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Monroe News Star (Newspaper) - April 9, 1941, Monroe, Louisiana A Page six octet eve c. Bradford society editor office phone 4800 res. Phone 1404 y prenuptial affairs flood the Calendar Jeannette Ziegler is Honor guest at numerous prenuptial courtesies easter is the absorbing subject for the great majority this week but to Jeannette Ziegler and her friends the subject of greatest import Ance is the prenuptial affairs leading up to her marriage next week. The initial event on the weeks Cal i a near was the miscellaneous Shower in the Home of i s. J. E. Braley wit i enema Bough ton and Ber Nadine Mcknight co hostesses. The reception suite of mrs. Braleys Home banked with Beautiful Spring Flowers was a colourful setting for Ziegler wearing a flowered Prim ensemble and surrounded with intimate friends. The highlight of the evenings pleasures was the presentation of Beautiful gifts in novel manner. Hand a ome linens predominated among tie gifts. A salad course and Coffee was served at Silver serviced tables to Ziegler. Miss Hazel Brooks Edith Chambers Alile Swilley Hazel Fairchild Dorothy Williams Clydie Cox ele Thia Edwards May head Mary Benoit Helen Cait Sally Holloway Dorothy Adams Bernice Mccoy mrs. Haskell Fairchild mrs. A. E. Kup Atrick mrs. Relieve pains of neuritis fast demand v genuine by yer aspire a you can Purchase a new 1941 Mercury s n 073�?o fully equipped delivered in Monroe Monroe Auto amp Supply co., inc. Your Lincoln and Mercury of Abr phone 1436 Monroe Valerie Cou Ulion mrs. Veatrice Clampit mrs. H. L. Brickell mrs. F a car Rufi mrs. J. C. Ziegler mrs b. D. Allbritton mrs. J. S. Cage. Mrs. Shelby Cage extended charming courtesies in her Home complimentary to i s Ziegler. The serving of delicious refreshments during the conversational completed tie courtesies extended to the guest of Honor and mrs. W Ensmingir mrs c. W. Oseland mrs William Buckley mrs. Farrell Rogers mrs. A b Mccoy mrs. N. Fuller mrs. L. B. Pettit. Mrs. Conrad Cage or. Mrs. Q. A. Henry mrs r. Richardson . T. Bryan Pugh Iii mrs c. Omo is mrs. D. A. Vanzile mrs George Vanzile mrs. N. Vanzile mrs. J. C. Zic or mrs. B. D. All Britton. Charmingly a Montial was ele Thia Edwards Al Fresco supper party honouring Ziegler and her Fiance or. Jaclson Robertson. Saint Paschal a altar society held their regular monthly meeting in the Church Annex with Marie Powers the speaker of the afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Burkett president presided Over tiie Brief business meeting during which time she appointed the following committees easier egg Hunt committee mrs. P. P. Let Tich chairman mls Margie Moore Mary Charles Burkette Gloria Clou atre Refre Simeni committee mrs. Harry Martin chairman and mrs. Vance Rhodes. The society vill sponsor Ait egg him on easier sunday Between tie hours of 3 and 4 of clock on tie Church grounds. All children of the Parish Are invited to attend and each child will i receive a prize. Music will be furnished by the Louisiana training Institute band and traffic will be directed by tie k. Of c. Boy scout troop. The next regular meeting of Tjie society will be a social meeting and will be held at Mcguire a Counti a club with mrs. Vance Rhodes and mrs. A. Peb us Hoste amp ies. Winnie Graham Briard arrived Horne wednesday from tiie state University Baton Rouge to spend tie easter with her Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs. Fied Hill. She was accompanied Home by a classmate my Adele Scott of Alexandria. Several social affairs have been planned for the entertainment of u uni aug Lier visit with Bre Ard. Coming events Ali urday meeting of the 0 a club with mrs Charles Bennett 10 . Meeting of the luncheon Bridge club at Mcguire Golf club. Hope secs or. H. F. Madison mrs. Travis Oliver. Mrs. Fred Milisap and mrs Felix Terzia. 12 30 of clock. Tie Monroe Art will hold its regular meeting at Llie Frances hotel on the Mezzanine floor room c. Mrs. Edward Apperson will on a Interior 4 30 . Auxiliary to uie ouachita medical association at the club 12 30. , mrs. Irving Wolff and mrs. C. P. Gray. Meeting of Monroe Assembly run i a s order of Rainbow girls at masonic Temple. Initiation. All of Lodge and Eastern Star Are invited. 