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PAGE TWO JSLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women To Have D*ace ' Tfce first d*nce nmounced here (or some time, because of the extreme hett, will be given at the city auditorium Thursday evening with music by The Alabama Crimsons. Plan J are : underway for a delightful time with several specialties' and invitations have been tent to many out of town people. The orchestra, a combination of the two school orchestras ol the University of Alabama and the addition of Jimmle Boyd, jr., Is making its headquarters here this s'ummer while playing for dances in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky and Illinois. J. T. Sudbury is'. manager of the music makers. . « • • • Study Soya! Service Interesting taiks featured the prcgtauv of the Second Baptist church Woman s Missionary Society Monday afternoon at the home of Mi's. J. C. Harnlsli when Mrs. Leslie Moore, as leafier, used the study from ihe Royal Service, The U members and two visitors welcomed a new member, Miss Gertrude Benton. Tte 9utn Fdalm made the scripture lesson followed with a prayer by Mrs. W. M. Juw'ft These lulss were lieaid: .M Uv. Lilfc L.-ciiust:!... J rry Gibson; "ilie SpUli ._ B:iao t;&id 'CJnit',' 1 Mrs. Djn.ap; "Our lareigu iTfil' 3 A. Morris; 'Tn-y '..-.. Vis?," Mis- Usllj JJoori E.lhttc All," Mrs. P. ICiu. Wells of the Waier Sprint. 1115 Up,"j hits. Clyde Kills. Prayers by Mrs.] E. '£. Ncwsorn and Mrs. Jj. T, Asli- er concluded the program. • » » Men Attend Social The 28 present at the meeting of the Lake Street Melhodlst church Woman's. Visionary Society Monday evening Included hus- ! bands of m embers for the special j program. Mrs. J. W. Malonoy was hostess at. her suburban liome. The devotional subject of "Love" was used by Mrs. Maloncy who read frcm Math. 3:43-48 and Iver. son Morris offered prayer. Mrs. " Earl Sullivan and. Miss Alma Maloney sarig two dueU, Mrs. O. J. Rodgers talked, on "Labor Conditions" -and Frances and Mary Scott, twins of Jouesboro, gave two readings. Games, played on the lawn, featured tho entertainment and. later a delicious ice course vras served. This 'group has suc.i affairs frequently when the men of the church are also invited. In promoting social activities. .. Law. ..Irs. 1 ••*•; .Vce' uii-! 'ILiO: Have Program" and Social Mett There were 30 members ol Iho Woman's Missionary Society of the First Mettudlst church at the program and social'meeting Monday afternoon, at the church, when Mesdames R. N. Wore, jr., U. S. Branson, W. T. Obersi, S. P. Martin and R. H. Bennett were hostesses. Mrs. R. H. Bennett used '.'Supremacy of Love" for tlie devotional with readings and comments from •'portions of Matthew Aiif!«?iivi m puiTABit aeeowi urn w MOSJHIMG STRETCH OC TOO AU.URINC TOiHY SWPWIfftO. AMD Af T WTOAUOOW •POMPBJ wE ABBRCVIATCO OVWMl BEIOW if of euA,RTRjuet LINEN• coot. At* CUTE _QRANQE SHORTS WITH AH ORANGt AND VEROW DOTTED fWRT. Miss Delioit Bits of News Mostly Personal Mis. 13. T. Johnson, of Nashville, Tcnn., Is tin.' hoiiscgust. i>[ l-i«r nieces, Mis. I. O. Wcslbrooks, Mrs. Henry Bntndon.and Mis. M. Fitzslmmonii. Henry Hudson, a member of the city high school faculty who Is working tills summer lor Hcmlrix- Henderson college, spent the weekend here. Mrs. Leo. lirnnUon, of Halls, Tenn., Is (ha houseeuest of her sister In lawj, Mrs. Henry Brandon, Mrs. I. O. Weslbrooks find Mrs- M. Pitolmmons. She cxpccls lo return homo today. Mrs. M. FUzsiininons, accom- piit\leil by her houKC'encsts, Mrs. li. T. Johnson of Nashville, Ti'nn., and Mrs. Leu Brandon, ot Halls, TCT.II., .aie In Wilson today as tucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Donald l-'lctcher. . •. ^... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rcvclte and fhlklren, ot Arkansas City, are liiicsls of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mc- t'arland. ' Miss Ciiarllnc Itoblnsan has gone lo Jackson, Miss., to bo the yu of Mr. nnrl Mrs. H. B. Page for the remainder of tnc summer. Miss Virginia Terry is in Brownsville, Tenn, for two weeks I stay. Carl Ganske has returned from Memphis where he spent ihe weekend and attended the tennis tournament while there. Jack Hoberts of Waterproof, La., Is visiting friends at Aiinorei. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Campbell Osceo/o Society—Personal HSVFrOL) HEARD?— i You can make yourself an orig- Mcsiliimcs F. L. Phlpps, w. E.'inal and lovely crownless bench hat Hunt, Charles E. Sullen^er, W. W. for little cost, In the following Prewlit and Mrs. PrewiU's chll-(manner dren, Wathcn Jr., and Dick, left I Cut a cartwheel circle of natur- Sunday morning for Blloxl, Miss., al colored buckran, scallop the out- wnere they have engaged a cottage and will spend a two weeks', vacation. Mrs. P. M. South worth ol Grecn- wood, Miss., arrived Friday for a visit with Miss Rose White in Os- ctula. Miss White and Mrs. Souih- worlh accompanied by Warner Wilson of Osceola, left Friday afternoon fo ra few days' visit in Little Rock. Mr. iind Mrs. Tliad Fcllon ami their smalt niece, Shirley Roacli, of Houston, Texas, left Saturday, i returning lo Houston by way of Little Kock, .after spending a. few | days with Mrs. Felton's mother and «r edge, hind it in father, Mr. and'.Mrs. J. H. Lovc- the color of Greta- Stcckhold, above, 19, and blend, will represent Detroit in tho contest at Galveston, Tex., in which beauties frcm all parts of the world will 'ccinpeic verse" title. for the "Miss Unl- havc returned Irom a visit 01 ten days In Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Walter Reynolds and son, Roy, of Little Rock, arrived Monday afternoon for lui extended visit with Mrs. Reynolds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lanenon. ^ Mr. and 'Mrs. Jack Watts and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mills; of, Shrevepart, La., are. spending several days with Mr. Wat(,s' niotner, Mrs. Mabel Watts, and his-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.' Adams. They have been'touring the Oznrks and will leave for home Thursday aflcr going'to Memphis tomorrow for the cl»y, nc'compan- ' r led by their host and hostess.'Mr. : HV KISTKR MARY Watts lived here for a' number of [ ( .'JV.e bride, who is enjoying he years before moving to Shrevcport jexucrience as housekeeper is ofte; several years ago. ' • ) puzzled over amounts needed t Miss Ruby - Wilson, ot Popkr IGEIVC two persons and the use c Bluil,-is the housecuest of Miss [the avcrngc recipe. Sometimes foot Marie Moon who ' was her room i If w.xsted because more is provid STER ARY'S TCHEN ."->>•! i-t ' '•; ;, Vi -•• ••'•••...-• -•- 1 church SforOirief business sessions nt 3 o'clock while members of circle 4 were • entertained by Mrs. George Lang when nine members \verc present. Mrs. George R. Crockett led the devotional and delicious refreshments were served after a business session. Circle 5 met in the evening nt the country home of Miss Grncc Lowery with Mrs. L. D. Chnmblin arid Lute in prayer Mrs. H. E. Neblett led male iA .yilltara Woods ..college; Fiilten,lMq';' Slie' arrived "today-an'ci; will remain several days'.'