The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 7, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 7, 19S9 >. K 'ViylocV^f Companion IJlylhfylle^ rjt t- tvUIlZ THEATEE '. KHZ THEAT ' H *-to •«*"CHAN-IN JRENO' FLAPPER FANNY Afttnwwi Party Miss Martha Anpa Lynch and M'Sb Patty Shane, v\ere hostesses to 13 guests at an'afterii'on bridge party yesterd-ij at the Shane home The Shane residence was made - c'o|orfii) b> \ases ot 8'adloll from the Ljiichs garden, and arrange menls of ether summer flowers High* yore prlre in the bridge games was presented t> Miss Jane Branson -while Miss Mary Spain Usrey received a prize for bidding and,making the most little slams iA froaen fruit salad plate vvas served to the guests nho Included Miss* Dorothy Bcbinson, of Leach- •yllle Miss Frances Little was a tea guest Entertain Uub 28 ,iyifh Dance al Club 1 Mr 'and Mrs L E Old, Mr and Mis' George D FMIock and Mr andlMrs .Max B Reid entertained , roofers /of Olub 28 and four guests-Mr i and Mrs Jessec Stlt erd Mr 1 and Mrs,R 'A Nelson \\ith a^d'ance at the Woman's club last ni'lvt ' "Siasta daisies 'in colorful \a e were arranged abou(, (he ballroom •nvi were used to bank the man lei and also for* th.e centerplcc of the refreshment table A tuppei, vas served at mid rurit after the guests had dance fqi three hours -s Have Business Ahjctlnff Ivfefibers <f the Woman's Mis stonary society of the First Metho <J[sl bh\tr«h who met at the churc Monday pfterno.n dlscu^ed th bir s 5 - ot the 1 group It was deeded that the fourt M ' t rKetiru of the W M ' i* " elHniiUtcd during tl - r* A Juli and August A' A Sti-kmon was cU lv the idLvqltonal and r ro er 1 nude \>\ Var OIL, c,on \oia -v Personal sunburn lotion, snake seuim, poison ivy halve, mosquito netting—yep, that's all Gee, I wish you weie going, Bits of News Mostly Personal* ....,,„ Dorclhy Hvlee is. spending (his week' In HI Dorado where she is attending the Young a>cop\e's district conference of ' Naxarenc churches, ''.:•". Mr. and Mrs. riaympnd Zachry and children aiid Mrs. B. P. tiardln left loday for Lbckcsburg, Ark., to be with Mr. Xacliry's father'; B. H. Zachry, who is seriously 111 at Ills home (here. ' / Mrs. S. !?. Tinker, of .Walnut nidge, was Ihe guest of her son. II. K. Tinker, and family over the hclldays. Herman Tinker accompanied her liomc for an cxlended visit. , ' .;' j Mr. and Mrs, Tom Bradsher, Miss I.Annie Fisher and- Miss Annabel or the baseball game between the emphls Chicks and the Southern All-Slar loam Mrs. Sallic Hlibler will 'go to cmyihts tomorrow fcr a week's •ill with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jitbcrl'Slalllngs id daughter, Virginia, and son obert ( of lijanllton spen csterday and last night, with M id Mrs O N Hiv-klns Lrc act ompani^d here by Mr awklns sister Mils Lnla Doyl where the offices are being transferred. Miss Jean Chiles'will go to Memphis tomorrow to sing over WMC at eleven-thirty. She will be accompanied by her m:ther, Mrs E. S. Chiles, Jlmmle Chiles, and Pejgy Chiles. Miss Madeline Ellen Kdrington and Mary Etabclh Balloue left this morning fcr a motor Irlp to Biloxi, Miss., wlicre Miss Edrington I will be the hduseeucst cf Clark ShauBluiessy of Chicago. Mji £haughnessy with hLs aprents b> spending (he summer at their home on the Gulf. Miss. Balloue will visit an aunt (here. They will be away two weeks. ' .' : : A Letter From Mother Mrs, Hugh West, of Memphis, To Hold Services For Deaf Tuesday I Services for the deaf of Blythc- villc and vicinity will be .conducted Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock ,iil the'Lutheran church, Sixth.and .Walnut slrccls, by the Rev. N. P luhlis, of St. Louis. Rev. Mi. Uhlig is one of 22 jvuo, nub" ,,*••"', «- '•- —>:•-.