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.Y. »»AGE TWO * f l'\ f ' ''"'? ""^'V BLYTHBVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NjSWS FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1933 Demonstration Club News Notes . COURIER NEWS COMPUMENTABX TICKET Tom BrUUJn A Compsnlon Blythevllle, R(. 3 BJTZ THEATER ' —to 11EHITAGE OK THE FLAPPER FANNY L IMIJUI wr«v — Here Miss , Margaret Servey ot Columbia' Mo, became IhQ biide of , jack Reeves Langdon, of caruth- • eraville, 1 In s ceremony performed i here last night at the homo of Magistrate T. I. Cassidy, who read the service. , " , Mrs. Margie StatlCr \Virtt, of St Louis, attended the bride as matron of honor. Jack B. Moore, of Caruthersvllle, was Mr. Langdon's best man Mrs Moora and Hoi- schel Banner, Iwtii of CaruUlors-1 vllle, were also guests at the ceremony * The bride is the daughter of Mr «nd Mrs. J. W. Smey, who formerly resided m Canithcrsvillo She ' -was graduated from high school in Illinois and later attended Stephens college In Columbia Mr. Langdon, son of Mrs G C. Cook of -Memphis, was valedictorian of his high school graduating class at Carulhefsvilla, He le- celved his later education at Arkansas State 1 college m Jonesboro He is now connected *ith the Dilunan Industries in Carulh- ersville as bookkeeper. • Mr and.Mrs, Langdon will make their home In * Oaruthersvllle. i ' * » • Annpuiic* Engagement of Former .Bljtheville Girl Mr, and Mrs Clinton Frazier formerly of here and'now oPBav- mondvllle, Tex, have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth Finzier, to Seward Tanner Salvage, son a Mr. and Mrs, Robert T Salvage, o f Coshocton, 'Ohio ' The Fraziers lived here a'Jou 13 jears' ago at which tune Mi Frazier was connected with lh First National Bank. ; Following theii marriage, th young couple will reside In Hous j. ~ ton, Tex ,, «. - . , dab Has Guest .' Mrs Hugh Harbert ployed card with * members of the Thursds Contract club jeslerday afternoon when'they 'neic entertained, nt, thc home" of Mrs "John F. Lcnti 'Garden flowers decorated tl)e en, tertalning rooms'ithere ( brldg« vvas phyed High score prize went to Mrs F J 'B' Joyner. Refreshments were served at Iho conclusion of, the bridge ganle^ Bits of News Mostly Personal! Mrs. I'arnoworlh Black an .daughter, Betty, returned to Hard this morning where they, spending Ihc summer 'lliey been here for. a fesv days. Charles Ramej will ictmn Chicago Saturday after having spent, two weeks hero with hi* larenls, Mr.' aiid Mrs. O. W. lamcy. x Harold Slernlierg is ;ill of ma- lurla at his street. home, 1209 Hollj Mirle Club Meek Ten memberp of the Marie Home Demonstration, club .met, Tuesday at tho home of Mrs. M. A. Clay. Roll cal( was answered by re porting progress made In canning and poultry raising. A demonslra lion was given by Mrs; Ford 01 'How to Cull Non-productive Hen (row the Flock." Mrs. Hall rccelv ed Ihe prize In Ihe contest whlc was held. The next meeting will be Augus 8 Hi Iho.home of Mrs. Beck. Make Finns for Camp Plans for the rcsl camp to bo ici.d at Crowley Ridge State Park jcar Wa'lcqlt on the 18, 19 and 20lh of this month' were discussed at a meeting cf Iho. Dogwood Home )r. Potter Announces County Engagements Dr. Eugene w. Potter, superin- endent of the' JonesbSfo District f .the Methodist church, has. announced the third round/ of quar- criy conferences and .'preaching engagements -at churches;' in -'this county. Dr. Potter will be in Elylhovillo Sunday at'the Lake Street church arid will alsa relurn here We'dnes- day night for a conference at the First Church,. ' •• The remainder of-'the counly