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PAGE TWO NEWS COURItR NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit ^tirsball Canifrbh <fc comp.uilo Sleelc —Jo Hie— KIT/, THEATER —to we— "GOOUBVK MK. Cllll'S" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles LangstoH having ADC Bridge club. Town and Country cliib meeting ' \vllh Mrs, J. W. Parker. Lilllc Theater meeting 7:30 / o'clock lii municipal coiirt room cf ,\ city hall. ^ THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. G. Shlbley entertaining Piosperlly club, 2:30 o'clock. Altar society, Clmrcli cf Hie 1m- liiaciilale Conception, sponsoring blrigo party, eight o'clock, at Citth- clic Hall. Miss Virginia Martin, of Uell, entertaining iier bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Blytheville, Osceola, Huffman chapters of Order of Eastern Star having joint 'picnic at Walker Park, three o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY Osceola Society — Personal "Will you give Miss Belly my compliments an' say that I'd link to civc her ;i quod soc!« in (he nose'.'" and J. Peck Ind.. will K o to St, Louis Sunday clly, but who Have been livliiK in after bnvms spent two weeks litre Donlpban, Mo., for Die past Iwo H?' V?^"?°I"''*"*"' mis'wee"™;! wm ngi.'nnkelhis 1 a week witli his grandmother. Mrs. ihelr -home A. C. Untcliclt, In 61. Lonls bo- lore rctiirniiiR (o his home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barvon of Pleasant HHI, La., Mr. tind Mrs. Dale Bemotli alici daughter, Barbara Dale of Vivian, La., and Mrs. Mnbic Ourlln of San Angclo, Tex., relumed lo their home, this morii- ing after having spent a few clays here with Mr. ami Mrs. J. P. Friend and family. Mrs. Friend nnd son. R. A., and their liousegucsls spoilt yesterday In Memphis. daughter Betty Lon aiid the Misses Dorothy Aim Ncwsom. Wayne IJonl. (iticl Demetrn Baker left. Saturday for Pensarola, Fla., where (hey will spend two weeks on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Scott, and niece Carol Sutherland spent Sunday In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cook ami Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reeves Lanjjdon spent, the week cinl in Poplar Blnff, Mo., where Iliey were guest. 1 ! of Mrs. Cook's and other Caruthersville Society — Personal To Have Call Mc'ciiiiff of Woman 1 * Club Tomorrow Mis. E. p. Blimeycr, president of Hie Woman's 'dub, has called a meeting o[ the club for tomorrow morning at S:30 o'clock at the dub to discuss plans Icr Hie fall season. She lias urged that all club members, especially committee members hud chairmen, be .present to rik- ciiss thfi year's prbgrmn. To Be Hostesses For Bingo Tarty Mrs J. J. Duly nnd Mrs. C.~C. V>\orl «-iy be liostesscs In the bingo party iA the Catlioilc Hall I: morrow night at eight o'clock The affair is Under the auspices of the Altar s-cfcty of tiic Church of the Immaculnte Conception. * * '* IE GfieSf of Club Mrs. Jith V, dates played cards willi members of the Tuesday Contract club : yesterday afternoon when they were entertained at the hoitic of Mrs. v. 'p. Miller. BmimiEtf, of dfiiiilas nnd roses decorated the enteriaininu vooins where the guests played bridge. Mis. V. G. Holland was iilgh scorer find Mrs. Miller, second high. The hostess served refreshments al (he conclusion of the Eanies. Bit? of New* Mostly Persbhalt "•••-"-• i i Miss Mary Helen. Mo:re is cx- pedcti to return Frlda.y from Kcn- ncU wlicrc she has spetil a week will) Miss Betty Arm J.'nes aiui Dr and Mrs H A. Mcliauey ntul family. She \viir be molorc'tl home bv Air. and Mrs. Karl Coble. Mr aticl Mrs. Bert Uvmb a iH ftliss Virginia Durliam spent th" weekend in Eupora. Miss. They were accompanied Irme by Bill" Jean and Bert. Lamb who hail visited their grandparents in Eupora for six weeks. Leon Smith Jr. of Fayetlcville. is spending a few days here a.