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BLYT.HEVXLLE, (4BK.) ..COURIER This Ticket Will Admit Woodrow Ftsh«r 4 - — 1« -tie— JUTZ t — to ' fOK ,«OKH WED JTIME" Social ..Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •iNrs.-WHUam .Young (fnhjrtal AffG .club. Mrs. ,G. F. Tucker .having Town •and .Country club ;THUR^DAY;S EVENTS Altar .Society, Church of |)>c Immaculate .Conceptlrn, sponsoring ,» ,blngo p^rty, eight o'clock, at Catholic Uall _Doub]e jijojir ^Bridge cjiib meeting with Mrs. John Foster. jF^iDAY's 'EVENTS Fid^lls .-Sunday school class, Flis •Japflst church, .having parly 1 33 o'clock at ,Arjnorel home of Mis -E ; L >Hale. ' Biwood cemetery Association _rree(ing ; three o'clock with Mis pharlfe .Johnson _Mrs. Charles Nefcomb and Mrs S a. -McDearrnan entertaining 'Dorcas -Sunday School class, -First --Baptist torch, 1;30 o'clock at Hie •Newcomb horne Circle .HtsMwtlne Eleven members of the Business Women's .Circje of tlie Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church, .met last night "at the home ,of Mrs. , Jesse M White Mis Znl B. Harrison was a visitor Mrs -Margarqt Crowdei s\as In charge of (he devotional after ,»hich re(reshi)ients were served > « * i S«n Is Born To / ,Fprmer iMpl qirl A son was born to Mr and Mis -EUJon ,D Bcale of Pine Bluir this rnqrning. Tl|e Aaby, who weighed six and one half pounds, has been 1 i ij^med Xhonrns ,Wayne ^irs. Bcalc is the forrnqr Miss Marian Coqlev. * » » * f H»vc .Wiener ,Rnast. .Members of the Younj Woman's .Auxiliary of the Firs,t Baptist ,c]iurch .were entertained yltli n wiener roast given last nijht at the home of Mrs Slielb»ri)e Breiver by members of tl;e Woman's Missionary Union of the church Afier "a brief business .session, led by Miss Jxnillpzla Thompson, Miss Luna 03 Williolm gave the aevotional, "q^onmg ,Up Right " The supper was served on (he lawn of the Brewer home .* ' * Brotherhood ,ft Theme. "Brotherhood" was the theme ql the ^program imeetlng of the Woman's 'Missionary society of tlie rirsl Methodist churnh jestcrday atter- .noon at the church Mrs A C Haley was leader. The text was from Hie second chapter of Epheslnnc Mrs J E Patterson ga\e H paper qn "Widening Our International Hon- ?ops by Mena? of Ohnrch Scr-. vlce"jand Afr? flale; gaie one on "fcplrltiial Highway Between 'the United Slates and the Latin Am- ,erlca^n Countries" A social hour followed the brief business session Hostesses \\ere i\Irs Haley, Mrs .Gus Ebcull, Mrs .U S W Moore, Mrs V ,G. Holland, Mrs W. A Stlckmon, Mis Pat- iterson and Mrs Frank C Boug- ies 4 • * Js leader of Program. Mrs. George Shamlin \\as leader of the program presented j ester- day ajternoou at the meeting oi the Woman's Missionary socictj of the "Lake Street Methodist church The subject wns "Beyond National Horizons: An -International "Friendship " She was assisted in the piesen- tatlon bj Mrs O J. Rorigers. Mrs A M VanWInkle, BUB George Dy• singer ^and Mrs. Homer. Smith. -Sirs. Iverson Morris led In prajer and Mrs. C. T Shamlin read a meditation, "Down the Shining Road' The group V.QS dismissed with the Lard's Prayer Mrs. C T