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t - - ' -- m - - DAILY CLARION-LEDGER, JACKSON, MISS.,'- SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1934 PAGE EIGHT A Til jJmXum- Hf' V 'f LIU W)So s 2 N D M . E?am. c0i i llliri1111 ' "hi s Church'Going, Club Meetings Mark Final Week Installation of New Chi College Holds bpotlight oi Interest m Pre-Easter Week ; Dances are Scheduled for Next Several Weeks, Small Affairs are Held The final. week of the l i j o-i- ii at. I. I. son society heeding the: call, of the church as various , congregations of the Capital each day during the remaining time before Easter brings to a close the observance of this sacred period. b in meetings wi a in the calendar, while various organizations over the ' T 1 3 T7 J wiy nave piaimeu easier egg nurus ior xne youngsters. While church-going will of the last week of season, an event of much im- portance is scheduled Saturday afternoon when the M Chi sorority of Millsaps collegers formally installed as a chapter of Chi Omega, national social sorority. This local group has beenf petitioning Chi Omega for the past two years and the granting of the charter wil form a strong link between the national organization and 'the Jackson alumnae. Society moved at a slow pace during the past several days with only luncheons and a few dances occupying the time. Saturday the Girls Dinner dance club honored their new members, while last night the Chesterfield's entertain ed at another of their delightful dances at the Little Amory. En tertainments were also given during the past weefc by-the American 'Legion Auxiliary, the Rainbow Girls and other organiza tions. Easter Sunday Is expected to bring forth several announcements of engagements , and approachin marriages, and will Inaugurate an unusually busy month for Jack- eon's social set. Plans axe being completed by tlie Girls cotillion club for their an nual Spring formal to be . held on Friday, April 6. The Girls Dinner dance group will enter tain early in May. An - entertainment to be at tended by the college set has been announced for Thursday night at 10 o'ciock at the Edwards hotel when the Gamma Alpha Lambda fraternity, local organization, will be hosts at a pretty affair. Saturday found several Jack- Bonians attending the Alpha foigma Pi dance at ' Mississippi otate college. in college circles small events, mainly picnics, are being held by eoronues ana iraternities. Another ; special treat for this week will be the concert of the Mississippi Woman's college clee club which will be given Monday mgnt at the First Baptist church to wnicn music-lovers of the city are in vi tea. Two Easter cantatas are to be presented tonight in Jackson churches. At " the St. Andrew's Episcopal church the choir of the Holy Trinity church of Vicksburg tH71 rrttra nH 1 1 will give, the well-known composition by Theodore Duboise, The Last seven Words' of Christ." Mrs. Malmo ,-Minter, former Jackson musician, will direct the chorus. At the same time at the Capitol purees jvaetnoaist church the same cantata will be presented oy a cnoir of S3 voices under the direction of Virgil Posev. This afternoon at the municipal airport thousands of Jacksonians wij get one of the biggest thrills of their lifetime as thev urafh the special air show sponsored by junior Auxiuary. Mllo Bur-cham, holder of the Inverted fly- jwiiu, as scneauied to re peat nis performance of upside ciown nying as well as other siums. proceeds from the show will be used for the Baby Clinic, ' a special project of the Junior Auxiliary. o ' Three-Fold Life Club to Meet The Three-Fold Life Club will meet Tuesday evening at seven-thirty at Draughon's Business College. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP QUALITY CLEANING CAREFUL PRESSING OLEAf Phone 6137 Free Delivery This cities. Bronze Henna Pack $1.25 1EHS HOT OIL TREATMENT $1.00 Finger Wave .... 35c Without Drying .25c WHERE YOU GET THE 503 Standard Life . Of Lenten Season Here Omega Chapter at Millsaps Lenten season will find Jack- City plan special services so no a an lmnorrarr mace 1 i 1L. J. be 4 the dominant activity High School Srs, To Be Honor Guests m, c n tpt itl i,. fr . uancers Tne local chapter of the M.S.