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SIX THK HKADKNTUN HERALD: SUNDAY. APRIL 30. 1939 SOCI ETY N EWS and CLUB EVENTS MARJORIE WEICHMAN. EDITOR. TELEPHONE S1SS Miss Ridgdill Given Shower By Miss Hobbs Mis Marian Ridgdill who will be married in June to Jamea Paul Council, waa honored Friday eve-ninf with a miscellaneous show er, at the home of Mrs. R. E. Mayhngh in Manatee, Miss Helen Hobbs waa hostess. , The parasol theme was used for the decorations. A pink crepe paper parasol and gifts wrapped in different colored paper, tied with bows of maline and cellophane, were grouped around the umbrella centerpiece of gladioli on the brides table. On one end of the table was the bride's book, which represented an opened pink umbrella, tied with white satin ribbon where each guest registered and was presented with a tiny pink crepe umbrella favor. Miss Rebecca Lee and Mrs. H. B. Hay-man presided over the brides book. . In the party rooms, the pink and white color scheme was further carried out with floor baskets and vases of pink gladioli. In the archway between the living room and dining room, hung opened pink crepe paper parasols used as hanging baskets for flowers. In the receiving line, stationed In the sunparlor to greet guests were Miss Hobbs, lovely in pink net over taffeta. Miss Ridgdill, an attractive blond, in blue chiffon, Mrs. P. H. Ridgdill in beige lace, Mrs. C. T. Council, who wore white crepe. Miss Dorothy Wallace, Mrs. H. O. Hobbs, Mrs. E. W. Stoltx, Jr., and Mrs. R. E. Mayhngh, presided ever the gifts. Refreshments were served in the dining room, where the table, with a lace doth, was centered with a gladioli umbrella, with randies at each end. Serving were Miss Evelyn Barbee, Misa Mary Lilia Ganey, Miss Margaret Herndon, Misa Brooke Hudgins, Misa Lucille Lee, Miss Mary Alice Berry. Squares of cake iced with white topped with tiny pink umbrellas and fruit punch and mints were served. A program of music was enjoyed throughout the evening. Miss Brtty Mayhngh sang, I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Lon ora Stewart; Miss Brooke Hudgins sang, "Moonlight and Roses," The One Rose, and "Will You Remember," aeeom panied by Mrs. Jim Mead who Stayed during the evening; Miss isry Lilia Ganey played a piano do. "Impromptu." During the evening two hundred eighty guests called. Our globe is encircled with more . than 300.000 miles of submarine cables, 100,000.000 miles of telephone wires, and 5,000,000 miles of telegraph wires. MOTH PROOF Your Winter CLOTHING Dart risk Moth Damage to expensive woolen clothing and blankets Yon can protect them for an little! LARVEX MERCKS DICHLOROCIDE 1-Lb. Package 49c Moth Balls or Flakes. Lh.15c INSECTICIDES Kill Mosquitoes, Flies. Roaches etc. GULF SPRAY p, 25c 451 Flit. pt. 25c, qt. 40c LARVEX Continuous SPRAYER 49c Complete stork of summer needs at Lover Prices. Manatee A re. at 13th Street PHONE 2184 NEW OFFICERS OF INSTALLED AT Installation of new officers of the Bradenton Woman's Club waa effected with an inspirational speech by Mrs. C. F. Pnrvin, following a luncheon Friday at the club building. One hundred and ten members witnessed the induction into office of Mrs. Bert W. Hendrickson as president for 1939-1940, succeeding Mrs. Charles E. Rogers, who has served with distinction for two terms. Mis. Rogers will serve as first vice president and other officers will be: second vice president, Mrs, O. B. Mueller; recording secretary, Mrs. W. II. Tucker; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Henry Payne; membership secretary, Mrs. R. B. Vanskikc; and treasurer, Mrs. J. B. Zoller. In her installation speech Mrs. Parvin likened the Woman's Club to t mosaic, with its myriad parts going to make up the whole, and each part necessary to fill it own niche. She introduced each officer and members of the board of directors with humorous excerpts trom the story "Ezekiel". Mrs. Hendrickson, in accepting the responsibilities of her office, compared the club to a ship, with its full complement of