The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 20, 1934
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BLTOTVILIJE, (ABK.) COUROft KIWI TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 103-1- ; "'Social Calendar ; W1DNESDVT8 EVICTS IfiMfti Minnie K»tth<iw5, W»f KM Bn>wwl»t »nd. Cluricc Kennedy enteriajnlnr for Miss Hum Whrtworth at tin- Matthews isome sf 7:45 p. m. Delphian chapter meeting ul Hotel Noble, 9:30 n. in. Central Wart Pireiil-Teacher wtoclatloh nieeUm it 3 p. m. Bible 8!udy ol Church of Christ meeting trilli Mrs. J. A. Taylor. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Kolanct Green having Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon elul> meeting with Mrs. J- A. Leech. Kill Care' club meeting ut Wo men's club. Audley Neil demons Weds Mr. Louis Freeman Announcement has been made ol Iho marriage of Audley Nell Clemens to Mr. bouls Freeman, ol Dell, which was solemnised "I Wilson oil Thursday, March 15 The Rev. H. M. Lewis, paslor ol tltc Methodist church there, performed Ihc double ring ceremony The attractive bride wore t brown »nd bei«e suit with browr accessories &tKJ her corsage was of steel peas and roses. Her only attendant, her sist el- Mrs. Bill Setoy, wore a brown nnd orange swagger suit. Mr. Secoy was Mr. Krceman'i best m*n. The bride, who is Ihe ilaughte' ot Mrs. Frances Seabaufh of Hoi land, Mo., Is well known here liav int been conrreclfd with the HiU and Roxy (healers tor » snlmber of- years. Mr. Freeman, who is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Freeman o! Dell, Is a graduate of the city high tcliool. He Is at the head of tlK Freeman Trucking corupwiy. • » » fuii Is Given For BrMe-Ektt Miss Ruth WhUworlh, bride elect, was the guest, of honor at the flrtl of several interesting, nf fiirs planned in her honor, when Miss' Leila Beck, Miss Margaret, Cross grid Mrs. Pat. O'Bryanl cn- te'rUlhM with a bridge party last evening nt jhe Holel Noble. •the 33 g'uesls Were received by Miss WWlwprth, who *ofc. a cor- Mge. of tweet peas and roses, ^The tiostesjcs were- assisted h receiving by Miss Whltworlh who If You Must Go By Htlcn Welehimer TF you musl go, tlcar heart, be bvavc and tell me; * A new road calls, a gipsy lldc runs Jtigli, A screundc comes drifting tliro»;gji low durkncss; I! would be kinder, when you »ay goo^-by. If you should do il iirmlv anil forever, v. il-V Before you h«cd the challcngt of far arums, Not leave inc asking thiougli Hie dim i(ay's passage: "How «in it be Iliat now ho never conies?" Ihis, Moved, can break Ihc heni'l of women: at wailing for swifl steint upon thu floor, That watching for (nil shadows at a window, A vibrant knock that sings against a door. Slow (earning as today becomes tomorrow, A long farewell was in a brief good-nighl. So when you go. dear heart, be brave mid tell me. . I shall not cry lill you are out of sight wort .» ; boulder corsage of pi nit - Low bowls s jteV T . r- __ ol cjonqiiiis. 'decorated thc enter taining room mil the Jonquil motif was used in- thc refreshments 01 lets iritli molded y«IloK Jonquils arid individual ices, there 22 gue&U. Thc prizes were pieces of white glazed 8Uu>- Mrs. Whit Goodmai received a •»»£«, Miss Clar* Riibl won aji ITT bowl for the cul prlz and Miss Whltworth's gift was mint disii. Aid U Mt*t The Jewish Ladies Aid is meeting in OKeola Wednesday evening at the home of Mns. E. M. Jaffee when Mre. A. Nichols will also be hostess. Bib oj Mostly Personal Salmon, secretary of Christian ducalion and mlnlslcrial relict; U'S. W. H. Euslc-y, secretary of rc- igkius edilcjllon; Mrs. L. B. Uris- oc, secretary of synodleal and rcsbyterial home missions- Mrs. 11. 