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PAGE FOUR SOCIETY AND CLUBS MISS .HARGARET D. FOKDES' ATTRACTIVE TEXAS GIRL IS GUEST OF MISS LATHAM i ,'- V .', ' , .-. ,.y ... .. 9lxm a. 4 .J MISS DOROTHY SANFORD. ; Midi Stnford, of Bhprtnan, Tex., In .IwoalvInK much attention ai tha (rucst of Mlra Jeiisle Ijitham. Hhe muda ninny friends on a former visit In Mem phis and bun liecn t'ompllmented with numerous urns II luiiclieonii and dinner! durlnr her atny. Weddings Hay-Sneed. A pretty wedding of Interest ta many frlenda in Tetinesaee, Miln8lppl and Arkanta. will t nolemnlied on Thurs day evening In the home of Mr. and Mr. W. Maydwell MoNeely on Cooper aireet, When their sister. Misn Henrietta But ler Hay, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Turcott. of Crenshaw, MIkk., will be eoine the bride of Mr. Kdward Sineed, of Stuttgart, Ark. i An artmtlo arrangement of cut flow erp and greenery will mukn an nttraetive etllng for the ceremony, which will lake place at I SO o'clock, the Kev. A. IT. boone olflctatlng In the presence of relatives and frlenda. Preceding the ceremony, Mr. C. Bryant Young, of SiirdW, Mliw.. will sing, "BecaUHe," acioinpunleU at the piano by MisetalRdys Cauthen and the wedding niarclt' will be played by Mr. Arthur J. Korle. i For the ceremony the bride will wear an exquisite rube of white geor (etto cree draped at one etd over a panel of hamlnome laee, while tho lace forma a bouifunt drapery at the other aide, caught with hand-made atin and ehiffon rosea. Jler flowers will be Undo rosea and valley IIIUs In a shower bou quet. The maid of honor, Mim Virginia Bneed, Bister of the bridegroom, will be Eiwned In peach embroidered crepe and oe with an arm bouquet of sunset rosea and valley lilies. Uttle MIbs Addle Luclle McNocly. wearing a dainty white organdie frock Will be the flower girl and imietor Henry Hugh Farmer of Sardls. Mlsa., ' wearing a white satin suit, will be the ring bearer. Mr. uneed will be attended by Mr. Archie F. Kiiwllnge, of Stuttgart, Ark., aa best man. The ceremony wljl be followed by an Informal reception, when the gucBta will b welcomed by the brides parents, far. and Mrs. U J Turcott. the latter gowned In lavender organdie with touches of green; Mr. and Mr. Mayd Well McNeely. the latter formerly Miw Addle Hay, who will be gowned In blue georgette crepe and Mr. and Mrs. veir P'Orr, of Sardis, Mis, the latter form erly Mine I'attle Hay. who will wear blue taffeta. , , Delicious refreshment will be served to the guests, wjio will have the pleaH Ure of viewing the beautiful array of wedding gifts, which attest the popu larity of the young couple. Mr Sneed and his bride will go to Hot Bprlngs. Ark., to upend their homy moon, the bride traveling I" ''"'"' ome tailored suit of dark blue French gorge, trimmed with black etlk br.ud and having a vest of I'rraiati crepe, with which nhe will wear a gruy velvit hat trimmed with ostrich tips and ac cessories in harmony. After Oct. i, they will be at home to their friend LODGE NOTICES Lodge notices will be Inserted wlthn'it sharge If mailed or brought to The News Scimitar office. a MEMPHIS UUKir NO. lis. F A A A. M., will center the M M ile V tree this (Thursday evening. Sept. 16, l2l. ' 7 PH- Visitors wel tome. C11AS. i: I.OIW.K. W. M H. B. KOHW. iwrei.iry. O. K. S.. Will hMll II special es.-loll this (Thursday! evening. .-i' 1 ' tiurnose of conferring .l.cre.f. at K clock. Park Av.-nue teimle. corner Cooper and farr, Viitor .li,.nn Mits. vKiti.ii: pi'I.k. w v MRS I'AISV Molfl-'V. -.Tet .rv "TfoTH.' IiTam". 'in- "H'HIK gnd members of Mount r.. at blg' No 23: You are rc-iie.t 1 ' ' be fies ant Friday. Su-t. 1 1. V'-'ft. at Uol House mei'tinir and pa m ah baea Indebtedness. I'lense w a vn.- d .. Oordlng'.y or you v. ill I"' dea'.t o cording to law .sut i:ii sTib'.;. p. r I). T MAUV NAPI.AN". 1 Sill I'M IT. I ' S VS i 'h i- DEATH NOTICES IB their new bungalow. 7"9 Jjeslle atreet, Stuttgsrt, Ark., wltcfe Mr. Sneed Is a well-known young banker. Among the guest from a distance present at the wedding will be: Mr. and Mra. L. J. Turcott, of Crenshaw, Miss., Mrs. and Mrs. C C. Hay, of Corno, Miss., Mr. nnd Mrs. Weir I'Orr and little tlauuhter. Addle Louise, of Sardls. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Tern pie. Mrs. C. M. Henderson. Mr. C. Bryant Young, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patton, all of Sardls, Miss., Miss Vir ginia Snccd, and Mr. A. F. Kuwiings, of Stuttgart, Ark. Stubblefield -Wilcox. In their homo on Pcnhody avenue, Mr. aid Mrs. Allen P. Stubblefield on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock gave In marriage tin ir daughter, Mary Kent, lo Mr. Oeorge N, Wilcox, of Loulavilla, Ky., the Ilev. H. S. Spruglns officiat ing For the occasion their home was unusually attractive, rosea In wicker baskets being cllei lively arranged with a leickgn in 1 of ferns and palms. Mrs. ('. 1.. llt.ck rendered a well se lected vrtgram of wedding music, play ing during the icremony. "llelleve Me If All Those I :im, mi Iiik Young Charms." The bride wore a suit of taupe duvetyn and a hat cf gsay squirrel and carried a shower b( until I of orchids and valley Mien. .Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox left for Aahe vllle. N C, nnd will later enjoy a motor trii to New York and other In teresting points. They will be at home In lxiuimille, Ky, Hamilton-Freeman. The marriage of Miss Minnie Reeves Hamilton to Mr. Innmn White Freeman, both of Kenton, Tenn., was solemnlied on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock In the Central Cumberland Presbyterian church, the Rev. James M Mcl-eskey, officiating, tn the presence of only a few relatives. The bride wore a suit of Znnslbar brown btoadclnth with bat to match. Mr. and Mrs tieorge Freeman and Miss Leila Hamilton were the only at lononnts The young couple will be at home in Kenton, Ti nn. LockhartColdren. A quiet wedding took place In the parlor f the Hotel Chlsca on Wednes day evening at 7:30 o'clock, when Miss Mildred Lockhnrt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lockhart. or Clarendon. Ark., became the hi nlc of Mr. Jir' I'oldren. of Parkin. Ark., the Kev. LL S. Spiaglns officiating. Tiie bride wore a stllsh suit of mid night blue brosdilotli and accessaries In harmony. Her corsage bouquet was of Bride roses and valley lilies. Following the ceremony Mr and Mrs. Coldren left for Chicago and points In the Kast. On their return they will be at home In Parkin, Ark , w here Mr. Coldren la engaged in the lumber business. Home-Bailey. A quiet wedding was solemnised tn the home of the Uwv. L. H. F-stet. the officiating mil lster, on Wednesday eve ning, when Miss Lorraln Home, of oxford, Miss., becam" the bride of Mr, Frank 8. Halley, of Memphis. Master Ulllie Roach served as ring heater and only attendant. Mr. and Mrs. Ualli-y are at home at 24 North Cooper streol. Entertainments MR. FARLEY HOST AT HTUDIO RECEPTION Mr. Erin Farley was the host at a delightful affair on Wednesday after noon, when be enttrtalned with a re ception, tiie occasion marking the for mal r.ieulng ol his new music studio. Several members of Mr. Farley's large clasa assisted him In entertaining, ren dcrlng a beautiful program of vocal numbers, which was followed by the erving of delicious refreshments. About 75 guests had the pleasure of enjoying hia hi.spilality. MEMPHIS ALUMNI CHAPTER OF ' K. A. FRATERNITY ENTERTAIN The Memphis Alumni chapter mem bers of the Kappa Alpha fraternity will be the hosts at one of the moat delightful dancing parties of the season on Thursday evening, when they will entertain at the Country Club In honor of tha active members who are leaving nt an early oate ror college. The spacious living room and ball room of the club will be artistically dec orated In the fraternity colors, old gold and crimson, with college and frater nity pennknts and a facsimile of the fraternity pin, which will he lighted by electricity. In the place of magno- While Away Happy Hours at tlte beautiful EAST END GARDEN Conic out tonight you'll sep your friends hero and you'll have a jolly time! There 's plenty of room on the glassy-smooth dancing floor and you'll want to dance forever to the be witching strains of our celebrated jazz band the Southern Syncopators ODDIE McWINDERS Director EAST END GARDEN W. L. VESEY, Mgr. . W. Norris & Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 21b MHcm. Telephone 585. THE NEWS SCIMITAR. THURSDAY, ItEPTEMBERr 