Orlando Evening Star from Orlando, Florida on December 2, 1936 · 6
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V V PAGE SIX THE EVENING REPORTER-STAR, ORLANDO, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 2, 1936 II axel Bo wen, Singer On Vespers Program At Knowles Chapel WINTER PARK (Spl Mlaf Hotel F.owen of Winter Park, contralto. be the student guest artist on Professor Herman T. Siewert'a or-f an Tee per program this afternoon at ft o'clock in Knowlcs Memorial Chapel. Miss Bowen, a senior at Rollins College thia year, baa appeared on numeroua musical pro-grama In Winter Park and Orlando, and It well known in local music circle. Mr. 8lewert's program, which la open to the public, will Include the following numbers ; Prelude and Fugue In C minor, Bach; L'Arlealenne Suite, No. 1, Bizet; Prelude, Allegro; Andante, Minuetto. Carillon; Meditation to fit. Clotilde, Jamas; My Laddie, Thayer; The Cry of Rachel, Turner Haael Bowen, contralto; Serenade, ToeeUl; Overture to "Die MeUter-ainger," Wagner. A class meeting and aupper will be held at 6:30 o'clock, Thursday evening at the home of Dr. Harrison McMains, on East Livingston Avenue. The Degree of Pocohontas will hold a bazaar in front of the First National Bank on Friday and Saturday. Anyone having articles to contribute is requested to take them to the place designated by 10 o'clock Friday morning. t 11 "1 :W; ' "I Feel Like a New Person" mitet Mr, E. Knight, of 1611 Tyler At., Detroit, Michigan. "Before my baby came I waa rundown and weak. After he waa born n friend of mine recommended Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. When I had taken it ahort time I felt like new peraon altogether.- I am only twenty years old but I am a housewife with two children and I certainly know what thia medicine will do." 98 oxtt of 100 Women nrv iiervuus? urvu, run down? Can you take care of your home and family as you ahould? tiet bottle of this medicine today. Liquid or Tablet Form. Carriers' Auxiliary Business-Social Meet The auxiliary of the Letter Carriers' Association held a business meeting followed by a social hour Tuesday evening at the home Of Mrs. Harriet McGarrliy. During the social hour refreshments were served, and "Santa Claus" tree was held, at which time, everyone present was given a gift. Members present Included Mrs. Cathleen Langley. Mrs. Florence M-Klnnon, Mrs. Elneta Detue, f Bessie Studstill, Mrs. Mlna 1. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Mrs. Mary Wiv Mrs, Ruby Bumgardner, Mr. Os-bola Ray, Mrs. Carrie Wlngert, Mrs. Mae Mi-lrose, Mrs. Annabel! Bu- chan, Mrs. a. MacSmlth, Mrs. Eula Stringer, Mrs, Mary Anderson, Mrs. Emma Brooks, Mrs. Florence Stand-ever Mrs. Harriet McOarrity and onevisitor, Mrs, Nottingham. Society Personals Mrs. Cleveland Massee is expected to return the latter part of the week from Macon, where she has been the guest of Mrs. Anne Massee. Mrs. Walton McJordan, who has been ill since Saturday, was reported much improved this morning. Mrs. T. A. Evans, of Atlanta, Ga., has arrived in Orlando to spend the Winter season with her daughter, Miss Mattie Sue Evans, at her home 212 Anderson Street. Mrs. R, M. Hudson has left for Miami where she will attend the State Federation of Art Clubs, to be held at the Miami Biltmore. Miss Edith Davenport, of Zellwood, accompanied Mrs. Hudson. . Mrs. William H. Zlegler, of Mount Tabor, N. J., has taken an apartment at the Colonial Orange Court for the Winter season. Mrs. M. E. Getting, of the Bar-bizan Plaza, New York City, is in Orlando for an extended visit, and is a guest at the Colonial Orange Court Hotel. Mrs. L. Denney, of Ridgewood, N. J., Is a guest at the Colonial Orange Court, where she expects to remain for some time, C. E. Whitmore and family, and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Mlrgler, of Chevy Chase, Mel, weie guests at the Colonial Orange Court for several days