1. Allen, secretary of spiritual lite; Irs. Ross Stevens, secretary of Jlt- ratiirc; Mrs. Roy Walton, secrc- •ry o lsocl»l service; Mrs W. A. Xibyns, eecrelary of Pastor's Aid; •Irs. J. N. Thomas and Mrs. H. C. HoWer, secretaries ol social activl- iesi Mmea. 2»1 B. Harrison, rrcd anndetur, 6. E. Vnil mid c. j, !rane, circle chuhrmen. The thcmo of tlie mecling wns 'Bearers ot Ught," which was the aim of thc year. Accomplishment cf thc -.yettf were'told by secrc(ailes of causes ! »-lio. upbn' complethn! iliei i-rcporls, placed their lighted iapers around a large taper which represented thc church. Mrs. Leslie Hooper conducted thn devotional, Mrs. L. B. Brlscce sang a solo \ylUi Mrs. P. B. Joyncr at the piano ami Mrs. Rotss Stevens, retlrln gprcsidcnt, spoke briefly before presenting the gavel to Mrs. Hooper. Members of two committees, Mcs- dames Dixie Crawford, H. C. Holder and Roy Walton for (he budget ind Mmee. C. M. Gray, Hoss Stc- Baking Vegetables Gives Different Flavor Sl.eele-Cootcr Society — Personal Mrs. Vclmcr Campbell was Mrt. F, W. Bchatz, of Helena, \, ill nrrlvc Tliurwisy to vteil for evcral days lus tlw guest of Mr. Mrs. A. Conway. Mr. Schatz •ill Join her Saturday and they j •ill probably return home Monay. William Lang Is In St. uying for Ihi; Fabhlon bhop. ,., Or. and Mrs. D, c, McLean and !aughter, Miss Elizabeth, and son, Son, were cttlled to DeK»lb, Miss., >y tlw critical illness ol Mrs. Me- LVIIII'S father. Rebecca Mi-Cull, daughter of Mr. nnd Mm. E. M. McC«ll, underwent n operation !or oppendlcitl-s ye»- c-rrluy at thc Meihphis Baptist . Her condition Is very ijooil. Mrs. McCall Is remaining with her but Mr. McCall, who also went down for thc operation, rc- iirncd last night. Mrs. Matt, Monaghun and daughter. Barbara, and Mrs. Joel CJhimdlcr, accompanied by Mrs. Bernlce Turner Calling of Los Angeles and San Diego, C»l., arc -peiidinf tcday in Memphis. Mrs, darling, who has been the housc- ;nest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel r. Nonis since Friday, will go to Jonesboro tonight for « visit with relatives but will return here later for another stay. Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Geaell lejt today [or a business trip to E Dorudo and other points in Ark- utisas. Mines. Joe P. Pride, Joe S. Dlt- lahunty and Roland Green wll attend a bridge party in Osceola tomorrow afternoon glvcii by Mrs Spencer Driver and Miss Gather hie Harwell. Mr. nnd Mrs. C, E. Coulter had as their euesU Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Al Wllilmnnd, of St.Loula who wcro cnroule lo Hot-Springs UIKMI their return here nest week they will slop for another, visit. Mr. mid Mrs. Ed Hardin Jr., unc U-ss Saturday night nl Ihc home ol Mrs. Hue! Asher at Cooler to u piulj' Honoring Mrs. Joe Riis- tell. who wu:i Miss Curulyn Ci-lce bx'lorc her recent nuiniurjc. Miss Hiizcl McAdams b]»nt the week-end nt Armorcl, Ark., nt (he, of Miss Clara Gnrncr. Mrs. Sidney Miller, Jr., ivns hostess last week to her Young Mu- rons club of Cooler and two guests, Mrs. Herbert Illcrs nnd Mrs. Walter Rcddlck. Mrs. Lewis B«*Ufl Meet The 40 members of thc woman's misloiury union 61 the First Baptist church \vho attended the meeting Monday afternoon, al the church, heard Mrs. Ahin Huff- ni»n teiS a program on "Periods of Lori ftmer." Mr*. Theodore Logan led thc devotional