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PAGE BI,yT#EyiLjUB. (AlljK.j. COURIER, NliWS i . / .COURIER , ^C<H«l,FJ$IENXARy 'fIC.KET ; This Ticket Will AdinH Joe Crosscr k ' Companion . '" CaiulherMill*, Kt. Y ' ' ' -iV (he- RITZ.THEATER I'KENXUCCKY" 4 Socid ,Calendar •TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. F. -Tucker mid Mrs. W. A Afflict entertaining Daughters of American Revolution, one o'clock, at Hotel Noble. Mrs'. Jesse Taylor entcrtahuig Young Ma lion's Bridge cluu, Tuesday Contract club .with 1 Mrs. . John .O. MoHaney. Business Women's circle, VV<H»mi's Misslpnary society First Mcth- odist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. fiheldon Hall entertaining Bi -Monthly. Luncheon .dub. ' Wednesday Contract club meeting, with Mis. H. A. Taylor. Mrs. O.'.O. Langston having Toivii and Country Olub THURSDAY'S ; -EVENTS Altar society, .Church of the Immaculate Conception, lug bingo party, eight o'clock, nt Catholic Hall Mrs Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday' Contract club meeting .with: Mrs. 'P. B. Joyner. 'Thursday .Aft Briioqn .club meeting with Mrs. '.Eddie Rcgeiiolrt. Mrs. M. T. Burr having Double Four Blrdge club. Oscccla, Joh)) Ben Romar, Hennoii CiirJ(pi), i,eo yntzcnfcli, Members' of the committee In charge of arrangements for the ''?.nce were Ellis Snipes, Mrs. Tom Phillips, J. W. Adams,' Mrs, Carlton Smith 'Jr., nnd Mrs. James Terry. Kiiferlaln Sutwr i\t Hrlclgc- r.iiiic Mrs. Sheldon Hall and Mis. T. K. Mnhau entertained 28 Saturday ixftcrnppn for a . . guests bridge .unclicon at the Mahnn'home. Miss Shirley Arnold, libtucguesl at Mr. and Mrs. Hull, ivns guest of honor U the party. Amoiirj ti.ic bouquets of (lowers raiiBC/l iiliout the' cntortainlng rooms was a blue bowl of regal HJes, Nasturtiums formed ^lic centerpieces 'of Ihe small ..tables at which lunch was served," while other cut' flowers used included brown eyed Susans, roses and. lardcnlns. Mrs. Charles L. Wylle, high scorer In tl|e bridge games wlilch followed, was presented' n beverage set. and Mrs. LoyMvcJcli, who was' second high, was given n vase. Linen handkerchiefs were presented Miss Arnold for low score piine. • • V - - ' Officers Arc Klcdcil Miss Mary Alice Saiy was'elect-' cd president of the Seventeen year old class of the Young -People's department; First Baptist church,at a meeting of tlic group yesterday/ IJits of Nevvg Mostly ;P.e;spnal» Car) Tlpjlon i;j, son of Mr. ni|d Mrs. Jnck • Tiplon of Manila, was brought lo the Walls hospital yesterday after hrtvliig ' b.econ\e .rjuHo ill of pneumonia, lie was dismissed the summer, vucaypp .lierc w'H'lrhls parents, Mr. and Mra. U. S. 'Branson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eliicii Huffman left Saturday night for Bollgcc Ala., to visit Mr. Jjuffman's aunt' Mis, N. O. Lycll, and Mr. byell, They plan to lie EOIIC a week. While they ure away, Mrs. Hulfman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Dolan and. sister, Miss Maigiiorite, all of Memphis, will omijiy Hie Hurttnnu home. Henry Shnon, of Houston, and from the same hospital only n wl " Hodgson Jr., of New Orleans, week BBO after undergoing an op-, lmve "r.rivcd for n visit with their crutlon ..for ujiiieiidlcltis. " " Mrs. V. P. Holt nnd children, Groin Lynn ,nnd Ella Janet, of aunt., Mrs. c. Mocilnger, and family. Mis. H. !j. Gallics and Iwp Tallulah, LI\., eam,c Sat.urd.tiy .iilght daiiEhters left this morning for to spend two weeks here with .Mrs. Oklahoma City where they will Bolt's aunt, Mrs. J. ,L. 