-, llic gueit o'f Howard Moore anrt iam- ily. fie stopped lierb en route 10 his iicm- from llic northern part of Grcigia where he has been in camp for the past si:-: weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown, of SI J-ouis, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Brown's mother. Mrs. II. • " u '•"-"• ftinann Assoc.inlion I Charles Sih.lietl nnd f: M, Ingram, and sister. Mrs. Mrl- Ri) l't'st Trainius Onion Conference I Mnreiavc drove lo i rlred Mayo. They were accomp.ni- »"' ^ held with l\ w Cnnithrrs- i meet his mother .ltd home by 'Mrs. Inn-nn, ,,,vi -Hie ItnpMst Church on Monday.! Mr. and Mrs. Kvnclt McDoTCll! '' •"• 'llie mecliiii! will bc-jof Jonrstoro. Ark., visited KnteHalncil At Dinner Mrs, • Howard Ciiiininehiun and Mi-s. Floyd Neelcy were lioslesscs' lo fifteen incmbers of the Past Malvons cliib Monday evening ivhen they entertained with i\ dinner al tlie home of Mrs. Cunnlng- linni In Cnrtner lMncu. Mr. Cuii- nirtyhain anrt 'I'om Mavkuy were Micsts of the club. A delicious two course sliinnicr iiiciiu had been prepared and wns served lo gunsl.s .seated nl smnll tables in the living rnoin. Kollo\»-in'c dinner Mrs. ^. o. Shepard presid- (xl riuriiiB l]>c business session. Mrs. .' .' " _„. .('r RAincs ami ronlcsl.s and Mis. Mon.i Helm and Mrs, .lack Hnrl, ivhose blrijlidays occurred this monlh. received gil'ts from Ihe club members. The next mr-elins will »c Held September II) wilh Mrs 11 T ->; ,,,,^ TIT I II, , '• .....^., .,..,, II. l.,,ll;l ,[1 11 mid Mrs. J, W. Davis a.s Ullion city while nwi , y Mrs. E. II. MnsKravc relumed Mnrtrid Vvwhlionil 'VucsJay morning from Dallas. Tcx- I' T 0 rnnrrrenrP "•"" WllC1 ' C S " C ll! ' S S ! 1Cllt thc I 1!)sl ;,,• U - (mlmn ^ I monlh wilh lid daughters, Mrs. I lie New Madrid Assoc.inlion j Charles Sih.lietl nnd family. EfotlB Memphis to 'relatives. They returned lionie Sun- clay evening aini the Cooks left tor Ihcir home in Walnut nidge, Ai-k., Monday. Miss Adele Hook oi Osceola, Ark., wlio spent last week here as Hie lumseeiicsl of Prank mid Boh Wilks, tins returned lo licr homo. Misses Uollye and Cynthia Hob- in.son relurneri Sunday afternoon from Purely, Mo., where they had ynnc for Iheir sister, Miss Deity, who hiis .spent Ihe pnst two months there In Camp Sylvanln. Mrs. II. W. Cain uiKlcrn'ctit, an operation in the MiHhorlist hospital in Memphis last, week, Kdivard Cain al Pecan Point., Ark., spent the week end here ivith his parents. Miss Violet Naylor whtvj has .•;j)cnt the past week in Memphis «ith hri- niece, Mrs. J. B. Slaughter and family returned horne Emiilny. Mr. -and Mrs. Slaughter and baby and Glymi Wiseman of Memphis accompanied her homo and spent the day here. Misses Grace and Karnassc Cain returned Sunday Ilornbcak. Tenn., where (hey have spent the pusl^lwo weeks as quests of tlicir pnuidmolher. They also visitcrt rel- allvcs and 'friends in Rulglcy and . classes f:r Ihe FaHmeclims'. I'resliylcrliin Auxiliary Mccls i Mrs. George l-Mi'lnston,' assisted^ hy Mrs,.j. II. Hock Rs co-hta(es.s,' 'entertained b:tli circles of the Presbyterian Auxiliary al lii" W- ringlou hoihe yesterday nfloVuoon' when Mrs. E. S. Chiles, .presideill., gave llic devolknal from the 23rd Psalm ana led the program; i A pi-cgram feature led by Mrs ' A, P. Splcsc was callctl "islis p to m i Boiler Books' aha Included brief; extracts from the folkwins book.s; I Shcliiierds' Hemembranee, 