Jollowed with prayer by.Mrs. J. W..Bishop. MVB. A. O. BUyfack cpokt oh 'Taaiug Light, 1 Mtts Cordelia Willute told of "The Dgrk Ajes," Mt6. H. L. Chapiters offered pr«yer, and Mvs. W. M Crow spoke On "Ari« and Shine.' Jettyc Claire Huffman presented Iwoklcls, made by members of thc Sunbeam b«nd, which will b* glv- tn to the Blylhevilie hospllal. Tiic meeting was concluded with prayer by Mrs. Logan. * * » Oowh. The anttqut fco»n display, nn nounced. several monllis ago by llu Elliott Fletcher chapter of thi VnileU D»bgrit«rs ol Hie Conicd «r»cy, .will be held at the rut theater early in April, il has bcci announced liy Mrs. James E. Clark ram, announced. Members ol trie Business wom- n's circle served refreshments ii social hour. * * * Clicks Meti. . Circles of tin: Wonun's Mksion i, Ed III, of Greenville, Miss re guests of Mr. Harilin' other over the weekend. Mines. J. A. Leech, C. W. Afflicl d O. r. Moss arc spending torta Memphis. John \v. Meyer, Zal B. Harrlioi Ct. Thomnson, R. D. Hughes an ecll Shane are attending to busl In Little Rotk tbttay. H. !'. Willingliam, son of M id Mrs. O. T. Willingham, ha Lester entertain the club mcl Monday afternoon for itudies on "Methodism." Tlie first group was entertained by Thursday of Ihls week. Mary Anna McCnnn Is seriously 111 with measles. Her sister Helen, who hits been \cry sick lor two weeks, Is now able to at (tnt\ school. C. P. Howard is heller utter a week's illness. Miss Vallic Casey has relurnet fro;ii an extended visit with hei trollicr iinrf hts wife, Mr. am MK. Vcrnon Casey uf Memphis. James Abner Ashcroft. Jr., i recovering from tlie measles. -Mrs. Molllc 1'olk has returnei from u visit with Mr. «n<! Mn Otho Staniicld and daughter u St. Ix>uls, • < *'n| Mrs. A. H. Hcrrcll and clilldrei at their home at Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coo mid daughters Iwvc returned froi in i E. J. Browne al thc r. E. Coo- Icy !;oi!ie when H members and one new member, Mrs. J. L. Hancock, were prcsenl. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy led ,,,' :he study, in the social hour strawberry short cake and coffee were served. Circle 2 mcl with Mrs. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Yeagcr, sol Lee, and daughter. Miss Dorolh tpcul last, week-end with relative and Clnrk counties. G O. Bowen wns in charge ol th . Enterprise during their absence. Smith is rapidly vcco' in sludy. cake and colicc served. v - f - Mrs. Elhcl Itameltack has K ' cre (limed io the home o! her molhe Mr.,, a. S. Steven, n ml Mrs. u. (encle "vl!|T ,,"^0 "III' "" ° tamrVnlh^nY "^ ^^ "* n ^^.S SuJLr. «„. ^:S??,i:^£T s.s^dr^ ^.^ o.'hcic nicy hiive been at lhe to .EUboiate pUus are being made Jor the display..with gowns to be shown which arc heirlooms hi Mississippi comity, and other points' HI .the slate. Anyone having historical gowns.which they V.-1II loan .are'- asked: to ccromuntcate with Mrs. Clark. . 'Proceeds' from thc alfair will be laed -fo rtrte bou(dcr fund. . ; *.- « • AuiHwy CiniM Clwrcli Yev> Work. The -' Wounii's Auxiliary of lhe First PresbjterUto church conclud- ed^lls church year's work with a specie] prosram at tl« First Pres b!r>«ri»n 1 ,chwTCh tot evening to which iU membtrs of the churcl He, president ot the missionary so- cicty. Mrs. Harry Kirbj lofri ol lhe "Aim and Mcssase of Mclhod- ism." Mrs. Lloyd Adcock siwkc on •-Mcthodiii Emphasis on Experience" and Mrs.