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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 11, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FLAPPER FANNY (F(L(Q)W(E(R S(H)OW/ . Social Gtlendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, Siiflbury Psrcut Teacher association, meeting 3:30 o'clock at school. Business Girl's Circle, Woman's Division for Christian service, Hrst Methodist fchiifch, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. li. A. Lynch. M'iss Frances Little entertaining Double O club. Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs, w< W. Sh'nver. Mrs. W. D. Chambiin having Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs.'Jesse Witt entertaining City Contract' club. .Mrs. J. E. Beaslcy havliig Tuesday Afternoon club. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. W. T. •Oberst entertaining Cliarlcvblx chapter. Daughters of American Jievolutloi), one o'clock at Usreytt residence. Order of Enstefii star hnvlng stated meeting, T;30 o'clock at Hall. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James B. Clark entertaining Town farid Country club at two o'clock. Parent /readier association of Sildbury sohool having "Father's Wight," 7:30 o'clock, at school. Mrs. Cjiiinea S. Lemons nnd Mrs.-T..-J. Mahaii eriterlnlnlhs .Chapter D, P. E. O. sisterhood, will) luncheon at Mahaii home. Mrs. W. J. Pollard -enterlalning Wednesday Bridge clvib. Executive board, Junior-Senior high Parent Teacher fissoclalldn, meeting 2:3((-O'clock at school followed by general meeting at three d'clocki , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Young People's cluo, Church of immaculate Concejilion, sponsoring bingo parly, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall Study group of American Association of University Women meet T Ing with Mrs. Jarrics H. Hell, 7:30 o'clock. - Mrs. C. W. Gsrrigaii entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs Hanv W.,HaJn« enlertnln- •Ihg Midweek Bridge club, , Delta Contract cluh tiicclliia with 'Mrs. W. D. McClurkih. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. ' Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford enterlnin- itig Dbuble Four club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting Willi Mrs. Byroii Morse. wqy.-.i-'a •EVtofg Mrs. Louis -Applebaiirn cntcrtnhi- Uig Prltltty Bridge : club. Music depaitment \Vomaii's club, |»iMosl. popular, girls: Mary Jean meeting three o'clock at club house'. Anllt *, Hnra Lou McCutchcii, Ear• neslinc Hnlsell; boys: Mclvln Hal- Ladies' Aiif'\y(n : Have Afcelinfe Toiiiglit er NH 5CB«Ct. IMC. T. M. fl(Q. y, 5. fAT. Qffj- 'By Sylvii "Na\v, I'm hot cnlcrin' it in t)i 0 show—I jtisL don't wftnlsi got shoved lu-dtind in tliis crowd," Mary Jean Afflick, Cooksey Doclsoii • :Lc«d In ScUool WJio's 'Who Honors Returns froni the Who's Who Contest held recently at the. hlgli school acclnhti Mary Jcnn Alflick nml Cooksey DoOsoii the most popular studrnls In high school. Miss Allllck won eight first places, and Sara Loll McOulchen and Mcl- #ln Halsell Were" third with three first places each. . Results of: the contest in first, second and third order follow:. •Most attractive, girls: Mary Jenn Afflic'k, Srira Lou McCutchcii, Marie Abraham, boys: Hugh Hnrbeit. Mclvln Hnlsell, .Mnyfleld "Sonny" special meeting of the Ladles' of Temple Israel will be held the Temple 'tbnight at eight o'clock, Mrs. Morris SIlYerfleld, president of the organization, hns announced. All members arc urged lo nltend sojl, H^igh'HaibMl, Sonny Lloyd. '. Bcst^tuessed, girls: \Sani Lou /i spei-iai meeting of the