Shamlin and Mrs George Shanks served a dessert, course of ice cream and cake to the 16 members and one VlsUor, Mrs Wjldy Stiles, who were'prcs- ent At The Walls Hospital Walden Wavne Garretl, •Manila, admitted. Russell Jackson. cil>, admitted Rayrnad Bradfield, Steele admitted. B«n •Ccllins, Sleele, admltterl Mrs Luther Gray, city, admitted 'Helen -Lucius, Steele, admitted Harry Frltzius Jr , city, dismissed John Farley, city, dismissed Jerry Randle James, Deermg. dismissed. ' •• Blytheviile Hospital "Miss Jewel JKrech. city, dlsmhwd 1 James Blcdsw, Luxora, dismissed " Memphis Baptist Hospital G. 6. Caudill, city, admitted 'Charles langston Jr , city, admitted . Mrs J. K. Hall, Cteceola, admitted. Frank Moss 3r , Driver, admitted , Memphis St. Jo«pli's Hospital ,M« Claude Gregory, Caruthers- vilie, admitted ,' Memphis tfelhcdist yospltil Mrs.^. P. Henry, LeachMHe, ad- niltled In points of Pennsylvania; Atlantic City, Washington, and .-New City where he attended the World's Miss Mury .<S|ic -Ball of • arrived Sunday night ,'for « man visit wllh ,her /s'ratiflprotlier ,M« J. ll. nail, and ,j, ei - .^uiit, . Mrs ' i Claude Whllwoi-tlv'Riid -Mi'. -Whit-' worth. I Miss Eli/nl;elli MsLcan Is'oxnecl ed to rctm-h fthls week .from ^ew Ycrk City where she liaj; completed n course .in .modeling .anil where' .•she has been working vvltri ft .pro- -TfCHtfinnl t \\fiti tvtr*rii ~_« thea'trical group. Mr. and Mrs. Hobort tp'owel) of St. Uiuis, .came :S)inciay 'to-.smnd , ' ' , o-.smn ,n few .dayii'hqrc -vvlth Wre '/Powell's •son, -Robert Powell jr. -'They : w in return the .latter .part ,of itl'ie -week, Hobcrl. Bciirynian returned .'sun-' .(lay from .'CauiPlI/iwuHoji 'il'n '.gylvia ' Mo. .He was niot In Car(ithor SV |ile by Ins parents, -Mr. and .Mrs. •Hrilnh 1 IBcrryinnn who were ihc ,<Hnncf 'guests of .Mrs. •Bergman's ^oilier Mrs. Aubrey E|Ilptl. •• •' Aw,'Pan,-it wasn't such n nawfii) wbrdi! /Gan't you oiit.niy niouth witli ; thal'in^porled• sonp iiiistead of life lni ; kind?" Bit8K)f'"NpW8 ;Mostly Personals Miss .Rebecca • Weds Osceola Society—personal lsllor Honored. Mrs. Bruce >Tvy ' wfc hostess to a scrte :of .parties .the .latter part of the v/eck :holior|nE Mrs. Jamet, Robertson .of Wynue, who was I'm housceucBt for ,severnl days, A party of eight were entertained at dinner .and .bridge ,on. Thnrsciuj night : whc f nMi'6. Male Jackson anil Mrs, O. E. Massenglll were .slic- CEssful award winners.- Sixteen guests iplayed : brldge .on Friday nftcrnoon with .Mrs. A. W. Bpwen, Mrs. .3. H. Lovewell and Mrs •Harry ,Drlv<?r .winning .prizes. Saturday, Mrs. .Ivy and Mrs. .Robertson with .B iiiarty of -six spent the day fishing at Big Lake. ':«.*« MANILA Ark, July -1.1...- ™ >ss Rebecca Stewart of Jackson, :<remi and .Olln «. Cash .were .married' M . Saturday .night .at nine o'clock : R t '•the Ir.me .bf Uie bride's .paretitfi, '"" Mr. an 11 »"-- -" • '•"-'• ' • •-• Jackson Gives iMqrntut Bridge. The ipftday Bridge pliib with an additional '/table of .guests played at "Wtndo.vci Terrace", country home ,qf -Mrs. F, P.. Jacobs, Friday inprping. ;Mte Mary F.OH-ird of M^mplits, ..hoiisegucst of Mrs. Jncpbs; .Mrs. 