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Saturday Matinees for
Children a Great Success TITB Council of Women'? clubs of | the city has called a meeting | for tomorrow moiyiing, to i which representatives will be sent Horn the federated clubs for the pre- | mentation of the subject of bringing i Miss Connelly, of the national com mittee for better films, to Biroiing l*ani to deliver a lecture on thitfl sub- i ject. These representatives wilh re- | port the account of this meeting in their clubs for discussion. The Birmingham Better Film asso- I ciation is fostered by the women's clubs and the schools. The officers of the association an**: Mrs. Faul Earle, who is also president of the Central High School Improve ment association, president; Mrs. Neal Wallace, secretary, and Dr. Charles A. ‘Brown, principal of the Central High' school, treasurer. Members of the board are: Mr. R. Block’s ARISTOCRATIC CANDIES \TLANT \ A. Porter, Dr. C. B. Glenn, Minn Rosa Strickland, Dr. J. E. Dillard. Mrs. A. W. B. Johnson and Mrs. J. R. Horn* ady, whose duty It la each week to select the chaperons for the children's Saturday matlness. Mrs. Hornady states that she has no trouble In securing chaperons, as every woman who attends one of these matinees is delighted with the pleas ure of the children and the open en joyment which they express. They feel that it is their entertainment and laugh w-fth open and unrestrained pleasure at every humorous situation. The interest of t^ie children is won derful, as each child who has once attended these matinees looks for ward to the next week's picture, and the attendance Is constantly growing Among the interesting pictures shown are: Mark Twain's "Tom Saw yer" and Maeterlinck's "Bluebird.” For tomorrow "Little Lord Faunt leroy" will be shown. The chaperons for the occasion are to he: Mrs. Allen Daly of the Caxton club, Mrs. O. P- Board of the Volun teer Relief association. Mrs. J. T. Heflin of the Amaranth club, and Mrs. R. G. McCarty of the Psychology club. Besides the pictures, readings of children’s plays and poems have also boen given by talented Birmingham women. Mr. O. Gordon Erickson is also pres ent each Saturday and leads the chil dren in singing. It is a splendid part of t.Velr education to he led by Mr. Erickson In the singing of familiar and patriotic songs, which they ren tier with joyful unrestraint. Iran Co. Exclusively Oriental Rugs At Extremely Reduced Prices Tutwiler Lobby FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE By JOHN J. FLINN, C. S. of Evanston, 111. Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. LYRIC THEATRE / Sunday, January 15 .3:30 P. M. Auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, this city. You and your friends are cordially invited. * Fifteen Successful Years Forecast Future Results No matter how good your suit or overcoat, it should have frequent, careful pressing and occasional scientific cleansing to look its best. Exceptional facilities enable us to render a service of utmost excellence'in every department Best Equipped Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant in the South Acme Laundry “Civil Service” Our Building U Fireproof All Work Handled hy Exports CHARMING AND POPULAR VISITORS _ _ _ c 3aHF=--' ■ — MRS. HENTY RANDOLPH CHEARS AND MRS. JULIA LOGAN MOONEY of Memphis, who have been the admired guests of Mrs. Carl Wittichen during the past two weeks.—Mrs. : Chears’ photo by Moore’s studio, Memphis, and Mrs. Mooney’s photo by the Stephenson studio, Birmingham. [ ROBINSON school ALUMNI MEETING . The Robinson is the only one of the Birmingham schools which has an alumni association. Every year this association holds a meeting to wel come into itsf organization the mem bers of the seventh grade who are passing from that school Into the high school. There are 300 members of this association. At the meeting of the association which was held yesterday afternoon the program was in charge of the 160 boys. Music was rendered by choruses. There were violin solos j and several numbers on the harp were giyen. Addresses were made by Dr. C. B. Glenn and Dr. O. C\ Carmichael, who spoke of the entrance of students from grammar to high schools. The meeting was held in the sixth and seventh grade rooms which were decorated with puny pennants won by the school teams and all the pic tures made of students and classes. A plate luncheon was served in the dining room. The decorations were of carnations in the class colors, red j and white. < Twenty-five new members were welcomed into the alumni association. MEETING OP CLUB RE PR E S E N TATI V ES The meeting of representatives of women’s clubs, which was to have been held this afternoon at the Tut I wller, to consider the calling of a public health mass meeting has been changed to the meeting of the Coun* ell of Women’s clubs which will bo held Saturday morning. MRS. KNAPPI HONORS IlIUDE-EIiECT Mrs. William Knappl entertained at a theatre party yesterday afternoon In honor of Miss Mamie Troncalli, whose