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SUNDAY, DEC 27, 193 BRADENTON (FLA) HERALD PACE flVE HOURS: 8 AM. UNTIL 1 P. M. 2 P. M. UNTIL 5 P. M. MARJORIE SNOOK. EDITOR TELEPHONE 2129 s PALMETTO News Of Social Happenings family reunion at EDWARDS HOME The home of Mr. Maidee Ed-. wards on Bay atreet was the acene . yesterday of a family reunion. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dixon, and daughter, . Ray Jean of Americas, Ga; L. M. Ray of Miami and his daughters, Betty Marie, and Charlotte of Tampa; Edwin Carter of Ameri-cus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Cecil, and Mrs. Maidee Edwards and daughters, Dorothy Jane and Ger-' aldine. MR. AND MRS. HOWZE ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Howse entertained at dinner yesterday at their home on Cedar street. - Covers were laid for members of the immediate family including: Mrs, Hattie B. Robertson, Mrs. Lela Robertson Snell and daughter Jackie of St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Carter, Jr, Marianna; Dr. Jimmy Howie, and Miss Katherine Brown, Lake Wales; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Howse, ' Jr, Bradenton, and the host, and ' hostess, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Howse Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Howse are entertaining as their house guests over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. John H. Carter, Jr, of Marianna, and Dr. Jimmy Howse and Miss Katherine Brown, of Lake Wales. THOMAS FAMILY ENJOYS REUNION Mrs. Myrtie Thomas entertained members of her immediate family at dinner Christmas day at her home on Orange street. Covers were laid for Mayor and Mrs. L. P. Thomas and daughter, Joyce; Mr. and Mrs. Murry Lester and two daughters, of St. Petersburg; Dr. and Mrs. Monroe ' Thomas of Jacksonville; Mrs. G. S. Gaden of Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McClure and sons, John Neil, Jr, and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Thomas and the hostess, Mrs. Thomas. BAPTIST CIRCLES TO MEET Circle meetings of the Baptist Woman's Missionary society will be held Monday afternoon in the homes as follows: No. 1. with Mrs. J. W. Willis on Central street; No. 2, with Mrs. B. F. Guthrie on Elm street; No. 3 with Mrs. J. R. Fitzgerald on Oak street, and the Lillie Lamb with Mrs. J. C. Smith Jr, on. Myrtle street. PERSONALS Max P. Moritz of Tampa spent Christmas at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T. B. McRee and family on West Bay street Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mclnnis and family had as their dinner guests yesterday at their home on Lemon avenue, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Reed of Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Mclnnis and son, Billie, of Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrison of Ask About Our PERMANENT WAVES Sylvia Beauty Shop sivw If Alicia Saunders Smith 41S 14th St. Hum SMS 4 SLEEP-EASY MATTRESSES With Genuine Nachman Innerspring Unit $2.00 for your old Mattress 35c Down 35c Per Week Mather FURNITURE 804 Manatee Ave. HELYN STEELES Studio of Dance Arts ODD FELLOWS HALL 12TH ST. PHONt U3 Ballet and Toe ' Acrobatic Interpretive Musical Comedy Nautch Spanish with Castanet Technique Russian Ball Room Exhibition Tango Plastique Tap Adagio Pantomine Exhibition Waltz STUDIO 10 A. M. to 1:30 P. M. Washington, D. C, arrivsd Thursday to spend the holidays at tha horn of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Harrison on Cedar atreet. E. S. Parrish returned last night tr on Tampa where he spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hebble. Mrs. Parrish and children remained in Tampa to spend the remainder of the week-end. J. A. Lamb ia improving at his home on Riverside Drive following several days illness. Mrs. E. H. Mason and mother, Mrs. A. B. Harllee, were visitors in Tampa early last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wynne and son. Bob, Jr, of Tampa were over night guests Christmas Eve at the home of Bob, Jrs, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haley on Riverside Drive. They were , dinner guests Christmas Day of Mrs. Wynnes mother, Mrs. Nora Lamb, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Martin and family on Lamb atreet. Julius Haley of Sarasota spent yesterday in Palmetto as the gent of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haley on Riverside Drive. Miss Annie Laurie Harrell of Birmingham, Ala, will arrive today for a holiday visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Nabors and little son, Dale, spent Christmas at the home of nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nabors in Ellenton. Mr. and Mrs. Russsell Ballinger and little daughter of Mobile, Ala, will leave today for their home after spending Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ballinger in Ellenton. