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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 25, 1934
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PLTIHBVILLB, 00UUER KIWI FRIDAY, MAY 26, 19S4 ;jiliss Elizabeth Siiman t; To Wed William S. Bias "-' Mr. •"* Mrs. • Mow . SUra&n, of Xuxera, h»w aniiounrcd the en- .«ajment of their daujmer, Ellza- '*elh Ruth, to Mr. WUllanrS. Ellas, '.g dalro, 111. The wedding will be • «otemntzeiJ Sunday, June third, a I "ttK home of lhc bride's parents. '2fecause ol a recent bereavement !*i the bride's famUy only mem- 'Mts of the families and their most Ultimate friends will be Included 'JM the guest list. '—The bride-eject, who Is a popu- "yp mcmer of the Luxora younger J4Ct, Is a graduate of the hi£h i School there and later attended "TTnion Dnl»crslty at Jackson, Tenn. [JJJne wu a charter member of the i^SeU Ounma sorority. "" Mr. Ellas, who is the son of Mr. !3(nd Mrs. Samuel Elius of Cairo, >tlU, to to the product business in '"Slat city where he nnd his bride ]3»lll make their home, c- A number of Interesting affairs !3irc being planned for Miss silman. •-"Among Ihese will be a bridge par- '.^ig to be given by Mrs. T. M. il'Bonds oo Tuesday, eswilng and » ir*rtdge party Thursday afternoon 'jby Mrs. R. C. Ungtlon. Other {•parties wffl be announced early Vetk. iS is /Ac B) Helen Wckiilawr THIS is lw dii'd Ilial we liiol In tutu n a kinfl. j-lou 1 Minima's ui^lil, iik-lil>£ I|I)\MI tn DLL- livci':; cd^t:; C Tim ii UK dubly li|;lil ! VHAT .slicd f;iinl ni.iK'r "|^n n [liiT \Vly-i\- ur vit :i-, tlic .sliip-, ^vi'iii i!u\yn, llLiniinft n L>.i<li In Ihu OJKTI scj, Wailinij Uyuml llu- town. COMK Jay wi-'il so alonu. «r icikl, ^ As the suhkiUm-d ciufl .sJijUK^i p.isi. The Mgrlil w:is a jilftlK 1 i'or our lii'.nh to si'iu. Long as our IONC woakl ]jb,l. WJli'.ni: ilk! you i;o, deai rovliii! !:»!/ \\'as Ihfic piv'i.THc ftii' only tuio On tlir tliip lh:il sailfd lo a lu^ll grcrll shoic Hjunk'd by fhgiant &intV Fill) sfMuclKxly wilier of iln-iky in;iuJ:., ^ Wilh li]is Ihnl swi-d. . . ., Onre in nuliilc I M.-rk Ihc pier ,\l tlit idjc of Hit lilllc .si Aawueed for IS! InriUtlons have been Issued lor ,»tlie wedding of Miss Alice Roberta '"Marshall to Mr. James Walter Hill '"M Basset!, which will be solemn!?.- Zfd Sunday morninj. eishl o'clock. ,»at the First Baptist church. The iBRer. J. T. Cauehlcy, pastor of the (•Baptist church at Wilson, will perform the ring ceremony. J"! The bride, who will be given In arrlaige by her lather, R. L, ; will be attended by Mrs. y A Stickmon and Miss Corinnc nch, oi Jackson, Term. Mr. C. 1Kb. Redman will be best man find ;"pr. W. M. Owen will be with Miss •^ffctnch. Misses Velda Adcock and "'J*»ta Hughe* will light, the tapers .y.andO. N. Hill ol Marie, Ark., bro•;- ; tetr of the bridegroom, and \V ivM. Williams will be ushers. .is* Mrs! Murray Smart will preside ^:»t the piano and a trio of Mrs. •'.Paul L. Tiptoa, Mrs. Russell Farr Bz/5 oj Mostly Personal Osceola Society — Personal ^WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON= The Last Judgment Members of the Osceoln Hitjhj school isrniluatlng class, who willi ncclvc Uiclr diplomas Friday cve- nmy. were complimented with ihrcc (icllnlUfiil social affairs this 1 ! Teil: Mail. Z5:!l-« • The luteriutioiul Uniform Sunday Siliiwl U'ssun for May 27 week. Mrs. C. L. Moore, principal ot BV WM. E. <;iLKOY, l>. «. Kdilor of Advance Judgment is a great *wd and u great Idea in the Old and New Tes- U is what marks the Mis. Charles Oliver lias returned .0111 Memphis where slic ronsult- d n nurve spcclKllsl and she is dw taking a six weeks rest cure. Mi. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes and uo children have gone to Wash- nijlon, D, C., for a visit with rcl- .livcs of Mr. Hughes. They will Iso visit other points In the east . . Uie liijjh school and senior class groa tness ot both Old Testament sponsor. entertained them at her rc iigion and New Testament reli- homc Monday evening at the an- gj 0 n: for there can be no greatness mini class dinner, at which she O j religion where llievc are not lilgh !s itlwuys hostess. land exacting standards. Malcolm Taylor was toastmasier . fal , m . c [0 um i mtam i t hat and the uraduaUs enjoyed an hour ' c[i] has ]cd w slackncsSi to o: impromptu fun. Following the m-omulsatlon o( religions that dinner party they were guests of ) ' ' Jlot rt . QU ired much from those • Mr. nnd Mrs. 'Louis Lapides at a picture party at the Gem ' , iiKlepeiHient English art wns taken'met Sunday afternoon. Plans were up with Mrs. Hill discussing the made for a wclner roast on the life anrt characteristic of Sir John! coming Sunday. The sponsor, Miss Reynolds and Mrs. Jones taking Mildred Cudd, dismissed the up Thomas Gainsborough nixl his famous painting "The Blue Doy." reluming home Mrs. Luther Williams, ot St. Louis, is the guest oi her parents, W. mid Mrs. John Walden. Mr. Williams, who accompanied her, las relumed home nnd Mrs. Williams will remain for Wo weeks. Mrs. Crawford Noble and her uunt, Mrs. Wilson, of Jonesboro, were in the city last night coming over especially for tlie colonial icvue at the Ritz theater. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bulherford spent yesterday in Memphis. Mi-, and Mrs. W. Leon Smllh and Mrs. Roland Green were in Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. S. S. Slernberg lias rc- lurncd from Llltlc Rock where she spent a short time. She was ciiroutc to Norman, Okla., and o'.hcr points In that stale when her car broke down and so she returned home after leaving- the car there for repairs. Mrs. O. P. Moss has gone, to Joncsboro to spend a month with Mr. Moss who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Slier and I (iui'.Bhter, Joan, of Memphis, wll spend (lie weekend »Vh Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. They formerly resided here. Mrs. L. M. Bumcttc had as her •bt,s yesterday her mother. Mrs. 0. Polts. Mr. and Mrs. W. L, llntilsli and children, of Law Theater. uesday evening Mrs. Guy Tay- requ . believed in them and followed lein. sometimes the exactions of re, u , „„„ MrrrM."Mor™w enlcV- > W™ have been so formal and have Uincd at M,,. Morrow, Home Wthi'^L",'^ 'JU'VThE a strong reaction, and from ^-,™ - apparently t™ strict people Puce-have come to make a eort of re- bunco party. The graduates, h (heir sponsor, Mrs. Moore, and it few friends were the gocsls. 1'rizes .were awarded Nora for hign r; n M ai <-n-u i*u> u i «v,\* .... , , r * ' * t-f score and Veta May "6>on of lack of stnctness. Murff for low score. * » • Thirty-four students of the seventh grade with their sjxmsor, Miss Gladys Estes. enjoyed a pie- ure (.how party at the Gem Thea- er one evening early this wcck.;u rs . id a Tucker talked on person- id the following morning shared I a i service at the meeting ot Circle curly morning breakfast at NO. 2 following a short devotional The late Dr. George A. Gordon of Old South Church in Boston, once preached a great sermon on udgment, in which lie represented udgment as tlic supreme thing In he life of an earnest and honest, nan, the one goal toward which lie was moving. « « » Surely this Is Iruc in every tphere of iionest life and labor. The artist does not wish to produce something cheap or worthless. He values