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NOVEMBER 6, 1938 MONROE (LA.) MORNING WORLD PAGE FOUR Night On Parkes Thursday Miss Saraheth Farmer Becomes Bride UJ Uougias Winnsboro RECENT BRIDE Mr. Robert Terry, Mrs. L. D. Allen, Mr.

G. A. Land, Mrs. George Archie Land end Mr. L.

P. Moreland. w. Clarks Mrs. Max ine Wright and Mrs.

Var Dr. and Mrs. R. Applewhite and daughters spent week end with rela na Cupples. enieitained at a Hal tives in Tyiertown, Mass.

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Guice and sons.

spent a week end witn re ia uvea in Shreveport and attended the state Seventy member of Methodist Missionary societies of atone No, 2 attended an all day meeting here. Addresses were given as follows: The 60th Anniversary of Scaritt College." Mrs. Guy Kinnebrew of Homer; 'The American Cities and Churches Mra, Merl Heath of Homer; "Life Mrs. Glenn Laskey of Ruston; "Week of Prayer." Mr. Guy Hicks of Ruston.

Mrs. Walker Reports On Area Conference The Altrusn club met Thursday evening for its monthly business meeting at the Frances hotel. Mrs, Fay Walker, president of the club, gave a comprehensive and interesting report of the Seventh district conference whith was held on Saturday, October 22, in the Mirror room of the Hotel Beaumont in Beaumont. Tex. Tne Seventh district includes Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Mrs. Catherine Neville, of Oklahoma City, presided and too officers elected Wedding Unites I wo Prominent Families Announcement Made Of Approaching Marriage Of Miss Robbie Lee Henna And James E. Dawson Claiming the interest of society today is the announce ment of the marriage of Miss Sarabelh Farmer daughter of Mr and Frank Farmer, and Mr. Dowlas Parke, on of t0rv Thursday. November 3, at the Meth loween party at the home of Mrs, Wright's parent, Mr.

and Mrs. John Webb. The roomg where the guest ware received were decorated with pumpkin, corn stalks, corn, sugar cane, bay, lanterns, black cats, and colored symbols of Halloween, The guest arrived in costumes suggestive of tha occasion. Halloween game and contests Miss Beth Calhcun of Rayville spent a week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs.

J. D. May. Charfes Eppinette of Mississippi college, Clinton, Miss, spent week end at hi home in Winnsboro. were offered as the evening's enter tainment.

Rev. Paul Jones, and Mrs. Tl trm x1arAfA nrlMHi a Member of the Intermediate B. Y. P.

U. attended Halloween party at the church. Game and contest were played under direction of Mjs Vivian were as xoijowk port, gover winners in the apple rolling, and tha 1 Mr. and Mr. Aubrey Scott, Mr.

and Farmer. Clyde Baxter, Joy Allen, nii with the pastor, Rev. W. C. Scott, officiating Nettei o( sver thnreence of a few intimate friends and members of the mK Martha Kirtrn rf tn ine prescm ui.

A frrst vice governor; Mary for the coming year Little Rock, candy chewing consents. Hopwell, Hot popcorn and hot roasted were served throughout the eve second vice governor; Dr. FJeta Clark family. Mr. Willi Gilbert, Chevi Sherrouae, Berry Gardner, Harry Gilbert nd "Red" Foster attended the L.

S. U.Tennessee game in Knoxville, Tenn. rarmr wore a smart, teal blue ning to the following Mrs. Alex Busch, Mrs. R.

F. Fenton, Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Alibritton, Mr.

and t' Paul Price pent a week end tn Alexandria attending the stato conference of Lambuth Union President and Council. Kidd and Marie Kemp. Refreshment were served to Francis White, Ernestine Simpson, Joy Allen, Maudie Mae Parnell, Freddie Mae Taylor, Freida Mae Faulkner. Gloria Bell Kirk, Mary Grace Walpok, Sara F. Capps, Marie Kemp, France Bar sett, Vivian Farmer, "Sunshine Kidd, Bonnie Henry, Maye Emory, Varie Aulds, Willie B.