'trims- fuming Friendship, Sins of the I Salnls. Like As We Arc, given bv 1 the following woinen: Xirs. L f lawrencc, Mrs. Bob Grcmer Mrs J. E. Simmons Mrs, B. 3 Bnan and Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr. A poem cntifled "'Tlie•Bcgliinlrig" was read by Mrs, George Edrinotni. In the business session conducted bv Mrs. Chiles, new subscriptions ^ Ihe church periodicals Were secured, mission study classes planned for Hit Fall, and n v;'tc taken lo purchase a radio for the ii<;c<l Inmates of the County iichie Mrs. j. J. Hcsley of Chlca'r. Who Is Ihe guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed- rlngton, Whs the only vlsltcr * * » Iiapli.'-( Cirolr.% Meet Thirty nine members'of the Bnp- tlsl Women's Missionary Unl:n mel in the homes of Mrs. Jcltie Driver. ^frs. M. E. McDeaVman, Mrs. oearcy Mears nnd Mrs. Gilbert. Maslin ycslcrdny aflcriicon. Circle one, • niceling with -Mrs Jettlc Driver, had Mrs, fi. A, Teaford as leader cf a prbsram on Evangelism based Vip'on the work and plans of Dr. Rcland Q. LcaVcll. superliilcndent of Evani>elism in (he Southern Baptist. .Conv"cnli:n.! Thc plans launched at llic rcceul mcclinsj of lire teaplist World Alliance at Alianla for a five-year in- l«!isive cvangflislic campaign IhrcuRhoiit the world were d'ls- fiussed. Rlrs. Zirkle was Added as a new meinlier. Mrs. C. L. Smith •:! Jackson, Tcnn., sister of ^frs. W. P, Hale,' gave the devotional at. Die meeting of circle two. In the program led bv Mrs. Hale, chairman, these having n part were Mrs. P. M. s.ius- sier. Mrs, O. A. Rodgers, and Mr*, lirdncy Anders. Following Die devotional by. Mrs. William Slcwart al circle : liirec. Mrs. R. H. -Jones gave highlights: of the Baptist World Alliance which recently met in Atlanta, showing many views cf the lending sessions, newspaper coverage, program literature and periodicals secured nl the meeting. Prayers were oirercd by Mrs. A. L. Bryce and Mrs. W. S. Hcndrix. " : Mrs. Scftrcy Mears, leading the| program In her h:me on home nils-' fJon work among the Chinese in Ihe Sculh,. had Mrs. E. R. Reitl, Mrs. G. H. Bratlon. Mrs. 3. A. filler, Mrs. Leonard Pcnclrrgrajl and Mrs. C. A. Slrange on f:j short talks. Mrs. Ida Tucker gnyi Ihe devotional. Senior (Miriyflnn Circle Mcr-U Mrs. J:c Yonn7. presidenl of the ?cn!:r Circle of Ihe Woman's Coirtv- cil of thc Clirisliaii church, caller! a special meeting of the circle Monday nflcniorii to plan llic R'o- tary limchcons and arrange study middle cf September. M | ss cart- week * E ° "" SC1M " 9 ' ' or nish Katie Nell D 1Wi >on Is Ihe ' aul Mrs - M - Mrs. Carroll Griffin was before her recent, marriage, Miss Helen Hughes. She and Mr. Griffin are spending this week In Manila before going to Marked Tree to make their home. will begin on regular schedule Ihe firsl Monday in September. The rcnior r.irclc will meet on each first and third Mcliday ol Ihe nioiilh. anrt the Junior circle will meet -n Ihe second and fourth Mondays o' Ihe months. conduct special conferences on .ltd home by Mrs. Ingram i.ml Miss Louise Mayo, who will visit I hem for two weeks. Miss Edith Tillman vvcnl to C.v nithcrsviitc 'this morning to spend her week's vacation with relatives and friends. Or. and Mrs. Ernest Slovall and daughter. Dorothy, of Washington., >•, •p»nv»n^T- (y€S ' craay lo visil Mlr " rU 1"'"^ "t'trainiiiR imic.n"work' and Dr q.^'»^ rS K J ' R ' S' 0 ™ 11 '! 1 " 110 pvmi "S sKBion will clow, wilh a rt w 5 «" S bictilcrr - J - «•!'" insnirationnl address on, "Body ni,.-, i . al anrt ^">lliP3.iMhid. Soul-All for Jesus" lliey plan to be here until Sat,-1 * • » urciay. Mrs. Max I! RrM is convntow ;s Ma ''- v Crrw " Jo "''"' «''"' ls ing at her home i. we,I Main n" P!0y!