judgment upon his work and IK is anxious to satisfy ihe critics who know. The honest workman wants his work to stand the test. Ho docs not resent the discovery of some flaw, because he wants to make tils work perfect. What was the idea that Jesus had of judgment, He thought It was inevitable lor man, and he pictured all life as moving toward the great last judgment. We do not know how much tlie portrayal in our lesson is symbolic but at any rate ii is symbolic ol a real fact. . It Its not surprising that men should fear judgment, ae mucl as they seek it. They want judgment to be fair and reasonable They do not want to be in the hands of some arbitrary judge wh will be swayed by prejudice or by rmte. Jesus taught that we arc lo he judged by a God of love, wlio understands all that enters into lli« judgment. Yet V.e indicated thai this judgment would be stern, if it was also loving. It would reveal all Sham and pretense tn life. U was a judgment }ft Ui which little deeds of kindness K,J nd gentle words would outweigh all profession of righteousness where there had been no slncer- ly of kindness in act or word. So we have this striking portray- »;_ al of some of those, who iirofeaed kt The most being turned away In eplte of their claims, while thlsc who had given a cup of cold water. in tlie name of Jesus, to a thirsty woman were approved by Christ, though they felt their own unworthiness. The teaching of the lesson is so clear and fllain .that .words can pd,d hardly anything lo the re- alitly of Christ's great picture. All )lfe. moves toward the judgments of an exacting, but a just, righteous, and loving God. Fields," a foreign mission study, ai the meeting of Circle No. t ana :«nci Uiss Lois Hi! IwiU sing. i-'. After a honeymoon, spent In ••^Jackson »nd other points ot West ff-Tenoeaee, Mr. Hill and his bride r •»!}! make their home at Basselt. ' :: .;' Amcng the affairs being plan- 7,ned for. Miss Marshall arc a part)' .v'to be, given this evening by .Mrs ..^-IJora stidunon, who will entir- j.Maln other -members of the brlda ,£partyj..arxr»-luacnee*i to be 'given ^•tomorrow by Mrs. W. M. Williams <-;-and Miss Lots Hill will sing. After the installation Mrs. McCutchen presided at the refreshment table when sandwiches, cook- es and nuts were served with col- :ec. A black and gold moli! was :arricd out In the decorations with the lapcrs arranged In u triangular effect representing the Delphian emblem. Guild Orfanized A guild has oeen organised h the, First . Christian church will' its' mc'mbtrs made up of younger ;? Velda A*xx* at f home. CM Has the Williams group. To Have Pro;nm. The '"Just n lends" Ii. Y. P. U of the First Baptist church will have the monthly missionnry program Sunday evening nt 6:30. The subject will 1» "Strongholds ol Truth" with Tommy Hawkins inj charge. Miss Bobbie Jeanne Bluy- lock will be tn charge nt the music for the evening. The following topics will be "discussed by the various members: "Christian Purpose." Miss Anne Gilder S'ark. celebrating the ap- iroaching close of school. 'Mrs. F. P. Jacobs of Osceola entertained at a bridge luncheon at Ihc Memphis Country Club Tuciday complimenting her niece, Mrs. D. T. Hayward of Dayton, i Ohio, who, with her small daugh- icr, Suzanne, is here for an extended visit .with Mrs. Jacobs and with Mrs. Hayword's mother, Mrs. Gcoigia Grider Williamson. The guests were Memphis friends of Mrs. Hayward, who before her marriage was Miss Sue Williamson of Memphis. • • • Members of the Presbyterian lenceberg. Tenn., who went to I Ladies' Auxiliary celebrated the Kennett. Mo., from here but who I Auxiliary birthday with their ail- lead by