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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 8, 1939
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W, sl> PAGE «TWO' BLYTHEVILLE, ,(ARK.y:COURIER NEWS . COURIER NEWS COMHlSifeSTARY TICKET Ithft flckej Yflh Admit O, G. KedriUft i Comp-inlon e In Stiches tht— felTZ THEATER -to "$TAGECbACH" Social v Calendar MONDAY' EVENTS Woman's Mlssionarj society, First Methodist churchj meeting thr& o'clock a.t cfilirch Business and Professional Woman's ,cluh meeting 7.45 o'clock With Mrs C Holder Circle One, Woman's MhsW.iry Union, First Baptist church, meeting 230 o'clock ulth Mis Llojd Sflckmon; circle Two, at church; Circle Three,, Mrs Cornclim O Scherer; r circle Fouf, Mis J W AUtefi; circle Five, at church; Circle Six, Mrs J T Smilli woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting tin re o'clock at church preceded by nf- ttrnoon circle nicotines nt 2 30 o'lpcd t Biislnbs Women's clicle, Woman's Auxillhrj, Ffist Picsbytcimn church, meeling /I 30 o'clock church ' , Mrs C, T Shamllii and Mrs George jttwnta entertaining Womans Missionary wretch, Lake Street Melhti<llst chuidi, 2 30 o'clock at., chlircfi , , TUESDAY'S EVEN1S 'Mrs" John P Rejiiriilllcr entertaining Tuesday Contract club Order of the Eastern Slat having stated Meeting 1 30 o'dock a I rfall ElisinisS Women's Circle, Woman's Missionaiy Soclcli, mil Methodist chiifch,! meeting at rhe church 6 -?5 o'clock lo Icinu on a *lericr roast WEbNfeSDAY'S EVCN1S Mrs Willlafii Yoiine enUi l-tlnlng ADC club' - MYs C P Tucker liming TMri and Country .club , Double Tour Bililge club meeting ulth Mrs John Foster , _ , FRIDAY'S EVENTS EnvKooii Cemeteiv Association meeting three oclocX. ullli Mii Charlie' Johfison ' Son Is Borrf A Eon.^as born to Mr and Mrs C B Wood Jr, last night, il the Blylhevlile hospital The baby, \\lio weighed five and three fourths jx^n'ds, has beeh named Charles Befiton Wood lit Mrs Wood h the former Miss Clma Louise bails . 'if, Snndiy School Class Efi'fHaifiHi By Ttacher ^ Members of the Ladles' nlble class of th£ First Methodist church *fete entertained at a psiitv last nlsht bji their teacher, rinnk C DouglfSs, and Mis DoUglas Mrs E B Williams led the devotional and Mrs Sullie Hnu'er presided ovef- the business session After She" Meeting, Mr imd Mrs Douglas entertained the members and Mrs L C Potts of Lav,rence- bure, Tenn, ^houseguest o( Mrs L M Burnette, with a social hoiu at Jhe Rustic Inn Refreshments of sandwiches,) Ice cream and Iced drinks were served • * i *re Guests t)f Club _Mrs, ( Biil Crlhfield, of Osceoln, ' vflcrttiij nltu noon' \i Itul when she cnlcrlulnrd mi-mlais o[ bl-mlcnmajr-i wo i (he Ihursdny Contract club with Hennrds Hospliiil Uicic inrty In Ihe bildgc coui >, willed to Mis John i< losicss sen id , , , i h ' sl) 5fclc l nnv pit Lcnll Jhe Mi •, ami AiiEuU Meetings Cincellcd Meeting'; of the Woman's Couu cil of Hie (list clulillnii cluncli duung (lie tnontlis ol .lulj ind Aiigu-t ha\e been cuncellcd with the e\ceiiUcin of one inccllng the flrst Mondiu In AuglKl, Ml Ellis, piesldcnl. salcl,tolav Tho August 7th mi'eting vU MSSlOH Of lilt- im.,bl|)]| J G ulisdij Hhcic UH.J fBthu Di M I "ho 1 in ujo bt RoMiisoii ntldidtii Dj Miss Pnllj Shunc of Miss Utiu Wcln'ieii; cntoitnincd Itic llnusdn) nlglit Irldgc club (Iris neck Miss Ilcmlcp Witlinn won lilgh score iuui Mrs. Chu: Hnirlb won setoud Hie gninc \(nc followed bj a lovelj snlnd plnlb nnd Mr. nml Mrs. Waller . ililldicn and mK | Allen spent the 1th (it ifmdj Ru mil MIC nignic Hull nnd Mts John Benrden nltcndecl n W !