16, 120. lias, which arc tha fraternity flower, lilies, with greenery will also be pret tily employed In the decorations. Midway of the evening delicious re freshment will be e-rved to the guests, about 10 of whom will have the pleaaure of being present undar tit chaperonage of the married members of the frater nity and their wives. The special hosts of tha evening will be th officers. Mr. W. w. Swift, president: Frank Ullllland, vice-president; A. U. Helskell, secretary and lr. Carrol Turaer, treasurer. SIEKTINOB OF MBMPSns'""-" '' J ' Tho Pruce achool Parent-Teacher a sortniion will ir eel Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock. Mre. Sidney Meeker, tha new president, will preside and an In teresting talk will be made by a mem ber t tha liottry club. A misoc'llantoua shower will be given Friday afternoon from 1 to I o'clock by members of 'the Parent-Teacher as sociation if tne Neshoba high school. The affair Is given In honor of Mrs. Hownn Scruggs and Mrs. Joe Callls, former teachers, who were, married dur ing the summer. The I'hrent-Tfacher association of Madison Hrigr.tr school will hold Its regular business r.netlng on Friday aft einiHin at 1 o clock, at tha aohool, Tho Parent-Ttucher association of Lauderdale school will meet Friday aft ernoon at 1 o'clock at tha school. An '-.liJ.ldiiiiiiiiii Interesting program has been planned, which inoludea talks from prominent apeakersi Tha Parent-Teacher association of Maury school will hold the first meeting of the fall on Friday afternoon at S o'clock. The affair will be especially Interesting as it la -given a a reception for Mlsa Klley, the new Maury school principal, and other teachers,- Tha Alumnae association of Miss Hulehlnaon'a school will moot Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the school, 1129 Union avenue All former members of the school an4 - the graduates of last year are urged to attend. CLUBDOM ANNUAL AFFAIR GIVEN , AT WHITE STATION SCHOOL. An eagerly anticipated event is the annual carnival ' and barbecue, which will be given at White Station school on Saturday from 4 to IS p. m. Mrs. Joe Craig is chairman -of the committee on arrangements and the entertainment features are under the direction of Mr. Lu Lu Brown. The barbecue will be In the capable hands of Chick Davidson. Among those who will participate In the excellent program, will be Mrs. Alllda Morford Black and Mlsa Klsie Wynne In ukulele and song numbers, Miss Mary Wynne and Jack tydough ney In songs, Misses Dorothy Turner and Alglne Plerrotl in a circle costume dance. Frits Lwless In a monologue and dance, Howard Hall In planologues and Leo Schneider in song and whistling numbers Miss Margaret Wynne will serve aa accompanist for the evening. A cordial invitation has been ex tended to the public to be present, Cummings Association. As school has not yet opened In that district, the l.tur of the meeting ol the Cummlngs Farent-Teacher associa tion has been changed, at the request of tho teachers, from HO In the after noon to 10:30 o'clock In the morning W Have a Complete Lias of DESilSa CHAIRS In all styles sad finishes. We sr selling agents for the Commercial line of deks, the B. L. Marble chairs, the Globe-Werntek labor saving filing devices, cabinet safes, book eases s,nd transfer eases. S. C. TOOF & CO. Printers and Office Outfitters J9S-201 Madison Ave., Memphis Phonej Mats tifO on Friday. All members have been urged by the pierldent to attend the meeting Friday morning. - . , . (Additional Society on Pas Seven.) Atter a delightful trip to Washing ton. New York and other points, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Melon hav been joined at Signal Mountain, by their grand-son, James Malone McKnlght ' CONTRACTOR FACTS TO Rivers Says Tanlac Has Re stored His Strength After Everything Else Failed to Do Hipi Any Good. "Tanlao has helped me so much that It Is a real pleasure for me to recom mend it to others," said W. J. Rivers, 1407 Collins avenue, Kansas City, Mo., a well-known contracting carpenter. "I had a severe attack of the 'flu' before I had fully recovered from a se vere spell of grippe and pneumonia, which I had had some years beore, and I was left In such a run-down, weak ened condition