Cards of Announcement MISS QOLDIE PERRY, Society Editor, Office hours 2 to 3 Bramwell, and guests of Mrs. S. .1. White, Mrs. C. R. Hurt, Mrs. W. Frazer enjoyed the game at, Streeter, Mrs. W. S. Engleby of another table. Roanoke, and Mrs. W. C. Ballard Honoring Miss Grace Blaydes, of Memphis, and Miss Margaret Sublette, of Roanoke, Mrs. John F. Nash was hostess for a four-table affair, the high score prise be4ng won by Miss Lucille Leonard, and the consolation prize going to Miss Blaydes, one of the attractive honoreea. Lovely Affair On Tuesday afternoon at "Fort Branch," Toarlsburg, Mrs. Martin Williams entertained with a delightful afternoon tea, honoring Mrs. R. Buford Williams, of Oary, a recent bride In the family, and also her granddaughter, Miss Dorothy Williams Mann. The lovely colonial home had been decorated with quantities of garden flowers and softly shaded lights, and the effect was enhanced by the beauty of the gowns worn by the honorees and guests "Table prizes and guest prizes were awarded. A two-course luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. R. W. Owen and Miss Kathertne Owen. "Mrs. White's guests have been much entertained during their stay at Montpeller, and among the at. fairs given for them was a lunch- eon on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. T. O. Magann, at Thaxton; a watermelon feast at the home of Mrs. R. W. Owen on Longwood avenue; a trip to the Peaks of Otter with picnic supper on the way; a motor trip to Lynchburg on Monday, and on Thursday evening Mrs. White and her guests were entertained at a swimming party at Lakeside, with Mrs. W. S. Engleby hostess." Enjoyable Reunion Clever Little Gay Felt Hats JAUNTY little models of all the new shades are featured in the fashionable close-fitting felts. Not the leact factor of their attractiveness is the appealingly low price of 5 French Hat Friends in Bluefield and vicinity have received cards of announcement as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Mattox announce the marriage of their daughter Cova to Mr. Verltn Everett Carter Thursday, July ninth Nineteen bnndrpd ind twentv-five Bluefield West Virginia At home after August 25th 21 Franklin St. Bluefield, Virginia Fine Boy Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Witten, of War, are the parents of a fine boy, born at St. Luke's Hospital. The mother was formerly Miss Ruth Home- Cheerful Workers At Hocky Oap, a very happy a reunion of the Penley family was Punch was served in the library! held Sunday, July 26. by Mrs. Clay Mason and Mrs. David I Lunches were prepared by tne Matson. The callers were greeted different members of the family ana at the door by Miss Carrye Williams and directed to the receiving line, where they met Mrti. Williams, Mrs. John 8. Snldow, Mrs. J' D. Honaker, of Bluefield; Mrs. H. W. Snldow and Miss Dorothy Mann, Throughout, the pleasant 'hours, Mrs. T. F. Wltton, Mrs. Sara Peck, St. Clair, Mrs. Mary Woolwlno McCull, Mrs- L. D. Whlttaker, Misses Mary Sue Thomas, Miss Mason and Mists Eleanor Clark assisted In the hospitalities and served a delicious Ice course with nuts, mints and coffee, to about seventy-five guests. Informal Dinner Party Mrs. Berta B. Richardson entertained a number of friends at dinner on Thursday at 1 o'clock, at her home at Bluefield, in honor of Mrs. W. T. Crockett, of Westminster Board The Cheerful Workers of Westminster Church will meet at the church on Wednesday, August 6, at 3:30 P' m. At Country Club Mrs. WJlliam Leo and Mrs. Harry Goodykoontz entertained with a nine-table bridge party of charm-; ing appointments Friday at the i Blueffold Country Club, the affair being the second event of an attractive series. Mrs. Thomas Little, of Kansas City, guest of Mrs'. Robert Little, Washington was the winner of the high score prize, and Mrs. Robert Mc- Cue was awarded the prlze Mrs. E. 3. Baker, of Bramwell, was hostess for a charming four- table in compliment to her attractive visitors; a delightful four-table affair was also presided over by Mrs. Philip Goodwill, of The executive, board of the Woman's Auxiliary of "Westminster Church, will meet Wednesday, August 5, at 2:30 m. the church. Please'note the change of time. Mrs. White Hostess An interesting social Item from Bedford, is as. follows; "'Mrs. H. White entertained at a bridge luncheon in, honor of her house guests, Mrs. William P. Beano and Mrs. John W. Thomas, of Keystone, W. Tuesday morning at her home, "Montpeller," near town. "Tjiere were four tables engaged in playing progressive rook and bridge. Those playing in addition to the honor guests were Mrs. M. P. Rucker, Mrs. W. A. Yowell, Mrs. W. L. Lyle, Miss Rova Lylo, Mrs. T. W. of Keystone, W. Mrs. 0.. Magann. of Thaxton, Mrs. (F. C. Breazeal, Mrs. H. Wilson, Mrs. J. A. Rucker, Mrs. carried to Rocky Oap, where they were spread in a beautiful grove on the bank of Wolf creek. The "eats" wern especially enjoyed, and consisted of all the good things of the Heason. After lunch, the young folk engaged In swimming, while the older folk talked over "olden times." There were about fifty members of the various families who enjoyed the reunion. Tlicisn present rnmn from Richmond, Bristol, Bluefield, Narrows, Bland, Princeton and Dallas, Texas. Invitations for Dance Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cooper, and Billy T. WilliamB, of Bramwell have issued Invitations for a dance Friday evening, August 7, the Bluefield Country Club. Personals Miss Jessie Hudson is leaving for a business.trip to New York, and will visit at her homo In Staunton, before returning to Bluefield. Garrett C. Walker, of Roanoke, is visiting In the city. Lois Douthat and Douglas Mays, nurses at