Auld and Mesar. Jeff Hobbs, Billie Babers, Billy More land, Foreman Pipe. Morton Parnell, George Easter ling, Jack Sanderson, Laronne Aulds and Lamar Hogan. Mrs. M.

D. Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. N. A.

Kees, Miss Joy Kees, Mr. and Mr. W. H. Thomas, Mis Bettie Thomas, Willoughby Thomas.

Mr. and Thomaa, of Waco, treasurer, and Jessie Whyte. of Shreveport, secretary. After the morning session, the president's luncheon was served at a large shaped table adorned with horns of plenty overflowing with fruit and flowers, Mable Meek, of Chicago, international secretary of Ai trusa, was the principal speaker. The afternoon session was filled with reports of district chairmen and a round table discussion of Altrusa projects, led by Dr.

Nina Fay Calhoun, of Dalian. An invitation from Miss Fair To Wed Ernest Bluhm, Jr. Of affectionate interest to friends in this city ia the announcement made by Mr, and Mr. W. H.

Fair of Corpus Christi, formerly of Monroe, of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Corrine Fair, to Mr. Ernest Bluhm, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L.

Bluhm of Robstown, The engagement was formally announced by Miss Fairs mother at a Mrs. Harry Busch, Harry Busch, Jr, Mrs. Mae Watson of Lisbon, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Jones.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jones, O. S. Chapman, Miss Ada Miss Grace Bickham of St.

Francia ville, ha accepted a position as first grade teacher in the Winnsboro High school. Muss Bickham 1 making her home with Dr. and Mrs. J. P.

Henry. Mr. Stewart 1 the on of Mrs. Sudi Stewart of 332 OUve, Shreve Woods, Mrs. C.

T. Woods, Miss Mil tailleur with acceries of garnet end a of bride's roses and valley lilies. Immed: tely following the ceremony Mr. and Mr. Parks left for honey moon in Dallas and point west.

Upon their return will home to then friends at 304 Auburn avenue. Mm. Parke, one of the most charm ing and one of most po" mem bcrt of the younger art of thla city, attfndrd jthwestern college, Mem phif, Tenn 4nd a I member of Trt po'M fnro Mr. Parke who is as lated vith the Unite 1 Gas company of this city, attended the University of Alabama and is a member of Phi Delta Then fraternity. Of paramount social interest ia the announcement made today by Mr, and dred Ballard, Mr.

and Mrs. John oort. and the late Stannie W. Stewart, Webb. Johnnie Faye Wright Maralyn Ferriday Little Rock to hold the next Altrusa Cupples, Mr.

and Mrs. George Wright who wa killed in action in France during the World war in 1911. He i a graduate of Byrd High school and Claiming the interest of friend in thia city is the announcement of the marriage cf Mis France Marie Dodd, daughter of Mr. and Mr. E.

Dodd of Monroe, and Mr, Jamea O. Stewart of Shreveport, in Minden on August 12. Mr. Stewart was graduated from the Ouachita Parish High school and at mnwntiMn in Little Rock was ac Mr. and Mr.

Jamea Kipcr, Mr. and and Mr. and Mia. Roy Cupples. Kitty Voet and Becky Wilder, who a l' ceoted.

The memory service tr ai attended Tech two and a half years He was a lieutenant in the R. O. T. Mrs. Wilson r.ogiliio, a bride of re truaans who died during the pest year Mrs.

Derail Mullen, Mr. and Mr. Willi D. Loftin, Mr, and Mr. Carey Kincaid.

Bill Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. attend the Louisiana State university, spent a week end at home. s. esaBiaBaBaa was beautifully conducted by Mis coffee at the Fair home last wee.

Miss Fair, a popular member of Monroe's younger set. attended Neville High school and Northeast Center L. U. She also attended Tyler Commercial college. Mr.

