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THE' NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE FIVE. SOCIETY AND CLUBS MISS MARGARET D. FORBES CLUBDOM ,, 4 ., Christmas t Pageant. - "Whit Gifts For', the - King," a Christmas pageant, will be presented y Westminster Presbyterian Sunday school on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The program will be as fol lows: ' Opening Hymn Joy to the World ' ". Choir Prayer Mr. O. H. White Hymn He Has Come, the Christ of God . Choir Reading Miss Let a Mai Horsley, assisted by the choir. Vocal Solo-There Came Three Kings, ere Break of Day........ Mr. Ben H. Carr (Wise men, Mr. W. F. Hamilton, Mr. E.-K Joyner and Mr. J. A. Goodman) Characters in the pageant: Spirit of Christmas Mrs. S. H. Alexander.' Conscience Miss Julia Gotten. Pilgrim Miss Mildred May. Wisdom Mrs. Russell Smith. Pleasure Miss Margaret Wicker. Vanity Miss Wllma Woolley. Idleness Miss Maude Wilkerson. LODGE NOTICES J Lodge notices will be Inserted without charge tf mailed or brought to The News Scimitar .office. DE SOTO LODGE NO 299. P. A. M.. vM confer th E.' A. degree ms (Wednesday) evening... Dec. ii, De glnnlng at 7 o'clock. vi'tofn welcome. E. F. I.EATHEM. W. M. J. K. VAN TRKE8. Secretary' "NOTICE ALL OFWERS AND members of Naomi Court No. 5, O. O. C. iTou are hereby notified to he pres ent at the Castlo Hall. 247 Poplar ave nue, Thursday morning, 'Dec. 23, 1920, at 8: SO o'clock, to 'arrange for the funeral of our late sister, Noma Bol den. AM lodges and courts are Invited to ' attend MRS. nA M. PAYNE. W. L 4 MR3. ALLIE f. COVINGTON, T. .of P. DEATH NOTICES I Death notices will be inserted with out charge if presented for publication by burial director or authorised person. LUCKETT At residence, 691 Mlchl (pan avenue, Tuesday morning, Dec. 21, 1920. at U o'clock, Annie Luckett. mother of Mrs. Amanda 'Burks "and Miss Mattie Luckett, eister of Willie Edwards mother-in-law of . Willie Burks. Due notice of funeral will be given. Km ma Wilburn, undertaker. - JOHNSON At" residence. 12B0- South Orleans street, Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 21, 1920, at 1 o'clock. Benjamin F.. husband of Lee Bodley Johnson, aged 68 years; father of Ashley and Louis Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Holdford, Mn. Fred Miller, of Cleveland, O., and Miss Bessie Johnson. Funeral will take place from the par lors Qf McDowell & Monteverde. Due notice of time will be Riven Wealth Miss Evelyn I'U. Pride Miss Kmma Lula Johnson. Gieed Miss Lucille Taylor. Famer-Mias Clara Wright. KnvV Miss Maude Wilkerson. Ambition Miss Lois Herrlotf. ! Love Miss Louise White. Faith Miss Evelyn Grey Smith. Hope Miss Moore. Justice Miss Leta Mai Horsley. Mercy Miss Margaret Horsley. Kindness Miss Alice Taylor. Love's Message Six primary girls. Address By Dr. Charles William Summervllle, pastor. Presentation or Girts or sen. Presentation of Gifts Cradle Roll department. Song "Away in a Manger, No Crib for a Bed"-r-Primary department, as sisted by choir. . Presentation of gifts by Sunday school classes ' . Presentation of gifts by the con gregation. Hymn 'Hark, the Herald Angel Sing," by school. Prayer By Dr. Sommervllle. Enter Santa Claus. Closing Hymn "To Us a Child of Hope is Born," by school. Mozart Club. ' Miss Eleanor Hudgins entertained the members of the Moxart club with a Christmas party on Saturdcf aft ernoon at her home, 163 Nor,n Au burndale street. A very Interesting musical program m'a iHven h Kiitr-tra Wrleht. Mar garet Sue Chlsman, Mildred Hamer, Vella South. Margaret tsaxDy, uuit Williams. Bonnie Mayer, Gladys Ewell and Doris Johnston. After the program, games were en joyed, prizes being won by Margaret Saxby and Margaret Sue Chisman. Refreshments were served fc about 25 guests, who had the pleasure of being present. Christmas Cantata. At the First Baptist church 'on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, under the direction of Mrs. D. R. Mltchiner, there will be given a Christmas Can tata, entitled "Shine On, O Beauti ful Star" or "Elsie's Dream." The leading characters a're as follows: Elsie Little Miss Jullai Schwlnn. Her Mother Mrs. Bryan Wilson. . u.i. Father Mr. Forest Cole. Baby Sister Little MUs Rebecca. tenier. . . Her Brother Master Duke McCsll. Her Playmate Bernice Goswtck. An Old Lady Miss Mertle Chap man. A Neighbor Dr. W. G. Walker. Jim Charles Mltchiner. Christmas Fairies, Christmn ci.-it nH Vnrele-n Children from the primary and Junior departments. There will aiso De a rauttiwuuuun Reservations Being Made Christmas Eve Dinner Dance PEABODY HOTEL CAFE . Friday, Dec. 24th. ,9 p.m. .to 1 a.m. v Exquisite Table d'Hote Dinner. '. A Notable Entertainment. MNEILL At St. Joseph's hosnital. Wednesday morning, Dec. 22. 