> ? al LnI '' < *' B<1 ' M<> " ;; '"'" 1 ' street from a recent illness which lc w v> k c ,',"' . here wilh llcr "'°- operalioh performed j M^ar^f'Slon^tiMcach- ! Ing nl CoLlomvoor! Point, (his jvnr, "Pent thc week end here with' rci- Mrs. Virgil Avery, and Clarence Rozemnn, all cf 'Crawfordsvlle; Miss Lucille Cnrnes cf Gafnsvillo. Fla., ahd FYaiiklin Robinson of Clark'sdalc, Miss. Mrs. Lccnard Pe'ndcrgrast spent lour days last week hi Paragould as guest of Miss Mao Ifayes. Miss Hayes was former chief telephone ;pcralor at Ihb Osceola cffi;e. Clementine Bmven and Virgiiiin Cromer will spend Ihe weekend in Crawfordsvillc, Ark., as the guesl of Katherine Bland. • Mr. and Mrs. John A. Edrlngteii and soils, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stephens nnd four daughters arrived lirme today from a week's fishing and camping trip on the fit. Francis river near Greenville, Mo. Madeline Ellen Edringt:n, Donna Rae Driver, Frances Conway aii'd Mackic .Smith visited friends in Little Rock and Hot Springs last, weekend, returning itfonday. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. K. Harwarg have returned fr:m a buying trip to St. Lollis. Among these \vho went to Paragould Tuesday for the district B. V. P. U. conference held nl thc first Baplisl church were the Rev. IIar:ld B. Tillman. Ambrose Tenfold, Frank Tourpktiv;. Jean Chiles, Mrs. R'.dncy Anders, Louise Goodwin Marlha Tompkiiis, Prances Lunrty, Virginia Hcndrix. Belly Jean Morre, Martha Ann Moore, Mrs. A. t.. Boyce, Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs. U. L,. C:nway left Tuesday for -Epps, La., lo spend the winter with her son, Hugh Conway and family after a visit of several weeks here \uth Mr. and Mrs, Paul C n- way. • Mrs. Raymond Carljvrl?ht, ,and daughter. Pearl CarUvright. re- Uiriled llic last ol thc week f'r'ctn Blbominglo'n, Ind., wlicrc they completed details for Pearl's entrance to'the University ol Indiana thc , ,' Acco ''"'»S lo - word received by her parents, Miss »aw- s-n will leave that city Irday in coiiimiiy with her cousins. M.irga- « B «">M*rUn CarlCT, for a motor trip to the New York Wcrld's Pair and p-.inis ln U)C ^^ nlliml toosecplamtiincfortheopenln, i, Ml 'f; J""" 1 ; Wigdor :f Charles- tn, ATo., Is here (or a visit with 'tier mother. Mrs. Rose ooUlbcr" f Mr. and Mrs. B . j,. Ir!ll .,. is alv ,' (JaiiRhlor, Mary Katherine. have i i-cturiicd 13 llielr home In M-rril- lon, Ark., foiloufii'; r. visit with Mr. Harris' sister, Mrs. E 3 Driver and Mr. Driver. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Driver hnvc had as their KUC sls (he past week Mfs. Driver's cousin. O. D. Waldrin and Mi-s. Waldrip and daughter .'f Tcxai-kana. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dovlc are expected Ihe last cf the week from Cincinnati lo he the gue.sls ot his brother. George Doyle, and family. They will be j-lned here by their three children. Patricia, Marcia aiid Jim. who have spent Ihe summer with (heir .grandfather Pope til Camdc'n. Jean Pcg B rclurncd Tuesday .from Widcncr where she visited her arandrxircnls, Mr. and Mrs. C. a Fogg. Previous to her visit there. she has spent the summer at Camp Miramichec at Hardy, Ark. Mrs. T. P. Florida and Mrs. W. P. Hale, aco;ni|)anied by the latior's sister, Mrs. J. L. Smith, spent (he day in Memphis yesterday. • Mrs. Jimmie Ow.illncy had as her guest this week. Mrs. Jimnlta Winstead Miller of Helena, Ark. Dr. L.