7 30 . Meeting of readers clique with mrs. E. L. Marchman 1919 Pargoud Boulevard 2 30 . Mrs. Ralph Holcombe will enter Tam at luncheon for Jane Landry 1 . Friday misses Mary Benoit and Helen Carr will enter Tain for Jeannette Ziegler at 525 Jaclson Street. The Baptist churches of the twin cities will hold an inf Onnal reception for or. And mrs. T. W. Gayer new superintendent of Baptist children a Home and his wife in basement auditorium of the first Baptist Church 8 to 18. The Public is cordially invited. Meeting of the musical coterie wit i mrs. Clyde Sanders. 101 masonic 4 . Saturday Kappa Delta luncheon at the Frances hotel 1 . For reservations ring mrs. A. K. Kilpatrick 38z3. All members urged to attend. The w. B. A. Will sponsor a dance at the Rainbow 9 to 12. Public is invited. Easter egg Hunt at the Home of mrs. Arjie Mae Gattis 1702 North fourth Street for members of the beginners class of first methodist Church. 3 . Monday meeting of the Monroe Garden club on the Virginia hotel roof. Or. King Rand of Alexandria w ill talk on a 7 30 . Meeting of the Miro Book club with mrs. H. M. Venable 111 Speed drive at 2 30 . Miss Clara Wood and mrs Marcus person will keep open House for minis Jeannette Ziegler 111 Filer 8 to 10 . I mrs. Alfred Reid will entertain Dur i ing the Tea hour 5 to 6, for Jane Landry. J Nell Delee will entertain in formally for Jane land it7 to 9. Tuesday mrs. W. B. Inabnet will entertain at j luncheon for Jane Landry. I meeting of uie Stone Avenue worn and a society of Christian service at the Church 2 30 . Mrs. Roland Brown and Ber i Nice Mccoy will enter Tain at dinner j for Jeannette Ziegler 615 Filhiol Avenue 7 30 . I Delta Beta Sigma founder s a the Monroe la n e w s s t a r he Ven i null Rosemary Corby y pattern y Este Day Thino possible has happened of Frei ghion the shivering group marooned on an Island off the North Carolina coast. Mrs. Mar Biry had taken her party there to look at an old House they have been shot at Clammy hands have grasped them the caretakers have been inimical. Nolo while the wan of tie parly Are trying to by wild n Rojt Strong enough to get to the Mainland a smuggler s ship is bearing Down in the Island. Only the party on the Island does not know chapter 18 evasive ship to the House Quot Gina said triumphantly Quot As the chinese philosopher once said a he who eats even the last Crumb is a poor critic a a a what chinese philosopher Quot Ham demanded relaxing on the Sand. A How should i know a asked Gina. A one of them. The chinese always say something to fit every they All lingered for a few minutes after the meal was done but finally Brett Rodman with a meaning glance As the sky reminded the men that the Trees still had to be and lashed together if they were to assemble anything that looked like a raft before darkness descended. The girls started Back to the ave and Gina Vav ent hesitantly into the Kitchen where eve i House. There was nothing else to exp lamed to mrs. Jackson that do since the men were obviously they were going to prepare a i unwilling to have their Amateur lunch for the men working Down Josh efforts watched. Both of them an the Shore. Dreaded the return because eve a no need to Cook anything a the j knew that Julie would fret and caretaker finally agreed. A a there a j hint broadly that she ought to be cold Ham and plenty of bread More encouraging to Neil Bowron. There in the Box. Pickles too if j Gina remembering her aunts in you want them in the pantry i dig nation about Uncle Theodore Hope the men done to expect or. Only that morning tried to make Tackson to help them. He has the walk last longer enough to 1 a anyone would think he was a a in a sure he Gina said Sar-1 Slad to get rid of Iii a was what caustically. Glancing out to where i Elen had wailed according that nver worked Mariur Iriani to her Niece. A the next time i look at an old House he comes with me. And see How he likes being marooned in the Middle of nowhere a