--•, -inc ucv. ivii. unng is unu 01 ^^ was before her recent marriage, Luther?.!! missionaries who are Miss Clc'o Vaughn, of Cooler and, servin g (i lc ( [ ea [ 0 [ this couniij Memphis. too!': flowers of golden hue foi the occa | nnd Mrs Denny Wilson, all o s l wll Dyersl urg, Icnn , Mi and Mr hre ierededdlu VMS rscue, ol R^.ey, 1«m MWDd, . Till. Rev Boarden wi re jmphls, Mi and M of Wilson and Mrs R. E, il l°ave totiiy f:r Co reminiscent of filly jcars of lapplness ihe la guests urn were icgis- tt ed were served fruit pinion, ia L mints nnd mils through ut th* iiiiriioon bj the oldest grand- D^r^s™ ° ll ' k nlKl "assembiraiid MrsV Bearden borothv Djess ^ ( ei |( H| Lylm ,„ They will A haii 'some array of gifts many und telegrams of go d wishes abd and niece Mary L it White ho will spend a month here Mr nd Mrs. Si'alllng's went to : Men} ti day to be the gnests of Mr nd Mrs. Beverly L. Clark befor eturnlng borne. Mr and Mis nod L Giable wer called to Tru'mann last night be cause of the death of Mr. Grable ir.ther, Mrs. J. T, Grable. Miss'Louise Adams of Shrove port La , Is spending ten days he with Mis W E Adams and Mr Mabel Walts. She was motored he by Lo n Adims and son Robe who returned home Wednesday. Mr incl "\trs J W Dunn J 'f Union Cltj Tenn will arrl ."midny to spend a Meek hete Ml Afis Dunns molhei Mrs C " Hires. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham returned last,night fr:m a vftcatlbn Osecola Socicly -— Personal Irs. Alirey 'Enlcvfaiiis Tbe interior cf the Georee Abrey me presented an attractive set,ii!! with many baskels of old- asbioncd flowers Including Shasta •usics. /.Innias and gtllardlas for He net only "signs" to Ihe deaf, but at the same'lime preaches to their hearing friends, who are always welcome If interested in llie cause, the ticv. II. J. Klelndien.t paster of the local cliureh, said lotlay. 'IVenly-two deaf, who live within a radius of 35 miles have been contacted by the Rev. Mr. klcindlcnst, who says they Iwc shown a deep interest in this new mission. GIVE YOUR FIET THIS COOLING LIFT And you'll step with new pep-as you really fio places this euninier. Summer or winter you can get real col"- (ort in your slices by shaking In t\|e'xi- can lleat I'owiler or rubbing your feet with it. It will soothe and cool those 'hurl-toot misc'rics"lliat make you dfag around like the year [iad done youwrpng. A dash of lalciim won't give you the same rcsulls. Mexican Heat I'osyder conlains real medication, ll's a great port der (or chafe irrilalinns any where— especially foe babies. Get Mexican 1 Icat I'owilcr loday. from your drug'store. Complete Line of WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Water-Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 S. Second , I'lionc 311 i t E Dell Young Men's Club Elects New Officers he buffet supper and bridge Wcd- The Y.;ung Men's Club of Dell, Y. Jaies received with, j llans for assislillg ln a civic en _ ey and presided al me lcrprisc nl a mceling last night vl. The guest list Iniluneri , ,, , „ aariculture buildlnz of Mrs. Abrey pimcli bowl. iiuby Grain ot Wilson. Award winners were Fay Faulk- Cromer and !4oula held in the agriculture building of the school. Noble Gill was nained president; Tull Johnson, vice .president; Lester 'Gill, secretary; James' Tidwell, treasurer; M. F. Brownlee Jr., re- Marion Kochler, sergeant At lici Miami, Ila homo jubi Unt Ruth Bratnan Rubens 9 icaus a letter, lirsl \\oid he has received from her mother, Mrs. Ruth Mario Rubens, recently freed from a Soviet prison afler and her husband Adolph ariested on esoionage -,,.irgcs Mis Rubens vuole that Jie guls step-father wont be with us any more.' spent irt New York city and other omts in the eastern states They ner, Virginia Munn. 4 I Among the Sick lt .