- o.w. Alumnae is sponsoring a performance by Miss Emma Ody Fool and her M.S.C.W. ranrs. here Wednesday, March 28, in the ball room of the Edwards Hotel at 8 o'clock. The High School seniors will be their guests of honor. Before coming here. the dancers will on Tuesday be presented in Canton, as a -feature of t.hft r- gram of the Canton celebration of their hundred years of growth Their volley ball team will give a sKiiied snowing here Wednesday afternoon when they will play - an . SSrvf' L Annual Benefit Bridge Party Sponsored By Legion Auxuiary is again reminding its friends of the Annual Benefit Bridge Party scheduled for 'the afternoon of Anrl! 7 at th T?hfrt V Tja fcn Apm 7, at the Robert E. Lee ho- The proceeds will be used to car- ry on the Community Service work Billy Harris, Carl Moore, Billy Bar-of the local unit. , then, L. V. Dukes. Binv ar. A 1934 membershio card will eamit ail Auxiliary memoers with- ...... .. . ... . ... out, cost. Now is the time to get enrolled. Mrs. B. M. Brady is treasurer of the Auxiliary and will answer any questions with regard to shin in the Auxfllanr and rpserro- -x- - " tions for the party. Phone her at fQi Crnz-Bonner Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bonner, 505 North West street, are announcing the marriage of their daughter. Pauline, to Mr. Philip Cruz, of Ha vana, cuoa, tne wedding having taken place September 4, 1933. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bonner are students at L. S. U In Baton Rouge, Louisiana. i o Mr. and Mrs Burnett Return from uwww. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burnett have TPtiimprt from-f.TiPlf vpto rloHwhtf-Ml honeymoon spent In New Orleans and Biloxl, where they enjoyed the lovely spring flowers and the motor trip through the southern part 1 of tne state. Mrs. Burnett will be remembered as Miss Mamie Dee Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett are now at home at 760 Arlington street, with ur. and Mrs. Oscar Conner. . . o Mrs. Fannie Julienne Visits Sons Scores of friends of Mrs. Fannie julienne, or Spartanburg, South Carolina, will be glad to know that she Is visiting her sons in Jackson, xvirs. uuiienne was Dorn ana rear- ed in this city and is one of the finest musicians in the state. O - -.:..V;-Lv.' MacDowell Music Club The MacDowell Music Club will meet at 10 o'clock, Wednesday morning In the chapel of Belhaven College. The president, Mrs. 'J. W. Bloomfield, will preside and the program on "Animals and Insects n Music" will be under the direc tion of Mrs. J. B. Woolum, fourth vice-president. 0 Get Your Spring PBEiMAKBOT Before the Advance In Prices MAXINE OIL WAVE 2VIAXINE SPECIAL 32.00 wave sells for $10 In other Mackasey's Push - Up Wave, Natural Looking, Soft and Very M'Cfl Beautiful iJw-uU Beautiful- Lare, Soft Waves With Ringlet Ends. Perfect Shampoo and Finger Wave 50c Eve Sharon Cosmetics BEST OF EVERYTHING Phone 6638 linen swifn Order Of Rainbow Girls Sponsors Brilliant Dance The Masonic Temple was a beautiful scene Friday morning, March 16, when the Order of the Rainbow for Girls entertained popular members of the younger set with a dance. The ballroom was beautifully dec- 2a spring ; flowers and chjo. vcxy enjuyacue music was rendered bv Laveiie war? and hu orchestra. .The chaperons were as STS w :SSr mi w l Southeriand Mr. and Mrs. c. a! ooieu, jvir. xwo juawe, Mrs. j. t Sff w.S. LS3113' and ...oB'naiu. Tne Members and their dates were: Elmlse Fant, George Edwards, IS&.Sr&E? Fioyce Dean Jcnnson, Hal Taneii; gevin Bolen,. Phineas Stevens; SyerS1: dtook; Ava Nell Bradley, Berlin Passons; Mary Louise Winslow, Gorden Stuart, Jr.; Elsie Sorsby, Charles Bailey; Martha Varnado, Hayes Sneed; Ruth Fraser, Felix ixvicj. ux , xuius ooniison. Aivin Hartman: Claudia Carroll. John -ruiier; Eva Mae Ferrell, WiUiam Simmon: Doris Ashlev. i-easeiey; Margaret Bishop. Millard -timings; vivian Cone. Woodrow Al llson; Stella Frankinson, Billy Kim oreu: uatnerme Williams. .Tohn ..aimaagei Mary Moora Farish, J, ' cuuen; Carolyn Henderson, rle Wright; Oches Lovelace, mmeic ivioore; Sydney Starr, Guy i,?.1111.' csmner, Vernon I ?,aaL J?,ermc.e. Crosby, Jake f11' Aarii? Jonnson, Howard Manis; Viola Tillason, Buck Young: uuiua iiarper, inward Berry; Virginia Wunch, Geor?e Metcherle? and Frances Forsvth. Armin Van Suetter. Among the stage: 1. f eley Godwin, Archie Dickson, jane, ijnaries cpears, Charles rux., jiauey Aieaaows. rjvrra Anon SSiSSr Sfnl?xH BilJlNance Jepa. ?frers Loa smith, McRae J. T. Gordon. W. C Rlirlrlpir Woma I . ' , w ffifSSS1 SS4"? T , faef wiuiam: