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PAOE TWO DAILY CLARION-LEPGER, JACKSON, MISS. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER' 21,- 1935 O CIE T Y Mr. And Mrs. Hugh William Gates To Give Dance A t Country Club Tonight For Miss Francis Gates, Debutante Recent Brides, Brides-To-Be, And 1935 Debutantes In Spotlight Today As Gay Pre-Ckristmas Weekend Is Concluded With Variety Of Interesting Events One of the most charming of the many social events which have been given in honor of the members of the Debutante club will be enjoyed this evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Hugh William Gates will honor their beautiful daughter, Miss Frances Gates, at a dance at the Country club. The Christmas motif will predominate in the colorful decorations which will add much gayety to the dance. Small silver Christmas trees featuring blue lights will be placed on each side of the large fireplace, where a cozy wood fire will be burning, and a row of ftockings hung from the mantel will give a very realistic Yuletide effect. Above the fireplace, seemingly coming down the chimney in the approved fashion, will be a huge Santa Claus. Red and green streamers will be draped from the chande lier to the sides of the ball room. Bob Cunningham and His Collegians will play for the dancing, A program of four no-breaks, a Leap-Lear leadout, and a Debu i, st Tn?:s TODAY ' Spectacle Maker" Musical Revue In Colors Paramount News m - TODAY ONLY HEIR TO TROUBLE 1 Serial Kartoon TODAY ONLY! SftiDiHffey rox ictuj J Mickey Mouse Kartoon I tante leadout has been announced. At 10:30 o'clock this evening, during intermission at the dance, Miss Margaret Flowers is planning a buffet supper in honor of Miss Gates and Miss Katherine Heidelberg, another of the season's lovely debutantes. The party will " be given in 'the Enochs-Flowers home at 1338 West Capitol street. At 1 o'clock luncheon at the Edwards hotel today will compliment Mrs. Howard R. Gayden, who before her recent marriage was Miss Lilian Mills. Mrs. Noel Mills will be hostess. Two pretty parties are scheduled for this afternoon at 4 o'clock. M'.ss Mary Kate Price, bride-elect of Mr. Bill Wells, will be honoree at a bridge given by Mrs. Craig Reynolds and her sister, Miss Mary Virginia Wells, in the home of ITie'r parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wlls, 999 North State street; and Miss Mary Dudley Gordon, 1310 Robinson, is entertaining at a seat- SOCIETY CLOCK The RITZ Chef Says "Watch this space fcr our -daily specials always tempting menus, prepared and. priced to please SPEC 1AI TODAY Half Spring Chicken Fried In Butter, Steamed Rice and cream Gravy, Hot Rolls and Butter 30c Jumbo Frankfurters and Sauer Kraut. 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Gayden, Saturday, ten J uvenilo-Junior Chaminade club Christmas program at Municipal club house. Saturday, ten-thirty Miss Mar-' garet Flowers, 1338 West Capitol street, at intermission supper for Miss Frances Gates and Miss Rath' erine Heidelberg, debutantes. Saturday, five-thirty until, six-thirty Mrs. Percy Clifton, 808 North State, at tea for Mrs. H. R. Gayden. ed tea for Miss Roberta Francis, who is "to be wed to Mr. William H. Jones of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Christmas afternoon. Miss Taylor's Pupil Play Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the music studio of Clinton High school Miss Alberta Taylor presented the following grammar school students in a piano recital: Frank Stovall, Ray Adams, Joe Stovall, Anna White Eager, Eloise Spencer, Betty Horrell, Mar garet Ann Parker, Shelby Mikell, Edwin Hale, John Goodrich, Charles Davis, Bootsie Muse, Mar garet Williamson, Betty Lou" Hughes, Mary Frances Reese, Gwynn; Green, Mary ;5dna Brown, Mary Bess Ritchie, and Lois Park er. Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the music studio at Millsaps col lege the following Junior students were presented by Miss Taylor: Ann McLaurin, Merle . Buckley, Bob Williams, Dorothy Hathorn, Mary Edna Brown, Mary hathorn, Bootsie Muse, Mary Anna Williams and Frances Hathorn. o ' Xmas In Baton Rouge Miss : Gertrude Carsley. of Clin ton, will leave Sunday for Baton Rouge, where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her son, Mr. A. L. Carsley, and Mrs. Cars- ley. o At Home In Belzoni Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Renfroe and little son, Kenneth, formerly of Jackson, have recently . moved .-' to Bslzonl, where Mr. Renfroe is con nected with the Cullander Machine company. : ..v . O ' ' Holmes-Davis GTJLFPORT, Dec. 19. Miss Dora Lee Davis and Richard Holmes Hopkins were married Tuesday night ui the First Baptist , church with services by Rev. J. N. Brown. The bride is the daughter of . Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Davis, Orange Grove, and for several years has been em ployed by the Mississippi power Co. Mr. Hopkins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M S. Hopkins ol Pitts burgh, Pa., and holds his degree in mining from the Carnegie School or Technology and Is with the Gulf Research and Development corpor ation. . o From Ole Miss Among Jackson students at the University of Mississippi who have arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with their families are Messrs. Billy Sours, Nugent Shands, John Hicks, and Frank Robertson. o Mrs. Coward Honored MORTON, Dec. 19 Mrs. Jodie Coward, a recent briae. was nonorea at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Jack Bates and Miss Bessie Lawrence in the Bates home re rntlv. - . The reception rooms were attractively decorated with bells and wreaths of hollv carrying out th Christmas motif. As guests entered thev registered and wrote favorite redoes and good wishes In a book for the bride. Several contests were conducted during the afternoon, which was ended by the appearance of Santa Claus. The old man invite a tne honoree and the srosts Into the dining room to see the Christmas tree. Delicious refreshments were served the 25 guests present. o Lieutenant Bilbo to Arrive Lieutenant Theodore G. Bilbo of Fort Braeer. North Carolina. Is ar- rivin todav to snend his Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. The odore G. Bilbo at 1731 Robinson. He will remain here until about January 1. o . Mrs. Mclntyre to be Honored Mrs. Innes Mclntyre, who before her marriage was Miss Marianne Nance, will be honoree at an infor mal tea this afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock, with Mrs. L. l. McAllister, Mrs. McAllister will entertain in the home of her sister. Mrs. W. B. Lloyd. 750 Gillespie street. o From Montgomery PERKINSTON, Dec. 20 Mr. Carlton Howard, Miss Connell Howard, and Mr. Earl FarrelL.of Montgomery, Alabama, rts week- end"guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Shattles of Ramsay Springs. Miss Ella Maye Shattles will join them In their trip back o Montgomery to spend the Christmas holidays. - .- DIMPLES AW " Sunny song and dance highlight the glorious romance in Shirley Temple's nsw Fox Film production, "Curly Top." Now at Century. Starlet Twinkles In Tuneful Film The happiest picture t)f Shirley Temple's career, "Curly Top," comes today to the screen of the Century Theatre. In "Curly Top", a charming story oi a little gui wao uaptuxea the aearc of a lonely bacxieior and manes both tnexr oreaius cwiue true, Snmey has - two new songs to sins ana several new ana intricate dance iou tines for aucLenwe approval. In the Fox Film conicdy-orama, John Boles is cast as a bacneor who adopts Shirley and her big iiSter, Rcchelle Hudson. His generosity takes them from the arab and dreary atmosphere of an orphanage to the sunny summer surroundings of a palatial home In Southampton. T.iere the romance of Boles and Rochelle Hudson Nourishes under the childish guidance of little Shirley who sings, dance and laughs her way into their hearts. Shirley is really happy In this picture, lpr she nas tne opporami.y oi .aisp.aying her fuJ talents when she sings "Animal Cramers in My Soup and "When I Grow Up." . Shirley Is noi; the only one to sing in this joyful film. John Boles sings "It's All So New To Me" and "Curly Top," while Rochelle Hudson surprises by singing for the first time, "The