captain, officers, and crew, all working together for mutual benefits. Luncheon Preceding the meeting a delicious luncheon was served to the 110 present. Between the courses a program was given, arranged by Mrs. J. A. Frank. Intermingled with toasts to incoming and retiring officers, chairmen, and committees, were interludes of music. Mrs. Jessie Trimble, Mrs. C. W. Esrashaw, Mrs. Cleveland Aider-man, Mrs. J. M. Taylor, and Mrs. Fern Akins sang several familiar airs with original words to suit the occasion. Mrs. James Hightower and Mrs. Eamshaw played piano duets and Mrs. Hightower accompanied the quintet's songs. The following toasts and responses were given: To the Members, Mrs. Harold Bondy; response by Mrs. A. W. Staples; Jnnior Department, Mrs. H. D. Head; To Our Committees, Mrs. Candler Brooks; response, Miss Edna French; To The Departments, Mrs. W. H. MaeColl; response, Mrs. A. R. Bradley; To the Past Presidents and Honorary Members, Mrs. Henry Payne; response, Mrs. A. A. Barker; To the Retiring Board, Mrs. R. B. Vanskikc; response, Mrs. Charles Rogers; To ths Incoming President, Mrs. Fannie CL Snell; response, Mrs. B. W. Hendrickson. Ths toasts were given in a light vein, with amusing original verse predominating. The installation service, was opened with a piano duet by Mrs. Hightower and Mrs. Eamshaw. Two vocal solos Wake Up and "Wholl Buy My Lavendar" was sung by Mrs. Fern Akins, aecom-nanied at the piano by her daughter, Mrs. Tommy Thompson. Club Officials The following women will administer the affairs of the club during 1939-1940, carrying out the details of department and committee work: Directors, Mrs. R. B. Bslis. Mrs. Harold Bondy, Mrs. F. G. Elder, Mrs. Henry Head, Mrs. W. H. MaeColl, Mrs. C. F. Parvin, Mrs. Truman Perry, Mrs. Edward Randolph, and Mias Denise Shields. Chairmen of Divisions:. Art, Mrs. J. M. Taylor; Music, Mrs. Frank E. Shirey, Mrs. Carl Day; Dramatic Art, Miss June LeVeay; Literature, Mrs. W. H. MaeColl: American Home, Mrs. Ray K. Palmer; Club Hostess, Mrs. H. S Moody; Parliamentarian, Mrs. C. F. Parvin. Committee Chairmen; Program, Mrs. Candler Brooks, Mrs. Josiak Vara; Social, Mrs. O. B. Mueller; Special Events, Mrs. John DuBoia; Amateur Motion Pictures. Mrs. C S. Myetif; 'Duplicate Bridges, Mrs N. A. Reasoner; Hostess, Mrs. John Drew: Private parties, Mias Denise Shields, Mrs. H. E. Mower; Junior Department sponsors, Mrs. Harold Bondy: Little Women, Mrs. D. E. Hartwell ; American Citizenship, Mrs, A. A. Barker; Courtesy, Mrs. F. A. Harrison; Education, Miss Jessie Miller; Flower, Mrs. W. H. Tucker; House, Mrs. R. T. Ward; Grounds, Mrs. C. R. Dickinson; Community Service, and Welfare, Mrs. Charles E. Rogers. Mrs. F. G. Elder; Printing. Mrs. J. R. Burris; Publicity. Mrs. Randall A. Welchman; and Cancer Control. Mias Dorothy Swartx. . Those Present Attending the luncheon and installation were: Mrs. W. F. Bay ! Mrs. D. E. Hartwell, Mrs. David W. Moore, SCHOOL HAS PLAY The Ellenton grammar school children gave an operetta, Little Black Sambo," in three parts, Friday,at 8 oclock, in the school auditorium, under the snpervision of the principal, Mrs. Buena Mead. Little Blaek Sambo, Sonny Edwards; "Mumbo," Jean Garcia; Jumbo," Leonord Keever; Tigers, Jerald Church, Kline Condo, James Foy, Warren Edwards; Monkies, " Mollie Bess Tyler, Velma Langford, Thomas w. n . A Shaw, Dona Keever, Mickie Foy, Mrs. D. L. Ormrty, Bunny Mitchell, Jack Thomas, Merle Davis; Crocodile," Clif SEAT COVERS For AU Cara COMMUNITY SERVICE STATION w low hw Pm Ofk Phone 24-241 The pmra Miiitr af w wt r, infill alnfartiM. T AMI AMI CLEANERS WOMANS CLUB LUNCHEON FRIDAY Mrs. Ed Day, Mrs. Lee Day, Mrs. John Schaut, Mrs. Foster Silber-nagle. Mrs. Frank Fiald, Mrs. M. M. Harrison, Mrs. F. E, Fair, Mrs. E. D. Barnes, Mrs. Cecil Stockard. Mrs. R. B. Balis, Mrs. E. C. Bslis. Mrs. B. G. Arnold, Mrs. Harold Bondy, Mrs. Victor Hul-linger, Mrs. Jack Parker, Mrs. Rose Blakeman, Miss June LeVeay. Mrs. Candler Brooks, Mrs.' Paul J. Ray, Miss Ruth Thistle-wait, Mrs. E. Lee Reiker, Mrs. L