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TWO BLYfHBVILLB,: COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Kstclli; Cooko Vollmcr having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First, Baptist clnirali. 4 p. m. THURSOAV'S EVENTS Country club having hamburger supper, 7 p. in. Mrs. N. B. Nfenard enlerlnln- i'liR Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Thursday Contract, elub incct- ins with Mrs. O. O. Caudlll. Children of Confederacy having style revue. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary meeting at hut, 2:30 p.m. O. E. S. meeting at halli 8 p.in Martha Virginia Fleming lo Wed jaincs Lauclcrclalc The Rev. and Mrs. L. 1>. Fleming, of Luxora, liavo announced •(lie engagement- of their daughter. Mnitha Virginia, lo James Malcolm Laiiderdnlc. of Jackson, Tenn., and Rock Springs, Texas, Tho wedding will bo solemnized at Luxora on Wednesday, June 28 Miss Fleming, who with her lamily recently moved to Luxora .from Marion, received, her A. B. degree from Union " university, Jackson, Tcnn. She is a member of the Chi Omega snroi'ity. For several years she lias been n member of Iho faculty of the school at Marion. Mr. Laudcrdale, who is a grad- vale of Union University, Is principal and .athletic director-of the , liigh school at Rock Springs, "where Ihoy will make their home. e * * Addresses Hot Springs I). A. 15. Meeting Monday. " . • Tile life aiid work of Col: Joslah Granvillc Lcacli, of Plilhidclphla, Pa., who suggested t'iiat Flag Day • be; observed on Julio 14, was the . subject of a talk given by Mrs. v James' Hill jr.. guest speaker nt n meeting of Ihe D. A. U. chuptcr 2 at Hot Springs Monday. I Mrs. Hill, who was invited lc - make this , talk because she Is a ~. great niece of col. Leacli, gave out- j- standing facts of the lifo of I'.iit -lawyer and miter as she had glcan- •icd them from talking with mcin- ?bers'of'his : family, she also took ., lip- the origin of the American flag ^ in carrying out t'hc FlagXDny pr'o- S gram. :_: Because of the interest aroused •::by Mi's. Hill's- address, it will' be •t repeated in a broadcast over ICT- gHS, Hot Springs' broadcasting sta- atimi, sometime Friday. ;' ,Mrs. Hill was accompanied to Hoi ^ Springs by Mrs. P. L. Eugler. They ^\vent over Saturday and returned ~last night. ^ * * • - ~.I'oppy Sato Itcporfcd. , -: People of Mississippi county con- "tributed $58 in Ihe annual Poppy 1-Day sale, sponsored by Ihe auxiliary of the Dud cason post of the v American Uglon. Of this sum, $30 ';will be ssnt. to the soldiers in hos- i^plUds who made the poppies and -the remainder will be placed in the Vlocal treasury. ,; Mrs. John w. Edringlon. cbair- -man at Osccoln. obtained $16 from •jthc sale there, $7 was given at jila- jjiilla, wVicrc Mrs. Floyd Grimes WSE ^chairman, and S3 at Armorel, where -Mrs. c. E. Crigger was chairmah "~. * * * ..Have Dinner Parly. ••• Misses Thelma Worthinglon and r-Jfaurhie Branson had a dinner par- l_ty last night at the Worthrngton •"home for members of the coolcy- TBeall wedding party. A color motif of yellow and bl .vas used wilh garden flowers in ^thsse shades arranged in an old. fashioned bouquet for the ccnlcr- 'piece. ~ Later the party went to the Cc-o,-ley home for rehearsal. G. G. Ashley was appointed chutr- man of the Sunbeams wlileh is lo meet on allerimto Mondays, mid Mrs. G. V. Walker chairman ol church decorations. Son Horn A .son \v«s boi'n hist night to Mi', mid Mrs. Wude