The Dothan Eagle from Dothan, Alabama on May 1, 1949 · Page 13
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The Dothan Eagle from Dothan, Alabama · Page 13

Dothan, Alabama
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Sunday, May 1, 1949
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THOUGHT FOR TODAY n{ expect to pass through this ·ojld but once. Any good there* that I can do, or any kind- tbat I can show to any fel- ,-- creature, ' e t me do it how. .t me not defer or neglect i t, tor * sha11 not paja thia w * y It it ony necessary to gcow , d to become more charitable nd even indulgent -- I" see no St committed by others that I a ve not committed myself." -- '«. Atnason Speaks Decorating To Study Club OZARK (Special) -- Mrs. J. O. ·oods was hostess to the Maude artin Study Club at her homo on 'edtofsday afternoon. Sweetpeas ri jnapdragons were featured in t decoration. : . C. H. Atkinson, presided the business session. Mrs, a^Ji Poarce was welcomed as new member and Mrs. J. P. Hey, Jr., was reinstated. Mrs. H. Kcllcy, Mrs. Wyatt Bel_ er and Mrs. Garner Smith were ^pointed on a committee to aid i^ Garden Club in the fifth an- Q Flower Show. jjrs. B. !· Martin, pro^an leader, presented Mrs. T. G. Ama- ion the guest speaker. Mrs. Ama- Kn ipoke on interior decorating, emphasizing arrangement of lur- Biture in the home and the har- isny Q* colors. Roll call was ansv/ered by the sobers giving helpful household *A special guest of the club was Mrs. Maude Martin, organizer of fee club. ·-.At the close of the meeting the hostess, assisted lay Mrs. Aubrey jlartin, served a salad course, tea Idair.tUs and hot coffee to fifteen jmembcrs and three guests: Mrs. T G. Amason, Mrs. Maude Mar- Ilin and Mrs. Aubrey Martin. .And Mrs. Jones osts At Family emion Party A family reunion party was held unday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jones, of M i d l a n d My route one. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones, of Montgomery, r and Mrs, F. H. Hale, of AsV ford, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hale md son, Henry, of Dothan, Mr. ind Mrs. J. D. Hale, Mr. a n d vlrs. Lum T. Powers and children, 'oe and Judy, Mr. and Mrs, Joe man and daughter, L i i d a, .lack Helms and Sarah Helms, of Have You Read DEVIL MAKE A THIRD" Get Your Copy at BOOK ART SHOP 113 West Troy · f t , f, * * f *Jf*£fl f,',f... ·* . m Mxss Wanda Lunsfford was presented in a piano recital by her teacher, Mrs. W. C. Smith, on Friday evening, April 22. Offering a varied and well balanced program, the young pianist wai enthusiastically received by an appreciative Audience. Miss Lunsford ( the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lunsford, will be graduated from Young Junior high school in June. She plans to continue her studies In voice and piano. . Beta Sigma Group Entertained At Supper Meeting ENTERPRISE ( S p e c i a l ) -Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained at a supper party and dance on Monday evening at "fiie L E Club in celebration of Founders Day. The club was beautifully decorated with silver vases of Easter lilies. A black candlestick, holding a yellow taper, carrying out the sorority colors, centered each table. Supper w a s served buffet from a table overlaid with a white cloth and centered with the three-tiered cake, surrounded by a garland of roses. The» rushees attending w e r e Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brock; Dr. and Mrs. James Stanley; Mr. an5 Mrs. Wes'Gardner; Miss M a r - garet Peacock, Floyd Emme't Pucket and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. Other guests attending were: Dr, and Mrs. James Grimes. Mr, Andalusia, J. C. McVay, Mattte Pearl McVay, Mrs. Sadie B e l l Matthews and son, Wayne, Mrs, Lucile Cornett and 1 son, Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McVay, of Luverne, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hale and children, Dan, Randolph, Barbara and Brenda, of Ozark, Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Hale and daughter. Ann, of Greenville. and Mrs. Henry De Jarnette; Miss Nell Latimer p JFerrell B e e v e s , M i s s Elizabeth Andress, J o e Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Lomax Searcy, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Chancey, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Romulus Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Revel Searcy, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bird. Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Baker Lee, Mr, 'and Mr?. Doug Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bromberg, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bynum, Capt, and Mrs. B i l l Adams, Mr. and Mrs. F l o y d Puckett, Duncan Finley a n d Frank Clipson. Eight New Members Added To Co-Hi Boosters Club ENTERPRISE'(Special) -- Ths Co-Hi Boosters elected eight new members Friday at a program meeting when the members pre- rented "Lil Abner." The new members are Billie Dewaigaa Daughtry, James Walding and Olivia Capps, Junior III; Connie Loomis and T h e o Lee, Senior I; Eldridge Rogers, Jerry Harris, and Myrtle Cutts, Senior 2. Initiation stunts were planned for the new members to p -e r- form during the day. Group Entertained At Party Honoring Lawrence. Howell * · i · - - ' . Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Howell entertained at a chicken dinner recently celebrating: t h e sixth birthday anniversary of t h e i r nephew, Lawrence HoweU. Red roses adorneS the p a r t y table and the birthday cake vas embossed in pink Ilowers a n d topped by six pink candles. Guests at the birthday fete included: Mr. and Mrs. Whit Jones and daughter, Christine, Mr. and Mrs. Gaaton Howell, Jeet HoweU, Buck and Junior Woods, Junior Howell, Pauline Johrson, Frances Howell, Virginia Ann. Sara, Edna Grace and Ada Florence Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stringfellow and childcen, Bobby Joe and Betty Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howell. * * Webb Church Group Meets for Social And Program Members of the Webb M s t h - odist WSCS met at the c h u r c h Monday for a program meeting with Mrs. Shelby Thomas a n d Mrs. Dewey Ealey as joint hostesses. Mrs. Dewey Raley gave the treasurer's report and Mrs, Shelby Thomas read minutes o! t h c previous meeting. Mrs. A. B. Hinson was leader of meditation which concluded with prayer by Mrs. Lucille Causey. Others taking part on the p r o- gram were Mrs. Dewey Raley, Mrs. . Melborn Ivey, Mre. R a y- mond Williams, Mrs. E d g a r Ivey and Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. J. P. Whatley was elected a delegate to the Alabama c o n- ference to b e held in M o b i l e . Mrs. Raymond Williams will attend as a district officer. Mrs. Whatley led the closing prayer. Refreshments were served t o seventeen membare. .:.; ^;, THE DOTHAN EAGLE, Sunday, May I. 1945 15 CALENDAR 1 4 f APRIL BRIDE -- Mrs. Harold Constantine, prior to her marriage on April 1 fit Pascagoula, Miss., was Miss Jeanette Ziglar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ziglar, of Dothan. Mr. and Mrs, Constantine are residing tit Mobile. » * SHOES of QUALITY-BUILT for COMFORT A PRACTICAL THOUGHTFUL GIFT for Mrs. Jones Observes 57th Birthday At Dinner In Newville Mrs. W. H. Jones celebrated her 57th birthday anniversary S u n- day at a dinner given in h e r home at Newville. Atteno^ng were: Mr. and Mrs. Carlin Cherry and son, J i m m y, I Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Armstrong' a n d daughters F a y e a n d Kathryn, of Dothan, Mrs. Minnie Lou Tew and children, Nell, Fred and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jones and daughter, Diamre, o f Newville, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Jones and sons, Hugh and S o n - ny, of Eufaula, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Beauchamp and daughter, Linda Joyce, of Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Hex Bond and children, Mr; and Mrs. O v a l Daughtry and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold and family, Mrs. Emaline Bonn, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCoy and children, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, of Newville, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parker and son, of Headland, Mr. a n d Mrs. C. C. Haymon and family, o! Dothan, and Charlie Trammel, of Headland. SUPPER AT CHURCH Family Night will be observed at the First Presbyterian church Wednesday evening and supper will be served at 6j30 p. m. All church members and their -families are invited to attend a n d each housewife is asked to 'oring a picnic supper. * * * Mrs. F. B. Whitfioid is spending the weekend in Montgomery as the guest of Miss Nelly K. Wlii*- field. * · · P. F. Whigham, of Sanfor*. Fla., and G. D. Whigham. of Daytona Beach, Fla., arrived h e r e yesterday to visit thtir sister an4 brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Knight. Before returning h o m e they will also visit at Newville MEETING CHANGED The Dothan Garden club mee*- ing, scheduled for Tuesday at tne home of Mrs. J. F. Bottoms, has been postponed and the meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 10. Mrs. W. W. Fail, of Tampa, Fla., has arrived for a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Fail * · · Miss Frances Farmer, of Montgomery, formerly of Dothan, MONDAY-2:30 p. m, Tha executive bcari of Soutnside Baptist WMS will meet at the church and t h «· WMS program meeting, scheduled for 3:00 p. m., will be followed by a business meeting at 3:30 p. m. 3:00 p. m. Foster Street Methodist WSCS will hold its monthly business and program meet.r.^ at the church- 3:30 p. m. Circles of the Pre-sb- terian WOC wiH meot as f o \lows: Circle 1 -- Mrs. W a d e Griffin; Circle 2 -- Mrs. ^Tran* Coviugton; Circle S -- Mrs. T. E. Buntin; Circle 4 -- Mrs. Oscar Clark; Circle 5 -- Mrs. W. T. Street. 4:00 p. m. Grandview WMS circles w i l l meet as follnv?: Lenora Caraway circle -- Mrs. J. R. Brown; Frar.ces Pate o:r- cle -- Mrs. W. H. Caraway and \ Julia Askew circle -- Mrs. Bill ' Perry. 