Half Moon News tfrs. Buck Entertains ^_ "nw'Kev.'j. S. MorFls~an<rMrs. Morris A'lsitcd In Ihe Half Moon community during the past week. Among the entertainments given for them • was a miscellaneous shower at which Mrs. 11. C. Buck was hostess, Mrs. Carrie Harris of 1'orUge-1 ville, Mo., and Raymond and Miss Florence Evans of Indlo, Calif., | are the guests of Mrs. E. B. Walker. Mrs. John R. Buck, who has Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Ptf« Of Courier Newi F« Free Show Gn«t$ Schedule follows: Oscoola,' First, been visiting in Senath lor the Church, Sunday; Bono Charge, at'past two weeks, has returned home. Shady Grove, Wednesday; Manila Chnrlcnc Baker is a patlenl In and St. Jchn at St.' John, Thurs- (he Walls hospital having under- da,v, conference; Leachvlllc, First gone fin appendectomy. r.l.i.^1. T1,.,.,H,,,,:' l.,,v.-.Va onrl p| oy( ] . p ccl ,l cs | b quite 111 Chiirch, Thursday;" LuWra and Kc|ser, at Tomato,' July 30, con ference. Conductor, ia thai handsome young man up the aisle on a half-fare ticket, too? Or is he too old to be intcicBlm i ^ clmn, Di Malloiy Haraoll will so lo New Orleans foi scveinl months jradunle study. Mrs Baulnli Schimilhauscn nnd son, Blllle, of Olncy, III , arrived Mr. and' Mis Eugene Still and son, Eugene Jr., left.yesterday'for lliclr home In Plymouth, -N.;« O., nflcr having visited Mrs Still's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.. C, S, Slov- ens, and fatnllj Mis Still and hoi son Kpenl/ seven weeks here anc Mr. Still Joined them hero two .weeks ago. Mrs. Edgar Borum and daughter ..lisa Mary Borum, left yesterday for Bedford, lilt)., where llicy will .visit, relatives. During ' the ,'twd weeks they aie awaj they will nlso visit In points around 'Bedford. Mrs. E. M. Huffman 'returned lust nlghl fiom Ljles, Tenn vvhcic she visited relatives for a week; Miss Pat Wise will return Sun- Kciser News pcmcnstritlon club Wedncsdaj af tcinoon at the home of Mrs. P. B. jfirrelt. .. The Burdcllc school bus will be at the. Blythevlllc court house sit olRht o'clock to make Ihe trip to Walcolt Any home demonstration member from ans coimtv club may make the trip in this bus by paying fitly cents for tile rounc trip, It was announced, Mrs. Clyde Annantrcut presented Ihc devotional after which sov- einl -songs were sung with Mrs, Waller Wood at the piano. Roll call «ab answered bi telling 'How I Spend My Leisure". Mrs. Jarrctt rend "'Hie Man Who Wins." Betters of appreciation for the gift, from the club members on day from Memphis where she has Osceola, Society — Personal Bishop (11 Speak 'Iho Rev R Bland Mitchell, bl Oicr golden \vulclng mnlvcrsary were read by Mrs Mrs, man W. II. Dycss. John Burks, garden chair- nndJMIss Cora Lee Coloman, hero, will accompinj lici home a visit. MrV'c W Afllick and daughter tor lilc suimne, and fall 8"*™ ,,.... „,„.. ,„„.,„,, i^n n.tc ™,,,r, Mis Jarrett vvas nppomiKi .10 Miss Maiy Jcnnne left, this mom Ing -on .1 month b lour of the East , will spend tonlghV In Clnt- hum P° '* camnE chair " ' son, Blllle, of Oncy, . ".r ^icy w spen ong n n- Wednesday fo. a .short visit wlli. lalloogl> icnn and will go to ,_.. ----- ,.. ,„„, r,^ n i,!i,, n .r.ulnn hn cousin, Misb =hop of thc Ai Kansas Episcooal Dic-tete, Little Rock, will spcnk nt tho Calviuj Episcopal Olunch In this. city Sunday night and con- nrm n class of candidates The Rev. Mi Mitchell will he dinner guest ot Mr. and Mrs W E Hunt Sunday evening The Rev Matthew Cunv, leclor 3f Ihe Osceola nnd Blylhevillo chinches, with the Ke\ O C Bml.e of Mailanna and Ihe Rev Mi Mllchell have recently closed u ihrce \\eeks camp and