Simple Things of Life." Ray Henderson, America's ace song writer, wrote the melodies for all the song numbers for "Curly Top," which was produced by Win-field Sheehan. and directed by Irving Gummlngs.; " S5 . . Mrs. Ryan Gives Pretty Luncheon For 935 Debutante A miniature white and silver Christmas tree centered the attractive tab! arrangements at the luncheon given Friday bv Mrs. Th.d Ryan in honor of Miss Dorot-hv Broadfoot, 1935 debttante. Tall candles on each end of the table shed a soft glow over the tree and the other Christmas appointments on the table. . . , . The reception rooms of the home were decorated with red, green and silver. Silver candles were - used throughout the rooms, and large silver leaves were used with much effect in vases and other containers. Mrs. Ryan wore a " burgundy wool frock;. Miss Broadfoot chose a black wool crepe skirt with a blouse and short coat of green cloth shot with metal. . Gvosts were: Miss Broadfoot, honoree, Miss Katherine . Heidel berg, Miss Jane Saunders, Miss Grace Harris, Miss Kathryn Her bert, Miss Bernice Flowers, Miss Ruth Forbes, Miss Frances Gates, and Miss Jane Walker, of Vicksburg, all debutantes, Miss Louise Green, and Mrs. Vaughan Watkins, Jr. Texas Girl And Mississippian To Be Married Today THatnnnda Watches and Jewelry We Boy Old Gold J. L. ALBRITTON ; ; JEWELER .Onposite Postoffice Phone 3901 Rosemont Christmas Party The : Rosemont Garden circle en joyed a Christmas party Tuesday December 17, in the home , of Mrs. I. E. Bennett, 2918 west Capitol street. Nineteen members and one visitor gathered at nine-thirty In the morning and began work - on linen articles for the Day Nursery. Lunch was served at one o'clock. A con test was held. Mrs. R. S. Hux won "the contest by making the . best Santa Claus with material fur nlshed. Gifts were distributed to each member from the Christmas tree. At the close of the party a box of clothes and toys were collected to be given to a needy family. o From Randolph Macon Misses Mary Jane Eaer and Mit- tie Elizabeth Creekmore are arriv ing this afternoon from Randoloh- Macon college in Lynchburg, Vir ginia, to spend the Christmas holi days with their parents. They will remain in Jackson until January 5. 6 -Rosecraft Luncheon Twenty-five members of the Rosecraft. club assembled in the home of Mrs. R. S. Neyland, West Acres, Thursday at 1- o'clock to en joy a delightful luncheon. The reception, rooms of the Ney land home were beartifully deco rated with cut flowers, and Christ mas decorations. The dining table, covered with a handsome lace cloth was centered with a lighted tree. Seven small tables centered with tiny trees were arranged in the liv ing room and dining room. The story of the birth of Christ was impressively enacted In a pag eant. All stood and sang "Jingle Bells" as Santa Claus entered and pre sented each member with a gift irom the huge Christmas tree Mrs. George Armstrong. In behalf or the club, presented Mrs. J. B Sullivan with a handsome sewine basket and Mrs. B. W. Lauchly. Ella crisier, L- b. Biggs, with lovely Dr. and Mrs. Alberto G. Garcia, 1200 Newnlng avenue, Austin. Texas, have' announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eva Kuissy, to Haver C. Currie. Mount Olive. Mississippi, an alumnus of Millsaps college and now a "resident of Austin. Texas. .The wedding will take place this evening. , ; Miss Garcia graduated at the University of Texas in 1933, and since that time has spend several periods of graduate work there. She has studied voice under Miss Lucile Morley and Mrs. J. W. Morris, well-known voice teachers of Austin. For the past two years she has been teaching- in the primary division of the Austin public schools. Mr. -Currie is a graduate of Millsaps college, and in 1933 received the degree Master of Arts at the University of Texas. He holds the degree . Bachelor of Divinity from Austin Presbyterian Seminary, and the Master of Theology from Lou'-sville Presbyterian Seminary. Recently he has worked in Austin, Texas, while doing part-time graduate work In .the University - -of Texas. After a brief wedding trip the couple will be