-Rilcy u. j on e s discussed "The Catholicity oi Methodism" tor lhe program. A Kilnd Bourse was served. Circle i mcl with Mrs. C. G. Hed- naii and Mrs. Loy Wcich at ihe Vclcli home. Mtj. J. w. Apptcby. a new member, was ahioii; the 13 iresenl. Mrs. James Hill jr.. led he lesson before tlie social ho:ir luring which sandwiches and cot- ee were served. Joe the new yc»r were '.by;the pastor, the Rev Stu«rt'H. StJmon. These will serve; Mrs.;W»lle Honrwr, president; Mrs C.' K.. Orty, vice. prefidtnt; Mrs O. .If. ~" . nty, recording «ecre- treas- . . , - rW»;.- : l4r«.< It/fit. CflhfleW, seers' M*>-of- Junior home mltnlons; Mrs D. o. McLean,' *cr«ar>- of asfem _Wj'» borne mlasiOM; Mn. Stuar side ol w. II. Tucker, .omen-hat improved. Hayti Society — Personal Uaked with fresh mashrooms and poached tgfs, covwul with rucrnay sauce, Is a Lenten dish lit (or & Uhf. and poached eggs Is an Ideal Lenten dish. Here's UK way to do It: When Ihc family llres ol vege- iblcs and refuses to touch un- lier leaf of spinach, cube of carol or stick of asparagus boiled, y baking for a change. Dakcd vegetables have unite u casserole. When it Is cooked, re- Manila Society — Personal Luke Stunrt. went to Memphis 'mtay on business. Paul Downing has returned from Detroit, Mich., where he was fin- ploycd. Mrs. Louis Townsend of Joiies- boro has been the guest of tier mother, Mrs. H. M. Recman, the Jtist week. Mrs. Clyde Wilson o[ Memphis was Ihe guest Sunday of her daughter, Miss Kettle Lylon Wilson. Miss Georglc Lee Stuart entertained Saturday with a birthday party for her mother, Mrs. <J. O. btuart. Miss Martha Blythe fpral !5im- ay In Lcachville, the guci-. ot Howard Selby. Carl Tlpton has relurivcd fvom a business trip to Memphis. Bake a bunch of asparagus in ffereht flavor from boiled ones nd. Incidentally, the home-maker avcs herself a good deal of time n Ihe kitchen If she puts the esctables In the oven along with nc roust or baited chops. Once hcy'rc ih, there's nothing more o c!o—no watching or basting, for •cgelablcs require about the same .aMriE lime us thick, chops. Baked :sp&ragiu served with mushrooms move from the oven, put two poached, eggs on lop and a few frcch mushrooms on top of the eggs. Pour mornay sauce over all of it, sprinkle lavishly with parmesan cheesse and a few dots of butter and put it all under the broiler until it's a golden brown. The mornay MIUCC is merely :i dressecl-up cream sauce. Mell one- fourth cup. of butter in a pan, For Your Cough? Creornulslon may be a t, M , r help than you need. It combines seven major helps in one-the best helps known to science, n i s i, lilt 'i c for quick relief, for safely. t I Mild coughs often yield to i r «- wlthout coloring, then f" h * lps . , N ° ° rne « ln <"'• No one - - 6 ' I knows which factor will do most certain cough. So earelul more and more, ;ire using Creornulslon for any cough -that •tiirts. Tlie cost Is a little more than a add one-fourth nip flour and stir] until blended, let it cook mimil gradually pour hi 2 eups of milk; bring to the boiling point j and let cook over a slow fire j for twenty minutes. Now to change cream sauce to mornay sauce: Add to the cream sauce four ounces of grated cheese. Put lhe sauce on the flrc again for a feu- minutes to insure the melting of the cheessc. Stir with a whisk: remove the sauce from the fire and beat in yolks of three eggs and two ounces ol butter. Osceola Society — Personal With so many business firms cooperating in the beauty contest lo choose Miss Osceola and her two maids for the Memphis Cotton Carnival, there were not enough local girls to represent each