. -.. • .' Jttfsaf^aisKSS'SSSS- weeks' Illness. S Two papers, "Social Evangelism in Korea" by Mrs. R. N. Ware, jr., and "Farm and Rural Life In Korea" by Mrs. W. T. Obcrst, featured the program. Woodrow Fisher played a violin solo, accompanied by Miss Kathryn Grear and whei Miss Carolyn Haley sang she was alsa accompanied by them. Mrs. A C, Haley closed the program with a prayer. Iced watermelon refreshed tliosi present. • • » .* • Having-Croquet Party. Something novel In the way of entertainment Is the croquet parti- planned by Miss Jrma Laura Barnes tonight. The four couples will vie for honors In several games with refreshments served later. Entertaining Class. Members of Mrs. S. E. Vall's Sunday school class of Ihe First Presbyterian church will be her guests this evening for-a dinner parly before her departure for Hoi Springs where she Is to live. She has been teacher of the class of girls for several years. " ' * I 0, E. S. to Meet TohighL ! The local Eastern Star chapter' will meet tonight for a business mieting at 8 o'clock. • * • B- zod F. Women Ciub P-a\ Miniature Golf. Mjmbers of the Business *~ a- fcss.snal Women's clu .. ;c! nin.ature golf last e>; ., as * f*Sfc=ts of Charles T. Kti,--!.;r and O. G. Redman at Golf GaiJtns on the Yarbro road. This entertainment replaced the usual weekly meeting at the Goft Hotel. • » • To Have Outing. • Mr. ind Mrs. Tom P. Jones. lor-_ merly of here and now of Little and Mrs. Lucy McAdams also hoslesses. The leu members and lour visitors heard Mrs. C. M. Gray glvp Ihe devoltonal from Romans and Ihe work of the church among negroes was the program subject led by Mrs. J. Meal Gesell, assisted by Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. George Muir and Mrs. W. c. I.crj- EClt. The hoslesses served appetizing refreshments. At the auxiliary meeting, at the church, Mrs. C. M. Gray led the Bible study from Grace Snxc's study of Romans. Features of the program were lalks by Misses Thclma Worlhlnglon, ol Ihe Senior Chrisllan Endeavor, and Miss Margaret Gray, of the Intermediate group, who alteiiricd Hie recent summer conference at Peti'. Jean recently. Their talks gave evidence of much benefit and inspiration received. Mrs. S. E. Vail, charier member of the auxiliary who was attending the final auxiliary meel- ing ns « member because of hei moving to Hot Springs, and Mrs Harvey H. Onr and mother, Mrs Mary Collins of Rlchwood. W. Vn. who formerly lived here when Mr Orr was pastor of the church, were hostesses, serving dainty ices will cake. \\ ingfield-Younc. The marriage of Miss Ila Mae Johnnie Peterson Is in Holi Springs for a. few days. She accompanied relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Perry. The Ladles Missionary society of Hie Methodist church is giving a cream supper on the lawn at Mr. Mager's Inxnc next Thursday night. Everyone is invited and plenty ol iitcrtalnment is promised. Arietta Glover spent Sunday with, Mamie and Noona Mngers. Mildred Kcehler and Mrs. Otto don. and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shipman ami children are In New Orleans for a two weeks vacation. Dr. II. S. Davis, president of th!! Rolary club, U.' S.-Branson, secretary, accompanied by Charles S. Lemons, rclirlnB district' governor, left this afternoon for Pine Blull where they are to attend an m'ti- ms conference for I'nls tUstricl. They expect lo return Thursday night Mrs. Charles S. Lemons went to Coehler motored to Osccola Friday I Memphis this afternoon for several o see Mrs. Koehler's grandmother, ! (j a y s riln y v ,-jui i !cr slsler. Mrs. Dunavnut. Mrs. D. L. Goff of Flint, Mich., left, here Thursday for Mississippi after a month's visit with relatives. Luxora Society—Personal Young and Mr. Cecil Wingflcld. of