The Knoxville News-Sentinel from Knoxville, Tennessee on July 1, 1928 · 30
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The Knoxville News-Sentinel from Knoxville, Tennessee · 30

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" I 'V' I " I r K ta f ' 1 1 ' J : J MARRIED IN JUNE ISLAND HOME CLUB HOLDS MEETING The Idul Horn Park Community club met Tuesday evening V at the home of Ur and Ur T & Shepherd la Island Heme park Wallace Hitch president presided at the meeting Several ideas for beautification were submlt- ted by' the manager of the dub Miss Marcia Perkin ’' The next meeting will he' at ' Stercbt Park- The annual picnic :: will he held the middle of July FIRST CLASSICAL CLUB FROLIC TUESDAY The Classical Nights Dancing club will give its first annual -midnight frolle at - the Lyceum Tuesday evening The Florida Night Hawks will play- Hours will be from iltoU The dancing will be chaperoned -'V : :” BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MISS MARGARET SMITH -t A - birthday party - was given V for Miss Margaret Layman Smith -by her parents - Mr and Mrs 'i Clarence E Smith at their home von Park View avenue yesterday - from X to 5 p m About forty ' children were v? guests and games were enjoyed : -Miss Smith was ten years old 1 : S Miss Mary K Dulln returned home ' yesterday after a several weeks visit to French Lick EUROPE - at Autumn is truly besntifcl nd allnriag especially to the traveller who wishes to avoid the tooriel crowds Rate arc lower aad a wider choice of boos la offered Ammonia really the ideal i aontaSovEampe in leisurely The FRANCONIA WORLD CRUISE V t — January A SnperOniae Liner aoa SwperCraiae— viais-Id porta not before by era he chipa All ieU nnder Joint man- of Canard Lina and hoc Cook ft Sons Rates LOOOnp RrMHkhviHioiS — ENGAGED — ' CASSIDY-TILESTON - Mrs L F Cassidy of CSC N Broadway announces the engage- I meat and approaching mnrrlago of bar daughter Hazel Marla to Robert Tiles ton of New York FLOWERsWsSELL Mr and Mrs George Thomas Flowers of C4S Ponce de Leon I avenue Atlanta Ga announce the engagement of their daughter Martha Helen to William Duard Russell of Bristol Tenn The marriage will take place In August LOTSPEICH-WHITBECK Mr and Mrs W W Lotapleeh of Cocoanut Grove Fla an-1 nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Margaret Ayres to George Paul Whltbeck of Albany N Y The marriage will take place at the home of the bride's parents on August 31 JOHNSON-EDDJGTON Invitations have been Issued ‘to the marriage of Mlsa Helen I laahelle Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Stephen I Johnson to the Rev Karl B Edlngton The marriage will take place July SO at Mount Lebanon Baptist church Maryville IS WED SATURDAY The marriage of Mias’ Emma - Glenn Alexander to Paul-Patton Robinson took place at the - Second Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon The marriage of Mias Mabel Sullivan to- Clarence Earl Harmon waa solemnised on June 31 Mrs Harmon Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Sullivan Local Agent or CUNARD and ANCHOR lines 44Walbm SL Atlanta Ga Jellico JELLICO Tenn — Misses Fran eenla and Jana Ellla have returned to their home In Knoxville after a visit with their sister and brother Mr and Mrs Charles McCllntock Smith — Dr Tom Jennings of Whlteaburg Ky waa a visitor In the city on Mon- Uhe Aristocrat” A Jnuy slipper for summer social affairs — viih all the quality its name implies In Blonde and Black Satin at Eleven Dollars— In Patent Leather at Ten Dollars EXQUISITE HOSIERY Che Toot Sever Store" :: LONG-HURST V: v Tbs marriage of Mlsa Virginia - Ines Long daughter of Mr and Mrs -Charles E Long to Samuel L Hunt waa solemnised Saturday evening June S3 at 9 o'clock at tha home of the bride's