flrm, and participating In tonight's preliminary conies! at the Gem Theater will be. a number of yirls from : ora, Wilson, Reiser and. Driver, as well ns from Osceola. The list includes Misses Rampllc Welnberg, Lorene Buchanan. Nora Huckaby, Julia Craig, Marion Cio- mer, Eva Woodton, Cal'.ierlne iiirncd from a world cruise i Walts, Edna Ayers, Man- Tindle xrard we S. S. Van Buren. He Ella Margaret Doyle, Elizabeth rick's nartv at the hnm."nf ««'r- •rvcd us quartermaster on the' Dayle. Virginia Burton, Lillian Ay- " - party al tfw h ° nlc °' Wrs ' C ' ricnds at a house parly at his home n McLcansboro during the Easier lolldays. The occasion will celebrate ills fourteenth birthday. His guesls will include Madeline Ellen, Marion and Virginia Croner, Sam Hodges, and Donna Ray Driver, who will drive to the Illi- iols town on Thursday before Eas- «r and remain throujh Sunday. They will be accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Edrington. * * % Twelve members of lhe Methodist Womens Missionary society met in the church parlors Monday alter noon for a study o( Methodist missionaries and schools in Brazil. Mrs. G. B. Segraves led the lesson willx Mesdames R, c. Moorehead, .Wm. Walters, Cap Wiseman W.. L.-8cg»rs, 0. M. Harwell and Margaret, Barbieis taking part Members of the Senior B. Y. P U. were entertained at a St. Pat- Act to Check Rabies STEELE. Mo.—Arouscil by the prevalence of rabies in this community, the city council at a pecial meeting ordered that dogs not innoculated against lhe disease nay be killed if permitted to run at, large without being securely muzzled. s.'ngle help. Bui your druggist >usrantccs it, so It costs nothing if it falls to bring you rjuiek iclief. Coughs are danger signals For safety's sake, deal with nielli m the best way known. — Adv. E RING Farmer's For Anything In , k Ketd and Seeds 127 's. A. M. Bull, Mrs. W. A. lack mid son, Waring, went to iemphis loclay to be with Bolt.y lack who is quite ill from mcas- ^s. Mrs. Black nnd Waring Black •111 return tonight but, Mrs. Butt •ill remain until Bctly Is bclier. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Layman, of Icmphis, were guess of Drs. Carl .ml Edna Nies and other' friends vi-r the weekend. <* Wilson Society — Personal Funeral Held at Steele for Mrs. Dai*y Seeding SilJELK. Mo.—Services wore held Sunday al Ihc Church of Christ for Mrs. Daisy Bceding, who dl~U Tuesday ot last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Effie Ftanz- man, at Winter Haven. Fla. she was 57 years old. Death WHS attributed to tuberculosis. ?£rs. Bteding was lhe sister-in- law ol Gus. Beedlng of strclc with whom she made her hoimj 5 Ralph Piekens ol Cnpc Girtird- rau nioiil the week end here with Ills aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Wells, and Miss Thclnia Alexander. Mrs. Joe J:\tfee RIM! son of Memphis arrived l-rirtny lo .spend a few weeks here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Duncan. Miss Juuiuin Gill fpcul the u-eck end in Kewanco. Mo., visiting wish Mr. and Mrs. G. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. O. IS. Marshall and daughter, Claudia, and son, Jim, returned home Sunday eve iilng from Gideon where Ihey had been the past week visiting Mrs. Marshall's, brother, Leonard Hutch- Mrs. Chnrlcs Lane entertained ler two table bridge club and two ~uest«. Mrs. Georgia Williamson of Memphis nnd Mrs. Reba Dnvid- Eon Of Unlontown. Ala., Friday af- tcrnoon. Mrs. Joe Cromer won iilgh score. Mrs. Ed Rtgeiiold rctunied Sunday from Paris, Tex., where ,st;c called by the Illness and death ol her sister, Miss Nora Simmer Mrs. J. A. Merrill returned 1'ri- iy from Kcrrvillc. Tenn., where she spent several days willi d and rrlrclives, Mr. and, Mrs. Clmrtcs Lar.c KOI i, Billlc, spent (lie week end with Mrs. Lane's mother. : Harriet Glasgow, at. Jonetboro Mrs. John Sullivan and dm ler. Hetty Lou, have returned from Lnko Cormorant, Miss,, wheie siwut several weeks visiting Mrs Sullivan's mother, Mrs. J,' Johnson. Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. M. Walla cr and children. Betty Jc;t», B..,,. illd Susan Erie, of Vmn, Ala., arrived Friday for a two weeks,\H vitli the former's parents. Mr -,,-a •Irs. W. M. Wallace. Mi-, and Mrs. T. F. Kos Sunday with Mr. and Mr.s c' o Wllltanibon nt Memphis. Rev. H. M. Lewis, pastor o[ it Methodist chnrcli, is in 1'ine U'.u this week, tCuching a course m i; 'Mirtard training school. Rev. Mr. Wiggins. presiding c 1 • of the Jonesboro district. |ers, Ruth Goldberg, Joyce Torrip- tins, Mildred Wright, Catherine Tinrtle, and Marguerile pops of Osceola; Misses Vivian Lynch, Max- Inc Brown, Orlcna Hires, Dixie Howard, Meredith Graham, and Cura Mai Hires of Luxora; Misses Marjory and Dorothy Williams ol river; Misses Virginia and Lucy argarel Dtmnnvant of Keiscr ( slid Iss Caroline Cullom of Wilson. After tonight's elimination const, fifteen of this number will ap- ear in the Review of Revues to- orrow evening when ^^iss Osceola :id her two maids will be chosen y popular vote. • Mrs. George Doyle was elected Ice-president and Mrs. R. H. Croner secretary ot the Presbyterian Auxiliary :il Hie annual icctlon of ofiicers Monday. Two racers only are cleclcd each year •hlch leaves Mrs. B. C. Bryan con- inning as president and Mrs. K. 11 omer as ireaaurcr of Ihc Auxil- ary tor the coming fiscal year. Mrs. George Edrington, '.Mrs. U V Cromer, Mrs. E. S. Chiles were delegate!! to accompany Mrs Iryan, the urcsidcnl, to llic an- nial n-.eeling of the Arkansas prcs- iyl«rlal ol Balesville. April -1. 5 Inson. who had been hurl in an Occident, and her mother. Mrs Jim Hutclnusou. Wolfe Khourle .In company with K. A. and Einiiiii Hainia of Cnrd- --- ...well. Mo., ami Kldgcley, Tenn., rc- MM. Ftahanan ste leaves another Ispcctlvcly, and Charles Sickrey of daughter, Mrs. Joe -Bradon of iLiibourn, relumed home Frida: Kennett. I from a week's visit In Oklahoma. before going to Florida about year ago. She was the widow ol the late John Bseding, who was prominent in this county. Beside \u morning bcrrrton at the ,. odlsl church in the <if" Mr Lewis \ Mrs. Lex Nicholson and nau--h tcr. Miss Miuy Alia. .vpon * t { t week *nd In Coiway as giic-^ Mrs. Gertrude Micl-.ell. Mrs. J. A. Merrill, Miss E'j- Wright, Biiti VI. F. Wilson -iri- Hot Springs this week. John Ed Wllliamfon is in ». mumps at the home O i 13r oV Burksdale. Misses Frances Oaty, fjy D O ,,, las and Ren Conchies havo :i ccptcd positions in th c ' variety ri partincnt of the Lee Wilson jto: Mrs. Charles Perry of Blyl-.t ville visited friends here Mo:;da: C. Bowen. Thirty members and visitors en- Joyed a delightful evening of games and contests, after which refresh- r.cnts were served. * r * Mrs. J. W. Edrington, G. B. Sc[raves, L. S. Mitchell and W. E. Hunt are in Blytheville today to ittciid the meeting of the execu- ;lvc board of the county federa- .ion of womens clubs. Among the out of town attorneys attending the opening day of circuit court here yesterday were Virgil Greene and E. E. Alexander