The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on August 13, 1937 · Page 10
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PAGE EIGHT THE Phona 1275 WEBB AVE. M. E, CHURCH WILL HAVE picnic The Sunday school of Webb Ave nue Methodist church will have its annual picnic Saturday afternoon, August 14, at Whitsett, eight miles west of - Burlington. The Dupils of the Sunday school, the members - of , the church and their friends are cordially invited to attend the picnic. The group will meet ' at the church at 1 o'clock and go from there to Whitsett in cars ana trucxs. mere win room for all who desire to Ample games, recreation and tertainment are being provided for all ages. Come with a big smile and a well - tilled supper basnet. Improved J. Hocutt Way has been ill at his home on South Broad street but shows improvement at MD SUMMER SPECIALS Y S6.50 Nu - Ray Machineless I - V Waves S4.50 V TQr7 55.00 Machinelcs: - Superwr - e S3.00 51 - 50 Croquignole Ringlets fl Shampoo & Finger Wave 45c and 35c E"A'S rfFfl'iTY SHOP 4th Floor Natl. Bank Bids - Phone 1717 HEAD APPEAL handsome heroes, and romance at. the Country Club .jarty, your week - end party, or garden teas, a newly styled hair do to make your look as fragile as an old valentine, as vixenish as pan, or as sophisticated as you please PERMANENTS s250 10 ;10 $1250 MARIE'S BEAUTY SALON 207 Sec Bank E'.dg. PHONE 1864 MRS - LOIS NEWCOMB MRS. ADDLE WARREN LEA PERS0ML - IZED FLOORS" OF SEALEX LINOLEUM m Enjoy the thrill of designing your own "Personal - ized Floor" of Sealex Linoleum. With thenew Sealex Insets, Feature Strips and Borders, it's remarkably easy and surprisingly inexpensive too. Just as you choose your design, so you choose your price ranging from a few cents up, . for these latest and most effective aid?, in floor decoration. Come in and let us show you how simple it is to get an exclusively designed "Personal - ized Floor" of Sealex, the modern inlaid linoleum! NEESE - SHOFFNER WOMAN'S PAGE MARION BROWN, Editor Miss Gladys Sandlin Gives Dance At Stonewall Springs Stonewall Springs was the scene , for delightful informal dance last evening when Miss Gladys Sandlin entertained for her house - guests, Miss Jewel Sandlin and Woodrow Sandlin, of Raleigh. The club nickelodeon furnished music from 9 until 1 o'clock in the rustic lounge which was decorated with zinnias, marigolds and gladioli in basket arrangements. The big apple was a special feature of the dance and from a crys - Mrs. Virgil Martin Receives At Bridge For Several Brides Mrs. Virgil Martin entertained last evening at her home, receiving at bridge for her sister. Mrs. Prank Plorance, who prior to he; recent marriage was Miss Hazel Eudy, and Mrs. E. A. Inman, who was formerly Miss Connie ; both of this city. Sharing honors with Mrs. Fiorance ana Mrs. in man were three other brides. Mrs. Ben Lee. Mrs. Paul Dav.s and Mrs. Almon Mclver. Mrs. W. C. Mull wearing a mist grey gown of organza received at the door and extended the invila - ton in the spacious living room here Mrs. Martin headed an in formal receiving line composed of her special guests. She chose for tie evening a DiacK taneta gown nd pinned at the v - neckline a single white gardenia. Mrs. Flor as were a wrist corsage of buds. Mrs. Inman selected blue taffeta and carried a party hand kerchief of dubonnet chiffon. Her rs were a cluster of purple scaboscia. Mrs. Davis was attired in black net with white trim and wore red roses. Mrs. Lee wore a blue lace redingote over taffeta and her flowers were a spray of tube 51. MARKS CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL TO GIVE PAGEANT More than 40 students are enrolled this week in the Daily Vacation Bible school of St. Mark's church, which is directed by the pastor, assisted by Mrs. J. H. Rob - jCnurch in Hillsboro. ertson, Mrs. Ben Ciapp and Miss Rev H B P6rter; Presiding El - Grace Clapp. der of the Durham District, per - A children's dav program Is plan - i formed the impressive ring cere - ned for this Sunday at 11 o'clock Imony in the presence of relatives which will include a pageant of j and numerous friends. He was as - worship entitled, "Building a Chris - listed "by Rev. J. V. Early, pastor tian Neighoorhood ' hy Glady: earlier Mathias. 666 Uqaid, Tablets. 