ocnfmnce for Episcopal joung people nt Jaiup Mitchell on Mount Petit Jcau, which Dick Prewltt of 1 Os- mla nnltr-nrtnrt' Dmhm ' tho' ,vaca- Mlss Llston will accompany them to Oalvcston, Tex, Sunday for n two weeks vacation with her brother, Marshall P Llblon 'Die Rov Paul Galloway nnd family left yesWrdny for Stamps, Aik, vvhcic Mis Galloway > and ohllnien will spend Iwo \vceks .with 1*1 parents, Ml nnd Mis. W. R Boney, while Hie Rev Mr. Galloway is conducting a meeting nt Fordsco. s ° O|C ""M C „ of lno Pr° ulcm 01 cll " bclhc socllv) uunns i»<. • ™"'" hour to Brevaid, N C where they will visit, Mrs AITlicks son Dharlcs who Is in Camp Sapphhe for Iho suminci Ihej will go on lo Washington where Mrs Affllcki cousin Miss Mary Sattciuold v"' join them Thes plan to alt( I lie fair In New Yoik and stop other Intcic-iting eastern points .Mr. nnd Mis Furmer England M'lss 'Ihclmu Woilhlngton nnd Miss. . ,. . ......i..,, « . nrrai Kathm. G,e B rwe,e In Memphis; "*'^ fa^ thf best""H I....I .,i,,i.i <™ Iho MOAT nrnrilli *'" De »" ._ ' * .. . , several o-hosl- D Oarrett Mrs Wheeler Eppeiscn Mrb J M Aye ck and Jairetl seived & •midwlch pi all The next inueling will be July 26 nne of Mis P S Parker ns co a prize Mrs Matpe Alien, who \U11 leave tomorrow for'Flint, Mich, for an extended visit with her son, W S Allen, arid famlly,,wns compllm,ent- ed with a watermelon supper given Wednesday night by Mrs Alli.fi Womackjon the lawji of, hei home 'Guests were members of thc Beiean Sunaay school class of the First Presbyterian church of vvhlcrj t t dcd' nuiing,' tho' ,vaca Iqn '"of TliT"Hev v Curry,> W. W ["fciiitt has', conducted services at 3t Stephen's church in Blylhe- .Ille while R V. Madden has con- mcled Uic O^ceola services-^ Georgia Visllor Mrs Jettle Driver entertained | ™°"'-^ 1 Mght guests for luncheon and an ; Dr. Potter Will Be Osceola Speaker Sunday OSCLOLA, Ark , Jul> 1L— Dr. 13. \V. Potter, Jonesboro, district su- ncrlnt°mlcnl of Ihe Jonesboro Methodist Dktiicl, will occupy the pulpl$ at 11)0 Methodist .church Sunday morning It was ; oniiounc r ed today by the pastoi, the Rev. Paul Qnllcwny, who left for a 12- days niEcttiig nl Fordjce, Ark, On July 23, G Hartslll Banks, prominenl liiy leader of Ihe Melh- Icdlsl chinch, will speak on "Corn- last nlghl for Ihe MOAT produo lion of The New Moon Mrs O O Ilnrdavvnj and son Oscar Ji lelurned lodaj Iioin Memphis where Oscai Ji had| been In Hie Methodist hospital He is Impiovlng Mrs Eddie B David Mrs B F Potlei nni Mi nnd Mrs C II Collins will leave Sunday foi a weeks vncallon In Southern points*! They will visit Mrs D '1 Blcdsoe and' family in Pine Bluff Mrs e SheHon" and family in Markr le, La and Mr and Mrs J* W ifirsh vegetables gallicied from th " * d , 0 for thc p,. et «»^ouqu"t m.cle Ir m n'wcr the ' lmm idual s jard Mrs. Watson Is Hostess To Chili Mrs. Dick Watson entertained the Young Matron's tiridgc club nt her home In Osccoln Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Claude Lloyd and Mrs. Buchanan, both of Osceola. The hostess served a salad course and iced .lea. Mrs. W. E. Bruce received high score prize and Mrs. E, Colin, consolation priv.e in Ihc bridge games. * * + Miss Kale Pace of Sabaslcopol, Miss., left -Sunday after a week's visit with Mrs. A< R. Puce and fnm- I ;liy. - • • • • | Mrs. John B, Murrah and Eve-1 IJ'n Murrnh of Washington, D. C,, ue visiting Mrs. Dorothy Noble and family. They plan to to here for six weeks. : , Jack .Wallace is ill of a heart ailment at his home. •Mrs. I L. Lindsy has returned [rom Trenton, Tcnn., where she has been visiting her parents. '. L. B. Mtibry, of Memphis, will