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   Dothan Eagle, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1934, Dothan, Alabama                               THE DOTHAN EAGLE PAGE NINE Offke 8 to 12 Club Civic Activities of Interest to Women shaft la of wfeojt and to lands eroii wrecks each tend each wwdftnf tone day out .of darkness thegr meaning tri each ether's eyes. two shall walk narrow way of life dosely side by that should one turn r to little apace to or needs tfcknowl-1 face those that never b wistful never and lips Inf in vain on e ars that never U wander all their weary days unknown die this is fate. Spalding. tOSIS CLUB TO orosis .Club will .meet Tues- aftsmoon.at 3 o'clock -with -Miss at her home on West a street W. Smith left today for Mpnf- ery to attend grind lodge. IBB Cora Jean Harris who at- La school at Woman's College in spent the week end at ie with her Mr. and T. W. Harris and had as her Misses Lucille Patillo and lice Gardbold. Ichard who attends spent the week end Lome with his Mr. and E .D. Crawford. Thomas and i Flacide Lewis spent Sunday Jontgomery where they accom- ted Miss Stances who route Judson College at Mar- after a few days visit at home. rs. Henry Crenshaw and chil- i of Samson the week end Dothan with tfer Mr. -Mr'sVW. C. Fenn Sr. r. and Mrs. Marvin Holman it Sunday in Montgomery. rs. A- T R. W Cars- and Mrs. A. J Hawkins left y for to cpend the .er. i KOTICJJ tt club fand organization an- unoemteU or meeting placet d mutt reach this offloe rCWendar. before the Saturday .prior to the meeting date. will be made for impromptu meetings. FIRST BAPTIST W. M. 17. TO HOLD WEEK OF The Missionary Society of the First. Baptist-Church is holding a WeSk of for Foreign Mla- aiona each day this week at the The opening the busi- ness waa held this noon at 3 o'clock. Tuesday after- noon circle number four will be in the following program on Satisfied with Hymn. Scripture lesson. Prayer. Hearts May Again Be Satisfied in C. C. Bennett Satisfied in Man- J. C. Barber. Hymn. Hearts Ready In W. R. Jordan. Also in Mrs. L Collier. -Prayer. Vocal M. M. Jteese. Ready In Argen- Richardson. the Name Lottie Moon Qiristmas C. Barnes. Hymn. The public is cordially invited to attend afternoon sessions. Miss Flossie Gamble Left today for Montgomery to take up her duties in.. Public Health Work. Miss Gamble has been surgical su- pervisor for several years at the Frasier-EUis Hospital and has scores of friends who regret that her new duties will take her away from Dothan. After reporting for duty at Montgomery she wftl be sent to Opelika for a three weeks training before going actively into the work. Miss Gamble is at pres- ent president of the Sixth District Nurses being a char- ter and is also a charter member of the Dothan Business amd Professional Women's Club. Mrs. Sanford Pate and Mary Nell of are visiting her Mrs. J. W. for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Bass of arrived Sunday to spend several days in Dothan with Mrs. Bass' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sr. X Mark Tho Ready-to-Wear Shop SRE THE GREATEST DRESS BARGAINS OF THE YEAR CAN BE BOUGHT IF YOU You already know the quality and style of the Ready- Shop's dresses. Now just look at these DRESSES DRESSES DRESSES DRESSES Early Coiners Only a few left-hut they can be bought at bargain LEILA MEDLOCK HOUSTON HOTEL LOUISE SHOP SPECIALS Values that arc seldom offered To say is the best advice we know- DRESS GROUPS L CLKUIANCK ATTRACTIVE SILK ANB WOOL FROCKS IN NEARLY ALL SIZES All Winter Felts to Cboloe for Bfe tot Sweaters LOUISE SHOP North Footer St. PHONE 119 MISS THEO HALL Black Dinner Gown Sets Off Go Collar Sophisticated restraint Is evident in this simply and soundly do- signed dinner dress of lovely materials. The gold lame collar and cuffs