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TUESDAY, AUGUST , .23.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. AGE FIVE. SOCIETY AND CLUBS i MISS MARGARET D. FORBES i Weddings Jackson-Bartlett. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald on Faxon avenue will be the scene of a pretty wedding on Tuesday evening, when their niece. Miss Eugenia Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitmore Jackson, will become the bride of Mr. Hubert W. Bartlett. The rooms thrown open for the oc casion will te beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and smtlax with . great sheafs of pink and white glad ioli. Preceding the entrance of the bridal '"party Miss Louise Garibaldi will sing "At Pawning" and "Because." She will be accompanied by Mrs. Harry J. Light, who will also render the wed ding march from Lohengrin as the processional and will softly play ""Trau merei" during the ceremony. 3f The marriage will be solemnized at 6:30 o'clock, the Rev. Walter M. White, pastor of the Linden avenue Chris tion church, officiating. The bride, who will be given In mar riage by her father, will be gowned in white georgette crepe and chantllly lace, over which will fall her tulle veil, which will be wreathed in orange blos soms. Her flowers will be Bride roses and valley lilies in a shower bouquet. The maid of honor, Miss Ida Mary Oberle, will be gowned in pink organ die and will carry a bouquet of pink roses, The flower girl, little Miss Peggy Martin, niece of the bride, will wear a pink organdie frock and carry a basket of pink rose petals. Mr. Whitney Arthur McDonald will serve as best man. The ceremony will be followed by a reception, when the guests will be cor dially welcomed by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackson, the lat ter gowned In cream pussy willow taf feta trimmed In cream lace and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, the latter gowned in braided taupe georgette crepe. After the guests have had the pleas ure of viewing the many beautiful wed ding gifts, a delicious wedding menu will be served, the Ices and cakes carry ing out a pink and white color scheme and a heart motif. Following a short bridal trip, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett will be at home to their friends after August 15, at 762 Bullington street. Entertainments MRS. PIDGEON ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF MISS BAILEY Mrs. Prank Pldgoon was the charm ing hostess at a most enjoyable af fair on Tuesday afternoon, when she entertained at luncheon in her attrac tive home on Belvedere boulevard In apeclal compliment to Miss Virginia Bailey, whose marrlng-M to Mr. W. Nu gent Ballou will take place on Wednes day evening of next week. Covers were laid for 16 on two ele gantly appointed tables. The honor ta ble, where the bride-elect was seated, was beautifully decorated with pink roses arranged in low Dresden epergnes. around which white tapers burned in Dresden candlesticks, their lights soft ened by silken shades. Dresden china was used in the serving of the delicious menu. The places were marked by hand-painted cards picturing a bride in a wedding slipper, the place of the ho i oree being specially designated by a beautiful corsage bouquet of roses and alley lilies. The second table was also teautifully decorated with pink roses and white tapers gleaming through pink silken shades. Mre. l'idpeon, who was a very gra cious hostess, wns -owned for the pft crooon In green chiffon and Miss Bailey was lovely In a frock of blue and yel low flowered chiffon, with a yellow leghorn hat. Announcements : Coate-Scott. A wedding of much interest in Mem phis social circles will be that of Miss Eleanor Blanche Coate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Stennlng Coate. which will be quietly solemnized on Tuesday evening in the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Coate at Rosseau, Ontario, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. Miss Coate was numbered among the most attractive of the girls introduced to society last fall and Mr. Scott Is a well-known and popular young attor ney. Early in the fall they will be at home to their friends In Memphis and will be a charming addition to the younger married set. Here and There Miss Clara Gene Lewin has returned after a six weeks' visit in Jackson, Ky., to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. Sam Baum, she was the recipient ( of much social attention. Miss Leila Samfield will leave Wed nesday for Dawson Springs and Uuthrie, Ky and Clarksvlllc and Nashville, Tenn., to be gone about two' weeks. She will be accompanied by Miss Katherlne Weinberg, of Little Rock, Ark., who is visltlne her. Miss Bernice Ban, of Fort Worth Tex., is ihe guest of Miss Dorothy Berger. - - Miss Jane Washington left Sunday evening for Sewanee, Tenn. Mr. Frank Dixon, Jr., has returned from his vacation which he spent vis iting in 16 states. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cortese and family are spending the summer at Lake Sartiia, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Berger have as their guest Mrs. Philip Ban, of Fort Worth, Tex. - - Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Cortese ami family are amoncr the Memphlans who are summering on Lake Sarnla. Ont. Mrs.- A. It. Williams and Miss Julia Williams, are anionic the MempliUns sojourning in Biloxl. Mrs. J. Hlghsaw and children, J. L.. Jr.. and Robert, have returned after a stay In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Wingfield have returned to their home in Hope, Ark., after a visit with their parents, Mr. , und .Mrs. William Simpson in their home on LeMaster street. Mrs. Walter Baldwin and Mrs. J. Tl. juice, the guest of Mrs Baldwin, will leave Wednesday fur a visit with friends and relatives in Helena, Ark. Miss Bess Robbing White is at Lake (Jeneva, Wis., where she will spend her vacation with a number of other Mem , phians who are summering on the lake. Mr. Jack Kdward Morris left Tues day morning for a llt in Cario, III. Mr. and Mrs. I Avlla Mcl'hlllips and little daughters. Marie Louise and Patricia Avlla. will leave on Wednesday to spend the remainder of the suninu r in Old Swect Springs. Va. After a short visit with friends In ASK FOR and GET iKIosiicEf's The Original Malted Milk tor Infants and Invalids Avoid Imitations and Substitute. . W. Norris & Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 275 Madison. Telephone 585. 'J MRS. MARTIN ENTERTAINING ATTRACTIVE YOUNG VISITOR ,- " v ' i! '1' , " " 3 !V - 1 4 I I " ' ' ' 'v I I ' ' MEKTINOS OP MKMI'HIS UOMKVS OHfiAXIZATIOXS The regular monthly meeting of Kt. Phllomena guild 'will be held In the home of Misaey yuiglev. 4SJ North McNeill street, on W ednesday . after noon at 2:30 o'clock. The Melros Social club will enter tain wilh a dance at Kdcew,wd P"rk on Wednesday evening. Messrs. Fred Dcucker. James Carrigan. Frank Mu rino and Joe Davis have charge of the affair which promises to be very enjoyable. , A called meeting of the members of the Young Ladles' Institute will b held in the Knights of Columbus build Inc on Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. The Young Judaeans convention committee will meet in the home of Miss Frieda Schaffers on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Reports will be read ard further plans for the conven tion will be made. The O. E. S. auxiliary will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday after noon at 3.30 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. CLUBDOM Officers Elected. The following clipping from the St. Paul Dally News will be of Interest In this city, which was represented by six delegates at the convention- "Mrs. Lena Ijiko Forrest. Detroit, Mich., was elected shortly after noon today to the presidency of the Nation al Federation of Business and Profes sional Women, who have been holding a three-day convention at the Saint I'aul hotel. "Mrs. Forrest's name was brought up before the convention the fust day us a possible candidate and gained in .trengtli. "Mrs Florence S. Dury.a. New Yrl(. wns nominated vice-preMdent, but with drv her name in favor of a Weiitern woman. ' Miss Iota Kelly, rtatnn. " M.. wns then romlnuted. Miss Kelly hud al ready been nominated for recording secretary and withdrew her name, to accept the office of vice-president, to which she was later elected. "Miss Mary Stewart, Washington. D C, was elected corresponding secre tary, and Miss Uratla Ktcc, Bridgeport, Conn., treasurer. "Miss Ixita Rich was elected record ing secretuiy. "The battle has been raging for rwu days as to whether voting by proxy would be allowed and at times seri ously threatened the harmony of the i on vent Ion. "When the constitution was drawn up a year ago it was understood that voting by proxy would oe allowed, jo women who have come from long dis tance as delegates nave come with many proxies. It was also Muited out at the convention yesterday that If proxies were t be allowed the tele graph office would be swamped for the next few hoUTS gelling proxies. "Th" Weetern women. Including MN Oall Laugh'in, San Francisco. i'hI.. president of the federation, were in fav or of voting by proxy and made a three hour fight, when it was left to the ixecutlve committer which behind closed doors reversed itf former declston to allow voting by proxies from club other than that of which the delegate Is a member." ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE 11. "Giving In marriage" Is simple and easy; its getting anything afterward that requires all a woman's ingenuity ttnd skill. A BELGIUM SERVICE ON CLEANING There is infinite care used in cleaning all COATS, SUITS, DRESSES and other gar ments. Such care results in perfect cleaning all of which is a recognized BELGIUM SERVICE. SIMPLY PHONE 38 MAIN ELGIUM CLEANING COlYl Poplar at Fourth MISS MARY HAMPTON MARTIN. Miss Martin, of New York, Is the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Martin, formerly of Memphis. She Is the recipient of many social atten tions as the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Hugh B. Martin, on Vance avenue. Mississippi, Mrs. R. L. Cain, Jr., will leave In a few days to poln Mr. Cain in Charlotte, N. C where they will make their future home. Mr. Teddy Peete has been enjoying a visit wilh friends In Marlanna, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Woodson, accom panied by their son, Edward, follow ing a stay on the coast, will go to Albuquerque, N. M., to visit their son, R. V. Woodson, Jr. Misc Octavla Love Is enjoying a stay in Sewanee. where she Is attending the teachers' institute of the Episcopal church school. Miss" Sarah Campbell has returned Rfter a delightful visit with relatives in Nashville and FranWth, Tenn. Mrs. J. P. Long and niece, Miss Louise Brown, are spending the heat ed term in New York. Miss Marie Barbaro has returned, after an extended visit to her sisters, Mrs. William R. Fargo, of Gary. Ind., and Mrs. D. K. Ktimson and Mrs. Geo. A. Becker, of Owensboro, Ky. Miss Wharton nnd Miss Sally Belle Wharton, 63 North Autnirndale street, have gone for an extended visit with their brother. Mr. W. P. Wharton, of New Y ork city. They will return some time in September. Mr. and Mrs. Union Thomas Kennon. the latter formerly Miss Laura Elsie Curry, whose marriage took place on Sunday, are at home to their friends at 772 Eastmoreland avenue. Mrs. M. H. Palmer, 61 North Auburn dale street, has gone for a thirty days' trip .through the East. Mrs. Palmer DRINK at FORTUNE'S Sanitary Fountain .All-Civam Ice Cream and Delicious Sodas served in sterilized dishes. An absolutely safe place for the children. FORTUNE-WARD DRUG CO. Ill Madison Ave. will visit In New York and Atlantic City before her return some time in September. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Ashford have gone for a stay at Chautauqua. N. Y.. and will tour the East before returning Fraternity Will Meet. All members of the fclsma Alpha Epsilon fraternity have been requested to meet on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the home of Mr. Frank Neb at 772 Eastmoreland avenue. Special Meeting. A special meeting of all young ladles and young matrons of St. Patrick's par ish is called for Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the rectory. Linden ave mie and South Fourth street. EAST END GARDEN In lionutiful East Km, Where the Air 1st Pure Largest and Best Dancing Floor in the City Wonderful Music Furnished The Southern Syncopaters Dancing 8:30 to 12. ADMISSION 10c. Kveninfc Ticket Which Admits Couple and Includes I lancing Privilege for Kntire Isveniii-j $1.00 I'lus Wur Tuv. A SERVICE THAT OVERLOOKS NO DETAIL Electrically Equipped Throughout ffoEFS AUNDRY Uniformly Good Work Throughout PHONE 90 PIKE, HEALTH ML, ECONOMICAL, CHEAPER THAN LARD. GO E3 FARTHER. NOURISHING, DELICIOUS. MADE IX DIXIE. SOLD EVERYWHERE. When you buy Phoenix you secure the superlative deprree of Shortening excellence and at the same time contribute to southern prosperity. t loei o IX The Ideal Shortening Over 160,000,000 were paid the Routhem farmer last year for cotton need due to the increased domand for cotton seed products. Phoenix is au tmportant factor in this and ranks as a pioneer in creating this demand. PHOENIX COTTON OIL CO. MEMPHIS. TENN. READ THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED ADS ,iiii;!..taoiiU THE AUGUST SALE OF FURS- SA VINGS OF 25 to 40 Nothing is to be gained by postponing the purchase of Furs for the early fall with such sharp advances in prices. A small payment will hold any Fur until wanted, or Furs may be pur chased on deferred payment plan. Time The universal medium of exchange. Your time will bring you back from life anything you choose to trade for it. A worthy watch will help you in its proper invest ment. Waltluim, Howard, Elgin, Hamilton, Grucn mi Mi Graves-Dix ( lnrorported) GOLD AM' SII.VKUSMITIIS I ' 1 A M 1 1 M M Kill 'HANTS I I NORTH MAIN ST. I I Costs Disregarded Entire Stock Priced for Quick Clearance Every Wash iress 1 IIS! m m m m u y f-- e; hi IP m ! .. NO REGULAR PRICES-EVERY WASH FROCK DRASTIC ALLY REDUCED - ENTIRE STOCK SACRIFICED IN THREE SALE GR0UPS- One Special Group of Wash Frocks r-1 Novelty Voiles Printed Voiles Flowered Voiles Beautiful Street Dresses, in at tractive styles and colors; dain ty voile frocks and tissues; fig ured and flowered designs. One Special Group of Wash Frocks Organdies Voiles Tissues Organdie frocks, in white and summer colors, figured and flowered voiles and tissues; all greatly reduced from our high er priced lines. One Special Group of Wash Frocks Organdies Voiles Dotted Swiss High-class wasli frocks of rare beauty white dresses, colored dresses; flowered and figured fabrics; made in the smartest of summer styles; all greatly reduced. 10oD)D) 4 Great Reductions on Silk Dresses One special lot far below their regular value. , For Wednesday we have prepared another onei of our low price Dress sales. Dresses for sport, street, afternoon and traveling wear; materials are printed georgettes, flowered and beaded georgettes, foulards, taffetas, sport silks and combinations. ..ifU.i'i.iuH! ,.',1l!;;il!,i:;l2t,i:i;';1!':: -4;'.;. ,. nt.;ii.':'i.,1ul'Jiii'.i.;iii