sister Mrs J W Leatherwood 141 Chandler-at In the presence of relatives and close friends The Rev C E -Wauford pastor of the Island Home Baptist church officiated Mr and Mrs "Hunt left Immediately following the mony for Aahevllle N C where they will make their home tVILKERSON-LAKE A wedding that came as a surprise to their friends was that of Miss 'Mary Elisabeth Wllkerson daughter of Mr J H Wll-kerson and the late Dr J H Wllkerson to Henry Black Lake which was solemnized Saturday at 2 p m in the parlon'of First Butist church Dr F F Brown officiated The bride was a member of the 1926 graduating elaaa of Knoxville High school The groom la the son of Mr and Mra j C J - Lake of Stamps Ark and Is connected with the A O Heins Co After July Jt Mr and Mn Lake will bo at home to friends at the Calllson - apartments In Middle boro Ky ' FRAWLEY-EISELE The marriage of Mlsa Suaan Frawley daughter of Mr and Mra Peter Frawley of Newport to Albert Elaele of Blue Earth Minn took place Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'eloek at 8t Agnes Chapel Newport The ceremony was followed by a low nuptial mass Rev I Father John J Lynskey of Cleveland officiated Miss Rose Joy of Knoxville played the wedding march Mlaa Caroline Frawley and P F Frawley Jr sister and brother of the bride were the attendants 1 LOUISVILLE Tenn — Mr and The chapel and altar were decorated with lilies and magnolia Mrs Herbert Creech left Wed-blossoms nesday for Norton Va after a The bride’s costume was of cream lace over cream ehlffon week's visit with her parents Mr with a lace picture bat to match 8hc carried a bouquet of roses and Mrs Rosewell Parsons — lilies and larkspur tied with blue tulle and ribbon Miss Caroline Rev E H Dunlap left 8unday Frawley wore a dress of embroidered rose beige georget with a for Philadelphia for medical picture hat of old 'rose straw and ribbon Her flowers were treatment— Mr and Mrs Leslie cream and pink roses and larkspur with blue and pink ribbon Wlsecarver and small son his After a short wedding trip Mr and Mra Elsele will leave for sister Mrs Annie Jeffries and Blue Earth where they will make their home nephew John Gideon hare re- Aniong those coming Jta tlie wedding from a distance were turned from a motor trip to Bos-tho Rev Henry Verst of Alsace Ind Mrs Stanley McMahan ton Pittsfield and other eastern j u- w T t ciiiwn I Miss Carrie Bryan McBee and Mrs Grace Long of Sevlervllle and cities — Mrs Lowry Yearout and “ r" N- °- s wilson-j ohnson daughter Mrs Clyde Hutaell In Mr and 'Mrs Asbury Wilson of Maynaf drills announce Marie and Allie George Collier of Knoxville — Mrs Lester Wilson the marriage of their daughter Ella Vonette to Robert O Powells were the week-end has as her house guest Miss Johnson of Knoxville June 23 I guests of Mr and Mrs L R Georgette Walker of Lancaster Mr and Mrs Johnson will make their home In Knoxville Harper — Mr and Mra Willlaton Ky and Mr Hugh Wilson of otter a week’s visit with relatives- and friends M Cox of Knoxville have moved Lulu Miss and Danville Ky ' to their country home at Louls- Mra Wilson entertained with a pt?tttd AD ' ATT XT’ XT vtllc for the summer — Mr and theater party last week for these It JCiJN J? ItUL — AlxLaljJN Mrs Erby Coker wen the Sunday popular visitors — Mr and Mrs The marriage of-Mlsa Corine Rentroe and Attorney General guesta of Mr and Mra Ben Smith and Mr and Mrs Wal-1 Ben Allen of Ellsabethton Tenn took place at the home of the j Coker at Topside — Mias Ella Sue ter Smith of Johnson City an bride on Wednesday June 37 with Dr Richard N Owen of the visiting relatives hen — Miss Baptist chunk officiating Maurlns Scott of - LaFollette la Tha nuptial muale was furnished by Mn W Y Slmerly visiting In the city — Miss Alma The bride won a Nemser