5alve, Nose I tops MALARIA in 3 days COLDS first day Headache, 30 minutes FURNITURE CO. tal punch bowl iced punch wa served during me evening. Cliaoerons for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sandlin, parents of the hostess, and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bryant. Among the out of town guests other than Miss Sandlin's visitors were Miss Hannah Beatty cf Charlotte, who is visiting Miss Virginia Holt and Miss Adelaide Price of Tarboro guest of Miss Frances Ross. roses. Mrs. Mclver's gown was of green chiffon and her corsage was an arrangement of red roses with white gladioli pedals. Mrs. J. A. Saunders stood at the end of the line and passed bridal tallies to eight tables grouped in the living room, dining room and sun porch. Mrs. Edmund Cur - lee directed to tables. The home for the occasion was lovely with many summer flowers, a note of pink and blue predominated in several crystal bowls of pink verbena and blue forget - me - not, while more stately blooms were used in vase arrangements. Mrs. Hal Anglin held high score and was presented a gold cross on a chain and Mrs. Norman Riddle received cut prize, a box of guest soap. Mrs. Florance was remembered with china In her selected pattern and Mrs. Inman with a crystal celery tray. The other three brides were given identical crystal bon - bon dishes. A delightful ice course in green and white, with decorated cakes and nuts and candies was served as the game closed. Mrs. Martin was assisted in this courtesy by Mrs. W. C. Mull and Mrs. Edmund Curlee. LINER - COLEY WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED AT HILLSBORO The wedding of Miss Gladys Evelyn Liner of Hillsboro and Rev. Herman T. Coley' or Eureka was solemnized at 7:30 o'clock on Tues - m - r,ir,o - in Hip First Mflt.hodist of the bride, and' Rev. S. F. Nicks, former pastor. James Spoon, Dumont Eskridge, and Mar.on Allison served as ushers for the occasion. The church was decorated with white dahlias in tall standard bas kets and fern. Tne vows were spo ken before the alter. Before the ceremony. Acmes Lou ise Wilcox of Greensboro played softly the Indian Love Call by Friml, after whicn R. D. Troxler, soloist, of ' Burlington, sang "At Dawning" from Cadman. This was followed by Carrie Jacob Bond's "I Love You Truly," which was rendered as a duet by Mr. Troxler and his sister Miss Vesta Troxler, also of Burlington. During the ceremony Miss W - lcox played softly "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life", by Victor Herbert. To the strains of the bridal chorus of Lohengrin from Wagner, the bride and groom entered unattended. The bride's gown was a model of white mouselleine de sois, embroidered in sufc' medallions. It was made on princess lines, and skirt extended into a semi - train. On her head she wore a spray of orange blossoms from which extended a finger tip veil. She carried an arm bouquet of white asters and white rosebuds tied with satin rib - For traveling, Mrs. Coley changed to a jacket model suit of black alpaca, trimmed with white srros - grain, with accessories of black and white. Mrs. Coley is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. c. Liner ol Hillsboro. She received her education at High Point College and .s at present employed as secretary to Bonner D. Sawyer of Hillsboro, Attorney at Law. Mr. Coley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coley of Eureka. He was graduated from Wofford College in Spartanburg, S. C., - where he received the degree of A B. At present he is doing graduate work at Duke University, and is pastor of :he Eno Methodist church at Hills - After a brief wedding trip the young couple will be at home in Hillsboro. Out of town guests included Misses Mary Stevens, of Wilmington, Agnes Louise Wolcox, Greensboro, Mary - Tice, Burlington, Margaret Dxon. High Point, Virginia Grant, Roanoke Rapids, Mary Coley, Eureka, sister of the groom, Vesta Troxler, and R. D. Troxler of Burlington. To - Myrtle Beacb Carl Webster, Ray Nally and Leon Jones are leaving this evening for Myrte Beach to spend the next 10 days. SPECIAL ON ALL PEEMANENTt $3.00 Duart Waves $2.51 $2.00 OU Wave $1.00 Shampoo & FinRerwaTe 35 All Work Strict!; Guaranteed MISS FARM CROTTS, Mgr 310 S. Main St Over Main St. Drug PAM'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone 1867 THE BUBHNGTON (N. C.) DAILY TIMES Phone 60 Birth Announcements Mr and Mrs. Robert Gerrall an nounce the birth of a daughter, Shelby June, on August 12 a! McDade's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atwater announce the birtn or a son tms morning at Dr. Troxler's hospital. MISS HELEN STONE ENTERTAINS FOR HILLSBORO BRIDE On Monday evening, at 8 o'clock Miss Helen Stone entertained at her home in Hillsboro, honoring Miss Gladys Liner, of Hillsboro, whose wedding to Rev. Herman T. Coley, of Eureka, was solemnized on Tuesday evening at the First Methodist church in Hillsboro, The entertainment was in ine form of a kitchen shower, and the bride's color scheme of green and white was carried out in the decorations, refreshments and gifts. The living room cf tne nome was ttractivelv decorated in summer flowers, ferns, and other potted plants, and miniature wedding bells ;ere draped irom tne windows wnu . miniature bride and groom were ttached to the light in the center of the room. At