MrbVnH "v ' 'V4" George r or Des, w. k .Garrett, Lennard Clark, Billy Bean. David Wim wSv tZZ? Jim Stewart. Roderick I Ot- l n ' . . -"v..,j, joomt jt., jsen Bardy, R. e -cAiuieiiian, i?red ward, Judson Spencer, Billy Hoffpauir, Benny rJf1 Jor?,a. Sidney Wat- xuarneu, Erwin Graham, , member-Tjimmk Cnrirn rt , worni Con' Pd .Brooks, Jeff jjcanua, r-eie KiDiec, jack Smith. Billy Henderson, urnn. it- a ' . others. r - .vv.ik, uxaujr University Club Sunday Night Buffet Supper The University Club annoimm that they, will have their usual Sun day night buffet supper at 6:30 with j Wui ftv! and Mr rs. Russell Bynum as mem X?LBi entertainment commit icvciviiig. Pretty Birthday Party Little Miss Mary Frances tp entertained her friends in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fran- S,2l:1!2SZ.ot ? o ciock celebratine her eleventh Dirtnaay. Many interestinj? eames and rrm. tests were enjoyed throughout the evening. In the contests the luckv ones were Jane Davis Cnnnrp oiituius ana osepn xsang. Pi l i . . x- Alter tne games they -were invited into ti dining room where beautiful yellow snrins flo-wprs wau yeiiow spring flowers graced the-table. Sandwiches, cakes, c "u icea armies were enjoyea. iviany Deautirul and lovely gifts were received .ip little hostess. Those present were Jane Davis Susan Thompson, Lady Rachel Conner, Annie McNair, Margaret Ann Howell, Etta Louise Lolipr I Jeanne Howie, Addison Wright, Jr.. jari Mcfnerson, John Barr, Bert Miller, Jr., John Jennings. .Jr. oupre snanas, Donald ; Downie Charles Carmichael. WiMar Tln-n Joseph King and Ben Becker. Mrs. Laura Lee assisted Mrs. Lee in entertaining. Mr. Odom From Chicago Mr. S. Odom of 259 OFerrpll street has recently returned home alter a business trip to Chicaffo. Mr. Odom will resume his work as engine foreman in the L C. yards after being off since his accident in' January, 1933. : "' o - ' Barnes-Xeal PELAHATCHIE, March 24 A wedding of much interest to a wide circle of friends Is that of Miss Augusta Neal to Mr. James Wal lace Barnes, of this place. The I Sy.lJJSl .i." v miv uuuic vi ncv. i being made has come as quite a surprise to. their many friends. The bride was becomingly attired in navy blue with harmonizing ac- was the groom's sister, Mrs. S. O. ...w V-' F UtkLliUHllt I Duncan,- also m navy blue Mrs. Barnes is the very popular and charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, K. Neal, and is a former member of the faculty of the New ramaence.- school. The groom Is Barnes, and is a present member of the faculty of New Providence. The young couple will be at home to their many friends In the Holly Bush community. Their, friends wish for them every happiness and success Chat life can bring. ic un ji j.vxr. win ivirs. .t. v. Mrs. Linton Candler 4? mm 5 . Claiming state -wide interest is the wedding which took place in Tallulah, Louisiana, on the ninth day of June, 1933; when Miss Ruth Bailey became the bride of Mr. Linton Candler Leggett. Mrs. -Leggett is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Turner Bailey of Pelahatchie. She attended I T" I-. 11 T.11 m m S.T. C. at Hattiesburg; and was votea one ci tne most popular girls in scnooi. Ho-hum and spring Is here. . . . .The lure of the glorious' sunshine gets Gay Lee out. early and there is the urge of a stroll or perhaps a game of tennis GLIMPSES: Saw Ruth Sparks strolling down the street with a ferocious looking bulldog, presenting a picture that would do justice to any magazine ad. ....Mrs. R. E. Kennington and Cordelia' Burkitt, in a parked car, chatting.... A lot of the college set home from Ole Miss are Kathryn Herbert, Shirley Robertson, Hazel Harrison, Robert Wells, Mary Gillespie, Charlotte Capers, Hugh Gillespie, and Quite a few others.... Mary Gale in a brand new blue ensemble.... Emma Katherine Faser dashing into the post office with a batch of letters which turned out to be none other than "the invitations to the swanky Girls Cotillion Club spring dance, which is to be given on April the sixth and to which those -fortunate enough to be invited are eagerly looking forward.... Jean Fly sauntering along in a white swagger suit. . . .Mrs. John- Turbeville, quite the most delightful person.... Mrs. W. G. Plummer and Nancy, driving about Emmett Ruble, a former Mississippi college grad, returned to his home in West Point after a hasty jaunt to Jackson last Tuesday and Wednesday...