fAGI TWO BLJfTHJEVILLE. (AJUL) QQUBBR NEWS THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. N. B. Mcnord entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. R. f. Klishner. Mrs. O. P. Moss having Mid- Week Bridge club. Yarbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs. Bad Parker. Mrs. O. -W. McCutchen having Thursday Coniracl club nt 2:30 p. m. i Mrs. R. L. Dedman cnlcrtain- I iuj with bridge luncheon for Mrs. Ted Elmore and Misses Virginia Terry and Ruth Whllwordi. Mrs. Harman Taylor. Mrs. Whit Goodman and Miss Martha Chambers entertaining at home ot Mrs. Taylor in the. evening for Miss Virginia Terry. FRIDAY'S fcVESTS Central Ward P. T. A. having operetta at high school auditorium. Mrs. John Sawyer jr., of Caruthersville, Misses Nell Harris and Mary Ellen Stevens having parly at Stevens' home for MUs Virginia Terry, bride elect. Mnies. George W. Barhom. 1,. L. Ward,; .J. c. Ellis and John C. McHancy and' Miss Gladys Bar- hain emertalnlne wilh shower lea for Miss Virginia Terry al Ward home, 3 P. 'M; Club Has Guests Mmes Earl Koonlz, of l-'ulton. Mo., housegucst of Ijer mother, Mrs. E. M. Bryan. C.'W. Afflict. James K. Bell, nnd Everell B. Gee and W. B. Tanner, of Helena, who Is visiting her mother. Mrs. T. J. Mahan, were entertained by Mrs. Harry Kitty when she also had'the-Tuesday Contract club. Jonquils predominated In (he sprhig: flowers which adorned the living. , and dining rooms and springtime colors were emphasized in the salad plntc served. Mrs. Floyd While received powder for the club award, a make up kit went to Mrs. Tanner for high' guest and Mrs, Koontz was given cards. To Sfrvc Chicken Dinner on Tuesday Members of -ths Elmwood Cernc Icry.association will serve a chicken dinner .'Tuesday, election day in the Sudbury building across from 'the .J. C. Penney store. Pro- ceeds.of the 35 cents chiirged wll be used for the care ol the cemc. (cry: •-' • *- i Celebrates Birthday. R.- A. Friend, son of Mr. an' M;'5.-:J. P. Friend, celebrated hi fourUi birthday yesterday afternooi by having a parly in the socia room of the First Baptist church The 15 present played game and had an Eosler egg hunt \vitl Mines. Frcel Warren. L. U. Flynn tin 1 E. J. Graham assisting Mr: Frl:i«t. Ice cream anil cake was server » * * Has Club Party. Mrs. Murray Smart enlerlaine the Young Matrons Bridge cm and-one guest, Mrs T. G, Sea Tuesday afternoon. , ' • in the bridge game Mrs. W. C HigElnson .won the pri?.~, hoslci A pear salad \vas served \vu cliccst wafers, mils, c.ike and cof fee.' Council Klecls. OHicers of llic Woman's comic of the First Christian church fo the new church year are: Mrs. v C. Ellis, president; Mrs. John c McHaney, vice president; Mrs V, W. Shaver, secretary and treasm er. In a meeting Monday afternoo at, the social linli, reports were given of the year's work. OMC cf ™t BEST aae«o SIW9 IN TUB HCrtlGi MS KOFAVCftttECOUJB.. IS HAVING- FRESCOE9 PA.N T ID on THE FLOOR. Of *5 4VJMWNG !\X^ LtWAYRIS OHCtCO(W eouatoA DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARPO fit/5 o/ Neus Mostly Personal Steele-Cooter Society — Personal J. P. Friend of Blythcvlllc, president of the Arkansas slate H. Y. P. .U. association, and his B. Y. I>. J. workers gave a program in the Baptist church at Cooler Sunday evening. The B. Y. I'. U. study course will be given ut the Cooler jaapUsl church, April 2 to C. C. A. C«r- dtk, slate E. Y. P. U. field worker, of St. Louis, will be among the .eachers. -' Mrs. Louis .Letter was hostess lo he Young Matrons club wlLh u bunco parly