,PAGB TWO . NKWS Luxora Society ~r- Personal ' Mission Class M«(s " The meml^rs of the" Mission Study cl?ss of the Bfipt^t Woman's Missionary Society ' iriet at (lie church Tuesday' afternoon, The meting was opened by singing the hymn for' the. year, "I Love, To Tell the Story", and 'repeating irj unison the , year's: Watphword, "The love of Christ Conslralnetli Us," 2 Corinthians 5:14. Scripture road- ing Psalrn i;6,l-3, Daniel. 5:1-5, wps frojn Uje Calendar of nrayer for Tuesday,, August,, 15, folowed by prayer, request from the C»l- endar. Mrs,: -John, Thwcatl, mission study, lesderj introduced Hie first lyio. chapters of ttio new sUtdy, "Tepee .Trails,"- In a most Inter- r and- Instructive way.- I.uvora Literary- Book Club The meting of tho Luxorr. Literary Book was In the home of Mrs, B 0 Wiping Thuisdiij night, and after routine business, presided o\er, by tho president, Mrs. Charlie 'tors, Mrs, Thomas Deal), Mrs, Kol- ,'scy, and Idiss Doris, ot Collier! ville, Tenn., and Duke Dudncey. ', and sons, John F. and Lcroy, of j Shelby, Miss., a sister, Mrs.'vlr- ] giijus Lcakc. Mr. Lenke, and daiigh- tcrs, Dolly and Bill, of Colliery!!!?, Tenn. ,imd Mrs: 'Loyal' Wflloughby, of. TVronzo, Mr. aijd Mrs. Joe Dean, of West Memphis,, Mrs. B, D, Ellis, Mr.s, diaries Sclnvaiv and Mr.'. Robbie Prescoll, of Barlctle, Tenn. * * * Mrs. Jesse J3ro-,vn mjd her daughter, Mrs, Maxlne MoHancy, mo- tovcd lo Memphis Tuesday lo meet, her great-niece, Miss Snra Ella Hadtcy, of Ban Antonio, Tex, Miss Hartley will be a guest in the Blown home for several days this week. Mr. and,Mrs. Jimmy S|nck. Who have spent liic summer at Bnstrop, La., and Ourdon, Ark:, arrived home Monday. Mr. Sluek is principal of Luxora consolidate! schools. Mrs. J. W. nryntit,, mother of n. C. Brynzil, who lias liecn very seriously >1! at tho homo of 1 her son for the past three weeks, is reported as a' little Improved on \Vcdncs\tay. Mrs. Dora Lci'lh, of. Memphis was the week end guest, of Mr. and Mrs. T. D, O'Kcefc. of the Wagnei Music Festival at. dltv b >' Mr - Evnns »'«!. »'s uncle, Beyrouth, followed 1» the story i Sldllcv E V «»S. who returned to of Wagner's, most popular opera, | Ll «° ra Sunday niglil 'Tannjiauscr' as tpld m the Club's ""'" »"""-•»>•• library book of operas Mrs WUMt's v^as assisted by, i)cr SQH, B O,, who ployed as a trumpet solo, ' Tanphauser March," and Little Misses Ann Volliiier, of Memphis, and. Doi|nn Wiindcriich, of BlyUievillc, nntl young \V. J. Wupderlich, Jr., are. visiting In the home of their grandparents, Mi. of Corning, Ark., were In Memphis Thursday, la attend the Will 'Dllliird funeral. | i Mrs.' Annlo Deterly, who 1ms : Seen the B«csl of Mrs. Anna Terry : the past. Iwo weeks, left Monday, night for her homo in Dallas, Tex:' The licv. and Mrs. L: P. Plcm- mln<r; lef.t Monday ntorning for rv 1 visit vlUi, relatives i\hd friends at llieir-fonnei-homo nt /Maiiio, Tenn.' The Hcv. Plcmmlne will lie cnga«- eil in rqvivn): scrvfpos ivrjllo awny. Mrs. Carl Unjflcct was accompanied home Monday, by )ipr sister, Mrs. P.' C. Clhlar, "of Memphis, ill whofc liomo she snout the week end, tor a week's; visit, !Uj;. nndi Mrs, A. Jv t-ynel) and son. lioiiald, of Flint, Mid),, have, returned home after visiting in Hie I homo of Mi:. Lynclt's mother, Mrs. I Lnllnli Lynch, and Mrs. Lynch's pnrontfi, >Slr. and. Mrs. Ray Clia- ham, of Memphis, for (he past two weeks. Mr. ,'ind Mrs,' IJciiel W. liullor, returned liomc Sundny. night after n Icn days trip In (ho Ozarks. '1'hny woro the week end giinsts of Mr. anil Mrs. eiinrllo Hobison. of I'res- cott, on Lake Hamilton, Hoi Herman Lynch, who attended HID Arkansas Polytechnic Institute at- Russcllvillo lust year and will j bo a student* tlio ensuing yenr, left, for Russcllviilc Arkansas T'UCK- <lay whcra, ho will join his school's National Guard flattery for a l.wo wesks oncainpmcnt at Pensacola, Flit. V. C' Bariictt, of Little Rock, wus the week end (juest of his daughter, Mrs. Loin. T. Stanford, and family. Mr. Unrnetti ivus a former sup- erlntciulciH of buxom consolidated schools. Number Nine Mrs. D. Baty.has telurnedi to lier homo after having uccn called to i Tyler, Mo., because