Bluhm was graduated from the fK khart Hieh school in Corpus cent date, was honored by Mrs. Ellis Jones, who entertained at a miscel at Byrd, and at Tech wa advertising manager of the music department of Jessie Whyte. Mrs. Srent Oxiey is enjoying a visit Dr. Harriet Daggett, professor oi Harvey Hill and daughter, Amarlli.

Mr. and Mr. Frank Jarett, Mr. H. W.

Sander, Mis Nina Sanders, were with her daughter, Mrs. Robert barren, in Newellton. tended Mary Hardin Baylor collage for Women at Bel ton, Tex. She also that Both Mr. and Mrs.

Stewart were favorite with fellow tudent in school and college. law at the Louisiana State university, was the principal speaker at the banquet served at the Beaumont Coun among those from Winnsboro who at attended L. P. I. at Ruston, where Christi and attended the San Marcos tended the state fair in Shreveport Mr.

and Mrs. A. E. Salesbury of she1 specialize in art try club. Baptist academy.

He it assistant creait manager of the Abe Klein company of Monroe, stored here and were tha guest of their son in law and daugh Will Price and Mrs. R. A. Lewis The highlight of tho conference for he local club was the awarding of Corpus Christi. St.

Joseph Manghanu ter, Mr. and Mr. Lyl bheppard. the Monroe charter. This was a par Included among the pre nupiiai ai fWm hnnorine MifiS Fair, following visited in Greenville, Miss, with their brother, J.

C. Price, who continues ill in a sanitarium in Greenville. Aonroximatelv 75 people attended a ticular distinction since the Monroe laneous shower and tea as a compliment to her. The Halloween theme was carried out in the reception room decoration and in the games and contests enjoyed during the afternoon. The honoree received many beautiful guts which she opened sand displayed for her guests to see.

Mrs. Jones wa assisted by Mrs. George Wright in the courtesie of the tea hour. Among the guests were: Mrs. Wilson Rogillio, Mrs.

E. M. Carter, Mrs. J. B.

Rogillio, Mrs. W. H. Dunn, Mrs. G.

C. Bamnette, Mrs. W. H. Williams, Mrs.

George Wright, Mrs. J. M. Bingaman, Mrs. A.

L. Harvcs Jack Case. Mr. Octavia Teague of announcement of her engagement and Mr. andMrs.

Eugene Taylor and son England, Mra E. Sullivan of Hot cakewalk given by the Tensa Garden club at the Masonic hall. There were club is one of the few Altrusa clubs to reach ita charter requirements of of Houston, were guests of their aooroaching marriage, was toe tea Springs, Mr. and Mr, jonn Mis Fay Henderson of Rayville, parents, Mr, and Mrs. J.

M. Taylor. 40 walk. Cake, boxes of candy and classified membership within its first Buie of Monroe, were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Dow year spent a week end in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Henry as the guest of Miss Lucille Robinson.

dressed chicken were presented to the winner of the walk. The pro Mr. and Mr. R. J.

Wiseman had as Case and Mr. Linda Pardue. shower which Mrs, T. H. Peddicord and Mrs.

Richard Patty gave at the Peddicord home in Corpus Christi, The wedding of Miss Fair and Mr. Bluhm will be a prominent event of November 6. The lal club holds it meeting on the first and third Thursdays of ceed from the entertainment will be their for a week end their son Joe. who attends L. S.

Robert devoted to a children Christmas each month in the private dining Mis George Huff was a recent visi Mrs. Claudia Coulter Hogue of Lit room of the Frances hotel und. who is located in Newellton, James Wiseman and Mis Helen Donahue tor to Centerville, Miss. tle Rock, was the guest of her niece, Mrs. B.