-D. Masscy and Mrs. Mtissey and daughter. Anna Merle, returned Monday night from a Jive-days inctor trip to Asheville, N. C.. and 'ndier points in that state nnd East Tennessee, returning by Claytiii. Ga., to bring their other daughter, Charlene Massey, home from Camp Dixie where she has spent the summer. Charles Gilbert who has spetit, •cveral weeks here with his sister. Mrs. E. H. Burns and family, will go to Memphis Saturday morning ivliere he will j:iii a party of friends for a trip (o New York. Mr. Gilbert will remain in the East for a visit- with his mother, Mrs. W. H. Gilbert at, Hackensack, N. J.. until time to return li Texas, A. and M. College, Crllege Station, Tex., where he is a senior this term. Mrs. C. E. Siillengcr and son. Charles Snllengcr, spent Sunday and 'Monday in Hot Springs with Mr, Sitllcngor, whs is lakin;; a course of baths there. He expects t: return home Ihe latter part of this week. Miss Irma Simmer of Strong, Ark.t is here for an extended visit with her brcllier, Robert. Sunnier and family. Miss Sunnier returned to Osceoln «illi licr brother and w;ifc last weekend fr;m Slrong where they went to accompany their (laughter, Maiy i). Stunner hume after sending the summer with her grandparents In £(rcii!. and her grandmother, Mrs. A. T .Stringfellow of Little Rock. Kverylliiiu;- for yirtij- cntcv- lainrncnl ;ind comfort. Warch Society P»ft 0) Conrier Newt F«< Free Show,Gue»ti \VEDN'KSi)AV, AUGUST 23, 1939 Down MciHory Lane At The Hospital* Hlythevlllc Hospital Thrums Swindle, Haytl, dismissed. Mrs. VV. O. Hlgginson, city, dls- 10 years Ago Hilly Cooly. n lo::al .student In ininlslry In Ilendrix college. Conway, will pccupy (he piilpii of (he First Clirislinh hiarh here Sunday morning (lining the absence of Ihe iwslor, Die recv. E. K. Latimcr. Ursl uravel for siirfaclii!; the lilgluvay between Blytheville and Aimprel Ims arrived and (lie work of spreading it will start, at once. The new road is expected to lie rondy for travel about October first Hicksvtlle, N. V.: Mrs. Charles A. LiiKlberB made her first solo hl today as her famous husband i-tood on the ground and watched with no apparent nervousness. (•'ive Vcai-s A^o Funeral services will be held this afternoon for Mrs. Alice Carrie Reagan, 58, wife of A. E. Hoagan, who succumbed at 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Blylhcvillc hospital. A seldom used criminal statulc was invoked today lo charge George Arcvnlo Crira, 24 year old Filipino, and O'arnion Hios Cruv,, his 19 year old wife, with anarchy, accusing (hem of agitating overthrow of the state and federal governments Iliro t ii words and action calculated to produce such a result. They arc scheduled to stand r,n iv i tomorrow on charges filed by W. Leon Smith, dcpnly prosecutor. One Year Ago Boniieville Salt Flals, Ulalr. Captain George E. T. Eystoii, the English speed driver went 347.155 miles an hoilr toJay in his Thunderbolt car but it <iid not coinil for a record as the average of two runs is necessary lo constitute .a record. His previous record was 311.42. Mrs. Ciirlis Nelson, Armbrel, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. Mo:dy Ciilpnian, Stcclc, admitted. Miss June Workman, city admitted. Memphis SI, Joseph's Hospital L. Ii. Goodc, BassclU admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. T:m Davis, Holland, admitted. Mrinplils liaiitisl llcspilal Mrs. Jane W. Wheeler, city, admitted. II. M. Curtis. Carulhersville, admitted. T. J. Rienftart, Osceola, admitted. James Howard Southern, Steelc, admitted. William Splcer, Liixora, admitted. Mrs. Ray Worlhlirjlon, city, ad- missed. I-'inds Old Treasure SANTE FE. N. M.