7:00 p. m. The Business W circle of Southsido WMS m e e t with Mrs. Clarence; We^ks. ! 7:30 p. m. Circle 7 o? the Prssby- ! terian WOC will meet with Miss ; Duffie Algier with Mrs. E i: za- belh Teal is co-hostess. j TUESDAY-4:00 p. m. Grandview Intermediate Girls Auxiliary will meet at tfae church. 7:00 p. m. Miss Victoria Owens will entertain Gnir.dview YVVA. THTJBSDAY-- 3:30 p. m. Miss Ptr.olia McCcrd will be hostess to the Grandviev Junior G. A. FRIDAY-3:00 p. m. The Young Woman's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Rush. Remember Mother/ t knew your Mother "will want to hear from you on Mother's Doy, May 8th --and wt hov« tht HalU mark Cord thct ioy« {ust whot you want to soy, th« way you wont to soy H, Better yours now. THE BOOK ART SHOP 113 West Troy with their brother, Dr. Whigham and family. A. L. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chambliss of leave tomorrow for a ten - days vacation trip to New York Citv where she will join Miss M a r y "Eleanor Goldthwaite, Miss Caroline Acree and Miss Lou Farmer who left Dothan for New Y o r k the past week. · · « Mrs. M. L. Thomas of r o u t e four, is visiting her daughters, Atlanta, are spending the weekend; Mrs. G. W. Burtt and Mrs. Robert * * ctssic gey ARCH PRESERVER gfotf Miss Nell Brannen Attending Meeting Of Librarians ENTERPRISE ( S p e c i a l ) -Miss Nell Brannen, librarian for t h e Coffee-Geneva regional library* is attending the Alabama Library Association meeting in Mobile this weekend. The Coffee-Geneva Regional library bookmobile will be on display at the Mobile Public Library throughout the meeting, in order that librarians throughout t h -a state may see the method b y which the people in Coffee a n d Geneva counties receive library service. Miss Brannen, as sectional chairman, is in charge of one o f in Dothan with Mrs. Chambliss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Martin. * · · Mr. and Mrs. F. V. White attended the Rose Show in Thornas- ville, Ga. f Friday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sandoz, of Ashford. * * * Miss Mae Ledbetter, of Br/son City, N. C., arrived Friday for a two-weeks visit with Mrs. DureJ Martin, * · · Dr. Dupree Davis and Dr. J. M. Welden left Saturday for Biloxi, Miss., to attend a meeting of the Alabama Dental Association. * · * Mrs. C. K. Newton and s o n . Chris, of Bradenton, Fla., a n d Mrs. C. H. Newton, of Lakeland. C. Wilson, of Bimingham. * · * Mrs. C. K. Carter Entertains Club Camp Springs home demonstration club met Friday at the home of Mrs. C. K. Carter and the hostess led the devotional. Members answered roll call by naming their favorite fruit for freezing. Mrs. Gladys Armstrong, Mrs Olen Armstrong, Mrs. Lora Holland and Mrs, Carter were seleci- ed to attend the council meeting at Edwin. Mrs. Holland, food leader, assisted Miss Lillian Cox in t h e peanut demonstration. Refreshments w e r e served *t Fla., will arrive Monday for a vis- ! the close of the meeting, it.with Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Hicks, j · · · * · * i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Collins, of M. C. Andei'SOH route one, are in Dothan for the XT f "Ri"vfVirlov weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. IMOteS -DlrulUciy Ralph Collins. Mrs. Otis Tuttle and i n f s n t daughter, Paula, were removed Saturday from a local hospital to their home, 503 Hammond A v e- nue. * * · Mrs. Carey Hooks will return to Atlanta Monday after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. T. M. Espy. the programs of the public 11- braries division of the Alabama Library Associ ation. Mr. M. C. (Coe) Anderson, of Headland route one, was honoree Sunday at a surprise family party held at his home celebrating h'a 66th birthday anniversary. Present f o r the celebration were: Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Anderson, A. V. Anderson and children, J. L. Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. P a u l Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L u n n i * Anderson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan and ion, or Columbus, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of Midland City. Attend the Just itt what a new end l«vefy tocV tfttse Selby ARCH PRESERVER SHOES give your feet. Once you try on these closed beauties, you will know why they're such favorites end fl comfort these famous wayu * arch bridge 15.95 BAXTER'S SHOE STORE FLOWER SHOW · Sponosored by The Garden Clubs of Dothan TODAY THE ARMORY While there, visit VAN RITCH'S BRIDAL DISPLAY OC/feA Ladie/ Stare NORTH FOSTER STREET N. Foster St. Dothan; VAN RITCH shimmer in -m / V". ··). ·f/', **** 10.00 to 23.00 Oar iridescent chambrays for juniors gleam like a lake in the sunlight. There's a changeable quality to the color that-seems to shun Summer soiling:. . as quickly as you can say "shimmery chamhray". Many of the most popular styles are bare-backs with stoles or iacficeta for cover-up occasions. an LADIES'STORE NORTH FOSTER

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