'Neivsoni, visit relatives. They were accom- ai ( d. t)o Hoy. Mr. Ncivsm. The anted b r i' , ai ( d. t)|o Hoy. Mr. Ncivspm. They panted by Mrs. Ciflincs vvere motored here by Mr. Holt nnd Mrs. I,. E. Ncwblll. and mother, MONDAY, JUNK 12, 1939 son, noser Trayncr, of St. 'Louis,, were the weekend guests of 'MM. Traynor's son, John Traynor, 'and ' Mr. and Mrs. Lew Brotui and family. Bileham and Bill Hunt attended the' motorcycle laces at Memphis yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson has arrived, home frbin St. Charles, Mo., to spend her summer vacation here. She Is .a student at Lindenwood college. She and her mother Mfs. Clarence H. Wilson, and brother, Billy, spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. Wilson, who Is 111 at the Baptist hospital there. He is milch improved. Mis. Ray Worthlngton and daughter. Miss Thelma, Mrs, Lucy McAdams and daughter. Miss Jane, spent Saturday aftcrncon in Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Huddleslon liavo moved Into tlic Shane hcusc at 1002 South Tenth street. Mrs. Fanner England is resting well following an eye operation performed Saturday morning In Memphis. She was removed from the hospital .yesterday to the home of Mrs. Will Orgill at 1447 Goodbar. . . . brolhcr, I Mr. England, who has- teen wit C)iai;llc Phillips, .who rcluri\cd to Willie Ncwblll, o.f Dyorsunrg. They her, came home last night Tallulah yesterday. Both the Holts plan to be away for iv week. ' • I Mr. and Mrs. W. T Barjieit have ' and Mr, Phil.llps formerly resided: James Gliard, who attemis Die hcie ' i Northern Illinois Sclipc! of Optom- Mrs. Everett D. .Gee and son, E. clr y "I- Chicago, will arrive Thurs- D., nnd Miss Nancy Kirslinor mo- < lu J' to spend his summer vacatl: llerc torcd to Memphis yesterday for Mrs. Gee's nephews' Bill an,d Tom j Ml " Si *'Hh" J - I'cylon, who will iner liere \vith 'th , s)>entl Ihc e Gets. his parents, Mr. and Ouard, and (amlly. Mr - n ''-d Mrs. Eddie .Cummins visited friends .in Memphis ^nl- Mr. .nnd .Mrs. G. ,Q. Hubbard nnd . . , clnuglitcr, Miss Mildred Lou and ,!f Sl l ' fcft lc> "" (l son, George, returned yesterday i ~!"" c ' "" '"''• <"" fiom Chicago where they attended .^Dow-ell and son .Ihc fiirnlUirc marl. During • llic y cst « rdtt y <» Pcrna .week they .were "nwii Mary Lois dent; Miss lary; Miss Mary Ann Nabers. porter. Anderson, vice prc.«-. 5 or, Can., llopklnsvlllc and Jennctta Pluke, score- Ington, Ky. re- Miss Dorothy Hyde Weil lo I,ec Colcjiwn Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hyde nn- naiince.thc iiinrrtage of their daughter, Miss Dorothy, to Lee Cotcinnii, son .of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Cple- manof Steele. The ceremony wus iicrfonncd. Siindny, Juno 4, by W.' P. Hnle at Osceola. Miss Kittliryn Snndcrs, of -tills cllj', was the only attendant. Mrs. Coletnnn was a mcniuer .of tills year's graduating cl'n'ss of tile oily high school. Has 8(11 Oliver W. ' Copiicdgc entertained 20 of his friends for n slug supper. Saturday night tit his home. The menu featured Vmrbecuoil goal, chicken nnd ribs which were served Uie guests in (he yard nioimd Uie ciicii fireplace. Roses Entertain WHh jBJteei "Supper Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Rose had a buftet" supper fdi 10 guests at ^hcir Country home nl Hoscland Saturday night. The,.entire Blower floor of the hoyae \\as decorated Mlth flowets from their garden In the living room, Mrs Rose had arranged u bouquet of rtnnias in one cold. In the sun room, while bamboo furniture and ; blue cushions and .draperies rripde ..an attractive setting for botiquels of gladioli Before supper was scr\ed, guests viewed Uie (lower garden. Supper was served Irom the dining loom table which Jia.d a centerpiece of mixed floaers Tlic menu nits planned around barbecued chicken Alter supper, Ihe guests played cards. * .