C. Lanier, and Mr. Lanier. She was accompanied by her Mrs. E.

R. Dawson returned home from 'uston. and Misses Kath Attending the district meeting of the Member of the Tensas Hunting club erine and Margaret Frances from and their guest enjoyed the Hallow Friday from a two monthr vm in the home of her daughter, Mr. Baptist W. U.

which wa held in Miss Slavant Gives Party Rran Rridse and Central. who Mrs. Joseph Banna of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss RobHe Banna, to Mr. James E. Dawson.

The wedding will take place Saturday, I ember 12, at Grace Episcopal at 10 o'clock in the morning with the rector, Rev, E. f. Hayward, officiating in the rf a few intimate friends and members of the family. Miss Hanna and Mr. Dawson are popular members of the younger set and are closely ldentii.M with the aoeial, civic and cultural life of this Hy.

jt Art Gallery To Open At Shreveport Louisiana artists are notified that a finely equipped, modern art gallery soon to be opened for the perm a rent display for their paintings, The gallery will be located in the new state exhibit building in Shreveport. Opening about the first of the year, the art galleries will be the first part of the building ready for public exhibits. Amos Lee Armstrong, president of the Shreveport Art club, presided over a meeting for all Louisiana artists held in the Shrevt Memorial library een week end at the club house on ton, Mrs. W. P.

Banks, Mrs. John Dawes, Mrs. W. A. Smith.

Mrs. Clyde Bradford. Mrs. G. E.

Redman, Mr. L. A. Moore, Mrs. Lloyd Moake, Mra J.

P. Harris, Mrs. R. C. Craft, Mrs.

Paul Jones, Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Mra, H. May, Mrs.

M. J. Dunn, Mrs. B. V.

Harris, Mrs. J. B. Womack, Mrs. I.

Dunn, Mrs. W. S. Dunn and other. daughter and grandson, Mrs.

Dewey Gordy and Travis, of Benton, Ark. They were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Coulter. were accompanied by Mr.

Nita Four geaud. Luis Mae Slavant entertained George P. Firman, ana Mr. formm of AUanta, Ga. She was privileged, while there, to make the acquaintance of her firt grandchild, Dawson a few intimate Thursday night with Tensas river.

Out of town guest included Mr. and Mr. Edwin McDonald, Mr. and Mr. Tait Hargrove, Mr, and Mr.

W. W. Burnside, all of New Little Miss Betty Louise Gray and a buffet supper at the home of ner Barents. Mr. and Mr.

Chris Slavant Mr. and Mr. J. D. Roach and family Jeanne Marie Mayer entertained the Forman, Mrs.

Forman wm remembered as Eunice May Dewson. i of Monroe spent Sunday in Crowviil "neighborhood chUJren at a Hal Beautiful autumn flowers aecoraieo ellton; Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper of Baton Rouge, Mr. and Mrs.

Spencer Jone of Shreveport and Mr. Vassar with relatives and friends. lh retention rooms. The lace covered loween party at the residence of Mr Winnsboro were: Mrs. E.

Ranoau, Mrs. J. W. DeMoss, Rev. and Mr.

M. Baxter, Mrs. L. Bruce, Mr. Dougal McCormick, Mrs.

Tray lor Jones, Mr. W. O. Jones, Mrs. B.N.

Knight, Mr. Leary, Mrs. Lewis Evans. Mr. Felix Jones, Mrs.

W. Frey, Mr. Appie Southall, Mr. G. W.

Humble, Mrs. Everette Wilder, Mr. Matt Boughton, Mm. Clint Evan. Mr.

L. L. McConnell returned home after having spent several day in Alabama with her mother. Miss Jewell Hollingsworth, daughter table was beautifully decorated with of Columbia, Miss. If You WANT a CLEAR, SMOOTH SKIN There 1 a Simple.

Sure Way Mr. and Mr. F. A. Pott, "Happy" of Mr.

and Mrs. Sam Hollingsworth, red radience roses and fern. and Mrs. Sidney Russell Gray on iex a avenue. The children were all at tired in Halloween costumes and en Crawford.

