The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 23, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social, Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs. L. E, Old entertaining V/ednesday Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY - C0r«. ISW BY MA {tuvitl. Me, T. M. Rt0. V. S. KT, Off.. By Sylvit Worthington-Caiiton Bridal Plans Announced Miss Thelnm Worlhlnglon, whose marriage to Hermon Canton March 4 will be ol much interest In this section, has announcer! plans lor the wedding, which will be solemnized at the First Presbyterian Church, at four o'clock In lite al- ternoon, by' the Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor. Mrs. James O. Tompkins of Memphis, will be matron of honor; Miss Mtuirine Branson of Blytnevlllc will be bridesmaid and Mnry Jonn Gibson, daughter ol Mr. wid Mrs. C. A, Gibson of Little Hock, wilt be junior Bridesmaid. Mr, Carlton will have Ms brother, Charles Hill Carlton of Vicki- biirg, Miss., for best man. Ushers will be Jim P. Tompkins of Blyihe- vilie nnd Mtllard Tompklivs of Osceola, his cousins, Vim Elliott of Osceola and R. W. Sclirocder 01 Blytheville. The bnde will be given in marriage by her father, Kay Worthlng- lon. A program of nuptial music wilt be given by Mrs. Murray Smart, organist, and Mrs. Paul U Tipton, soloist. A reception for members of the families and out of to™ guosit will be given nl the Worthlngton home following the rites. * * * Tea and Bridge Honor Miss Thelnm Worthingtou Miss Tiielma Worthington, bride- elect of Harmon- Carlton, who Is being entertained at a series ol pre-nuptial parties, was complimented last night with n bridge shower given by Miss Jeanne Harrison and Miss Louise Dobyns, and hns gone to Memphis today for 3 tea to be given this afternoon by Mrs. James C. Tompkins, who will be matron of honor in her wedding. Twenty guests were enterlnlned last night in the Hnrrison's suburban home. Pastel colors In the decorations with' pink, blue nnd white predominant set the spring motif for the parly. Bouquets of snapdragons, tulips, sweet pens, and acacia were arranged aoout the sun room niul living room where the games were played. In. the dining room, where the gifts we.rc arranged on the.ta- ble; wa& ,a b o'u q il c t of ^ pink and white carnations nnd Japanese irises.flanked by white tapers.- The guest of honor wns presented a gift of crystal ash trays b.v her hostesses. To this gilt was attached a ribbon which led her lo the other presents. Mrs. IJIxie Crawford received high score prize and Miss Doris Hay Dobyns, low score prize In the bridge games. Mrs. E. B. Thomas was presented a gift for holding the marked tally. A salad plate in which the Inree colors were again emphasized was served at the conclusion of Uic games. Miss Worlhlnglon, her mother, Mrs. Ray Worthington, nnd Miss Maurine Branson, who is to be bridesmaid in her wedding, went to Memphis this morning for the tea which Is lo be from 3 ( until 5:30 o'clock. Mrs. Tampkiiis' home is lo be decorated with spring flowers. The tea table, covered iviih an antique lace cloth, will have a centerpiece of jonquils, sweat William, snapdragons and narcissuses in a crystal bowl. Llghl green tapers In crystal holders will illuminate HIE laole. Mrs. Fountain Ivy of Hickory Withe, Tenn., and Mrs. KaUicrinc Heames o! Hughes, aunts of Mrs. Tompkins, will preside over the lea table. Ml Club Members Attend Bridge Party All the members of the Thursday Contract club attended the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. G. G. Caudill nt her home. Quests were seated at the dining table which had a ccnicrplecc ol spring flowers. In the bric^e games which followed lunch, Mrs. Carroll Blake. nio/e received high score prize. llrldge Tarty Given I'or Clubs Yesterday : Members of the Delta Contrnrt club and the Thursday Afternoon club were entertained fl (. n bncig, party yesterday at thr- home of Mrs Roscoe Crofton. Tlie patriotic