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PAGE TEN DAILY CLARION-LEDGER, JACKSON, MISS., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1935 BIBLE SCHOOL BEING PLANNED Baptist Church to Conduct Classes for Period of Two Weeks MONTICELLO, June 8. For the first time la the history of the church a daily vacation Bible school will be sponsored by the local Baptist church, the school scheduled to begin on Monday, June 10 and continue for a period of two weeks with class periods each morning from 8:30 until 11:30 o'clock. The Rev. d. O. Home, pastor of the church, will serve as principal, having general oversight of the school, and will be assisted by a staff of local teachers. An Invitation has been extended to all children of the community and to all young people through the age of seventeen. It is the plan to provide a total of 30 hours of Bible teaching. The students enrolling will have no text books whatever, the teachers to present the work by means of handwork and other materials. Parents have been asked to co-operate by seeing that a regular attendance is maintained. ARKANSAS NEGROES TO PLAY IN DELTA GREENWOOD, June 8 The Greenwood All-Stars Delta Colored baseball club, will play host Saturday and Sunday to the Clay Brooks Tigers of Clay Brooks, Ark, in the Broad Street park. The Tigers have just returned from a tour of Mexico, Advertising Manager William Jackson Edwards announced. Greenwood takes the field under new management with A. D. Clark at the helm of the All-Star aggregation. Saturday's tilt starts at 3:30 with the first game of the Sunday double header commencing at 2:30. AGED MERIDIANITE DIES MERIDIAN, June 8 Joe Farris, aged 65, a prominent merchant of this city died Friday morning at his residence in Meridian, after an illness of several months. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Farris; two daughters, Misses Vena and Victoria Farris, two sons, Fred and O. D. Farris; and one brother, A. Farris, all of Meridian. Funeral services will be held from the residence Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. Father Ellis Nassar will officiate. Interment will follow In the Magnolia cemetery. FEEE ... ESTIMATES ON RADIO REPAIRS We have repaired In excess of 1000 Different Makes Let Us Repair Yours Week!) Payments If Yon Wish Barton's Rental Library In Connection FORD;,S RADIOS Phone 423 222 E. Capitol St. HAVE YOU HEARD- DUKE SUDBURY And His Alabama Cavaliers Now Playing Luncheon and Dinner Music Daily in The VENETIAN ROOM SUNDAY DINNER Served Both Noon and Evening 12 M to 2:30 P. M. 6 to 8:30 P. M. Sweet Gherkins Ripe Olives Grapefruit Supreme or Seafood Cocktail Okra and Tomato Soup or Congealed Consomme CHOICE OP : r ". :r - Broiled Filet of Lake Trout, Parsley Butter Fried Breaded Soft Shell Crab, Tartar Genuine Virginia Ham Glace', Champagne Sauce Jointed Spring Chicken, Country Style, Steamed Rice Special Filet Mignon with Mushrooms Cold Meat Combination Fruit Ice Fresh String Beans - Corn on Cob New Potatoes Home Style Hotel Roll Hot Biscuits French Bread Coffee, Tea or Milk CHOICE OF: Congealed Fruit Salad Hearts of Lettuce, Thousand Island Dressing CHOICE OF: Blue Lantern Pie Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream, Lady Finger Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Jelly, Graham Wafers Demi Tasse GREENWOOD SEES DIXIE BAND MEET Nineteen Groups of South Parade Through Streets On First Day ... GREENWOOD, June ft In one of the most colorful spectacles ever presented here, a large crowd of citizens and visitors watched nineteen bands in full regalia, representing seven southern states parade the streets of Greenwood yesterday. Deputy Sheriff Sam Clark of Greenwood led the parade, many blocks long, which formed at the courthouse, moving through the main streets of the town. On the queen's float were Miss Mary Elizabeth Oliver of Green wood, queen of the Dixie contest lo cal maids, and visiting sponsors or bands among whom were Miss Omega Frost, of the Kilgore, Texas bands: Miss Ruby Ellwood, SInton, Texas: Miss Virginia Mayfield of the Tchula, band and Miss Gela Dutton for the Waco, Texas band. The first section was composed of the Charlotte, North Carolina band with 90 members: Washington, Georgia, 35 members: Sinton, Texas, 54 members; Smackover, Ark, 