I wasn't abla to do any work; I spent about half my time In bed, had no appetite, and I suffered terribly with severe pains In the back of my head and all through my body. GIVES OUT THE PUBLIC My kidneys worried ms, too, and Ihere were awful pains In my back all the time. My-nerves were so badly tin strung I could not raise a cup of . cof fe to my lips without spilling lt,: and it was impossible for me to get a good night's sleep. "I decided to try Tanlao and got re lief before I had taken half of the first bottle. After taking only four bot tles I can walk around several blocks and yesterday I worked all day in my garden without a particle of trouble. Those terrible pains are entirely gone from my head and body, my kidneys do not worry me any more and I can sleep .. all night long without waking. In fact I am enjoying batter health than I have In years," Tanlac Is sold In Memphis by the following agents: Warnock Drug com pany, Weiss' Pharmacy, Doyle-Turley Drug company, A. Renkert & Co., two More; L. H. KHpatrick, Wadllngton- Purdy, Idoors's Pharmacy, . Taylor i Taylor, three stores; Washburn -Lyls t Drug company, C. O. Manning and Bat- tier's Pharmacy. - adv. wmmmm msem ini''inin!tiiii,nin'-n'ii!W,'"t:'!ti'ti'i!riMtHr,iinTn!i'1 liliniilii!lil!!itk gbSHOE DEPT. 1 2jiv" "iulj ' New Brogue Boots The Swagger Penth no:i' 'S will ! iri.n. I Chargi- if i't' i rued t ' fuii'ii .r burial director or am hut im d $23-50 .-Ph'- b 'C. KAKI.K -At St .1 Tuesday i-vening. Sept. ' ' 1.'". at o'clock, ':iirn Alice. w it. ..' ' VV Kable, of Aberdeen. Mi . : -ihcr "i Ralph K. anil Willism !: K. i le. d 17 years. Remains were f-nwiinl. -I fni.; t. parlors of Thftupsuti ltr" t - Nirtl.-n, III., for Interment, yesterday iW.dti.-s-day) evtning at a i-Ik-u, via Frisco railroad " 'WILLIAMS At r. mT. it, .-, fii'sIVuih Ounlsp street, Tuesd-.v ev. tinig. S i t 14. 1920. at 9-3'i o'e. u. Wilimtn. Ini -Land of Mrs. ,'nrrle It WlUmn.s. fa'. r Of Charles Williams: brnther "f li. Luella Modley; fatln-r of Mr ami Mrs . A. Jones; grandfather of .Mr ael Mrs. William W . t'nrne, V w v. Jr.. Thelma A , Plnkston T . Vivian '. bJeshltl K. and Georgia Lliztiheili .h i - Funeral services will b h-ld from the Providence A. M. B. church Friday venlng, Sept, 17, 1910, at 1 o elm-It ths Rev. M. T. Cooper officiating, a,. Hated by the Hcv. S 1. Ihmard friends Invited. Interment In Zl.m Iwnetsry. Barnett-lewln company, fu- terat directors, 2tH) Fourth. Phonej IMUalMS. Chestnut Brown Calf A iiitMlific-1 lip'tur hcot. sn lojuilar with smart 'In-ssor- .'i 1i!.iv. Ha full win tip. prrfi uatdl hcf! t"inL;. lit xililc welt m1os ntiil l"w military heels. For Style Without Extravagance liny Queen Quality Main Floor Main Floor 3(E K ( 3 S3 'II J i Some Exceptional Values liilllllliSlilllB Friday Stunni-h .ball Dresses Personally Selected By Our Dress Buyer N In New York Last Week. See Window Showing. Fashion's Most Recent Style Decisions Far Below Their Real Value. See Window Showing. All-Wool Tricolettes All-Wool Serge Smart Tricotines Handsome Satins Charmeuse and Combinations. By far the greatest sale of Fall Dresses we have ever held so early in the season. Take advantage of this great offering. They are all new Fall and Winter models, at savings of many dollars. f Scores and scores of stunning models. The new beaded and embroidered styles, in fact, Dresses of the type that will appeal to discriminating women. This Will Be A Season of Suits and We Are Showing Some Remarkable Values Right Now Prepared for a large sale we have hundreds of the newest Fall and Winter Suits, the kind that you would ordinarily pay a great deal more for will be out Friday at $45. All-wool Tricotines Beaded Trico tincs Silvertones Yalamas Duvet de Laine and others. Smart ly tailored dressy types fur trimmed styles. $45 New Arrivals in Early Fall Coats $35 Bolivia Silvcrtip Vclour Chame leon Cord Tinscltone Broadcloth and others. Fur trimmed dolman styles shawl collars. Women's Wear Third Floor. E 3 61 m m m 1 m n mm ST.3 m f.-i M mm m m II' m em W Ml FI w I, in M ft I 1 ft! wi- r"n-nm-iitrii U.tli.liliMftMliisUUI UHkmd- lsh.l'tillwiilslsi.i 1 4 riiii 4Ui.it Ui rtUMMUtitttltt. I UUlt J tatiawUti4iii situ. M'T-ttptiiH If "Ti'i ,jil4,iijiwilitilil!