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daughter, from' Paris, Tcim, arc visiting Mrs. Gates' brother, a. J. Social Cale&dar - WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Bible study. Church of Christ, ' meetinj wlih Mrs. Walter Clark. 2:30 P. M. • Mrs. ; John Miles Miller •entertaining Kit)) moniing biidge luncheon for Miss Hazel Harciiti nt home of Mis. Marvin Robinson. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Aid meeting at temple, 7:30 P. M. , Ihnv Tri-Deltas Caravan yisils Here for Weekend •The Delta Delia Delia caravan, of the University of Arkansas at Fayeltcville. made up of elijht visiting members ot this chapter, , were guests of .Misses Jennie Wren Dillphiinly nnd Virginia Martin here Saturday night nnd Sunday, whlle.on a tour of Arkansas towns. The girls" arc Iravcling through the larger towns .attending rush •parties for prospective members. Misses Dillnhunly and Martin were elected 'members of the eara- -va'n . but have nor'bccn on Die toiir : bill Miss Dillahunly joined the group here and was.' 'with them at Brhikley Monday p.iutln Little Rock today when the lour ends. The .members tmonaeci lhc .dance at tho Hotel Noble Saturday night and xstcrclny went to Joncbboro 'for a ten, Instead ol haling a party here. MiS3 Ham Jo Little, a -..Trl Delta from the .University of Mississippi, also accompanied the girls to Joncsboro Both Misses Dillalninly anc Martin attended (he stale schoo tivp yenrs ngo aiid plorrlo rcliirn there this fall. In the cavavnn nre: Miss .j!r. and Mrs. n, L, Banfsler and Mrs. BnnUlcr's mother, Mrs. Mary LI tile, spent (he weekend nt Dexter, Mo., ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith nnil son. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H, Willey have returned home from a vocation spent In Little Rock and Hot Splines. Mr, niul Mrs. Harry Khby and .. r ' Mr. and Mrs. Ellon W. Klrby 1 have as their guests for a few days, Mrs. J. R. Khby, of Pnrn- Bould, and B. P. Brooks and aon, Bits of Ncyvs Mostly Personal Slcele-Cooter Socioty — Personal . Miss Ovellu YOIIIIH C'ootci 1 llciiben Cluiiulller of lily- were married at Marlon, , Ark., Sunday by Justice of Ihe Peace Alexander of Minion. Tnclr only attendnnls were John Kro.il of Mr. mid Rub, of- Belzont, Miss. ents In Billic R'ulh James, Joplln, Mo ptcsldcnl of tho chapter at Ark ansas University; MKs Ruth Clny, m , Joplln, foimer Fieshman queen nt ,d n ' Arkansas; Miss lone Otto, Pine Will J. A. Waterman, John Iblllard and Frank Taylor, of Memphis, attended lo business here today. D. J. Whltsilt hiLs returned lo his home In Bnslrop, I,a., nflcr a vlsil with his son, Hugh Whitsltt nnd Mrs. Whitsllt, and his sisters, Misses Alice and Belle Whit- silt. Karl Whilslll nnd children, of Lllllc nock, spent yesterday with Misses Alice and Uelle Wliltsilt. Mr. and Mrs. E. 13 Thomas nnd son, Donald Illckuinn, lelt teday for n ten days vncntlon lo be spent In Knoxvllle, Ashevlllc nnd Nashville. Upon Iheir return Mr. Thomas will return (o Little Rock where lie Is hcudqiinrlcrcd ,. for his work wilh the slate De- 1 nnd family pnrlinent ot Public Uimile.s. Ho Trxns and lias been at Shrcveporl, La., for N. Koury a month. . Miss Eunice Church lefl Smidiiy for a two weeks vncnllon to be spent at Khksvlllc, Mo. Mr, nnd Mrs. John Tlmrman and Mr, Thurnmn's falher, J. c Tlntunnii, have returned to their The bride is the daughter of ind Mrs. George Young, farmers of near Cooler. She gradu aled wilh honors from tlie Cooler liljjli school In 1931. employed as asslslant tress at Cooler until (line ago, The groom Is the son of Mis. H. V. smith of lilythevllle. lie she wus pustmis a short received his education In Mis- slsslppl where ho lived before moving (o Hlylhevllle where he Is conncclcd with the lluddlcstoi Grocery eniiipany. They are ,tl present makim, their home