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FAQE TWO . BLYTHEVILLK. (ARK.) COUIUKH NKWS TUKSDAY, JULY 21), lli:;0 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Clus to Me*P The Ladies''Bible class of the "Hi-st Meuibdin Sunday school will have a-meeting Friday evening st (he home qf Mrs. Wyott Henley When Mr$. Walter Waddy will also t>e hostess, ' ' t 9 I • Pridt Elftt Complimented Another lovely parly given lor Miss Weynmlli Maureen Card, of Wilson, fiance of Rlley Boope Jones, was Fridav evening at the Wilson club house witli Miss Mildred Frnzier as hostess. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Katliryn drear Is ill at her licmc on Franklin street because of an infi-ck'd fool. Milton Webb will go to Tupelo, Miss., tomorrow where lie Is to £pcm! a week as the yuest of Miss Katherinr Hood. in London's Set ounger Manila Man Gets "Talkie" Letter I'roni California Hlres h»s recovered ilmcss - CU rriiZIL-r us jiu&«.:». . . I Daisies and Queen Anne's lace i Mlss N «" Or « IU ' ls reluming to i made an attractive selling for the i lu ' r llomc '" M«"P»is tomorrow tables adorned with miniature roll- 1 •>"" te » da >' 3 wlli > Mr - "»<1 Mw. ine pins. Thcfc and. the tiny cu-i°' j 1 - ^'"J; pids on the individual cakes were ; "«• c - <f • lavors and Uic wedding suggestion ! from » TOk s was also seen In the bridal tallies, i Mr. nnci Mrs. N. 1). Wells were A delicious ice courfe was served' I'aragould visitors Bumlay. A linen bridge'set went to Mrs. Mlj - B - p - ^"'n. wn ° hns been Harry Flowers [or high score prize ! «y 111, is now better. . • in the five games of bridge played ' Mv - and Mls ' L - D - Cliainblln i and other prizes were awarded I llave lls lllelr euesls, Mrs. Chamb- Mrs. H. C. Davidson who received j '"''» 5lsl "' M ''». J- W. lianilHon, a flower urn awl Mrs. Walter Caid,| n "d S01t - J ° lm . o' St. Louis. They a georgette dance Handkerchief. • wived lust night mid will IK here Miss Krazicr's gift to the bride elccl ! imttl Wednesday or Thursday. was a- pink silk lounging robe. ' ' rlle V inolorcil down with Gamer | Applelon and Ills sister. Miss A!!-. • * • • • ccn Appleton. oi Memphis, wlio Visilors Given Outing jwent up Saturday. Miss Nell Grear and Miss Ola , Mr . aml Mni w w W hHlon lire Mac Johnson, ot Memphis, were] c ,,i rlla j,ilni; Mrs. Whlllon's moth- honored guests at u wclnor roa.M i cri Mj - 5 Fcrgiiscn. of Memphis at Monday evening given by their | tllclr ho , nt , on chickusawba Iivc- tiunt, Mrs. G. H. Grear. The parly • l)llc of 20 motored to Barfleld' where _'. „ ,,, • ,, wcincrs. rcisled on the banks of . °tlo Kochm^y has relumed Pie Mississippi river and' cold I from Lllrrt:a s P rl »B s . A - l ' k - where the oung gfrls and '» . »«ni«l Mrs. Kochjlt^v I ami family wlio liuve Rone there hoys. Later, dancing was enjoyed' at i ! for the summer. He CO U|) the Grear home. li'ikcr-Harbin The marriage oi Miss Alma ilater for a longer stay. I W. R. Sntterllelil :ind son, Bill, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Aftllck yesterday. W. B. Tanner has returned fropi Harbin and Mr. Samuel A. Baker, I» week's busings Irlp to points of j both of this cil.v, took place Sun-! Louisiana ami Mississippi. : day with (he Rev. W. E. Hughes < ^ tr - and Mrs. l,. G. Thompson performing Hie ceremony. tkclitm Day Dinner ri.imietl. were in Jonesboro Sunday. Mr. and Mre. Dick Shcrrick und r.on, Bill, of Grconsburg. Penil., J arrived yesterday for n visit, with Mrs. Shcrrlck's parents, Dr. and Plans for the election day din- IMS. C. E. Wilson, nnd oilier 'rcla- f the First Cliristlan Church Woni- ! Vl l t!vcs an's council, were made at a meeting- of -this group Monday afternoon at the home