model of beige enpe with trimmings Kitts daughter of Mr and Mrs of Venetian lace and a hat in matching shade 8he carried an Siler Kitts has recently received nrm bouquet of Butterfly nses and llllea of the valley her diploma from Nazanth col- Following the ceremony Mr and Mra Allen left for an east- lege at Nasanth Ky — Last week era trip They will make their home at Ellsabethton Miss Ina Lea Smith entertained In ft? Siniinr°T SSJS7 LOWELL-NICKLE Kythwith a theater oartr —Foly Mr M- w- 0 Kirby of 231 W Wells-av announce the Snyder and Wa rtter atrtUof I Btrra 01 thelr gnd-daughter Mlsa Sybil Clarice Lowell to Huard K Uwton McKinley Nlckle on June 37 1938 The ceremony took atELh-rathl! riP1" t high n6on with the Rer F S Fisher officiating ell ugTirtJe'wta Mrs L B Nlckle waa matron of honor and I B Nlekle Setter a brother of the bridegroom waa best man riaiMnNaVorleana and Jackson Tha bride wore white gcorgct with a white picture hat Her IniL mi7 hI bouQU't was of rosea and llllea of the valley Mlsa-Misa Hone Irwin ha acl Mrt Nlekla wora een crepe with matching accessories Following tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Kirby served luncheon to the bridal party Hanw Markahu mi I Mf an4 Mr Nlekla iri at home to their friends at their new SSVa“S:tannJd5:ll‘"‘- - c““ stives in Shelbyvllle Ky last xrciDDTnvn if i twidv1 weak — Mrs F G Ducker and AiERRITT-MADDEN son of Louisville Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles F Merritt of 308 Henegar-st announce Mr and Mra Roy Ellison this that tha marriage of their daughter Emils to James Helvey Mad-week Mrs Ellison entertained in den will be solemnised today at tha Third Baptist church immedi-honor of Mrs Dueker with sately after the morning service bridge party Friday afternoon — SULLIV AN-HAR5ION day honoring two vlsitora in tho I Mr nnd Mrs Albert Sullivan announce the marriage of their city Mlsa Georgette Walker and daughter Mabel to Clarence Earl Harmon on Tuesday June 31 Miss Maurine acolL— Mrs Homer lMI- Tb ceremony took place at the First Baptist church at I Hackney and Mra S C Chambers I b wll the Rtv F F Brown officiating spent Wednesday In Knoxville TOLLWER-MAYS LONGER SIDES I ¥r- nd Mr W M Tolliver of MaynardsvUla announce the Mrs B C Gibbs ' returned Saturday morning from a -visit with relatives In Marlon N CJ Miss Lallah Gibbs Is guest of her cousin Helen Gibbs In Glen Alpine NC £ Mrs 'Joseph A Smith' rand daughter Miss Eleador Smith and son Woodrow are visiting In SL Louis - the guests of Carl Smith Mr and : Mra Will Schneider who have been i spending three months with KnoxriUa relative will leave 1 Monday morning for their - home In Oakland' CaUL They will be accompanied by Mr Schneider's sister Miss Christine Schneider and his nephew James They will go by motor and will atop at all points of interest on the way £ :I 1r- -A' M- Wood will arrive tonight from Greenstpro Nr a where she has been the guest of her daughter- - W D Clinch New York dty representative ot the American -Cyanamld Co and his wife and daughter who havo been at Mas-' wt for several weeks win leave today for St Loul and from there they will go to Ohio :Mr Clinch has been 'doing appraisal work at tho American Zinc m ' at- Mascot While there Mr Clinch and hla family vlalteld with Mr- and Mra C H Burros 2-- - i Thompson of Greenback waa the week-end guest of Miss Josephine Dunlap— Mrs Frank Smith and Mrs Summers Smith entertained at dinner on Tuesday Norton NORTON Va — Mra Mary Purcell of Round Hill 4Va was the guest last week of her sister Mrs T‘ A Gaines— Mrs W D Fuller was hostess to the Rook club Tuesday nighL— Miss Stella Mo Leod of Johnson City Tenn la tha guest of Mrs B A Davis— Mrs E W Poston and little daughter Helen left Tuesday for a visit