47 members. Second section: Dupont Manual band, Louisville, Ky., 63 members; Franklinton, La., 45 members; Wax-ahatchle, Texas, 70 members; Heber Springs, Ark., 18 members. Third section: Grenada, 45 mem bers; Coleman, Texas, 54 members; Little Rock, Ark., 77 members; Tchula, 40 members. Fourth section: Montlcello, Ark., 45 members; . Greenville, 35 members; Louisville, Ky., 80 members; Waco, Texas, 70 members. Fifth section: Alcee Fortler, New Orleans, 80 members; Texarkana, Texas, 65 members; Greenwood, 53 members. Equally as colorful was the drill parade tonight at the High school athletic grounds, when all nineteen bands went through fancy drills. Tonight will be given over to con tests with the finals of the Class A bands as the last feature. LENA WOMAN'S CLUB HAS MEET LENA, June 8 The Home Dem onstration club of Lena met Thurs day afternoon. The main feature of the proram was the cotton dress style show. The following entrants were selected to compete in the county style show at Carthage; Mrs. Ludie Talbot, linen dress for sport wear; Mrs. D. P. Morris, print dress for house wear; Mrs. E. V. McDon ald, batiste dress for general wear; Mrs. A. Z. Sessums, print dress for street wear; Mrs. Marion Thomas, crochet suit for general wear Refreshments were served of cake and tea. 8 'CHILD" OF DESTINY WARSAW, June 8 UFl The' hit of the theatrical season was a play that the frightened censor almost killed. It was a revival of the operetta La Belle Helene, greatly revised to shoot barbs at the gov ernment leaders. All of the cabinet members were lampooned. The censor took the play to Foreign Minister. Joseph Beck, who was lampooned most of all. He read it and chuckled, enjoying the piece thoroughly. He told the censor it would be a pity to change anything. B. D. HARDY, SR tIIL m - ' - - -ft- ' ' llllllillllly Candidate For REPRESENTATIVE OF HINDS COUNTY Born and reared in Hinds county. Educated in the public schools of Hinds county. Graduate of Bowling Green College, Kentucky. Five generations have made their home in Hinds county. wide experience in iarmmg, Energetic, honest and have never before been a candidate for any public office. , Magnolia State SOCIETY AND CLUB NOTES Simpson-Marshall - MOORHEAD, June 8 Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Marshall of Moorhead are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Annie Pearl, to Mr. George R. Simpson of Greenwood, The ceremony was performed by the Reverend J. M. Bradley of the First Methodist church of Greenwood, in his home there. The bride's attendants were Misses Christine Scott, Mamie Fisackerly, and Willie Mae Williford. Mrs. Simpson is a member of one of the most prominent families of the Mississippi Delta, being a niece of Senator A. L. Marshall of Rule-ville and Chicago. She has been a member of the Greenwood High school faculty for several years. Mr. Simpson was formerly from Bloomington, Illinois, and is connected with the oil mill business in Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson left for a short wedding trip and, on their return, they will be at home in their apartment on West Washington street, in Greenwood. Day-Darby PHILADELPHIA, June 8 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Darby of Bardale, Neshoba county, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Bernice, to Mr. George Day, cf Philadelphia. The young couple were married on the evening of May 30 in Ackerman with the Reverend A. C. Wallace, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating.. Both Mr. and Mrs.. Day are graduates of the East Mississippi Junior college, Decatur. Mr. Day is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Day, of Decatur, and is now manager of the Powell studio of Philadelphia, where they will make their home. Pupils Presented In Recital PELAHATCHIE, June 7 On Thursday morning at 9 o'clock Miss Alberta Taylor presented Miss Elizabeth Wilson, , assisted by Miss Elizabeth Jane Latimer, of Clinton, in a piano recital, to which relatives and friends were invited. These young ladies have won high honors in the state this year. Both won first places in the regional contests and Miss Wilson later won first in the state. 