St. Luke's Hospital, aT6 away on vacation trips in Virginia. Miss Qladys Tickle will leave on Sunday for a month's visit in Cln- cinati, Ohio. Mrs. Albert Hughett and children, Union street, left Saturday night on train No. 3 for Lewis Center, Ohio, for a month's visit. Mrs. S. Greenspon left Friday night for Baltimore, to visit her daughter, Miss Ethel Greespon, and they will then go for an outing at Atlantic City. Miss Elizabeth Warrick will bo discharged today as a patient at St. Luke's Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis. Master Bill Tom Watklns has gone for a visit to his grand moth- M-i 7 to a PiMie phent Itsrni er, Mrs. M. L. Watklns, of Indian, Va. While there he will attend a party to be given In honor of his i little cousins, Madeline and Geor' gls Hourt, of Richmond, Va. I R' 0. Sutton, of Beckley, is a guest authe home of his sister, Mrs. E. H. I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Williams have removed from Bland street to 105 I Duhrtng street. Misses Pearle Brammer, Billie, Blanch and Pauline Brammer and Desir Gilmore will spend the weekend at the Y. W. C. A. camp at Plsgah- H. W. McCall, of Kansas City, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. McCall, at Bluefield, Vn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. CaldWelt are leaving today by automobile for a visit at Roanoke, after which they will go to New York and points in Canada. Mrs. C. Sutton, of Newport News, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Eskey. Mrs. J. H. Whltt, of O'Keeffe, W. was a shopper Saturday in Bluefield. Mr- and Mrs. H. D. Phillips and family, accompanted by Miss Jessie Hudson, have returned from a delightful motor tTlp to Fort Deposit, Ala. John W. Haldren, of Bluefield, and Vernon Arlington of Pocahontas, motored to Roanoke, Saturday. Miss Blanche Mills, of the Hon-, aker Store, Is back from a delightful vacation, spent as member of a camping party, near Pence Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ferrell, of Beltsprlngs, are expected today for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ferrell. Mr. and Mrs- C. V. Sutton have returned to Raleigh, W. after a visit at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. E. H. Eskey. Misses Mae and Virginia Watson will spend Sunday at Northfork, as the guests of their sister, Mrs. G. L. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. C- W. Dickey, Miss Mary Suo Ollnger and James McMul- lln motored to Blacksburg last evening to pass the week-end. Mrs. Billie King has accepted a position at the Kiddle Shoppe. Goodwin Schlossberg ih leaving for New York, in the interest of the Kann store. S. A. Hall has resigned his connection with the Flat Top Supply Company, and accepted another with the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. He Is attending school In Akron, Ohio, two weeks before assuming the duties of bis new position. i Milton Lenowltz is leaving for York, after a pleasant visit in I this city. I Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Webb and (son and Mr. Webb's grandmother, Mrs. Lou Simmons, are leaving for a motor trip to Bowling Green, for thli MII 10 be gone about ten days. They daughter, Beity Ann, of Highland will go via Lexington and LOUIB- avenue, have returned from a visit ville and return via Nashville, to. Lynchburg. Knoxville and Bristol. Mrs. John Carroll is leaving to- Mrs. D. O'Brien and little day for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Edmoutlsou, at rou- dee, Ky. Miss Thelma Suiter has to spend the week end with her parents at Pocahontas. CAKE BAKING CONTEST FIRST PRIZE An Electric Percolator SECOND PRIZE An Electric Iron THE APPALACHIAN POWER CO. WILL GIVE TO THE TWO PERSONS MAKING THE BEST CAKES IN AN ELECTRIC OVEN THE ABOVE PRIZES. Cut This Out and Mail to Us at Once. APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT APPALACHIAN POWER COMPANY, I wish to enter the Cake Baking Contest Name Address I shall bake my cake In my home Electric In I shall bake my cake In your Demonstration Kitchen All cakes must be at the Appliance Department by 11:00 o'clock, Friday, August 7. submi Recipes and, directions for mixing and baking shall be nitted with each entry. Ladies of the city will be judges. Will Make Your "Dream Home 1n Really Liveable The Luxurious comfort, the distinctive design and the beauty of the Kroehler Davenport Beds and Living Room Suites shown on our floors will add much to tne enjoyment you obtain from your own "Dream Home." Beauty and comfort are combined in these handsome Kroehler here you will find' just the suite to make your living roqm all that you want it to be. Special Showing KROEHLER Davenpo and living Room Suites Now the time to secure the new styles of Kroehler Bed and Living Room Suites. Prices are very low and thera is a large assorUucui awaiting your selection. Aaron's 32nd. Anniversary A SUCCESS for which WE THANK YOU! AND TO RECIPROCATE WE ARE GIVING YOU This Wonderful Special as a Conclusion MONDAY MORNING 9 A. M. TO 12 NOON 169 Pairs Ladies' and Oxfords Exceptionally Easy Terms During This Showing Until our preaent stock of these beautiful suites is exhausted, we will make exceptionally easy terms Lome in and choose the suite you want, and we will arrange the terms to meet your requirements' Come in tomorrow while we have a complete assortment. Warlick Furniture Co, "CROSS THE A DOLLAR." 1 6 9 Pairs Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords Five Tables of Our Regular Stock Come See For Yourself See Our Window Display! PUMPS AND OXFORDS. $7.50 TO $12.50 VALUES. HIGH AND LOW HEELS Aaron's Shoe 316 Princeton Avenue

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