the conclusion ol tne contests Mrs. J. R. Foster, Miss Buoy Thomas and Mrs. Alton Williams ere presented with nnzes, all use ful household articles, and they in turn presented their gifts to Miss Liner. At the beginning or tne party each guest was given a dish towel, and the necessary sewing materials, and was instrusted to desig a towel for the honoree. At the conclusion of this contest, a prize was awarded to Mrs. Alton Williams for the most artittically made towel, and the towels were then presented to Miss' Liner by the hostess. The bride was then led by a miniature airplane by an out - of - the - way route until she reached the gifts. At this time Miss Stone then served refreshments consisting of a salad course, sandwicnes ana lcea tea to the following guests: Misses Lois Bivins, Modena Caldwell, Lucille Bennett, Ruby Thomas, Ruby Bivins. Janet Walker, Sally Stone, Emily Stone, Lucile Noell and Mes - dames J. R. Foster, Alton Williams, William Miller and Roger Wilson, all of Hillsboro. The outr of - town guests were: Misses Ruth Tolley, of Greensboro, Virginia Grant, of Roanoke Rapids, Mar garet Dixon, oi iiign .point; Mary Coley, of Eureka, sister of the groom; Misst Liner, honoree, and Miss Stone, hostess. From Florida Prof, and Mrs. H. K. Wallace of Gainesville, Fla., are here for visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. i Wallace of Fisher street. Your Family Will Like CAROLINA MAID BUTTER Carolina Maid butter has that richer, tastier flavor that people prefer. It is all produced from the finest cream and is protected by Melville's modern dairy methods. It comes to you pure and fresh and is sold by leading stores . . . Ask for it by name! Melville Dairy PHONE 1278 - NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST People You Know Returns from Hillsboro Miss Sareh Leatb. returned home yesterday, from where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Latta of Hillsboro, for the past week. In Salisbury Nancv Murray, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bynum Murray left yesterday lor a visit witn ner grandmother, Mrs. J. - W. Ward, of Salisbury. Hnmp From Hosoital Dan Walker has returned to his hnnw rai Broad street after hav ing been a patient at the Alamance General nospitai lor aoout iu aays. He is now able to receive company but will be confined to his home for several more weens. From California Mrs. E. L. Allen and daughter have returned from a month's trip in Compton, Calif. HeTe for Week - End Mrs. .A. B. Carter of Maxton and her niece, Miss Bernice Stephenson of Richmond, Va. are expect ed in :the morning, to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. W. Dameron ana Mr. ana ivirs. W. G. Cox. Mrs. Carter es formerly Miss Bernice HornadfcC' of this city and has a wide cifc: of friends here. Shows Improvement .t. H. Thomas who has been ill at. the home of his daughter Mrs. H. Wav of South Broaa street, shows some improvement at this Here for Visit Maxjorie Greer of Moravian Falls is here for a few days visit with her cousin, Thomas Hardin Way, of South Broad street. To Sullins Miss Alice Burton Spruce left yesterday for Sullins college, Bristol, Tenn., where she has accepted a position as secretary to Dr. Martin, president. From Tenn. Mrs. W. Albert Graham returned yesterday from a five weeks visit with relatives and friends in. western North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas. ( From New York Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isenberg have returned from a - week's visit New York city where they pur chased fall merchandise for the Ladies Smart Shoppe. From Georgia Mrs. Cecil Andrews r.as returnea from Atlanta, Ga., where she visited her brother, Otis White, Jr. Here from Va. Miss Betty Ginghard of South Emporia, Va., is here for a visit with Miss Elizabeth Scott at her home on Church .street. From Wrightsville Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Heatwole, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons and Miss Marearet Freeman have returned from a visit to Wrightsville Beach, and 13, 1937 From Junaluska The Rev. K. I. Glass has turned from a two weeks stay at Lake Junaluska to be in the city next week. Mrs. Glass is spending the month of August tnere. To White Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Lasley and son Ward and Kenneth Under wood are leaving this afternoon for a week - end visit at their summer home at White Lake. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Cheatham are leavinsc tomorrow for Wrights ville Beach to spend the week - end with Mr. and Mrs. A. Glenn Holt at their summer cottage. Leave For Florida Mr. and Mrs. John Boland left today for a two weeks' visit to - St. Petersburg and Miami, Fla. From White Lake Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lasley have returned from a two weeks' visit to White Lake. Hera for Week - End Miss Virgin' a Holt has as her Beatty oi unanotte. Here From Tarboro Miss Adelaide Price or rarDoro is here for a visit of several days with Miss Frances Ross. From Raleigh Miss Lriaclvs teanoim nas. as house guest this week - end Miss Jewel Sandlin and Woodrow Sandlin of Raleigh. Confined to His Home Walter M. Brown, Jr., is ill at b's home in Brookwooa. To Philadelphia Miss Jean Barbara Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.' J. Evans of Fountain Place, is leaving to - . morrow for Philadelphia to spena the remaining weeks of August. She will accompany Miss Peggy and B111V livans, wno art; leiuiii - ing to their homes after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thomp - Here from Kershaw The Rev. and Mrs. C. Brown of Kershaw, S. C, arrived today for a visit with Mrs. mown.. sister, Miss Ella Rea Carroll. Hospital News Pari ine Faulconer underwent a tjinsitiw.tomv this mornine at Dr. Troxler's hospital and has reacted nicely. RANDOLPH BRATTON, FORMER RESIDENT, PASSES IN S. C. Word has been received here of the death of Randolph Bratton, of Winsboro on August 6 at his Mr. Bratton was a resident of Burlington for about six months ana naa Deen m declining neaiwi for several years. He was the son nf BishoD Theodore Bratton of South Carolina. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Isabelle and Beverly, and one son, wan - dolph, Jr. PURE FRESH PICNIC DINNER "Tv IS GIVEN FOR IDAHO VISITOR The home of Mrs. Minnie Thompson was the scene for an informal dinner for friends and relatives, of Mrs. Ezra Hinshaw and daughters, Melba and Dixie of Twin Falls, Idaho, who are visiting in this state. Mrs. Hinshaw is the mother of Mrs. James Hinshaw of this city and a former resident of Burlington, but for the past 28 years has made her home in Idaho. A picnic dinner was spread on the lawn and enjoyed by the following guests: Mrs. W. E. Poe and Misses Ruth and Mary Jane Poe of Ramseur. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hargrove, Mrs. C. I. Hargrove, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hargrove, Mr. and Mrs: C. L. Hargrove, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harerove. Mrs. J. J. Thomas. Mrs. Lucille Mitchell and Hilda Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hargrove, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinshaw, Mr. and Rezae Hinshaw,' Mr. ana Mrs. O. D. Hinshaw, Mr. and Mrs. R. Hinshaw. Mrs. D. E. Hin shaw, Misses Barbara, Mable, Una Mae and Annie Hinshaw, Mrs. Bertha Scott, Percy, Mae and Joanne Scott, J. W. Bradshaw of Burlington. From Saxapahaw were: Mr. and Mrs. Gray Hargrove and Tommie and Bobbie Hargrove, Mrs. Minnie Hargrove, Shirley, Roy and Marion Douglas Hargrove, Tyree and Wayne Lindley, Mrs. Bertha Rog - ;, James, Monroe and Roy Roe - ers, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bivens, Annie Maude - and Sallie1 Bivens, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thompson, Freida Lee, Ava, Elinor, Carolyn Ann and Robert Thompson, Mrs. Bessie Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson, Sabert, Alma, Dorothy, Rachael and Julian Thompson. C. L. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coble, Gray Coble, Miss Lee Ota Eetty, A. G. Cooper, J. B. McVey, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thompson, Mildred and Myrtle Thompson, Elwood, Boyd and James Cooper, Mrs. W. M. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Rogers, Miss ANNOUNCING FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1 Enroll Any Time All Accredited Courses Offered Stenographic course $90.00 Commercial Course $100.00 Secretarial Course - .: 0110.00 Complete Business Administration $130.00 BURLINGTON BUSINESS COLLEGE HELEN CANNON, Principal Corner West Davis and Hoke Streets Phone 1708 Member of Southern Association of Business Schools Ivory S S. Black Eye Peas qt 20c Lettuce Celery fancy stalk 10c No. 2 Can Gilbert's e Sauce Canada Dry GRAPE or Orange Soda Rose Evaporated Milk 6 Small or 3 Pimentos Fat Back - " - lb 20c VEAL Shoulder Chops lb 17c TASTY . . Boiled Ham lb 49c Flora Cooper. From Liberty: J. L. Curl, Lacy Foy and R. C. Curl. From Hillsboro: Mrs. L. O. Cooper. From Graham: Mrs. Loy Ivey, Buddy, Colleen and Mary Carol Ivey. From Siler City: Hal Hargrove, Mrs. Turner Hargrove, Mrs. Sarah Lza Hinshaw, Albert Hinshaw, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Hinshaw, Margaret Hinshaw, and Lacy Stout. Now On Display New rail SHOES 0 BROWNS BLACKS BLUES t GREEKS MULTI - COLORS KIDS, SUEDES and Gabardines 1 SEE OUR WINDOW FOSTER SHOE CO. Shoes, Hosiery and Shoe Repairing 111 EAST DAVIS Stores MAIN ST. head 7c 3 for 25c qt 10c 20c Lge. Cans 10c Large Can

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