«. , T<Vl & Zonc '" cell "G In \arbio on Ml. <1 » . 1ft„. , t o nt the homo of Wrt n M Deck t ,o U| , Lcachville Society — Peisonal Mr and Mis R A Mooie of Sikeslon, MO, «crc iueits of Dr. and MJS A E Robinson Wednesday C O Hall and familj and Mrs. Etta Hall nil of Memphis, have fc ffelson were' E L Bleed a , hiovcd here to make their home today afternoon, when she enler- of relative, Umed rnemhfrs ol her bridpc club Gljnn Fouler i party at her home fnmlU Van th Jr., decolatet Ul . e &latto » werc played had « Eugene and J T 1urnbo« James Iiiriaj Mr,, ami' Mrs. Albert Johnsoi nnd Jcrrj me spending tin wcelt In El Doiarlo as guest's of rein the Ml 1 -; Pcpqj Suiitli of iiiniblc Tciin., IG the gucr.t ui her clslcr Mis. Willis Ifciiidoli, here. Mr. nuti Mrs. Has Mcl'licrson of I'onllac, Mich., have been the eueslr, ot relallvcs here nhd lh Cnuhvcll. Mo., for Ihc imt livo (weeks. They plan lo return home I Friday. •'Mrs. Gallls Hall of Fine DlufT Is visiting here and in Kcnneft this li-cek. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roderick, Mr. And Mrs. Howard Mayes nnd Miss Bernlce visited friends in Joncs- horo, Tuesday. James Moiehenil 111 of Coiiiin- Hi, Mo., was ihe guest of Miss Dorothy Robinson the first part Stanley ilnncocl r outing m Brdeii ' l ™ Ecorer and Mrs secorld high Rupert Ciaftoii, Refreshtnents ««re sened at the conclusion of ihe Wmes t » . Has Club Parfj- Gladiolt and other summer Hou- Emmanuel Community (lave ricnlc on Foil i IU Mr. and Mrs. vj|. fi |i Douglas c -n. . - _ o ,.o,,. ,„ 01 teltnmc(l KL' vllh a picnic nt Louis and Springfield, Mo the !llclr llom ' c "» ll 'C I'ourlh ot July, eucst ol relnllvc.- Tllc B"IT,| list include;!: Mr. nu'd Mr.-ami Mrs. Jellle Hodges wore Miss Mae Anderson 1; \tsltlng friends in Memphis this week. Mrs Mat} Ro=e will lenie Sunday for a two weeks visit, in of ils week. FLAPPER FANNY Py Sylvia . Mis. Carl Wallace and family; Miami Mis, .!ca While ar.d family; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wliilc and dauBhler, rafeiiicili; Mr. aiul Mis. Ira Nlckols and diui-.-iitrr, Ramona. and bclu-Rtd Colin. After the basket lunch had ln-cn r-crvctl, the group, \\cut lo Walker Pork where the younger members of Ilic party weiit swimmini; , m \ t | )c ol( ) cr gv.csU attended Hie midKci nulo races. 'j^YjSl bet I'm mad! Pay ; . dime apiece an' tf S(SO claik v , . W.6 dldn t sef> a tKino- " Mr. mid Bits. Baker nmt . Airs. Jasper jairatt cf Ttirci- Rivers. Mich.. n n .j M VS . Herbert. Cita- Imin. of Biytlievillr, v ,- e rc tlic Sal- urdy gucsls ol Mr. and Mrs A I vie JnrraU. Mrs. Troy Mar . Bits of News Mostly Personal! ~~ . ' " ii'i.