of Hie president, re. Edwin Robinson. The dinner will be served in the building formerly occupied by tlie Galely store. years ago. y "vcd Here until several For several years It has been the custom of the council (o sponsor such an affair and plans are now being completed. Delicious refreshment were served In a brief social hour. Mrs. W. K. Baldwin, of Memphis, will arrive tomorrow for several days stay witli her nephew, Sam Thomas, and family. Mildred June Willie, who now makes her home with her amil Mrs. Kenneth Morris, in Kcnnett, Me., will return there tomorrow i after visiting relatives here. Mrs. Kenneth Mums and Miss Ethel Owen, of Kcnnett, Mo., spent this morning here en- rout,e ^o * ' * j Memphis for^'a brief stay,. Circles Meet. ....,-.- . .-; Mr.'and Mrs. Sam Thomas have Circles of I lie'woman's mission- i returri&Ofrbm Memphis where they ary union in the First Baptist i fpml the weekend, church held separate meetings i Mrs. William T. Hollls and son, Leaders of the younger set in London's arlEtocratic society, these two young women are regal beauties, as Here arc tlie most recent, portraits of trie Hon. ood (above) , a daughter of Sir H. Elizabeth Kgeitou Wavburton (below), a daughter of the Hon. Mrs ! Osceola Society—Personal MANILA, Ark.. (Special!—A very •novel letter ha;; tjcen received by i Unc!e E. (Pink) Seaman, aged owivir ol a fruit, candy, and |>eanut I stand litre. This letter was, In tlie j form of an aluminum record that t i came all Hit way from California I '. to the old gentleman. HAVE YOU Von can make decorative ornaments from your old perfume and Til. yesterday afternoon nt the home jf Mrs. C. E. Buller with ten members present. The afternoon's lesson was on the Inler-raclal problem In the .sotilh wllh parts taken on Ihe program by Mrs. Ida Tinker, Mrs. It. H. Jones and Mr:,. J. S. Blrch- fleld. Mrs. Whittakcr of Mllllng- lon, Tenn., who Is the house guest of Mrs. j. S. Illrchfleld, was a visitor. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Wilcoxcn will have as Ihelr gucsls this week, llielr nephew. Rev. O. C. Lloyd nnd Mrs. Lloyd from MoundviUc, Ala. Mrs. W. L. Segar.s Is visiting in Leachvlllc, Ark., Ihi-s week. Myron Nallllng of Memphis, sjjv.nl yesterday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nallling in O.'ceola. Mrs. Claude Thoniasun has been confined to her home here with malaria during the past week. ™ ,, £-d thiGU'sh this terrilory last spring on iiis way cast, but business did not permit him to stop over to see Ills aged grandfather. Nevertliclciu he premised that he was going to v.'hne him a letter. This morning : tlie letter came, wrapped up in a ; lnri;e package. Uncle Pink could | not imagine what such a package I could contain. He unwrapped It. and surprised lo lliul a. record in it. bill no letter. Only three wooden, cr bamboo needles were enclosed, within the package. No huiruc-! liens were contained. j Uncle Pink look ills strange 1ft-! tor lo the moving picture ov.ncr, I C. W. Tip'.mi. and asked him to play it- on his talking machine.! Imagine the surprise of the pus- j f.r>fcr when he heard the voice of his giundson. He told his grand-1 thai he wa:. sorry he could pared in a crvam saiuv spjii..vi-rv j quickly. Tin- null: sliculd D.- ;,^;i-.i ; j ly boiled if thorL' is any tna.^v •>. ! some o fthe dish b,-inu U'ft ov-v. i After Hie meal, it should l>° caaii'U • I very quickly and stored at ones ii: I the coldest part of th? rcjrisa.-.xr.),. 1 All creamed dishes should o ; u si .... :„ i within 24 hourb ai the most. : I Dread and bread cr;im,)a i\>r[.i:y.' I extra care during t:'.e sun-in.:v : : months. Buttered toast doc* IIDI"- I keep well and tho'jld be s'.ore:l t^;>. % ; araiely. Thorough tiryh:^ 1:1 thj. "- 1 oven prevents bread tan Miss Louise. Hale left Sunday for 11( .