Cooler, Mo., look place here yesterday with Justice E. D. Walker performing the ceremony. Dell and Vicinity At a business mectUig cf the Kp- worth League Sunday night officers for the year were elected as follows: president, Mildred Koch- kr; vice-president, Naomi Magcrs; secretary and treasurer. Lester Gill; Era agent. Mamie Magcrs. A Methodist revival meeting will start next Sunday, July 20. with the Rev. T. E. Gregory of Oklona. Miss.,'as^ prtacticr. Noble Gill • Rock", are to be host and hostess | conduct the singing part of for a fishing trip at Eleven Poinls, | time. near Walnut Ridge, beginning to- J Mr. and Mrs, Harry Dunavr.nt and Elliott Williams left this morning for a visit wlllv his sisters, Misses Sudle and Sallie Williams, at their home at Monteagle, Tenn. Billy Galnes of Blythevillc was a business visitor in Luxora Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Collier and children from Memphis were the gucsls of Mrs. Collier's mother. Mrs. Ora Hill, Saturday. Mrs. Hill ac- ccmpanled them, back lo Memphis unday wliere she will remain for a ew days visit. Mitses Meredrilh and Olivia Gra-1 am and th'elr visitors. Virginia Tally, \1sited the Osccola pool Sun- ay. Mrs. II. C. Davidson o( WJlson •as the guest of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. R. C. Glllespie, Friday. Mrs. Will Wood was a visitor ill Blylhevllle Friday. Miss Cora Lee Coleman is lit- Re.l Line anil Kciscr ICKlay. W. n. Wallace, of Shroveport. La., has arrived lo spend the summer with his uncle, Hiriam and Charles Wylic. Cecil Ovcrlurf, of Osccola. w:u I a visitor in Hie city last- evening. Mrs. Joe Blylhe, of Detroit, arrived this afternoon Ijr n visit willi Mrs. Helen Blythc and daughu-v. Miss Lela Blylhe. Mrs. W. W. Locl-.c is seriously ill al the home ol her daughter, Mrs. Fred Wahl. Mrs. K. S. Galli of this city i> than can be. used appslizhiglj \s far as recipes arc concerned cooking for lo reduces itself to mathematical problem. Most rec lues !u rurrrr.t ccck bcoks are ca culalcd tu rrrve six persons. My own arc planned to serve four. So' if a recipe large enough for four is used ami a dish for two is wanted it's » simple.thine: lo lake half of each ingredient and use a sauce inn or tnklirg dish cr spider just .udf »:i h:ge a:, the one provided For Hie service of four: 'llie rule for serving six musl be divided by Hires each ingredient carefully calculated if a dish for l]vo is wanted. Si/.r Hastens Cooking The tr/.e of Ihe cooking utensil'; Is of more impoi lance than most, people realize. 'I lie larger Hie surface exposed to hr-.il thenioie rapid the evaporaticn. This accounts tor many thick lumpy sauces anil burned or over-cooked vegetables and meats. Instead of- using large pie pans, and cutting pie.^ in s-ixllis invest in small pic pan anil cut the pie in hall, scivtug half a fresh pie lo well. While here they, were joined by Mrs-.' Hugh Hughey, formerly Miss Mary Clay Lovcv/ell, Mr. I Hughey and llielr small daughter, I Sue Clay, who returned to their home ill Memphis Saturday morn- too. There Ins- Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Hutier were Memphis visitors yesterday. S. L. Gladish, (J. U. Scgravcs, J. . Bunn ami Bruce Ivy 01 Osceola, ccompanicd by Judge G. E, Keck 1 biythcviUc, spent yesterday in 'iptonvllle, Tcnn. Mrs. C. B. Pcrrln, wlio has been onfined to her bed with malaria, s able to tc out again. Charles Sullenger, small son of Ir: nnd Mrs. Charles E. Sullenger. s home again afler a month's visit nth his uncle and aunt, Mr. and ,lrs. John Sullenger in Willow iprings, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Splese