Ladles' McCittcJien, 'Mnry Jean 'Alfllck; Aid of Temple Israel will be held l i . vile t | «' Tilckci; boys: Mclvln Hal- ill t.lio 'Pfliiin>r> • >>5,,Kl „! ^i_i.i SGlL" -• Pfllll .llln/il/uinorl trn>-i,n>-i Betty llpys: Ohltds. Herbert Neatest, girls: Mnry Jean Af- fllck, Mnry Lynn Jackson, Jetlyo Clnre Ilu'IIhinn; boys: Melvin llal- jin memucrs arc urged lo attend ^"" u «"i"iiinn, uoys: nieivin Hai- the call meeting, Mrs." Silver-field i s0 "' Joc Dlll >' McHaney, rtusscll said. jrnrr. (•roup lo Make study Of Contemporary I'oetry The study group of (he American Association of University Women will meet for the first time Thursday night nl 7:30 o'clock ivilh Mrs James H. Bell. Conleinporary poetry is to bo the subject of the course which will be conducted by Mrs. Farmer England. To Have Ringo 1'arty . A "lucky" bingo parly will bo Prettiest, girls: BarA Lou Mti- Oulclicii* Frances Wade, Mary Jenn ' AM' 1 *- , *fosl tmndsomc, boys; 5'* 1 ' H « rii frt, Mclvln Hnlsell, Joc llly McHllIlc y- Most courteous, girls: Mnry Jenn rich, Marjorlt Perry, Bctly Du- gnh; boys: Bill Chambiin, Clint Wheat, George Hubbard. Best Athlete, girls: Betty Grimes. Betty Brooks Isaacs, Nannie Mae Craig; boys: "Sonnv" Lloyd, Nor" a~ fHivj v*iu m; given Thursday night at eight oclock al/thc- Cntholld Zfall, It was announced lodny. The affair will be under Ihe Hiisplcas of the Yomiit People's club of the Church of Hie Immaculate Conception. * t • To Have Class Party Members of Ihe Gleaners' Sunday school class of tlic First Baptist- church will meet (onlglit at 7-30 o clock- tor R parly at the church ' man bcrt. , "Monk" Mosley, Hugh . Most courteous, girl: Mnrv Jean Affllck, Sara Lou McOiitchcn Dorothy Cross; boys: CookEcv Dod Richard Roberts, Joo Bni Mc- Hnney. Besl. all-'rounrt, elrls: Belly Brooks Isaacs, Mnry Jenn AlTllck. Patricia Wise; boys: Ccokfic-y Dotl- soti, 1st; 'Sonny" Lloyd, and "Monk" Mosley lie; Paul Blackwood. Most friendly, girls: Sara Lou McOutclien, Mary Jean Afflict, Jenn Uourlnnd;. boys: Cookscy bocison, Joe Billy Mcllnncy, lien Sanders. Best cillzen, girls: Mnry Jenn Allllck, Vera Goodrlch, Betty Sa- llbaj boys: Cooksey Dodson, Joc Bill Mcllnney. Russell Fnvr. Quietest, girls: Dorothy Deskln. Dorothy Ons, Betty Storey; boys: Clyde Whistle, Clint Wheat Jake- Darby. . ,'... One that means most io KU-ls: Mnry Jenn AITIIok, ballon,'V '^Ashley; Cooksey IJodsori, Joe Bill hcchnrd Roberts, V- . ; •Most versatile, girls: Jean Bour- Innd, Mary jenn Affllck, Betty Isaacs; toys: Bill Ohamblln, Cook- scy Dort.soh nnd Hugh Harliert and Uon WlUicln'i, He, Russell FRIT. Wittlesl, girls: Hetty Brooks Isaacs, Dorothy Cross, Mildred Mulr nnd June Helnmlller, lie; toys: Paul Ulackwood, Don Wtl- hehn nnd Ben Sanders, lie; Bill Morse. Most talented, girls: Jean Uolir- limd, Betty Hill, Msirjode Stevens; boys: Joc Evrnrtl, Bill Chnnibiin. Billy Schnniek. Dest ilnnccr, girls: Jcnn Bolir- land. Sara Lou McCiitchen, Ernestine Hnlscll; boys: "Sonny" Uoyd, Bill Ohnmblin, Hugh Hn'r- berl. Most helpful, girls: Mnry Jean Affllck, Hetty Sjnllbn, Vcra Good- itch; boys: Cooksey Dodson, Ricn- nrd lioerts, Hugh Harbcrt, Careful driver, girls: Betty Brooks Isaacs, iirst; Msry Jcnn Af- fllck. Kathleen Ashley; boys, Charles Abbott. Jimmy Parks, Lloyd At The Hospitals Uljllicrillc Hospital Mrs. BeMIc Richardson, city admitted. Fred Fotsytho. Tyler, Mo. admitted. Boohcr, Chaflcc, Mo., ad- Mrs. Lee Uefoor. city, admitted: John Buckley, steelc Mo ad- inilled. ' Mo " afl Mrs. Frank Knlj. city, admitted. mwS; T ' ^ E£l;ridgc ' cl * **Lloyd Tlionipson. Mo., dismissed. A. ismiwcd I'orlngcvillc, t and bnby, Mtt, Eric