Mrs. R. H. Jones. » •> • The Rev. C. C. Burke, pastor of Calvary Episcopal Church, conducted a lesson from the prayer book at the Monday meeting of members of the Episcopal Guild Sight members were present. Hayti Society — Personal J of Osceola, deputy A benefit bridge party was held at the home of Mrs. J. B. Buckley Tuesday afternoon, sponsored by the Woman's club. The proceeds i went toward the Library' project [There were seven tables of guests was elected to honorary member- if day evening. Mr. Bunn atte the lodse. accompanying E. R. i Bogan of Luxora, district deputy! " ^ s n-\.~ >f n., n +t n Iru-lni. if + Vl ti 111 111 h "till. LO C»-tds W«r Sandals NEW ORLEANS <UP)-Newcomb co-eds are enthusiastically wear- ( !;| ng modern adaptations of priini- llvc sandals. Entranced by the comfort of the open footwear, the college misses also claim that they permit slipping into classes late without attracting attention of professors. I Her; Reached Record SOUTH FREEPORT, Me. iUP> — will return tomorrow for several days stay. Mr. and Mrs.. E. F. Blomeyer nnd daughter, Miss Virginia, spent Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Bonnie Farrish and mother and Mrs. Etta Smith will go to married women and those in busi- ">» " Tompklns; 'Christian Jeanne Faculty,' Blaylock; , "Christian Currlculuin, John Hol- mcethiB Wednesday even-| lMx| : "Christian Tniintng.' M'iss " At a Ing, at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, these officers were named: ,1-ciiricislnp Al "' c rc °' lins: of Tomorrow, Miss Mrs. Lowe, chairman; Mrs. R. L. Dcdnmn. vice chalrnian; Miss Lcla ^; % Members « the Thursday Lunch !j era. club «,dMrnes. James H. Ben, ; '•'*** M "S £& ? " y f rt Wetenkamp, music chairman. the Margaret Moore. All members are urged lo be present. "Klrslmer yesterday morning before L, „ G<|(ld| '>'%£ ,f *?L lunclleoa »' °? c ? c f k ' S-m From Calonial Kevin • ' tables were attractively dcc- _ for the two course menu. ",_ ; In the card games Mrs. A. G. ,"-UtUe won :the prize, a summer S'ven -bag. l nfn S Braggadocio Lexington, Tenn., today for 1 week's visit. Miss Corinnc l-Yench, of Jackson, Tenn., wil arrive tonight to be the gucsl of Miss Alice Marshall whose marriage to Mr. James Walter Hill will be solemnized Sunday morning. Mr, and Mrs. Roland Green were in Luxora lost evening for a (arty given by Mr. n'nd Mrs. Joe Hires. Mrs. W. C. Wall, formerly' ot Armorel and now of Colliervillii. Tenn.. who is critically ill at the Memphis Methodist hospital, is slightly improved loday. Miss Nellie Johns, and her her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Siiman of Lnxora. nrc in Memphis today. Mrs. W. S. Lauytlon accompanied Fred Flccman to Manila toda\ nual party and birthday offering lor missions. The party was held Monday afternoon at the country- home of the president, Mrs. R.' C. Bryan. . . The afternoon's program Included u playlet, "A Day in a Home 'Hie Mnnettc lodge is the ninlh Masonic order lo confer honorary membership on the Osceola Mason. Others arc the Blytheville lodge, Carson Lake Lodge at Wilson, tne Park Avenue lodge in Memphis, and Ihe lodges at Huffman, Manila, Leachville, Lepanto and Menu. Miss Ruth Massey of Memphis is here lor a two weeks visit wilh Miller. In contrac high score prize was wonj Houston Buckley, low score Mrs. Joe Kohn. George Card's hens reached a new -.1 high in versatilily when, in a sin- ;| gle day, one laid an egg that measured 9 by 7 inches in circumference and weighed 5'i ounces ;| and another laid one that weighed only V; ounce. Ivan Allen, who had been in Marble HIM, for the past few days attending the funeral of his