glitter agninst the sheath of black crepe which fashions the body of the gown. Black piped with makes the formal and sweeping aigrettes trim the black velvet dinner hat. GABBEN CXUB TO MEET TUESDAY DECEMBER The Garden Club to have met Tuesday morning with Mrs. Max j has been postponed untiii the second December llth j acd will meet with Miss Sue Ma- lone. Miss Malone will talk on mas Table and give clever demonstrations of table ap- pointments. Mrs. Shelden Bryan of Thomas- and Miss Mary Brown of Birmingham are in Dothan to attend the bedside of Mrs. Robert Brown of Midland who is ill at a local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tatum and children of spent the week end in. Dothan with Mrs. Tatum's Mrs. Sid Wat- ford. U. D. C. TO MEET WEDNESAY The United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. J. L. Ellis at her home on West Main street Mr. and Mrs. J. T. annou-nce the birth of a daughter born December whom they have named Elizabeth MISS GAMBLE HONORED WITH DINNER PARTY Miss Flossie Gamble was honoree to a dinner party Saturday evening at the Country Club when Mrs. Floy Hall entertained a number her friends in compliment to her before her departure. The club house was beautifully decoarted in autumn cojors and the table waa centered with a lovely potted plant. A delicious three course Turkey dinner was served. Each guest presented Miss Gam- ble with little gifts of remem- brances. Those invited to attend the affair Miss Miss Marteil Miss Lucille Miss Kathrine Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Truzie Mrs. W. G. Mrs. Eva Sharps and Mrs. Robert Gamble of Ashford. Roys son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lewis has returned to the University after spending the holi- days at home. B. A. Renfroe of fpent Sunday In the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Renfroe. C Benfrpe had his guest for week Allan Douglas of Pana- ma Mrs. J. R. Falrclotlx continues Mrtously ill at her home on North Fotter her friends will re- gret to learn. SPINSTERS CLUB MEETS SAT- URDAY The Spinsters Club met Saturday afternoon at the Houston Hotel lor a business at whinh time plans were discussed for tho Christ- mas dance to he held December 27th. Members attending Saturday Miss Ruth Miss Mer- cedes Clark. Miss Eleanor Owrns. Miss Lucie Miss Gwen- dolyn Miss Mary Mo- Miss Carrie Frances Miss Marjorie Miss Edith Holman. Miss Jeanrtte Miss Jimmie Bell and Miss Alice Walsh. John Ashley of Montgomery was the week end jjuest of James in Dothan. James Folkes Is recovering after a three weeks his friends will be glad to note. Mrs. C. C. Grcer of Montgomery is the pucst of Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Harrison. Mr and Mrs. R. R Shirley and Bill Shirley spent Sunday in Abbeville with friends. Miss Claire of Amster- was the week end guest of relatives in city. REBUILDING FIRE RAZED SCHOOL SOON TO BEGIN Rebuilding of the Piney Grove razed by fire several months -will begin this by the office of Solomon county superintendent of education an- noueiced today. Bids for the to cost in the neighborhood of were awarded Friday night by the board of Mo loss will in- curred as insurance sufficient to rebuild was carried. of the taught by Miss Hilda have been attending classes In the Piney Grove church since the fire. W i iJ MRS. LINDBERGH'S SISTER SUCCUMBS TO PROTRACTED ILLNESS AFTER SURGERY Dec. 3. Mrs. Aubrey N. daughter of the late Dwight W. Morrow and sister-in-law of Colonel Charles A. died at a. m. today in a Pasadena hospital after a long illness. Present at her bedside when she dievl was her husband and her Mrs. widow of the late United States ambassador to flew to Pasadena a week ago from the Morrow home in En- N. J. thought she would live through the the hospital night supervisor saM. Mrs. Morgan's