—While cleaning out an old Ivell hi the basement cf Candelario's old Indian trading post, in crdcr to imp 1 -" n n i-v> r |-i. attraction, Robert \Mgil fomid a bucketful of clrt Spanish gold coins and jewelry wcrth, .by weight alone. $9,000. ONE OF NATURE'S GREATEST AIDS FOR BABY'S HEALTH is llic kind of rest lie can't get if disturbed by burning, itching bothering o! many skin irrititions likely to torture lus tender skin. That's'why wise mothers—after every bath and change of diaper— counl on the real medicated, comfort of Mexican Heat Powder. A mere dash o( talcum won't give tlie same results. So ' get Mexican I feat Powder from your, drug store today. Wonderful for lired hurting, burning feel. Sold everywhere' A Set of 4 Firestone HIGHSPEED TIRES BUY ON OUK BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Ellis Snipes, Budget Mgr. 5(h * Walnut Fhorie'X10 Miss Charlotte H:lt -:f -Salem, j, c , c; lil. arrived Sunday night to be the guest ot Miss 'Catherine Harwell in at two o'clock in the after- J with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. ioon ant] continue through niiiD. K-lperton Sunday On Monday -vrrnini? session with a tree picnic j they lea (or Farmiiiglon Mo - - "rvert by thf hostess chinch. where tbey will visit n-illi Mr Me- '< llcr homt tu I "- c Street. Her hr< r.tatc training union workers Powell's parents roi several days daughter. Mrs. W. B. .J-.bnsoli ot '•n ' for Ibe next Uvo weeks. Mrs - J - T - Hhoads Is millc 111 at s i sva ays . . . . .. will lie present! Mr. and Mrs Lee W Rood left. ' Newport,, arrived Salnrdny to al- atives anrl friends. followed an „,.. three weeks ago. Mitchell Best has returned from .McCrory, Art:., where be spSit the summer with his parents. Miss Mildred Moore arid Joe nildy m.i- tored o\er for him Monday. Miss Jwie Workman is restr.ig well at ITie Walls hospital follow-1 in? a tonsileelomy performed ihis morning. Mrs J p. Holland anci Mt ._ Charles perry are spending today In Mtinphls. , " nil j/ .^,111 Mr. and Mr* . tyobley Estcs and sr>riKlil1 " ">'•' daughter. Virginia, are visiting inl 11 ™ 10 ' °- «• Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Limbaurli ' n:l son end Mr. and Mrs. Kulph Ennis nnti son spent. ,Stmclay in anrt Mrs. • Monroe Abernatliv ar.3 children spent p m iday in Os- tECla. Ark., wlicrc they visited with relatives aiid friends. Jcrr>- Daniel ol Memphis (5 week here with Ins Thomas. . , vs - r*omls of Mississippi. Tliey plan! Mr - ailri M «- Charles Aydcloll Orleans f or ai™° !lvc -' near the grammar^cliool 1 *'' e announcing the arrival of a j son He has teeii given the name ' the sec(he first to go on to brief visit before returninj here in 1 *'' e announcing the arrival of ten days. j son He has teeii given the Mrs, J. J. Davis has returned i° f J e>'ry Ronald, this is th r- on j.^.. five ^'ela Vocation spent ond child in the family (h In California tinA ot iein a ' ... California tinA other western j Elates. Among places visiied were' Los Angeles, Harbor clly, San Dl- ego, .Old Mexico, Ihe fair at San rranclsco, Salt. Lake city, ths Petrified Forest, Hie Grant! canyon, Boulder Dam and the Painted Desert, .. : ' ' Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Greer spent the weekend in Polls Camp, Miss., as gtiEsls of Mn Greer's parents. •jeing a girl. Miss Mayme Hcrndon and '- "- Harold Wednesday for thrir winter home in Imlirm Hncks. Fla. Mr. ,iti:l Mrs. .1. E. Drown Jr..' •Abo have spent llic summer in Nashville 1 . Tenn.. where Mr. Brown j attenilrd I'eabody College, returned Wednesday and will reside in ih? Koori ap-uimcnts on Kasl, fa'ov- !!ilh SI reel.. Mr. Mroivn returned 'ally la get. (hiiics ici readiness for the opening of school, bear. piiictp.il o,' the- Grade .School. Mrs. Fred Williams spent