1920, at 5:26 o'clock, James H. McNeill, aged 23 years, son of Mrs. Lillian McNeill; brother ot William and Earnest Mc Neill. Remains will be forwarded from the liarlors of McDowell & Monteverde to Jones. Tenn., for Interment. Due no- t ice of time will be given. MALONE At 1534 North Parkway. Tuesday evening, Dec. 21. 1920, at 11:5G o'clock, William Pratt, aged 33. husband o? Arlinc Malone; son of Mrs. S. IS. Malone: brother of H. B. Malone, of Morr.phls:' J. L. Malone, of Selma, A'a.-j Mrs J, T. Goswlck, of' Memphis; Mrs. B. L. Davenport, of Thorsby, Ala.; Mrs.. ,1 Lenoir, of Wanton, Ala.; Mrs. J. . Vandersllc, Kelma, Ala.; Mrs. T. A. Pa'mer, Mount Vernon, Tex., and Mrs. K. H. Richardson, Felix, Ala. ' - Funeral Will bo held from the resi dence. Due notice will be given.. Dainty and Usef ul Christmas Gifts Satin Slippers, brown and black Felt ComTys ' for tiolf Shoes for .... Silk Hose from Wool Hose from Ladles' Felt Juliets, t nil colors Misses' and Children's Felt SHnpers $8.00 T0 $12,00 $2.65 ; .$12.00 ...$2.50 T0 $5.00 . $1.90 TO $2.50 .... $2.85 $1.50 AND $2.00 SHERROri'S A Nation-Wide Sale HARTMANN Wardrobe Trunks aSisii (pi II II I p RICES have been cut to the bottom all along the line. The manu facturers join us in offering you Pi this unusual opportunity. If 'you plan to travel, if you wish to keep your clothes immaculate on a trip or in your own home, you will surely need one of these remarkable trunks. The Hartmann as illustrated has 12 clothes hangers and 4 drawers, the Hartmann cushion top which holds garments immovable, avoids wrinkling, and prevents breaking of hangers, - also laundry bag 'and many more conveniences. J J 50 From Factories through Us to You The Hartmann Trunk Company Gives This Price Reduction Only Through Authorized Dealers Trunks and Traveling Goods Fifth Floor This is moje than an annual event we might almost call it an epoch. Such values as these are so saving for you that you cannot afford to pass them by. Even for those who do not travel, but need more closet space, the Hartmann Ward robe is indispensable. Clothes closet and dresser drawers combined. Handsomely finished exterior and cretonne lined the Hartmann shown here is attractive in any 4 bed room at all times. Prices and I equipment to fit any need: This trunk now g EjC 75 Trunks and 'Traveling Goods 2ith Floor W 1 Program choruses. of music, readings nd American teflon. American -Legion will meet i unlty center on Thursday evening at g ojVlock. At this tlmn a ladles' auxiliary to the Legion will be organized. Alt mothers, wive and sisters of exservlce men ara eligible an are invited to Join. Miss Elsie Bass has arranged a splendid program for the evening. . Queen Quality Shop at Bry's Clearance Sale of Beautiful Winter oots Special for Thursdjiy and j Friday Blackj brown, tan, gray, field mouse and two-tone lace and button boots. .Welt and turn soles. High French and covered Louis heels. All sizes in the lot, but not of any one style. All sales final. Main Floor Main Floor BUSINESSANO SOCIAL. MRS. RONFAXTI'S home-made hlark fruit cake. $1 per pound; white, $1.75. Other varieties i.rlced ac cording to choice. 213 Smith Main. Vhone M. 661. (KSTABL1SHKD 25 YKARS.) MCV. Read News Scimitar Wants. Fur Repair Work At Reduced Trice Fur Department Miller's Ready-to-Wear, Millinery and Fur Shop 174 Houth Main St. wmamuaassaB3ft IWV. SAVP. vnTT MrtKF.Y It- ON YOUR BUILDING CLINTON BUILDING CO. . "m nWHWII Tf " -.J Johnson's, Flower Culturists, have achieved a wonderful horticultural feat CHRYSANTHEMUM Grown for Christmas $8, $10 and $12 Per Dozen For 32 years Johnson's have specialized in growing beautiful cut flowers. This Christmas you can purchase v 1 Roses, Carnations, Sweet Peas, Narcissus and Chrysanthemums Corsages $4.00 and Up You ean also purchase Johnson's Gift Baskets of Plants in Holiday Array. Cyclamen, Begonias, Poinsettias You will find Johnson's new flower store downtown is the newest and best equipped in the South. Place Your Orders Early for Christmas Delivery JOHNSON'S GREENHOUSES Dfsptay and Store 161 MADISON AVE. "Say It With FlowertT Open Evenings Until Christmas ' I'tllillnllnsiHIIiililH $25, 000 Underprice Purchase tandard Grade Auto Tires Eight of the Country's Best Known Quality Brands Ml : 1 51 "A J mm pi i o ire Yoii Are Undoubtedly Using These Very Brands On Your Car Now 1 ensation Xothing mysterious a'it it, tbo markets are shattered, every other city is selling tires far below list price, and we have simply taken ad vantage of the conditions and pur chased the tires. Tlioro jifo oifi-lif ufll-KiKiwii standard ?v;5 brands, two f which we are honor bound not to mention six other brands embracing the following Firestone, Fisk, U. S., Howe, McGraw, South Bend Ten chances to one, you are use ing one or more of the brands in this sale, from service stations, paying just about tfrice these special prices. Here 'is your chance to effect a real saving. 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