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Morning Call, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1929, Laurel, Mississippi THE MORNING CAEE Page Seven OCIETY IkiRS. R. L. PATRICK, Editor Phone 48 The banquet table of such am- ple proportions as to seat all of the participants was indeed lovely with decoration's of rich' autumn I flowers intermingled with coarl rv'ie., Between courses a "Tree" con- test sharpened the wife and of- fered an Intensely interesting pastime to the honor guests. After the banquet. Mr. Frank Beard, at all finks interested in the intermediate Sunday School, presented certificates of promb- tion to the sixteen year aid girls in thfe class taught by Mrs. A. T. J. Wallace, and Mrs. B. Z. Coop- er add the same age boys in Mr. Long's class. Following the pres- entation each teacher made a part- ing talk', wishing God speed to the young folk with whom _they have been in closely associated for many yean. ?l. The whole occasion, was one at jfthe very loveliest attentions and I will be recalled with the very hap- her home. Mrs. Edgar Lieb -Enochs en- tertaining at one o'clock lunch- eon today in honor of Mr. Enoch's mother, Mrs. Phil Enochs, of Fernwood, Miss., who is their guest just now. piest membry by the young folk eo beautifully honored. County W. M. U. Aiiocim lion all OuUtandlng Event. (Thursday was a red Tetter day with the Woman's Missionary Union and the Second AVenue Baptist church for on this day it v.is the happy privilege of the Union and the church; to be hosts to the Jones County W. M. U. Baptist-Association. The outstanding features for the day -was the address) by Miss Fannie Tfiylor director of the state work bf the W. M. U. and the election of the county officers of the Association. The1 election resulted ds follows: Superintendent, Mrt. Otis and treasurer; Mrs. Jim Walters, Laurel, young pedples leader; Mrs: A. C. Jor- dan; _ Pihegrove, missibn study leader; Mrs. L. G. Gates, Laurel, personal service; Mrs. George Dennis, Ellisville, stewardship; Mrs. Elmer Glenn, Ellisville. Zone superihteride'hts elected in following order were: Zone dtte, MrsVE. P. Ford, Laurel; Zone Two Mrs. Hubert Jordan, Ellisvllk; Zone Three, Mrs. J. M. Brent. Sandersville; Zone Four, Mrs. E. L. Holifield, Summerland. Mrs. L. G. Gates, whose Interest never wines in the W.JU. U. was prevented from attending the as sociation meeting and resolutions were drawn up1 expressing the re- gret of thS delegation with a vote Disappreciation for all of the spelhdid interest she has manifest- ed in the work over a period of many years. The expressions of with a bouquet bf beau tiful flowers were sent from the meeting U Mrs. Gates, At the nbon hour, Mrs. Plum- mer Pearson and her co-workers .served a" delicious plate luncheon Mrs. Edgar G. Harris and son, Henry Ligon, and Miss Beatrice Harris of West.Point were tho guests of Laurel relatives yester- day. Mrs. Harris accompanied her daughter, Miss Beatrice Har- ris, who has been spending het vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Har- non Graves, of Ellisville, home. Miss Harris will enter her junior year at Blue Mountain College. Heads Millinery Department Mrs. Sara Dell arrived from At- lanta, Ga., on Wednesday and is pleasantly located in the home of Mrs. W. J. Pack. Mrs. Dell is the new head of the millinery depart- ment at Fine Brothers-Malison Company.. She has had special training in New York and consid- erable experience in other parts of the country. Motors to Hattiesburg. A jolly party motored to Hat- tiesburg Wednesday evening to at- tend the Fashion Show at the Fine Brother-Matison Company also the opening of the new Forest Hotel. Those .sharing the evening's pleasure were Messrs. Nathan and Harry Fine, Dave ilatison, Leroy Cornell, Edgar )unston, Mrs. Edwards, Misses "da Allen, Floyd Crump, Eva Wal- :ers, Thelma Shelby, Mabel Wat- son, Pearl Davis, Iris Shedd. pressed over the Health Unit foi Jones county being discontinued. Money is in the treasury with which purchase an audiometer to be used in the county for the purpose of detecting the hard of hearing child, thereby be able to use corrective where net-did, perhaps saving the hear- ing of hundreds of children. The fact that the P. T. A. was behind the purchasing of this wonderful mechanism for the purpose of helping the hard of hearing child had caused comment all over the state and country. The audiometer was to be placed in the hands of the County Ikalth Offi- cer, and now- that this office has been discontinued, will In- competent to use it in the school.