^. v ^., Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., ol j a turm's. Driver, is a patient in the Mcthp- . TI,I S er ;ui) will have for its.first dist hcspital at Memphis following project of the new year cooperation an operation for appendicitis earlier, | n obtaining artesian water for the mine week. • • •"• j town of Dell, it was announced fol- Mrs. Roy Dillard is a patient at ; l:wing the meeting. the Baptist hospital In Memphis i —--— '-. uhere she underwent!an . opera- Manila Boy Becomes lion Tuesday morning.' ' | .» ' • ., • r> '•.• .'A Mrs. Sallie Meadows, mother of! Hospital Patient Again Mis. B:b Dodsoii, is seriously a few dass after lie was ietno\e ir:m the hospital following, an op eration for appendicitis. His condition is very good an he is expected to be able to relur home within a few days. Coolest Spot in To\\u Watch Society P«fe Oi Courier News F« Free Show Guests NOTICE R!TZ PATRONS The. Ritz matinees will 'he shown at the Roxy Theatre until Fiidzn of lhi& «eek due to making- rcpaiii, but tho night sho«s .... -iV Jul> 13. - „-_..— - Mlss Ca tiierine Tennyson, of and happiness]_ \vcic received b l , Al ^ ul (pin,, Mt is Mslllng her and Mrs Dycss , , Ihis was a l\upps diy for Mr ^ ! *\U JvfrS Ibs^ssrnotr only because it o'' \aa llicli golden \\eddlti" dij," Mrs Chailej Thomas, and Mr Thomas, foi several .weeks. «Ktei win-v, <»» **,^ -.~v— — a{, (he home of her son, Peyton : Three limes in the hospital with- it fended : : Ihe World's Pair while ,Meadows. . '• : in a month is the record made by lhr>v worn nwav. .... T .i... \yhile, Mrs. A. F. fonr-lear-old.-, Carl Tipton III of \\crmn Pastor Ordains Son PORTLAND Me (UP) — When the Rev Hilda LibbJ I\c<; assisted \l the ordination of her s r n Charles t-. : the congregational-Christian miinstrj at the Willnlon church she took her place at the same altar where she herself was ordained and .where she had .officiated at the marriage of her two daughters " iVLla .iJUIIll lYitil^i «uo. *>•• •»- • «•-••*. r Giasc-e and Mrs. Ira Wright, all Manila, s:n of Mr. and Mrs. Jack of whom have, been ill for several Tipton. ' ' ' ' "^.f *1 -V X \ 4£? ~ IK. Mrl Will Uovaii there but because all of thcii children vra i d or, &ui dy, Juij. 2 ,a le- e eept one, and grandchililien were uruoi i the SUvntoru fcmiij A', thue to nelp them celeorate Theh noji' i Jicnlo baibs u? "italic VMS aali hlus. Miss Myrtle Dicss Le STY*, on the from, 1 wn inere |and Mi-s, Mrs Riy r Millei, Vifch/.Alilv-fve «ue,f» pie^ent in- Memphis,, lenn , Mrs J J Turner c!ucUi« Mr and Mr; G W fetan Uiior Miss, and theh son H B f«.Vd Air and Mrs, Ilariy btanford L-ess Little Rock and their gmul- audson Mr and Mrs curie How- children, Nlnamave Clark Manam and two chtdrui, Mr and anna Billev, Larl Bailey Ji cf __ _ _ ., Mrp^Will Howard 1 Hixoia their .Grenada Miss, Homer Dj'css Ji daughters. Peggie and-Jane Coop- (lau=htcr Dixie of Memphis Mrs I of Turrcll, Ark D lotlvj Bobby - -- I hey Were away. Mil Tom r Maitln an 1 daujn i •'"f Virginia have leluriuJ ficm Ean nancisco Calif v,hcre - e ^ u -Hrmjr^ed 'b^t"^^^: ; "Se" ehlW' -iw brought^ "the 1 * sp-m, Uvo weeks Thej a 1 ,) " K ,VlhenTomes i Walls hospital today to have his ended the Tin and -slopped ali""« lluv • ... .