with relatives near Washington — Mrs C W: McElroy and children spent laat week with Mr and Mra Tom Dison at Dungannon Va — Dr and Mra J Bentley and 1 daughter Beatrice are visiting relatives in North Carolina — Mr and Mra Hubert Creech are visiting relatives Knoxville: 'V V i§I '1 Hi -’ ‘ r' - -' And "waxeth" was the proper wod when King Alfred the Great of England introduced the wax c a n d 1 es - jss timekeepers Bat that was a - thousand years ago '£ 1 ' - Today the man who earrioa a good watch never wc rice about the time You will bo interested in our new models in Hamil-tons Howards and others ’ HEINS J ewelen-Optidani £ ‘Kcnnody-Gillcspic Shoe Co Inc eta Gsy street si fnlon W' B - There's no danger of running out of ice if your electric refrigerator Vow Paris hats have a tendencr of thlr dauIltr Anna to Oscar M Mays of Knoxville NSW rana hats have a tendency I Mr urs Mays are making their heme at 130 to lengthen the right side of tho Louisiana brim and crown Ono biscuit col-1 orsd clock has a fiat seagull motif on Us drooping right aide LEAF GREEN A new chiffon frock with double flounce that runs up thaAr”??a”' back to fashion a cute little hustle 01 effect is la leaf green print NORMAN-BIBLE Mr and Mrs C P Norman of Coal Creek announce tha mar-1 riaga of their daughter Margaret Reba to Buford A Bible on Friday June 1 1838 at Briceville Tenn Announcement of the marriage came aa a surprise to frlsads The bride Is a graduate of Rocker ood High school aad later atteadsd tha East Teaaessee state Teachers college She la bow carolled la the aummer courses at tha Ualverslty of Tsaaessse She is a muslcisa aad has been the director of plays aad musical Accordion pleated ruffles follow th cellar tin on many new I - - ---- — frocks A cream georget uses J BriNvIlli and Coal Creek frequently during her period alencon lac to edge Its ruffle MLMZMT B B : B 'BB'-’aL'BZB:B2B Don Says: p unvarnished truth Is that the average woman Is I'refir iliati rhe Is painted Vr1 Lr rArGT lN THF STORM AND GOT tV J'S WBT—liONT WORRY— WR CAN OlVW liSniTiT K AMK ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE THEY HAD t H ELABORATE OR DAINTY FOR 1 H TO KA1KLY AND SI CCESSFfLLY FINISH Qt AIITY CLEANING— WITHOUT THE ODOR DON P TRENT dry CLEANING CO "Save J-our Dudi for Littl Don" Hw:m-BviaLi of teaching there Mr Bible Is a graduate of Carsoa-Newmaa college aad the I past year taught mathematics aad science ia the Coal Creek High I achooL i MORE OF- Gwen to Fifi Ip— STARTS ON PAGE ONE — i late the Canadian Rockies to Banff and Lake Louise see RfRS ALBERT HOPE is lush- lag such a lovsly reck gsr-dsa at the aide of her house ovei on Melrose aveaut The garden hu many trees heats only flow srs that grew well la secluded places will be planted In fact Mrs Hops tells me that almost every flower aad plant she has put Into her garden cams from the Smoky Mountains Mrs Hope has recently dent ever her sub room and furnished it la plat aad maple Ono of the Interesting pieces la a maple cheat that cams to Mrs Hops from her nephew Fans Staub of Houatoa Texas the wsll-ltnown architect I No doubt tho old chest has a romantic history for Mr Staub got It when ho purchased tho contents of a garret that had been locked for 86 years Sincerely OWEN TWO-TIERED 8KIRT The two-tiered skirt registers success in mld-summsr apparel The upper tier is apt to bo longer than tho lower aad fuller BROWN GROUNDS Now prints la red lllne cream pink and tan favor brown background predicting an unusual vogue fer brown thia autumn is a WWITHEN von pot wnter Into th Frigid- practical beauty Nothing to collect dirt W nlretwyaw be froaeo you are never nod greeae You can use the top of tho disappointed It freezes! 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