-. of the county? This question could not be answered by the coun- cil. and Mrs. Myrtis Bryant. The McDevitt home was most attractive with bouquets of au- tumn flowers, the pretty honoree looking not unlike a floncr herself in an exquisite blue party frock, witht slippers and accessories in perfect harmony. Music and a number of games weie the entertainment offered, it was especially appropriate that one of the uaines should be "Kitchen and at its finish the bride was invited to the dining room table which she found laden with all sorts of useful gifts for the kitchen. Her friends com- peting with each other in bringing acc-epLible presents to the honoree, who was almost unable to find words to cxpicss her appreciation. The hostiss served an ice-course in thelate which was delectable. church. Mrs. Sam Lindsey, as sistant superintendent and her competent helycrs, Mrs. P. B. Bridges and Mrs. Miller were argely responsible for the success of the delightful function. Prior to the serving of the tempting menu addresses were made by the pastor, Rev. L. G. dates, Uev. Ixnvroy Compere, edu- cational diuitor, Mr. Sam Lindsey, general superintendent Mrs. Low- rey Compere two very charm- ing leadings. I Mrs. Herrington Honoree at I'retU I'artj Tut-da) Etening Mr-. Vaidaman Hirrington, a pietty biide of lecent date for whom a great many parties been guen vas the honoree at a kitchen shower Tuesday uuning, giveen by Mrs. Walter McDc-vitt Intermediate Sundaj School Class Entertained at Hanqm't at First Haptist Church The Intermediate Sunday School pupils of the First Baptist church who being j'lomotul weie the honor guest.s at a beautiful affair at the church Wednesday A paity of thirty-two weie entertained at a three-course banquet in the basement of the Lindy Reports From Far South CARACAS, Venezuela, Sept. 2G. Bank Bandits Kill Officer having accepted bribe' while in of- fice in connection with the award- ing of oil leases, to Dnheni-y and Harry K. Sinclair. The remoN.il of the statue, of Queen Victoria from the -Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, fly-, square at Leister '-awn has ing a Sikorsky amphibian plane startedla contr.AU-y in Dublin, with Mrs. Lindbergh and Mr. and Ireland, that ha-, a .-ore- Mrs. Juan A. Trippe as p.is-.en-1 wound for In-h Hughes, gers, landed safely at Maracay. his the sculptm. i. i, cognized one first Venezuelan stop, at p., of Ireland s m-t art- m today I isU-. Ihe -.IHH-- ot !u> .statue 01 Vol. Lindbergh yesterday started Queen Victoria, like that of Kp- his return from Paramaribo. Dutc-h Vein's Itm Shrine, va, cl.allengi-d Guiana, southernmost city includ-1 by many, but ed in the New Caribbean and South American air mail service of Pan American Aainvays. After spending the night at Port of Spain, Tiinidad, the party contin- ued to Maracay, a distance of 417 miles. of (rrcat men, the artist, having died of a broken heart because design for the statue of his friend, Tom Moore, was returned, and the order given to another whose work was consid- ered inferior. PINOI.K. Calif., Sept. the roar of a ficht in which Constable J. A. Mac-Donald was killed and a bandit seriously wounded, gunmen this morning robbed the Rodeo branch of the Bank of Pinole of After shooting their way to free- dom the tiio of bandits escaped by auto into the Contra Costa hilli and are still at liberty. DOHENY WITNESS lu-h aitis's declare that committM--. :tiv a1 tault for permitting suilptois to pniceed after tliey -.ub mttid the nuclei-.. Pulilin, say, ait- Ms -ullVml ru.uljl fnim in it'iimitmii with tli LOS ANCiKLKS. Sept. L. Doheney, multimillionaiie oil i man, Ls going to Washington, D. C. this week to testify in the brib-1 ery trial of Albert Kail, foimei secretary of the