grandfather. H. W. Winters, returned home Wednesday. Rodney Brasher jr. is convalescing from a tonsilectomy performed Wednesday by Dr. A. G. Shirley of this city. Active Mayor at 86 BURLINGTON. VI. (OP)—Mayor ;l James E. Burke, perhaps the old- il est active mayor in the country. : | recently observed his 86tli blrlh- • day anniversary. a!Mission Homu." with Mesdames E. her broliu-r, Dr. L. D. Mnssey, and S. Chiles, Geo. Edringlon, A. W. Iliis family. Uosven, C. B. Driver, Harry Miller Jr.. and J. K. Prathcr taking pnrt, nd an interesting contest con- ucled by Mrs. R. A. Cromer de- The island of Bermuda is slow- y sinking into th« sea. Kill Martin lias recovered from a long illness wilh pneumonia. Cleo Fretwcll has arrivedJjrom the .C. C. C. camp at Calico Rock. Ark., The local U. D. C. chapter net- or „ vjsit h ' ere led S34 from Ihe colonial revue Miss Novn D ., vU . gavc the Rite theater last cve- as a special attraction lo the regular program. Visitors from -C«nptiaMnb Gn4uaUs i Wilson, Osceoia. Lnxora nnrt • Pour pupils ol this year's gradu- Jo " cstoro ™ c " mo " s lhc larsn ]•? ating class ot the senior high school, |a"*cnco. ,_,who are members of the First Tllc «™ «as given in two -Christian church, were euests of Eccn " wllh tlresws worlx ln thc - • at a parly given by Mrs. Ol- '™"»'>S S ^ ^°™- .'° clul " :l1 a » l ": lie Fteter and Mrs. George W. B»r-l to tmvn - ln the ^ ancl cnrii - ham Wednesday evening at Hit "~'B«rbam home. These were: Misses where slie visit his mother Mrs. Bill Klccninn. Mtas Marearet LaNellc ^ has recovered from several illness. . " the ,. * lncUltlcd , ln "'? llrsl f cllc j esc ttcte ' lowl ' " » c ° olllal . , 10 " IC !ltlcr M Pal " •^;j*anraret Shaver, Lila Mae Morris 10 ", IC !llcr , [f: Pal ;. 'I' 1 "" *^nd ManoU Wllli.m, ,^ «r. taj sung: "H Was An Old Fash- Manola Williams and Mrs.,. . . —Virginia Martin Elmore. !mcd Oard511 w ' th Mlss '"'. Pastel sr,ades were used in at-K cl Mcrn " al Ulc lllant> "--'—'.vely dec*allng the' d 7" cs ; 1 cll "* rc " s » lothcs : with garden flonrrs In vases' Wlial lhe wcl1 dlcsscd """ Unby bunkinj larty Tuesday night In honor of icr jsucsts. lhe Misses Ehigcnia Crlct and Helen Kearney ot Cooler. Good progress is being made on the new cotton gin here, replacing lhe one burned last fait. Nina HuckPba and Jewell Lewis joined Mr. L3vvis last Thursday. He is in Kentucky with his show. Raymond Ga!lal;cr and Crcston Bruce returned to C. C. C. camp Sunday nT,cr a brief visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Allerbnry are visiting friends in Birmingham Ala. They are expected to remain for .several weeks. Miss Korina Holt arrived Monciaj Did Fiddlers Will Mr. and ivtrs. Ha: as their guest for early this week, D. M. Monroe oi Memphis. Mrs. A. G. Shirey is convalescing from a tonsileclomy which was peff 0 ™" 1 b y Dr - A - G - shire y rry BrooKs nan Monday at his off j c< , | lcre . >r __several days Mjsses Evonnc and AdeUe Hamra and Fred Hamra, all of Fulton, igned lo test. Ihc members' know-1 Miss Emma,Cox was a business edge of Auriliary work. Mrs. Ed-!visitor in St. IAIUIS Tuesday, iugton won Ihe contest prize, a I Mrs. Ben Butler spent several window lies ol growing .plants.' days the first part of the week in Fourteen members were present; MorriUon visiting her sister, Mrs. • • Miridleton Semmcs. She was ac- Thc Methodist Womcns Mission- companicd by another sister. Mrs. iry aocicly l:c!d a program meet-' Kell Hamilton of Memphis, ng at the chuich Monday after-] Mary Lorene Cox, daughter of icon with eighteen members pres- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox of Osce- cnt. Mrs J. ij. Glascoe lead Ihe'ola