[ u: » e j,Ho see him, but requcst- a nionlh'.s slay at, Camp Joycellci l( | anil Undi.' Pink come out to s '\isr. him this fall. If Uncle Pink i Sliver Springs. Ark. She accompanied to Memphis by parents.• Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hale, i i i:ili ,„ a cn ,. ;iind Miss Nina Oliver. j \ lr 'fipton i lollon bullies by removing all labels aMd filling them with colored ( water. • Mit ' 1 'I d:cl no: come, he was coming for; An.artistic woman lias a modernistic row of shelves built on either side of her dressing table, with the back of the shelves silver BY SISTKli MAKV / M:A Sm'ire Writer The housekeeper finds that iiai : ond makes it possible to UK days increase her food problem, bread lor crumbing. Fiction; i,\i!;;. not alone in the planning vl meals ] ins; and sunning of the bre.uj on- bill in the buying and storing of ' lamer helps to prevent in.l-.!' staples and fresh produce. The Eitmmer heat and humidity or "sultriness" is most trying and doe-: much to mar the crispness andngr- fection of foods even if actual spoilage is averted. Well selected containers go far toward keeping food In y<xxl condition. Whether food is to bs slcred in an ice box or a cold ce!- lat, this is Important. Covered glass or earthenware, enamelwarc or aluminum -these dishes are cx- celienl for storing fo?d both rnw and ccoked. Most foods that are peilshnble keep bettei; if not exposed to the air, and lo Ihis end covered containers are desirable. To Tri'SiTvc Sofl Fruits— Seme soft fruits like berries keep i in iK-tisr shape if they are taken immediately from tlie box in which ' they were marketed and spread on a platter or large plate. Kce;> t!:em in a cool place ,lightly covered with cheesecloth or a wire screen If ferries must be stored In a refrigerator, they should be placed ir the warmest place. and bring him back. -.. played the other side Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fletcher nnd j of [hl . mfml anrl (j nclc Plnk hcam i ... .... .„..« .......... u..v,v . .jjn. ii^a.u Mrs. Ethel Williams, were Memphis] hls daughter. Mrs. C. H. Davis, who iKifed. Against . this the colorful tottlcs gleam nnd sparkle with real beauty. A single shelf arrangement is fine for a living room or studio. Ihe visitors yesterday. J. T. Coston and Misses Sarah and Mary Hale Ccston spent yesterday in Memphis juianaerr.-.p had failed, but rcgard- L>. M. Moore and Roy Dlllard | ]o ° f (t[ .' L " are on a month's motor trip;^,J through Uic west. Mr. Moore, who |"'' is the wholesale reprcrontatlve of Farmers Flour Mill at Ber-1 coio., win visit the mills|formtr Local Man lakes there, thgy will spend some lime, al Yellowstone Park and will at-1 lend the national rodeo at Chsy-' cnnc, Wyoming before returning,^ II. G. Shires, boy scoul cxecullvc Mr. and Mrs. Oco. Doyle havej :>'. Tupelo, Mlsj., nnd formerly prin- relurned from a visit with vela-'lHr.::! of the Iccal junior high lives in St. Louis and oilier Mis- j schnal fur three years, sponsored sourl towns. ' j the visit of the 2:1 eagle scouts to Mrs. L. D. Massey is shopping J the national capslal where they spending several duj's. A fea- • also lives in Orange, Calif. From tthat i'.:c said, money is as scarce Arkansas, since the ad failed, but regard- she wanted him to be i-cmc out and stay with j her and lit-r family for u long time. <. , . i/- •, ij JCOlltS 10 VlSlt HOOVer In Memphis today. Mv. and Mrs. R. E. Fletcher and' tun.' oi yesterday's program was the 1 small son hnvo returned to tlieiy ,\i-:i ivitu President Hoover, wiio is home in Norfolk, Va. r after a visil; n wllh