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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 5, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ; Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O, W. McCulchen and Mrs. John Thomas Scahlon entertaining Col. Jolm Marlln Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists, 11 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs_.' M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs.' Roscoe Cniilon. Mrs. Carleton Smith Jr. having Tuesday Afternoon club, Double O club meeting with Miss Mildred Moore. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck entertaining Thursday Bridge club, Mrs. V.'O. Miller having Tuesday Contract club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs, C. A, Cunningham entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Bi-Monlhly Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. P. Holland. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harold Schnee. . Airs. O. W. McCulchcn having •Town and Country club. Mid-week, .prayer services] First Presbyterian church, being held, nt 7:30 o'clock at home of Mrs. T. J. Marian. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Order "of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock, at chapter room. Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of tlic Confederacy, meeting- one o'clcok with Mrs. Roland Green (or luncheon. , Mrs. J. M. Williams entertaining Thursday afternoon club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Charles L. Wylic. Mrs. Theodore Logan having Double Rnir Bridge club. Mrs. 0. -W, Affllck entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. E, Keck. Mrs. Jess Bonier having Thursday Dessert club. • Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Alter society, Church of Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo parly, eight o'clock, Catholic Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club. ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women, meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Miss Cordelia Wllhile entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at church. FLAPPER FANNY - COPR. fHO Elf KCA6IIWCC.IHC. T, M, t[0. U, 5. By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personals R. P. Red Parks nfternojji for Carbondftle, ill,, where he Is to bo headquartered «l(h the Donavan Construction Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. IxivcwcU Gives Luncheon, Seven guests played with tlic Friday Bridge club when they were entertained at one o'clock luncheon I In the home of Mrs. J, H. Lovewell on Hale Avenue Friday. | An antique Dresden bowl that I has been In Mrs. Lovcwcll's family years cen- lable. The with a wide band there within several days. Miss Mabel Brackin anti brother, Bernard Drnckln, who have been confined to their beds with Influenza this week, are improving, Hyman Wclnberg of Mcrceil, Cnllf., and Mrs. Fred Goldnbr of Nashville, Tenn., spent the week end here with (heir sister, Mrs, Walter Roscnthal, and Mr. Ros- withn). Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyci were In Memphis Friday night to see the Setailck production o[ "Gone With The Wind." rooms. Among the club members, Mrs. joe Cromer scored highest for the award of hose, with Mrs. Hale Jnckso;] receiving hose for the guest i)ward. Mrs. Authur L. Rogers of Jackson, Miss., who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hale, was presented a gift. Guests for the two-course luncheon and bridge games were Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mrs. George Adams, Mrs. Charles Lowrance, Mrs. Rheiia j Davidson, Mrs. C, E. Sullengcr, [Mrs. E. S. Driver, and Mrs. Au- Ihur li. Rogers. ; Mrs. II. J. Hale Hostess. Pin-pie and yellow, predominant colors o! spring, were used by