are notorlng through ;hc Ozark moun- alns to Holllster, Mo., with slop- overs at Hardy and other iroints of interest. They exi>cct to be gone about ten days. Fred Jacobs jr., son of Major and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, left a few days ago for Camp Ctiickafaw at. Brevard, N. C., near Aslieville, where ic wil spend the months of July ind August. Miss Natalia Smith is confined ,o her home with an attack of malaria. Geo. Florida ami Anrew Florida of the Florida Real Estate Loan Company of Osccola, and D. F.Tay- lor, Osceola altorney arc on an extended motor trip through the New Knglatul slates wil combine business anil pleasure. They expect to return about Ihe middle of August und will visit the states of Vermont, New Hampshire, and ..ew York eh route. Mrs. J; M. Boyd, of Los Angeles, California, formerly Miss Leola Biimi of Lepanto, spent several days last week with her brother, J. B, Binjn, and Mrs. Bunn in Osceola', leaving Sunday} for short visits wllh friends in Lepanto, Marked Tree and Memphis. She will return to Osceola Thursday evening, and wcompanied by Mr. Bunn, will go to Hamburg, Ark., for a visit with heir uncle, W. C. Bunn. your bathing suit and paint, a plaid, checkered, slriped or flora paltern on its upixr side. Then, very carefully, cut jus' enough of a hole In the center to slip onto your head and bind i no crown to' be made, because you slip Ihis carl wheel over your balhing beret o icarf, wear it, well back on th head, off the forehead, and beholc you liave an original bandeau ha bright, in the colors of your, suil extremely chic and becoming.' 1 ay services at the lent at 110 :icrry street In Ihe morning from until 10 o'clock, and In- Ihe cvc- ing at 7:15 o'clock. An old fashioned altar of prayer matures. Ihe night services with jcclal song services and preuch- ig- The Rev. A. T. McAnally is pas>• of this congregation. foung Dell Woman Dies At Family Home Sunday Ftmernl services were held ycs- erday afternoon for Gerliude Maughan, 24 year old daughter ot Mr. anil Mis. W. Mauyhan, who eiimlwd al the family home near Dell Sunday. Services were held at Sawyers' •emetcry with the Rev. Harwell of- "iciallng. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Ihe Ccbb Un- ctertakhig cwnpany. The deceased Is survived by her parents and two brothers. Sacred Pageant Closes Osceola Revival Meeting Hold Services for Aged Man at Milar Funeral services will be held Wednesday na Milan, Tenn, for B. C. Kinsey, 72 year old, who succumbed here Sunday night to an attack of acute indigestion and heat prostration. The deceased is survived by five sons, J. W. Kinsey of this city, Gordon Kinsey of Louisville, Key.; B. J. Kinsey of Litle Kock and Glowcus Kinsey and a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Bromley, of Daytdn, Ohio and one sister,- Mrs. Mannie Taylor, of Bradford, Tenn. Funeral .plans are in charge of the Cobb Underlaklng company. OSCEOLA, Ark. July 15.-The . Rutls-Cminingliam revival meeting, uhich has been in upru;iO!,s here for Ulc past three weelts, cuitliicted by Rev. H. A. Bulls, M<mp:iis evamjdisl, and Moody Cunningham, singer, closed last evening with presentation of a sacred pageant, The. Way of th; Cross." In which a hundred young women of Osceola look part. Gosnell Family Taking Trip to Pacific Coast M. K. Crawford and his brother, G. W. Crawford of Gosnell left yesterday for Long.Benrti, Cal. They will stop at El Dorado where M. E: Crawford's son and wife will join them for Uie trip west. M. E. Crawford and his brother and daughter. Miss Fredia Crawford, will return the latter part of Augusl. Miss Fredia has been spending the spring and summer wilh her brother, Ernest Crawford of Long Beach.