rc,1, white and blue colors were seen in the Gcoige Washington decoration.';. Tallies were designed with flags and (he three colors were also been in Ihe ;.alad plate served after the games Ivy and boughs, of greenery formed the background for the parly. Hurricane lamps were present;* Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr:. (or iiigi worcr among the Thursday Alicr noon club members, while Mrs Fred V. Rutherford received a ens, tal-clip for high in the other cfub Miss Zola Craflon was a guest o Mrs, Craflon for the tea hour. - 1 • » • » f'llll) tlosl«*,ss Uounrs Member of IJridsc Group Mrs.-John. Faulkner, who yesterday afternoon WHS hostess lo'mem- bers' of the Thursday Dessert: club .- at her home, had a birthday party lor Mrs. G. D. Hammock, a member of Ihe group. Tallies, glfl packages and the dessert course, carried out the, pink and blue scheme of-the party. Tlio "And when they were engaged, lie gave her the loveliest old ring—a perfectly huge diamond with n cut-so on it." birthday cake decorated In the two colors was served with ice cream uid coffee. High .score prize went to Mrs. B. p. Bro?don Jr., mid low .score prize to Mrs. Hammock, who was also presented a birthday p,lfi b.v her hostess. C.'tusscs Ifnvc I'arty Fifty members of the young Married People and Young People's Sunday school classes of the Church of Christ were entertained .it a party nt the Woman's club .ast night. Mrs. Jicnnlc Cook, who was In charge of tlie arrangements, and Miss Clara Ruble acted as hostesses or the affair. Refreshments of sandwiches urn! joffeu ivcro served nftcr games had jccn played. Arr Guests q[ CJlub sts q[ Bils of News Mostly Personals ',, W ? l '^ knm i' am ' Mrs. IV. JJ. Fiillerlon of Duwson Springs, Ky., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. U. S. Branson, nnd family. Mr, and Mrs. W. L. llorncr and son, Jack, nnd Miss Nannie Clarke Sniiili will spend Ihe week end In Whcnlloy with Mrs. Homer nnd Miss Smith's parents, Mrs. J. \v. Parker is able to be out after having been 111 of influenza. Mr. and Mrs, Matt Monaghnn Jr. nnd daughters, Rosemary and Barbara, went to Memphis today, jvhcrc Mrs. Moiuighan will.enter Methodist'hospital for n 'minor Osccola Society — Personal t'ali-iiry Auxiliary Meets. Potted primroses and other greenery were used In the living rooms of Uie J. II. Loyewcll home for the luncheon meeting of Ire Culvnry Episcopal Auxiliary Mon| day afternoon. An arrangement of fruit centered the lace-covered ta- I Me where all tlic guests were seated, Mrs. C. A. Davis gave H report I of the mil annual convention of the Women's Auxiliaries of Che diocese of Arkansas recently held in Fort Smith. Plans were discussed by Ihe finance committee composed of Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. 6. L. Gladlsh and Mrs. !•', p. Jacobs;, for iin npron sole and nn Easier fcoil market to be held later In the Spring. Following luncheon and a brief business session, (lie members spent the afternoon In making hospital shrils lo be scut the American Red Cross for shipment to Finland. The next meeting will be In the home of Mrs. W. B, Hunt on Mhrch fourth. Mfllinillsl Society Meets. The life and work of Young J. Allen, missionary statesman lo Chlnn, was studied nl the meeting of the Methodist Missionary Society this week under the dlreclior of Mrs. Paul Galloway with various periods of his life told by Mrs. John, W. Edrlngton, Mrs. W. B Mrs. p. Fred Taylor, Jr. Mrs. Taylor also gave, a report of the re- Flannigim, Mis. P. J. Scmmcs, and cent /one meeting held In Blytheville. Mrs. G. n. Scgrnves, president Mrs. C. Hartsil! Banks, Mrs. Pau Galloway were named delegates to attend the district meeting of missionary .societies In Comvny March 21-28. Circle "A" will meet next Monday with Mrs. J. L. Glascoe will' Mrs. Will Coats, Mrs. Kate Chlseii- \lrs. William Cordcr'wcrc guests of [operation. Mrs. Monagha Mrs. lommle Tlpton yesterday af-1 in (hc ], OS)) i[ n i , m |||- w she cnlortaincd , but Ihe others will return Sunday Ann Tlrirlo,* nil,,. ..,..,.. J when of the ADO Uridae club vith a party al the home of Airs. i". L. Aslieraft. Refreshments were sowed at the :oncluslmi of the gnnics in which Wednesday.' night. The Rev. nnd George W. ,lrs. Harold Schnce was high corer among the club members and Mrs. Wetenknmp, among (ha guests. Vlilton Sternbcrg, Bride Return From Honeymoon Mr. nnd Airs. Milton Slernberfi returned yesterday afternoon from Memphis where " they hiul been loneymoonlng since their marriage Tuesday night. Mrs. Sternhcrg Is he former Mrs. Luln Sellers, of Ills city. The wedding was solemnized In .Vest Memphis, Tern. Mrs. O. E. Coulter, sister of Mr. Sternbcrg, mompanicd them lo West Mems where they were Joined by a liirty of friends tiom Memphis. Following the ceremony, a parly »'as given for 18 Eueste at the Hotel pcnbody In Memphis in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sternbcrg. Mrs. RtcrnbCTB c.ime here from Oklahoma City. She Is owner and nanagcr of Ihe Blythevtlle Baking Company. Mr. Sternbcrg. who has resided here for a nimibor of years, owns the Sternbcrg Garage. They fire residing nt Mrs. Sternberg's home on Highway 18. Two One-Acl Plays To Be Presented Pylcs, of Soarey. crime, yesterday afternoon lo spend the, night here with Mrs. A. M. liutl. They were en route home froin Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nlcol and daughter, Jane Annls, have gone to Little Rock to spend the week end with their parents. Mrs. s. S. Steinberg returned yesterday from Memphis where she has been with her son, Harold, who arrived there Wednesday to be a patient at Campbell's clinic. II is expected (hat Mr. Slcrnbcrg, who had several verlcbrac In ills buck fractured In a recent accident while vacationing in Mexico, will be able lo return to Dallas In a short time where he nm) his bride, the former Miss Mlrlinn Mayer, will spend some lime before coming to Memphis to live. Mr. ,3leriiberg - s condition is very send. John F'. Rctnmiller (s attending to business In Little Rorfc loday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips anil Mrs. n. p. Klr.shncr are spending loday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Eel James. Mrs. Harry W. lluini'S and H. J. Allen motored the Junior high school basketball players to Jones- l;oro hist night for tile aamc.5. Players who wont were Marry Hnines Jr., Vcrnon Hoiichlns. Harold Thompson. Jimmic Allen, Hugh i Dozler, T. II. Curnway. L, E. iSlsflord, Ira Uimbrrt. Mrs. James I remained in Jonesboro for Ihe weekend. Mrs. a. A. Merrill returned Tuesday Irom Tulsii. okM.. where she ccndur.tcd a religious meeting. 'J. Kcerayes, who wns scheduled to cad the program, Mrs. j. jj. Jiunn comiueUd the meeting and pro- grain. "Puerto Rico, Watchdog of the Caribbean" was discussed by MrB. W. D. Colbert. She told of the new naval and air base under conslruc- ;lon b.v tlie U. S, government on the Island; It's culture, history, iroducts, and . increasing Import- •UICT due to its proximity to the i'liminm Cunal. 'Hie Island of Bermuda was Uis- Hayti Society—Personal cusswl by Mrs. E. Members responded M. Wclcher. to roll call wlili a product. Imported from Ihe Central American countries, + • • Kiislrrn Star iMeels. Mr. and Mrs. James Woodard unit Mrs. OIllo WIHInms , were rc,- ci'lml into the Osecola chapter number 425, Older of Eastern Slur nl Ibelr stated meeting this week. Mrs. V. O. Dandy, past worthy liuilrnn, presided in the absence ul Mrs. T. E. Bchooler, who is III of Influenza at, the home ol Mrs. E. It. Stephens, Kc-d roses combined with 'he dinpter colors of blue and white lor this year were used In the chapter rooms. Other features In the decorations nnd menu were of George Washington's olrtlulay. A large birthday cake, n basket of fruit and other Rifts from the chapter were taken Mrs. Schooler nfter (he mcelliiff nnd iin Informal