4 She was the third of Miss Taylor's pupils to win in the regional and state contests. Miss Mary Beth Lassiter, of Clin ton, won second place in the state contest last year before entering Hillman college. The program of these young pop ular pianists included compositions of Bach, McDowell, Chopin and other famous composers. They are both talented and the program was most interesting. Miscellaneous Shower Given ' MONTIOELLO, June 8 A delightful social affair of the week here was the beautiful miscellaneous shower given on the lawn of the home of Mrs. G. Wood Ma-gee, honoring Mrs. Carl -Honea, who until her recent mariage was Miss Aleene Walker, popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Walker. , Invitation was extended by the hostesses to all the maids and matrons of the community, with an unusually large number responding as an evidence of the popularity of the honoree Miss Cloyce Page presided at the register, with Mrs. Magee and other hostesses welcoming the guests. Baskets of vari-colored zinnias were used for decoration for this AN UNUSUAL VALUE. WASHABLE WINDOW SHADES Size 36 in. Wide . 6 ft. Long: Made on a base of tough fiber, double coated, with finest oil finish. Spring Rollers Sic contracting and duduc health work. enjoyable outdoor party. Miss Mary Elizabeth Gibson announced the program numbers. "Advice to the Bride," given in a clever way by Mrs.. G. Wood Magee, was followed by a vocal solo, "Mr. and Mrs." by Ernest Claude , Bufkin, Jr., Miss Polly Givens gave a reading, "June." Mrs. M. L. Brinson and Mrs. V. J. Greer :were winners in a contest. A "delivery wagon" filled with gifts was brought in by Ernest Claude Bufkin, Jr.; followed by many more gifts which were opened and displayed. After the honoree had expressed her thanks, delicious refreshments were served during the social hour. Hostesses were: Mesdames G. Bufkin, L. H Jones, S; , J. Givens, Wood Magee, W. C. Cannon, E. C. E. W. Cowart, Fred Lee, B. P. Rogers, W. T. and D." P. Lambert and W. W. Allen; Misses Lola Selman, Polly Givens, M. E. Gibson, Blanche Wilson, Genevieve Lee, Dot Lowe and Cloyce Page. - Seale-Shnpson HOUSTON, June 8 A wedding nf '.unusual interest to their many friends was that of Miss Louise Simpson of Water Valley, and Mr. Carson Seale of Bruce, which was solemnized here on Sunday, June 2 at high noon in the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. W. C. Stewart, The Rev. W; C. Stewart officiated. Owing to a recent bereavement in the groom's family, only intimate friends and relatives were "present. The bride has recently graduated from the Water Valley high school. stia la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson of Water valley. The groom is a graduate of Mississippi State college, and is mathematics teacher in the Bruce High, school. They are spending the summer at, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, . but will be at home in Bruce after September.. - ',. " Byars-McKibben HOUSTON, June 8 Miss Pauline McKibben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McKibben of Vardaman, was married here to Reuben Byars, prominent young business man of Houston, at the home of the Baptist pastor, .the Reverend W. C. Stewart, who performed the ceremony. The young couple will make their home in Houston where the groom is conected with the City Chevrolet company. . GRENADA REPEATS WIN OVER DREW GRENADA, June 8 The Grenada American Legion baseball nine continued v its maltreatment of the Drew team by again running wild on the bases and at bat to register at 21 to 8 victory. The win was the' local's second in succession without a. single reverse and': gave them a record of 41 runs scored against Drew's 17. Every man on the Grenada nine secured at least one safety to break in on the preponderance of base hits. Jimmy McPherson blasted out four wallops to lead in individual - slugging, - while Pritch Horton garnered three safeties. Pete Lambert and C. C. Provine did the tossing for the winners. The former had to withdraw in the early innings on account of a painful injury. Color Ecru or Green ' 39c NEGRO IS JAILED FOR HANDLING GUN Meridian Black Convicted On Two Charges of Mishandling Weapon MERIDIAN, June 8 Fred Smith, negro, better known to the authorities as "Smiling Fred", was fined $350 and given 210 days on two counts. On one count of aiming and firing a gun at Sarah White, a