Hit Bit: Danville, V«., Fridoy, May 5. 1939 Marian Martin Pattern Mock-Kedlngote Sienaenzer MARIAN MARTIN pattern 9067 Watch silhouette If you want to style-success this season, and remember a redingote-effect dress a larger woman look SO much Then. . . you'll want to easy-to-use new Marian Martin Pattern 9067 by next mail. is the higher-waisted smartness gives a feeling of poise. here too is comfort—in the of the lovely skirt—in the bodice at each side of the long, figure-narrowing panels—and in the cool collar! With every step you the "redlngote" inset is revealed. Isn't it chic. . . .and the collar too. in a print contrast? Pattern may be ordered only in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 Size 36 requires 4 yards 39 and. 1 yard contrast. Send CENTS in coins IOI this MARTIN pattern. Be sure write plainly your SIZE, NAME, and STYLE NUMBER. It's new and It's your* to order... MARTIN.'S SUMMER 1939 PATTERN BOOK! See your in clothes you'll love make. Vacation, town and travel Charm for day and evening... and. petticoat frooks, "heatwave" sportswear, wedding and party gowns! patterns suggesting what to pick and what's new in Outfits! Smartest kid- die, girl, miss and matron styles included. Send today! BOOK CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE Send order to The Bee Pattern Department, care The B>ee, Danville. Honored With Shower Mr. and Mr» L. 8. honored wltb a l»ou»ek«eping shower 1 Mrs. C. K. White and Mrs. R. E. Jefferson at the home of Mrs. O. 0. "•-wnsend on Saturday nlgftt, April 29 Mrs. Payn« was before her marrlag*' on April 4. Mis* Trances Towaaend of this city. Many beautiful and useful gifts were received ana at a later hour an ice course was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Townsend, Ruby. Evelyn. Ronnie and Marvin Townsend; Thelma McCubblns: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jefferson; Mrs. C. K. White. Juanita and Frances White; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Payne. Anne Ruth, and Carlton Payne; Mr. J. W. Boaz; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Scearce; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scearce, Leonard and Frank Scearce: Geneva Blair; Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Scearce, Jr.: Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Dtxon; Mrs; Will Haywood: Mrs. W. L. Scearce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riddle; Mrs. M. A. Orogans: Hattle Murphy; Mrs. E. R. Samuels; Mrs. Marvin Grogans: Mrs. Charlie Barker. Audrey, Dorothy, and Mildred Barker; Mrs. G. C. Pickard: Mrs. W. L. Leftwlch: Glendeil and Jortense Newman, Mrs. Percy Emerson; Vivian. Robertson: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soearce; Mr. and Mrs. Leffie Shelton; Ifrs. Cabell Gibson; Marie Johnson; Mrs. Minson Leftwich; Mrs. Adams; Mr. W. E. Clark; Warren ana Harry Carter. » * * Birthday Party Miss Empress Farthing entertained a number of friends at her home near Mt. Herman Saturday night, April 29th In honor of 'her birthday. She received many useful gifts. A sweet course was served. Those present -rere: Misses Prances Tarpley. Nancy Chlldress, Estell Davis. Virginia Oakes, Loralne and Geneva Jones, Mae Payne, "Rosa Smith, Geniva Grimes, Frances Gourley, Beulaix, lara, Katherlne, Lois, Thelma Elsie and Nina Farthing; Msssers Clyde iamuels. Tommy Payne. Clarence Stone, Hollls Davis, Edward Davis, urtis P_arcftll, Joel Bruce. , Robert Harvey, Clyde and John Farthing, ., David Wells, Ryland, Kit, Landon and Tommy Smith. John Ooakes, Jr., Leroy Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Tom iamuels. Mrs. Wesley Gourley, Mr. ind Mrs. J. P. Farthing and others. • * ' Sharon P.-T. A. Meets tonight The Parent-Teacher Association of Sharon school will meet in the school uditorlum tonight at 8 o'clock. The peaker will be the Rev. A. K. Yount. This will be the final meeting of he year. VISITORS SHOUT BUT NOT LOCAL CITIZENS HARLINGEN, Tex.