Taylor and baby col- lonwood Point, 'dismissed Charles Watson, Corulhcr.w!ilr Mo., dismissed. ' A. M. VanWinklc, city. diMnUra ' Miss Willie Lawson To Speak Here Wednesday Miss Willie A. Luwson, executive secretary of the Arkansas Education association, will speak here Wednesday at hvo meetings, it wns revealed today when aiinoilncc- nienl wns made of tn-o Parent Teacher association meetings. At the Junior-Senior high p. r. . meeting Wednesday ntlernoon nl three o'clock, she will speak'on the subject of "Youth in This Changing World." Also on the pro- mum will be a piano folo bv Dlllv Schnniek. When (he Sildbury P. T. ,\. hns Its nmiunl "Father's Night" pto- snim Wednesday night' at 7:30 o'clock a I I lip school, Miss Lmv- "on will be (he principal speaker She will discuss "How the School and the Home Can Work Together for the Good of the Community" Miss Nannie Clarke smith, pianist Walls Hospital inltttd HVa Str ° Ud ' Mcm " his ' il(l Peggy Jea,, Lambert, Memphis, admitted. Ruby Dejmcit, stccle, Mo ad- nutted Katheryii Mooney, Doll Uisrniss- ctl. 'Mrs. J. T. slack and baby, Uix- cra, dismissed. Mrs. Hubert Sejmoie and babv city, dismissed. .Memphis Melhodul Hospilal U. E. Old!,, Jr.,, Blythevillc. Annette Whistle, Roselnnd. ... Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. W. H. .Hopper, Catnthcrs- vlllc, Mo. . play a students of , musical number and the school will give folk dances and stings Townsendiles Make Bingo Party Plans flans for a bingo party to be 'Ven April 9 weie n-.tide at a meeting of the Towiiscnd club No Ow., Friday night at the court house. The parly will to m ci^ht o'clock al Ihc. Cnlholic Ilnl), In charge said. Mrs. Harry Ogle read the special llnsh bullelin from Washington, "• C., alter which n clarinet solo «-as given by Betty .leaninc Schca- rcr. Oilier musical inmjbers were a duel by Allecn ant! Billy Dallas, a duet by Joyce Jer,n Keith anil Betty Jeanlnc Schearer and a vlo* lln solo by Aileen Dallas Ramsey Little Rites January 21 Announced CSCEOLA. Ark., Mar. 11.—Mrs. Mnyme Litlle his announced the marriage of her grnnddatlughler. Miss Jacqueline Lltllc, to Thrace Ramsey which was solemnized Jan 21 nt Cniulher.svlllc. Mo. 'I'lic brlrte. who hns been reared In Dlythcvillc nntl Osecoto. i:: ttic daughter of Mrs. Jcihn K. Mnllhrvvc "f Tunica. Miss. She wns Rr:ul- waled last ycar from Ilic school in (his city ivherc slip. h ns lived since her gratidinndirr moved line several years ago. She «-,is iclrctcd honircomli'g (jiiccn for Ihr 1538 nntl 'W school sra.son. She Is Ihc granddaughter of Major c J Liltlc ot Blythevillc. ' ' Mr. Homscy was p.mduatcil from the Osccola high S d l0 ol in IMS Hn entered the University ot Florida at Gainesville, wlicrc he became affiliated with the Alpha Tni Omega fraternity. He Is now with Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers, American t.5aguc! rhib of Brooklyn N. Y.. and Kill | ra vc in April for M'fU'g trainliig. Mr. and Mrs. luiwcy ii rc „( home with the bridegrooms p , u . enls, Mr. ami Mrs. W. on Pecan street. Girls Need "Build-up" Many girls know where lo I urn for help for the headache? ucrv- casnm. cramp-like pain of funr- Kiiral «l»mrii«rrliri» rluc to nmlmi- rilioii. For CAHDUt hns helped Bits of News Mostly Personal* . Mrs. Bob Chiles returned from Kelser Inst night where she had | bpen with her mother, Mrs. c. L. I Nichols, who hud been critically 111. Mrs. Nichols Is better' now. Miss Mildred Lou llubbnrd, ivhu iteiidfl Southwestern college In Memphis, spent Ihc week end here with her parents, Ml 1 , arid Mrs O. O. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hague, ol Jonesboro, spent yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs. B. j. HOD Ian. "Jr. Hague is president of the Ar- nn.ttt.i ulfidloll association. Toler Bucliannh, who has been •orklng in Greenville, Miss,, a;.> Memphis for several months, has returned here to be connected with the local universal Credit com'pnn office. . * E. It. Mason Is able la be om after having Ijncn III For two weeks. Ncal Goodman, of Memphis, spent Die week end here with Mr. 'mil Mis. Samuel F. Norrls. B. J. Hcntoi) Is attending to bds- Iness in Lcticlivlhe mid Manila lo- day. / Bill Nichols of the United Stale Army who has been stationed nt Montgomery, Aln., left today foi Hawaii nftcr having visiled his mother, Mrs. C. I,. Nichols, nt Kelser. He stopped here overnight ivith his sister, Mrs. Harry Woodman, and family and other relatives us he wns en rotile lo Kelsoi- for (he visit, Mrs. '!'. J. Mahnn, Mrs. Byron Morse, and Mrs. Everett B. ui are spending today in Memphis, Mrs. Charles Morchcad hns returned trom Forrest City wher shu hns been with her mothei Mrs. T. If. Lloyd, nnd brothei Tbinniy Lloyd. Mrs. C'.'E. Hiiburn returned liomi yesterday from Memphis where sir underwent iv innjor ojjenitlon nl the Baptist hospital. Mr, niitl Mi.; James GUI arid Mr. Hllburn uvj- lored down for her. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Charles Jr. auc son. Charles III, and Mrs. 'Ten Phillips ure spending today hi Mem phis. They were accompanied Uic-r . by Mrs. Robinson, of Wilso . , Mr. nnd Mis. Meyer Oraber hnv. gone to Rochester, Mlnii,/ whet Mrs. Cirnber will undergo c.xriniiiia- tlqn at Ihc Maya Brothers' cliiii?. rOcne. Hnrg'ctl, who has been ^'wilh the. Toin :>*LiUle Chevrolet company, left Sunday , to accept a position as manager 'of the parts department of Ihe Dixie Chevrolet company at Clnrksdale, *rsco ' Demonstration Club News NolesV Itosless (o lirldgc Cluli Mrs. Raymond Brooks was hostess in her Tuesday Bridge Club nnd one guest, Mrs. Muschell Hamrii, I at her home last week when thc Kt. Patrick motlt was carried out In the decorations. The high score prize went lo Mrs. llarberl Hudgens and scjoirl hish lo Mj'S. Conrad l-'rame. The hostess .served hot pig siiud- Hidics, potato salad, jiennut brittle nnd iced drinks. t.'umllicrsvlllc •Woman Khtcrtains ftotik Club Mrs. I'etc Colemau cnterlainud tlic Sleclc Book Club ut her beau- tllul country home liear Caruth- •jrsvllle Wednesday afternoon when 13 members were present. Mrs. P. F. McOutchen gave a report on the book "The Orcnt Tradition" by Frftncls Parkison Keys which was very much enjoyed. Tile hostess served n salad course. 'Hie llcv. nnd Mrs. H..S. Hollcy and Mrs. Hicillo Slcplicns of this city accompanied by Mrs. W. T. lloiley of Blooinlleld. n Mrs. Carter of Van Buren and n Mrs. Tallcy of I'rcdcrk'ktbwii, Mo., loll the latter part of the week for a week's /Istl In New Orleans. La., where ''iv will attend the C/'ouncll of Ihe Woman's Missionary Society which .s being held there. Mrs. W. II. Bales ol TaiJHn. K-Is visiting her sons, Charles ami Jiibolc Biilcs of Sleele. Andrew Crawford who has been lerlonsly ill the past week nl the .Memphis Methodist H'ospltal, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. James L: Cnssidy •enl lo Van Buren Friday to get ,hc liittcri father, Mr, Johnson >f the Orockelt comtnuiilly, who ad been a patient nt a hospital here the past few weeks. They eturned home Sunday. Mrs. Robert Rushing was a visl- or In Carulhersville and Blylhe- 'Ille Wcdnesdny, Al Jordan of the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company is spending i short v«c(iliou in Big Springs. Texfis, with relatives. Mrs. F;' E. Waters, who has been •onflncd to her bEil Ihe past Ihrcc months by illness, is now nble lo it up a little. P. S. Payne, of the flank of Sleele, hns been confined to his home Ihe past few days with a :evcre case of influenza. Mrs. Kay Jones is returning tonight iifter a week's visit in Cnpc Olrnrdenii with her brother, Elwbod Brown nntl family. Mr.