negress, Smith was fined $250, cost and sentenced to six months in jalL The two bullets alleged to have been fired by Smith narrowly missed several parties seated at the time on the front porch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Priester. It was said that one of the bullets was claimed to have passed where Mrs. Priester, a moment before had been seated in a porch swing and that the other purportedly fired by Smith had narrowly ? missed Joe Stringf ellow, J r., who was among those seated on the porch. C. OF C. FORMED AT NEW HEBRON NEWHEBRON, June 8 Newhe-toron business men, at a meeting held Thursday night, organized a chamber of commerce. Bruce Garner was elected president, and Chance McCOllough, secretary-treasurer. - In a spirited business session which followed the election of officers, a committee, composed of Vernon Riley, Dan Jones, and Olin Seay, was elected to work on a trades day for Newhebron. According to Vernon Riley, plans for the trades day, which is to be conducted Saturday, June 15, are already well underway, and the Newhebron business men are expecting large crowds on each of the series of Booster Days. Dan Jones, head of the program committee, said, "Besides free lemonade and campaign speeches, there will be a series of comical contests, old time fiddling, and a number of cash prizes given away free.' COAHOMA NEGRO KILLED BY AUTO CLARKSDALE, June 8 Ned Mc-Cloud, negro, was instantly killed when he was struck by an automobile at Fourth and Carolina streets in Clarksdale yesterday, Willie Watson, negro, driver of the car which is alleged to have struck Mc-Cloud, is in the Coahoma , county jail at Clarksdale under technical arrest. - -. - - Authorities are Investigating the accident. Watson was turned over to the Coahoma county authorities for investigation soon after the accident. MINE VETERAN RETIRES PONTYPRIDD, Wales, June & (JPy Britain's oldest mine-worker, still hale and reluctant to quit at 80, has finally retired after working 73 years underground.- v He is John Rees, of Treharrls, Glamorganshire, and he started his life in the pit at the tender age of seven. A . taciturn man, his only comment on leaving the dark pits for good was: "It will be strange to see the sunshine every day, all day, now." Ride By Rail IS We Pay Our m Ewirjfbo'dyS (2 ESS J. Davidson Taylor Marries Prominent Ncicspapcr Woman NEW YORK, June 8. -WV-Mary Elizabeth Plummer of the Associated Press staff and Davidson Taylor of Columbia broadcasting system were married today at The Little Church Around the Corner. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lansing G. Pittman. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Max Wylie. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. N. C. Plummer of Bedford, Ind. She attended De Pauw university and was on the staff of the Louisville (Ky.) Courier Journal before Joining the Associated Press staff at New York. The groom Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Taylor of Brookhaven, Miss. He attended Mississippi college and was on the staff of Radio Station WHAS at Louisville, Ky. He Is at present in the production department of the Columbia system. He announced the Sunday concerts of the Philharmonic orchestra for two years. He also announced the maiden voyage of the Normandle. The couple will live In New York. o Tom Thumb Wedding1 An Interesting feature preceding the Golden Slipper Revue to be presented by the Huddleston School of Dancing,, sponsored by the Community hospital, will be the Tom Thumb wedding. The cast is composed of beautiful little girl and handsome little men who take the following parts: bride, Patty Lee Hardcastle; groom, Sonny Barlow; maid of honor, Nanette McCarty; ring bearer, Charles Harlen Boyles; flower girls, Barbara Ray Davis and Shirly Coch: minister. Hunter Kimball, Jr.; bridesmaids, Mary Ann Derrick, Frances Lynn Royles, Ann West, Gloria Ann Bradshaw; ushers, Bobby Lomax, Pat Warner, James Allison, Billy Johnson; bride's mother and father, Dorothy Cook and T. L. Bracket; groom's mother and father, Gladys Thompson and Sonny Mclntyre; guests: Billle Jean Boggs, Charles Farrell, Gloria Ann Wallace, Bobby Ray Hannagan, Marylin Edgar, Mary Lou Wilkerson, Lonnle Wells, Jones, D. L. Chaney, Jean Elizabeth Cage, Henry