shower held In honor of Jirr birthday. Guests from ter were Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ford, Mrs. J. 13. Wilson and Mrs. T. P. Wlllctt. ley, Warren Ray, Ed Gotchcr, Miiicd. Dora Maycs and Ada Lefler. Miss Jewel Alsiip,"wlio~ls 'working nl Chaffee spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alsup. Sunday she attended the funeral of J. S. Wahl, I Ml '- nnil Mrs. Shelby Adams and Misses Edna and Anna Mae children drove to Braggadocio Sat- Kliouric were hostesses to the urday nncl visllcd Mrs. Adams' young Women's Auxiliary and their Parents, Mr. anti Mrs. Tom Wal- SundBy School class of the Bap- drop. They were accompanied home list cliurcli at flielr homo Tuesday b )' Mre, Adams sister, Mrs. Fred evening, During Hie business meet- Tun-ell and Mr. Tun-el, who spent Ing the following officers were tlic weekend in Ihe Adam's home, elected for Y. W. A. and Sunday j Mrs. Buster Hew ot Dry Bayou School: Miss Belly Ann GcUlngs, was here Saturday visiting her hus- presldenl; Miss Edna Khourle, vice- bawl, who Is ill al the Coolcy Ho- prcsidcnt; Miss Hattle Lois Ran- , lcl - <tolph, secretary and treasurer; Miss Mildred, second-vice president; Miss. Anna Mac Kliouric,' City where she attended program chairman; Miss Connie, Bookkeeping school S: IC l., C !^.r!. M* <»><< M«. Mack MO* Monday for a montl tlie Wilson chap- Divlg'hl H. Blackwood is in Littte tech llili week on business. Memphis visitors Wednesday were Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., Mrs. Roy Dllliird, Mrs. Guy Driver. Hurry Matlock and Miss Edna Ayrcs spehl Tuesday night in Sikcston, Mo., us guests of Mr. ami Mrs, John H. Donaldson, returning Wednesday morning, Mrs. Donaldson Is the former Miss Jane to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2V 10-10• Red Cross Members To Attend Conference Several members from the local chapter of the Red Cross aro expected to attend the Red Cross district disaster conference lo be conduclcd In Jo.-icsboro Tuesday at the Hotel Noble The meeting will begin at ten o'clock and be adjourned at four Lunch .will be served at I2:i& o'clock. The main address will lie given by Albert Evans, of si. Louts, na, tional disaster representative of the mtd-wrstcri) branch of tlic American Red Cross, Other speakers will be as follows: Mrs. j. jj. Liglu returned home E. s. Dudley, area supervisor dls- biuurdny evening from Kansas trlct No. One. WPA; IX B, Aycock ap])olntcd captains ot man. dolpli the Sunday Scliool Class and Y. W. A. Tlic next meeting will be nl the home of Miss Betty GetthiKs, March 12. Miss Anna, Mac Kliouric was leader of the program "I Built My House of Life." Miss Randolph had charge of the devotional using as her theme I Cor. 13. Miss Randolph also discussed the topic "Can I Worship Through Music?" "My Life and Tlie Training School" by Connie McElyca; "East Side ol Faith —West Side of Hope" Khourle "The Love," Wanda North Mills; by Edna Shall Be "The Ron- fund Dedication of the House," by Wnnda Mills. Edna Khourle closed the meeting with prayer. The hostesses served delightful refreshment:;. Mrs. Ola Slanfll spent Ihe weekend in Kennetl with her son, Charles Slanfll, and Mrs. Standl. Ed and Elton Ball of Wesl Memphis wore here Tuesday attending lo business and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. R-. Pinkston and children drove to Holland Sunday j and visited Mr. Pinkston's father, president of the Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce; Robert C. Mac- 1 nnbb, district scout executive; Col. Elgin C. Robinson, commander' of the 205lh Coast Artillery at Mari, anna; the Rev. Galloway of Osce- Mrs. Harry GeUings it In Rolla ola ' rtlsll ' lcl chairman; John II. Mo., receiving medical treatment ' i ™' c "' co •**•• chairman of pulaski F. E. Thompson of Mlanta? G'RjfZ'V 1 ' 11 '^: E ' "' TUlUe o( was here .Friday attending lo bus-, Ut 'f "°* «^ to be spent In California and points In the west. fncss