be in Kclser for thc next two weeks, ns the guest of his brother Jack Ma Dry. Miss .Wilson of Wlnslovv, Ariz s lhc guest of her sister, Mrs parks 'Crews, nnd family. Mrs. Lucandla McMamicrs, Mrs Otto Koltor nnd Mrs. R. B. O 1 Cnllnhnn and daughter, Miss VIr inlii, all of Tuckerman, are tin 1 jiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Jarncs and family. John Brooks, of Kciser, will visi in FnyeUevlllc lor the next montl ile will lie Ihc guest of his grand pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brook Mr. and' Mrs. S. M. Myliand,' o Kciser,.-will .make their home a Dumas, Ark. .They went the Monday. - • - ' : •James Woodward of Dallas, Te is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. \ Amos. Mr. Woodward plans lo be here several weeks.' . at thc home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peoples. Lnvonne Porllock spent Ihe weekend with Mrs. Ernest Eigman of near Dell. S 5 $ $ ? $ 5 FRIDAY, JULY 14 200 GOOD REASONS ' ALSO 50 MORE REASONS Why You Should Attend Matinee or Night S ,5 S ? «, * j«i^B^M^^"»™"™""^^^^^^^^^™ "• ROXY Admission al(vnys IDc Si 26r Mutlncrs Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Friday - Saturday NOW SHOWING She's Dangerous jsT.K.T.— Isn cartoon ,fc scrral "Hawk of Hie Confimious show Slit- . Admission Matinee ICu & Night ICc & 36c Saturday lone Grey's ' •ililcrnesE." rilav. Sunday - Monday '>\oTTHt ,. b/xxr 'DcnardV/oods-EvelynVenoltie • Rasiell Hoy Jen Robert Horror Mrs, -Allep 13 years Mrs Wonrnck was assisted serving watermelon to the guests by Mrs Rives Allen Compliments Uousegncsfs — Afternoon of bridge on n honor of Mrs Howaid rate ,f Jaspei, Oa, who is Ui" guest her biothei, Hclbert Slilppen, Baskets of 1 U11UIU11 V* IT..*"*, , ' ' been teacher tot 1 and Mrs _..„.-summer flowers nnd tables were in irnnged on the lirgc borcenid 21 porch of the Blackwood-Driver nomeV Guests were Mrs Hale Jackson, Mrs Frank Williams Mrs James Driver, Mis O B Mis R 3 Wilson Jr, Mui Shlppcn and Mrs Ho\vaid aTrier home yesterday afternoon in. " to her sisters, Misses ,, who are visitin and Mr Stroud here Mr and Mis John Bnitoid White had two couples for a nai- ;ecne supper' and theatre i-aity Thuiula) night In honor discontinued until September. The Rev .Mr. Galloway will be engaged .in revival •meetings during the remainder of July and August but will 1111 his. pulpit at the other morning services. Approximately $500 Is being spent In repairs find oilier general -Improve men Is to Ihe church prop eriy Including painting the Inlor lor and exterior, new screen throughout, Venetian blinds In Ui chapel and Indies pnrlor, rubber etl stair carpets and celling fans lie new altar and altnr appoint icnls are • of Honduras nmhogau ml nrvvccd, Ihe gift of Mr. an Irs. 'Ouy Driver. A large rcpro ght from the Memphis MethodI t F B Walker ospltal where she undervsont an -ided Old Faithful was ppendeotomy last week She ™as tile sOn» caplain Lav onne c ompanlcd by her mother Mrs Plpns were made : for the supper to cy !?ead who had been with her eg van at « . . uctlon of Leonardo Mrs the StcK. Koy Dillnrd was brodgW of rosebuds were arranged peas'and roses about the enlcrlaln- « rcs Ing i rocms completed the floral decoraticns. Bunco was plajcd after lunch Hicli score prixe went to Miss Mar jorie WObd while Miss Gloria Mar- , --- ----- Q ^ tin receded the traveling pn« | J^^ ° a ^~ 0 ,, elation lUa'Clnb Tart} Gladioli and alnllng, ' The Last Supper," 11 3! r«Mr. and Mrs. : Carrol W. Wa en, han^s lieiilnd Ihe pulpit. A s by eight fnot landscape palnlii or the young peoples .departing viis given 'by Mr. and Jfrs.' SU home yesterday from thc Baptist - -- •-•- w ),crc she .