Qnlim nt their home In Osccola. The baby, who weighed ten pounds, has not been named. Mrs! Qulmi wan formerly Miss Jean Fishrr, diuie tcr of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. H.shcr. » • * Have Picnic Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Millc; had a picnic supper Saturday night ill Walker park for Miss Maralee Clemens nnd Jlmmle Douglas, ol Little Rock, who were Ihelr guests for the weekend. Later the five conpKs present went to the Bine Room at the Hotel Noble to dance. Osccola Society — Personal The country home of Mrs. J. L Williams was tlic scene of a delightful party last Friday alter- noon when .she entcrlaliit'fl live tables of bridge In honor of hei daughter, Mrs. R. 3.' Wilson Jr. of Little Uock. The tables were in-ranged 01 tlic .screened porch which hm been decorated it: a color Eclwni' of Rrceu and while. Highest score- was made b; Mrs.-J. Paul Baird of Dycr.sbins Tenn. Second pri/.c was won b Mrs. Ouy Bryant and low scor was made, by Mrs. C. li.- Drlvci The honorec \vus itlso iircsenlc .vllh a gift. .*- " • Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L.I McDcarmiin and Mr,. mid Mrs. Robert Summers went lo Little Rock lodny for Hie ccnlcnnial rlcebrnllon. Mra. Summers will remnln over i'or a few days while 'their small' daughter, Mary I)., undergoes a tonsllectomy, Mrs. W. n. West of Hradyvll'le. Tenn., is here lor an extend visit willi : her sister, Mrs. W. T. Pot- "cr and family. Mary Virginia Scgravcs Belly . Bits oi' News Mostly Personal l tonight. Mrs. Davis, who'. was Mtss Miirllia Virginia HcinliiR. ~,t I.nxora, wiis the (iiicsl of Miss Ho Jolins ye.sli'rday. Miss PJthcl Taylor, of Memphis s the guest of Miss Tholnm Wor- hlnglon. They i-ame up together yesterday and «ill return lomor- ow lo Memphis, w'nerc Miss Wor- tlilngtoh is spending some time. Oltls Ronsh and his sLsU-rK. Miss- os. Viola, Beulali Mac and Pauline. TUESDAY, JUKE 9, 103(3 reared aU Ritilcy. Is-,'the' former Miss' Tliolma Hart,, who frctiuchtly visited here years ago. ; Mr.s. Ai 11. Holland will undergo an operation tomorrow at the! Memphis Melhodi.sl hospital. Her 1 , daughter, Margaret, accompanied her down and her sister, Mrsi 7,al 13. Harrison, will go down-In the morning to be with her. Miss Jennie Wren- niHahinity, who lins been spending several' months in Pittsburgh, Pa., w m, Mr. and Mrs. B. it. n'ohln&h le"fl Monday morning for Little Rock and Hot Springs to altoM the centennial ccle&ralion. Mrs. rtoblrison and Charles', Patsy and Mary Lee will remain In Hot Springs tor several weeks. Virgil Greene, of niythevllle. S L. Gladlsh, Hale Jackson; and llruco Ivy were among the candidates who spoke at the Ice cream' supper and speaking held at the' lied' Line school Friday night. Work of laying water mains in Kelser has been started, Si cole-Cooler Society — Personal rrank-LawTtnce. her cousin, Mrs. Herbert Davis,, Announcement has been made of and Mr. Davis, has arrived home.! the marriage of Miss Gladys Frank Frank Huffman has fonov, to 1 of this city, to Rbliert Lawrence; 01 N. C., for 15 days, at spenr'lv!D"weei! l ™d' 1 'at''i'o 1 to'si',"Mo.' , the ' '' s , l1lWont< , RcH'onl" as a' representative' of the Mississippi: Bap- Use Student Union of Baptist churches, He to" the stale' leader, ffo was accompanied lo Memphis by Mr. unit Mra. Jake Huffman and Miss Virginia Huffman, lias] Mis. J. M. Otllesplq, who. has been visiting In Dyersbiirg.