at home in Austin, where Mr. Currie will' continue graduate study in the University of Texas while working as Federal research writer, and as director of religious education at the First Presbyterian church of Austin. ; O To Honor Bride Mrs. Percy Clifton will compliment a recent bride, Mrs. H. R. Gayden (Lillian Mills) at a tea In her home at 803 North State street this afternoon from 5:30 until 6:30 o'clock. : o Guest of Miss Saunders M'ss Jane Saunders, president of the 1935 debutanes, has as her guest this week-end Miss Ramelle Eason, of Hernando. Miss Eason arrived Thursday to attend the Girls' Dinner club that evening al the Edwards hotel. She will return home T-vciday after attending all three of the Jackson week-end dances. o- Arnold-Herring THOMASTOWN. Dec. 20 Mr and Mrs. J. B. Herring of this place are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Nellie Theresa, to Mr, W A. Arnold, also of Thomastown. The wedding will take place at an early date. Guests In Fox Home Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fox, 1017 Pine-hurst place, have as their guests for the Yuletide season their daughters. Miss Gladys Fox and Mrs. Ross Brown, and Mrs. Brown's two attractive children, Patricia and Billy Ross. Mr. Brown will arrive in Jackson in time for Christmas. Miss Fox is spending, the winter in Oxford, Mississippi, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brown. . Miss Brown at llome Miss . Edith Brown, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Claude Brown, arrived yesterday to spend the holidays in the home of her parents. Miss Brown is a member of the senior class at M. S. C. W. .; - o- James Wesley Fruden, Jr. The Reverend and Mrs. Wesley Pruden of Little Rock, Arkansas, announce the arrival" of a fine son James Wesley Pruden, Jf at the Baptist hospital in Jackson on De cember 1. Mrs. Pruden will be remembered as Miss Ann wilder, of Jackson. o Mr. Wright Here Mr. Mims Wright is arriving Sun day from Washington, D. C. to spend the Christmas holidays with his father. Dr. W. R. Wright.- and his sisters, Mrs. John Bennett, Mrs. Lawrence Eong,. and . Mrs. Herbert Forrest - ' : . ' : . o -From Chicago Mr. Harry Watson, Jr, and Mr Sidney Watson have arrived from Chicago to spend their ten-day Christmas vacation with their par ents, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Watson, 2329 West Capitol street. Their many friends are delighted to have them back home again. ; - - o To Memphis - PERKINSTON, Dec. 20 Miss Beatrice . Shattles, of . Ramsay Springs, left last - Thursday - for Memphis to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Schutlz, - ; . -0- Piano. Pupils In .Recital '- PERKINSTON, Dec. 20 Mrs. Julie Allen Huff,' presented the following; pupils in a piano recital in Pinola-Stonewall auditorium on Wednesday evening. Christine Bishop, May Nell Tuen' nison, Aretta Sanford, Maxle Lee, Dot Rlggan, Doris Lee, Mary Rush S h e p p a r d,'Geraldine Griffith, Dorothy Blackman; Beulah Williamson, .Miriam Boggan, Kathleen Bush, Roby . Nell . AUred, Katherine Mulllns, Verna Allbrltton, -Eula Donnell, Snookle Allen, . Dorothy Dix Lewis, Joyce .' Spell, "; ' Brownell Maxwell, Peggy Ruth Hemphill, Eloise Speed, Chestene Lowry, Vir ginia Lewis, and Betty: Gardner. . o - Canton O. E. S. Elects Officers CANTON. Dec, 20-The- Order of the Eastern Star held its annual election of officers on Thursday evening, in the chapter room In the Masonic building. The lollOwinR officers were elected: Mrs. Maggie H. Smith, worthy matron: S. W. smith, worthy pa tron: Mrs. J. J. Davis, associate matron; J. J. Davis, associate pa tron; Miss Fannie Smith; secretary; Mlc Mfltrpi Ben thai. treasurer: Mrs, . Madeline Yoiintr. conductress: handkerchiefs in appreciation of Mrs. Ethel Green, associate conduc- rhPlr mlpnmrt wart nrnflr I . m mi ir. -v. tress; sa.t. vuguua magec. ia their splendid year's work. Club members were glad to wel come Mrs. owayze Neviana as a guest. pianos Grands and Uprights - GRUNEWALD'S 502 E. Capt St. Tel. 2411 Start A Set Of Wedgewood China For Christmas Century Elec. Co., Inc. 516 E. Capita St. lain; Mrs. Gene