marriage to Mr. John Knappi will take place January 18. It Serves You RIGHT In Birmingham Launder ers Dyers Dry Cleaners Rug Cleaners Leaders in our line for 32 years. Branch Offices: 1819 N. 2d Ave. 408 N. 19th St. 410 N. 20th St. Empire Laundry i JsfronJ oi-eCcisY y 'swtew The Age-Herald nas urranged wltrt leading: fashion designers of New York to furnish Its readers a daily fashion and puttern service. All pat terms will bo seam-making and guar anteed to fit perfectly. Safe delivery of every pattern ordered is also guar anteed. You should order patterns a little in advance of the time you will need them, as a stock is not k*»pf In Birmingham, but all orders will be forwarded to the pattern department In New York for attention. Child's Dress—Not unlike a peas ant's smock Is this demure litt*e one piece frock. The sleeves, which are Quite full and gathered Into wrist bands, are joined to the dress l.n rag lan style. The dress hangs loose from / •IS the shoulders. The fullness is drawn upon a ribbon at the neck. The child’s dress is cut in sizes 2 to 9 years. Size 4 requires 1% yards 36-inch material. Price 15 cents. Order Blank for Afe-Qerald Patterns T1IR ACiK-HKKAU) Birmingham. Ala. Inclosed find $.Please send me The Age-Herald patterns listed below: Patterns number. Size. Price. Same ..... Street ... -ity . State ... RECEPTION AT CUNNINGHAM SCHOOL Tho School Improvement association of the Cunningham school entertained yesterday afternoon at a reception at the school In honor of Mrs. Mary Echols of the city commission, *Dr. O. C. Carmichael, principal of the new Woodlawn high school and the officers of the School Improvement association of the new school, Mrs. H. Scudder Ryall, Mrs. O* E. Sanders and Mrs. Martin. The reception was held in the auditorium of the school, which was decorated with ferns and blooming plants, and % basket of roses adorned the tea table. Those receiving were: Mrs. W. C. Armstrong, president of the Cunning ham School Improvement associa tion; Mrs. Echols. Dr. Carmichael, Mrs. Ryall. Mrs.j Sanders. Mrs. Mar tin. Mrs. R. E. Smith. Mrs. L. C. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. J. W. B. Chambers, Mrs. J. O. Hanes. Miss Elizabeth Love, Miss Alena Dobbs. Miss Luckie Posey, Miss Ethel Scrubbs and Miss Drockman. Interesting talks were made by Mrs. Echols and Dr. Carmichael. Mrs. C. E. Sawyer rendered a piano solo and Mrs. L. J. Askew and Mrs. A. E. Hobbs gave readings. A hundred friends and mothers of students in the Cunningham school were present. MRS. GILLKM CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Jennings Gillem was hostess to the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coffin. m. MRS. NICE HONORS VISITOR Mrs. Charles M. Nice will entertain at an informal tea Monday afternoon, complimenting her charming guest, Mrs. J. E. Heyl of Philadelphia. DR. AND MRS. TYLER HOSTS The Rev. It. E. Tyler, pastor of St Johns Methodist church, and Mrs Tyler, entertained the official board I of their church at dinner. About 40 1 plates were laid and an enjoyable evening spent. >IRS. KIDD LUNCHEO\ HOSTESS Mrs. William G. Kidd entertained yesterday afternoon at a bridge party in honor of Miss Mary Margaret Kind of Pittsburg, Pa., who is visiting her. The house was bright wi^i roses and a great basket .was filled with red roses and ferns, which were later presented as favors to the guests. I During the afternoon Miss Kidd sang a lovely group of songs and at the close of the game a plate lunch eon was served. Sixteen members of the younger set were present. SO*G CYihE QUARTET At the Sunday evening service of j the Independent Presbyterian church I at 7:30 o’clock, the Song Cycle quar-! tet will render a special song serv-j ice with Mr. Owen Gillespy Roloi9t,] and Mrs. John Turner, violinist. The personnel of the Hong Cycle quartet, one of the most finished groups of musical artists in Bir | mingham, is: Emile Devy, director; , Mrs. May Shackleford, soprano; Mins | Rebecca Bazemore, contralto; Mr. j Owen Gillespy, tenor; Mr. Deon Cole, RANDOM NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Brenton K. Fiske | have named their little son, Thomai j j Worthington. Mr. W. B. Scarborough, of Los An- i j g-eles, \till arrive later in the month! ! to Mrs. Scarbrough, who is the i guest of her brother, Mr. Hardeman j Meade, for a brief visit here. They ! will go to New’ York from where they will sail February 4 for a Mediter ranean cruise. Mr. R. B. Perry, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Scott and Mr. W. M. Martin are guests at the Hotel Ta-Mlama, In Miami, Fla. Miss Mary Beasley, of Auburn, Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. John L. I*: osser. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brownell are visiting their sons, Mr. Blaine Brownell and Mr. E. W. Brownell, on Cliff road. Next week they will leave for California. Mrs. Murray Ormand, of Meridian, Miss., is the guest of Mrs. T. J. Tur rentlne. Mr. T. H. Molton left Tuesday for Havana, Cuba, where he w;ill visit his daughter, Mrs. Albert Upmann and j Mr. Upmann. Miss Reginald Smith, who is a stu ; dent at the University of Alabama, will spend this week-end in Birming Mr. Elliot Carper is ill, having been operated on for appendicitis 1 last week. • • • Mrs. P. H. C. Cabell is planning to 'leave the latter part of the month for several weeks visit in Miami, Fla. ! • • • 1 Miss Louise Mays has returned to her home in Tuscaloosa after a visit to Miss Lilllian Gibbs. Mr. J. Smolian has been called to New York on account of the serious illness of his mother. Miss Mary Robinson has returned . from Waverley, Ala., where she was called by the illnes and death of her mother. Friends of Mr. William Dickerson will regret to learn that he is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. C. J. Ketchum has returned from Louisville, after having spent several weeks as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Odum. Miss Jennie Morgan, of Tuscaloosa, is the guest of friends in Birming ham. Mr. R. M. Ingram, of Anniston, is visiting here. Mrs. Fred ^ryant and little son have returned to their home in An niston after a brief visit to friends in this city. I Mrs. Albert Johnston has returned THE MODERN MOTHER faces problems far beyond those of her forbears. She herself must be a much more competent person, com bining in one individual the duties of nurse, cook, teacher and moral instructor. It is no wonder that many conscientious women break under the strain, and that others drag out a miserable existence; al ways tired, and yet unable to take a day's vacation. Such women will find themselves benefited and their burdens made easier by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound, which was made for suffer* ing women, and does not fail to re lieve them.—Ady. Daily Mena ftreakfa* t Sliced Bananas Cereal Jelly Omelet Muffins Coffee. Luncheon Fi*h Hash Stewed Tomatoes Brand Bread Cream Cheese Toasted Crackers Tea Creamed Oysters Mashed Potatoes Lettuce with Dressing: Lemon Meringue Coffee Flah Hafth Three tablespoons lof butter, two pups of cold mashed or finely minced potatoes, two-thirds cup cooked fish, shredded, salt, pepper, onion juice, one pgg. one tablespoon of milk; melt the Putter and add the other ingredients except the egg and milk, mixed to gether; stir the mixture until \i is well heated; press it evenly over the bottom of the pan; beat the egg, add the milk, and spread this over the top; brown the hash carefully on un derside; fold it and tprn it onto a hot platter, an-d serve it with or without a sauce. from Anniston, where she was the guest of Mrs. W. F. Johnston. Miss Anita Jones is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Searcy, in Tuscaloosa. Friends of Mrs. H. H. K. Jeffer son will regret to learn that she is ill at her home on Sycamore street. Miss Selina Perry will reave Sunday for Brooklyn, to spend the remainder of the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dixon. Mrs. Virgil Evans, of Huntsville, is the guest of her parent^, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cosby are leaving Thursday for Miami, Fla., to spend several weeks. • • • Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Headley are in Biloxi.. A NNOUNCEMENTS The Cadmcan circle will meet this afternon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. W. S. Lovell. The Shakespeare club will meet to day at 1 o'clock with Mrs. Clem Gazzam. The Woman's club will meet Friday morning: at 10 o’clock at the Wood lawn Library. The Amaranth club will meet this afternoon at 2.30 o’clock with Mrs. Clarence Bonham. The Study circle will meet this aft ernoon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. Emmet O’Neal, instead of with Mrs. If. H. K. Jefferson. The place of meeting was changed on account of the illness of Mrs. Jefferson. \ The Quest club will meet this aft ernon'at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. R. H. Hamrick. Mrs. C. C. Heidt will In* leader. The Culture club will meet this morning' at 11 o’clock with Mrs. John 3. White. Mr. Coper Lawley has returned to Chicago. The Twentieth club will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock with Mrs. E. B. Pennington, 1124 Thirtieth street, north. NOT III8 WORD From the Boston Transcript. "Did you say you’d have a little of the dark, Robert?’’ said his father, carving the bird. "No, sir,’’ replied Bobby, "I said I'd have ‘some’'of it.” I the method From the Los Angeles Times. A lady noted for her happy wit was talking one day at a tea about the art of flattery. “To flatter a girl,” she said, “the , direct compliment should be rare!> | used. It is too knock-down in effect. Like a sledge-hammer, you ! know. "The indirect, the delicate compli ment succeeds much better. “It's time to post some new sheets.” DeLuxe Loose-Leaf Systems and Supplies Sheets Transfers Binders Indexes Exclusive agents for the famous lieliUxe loose leaf books, systems and supplies. 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