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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - December 4, 1940, Port Arthur, Texas Four the port Arthur news episcopal women to hear talks thursday St. Georges episcopal Parish asocial Ion will meet in regular session thursday at to a. In. At the Church. The Celebration of the holy communion will precede the business session Over which mrs. M. D. Gates will preside. Mrs. C. T. Anne will have charge of the devotional. Mrs. W. E. Japhet of Houston president of the associated women of the Houston diocese and other diocesan officials will be present and will give a report of the triennial convention held in Kansas City. To. Representatives from Beaumont Orange and Anahuac will attend wednesday december 4, 1940. Holiday party to be Given by mothers Clu Bride elect is named honoree at card party Young Brot Evelyn Hollifield feted prenuptial Courtesy at Smith Home at mrs. L. S. Smith and mrs. Olden Nunez entertained with a prenuptial party monday evening at the luncheon will be served by the monies Oia is Ine grandson or Lormer s Home on ninth Street Hon it a v. Am or and mrs George b Creswell of Orink Evelyn Hollifield Bode elect Norton chapter. All women of the Ana ours a orge in arcs we 01 a a Reed to san Antonio and or. And mrs. Vv.,0 Vernon Bodin. Seasonal flow George Glen son of or. And mrs. J. D. Cook 5106 sixth Street is five months old. He is the grandson of local Parish Are especially urged to he present. Res m. Cook of Omaha neb. 3 Day pre Christmas thursday Friday saturday Only 20% off on our entire Stock of ladies a Quot miss new yorker gowns and pyjamas a ladles slips Satin and lace trimmed four gored tailored slips. A bed jackets a Berkshire full fashioned hosiery a costume jewelry Gold baby rings too also -318 20% off on our entire Stock of infants Wear toys and gift goods just in time for Xmas gift buying baby land Opal o. Gangshei proprietor 622 Procter St., next door to Sabine theater decked the Home. Bridge afforded diversion during the evening with the High score prize falling to Charlotte Miller and the second High to mrs. Weldon Preddy. Ginger Allen won the travelling prize. Buffet refreshments Casbin Grotto and auxiliary to hold dance Here entertainment to be staged Friday evening at masonic Temple Casbin Grotto and auxiliary members Quot 1 entertain with a dance at the masonic Temple Friday evening from 9 to 12 of clock. An out of town orchestra will furnish music for the evening s entertainment arrangements for which Are under the direction of c. H. Gunthorpe jr., r. R. Smiley w. C. Alexander Earl schettling r. R. Davis and Curtis Lacy. Mrs. Sam Blair is chairman of the news pattern Junior auxiliary will entertain at Holiday party hostesses named for annual entertainment on december 17 a photo by Murillo Anthony and Samuel Ray Are the Young sons of or. And the refreshment committee. Mrs. Tony a. Graffagnino 524 12th j door prizes Are to be awarded refreshments were served bus ree Stephen is 23 months old during tile evening it was an Fet style the Board being entered and Samuel is eight months old. Bounced. Members of the Cashan with a Graceful arrangement of they a a grandsons of mrs. Grotto and the auxiliary of Beau White chrysanthemums flanked by j Steve Graffagnino and or. And Nikont have been invited to attend tall White papers in Crystal hold is Sam Dolce of this City. I 4 4 4 ers. A miniature Bride and bridegroom added a bridal note to the decorative scheme. Later in the evening miss Hollifield was tendered a Shower of Kitchen utensils. Others attending others included in the personnel were mesdames Henry s. Smith Forest Elkins Paul Baker Vernon Dejean Milton Hebert Rex Golden Quyon Cain m. C. Parsley Edward Allen Odre speyrer Lawrence Smith jr., and b. S. Cobb and misses Lillie Mae Begnaud Joyce Sipole Allah Frances Scarborough Dorothy Ott Mary Frances Clark and Mary Alice Tipps. A gift was also received from mrs. R. Broussard. 