\Term;, has relumed home. She' -was- accompanied liy her daughter, Mis. Cecil Lee, who spent, a short ^tiino little grandson. James Edwards, who returned wit'n him. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Hot to spend several months with a daughter. While here she made her home wjth another daughter, Springs, Ark., have arrived here to MYs. s. C. Trammel spend several weeks as guests of and tin) .«ce,i\ -w fninllv' Driver •with Taylor Scgraves at Flotenden plantation, vest of Luxora. Sam Coble will leave tomorrow for Hot Springs, where he will •enialn for three weeks, taking a :ourso of baths. • '• Mra. L, W. Walters was In :hargc of the combined missionary meeting and mission study :lass of (he Methodist W.M.S. at ;he church yesterday. Mi's. J. : L. Glascoc led discussion of the Child Labor Laws. Mrs. W. R. West of Bradyvllle, Tenn.. was a visitor. Buddy Dni-blcrs left Saturday for Mammoth Springs where he Mr. Rotish addressed the alumni association at its annual Ijanciual there Saturday nlg'nt. Miss Gwendolyn Kinllh Is visiting her mint, Mis. K. A. Slicarcr, near Tyler, Mo., this week. Hobby Dyc.vs, of Osccoln, been admitted lo the Memphis Uitplist hosptlal. Mrs. mil Armstrong, formerly of here and, r iiow of Litlle Rock, went lo tliu Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday for observation, family. Miss Fay Adams, of Joiner, was lakcn lo Ihe Memphis MeJiodh'. hostiltal yesterday. W. T. Darnell attended (o business hi Memphis yesterday and today. Byron Mnr.se, who allcmls UK University of Arkansas lit Fay- cltcvllle. has arrived home for the Slimmer vacation. Mrs: Harry Paltiin, of Greenwood, Miss., arrived today lo I.'". Ihe lioiuicguesl of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey for ten days. She 'was formerly Miss Mary IHrkA of -here. Uobcrl Lee Moore 1ms been lak- en lo (he SI. Joseph's hospital, Memphis.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilumphrciv had as their guests for the wcck- •ncl, Mr: iruimihri'y's father, S. T. inmphrcy, his sister. Mrs. E. O. '.irks, nnd'family, Of Gates, Tcnn. Mrs. N. p. Knight returned to »y from Houston; Texas, wlu-rc she silent t\vo weeks. She was »<•• •xwiuaiiied home by Margaret and kVilhclincnn Cullcii, who will bo {ue.sl.-i nf Mr. and Mrs. Knight 'or two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dnuyns ind daughters, Misses Louise and 3orls Ray, will gn to Fort Smith, .heir former: home, tomorrow, (o >liend their vacation, • Mrs. -B.. A. Lyncli and daughter, Wiss Martha Ann. and son, Louis, Mis. Cecil Shane and daughter. Miss Patty, are In Memphis today. Pal tlargclt underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis ast night at Ihe Olyllicvlllc '. hos- illal. He is resting vci-y well today. wllh Mrs. G. W. Dillaliunty .aud'l bccn operating a garage- Miss Tommie SHevridk Bride o( Illinois !Wan Stcclc and In- Canither.svllle May IB. Tho bride, daughter''of Tom Frank and Mrs: 'Sarena- Frank of this city, gradiiat'ed' with' honors fronv stccle hig'n school in 1032 and later attended' college at Mur- frecsboro,- Tcrtn., and- a't Capo Girardeau; Ho. For-two years-slic has lieen'a member of trie grade'school faculty of Stecl'b:-, ' ; " , ' Tile groom.' finished high sc'hool, at .Holland. For two years-' he lias- been operating a garj!gtr"*liv, till: city. They are oceupyiiig a - : new home on Walnut'' Ave. • In', t'nls city. *'- . ^'.