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRee and family, also of Mobile, who have been Suesta of relatlvea in Ellenton uring the holiday. Dr. and Mrs. Monroe Thomas of Jacksonville and the ' latters mother. Mrs. G. S. Gaden of Mem-nhis, Tennessee, left .today for Jacksonville after spending Christmas at the home of Mr. Thomas mother, Mrs. Myrtie Thomas at her home on Orange street Word has been received by Mr. and Mr. M. K. Wheeler of the accident in which Mrs. Thelma Harris, sister of Mrs. Wheeler was seriously injured Thursday ,t giight . The accident occurred near Thomasville, Ga, while Mrs. Harris who makes her home in Winter Park was enroute to Ashhurn, Ga, to spend Christmas with her childrvn at the home of her mother. Mrs. Harris is a patient at the Thomasville hospital Warren Wheeler and Randolph Hayman will leave today for Ash-burn, Ga, for a visit to their grandmother, Mrs. A. P. Hayman. POT LUCK SUPPER TO BE FRIDAY . The Ohio-Indiana-Iowa club will hold pot-luck supper Friday evening at six oclock at tha Recreation hall MANATEE O. E. 8.T0 MEET The Manatee chapter of 0. E. S. will hold an annual installation of officers Tuesday evening at eight oclock at the Masonic halL Old and new officers an requested to be present and the meeting will be open to the public. Friends and visiting Stars are extended an invitation. BRADENTON BEACH BATHS at Bradenton Beach Excellent Meals SPECIALS Daily 40c Sviday 55c PHONE RESERVATION Bradenton 35-988 Heated Dining Room HOURS 12:30 P. M. to 6 P. M. Anna Maria Items A pleasant affair of the past week was tha surprise party given Mrs. Ella Davis or a group of her group old time friends who decided instead of calling individnally with their Christmas gifts to join forces and give Mrs. Davis a com plete surprise. So Tuesday afternoon at four they met and proceeded to her home for a social hour followed by light refreshments. Among those present were Mm. J. G. Whitehead, Mra. George Colman and daughter, "Misa Marion Colman, Mrs. LeBaron Donovan, Mra. Boy Gilman and daughter, Mias MaWa Gilman. Mrs. Fannie Herron Wingate and daughter, Mrs. William G, Wart-tig, Mrs. D. T. Hinckley, Mrs. Charles Aldrich, Mra. C. P. Phelps, Mrs. Elmer Raymond, Mra. Eleanor Schambers, Miss Franc Hy-dom and Mias Helen Bingham. Mrs. Davis was the recipient of a number of lovely gifts. 1 " ' Family reunions were quite the order of the day at Anna Maria rterday. Dr. M. F. Collion and Fettes arrived from Chicago Thursday to spend the holidays with their families. Dr Frank Wood came on from Detroit to be with his family until about the tenth of January. Jack Whitehead, who ia employed in the post office at Largo, and Dick White-head who ia attending the University at' Gainesville spent the day with their parents, Mr. ana Mrs. J. C. Whitehead. Mrs. Ethel Byrum Kimball opened her cottage for the hohdaya and had with her Mr. and Mra. E. E. Byrum, her parents, from Anderson, Ind., her daughter. Miss Rh odors, her son. K. B. Kimball, who ia studying aviation at Camp Roosevelt, and her sister, Miss Bernice Byrum of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hinckley had as their holiday guest the formers sister, Miss Esther Hinckley of Bradenton. Mrs. Fannie Herron Wingate was also a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Oatley Minor and daughter, Miss Hilda of Bradenton, were Christmas breakfast guests of Mr. Minors parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Minor, at their home. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones and son, Edmund Burke Jones, were guests of Mr. Joness brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. La Baron Donovan. Mrs. Grace Clark, of Tampa, was also a guest of the Donovans. Mrs. A. G. Cobb has with her for the holidays her daughter, Mrs. Masie Decker of St Petersburg and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mm. Arthur Riles from Tampa, PERSONALS Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Schatsman and -daughter are passing a ten day vacation at Anna Maria. Rev. Schatsman ia pastor of the Hyde Park Community M. E. church in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Glassford of New York City art spending a brief vacation at the Fetch apartment Mrs. E. C. Brown of Norristown, Tenn., who has been visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller left for Tampa Wednesday to spend Christmas in Jacksonville with Mr. Millers mother, Mrs. C. F. Miller. ' Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Ryan and son, Gerald, are scheduled to arrive the Drat of the year. They have leased the Holmes garsgetta and Mrs. Ryan and Gerald will remain until April Mr. Ryan will remain only long enough to see them comfortably settled. Mrs. Ivydell Rusk is passing the holiday! with her- toother, Finley Hunter, and family in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Blackburn and little daughtto, Betty Lou, were with Mi. Blackburn parents in Palma Sola for Christmas. : Mrs. Ella Davit and