while on a tour of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. O'Hara, of Pittsburgh, Pa., are In Orlando for an extended stay, and are guests at the Colonial Orange Court Hotel. A turkey dinner will be served from 5 until 7 o'clort Thursday afternoon at the Orlando Christian Church, on East Church Street. SHAWN AND HIS ORLANDO MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM HON., DEC. 7th. Prices !0c $2.00 Tickets at Ban Joan r X tl , : I if ESS cMfoH Vy V fl UNITED FORT cum ! fj MADGE EVANS S JjCC ' frito!? Mft k J EDITH FELLOWS IMM nLiprU, glvA DONALD Mjy5 Fmo7 " ff$M ; l 'P0TRIT 11 Addrd I Ss-ijf i J Comedy ! l J V j Novelty . v - - 1 1 , . -3 Class Executive Board Holds Meet, Luncheon The executive board of the Ala-thean Class of the First Baptist Church held luncheon Tuesday at Mrs. Slgsbee'a Ta Room., Preceding the luncheon the regular business meeting of the board was held at the church. Those attending were Mrs. Elmer Jones, Mrs. B. O. Richardson, Mrs. '1. R. Cloud, Mrs. J. O. Wlllox, Mrs. 'ole, Mrs. R. L, Pierce, Mrs. Flora, Irs. Era Hlnton, Mrs. H. B. Raul-stone, Mrs, O. A. Stringer, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. C. Browne, Mrs. E. C. Flanagan, Mrs. W. R. donee, Mrs, J. H. Lott. Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. H. B. Stripling, Mrs. J. O. Sholar, Mrs. E. D. Smith, Mrs. J. R. Vaughn, Mrs. H. R. Walker, Mrs. Redd, Mrs. W. C. Lanier. Junior Welfare Assn. To Sponsor Opening Night of Dog Races Plans for the open.ng night of the dog races, which will be held on Monday evening, Deo. 38, to be sponsored by the Junior Welfare Association, were discussed at the meeting of the association held this morning at Fair Oaks. Mrs. Martin Andersen, Mrs. Edward M. Newald, and Mrs. Fred Crowell will be the general chairmen for the arrangements. Mrs. Crowell will have charge of the sale of tickets, and serving with her on the committee will be Mrs. James Arthur Ford, Mrs. William Sinclair, Mrs. Kenneth Tlndall, Mrs. Rolfe Davis, Mrs. Byron King Jr., and Mrs. Burton Smith. Mrs. Andersen and Mrs, Crowell will head the advertising committee which Includes Mrs. Eric Ravndal, Mrs. Walton McJordan, Mrs. Fred Tegder, Mrs. John N. P. Huttlg, Mrs. Cecil Floyd Moore, Mrs. Frank Gray, Mrs. Linton Allen, Mrs, Vernon Hunter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. Claude Anderson, Mrs. William Capehart. Mrs. Worth Lat-ta, Mrs. Walter Gielow, Mrs. Rob ert Tilly, Mrs. William Sinclair, Mrs. William Jayne, Mrs. Spencer Folsom, Mrs. Charles Collins, Mrs. Sylvan McElroy II, Mrs. Jack Crum-mer, Miss Virginia Woolfolk, and Mrs. A. 0. Marshall Jr. Plans for the . New Year's Eve dance to be given at the Country Club of Orlando, to be sponsored by the association, were made with Mrs. Fred Tegder and Mrs, Parker En-wright named as chairmen. The dance, which will begin at 11 o'clock in the evening and continue until 4 o'clock will be open to the public. COOKING COLUMN One of the nicest things for luncheon or dinner, in Summer or Winter is cosomme or soup, and since MRS. GILBERT OSINCUP Is noted for the grand things she has to eat, we're giving you one of her " freclpes. It's a novel one, and sounds Mrs. Young, Hostess With Morning Bridge . Mrs. Alex E. Young was hostess this morning at a delightful morn, lng bridge party and luncheon held at Carlyn Manor. Mrs. John A. Black, Mrs. Homer Brelafora, Mrs. James Burden, Mrs. William 8. Branch Jr., Mrs. W. J. Clapp, Mrs. H. R. Cloud, Mrs. A. T. Colth, Mrs. Cecil Coats, Mrs. W. A. Cooper, Mrs. William Corkhill, Miss Helga Ebsen, Mrs. Harvey Freeman, Mrs. Arthur Goodwin, Mrs. W. C. Hall. Mrs. E. R. Renaen, Mrs. R. E. Hinshaw, Mrs. Sam Hutchins, Mrs. H. A. Ingley, Mrs. H. A. Lasseter, Mrs. Charles Llmpus, Mrs. Hugh Merrill, Mrs. Ormond McAbee, Mrs. Cecil Coats, Mrs. W. A. Cooper, Mrs. V. H. Nuckolls, Mrs, R. A. Perry, Mrs. Frank Petrle. Mrs. Charles Potter, Mrs. E