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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTEEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 10,-ii)38 COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This TIcLtt Will Admit Edison Rises & Companion BlythertU*, Rosto 3 —to W*— am THEATER —to set— . -"TEST ftLOX" . FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia I COPK. 1911 SY NCA6ERVICC, UiC. I. M, SCO. U. 3. r»I. air J Social Calendar SDAY S BVEflTS Black entertaining "Wednesday Bridge club. Weanesday Contract dull nwct- tr>B v/ith Mr?, Teed Rutherford. Chapter "D" of P. B, (X sisterhood' having luncheon meeting nt homo of Mrs. Ray Wortlilugton, l:Q0 7 [). in. DtlgliidH. meelUig at 9:30'o'clocck at 'Hotel ivoljlc. Indies' Bible Sturfy, Church of Christ, meeting with Mrs. Howard Wilson,-. 2:30 o'clock. Armo;el Pnrent Teacher asso-j clatioa meeting at school, 2:30 j o'clock preceded, by executive' beard, 2:00 q'rlock. Juotcr, -Senior High Parent Teacher, association meeting 3:30 o'clock at school, preceded by executive board, ousting; 3:CO o'clock. • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Business Qlr!*' Circle meeting witli Mrs. Hugh' Hnrbett, 8:00 o'clock. Urtited. Daughters of C.onleilDracy mcetins «t Woman's chrt), 2:30 o'clock. .Mrs.. Roscoe Graf ton having Thursday Afternoon. eh\b. Thursday 'Iiiuvcbc.on chib meeting with 'Alls. R, F. Kirshnw. Mrs. 'W. Ii. Horncr enUrUlnlnf; Mid Week Bridge club. •. Tjinrtdny; Contract club Electing \Vltix Mis. G. G. Caudill. Yciing Woman's Missionary society of First Church of Nnmene, m«Uog With Mrs. Noble McCullar, 7:30 p.'ciock. Womq,n's : Foreign ailssJpnavy scc- " Bits of News Mostly Penoekl M. Ftctcjiw- wns leader of the cla.s.slconnection with Mother's "Day, discussion. Mrs. Roy cnulcy of Mrs. W, D. Howard gave a read- New Orleans, a visitor. Mrs. , . . G'nulcy Is visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. * t « MI. and Mrs, \vclby. Young and Ing and Mrs, R. B. Wallace bang "Mother Machrcc." 'twenty four members with one new member. Mrs. Tom V. Martin, and two vbllors, Mrs. T. W. Jcf- childrci), and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. fries and MLw Mamie Magers, Flclclier spent Sunday in Mem-, were served a dessert, plate. phis. The next meeting of the group r . T. a 8 ?t . Who ^ ton. r an .ho siicsl, of Mrs, QeraWUvo Jones, and Mr. and Mrs Ham Matthews Greene and other inends juivavant of Keiser ' Mr. anil Mia. t>, V. Fra/iw andU'JH be ill Ihe home of Mrs. E, Ml', and Mrs. Cooper Driver drove M. Wcoilnrd, June 3 lo Reelfoot Lake, Tcnn., Sunday I -— —— for the dny. — Miss Louise Jones and Mrs. Sue Cliiy C'olcman and daughter. Nancy Kue, of Memphis, drove up (he weekend with Mr. and Mm. Wilson Society—Personal "iely. First Church." of • meeting, ut church, -2:30 o'clock'. Business"" Women's Circle, First Baptist;: cbiirch, meeting nt church, 7:30' o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS) Stated iheellrig of o. K. S. at hall. Literary Derailment of Woman's club meeting 2:30 o'clock nt club house. Eln\wcQd , Cemetery a<£ocl8tlon meeting with Mrs. Neil! Reed, 2:3U o'clock. Have i Tiro- New Members.. .Miss . Ivartna . McMichael '' and Mrs. C. McMichael b'ec'nino nen rnember.s of (he Lake Street Meth- o.dist .Missloiijiry society at :i meeting jMterdij aUernoon nt the home of Mrs. Alien VanWinklc when. Mrs. Ivcrson Morris wa; leader: of. the program on "Sixtj Years of Missionary Work in Chilli." j . . Those, ivhp BEjsBtci-Mrs, Morrir in the pi'esciuatian. of the yro- gram were: Mrs. o. J. Rodgera Mrs. Allen Cole, Mrs. A. Ji, Hengen and MTS...O. G.. Shamlin. Duririg the social hour which followed, the hostess, assisted b.\ a visitor, Mrs. Tdell Blnckard Bcrv-ed refreshments to the if members present and auorlicr, Mrs, Sallic VanV/inWe. * * > Plan May Breakfast ''-. ''' Ai'rs. oral formerly lived here. Mr. ami Mrs. h. P. J,ee, Jr., of Mcmiihls, spent (he weekend here •mi Mr, Lee's parents and in tcdc tt-illi Mrs. Lee's parents, Mis:; Allycc Nelson, corfimissloncr f the local Girl Ccout Council, tit unlay lor nashviiie, Tenn., to ttend tile national Cllrl Scout coil- Mrs. 1,. A. Argend and daughter, lelciv Mane, HMVC ccm cnui-n 10 tit. l.ouls. MO., of iho erlOJt DUiess ol Mr. Argcnd's aunt, Mrs. KOb.-ri Lewis. Mrs. Lewis has "e^nently visited here, Mr. and .Mrs. James Hill will B o o Chicago tomorrow lo spent! sev- •l'tl\ dO.V.V Miss Vcrna Scott, of Coldwater. Miss., arrived yesterday afternoon o IK Hie guest of her sister, Mrs tarl Treiici«,ny, and Mr. -irearrway Mr. and Mrs. l>. B. Coolcy spent SnniJay \viin Mr. Cooieys 1110,110 "Hot you'll bo fikul when all these weddings art- over." "i, I always get soaked by bridal showers." laughter, Dixie Lou. i<f Cunilhcrti-ILcnju'c and live guests al the. Wo •ille, were arnons tile out of town guests. Mrs. L. D. Clininbiui^ Mr.-i. Lucy McAdams, Mis 1 ! Many Outlaw unit \iiss tinine Clements entertained i(i members und one. visitor. Mrs. "- L. Thompson, of Circle Fcur oi e, Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church at a hnm- jurgcr supper at Walker Park last .light. , . . Mrs. D. C. McLean led the dc- .olicnal* period which followed the -upper. (ady "C'onf«jnl;«r.u-j' Women.'' The literary .department of the .Vom'an's elnb which hns been .tudying "Contemporary Women" .nroughout the winter" ivlll meet it the club house Friday, nl'lcr.- inan's chili last nlghl when tin fjro\ip nn l t for a business meet Ing and diuicinj |inr(y. Ciller, ivcrc: Mr. diul Mrs, Ell Shamsk anil Mrs. Lcc \YollT. all of Cn ruliiersvlllc, und Mr. and Mrs Meyer R. Ii. lendler. trcasurei- of Ih group, took over' the ilulles of tin In Ihe business .-iensloi following which refrcshmnils wcr served. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal •icon ut :i:30 o'clock, when Mrs. .-nrniCL 1 England will lit: leiMrr of i program on "Women na Educa- vv. M. v. Hns' Jircle iMcetings. The five circles of the Woman's tflssinntti-y Union of tbu First -npltst church met In five groups Plans for the May breakfast, to be held May 10 at the home -;f Mrc U. S. Branson's were, discussed at a: program meeting of the Woman'r Missionary sdcitty ' of the Firs! Methodist tV,urch yesterday alter- noon when Sirs. OUR Ebordl. wa: leader of the program oa "Sixtj Years In China." Mr;. O. c. Gnnskc dterusse>. "V.