•••••. , mmAv hung drained. This resulted from pleicsthjE points in the West I Mrs Speiice \V Uiams Is Iniprov- , = umonia: , which caus ed:him,.to rliej .(ere accompanied by if ing the. .Mellioulst. hospital in \i ^ pa j je > t thert , for s 0rab t | mc , hor-lmale of Miss Maitin Horn Memphis.. . ,,, r .., „, ! the illness having Steclc-Coolcr Society—Pei spnal r S Coopei and grand- RubjfBe&sle 1 ,, Mrs Walter Hardm r-nd diuahteri Ruth Helen and •Will GlacMen all of Lexin'ton, lenn Mr ana Mrs Henry £>ton- Jord' Mi and Mrs Jip Redden, Eiirl, Air and Mrs Walter Divls of Tuisa, Okla,' Mr and Mrs W K Jthnson of Bruceton, Tenn Mr) and' Mrs E S Momtt and d^ujhter, Margaret M mil, of LU\ oia and the Plerson family ol , Lexington, Tenn , j ' » • * ' Misslcn^ry Societ) Meets Thirteen memlers of the Baptist Missionary sccloty met ot the church* en' Monday attern on for the* mttsioir-stlifly 'period led by Mrs ,Jchn Thvveatt Mrs Thweatl prgsenled the last two chapters of and Billy Djc^s, of Osteoh - er, "aka Mis," Lulu Doan, June A jBrovvn and Sue Biooks:lcft Wed- uuu oiny ui«-^.i ^i ^juw^v.. • i ±>rovvn anil sane JSIUUKSIUII .ytv*- daujliter, Mrs Larl Bulcy of,ncsdav for a weeks vacation spent Grenada ftas unable to attend _ t ^ le cooper cabin at Riverton, Other member of the Immediilc I whlch ls on the c i c vcn Point Hivcr. family who were present \\erc Mrs ; - -•--• "•-->- —i W R Djess, Oace la, Das 1 Millei the* study, to Help Oth«rs ,ce la, J J — Turnci, Otlra Memphis, and - Out of town relatives present ' , )mmy mrt J L , r) vseic Mrs W L Driver a cousin', r!) ,,^,. . Im , n c: , cf Mrs Djess who read some orlg inal verse dedicated to Mr. nnd Mrs Djess Mrs Jim McGulIee and Mr ind Mis J N Bass nil ot Monticello Miss Mrs ftim Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin 01 ark and children of Number Eight, Mr. and Mrs. Basil McClure and sons, Charles aiitl 1 ranees. Jones df Cooler >dij at Mnplewcol ns e"esls ol Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Evans. Miss Coiilla Kearney returned lo her home al: Cooler in a German become A Chrlslian Mrs Tnweatt announced the sc lecti n of the next mission study to be The 1 Jesus Way , a. storj of, the Indians r Echoes 'were heard -from the , Northeast jArkan as Wcmin's Mis sionftr> meeting held >ff Paragould on June 14 from the members who attended ~ ' * • * •lily Va,calion Bible School Held * T»«nty-eight were enrolled m.lhc Dally Vacation Schcol conducted bj ' the Rev 'and Mrs L P Bearden at • ihe Methodist cnurch last week ! Lfurell^ Cumpi,ell, of SI Louis, assisted nth the music and during Ihe recreational period : 'ifs B°arden taujht the primarj class and the Rev Bearden supervised the' .Juniors Chllds and Harcld Smith, of Hazlc- Ivurst, Miss « * * 'Mr. and Mis. Louis Spann had as Wielr guest last week Mis Spann's sister, Mrs. Joe Dean, ot West Memphis. Mr. Dean came up SundSy for the day and vvns accompanied hcmc by Mrs., Dean Sundi> afternoon The ri'ev. J. T. Rcnlro. pastor of the Dell Baptist cliureh, filled' the Lux:ra Baptist pulpit al Ihe morning and evening worship hourb in Ihe absence of the regular paster, Uio Rev. L. P. I'lcnimlns. He was ictompanie-l by hh wife nnd Jin'ghter, Pitsy Marvin Spann, who has been visiting with his aunt, Mrs R D Eberdts, and Mr. Boerdts, In..Baton Rou?E, Li the past three weeks Is expelled home Thursday accompanied by Mr, Ebcnlts ambulance from Ihe Walls hospital in Blytbevllie Tuesday and Is slovv- Keld relurhcd Sunday from Sikcslon where she has )y Improving Mrs. W. C cl Samuel r Nonis and danghtci Rcen huve returned from bin cm Spi n°s \\heic they spent the holi da>s with Mr Norrh parents Mr Mrs. J. Bennett Norrls, and family Cecil Chine nnd daughter Mis Patlv are spending todaj In lonesboio Mis J L Bcisley his ictuined from Cane GIrardeau where sne spent a few dass vviln her fraud mother, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. ! Dr. John K -• -Springs, and Dr. and Mrs. Driver aoland aiid children, of Shrevc- ccrl, l.a.. spent yesterday here a-, Ihe guests of Dr. Roland's daughter. Mrs.