Sandidge. marshal: Mrs. Lyda Nelson, organist: Miss Elizabeth young, Ada; Mrs. Lorene Smith, Ruth; Miss Ella Mhoon Ben thai, Esther: Mrs. Dora Winana. Martha: Miss Theodosis Sandidge Electa: Mrs. Ethel' Cullen, warder T. H. Sandidge. sentinel. . These officered will be installed at a regular meeting before the beginning of the New Year with Mrs Wllpha Mansell, of Camden "acting as installing, of fleer. With this ex cellent staff of officers the chapter will accomplish much, during the ensuing year. CENTRAL CADETS SEEN IN PARADE First Public Appearance of R. 0.. T. C. Battalion Presented Thursday Jacksonlans were given their first view of Central high school's R. O. T C. cadets In full dress yesterday In the initial parade of the battalion. -Following a dress parade on the baseball diamond at the fairgrounds, when Prof. J. L. Roberts presented the colors to the unit, the cadets took to the streets and marched back to the high school via Capitol f treet. - Hundreds of Christmas shoppers paused to watch the uniformed boys swing down the street to the cadence of music of the Central high school band. Heading the line of cadets was Battalion Commands Richard Wilkinson, with his adjutant. Lieutenant D. W. Hawkins, and sponsor, CoiTine Acker. Company commanders and their sponsors were Captain Edgar En-gels and Billie Louis Guynes, and Captain William Barrett and Louise Smith. The boys showed remarkable precision and efficiency la handling their arms for the amount of drilling they have had and Jacksonians orided themselves In possession of the unit. . WASHINGTON Merry-Go-Round (Continued from Page One) year round recipients of every conceivable variety of gift. When President Harding died he left a whole storeroom of personal gifts. Several trucks were needed to carry away , the gifts given Coollde and Hoover during their incumbency, funds in The Democratic Digest "A Penny A Day Keeps The Elephant Away." . . . Massachusetts Congressmen have brought word to the Capital that ex-Governor Alvin T. Fuller, of Sacco-Vanzetti fame, is planning to seek another term on the Reoubllcan ticket next year. . . According to flmres just compiled by the Labor Department workers have filed suits aggregating . $'00,-0CO.0O3 for ailments due to Industrial diseases since the introduction of workers' compsnsstlon laws in the U. S. . . . Reason for the American Liberty League's sudden announcement that it would file with Congress quarterlv statements of Income and expenditures was the tip riat New Der"s were planning a congressional probe cf the organization's finances. By voluntarily oosn-ing Its books. League masterminds hone they cn forestall an investigation. . Five states have already submitted plans tc Surgeon General Cummins for obtaining grants from the $8.000000 fund set m In the Scclal Security Act for health promotion. The states are, Utah. Arizona. California, Colorado and New Mexico. - Tuewell Tape - The personnel office of Tugwell's Resettlement- Administration still is checking the credentials of "aooli-cants who have been holding down their Jobs for months.. Meantime. new workers wait six and e'ght weeks after the job begins before getting their first pay. check. . . . Uncle Dan Roper Is purring with pride over the first fruits of his new trade plans with Latin America. Chile's Undersecretary of Aviation will drop down from the skies next week on a trip from Santiago to buy two new U. S.-made amphibian planes for Chilean - air lines. . , . Holger Cahill, big boss of Hop- inns' art projects, was born in Ire land. Life's biggest thrills for Ca- 'ehmanized You Can See the Difference Here is A-l odorless cleaning that brings your personal clothes back- to you cleaned and pressed as you like to have them- ready for .. business and social wear in the front ranks. . Telephone for prices and yeave the rest to us. .4 When clothes are dirty ring seven-thirty Laundry and Lehmanized Dry Cleaning :. hill lie In uncovering old American art objects. . . . Pet hobby of Nels Anderson, big boss of Hopkins' Labor Relations, is compiling a history of Mormon settlements la Ltah. As a youthful