however when they returned Julie had persuaded mrs. Mar Bury to play Bridge and had moved a table to the old but still Lovely veranda. Glad of a Chance for placating the two women both Gina and eve agreed to play too although their eyes strayed Long that overworked individual was lolling m the Sun a pipe in his Mouth and his hat pulled Down Over his eyes. Mrs. Jackson a eyes followed the girls and her face became almost purple with anger a not at her husband. Eve noted w Ith amusement but at Gina. A do you want me to make Coffee a she demanded sullenly. A ooh no a eve approached the huge pot competently and tried at the grim face of the care i Back to the Beach taker. A a in la make it. And while almost saved we re at it. Ill just makes a pne afternoon wore on some fun pin of. When eve could no Long while a forget mealtime for a her stand it she went in and braved Fri Folph and Tho nor for = Iii w himself. It put a period to the the gals Haid is inns tvs hungry As the hours went As the went thro men failed to re a i Wai afraid too dinner. Mrs. Jackson had the ref Ftp a i asked to serve that meal at a i can to make ont vhf it to re Quot Nen their had been no sign of sents us so Quot Gina said attacking of Thuv Nuht of a j report the Ham with More vigor than l. ???ho�?Ts1us1 a or Levi As Loda �?T�?o41 vote 1�?T� really trying to Mak an Effort to a a raft. Of or. Howe set a Vav a she wat we exclaimed As that gentleman were Alf cooped up Here by the a Quot a the House looking k y a a a c Yogi a White after his Nap. A a maybe we be spoiled some walking boys a in. For her Gay s,. So 5�?o a a a a eve said sagely. Quot perhaps it won t i he .1,. , Rint has Nahori a her a a certainly not mrs Emerson a did not answer and Vohen Evi saw How perilously close to her i j could Start there fingers the Sharp knife came she tiptoed around the Kitchen. They i banquet in the Mirror room of the got through the sandwiches with porch from the path. _ Frances hotel. For reservations ring out mishap however although it i i sue Mary Moore. 4695. I took them longer and was More wednesday april 16 arduous than they had thought. Marriage of Jane Landry and i even when the Basket was packed. Or. And mrs. J. L. Terrell have returned from 8 motor tour of West Texas and new Mexico. They Enjo it red one interesting Day visiting the Carlsbad caverns. Ltd so a. Flours perfect easter gift. The most expressive the least expensive potted Cut plants Flowers corsages place your order with the Florist of your Choice Monroe Florist association the Flower Shoppe inc. 004 North third phone 565-479 grand Floral co. 202 St phone 273 Lane Flower shop Pons 3418 410 Breard St. Marguerite gardens phone 4540 205 Bright ave. Mary a Flower shop phone 682 135 North second St. Of Donnell Flower shop 117 Stone Avenue Phon 1252 lieutenant Walter f. Schubert at tie first methodist Church 10 30 . Thursday april 17 Ivor. K. I Ross will entertain durig the Coffee Horn 10 to 12, for Jeannette Ziegler and mrs. Edwiu Byrd. Annual Bridge olympic at tie Home of mrs. A. L. Harrington 8 . Ring 776 for Reser actions. Friday april 18 mrs. J. C. Ziegler Vil entertain the Ziegler Robertson wedding party at dinner following rehearsal. Saturday april 19 wedding of Jeannette Ziegler and or. Jackson Ramsey Wollertson at the first Baptist Church b30 . Reception following in reception suite of the Church salurda.y�?, april 26 Delta Beta Sigma annual Black and White Fonneal dance at the Frances hotel Terrace. 10 . They found unexpected difficulty in carrying it to the Beach. A do of you think Thev can i it at ship Oft Shore. Ask mrs. Jackson for kerosene. Hurry a Quot whoops saved a a t last Quot shouted Gina jumping up from her chair and diving toward the ail this Quot Gina panted As they went along the Sand. A to maybe i maybe Thev Arentt the Beach a can of a a they a better be a eve retort swinging Between them. De with determination. A after we Long enough slaved like that eat and a few pieces of Wood like almost a raft a driving at the most wooded spot of the Island they found a group of men More than ready to eat