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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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PAGE TWO —" (ARK.) COU'iVlBK NEWS CQURIEB. NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit A, B, Abmiatbv. ,ii companion Stfcic •-to the— THKiYTEK "OUR LEADING OITUliN" Soci?>! Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Town and Cqmitry cluli meeting with -Mrs. C, C. Laiigston. Miss Mary' Virginia Cutler having APC Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Double Kur Bridge club meeting Midi Mrs. M. T. Burr. Mrs. George Shanks entertaining with miscellaneous slicker far Mrs. Carroll. GriiSii nl three o'clock. Tea Will Compliment firs, freeman Robinson Mrs. Freemni) Robinson, recent bride, will be conipliineiiled with a tea to be givon 'lliursday ajl«r- noon by. Mrs. Edwin Robiiisoii, Mrs. G. E. Crigger Sr., and Mrs. E. M. Terry. ;Tbe affair \vlll te. al tlie Terry home, 1101 West Walnut street, front four to Bi^. o'clock. Mrs. Robinson was before her marriage. July 22, Miss Virginia Simpson, of this city and Knoxvlllc, Tena. » * * Have Program Mcctiiifr ,. Member.? o{ Uie Woman's Missionary society of (he First Methodist church met. yesterday afternoon at the church lo hear a pro-j Brain, on "Widening Missionary Service" led; by Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. The scripture upon which' the program was based was taken from tlie fifth and tenth chapters ol Matthew. ,• Discussions and people participating on the program follow: "Cooperating Council of Methodist Churches", Mrs. Wyalt Henley; "Work Among the American Indian", Mrs. Hmvkins; "Migrant 'Workers in Arizona", Mrs. Robert Baxter; "Rural Work In Texas", Mrs. Ii. E. Old; "Rural. Work in Mississippi",, Mrs, Sally Hubler; "Rural Work in Louisiana and Tennessee", Mrs. W. A. SUckmon; "Phosphate Community Work in .Florida", Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt; "Workers In the Downtown Churches", Mrs. R. A. Nelson. A social hour followed Ihe program. Hostesses were Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. Rojand Green, Mrs. Jack Bishop, Mrs. Algie Bishop, Mrs, J. O: SudblifyV Mi*, O. C. Ganskc nnd Mrs. Tony Thompson, Have Circle Mectin; Ten members of tlie Business Women's Circle of tlie Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church,, met al the home of Mrs. B. J. Allen last nlghl. Mrs, Ross Stevens was leader of fhe program, and Mrs. Alice Wo- m'ack was in charge of the devotional. FLAPPER FANNY - CCPR. 1S19 Bf ncf, SCKVICC. INC. T. M dec, U. S, PAT. Off, By Sylvia . Bits of Newt Mostly Television Type: Girl and Makeup TUKSDAV, AUGUST'15, 1030 Mrs. William lierrymaii alUjiHed (ho meeting, of the Arkansas BoaH of Cosineliu Therapy in 'Little'Rock yesterday, Slio is serving her third year as president, of the board Mr. mid Mrs. Walter Roscnihal' ivcnl lo, St. lauia Sunday to doj marketing for the New York Store ! Tiiey will bo away for several days ! Miss Mary Jo Hull, who, Is attending Hawkins' Medical Laboratory In Memphis, spent Ihe, weekend hero with hciv parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.llall. Miss. Hal), who Is sluitylng lo lie a, laboratory, leoli- niclan. entered school there the lirsl of June-. She will be gradual- led in 10 more mouths, ! Mr. ami, Mrs. U. H. Holt and claiiishtev, Miss Margaret Holt, and Miss Ruby Rose Moore of Cooke- ille. Tonn., are the guests ot Mr. nd Airs. E. M. Holt, Mrs. I. O. Weslbrcok, who lias been ill foi< several wueks in the Memphis Baptist hospital, has been removed to the home of her