iclallves here. ,' president of the Boy I Scouts of America, and who was Marsh Announces Dates for Week of Campaigning W. Paul Marsh, candidate for represenialive from Mississippi county, will conduct an Intensive speaking campaign in the norlhern end of the county this week, transferring his acliviiies lo Luxora and Etowah Ihe latter part of t!;e week. His dnlcs for the week follow Clear Lake school, Tuesday night; Huffman school, Wednesday night: Ekron school, Thursday nignt; Etowah. Fridr.y night and Luxova Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs! G. E. Thompson o Luxora Has Bridge Club j towns. S. M- Hodges was a business vis- , p.i-n-.c-rapl'.crt for news reels while j Itor fn Memphis yesterday. . ; : ,itj,ig W ith Mr, Shires and his > Miss Irmn Summers is spending j scouts, i a monlh with relatives and friends ' in El Dorado, Ark., and nearby Edward Tea ford lefl a few days LUXOHA, Ark -Thursday -cv t -1 a«o tor "a ^^...^'"P^f honor conferred on tas who reach nlng Mrs G. E. Thompson w;i> I Hardy. Ar.t., wheic he will .penu ,,.. ,...., ..... -. hosless to the four (able bridge the month of August. Frank Love of Jonesboro, clul; of wlilch she is a member and in addition to the club member;. Monday afternoon. In the Naomi : Bill, of Llllle Rock, arrived lasl „,„,.. ... cs , swcre [ nc i m i ct i m tip j dislrlcl suiwrinlendcnl of Kh.r»ii <,m,,n ,,-h^h ,« u t ,, ii,^ nioht fr^r «»„..-,! ,i^,.o «. ''' gu cs t ]i 5 | ' Al the conclusion of Hvr I DamsilaU liefliiing company, Inleresling games of lirldgu the | a business visitor her,; a Slierell group, which met al the church, there were six members night for sevvrM days stay with | Airs. J. c. Buchanan. They ac- present. Mrs. A. S. Harwell usaS i ccmpanied Mr. and Mrs. Duchanan the I3lh chapter of Second Co- j and daughter. Helen Frances, home Ark., wlio lias recently been appointed " the was few hostess assisted by Mrs. Elliol Wil- - days ago. Mrs. Ed Teafcrd and small son. Ambrose, kfl Monday for Aslic- ..,.,.. i - - ------, llBius served a salad course and rinlmans for the devotional and from Memphis where (lie baby has awarded prizes lo Mesdames J. D ..Mrs. T. E. King offered prayer. The \ pceiV in Ihc Baplisl hospital for | Hlrc5 nl)d jp ssc Brown and Messrs.) ville. anil RUIgeport. N. C.. where mission lesson, taught by Mrs. E ! several days. She Is now much orover Driver and J N Hunt. they will spend the month of Au- F. Blomeyer, concluded'the meel- belter. Mr. Buchanan, who is now ' ' ' "' '"B- 1 a Chevrolet dealer at Parkin, ..... Mrs. Arch Lindsay was hostess return there todny. :\r -, t \l V ,.], 15 f h h C e ^/Z 1 ,^^ 0 ^^; ! . *f: »"« ««-. f. O. Retehe, and jVlSltOV from.NcW ^Olk Psalm Entertained al Luxora Mrs. Tcaford will attend the SoutliwiKC Baptist Assembly al Ridgtuori, and Ambrose will spjnd the time In n boys' camp there. Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. Drake, Mi.-s Ruth Lynn Drake and Mrs. S.>J. am, ana Mrs nerman waipoie Ka nnA Mrs . Joc W alson, spent Sun- in prayer before a shorl program ! dny in carulliersville was given on Mexico. Mrs. Her- I Mrs ci-arlcs Altcls'on is si>°n'l ' schal Smart and Miss Cordelia Wil- j ing tod;ly ln Mempil , s . lute took parl on Ibis. A dsinty ice; L Rosentltal, of St. Louis Is at- course refreshed those present. ' Tlie El ma Elain circle was entertained by Mrs. Ches'.er Nabors Ark-Krid-xv niahl I L - vlm 5 i :lnl Sunday visiting friends Ark.