-'- +' Final' prepai-ations-: have ' been made' by -thc'..Com'mcvoliil..clulr. for the lattcr's father,, w. M.. buncah, and other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy G. Hardlson and Mrs. Bessie Lumpklns and'son, Howard, of Lawcnceburg, Tonn'. and Mr. and Mrs. f. M. Grecr and son, irvln, of Harrlsburg, Ak-., were guests of Mr. and'Mrs. n.'A. Spcnce for dinner Sun'day. Mr., and Mrs. Fred Nichols speiit Sunday at Dyersburgv Tenn., with relatives. ' Miss ilut'nlc Lcc.Southern.has rc- tiyned home after a visit with her brother, Waller Southern, at Searcy, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meadows and children have returned to their homo' in-Wetiimka, Okla.. after'TOV- eraj days visit here with Mr and Mrs. D. li clnrk. . •; :• . -. DK.and Mrs, T. S. Cooper 'arc spending several days at their cabin at Etcyen'pplnt.; . - '.'•'' . M'r." and' Mrs; H'. A. Spcn'cc; a'c-, compaWe'd bj' their irrawd'dR'uidr- ters, Misses Laura and" Louise' Greer A handkerchief shower was jlven for Mrs. Owen Doss at the liome of Mr. and Mi's. W. H. Payne, A Union Sunday' school was organized at Ekron on May 24. W. H. Payne is the superintendent and-. Elizabeth Ballard and Mrs. Hamp Austin are Hie IcJiehers: Twenty-nine friends helped Virginia- Payne celebrate her 13th birthday wllh a party at her home Saturday night, Divorce Is Granted A decree has been granted to Mrs. Lillian Stcvinson Barker, divorcing Barker, her bv from Howard Hill Chancellor J. p, Gaulney, in vacation. The action mis' uhconleslcd. C. M. Buck represented Mrs; Barker. Opal Louise Pierce has Tiled suit against Herbert A. Pierce, askini; n divorce on the ground of desertion. Virgil Greene is attorney for the plaintiff. camp for vill enter Ihe Y.M.C.A. he summer. Frank Lyons, chemical imalysi of Ihe Franklin Institute, Mem- -Jlils. was n business visllor hcrL Saturday. ... . . . Mrs. Preston' Ray "of Monteagle renn., nnd Miss Mabel Butler, ol 31. Louis, are visiting their par- 5ii(s, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Butler Another daughter. Stuart Butler, will Miss arrive Mar liomi Presiding Elder Weds Kehnett School Teacher KENNETT, Mo.—The Rev. J. rT. -BrcRdhead, presiding elder of Iho Mclhodist Church. South, in the' ••fopVilar Bluff district,, was married' at 10 A. M.. Monday lo Miss Lucrelia Lansdell of Kcnnett. Mrs. Hioadhead Is the daughter cf Mr; and Mrs: A. c. Lar.sdell of Ki-r.nett and has been ,.._.. . •" ^----. w , I>..-|l,ll;l,^ 111,VI Illln IJ17JI1 >\ n >V- of liarrlsbxirg. Ark., have retimed/ c j,c-r in Kennett schools for e^ht home after spending, several'weeks I years. spend "Lake Street ;'W. M. S. IHccts. J Afte A, M. VanWink.ie was ho.s- '.tecs lo Hie Woman's Missionary ^society cf the I«ke .Street Melho- .dist church Monday afternoo;i -with Mrs. Gcnrjc Shambiin In •charge of the program. "Church -Members and nisadvantagcd Com- ;niuniiics", with Mrs. C. T. Sham- jblin. Mrs. O: J. Rogers. Mrs. Gvy •Rogers and Mrs. Lafayette May "and Mrs. Roy Moultrle - part. • -The program included the sons. ."I Love To Tell The Story", a .prayer by Mrs. w. L. Green, a -scripture reading by Mra. Rov Moullrie, "Hers Am I'' by Mrs. Ivcrscn Morris and prayers by Mrs. Iveison Morris, Mrs. F. Fields. Mrs. George Shanks. Mra. Swain Smotiierman, Mrs. O. J. Rogers. Mrs. Roy Moiillrle. Mrs, Adelena Adams, Mrs. George Stiambiln and the son?. "Where He Leads Me I Will Follow". Mrs. W. h. Green presided during the bvsiness session. Dur- ilig the scclal hour the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Sallie Van