-here Education and Evtnij;c!!sm Mfeftl 1 '. foUowinB which Mrs. Premp Smith and Mrs. A. c. Haley discussed "Missionary Wort For Past Six Years in China." During (he. social hour whteli fol- lov/ci! Miss. Betty Eb'er'dt played R piano soio, mid. Ml&» DC lores Psal- monds. sails,'. Ifos'tcsMs were: Mrs. S. J. 'ftnkerslpy. Mrs. C. N. Neal Mrs. K. Ii.' Gainc^ Mrs. P. c. Douglas, Mrs. .O. C.. Ganske, Mrs. U. W • Moore, Mss. A, c. Haley, Mrs. Gus- ' ' estcrday adernoon when Circtc Jnc nut at the home or Mrs. Arthur Nelson with ten members present including one visitor. Mrs. ,»«rry. FrltzUis led the devotional .ram the ninth chaplrr of Mflik olloivinir which Mrs. Leslie- Moore :onducl«l the business mcetiiiR. ifrs.t Moore, and Mrs. Kober orlinr« led in prayer. Diiriiiff Die tclal hour, refreshments were crved. Miss Cordelia Wilhltc was lios- -ss lo 18 members of Circle T,vo .:d two visitors. Mrs. T. H. Plem- Jions, of Charlotte, N. C.. housc- ,ui.-;i; of her iiaugnter, Mr:;. C W .ahck. and Mrs. J, p. Tomllnson. Surririfc Bilihilay Tarty, Mrs. Floyd Wanslcr win; lioil lo a birthday party in honor (he ninth anniversary of her sol Buddie. The parly was to the guest of honor. Upon rclumi.-ie :rom schoo Thursday aflcrnooii lie was .sin lirlscd lo flutl nboul t\ven|y friciw already at his Inline. After varl- Oalcs nnd Minill .son spenl Sunday with Mlss K * : ' Mrs. Hainplon's parents, Mr. and Weils Hal! McCoy Calhoun ,!r. Mrs. J. M. Hcckwllh in Marion. A wedding of much interest lo > Mr. and Mrs. A. T. nc-11 and 'heir many friends here anil in daughters, Alicia Ann and EHra- ' nc ' r home (owns is that of Miss Leili. epent the weekend wilh Mrs. E - V11 kois Oalcs of Wilson imd Hell's parenls, Mr. and Airs. If. Mcrrlllon 1 . Ark., and Hall. McCoy llrillxil. in Little Hoc-!;, i Calhoun Jr., of Wilson and Ailing- Mrs. M. p. Sparxinan u; Marks. : lon - ^ J - w "' c 'h w; "> solemnize:! Miss., is here for an extended visit SlllKl ''.V morning, May 8lh, in Ilic wilh Ilic fnmlly of her son E D i hcimc of Mr - !1 " <l Mrs - c - w - Hoover at Wilson. The rinif service way performed before a small gathering of relatives and fricnd.s. \vitli Hie Rev. W. E. Faulkner, pastor of tnc Demonstration Club News Notes MethoLlisl Church "A Full House" Is Swift Moving Three; Act Farce Baby I'alis K I'ccl, Unhurt CLEVELAND (UP)— X-ray pic- lures failed to show that 17- month-old Ernest Cowan had been injured In a 15-foot fall from a second .Hoar porch. The sale of ticket:; for (lie first iill length product ion of (lie Bly- hevillc Little Theater, "A I'xill louse", which will l:e presented CUKHTOW night at 8:00 o'clock at lie city hull auditorium, has been , il was announced lodaj ly the coiiiiiiittee in charge. When (ho curia'.u »-.ngs cown on Uiis three-act farce lomorrov,' light the second attempt within recent years to establish a Little 1 healer in the city will have Mice-ceded cr faifed. 