duuiili- ler, Mrs. R. L, Dcilman, in Memphis, Mrs. Wcslbrook is very much teller. Mcll Brooks Jr., of Little Rock, . .. spent the wceknd hero with his ii>mll >'- She was met in West Meni- 'Tlicre's a lolta mistakes in it, boss. Can 1 just put on 'dictated but not read'?" Jscd as the subject, of a discussion ;iven by Mrs. Swain Smotlierman. Mrs. George Dislngcr read the mediation after which Mrs. shnni- lin ollercd prayer. Durini; the business session, Hj was reported-that S8.'15 hnd bennj turned in on Ihe dollar project.. The ijroiip was dismissed with I prayer by Mrs. Green. | The hostesses served sandwiches I and iced tea to the 24 present who Included four gifcsts. They were' Mrs. Clyde Robinson, Mrs. T. B.' Goddard. Mrs. Annie Perry, and i Mrs. W. T. Daly of Detroit,' Mich., housegucst of Mrs. B. rj. Anderson, * • * KcyaJ Neighbors Mccl With Sirs. John I'oslnr Mrs. John Foster was hostess lo 12 members tf the R:yal Neighbors al a business meeting at her home last night. Hurina the session, the group balloted on ,ncA morahcrs after which rcfresliiiiehls of home mn;le iake and icc'd drinks were served. ^ Mrs. J, D. Barksdalc of Natche/., Miss., ivhj is visiting here, attended tlie meeting, She is a fcrmcr member of Uie C'l.-iss Has t'icnlc A rijciilc supper was served incin- hers of the olc'nner.'i' Sunday schcol class ol Ihc First DaptiM- church, their husbands ami other gueslji at neiv home after which the hostess served refreshments. * • i Is Guest Of Club . Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs, J. W. Johnson, and Mrs. Franklin Her- ftb The enter.tainirig rooms where ,-Jhe guests played bridge were (ice- orated with bouquets of summer TIun , jiiiti.days Arc observed at Oim VMrlv The hostess served a salad course at t) le conclusion of the games. Cdchnir^ Ririhrtl " ceirera cs Birthdar Junmie L:WC. son of Mr. and t, ' ? e ^ Ij °" P ' celcbralcd llis eighth b:,thtiay yesterday alter- Hr?ri y .?" lcrlalnm S le of ^ friends, with a party at Walker The grcup mot at the I.owe hou,= from where they went to the park, After spending iwa hours on (he - " j, omc 0 , Mr . nm NIrs p s p, u - k er , ,, rar D;BWOO( , Ri( ,\ c ' 6 ' ! " lker W - T - WooWridgc cf llarrlr,biirg. . Ark H , riallgh , cr M ,,,",. Austin of Ihis cil7. and hi, gnnd <la« S ht«r, Bertha MavVooWdte- of WiJson, hud (he rb rlbilTv party together. Mr*. Parker is ai laughto? ..t Mr. Wcoldridr.e s a " auslltcr her «n* birllKlav other , I of town guests were- Robert Wool the dcvollonnl at/ llio meeting of eigiit members cf Circle Four at the liome of Mrs. R. li. Blaylock. Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs, W: J. Rodgers led In prayers alter Mrs. Baltic Recce gave the mission study. Mrs. C. B. .I>:hn«on conductc.d the mission study of nine members cf Circle Five who met al the home ot Mrs. John Huchanan. Prayers were olicrcd. by Miss Cordelia Wilhite, and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd. , Aij's. Travis Bivoks. became a ::e'.v : member of Circle Six at the meeting at ihe home cf Mrs. J. O. Barnes, Mrs. Hurry Prilziiis taught the mission study to the six members present. Mrs. diaries Newcomb led in prayer. Mrs, Beasley Holds Little Rock Revival The Rov. Kupha D. Bcaslcy. pus-, tor. of the : First Church of Ihe Nazarenc, who Is conducting n 1 . revival meeting tit Uie First Church in Little Rock, is broadcasting each morning from 10 lo 10.30 o'clock over KAEK, according to word received here this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Luckcy of Little Fiock, singers, are also'fea- tured on Hie liev. Mrs. Hcasley's