G. Rich, Mrs. Whitney Spiegel, Mrs. J. R. Springer, Mrs. Orville Stringer, Mrs. Silas Trumbo, Mrs. E. L. Reid, Mrs. Oeorge D. Wing. Jones Bell Miss Mary Elizabeth Bell became the bride of William Alvln Jones on Saturday night, Nov. 28, in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their home at 515 Grand Avenue. FOOT CLINIC Treating Arthritic and Nrnrltlr conditions of the foot and 11. Nail condition! and arch troubl. DM. OISI.RR AND GISLER CHIROPODISTS Opp. Poat Office Ground Floor Phone SSI3 Winter Park Society By Louise Plymplon Phone 397M WINTER PARK (Spl) The regu lar business meeting of the Winter Park Junior Woman's Club was held Tuesday night at the Woman's Club, Plans were discussed for the com ing Christmas holidays. Mrs. Rob ert Daugherty, Miss Louise Plymp-ton and Mrs. William Winslow are on the committee to meet with Mrs, Gordon Jones. The art and drama department will meet next Tuesday evening to discuss the movie, "Dodsworth" and to work on the bazaar. Mrs. Frank Kuhr will also appoint her committee for the program the Juniors will present Friday afternoon, Dec. 18, at a joint meeting of the Woman's Club, Garden Club and the Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. Dick Datson named Miss Thirza Fluno and Mrs. Donald Kenny to represent the club Sunday, Dec. 6, at the Orange General Hospital. There will be a meeting of the Winter Park High School Home Room Mothers at 10 o'clock, Friday morning, at the school. Mrs. E. Louis Anderson, chairman, urges all mothers to be present in order to complete the membership report. The executive board of the High School P.-T. A. will meet Thursday, Dec. 8 at the high school at 3:30. On Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Wo man's Club, the Woman's Union of the Winter Park Congregational Church are putting on a bazaar called, "The House Beautiful," There will be a display of gifts and many articles for each room of the house. Refreshments also will be served. Mrs. Henry H. Brigham of Glen- coe, 111., has arrived in Winter Park to be the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick W. Cady for the Winter season. : s - Winter Park's University Club, or ganized In 1034 and now having a membership of 152 representative of 90 institutions of higher learning thruout the world, opens Its third season on Saturday, Dec, 5, at 8 P, M., In the Alabama Supper Club of the Alabama Hotel. Speaker of the evening will be Dr. Eugene R. Shippen, club president, who will give an account of the Harvard Tercentenary, an outstanding event in the history of higher education In the United States and of concern to the entire academic world. Dr. Hamilton Holt and Bishop William F. Anderson, both of whom attended the Tercentenary exercises, are expected to give some of their experiences of this memorable occasion. Previous to the meeting there will be an Informal club supper at the Alabama at 8:30 P. M. Entrance to the club Is from the Lake Maltiand side of the hotel and ample parking space has been provided. Transportation to the meeting place at the Alabama Hotel will be provided if members will be at the chamber of commerce building at 6 to 6:15 or 7:30 to 7:45 P. M. All men holding college or university degrees are cordially invited. delicious I Beet Consomme 1 cup beet Juice (either fresh or canned.) 