Misses Mildred and Helen Mini Siavant's truest included Mr and Mr. Charles Secrest son of iwr nA Mrs. J. A. Secreat of Oak Grove Mr.

and Mrs. Fred McDonald of and Mr. Tom Peters, Mis Josephine joyed appropriate games and contests Pott, and Mrs. Walter Brooks, spent a week end at Lapolico cottage on Lake Tin vL cr married on October 28 at trie Memphis, were guests of Mr. Lasuzzo and Mr, Joe Cascio, Mis Pauline Cascio and Mr.

J. R. Tricnel, Refreshmer and Halloween souvenir were given a guests. residence of the brides parents, with Bruin. and Mr.

Edward Boyle at Kidgeiana v. Hull. Church of God. of Miss France Cascio and Mr. Wesley recently.

firiatinff. Followin a honeymoon in Mrs. I. M. Adams and her son, Dr.

Peter of Sterlington. Mis Katie Caa Mr. and I Newton Wild were cio and Mr. Francis Peter of Barks Arkansas, the young couple will leave Walter Hollcman of Pineville spent d. ile field.

Mis Rose Cascio and Mr among the St Joseph guest at the Mrs. Bishop Johnson spent a weekend in rtcmphis, Tenn. Mr. Eugene Csusey of Baton Rouge, La was a visitor here for a week end. for San Pedro, where wr.

ae Bleaches Beautifies MAKES SKIN LIKE VELVET Friday in the home of Judge and Mrs. S. R. Holstein, Mr. Forrest Terral and Mr.

Noble Hatch attended tha state convention of Louisiana Federated Club Women in Baton Rouge, crest is with the United States nsvy Nick Fontana. Mr. Benni Barbero, weddins! of Miss Elaine JUevy ana Simon Herold, which wa celebrated Mr. and Mr. Chri Slavant.

on Saturday, November a. ine an club, which is assembling the paint Mr Thomas Sandridge and Dr in New Orleans on October 30. Mrs. Pat Thompson, Mrs. A.

Gam ings for this gallery, plans to collect Hcnrv Guerriero were numbered bill, Mrs. E. S. Little nd Mrs. E.

Ruston about fifty representative paintings in Miss Annette Humble' friend will regret to know she is in Street sani Mis Mariorie Davidson wa a visi Ellsey spent Wednesday in Monroe. amorg the Monroe foot hall enthusiast who attended the Tulane Alabama the next sixty days. Artist are asked tor at New Orleans for several days Student who attend Tech and board Sealed on yourR tarium, Vicksburg, Mia. to submit paintings Z0x incne in game in Brrr.ingham on Saturday. recently.

out in town were honored at a tea re Miss Evelyn Taylor and Miss Clara Brown spent a week end in size or larger. Mr. and Mr. Flem Hatch were re cently given by the house organisation in the main parlor of the girlr" dor nvMqpe! Mr. Harry D.

Wilson, commissioner Mr. William Quigle of Houston, rUKE AN nt visitors to Shreveport and of sericulture, has been placed in is visiting Mrs. Harold Monnot mitory. Mr. and Mra.

Warren Taylor are receiving the congratulations of friends over the arrival of their first child, a daughter, on the twenty sixth Hansville, Tex. charge of the entire building, which Guests were met by Mr. Gussie Mr. and Mrs, Fred Blanche of Baton Avres. Mariorie Stevenson, Margaret will be directly supervised by his assistant.

Mr. W. E. Anderson of Mr. Georce Wiggera has as her Rouge, were week end guest of Mr.

of October. Bav. Bonnie Garrett, Sybil Wurster Mrs, Addie Dunn of Bogalusa, is the guest of her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. J.

F. Dunn. Miss Josie Amy spent a week end with friends in Many, La. euest her mother, Mr. Fuller, of John Blanche.

Eriith Greer. Camiie Holiiday and Baton Rouge. Friend are rejoicing over the rapid Daisy Clara Woodard. The table, covered with a beautifii "We plan to have the finest of Louisiana art by resident and native Mis Ethel Reiber is visiting her Dubach, La. Gordon McCormick, Dougal Mc Cormick and John Atweil Baskin mo sister.