-. Otie ! Bridges, formerly of Columbus, who made a huge hit here a few .winters ago on a visit to Margaret HlMm, Is now living in our . midst Mrs. C. Walter Jones and Wanda, vivacious people . . . .Mrs. Henry Faser leaves in the morning for THE CHATTERBOX Jnrknn IFnmin'c It fl 1 A JULKSOn 9 V. Oman S IrOlf Hub Announces Benefit Bridge The Jackson Women's Golf Club has announced a benefit brides. party to be held at the Jackson Country Club on Thursday, April 12, 2:30 p.m, This is a newly organized club, endeavoring to create more Inter est in competitive eolf in thp. r.itv. and funds rierivprf frnm ti ViHrfo-p Icartv will be used to carrv on this work. Mrs. J. T. Williamson is chair Girls Dinner Club Honors Neio Members With Delightful Luncheon At University Club Saturday at 1:30 the members of the Girls Dinner Club honored their members with an elegant luncheon at the University Club. The tables were beautifully ap pointed, and the lovely centerpiece was of exquisite spring flowers. Honorees were: Miss Ellse 'Marks. Miss Margaret Sharpe, Miss Martha trn -dvX,' rr,, Denton Thompson, Mta'jS a Trfj. irt. ur t S2f SS'krPeSe ?S3S2 ?Lsld' 6 r" owauao,- ? ?;rnD! nt were: Miss w . . ' 1161611 sosweiL Miss Hadenia Buck, Miss Beasley Improves After Operation' Miss Bobbie Beasley. of Union school Community In Copiah County, is doing nicely following an appendicitis operation at the BaPtist Hospital. She is now with ber aunt, Mrs. W. L. Watts, 660 South Congress Street, and is be- lag showered with every attention from her many friends here. . Leggett, Recent Bride asp.' ivxr. Lieggetc is the son of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Leggett, formerly the presiding elder of the Methodist church of the Jackson district. He attended Millsaps college and the Jackson school of law. He is now with the Swift and Company of this city. Since the Awo families were the only ones who knew about the wedding it will be a very pleasant surprise to their many friends who wish them much success and happiness. Philadelphia to" be the guest of her son, Henry Minor, and where' they will enjoy many good shows and concerts. Elizabeth Wheeler becomingly clad In a dark blue wide-wale pique suit. . . .Rowena McRae, the essence of chic in a riding habit of green gabardine. ... CHATTER: A very charming visitor last week was Louise Pack, whose home Is in Laurel, but who has been teaching in Greenville this winter, was being shown the highlights of our city by attractive Leone Shot-well. ...Edith and Henry Floyd with their son, Arthur, are soon to return to Jackson.... Friends are rejoicing over the convalescence of Miss Marie Henry from a throat operation.... Catherine and Hastings Kendall's baby girl, no older than last Monday, Is their pride and Joy.... Also, Margaret and Fred Lotterhos have a darling baby girl, born on the seventeenth. Jackson Is atwitter with the air show that Is being today sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary. . . . An excellent performance was held yesterday afternoon and the one to take place this afternoon will surpass all all previous ones and will be attended by smart society. , . Seeing Mrs. C. J. Ingraham and Genevieve, a pretty mother and daughter. ... Glad to hear that Louis Patterson is improving after quite a spell of sickness. . . . Gertrude Stevens looking extremely smart in black and white. . . . Went to see Maude McLean who has been ill with measles but will soon be out again. . ' Yours. GAY LEE Party At Country Club man with Mrs. O. D. Brinkley, Mrs. L. M Gaddis, Mrs Ed Lee! Mrs. J. T. Fretwell, Mrs. Carl Seutter and Mrs. A. G. Wilde heading the - various committees There will be a prize for each table, as well as prizes, for highest scores. Reservations can be made by phoning Mrs. J. T. Williamson at 5176 or Mrs. Charles McNair at 932. : Miss Letitia Chambers, Miss Mig-nonne Caldwell, Miss Dorothy Dean, Miss Bernie Flowers Miss Mamie Rush Floyd, Miss Lorene Foster, Miss Frances Gates, Miss Grace Harris, Miss Adele Howie, Miss Elizabeth Holmes, Miss Almeida Hollingsworth, Miss Eugenia Law rence, Miss Theresa McDill," Miss Ann McKeithen, Miss Helen Bob ertson, Miss Camille Penix, Miss Mildred Rouff, Miss India Sykes, Miss Polly. . Williams, Miss Alice Weems, Miss Charlie Prichard, Miss Mary " Sue Burnham, Miss Merle Cates, Miss Frances Maxwell, Miss Heloise Segura, Miss Jane Saunders and Miss Shirley Roberson. Southwestern Representatives" National Music Guild For Miss Henrietta Pyle, Southwestern representative for the National Music Guild is at the A. Gressett Music House where all teachers anxious to revive interest in the study of piano may interview her. The Guild's project is The National Piano-Playing tournament which has awaitened remarkable interest in music throughout the nation. Lovely Jackson Girl Married To Little Rock Minister A marriage of interest to a large circle of friends, here and In Arkansas, was quietly and beautifully solemnized Friday, March 23, at 8:30 P. M. when Mrs. A. J. 