Winkle, sarved the 19 members and three visitors refreshments consisting of pimento sandwiches, congealed tomorrow from the University Arkansas. Judge 2. B. Harrison of Blylhe- vilic and J. L. Williams ' business visitors in Litlle Rock over the week end. Claude Thoninson transacted business in West Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Maggie Barbiers went lo Campbell's Clinic in Memphis Saturday for consultation. While has been confined lo her room at her home here, her condition is improved. Edward Tcaford arrived home Inst night. from Atlanta. Ga. where h, ' Mrs. R. N. Brynn nnd son, Moss. relumed lodny from a visit in Fulton and Columbia. Mo. They were, accompanied home by Mrs. Earl Koontz, Mrs. Bryan's daughter from Fulton, who will several weeks here. Miss Maralee demons aud Jimmie Douglas, of Little Rock, wore fiucsls of Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Miller for the weekend. Mrs. T. E. Tale is ill nl her home near Armorel. Miss Catherine Poscy, who has been ill for' Ihe past nine weeks it her home on Davis Avc.,-' is unimproved, she will KO lo Memphis for treatment within a short lime. . i ; , | Mrs. M. E. Crawford aud dauRh- tcrs. Misses- Freda and Mary Alcne. will leave tomorrow for a week's vacation in Hot Springs and Little Rook. Mrs. Herbert Davis of Pittsburgh. Pa., Mi:s. Walter Hart and Mrs. o. D. Williams, of Ripl'ey, Tenn., arc guests of Mrs. G. W. Dillnlumty and family today and KKISER, Ark, —Miss Tommie Sherrlck, n member of the Kelsor school faculty t'hc past year, and Mr. Granltpn Logsdon, of Sho^y- neelown, III., were married May 25 at Cairo, HI. They will make llioir homo In Shawneelown. + » * Turner-Hudson. Miss Jessie V. Turner-, daughter or J. O. Turner, of Springfield', Mo., and Mi-. Ethel Hudson, of Reiser, were married Saturday afternoon liy thu Hcv, L. J. Smith. For the present they will make their home with Mr. Hudsoii'o parents here. Alexander-W,licclcr. Miss Thelinn Alexander and Mr G-lenn Wheeler were married nt Dyess Colony on May 21. They are now staying with Mr. ami.Mrs, A: B. Alexander, near K':iser. * * * , ,' Keiccr News* Notes Funeral services were held at Garden Point cemetery by the Rev. Carl Appciliig for Patricia Carlinc Heard, dnngiilcr of Mr. and Mrs. Car) Heard, of Etmvah, who died a few days ago: : Mr.' and Mrs. Kirk Child's n'iul children, Ruth and Dick, loft Saturday nig'hl for Anderson, Ind.. to visit Mr. and Mrs. . V. o. Mc- Gauglilin. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hess and son, Bobby, of St. Louis, are spending a few (lays with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Mr. and' Mrs^ ilarvcy Wilson and its annual picnic and outing, to bo L r ;.,, mh.- held' June 16 at Blackwcll park'. 1 ' where there \vill be a-fljfi fry and barbecue •__ ' Z • * • Mriics. ;John Tucker, P.ittlc and HaymoiKl' Bryant we're co-hostesses to a party in- thc'.'rtpine of Mrs. Bryant" Saturday afternoon' in honor of Mrs. clco-'nickcr. • ., ^. -;.' - v ..».'...'*' After several months, visit .with relatives in the west, c. *b:'Llm- baugh has returned liomeV. accompanied by his father", J. .