'Rhebn ; Davldson of Unlontpwn, .Ala., rnotlier of Airs. Clmrles d. towr'tince Jr., nnd Mrs. Alice Tayloe, aunt of 'Mrs. iLow- rnnoe, .were Out-of-town guests. Mrs. ; 'B. ;L. -qiadlsh and Mrs. R.-C. Bryan were other guests, rlzes went ••to '-Mrs. .Harry Driver and Mrs. .R. c.' -Bryan, ,,. wlllo -Mrs. J. ij. :Hodk entertained two and ;Mrs. -w. i,. Stewart—in j '*V'- e * •^ >of Bridge nl her home : " n ,--.».•.. .Friday iiiiglit |n special compliment :to ;Mr.5. Anna .Somnies •"" " The only attendants were Miss Olarlce Emerson and Albert ^Mc- Cclttim, of Jackson. " ' "• Tlie bride was graduated Irom the West ITemicssce Business ^college .In Jackson In which 'city 'she was later employed. - . " • Mr. Cash, ^son ;of Mr. and 'jv .pltnl for ithe past' six weeks, will „ I P f 1 ' f on : ° r Mr -. and -;Mra.' :l)n removed ,lO;lils .home, 1133 West '. ' M ™ o< 'McGhcc. -Ark., .caine; Mnln street, .Tluirsciny. AlUiotinh ! '»w months ago ;|o .become! steadily ImnrovliiK. he will rirobablv ! nn j}f or ."'. "-^ W'ltorfowl jcfiige steadily lm|)rovl(ig, he will probably not return .to .his oftlcc .until fall.! :Mrs. .Frank .Simmons nnd Mrs. Smith nre spcin|lng .today in .ilqncsbpro with /Mrs. Simmons' son, .Bliss Simmons,* and family. :G. ,G. Cnucltll is -resting woll at Mrs. ,S.S..-Sl«rnbbrg,SIRS rctiiriicil' ., \'?' C " * 's-resting woll at icmc frcm Ohlcngo ivhare slie spcn't ( ho , Mcinphls.jBnnUs.t .h^pital fol- everal.months with :iicr (daughter lo , w ' n S f> .minor oporation porform- Mrs Lee Klemperer, and family c " ^stcrday ^morning. Mrs. '.Cnudlll 1 and from'New-York.City where she W W .-son,-.Gnrrurd, who went down tent'a-few .weeks yesterday to [be with -him, rctiirn- ,, - t ., „ ' ' : .; ,e(l--lasl -nlyht, but will .spend to- •ftlrs. I., 't,. Clflv nnrl Rnti nnu,,l,l . ' . _ .. ..... '_ T . . ' B * L " k . He had ^previously c °»»^tcd with the DC shay .y game and fish ;c:mtnlsslon nnd .was with the \Vhlto • .River refuge .for three and oiic half years In St. Charles. > • -" •Mrs. Ij. E. Gay and son, Donald there •with .him. He will V« Vn ",,,'' ">.o'T 0 \v -.inorc •wici-.hlin. uc . wl m' I' all ? Uo " i i.!»-otebl.v .come home the . latter! Joy and Jean, hnve , pnrt of i|hc ; wcek .,..-. . ! Mrs. Frank' Glisson, .oi ^ nca ; '° '""' lhwle noon after :lmvlni; spcnl two days '• Bishop Bland Is To ,Hold Services llishop R. Bland iMilotieli, of Little -Rock, will -be Iierc Sunday to conduct comiminton services tit „.. , „„„;,„„ , , . , . ?'^f • ' vlhollWqlU ' Miss Virginia O'Neal Hill lins otiimcd trom Lcachvlllc where she returned :lo 'her' thome tlu^ .alter-, ^ •* - Cliapln, senior "war-' lioon after-Imvlni; spent two days <lcn - : .'','', here with hqr '• brother, 'Hcnard 1 «ir. v Ghnpln.als3 slnted ithal-thcrc, •McFn'rlnncI,'- mid Mrs. McFnrland.'p 101 ' 1 " te a -inccting .of the "vestry 1 She ciinic-ilici'c ifrotn Semilli whbt-e:l' nt - lllc I .''9, L ? 1 iNoblc.Saturday ijiglvk she 'hn<l visited ho'r : parcii(« Mr: f Sr Bishop Mitchell. Thc nfTair'vvm and -Mrs. W M ,Mn*\irhii'irt' r«. n ,- b n » tlinncr mcclliiff. ,' '.: and 'Mrs. W. M. 