-mid Mrs. Clarence MuColluin nui Carl.Frame spent Tiiesday In Memphis. . Carl i Barrett hns pone to Ft. ilyers, -Pla.j for a brief vacation 'and will accompany Mr. niid Mrs. J. I. Southern lo their home al Stcele nftcr they have spent the winter Ihcrc. John Elmer Workman spent last week In Portagevillc as guest of his grandmother, Mrs. J. N. Barnes. ;• llonacc Lamb of Wnrdell visited iils fntlicr. H. C. Liunb of Cooler.' \tlio has been seriously ill Friday. Mr. Lnmb is slowly improving. The Oosnell Home Demonslra- Ucn club met nl Mrs. F. A. DBii- ncr's home Tuesday for a cover<\ dish lunehcon. After luncheon Mrs A. C. Diiclos, president, presided nntl 2G members answered the ro'll cull by telling whnl she would do for "Better Homes Week." Eue.h member brought falicy work an'c after Ihc meeting n nuiubcr quilted. Mrs. Doiiner .showed a flnisho:! applique butlprfly quill nml Mrs. A. C. Uuclos exhibited n luncheon cloth. Mrs. C. D. Gcan showed a launrtry hn» made In the shape oi a goose. Mrs. Joe Vance Ward Imd oti display a cut work dresser s,-ur(. Mrs. George \v. Blum showctt -n pin cushion nindc with n doll face. Al the next incclhiu each member will bring aprons. The devotional wns given by Mrs. H. F. Temple a.ixl the son» of the monlh was sung. .Severnl" «t (ho chuirmcn have movEd nw«y -ID Ihc president appolnlcd new (•h;iiviiicn and Miss Corn I«e Coleman. home (loiticmstration ngcnt. gavp Ihem literature on their dmics mm in- struclcd them. Mrs. Glmvlir Hyde wii.v nxi; ( vi to br house finnlshiiig ehairiii.iii nnd HIP following chairmen wru- also nppoiulcd: Mrs. lunur mnn- nsenicnt; Mrs. B. S. Crawford landscape:' Mrs. H. u. V:mci»vc garden; Mr.s. F. A. Doiris. foods and nutrition; Miss Coleman save a discussion OH government "and luxation. An exchange of bulbs and seed was arranged for the next meeting. A committee wns named In tneel with Mrs. R. F. Tcmplr ;iti,-l nr- rangc n. program over radio Mat ion Kl.CN. Two mcmlicrs. Mu.. c. n and Mrs. Joe Vance Ward, ;oi'C present. ..The next meeting.will be held al ttic home of Mrs. Roy Cruv.iord Mnrch 1ft. ''bv^ii.m.t';" 1 " " tts llcl!1 "' »»»««»QC« the removal „( limit uj ftlmulatiu;; appetite, in- crensnig now of Bi , s trlc juices nnd! office from (he .*in niinrrii'inc* iiimm>ij^., m._. ; -., -. uc so improving digestion. Tlni- ' P ,.,. V ^. M lul , i nus llianv are assisted to btiiltl physical resistance lo periodic disl'rcxs or CARDUt may help you if taken a few days before and during "the time." Useel by womc*n for over 50 years. lo 107 Second Strccl Attend Vets' Serviice School On Sunday Don Edwards, commander of the Dud Cason post of thei Amerbjn Legion, accompanied by Jamss r. Coston, of Osccola. aiteiiried (tic East Arkansas Service school at Forrest City yesterday. Marvin Harris, of Shcrridaii. slnlc comuumlcr of the Amcrraa Lrjio:; and all (he slate officLTs together with Ihc oflicliil.s of (lip Velcrnns of Administration of Little Hock, and Col. Dodci. manager, and Dr. .Walker, executive officer of the Veteran's Facility in Memphis, were present for the inert Ing. Two From County To Receive Nursing Diplomas Two Mississippi county girls. Miss Merle Michael of this oily and Miss Lcconin House of