« * "Will II.nc Picnic And Swimming Tarlj . Members of the Sunday scltsot nf the St Stephen's Episcopal church will be entertained tomoirow night with a picnic and swimming parts, John McDowell, ,supcrlnlcndcnt of Ihe'Sunday school, 1 announced lo- af Wendell lliirris,'son of Mrfn'nd d av - Mrs. Harris, of .Cnnipbcil, Mo The affair iihlcli «ill be nt Walk-j The Rev. L. p. Plcmming oni- er Park will begin at si\ o'clock. elated at the Baptist church, which * ' * | Carried deccnilicns of pink hy- bannlj Will Hd\c idrnngeas."blue and pink .delphinium, Rim\lo.n This Week ; »»tl « background of fern, with ihe • Sisters of Mrs J L."Guard will's 011 Blow from pink ctithedni! can- have a family reunion here this <llcs °V c r the scene for the lute seek when three sisters come here i nflemoon ceremony In the presto join Mrs Guard and another [ m<:e 9 f ll >e family and fiiends, Preceding the ccrcmtuy ix )«-o- gram of nuplial music was given by Mrs. U. O. Wilklns, using "My NJiss Margaret Anders LUXORA. June 12.— A wedding of IntDiTst took place June H wlicii Miss - Antlci's, of Frank b. Anders. bccinnV the bride '' sister, Mrs. W. T Woifoid of El Dorado, 111., who has bten visiting here' for three weeks. Mrs. Ted Le'n-is.of-SeatUe, \Vash., Mrs. George Hale of Slbestcin, and Mrs Earl Brandon of Equality, III, will arrive today to spend Uie y,cek here with then sisters They will be accompanied by Mrs Hales daughter, Mrs Charlie Armstrong, cf Woodnver, III, and Mis Brandon's daughter. Miss Betly Lou Brandon, 'of Bqua.lity. Mrs. WorforJs dmighter, Mrs. V. O. suiion, also of El Dirado, .111., spent the weekend here. She was accompanied by Mr. Siiltcn and two sons. Tommy and Lynn. .* > - • * Colillion Club Has IJance Saturday Night Bill Hardffiek and his orcheslra frq.m Mcinpliis played fcr the dancing party given Satiirddny night by members of the Cotillion club Heart at Thy Sweet Voice", "Viennese Refrain". "Love's Old Sivcet Song", and Caclman's "At Dawning". Mrs. J. M. Majors sang "O Promise Me". The traditional wedding marches 'from Ixmeiigrln nnd Mendelssohn were used for the pr;cesslcnnl and recessional, The bride, given In marriage by her father, Frank O. Aliders, wore white lace with mulching accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. Miss Helen Anders, sister of the bride, wearing dubonnet crepe, lighted the .candles, and Miss Helen Toole, of Osccola, wearing ashes cf r:scs lace, was maid of honor. They \yore corsages of pink and Mathis nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. John, spent to her home today after having spent twp' weeks here with her (Hint, Mrs. P. B. Fox, ixnd family. , (Cecil BiausQii, a sliuicnt at Dc- Painv University nt Green Cnsllc. Ind., hns iirrlved ndo, 'Miss., as Uie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Webb and Mrs. Terrell Emerson Hall. ; Mik.0 .Simon left yesterday for Myrtle Bench, S. C., where lie will Mrs. J. J.'TrnynorSr. and duuah- tcr, .Mies Mary Lou Trnynor, and returned from Chicago, 111., and Elkhnrt, Ind., where they spent ti fciv days. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nabers and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers spent Sunday In Memphis, W. W. Pylcs, ol Hot Springs, spent the weekend here as the gust, of his daughter, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, and 'family. Mr. and Mis. Prank Asher, Miss Marjorie Collins and Mrs. Jamie Pox returned yesterday from n 15 day motor trip which look them to California. They spent most of their time in Los Angeles nnd San Francisco. S. Mi'.Dcmitam, of Cincinnati,'Is Demonstration Club News Notes .t'Vib ;[; Eighteen members of tlie Promised ijOnd Iltyiic' Demonstration of pineapple marshmallow mar- mBlade. ca'oklcs and iced tea. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Baldridge. The next meeting which all members are urged to attend will be at (he home of Mrs. Eugene Davis. At The Hospitals Walls (lospilal Thclma Jean Jones, city milted. ad-1 ., ... the meet- Ing to order after which tlic clc- n)it t c o votlotiiil was given by Mrs. Em- mlt Wilson. Eacli member'answer- ed roll call by telling what she had canned in the exhibit jars. Miss Cora Lee Coleman. .county home demonstration agent, discussed the canning budget and the comity rest camp. In the Raines and contests wlilch followed, Mrs. Joe Hill was winner. The hostesses. Mrs. June Smith and Mrs. Garictt, served refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, and iced lea during the social hour. The meeting was closed with the repealing of the Lord's Prayer. The next, meeting of the group will be Wednesday, June 23, nt the home of Mrs. John Clouse with Mrs. Paul Nokcs as Billie Glass, Manila, admitted. Mrs. T; B. Craft, Jr., Wardcll, admitted. John Hugh Mprgan, Del!, admitted. Ciul Tipton III, Manila, admitted. Mrs. Mary Butler, Tomato, dismissed. Mrs. Niincy missed. /.ula Mac "Seeing Eye" Dog Serves As Law Firm Partner NE WHAVEN, Conn. lUPJ-Qret- chen, a police ^og, Is an Indispensable "silent partner;' of Henry T. Islas, attorney. . Oslas has .been blind since birth, received-his .college and .law training under great handicaps 'and after being admitted lo' practice found it almost impcssiblc to pursue his business alone. So, he went'lo'the '-'Seeing Eye' 1 farm at Morrlstown, N. J., selected Grctchen as his companion and .pgethci' they have become familiar figures In llie ccurts. Giclchcn cui'ls at the feet.of her master while he conducts his cases, makes notes in Braille on a poikel size machine aiid cites references, which he must commit to memory. When the case is over, Grelchen leads Jstas unerringly from tlie courtrosm and to liis office. Klenc, Steele, dis- Miller, city, dls- the guest .of daughter, Mrs. David P. Travis, anil family, lor au extended visit. Missionary Society Meets Fifteen members of the Lone Onk missionary society met at tlic home of Mrs. Essie Davis Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Foley was the only guest. 'The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Wes Toinlinsoh. '.I'hc scripture taken from the 12th chapter ol Mnlthcw was followed by a .song. Mrs. G!un Alexander called the roll. The hostess served refreshments Mrs. Berlha Fuller, Tomato, dismissed. lil,vllicvillc hosjiilal Guy Walker, Armorcl. admitted. Mrs. Ray Beavers, city, admitted. Mrs. Mary Southard,- city,' admitted. , Rpy McCraty. city, admltlcd. Memphis lUelliodisl hospiial Mrs. Liiciic By'ars, Braggadocio, admitted. Memphis Baptist hospital Jolm Shcciin Story, SU-elo admitted. Memphis NcLcmore Clinic Mrs. Charles Beall, Joiner, ad- initlcd. Coast to Coast blue swcctpcas. Rodney Anders, bride, served Mr. man. Mrs. Harris brother- Harris is very of the as best liopnlar at the American Lcglcn Hilt | In Luxora. having graduated with The 80 present Include,! mem- j honors, nnd Mr. Harris is In busi- bers of the club and the following ness here as