'McFnrlaiid over . the wcckond. Mrs. R.-E. iMolton iiml children, , •nnel Mr. Mt?jilmmoii5 Miss f<c(l Harris wont .to Himly Saturday lo spend n week with Mrs -M. Slcrnburg who has a sum-. mei cottage 'there. She wasncc:m-). from n business trip to Little V,, , C '""' s . - . ,, , PMilea-Mis. H. Saphian, of" SI I ,, C '"",'f s LOUIS, who jclncd -her .here Friday !" elll '"' s Mrs. Cecil Shane nnd daughter I ldlxs m » r «. - - lll< ev thc carc Miss 'Patty tire .n Panigould today. Mr. and Mrs. Jotin C. Mcllancy and daughter, Mks Friinces, ,RIK| ons, Joe JJHIy and Bobby, were n Memphis Sunday -f:r n reunion of the Buckloy family. The were asccmptuilcci lioine bv ' Tn '"Jr.. entered (he Hospital ycstcr- r n wcckls rest He 'is III of u throat Infection, ills mother. Mrs. C. C. Lang.Uon, Is . Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Bcrrymau spent the holiday, last week In sto »' b °i J e., «'ho has been itiuicti Home by Miss Dorb- ' ,, Wernborg,. who has been . inkcrslcy, formcrlv of here s » em "".B • H'o summer .In Memphis, and now of Memphis " who' -will -™ mc • Ilni ' c ' lllls •«' eckeil( ' s ™>" Clii- spencl a .few weeks hcrr-' =(lgo ' u ' lie f e lie vi s |( cd his sister, ; Mi5. spend a .few weeks here. Mr..!>nd Mrs. M. A. Isaacs have' !,"5 Wl letnnicd .from n week's vacation ,.„ ,. spent in Eurckn Springs and R»y- " lrs -' tl . , , eUcvillc. Eti route home thcv " i ' peut ' In5t n ' Bhl hcrc wlth stopped at Hardy for their dau'li- ll " r , f(l " >ll >'- s "<= !i s the formor Miss, ter Miss -Betl,r Brcoks Jsancs, -vho | Wcle ^, iul B s ^». She and her fa- had been visiting Mrs. M. stern- „' , ,' °' La "Eston. went to berg at her summer cott, lgc there I ; lc !V p „ °'! uy to bc wilh hcr Miss Isaac,? fractured a rili wliile ? rl ] I 1 ? 1 ' iChni ' 1<;s Li>hgslon Jr., who: swimming at Hardy Although It !e Bn ' )ti:it Hospital. From. was necessary io tape II. sho Is n:t f' C ',"'r !L,. rS ' ! '° CU "'" ! '' eU "'"' conllncd to hcr lied. i lo " cr •" 01 " c Mr. and Mrs. John Cecil Cox , M ,"i' "",'' * Irs> Al Hri| s«'cll and have as (heir guests Mrs. Cox', ?" ?'• of 1 ' 1Ulc ricck ' 6 ncul Sun , Kletiipcrer, for a few Goronwy Poetz, of Annlston,, . mother, Mrs. Harris Gray Greenwood, Miss., hcr aunt.,' Mrs. B M. Powell, and her cousin, Le- day here with Mr. nm 'i Mrs. II. R, 'Campbell, and family. W. Owen Ulue and .iicr .and Mrs, Tom short Ralph Bcrrynun spent ycslcrdivs- 'in Caon thc .guests of Mr. has returned vacation spent w A Joud Well by a. dinner guest »fMr t. meal on the islands of Ball ' t>t«Difl«* 4h«t he thinks the {cod - *M »tUf««SUlry. \ S&* 1 Illa . 1 ?''ia fr h 'fe 3 te rv "" ichms!ind At first sign of Malaria i;r much more for your money? 05 5 ° U ' Memphis Open Afr Theatre *.' 4*1. i wv.cu. aim ner coitSni L.e- \ —•--... ^m\, .»»u .m-i Roy Powell, both of Plttsburg Pa ilotlsc E uc s'. Miss Marilyn Brewer, they came yesterday alternoon'' a> s " el!l VCsl " d1 "- ln rn and will lenvc tomorrow for Green- Aoocl where Mrs. Powell and -her son will visit Mrs. Cray. Mrs. Gray had been their guest In Pltlsburg'l for several weeks. Chrcncc II. Wilson, who has ••ten In : thc Memphis Baptist hos- CHILLS 1 AND FEVER' Here's Relief From .