—i^)—The only persons to make a. "public noise Harlingen' are good will delegations otner cities. They can 'er up" as much as they j please, Mayor Hugh. Ramsey, but ; otherwise city's anti-noise ordinance, that mentions particularly the use speakers, will be enforced I used to illuminate gar| Virginia Clay, Bride-Elect. Honored Mrs. Stanley B. Houghton. Jr., en- ertained. with a dinner at her home ast night to honor her sister. Miss Virginia Clay of Winston-Sal«m. Miss Clay's wedding to Thomas Edward Dougherty 01 Winston-Saiem, will take place this month. Pink roses were used in the. rooms and guests were seated at small tables, centered with tali pink candles in silver holders. The place for the hdhor guest was marked with a miniature bride and groom and small pink baskets filled, with mints were at all the places. The guest list included: The Misses Virginia Clay, Jack Bailey, Barbara Bengali, Catherine Burton, Frances Garrett, Mary Hunter Edmunds, Bernice Heard, Carolyn Smith, Gertrude Withers, Madge McFall, Lillian Wilson and Elsie Jones. Mrs. Houghton was assisted in serving by Miss Mary Fulton and Mrs. Clyde Albright. • * » Sunday School Entertained Mrs. Anna Lou Lakey and Miss May Denney were joint hostesses to the Young People's Class of Grace M. E. church on Thursday night at a weiner roast at Stony Mill. Those present were: Misses POcahontas Baugh. Dorns Johnson, Minnie Lee Conner. Mary Weapon, Dorothy Grogan, Margaret Slayton, Iris Willis. Mesdames Lucy i Elliott. Dorothy Elliott, Ruth Elliott, j Haael Lester. Mrs. Moss. Ruth Gray. Ha3«i Baccaory. Mildred Haywood, Earl Elliott, Albany Elliott. Robert Denny Jr., Jack Hays. Thomas Gray. Rinaldo Baccary, Bill Henderson, Edgar Hinton. Nig Barber. Mrs. William Warman of Richmond Lynchburf to attend the M»y D»y fe»- tlvltltt at Sw«*t Briar college. Mi»s Elsie Day And MJJ* Margaret Ballard, of Portsmouth, student* at Sweet Briar will accompany her mother home to spend the week-ead. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Meade, Mr*. William Bailey, and Miss Bessi* Douthat will b* among thos* from here attending the May Day festivities Saturday at Randblph-Maoon WoaUn'* college, Lynchburg. where Miss Betty Mead*, daughter of Mr. ana Mr*. Edmund Meade is a member of the May Court. Julian ». Metde who If la Washington will also attend the festivities and return with them to Danville. Misses Kate and Marl* Wheatley, or Medina. Ohio, are vlaltiflg their nephew. C. Stuart Wheatley and Mrs. Wheatley, Robertson avenue. Mil* Virginia Clay, of Winston-Salem who Is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Houghton, Jr., Is returning Saturday to her home accompanied by Mrs- Houghton and her small son, Stanley Houghton, 3rd, for a visit. Mrs. Irvin Bowl*s. who recently underwent an operation at Stuart Circle hospital. Richmond, his returned to her home on Benefield avenue. -o— Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilson have left for Warrenton. Va.. to toe the guest* of Dr. and Mr*. J. o. Hodgkin and. attend the Gold Cup races. Mrs. Thomas Hamlin. ot Washington, will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Miss Reamey Hamlin. Miss Flint Ballard of Washington. D. C.. is' the guest of Miss Mary Hamlin at her home on the Martinsville Road. Dr. C. W. Purcell is attending a pediatric convention at the University of Virginia. Mrs. Douglas Sager and son. Douglas Sager, Jr.. left Wednesday to Join Mr. Sager in last Orange. N. J.. where they win make their home. -Mrs. C. S. Anderson who accompanied her daughter to East Orange will later visit her sister, Mrs. A. C. Jones in Baltimore. Charlie D. Slaughter is quite sick at Danville community hospital. Miss Aliiie Lea Hundley has returned from a. visit to her brother and Sister-ift-law. Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby S. Hundley. Mrs. Carolyn Stokea Overbey.ls a patent at Danville Community hospital. Mrs. Vivian Dehait is an Operative patient at Danville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis and sons Frank and George Darts. Jr.. will attend the May Day festivities at Salem college. Winston-Salem. N. C., Saturday. Miss Virginis Bruce Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davis is a member of the senior class and. will be in the May court. Mrs. G. L. Adams is an operative patient at Danville Community hospital. Mrs. Annie Mitchell is a patient at Danville Community hospital. Mrs. J. M. Thomas, who has been a patient at Memorial Hospital Is improving nicely. Dr. J. Shelton HOrsley and his son, Shelton Horsley. Jr., of Richmond, who are attending the meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Hughes. Miss Nina Gourley Is getting along nicely at Memorial Hospital where she has been for several weeks with a broken hip. Miss Louise Pendleton Johnson has returned to her home in Forest Hills after a visit to Mrs. Albertus Cotton at Ruxton, Md. at b« the form Practically *om« occasion on«. th« dtnce* court, in Sue Xing action stage calls herald's approach The and royalty. has anger managing sends gypsies in pole.