Dyess. are members of Ihe l<ilo nrailuating class of I lie University of Tennessee. School of Nursiny. They will vecctvc their diplomas nl exercises Monday. Mfuch '3. Ueari (Jcuricr Kws want arts. :" WOMEN Thotnnnda have con^ Pmiling (hrii this •'(ry- • nr timo" l>y Likin?; ' inknstm s— famous • . For Si. Patrick's Day Luncheon- Green Cream of Watercress Delicate, green ami teiidci—a sliamrock mold of whipped ilnic £Cl»llii, cream, egg uliilc-i and pistachio nuls. Green hats and liower- faccd colleens arc plucc favors for your lirldgc luucheun. HV Miis. GAYNOK MADDUX NBA Service Staff Wriirr St. Patrick was a friendly saint. Detler celebrale his birthday with a bridge luncheon. Try this menu: Cream of watercress in cups, broiled . spring chicken, creamed new potatoes with paisley, asparagus with drawn butter-, rolls and iiiint grapefruit ice. CREAM OK WATliHClJESS One bunch fresh nnd pnrfcct watercress, '1 tablespoons butter,- 2 tablespoons flour, ^ teaspoon salt, pepper lo taste. 1 teaspoon minced onion.-2 cups inilk, 2 tcaspooi:.- lc- nioh juice. ' Chop watercress. Cook five minutes in half the bttlter. Melt remaining butter In a double boiler. Stir In flour until smooth, acid salt and pepper. Add onion, then slowly stir m milk. Blend-thoroughly ami took over boiling water until slightly thickened, stirring constantly. Add watercress and butter mixture. Cook for five minutes, covered. Add lemoii jiiice arid serve very hot. MINT GRAPEFRUIT ICE (Serves 4) One teaspoon uiiflavorcd gelatin, 2'/i cups grripcfrviit juice, 'A clip water. 2-3 clip siigar. jieppmninl flavoring, green vcgelablc coloring. Soften the t'chitin in >\ cup of grapefruit jiiice. Combine water and sugar: stir over heat until sunar. is dissolved. Add softened gelatin; stir until dissolved. Combine, wilh grapefruit juice. Add a c'ew drops of peppermint flavoring and .green vegetable coloring 'lo make a delicate green. Pour" into trap of automatic refrigerator, set (he cold 'control at the coldest- point, and freeee until firm To serve, pile into grapefruit shells or tall stemmed glasses. Osceola Society—Pei-sonal , Alfend VVeddlii*. Mr. and Mrs. John Biuford White, Mr. and Mrs. Ciodfl-eji White p.nd daughter, Ann Conway White;Mrs. George Adams and daughter, Jane Adanls. went lo Lifllc Rock Saturday /or (lie wedding of Miss Eleailor Andrews, sister of Mrs. John Biuford White, lo Dr. Lee Guedrlcli Bewail of that city. Mrs. White wns matron of honor for her sislcr. s t * Taken In ItiisplUils. Mrs. E. R. KM was taken to the Methodist hospital Thursday for an opsrntlon for appendicitis. She was opemlcd upon Friday morning am! is Impl-ov'lrig hicely in-, lield accomjifuiled her. Mrs. E. A. Tcrifdrd was taken to the Methodist hospital Saturday nfglit, for diagnosis • and treatment and a probable operation for appehdlcilis: Htr son, Edward Teatofd (md wife, accompanied her to the hospital and remained over until' Sunday afternoon, ! t * * Miss Catherine Harwell left Saturday irior'iilrig for Salein, III., where .she will be the guest ol Mlis Charlolle Hoil for several 'days. . Miss Beatrice. lloso spent this weekend with her' parent^ Mr. and Mrs. E: D. Rose. Miss Hose leaches at Yarln'O: Dr..and Mrs. C. M: Harwell returned Saturday night frofft a two weeks vacation-trip to • Florida ami Hie island 6t Nnsstia, '> Mrs. Mollie Alexander Succumbs At Age Of 64 OSCEOLA. Ark., March 11.—Fu- nerhl services for Mrs. Mollie Louclla 1 Alexander. 64, who died at her home west ol Osceola Saturday afternoon, were field at Bassett Sunday afternoon with burial in the Bnsselt cemetery, services wcr conducted by the Rev. Harold B. 