Bonney, Jr., Betty Sue Bon-ney, Mary Grace Stevenson, Mary Nell Beasley, Jeannene Touchstone, Robert Haynes, and Sue Poole. , Miss French nome from Kentucky1 Miss Ethal French was welcomed home by parents and friends last Tuesday evening after having attended . Bowling Green Business University,, in Bowling Green, Ky for the past two years. She received her A.B. degree this spring after completing a four-year teacher's training ceruse at the unlveslty. Lawrence Henry Shepherd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Shepherd, 351 North Prentiss street, announce the arrival of a son, Lawrence Henry Shepherd, Jr., at the Jackson Infirmary on Wednesday, June 6. Marigold Circle to Sleet - Mrs. D.- E. Martin and Mrs. W. I. Parker will be co-hostesses for the meeting of the Marigold Circle on Thursday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Parker at 214 Princeton avenue. . . h Amarilus Jordan Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Jordan of Columbia are the parents of a fine son, Amarilus, born June 6. Mrs. Jordan will be remembered as Miss Earnestlne Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rogers, McTyere street NAMED OxIbOMMITTEE MERIDIAN, June 8 Council Chas. E. May, superintendent of the Meridian water works department, has received notification of his appointment as a member of the program committee of the American Water Works association. IS CI Support Our Railroads See the "First Train" Visit The Famous Panama Limited.... It will be at the Illinois Central passenger station all day Monday. See just how cool and clean you can ride these hot summer days. Respects to the 1? LAWRENCE FIGHTS SPREAD OF RABIES County Health Officer Orders AH Dogs Muzzled, Confined or Killed MONTICELLO, June 8 In an effort to prevent an epidemic cf rabies In Lawrence county. Dr. T. F, Conn, county health officer, has ordered all dogs In the county to be either muzzled, confined or killed. Following a mad dog scare In the New Zion community, about five miles west of this place, Dr. Conn was called Friday morning to this community to investigate and reports that thirteen dogs had been shot by noon Friday with seventeen more confined and ready to be killed.. - These dogs had been bitten by a stray dog Thursday that was mad and was shot by citizens of that community. Henry Carr, farmer of New Zion, narrowly escaped being bitten by this dog when his own dog engaged the mad dog In a fight, giving Carr time to escape. MXOMB MATRON DEATH VICTIM McCOMB, June 8 Mrs. Phillip Heidenreich, socially prominent young matron of McComb, succumbed at a local hospital about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon after a brief Illness. Funeral services were tentatively set for this afternoon. Survivors Include her husband, a prominent local business man; two daughters, Le Claire, age 4, and an Infant daughter; her father, R. R. Royal and 'several brothers and sisters. MRS. TOM M0BLEY NEWHEBRON, June 8 Funeral 1 services have been held Iron the aifjCD l lilt fICD C . n i Let Us Give You a Demonstration . Open Evenings Wl 9 r. II ' .113-115 8, S&tQ. St. Jackson, Mtss. a im at 10 Run Up Capitol Railroads and their Employees! IL White Sand Baptist church for Mrs. Tom Moblcy, 79, who has lor the past several years has jr.afle her home with her daughter, Mrs. Dan Fortenberry of Newhebron. Death came to the astcd woman after a lengthy illness. She is survived by one brother, Ike Cole cf silver Creek; her daughter. Mrs. rortenbeny. and several nephews. Interment was In the White Sand cemetery with Rev. II. E. rhLUips and Rev. Clack of Shivers conducting the services. , FOOD QUALITY and: FOOD UAIUES That's Why Our SANDWICH SHOPS Are the best known and most patronized shops in Ole Miss. HOW WE OFFER YOU CURB SEE (Parking space available after 9 pm) Goriey Island flo. 1 (Between Mlllstf In'a Jfc Ithealee't Mat Shop) Coney Island Ha. 2 North Lamar Don't be misled by near 2&t names 5 v.. mm? ship WW ay i Ra3 Street r l H t. Ht, . I EPlsiiiiBBiiik o. Coffee Shop Open 24 Hours Daily . Dancing each Wednesday, Friday, Saturday Venetian Boom Open Daily to Luncheon and Dinner EDWARDS HOTEL Each Cash Only Each Cash Only mm Fljvjers Furniture (So. 222 N. Farish 'Street ssbot mm

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