'the group hopes wilh the cooperation of the lowns- who Imve been most generous so far, tlie.v will lie alile to There are iiu iia::vc '.rue sparrows in AiniKca, The imported English s]>arr-nv if; our only real sparrow; Hie others arc fineries. ; George ISo .Lunger Drinks Whiskey While KihhunTreatment Made Him Hate Medicine Given KitcreUy Wliite Ilibbuii ilcmccly can lie Biveu in coiTee. tea or milk mid ini.s mucii 80 vto|> develop their non-prorUatle organ- " c;; ' i; - Ol 'e woman cured a drunkard of 20 years wuh eno IMS, The price h ,$a,00 JUKI & ! U r sale at Klrby Brothers. zation into a worthwhile civic en- leiprise. officers of (lie organization said todyy. The piny is a series of complicated tituatioiiii ' created by 14 madcap characters. To tcgln will) Uu'rc an 1 three comedians. Inez Thomp.ion plays tlir role of a dis:y maid, so intent on (jelling back lo her The living room ami arched iluor- hcmi! cf Sioux cily that :;hc «'»>• of Die Heaver homo was bcau- tifully decorated with ferns, pink rotes and cathedral candies. The bride was lowly In a <lre™ of potv- O mnke.s love lo Ihc suave crook. Dudley W. Denton, and a blusl-j ering policeman, w. ,). Wumtcr- licli, in Ibc hoi::.' Hint, they -,vi!l l.osf C'anc Tlic 'Lori Cane Home Dcmonslru- ' wcro a( t ell;lctl ! >. v der blue chiffon witlv corsu»c oi lal;c h01 ' there. Mvectheart roses and lilies ot Ihc i The.--c choractera'are mixed well valley. The bride and bridegroom, «-jtlt four confused young people. and Mountain Gro"vc ivncrc she visited Irtends and relative. Mrs. Eugene Sllll, of Plymouth, N. C.. who Is the hotisegiiest of her i. Mr. aim Mrs. o. a. aiyvens. an:l tier sisler, Mrs. L. c. B. Young} cf Osccola, were In Memphis yes- ng new members. Mr. Cob Veach donated a collage' £' ter lo Ihe ladies for their club hons Miriam lln- i mem- AIiSi! Oillc; ' •= icacljcr of Ihe number' Home Economics department In the Wilson higl) school this term. wi " llia(:<; ! '"embers met on various occa- !! 1C 1>1 ' ulc 8 | ' oom sniKt have furnished two rooms '»«H« P««l terday the luncheon guests of which arc very attractive. -''-D, the couple ir home hero where connected with Coiniany. Out of town guests were Mr. aim Mrs. A most interesting lour of neiv IE ' w - O>' ml "' [ l ° r Morriltoji, Ark. homes, also improvements of homes * and new lawns was the program I Mr. an:l Mrs. Edward Morris of Mrs. Inytor Lowraince at the Hotel Pentad)-. \V. is. Hood, ot for this meet-in?. Homes visited Memphis. Teiin.. wen: .Sunday were: irrs. S. L. McCann, Mrs. sue:,Is in the home of Mr. and Mrs. , . , Boll Veach, Mrs. Allon McCann, O. N. Morris. Mrs. 'W. M. Morris MISS., is I M,. s . Lc W i 3 Bniigher. sirs. Sam of I^iwreiicfbiirj,', Tcnn.. arrived John Miles Miller is the frantic tridegroom who will have a great deal of explaining lo da If 111. 1 ; wife. Miss Mavjoric Warren, ever finds out (hat he didn't go to ClcvetamJ. but instead, went lo Boston and became involved with a chorus girl. Miss Mary Louise Eowell of HolliiiKl, while 'attempting to cblain idlers from her 1 written by his friend, John Mc- Doivell. who is iti love with (he sweet young thiny Miss Mildred Moore. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Jlatincc lOo * 26o Ailmission Ni^lil 16c & 3Gc V/atch Society Page 01 Courier News For Free Show Guests TUISDftf" Measure out four leaspooiis of humor to add lo Ihc abovo mixture and the play is complete. All v'bitlns in the homo'or hh""JanBh"!;-''" s 'i " :wl3 wa "B ner ' nlrs - Sal » "' ""vreiicfourff. Tcnn.. arrlvwl these antic* arc "looked dcwn np- icr, Mrs. B. N Limb V»H r»,,,nl" ' ! ' lncller ' Mre ' Olto B ™ lh «f>-.v and Saturday to spend a few days visit- en x by a busy-body old maid aunt ,. . ^ ' - ""^, 'l"ll tilllllj^.. ( Mffi. Jean T^Vtlrlhnrr\- ,\ln,1^ „.;,!, inw ill 111/, llfMllr, l\( l,n>., |-\ M in.