Mr. H. M. S. Stile of Crowley, Vnatian lace snread.

was centered recovery of Mrs. Walker Glenn and Mrs. Paul Fudickar who received serious iniuriea in a recent automobile Clarence Reiber and Mis Lucille Rei born artists, Armstrong said. "Artists interested should address the Shreve with a crvstal bowl of pink roses. Mr ber were week end visitor at Crow tored to Mississippi for the week end Mattie Bartlett presided at the punch port Art club, 304 Majestic building.

with relatives. ley. accident. Glenn will be privileged to leave tha sanitarium the first of the week for her home where bowl. Mr.

O. W. Cargile and Miss Yvonne Cargile of Monroe, spent a week end in the home of Mr. end Mrs, S. N.

Butler. Mrs. Butler, her guests and Mrs. W. P.

Butler, also visited in BVookhaven, Miss. Shreveport, for complete information. Mr. Bnd Mrs. Spencer Jones were Among those attending the fair in friends will lap mitted to call.

Mr During the afternoon the guests were entertained with music and singing by Tillie Gatiin, Lily McKinney and Ellen Gulley. week end guest of Mr. Jone mother, Shreveoort were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.

Vernon Carter, who underwent an appendec at Riverside sani nr will be removed to her home Bruce, Dougal McCormick, Traylor Mrs. Ids Jones. later in the week. tarium, is now convalescing r' My. Jones, Homer Boughton.

Robert Culpepper left recently for Miss Thelma Corely spent a at her home in Campti. At it regular meeting Wedneaday night members of the Junior St. Jo Pasadena. and from there wil. Mis Mattie Laura Adam and Mrs.

go to Honolulu for an extended visit Edna Lee Sim spent a week end xn seph society planned an 'old fash to his sister, Mr. Richard iee. Choudrant Hosston, La. toned dance' for November 13 at the Columbus Social hall. Prize will be RESTYLE Tmif old fur ct toto Expert work.

STYLE SHOP Stspsirti Me Rty BARBER Benasco awarded far the two prettiest co Officer for toe Deer Creek association. W. M. are as follow: Su Mrs. Sponcer Harri left recently for Pasadena, where she will join her daughter.

Miss Mildred Harris, for Mrs. J. A. O'Neal entertained members of the Pioneer class of the Presbyterian church with a wiener roast at her home. tumes.

All member and friend of the members are urged through this nrintendent Mr. Frank Sartor, Alto Mi Vera Alice Paul entertained the Tech Theater Player at her home Saturday night with a spaghetti upper. Margaret Templeton and Emily Mc Gee assisted the hostess in serving and in other courtesies of the evening. A delicious supper of chicken spaghetti, hot rolls and butter, olives, aweet pickle and ice cream, was served to the following guest: Johnile Curry, John Wiley, Margaret Templeton, R. E.

Cale, Martha Moore. Jess Harris. John Earl Ferguson, Wanda Ann Mercer, Emily McGee and Ann Holstead, unriate suoerintendent Mrs. J. SHINGLES medium to attend the dance.

the fall and winter, not returning to St Joseph until March. Mis Harris is a student at the Pasadena playhouse DeMoss. Mangham; secretary, Mr, at. or. Ruby Bruce, Mangham; mission study, in Mr.

E. E. Thomson. Alto; persona. Mr.

and Mrs. A. G. McKee and children, Peggy and Albert, were recent guest of Mr. and Mr.

C. L. Madden. 1 service. Mr.

G. S. StovalU Newell Mr. Allen entertained the inn? stewardship. Mr.

T. Mathews, Kt Jnsenh! children's home. Mrs. YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE Night Bridge club and some additional guests at Sunnyside, her plantation home. After a number of games had M.