Monday allcriioon in Hayll as Uie glint 'if- her cousin. Mrs. L. U lend her. Mrs. W. K. limit went lo Euclora, Miss.. l:day lo be with her motlijf. Mrs. s. A. Hnghey, who is scri-nsly ill at the home of another daughter. Mrs. O. n. Thomas. Those In Memphis Monday were Mrs. Wclby Y: 11115. Mrs. n. 11. »lnckw-od. Mrs. .italic Driver. Mrs. 1'Tnnk Williams, Mrs. ,1, L. William- Mr. »nd Mrs. Joe Voting spcnl Sunday in .lonesboro wilh thblr son. J:o Clay Young »"d Mrs. Parsons. Mrs. Searcy Mears Mill attend a bridge luncheon in Blytheville Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Owen i Blue. H. J. Halo and grandchildren, Jimmic Hale Carlisle and Billie •top Carlisle, arc expceled home Mr. ni'.ri Mrs. .lack Ifopkc arc' an- iiomiciuj (he arrival of a daughter, j She was horn Monday afternoon in | the Baptist hospital. Memphis, i Tdlll - I ""!' *-"*' "oit-", iiiv <:A|jvi.tc;tl (lUUli; • Mr. anrt Mrs. Richard Wnymlre ; J 0 * 1 ''. fr;m .several days rf«p-3 ! ea and daughter. Rosalie, returned "•''""£ sl "iloxl. Miss. Sunday evening from Murfrccs- Mr : alld Mrs - Frimk Williams hud toio, III., where'they hart spent the "? n " !ir « 11Csts Fri<l!) - v ' Mrs - E. I>weekend with his rather, who Is "ozcmnn. Mrs. Virginia Kiisspy, Weds. - Thurs. | Goodbye Mr. Chips with Kobort Doiiitl ;tn(! Grocer Garsnn Thr Hern of "This O'tnrtcl" in Jrm> lIHfnn's Greatest Klor.v . . Mighty in its Mrssagh . . . Tender in ils Knmanc" . . . I>inVrcnl frohi any pirliirc ynu've ever seen. .-Msn I'ar.lmount Neivs AdmJsjion Malince I0o. & ZGc Xijhl IGr, & S6c i $• $ s s s s $ $ FRIDAY, AUG. 25 200 (;{)0!) KKASONS ! tt'hy You Should Attend Malincc or Night sss.ssss? niu' B1( Ws Bobby and Billy of Blytheville Ark., spent. Ihe week end in Dyersburg, Tcnn., wh<. 1( , (Ilc j v j sll<xl with relallvcs. Their mother, Mrs iimma Hcrndon. who spent 1a?l week there returned home with them. Mr and Mrs. C. E : Johnston and Gideo'n Crews of Holland, Mo., spent Sunday aftcuioon and evening here with E. H. Musgrnve. Buying ice cream to help the church dccsn'l attract, much au- lilause from the angels. Dr. M. L. Skailcv ANNOUNC15B TI1E OPENING OF HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2nd Floor of The 1st. Nail. Bank Bldg. KXVERT ELECTRIC WIRING nCAUTIfUI, UNE 0V ELECTRIC FIXTURES Elcctrtc Knngcii and Wivler Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP lib So. 2nd rhtmc ROXY Admission »!wjjj me. * 3*» Mailnets Fri.-Sat.-Son. PAL NIGHTS Weds. - Thnrs. 2 Bdtnlllcd tor (he pric« of I ; i . (HfORMATION .* N«w UNIVERS&l Pnture Also selected shorts "MY COLEMAM HELPS ME KEEP MY HOA1E CIEAM! NO DIRT OR MUSS! NO ASHES TO CARRY! AND MY WALLS AMD CURTAINS STAY CLEAN MONTHS LONGER! Close Doors For All-Over Circulating Heat! For Fast Warm-Up Radiant Heat Just Open Heat Reflector Doors Level, Uniform, Workless Heat Here's the oil heater that has proved its healing power, everywhere, year after year—the oil healer that gives you both fast-warm-up treat when you want it—and uniform, rnulliple-room IlEATFLOW circulation, tool Coleman's exclusive HfiAlFLOW design senda warm sir through rooms, speeds ftir flow up to 67{f, gives uniform heat and WARM FLOOSSI That's tha kind of. Iieat you vantl Remember loo Coleman heat is \\ork-frec and clean. Automatic fuel control. Automatic. Draft control. Low (lama fuel saving burner ring. Beautiful design with Duroplastie finish and clieery Pyrex glass flame jewel window. Electric conlro! and outside fiidl tank, optional, small extra cost. See this beautiful Coleman right away, at our store. Home .Furnishings Moderately Priced

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