*.] n,. nlnnr IT,,.,. I:..,. L...11 , loila lend tier phis this afternoon tor the Cot- Also selected sliurls Admission HJatiucc lOc i Atimission Night ICc ft Arinurct ' '11 ic Annorel Home Dcmouslra- Mr. an.1 Mr.s. • c. L,. Bird and K " lc believing, Iriisling niother. children, and Miss Jewel Tyicrspcnl ! Miss Niml Harris, of Holland, ami L-Thur.-FrL Osceola Society — Personal loiialra- Ihc \vcckciu! in Poplar Bluff visit- | a tcmpeaturjutt landlady. Mis;> Marlion club and 1'. T. A. planted' in; ihcir parents Mr and Mr; Garel Shaver. The shoiv is di- shrubbcry on the school l.iwn. and IE E Ivlcr - -i ...... hauled rich dirt for flowers. Blackvclts built a new chicken house, and planted flowers. Mrs. Ho.'tii.-il' r.til.v. j Ulucktvcll made sli|i tovei-o for Ijtving room furniture and ulto Wrtipes for the window;;. I Our secretary Margaret t'niitl Shaw, bought bedroom lurniture and kitchen fixtures. •»-!-. I ' I j ii ii •*••»! niLi,iu_j| ]|,MU1(.,T. ,r 1 '^' J^^S 1 .. : U ^,..^ . The^preslddH, Mbs He.en Andcr- i<;imc;; \vcrc plnyrd rjich guest was presented balloons and the guest of honor ;\ large assortment of gifts from his frionds. F!efrc[;hmcnt plate \vus served in the la^c afternoon. Chandkr lluimrcd. he devotional from " t"hV""?,;s't JitUc salm was red by Mrs. Ilatllei Jnck and Jean Chandler were ljiict-l;i of honor nt :i biiihdjiy party given by their mother. Mrs. Alpha chandler, 1'ririay afternoon. Jnck wus »l.\' year;; olil ;ind Jc;»i was seven years old. There were •10 little friends who came and hr]|;ed liifrn celebrate Ibe occasion. The lllllc r.ucstr, of honor were orcEcmed gilts Iroiu their .-.eece. Following the business scs- conducted by Sirs. Waller of red peonies made an atlractlve -,j Cn . M J.,._ ' .srlting for Hie aiiiiiml Hospital' Garner" I p MrD R a '-""''- '" r - "• "• shower Mrs. «jin.n n<^ in.-iu <n, trees, six eranc vinr^ ^in-nhun,-,, the home of Mrs. Ida Tucker on ami lote of anmw! ' M ' U " )1>cly Brcadway yesterday afternoon. T.h# \V|kon. ha« planled l>rojrain was iircangcd mid led by and shrubbcLV loo Mrs. Frank Williams, hospital Mrs. • Guy'walker Had caW.iclv cluiinuai. of the W. ar. U.. who built in her kitchen, and concre B \vorr the regulation nurse's lint- walks made in tlic van! She form and cap. Thc'-Hcaling Minis- also has planted flower; ' try of Jesu:> was Ihc idea cinphu-1 Mi-s. Pierce has, papered her house by , nirs. E. L. Cote In her and has planted flowers devotional, special music along tin- Mrs. Patterson has furnished -i line cf helpfulness imd service was new home and painted inside and - including a solo by Mis. out. ;e IT. Deer. Two readings en- >ishcp. Mrs. Aiiiirk lunglit the tne bncoalaurcate Mrs. Vciiiui rullcin of Memphis! service ' Sunday In Cooler lo attend| 'i amS| jy^j titled. "The Birth of the Compassionate Chris!," and "He Walks Thcte 1-Ta.ns," were given by Mrs. W. B. Colbert and Mrs. Robert fnimifiv;. pell Club ntcelj. T»r