4 4 4 the Date Book missionary play thursday tonight at Church St. Georges Parish association to hold session at Church 10 30 a. In. Woman a auxiliary of country club to have luncheon at clubhouse 12 30 p. In. Woman a Council of first Christian Church to have Christmas party at Church to a. In. Methodist Temple a pcs to have annual Harvest Day luncheon at Church 11 45 a. In. Seabreeze auxiliary to meet with mrs. Georgia Hartley 499 Lakeshore drive 7 p. In. Groves Royal neighbors to meet in pc Hall at port Neches to a. In. Bethany class of fourth Avenue Baptist Church to meet at Church 2 p. In. Quot her lengthened a play dealing with the life of Lottie Moon a Baptist missionary will be presented at the memorial Baptist Church tonight at 8 of clock. Mrs. A. T. Philen is director of the play which will be staged by the following characters mrs. Moon Lottie smother mrs. Jack Hoffpauir Edmonia the younger sister Sammie to Wilkinson lot Council luncheon at Christian Church annual Christmas luncheon of the woman a Council of the first Christian Church will be held thursday at the Church following a program under the direction of mrs. J. A. Watters. The program will open at 10 30 a. In. And will Deal with the Christmas theme. Mrs. Watters will be assisted in the presentation by mesdames Charles West and c. E. Perry. A women a quartet will furnish the music. Mrs. John h. Staney will preside Over a Brief business session. Group 2 will have charge of the Tureen luncheon arrangements. 4 a 4 tie Moon Margaret Hill Andrew Procter Street Baptist Wmk to meet 1 Fleming Lottie a Friend c. C. What Church to a. In. Executive meet. A. Ing 9 30 a. In. Kinson the chinese servant h. U. St. Mary a altar society to meet with Lucent to a Tang Quot Wang and mrs. Thee. Heid jr., 1920 seventh j Ching three chinese boys Kennard Max Westmoreland Bennie Ricardo and Harvey Vincent or. Three chinese women mrs. C. D. Pace mrs. L. L. Westmoreland Street 2 p. In. First Baptist Emu meets As follows Lillian Thomasson Circle with mrs. F. L. Ratcliff 1420 Galveston Lena Lair Circle with mrs. R. Brannon ski eighth Essie Fuller Circle with mrs. H. C. Scott 2009 seventh Alice Bagby Circle with mrs. J. J. Wolverton 5217 fourth Lockett Circle with mrs. D. A. Coleman 3821 tenth Ermine Bagby Circle with mrs. A. V. Temple 636 Shreveport 9 30 a. In j Vinson Dorothy Carver Circle with mrs. N. B. Hampton 4609 twin City informal entertainment to be held at Home of $ mrs Roddy the mothers study club will entertain with a Christmas party at the Home of mrs. T. C. Roddy 3311 eighth Street on december 17, it 2 p. In. Mrs. H. E. Gardner is general chairman of arrangements for the party. Plans for the annual entertainment were discussed at the club pattern 9572 pattern 9572 May be ordered Only for boys and men. For individual yardage see pattern. Send 15 cents in coins for this Marian Martin pattern. Be sure to write plainly your size a name and mrs. J. F. Hay two chime j address Quot and St it Dpi number girls Betty and Barbara Hay two Holiday time Means time for new chinese men o. B. Ricardo and is just another Way Jimmie Ainsworth and two Young a paying you need the Marian. Or it a Martin pattern Book order a copy women missionaries mrs. H. ,_ Book 15 cent pattern 15 Tut a a anal rss a a Ricardo cents. Books and pattern together mrs. C. C. Wilkinson will serve As 25 cents Highway Helen Bagby Circle with the narrator. Send your order to port Arthur mrs. W a a. Larmier 1510 Stilwell musical number to be pts put pvt to 4. A non or to a. In. Willie Kelly Circle at the musical nil Deis to be Gen be news pattern department 232 w. Church. 