-mclav nigm | n um!ng t on a iid McKcnzie. j tending to business and visiting Ills i son. Paul H. Rosentlial. and family. LUXORA. Mrs. Philip Ge i with a bridge parly her house guest. Mrs. Ralph S.iliba o[ New York city. The rooms wh.To she entertained her guests were Geoige entevtained ! JJ 1 ^ '"' parly complimentm;; 1 ';"'. This annual "flight" -.ibl3 by Hie cxcculive coinmltlc: o! ihr- Yucona committee to wiiich the scouts belong, ns an additioiul J ce Cream Men Involved in Tire Theft Charge Roy Hawkins, street ice creah made! salesman, was bound over lo a\vaii Ihe highcy. s;aittiii£ r.mi:. Wliile heir, until four years ago, Mr. E!i:rOo Y..IS active in boy scuut work. Boy Scouts of Manila Beautify Davis Memorial MANILA. Ark., July 2D.--The local troop of tr.e Boy Scouts continued their -,vcrk in tlie teautifi- calion of ihu Herssian Davis Memorial park, when eleven of the scwiH worked ci: ihc ground iliis mornins, cutting the tall grass and the aclion of Ihe grand jury b; Justice Oscar Alexander tnis morning on a charge of gran dlarceny. Hawkins is accused of the thef of "a tire and wheel • from Ernes' Deaelle, another ice cream sales' man. Hawkins charges that- thi complaint, against him is a frame up on the part of Deaette lo ge nim out of Hie "ice cream bust ness." This season of the year is diiii- ,iU for the keeping of left-overs he first precaution is to buy as tt!e as possible and thus avoid the ossibility oi having left-overs. It's good habit to use all left-over romptly. Cooked vegetables tha ave been simply dressed wilh but er for the first meal can appca r may be reheated in a crean auce or "scallop." This .change he dish enough to make II accept ble at tlie very next meal. Veoe ables or meats that have been pre- Jrutnbs and slices oi Livid ::i'.'.;;; . lot be allowed to a«u:nulai:: ;ii tivo' iread box. It, seems advisable to buy liouVj ind cereals in small quaiiim. -; ',.•;]];•. ' he- v/eathcT is liol. l^ci'.lv-i-v-.i'/'.o ccienls !cse ihc-li- i-iispii.;j, siui- lours are apl 10 b?L-u:nt' \::.^..^\ vlth flour weevils. Crackers ajul ready-tJ-s.':v. (.-,•- reals can be crtepod ii jiljcoii ;:i ti im oven for 10 to 15 ::i:iiu'.i : They must be thoroughly L:;O;._ bsiore serving to regain llu-Ii 1 lov- r crispness. The Editor's Letter Box Chamber -Nut Iiivulvcil tTo the cci;iur:> Tl\! nolli:t in your !s,n^ ii! July 28th calliiif; a meeting oi Jun:i- owncrs of Drainage District .N:). n- shows my name 0:1 the pan.m r-. president of Uie Ciiair.be/ a: c~ji-.- ir.ercc- and llu iin;irco!iu:i li.'.j thereby bL-ai created with \<;ni" thai the fjlinmber of Commcfoc :•>. calling this mecjing. Tnis is iiv^o.- recl. The Chamber of Ca::i::'.orc" has never discussed the matt?:-. ' signed the petition as an imliviti- unl property owner an;! 1:11 ^.'" president of the Cnarabrr of Coir. : merce and will appreciat: you: making this correction, E. D. Read Ccnricr NP-AS Waal In your purse The women of America arc getting the habit of carrying convenient flasks of Horlick's tablets wherever they go—handy luncheons that travel with them. Concentrated malted milk for shopping, sports—in the rush of the day they save time, relieve fatigue, hunger. H O R L I C K 5 weeds. They were aided by a man who efforls in their drove a : when nine members attended. For . Miss Ola Bob Harris has as her guest. Miss Hue Shelby of New Mad- Ihe devotional the Bible lesson on | rW . M o., who has been at her Inm, Take Time lo Be Holy was used K | llce Jimc- shc u lnstr ,, clor ,„ , N beautifully decorated with baskets by Mrs, E. E. Alexander who als" offered prayer. Mrs. Alvin Huffman led tlie mission lesson and in the social hour, Mary Ann Nabors gavf , r A |j 011 a reading. An appetizing saiiul j io rc( j pression and arl hcrir. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly relurn- \ ed last night- from a two weeks va-! In joyed by the guests after wlilch a delicious salad and ire course- wai, served nnd high score pvl?.e was awarded Mrs. Alvin Wunderlii'h :i/,c wonl lo Miss Helen course, served with iced drinks ar.d cake, made refreshments. Mrs. Sam Grimes was hostess to tlie five members and two visitor: of the Neal group. Alter the Bible r-tudy, Mrs. A. J. Livlngslon olfer Mr. and Mrs. E. G. BeUlcr. Mr. r.nd Mrs. James Bird, of Tyrom'ii,! were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Humphreys Sunday. They were, nc- • companied home by Mrs. Pnil _, . , . . . Wade and son, Danald. wlin wi" cd piaycr. A refreshing lemon ice j visit thcr( , a w ^ ck : was served. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Moss have re-! Ill the ROSC Walker Circle. Which ' mrniul Imm t mnnllVc ctnu .,1 - "Slen ^m-bcrs°L H donc gS J »ton Midu dottier ^^^ of Mr5 ' C1 " r!cS I! " Cl1 Sm ~ prescnl. Mrs. K. D. Marr used the 100 Psalm for Ihe Bible study and M M j c w , Driver Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knight nnd family spent Sunday ni^hl and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Arzo Cyjics. Mrs. Charley Springer was Ihc ' day atlernoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Shancylell of Half Moon were KiieMs ni Mr. Miss Mary Edith Siler has re- lun:cd from an extended visit with her urandmolr'?!- at Dresden,. Tenn. Rev. J. T. Wllcoxon. J. R, Wil- roxon.. jr., Mrs. Rhcnbiish. Nelson Scgraves. Dorothy Taylor. Bentrirs Ham?cy and Mary White arc at- inidini; the Eiiwortli Lca«ue train- inj! scliool in Jonesboro (his week. wl-->rr UPV. Willi-oxon and Mrs. n'neubush are bath instructors in Mrs. R I... Boyce returned to licr hon'.e m Newport-, Ark.. Sunday aflcr a lisit with Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mosdaitip.-. w. E. Hunt. F. I. Phipp-i. w. W. Prcwiit. and C. K SiilU'imo:. and Wadion Prcwitt j:'.. r^ick Prewitl alltl Cllas. Sultcnitrr, rclu:i:ed Sunday from a two weeks' stay in Uiloxl, Miss. mowing machine that was furnish- i cd by George Ruth. The man was '. paid by ir.i-al citizens who hart subscribed money to keep the park ' in Boccl condition. The boys who worked this morning were Bernis Fox, Vernu.' Ashabranner, Earl; Fuqun, Dnslcr Caraway, Delana | Wiseman. Roy Ashabranner, iMax \ Hutcliins. Herbert Poe, Je.=.sc t Gordon, James Wriglit, and Lloyd Campbell. Arkatlclpliia Pastor to Conduct Manila Revival Mrs? Saille Hublcr and .iaimlucr «''iarles SprhiRcr jr.. returned I <Ielplii;i Miss Mary, have returned home' hn!:u ' tmn Tennessee I-Yiday. i ^"l'' from a visit in Memphis. Mr. aisd Mrs. Charley Springer j *S-"-u Mr. ami'Mrs. Rodnpy 1 Km- ^ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert ""^ ' Class .'MiEtlnc I'lanncd. The Fidells Sunday school cUss _ , of the First Baptist church Umcrt- • nister have veUirnwl frnm .•-"veral i Hoskins and family and Mr. and ing at the church Friday altcrnoon.! days stay In Helena as RIIC^IS of' !llrs - Gcrdan Howard went on a 3:30 o'clock, for a business meet- '• Mrs. Bannister's sister. Mrs Fred !''Ju'iig trip Saturday, ing. All members are urged to at- ' Smith, nnd family, lend. . Mis. J. K. Garner and (hildicn.'lli^ . , , Anne aii'd Jean, of Helena, are lirn- . lor a week's slay with Mr. an:i Mis A. G. Little and Mr. mid Mrs Tn:n Little. Knro Sweat is on Ihr- list will re. the p:i district rc.iv.i] rhinr:: Have Swimming Parly and ; I)ancc. Sixty-five r guests. oyed Hi? : Mrs. Pearl rosier is visil-m i'live.s here for a lew day.-. Amoni; those v.'lm all-j. ,(hurcli at Lone Oak .Sunday •! cl- | Arkiinsa.s. will bryin I rr-,'lv:il meeting in M.'IIIL.I. i 1 . Monday. Aucur.l II. All l"i reuiembcr Mr. Bcarili ;i II ti-.:,i he has oflieialed in - ;»> |>rc.sidniR elder ol '.':.