•Orvtlle Mitchell, and Mr Mitchell, and friends. Charlrs Rnmey, of Chicago, !i> siicndinj two weeks here with ^lils parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. "* "" icy. and family. Miss Helen Tindal is spending he weekend in Memphis ricnds. - , , , Miss Vcra Elizabeth Coodrlch „ nine-year-old s:n of'^ c in ™> 5 havins ^een^cntracted Jim"parncll, 'living 'on the H. F. mgBHHilMHBBBKEaBEB Ohlendorf farm s:uth of tovvn, had lie . misfortune . to get his right land caught in a disc harrow vlille helping his father Tuesday nbining.'-The thumb was mangled o badly that it was necessary, to amputate above the first .joint. He s doing nicely. • ' Paul Dietrich, and Leslie Vincel. Roland. , of- Hot been »l'the bedside of her mother, Mrs. David Lumsden, her brother, returned home with lier. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Llndscy nnd .n, Jack, left yesterday for their home in Detroit. Mich., after a visii here with Mrs. Leonv Huey anrt other relatives. Mrs, Bob Bushing and- Mis LorDiio Rushing ivSTc visitors' h Canithcrsville Wcdncr.ilny. Misses Lorenc Rushing and Dpri Burnett vvero guests ot J. B. Hus bands and Ivan Monison of Ely ,ic»ille. at- (he Bivcliclor 'Club' dunce al Blylhevlllc. Monday nlBh Mrs. Aithur Taylor. Mrs. Ralp Rushing, Mjsses Linda Taylor an Margaret McClure. were visitors in Mary Conference Virginia Scgraves, van the sucst in of Miss Butonne over the weekend. Mrs. A. P. Dietrich and Mrs. J. E. Bcaslcy spent 'yesterday in Me Wils:'n' and Belly Ann Whitworth left this morning for Cpnway where tii'ey will attend the annual Young PC:'pips Conference of the Methodist churclics In Arkansas held at Hcmlrix College. They were accompanied by Ihe Rev. R. E. L. Bearden Jr., pastor cf the Lnxora Method 1st-church, and Mrs. Bearden. The party will return Tuesday. - ' , Miss Mary Allen Edringlon, accompanied by Mrs. Julia CKvcn of Luxova, vlsilcd Bard Edringlcn Seldcn, a cousin of MJss Edringlon, at Hollyw:od, Miss., this week. ' MrV and Mrs. William Ellas and have returned from a visit In Cairo, III. Miss Vivian Fairlcy of Murphy, N. C.. spent the weekend and Fourth cf July with her parents. BUY HOW PAY THIS FALL! ['IRES, TUBES/RADIOS ['ARTS, REPAIRS, BQB'V Ralph g RENDER WORK, AN1J PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW--. PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Always Open as usual. , he al the S S § S 5 ? 5 S FHIOAY, JULY 7 200 GOOD RE-ASONS ALSO 25 MORE REASONS Win You Should Attend Matinee or Night S 5 "5 $ S S S S Admission always lOo 4 2fjc Matinees Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Friday-Saturday AnnabeHn gets her fella! it's Also selected' shorts ; - • Hsu RuBcrs .Cn.lljrcath—the One tcgjed .'ittcrbug Swingstcr, iii .Ibc 'Slrailgcr Than Fiction" reel. .Mr. Cultirealli is from . Caruthersvilh;. Admission Matinee 106 & 2Gs Nijlit ICc. & 3Gc /•'• , ,' ; Alsa carlnpn & serial "Lone Ka"E- cr'RUins Again." Continuous show lalurday. : Sunday - Monday Elolse namcy and Miss ,.... Couglais. Miss Wade formerly lived here. . Mr. and Mrs. H. will lenvc licxt Fi'iday nn of Ihe wcslern states. They plan to stop in San Francisco, Los Angeles Portland, al Lake Louise. Vancouver, and Chicago. They will go by train. Saturday THECftSE QFJ THE MURDERED! DIVORCEE! IN RENO lONEY TOIER or^« Co/TII • rfn^ii Brofflii m 5vnwtcv"rnt,- Strt Yvng nc Xkh'rc^d • Eddift Cqll^n. glint Mwi. . Kv/U..a^r J|l4u1{t Htniy, Rctxrt l«v^lry | A lOlli C..