'Human, |>astor of tliu Qcceoln U«p- tist church, assisted by (he Rev I-. J. Smith of Keiser. Mrs. Alexander had 'been in ill health for several monthsibiit grew considerably worse on Friday. Born in Alabama, she had lived here nbcut five years. She leaves seven children: Roy and Alvln Alexander of Osceola; Mrs. Lula Mnc Owens of Texar- knna; Mrs, Cora Morgan of Kei- scr; Talmiulge Alexander of Cali- A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Crcqmulsioii relieves promptly be- causc il goes right to the seat of tho trouble to loosen germ laden phlem, increase secretion and aid nature to soothe nnd heal raw, lender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No mailer how many medicines you have tried, tell your dniggist to sell you n bottle of Creomiilsion with the understanding that you are lo like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Jorrila; Mrs. Pearl Burnett of Alabama; Mrs, Velvin Brisle of CJin- lon, Arkansas. Travis Funeral Home charge ol arrangement^'. was Preliminary estimates on Ihe stale gasoline taxes paid by inotd'r- isis dnriiie 1038 were $815,000,000. Federal gasoline taxes were estimated at 5215,000,000. Trj- One of Our Delicious , PIG . SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From Uij)] School Washer Need Tuning Up? .HIST GIVE US A CALI; FOR KXPERT WASHING MACHINE SERVICE —All Makes— PHONE 233 We have secured Ihc services of Mr. Phillip Fric. a factory (rained Maying Service Man HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Service On All Makes Kailins—Refrigerators 200 W. Main i'honc 233 During .1939, Recording •'to -records of Ihe ij. S. Bureau of Public Roads, • more Ihiin 17,000 nillcs .D( highway of all lypc-s were com'-, picteil. '" . WHElOTCOiD THREATENS YOU DO THIS To iie'p. prevent colds dcvelopina, use this special- izcd rjied!ca"tion at first warning _ sniffle: or,sneeze. VA-TRO-MOL , Biiy Your AMERICAN. 'EXPRESS' MONEY ORDERS al - • '':,'• ROBINSON'S» i i Drug: Store. Sign the New Register attheRitz LAST TIMES-TODAY innoniiciny linnil IroViWcs. ~Ttr~ii' LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VtflETABtE COMPOUND WITH THE WfNB WHAT OUR BURIAL POLICY DOES FOR YOU ... j ft (riini-iinlccs burial j proU'clioi) for your fam-l ily with one of Bl.vllic-; villo's host citui|)|)C(l fii-; ni'i'.'il lioiiios, \vhorc dig-' Jiiticd service is the rule.! Call us tor details ol" (his policy. HOLT FUNERAL HOME Phone 30 Starting TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 26TH —ONI'} WEKK OiNI.Y— Mail Orders Noiv Accepted Include rclf addressed stamped envelope with postal monry order or cashier's check for prompt delivery Personal checks iiot accepted. SKATS ON SAJ..B iMAKCU HUh While this cngRgctncnt Is limited thte picture will not bi- slmv.ii anywhere except at advance prices . . At least not unlil 1041. Ni;;lil .Slions (9 p.m.) «H SMls liesrn-ctl 51.12 hie* ta.v Sunday Mat. Ci p.m.) All Srals llcjcrvcd Si.('i Inc. '•"' U'tekday Jlafs. Contimlaiis Xot Reserved Toe iucl. «*x TfJES., WED. &THUUS: ITuds. nol rat iwy ihis wtck)' ,4 ky Hvnl t>ir«tM ty king VlJ Selected shorls. Coming Tuesday. March ^G For a Wcc'k's Run 1'GQNB WITH THK WIND ROXY KIT, .'TONIGHT. ONLY Beautiful, Colored Travelogue of Finland with Talk hy CanOcii! Cook . Vamuq.v i.cclurcr aiiil'Traveler .'• also • Kali' Ilaapkyla in'.N'a'livc Cosluriics - .,: WEI)., & TUUKS. • f«mo1» Fwy Flamttl COnVJCTED womfln * c o i'u M ( i A-• r i c 7 u « Selected shorts. " . 11:00 USTEN TO. K.LCN a,tn.~l2i45 p,rn. — 4i3 Phene RHt kit '• Phone

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