ot Blytheville. Roland Green of Blytheville was a business visilor here Monday. C. Twelve nectlng svhicli members attended the held at the An Itemized Cash Register Slip With Eitch Purchase LIBERTY CASH GROCERS WEST MAIN ST, Specials for Wednesday - Thursday TURNIP GREENS Hunch 6c BACON 8 " Sheet!. Swift Oriole or Armour Melrose. Pound 15c BEETS Hunch 7c LARD Best CompouniJ. lOO'/l Pure Cottonseed Oil. Pound CAULIFLOWER Pound Tic 'The Proper Thing" VEAL Chops or Roast Pound lOc EGGPLANT I'ouml PORK STEAKS Nice and I^can Pound 15c LEMONS Nice. Size Dozen 21 c onic of Mrs. George Doyle will Mrs. Doyle and Mrs. Cl'.iles hos esses, anrt the membership was roupcd inlo circles for thc coming •car's work. Members oi (he Hnptisl Woman's itisslonnry Union mcl Monday afternoon In circle meetings. Circle No. 1 being entertained al (he home of Mrs. W. T. Toole and Circle No. 2 metting at the home oi Mrs. Geo. Deere. Mrs. H. 11. Brooks led (he afternoon's lesson on "Enlistment" at ,'.-.c meeting ol Circle No. 2 anrt Mrs. E. L. Cole- uaS leader oi a lesson prayer at the meeting ot Circle No. 1. Announcement was made thai the monthly Royal Service meetin? will be held next Monday afternoon at thc home of Mrs. L>. A. Slier. "Ho»- should n drinking glass nnrt a coftcc cup be held?" A drinking glass is held s little below the center between tlie thumb anil iirst two fingers. The hand]!: ol Ihe coffee cup Is grasped by the Ihumb iind first two fingers, the third and fourth being bent toward the palm. 7>irs. J. 11. Lovcweil was lo Ihc Episcopal Guild Monday ell- moon. Ten members were prescnl will] Mrs. Hagln. a new member Joining the organization. The nev. C. c. Burke, rector of the church, conducted .1 lesson from the praver book. • » « James Wallace Campbell c[ Me Latisboro, 111., who has been a Ire- eul guert ol his cousin. Madeline Ellen Edringlon. in Osccob. is entertaining a group of Oiceoia "Who introduced Inlo America thc use o! finger-bowls?" Thomas Jefferson introduced in? use of finger bowls and a number oi other custom:! that he hart observed in Europe. Recce School News A Saint Patrick program was given by the Oood Workers club Friday with readings by Elisa Wilson, Mnrgarct Gaim, Fi-anccs Akins, J. W. Aklns. Jack Craig, iolct Tny- lor, Jewel Wicker. Ruth Darby, Geneva Skciton and Geneva Akins. Thsrc were nlso songs by air snd Talmagr; Oann gave a panto- 1 mine. Sludetils attended Ihc show nt the wax museum at Blythevilie. Scrapbooks are teing mnde Ijy Uw students. OLEO All Brands Pound lOc SALT MEAT Best Hulling Pound Tie WESSON OIL A "" M «-~^"' 47 c SOAP P. & G. Giant .Size ;t l?«rs lie 1()0'; ; Pure Pork Pound lOc SPINACH fresh and Green Pound 5c COMB HONEY " '° " °"lS"" lOc CARD OF THANKS The family of the lale Robert Fowler ts very grateful for the Uioughtfulr.ess showii 'by ftler.dJ during his llir.ess and death. ... Real Throat relief! ' Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVfrPCOMFS BAD B"PATH SPARE RIBS """ "'« ,.„„- lOic TURNIPS With Tops Bunch 6c SORGHUM Tennessee Made Gallon 59c CHEESE '*•' w '" M ° sta ™',.Sr 20c Hemorrhoids (Hksl cored without Ihe krdfr. Other rectal dlMn«9-treated. Varkowd tttaj tnfclrt Mn-sur(k*ttj. DRS. NIES Jk NltS 5M W. Mate tboot St. PICKLED PIGS FRET Ol. Jar 25 c STANDARD j GROUND BEEF Or Hamburger 4 ftf* pound" Aw*' OATS Good r>5-oz. Box HUMKO •KMl'.'l Cottonseed Oil Hhorlcning ' Pound BOLOGNA ISc FRANKS or' WBINKUS OC%r> ' 2 Pounds <fc<*l^

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