Chattanooga Daily Times from Chattanooga, Tennessee on October 3, 1941 · 5
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p.; social NEWS THE CHATTANOOGA TIMES: CHATTANOOGA, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941. SOdAE NEWS It I: 633 BROAD phones 6-6625, 6-3631 cudahy's puritan hams or whole, 12 to 29 C 14-lb. average; lb, w w jink meat cantaloupes Pirect from California, 35 C Jfor- jelect oysters Oysters are in season; pint " 40 c michigan celery hearts positively crackling ICg with flavor; bunch .... 1 swift premium bacon Nationally famous brands are always popular; 30 C pound calif, telephone peas I A good steak would be lonely i without peas, VKr I 2 lbs. for... ww i country pork sausage 35 c And we do mean "country"; lb. standing prime rib prime Western Beef ; Q f I pound I California oranges Golden balls of juice; dozen maxwell house coffee I Good to the last drop; QAr 1 pound OUC JSHOPl LIQUORS WINES BRANDIES Just Around the Corner From Market Street STOP and SHOP (FOURTH 8TEEET) LIQUOR STORE E. 4TB ST. 6-7S31 f prescriptions F Mi mill f . . BR OWN DRUG CO. 'Tit Store ef Satisfactory Set-rice" tjuiji uoason Are. .... J 2-1144 2.1145 Xur Printing Reflects the 0isnity of Your Business 312 W. 8th Phone 6-7525 Personal Mention Use The Times Want Ads! MISS JEAN BLACKBURN, of - i tun., arrived yes terday to attend the Cotton ball festivities. She will be the guest of Miss Sara Sue Robinson and Fred Robinson at the home of their mother, Mrs. Fred Robinson, on Hanover street. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Russell, of Atlanta, and Misses Pearle Ann Coyle. and Johnnie Holland, of Dalton, will come to attend the Cotton ball. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moses will leave this week end for New York City. While there they will visit their daughter, Miss Jane Moses. who is already in New York mak ing arrangements to continue the study of voice this winter. Miss Moses is a contralto. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allison. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Payne Howell and Miss Martha Jane Black-well will go to Durham, N. C, Friday to attend the Duke-Tennessee football game. Gene Matthews will join them in Durham. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stark have returned from a visit in Pennsyl vania and Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mitchell announce the birth of a son, Duane George, at Parkview hospital". Mrs. Mitchell and son have been removed to their home at 112 Hendricks boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Henslev. of Hamilton, O., are guests of Mr. Hensley's sister, Mrs. Herbert Jackson, and Mr. Jackson, on James boulevard. Signal moun tain. Mr. Hensley is business manager of the Journal-News, of Ham ilton. I Roy Ritchey, who has been ill at Erlanger hospital, is slightly better and has been removed to his home on East Sixteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barry, of Philadelphia, Pa., and their daughter, Mrs. M. S. Brooks, of Brownsville, Tex., have arrived to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sansone at their home on Dayton pike. Lieut. Grey Dresser, of Fort Riley, Kan., whose marriage to Miss Virginia Thatcher will be an event of Saturday, has arrived and is the guest of friends at Fort Oglethorpe until the wedding day. Miss Helen Moore, who is with the army nurses corps at Camp Stewart, has been called to Chattanooga by the illness of her father, R. J. Moore, in Highland Park. Dr. and Mrs. Winston P. Caine have gone to Raleigh, N. C, where Dr. Caine will attend the annual meeting of the Southern Society of Orthodontists. Mrs. S. D. McReynolds will leave Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. James M. Gager, for a trip to jAsheville and Blowing Rock, N. C. They will, later go to Newport News, Va., to visit Mrs. Holmes McMurran, who has been the guest of Mrs. McReynolds on Lookout mountain. Before their return to Chattanooga, they will be with Mrs. McReynold's daughter, Mrs. Darrell St. Claire, in Washington, for a" few days. Mrs. McReynolds does not leave to spend the winter in Washington until December They will be away about two weeks. Clyde Drinnen, of Knoxville, Tenn., is the guest of C. A. Robinson. Mrs. Laurel Thatcher is improving from an illness at the Woman's clinic. She is able to have her friends call to see her. Mrs. Thatcher will be removed to her home Tuesday. Mrs. James M. Little, of Winston-Salem, N. C, arrived yesterday for a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Crews, and Mr. Crews, on Hilldale drive. Sarah Jane Mathes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Mathes, of Signal mountain, is recovering from a tonsillectomy at her home on Grady Point road. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sims have returned from a visit to New York City. En route home they visited Mrs. Sims' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dekker and infant son, Tommie, have returned from Richmond, Ind., where they were guests of Mrs. Dekker's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Long. They also visited relatives of Mr. Dekker in Lansing, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. David Brownlee Ramsey, Jr., announce the birth of a son Sept. 28 at Erlanger hospital. The baby has been named David Brownlee HI. Mrs. Ramsey was Miss Helen Catherine Sills, of Knoxville. MATERIAL IS DEVELOPED TO REPLACE ALUMINUM DETROIT, Oct. 2 UP). The United States Rubber company an nounced today the development of a new non-metallic material de signed to replace sheet aluminum in many important uses. In presenting the new substance, identified only as Formula C-102, company officials said it was made of fibrous and rubber-like ingredients and that except for small amounts of rubber, consisted en tirely of non-strategic materials, unaffected by priorities. The material was developed by company engineers seeking a con tainer for self-sealing fuel tanks already in production by the United States Rubber company. It already has been tested and ap proved for this use, company rep resentatives said, by the United States army. Slightly thicker than one-eighth inch aluminum sheets as used in fuel tanks, it still is one-third lighter. It is claimed to have 60 per cent, of the tensile strength of aluminum and under gunfire to resist ripping or shattering. Among possible uses in normal industry suggested by company officials was as a substitute for aluminum panels now utilized in bus and truck body construction. Athletic persons, as a rule, possess the longest and most beautiful eyelashes. - TMIE VATLILTIE IIS IB IKK 'THE PRICE IS SMALL A Genuine GENE RAL ELECTRIC fJgf WASHER I gl I SOLID PORCELAIN I W0 I INSIDE AND OUT! HJf ONLY J I Terms as Low as J . 75c Per Week 'OLD COTTON BOAT' ON BALL PROGRAM Presentation Scene to Be One of Many Spectacular Features of Event An "old-time southern cotton boat" will bring the Cotton belles to the stage of the Memorial auditorium this evening to make their bow before the king and queen of the ninth annual Chattanooga Cotton ball. This and many other spectacular features are forecast as things that will help make the ninth annual ball the most glamorous of all the Cotton week events. Presence of the motion picture star, Susan Hayward, the stir of activity occasioned by the hundreds of visitors from nearly a score of states; the coming of motion picture newsreel men and writers and photographers from a dozen newspapers and magazines; box parties and other parties centering about the" fifty girls who will be presented as hoop-skirted Cotton belles all these and many more elements go toward making eventful evenings, both for today and for Saturday, the date of the red, white and blue ball. The public is invited to support both these events by attendance and interest. Seats may be purchased at the auditorium. box office. Fashion Show Miss Josephyne Turner Walton and Mrs. Roy Blaney Smith are the planners and directors of the fashion show which will be a feature of the ball program. Four Chattanooga stores, Lovemans, Miller Bros., Vogue and Picketts, will display dresses. Models will be Misses Christine Roseborough, Martha McGarrity, Martha Gris-com, Jane Watkins, Dorothy Tharpe, Betty Bryan, Evelyn Anderson, Betty Carothers and Margaret Ann Catlett; Mesdames Ted Finlay, Tim Manson, William Montague, James Griswold, John Wife Preservers si. This is a tip for a bride. Bowls that have been used to mix bread or other doughs will wash more easily if they are soaked for five minutes or more in cold water before being washed in hot suds. Smartt, William McGinness and Barbara Strauss Loeb. Vaughn Cornish will lead a group of Chattanooga singers in the old southern melodies that will greet the arrival of the Cotton belle, who will be on the stage. The stage scene has been designed by Emmett Rogers. JERICHO GROUP TO SING AT ALLEYNE MEMORIAL The Jericho singers, well-known Negro spiritual group from Detroit, will be presented at the Alleyne Memorial A. M. E. 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