is graualing from the Catholic lesson on missionary work in Bra- \ parochial school in Blytheville Fridl. " [day evening. She is valedictorian The society, recently completing: of the class. a study of women in industry both Osceola club women attending nt home nntl abroad, concluded the! the council mceling of tlie G. F. study wilh the passage of resolu- |\v. C. at Hot Springs this week lions to encourage adull educa-'are Mrs. J. \V. Edrlngton, chair- Ky.. visited here Wednesday evening. Rev. W. J. LeRoy Wffl Preach at Lone Oak The Rev. W. J. I*Roy. pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church, will conduct services at Lone Oak Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock. He will preach on "The God and the Farmer." •'and floor , ,, ,. w«re also included in tills disphy. '•^> ' A dessert course was served lhc ~j« guests shortly after their ar- '•-;rlval and later there were Bunco lien, "such a.s food conservation.' man of the Forest City District disease prevention, and parenl Fcderalion. who Ls n member ol training," and resolved specifically t the reception commlltcc, Mrs. F. Lhat canning centers should be' p. Jacobs who is on the platform operated in -Mississippi County for committee, Mrs. S. M. Hodges and Play Here Monday l"' c t)CIle11 of the' destitute and Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, delegates from provision should lie made in ; the Osceola Progressive club. There will be an old liddlers con- .cst, and a band contest at the court house Monday evening. 7:30 o'clock, sponsored by Mrs. Etlicl tent, o! Memphis. Prizes will also be given lo the ugliest man. picul- esl baby, most popular young lady, best tap dancer, best home talent reader, the young lady wearing the oldest gown in a contest among Blytr.cvillc people who attend the show. Bands from seven counties have been Invited to play with the win- | each community for the adequalc torage of food for winter use. Members of the Baptist Womaiis Missionary Union held circle mect- ngs Monday afternoon with Circle No. I meeting at the home of Mrs. E. H. Stevens and Circle No. *! at the home of Mrs. Gill Mas- froin Joncsbaro, Ark., where she nfrs o! each string instrument to Mrs, Tipton sang "An Old Ka;."ii I iorictl^Rosc" before the scene of an afternoon in a colonial tiom?. ;;^mcs. Miss Jamie Nichols" won high I Gowns "' lhis 5ccnc mre ' lre '' .^.soore prur; and Miss Sara Jo Lit- i»ilc, traveling award. Both received vases. The guests of has be:n attending school. Mis' ISlielyii Clnllon of liayll is licr ?ucst lh« week. e n s! r ' ' ^ L 3 " 0 """ 8 lo " lc ' rrl . a B c » ltlcst , drc "' a J{'T '' B . * ic ' rs of nyc - Thls sL> ' lc Whale -skin takes the place ol chewing gum in Greenland. •cceivc a cash prize. will then play separately to see which county receives a banner. Tf.cTe- will be three judges. Rend Courier News Want Ads: Read Courier News Want Ads. Regained Health, Strength Mrs. Houston Wca of i 1225 S. ObUliorai St.. : OkmutRct. OkU.. saitl: "After I had pneumonia jl aiicJ ilu I was very ve^k, had no desiie for food, would fetL dlijy and fittrt and «-as ifTiid lo move. I I'Jit weight and was v-ry pile. But aflcr Ukmg Dr. ^Jicice'* Colden Medical Distovcry I ick ir.y \ . . li:ining *n.d I improved LO japkily I Mil VMI\ t enjojin^ tiue Ix.ilUu" Sold by drug^u. New- size. libkts 50c. tiqbid $;.