- . __ • Mr. and Mrs. R. E, Blaylock and son, Bobby, are expected to return tonight from Hot Spring's- where Mr. Dlaylock lias been'. in Hie Vcl- crnn's hbopilal for trealmehl for llu-ce weeks. Mrs. Blayloek and son went over two weckc ago. .Word war. received today by MM. Mary Phillips Robinson that her d.-iUEhfcr-ln-lfiw, Mrs Phil Robinson of Nashville, Tenn. Is resting well .following an opcrniloti performed, this morning, give is In Ihe St. Thomas hospital In' Nash- "illr?. Mi-a. J. I. Clalncs returned Thin-slay from CliaUanoo&i, Teiin., «'))rrc she Iws been visiting for a neck wllh her daughter, Mrs Itla II. Smith, and fnmily. Mrs. niisscil riiiliips n'ntl son Kuweit Jr., niicl houKcuuesl, Miss rtlicc Ulz of Niishvlllc, Tenn, went to Memphis this allernoon to meet Mrs. Phillips' nephew, George UtK of I'ivaiisvlllc, Jhd., who ivill spend i lew weeks hero. Miss Mnry Siie Rhodes, of JIhytl, Is expected to spend (h c wcekentl licit' with her 'parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Rhodes. Cluirlcs Criggcr in undcrwenl an opci; his ucck at Camp- lull's cilnfi. In Munphls this mom nil? His piucnts Mi nnd Mi Charles Criggcr Jr., motored -him \csteicln} nnd C I Oiis,(,ei nml Mis JJoimid Goocn Joined Iheiii there today. Mr. mill ftjr.s. Arnold Prys'ock mid children of Si: Ixiuls. were Hi< fetR Is of Mis Krjbocki, t iand leif.llirr. Mrs. R. L. Roberts, mid .unit, Mrs. Ijiicille Rogers, over the Fourth of July holidays. Mrs. Rob- crls anil Mrs. Hogcrs who went n nu \\ltli them foi i \1 It me X( crtnl ID itlilin Hicsdii) Mi nnd Mrs. Hoi) Rogers niicl chll- rtreii will molor up fur Ihejii-aun- ln\ and si w o^cl foi t o chjs n. N. Hill spciil lod.iy in Mem- chis. Mr. ami Mrs. Cecil Slrahc nntl :liiutlil<i Miss Pitlj no visitlnt relnlives in ParagonM today, Cnrl Diuls Ji is ieitln» v\cll it the Walh hobpitil follottlng a (onsllectoniy performed there Uils inprnlng. ilii;s Mnry Emily Wilson lias re- luined from Annn. 111., where ;tlie 5|c«t ten dui wllh MI ind Mi- Ed.dlc Gnither Mis. Knthlcen Oglcsby Thoinar »pnl lo Memphis jcsleidnj lo spend a .few days with her mint, Mrs. Baldwin, who Is ill. Ben Levy Jr. hag returned from Memphis where lie spent -several (toys with his sister. Mrs. Milton CHURCH NEWS MUST" BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Key. Alfred.-.Carpenter, pastor Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Sunday Echo'ol 10*0 a. m. Morning wdrshipluslc: Anthem:, "Come to Me' Solo: Miss Wynette Shepherd. Ser mon—.pastor. 0:30 p. m. Training Union. 1:30 p. m. Preaching serviceMusic: Anthem. 8o!6-^Kugcne Au leu. Sermon—The Rev. Guy Maeec TjTonza. Wednesday-All Church Highl. 'I'M P, in. Departmental rneel- iiC. 7:30 p. hi. Mid-Week service^ Ellis BUnietl, leading. 8:30 p. m. choir rehearsal. . Allculierg, and family, Miss Marilyn Brewer ot Menu. hou feeucst of Mi iiitd Mrs W Owen Blue, Miss Kntlierlne W:il- polc, Bill Hunt nnd William ICei- ser were ill Memphis last ht^ht lor the 'qp'e.rilhg show of tills S'ea- an's program of Ihe, Memphis Oi;*n Air Thtatcr, 'The Wew Mcoii." Alter Ihe musical, (be par- 'v went lo Ihe Clnrldge roof where Vincent Lbpei is iilaying. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen and family, who have been residing nl t.'fi Fast Kentucky avenue, are now living in their new home oh Efolly street. To Hcai- Broadcasts Ol Womcli's Gfoups A nuinbEr of Blylheville \v-:men who are inenib3rs of the local chapter of (he Business and Professional Woman's club wilt hear the broadcasts from (he imir.nal c:ni-ention in Evnnsas clly bcgln- ins Monday. Cvcr the mutual bioadcaslino syslcm Monday from 8:30 to 8:>'|5 pin., Mrs. Carrie olmpinun Call will r,i>c;\k on "One Hundred Yrnrs of W; men's ProarCfs". Mrs. M»r- garcl Culkih Uniinln^ will be the speaker Tuesdav «t Hie same hour over Die NnCi:tml iiroudcasting teiiijrany. .?hc will discuss "Tlie Busltiess 'Woman of Tomorrow." "Vcaitional Problems and Ways to -Meet Them" will be (tic sub- led. used by Herbert M:orc nnd Miss France-, Maulc Thutsihy from 1:30 to 1:1S o'clock over . Ihc Co- FlttST Clltilicil OK THE KAKAKENK Klijilia l>, Hensley,' [i:>stor 0:45 a. m. Sunday school. Noble McCullar. supcriiitendent. 11:00 a. m. Morning, worship h'ermdn subject "Why 1 Slioulc Support My Church." 8:30 p. in. N. Y. P. s. Delegates will I'cnni't on district convenlloi H K\ Dorado. 1:30 ». lii. Kveiiliig evangelistic jervice. Our mid-summer revival bcglfis Kutidiiy nieht with cvauBclists. it will be conduclcd by the Rov. mitt Mrs. Floyd Hawkins, ot Mcdford Oregon. These young people arc very talciitcd musicians and we extend ii inost conlinl Invitation lo atlciul these services. ST. STEJ'HKN'S Kl'ISCOPAJ, ruilitn A (urn [inrst In tliirgc 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 tii m. Morning service. W . rrewilt, ol Osccola, Iny leader ciiuucii or CHRIST nunlim ,M. Neal, pastor Loids Di) sbivices 10:00 'a. m. niblc- sliidy. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. ll:'!5 a. ni. Counuunlon. 8:00 p. m. Preaching. Wci'ncsdij s sciuces B:W) p. m. Song service ami study. Daily broadcast over KLCN Monday anil Saturday irom 12:H *o \£ ilo o clock ind bundi\ fiom ':30 to 3:15 o'clock. ni r.iu.iii KHtnuAN cUuncit U I KlrlndiehM piMoi Dlslne sbulccs 9 15 n m bu mon topic: "Holding Up Ihe Arms Di Moses. Sunday school lOi'15 n. hi. Monthly service for tlic deal Tlicsdity 7:30 p. m. 'Ji,;, n ev N amis 01 HI. Louis will .conduct the cilices intcre ted friends Tic il nnjs Helcomt flic sign nr icconipinled bj \\oul for Uic bcne , .. ie ivst 5i>eiil:er will be Jiidsc Florence E. /Mlcu, \vh:,- \\m s|: M k on -Tlic miflncss Woman ,-f Tomonw" frnm fl:ir, lo n.-.IO p.m. over (h c Mutual Hro<i<lcR.stin; system, llnirs- dny. Pecan Crone Ncwx Mrs. Douglas Robertson spent Jalurdiiy and Sunday vvllh her slsler. Mrs. J. c. Powers, ot Uiy- hcville. . Mr. Ausl.iu nnd fnmily arc vlslt- tiiis .' ' "Mil 1>| t<%> 1>J<1I - jntie Mnttnnn !lr c visiting friends nnd relatives al Myrtle. Miss this week. Mir, K. c. Colnnan, of Memphis, has rcluinfd to her houic after liavlng riiont the past tlircc months wild | lcr d.iughlw.' Mrs. Willie Ricliiurt.-.on. who hns been critically ill. Mr;,. KU-hUrdaon la "m^rV^r^^i^i,, &*"<*•"* "**>» M^: .or ,V;« ^f "^Ijr^r 11 h "' !>l I1C1 "" mc make Ins Inane liru- ivilh hk bro-' Hicw. Troy tin,) Hiigi, r'niish 1'aul and Ko;-ly ToinliiiBon of Three Rivers, Midi., imvc returned lo their home alter having vi s u- t'd (heir r.ister. Mrs. Claud Duncan. 