cr-ll Home c.lul^ met Friday af home, of Mrs. j. M. "siV^ns' w'i't'ti Ucmoui(r;illon . , . t, Mrs. : A. O. .Hudson.' Mrs' Premp Smith, and 3U-J. Jca-c Tav- lor. • Ccofcr Hare Dinner Ralph Ennis, of CaiulhersvUIc. aiLvMoii sjudy. I'rnyers were- of- -ered by MJ- S . ; { . a. Small and .vlrs. I'lcinir.w.s, who nlso B nvf i short, tali: on (hu .Kt, K |y book A social imur (ollinrnl. Mrs. J. H. Smart jr.. \ c « t] le .evotional from (hi} r.isth chap- .er of Oslatians ulicn 13 mciu- -•ers cf Circle Thru- met at the icinc cf Mrs. Richard Robertson flic tiisiiie;;-; rcision was presided over by Mrs. ,i 0 ! m nuchinian. Mrs. II. H Brook-i and Mrs M C. Otill.iiv li-<l in prayer. Fifteen members .iltfiuled the nccting ol Circle Four at the • ...,..v. of Mrs. n. L. Rcedcr ivhen •m. Malt Moiiaglinii »-,.,.; in -barge of the buslnr*? hour. Mrs. j .licotiori; Logan. Mr.j. c E I'arl-s •nd Mrs. H. K. M Ct .jt s rcaa fcr ^ ures in rresrnfing (he devotional 3D "Eternal Life." Prayer was "' ' Mrs. Dmicr Bcckliam. Cooler high of nlcco, Miss Louise grfiduollng from srhcol. 151ic \vns dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Urckhain. At the Hospitals Khncr l-lmlscy. \\lii) ixx-cntlv itn- drvwrnt an cmcrgciir..- operation for appcndirili:i at Ibr \\ r ,i)i.', liospital. wtis removed to Ms home yesterday in a C'cbb ambulance-. Mis. Cbarlr.", r3roxil(i:i. who Hiiurr- \vrnl a major cpcralion al the Biy- ttievillr liospital ten day^ :i°.o. war. A tJla.vlcl. of Hospital »frs. W. D. Howard as co-hostess - given by Mrs. Wil- The mcetuii; was called lo oi n--.viglil Blackwood.jby tile president. Mrs ,\r w , Helen Williams, »te. Jctlic 1 Lcn-te. follon-ing wlilch (In- club *ns Diivcr. Mrs. C. F. Mi,nicy, and Epn £ , "Love. Lifted Mr." was sung. MIES Lodie fcaundcrs. The sixty i Mr:;, c;.. !.. McGhrhcy had guesls ijre.wnl gave over fifty pieces of linens, seventeen dollars in rush, and a quantity of canivd fruil. all of 'whi'eh will be sent lo the hospital in Little Rock. Mrs. E. D, Bozcman of Crawfordsvillc. mother of Hfrs. Williams, was ,111 out-of-town BUcsL. Sir;. \\'. K. Jiihnsun limless. Kighf inenibers of Ihc .minor' cirtlc cf (ho Woman's Council oil Hit 1 Christian church met al me' r ,, r |, removed to her home yesterday. charge of (lie devotional nl Hie conclusion of \ v |,u meinljrr rr.spcndcd to ttic veil call by ai<.'.;veriii(; (he question. "Why I. hkc to live in Arkansas" ; 'Do's and Uoht's in Meal (>lau- HiDff" was the subject ot Ilic talk given by Mrs. Tom Craig on Ihe program which was led by Mrs.' Karl roller, foods chairman, fn reeled by Miss Mary Bain and Mr. and Mis. W. M. Wallace were Miw Sllam 'Sunday guesls of Mr. ami Mrs. Ed Williams at Armorel. Mrs. .Eva Kerlin spent Swiiby iu for lugcrtjlr: \isitlng ok! frirn:!, 1 : auil attending Itic fiiiieral of Sire. Mary Jane Burgess. •Mr. and Mrs. r'aut Faulkner of Little Reck and 'Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Payne Jr.. of West. Memphis, spent Mother's Vsy with their piirenls' the. Rev. ami Mrs. K. W. Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Waitell at- i.'