J. Small. Mrs. W. D. Moore, Mrs. W. II. MaeColl, Mrs. Harry Horner, Mrs. Tommie Thompson, Mrs. Fern Akins, Mrs. A. M. Telsnder, Mrs. D. Jameson, Mrs. D. D. Luck-enbill, Mrs. Charlotte Wight, Mrs. Truman Perry, Mrs. R. B. Vgn-skike. Mrs. Henry Payne. Mrs. C. F. Parvin, Mrs. F. G. Elder. Mrs. A. A. Barker, Mrs. Flora Parry, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. E. P. Tuttle, Mrs. T. M. C- Duffee, Mrs. J. A. Frank, Mrs, W. C. Maxwell, Mrs. O. B. Moeller, Mrs. Hugh Vaughn, Mrs. Walter Ayers, Mrs. Fannie Snell, Mra. Raymond Lasher, Mrs. W. E. Conrad, Miss Edna French, Miss Benedict, Mrs. Anna S. Lane, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell. Mrs. A. J. Lawlor, Mra. Ed Rice, Mrs. C. E. Wilcox, Mrs. Linus Clark, Mrs. W. E. Gray, Mrs. Mosser. Mrs. H. J. Edsall, Mrs. Jessie Trimble Mrs. G. W. Eamshaw, Mrs. Cleveland Alderman, Mrs. James Hightower, Mrs. R. A. Weichman, Mra. Charles Rogers, Mrs. F. A. Harrison, Mrs. C- H. Doolittle, Mrs. Josiah Vsm, Mrs. John Undley, Mrs. John Drew, Mrs. J. B. Zoller, Mrs. F. C. H. Manns, Mrs. A. W. Staples, Mrs. H. D. Head, Mrs. Frank Wight, Mra. J. CL Rogers. Mrs. J. H. Humphries, Mrs. Edward Randolph, Mrs. H. H. Hastings. Mrs. B. W. Hendrickson, Mrs. A. R. Bradley, Mra. Martha Wilson, Mrs. L C. Butler, Mrs. George Allen, Mrs. R. T. Ward. Mrs. Stroh, Mrs. F. A. Parker, Mrs. Ray Palmer, Mrs. H. E. Mower, Mrs. Iveson Lloyd, Miss Denise Shields. Mrs. G. W. Warner, Mrs. Clarke Myers, Miss Nancy Davis, Mrs. Etta Wallace. Palmetto CHURCH 8ERVICES Rev. Sam Scott will speak at the Methodist church today at 11 a. m. .... Union services will be held at the Baptist church tonight ut' 8 m with Dr. A. L- Burgreen as guest speaker. This is a custom of the churches every fifth Sunday to meet in union evening service. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY Circle One of the Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. D. M. Mclnnis on Sixth street at 8:30, Monday. Circle Two will meet at the home ot Mra. H. O. Hobbs on Parkway drive. BAPTIST W. M. S. The Baptist W. M. S. will hold its business meeting at the church Monday at 3:30 p. m. Mra. W. L. Oxford will be in charge. METHODIST CIRCLE8 The Mary Willis circle will meet at the home of Mra. Janie Wooten on Fourth street at 8:30 p. m. Monday. The Sarah Lamb circle will meet at the home of Mrs. P. M. Padgett on Sixth avenue. The Virginia Parrish will meet at the home of Mra. Clomer Travnham on Twelfth avenue. The Prudence Vaughn circle will meet at the home of Mrs. C. L. Smoak at 708 Riverside drive. 0. E. 8. WILL MEET The regular meeting of the 0. E. 8. will be held at ths Masonic hell, Monday, at 8 oclock. . GARDEN CLUB TO MEET The Tuesday meeting of the Palmetto circle of the Garden Club will be postponed, on account of conflicting dates. The meeting will be Friday afternoon at 8:30, at the home of Mrs. Charles Evans, on Sixth avenue. ford Steel; Giraffe, Wilbur Young and Joe Fisher: The negro children, Black Sambos, friends were a group of small children. Between scenes Miss Millie ! Waters entertained with a Hawaiian dance dressed in the na-Itive costume. Mrs. Finney, of Bradenton, was at the piano. The stage waa realistic in its ; scenes, the home of Little Black j Sambo, was a typical negro home, with the jungle made of dense foliage making a background for the tigers and other animals, (Continued on Page 7) LET THE SUN HEAT YOUR WATER SUN RAY WATER HEATER S a. B Da Jr. a I. C Cnppf" n Sth A Fhaa 14-7! I S. Reports of the recent grand chapter meeting, and the welcoming of distinguished guests were features of the meeting of the Bradenton chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, Thursday night at Masonic hall. The chapter wee honored by a viait from the newly appointed Grand Esther, Mrs, Mattye Dupree, of Palmetto chapter, . and Mra. Maxine Stringer, grand instructor of District 17, of Sarasota chapter. They were wel corned by the worthy matron and presented flowers and gifts from the chapter - and from friends. Other distinguished guests introduced were Mrs. Alice Fletcher, grand representative of the grand jurisdiction of Oregon; Mrs. Beryl Humphries, grand representative of Maine; and Boyd L. Hudgins, member of the credential committee of grand chapter. The highlight of the evening was tiie report of the grand chapter recently held in Tampa.