'Jhcy were awoinpatvicd home' hy Ilirlr iv.uenls. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. milfoil, ft-iu, will i,p|.|'nl ' the Miimncr vvllh thrm. Au nt of the heiring FlKSl !\lt HlODIbl OIIU11CH Coiner Main & TUi E; B: WiltUms, liiliiblcr Church school 0:-15 o'clock. B. K Garret, supcrinlcndent. Morning ivorshlp nl-10:55 o'cloclt ^^essage "Can Deiiiocracy be^Main- .alncil Wllhoiil Christianity?" ' t :Eveiiing worship 7:30 o'clock Message "The Old Time Religion."' • Come mid bring the whole fam- •Jy.- '"•:.' ,..-'• i;Tlie Young People will meet in Ihc'li- respedtivb' department* at i:'l5 p. m. ...-;.. ^Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible ?tudy. f ThurSday 7:30 p. in. Choir prab- ' BAPTIST CHAPEL, Lilly Si. r;9:30', Sunday school. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES HO S. Broajway ^SACRAMENT Is Ihe subject of the Lessori-Serjiipn vvhicii will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, July 3, 1933. The Goltten Text Is "Create in HIE a elettii heart, o God; and renew 11 right spiilt vviliiin me" Psalms 51:10. Among the cllatlotis which comprise Ihc Lesson-Sermon Is (lie following from the Bible: "Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If inj- man will coiiie afief iiii:, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, ami follow me." Matthew 16:2.!. The LfsEoii-Scrmon also Includes (he to-lowing pteages Irom the Christian Science textbook '"Science and Health with Key lo the Scilpturcs." by Mary Baker Eddy: "Arc all who cal bread aiirl drink \viue In memory of Jesus willing truly lo rirink his cup, take Ills cross, and leave alt for Ihc Chrbt-prlnclplc? Then why ascribe this inspiration ( 0 a rtcad rite, iiistcat! of sliowhiK, by ciist- HIR out error and making Ihc body "holy, acceptable unto God," that Truth has cdme lo the understanding?" TIHST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,,„, , vi|Ci S])pja ,, 1 . |(hy nlii|il wlur sisttr, Mrs. Douglas itnlicrlsnn Albert Orimn, ot Cold Rldgc spent Saluidny night and Himd.iy With Henry Hum. Oouil-bjc Mtlileiv To prcvrtil. mildew, never allow diimponod cl: Hit's to remain lone (Jco. W. IMllcrsan, minister D'-tt R. in., Bible School. W. O. Gciirin, superintendent. 11:00 a. m.. worship, communion (met pleaching. -The New Tasl- nmetit Cluircli-Corinth" will be (he pastor's sermon tliemc. ":•!» P. m.. worship and pre.ich- .;. 'The Unpardonable Sin" will be the Rcrmon Ilieme .Wednesday, 7:45 p. „,., s | llg i,,g nt the church. We most cordially Invite the public strangers iu our clly cs- • pccialty Invited. We'll try to make you Bind you came one wny. Nazarene Evangelists SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1D3£T At The Hospital* BIjihevDle HospKai _ Mrs Raymond Austin, Luxora sdmlltea. Mrs. JjqulSc.Wd, LUxori, idmltttd. Mrs. Alva Kads, Manila, adnilltel C. B. Wo:d ^ clt id ; Tlic Hcv. and Mrs. Floyd Hawkins ot Medfdrd; Ore., who wlii con- ihicl the mid-summer evangelistic riiccting which opens Suiiday at 'lie First Cliiijch of (he Naza'renc. 