and visiting friends. Anyone who Is Interested In go- Miss Nettie Reeves, who Is teach- I !!i B ° r k . Rblc to , "? kc » c * r loa " hig at Warden was here Saturday ^'"- ^ M " Sked to , ca11 Mrs ' visiting relatives and friends I, Biadsher. executive secrc- Mmes. M. E. Notgrass, Jessie ' ^: ,'" ° r ,f r lllftt ' n"W>8WttcnlB Miss Viola Hmikins ami lnay I)L '""' l!: drove to Mem-1 Federal aid for highway Improve- and paw ' Gone With ment and elimination of railroad grade-crossing hazards In the son, Edward,! amount of $15G.OQO.QOO has been sp- 'J'liursclay. I propriatcd among flje 4B states the Warren of Distrlcl of Columbia, Hawaii ami were here Puerto Rico, and a iri,™. . V ° Wciilhcrsby, who was married —, „ .,„-,, Mr. Donaldson on Jan. 31. I Rc .;' J ' L ' P»*ston ami amily Godfrey While and Guy Driver Vc ">°" Bro ™ of Poplar Bluff motor trip to Miami antl «*!*«?.»•«* ««" > e ™ m i" " ls Jirs. Margaret Madden, ibley, Mary Shlblcy and daughter, Ellzu- hnll and Mrs. R. N. Marshall , as j co-hostesses; Circle "B" with Mrs. Pnlnier Stanton, and circle "C" with Mrs. John W. Edrlngton. • corner,'S^Elerr^id^ «««•. of New Madrid, and Mrs. af Little Rock, have relumed to their home after spending several ilays liere as guests of another Daughter, Mrs. John Binford White innd Mr. White. Miss Mnry Brown, Western Union operator at the Onccoln office, gone to Paragould to substitute lor Ihe Baptist • Circles Meet. i Fi Paragoulcl in operator it;» nu-ci i lietause ol illness in his home; Filly-one mcmbers'and guesls'ol iM'ss •'[>'« RoVierts' of ChilHcntlie, the Woman's Missionary -Union oUMo;,, is, supplying In /he Osccoln the Baptist church hearrt/mlsceI T l«.f",c« . "'.""'"S . ller . nb ?' laneoug programs In-Ihe liomcs oi'j-J'.' n Wrifht, Mrs. D. M. Moore. Mrs. D. A'.'Sller, Mrs. Jettle Driver and Mrs. A. U Boycc this week. California first hi Auttis .-SAN FRANCISCO (OP)--Officinl mOthor III serving. Mrs. E. D. Rose wiju'tn chaite of tlie program on Oliytsilnu Education at circle one, sliklylng Baptist schools, colleges, universities, nnd 'seminaries. ' ' Mrs. K. R. Reid, chairman of circle tivd, led the program at her circle which was compiled from recent, issues of Ihe Arkansas Baptist and Home Missions. Mrs. Jake Thrallklll will be %cslcss to Ibis circle for the March meeting.. A miscellaneous program containing doctrinal teachings, pcrsonul service, and .sermon reviews was iirraiigcil and led by Mrs. Frank Williams at circle three In the horns of Mrs. Jeltic Driver. Mrs. E. L. Tnlllafeno was a visitor. Fourteen members of circle I»«r heard Mrs. I. S. Burton give the devotional nnd Mrs. C. M. Horton lead the program on Love, in Mvs. B. E. Moorp, Mrs. A. L. Boyc-e, Mrs. William StcwavU Mrs. Lucille Cos and Miss Cora Hogan had iv psvrt. Mrs. Charles Williams was a guest. . Mrs. Homer Quinn wns elected j secretary of tlie circle, Ost'cola-l.i)\nr;i-151,vtbcvllle Club Meets. Mr. and Mrs. DwiglH, 11. Uluck- wood were hosts lo four tables of I li e. Osccola - Luxora - Blythcvlllc NlElil Bridge club In their home Tuesday night when George Washington tnlllcs ami decorative suggestions were used. Soap was presented Mrs, 1, W. Wallers for high score amoiiK Ihe women, ami a tic to Jesse. Orown of l.nxorn for high score unions; thp men. Mrs. Jettle Driver assliteii her /encr. Mrs substituted !«'« flays "until Ml-w Roberts' arriviil Wednesday. Mrs. J. F. Tompkins ol Bur- dclte, rvccoiupanled by lir-r Riiost, iMrs. A. Miller Todd of Vlrk.sburg, Miss., silent Tuesday as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Tompkins. r John W. Meyer nnd A. D. White- iitad, connected with the county employment bureau at Blytheville, were business visitors In Osccola Monday. , . { .The Rev. Harold' B. 'Hitman spent three day&.