Thursday afternoon, Mrs. .Sidney MlUer held high score, Mrs. Glyn White held low- score, nnd bunco prize went lo Mrs. E. W. McCunn. Braggadocio Denton News Mr. and Mrs. R. Skipper ol Kcjmett. spent last week wilh Mr and Mrs. Elvis Kcnley. Mrs. Mi'.clrcc! Lester has returned to lire Blythcvlllc hospital Miss Bcrnlcc .Peal was tire week end guest ol Miss Audrey Cowcll Miss Estellc Lor.gacrc spent Monday with Mrs. j. w. Stanfielrf Miss Iris Longacic was th. i«t Sunday of Mrs. Mubcl Slan- ilCld. The Proper Thing" Three from This County Will Receive Degrees FAYETTEVILLE.—John Temple Graves II, editor of tho Birmingham, Alu., Age-Herald, will be Ihc commencement speaker Hi the 6flth annual commencement, cx- erckcs ul. the University of ArK- uisas which will be held on June 3 and 4. The Most Rev. Francis c. Kclley of Oklahoma City, oklu. will deliver the baccalaureate sermon on June 3. University ttudcnte from Mississippi count}' who wll receive their degrees at this commencement include Elstncr Be.il] of Wilson John D. Hlghtower of Luxora. oil James F. Tompliliis of Burdetle. Clear Uke Club Will Complete Kitcheij Soon Tlic Clear Lake Home Demonstration riub hopes lo complete Iti community kitchen within the next few days. Work is being begun tortuy. Under ihc leadership of Mrs. W. C. Smith much work has teen accomplished nnd there is much enthusiasm. Instructions in garden- hit' and canning have been given and «:! quarts of food liuvc been canned In the demonstrations. This Includes canning ot hominy, pork and beans, pork chops, .sausage, beef roast and beet steak. Mrs. II. rt. Smith vdlj go to Liule Roclc lomorrOK' for .several days slay with her brother, P. A I.aMcy, and lamlly. Misses .Mildred Moore, Louise Uobyn-s, Mmy Alice Taylor ami Martha Lee Hall and Stanley At- ciilson, who attend Southeast Missouri Teachers college al Cape Glrardciiii, will arrive home lo morrow for the Huster holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Ivcrson Morris and daughter, Amic Ruth, and Mrs W. T. Oberst visited friends In CiirullicrKvlllc Sunday. Mrs. Edwin Robinson spent yes Icrday in Memphis, having motored down with Mrs, B. M. Terry nnd daughter, Miss Virginia, and Mrs. Harman Taylor. Mrs. Dwifiht Bowen, Mrs. Edgar Herrick and son, Bob, Anita Strnckc, C'oleman Stevens, Jr.. am Katheiiiie Dlllahunty arc i>)>eiidlng today In Memphis. Misses Charllne and Martha Robinson, who attend Arkansas Slate college at Jonesfcoro, will arrive home tomorrow for the Easter holidays and to be here for the parties lo be given for Miss Virginia Terry, lirldc elect. Mrs. J. L. Blnford, of Browns- ille, Tciui., is to be the guest f her sisters, Mrs. E. M. Terry nd Mrs. Edwin Robinson, foi week or more. Mrs. nwight li. Blackwood »nd daughter, Miss Virginia, of Little Hock, arrived yesterday to spent several days wilh Mr. and Mrs Clarence H. Wilson. Mr. Blackwood and Miss Mary Vaughi 'rather, ol Hlckman. Ky., will arrive today and all of them wil ;o to Little Hock Saturday. Leachville Debate Team Wins District Contes •The Leacrrvill high school debate team won th right to represent norlhcast Ark ansas at the University of 'Ark wisas inecL nl Fnyettei-llle, Apr! 13 and M. by a victory hi the dls trlct contest at Jonesboro Satur day. The team, consist in 5 .of Misse Lola Gidcomb and Mary Mae Hit and Richard Hurst and F. L,. Me Haney, won llrst place in coinpc tilioti with [cams from Rcctoi .Paragoiild. Marlon, Pocahoutas ani IJoncsboro high schools. Tlic dc bate subject this year is "Resolv ed: That the United States