'lii tlic Giir '' Hollyhocks, Mliich have bceii 1111- isualty prelty this year because of Ihc unusual aimunl of .moisture, liavc flciirlshcd in the back yard ol Mrs. J. W. Blyllic's lioinc nl 124 Dougaii aveniie, Nolcd foi her fine hollj hocks in Jinny colon, Mrs Qljthc-i hive ixcdedcd (hose 'f hsl jcir In num- icr cf blooms and foliage. Keiser News iiterlsin Supper Club Mr, iintl Mrs. U M. dales en- lertamcd nicmbLis of (be Supper ilub with a party !lt tlieir home Wednesday night. In Ilie bridge jinncs wlilcii followed tlic bulfel upper, Mrs. \v. O. Cliilcls was liiEii scorer aiiiong the wohienl and W. Wall, among the meiu * • » Mrs. Mamie McCnllnrs and .laughter, Alcne. and Miss Dorothy Bryant, tcfl Sunday for Miillln. lc\ lo visit Mr \iul MI* M r Wallace for two weeks. Miss KHU Jeiiicn joined hei liirents. Mr. and Mrs. Olio Jcii- en of Ultlc Rod al Augusta sundai Ihei phn to spend s,e\ • ii dijs there fishing in lajlors Bay Mr and Mrs n R Kamp viere Ihe guesli of Mis J P Rain's' of Scnath over the Fourth ol JUI> Hugh Mcjne ot Memphis and Miss Melavec Tale, of Osceola. were the Sunday giiesls of -Miss Kalhryti Watts. J. A. Walls,' Miss Katliryh Walls nid r C Cook spent Wcdnesdai in Memphis. Mrs. Hardy Crew's of Oak Grove, ~a. is visiting with friends ami relatives in Keiser this week. Pal Woodward spent the week- ind al SI. Louis. Me was accpni- pahled libniB by iVIiss nuby <Iphn- ;oh. who plans to visit here for a .'.'eek, ".Mr. nhd Mrs. Bab Greche aiid family sjic-nt the fourth with her paren(s, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. King, ot Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cohn spent the ourlh in Memphis wilh friends. Mrs. Jesse Larsen and two chil- Sren, of St. Louis, are the guesls 3f Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ferguson. Mits Katiieryn Watts, of Meni- )hls, is the guest of her parents, Vlr. rind Mrs. J. "A. Watts. Ml=s Bobby Sparkman will be he guest of Sue Wood of. Ellendale, Tenn., .for the next two -veeks. Lloyd Dick, of Cincinnati will ic tiie guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Roy •Irhiklcy mid .family lor the rest. )t Ihe summer. Mrs. J, W. Unl) was removed to lie Baptisl hospilal In Memphis .Vcdnesdiiy. Mr. aiid Mrs. It. W. Hicks visited in points of Missouri over ,lhe rourlh of July. Mlsr, Virginia Sullivan left Wcd- icsduy lor a uioiith's visit in 'JL'cnn- Sf-sce. Slic will be al Paris, Tenn., vilh tier cousin, Dorothy Ann Sal- Hum, and in Memphis with her giandparenls, Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John-Stovall were Ihc fjiie.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ciiniifller of Warden. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Wall spent Sunday In McCrory as,.the guests >f Mr. and Mrs..W. B. Fakes. Osceola Society -— Personal Ganlcn Tarty al Florida Home Tables set with gay colors ot Ficsla pollery in Hie rose-covered pergola on the Inwii of "Oranllfe Co\e Mibmbiii home of Mr ind Mis Andrew J riorida made an ntlrncllve selling for the baHieciic Mipuer nnd paitv last night in honoi of the Rev G E Wiley ind Sirs. Wiley of Grenada, Miss, who arc guests of .Ihc .Flofidas. Mrs. Florida and Mrs. Wiley arc sis ; tqrs. tall Inskcts of glacliolis decor