son, Howard Davis, were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor in Cortes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beyer and son, Dannie, of Athenia, N. J.. cousins of Mrs. J. E. Holmes, are to be the guests of tha Holmes during their stay in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kiplinger who returned from the East Coast early last week and opened their cottage were joined Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Koonts of St Petersburg who remained with them over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Rasmussen, their son, James M. Jr., and their daughters, Beverly and Ramine, of Detroit, Michigan, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Giman. Mis. Perry Warren and her house guest Miss Elisabeth Scoville, and Frank F. Spencer joined them for Christmas dinner. Word has been received that Mrs. Walter Lippmann expects to BATH ROBES Dry Cleaned and Pressed . To Perfection Bradenton Laundry & Dry Cleaners 9th St, 27th Ave. Phone 33441 . Social Calendar 13:80 p. m. Rotary club wi 8:00 p. m. Meeting of exi W. A. with Mrs. Charles York. 8:80 p. m. Tourist elub dance TUESDAY 12:15 p, m. Kiwanie dub meeting at Dixie Grande hotel. 6:80 p. m. Tea danee at Country dub. 7:80 p. nu Tuesday Night bridge dub meeting at pier. 8:00 p.-nk Manatee O. E. S. installation of officers. . WEDNESDAY 12:15 p. m. Masting of Optimist club at Dixie Grande hotel 2:80 p. m. Tourist club meeting. - THURSDAY 6:80 p. m .-Braden ton O. E. S. New Year! Eve party at Masonie hall 7:00 p. m. Dinner-dance at Country elub. FRIDAY 6:00 p. m. Ohio-Indiana-Iowa pot-luck supper at Recreation hall. SATURDAY 7:80 p. m. Saturday Night bridge dub meeting at pier. iPalmetto Mnvmv THURSDAY , 8:15 p. m. The Girls Auxiliary of the Baptist church will meet at tha ehurch. 7:30 to 10:00 p. m-Open House1 at the Palmetto Womans club. BRADEN CASTLE News And Social Happenings GROUP DINES TOGETHER A ' group of neighbor and friends dined together Christmas day at the Albion Inn, . Cortes Beach, among whom were: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Moorman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dick, Mrs. Frank Price, Mrs. Ira Stutsman, Mr. and Mrs. Charlss Rabus. Mrs. Frank L. Frost, Mrs. Kate Burton, John Gallup, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. Josephine Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coe, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hammond, Mr. and Mra. George James, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lamp-hers, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eagy, Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Stiekley, Mr. and .lloway, ond Westlake, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westlake. Mr. and Mra. J. Baker, James C. Keenholts and Mrs. Florence K. Bradt, DINNER PARTY Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Streeter, of Cattle Drive, entertained with a dinner party Christmas day, invited to be present were: Mr. and Mrs. William Fairbank, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons, Mis Louisa Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlbacker and Mr. and Mrs. rank W. Henn. ENTERTAINS CASTLE FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. John L. Eaton of Bradenton, entertained a few of their friends from the Castle for dinner Christmas day. Invited to bo present were: Mr. and Mrs. Le Verne Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. George Green, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burns, Dr. end Mrs. Harry Miller and toother. W. H. Smith and son, James Smith, from Indianapolis, Ind. TAKES EXTENSIVE TRIP Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Grant Earnest, of West Milton, Ohio, who havo a winter home on DeSoto street, of an extensive trip they are taking. Starting from - Dayton, Ohio, on one of the new streamlined, air cooled trains their itinerary includes, Colorado, California, Texas, Louisiana and finally Florida which they expect to reach some time in February. Mrs. Edna Hough, has arrived from her home in Tampa, to spend s few days with her uncle. R. W. Vaughn, of Outlo Drive. R. O. Wenning, Robert Wenning and Earl Webber, guided by Ben a flsnin Jacobus formed i ng party go- arrive the eighth of open her home. January to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Carle-ton are expected to return home from their holidays spent in the north on the thirtieth. Mrs. C. A. Geiss, Miss Anita Geiss of Berea, Ohio, Mns. Elisabeth Geiea and Miss Wilma Geiss of Lama, Ohio, are spending a few days at Anna Maria. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reno of Columbus, Ohio were with Miss Gertrude Akins and family Christmas. Mrs. W. B. Cheney and grandson from New York City expect to occupy tha Christy cottage for the remainder of the season. H. P. Pottinger spent Friday with his mother at Fort Myers beach. R. D. Young ia spending the holidays with his son and daughter-in-law in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pigeon. Mrs. Nette Haven and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bear had their Christmas dinner at the Dixie Grande end then went to the Palace. MONDAY dub will meet at Dixie Grande hotel. executive board of First Presbyterian at pier. ing to Tampa bay Wednesday and returning with a catch of grouper. Mrs. Anne Russel of La Fayette street, had as dinner guests Wednesday evening, Dr. and Mrs. George E. White of Bradenton, and Mrs. Hazel Rice from Gainesville. Mrs. Hazel Rice, of Gainesville, will be week-end guest of Mrs. Anne Russell, at her home on La-Fsyette street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Suttcn. of Braden Drive, entertained at dinner Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fessant and granddaughter, Mis Frances Shirar. A beach picnic was enjoyed at the Bradenton beach cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Bert StofML Friday. . Guests included: ia and Mrs. Owen Morton, Mr. Sa Mrs. J. Brundage, Mrs. Charles Gar-denier and Mrs. Cora Avery. Mrs. Emma Bullis of Ponce de Leon street, is spending a few days with her son Harry Bullis, in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mom-mertz, of Castle Drive, invited to have dinner with them Christmas day: Mr. and Mrs. AIfnd M. Geiger, Mrs. May Smith, Mrs. Newton Bossier, and Mr. and Mrs. Jaek T. Eulmer. Mrs. Mommerts had a profusion of red and green decorations, in the living and dining rooms. Mr. and Mrs. E. James Doolin of Ponce de Leon street, entertained at Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. E. Dennis an Miss Joan Brown, from Arcadia, and Mr. and Mrs. David Hus ten, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sherwin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. Newman, had as dinner guests Friday, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ansel Northrop, Mr. and Mrs. W. XI Hill and Miss Winifred Hill, and Mrs. Annie Smith, Mr. Hille sister from Petersburg, Virginia. Rev. tnd Mrs. John F. Souders, Of Braden Drive, have s house guests their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Souders, from Columbus, Ohio. Later they will lease an apartment in Bradenton. Christmas eye Santa Claus made his annual visit to the auditorium, and left gifts for all the children, snd f or some of the grownups also. Besides a beautiful tree there were playlets, tableaus and patriotic drills by the children and Christmas carols were sung by all. This was under the direction of Mrs. Fred Greek of Braden Drive. Ml I COMEDY NEWS NOVELTY FEATURE STARTS 1:30, 3:31. 5:40. 7:41, 9:50 STUDENT NIGHT TO BE HELD AT BAPTIST EVENING SERVICE A student Night program will be held at the evening service tonight at the First Baptist church. This program is held each year by the college students. Miss Anne Norris will be in charge of the program which will include an address by Dudley Scrogin, student at the Univprsity of Florida, on the subject Facts That Fascinate, a talk on the Baptist Student Union. Mies Jeanne McMullen, a student at Florida State College for Women, will speak on Needs of the B. S. U.. Miss Phyllis Staples, who attends Maryville College, at Maryville, Tennessee, will give a talk on What I Expect Contracts With Christian Students to Moan to Me After Graduation. Miss Norris will speak on Giving Our Best. She i a student at Florida State College for Women. Coming Events DECEMBER 28th, Monday Entre Nous club dance. 29th, Tuesday Country elub tea-dance. 30th, Wednesday Contemporary club tea at home of Mra. A. H. Chapman. 81st, Thursday Country elub dinner dance. JANUARY 1st, Friday Original Thirteen invitational New Years dance. 5th, Tuesday Dessert bridge at Womans club. 7th, Thursday Bridge luncheon at Country clnb. 9 thy Saturday B. B. B. Dinner-Bridge elub meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Babcock. 11th, Monday Thalian Opera company to present Mikado ' at Tourist club meeting 14th, Thursday New England supper at Womans dub. 14th, Thursday Dinner-bridge at Country dub. . 19th, Tuesday Service elub Fashion tea. 21st, Thursday Bridge tea at Country dub. 25th. Monday Imperial Singers at Tourist dub meeting. 