everything they had brought. Brett Rodman was looking hot and tired but More lying near the House and mrs. Marbury Ham and the Law yer brought up the rear of the . By the time they reached the Shore they could make out a Small Schooner standing offshore about to round the Point. It was dimmed by the late afternoon Eleanor Barnes of Philadelphia vocational Coix sultans of International Althusa was introduced to local members of Althusa at an informal dinner party at the Frances hotel tuesday night. Miss Barnes following the introductory remarks gave an Impromptu talk. On thursday she will address Althusa members at the Frances hotel where a formal banquet been arranged in her Honor. Tie Twenty fourth Anni Versai y of Althusa will be the theme of Bai nest address. Students at the state University members of Kappa Delta sorority arriving Home for the holidays will be Artlia Jane Hill Caroline Oliver Martha Wilton Mchenry Leila Dean Frazier. Miss Patsy Slack Jean Hale and Magdalon Ammon. 4115 but i Pic a a a pleased than at any time during i but when eve suggested a the visit eve Thoricht. A Eil his i Mirage Neil looked at her so hair rumpled wildly and i painfully. She retired meekly to perspiration dripping from his the background forehead wiped his face on the everyone a help was needed sleeve of a Grimy shirt and the logs felled at so much Effort shouted i that Day some of them already a a you re a couple of sweethearts i lashed together 35 a raft were this Simon Legree Here is making i sacrificed for the fire and other us chop Trees so fast we can to even Sticks and logs were dragged to think. In a just about ready to the spot. So furiously did they give up the raft idea and starve to a Ork that no one even looked death on this blasted five acres of up until the fire was a tall column Ham and Jim Froissard were less articulate but equally glad to see them. Eve was pleased to note that Gina found time to say ships going away softly to Ham a it can to do that a protested a you look tired my pet. Ill bet Jham. A they you ship ahoy come of flame above their Heads. Then an exclamation from mrs. Marbury stopped them Short. A look a she said tearfully. A the its the first honest work you be done in Back in spite of the sadness of the guests in the Lime of or. And mrs. I j. H. Sav it age the first of the week were messes. William Powers and Ike Fife of Houston. Mrs. G. E. Addison will spend easter with her Mother mrs. August Welser of Mansfield la. The newest books we Are the to Jet them i lending Library the Book Shoppe 122 a grand St. A moving a storage a packing a crating household goods a merchandise cartage and storage Faulk Collar Ond Ltd War Ltd oust a inc p2 n.2ndf�?Tstrmonroe, 7 Ham grinned As delighted As if , Gina could not help Gina had pinned a medal on his laughing at Ham his normally sweat stained shirt. Good Humoured face was covered a a it a almost As bad As the time j with a layer of dirt from his in i ran away from Home a head accustomed labors. And the dirt fitted a and got work in a steel had tracks through it from sweat Mill. I decided then that id never i and in addition his Cheek bore s try manual labor again but look great smear which was most he at me the men up. After a fashion in the Calm water that lapped at the Shore As different in a relic of the fire and the kerosene a you look like a newsboy just after he dropped his papers in the As possible from the angry lash mud a Gina said and Ham smiled ing Waves they had seen for the crookedly. Last few Days. While they were a i feel a lot worse a he admitted getting ready Gina and eve i a a whole lot w spread their feast under the Shade the party stood helpless except of a nearby tree and poured the i mrs. Marbury who subsided upon Coulee into tin mugs. It Vas Gratis the largest stump she could find flying to see tiie food disappear i although it was evident the ships once the a had settled on the j Crew must have seen the signal grass. T -11 seemed to take a a they d have to be Blind not to added zest in criticizing the was see it a As Brett said bitterly it the meat and bread w Ere