ilcd the nytcrioi of the laige pei- goln. In addition to .the six con pics making up the 1\\m Six Sup per Club, six oilier couples wen imitcd to meet Ihe Rci Mr Wilej and his wife. Following suppei pine pong bidmlnton ciociuet ind pilch games were enjoyed The guest list included. Mr. and Mrs Sim H Wiliams of BHthe villc i • , Lnlctlaltr at horseshoe Lake Mrs lYanic Williams and &on L^in Williimq II Mrs W R Dy tss nnd son Blllie LJ\ess enlci tamed a party of ee\enle£n boj; and girls with a pi nlc and'swim miug party al Horseshoe • Laki Thursday in iionor ol Walter Dri ^el Jr of Fl Paso Texas ind Chailes Rev ell Bowen of Mtinphis «ho aie guesls of their aunl Mrs 1 Hnlc Jiok r on Dancing in the chibliouse pmg pong games, aiid swiiuming were the diversion. Guy Butler drove doivh from West Memphis'* and I took tiie g'roUp motor-boat riding during the day. •• Those in the party were Henrj' James Swift, Norris \villiams Nancy Show Wilson, Carolyn • Owallney, Gene Quinn, Beh and , Gene BuUer, Bobble., Blllie and Dorolhy ijyess, tldvveil Semmei of Morriltori, Ark., Cha'fte's Revel Bowe/i aiiri Waiter Driver Walls j..,^, . Carl Davis Jr,, city, admitted Carl Tlptdh III, Manaa, dismissed. . • Memphis Baptist Hospldl Howard Hay Dairsou, KelBef admitted. M^crhpiiis ftietliddist Hospital S. : T. Sherel), Braggadocio, ad- mllted, 'tfeiti~> Coolest Spot in Town Witch Society P»f« Of Cburier Ne^ri F*r Free ShoW Gneiti Saturday THE CASE OM THE MURDERED] DIVORCEE I CHARLIE CHAN IN RiNO ISIDNEY TOLER Red Cross Publishes 1,400 Braille PHILADELPHIA. "<UP)-A onb- rcam publishing . house, . operated by the American Red Cross last year turned out 1,400 volumes lor the blind. pito . tiils one room last year vyent I 1 ,!: tons of paper ami out <A It came 160,000 pages of embossed reiding matter, The J3rall!e books enriched libraries. of schools for the biitici mid special transcriptions were sent to readers In Scotland, Cuba, Poland, Soiith /Hfic« aiid other distant points. In addiiioii (o textbooks there also tyere editions on .candy making, music anci even cookbooks. Tlie workmen also printed 21 sets of pliiylng card's 'for . a Cuhan bridge tournament. "War Clauses" For Workers PUItJADELPHiA (tJP)—A local lutomobilc unicn has annuniticd hat two contracts containing 'war clause's" have been signed •iy Philadelphia firms. Tlic clause irovidcs hat jobs will be guaranteed lor those employes wlij irelKrn tier being enlisted cr drafted for var. it l.s the first time In Phlla- iclphih that contracts containing tlml proviso have been signed. Confcciiohcry Actessbrj- As decoralive as Ihe.Icing on a wedding cake nre the new cotton bblcr:s of iiiiportcd ctil-wc'rk embroidery. Fnshioii.ible woiiicn consider llicui jiisl as nice for evening parties as for smart a'fternotn garden teas; and they look equally ciilicing ever both dark and pnstel sneer frocks.. < , • • Coriiplclc Line of WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges arid Watcr-Hcalcrs WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP Phone 3U SPECIAL I-'or 'f'iuirstlay, l^rittay, S!iitinta.v and Gladiolus 51 per Doz. 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