-,-; He uili be assi.stcd in ihe i"> tlie pastor nt tlir i'K-.ii li'-v. H. F. McDonald. A:- ' iri:r>rts ll:n mcctir.ii \Mli '-'•::hin the church, ar.r: irii '.l-.r as was first rumored. Lone Oak Items Mrs. S. W. Miixwei! and children. ': Harry. JaniM and Bobbie of BIy • llicville. spent S-ilurday allcrnoon . wltii Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill and daughter, Margaret were visitors 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis and family Sunday. The Misses Jewel and Mildred Maxwell had as their dinner gKesii Sunday Uic Misses Reggie and Oma Tiirnagr. Lillian Smith nnrl Thel- I ma Rifliaidson. Mils Editli Jnrrall of New Lib- I crty v.as a guest In Ihc home of licr relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jo? Walters. G.iiurday niijht and Sunday. Miss H.UL 1 ! Walker was a dinner guest oi Mi:-s Helen Hudge Snndav. A liuje crowd attended the revival n.ecting Sunday night. The mrctintj will continue every niglit for two we;ks. Everyone is invited to attend. A large crowd li'om Buv.-ieite ac- co;np.-inicd 1'ic Burdcttc ball (can: here Sunday afternoon. Monday • evening by Misses Helen j and Jane Barnes for their house- : d : Continue Anti-Typhoid i Campaign Over County Her Piles i lea led - After 25 \'e;irs Wednesday Entire Stock of Heller Dresses $ Margaret Robinson of Keis?r who : a v ' J5llov ln [t:c ,: lly | as[ ,' li '..' h . ''' is visiting Miss Martha Rohlnspn j A £Crlcs 0[ EClmcR5 V. ri , i,7 hf <,,. . Other wt of loan gues'.s ir.e-lmc;! ; Iivc , cd by lhi? Rcv M! ,^ h M , , Jimmie 'Carvell of Newport, /.'.i.-:l : Iawa .. . I5slcr o[ thc ^.^ ',,;,'._ • Blnsleteiry of Paragould, HirUr.i , tcri . lnn chur ch, at tl-'e O-cril- Pope/and Btiddj' Waraell o[ OKI- ! cnurc i, f0l . nve n ^ M ., f , , blv ..,.,. • °' :1 - -as prc-co:nmi;nion serviee^ •-. br At 9 o'clock llicy went for a swim . concluded Sunday nlghl. Tlir Mrv at the Chicago Mill poo! ar.d nt. c. Grecr Davis, paitor cf liiot c.-.i>- 10:30 salad, sandwiches and coirt ; ^regallc:i, will assi«t the Rcv MI drinks were served at the B.uiifs j Caltaway in the communicn Mies '• home before dancing, which made i at that lime, delightful entertainment until mid- j These special services arc to ir- njght. . . I gin- Wedncsdey n!;ht, 8 o'clock. Albert Hall took dinner Charles Springer jr.. Sunday. Alfred and Isaac Lanplcy al'.cnd- eti thc baptizing at Lone Oak Sunday. • ly :•]<!. with ' hcalii-, Hospital Notes •'.'-":l III MiS'.issippi r::;;r. i' mcmtcrs of t!;c conn;; -••'• arc contmuir.v: -.h". :r^,Ul-,5.l thC (il.-v-.i-. ••• '.S'< inrx-iilJlod K .;-.'i ••: 'sv.'.\ cfficr nr.i! i-'.ini'.- "•i'A in practical'.;- .il! -, , - N'ai^lic- Sniit'n. Mi.'.. Virsinln Al i!! tirai the Patients dismissed lioni (So niy- | Li:\n ;i tl-.cville hospital todny were: Mi». i and tii- J. H. Bolmian. Senalli. Mo., and . " "—-- —•• Miss Rowcna Campbell, Cooler, Mo. Re,-.d Co;i:ler Nc-fs'waat ads Mrs. George Wilkin.-on. M2 Chcslnu; St.. Richmenul. Mo., who wns entirely healed cf Piles and clhcr Rcclal 'i'roublc after suffering '2ri yrar.s, urscs all MifTcrers to write The Thorntcn & Minor Clinic, Suite 510. fi26 : McGce St.. Kansas City. Mo., tcr a new frrc co;iy- riRhtcd book v/Mcli tell.-- all alxiut ' hemorrhoids tpiit-si. |istiil;i and r.lhcr forms cf rectal disease and which fully fxplnir.s a .safe, .sure mild trcntmenl. that has restored more Hun 4ft.QDO alllictcd people to renewed health. There is no cost or obligation.—Adv. Mimiea|>o!is Wear Hayon H!(iomcr.-i, Itayon Comhiiiiitions Children's ;iml Misses Ucai'h I'a.jiimas, Silk anil Wool ami Cnllon Print Sim Suils. 15 Per Cent Discount ilals 59c Olher Straw.-* llall'-Prii-e "Popular Price Department Store"

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