2 30 p. In. Tween acts will consist of an accor Isth St., new York n. Y. First methodist a pcs to have Christ Dion sold. Rae Stewart selections Mas party at Church 2 p. In. By a girls Trio Barbara Wren Iris t pm by Teriann Aux Illig Scott and Louise Nash a violin Rita Menard l the Junior legion auxiliary will entertain with a Christmas party at the legion clubhouse on dec. 17 at 7 p. In. Plans for the entertainment were discussed by the juniors at the session tuesday night at the legion clubhouse. Christine fuss presided. Named As hostesses for the Christmas party were Mary Louise Beene Dorothy Becker Ruby do plan and Loise Schroeter. Assisting with the arrangement will be Christina Anderson Gwendolyn Gilchrist and Wanda Butler. Will assist at banquet the group also discussed methods of aiding the senior auxiliary with the banquet for state officers Here monday night. A patriotic Drill and program will be staged by the Junior unit at the dinner it was announced. Taking part in the Drill will be Christine fuss Gwendolyn Gilchrist Christina Anderson Ruby Duplan Dorothy Becker Christine Mccorkle Wanda Butler Mary Louise Beene George Ann Beene Dorothy Bizot Jean Bizot Rose Marie fuss june King and Beth Stewart. The unit voted to give a Christmas Basket to a needy family at christmastime. Mrs. H. S. Debre Tagne spoke briefly of the rehabilitation work of the senior auxiliary. Others present others attending were Minnie is Camerata Marie Odile Martin i Dorothy Mae Martin Kathleen Olivier Evelyn Stokes Delores Post Marian fett Marjorie Ham Mack Mildred Moerbe and mesdames j. M Plyler h. W. Whitaker and r. L. Butler. Meeting tuesday morning at i a mrs. W. Or methodist Temple. Pipes presided. Propaganda discussed preceding the business session an interesting program on Quot propaganda americana was presented with mrs. Virgil Parker conduction the devotional. Mrs. Franklin Jonas discussed the subject Quot making democracy examples of democracy and democratic ways of living were presented by mesdames n. F. Stamper by. E rink Man e. Baker a. F. Dalton r. B. Tanner and Virgil Parker following which mrs. A. M. Mcafee lectured on the topic. Others present others attending were Masdam Flat f. E. Mcguire Levi Simmons w. C. Austin w. D. Stell m. R. Harper Sam Blair e. R. Simonds Bert Pessarra and l. U. Franklin. Pauline a gift shop 610 Procter St. English lessons in executive Hatley 1442 peek Street 9 30 a. How can i Solo Sammie to Wilkinson and a vocal Solo Samuel Robbins. The Public is invited to attend. I entertains club q. How can i keep the sponge clean and Sweet Bath look and learn lutheran Aid to hold session a. Rub a fresh Lemon thoroughly the ladies Aid of St. Johns into the sponge and then rinse in lutheran Church will meet thurs hot water. If the sponge is very Day at 2 p. In. At the Parish House Slimy Steep it in vinegar and water mrs. James Creed and mrs. C. O. Over night or for about 12 hours. Wolfe will be hostesses on this oc-1casion q How can clothing curtains the annual business meeting will and other fabrics be fire roofed be followed by a social hour and program. Special 8x10 photograph of yourself. Bring this Coupon. Good till dec. To. 50c Rafael Murillo studio a 1640 seventh St. A a a a. Soak the materials for five minutes in a solution of ammonium phosphate. However this process must be repeated after each washing. Q. How can i remove dust from books a. The dust on books should be removed with a Feather or a Brush. Using a cloth will remove the Gilt and cause shabby looking bindings. 1. How much More gasoline would a car consume travelling 60 . Than one travelling so .? 2. Who was Simon Legree 3. How Many White keys Are there in an octave on a piano 4. What is Quot therapeutics a answers 1. 