manager of ihe Kroger guests' Miss Sara Jo Ltttlc, Jerry st-cre. , Harwell, .Miss Maty Spain Usrey, W. K. Brands, whs DOris Dobyns, Jack p'Kccte, Toler Bucliaiinn. John McDowell, J T Stidtnirj, Ralph -Patton,' Harry Matlo:k of Tlicy will be at home in Luxora after a two weeks u-cdding trip. North America contains 22.000 pure-blooded bison. The Rothamsiead experimental station, England,' in studying the standardization of fruits and vegetables, has developed cucumbers of a standard length -of .8 inches and without curves. There have bci".i approximately 1500 biographers of .'. Abraham Lincoln. .--..'••..'...'.'• Flies on Your Nose Wake You Up? Biw'a .what lo *>: Before bodfimc, close ell i.ooia anil *lndo«-ii..Ujc a go»i •prayiirand fill ttiG room wilh a iimt of Jlcc Rrand Ihsccl Spruy •IM Ihc room slay clos«d tor 15 minulca. When you eo back <l:c only flics will be dead onca on the floor. "Don* I confuse Bcc IlVaniJ Spray with blhcr in- Hc(i eldtt. U hu no nasty kerosene iin«U— only a clean cedar trayrance that soon dLjabpears. And Bee Jlranrf really kills flips, "*~ ' mosquitoes and oth^r flying insects tiiiicli— yet it'a entirely eafc to use in Ihe home!. Don't wasVc money on chrap, weak srnctly stuff. ,Gel RMS' Rraiid iahd Rot nil of flics. Jfisat on the «enuEno, quick^killing Bee Brand Insect Spray— in tdo rca and yellow can. U'a sold with a guarantee of ead's- faflion i>r your money back. t pi.; . *» " . f> T ^ Inscel Pmttle *!*<> kilt flffs and ir cAr * a " d a -" tf > r. Read ^ccllonso les The neiv Firestone .Champion '\'?rc is tlic 5|ifety acnsalion of IP39- Never' before in .our experience lias a lire nice >vich such instant npproi-al. Our customers have started a i-vord-by- moutll cun^paign that is niAking this .the Biggest soiling .tire jvc have e\cr had. . Look at these advantages: Stronger ,Cord Body The new Safety-Lock Cords arc locked together by tlic new nnd yaiprtivcc! 1'ifcstone ]>roccss of Gum-Dipping. This means nmazingly greater sirenglh nnd KrCiitcr jtrcogih nifans greater safely. .N.on-Skid Mileage Tjhc ;,cus!UioD;i! new Gear- Grip ircatl with more than 3,000 shrvrn edged angles, grips ilic roait with a sure-footed hold to protect agamst skidding. Mow is the time to Imy — get iliis safety' proicction 'on your car! ' 7»»f jit Firttfane Voiet 0} tie Tara KWtt I'r^nier uftkly during the wxnt boar PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. RIGHT COMBINATION of the world's best (cigarette tobaccos gives More Smoking Pleasure • ' V- ••'. .;:•' i: ... .:•' \" ;- ' ' : '" • ' .•.- .-: •-' S - - >' :• ':..-• .;••'-• '' OM nioking Pleasure to milHoti's all over the Country means simply this, they want a milder, better-tasting smoke with a pleasing aroma. V^hesterfield's right combination of the world's best cigarette tobaccos gives smokers what they want because They're Milder, .. They Taste Better ' ' Sill H'alllllt i'honc ISO i 13j?, tiGSErr A- MVEJS Toj.icco Co. From Coost lo Coasl, T. W. A.'s combination of skillfully Iroined pilots, meteorologists and charming hostesses gives you a lot of travel pleasure .. . and Ihe CHEStERFIELD CIGARETTES served on all T. W. A. plcnes will add to your enjoyment on the trip. BUfTHIVILLE MUNICIPAL POOL - - - - .. - 8:00 P,M. WEOHESDAY, JUNE 14 th 60 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS .:, 40 JUNIOR BEAUTIES DIVING CONTEST and STUNTS ADMISSION lOc and 25c ... RESERVED SEATS 25c SPONSORED BY CHAPTER "N" OF THE P. E. 0. SISTERHOOD AND THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION ,

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