of the illness I and death of her mothdn Mrs. \V11-.1 son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Bean were (lie Sundjiy guests of- Mis. Bean's p.itcnls, Me. and Mrs. J-. R. Godwin of 1'rcjjilscd Land, ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins and children, Airs. a. J, Whittle, Mrs, Alattlo Bryant, and Doss Barber were the fjiinday guests of Mr. and Mrs, E, If. Collins. Vonello Mullen, lias returned to her borne after spending several days with her grandparents, Mr and AV*. Ccrketl cf Black Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lester and children of Dell, arc visiting Mrs. Lester's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mediae. , Mrs. IStu.l Collins and two daughters, Barbara and Carol, have returned to their home in LHbourn after spending two weeks here with i rein lives. | CuuriFr News wuul 'a<li> sang "To An Evening Star", the i al)cl Ml ' s - M - V. Qooke, Sr. song sung by Wolfrai) to Elizabeth Mrs. Lillian zyreear and her in the opera, and her dnughtcr, i nephew, Uichard Mlffllii .Perry, who Ann Claire, who, sans the "Venus" song from, the oppra. Tljey were accompanied at (tie piano by Mrs. During the social hour, the menv bers wsrq : anfiaged; Ijv a game of musical geography, concluded by, a symphonyj . the members iinvlng been, supplied with .harmonicas, piccolos, bazookas, xylophone, and various other musical Instruments. 'Hie impromptu, symphony rendered, was "Springtime In Tlio Rock- ies'', the rendition of which was most realistic. has ben visiting in.U)D homo of his uncle. J. I. MIITlln the past three weeks, left Friday for Evansvile, Inci, They stopped onroute of, Hopkinsvillo, Ky., for a visit,. Mil Frcear will visit with her sister, Mrs. D. C. McOehcc, andi Mr. Mc- Gehce. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. O'Koefe and son, William Hunter, left. Monday afternoon for a ten days motor trip to include visits In Natclic/ Vlcksbmg, Jackson, and Wlimna, Miss., mid 1 Now Orleans, La. Wendell Harris and- Mrs. Ilar- Icec] cantaloupe, a-la-morte, was | ris had as their guest Saturday and sgrved at the close of the program. Aflcnd Their Club Mr. a.nd. Mrs. Russell. Bowen, nir. and Mrs, J.cssq. Brown, Mr. and, Mrs. JOB Hires, and .Mr. and Mrs. SBm Bciweh, attended their Osce- ola-Luxora,Blythovi!le club.Tuesday night, at tho'; home of. Mr, and- Mrs. Sam Cox, Osceola. • • *- KeUrns Viom Camp Dj\ic Mr, and Mrs R C Langston, and daughler, Sara, motored to Clayton; Ga., Wednesday after their daughter, Billy., who. has been, at Caipp Divio for tile past six weeks. This concludes Miss Billy's fourth consecutive summer at Cainp Dixie. Ehe has been an Aide in the camp this, summer. * * * Relatives Attending Euneral of Bailey Dudney : Numbered among the relatives \\ho were in Ijuvora Thursdav lo attend the funoral of Bailey Dud- [ ney whose .death, occurred at :i.' Memphis hospital on Wed'nesdoy, I August, 9, Hero, U\o brothers, J. S.I Dudnev Mrs Dudncv and daugh-. Sunday, in tile Anders-Harris home, his twin, brother llio Rev. IjiiKlell: Harris, of Wnco, Texas. Tlie I!ev. Harris graduated in the June class from Baylor Universit> Waco, Tex., and 1 is now- pastor of a Waco Baptist • church. He will enter Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Tex., in September. The tlev. Harris has also been visiting his parents, Mr. 'and. Mrsi A. ,i. Harris, at Campbell, Mo. ,He filled the Luxorn' Baptist, pulptuivt the morning aurt Motor vehicle accidents during 1938 cost SlpD.m.ODO in wage loss, medical expense mill Use overhead- cost of insurance, plus another 5750,000,000. kr property (lamnge. BUTSlLLlNSTftE 'BEST BOURBON" s..«(>r» 1,\ ICOM) WHISKEY , cvenlhy , : services Sunday. Visitors in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.' Bryant over the weekend were Mrs. B. E. Hydo, of Cof- fcevllle. Miss., and Mrs. ,r. C. Carpenter, and daughters, Mildred mid Alma Hyde. .of Water Volley. Miss. iUr. and Mrs. M. C. Cotike, Sr., imd Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. cookc, Jr., " 81,209 MALARIA Oasts reported In the, 0, S. In 10381 •DON'T, DELAY! 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