Shoult Adopt the Essential Features o the British System of Radio Con (rol and Operation." Ninc-lenlhs of. the ppoulalion t India, live in villages remote, froi political activities. Positive Relief For Smarting Itch To end smarting skin itch, eczema rash, tetter, ringworm and foot-itcl use Blue Slur Oiulmcnl. It melts 01 the skin, scndiug tested medicine: deep iulo pores where U kills sernv and ends itching. Very soothing ltoc5uotlurn.Pic»5»ntiBodor,(ad "In golf .should ir.cn give plucu Mr. and Mrs. Jack-\VJli:cr«m oi ! •• wlllcl1 '"''latlc women in Obccola, Ark., spent a lew hours ., here Salurday with Mr. Wilkcrson's ' . parenls, Mr. and Mrs. 'p. C. Holt —- _ _.„„, .,,, u ls t-'jujjiuycn at Osceola, spew the week end with liu, parents. Mr. and Mrs. p. c Holt. . WiUard Collins of Cape Girardeau visited in the home of WEDNESDAY, MAfiCtt 28, 1984 •ills Gaps Left in School| Programs by ,Shorlage' of Funds I A ttop-gap, if no; a subbiitule, or M-liouls which through lacK >f money :!;LVC eloscnl theii- dnor,, coin^cs to u mini-1 cen. The club is now l>a>'turc and the Coming Spirit ' the owner of a utv No. '2 retort r'" 1 ' 10 Kin 6's Intercessor)' Prayer, 1 ' ami adjustable sealer, a 25 quart ; "The King's Humiliation" mid • 'team picssurc cookir. Pols, pans, '" rllc King's El" I scales, paring :nxl butchering knives, complete set of dishes for nmn, is to b; lound In girl btout- n;, according lo Miss Isabella: ilfialiHin. of tlic national Girl. Scent flel<l blafl. who is lien: hoUI-i i}f. conferences with Oirl Bcoiil' :tiplains, Irooji committees imd' ueml:ers. I 'AVIth over two niicl a quarter | million children growing njj wjili] 10 cdiicalion whatsoever and oiu 1 — — j »«. ...... ol every t™ cities reducing m- ML-a Isabella Ingraham, rcprcsen- l )U 'l)csc was raised by members iff Hie extra-curricular ac- (alive of the imt!on;i! Girl Seoul """"'ino chickens and other home come (o regard start" in (he South, who Is in lily- l" 10 " 1 "^ which were sold and the Carmi Demonstration Club Has Equipped Its Kitchen Pre-Easter Services at Church in ' i' 1 ' 10 ! ^"1" 1Iomc Ut'inoiiitration OKCt'OL.A, Ark., March 88--Th,. ; c uo held iu, monthly meeUllB ji, RKV . Marsh M. Galloway, pastor . me new raimininUy kitchen Tuss-Jof the First Presbyterian church Mrs, Louise Stcv- of Osceola, Is conducting a series • cnson, leader, discussed the "Uve : at Home" progmin, stressing (he j canning budget. Alter the colhcl vas read Miss Coleinun read the . naily meditation. The club voted to hold its meet: ings llic community kitchen and to have steam pressure .cookers, .sealer anil oilier club equipment fcepl In (he ioekcr in the club kitchen •"- • • • of prc-Easter services at the church this week. The services are held at 7:3o p. m. each evening and will con- Ifnue through Easter Sunday evening. Subjects of sermons for tonight and for the rest of the week, in the order named, art "The King's Recapitulation," "The King's '" rllc King's Exaltation." Dynamite is made of nifrogly- ' :o.s we have come lo regard -. cMCiHial, every parent nnd mblX'-.spirltcd citizen will want lo nvcitigalc all possililc means ot ehevlng the situation," Miss in- jraliiiin satcl. "Tiie aiim and me- hrxl.s of Girl Scouting are b;is- cnlly lliose of modem progressive education. The program can cer- ainly suuplcment and slrcnglhcn n-cn if it cannot substitute for he work of (he .schools." Mi* Ingraham explained how Oirl Scouting makes use of the twelve*, complete set of silver for cc ' ml alt( ' W absorbent, generally twelve were purchased and placed wcxxl 1 )U1 P a»d sodium nitrate in the kitchen by Hie member* of the club. The money for (his imirwsc was raised by members start in the South, who Is in lily iheville for two days oi conferences with local Girl Scout workers ami members. Students Will Spend Easter at Their Homes .