•• cnch person This insures fresh Wilson and Osceola Boys Attending Kamp Kia Kima OSCEOLA, Ark., July 15.—Allen Segraves, Jim Rhodes, Jack Hook, Dick Cromer, jr., and Ned Ayros. jr., Boy Scouts of .Osceola, joined a parly of seventeen scouts from Wilson Friday and drove through to Kampa Kia Kima at Hardy, Ark., where they will spend two \\ eeks. They made Uie trip through the country hi a Ford truck loaned for u:o trip by D. S. Laney ol the Osceola Motor Co., and were accompanied by Bob Rhodes of Wilson. Hold Services Daily .;•'•';; at Nazarene Revival The cvnngelislic meeting in progress at the Nazarpnc church is continuing through this week will' there is no —Adv. cosl or cblisnlion. WANT \ SHOKTEST - LINE \BETWEKN USE [PHONE • INSIST OnThisLighr Oil Thah Never Gums recovering from an opiT.Ulc.il at Ihe j lc Baptist hosmiai in Memphis. ,-, If t'OVe Rlchards ihopiwd in Blylhcville ; ou morrow and continuing through this week. Included in the guest list will be Raymond Forrester, L. O. Crafton and W. L. Crafton of this city, Mrs. Gcncvieve of Chicago, aunt of Mrs. Jones, arid several guests from Mammoth Springs. A«MUrjr and Circles Hire Meet Joint 'meetings of the circles and auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon were at- childrcn, Virginia, Lucy Margaret Harry jr.. nnd Buford. visited Mr and Mrs. Dunavant's daughter Mrs. Otto Koehter Suntiay afternoon. . Mrs. K. J. Cook is visiting rcli lives in Ravenden Springs. Frank Luckelt returned Sunda; aft?r a. two weeks visit In Calif omla. J. F. Mooney relumed to his hcme at Ravenden Springs Sun day aftor spending a few days wit' tended by more than 30 women, j relatives here. Circles 1, 2 and 3 met' at the] Charles Elmer Gordon has prac Mrs. M:n:c!c Springer sp^nt vV' 1 ''- uosday aflcrnooii with Mrs. Cb- rissa ilnll. Charley Sprhifer jr.. Tod Brnck ami Mariin Br,u-lsiii allemlcd the club rullv at BlyllioviUc Thursil.iy. Mrs. Edna Jcwrl nnd olill:lrcn rcluruoil to their home in St.L'uiis Saturday morning. W. H. Kiiringcr :.[>onl .S.ituni.iy nlghl aiul Stmrtay witli his son. Clvr.Tley Sprmscr. He proarhccl'al | Driver Grove al 11 o'clock S'.miiiy Mrs. B..W. Cooper and Mrs. R. S. : morning. \shmore of Osccola and Mrs. Dave | M V . ;uid Mrs. Potion) Wlni, . T..Car.:l C. T. Bio:>kh M Friday. . cd for Hrbor Hpiiugs FrUl.ij mcrn- R. J. Gillcspic was a business j ln « li> \-\.\< Mrs. Willie's f.v.hor. ,:asiry. Three-fourths of a cup of ilour and one-fourth cup shortening will make enough dough fur a suiiill twu-ciusi pic. If a one-crust pie or "shell" is wanted one tab'.c- s-poon more than one-third cup two lublcssiciHis and one shortening should be used. The little pie pan will hold about two cups of rilling .while an eight-Inch pie pan holds four cups. One-half pound ol meal tisu.d- ly is calculated lor carli pcrso:i when purchasing roasts mill steaks. Ihe method ot cooking and serving ol cour.-e is an important factor in determining the amount required. \VJicn rxlra materials arc adileil. less meal is needed. Chops present the least problem in the iue.it line, i,liicii if Individual appeiilc.i arc'known, one or two chops can }jc supplied for each person. .' llardrr to Calfuialr ' Some vegetables arc ccmfui-iiig. Tor it's hard io know how umr'.i must bo allowed for preparing fur cooking. Peas in the pod are ilc- ceiving. for unless the pirts arc well Hold Services for Edington Baby Monday L>it riles were held Monday af- icnioon for Joyce Marie lidinglon. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Islington who died at Ihe family home ivoar Hermondale, Mo., Sunday. The Cobb Undertaking company was in charge of funeral arrangements. or Corrodes. Made especially for the oiling of small motors "Standard" Household Lubricant— product of or.o of the world's great refineries—has just the properties needed for the lubrication of small motors and generators, toola,kitch- en utensils, and household appliances of all kinds. A light machine oil that never gums or corrodca. eeps rust nway. Four-oz. squirt an. with spoul, 2oc; two-oz. bottle, 15c. Ask your dealer. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OV LOUISIANA isitor In Little Rock recently. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bngan left j ast week for their summer vaca-, Mrs.- and Mrs. Phillip George, | Ihclr daughter Mabel and niece Adcll were vlsilors in Blylhevllle Friday. Mr and Mrs. J. N. Hunt, accompanied by H. T. Moser, left Sunday for New York for a ten day visit wilh relalives and Jricnds. Mr. Moscr will visit liis sister In Knox- vllle, Tenn., before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graham and children, Meredith and Olivia, spent Monday In Memphis. Miss. Virginia Tally, who has been vis- iling Ihcm for Iwo weeks, accompanied Ihcm lo Memphis. Lruif^y. U'vmi Soloon. Itnby SL-loon. Ntf.iiul Lnllytey ami Webb idn-u.lrd the Viap-.i^iiu: al L«nc O.ik Kunday ai'lerno.'ii. Thir- ly-eis'i! wrre baptized. Mrs. M;uv Scrapes. Mrs. n.iitic Kkelti :i and rhildrcu. and Mrs. Arlie T;n.ker.^!e\ were guests ol Mis. Mai.rt SiKHKer Sunday. Mrs Jehu Br«ek. who !-.s^ been ill, is rciavnin". Mis. Myn] • Kni-hl's b:inv is very s'.cV. -.'.li?, wrck. Gift to Schools All Elizabeth Davis accompanied by!are to relatives from Blythcvilc left Smi-jicr ih day for a summer vacalion in Michigan and Canada. ivr.v incasuvi!i_' oms Read Courier News Want Ads. E. D. Fvr;-.:-on of the V.'. <• instill I.;:n;l;.-i- Co., who I:.-,, jvon thorn to ;!!'• county fl.-p.uiiiio.tt of education lor diMriliulicn. filled Ihe yield of c.V.able vegetable is small. One pound of well' filled green peas-in-Ric-pod will Joe-! -crve two persons. One-half pound srccn beans will serve Iwo persons. One pound fresh .spinach will serve Iwo persons. Vcgclablcs like beds r-^rn and caiTOU must be chwru in regard to size. One large tect or carrot is considered enough for mie average serving, bill if Ih,- vegetables are small two or three v.iii be r.ccd- cd. n.iily Menu LUNCHEON'-l'olulo ball salad, tcasl<xl muffins, fuilt jelly witli whipped cream, plain cake, milk. tea. • ' DINNER — Ici-cl watermelon cubes, broiled fwonlfish. cucumber sauce, browned sweet potatoes. I'.ead letuiee with Russian ; drc.sfinc- Brecn Ij-.-.r.s in cream, < rye brer.d, chctry pio. milk, coffee. frem PETITE GOLF A REAL GAME ON A SMALL SCALE You'll sec youv cliip- shuls and put ling improve ;is you learn the tin-ill of the clever, new giill' game at Yarbro Road. Open night and clay. Golf Gardens Road r Wednesday Only Car Greased Dixie Service Station His Piles Healed After 35 Years: ' Mr. John A. Raab, Dallas City, '..:: 111., was entirely healed ef Piles and .. other Rectal Troubles after sul- i fering for 35~years. Ho urges all- . sufferers to write The Thornton &- ; Minor Clinic, Suite 419, 926 McGce • < St., Kansas Cily, Mo-, for a new free copyrighted book which ex- '•:• plains a mild, sure Ireatnient fcr "' lemorrhoids (piles) and al! forms •''[' of rcclal diseases. This Ircalmcnt has restored more than 40.GSO PUJ- ple to renewed health in let past " >3 years. In writing for Ilia book • STANDARD HOUSEHOLD LUBRICANT 56

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