•:. Malaria! IKCORPORATED brings you i( A. musical cnnj iV Jerome Kcm song (ills * ^Smoke Gels In VOIK Eyes" "lovely it. lonV HI" Vr Cast ol Broadway Favotlles * Ertlite p.otot.lltip undst persDnsI supervision ol R^gid Ham- rieisteln July '17 -July 22 - at beautiful Overton Park Shell "Under tlic Stars" ~ Prices SI, 75e, 60e, 25e Coming IIP.VI: "BABES IN T.OyWND" July 24-July 29 . BHJ- your lickcli al KIRBY BUGS. DUUG CO 5lain & Uroartivai'- Bljlhcville P,lioi oi Memphis, who 'has 'been visit-, hiB her sister, Mrs. ^Claude -Perrin aiid 'the ffnnilly of -Mrs. Paul Scm- mes. : fdr :tfic .past ten days. Mrs. :Uz2Cll ,nnd hcr 'husband, :thc late W. Tipton U/xcll. •formerly lived at 'Pecan 'Point. Mrs. 'Harry' Driver was high scorer. * * .s Mrs. .Roy Cauley .of New Orleans is visiting her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bahlsey, for. two .weeks. Mr, Cauley accompanied her here ten clays ago for the weekend and July 'Fourth holiday. 1 ; wilh .a son, Donald Cauley ,wtl Mrs. -Caiiley in .Little -Rock, .returning here .for the remainder of Ihc lime. Mr. Cauley, wlio is n postal inspector for the New Orleans .territory, .v«s .called home : to as-, sist .-In the -fcdorai .and state 'investigations Into the alleged shortages of : 'Er. James Monroe Srtiilh. .-- --., -.. ^^...^^ u ^ -former .president of Louisiana-Stale thc ;st. Stephen's ;Eplscqi)a.rch\irch 'University. -' " -'-'--'- •• — ' • •••'-• Mrs. J. .p. Tompkins of B'.u- dette'•accompanied a group of Osccola girls,..jnembers of thc Girl 1 : Auxiliary of- the Baptist church, to .the iUlntirtl .G. A. Camp and conference : at .Fornclilt near Little Roqk.yyestcrday ,moi-.ning. ,,Tlidse, ill life;patty .were Martha iuid 'Jeaii Tompkins, Bcttf*Jean'nnd Marlhfi .f^nn Mporc .and .June .Rlipnds. Mrs. Tompkins will visit her (inugliu-r, Mr,-;. .George Hn'lc'lii Little Kpck. jetiirnlns with .the girls Saturday "A ' ; firoii pof boys of Royal Ambassador nges will be taken over Saturday for the annual R. A. Camp And. conclave which follows imme- .^,' ! l' c !y ">e girls camp at the same. '•'Mrs. ;Melinda Butler of Little: Rookr^Is ,hcrc -for a month's visit with licr nephew, -1. -S. Burton. anil 'family and also 'her niece, Mrs. ..p. M.-'HIll, aiid Mr. 'Hill of -Marie. Mr. and -Mrs. C. 'S. -L-oncy were Stede^Coaler Society—iRersonal . Mr. ami Mrs. Velincr Camiilicll ; and son, Johnnie; spout, Sunday ''lit' ,P|irma as guests of Mr. and .jyirs.- nd babV , Riris McPall. Mrs. . rctumrd -home with tlioni'tb spcn(P-'. Mr ' ^ lu ' *^ ls - ' D - '^- -I --aney were the week. - ' . icalled : to Canulen Saturday on no- Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Lewis. j^'Vcouitt-'of thc dciilli of Mr. Laray's and Mrs. Bill Russell, J:c liusscli ' athflr ' B 0 "! 