20 per cent More. 2. The cruel slave trader Quot Uncle Toms 3. Seven. 4. That part of medical science which treats of the discovery and application of remedies for diseases. Members of the Jug club and additional friends were entertained at an informal supper saturday evening by Rita Heriard at her Home on eighth Street. Red roses formed the Central decoration for the attractively appointed table. Souvenirs marked each guests place. Later in the evening games were enjoyed with prizes falling to Gloria Meyer Joseph Kountze and James Duhe. Others attending were Miriam Guidry Geraldine Vaughan Elaine Lummus of Lucille of Neal Etta Heriard Al Bort Guidry Frank Blackburn i James Blackburn and Cecil Placette. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 just received a just unpacked j i hundreds of gorgeous gift items that Are easy on your Christmas budget. Use our Lay away plan. Words often misused do not say Quot i have a plan to say Quot i have a plan to propose a often mispronounced buoy. Pro ounce boo i of As in Book i As 4 in it. Ini often misspelled monitory warning. Monetary pertaining to Money. S synonyms regular usual nor Mal customary conventional Nab a ural typical habitual. Word study Quot use a word three w times and it is let us in j 4 crease our vocabulary by master a Jjo ing one word each Day. Today a word squalid dirty through neglect filthy. Pronounce the a As in a. Quot Unco bed his locks and squalid his . Linens prayer services at Baptist Church first methodist a pcs to hold party a i k phone g i i v 7 j j r a i r a. V 616 Procter n j Weller a phone 9632. We Are now ready for your Christmas shopping. This is the most Complete p line of gifts glassware and dinnerware we be had in our 27 years in business. We k a invite you to look Over our Stock. Small Deposit holds any article till Christmas. I the first methodist a tics will i entertain with a Christmas party i at the Church thursday at 2 p. In. A prayer service for foreign mrs. F. A. Graham will sponsor missions will be held at the first the afternoon program. Baptist Church this evening at 7j one of the features of the of clock. Similar services will be conducted at the Circle meetings thursday and the Lottie Moon Christmas offering will be taken officials announced today. Climaxing the prayer services will be a session Friday at to p. In. At the Church. Mrs. R. H. Dil Day will sponsor the program at the morning session. 4 4 4 4 i i i 4 4 a s Universal electric toaster Toast on both sides Foj to at one time. $1.65 . Glass a Sqq Percolator. 12.90 bake Glass cd Sqq double boiler. A Crystal Flower bowl and 2 double Candle holders. $2.00 2 it. Wear Ever sauce pan special 50c Kotlier will like this Beautiful sparkling Tiffin Glass. Flower or fruit bowl. Service for Hix. Several pattern 53 piece dinner set. Service for 8 for this is a China set. $16.98 $14.98 54 piece dinner set service for 8 for. Odd shapes with red dots. 32 pieces for. $5.98 32 piece dinner set Vernon California Ware. Six colors pal Box ready to ired in gift ship for. $9.76 the most popular dinnerware in u. S. La Ray pastel. 2.1 Box ready for ship service for four Lent. Iii gift $6.49 32-pc dinner set $4.98 select from. 8 piece frosted Pansy ring round has 4 Candle holders set. $1.98 f u so h a pattern of Tiffin glassware see this pattern to wine la a lid other rings for. $1.0c you have to appreciate it. Goblets sherbets ice teas juice glasses sic each. 6 or $5.00 Liber mid pieces to match. Punch bowl set 15 pieces 20 Inch Pluto. 