condition waa too was conscious until the Mrs. Morgan underwent an oper- ation for appendicitis November 10. Pneumonia set in later. When her condition became serious Mrs. Morrow hurried to the coast. She remained almost constantly'at the bedside of her daughter. Late the hospital re- ported Mrs. Morgan's condition as slightly improved but after mid- night she grew worse. Funeral arrangements. It was un- are being held up pend- AIDES FOR FARM CENSUS SELECTED Two Supervisors Appointed For Alabama Districts With More to Be Supplied Dec. 3. The Census Bureau today an- nounce appointment of 55 men and women who will act as district su- pervisors In taking the 1935 farm census which will begin on Janu- ary 1935. There will be a total of 225 dis- trict supervisors. Appointments will be it was as they are made. Before work is started a force of approximately enumerators will be appoint- ed. Democratic members of the next congress were consulted in mak- ing the with mem- bers of the house drawing the bulk of the patronage. Senators were consulted in states where Demo- cratic representation was small. In states like North Ing word from Colonel and Mrs. who were reported in the East which elected no the National Commltteeman'a advice was solicited. The their headquar- ters and counties in their districts District No. head- Elonzo H. sulligcnt coun- Mar- Winston. District No. headquarters in Foster Webb coun- L o w n d e Pike. MARRIAGE LICENSE Marriage licenses were issued to the following during the George Newton route and Ruth J. R. Slocomb route Winnie Ge- Michael Dean and Daisy LM Leo and Ralph and Lula Mae both Of route three. JACK JC CUEATUAM Registered Piano Tuner Official Tuner. Woman's f Phone 87 Dally Regular Sunday A ftOo ELITE CAFE The Punreyor of Good Precision Comfort Style All At Moderate Prices-. Or. tL D. Harrison Optometrist 124 N. Foster St. Quality INJURED IN FALL i Miss Elizabeth waa Jn a hospital today with an injury to her suffered last night in a fall near her home on the Geneva highway. Miss Bell was reported to have been crossing a ditch over a narrow board when the plank broke. She la an employe of Jack's Shop. MM Eyes Scientifically Examined DR. 6. W. BLAKE Y Optometrist Correctly Fitted We Grind Oar Own N. Potter St Phone 304 quality for quality MEYROV1TZ invariably ft. m Van Raalte Genuine ringless ehonr chiffon and service hosu of thn highest quality. shades. SWEATERS all the to SUp-ovcr and coat styles to all- wool sweaters for la- dies and mrn. Extra COM PA j f -v Savings in You can't come too Here are excellent bargains that are bound to be picked up soon. resses and Dresses........ Dresses .95 Dresses ONE GROUP OF .95 Knit Dresses The Prettiest GLOVES Black and a of the best quality. In- lng thft fitrnoua Wearights. In Brown. Red arid Slzoit H to 4fi. Tailored and Fur-Trim Coats and Suits NEW BAGS Suedes and Satins In niivck. and Navy. Most attractive now Quality and Value considered you will probably find that these Meyrovltjs fashions cannot be dupli- cated anywhere else In Dothan. Huggeut that you compare and for yournclf. green. Sizes 14 to Choice fnm and sport models. All Fall Hats and Regularly to early for first choice. Marvelous bar- Suede and Kid Shoes Oxfords And Ties in Brown and Excel- values. Give Silk Undies..... And See That It Is a Van Raalte Or Meyrovitz Creation Van Baalte Step 73c to Sl.OO Van RaaJte to KaaJte and Pure SHk and Satin Bed Satin Step-in MEN'S TIES BcautifutJ new patterns in the See thorn' Ju0t i toy Pretty Gold and Silver BEDROOM SLIPPERS Kid and Satin OV1TZ FASHIONS COST SHIRTCRAFT SHIRTS of America's fleer All colors in fancies and sol- ids. Select now for prettiest patterns. Boys'Shirts Men's to p i 'i .V- v I f 'j 1 ll i f. J i t s i ii f A i j   

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