program. New Liberty Baptists Will Hold Meeting The Rev. Jake Grubbs. pastor of (lie New Liberty Baptist church* nnnouiiccs the opening of an evangelistic meeting al Die church Sunday. The meeting will continue for two wccks. The Rev. Mr. Grubbs will preach and Roy Porter of the First Bap- Msl church of this city, will bo, in charge of the music. Mr. Porter, will also conduct ;i singing- school which will begin Monday morning at 8:^0 o'clock. The public ir, invited to attend these services, the pastor said. To Work Thursday At Sandy Riclge Cemetery Cleaning, decorating and other work will lie done on the Sandy Riclge cemetery Thursday. C. t,. Webb of Uixora. announced today. All who arc interested in ttic cemetery are asked to bring tool.-; an;) meet at wgiit. o'clock at the ccmcterv. Have Family Reunion Members lI>K ' n o, Mrs Mrs. E. F, Blomeycr was hostess <:•- 14 members o! Circle One Mrs Kendall Berry was in charge of the dcvrtiom! lakcti Iron, (he Ihird chapter of John, and Mr-, .Murray Smart, taujht tlie mission slimy. Prnverj; were offered by Mr-. i '•».•>• ^. vitnn;iv Him Mrs. Jack Lo vc antl famil y all ( New Liberty; Mr. an d Mrs. L. D Boyd and family c! Flat Lal-e- i Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyd Ynd' i family, Mr. and Mrs. Oneal B'vd and family and Mr.- and Mrs George Swain and family, all ol Yarbro; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holt, and Jomily cf Lone Oak, aiid Mr and Mrs. Charlie Hide, of Gosncll! • * » Sirs. Shamlin T.i IVo^ram Chairman Mrs. C. T. Shamlin was leader of the program presented al (lie meeting ol the Woman's Mtoion- ary society ot the Lake street Methodist church at Ihe liome o( Mrs. B. C Anderson j-et-terday aft- 1II1KjloII , u ernoon when Mrs. Anderson and | and Mrs • Mrs. Ed Anderson were hostesses. | Nine men Tlie meeting was opened with I mel a! the prayer by Mrs. \V. U Green. lW Mo-reM?, Ecripture from the fifth chapter ot] mission study ind Mr- » , a^siTs^? ^^^: P ^ e r' MIS ^' ^ »& ln s Missionary Service,^ was also! Mrs. E. B. Woodstn w Tom Mrs. .lake 'rhrailkili. 0 | Oscrola. m^ at Vu" or , '' f ' lrclc ' fxa «'hicli met. al the church with Mrs M T Burr as hostess. The eleven' members heard Mrs. Walter Bishop giv« the devotional . ;n "Ell~ha's Mlra-le-" ^l-^ 5 ;,^,\. Bun P^«ent"the study. Mr s . H . H. Brooks 1 hi prayers. <-f Circle Three s_«f Mrs. Leslie Mrs, 3 j.; PQW- B. & P. W. Club Meding Is Held The llotel NnWc last, nlghl was Ihe scene of (lie meeting of members ot tl\e Business and Profcss- ic.iial Women's club. One guest, MIM Clara Ruble, attended. Miss Marie Haniish presided over the business session. A vnsc of red dahlias was presented Miss Louise Simon Cor the attendance prize. During (he social hour the group «'ciH to Kirby Bros. Drug store for refreshments. • We receive more heat, and light frnii the sim in 1^ scccnds tlian v;c do (rom Hie moon la an entire your. Ooing In the 31(,vlcs nri a FREE TICKET! Trade here and get free tickets to >• -\ £ wj] either Rllz or /TV>>VX Uoxy Theatres nl // \ our expense. x / ' S10 In Trade Adull Ticket S5 In Trade ,— Junior Tickev RITE PRICE STORES 11! E, Main 320 W. M.xln Osceola Society — Personal until seven Jl:'s Miss Agnes Ward was hostess lo Wal of the younger liiarried set and unniarrlad- couples at a lawn party at her home on South Uroad- Sunday afternoon from five ven o'clock. At the con- .i of ' badminton, ping pong I Chinese Checker* and croquet Bailies a picnic supper was served under the li'ws. 