«. Lus'-, site. Ubs. CK liquid, ?I.3S. "Vt Do Our Pan." (Piae mucs Carefully Compoundtd Prescriptions arc .Our Specialties. ;— Ask Your Doctor. Fowler Drug Co. K. N. Hill - J. M. Fowler Registered rharmachls Aluminum, which now sells for less than 25 cents a pound, was worth ?25 "a pound in 1884, when I the aluminum cap was placed on) the Washington monument. ! Phone 122 CARD OF THANKS Tlie family of the late Mrs. ; Oliver W. Coppcdgc is very yratc- Mrs. E. L. Cote talked briefly fnl for all the kindnesses shown in from lhc leaflet, "Look Upon Ihc | Us recent bereavement. ».. The favors were miniature caps .- ; wora by gradates and the tallies ' 'iipils of Miss Marpnrcl Mof- decked in this same ^0^-^-' dK^- ctalty number of n pirate dance. Mrs. James B. Clark, retiring president of Hie U. D. C.. ex- HMk Cta* . W. 6. Lanjdon and Mrs. B. plained dclnlls of the RO'.vns \\aii '^?rL«Jr^oKTL»^ir. tlieftlim1sh4lllpi U5Crt lu "" ir'don bone yesterday. The house tr" S , lhc revuc - nrrnll B crt bj uUT detmlrrl »-iih r^I Muw Aita Ma >- Garluigton. tnihai**dor; Mcrt. The Junior Christ I the Assembly of God cliuicl be«uUfully *->s HKtottMT flowers and the host- £jBse» «m< strawberry shortcake '."with wbiKwl cremm »nrt iced tea. • *• Bt*iA» the dub members the gwets were present: StovtlL w. H. Slov- < r alL'T. H. H*ynes, Z»l B. Harrison, '-Ge»e DtadniMi, M. a. Goodwin. \~V- C. Otee, fUnwey Duncan and .^Xn. KkK*id,c( Elk RMge, W. Va - * was elected f«c Tear •. Mrs. .Janju Hul ;- president 'ot the Deipinan Fine ,,)tats Ch». in a meeting at he "-home Wednesday morning. Othc ^jUftaa^ named were: Mrs. Lloy< -:V. -Wtae, Ttee . presiaent; Mrs. G *~'W.' DfBarmnty,' secreUrj'; Mrs. W "i: Homerv treastrrer; Mmes. W. M. , C. W.'Afffick and Uiley ,: members of the Seminar . Uri. O. W. McCutchen, rc- presMwit, conducted the in- Makes You Look So Fresh, Younrj MELLO-GLO. the new face paw dcr. w:ll ItEtp your skin Iiom ex posurc nnd jx-escrvc Us youth. Th new Krcnch process by which it i made makcf it May on longei spread smoother, and will not rlo the pores. Us special lint is youth fill. No MeuYiness or Irritation Ml MELLO-GLO. Try Ihls new woncl crful face |»wdcr. 50c and $1. —Adv. . j' : . Oeoriian . ^Uoten *e« studied '. OK Bn»j projra«. until the (all '-^ '<•»«- ^eMMMBt' *f HeniorrtwMs (Pllcsl curtd wtthont the knift. OllM-r rectal diKasn treated. Varicoscd verns treated non-snrglcjlly. DBS. NIKS ti MES III W. Ualn Phone IS. was a Famous Host in his day —and the hotel which bears his name maintains his reputation Toning-Up Trc&lmentj Hotel Gayasa Turkish Baths tc'jr Pnvs-, toofi: te. 111 v« d in Hott'. ct'.ve- • In modern Hole' Gayoso Ihe Hospitality of trie Old South ,ird :'- c convenience of the -ew join to male you' s'ayp'aasurable—anclmemcra- ble. 'Tainous for oH—since 1842." as low as Rates HOTEL (^/CU/OAO Memphis ONE OF THE FAMOUS HOTELS ot THE SOUTH Home of Radio Station W M C Free Parking in Garage OSCEOLA for GRADUATION GIFTS Say! Aren't you proud of nil lhc boys and girls who are finishing high school this yearV i No doubt you have numerous invitations, but i don't let that be a worry to you—come to Borum's and the problem can easily be solved tor we have gifts for everyone, and. too, they arc so moderately priced. For Her: Bridge Sets Bridge C»rds Perfume Sets Compacts Kodaks Photograph Albums Stationary Manicure Stls Novelty Arrangements Bathing Car' GarUin Perfumes Helena Rabensteiu Toiletries Elinbclh Arden Toiletries A FEW SUGGESTIONS: For Him: Watches Bill Fold (with your name engraved nn it) Bill F«M and Key RIPS; S«ls IWIth yarn name on U) Raror Sets Shaving Sets Fevnttin Pens (MS Price Reduction) I'en awl Pencil Sets (\t% Trie* Retacthffl) Military Sets Rrtsh Sets Alarm ctecks Borum's Now Boast of the Greatest Price Reductions in Blytheville Refresh yourself at, the most modern and beautifully decorated Fountain in Arkansas. 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