'Mlze of this city gave in marriage her lovely daughter, Miss Anne Wilder, to the Rev. J. Wesley Pruden of Little Rock, Ark, This charming wedding was said in the presence of the immediate family and close friends, in the home of the bride's sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sarris, on First Avenue, which which, was made bright and cheerful with a profusion of sweet peas and other early spring flowers. Mrs. L. T. Brantly, becomingly gowned in an Alice blue dress with touches of white, rendered the nuptial music. As the strains of the wedding march, from Lohengrin, sounded, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sarris, who were the only attendants, entered through the dining room, where the officiating ministers awaited the bridal couple. Mrs. Sarris was attired in a triple sheer navy blue frock with accessories in beige, and her shoulder corsage was of pink sweet peas and rose buds. The bride and groom entered together, and this beautiful girl was never more lovely than on her wedding night. This delightful romance had its beginning two years ago when everend Pruden was pastor of the First Nazarene church of this city. The bride was beautifully gowned in- Roosevelt blue, pebble crepe with touches of white, with small close fitting hat with nose veil. An arm bouquet of pink radiance roses and sweet peas completed her lovely costume. The impressive single ring ceremony was read by Rev. M. M. Moore, pastor of the First Nazarene church, assisted by Rev. Miss Julia L. Bass of the Methodist Protestant church. During the ceremony Mrs. Brantly softly played "Flower Song," by Lange, and for a recessional, 'Wedding," from Mendelssohn. An informal reception was held following the ceremony. The beautifully appointed table in the dining room was covered with a rich lace, over a pink cloth, and centered . with the elegant wedding cake which was cut by the bride, and served with cooling punch, followed by an ice. , At eleven-thirty a delicious buffet supper was . enjoyed, after which the bride changed to a be coming grey swagger suit. Rev, and Mrs. Pruden left on the one- thirty train for Memphis, where they will spend a few days with friends before going on to their home in Little Rock. Mrs. Pruden will make a most effective and sym pathetic co-worker for the groom hating served as leader In mos every department of church work, of which she is a member. Her sweet Christian character, and pleasing personality Jive endeared her to all who know her, and will be appreciated in the grea work to which they are both called. ' Keverena pruden is an accom plished young minister of the Nazarene church, having received his Theological training at Beth any-Peniel College .in Bethany, Oklahoma. He was actively engaged in evangelistic work In Arkansas before coming to Mississippi, where he held the pastorate of the First church of the Nazarene In Jack son, for two years. Reverend and Mrs. Pruden have many friends, who wish for them many happy and useful years, as they begin their life together. Cj Birthday Party Mrs. Joe Barranco entertained her beautiful little daughter Doro thy at a lovely birthday party, at her home on Hughes street Friday afternoon March 23. It was Dorothy's ninth birthday, she entertained forty of her little friends, they all enoyed an Easter egg hunt and many otner games. The home was beautifully deco rated with spring flowers carrying uuu wie easier mom. uorotny received many lovely gifts. The hostess served delicious ice cream and cake assisted by Mrs. W. E. Dun-lap, Mrs. R. McDavid, Mrs. Martin "ear, ivLrs. v. j. j-iaKocca and Mrs D. Maggio. The friends attending were Marie WiHIs, Mary Elizabeth amit, James Hilton. Dvman Lanrf -roh-t, ley, Shirley McDavid. Ann