12 cps $12.00 26 piece Silver set stainless steel knives. Hollow handles. $10 eff v knee pedal $4.98 sparkling Cut Rock Crystal goblets sherbets folic or ice teas each. Other patterns75c and $1 Wagner aluminium sizzling Steak platters. $1.50 $2.25 and $2.50 with table Matt. Come in and see Hie Haeger pottery vases. All new. $1.98 $7.50 we have Lovely gifts arranged on special tables for 25c 50c 75c and $1.00 p luncheon thursday a at methodist Church it the methodist Temple a pcs will hold the annual Homecoming har a Vest Day luncheon at the Church thursday at .2 of clock preceding which a song service will be held in the Church auditorium at 11 45 a. In. Mrs. G. K. Lomax will sponsor j the luncheon program. Mrs. H. W. J Mccorkle in general chairman of a arrangements for the luncheon. 4 4 4 i a i i i r r i i m it a Christmas party will be the Shower of clothes and gifts for children from 6 to 12 years of age at the Rose Gregory Home in Elpaso. Quill and scroll club meets tonight the Quill and scroll club will meet tonight at 7 30 of clock at the Home of Verna Savage 3225 seventh Street. All members Are asked to attend. Literary club to hold Holiday party 4 i i 4 4 4 4 i 4 Quot Venezuela was the country Dis a cussed at the meeting of the eve Ning literary club monday night in the department clubhouse. Leader of the program was miss Christina Doornbos who talked on Quot life in the mrs. Everett Palmer gave an article on Quot Caracas the capital of dinner cloths $1.98 to $59.00 luncheon sets 59c to $7.95 Pillow cases $1.00 to $2.98 lace table cloths $1.00 to $2.98 scarfs vanities Buffet sets napkins guest Towel lingerie night gowns pyjamas $1.00 to $7.95 slips amp bed jackets $1.00 to $2.98 ladies panties 49c to $1.00 House Coats $1.98 to $10.00 hosiery 79c to $1.35 plans were made for a Christ Mas party to be held at the Home of mrs. H. B. Porter jr., dec. 16. Gifts will be brought for donating 5? to the underprivileged children. 4 others attending were misses 4 Ruth Chi ten Frances Ephlin to 4 Rene Hutchison Ethel King fran Ces Laughlin Gladyne Robinson and Sammy Stinson and mesdames $ g. H. Keating and h. B. Porter Home gifts i or. Its Choice of millions St.j0seph aspirin world s largest seller at pictures 50c to $5.00 serving trays $1.00 to $5.00 potteries Hull Hager Weller China Crystal and glassware Large assortment of novelties Reading club to meet december 13 the Reading club la hold no meeting Friday As announced in the year Book. Instead the club will meet on Friday dec. 13, at 2 p. In. In the department clubhouse with mrs. Pc. C. Smith in charge of the program. 4 4 4 Cream deodorant which safely stops under Arm perspiration a Iii gent gifts costume jewelry $1.00 to $7.95 vanity cases 59c to $5.00 music boxes $3.98 to $10.00 sachets 25c to $2.00 evening bags $1.00 to $3.00 Linen handkerchiefs 25c to $1.00 special Flower arrangement for your Christmas table. 6 coloured a mini and rack for i Royal neighbors to meet tonight the Royal neighbors will meet is tonight at 7 30 of clock at the Cav Penters Hall to elect officers for the a a ensuing year. Mrs. Walter Monroe u i will preside. A 4 4 4 id St James Ushers $1.25 to will meet tonight of St. James Ushers will meet tonight at 7 30 of clock at St. James auditorium p. B. Moran president,1 urged a full attendance. J 1. Does not Tot. Dresses does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly checks perspiration i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration keeps armpits dry. 4. A pure shite greaseless stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for be intr harmless to fabric. Children s Wear / 25 million Ion of arrid have been old try a a today. At any store which sell toilet goods. 39 a 7 a a also in 10 end 59<s cars arrid silk underwear panties 39c to 59c gowns. $1.00 to $2.98 pyjamas $1.00 to $2.98 slips. 58c to $1.98 Robes. $1.98 to $5.98 silk is velvet dresses sizes 9 to. To 14 yrs. $1.98 to $5.98 Holgate toys Wool animals foreign dolls Xmas card boxes 50c to $1 a a v

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