Cut and had turned away and was heading the Lack of variety on the Meyiu. Out again into the thickening a but i noticed there a nothing Mist but an empty Basket to carry Back to be continued seventeen members of the Sardis Home demons nation club met at the i Home of mrs Monroe Hobbes for their regular business and program meeting. The program fipe cd with the singing of a a american in unison a committee was appointed to make arrangements for a Booth at the Flower and vegetable in now Early in june. Mrs. J. P. Armstrong was named chairman and members of her committee Are mrs. D. L. Callioux and mrs. F. T. Dowdy. Miss Elizabeth Whatley assistant Home demonstration agent a the Well planned a miniature pantry properly stocked with , was shown As an illustration. Mrs. Jewell Mcquiller Home demonstration agent distributed food preservation budget cards and requested each club member to fill them out properly. Mrs a. L. Calheim gave a report on the recent meeting at the experimental station where food preservation was discussed. Each member exhibited samples of sewing. The prize winners were mrs. Dowdy and mrs. Berry. During the social hour refreshments were served the 17 members including mrs. Mcquiller a guest of tie club. 38 to 52 years old. Women who Are Cross restless nervous who Buffer a hot flashes la Alness caused by this period la a Wom Aii s like a to take Lydia e. Pink Ham a vegetable compound. Pinkham s is famous for relieving distressing symptoms due to this functional disturbance. Worth try incl every line and detail of this Chann ing Basic is flattering to slim figures the sweetheart neckline the a Oft bodice drapery the tiny Cors Clet. Waistline and Graceful skirt fullness. For this choose silk Pruit Flat crepe taffeta or slicers. Pattern no ss95 is designed in even sizes 12 to 20. Size 14, Short sleeves 4 Yards 39-Inch fabric Bracelet sleeves 41-3 Yards. For Elliis attractive pattern Send 15c in Coin your name address pattern number and to the Monroe morning world today s Patten service 106 7th Avenue. New York a y. Have All the new clothes you want save Money Send for our stirring fashion Book and make your own pattern 15c. Patten Book 15c, one pattern and Patten Book ordered together 25c. 18th was made and member in surged to make to Weir to attend. Also discuss etl was the biennial convention in los Angeles july 6-11. Several members from Monroe plan to attend mrs. I Hornton told of activities of other clubs in train my for Community work in National defense and urged m be is to take whatever training is available. Miss Eleanor Faulk suggested that club members attend the naturalization of aliens in the Federal court room Al 1 30 Friday april 11th. Those attending were mrs. Jennie Thornton. Mamie Ober mrs. Lillie Arant mrs. Fay heard Harriet , mrs. Mae modes Mii a Maible Hood mrs. Jewell Wise mrs. Johnnie s. Elbert Florence Powers mrs. Lola Lanius mrs. Laura slalom. Miss Mary of Kelly Eleanor Faulk Alice Baur Hazel Waitefield Kate a Perkin Mary Hester Bernice Wright mrs. Marguerite Pilchier mrs. Mable Fisher Nora Downes mrs. Gladys Miles and mrs. reims. A a american music will be featured by members of the daughters of the american revolution at their chapter House saturday afternoon with mrs. Louis Hullum president of the Louisiana Federated music clubs the guest speaker. Mrs. Hullum will talk on tire subject of a american the program for tie afternoon will feat i e american music exclusively with such old favourites As a in the gloaming a a written and composed by a Louisiana woman appearing on the afternoons program. Lyrics by Grace Agate member of the d. A. R., will be Sung As solos during the afternoon. All Niem Bers of the d. A. Are invited to attend Liis meeting. Or. And i s. Will Poter of Boro announce the marriage m 31, of their daughter Bess to d h. Williams. The ceremony was formed by Rev. A. W. Townsend at the methodist parsonage in Hod in tie presence of a few relate a a and friends. Pirs. Williams has been employed b the Parish Library service an or. Williams is connected with to Parish aaa office. They will reside x