1 cup stock from fresh beef or 1 can beef broth 1 stalk celery chopped fine ' 1-2 teaspoon salt. Dash pepper 1 dessert spoon gelatine 1 teaspoons caviar 4 slices lemon. . Simmer 15 minutes or more. Strain and then add one dessert spoon gelatine which has been soaked in cold water. Add one tablespoon lemon Juice and pour into cups in which is one teaspoon of caviar. Serve with a slice of lemon to each cup. Makes four cups. Announcements Orlando Chapter 131, O. E. 8. will give a bridge party Thursday, 2 P. M at the home of Mrs. Howard Lott, 614 Woodward Avenue. All members are invited. Junior Class of the Nurses Train ing School of Orange General Hospital, will sponsor a benefit bridge tonight at Sorosls House. The public is invited to attend and play begins at 8 o'clock. Orlo Vista P. T. A. will meet Fri day at 3 P. M., at the school. . TOWN TOPICS Local Girls to Model Jane Withers' Clothes There will be a fashion revue of Jane Withers dresses at the Grand Theatre Saturday night at 8 o'clock in connection with the feature picture starring thb young actress in "Can This be Dixie?" The following local young girls will model Jane Withers dresses, which are available exclusively in Orlando at Yowell-Drew's: Helen Martin, Evelyn Martin, Edythe Guernsey, Helen Guernsey, Helen Glenn Mathews, Betty Dyer, Grace Dorothy Boardman, Joyce Perdue and Lucie Marie Perdue. Each girl visiting the young girls' department on the mezzanine at Yowell-Drew's , Thursday will be given an autographed colored picture of Jane Withers. New Citizens Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Meyer are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son Tuesday afternoon at the Orange General Hospital. , Mr, and Mrs, George Allhouas of Mount Joy, Pa., arrived recently to pay four months visit to the City Beautiful. Mrs,' Ethel Mansfield of Forest-vllle, N. Y, la spending the Winter with her brother and his wife, the M. E. Townes. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mankamyer have .come from Ohio to spend the Winter in a typical Florida cottage. They're expecting to stay In Or. lando permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manls of Frederick, Md., arrived this week to spend several months In Florida's healthful climate. This Is their first trip to Orlando and they're feeling perkier already. It wasn't just plain clothes but uniforms that made the men at Catherine Haughttn's "open house" for Mary Pierce, we hear. The boya from Citadel all dyked out, and Joe Guernsey especially, with caps pulled down almost to the tips of their noses, looked as if they were ready to charge in real military fashion. Those white silk yloves added the snazzy touch. Mrs, Paul Richard Selder and her little daughter Judith arrived last night' from Washington, ' D. C, to visit with Mr. . and Mrs. W. C. Weckerle. Mr. Selder will Join his family for the Christmas holidays. Young Judith has already bedecked herself with the partial contents of her doting "drandma's" jewel box and is making overtures to Orlando people. M. A. Smith has a mystery on bis hands this morning. Altho there're no pedal boats on Lake Lucerne to chase them away many of "his" ducks have disappeared. He hadn't noticed their departure at firet, but the sightseeing tourists made the complaint to him. Must have been the recent cold snap or the lure of the recently opened sugar mills, he conjectured, that sent them away from their decorative haunts on Lake Lucerne. This morning localities were al. most led to believe that a few Span. Ish rebels or Russian Communists were in town when a spark-plug bomb, placed in the struggle-buggy belonging to Louise Plympton, went off with a ssssss-squeee-boom I right in front of The Sentinel-Star office. Louise was Just stepping on the starter to depart when the bomb Ignited and exploded. Black amoke poured forth from the engine of the roadster and people poured forth from surrounding store, while Louise stood there gapping with surprise and shock written all over her face, Identity of the practical Jok. er still remains mystory, but at least we know the riot which ensued was only one of curiosity. Thomson A McKlnnon has In. stalled a second wire In 1U brokerage office, located at Its new offices on Wall Street, O. A. Chryst. manager, said yesterday. "We have installed this wire two weeks earlier than last year to take care of the heavy flow of business. W also have added another -operator and another clerk," Mr. Chryst aald. Roman Comedy