interior, it became known tonight. The trial is set foi 'tober 7. Fall is accused ruined eyes by neftlect; they fiet red and sore and you let them go. Don't do it. Leoiurdl's Golden Lotion relieves surencs'j In ono (Jay. Cools, LEOHAKDI'S EYE LOTION I'MC FTROSG DR. T. LANCASTER I'almer School Graduate CHIROPRACTOR Office 449 Sixth Arenue PHONES Residence 532 Office 918 HATS Cleaned and Blocked Carter, the Hatter 505 Central Ave. Phone 839 Qni Vive Card Club The Qui Vive Card club will be entertained by Mrs. D. B. Fox this afternoon at at her residence on Ellisville boulevard. Friday Bridge Club The Friday Bridge club will neet with Mrs. George Bacon in ler home on Sixth avenue at thrce- ihirty this afternoon. Ace of Clubs Meeting The Ace of Clubs will meet with Mrs. Lester Bailey at three-thirty this afternoon in Seventh avenue. her home on Joie de Vie Club to Meet The Joie de Vie Card club will meet with Mrs. T. G. McCallum at three-thirty this afternon in her home on Sixth avenue. Fortnightly Club Regular Meeting The Fortnightly club will meet this afternoon at three-thirty with Mrs. Will Winn as hostess in her home on Thirteen th stieet. to the delegation of _ more than a hundred. The guests were seat- ed at tables bright with garden flqwers in autumnal shades. V-. Mr'.--Dan Beard and his daught- er, Hilda Beard, motored to Hat- tiesburg Thursday afternoon to see their son and brother, Wal- lace Beard, who is improvng rapid- ly at the Methodist hospital fol- lowirlg an operation of appendi- citis. Wallace will probably be able to return home Sunday or early in the approaching week. Mil. A. F. McCormick, Dr. E. S. Wilson, Messrs. Harold Gardi- ner and Calton Smith spent a cou- ple of days at the Adams lodge on Goose Neck Point, returning home Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Head will be at home to their friends in the home of Dr. and Mrs. W..P. Dav- is on Eighth Street where they have rented an apartment. eipect to beqome located here on the first of October. Air. and Mrs. Andersori TJfe expected home the latter part of the week from a two weeks vis- it to'relatives in Meridian. The friends of Mrs. L. G. regret that she has been ill for the past several days, and they will be glad to hear she was somewhat improved Thursday. Miss Itazel Yelvcrton, who has been a patient at the Laurel Gen- eral Hospital following an'oper- ation .for appendicitis, expects to be able to return to her home in Bay-Springs Sunday. Her moth- er, Mrs. Charles Yelverton of Bay Springs, has been with her daught- er and she expects to accompany Apron and Candy Sale The Hustlers Class of the West Laurel Methodist Church is en- thusiastically making plans for an apron and hdme made candy sale which the class is to hold on Satur- iday this week at the American Store on Central avenue. The Argus Club to .Meet This Afternoon The Argus Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. H. D: Giles in her home on Sixth avenue. An I :xcellent program on "Education" j las been arranged, Mrs. J. B. j Jarvis, Mrs. Warner Beard and Mr. R. H. Watkins contributing i [he principle numbers. The Altar Society to Give Benefit Bridge Saturday The Altar Society of the Cath- olic .Church is entertaining at a bridge benefit party Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. B. Schneider. Plans have been made for a party of one hundred participants and tickets may be secured from Mrs. Schneider. The party no doubt will meet with ready response, the Altar Society gave a similar party in the sum- mer, and in every respect it was a most 'brilliant affair. P. T. A. Council Holds Meeting Thursday Afternoon The P. T. A. Council presided o'ver by its president, Mrs. Henry Fuller held the the school term first meeting of Thursday after- noon. There was a large number I in attendance. And among matters considered vras the membership and rnaga- j zine drive to be put on during the third week of October. Further details relative to the drive will be j given to public later. I A picture show will be given to raise funds needed in the activities fostered by the P. T. A. 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