„. ___ i I-'AYETTEVILLE. - Easier vacation at the University of Arkansas begins on Thursday, March 29, and L .,i, ~vv*i,..,.j 6 iim^v^ u«j ui uic lasts through Monday. . Mississippi cc-n-agc girl's naturni enthusiasms,! county students who will return icr ik-sire to do things on her to their homes for the vaeallon ' with other girls, [o work at nrc: ireasurer rcpostcd that there was still SO in (lie treasury nfler com plctely equipping the kitchen. Miss colcmnii demonstrated tlic use of the retort and sealer. Fifteen members were present and there were several visitors from Leachvillc, iifonelte and Marniiiduke. „•• she feels arc worthwhile Goah liarncs, James Brooks, ..... lo explore nc\v sides ol iiie. Charles Joseph. Jack Robinbon, "The program has a coic of j Blylheviile; Elslner and Charles, common experiences dealing withj !! eall, Wilson; Jctlic Driver, George oiiuioor life, household activities,'.Seagraves. Nelson eeagraves. Os- '.c.illli, first aid and citizenship," ! ce °la; Wooihow Alvin Huttoji, Miss ingraham continued. "The I Manila; James Toiiiiikiiui, Biird- sludy of Uiesc ami many other eltc ' Miss . Elinor Hale of I-'ayettcvillc will be the KUCSI of the Beall family during the holidays. Opens Beauty Shop OSCEOLA. Ark., Match 28 — Mrs. Justus Kdrington has opened the Silver Glo Beauty shop in Osceolu. Mrs. Allie G. Dodci and rMs. Era Williams Miller, beauticians, are in charge. scientific and cultural .subjects Is encouraged uy means of a pro- Icleiicy bbaclgc system, which gives the girl a chance (o try out her own particular bent and talent. In [0 proucul* her si she is helped not only I often to find her but Freshman Is 64 BOSTON l UP)—The oldest freshman at Boston university's Sclioo of Law is Charles Malcolm Taylor He's tH. only seven years youiigc than Hoir.cr Albers, dean of (lie school. Though never contemplating the practice of law, Taylor is keenly interested in legii) lore. Feels a When mack-Draught Relieves Constipation From many .stales conic icnorls hketne following from "h- w M Henderson, of Jasper, p la .. .., ^ been taking Thedford's Blac" Dratight tiveiily years. I ta kc It for constipation that gives me a dull, tired, aching feeling, and 1 have heartache, too. Black-Dnnidu relieves me of this trouble. Aft cr a few doses, I feel as good as new I keep it in my home. I have a big family. When one of us is ailing (from constlpationl, we lak- Black-Draught nnd almosl always feel a lot belter. It lias been worth its weight in gold to my family."....Sold in 25c packages. "Children like the Syrup." GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 71 Craig's Dairy ,._. , . SlsutiW intj;c than one nlavr tc - " p at a l »"«" . Each ' l!a « r tecs up and «^u Yi^ntt. in me Home of his I,! l«»yer tecs ui> and lUtcr. AUs. E. M. Coppagc. Friday m^V" Ulnl Avoi(l any inovr- Jiisht and Saturday. ' m p nl t°*™<i (ecitig up wnt | e ,,„. Mre. Dick Holland and Mrs E ° " k dr »'iiiE. G. Roland of Carulhmville visit- Tfl T^ r~7r~. /Winer's ir.othpr. Mrs. Ida .SHPfiniin O ^nlirn i, Sunday afternoon. Mrs UlltUUdll S OUlVC oUand rctnrnprf Mnnrin,, •„ ..