„.,„ „ _ _. -.-latlon &he nas accompanied bv Mr 1 . Arthur Webb, who has spent Ihe time li drmks were served, and in the law dessert course taken 10 «" Vinci Bnlph gravrl w.ill. 1 ; arc being . 1B ' 4-H Club News Notes H CUib met thc cperation night. Ice : has returned prolits Moon rream will be served, Viill be used in Bettj. Bryan, daughter of Dr. and , Lmitrlp, county '• Most intense concentration of artillery, fire in 'hlstory> occurred during the battle of St. Mihlet 'in trie. World War, when a million artillery shells .were fired in four hours. . • PHONE 205 FOR YOUR POULTRY Nice, fat hens and fryers & other. poultry at all times. WE'-DRESS AND . • , DEUVER FREE! STICKLER-GOODWIN CO. ' : . -WS E. Main. Also Cartoon & Serial, "Buck Rogers." Continuous show. ksloii tilt -C-:00 p m lOc & 26c After 5:00 p.m.; 16c & 31c Sunday-Monday SHIRLEY _„ TEMPLE • it; in fSe famous slory " I of Ihe o/d Noethwett! SUSANNAH UHOOIM - ' »>Hun SCOTT'LOCKWOOD 0MRH.K 'GOOD KIM I.TJUDIBIMKCOKMI MURICl MOSCOYICH mtOHIOlSfN .VKTWKSY UilKIIUrWWS A 7(Wi Cetuuiir.Foi Ktlurt. Also Paramount News & Comedy, and Donald Duck. Continuous show.; Sunday. . Admission Sun. All Day IGc & 36c Admis. Monday Matlneo lOc & 260 Admis. Monday" Night 16c v & Me iXterided visit: with her son; W. S. Allen, and family. Mr." and Mrs. B. J.' Allen' and 'sons, Jlriiinle nnd Berry, will motor, her , ns far as Torre Haute, , where she will en Bnrd Avenue .along tho'n'or side of Ihe "church property.' Will Attend Meeting. ".',Of- Methodist Groups Tommy 'Ilnkei. presideni of. Ihe MlEslsslp'p! County Yoiin'g Peoples LeaBUe of thc Methodist, churches, will gJ to Fayellcvtlle in August, ns a delegate to Ihe Ycuivg. Pco- pie's Conference. It decided Tuesday night at "i mccllng of 80 ' Hlgri club prize went to Mrs Raymond Smith and the guest] prize was, given Mrs'Ovvynn s' ~ *~- * * Has .Lawn Parly Twenty guests, were cnlertaineJ at 'a lawn partj given T>> Nell Dickinson last, night at her Ijome in honcr of her cousin, Utiilan Mulllns, v.hT Is spencung two v,eeks •wlBi'her. while Mrs U W. Mul- llns Is.on a Western lilp .AraC-ng' the guests was Patricia Ort of college station, TCI , who Is visiting ; her grandparents, Mr and Mrs, I/ H. Haley, nna Mrs AVv P.'Orr. < After, games had been fllnyed fruit punch and cookies were served the guests. Son Born i > A son was born yeslerdaj noo' ,[• • to Mr', and Mrs. Frank J Peter K N Jr,. at, Uielr Jhome at , 113 Eae lfc i Sjwaibrft street ,,Tlie ,taay, v.r &i ci , ., »,' weighed, elghi"a,nd one Ualf po\ind | hii bene Harried. Fr.viik;.I Peter - -v--" . Mrs. B. M. Jnffe nnd daughter. Frnnccs Elaine, are spending the month at Ilia President Hotel in Miss Georgiana Little of Mcm- hi3, aunt of Miss Clarice l-lttle ud Mrs. Harold Spiccr, Is here for cveral days visit with them nnd vith Miss Jackie Little. Mrs. Joo Ooetz and son, members of. the League nt the . Street Methodist church here.,' . Tho conference is to be nt Mount Hcmioin begtnniiij! Augusl 16 mid c-nlinuing through thc 23tli. Thc Rev. E. •». WUIlnms: paster of the First Methodist cliurch.mnd.e llic tirlnclpnl tnlk at the liicctln?. Thc nttcndnnt-n Iwniipr went lo Ihc Lake Street group, although there were dele?