'Ihc euesls Included Charles Gilbert of College Slallon, Texas and Phil liurk of Bedford, Va. Tin for two weeks encampment' *> ,>, ,, ,, '" ," ;"".," Both boys were members of the ^^ ^ a "" """"* company while students in Ark- Hussellvlllc ' Alk ' ai'isus Polytechnic Institute at Rns- scllvllle. As. camera sees il, this'makeup makes Jcjin O'DomieU look more like 11 circus clown Iliqn Hie attractive Kir) she is. Not so, however, as television receiver sees il. Color contrast, pronounced lines arc necessary lo lyiake Jean transmit prettily. Ma* Factor, Hollywood makeup expert, says Jean has "iitilect television tucc." liarents, -Mr. Brooks. and Mrs. J. Mel) Friday by Mr. anil Mrs. Williams and son, Bill. ! Miss Martha Lee Hail returned Saturday afternoon Irom Eastern Mrs Rnhnri <?,,,,,»,i" i', , """ I'-'nls where she visited upcn re- =«l»SS.H^sss KlIlliL \Vlll[('rS nllfl Pn\1 VllrrniiA .. . -. . _ ' Wor " " 81'Jindson ot Mrs, Hughcy's, Htijli •Webster, and In Washington by her great nrplicw, James Mooro, lor Hie lour. Enroiite home, the pn/ly will slop iu Washington for At The Hospital! J'. C, ,---. -, ,..,, .jiuj/ m >V4SJIl;Jgl.UJI IUI « • *J a visit wllli Mrs. J. A. Moore, and milted, In WQbsUsr Grove, Mo., for a visit " ' will).. Mrs, .Hugh Webster. j Mr. and Mrs. I. s. Burton and daughter, Margaret Burton, lelt today for a vacation and visit in Lewtsbitrg, Tcnn., with Mrs. Burton's mother, Mrs. Jennie Wiggs. They will' also visit the TennesSL'o •Tenn. . Orphanage at Franklin, Jim iiumi and lx?o Schrlcck Jr. spent (he weekend on the excursion lo Pcnsiicola, Fin. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Toole. accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Rodney Anders and Mr. Anders lire on a vacalion to relatives m Hloonificld, Mo. ,,. lu Miss Eleanor Day ol Memphis John lioyd Mitchell, accompanied alKmt fhc w<* pl «l with her cou.- I v Herman Lynch of Luxora will sm> Mrs - D - S ' Lan'ey. Miss Day is leave today for- Russollvi'llo 'Ark aFSUC " lt «l «'<h the- Equitable Life to join, their National Guard Bat- lj)s '"' n " ee company, in Memphis, teiv and entrain for Pen.acola 1 ?"" Icy L , y " dl , f r ' relu ™" 1 fro! " for C,™ ,,,,,,,w, „ ;"..'• » 'wo weeks visit with his aunt. Walls Hospital l-'isher, Braggadocio, ad- Daniel O:pe Jr., Sieclc, mljniUcd. Grace Warren, city, admitted. II. G. McHalfey, city, dismissed. Mrs. Hill Kolwick, city, dismissed. UlvtheviUe llosjiilal J. M. Van Winkle, city, admitted. •John Marcus Payne, city, admitted. Billy Caifcy, city, admitted. Hefty Ami Midllns, 'city, dis- msscd. Eddie Lucas, city, dismissed. Miss E|va Lcwery, city, dismissed. Memphis Meliioilisl llcsplt.'il Mrs. O. O. Hubtard, city admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Borowsky. Manila, a son. Slcii'lihis liiiplist Hospital E. P. Davis, city, admiliej. '" Mis I'iCHlU linleitains Mrs. J. U Ward, Mrs, Jellie •loan Lnuey returned Sunday afternoon from a two week.s visit with her uncle, Fred baney in Camden, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Laney and children, Martha, Carrie We and Felix, accompanied Joan home .. . ........ ,,~v,.i- mill ruiL.s, ;iicuii!|i,tllll'U joall nume uriver, Mrs. J. II. Lovewcll ami nn( | MC guests in the Lanoy home Mrs. Ei - • • . . . Mrs. Eri L,. Qiiirm were Hie addi- liana! table guests playing in the home ol Mrs. W. W. Prcwilt with Ilic Friday Bridge Club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Piewitt used vases •of roses and baskets of butterfly bush in decoration. Highest score award given Mrs. Eel L. Qninn and consolation to Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mrs. Dyer was a tea gitesl. * * * To Give Concert An evening ot sacred