- Miss Blanche Curry, worthy matron, was assisted by Mra. Sue Brown, associate matron. Mias Cony reported that this was the thirty-fifth session and waa called the Morning Glory session" and was attended by 2,000 members. A social hour was enjoyed after the business session and refreshments were served to about one hundred members and guests. GARDEN CLUB WILL HOLD LUNCHEON AT HOTEL MANAVISTA The Manatee River Garden Club will hold its annual luncheon Wednesday, May 3, at the Hotel Manavista at 1 p. m. A resume of the years work will be given by all officers, circle chairmen and committees, with two-minute reports to be given by each. New committee chairmen will be named for next year. Reservations may be made by calling the hotel dining, room before Tuesday at noon. It has been announced that members of the Garden Gub may invite guests to attend the luncheon. BENEFIT BRIDGE TO BE SPONSORED BY SERVICE CLUB - A benefit bridge party will be sponsored by the Service Gub of Bradenton Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dan Blalock, 1710 Third Avenue. Contract will be played pivotally or progressively during the afternoon, according to the choice of the players. Prizes for high scores will be awarded, and refreshments will be served at the close of the games. Proceeds from the party will be used by the Service Club in its underprivileged child work." Manatee A number of couples from the Manatee Epworth League attended the Gulf Edge Union banquet at the Manavista Hotel in Bradenton Friday night. Mrs. W. H. Allison returned home Friday afternoon from a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Rathbun in Tampa. Rev. W. C. Rogers will preach at Oneco this morning. Rev. T. W. Carlton will preach at the Manatee Methodist church this momitig. Mrs. W. T. Gaillafd returned to her home hi Tampa Friday after a visit with her friend, Mrs. W. C. Rogers. The subject of Rev. Grady Herndon's sermon this morning will be The Reality of God and at the evening hour The Touch of His Hand. There will not be a meeting of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Monday on account of the May Day Fete at the Manatee school house Monday night. Rev. Grady Herndon preached Saturday morning at Terra Ceia, the occasion being the Fifth Saturday meeting of this district BRADENTON O. E. HAS GUESTS AT MEETING -Social Calendar - MONDAY 10:30 a. m. St. Elizabeth chapter with Mrs. F. A. Harrison. 3:00 p. m. First Presbyterian W. A. at church. 8:30 p. m. Baptist W. M. S. at church. 3:30 p. m. Methodist W. M. S. at church. 7:30 p. m. Installation of officers, Legion Auxiliary at Hotel Manavista. 7:43 p. m. Westminster Circle at church. m. Entre Nous Gub at Garden Gub Room at Pier, m. Piano recital at Woman's Gub. 8:00 p. 8:00 p. TUE8DAY 2:30 p. m. Service Gub benefit bridge party at home of Mrs. Dan S. Blalock. 3:00 p. m. Martha Circle, O. E. S with Mrs. A. S. Roberts. 3:30 p. m. W. C. T. U. at First Presbyterian church. 7:30 p. m. B. P. W. C. with Mrs. N. J. Trudell. 8:00 p. m. Art League at Pier. 8:00 p. m. Rehekahs at I. O. O. F. hall. , WEDNESDAY 1:00 p. m. Garden Gub Annual Luncheon at Hotel Manavista. 