Mrs. H. J. Hale In the decorations and "If you \vnnt lo teach him tricks, you'll have lo have more patience—or more cookies." Dora Coppeagc Becomes • Bride Of Frank Huffman The First Methodise, cmircn was the setting lor the tfedding of Miss Dora Coppcdge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Coppedge Sr.. ol Big Hock, Tcan., and Frank Jackson Huffman, of steelc and Biytheville. which was solemnized yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, read Ibe ceremony. Ferns and other greenery banked the chancel rail and formed the background of the altar against which was arranged graduated floor baskets of Easter lilies. A tall candelabra with white tauers burned directly behind tire bridal party while two smaller candelabra flunked each side. Tlic program of nuptial music was given by Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, pianist, and William Beswick. vocalist. Miss Smith wore a burnt orange chiffon dress with a shirred bolero and a shoulder corsage of Talisman roses. Before tlic ceremony, she nlavcd Cebussy's "Clalr de Lime", Sehu- Bucsts were Mrs. Marion Williams, Mrs. Pat O'Bryant and Miss Mary Emma Hood. For traveling, the bride wore an ensemble of military blue woolen crepe with a dusty pink hat, while her oilier accessories were In black. Her shoulder corsage was of Talisman roses. After a wedding trip to CiuHpoit and other points nlon? Ihc Quit Coast, thsv will be at home Feb. !) at Steelc. Mo. Other out of town suesls were; Miss Dolores Psalmonds of Memphis, Mr, and Mrs. J. Pmii willielm of St. Muis. Mrs. Alvin Huffman of Porljigevllle and Mrs. E C Myrlck of Memphis. Miss Tliclmn. Cook Weds Alvin Lc'dbrllcr Mr. and Mrs. M. E. cook announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Thelmn Cook, to Alvin "Sonny" I.cdbcttcr, sou of Mrs Fran!; Lerfbotlcr. with Pat Harrison, Margaret Holland with William Gem-in, Salllo Mathls .with Richard Roberts Dorothy Jean IlU/gliison with John White, Dods Muir with Billy Jontz, Laiielle Smart with David Boone Wanda Fisher with Warren. Clark, Mi. ami Mrs. Max I!. Reid, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Muir and Mrs Bob Purvis were chaperons for th<> affair. The group was entertained at intermission with an informal party at the Reid home with Miss Reid ns hostess. Out of town guests who attended Ihc dai:cing party were: Nancy Dick Wilson of Little Rock, hoiise- Bl'C^t of Miss Fisher; Josephine Krnzior and junior Doyle, both of Osceola; Billy Eldrcdijc of Somcr- vllle, Tenn.; J. George of Luxora; Garland Moody of Memphis. * * » Bride Honored , Al Party Saturday.Nffflit ' Sirs. Bill Boyrt, recent-bride, was The wedding was solemnised Sat-' J!rs ' Bi " Bo 5' ri ' recent-bride, was in-day, Jan. 27, at Paragould by I cou 'l>llincn!cd with a dinner party the Rev. Harmon Holt. They were '. E' vc ".Saturday night by Miss Miry nt(m-wl/wl In. iv,~ i...i,i n >^ _i. i Ariflll Wnliincr\n oinrin^i n » r-^.-n. • attended by the bride's sister, Miss Virginia Cook, Cecil Johnson, s p Cook, an uncle ol the bride, nnd Lacy T3rycans, Tile bride wore a rose costume with black accessories. Mrs. Lcdhslter Adah Robinson, student nl southwestern college who was spending lite week end hero, with her father 1 , Dr. Pinlcy A. Robtiwon. and family. Mrs. Hoyd was before her recent -— - 0 .