Jonesboro. . A Tominie Thornton was reelected pc Ildeni of the by i inc a and women club at their meeting Tuc Day night at Llie Virginia hotel others who were reelected were mass Harriet Hirsch Secretary mrs. Fay heard treasurer no Rance Power. vice president muss Mary Hester i second vice president. New members of the Board Hofen were ? Bernice Wright mrs Dora g a Tyr report. Of committee chairmen fori the t Vear were read. Announce-1 ment of the annual convention to be i held in Shreveport May 16, 11 and a patriotic theme was reflected in tie program arranged by members of the american legion auxiliary for members of Camp fire girls their guardians and Council members at pm Osythe Park last saturday afternoon. Folk dancing singing of patriotic airs and the serving of refreshments at the legion memorial Home were the outstanding features of the program. Hostesses for the afternoon included Junior members of the auxiliary Helen Stein Alice and Nita of Kelly Ida Sophie Davidson. Senior hostesses were mrs. T. C. Mahr mrs. H. Flood Madison mrs. Harry Stein. Miss May Faulk mrs. C. M. Abboud tire easter Motif Vas beautifully portrayed in the Tea table decor where trays Kacien wit i individual cakes and other confections were placed. Iced fruit punch was served from bowls placed at either end of the Tea table. Miss Lorine Berry of plaque min la spent the week end with her paid tents or. And mrs. W. S. Berry 01 the jone.�?~?Boro Highway. Bernard Berry student at l. A u will arrive Home thursday to spen the easter holidays with his Parent or. And mrs. W. S. Berry. Fireman injured at mis9 , ., april 9.�? pm or fireman was injured and damage est i mated at Trio Sands of dollars w \ caused by a fire of in determine origin at the Ward lumber compari Plant in East . The fireman a t. Davis was i Jared when he stepped on a rail Cri crossed by live wires. W. C. Ward proprietor of the Pla said damage a would run into Tho Sands of he said it was on partially covered by insurance. Starting m a Kiln the flames sure to approximately 150,000 feet of Lun Ber which owners said was a Tot loss. A a pleas i plants in Bud and Bloom for easing Olf Achita Nurser i Standifer Avenue u Between Lee Avenue and i they re just better Jlon a Maitin mrs. W. D. Grisso in route to her Home in Oklahoma City following a visit in Natchez ., where it he served As hostess at cottage Garden during Garden pilgrimage is spending a few Days with mrs. Reese major or. Mrs Grisso was Connerly Mary Elizabeth Davis of this City. A Onroe Fli i a a oiment co Slowden uts. Phones free fre this to 5< and 10< a oms a. To delicious y i Armour s Star i so tender it melts in your Mouth. Sugar bred and slow smoked to a new High in Rich mild flavor feast of feasts is easter and there a no finer Choice for this Happy occasion than a magnificent scar Ham its specially processed in two exclusive ways to give the tenderer quicker cooking Milder Ham America prefers. First this Choice Ham is a Ugar cured the new tenderer Way by armours own secret process. Then slow smoked by Stop watch control Over fragrant Hickory and Hardwood fires to the Peak of mildness and flavor delicacy. Rich in Heitli values one Good serving of Star Ham and Gay salad nests wrap Ham in inside Lii mine wrapper. Bike Tat Ide up,81.12,50. 18 minutes per Ali. 45 minutes before done remove Puper and Rind a Core at. Glae with a a cups Brown i ukr mixed with i cup Honey. Continue Lakinjr. Basting with mixture. Garnish with Tulip designs of candied Orange Peel. Serve with salad neats made of canned Pesch halves in water Cross with tinted Clover Boloni cheese balls. Armours Star Ham supplies a full Days thiamine Vitamin a requirement for the average per son. For your family and guests be sure to choose the Ham that Heads the easter Parade of Good things to eat armours Stah buy Star Ham tender cooked in the yellow wrapper or perfectly smoked ready to Cook in the White wrapper. Look Lor till name Quot Star Quot both on Tho package and the Ham i Sitf. Ask for a Armour s meats americas first Choice flavor

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