Gaddis. Rayville: Margaret fund Mr. A. W. Eddina.

Winnsboro; publi Baptist and Methodist Missionary societies of Choudrant held a joint meeting at the Baptist church. Tha city, Mr. A. M. Crosby, Newellton Winter Summer High Wind Blistering Freezing Cold Rain ore oil resisted by a roof of BARBER Genosco Sto Rire Shingles because they ore seated tike on envelope and contain The Vital Element.

Their colorful, fire safe mineral surface is non fading. They give you the kind of roof you have always desired. Tie Vda Is Trlnltfe lake AspfceH. Come teevre rewr espy the Wonderland of Trlnidod took which mils all beut Mie wMrtd.femel. weather defying etpnelt.

Whit Cros. Mr. J. W. Rusher, Wi ner: education, Mr.

E. R. Kiper, Gil Among the many Tech atudent attending the football game at L. S. U.

this week end were Jerque Talbert Mariorie Stevenson, Victory Carter and Mathilde Gatiin. bert! chorister. Mr. A. D.

Thorn ason Altn: Dianist Mr. N. L. Hower, Winnsboro: voting people' leader, Mr. Owen, Wisner; evangelism, Mrs.

Terry, Winnsboro. been played, the first prize wa won by Mr. Jack Crigler, the second by Mrs. Edward Strickler, and the third by Mr. John Redditt.

The Halloween theme was carried out in the plate luncheon served after the game. Those present were Mrs. Gasperino Bruno, Mrs. Jack Crigler, Mr. Clar ence Johnston, Mr.

Coyne Slay, Mra Edward Strickler, Mra. John Redditt, Mr. V. C. Rives, Mr.

Wealthy Thomas, Mrs. Joseph Whitaker, Miss Myrtis King and Miss Mable Skinner, Members of the Cosmopolitan club attended a meeting at which Mr. The Tech Faculty Wive club will entertain with a dinner for their member at the Tech cafeteria Wednesdsy evening, November 9, at 6:30 o'clock. After dinner the club will go en masse to see "Three Coronered Moon." Mis Ola Cooper entertained her bridge club at the home of Mrs. T.

Stark, with Mis George Hutf as co presented by the Tech Theater Players following program was presented: address of welcome, Mrs. Bern ice Faulkner; address of response, Mr. O. H. Futrel; scripture reading, Mis Dori McCorkle; reading, Mra Emma Le Morrison; prayer, Mrs.

L. P. More head. Those present were: Mrs. D.

E. Ford, Mr. W. A. Sanderson, Mr.

O. H. Futrel. Mrs. Bob Roach, Mrs.

Emma Lee Morrison. Miss Minnie Hammon, Mr. Velma Bagwell, Miss Ola McCorkle, Mrs. Joe O'Neal, Miss Dori McCorkle, Mrs. G.

Mr. H. M. Bagly, Mrs. Levi Harris, Mrs, S.

M. Pace, Mrs. T. B. Alderson, Mrs, C.

L. Madden, Mr. S. A. W.

Jones, Mrs. R. W. Kemp, Mrs. Be mice Faulkner, Mrs.

L. T. Kirkland, Mrs. Fred Duggan, Miss Gladys Kirkland, Mrs. OUie Easterling, Mrs.

Herman Ford, Mrs. O. W. Hogan, Mrs. D.

E. Ford, hostess. Those enjoying the games were Mis Doris Chambers, Mis Kate under the direction of Muw vera Alice Paul. Talbert Mis Virfiie Evans, Mr. Dow umbGr3).

Case, Mrs. Linda Pardue, Mr. Mable Nash. Miss Ethel Watson, Mrs, Edna Magruder Adam and Mrs. E.

H. Biggs Pledge of Kappa Delta sorority will Mrs. E. n. Biggs Lea Sims, Mrs.

E. T. Lea, Mrs. M. K.

were co hostesses. entertain Theta Upsilon and Theta MC Sisma Nu pledge with a kabob pic McConnejl. Miss Susie Alley, Miss! was the leader. A book review was Elizabeth Parham, Mis Huff and Miss1 by Mrs. Christopher B.