-ncumled """ T , inBCr Miss olorl!l Martln . from the local high school In 1031 ''""B'l'er of Dr. and Mrs. s. p and later nt tended Arkansas Stale I M "1 thl college at Jonesboro. She is now of the faculty of the member mann's "Traiimerel". and Liszt's "Liebestramn". The wcddiiiRJ Mrs. Lena Felts, sister of marches by Wagner and Meudels- bride, and Miss Vlr»ii sin £0hn were used and Ihc strains of " Shufaerl's "Serenade" were heard during the ceremony. Mr. Bes-.vick s.iiig "o Promise Me" and "Because." Gosncll high school. Mr. and Mrs. Lsdbetlcr will make their home at Gosncll where Mr. Lcdbcttcr has farming interests. Hyde-Nichols Kites Solemnized Saturday Tiie wedding of'MISS Horteiisc Nichols to Mnlcolm Hyde of Florence. Ala., was announced today by the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs M. L. Nichols. __ The ceremony was solemnized Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Nichols home by Ihc Rev. F. M. Sweet, pastor of the take Street Methodist church. (lie inc. and Miss Virgil Sims, both of Osceola. and Ulicc Nichols brother cl the- bride, toother with other friends attended Ihc couple. Mrs. Hyde were n navy blue laf- The bride who entered with her father wore a white sntln brocade gown designed along simple lines The sweetheart neckline was I -j ., ^..^ ,, LIU y MI tic i;u lota model with gold accessories Snc is a gnuiimte of the Keis'-r high school and the Basic School of Bcaiilv. Mr. Mrs. Hyde C '".iMine UBS nc- »«. niiu ,\irs. Hyde will mike by a peari nscklace Puffed their home in Ost-ooli, whrrr Mr n - lifiht fittinE „„,„„ were attached lo a full skirl with ! U. S. .1 brief train. The veil of illusion was caught by a small heart shaped Juliet cap decorated with oraiW Modems. She carried an arm boii- headquartered Engineers. with (he quet of white Creole lili?s lied Cltib lias 1 1'arfy I'rida More than 100 iicople were en- J. U. tcrinined by mrmbors-of (lie of nnemonecs, ranunculi blur! WIECS, narcissuses and rose biuls ; Mr. Huffman had a s his best' man his brother. Alvin Huffman i Jr., of Portageviilc', MO Ushers were Don Wilhelm. cousin of Mr" Huffman, and Eric Co;>i;c-i"c j r ' of Big Rock, brolh:r of the" bride" i Miss Monta Hushes cntcrlaiiicd l with a weddin-j reception at her 1 home. 1117 Hcarn street, loliowin" ' the ceremotiy. A pink and v;hite! oecorativc scheme was used m the i entertaining rooms. j Members of the bridal nm;-. (ho : brides parents. ni:tl Mr. and Mn ! Jake Huffman received the cuc.sLs i Mrs. p. E. Ferris of Hi* 'llock'! aunt of the bride, urcsided over the I refreshment table assisted bv Miss! Virginia. Williams and Miss Pauline Lee. Tlic three tlcix?d white wedcfiii" take ornamented with D !nk decorations and the miniature figures of a bride and groom "was used for the centerpiece.' • Assisting in entertaining the '100 I.ATK TO CLASSIFY (•'or Sale Aclding Mar-him S-SO. otllcc Kale *-K>. Efp Thomas Land Co. fakl •Salrsiinn Wanted .— SALESMAN An f«q,uoual opporluni.y , w - „ -won ( ,icd car salesman." nicest commission mui rirawiiv account Uir KilcMnen know or u lis ,,„ '„ Ply "Box RC". Courier Nr.vs.' o-ck-i "~~~——— —' EXPERT RKACTV \VOUK Tlic eight guests were served a sleak dinner al the Rustic Inn before going to Mrs. Boyd's home where they presented her with miscellaneous gifts. Miss Martha Small of Salem III., houseguesl of Miss Robinson was ;ui out of (own guest. She and Miss Robinson have returned lo Southwestern where they arc roommates. 1'aslpontt iUcclhij: Members of (lie Ehnwood Cemetery association have announced postponement D f the all day meeting scheduled for Friday 'at Ihe home of Mrs. Olto lirariu'eny. The meeting, which is being postponed because of illness, will probably be held the following week. Tin- first chapter of Ifarcict Decchor Stowe's -Uncle Tom's Cabin" was published on June 5, Head Ccurlcr News waul ads C'AItn OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation to our friends for their many acts of kindness and sympathy iu ;iic illness and rtealh of our wlfo aiul mother. Mrs. Solomon. We also Ihimk than for the boau- ttlitl lloral offerings. Mr. J. W. Solomon Mr. and Mrs. George Duvnll ctlcvillc, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C M Duck. C. B. Parker was removed to his home on the highway north of the city Friday night ' after having undergone treatment for four days at the Memphis Baptist hospital •Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Hubener, ct LHtle Rock, have returned to their home after spending a few days here with (heir son, Dr. L. L Hubener, and family. Mrs. L. H, Moore and Miss Mildred Moore attended tlic. cpera "Martha" in Memphis Saturday afternoon. They went with Miss Mary Helen Moore, Joe Dildy am! Mitchell Best, who saw the film show "Gone With The Wind." Chester Harris, a student at Arkansas Slate College at Jones- fcoro, spent (lie week end here with Ills parents, (lie Rev. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Cimninghmn, Mr. and Airs. Rodney L. Banister and Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd A. White and sons, Dick and John, were In Memphis yesterday afternoon for the motion picture, "Gone With The Wind." ..Mr. and Mrs. F. B. .Joyncr.aml Mjv-.and Mrs. Carroll Blakemorn were in Memphis yesterday for the "Gone With the Wind" show now playing there, Mrs, G. W. Dillahuiity, Mrs. L. f, Hubener, Mrs. James B. Clark and Miss Jessie Miller attended the opera, "Martha", In Memphis Saturday, Oscar Fendlcr, accompanied".-by R, E. Fendler, attended the opera "Rlgoletto", in Memphis Saturday night. Mrs. p. B. Joyner nnd daughter, Mary Lou, nre.ill of bad colds at their home. Mrs. Farmer England, Miss Mary Jean Alfllck, Miss Mary Frances Slacy, Miss Amy Bailey and Miss Efne Uc Terrell attended She opera, "Martha" and the motion picture. "Gone With the Wind" In Memphis Saturday. .Miss Marjoric iUcBHdc and Bridgewood Thompson, of Caruih- crsvlllc. were in Memphis Saturday for the AnIU Louise-Henry Armetta stage show at the Orphcurn Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L, Reynolds were in Memphis Saturday for the "Gone With the Wind" show. CAUT) OF TifA~NKS~ We wish (o thank our many friends for their kindness nnd h-lp during Ihe sickness and death of our precious father. James H Roark. and for (lie beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Jessie Ronrk Mr. Joe M. Roarfc Mrs. i\\:h Pickciis Gonstipat&fjJ . ...CTita always helped riBlit'a'iv.iy^Noi'"^ cjt raus.iKc, liaiianite, |,ic, .iiDtliinc I „',.. Arver felt hdlcr. Mrs. MaJwl SYIu.n AD LE RIKA Kirbv Bros, onig Co. and Robins:n's Drug rjo. INDUCEMENT We ;irc In announce lhal J8EAirrYJiHOP BUCE SENSUJLY edish Massase, Vnp. Baths Sirs. Until I-iwhon i. W. D. Wood well known local automobile salesman is now a mcmlicr of our sales force selling new 1'ord V-S Hiul Mercury S cars. Mr.-Wood'will apprcniiti' Ins friends talkhi; (o him aboul Ihc new 1'ord nnd Mercury cnivs. ub of four tables meeting I in her home on Elizabeth street Thursday afternoon. An arrangement of yellow jonquils, aeaclu, nnd Dutch Iris een- teicd the dining table, with yellow candles on each side. Valentine tallies were used. A blue pottery bowl was given Mrs. L. W. Walters for highest score among the club members, and a pink spun glass bowl to Mrs. E. S. Driver for highest amcng (lie guests. Mrs. W. W. Prewitt won I hose for the consolation prize. In addition to the club members the following wore guests: Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mis, W. W. Prcwilt, '[Mrs. E. S. Driver, Mrs. R. V. ' Madden, Mrs. W. c. Mason and Mrs. Charles E. Sullengcr. * a t Y. W. A. Elects Officers. Jcffle Joe Ford was elected president of the Yoxuig Women's Auxiliary of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church at- their monthly mccling held in the home of their counselor, Mrs. B. E. Moore, on Wednesday iiiiflit. The Auxiliary, composed of young women of the church between the ages of 17 and 25, will have Vera Hendrix as vicc-presi- deiit; Bitty Fisher,'secretary-treasurer; Corn Hogan, program chairman; Lurlinc Hall, social chairman. Meeting night is the first Monday night of each month with a