Studied Mrs. C R. Hansen led the study of Roman Comedy at the meeting Tuesday of Orlando Chapter of the Delphian Society. Others taking part Included Mrs. Clyde . Hlgglnbottmm, Mrs. J. O. Otey, Mrs. Charles Goodman, Mrs. Charles Francis Fawsett Jr, Mrs, Marcellus Moss Jr, Mrs. Walter W. Rom, Mrs. Leland. Daniel. , QUICK SKIN RELIEF 3t llcklne aulclllr toallnf, Kill! huh ! far AthltH'a Fact, Tl, with TalUrlaa. Kill! HUM ( Ilea. SMihlnf. Coalln in a. Bait for A lick and all paraillia akin IraubUi. Al all eruff Mora. uaarantaaa Mr. and Mrs. a Neal Medlin, 711 Otis Place, announce the birth of a son Tuesday at their home. The buby has been named Robert Gene. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Brpkaw of 1718 Garvin Street, announce the birth of a son Tuesday morning at the Orange General Hospital. Shriners To Hold Luncheon Thursday The Shriners will hold a special luncheon1 meeting at the Temple at noon tomorrow, J. Kelly Thresher announced today. The famous Shrine 'goat' will be on hand. FLAMINGO FEATURING! FRED AUYVATER C. B. S. Orchestra TWO FLOOR SHOWS EVERY NIGHT SPANISH DINNERS Cotartl aw Dally, ISc Saturday LAST DAY! MAT. 25o EVE. 30c DOORS OPEN 11 A. M. DOUBLE FEATURE n TH ftata IN THE SKIEStSp 1'PfcnJrc w MrTiirt HtfliJL, 4 IREATH Xaiff TAKij6j Aim g ' "Texas f Ranker ' with , Oakla J I .. .. .-J ' STARTS TODAYI MAT. 35c EVE. 40c DOOKS OPEN V. M. EQGG" oka. FRANK McHUGH JOAN BLONDELL ALLEN JENKINS 3 COMING SATURDAY! Orlando's Own BUDDY EBSEN In ... J jr 2s 7 ex i -I. lay Dal (nth naWaa'aa Jatlr CwMailitf MHMJ STIWART vieewri BRUCE LOUIS' PRE-INVENTORY 131 North Orange SALE If VALUES VALUES VALUES Here is the sale that sets new value standards for the year. Women's Size DRESSES Sizes 16'2 to 2Wi and 36 to 44 No more Is It difficult for those who wear women's sizes to be fitted 5orrectly and smartly These outstanding dresses are amrmg the leading values at the sale, .and of course, .the usual smartly styled smaller sizes Whether rn rrt Yon Will To. Pay Or 3i)U Recelve Unsurpassed Value WHAT CAUSES EPILEPSY? IS THERE A CURE? A booklet containinf tha opinions of famous doctor! on thia intaraittnf subject will ba aant FREE, whlla ther )!, to any reader writing to tha Educational Division, III lifts Avanua, Now York, N, Y Dept. D.M1. a-V 34 W. Central tfi,J DINNER .... . ..50c SPECIAL .....25c RESTAURANT Apcturcof WATCH caritftx I EXPERT WATCHMAKER First National Bank Bids Continuing Thru All This Week STOIB SALES GEORGE'S "Smart Shoes" Think of buying "George's Smart Shoes" at such sensatlcn! low prices. Is It any wonder that crowds are flocking to George's . . . why you and yon and yon should take advantage of values that may not be duplicated for a long, long timer Please shop early this week! Over 1000 Pairs In this grouping you'll find quality shoes featuring new styles and colors! Our regular $195 and It.SS grades. Specially priced for this tale at $159 pair. Must Make Room For New Spring Stock Over 900 Pairs n) .59 ti Actual values to $8.00. Our finer grade of footwear. Blues, browns, blacks, greens and combinations. High medium and low heels. A remarkable value at $2.59 pair. . M i New Shoes Taken From Our Regular Stock ii Thursday-Friday-Saturday Efiiiia Jctttatlclic Choice of the house. Every pair of Enna Jettick shoes reduced. All regular $5.00 and $6.00 values.. Don't misa this opportunity ! ' mi Z7 'ORLANDO'S SMARTEST FOOTWEAR" 1 101 S. Orange Ave. l -I a ! . Perfect Gifts For Her o NEGLIGEES LOUNGING PAJAMAS 5-H to ft K X $2750 K K I ft Selections are now complete and wise shoppers are already choosing their gifts. Here you will find unusual creations from the leading designers of Hollywood and New York. And prices are really extremely moderate. A Small Deposit Will rlold Your Selection or Select From Dozens of Other Gifts . HOSIERY SHOP Beachom Theatre BIdg. g 1

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