\V. Linr- baiigh. This is the'-first time the elder. Mr. Liihbaugh has visited in' Southeast Missouri in several years. He will spend the summer Vtcre and "will .also visit In Jackson, Tcnn.. which IK the native' home of the Llmbaiighs. •;;-•.,. ,,.;?;, ,;• U P. Payne of Heaklsberg, Cal. ! has arrived here to spend several weeks as guest of his son, p. s. Payne, and Mrs. Payne. Mr. Payne, who is 84 years of age, is well known by the, older settlers !Qr-:thi's ; county as lie has liie one 'who opeh- cd ' the" fertile section now known as the Lake Farm. Mrs. .Pauline .Atwood, - music teacher in Sleclc high school, who Is attending summer school at Marlon, ind:, has Icmporarliy lost her : voice as Hie result of a. slmig lii- 'feotion. Her physician tHcrc says she will regain^ her voice within: t'nc' next few weeks. James b. Cassldy, Paul Strong 'Al'vin Blessing, Ralph Ennis, Jack Rushing and'Miss Lorene Rushing. in' Tiiscaloosa,: Ala., with' Mr and Sfrs. G. W. Cook of this city, who arc spending, the slimmer there They returned by tawrenceburg. Tumi.,- and' spent scveral'days w'lth relative^- a'nd.. -wbr-e', accompanied 'home' by Mrs. Si>cnce's nephew.; 'iJlrinnjc- tiinipkins. of: Lawrencc- •btirg, w'ho'. jylll- remain here until the.latter parl:of:the week. -Wilirairi''.P:,York-Has retimied to his hom'e' In Puiila: GoVda.: Fla., after spcrldlnj's'everal' weeks here as guest- of his 'daughter, Mrs. Newberry Johnson. He came here to attend the' funeral of his son diaries York. Miss Ruth Cunningham has gone lo- cape Glrardcau. to attend college for the- slimmer, term: Mrs. Ethel Jenkins, has returned from a visit with- friends in Ma- ,nila, Ark. Miss Ruth Harpor returned to Cape Glrarrtcair iHStMvbck- to complete-her work, at, stale Teac'ners college. Mrs.jBeniicc Neil and sons have returned;, from a visit' wilh' relatives John Elmer.Workman, who fin- .Ishccj ':h!gli school. at j-iilton, Mo;, rece'iiUi'.n'nas arrived here to 1 spend the>,sUmmer vacation with his par- Armorei Negro Students Win Honors at Pine Bluff baby, Mary Eli/abcth, left Sunday I who are attending colleges morning lo spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J .O. McClntii of Conway, Sir. and Mrs. Alton Hall drove lo Memphis to meet Mrs. H. P. Miller, mother of Mrs. Hall, who will sjKiid part of the summer in' Keiscr. Mrs. Hugh Hudson, of Gfade- aivd and ie is a student in Georgia Tech. He is to be the local ,cp- rescntativc of (he Mauley Tours Bureau while.at liomc this sum- mcr. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Green left Saturday for Seattle. Wash., to spend the summer with tier s water, Tex., is visiting Mr. Mrs, J. H. Walls and Mr. Mrs. Joe Mounts, of Osccola. Miss Willie Ralph Ferguson drove' lo Longvlew, Miss., last week. Mrs. w. W. Watson sr; entertained Friday"- afternoon with n birthday parly for her gratiddauglv- ler, Jcry Williamson'. M. and Mrs. Coleman Cruise and Joncsboro. spent the' weekend' here as guests of t'neir families. •'•Miss'Mildred Castcman, who lias been, sick for, two months, is able to' be up again. . Miss pelsie Stewart, of stcelc ilnrt Blytheville.'is much improved .after' two week's Illness. Buddy DcBakey has returned home after a visit' wllh relatives in slkeston. 'Earline Burroughs has returned ;liomc after a visit, with relative, and friends in St. Louis. G. w. Edwards lias' returned to liis 1'ionic in Bells. Tc'nn., after se.v- cral weeks visit in Cooler' arid at Horncrsvlllc as guest of relatives 'He was accompanied here by hi; . nan. -Mi-', and Mrs. J. H. Work- Fjkron News and end vis- Porter Smith and' family Toin Smith spent the week at CarulhcrsvilJe. where they ited the -latlcr's daughter," Mrs Efflc Pruitl. Michael Stone and Bill Kldd, of Potts .Camp. Miss., visited W. C. Stone and Olney Stono