<(rtls week attending flic Ministerial Conference al Paragould. held for ministers and religious workers of northeast k'a lisas. Memphis visitors Tuesday were the Rev. Paul Galloway and Scav- cy Mears. I'ortngevilln, were here Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khouiic. In the evening the Khouric's drove to Caruthersville and visited Mrs. Wade Hnmrn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jay O'Conner and son Rodney of Lilbourn were here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Allen. Mrs. Rodney Brasher and daughter. Billy, wciiil to Steele Sunday. Rev. ,J. K. Scale of Hazlchurst. Miss., began » revlviil'. meeting nt Uie Ffoliness church, here Saturday evening. Rev. Alfred Downs, pas- lor of Hie church fays there will te services each evening nnri Ihe meeting will continue indefinitely. Edgar Fowler of Naytor, Mo., was here Saturday visiting his sister, Mrs. Opie Shepherd. Tho following Ilaytinns attended the funernl of J. S. Wahl at, Cnr- uthei-sville Sunday: Messrs, Ollie Cln'sin, M. Frye. UHher Sullivan Owen AlkliHon, Ernest IjCfler, Leon Chism, L. C. Averill, L. B. Jcniigan, Leonard Harder. Joe Kolin, M. E. Nolgraw, Seal) Sexton, Blair Biick- Colori'd bicncl to uiatcli the decorative scheme of the dining room • is sold In Spoknne, Wnsh. 1 Try One of Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Oie Hickory Inn Across From High School Tiro one-net, plays under the direction of Mrs. Chaile.s Morehead j will bo presented al the. high j school auditorium al eight o'clock ( Monday lilglil. | "Four An A Heath", n gvoletrjue' r\itfoini 1 M n i! H f ' n SVnumerous nh""odrS! '' '""' l " 1839 ^ "" """"I 0^ s 'of °'Central "Lorica reVnJ^m v ^,>i 'v!, i i' 11 lls m "*^n- ot regislcrcd motor 1 were studied al, tlic meeting of the mer me coumij, ami . »nisinooin», vehicles. The total was 2.TO.G8R.| Lltemry Department of trie cwr> an increase of 105,%5 over Ifl38. | ola ProgresEivc Club In'lhr home of Mrs. R. C. Bryan this week. ) Die bill tor tlie night. Proceeds from Ihe affair will be used to send students lo Fnyctle- viilc to participate in tlic state high sc'nool play contest in the sprint' In tiic cast of the fantasy air Rill Morse. Allen ftlrr. George Hi;bbnrd and Jack Bishop. Tlie second show lui.s the following cast: Mii.s Mary Jcisn Afllick. Miss June Rcininlllcr. Mlt-s Jeanne Oarlock. Miss Dorothy Cross. Miss Hetty Jean HID. and Miss Jcttyc Claire Huflmnn. Rend Courier N'eivs a-snt. arts ! Owing to tile absence of Mis. o. ApriroKimalcly 110 out of every HJOO babies born In Italy <lurli'i|< 1937 died in tlic yc:ir ol lite. —^PRESCRIPTIONS^ Safe - - Accurate Your PrescrlplloH Drufglst Fowler Drug Co, Main & fitsl J'hoiic 141 Reopening Friday BtLLIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 102 XiH-lli SccoiHl Newly ri'iuocleled and rt-decoriiU'd, and liclli-s- c(|iii\)|)fd to serve yntir licauty needs. Talcnlvil " IMIOXIC •>]•) TOR Al'l'OlNTMKNTS Mrs. Jack .MeCo.v & Mrs. Kugcite I!ro\vn Operators Fine GIFTS for every important- occasion! W EDDINGS and other events tluit , :a )i for really nice- g i f I s mean shopping at (luard's. We have ;i|)i)fO)ii'ialo <ji/ls for birtlidays, showci'iS, weddings, and iiiimvcr.sHrie*;, in fad, every occasion where n J;i.s(i])jr i-einem- hi'aiK'c is desired. With tlio .vo.i.son O f spring approacliiiifj wo suggcsl some nf (lie I'oT- gift ideas : Fostoria Giasswurc Sterling Silverware Patterns in Fine China . (spn-inl onlorM Mr/ selection of II allow Silver Pieces lioth Slcrliiiff ami I'l.Krd. JKWISLRY- & OPTICAL STOtlE Mil Mills W, A.- McLean of Memphis was a Inytl business visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Murrel "Bo" Chism lave moved into an apartment in ' he D. B. Hayes home. Miss Lucille Johnson spent the veckencl In Memphis with friends. Miss Pauline Byers of Poplar I Bluff was here Friday visiting. Tin! first professional football match lo be held in the United States was at Latrobe, Pa., in 1895, with Latrobe playing against Jean- The side panc^describing Durkw's MARGARINE BUYERS! 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