Haddon. Coooer. At the conclusion of the Refreshments were served. nic on the Cooktown road November Louisville Avenue at Railroad Crossing refreshments were served. 10, at 4 m.

Approximately 40 tudents of Louis i iana Tech were visitor at Northeast Miss La Rue Kownson oi un.on, is visiting her sister, Mr. Newton Eros Center Friday for Homecoming day. the friends and relative of Mrs. B. Miss Mary June I comb returned Williamson and daughter, Miss Lucille from a week end visit at Alexandria.

Williamson, together in honor of Mr. Mrs. William Burkhalter of Greenwood. the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Laura Besubien.

Quitman Mr. and Mr. J. M. Anderson of Georcewest, Tex, are visiting Mr.

Anderson parent, Mr, and Mr. Jim Anderson, of Bear Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Swanner attended the state fair.

Miss Anne Noble has returned fom a week end visit to relatives in if 1 939 oirrures and Mrs. E. C. Williamson of Rayville ar lev. W.

R. Lyons of Eros. A sumptuous dinner wa served to the following: Mr. and Mia. Edward Hislop, Eddie Hislop, Mrs.

J. W. Gr.ggs. Mr. and Mrs.

W. A. Singelton, Miss Margaret Finley, all of West Monroe; Mr. and Mrs. E.

C. Williamson and sons, Ed Nelso nand Jimmie. of Rayville; Robert Williamson of Natchitoches; Rev. and Mrs. W.

R. Lyons. C. A Cornells, J. M.

Bunn. Mm. B. Williamson and Mi Lucille Williamson. J.

T. Bryan wa a recent visitor to Ruston. Mrs, Ralph Pearson of New Orleans and her little son, Ralph, are visiting Mr. and Mr. Maury Stanton at Thistle Ridge, on all PHOTOGRAPHS made during the month of November.

Christmas PHOTOGRAPHS should be made now. Mis Mabel William and Mis Jim mie Jemmerson visited Shreveport re 1 Mr. W. R. Guess and Mrs.

J. D. Waldrip were recent visitors to Hodge. Mrs, Giiliard Conner of Natchez, Miss, and small daughter, Mary Brit tin, were guests of Mr. and Mr.

Albert Bondurant Mrs. Albert Bondurant Mr. John Blanche, Mrs. Richard M. Whitney, Mrs Blanton Evans, Mrs.

Anne Rose, On the Stage of the Paramount Theater Wednesday, November 9th, 1938 p. m. Latest modes in Hair Styling on real live models beautiful Monroe girls. 1 PRESENTED Marie Wamsley Beauty Shop Phone Second Floor Bernhardt Building Mr. and Mrs.

Emmitt Stewart of Jnnesboro. soent a week end with Take Advantage of Our Convenient LAY AWAY PLAN Have negative made now pay deposit and balance as convenient! Mr. Stewart's parents, Mr, and Mr. W. R.

Guess. The Epworth league of the Ero Methodist church enjoyed a Halloween party at the Masonic hall. Games snd contests were enjoy 1 Refreshment were served to Mrs. R. Lyons.

Mis Helen Downs. Miss Irma Nalley, drey pagers. Iv Ma Brannon, Frances Grant. Dorothy Grant, Rbec. Lee Hearne, Mis Ruth Greer, Lilly Mae render.

Nalley. Billy NaU ley. Bobbie Nalley, Lonnie Mann, Jo Mann snd Charles Phillips. TUDIO! Mis Louis Davi spent a week end I with parent at Weston, Phone 6 Mrs. Edward Boyle and Miss Marion! Curry vHted recently.

Sunspots frequently are visible with the naked eye, but eyes should be i protected by a dar glass. 318 DeSiard There are now more than 25,000,000 milk cow in th United State..

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