here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Given Doss have returned to their former liorue at Rockford, 111..' after .spending- several' years here farming ' and in the grocery business. Mrs. Dcwey Harris entertainer 1 number of young people with a musical at her home' Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs! As G': Dready and small sons, Russell and Charles :df Hlghlower,. were' guests Sun ,<lay of Sirs: Oluey Slbnc ant family. Mrs. Louise' Lambert, left' Mon day night, for -Indianapolis, Ind. GARLIC arid PARSLEY for High BLOOD PRESSURE Alllmin Faience" of . C»lic.F.i>sley Tjl>l valual.lc lor r«faan'? hi s h |j|66J picssi.... ralilfU specially coaled. Xo oJor. No lisle. No' ilriiRV. GiiAfanteed "afe' jnrt' ;fTfclivt- riibiK-y Ifjck. Ait lor rtirtt" l.ihlets Hi.- n . -ALI.IMIN ESSENCE Bicycle Recovered A bicycle, said to have beun "hi-jncked" from Bill Parks, con of Max Parks, by an older boy some time yesterday, was found, abandoned, near tlic Blytlievllc cotton oil mill this morning, police announced. The machine apparently had not been damaged. Kentucky has a postoffico ill liie town of "Ice." A number' of negro students of the, Mississippi County Training School at Armorel were awarded honors at the state judging mecl nci home' economics conference al 'hie" Bliifl. Ernest - Cage jr. won lonorable T mention the judging cam. Linzhie Haraway won the e in tlic biscuit making contest ind Alice Sims won Hie prize in latching. Blanche Bell entcrlain- :d the conference wilh a solo am] jlnzinc Haraway was unanimously elected pianist for the conference. Noriiia Rhca Haraway, a former sludenl of I'nc Armorel school, now iltcnding the slate college, entered he Jake Mcsby oratorical contest ind won honorable mention. FULL DELICATESSEN LINE Cheeses for ail tastes Cold Meals of any kind' Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY/ lUCKAKH'S GKO. & ' MEAT MAKKKT Phone 613 We Deliver 1044 Chickasawba M. H. Creclius Dies M. H. Crcclllus- 52, died at liis boiiic on South' Franklin street at' three' o'clock yesterday afternoon. - .• Funeral. 5Cfvices were held thin' afternoon at church.' Vine tlic and Fiill Lilly Gospel streets. with the pastor, the Rev. Clyde Bclln, officialirig. .Interment was made at Elmwood cemetery. The Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of fi'neral arrangements. Mr. Crc'cllius is survived by his widow, MIT;. L-i/zie Crcciliiis, one son. four daughters and a sisl'cV, Mrs. Bay Pearson. Courier News Classified Ads Pay. CARD OF THANKS We wish lo express- our appre- FOR DISTINCTIVE BEAUTY SEUVICK Call 108 MAKGAKET'S BHAUTY SHOP Ingram Bldg. COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN!! $150 BANK NIGHT! I.:ist n-crfc Mr. .1. L. (iuh'rd- wnsl called fcr tlic S12S.nO—He was noil present—Making. HANK DEl'OSlTl TONIGHT—$150.00! ! ! TODAY ONLY Warren William in 'TIMES SQUARE ciation to* our friends who were so kind" and thoughtful to us during the recent illness and death of Forrest.. Mr, and Mrs. J: K. Sanders and family. GARLIC- ' - T.bltli. Two siit's, jOc and SI.OO. For sale by Kirby Bros.