111 " 1 " Travis Lanoy. aiitl Tom Crnwrorcl ivcre visitors lii. ivlrs s »'" Coble nn ri -Faber Wiiitr Keiinetl Sunday night. Mr. Lewis,/" ,r,\Rn nv TH\NK<! er'^e^it-' 5 • We ,fr to ^ >-Vo 'Uh lo^l^Kr 8 ma,,v eomnnnv J " *' " " bcor i fnends and -relatives lor -l-hc kliiflV vir n •> ^ . ' ness-shown us during Die illness Mrs. Ruth Green returned lo her «,,„ dcatll of ollr n ° ot | lcri 5 ,, tcr home in Indianapolis. Hid.. cv« | P ; nd grandmother, Mrs. Miu.de lli<;- the .weekend ailer n visit, .here with -- 1 --"" LJ -•'• ' '•' • her Daughter, Miss June Green. ' Mrs. J. R, .ctmpmnn ant) Mrs. Theluia Tlionuison spent Thursday in Memphis. . .Head ..C(|urliir <M:W.<I gins. We especially won't to Uiank Dr. D. o. McLean for Ills services and kindness. Anna D. .Illggins Ethel Ric.hnrdsoti Roslc Woods '- • G. \V. and Elsie Mac Dletis Guarding Your Family's Health During Hot Weather Constantly alort'-ip the possible dau- ger of germ-infested' drinking walci- hot woather{.->vc -redouble our .vigilance n( llu's lime of ycnr to guard your family's heu!(h.' Careful tesfs, mad.(i : regularly every day, enable us to .determine the exact purity of Hi c vale* aupiilierl ( 0 our system. Scientilic (ijtratioH and -purification metfwtls, plus (his tlaily analysis, assure you fafe'drinkiii|r water. BLYTHEyiLlE WATER CO. Ucnt.irrl Alltn, Sfgr. 'IValer h y our ch«P«st ' TUESDAY, JULY Wlii te House ago. Mrs. J. 1->. Williams and Mrs, Earnest Gentry of • Sparlanburg S C., visited with Mrs. Williams last week. Mrs. Gentry Is a daughter of Mrs. L. H. Williams'. Mrs. Frank Williams spent la;! Wednesday with :hcr -inothar, jju;. E. D. Bozomhn, in Cmwforisvilli'. She was accompanied licmc Ijy Frank Williams Jr., who had foeeii visiting his Bramiriiotlicr, ":Ifer niece, Virginia Robinson, will remain for a longer visit with her grandmother. Mrs. M. V. Alexander and children, Buck and Billlc, accompanied by Mrs. Mary BQWCII I'oilras. were Memphis visitors yesterday. . 'Mrs. Mona Moore, technician wllli the offices oi Dr. C. -M! llar- •woll, ; is In Memphis lor two weeks study at the .Hawkins Laboratories. Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night .Ohlckasawbu .Lodge 134 will meet In regular convocation .In the Lodge -Hall Wednesday night at 1:30 o'clcck, Nelll Reed. W:rslilpful Master announced today. Mr. Reed also extended-an invitation to visiting Masons to attend. Manganese Mines To Reopen •DENVER :Co!o. .(UP)-rAs a rc- Bult of ,the President's signing' of the strategic .minerals bill, nego- •tiattons are under way ;here lor the reopening of .various .manganese mines. They ihave been closed ever since .the World War. Bombs burst .111 :air and the Washington Monument and White Hm.se -.vere bathed .in "the rockets' red .glare" .during tins spectacular firl- __ works display in Washington. -Irove over Simday to alleml Die funeral. Tidiyell Senimes of MonlHon, /irk., is .here for two weeks ,vlsifc ivilli his mints, Mrs. Claude Perrin uml Mrs. Ben Butler Mrs. Eva- .Claire Keller and daughter, Miss Snow -Keller, and Clifford Wilburn of Memphis were isitors in the .