music is announced for Thursday, night al the Presbyterian church at eight o'clock. The concert, under the sponsorship of the (our pastors of toivn, will iie given by a male Sunday afternoon. Aflei wedding trip .to ..._ Mr. mid Mrs. Workman will their home ii '"•'' ^';v> *vuiiu«i tiurcuge and <-"t- I.UWLI, win uc given dy a male MI •' , mc ' Mi5s Virginia Eldrcdgc, . both cf j qunrtct prominent, in radio and rtllCl a bncl RrMir>-n \Tn iritK^I ;,. M,,.., v~.,i. IPII'iir 1 /.iivlni; nf Tk,Tii,....1,:.. -..._, n._ , visited City and Washington, D. C., before going to Columbus and Cleveland, . ' Robert Beri'vman is able to be Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lowe of Uicy. out after having been ill sin"c 'Cciiii., nre spetul.iii" this week here Thursday of a sinus iiiieclicn and with Mr. mid Mrs. j. Cecil malaria ' S i c circles of Memphis and the Mid-soiilji, iiaving simg over WMC and WREC and in the Memphis churches. The quartel includes Grin Dabbs, first tenor; Edward Richmond, second lenor; Cecil Gishaiu, baritone; Marshall Grish- n m, bass. The public is urged to take advantage ol this cultural op-. •porlunity. for several days. Mildred Jolly returned Sunday afternoon from a week with relatives in Tupelo, Miss. Miss Jolly, accompanied by Mrs. C. D. Richards and children, Gloria anc Daniel, of Memphis, and MIES Flossie Williams of Osceola, lef yesterday afternoon for a vacation with relatives al Irontou, Mo Miss lone Winton of Memphis has returned to her home aftei ten days here in the homo of iier undo, E. S: Driver and Mrs. Dri' ver. Her mother, Mr.s. V: P. Win ten, came up for the weekend. E. M, Jaffo, Miss Lillian JafTe, and Mrs. Jack Applebanm of Bly- chcville spent Sunday at the Methodist hospital in Memphis with Mrs. JafTe, who. is a patient there following an operation for appen- dictis last Thursday. Her daughter, Frances Elaine JafTc, is remaining with her mother at the the Mrs. R. A. . Miss Mildred Temple ot ' L-ylss Canyon, U:s Angeles, San Francis- nuhs mmiiui temple 01 L.yiEs, „, nn.n.,,,,i 0 i,, \,~r • Tcnn,, came Sunday ' to. spend •, C "; ' " rt)l I1(J ' • Sei ' tll ' : . Victoria, Vanlew days here with her aunt Mr". ° vet ' Lakc I '°"' se - »»"* and E. M. Huifman, and Mr. Huffman.; °' C. G. Daniels and daughter, Mrs.' " !tl !"> Bcrryman spent the wcok- B.. L. Stiles, have returned from CIUi '» St. Louis where lie attended points' of Indiana and Michigan lilc 1)!t " &imc between St. Louis 'where they visited relatives. While !U "1 Cincinnati Sunday. He .was away, they also visited at vartais awarded the.trip, by his canpany as lake spots along the Great Lakes.. a result of filling- his (iiiola ever n Mr. Stiles, went for them Saturday certain period of time, and accompanied them home, '• ' Mr - and Mrs. Ray Worlliingtoii Mr. and Mrs. M. Fil/,simmo,is have returned from a ten days' returned Sunday nlghl from a vacation spent in Montreal. N. C week's vacation, They were guests and other interesting places in that .at Kamp Karefree on Horshoc slate. They took tlie Smoky Monn- Lake for a few days and also vis- lain drive lo Montreal. hns arrived to spend two weeks with her niint, Mrs. P. E. Fo\, and Mr. Fox. Mrs. A. C. Holmes of Rascdole. 1 Miss., and Miss Dollie Harvey of Birmingham, Alii., came Sunday to spcu a week here with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston. Mrs. Holmes Miss hit sit vc ,../ ,:, „,",,« A a(I *' ,,f' ^Tt™ a ceo,*^ ""?