- Drug Co. with Chills with Fever Sure Relief for Malaria! llon't Iry lioaicnnrjc trc.ilmcnts' or rirvvfnnstcd icmcdicil Take tli.nt pood old Grove's' Tastclc.s.1 Chill Tonif. Soon you will Iw your?df apin, for Grove's T.istc- !V.Trr 1 r* i-\ i ' Mrs. b. C. Dcnton. They will visit days Ihis week in Chicago brother. George piinlup . j Ic.'s Cliill Tonic not only relieves tti'o' ' ^ymptoms of M.ilarii, but destroys the with 'n their way wesl. Miss Jane Wcalhersby H. Sanderson of Luxora' vcckend in Helena -as -thc--ciic.su of Miss Hclenc Martin. Ace' Puck- clt. awLstant coach at Blythcvtlle relumed with Ihcm lo his home 11 Helena. Mrs. ,1. A. Gwallncy and children were Memphis visitors yesterday. fruit salad, Iced tea. cheese smacks anc Armorel \V. SI". U, lias a Jleeting. Tnc Armorel W M U met ai the church. Monday evening alter n'oon for the monthly business meeting. Mrs. G. G Ashley led in the de votional plans were made for the group to- attend the district meet Ing, to be Vield In Osccola. Mrs. the $10 Fine for Negro infection itself. Thr l^=tclc:>s quinine in Grove's T.ule- Ics Chill Tonic kills the Malarial iafcc- lion in Ihe bldod while Ilic'iron it contains buildj np Ilic blood to overcome tho rfu-ols 01" the di5c.i£C ann fortify ag.iiiisl Jtirthcr att.ick. The twofold effect is ab- foluWy nccixv.iry lo the overcoming of Mnhria. ftcr-itlrs being x dependable.'rcm- ( fly (or M.ilarii, Grove's TaMclcss Chill I Tonic i.; .ibo nn excellent Ionic of gcncr.il ' «;c. Pl»;ant to lake and absolulely Inrmlcx. Safe to five children. Gil: a' bottle today at any dnigstow. Now two si;r:—S0c and ?1. The ?1 size contains T.Vi times ar> mucli as the Sue size and gives you 25% more for your money. 1936 Eddie Franklin, negro, cntcrc-i a plea of ^iiil'ty to a charge of distiirbins! the , W!1C( . bj , r , B | ltil)g l before Judge Iloyle Henderson in< nu-niclpal court MILS morning and was fined $10. Courier News Classified Adi SAFE caSiffiSi Children MIMKOGKAPtttNtt HUSINKSS ,t VOMTICAL 1-RTTERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, cheap <te <l«t clt Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis J. Little Hale Bldf. HOT COFFEE SKRVED WlfERE IT'S CO'OI, Have your mid-nioi-nlng cup in the AIR CONDITIONED Coffee Shop at HOTEL NOBLE IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE THE IMORGE BEFORE YOU BUY I Come in. Let us showyou the racist beautiful, the. finest Norge ever built; L« us sbo* yoli wfiy it is the biggest.do!laf-fdr-dbllaf value Norge has ever offerc'cT. And' let' us give you the dctails'of the'easiest buying plan you crcc heard of. Don't delay. Act flow. Ctxwe the refrigerator with ibf Press Action Lazilatch • Combination Bottle aitd Dairy Rack • Slid/tig Utility Basket • Adjustable Shelf* Improi cti Automatic Flood Light' Chicly Spaced Shelf Bars. • Many other improvements and refinements. - • <S~ HARDAWAY APPLIANCE GO. Phono 233 THIS PtCNIC PftRTY'S JUST BECrUN With June- Travis. 13-irlun| Md'.arie, Gone Lockliiirt am( Kathleen I.ockhart "Voice of Experience" and Com«lj| —Admission— Milliner-IB & 25c—With lc N'iBlit^-1'0 A 35c—With lc Tax Weds. - Thurs. Flics drop dead— when Gulfspray hits 'cm. Most,,,!toes, roaches, ants and moths never come'back to'life after, a shot of Gulfs'prjy. Absolutely stainless. Mild, pleasant odor. At. neigh-' borhood and dcpl. - storcsorGoodGulf dealers: <9c pint; Palscy unt News and Krlly Comedy —Admiisinn— JlAlIi'rc—10 ft Z5c—Wilh !c Tas NiShl—10 ft 35c—With lc Tax Friday lO'O S. Second St.] GULFSPRAY IttSfCTKIlUR BY' With Johnny Downs and Shirley Dcanc Friday .idcrr.non a Lovely Illby Doll will be Given to some lucfcy lillle Rirl AHSOUITKI.V FKEE; This doll is bclnp displayed in Ihe KHz Theatre lobby now! It cries and sleeps—It does everything but talk!

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