business meeting and program from the official magazine entitled "The Window." nirthilay Parly for Tiriiw. n VIS" s. ohii on Thursday afternoon" The living rooms of the Douses! home on Washington avenue had! been transformed into a make- believe circus, decorated with bail-] rooms, circus flags, and concession stands In evidence. Special costumes and ha(s had been provided for the children who were nlso given toy money to spend at Ihc concessions. Belly Tinman was awarded the prize in Ihc Pinocrhlo contest after which Clara Carolyn Doughy older sistor of the twins, told*the[ children the story of Pinocchio.! The children sang "Happy Birth-1 . as (hey staged a grand march around the dining table where two blrihday cakes stood each holding six candles. Animal nut cups filled with heart-shaped crmdies were given the children for favors. Assislijig HI entertaining the children were Mrs. Gordon Hamilton, Mrs. Et 1 Hampton and Mrs. Tom Driver. Atlend I). A. K. luncheon. Osceola members of the William Strong chapter, D. A. R., who went to Memphis Friday for !he luncheon meeting at the note! Peabody ivcrc Mrs. Margaret Darbiers, Mrs. Susie Keiser, Mrs. C. A. Davis, Mrs. Harry E. Jones, Mrs. Jolm W. Eil- rington. Guests were Miss Catherine Harwell, Mrs. P. J. Semmes, Mrs. George Abrcy, Mrs. J. L. Glascoe. Friday's meeting «-«s the animal election of officers and five offices went to Osceola members. J'hey are, Mrs, John W. Edrington, vice- icgent; Mrs. Margaret Barblcrs second vice-regent; Mrs. C. A. Davis, recording secretary; Mrs. P. V Jacobs, life poet and historian. Meeting dates are the first Fri- dny of each month. * > * I'aulijie Kobinson Married. The marriage of Miss Pauline Robinson of Wilson lo Hmvnid Timmcrninn of this city and Greenwood, s. c., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Robinson of Wilson. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harold B, Tillman on Sunday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage. The bride, who was reared ii Wilson and fe a graduate of the Wilson high school, hns been employed at the Sterling store lot the past year.'Mr. Timmeiman has been employed at the same firm as assistant manager unlit Jan. 1 The young couple left immedi ntcly for Greenwood, where thcj will make their home. * •> * Attend illomiiliis Thcalrc. Among the Osceolans who in Memphis Thursday and Prid;o to see "Gone With the Wind" were Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mrs. George Adams, Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr. and Mrs. Juhn White. Included in the party that went down Satnrdaj for the film were Mrs. G. Hartsil'l Banks, Mrs. D. R. Wcrtz, Mrs. E M. Weicher, Edward Banks and Coach Prank Jones. Among Ihc Sick. Mrs. W. T. Toolc, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Baptist hospital in Memphis last week was brought home- Thursday. Sarah Frances Cox, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Cox living west of town, underwent ^ wi- nor throat operation last week. She Is improving. Mrs. Royal B. Loiigs- tlon, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Methodist hospital in Memphis was brought ome Thursday. Mrs. C. K. Laiigs- do Bntl M , s _ D j Langsdon of, Jonesboro drove to Memphis to' accompany MIS. Langsdon here. Mrs. John Boyd White has been confined to her home with an attack of flu and sluns trouble. ' Among (i, 0 children who have Ken kept out of school last week with n» and colds are Inez Henderson, Bruce Ivy Jr., Evelyn Pi?" and Ann Driver. Among tire ndiills who have been kept in from flu and deep colds are Mrs. c. M. Harwell, Mrs. 0- S. Perkins, Mrs. August Shove, Mrs. l_eo Scluiecfc, Mrs. Bruce Col- Wrt, Mrs. Knrry Miller, Mrs. Brn«le Ivy nnd J, Y. Jones. Mr. and Mrs, C. s. Johnson are the parents of a baby girl Irani at their homo on Wednesday mom- ing. The baby, weighing eight pounds, lias not been named. The Johnsons have two other children, a oirl of eight and a boy of five years. Mr. Johnson Is manager of the Mississippi valley Canning company. Jake Thrallkill is a rmllent in the Baptist Hospital this week. * * I Mrs, Ram Coble has spent the past week in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Moran. Dan Reed, assistant AAA administrator in the Osceola office, is spending the weekend with his parents, in Rosebud. Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. f,. Wecms hove moved to Monette where he will engage in (he lumber business with Ins father, ,1. L. Wcems. 'Mr. Weems has bEen the bookkeeper for the Keiser Implement company in ihls city for several, months. Lou Ellen Stephens, who attends school at Arkansas State College In Joncsboro, was nt home for the weekend. Her mother, Mrs. B. H. Slephejis, drove .to Marked 'j'rec to meet her Friday afternoon. Authur L. Rogers of Jackson, MifS., came up Friday to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hale. Mrs. Rogers, who has been the guesl of her parents for (he past two weeks, will vetuin home with him on Monday. Women get "Build-up" A good way to reliev eperiodic discomfort from fiinclicnal clysmcnor- rijea due to malnutrition, such as headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pain, many women find is by using CARDTJI. It usually sharpens i petite, increases flow of gastric - DUI "- 'or 50 years Buy Voiir AMERICAN BXI'UE MONEY ORDERS at ROISINSON'S Druff Store liquid CAPUDINE fo NEURALGIA NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and denning Service 51 h & Wa In u I Photic SKI Large or Small AI Low Interest Rates We arc equipped la handle larjrc or small loin on any si/.cd (racf of farm laud, al low cost, i" lfl »l a lo» interest rale. TERRY ABSTHACT a REALTY C01PANY Walnut SI. Bb'ihcvilk, Ark, Will Observe Lenten With Special Music Pilgrim Lutheran church will this year again observe tiie Lenten season with special midweek services, the Rev. H. J. Kleindicnst has announced. According to the local pastor, the Lutheran church observes Lent for the purpose of making an intensive study of the Lord's Passion, not as a time of fasting, in view of this, special Lenten broadcasts will be heard over KLCN each Wednesday at 3 p.m. mid church services will "be held on Wednesday evenings at 1:30 'o'clock. Al these evening services -the pastor will spaak on -•'I'assioiyi.por- traits." Each week one of the •1 ^FEBRUARY 5, 1940 f charac.ers who played a proml- i nent role in Ihe Savior's Passion will be portrayed. His topic Wednesday will be; "Judas-the Friend lunied Traitor". A general Invita- lon to the public lias been extended by the pastor. . At The Hospitals Walls hospital Mrs. Arnold Severn stenln «fi mitted. c ' a " Menvia Hughes, Armorcl, admit- Mark Anderson, city, admitted Oscar Farrow, Carutbersvllle, ad- mlltec Meek Height, Steelc, admitted Claude Leslie, Armorel, admitted Ernest Rcbblns, Brag e adocl6, admitted. ^ Mrs. J, j. Hopper, Tyler, admit- Mrs. J. w. Wright, Peering, dismissed. : Oils Bennett, Osccoln, dismissed. Anita Howard, city, dismissed : Biytheville hospital Mrs. Willard Cole, Ploodway ad-' (iiHtcd. ' ^Willnrd Cole, Floodway, admlt- Mavy Jo Cole, Floodway. admitted, Paul Greenwell, city, admitted.'' Mrs. Mamie Taschner, city dismissed. Mrs. Wade Lee, city, dismissed, Mrs.' H. L. Hanley, city, dismissed. - • Russ Rineharl, Steelc, dismissed Mrs. George Matthews, Sixth street dismissed. Memphis Baptist hospital Chester C. Daiiehower Jr., Lux- era, admitted. O. W.Taylor, Arbyrd; admitted. Memphis HIcL«more Clinic Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. G Robbins, Joiner, a son, Memphis Melhodist hospital A. F. 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