<^' Mnlt " ewii 7 m ? r'" °" ", l , IP ^ x °^ lluKK antl also Belle Whitsill. Miss Alice . . . s. rs. ome w » , . is a sister and Miss Efarvev a niece ^ V "' slU ' 8lul n " ESC " Campbell lefl of ' Sunday monim s for New York of Mrs Livingston Harold Hayncs of Fort Smith * ll . cre ll ,' c - v " liln to "I"™ 1 \™ weeks cnnic yesterday for a visit witli ,.?, m , g . ' c f:l11 b «. v !»S- for Miss Ills parents, Mr and Mrs T H wmts!lts Sliop. They were acc;m- Hnyiics and his sisler. Mrs Iiuss°!l " :VIllp(l "- v Mrs - Jo '''• Trice of Karr, and famllv. He is cxnccletl J"' 10 -^ 01 '"- 1 l r arr, and family. He is expected lo return tomorrow. Mrs. W. p. Coolcy and ton. David, ot Jr.iner, are the guests ol Mrs. Cooloy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Monn. 'Ihey CQIUC here with - - ---- - •.'«•Mr. and Mrs. p. K. Cooley when r _ Ji "', lc> ' l!ob c ' ro(1 ™h and Robert Mrs. D. Worlli Grice of Ashc- vilic, N. c., har, come f-:r a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. Leo. and family. Miss Eugenia Crawford. Miss ,Sue lime ' ' Jonta were they returned from fine liiuff J o»tn "'ere in Memphis Sunday whtro they visited Mr. and Mrs'. ft "' tl10 MOAT productkn of "The ElFlncr D. Beall and family. , Vagabond King." Mrs. "Fluid Nico) and daughter, MiK > June Workman is expected Jane Annis, are visiting Mrs. Nf- lo return the middle if Ihn went col's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. w. [rom Joncsborj where, she has been Hendricks in Little Rock. Mr. Nicol visiting Miss Ruth Louise Ilamil- .will join his family there for the ton since. Sunday, weekend. j Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dnllon and Mr. mid Mrs. W. T. Daly of Os- Lv.0 daughters cf I'onr.a city. Okla., troit, Mich., camf. Sunday night came Sunday alternion for a for a vhit wilh Mr. and Mrs. B. witli Mr. Button's aunt. Mrs S P C; ',,,'\'," imo "' ' Lcc ' !l " ri fa'""?- Tlicy left this af- Wnllcr Kirk of Tucson. Ariz., is ternoou. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berry- — ~, — man here. Mr. Kick came yfitmlay ' Soil ivory d:ro not. split easily and will leave tomorrow moniinj and is. therefore, more easily work- f;r Cclumbus. Ohio, where he will er.1 into inlricihc deii'jis and pul- visit relatives. ' . terns than is lurri iv-ry Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and son, Bill, who have been spending the summer at Camp Uio Vlsfa at Hardy returned home yesterday. Mrs. Franklin Horlon and U6 chlWrcn. Prank nnd Mary Cliar- linc. of Hcpe. are six;nriin» two vveeki here with Mrs. Horton's sister, Mrs. Marion Williams, and Dr. M. L. Skaller ' ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE "2nd Floor of The 1st. Natl. Bank Bldg. Attention AH Ex'Servicemen Important Business to be. transacted at regular r loniglil. ,\( 7:30 p.m. Sharp. Legion Hut i.cuvr For IHe.xico. Mr. and Mrs. E: R. Smith Jr. . . . .. Bob Gillespie ol Luxora and Mrs, R. S. Wilson of Osceola left lodin for a three weeks vacation in Mex•co. They will be the guests o' A. J. Knmiroz in Monterey for scv- tTJiy days. He plans to accompaiiy them to Mexico City and on to Ihe Pacific const city -of Acaniiieo, which is 'one ot the re-Iueling steps for: the' China Clippers flying to the Orient. Mrs. Godfrey Wliilp Hostess. Mrs. Jasper Thomnson and Mrs. James Driver were guests playing n'ith tlie Friday Bridge club at Die country home of Mrs. Godfrey While on Friday aflernooii. Marigolds and zinnias were used in Hie playing rooms and on Hie screen porch. Highest award was won by Mrs. Faber A. White. 