-.. — .w.v -<.uii,iii u rt»u i\ini t G Roland of Canilhmviile visit- en the ' Hucitaba Bick Holland returned Monday'To vick Holland rctunicd Monday to spend a few days ( , Mts ; **<* D « and children re-H timicd to Cape Girarctcau wm, her-brother-in-law, William Le m - Kill *' lft . ' slabbing ncrvo l>;iin M.r, and Mrs. M. 3 Lewis »t Kcnnclt H^'l, SylVia Huck <">B. Miss Mildred Bruce and Kiss Maxim- Davis spcnt.Sunday night with Mrs. Lil- lit Curtner. ,"Mf, Ed™ R«th Davis, wl )0 U Mlendlng Tenncisee college Mur- frccsboro, spent part of last week wiln her parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Davis. 13oyd Hedge, wh ois attcndin'? biishtcss college at, •ChilllcoDie Mo is \1slllng his parents. The prlrkly pear, which Is a curse. In Australia, is being fouehl by m'caris of InsocU imported fronx Texas. Tbesc have already cleared £evej£l thousand acres. can be , •-.-- —••«:. U contains <in Jiuaziniily powerful, soothing, ',, n ;, C I-:°" ."shtiiiB drug not found » ^aucs. TO case muscu- and to i.^^ i j j«...t ouiL-ut.^ ana to cou'J-' v CP ChC51 co!ds - cro "l> " vOUUiiS Vrm n.>.. r... .1 . . . , * . brings such nmaz- M1LD (or ildlllU-i. —Adv. 3 Main Street or Broadway You Must Dress, Up on EASTER yon arc tlic Jones or tlic DcPoislers you must join tiie bi(,' Kaster pani(le. Your dolhos must reflect/ the beauty mid frcsli- ncss of the seiisun. A trip to Barnes will put you ii\ the ranks of the better dressed. Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Phone I8Q THE CAR WITHOUT A PRICE CLASS Features of Ford V-8 for 1934 V.TVPE 8 CYLINDER ENGINE KTRADDLH-MOUNTED DRIVING PINION TOROUB-TUBi; OR1VK •JdM.OATING RKAR AXLt WKI.DED STtRI. SPOKK WIIKKLS Ft**d In no mkrr atrMtrtter — .S2J95 . 2350 • 111S . I .US -Other features of the Ford V-S for 1934- isiamiar.i i:,ii,i P i, ,,.,,0 *••".'"' COMI'HLSStON ;.., - JACKK1II) CVJ.I.VUKR aiul CR.SNKCVSE. ....;. T\VIN WATER PUMPS fl'. i CM* ttStit Lttml PrittJ Car rltl, Fit . JiJ» DUAL INTAKE MANIFOLD DUAI.DOVVN.ItRAKTCAR- DliRKTION TUNt;STKN EXHAUST VAbVF. KKAT (NSP.RTS nod MIISUKOOM Hi'DED VALVES SINGLE PANE CLKAR- VIS1ON WINDOW VENTfLATIO.V F. 2-WAV .SHOOK ABSORBERS... .. 1.1.19 .. jra IMMEDIATE DELIVERY kay Tcmi rtnmfA Universal CrtJit Cait[aij— Tlic Aut/ioriieJ FerJ Fiaaaa Flit FORD RADIO l'ROORAM_wi(h Warinft'»rcBn«ylTani3ns: Sunday ^Ta» I ^^» ^ ^^^^M^^^^^^^^» I D ONT wonder why the new Ford V-8 can sweep down the highway at 80 and better. Or breeze along all day at 50 or 60 without the slightest effort. Or why there are more Ford V-8's sold than all other eights put together. The answer is under that beautifuHx streamlined hood. The answer is the big Ford V-S engine. And the new Vord jor 1934 is the only car telling under $2,39.5 that has a V-S engine! The V-(ype engine smashed the world's speed flying record. The V-(ypc engine holds the world's record for motor car speed. The V-type cngincpowcrcd (he fastest motor boat ever built. And the V-iype engine goes into the most expensive cars (hit are made today. The new Ford V-8 is not only the fastest and most powerful Ford ever built—it is the most economical. It actually consumes leu gasolini thnn many cars with lea cylinders! The new ford V-8 offers you Clear-Vision Ventilation and expensive car luxury. Jt offers you the riding case of "free action" for all ./W wheels—rr/M the priceless safety of s(rong axle consuuction: Before you buy any car at any price, see and drive the new Ford V-8; SEE YOUR NEAREST FORD DEALER and Thursday Evcnings-ColurabU Network Now On Display at PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-811 Blythevilie, Ark.
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