hobo, Anderson was given a job by a Mo.man and later joined the Morman Church. ... Delegates to the xecein Washington meeting of the Republican National Committee are wondering who wrote the anonymous letter each of them received setting forth six reasons for nominating Herbert Hoover. . . . Charley Curtis, Hoover's Vice-President, who has been taken tack into the pary councils, forecasts that Landon will come to the Convention with the largest number of pledged delegates. . . . There are only 203 workers In the entire Rural Electrification Administration. . . . TVA's Director Dave Lilienthal reports a new trick played "by: private utilities fighting extension of TV A lines. They estao-Ush a "holding station" by the simple device of unloading a Di2s:l generator in an area they want to preempt. More Vulnerable Some of the President's shrewdest oplitical advissrs want him to ease up in attacks on bankers: instead concentrate his fire on utility interests. The argument is that with the utilities resisting govern-aient regulation under th3 Holding Company Act, they how offer a more vulnerable opposition than the bankers. . .v.Earl J. Christsnberry. secretary to the late Kingfish Huey f-nng. is doing pub'icity work for the ToTvnsendites. Friends cf Christ-enberry say he revived $2,500 to manage the recent Townsend convention in Chicago. . . . Assistant Attorney General John Dickinson believes In taking no chances. He keeps a list of all callers ard the TVects he discussed with them. . . Why bother about playing th- stock market. The special Issue of Graf Zeps'In f tamps, sold at a face va'ue of 50 cents, is now sell'ng at prices from $1 to $3. The stamo was taken -,ff th Poctoffice list last June. The Increase in price is the mort rapid for any U. S stamn In ye?rs. Director J. Edar Hoover has sent out a request to radiT amateurs to a:d h!s G-men In testing the shortwave transm'sioa of cro-ne reports. The Eureau of Investigation is conducting experiments with a view to setting up a surer-pow?red radio station in Washington for broadcasting crime flashes to - federal 3?ents. . . . Secretary Harold Ickes sets aside one hour dally for receiving members of his staff to talk ever inter-office problems. Ary subordinate wirhfng to see him may make an appointment during that Watches Diamonds Jewelry TWO STORES Majestic Arcade 414 E. Capt. St. hour. . . . Rail Coordinator Joseph B. Eastman has confided to associates" that , unless Congress makes his post permanent he will decline another appointment if offered. His coordinating authority expires June 16 193C, after which he will revert to his regular status as a member of the Interstate Commerce Commission. . . . .Representative Vito Marcantonio, insurgent Republican from New York, is planning to demand a congressional investigation of the work-relief administration In Manhattan. Marcantonio claims that there are 25.000 families in New York City whose applications for relief have been held un by red-tape for more than six weeks. (Copyright. 1935. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.) IS? Over Adkisson Hardware Price Lis1 Hecclite Plates, each S15.00 Tissue Tint, each $12.50 Rcbber Plates, Gold Pins, ea. $10.00 Cheaper Rubber Plates, ea. ...$7.50 Extraction $100 Fillintrs $ 00 PcrVlaln Fillings SI. 00 op Gc!d Fi!l:n-s $100 op Gold Crowns $5 CO SR. BATSQn Telephone 3G56 Over Adkisson Hardware Co. School "BUSINESS TRAINING PAVS" Standard Lire Building DAY SCHOOL NlfiHT SCHOOL AND HOME STUDY COI'KSFS Phone 6764 J. P Clark Prin. SEE US FOR OUR XMAS SPECIALS NOW ON ESeclric Studio Upstairs Opposite Istrlone Phone 586 For Appointment When Pictures are made cheaper the Electric Studio will make tnem.' XilS KATES ON THE G.C1.&H. Low Round Trip Fares Are In Effect To All Points in the Southeast SELLING NOW, AND UNTIL JAN. 1st., 1936 Tickets Are Good to Return Until January 31, 1936 TI1ESE FARES ARE ON A BASIS OF ltf CENTS PER M'LE TRAVELED Our Agent Will Furnish Additional Information Upon Request PHONE 5ST TOD WILL ENJOY RIDING THE REBEL," THE SOUTITS ONLY STREAM-LINED. 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