-.!v,y-Fo; Fklvo Also cnrlonh >V serin) "liucK -Ups- cn." ALSO liOGEKS" CUIiBSlEiVni — ONK "LEGGF.1) .HT'l'ERBtIG from Caruliicrsviiic. - p ildin!-sion (ill 5:00 p.m. Kir. & 20c After 5:CO p.m. ICc ,ifc 31"c Cnnlinuous sho',^ Sunday-Monday After •i Aiiei n««" Friday mominz, the . i members of the scho.l were motored I? to 'Grfrler pirV f r a piciile lunch L 11 - feoldCTi^Wed^lngUnnivcr ary *i ' t An; occasion ot ^unusual mi«r«;i "* at LuXora'vras the inlonnal recep- i*- t!6nTheld1aV"the ccuntfy'horn? of /-Mr'and Mrs^V/'H Dyess ^n July J t i j ln*fJt>s'eryance of their fiftieth I '" ^eSiSngjannrversVlry. 1 ^ ^ Us'\ and?Mrs • Dyesj were mar• rUnl tA^ Mfliml Carmel.' Miss. on Mr t>nd Mrs O r Seals of Clirksdalc, Miss were weVend luestscf Mr and Mrs R L Houck Mr and Mrs R T Ballcw Had -s th°ir gueit ovtr the weekend their daughter C3a:rgnnui Bille\v Air and Mrs Dudloj Shinks are .isHing ill Mammoth Sprni'l Clarksvllle, and Fort Smith Ari mpy w-lll rcUtrn Tmrrsday accom rallied by an aunt Mrs. Ben Chinks, of Tuto, Okln Mrs Ruby Beaslcy of Lexington, rtnn, spent the vvcelond with her Blythcville Tuesday At The liospitali New England minlslcrs for timln, their sermons, and sometimes the sand was run through tour limes. The atomic energy In a single drop of water, if it could be released, would furnish 2CO h:rsc- power for n whole year. Momtt Hliss, on July' 5,^ 1893aai J the vhom^ of the brUteVparenti Mr 'A lf N\^ase, an • a> uncle*of the,brid^ VjVio" performed l~ trf?'ft«t'*ee«rncny was, present to I 4 ' pay,WbUten>nhis,happy psir.oii I « i^.* 1 .^momentous''occasion,,, their •- -'— Jj! - r ^ay Mr Bass rc^Q K Johns 11 a \lsit with Mrs. mitted. Jerry Handle James, Deerlng, admitted. Miss Juanit.i Bjllard, Manila, admitted. Carl TlpUu lit, Manil!). admitted. Nancy Elizabeth 1'cun, city, dis- mirscd. Ollie Otinler, liayll, dismissed. «l)llie\ltlc llrapital •Jlarold Rosenthal, city, dismissed. Misi Hazel Giirle.?, city, dismissed. Wlnfred Moon. Warrjcll, admitlcd. Memphis Bapllst Hosriilnl Mrs. J. W. Hall, Kcisor, admitted. Vcrnon Cole, Durdcttc, admitted. Memphis' St. Jpscpb's Hospital MUs Ruth Head, city, admitted. Memphis SI Josephs Hospllal Mrs. Homer Ecvcnsoii, Leach - vllle, admitted. Bister, Mfs _.. Mr and Mrs iriived Sunday ... Mr and Mrs Wil H.ward Mr Johnson returned home Tussday while Mrs Johnson remained for a weeks*visit i Mrs Walter Harden of Leslng- ton, Tenn, arrived Siturdiy t spend Ecvert.1 dais with her pir- nts, Mf nnd Mrs G W Stanord, ftrtd other relatives nelati\es torn a distance \vho atten(t?1 the John Corkran funeral A rait-iurant !n Lancaster, Pa., *cre Mr and Mrs Henry Escue j m al>e& a tp^ctaUy ct ! 'beer 'dough- dauztytcrs Anjils and Mary ] nufs," mixing bier with the batter, SNOW WHITE & LIGHT CRUST APPLY THEM ON-VALUABLE MERCHANDISE NOW ON'DISPLAY AT 221 \\. MAIN ST. OR THROUGH UNION BAKING CO. :\|so I'ararncniit Nc\rs, Shorts & nOGERS CUtCUEATH. ^ '' Cnnliniious _. Atlm. Sunday All Day 16c Adm. Jlonday JIalince 10c &.26c NSjIit I0o it 2017 WEST MAIN ST. SPECIAL - For 'Thursday, . Friday, Saturrlay and Sunday gladiolus $1 pr Doz. CASH AND CARRY 'S HOME OF FLOWERS W

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