4 » * Amcn-j those who went lo St. for ihn weekend to attend The planet Jupiter revolves aliout the sun In 12 of our earth years, i"t a day en the planet is only ) 11:111-5 and 55 minutes long, since he planet spins completely on its axis in that time. licspital. Frank Gibson Perrin liome Saturday from returned summer vacation spent in Detroit, Mich., with his uncle, Prewitt and Mrs. Semmes. Frank also visited the New York World Fair, Niagara' Falls and points in Canada. He was met in Memphis by Mrs. M. V. lexandcr and Jerry One of the largest prairie do3 towns ever reported extended- from Trega- county, Kan., ak'ng the divide north of the Smoky Hill river Almost to Colorado. Parts of the t:\vn were located in areas w •vater was 350 feet below'-the .'ace. games between the Louis Cardinals and the Cniciiinali Reds were Jlr. nnd Mrs. Ben But- 'er. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant. Mr. int! Mrs. Frank Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., ol Driver. Sue Clay Hughey of Houston. Tex., who has "been visiting her lovewe'll. lea 'snndav. accoiupr.n- |nr"r S r,ml'!r",!'^'i i "r'!'- A ?- rCa M KM -'' ler icd bv her oilier Errufdmotlicr Mr<i " r r , e S ll ' lrl " bco ! 1 l>;ibles - Get Mexican E A HUohpv nf WniiVnMQ \£ : ' OXV(lcr to<lii y- New si/C Costs tint iW'w^wpTwMU afcw « 1 " s - Sollll 'y | «''««c«wh™. and the New York World Fair. MFYIf ANHECTDAWn^D They were joined in 81. 1,01115 by "'tAILHllSillirUnyCK .Give Your Feet This Cooling Jtiffr And You'll Step " C U I I D D HILLS AND FEVER fare's.Relief From Malaria! • Don't let Malaria torture you; with f-?." V ' er Wilh chi " s ulul bunl At. first sign of Malaria lake Grove s Tasteless Chili Tonic. A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for (he purpose. Contains tasteless qniiikline and iron ' Gvovc's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually combats Malaria infection in the blood. It relieves Ihc frccziiv chills, the burning fever. Helps you feel bener fast. Thousands lake Grove's.Taslclcss ChilJ Tonic for Malaria ancl swear by i> Pleasant to lake, too. Even children lake it willioul o whimper. Don t siiiver and burn At Ma* lai'ia's rirstsigii l:''-o Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonic. . all drucstorcs. Buy the. larfic si;,..- as, it gives you much.more for your money. Coolest. Spot in Town Watch Society Of Courier Fiews.Fw- Free Show GuesU TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT rwn Adjiiifled for the I'rice ot 1 You Deal) v Go PI ace's * This Summer- . —^HW^^^^B^^^ Siiimncr or wiirter you can get com- lorl in yoiirsliocsbyslialciiigin Mexican Powder or rubbing your feet with it. 11 will soolticand cool tliosc "luirl- Ipot,iiU5Cries"tlntm;it:cyoii(lr.-ij;around like thcye^irs h;id done you ~t'ron%. A dash of talcum won't give you llic Hear A. D. Muse Preaeh Christ! IN WHOSE NAME, AND BY WHOSE AUTHORITY HE IS PREACHING IN BLYTHE- V1LLE, ARK. TONIGHT'S SUBJECT: "The Spin! World"—"The World of Evil Spirils —Dcmonology." WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S SUBJECT "The Sptril World"—"The Two Kingdoms—The Kingdom ol Darkness." THURSDAY NIGHT'S SUU.IECT: "The Spirit World"—"The T\vo Kingdoms—The Kingdom of Light." Don'! Miss "ANGELS", Surtdny 3 p.m. Over KJU.C.N. 1290 Kilocycles 10:30 Every Morning. * At The Tent, Corner Main & 7th 7:45 Every Night Al:-.i) selected sliorls Admissifin Sfathicc l(!c & Night ICc & Xc Weds. - Thurs. Paramount Nc«-s, Screen .Siinp>hol» ft 'aiiisiral Shorl. Admission .M;i(inrr Nil.hl IfiD & RO X Y Admtsslnti always lOc it Z6c Siatlnccs Frl.-SuL-Sun. lue. - Wed. - Thur, PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted r or (j ve pr | c( . of , A "PEN"TURNS MAN TRAP!

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