26th, Tuesday Dinner, St. Margarets chapter,- Episcopal church. - 28th, Thursday Evening bridge at Womans club. 28th, Thursday Dinner-dance-bridge at Country dub. Slst Country dub dinner dance. ! ! . TOURIST CLUB DANCE AT. PIER The Bradenton Tourist club will enjoy s dance Monday evening- at Memorial pier beginning at eight-thirty and continuing until eleven-thirty. Miss Lucille Elmore and company will be guests of the dub. . i ' W. A. EXECUTIVES TO MEET A meeting of the executive board of Womens Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will be held at three oclock Monday at the home of Mrs. Charles M. York, 2817 Eighttf avenue. PALMETTO 10c THEATRE 20c Today Thru Tuesday Continuous 3 P. M. Today Today Tomorrow Continuous 1:30 Today DYER CHRISTMAS DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB IS SUCCESSFUL AFFAJR The Bradenton Country club climaxed Christmas tor the members with the dance held that evening, from nine until one. Soft lighu caught the glitter and scintillation of iridescent metallic garlands, festooned from chandelier to chandelier. Fragrant aroma of pine boughs, used to veil the lights intensified the Yuletide note. Silver stars and other ornaments were used in profusion. Victor Hullinger and his orchestra played. The decorations were achieved by the following committee: Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewis Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vanderipe, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Howse, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wade, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Harllee, Jr. Reserving for the dance were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beck and house guests Mr. and Mrs. Norman Greenlaw, Mr. Annie Lee Bennett, Edison Curry, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bispham, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Blakey and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Weems, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Blalock, Miss Elisabeth Guthrie, Mra. R. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Campbell, Miss Elizabeth Campbell, Mias Donna Kekle, Earl Burch, Jimmie Carney, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Carriger, Miss Mary Carriger, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Page and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Page, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cornwell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Corker, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shelby Crichlow, Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Curry, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Deaderiek, Mrs. Zells Dowling, Spot Courtney, Paul Duckwall, Miss Alice Crane, Miss Ethel Andrew, Ralph Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dye, Walter Hardin and guests, Miss Betty Doak, Potter Dorsy Palmer, Miss Isabel Thompson, John Wentworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harllee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Worth Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. T. XA. Howse. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jack- From Glamorous Silks i Everyone is tSiiyingiSrOlhei to nuke the most of the HotiaayNlocial season now at hand! BRADLEYS One of a Kind EVENING FROCKS are priced 4.7s I Over a Hundred - for the Chooeing SATIN ..MOIRE TAFFETA FRENCH LACE . . SILK CREPE Sizes 12 to 44 . The most wanted season's Pastel Shades and Black Knee-High EVENING $1.00 HOSE (Hole Proof) 1 SATIN SLIPS for $1.95 Evening Wear Bradleys 1106 MANATEE AVE. son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnses J. J. Keating, Dr. and Mrs. L. A King, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Law. lor. Miss Rebecca Bowles, Horae Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Mo-bane, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Oliver; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Moody, Mr. and Mns. Otis Prescott, Mr. sad Mrs. W. R. Pollard, Frank Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Greta Mr. and Mrs. Frits Baldwin. Mis , Betty Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. X C. Rice, Mr.and Mrs. Robert k-. Mi Carolyn Junkin, Me Rose, M. O. Thomas, Mi Carol pton and Mra. Haliey Tiehenor, Jr, and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sharp and guests, Mr. and . M. Baker, Mr. and Rif J. F. Valdes, Mr, and Mrs. G C. Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vanderipe, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wade, J Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zoller, Dr. and Mrs. L. M. SchaL stad. -; Practically all of the member present at Gils dance reserved for the dinner-dance-bridge with which the club will celebrate New Years Eve. Those eligible for attendance are all member!' la good standing, house guests, and non-resident members for whom courtesy cards should he seeurw.1 from either J. F. Valdes or Miy W. B. S. Crichlow. VEGETABLES AND EGGS AS HORS D'OEUVREg A good substitute for eweet to salty hors d'oeuvres Is a platter of colorful fresh vegetables tiny bouquets of cauliflower, radish, carrots and hearts of celery. Alsq. hard-boiled eggs, rat in half and covered with parsley, black and green olives, and small pieces of raw turnips. Instead of spoiling yonr guests' dinner, then atirntr late their appetite. PERMANENT WAVES 'I That Plena $3.50 Up J Myown Beauty Shoppe -Washington Sq. Phoao SS-181 Satins Black. White and Red Made of Fine Quality Chiffon Velvet 7 SIZES 14 TO 20 00 .... DEPT. STORE r'V'-l

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