-home of Mr. and Mrs. .E. B. Chiles last week. Ambrose Tenfold spent Friday n Memphis with James Kevcr ;of Waco, Tex., who was cnronle to Ridgecrest, -N.' C. ihc Rev. G. E. Wiley and Mrs. Wiley o! Grenada, Miss., have returned -to Iheir homes after a weeks visit here.with Mrs. Wiley's; lister, Mrs. A. J. Florida, and Mr.' Florida. . . ."'Mrs. -6. w. ;Kn|ght ..has' returned: borne after' several •'days'^Epcnt !ih Pontotoo, Miss., withV.her • mother, Mrs. T. A. .Donaldson, who is fin invalid following an automobile Kccideul : a year ago. .Mrs. Catherine Carter and -Miss Mildred .Jolly .were weekend guests or Mrs. Ann Dorris in Forrest I Marvin Sanderson of 'Stuttgart .went three days as .the guest ,of Mrs. Catherine Carter last week I Mrs. Lease H. Williams .is a iia- |i-i>/- in the Baptist hospital following a major operation ten days MALARIA €OppS Salve, Nosii Drops WMllOMsVllret' '!*(>• -^-^ —ii^i._|i-.-, .j,:i 'isiu"-a \Vnnilcrriil-UiilniFni I.iiiuiil. Y.ililcts , 'Hie ancient philosopher, Euripides Is credited with the saying;—''Whom the Gods would .destroy they first .make mad." Isn't It true today?'To lose our friends, our wives, our jobs or our business, we nee d only to lose our tempers. Do you find yourself inclined to be grouchy, easily Irritated or offended? Pcrlinps you arc bilioiis, or as we Southerners.say, yon 'have so-called 'Torpid Liver," so prevalent ,In hot weather. All you may need is a^littlo calomel or better still, Calotabs the improved calomel compound tablet that "makes calomel-taking a" pleasure. Calotabs Is what the doctors call •a ciiolq'gogue" or bile-expelling laxative and diuretic. It gives you the combined effects of calomel and salts, yet is just as ; pleasmt.nnd.safe as ordinary .purgatives. One or two ' Calotabs at bedtime with a glass of water or sweet milk. Next morning your system feds clean and refreshed, your head is clear, your spirits bright and you are feeling •fine with • a hearty appetite for •brcnkfHst. -Eat-what you wish and go about your work or pleasure. ' Genuine Cniolabs ,arc sold only in clu-clar-board (black and white) 'pack 1 -' ngcs hearing thc-trade'roark "Calotnhs "' Avoirt-Imitations.or substitutes, Family package "only.'tWnl'y-'flve' cents;'•' trial $ ackagc ten ccrits.At jour dciler's.CAtu-.} ( GENERAL ELECTRIC BELIEVES THIS TO BE Ever Built! AND G-i PRICES FOR '39 ARE LOWEST IN HISTORY i ai »l handsome! Jam-packed with new value, new features, new convenience. It's built for keeps-nothing experimental about it-bmh your food and your investment are safe in the General 'Electric. SELECTIVE AIR CONDITIONS Perfected at the World's Greatest Electrical Research Laboratories Sub-Freezing Storage Low Temperature with High Humidity Storage High Humidify with Moderate Temperature Storage Safety-Zone Storage No other refrigerator in the world keeps foods looking and casting better, and retains niprc of the health-giving vitamins longer, than docs the 1939 G-E with Selective Air-Conditions. R'K 6 ni. f[.—Over H sq fl.of shelf urea—Atl-Stcel C«bf. oci—Srainlos Sirel Supcr-Ftcczcc —Scaled-io-Scccl G-E tHRirr UNir. Ti,e G-F, Thrift Unit, ORIGINAI., M /,rf.rc. ftigcrating mechanism, ti« focccd-fccci lubrication and oil .cooling th.it B'vc quiet operation, low current cost, long life. HUBEARD ^^^^^ ^* <OHk wlkwV •Hhi^r FURNITURE CO.

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