3:00 p. m. Ballard p. T. A. 7:30 p. m. O. E. S. school of instruction. THURSDAY m. Benefit bridge party at Art League room at Pier, m. D. A. R. with Mrs. Lee S. Day. 2:30 p. 3:00 p. SATURDAY 10:30 a. m. Little Women picnic at Bradenton Beach. Circles And Societies CIRCLE TO MEET The Westminster Circle will meet at the Westminster Presbyterian church Monday at 7:48 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. Af Jacocks and Mrs. P. T. Blanton. BAPTIST W. M. S. The Baptist Women's Missionary society executive board will meet Monday at the church at 3 p. m. The regular business meeting will be held at 3:30 p. m. Sunbeams, Junior and Intermediate G. A.s will meet at the aame hour. W. C. T. U. TO MEET The Womens Christian Temperance Union will meet Tuesday at 3:80 p. m. at the First Presbyterian church. Reports from the recent district convention in Sarasota will be heard. BEETHOVEN CLUB The May meeting of the Beethoven Gub will be postponed one week and will be held in the lounge of the Bradenton Womans Club Tuesday, May 9, at 8:30 p. m. , EXTRE NOUS CLUB A meeting of the Entre Nous Gub will be held Monday at 8 p. m. in the Garden Gub room on the lower floor at Memorial Pier. METHODIST W. M. 8. The Womens Missionary society of the First Methodist church will hear reports of delegates to the recent conference at a meeting Monday at 3:30 p.-m. the church. The regular business meeting of the W. M. S. will be held at. the church Monday, May 8, at 3:30 p. m. CHAPTER TO MEET St Elizabeths chapter of the Episcopal W. A. will hold its annual meeting at the hone of Mrs. F. A. Harrison Monday, May 1. Following luncheon a short business session will be held and a talk will be given by Mrs. J. C. Rogers on Indians. R P. W. C. TO MEET The Business and Professional Woman's Club of Manatee County will hold a potluck supper at the home of Mrs. N. J. Trudell on First street, Tuesday, at 7:30 p m. BALLARD P. T. A. Ths Parent-Teacher Association of Ballard school will hold its last meeting of the year Wednesday at 3 p. m. at the school. Installation of officers will, be held, and Mrs. Truman Perry, Srogram leader, will introduce In. Bert W. Hendrickson who will talk on Personality. PRESBYTERIAN W. A. The monthly business meeting of the Womans Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will be held at the church Monday at 8 p. m. The executive board will meet in the Tower room Monday at 2:80 p. m. . REBEKAHS TO MEET The Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the L O. O. F. hall. A social hour will follow the business session. On the hostess committee are Mra. Cyrtle Rise and Mrs. Josia Jones. SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION Mrs. Maxine Stringer, grand instructor of District 17 of the Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a school of instruction at the Masonic hall Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Officers of the O. E. 8. will attend the school, and members of the chapter may also attend. MARTHA CIRCLE The Martha Circle, O. E. S., will meet with Mrs. A. S. Roberts, 615 Twenty-seventh avenue, Tueaday, at 3 p. m. INSTALLATION DINNER Officers of the American Legion Auxiliary will bo installed at a dinner and meeting of the Auxiliary Monday at 7:80 p. m. at the Hotel Manavista. Tne actual installation will take place at Legion hall at 9 p. m. Reservations may be made for the dinner ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE OF MISS MDERMOTT TO E. D. POUNCEY Mrs. r Sarah McDermott announces the marriage of bar daughter, Katherine, to Edward D. Pouncey, jr., Saturday afternoon in a quiet ceremony performed by Franklin Redd, jr., justice of peaee of Sarasota county. Members of the immediate families of the couple were present. Mrs. Pouncey was becomingly attired in a blue marquisette aft-emon frock with which she won white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. ' Mrs. Pouncey is a native of Florida, having lived in Sarasota for a number of yean, and attended the Sarasota high achooL She is well known and popular among the younger groups of Bradenton and Sarasota. Mr. Pouncey is a native of Akron, Ohio, and haa reaided in Sarasota for several months. The couple will leave Monday on a wedding trip to Alabama and Ohio. MRS. HELENE KEHOE, F. W. WILLIAMSON ARE MARRIED - Mrs. John G. Beed, of Boston, Mass., announces the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. M. Helene Ke-hoe, of Bradenton, to Frank W. Williamson. The ceremony was performed Saturday evening, April 29, with County Judge Sam Murphy officiating. Mrs. Williamson is the daughter