AdHn. son, Sam Fryant, Jr., Dorothy Gre- w, w&epiune ana donn Barranco Martha Wright, Gladys Smith, Earl Allen, Jr., weeta Ellen Fisher, Celeste Nance, Charles L. Darby, Jr., Mae, Constance anr Domthtr gio, Martha Ann Stout, Jimmy Bell, ivxcumu, Aiary jJUIUap, Car-mella Greco, Catherine Gibbons Elaine and Dorothy Joseph, Mary Nell Sales, Addle Laura Ralph Marley Jr., Christine Droke, neicu jDctxraxicu ana .patsy Ttuth Patterson. . Those awarded prizes wer -niA-r Walley, Addle Laura Mary DunJap, Shirley McDavid and armeua ureco. o ' Mr. Weir Returns To School After Illness The teachers and classmates of the Deaf School are happy to have Gordon Weir return to school after aweek's illness in his home on North State Street. . o Woman's Club Meets The Woman's Club held its sec ond monthly meeting Wednesday March twenty-first at the Y. W. C. A. - The program was in charge of Mrs. C. M. Moter, using as her subject "Women of Today ia Drama." New Kappa Delta President 0 ,4 v. "A S 1vio.vvv,s,.a . -.V,v. Wi.yv4A sAww.v VvVnoi Miss Frances Gates, the lovely young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gates, 910 Madison street, has been given the singular honor by her sorority sisters of being elected the new president of the Kappa Deltas, at Millsaps College. Miss Gates will finish Millsaps next year, and she is one of the most popular of the co-eds. Miss Gates succeeds Miss Dorothy Dean, who has served as president for the past two years, and who is now in her senior year. o Easter Egg Hunt Tlanned For Children of Former Belhaven College Students Another of those delightful Belhaven College Alumnae annual Easter Egg Hunts for the grandchildren of the College is being planned for Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All children of former Eelhavpn girls are invited, and the members of the alumnae association are urging all former student tn their children attend the hunt as ! a great treat is in store for each child. Last year the first of the, ras ter Egg Hunts was staged with so much success that it was decided to make it an annual affair. f v Easter Shoes That Will Make You "A Dream Walking ' At Prices That Will Appeal To You! Whites Greys Navys Combinations The shawl, oxford, in. white buckskin in white elkin black and white, and in brown and white. A Goodyear-welt leather sole for school or sport wear. AAA to B. NEW STYLES ARRIVING DAILY! Built-Up Leather Heels! High-Heel Ties in Newest Colors! SH 95-S89-si9290 Cash Mail Orders 20c Era' District Six To Hold Contests Here - , March 31st Mrs. W. A. Langley, chairman of District Six of the. Mississippi. Federation of Music clubs, announces that the district contests will r ,be held at the Municipal Club house. in Jackson, on Saturday, March 31st. starting at two hi the afternoon. . Counties in this district Include, Washington, Humphries, Yazoo. Sharkey, Issaquena, Warren ' and Hinds. Winners in the contest will enter the state contest to be held in Hattiesburg; April sixth. o Mrs. RIdgway to Moss rolnt and New Orleans Mrs. Charles Robert Ridgway, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Em-mite Harrell, of Norfolk, Virginia, is visiting in Moss Point, with their brother and sister, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis. They will later visit with Mayor and Mrs. George Wood, friends, after which 'Mrs. Ridjwav and Mrs. Harrell will go to. New Orleans to meet their brother and sister, Dr. and Mrs. William Bryant Lewis, who will arrive from the Belgian Congo, Africa. .. o . ' Sympathy For Dr. And Mrs. It 1 f v . w iiauMre in moiners iiiness The friends and relatives of Dr. and Mrs. R. Halfacre, North State Street, are sorry to learn of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Morris, at -Seminary. Mrs. Morris has been In failing health for many years, but has had a sudden change for the the staff of the Mississippi State Hospital, rushed to her side, accompanied by Mrs. Halfacre and little y Rupert Nell. Mrs. Morris many friends are wishing for her a very speedy recovery. CLARK SCHOOL "Highest Quality Training and best Placement Service" DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL, and HOME STUDY COURSES STANDARD LIFE BUILDING Phone 6764 J P. Clark. Prin. i- . v m r r jr A beautiful bow pump in blonde, white, grey or navy. AAA to B. Light, airy and dressy.

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