«tC3 from Osceola, m , 0 . >,^ --. r-T. Manila. Lake Street- nud Lone Ooetz, of St Louis, 1ms arrived | o n ^ leagues The lalter group came c,r n visit with her daughter, Mrs. • | n j,, Hie unitn at Hint time, Charles Blanlon | During Ihe social • hour:-which Miss Joy Blackwood, and LeRoy { O n ovv ed the business .session. Uio C«ens were Memphli Visitors grol |p went to Walker Park- for ft "-•>---'-•• wiener roast, Iced drinks were wv met by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Allen nnd daughter, Mary Frances, nnd son! Thomas,- of Fliiit. Mrs. Mnrvln .Hodden, who wns before her marriage In Juno Miss Hazel-. Walker, and Mrs. Stoyc Long, of Wilson, me visiting friends In St. Louis this week. Mrs. Hodden has been vlslllng her parents. Miami Mrs. E. B. Walker, the past week. Dickie Crawford, son of Mr. -,m< Mrs. Dixie Crawford, is resting wcl nt ihc ••-Blythevlllc hospital,-follow ing an operation for tonsils aiu adenoids performed this morning : Mr. .and Mrs. Hiley B. Jones Mr. nnd Mrs. Dixie Cravvf-ird ant Mr. and Mrs. B;b McKiimon. o Mnnlln, were In Memphis Wcdncs day night tor the MOAT production, "The Now Moon." IJLtlllA ,l"l .Kill* «J«['f . - • icludes Lavbnne Porllock, chair- Van, Margie Decker, Virgil Slian- vfe.lt ' Virginia Hannon, Marie liiehtfool,' Virginia Emery, Louis Valker, Mr. arid Mrs. Mitchell, and Mrs, H. ,D: Shaneyfcll. Burdetle News Have rlcnlc-Simper - A picnic supper concluded (lie meeting of the nurdetlc I r our JI club Tuesday when Miss Incy, Kln- cadc, home demonstration agent, aiii E. II. Burns.'ngriculture agent, mc't wlllr the group. •Reports were made on progress off Ihe. student projects. Mr. Burns discussed plans concerning the rally at.'BasscU Thursday. -Miss -ISiiicnde spoke lo the girls on "Canning" while Mr. -Bums discussed the boys', projects with WHERE IT IS ALWAYS CQOL ROOF flTOP HOTEL PEABOBY Yes, H.'H cool—oven with (he hot .music nf Wednesday; Mrs. John E. .Matthews children,'-Benny- and Mary S&r.'C and Don, served. „„ am! Mrs Dudley and family of Memphis arc the guests of Mrs Dickerson's Mint, Mies Mnude Littleton. Dr and Mrs C M Uaiwtll, Di Mnflory Harwell, Ml-s (J.ithirliie Harwell and Miss NNI Khoncs left Kihnday for n llnce Wi!' m )Uir I ••- " CAt 111 UUjr HI1 *' "mvt i-vii 1,1,.--- .ntiinE hava a grealcr oxnccln- tour of thc Wcsl, Including Guin<l of Ufe-than people of any Caivyen,-Los Angelts and the SJ" - '••—' In 'the ^orld. Francisco World Fair. Upon their f-To Hold, Services At. Emauue! Baptist Churclj The Rev. Peicy Ray will conduct nn cvan&eltsHi meeting at the Lmnnuel Baptist clrttrrU..-' tt-, vvns nnnouncod lortny. .I'n-vlcrs will Uc- Rin Monday .Uuhng' the Civil -War, camels were used to carry Ihc Unilcd States mail. At The Hospitals riyllicvillc liospitnl ' Dickie Crawford, cily, admitted, i Mrs. Lcroy Frnncway and'baby, Herniandalc, dishiisscd. . AVf-lis liospilal Martha Pruitt. Atmorel. ad- niiltcd. ' '." ' Elbort Sis'son. City, admitted. Audrey Vied, .Stcelc, dismissed. , . Mcin'plils. ijapllsl''liospilal Mrs. Maurice llowcll. Manila, a'dmltled. , • .• Mrs. J. W. Reno. Stcele. admitted. Norma Duckworth, Carulhcis- ville, admitted. , Jlcmphls Mcluodlsl liospilal Karen: Bradley, Osceola, admitted, • • . - .'Triple-casting,' n inetho:! of making Individual castings of suf- llclent v;idlh to prpduce Ihrcc engine' rings en the one casting, is iiow'-bcing'employed In. thc major sliips'throuBhout tllc country. - MfXICANpPOWDtR TERMINIX TERMINATES , TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS PAY MORE? Keep Summer Ctolhes, Cool, Ficsh at Lrss Cost to Vourselt. Dresses Cleaned ...... .(J5c Suits Cleaned ..05c '/. PHONK 162 V PEERLESS ; CLEANERS Chcrrv & FrAiiklln ASD HtS ORCSiESTRft OPENING *' SA'fURDAY * JULY 15th * Single room from 53.00 .Per Dny Per Person Double Room from §2.00 Per Day. Per Person HOTEL PE ABOD Y JIEMPHIS Frank R. Schatt, Vice-Presidenl and General Manager

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