of Mrs. Reed and the late Joseph R. Higgins. She has made her home in Bradenton for the past several yean. Mr. Williamson is the son of Mrs. Annie H. Williamson, of Clearwater, and the late John Williamson. Mr. Williamson is a native of Clearwater, but has lived in Bradenton for several years. He is district supervisor of the Farm Security Administration, Department of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson will be at home to their friends at the Robert Whitney HoteL Personals Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Head have rqeturaed from a convention recently held in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brets, formerly of Girard, Ohio, will arrive this week to make their home with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shenk, 410 Seventh street. Their son, Robert, is Already a senior at Bradenton High school. Mias Anna Wilda Norris, of Winter Garden, is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norris. She has as her house guest. Miss Jane Me-Cown, of Winter Garden. Mra. . Fred Sills, of Sarasota, is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert left for their home in Indiana today after pending the winter here at 2812 Manatee avenue. Miss Nell Riley has as her week-end guest, Miss Helen Hereford, of Sarasota. Dr.'R. M. Sheets, of Miami, was a visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lyon and daughter, Ellen, of Orlando, are week-end guests of the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Sel-man. Misa Grace Shuttleworth, of New York City, and Gordon Mac-Smith, of Miami, are spending the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Edsall. by calling Mrs. B. E. King, Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Fletcher, or Mra. W. H. Hill before Monday at 2 p. m., or at the hotel Tallevast John Beraell, of Fargo, Georgia, ia visiting at the home of his cousin, Causey Brady, Oneco. Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Corbett, of Tampa, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Corbett's parents, Mr. and Mra. Geo. T. McKendree. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bright are spending this week at 8ulphur Springs as guests of Mrs. M. 8. McKendree, grandmother of Mrs. Bright . F'. Ub nd ,0", Fred, left Tueaday morning for Nashville, Tennessee. There they will meet Mr. Lang and go on to St Louis, Mo., where they will make their home. GROUP TO HAVE PICNIC The Little Women of the Worn, ans Gub will hold a picnic at the Bradenton Beach Baths Saturdav May 6- All mothers with cars and members planning to attend have been asked to meet at the club house at 10:30 a. m. Saturday. Oar DRY CLEANING inter new appeal to EASTER APPAREL Married Mrs. Billy Gilley, above, was the former Miss Ruby Glover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Glover, of Parrish, before her marriage Wednesday, April 19, in Wauchula Parrish blisses Oja and Marie Capps and brother, Willard of Balm were among friends here Thursday. Bill Rich was a visitor in Tampa Wednesday. Miss Helen Elsberry of Wi-mauma spent Friday evening in Parrish. Eldridge Scott spent Thursday in Tampa. Pasco Swat, of Balm, waa a visitor here Friday. W. A. Gillett and Alvin Burford was among the visitors in Tampa Friday. Mrs. T. A. Hendry has been ill at her home for several days. H. A. Gillett spent Thursday and Friday in Tampa. Prof. W. E. Troutman left Friday evening to srent the week-end at his home in Zephyrhiils. Odis and Boyce Simmons of Picnic, were visitors here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Parker and little daughter of Gibsonton, spent Friday evening with friends in Parrish. Robert McGenithan of Arcadia, is here for a few dsys. William Stallings of LaBelle, was a visitor here Friday anJ Saturday. Terra Ceia - The Fifth Sunday union meeting being held Saturday and Sunday at the local Baptist church is being largely attended. Rev. Earl Lewis, of Tampa, who is holding a revival in chureh delivered a forceful message Saturday morning. Services will be held each evening the coming week at eight o'clock. Miss Dorothea Boyd arrived home Friday night from Jacksonville where she has completed a course in heauty culture. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodwin Friday. Sunbeams will meet at the Baptist church Monday afternoon at three- o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rents and daughter, Msry Jo, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bower and children. Rosemary and Clayton, all of Lakeland, were recent visitors at the Boyd Home. Mrs. Rints and Mra. Brower are sisters of Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. T. H. Barber of Palmetto. Samoset PRESENT PLAY The P. T. A. presented a negro miniatrel, Birmingham Button Busters, Friday night at the school auditorium. 8tring and harmonica music was enjoyed at the opening of the play. The east wae as follows: Mr. King, J. M. Haynes; Rastus Johnson, W. A. Martin; Jasper Joblet, M. F. Roberts; Mr. Crowfoot, Walter Haynes; Pete Paddlefoot. Ed Kemmer; John Henry Johnson, Earl Haynes; Miss Magonola Apple Blossom, Mrs. F. J. Key: Mra. Paddlefoot, Mrs. W. A. Martin; Mama, kin. J. L. Boyd; Meheley, Mrs. M. F. Roberts; Rosie Delicious, Polly Hill; Lisa and Dina, Etta and Della Stacy; Susie Jane, Mr. W. L Riven; Mrs. Paddlefoot's children, v Bobbie Boyd, Novella Allen, Millard Roberts,' Jean Kath-( Continued on-Page 7) Flowers 514 12th Street WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS MILK non st-iTi BURNETT BROS. DAIRY PRODUCTS C(h FOR INDIGESTION Macka Remedy fMoewy Back $400 Guarantee-....-. 1 UcMnOeo Dm Co. '. iSB" " WATCH THIS SPACE I I Engagement Of Miss Link Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Link today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn, to Dr. Thomas L. Casey, of New York City. Tlw wedding will take place in June. Miss Link, who ia well known and popular in Bradenton, is a graduate of Manatee County High school. She received her A. B. degree at Florida Southern College, and taught in the schools of this county. She also was a teacher for two years in the schools at Santurre, Puerto Rico, and is now teaching in the Sarasota High school. Misa Link has spent two summers at Columbia University working towards a masters degree in music. She is a member of the Beethoven Club here. ' BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN BY BILL SMITH IS A party in celebration of seventh birthday was given by Bill Smith, son of Mrs. Lutie B. Smith, and grandson of Mr. and Mra. R. W. Rcnt'vy, Saturday afternoon at his home. The lfternoon wae spent by the youn gverts in playing a variety of entertaining games Later a delicious refreshment course was served. Attending were George Christian, Lucretia Smith, Katherine Ann Webb,- Billy Hefner, Skipped Greenlaw, Bobby Greenlaw, Diane Beck, John Doolittle, Betty Ann Troutman, Betty Argo, Billy Henson, Worth Henson, Johnny Mack Wallace, Richard Wallace, Beverly Chapman, Sheila Dyson, Julie Ford, Diana Pierce, Bobby Talley, Baily Magruder, Ernest Lloyd. Henry Nichols, Jerry Sewell and Patsy Brown. D. A. R. MAY MEETING WILL BE HELD AT HOME OF MRS. DAY Osceola chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, will hold its May meeting Thursday, May 4, at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. L. S. Day, 1720 Manatee Avenue. Mrs. II. L. Land will be the assistant hostess. This is the annual meeting of the chapter and all officers and committee chairmen are to give reports of their .years work. Installation of next years officers will also be held. Visiting Daughters wDI he welcome if the hostesses are notified in advance. PIANO RECITAL spin will be heard in a piano recital Monday night at 8 o clock at the Bradenton Woman's Club. The recital will be open to the public. PALMETTO 10c THEATRE Me Today Thru Tuesday ELEANOR POWELL BURNS & ALLEN HONOLULU CARTOON Today Tomorrow Centiamwa 1 :3t Teday Sexesn&c.SH&t FEATURE STARTS 1:36 - 3J3 3:3 - 7:39 8:41 A

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