-nried the wedding of JHss Jane ilighlor in Helena Saturday. THRftlS WITHOUT END! The grealesl romantic triumph of three cjrsat stars! Asia, the largest continent, Ua:, an area of 17.052,000 square miles and a population cscccdiny HOC - OOU.OOO. • • • Leachvillc and Steele Students To Get Degrees Two sliidenls from Uiis wclion \yill receive degrees from Arkansas State College a I Jonesboro ;it Uie ccmmeiiceinent exwclEe.s in the college auditorium May l(j and five Httidcnls have made applications for graduation al t.| ;c conclusion of Ihc summer cessions. Students who are <|ualilicd cau- diflnte.s for degrees this month are Adolplnis Lou Griffin of Leachvillc, candidate for bachelor of science degree, mid Thomas Cobimi TlioriW ton of Sleele, candidale for bachelor of cdence in education. Tliosr makinB application lor graduation in the summer arc: Miss Maegic Km- FlcmiiiK of Luxora: Miss. I,ols flill of BlylhcviUc; Miss Minnie Belle Moiiaii of Car- iillirrevillc; Alma Hinkh aiiiyneld of Manila, and Mis> Bessie Sikcs Sjuivlock, v of Manila. BAKING POWDER Same price today **4L5years ago 25 •Bneei for Z5e Mcnntaetared by Dakloic P«wderSpKUllitswh«maka BithiDg bat Baking Pow4cr. MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE 8CEN USED SY 008 GOVtBKMfNT country home ot Mrs. W. K. Johnson on Monday afternoon for their Mrs. Kuby Wetelrr. wlD iTcenlly immtlih- business inertiDK -md underwent an operation »t. i tin I study course in Kxodus. Mrs H .lyinevtllc huspiUO. wa. 1 , removed ty her home-today. Harry Wood, c! Holland, underwent mi emergent'.! operation at . the Walls hospital list inglii.. iediece Sensibly! <.•:> li> Kirby Bros. Drug Store ami l.jx of famous ROCK-A- enlly. S'2.00. •>•,, •• be!! of Cooter, tcr OWrlng of Memphb, ns vice pretiiint; Mis'; Kuby Backer .ot tooL°r, who Et:ccccds Mrs Tom ,,.„ Xe^ls of Ccotoi, as secretari and ' treasuicr r ' Leonard Llmbniigh, of Carutli- ersvlllc, was made an honorary rncirjber of Hie asacclatlon at the meeting lost night. *. . -*• » Have Mother's. l>iy Dinner Mr. anrt Mrs L. A. RoWnson. ot Armotcl, eutettalned U Aufers'al| n dtnr.ei;.party•Smulny' In honor ot Mr&'.RbbSni'on's. niollwr, ilis. Mary T. Mick- Plovrers from Mrs. Roblnsou's oTn gardtn were used to decorate, thti home and to form the cen'tcir.- jHee< ( of roses on the dining, table. Mrs. O B B»aer gn<i her grand- , , eii and Mrs. Jack- '•rcvd by Bkcts. S. Jiadel and Harold Steinberg ,fftre lioste to the Jewish Youth 25,UUl) Ui>lls uf Wallpaper ROOM LOTS $1.09 up Most eoniplclc line of I'aints and Wallpaper in N. I-:. Ark, Hl.vllievillf Pain I & Wallpaper Co. (Bljthcvillc Owned i Operated) Giciicoc Blilif. Phoiir. 830 French xuldier» who lerie.t ii tlic rrcnt-linc It cliche:; durlni; II:, vyorld War are llio only ones en titled to Ihc name "poiUi.' n ing lo the French Acailcmv. (;oou WAUTV—HKi;ti: 1 BUSHKL OK A CAKI.UAU Spring Tune-up ' I.NSURKSJ. Better Spring Driving r B(|uijjinciil is iiuxIcVn . . . Om urc experts . . . Our iCcs^ii'c very reasonable . . , Our work is j,'»arautoecl means . . . .vuur 'complete LilUNG VUUK CAU IN NOW! you buy a Car at Tom l.iltle Chcvriilcl Co. II's wli;il \vi- s;iy il is. w.u I'di'ii \--ti Tiiclijr. Only . . la:',I l-'ord V-S ilcr. Special .. MS Kuril V-R luxe Scilan ... 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