will) the groom's nar- "'•• ' Blylhcvllle but will have tier, of Armorcl, Ark, „„,„ , x , iirned from a three weeks vaca tion In the. north . T! v , , to re In fives and friends in I5 e i fo | t Mich., Chicago nnti also in r'nri- «<la. In I>trolt they [mrcha.sed a large two bedroom trailer house which (hey used for ihc reamrwl- er nt the trip. Mrs. Jim Barnes Is vlsitin? her mother. Mis. Mnry Shcppheni of Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. mill Mrs. J. A . Mathlct . "' * »• «ii daiighler, Doiolhy, l mv turned to Louis Hftei here. • Mr. their home ln''.st visit with relative; I • •• „ New Neckline [ hem •" Hi! been _ (he inehter >. A. ?.!""' „::'":?'•"'*"'"L. 1 , 1 ^ *!*- i»iiini ; nt°u* ansns chapter; Miss^Eugenia Johnson, and -Miss Knthryn Perkins, mll Shraeporl, La, 'Miss Lou Black, MISS Miss Grace Mnrley, rush captnin the and treasurer, bolh of TcXarknnri and Miss Marjoric Hunt, Joplln. , . n, c c n Other lovu* they have visited rh s Until ->- - . ' M1S1 Unvjtt , , ,; , , Hn, bc c n^ h ' ° ° FCCOln ' in Ihe past week have been: Fort Smith, Tc.xarknna, Onmdcn nnd Prcscott. * • * ' Howard-Crocker. The maningc of Miss Edith Crcckci. dnughlcr-ofiMr. am\ Mis.' R. L. Crocker, and Cecil Howard! n'as soleiniifmt Monday- morning al Ihc First Church of the Naz- .nrcnc. The Hey. Harmon Hull, pastor, read the ring seivlco al ten o'clock. The undo \voro n cioehcl dress in salmon pink, Irlnuncd In white, and her accessories were In I!il3 shmdri Mr. Howard and his bildc will leave Saturday for a motor Irlp lo Des Moines, Iowa, imcl olhcr eastern points. Upon lhe!r return (hey will reside licic where Ihe' bridegroom has HVcd for' u number of years He is the son of Mrs Tom Hotvnrd nnj (he laic Mr. Howard, and has been in charge of Iho Howard Machine shop for several years. * + • Jewish Aid Plum Important Mfrfinjf -> The Jewish Aid will lo Ihe Mcin- _Norvcli Drlgham returned home Limdny from Starkvlllc, Miss uicrc he has been employed. He ms accepted n position with Ihe Hubbnr'd .Furniture Co. Mr, .and ,Mrs. Dixie Crawford hiue an Important business meeting Thursday night, 7.30 o'clock, when plans will be nradc for the - iib- ginning of regular sen ices al the temple. Rabbi Maurice Lyons, of'Cin- cinnall, wno rha ., been called ns pastor $f .this" congregation, will arrive September 1. Child Saves Doll h, fj rc nfD | N n E ? lup) -WHcn the home 01 T. B. Buchanan caiught nre his 4-year T old daughter, Yuvan dash ed upsUihs and rescued her doll. checks MALARIA In X days COLDS first day Ilcailnchc~"30 minuies 666 Liquid, Tabl.eU 641ve, Nose Drops Try "Rub-MT-TIsm"— •World's Best Liniment New Econom Shop s Wednesday Hour Sale From 3 to •! 1>. M. Indies' . Silk Hose Several pair o( 79o values for one hour.: only '' '-4" Pair Cne Pair to.a Citstomcr. Also-Our $1.00 lo SI.13 kAdmlrotfon •'. - ' Choice Silk .lid after hnv- rt lime folow- iir. Tliiirman's Osccoln, Is n Memphis Bnpllsl )S|illnl, . Audley I3rl8ham. of slnikville' Is visiting his parents on •rllcid rond. ,!™il M, i°/ v , .^ 'r Jrawrord's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.' W. P. Ilnnh'y. Misses Alice nnd Belle Whilsill «l lodny for a 15 ,in ys bnylr- (rip to Chicago nnd New York. - o" «••«*.« «1VW 1 Ui K. ^Mrs. Whit Goodmnn nnd rtnugh- >f.Mi-s. Goodman's parents. Dr. itid Mrs. P. n. Smith 111 Is week Mrs. J. o. Collier, of Shaw, Miss., arrived yeslcrdny to visit her dauuhlrr. MI-V T i n...,._ -Mr. and Mrs. NtinncHy 1 Wild.- . . BOILS. Nunnelly nud nonalrt mve Bone lo Miami, Flu., to make' (lien- - home nflci Mrs. n visit Wade's parents. Mr. J- H, Humphrey. will nnd Mrs. Snmuel T. jiardin, form- «ly of here nnd now of Jones- toro, is lhc guest of her daughter Mire Ilnjcl. Mr. nnri Mrs. O. W. McCnlchcn, Alls, S. S. Stcrnbcrg, Mrs. How- nrd Proclor and Mrs. u. M . Dark nllcndctl Ihe Carl Hnlley rally at Utllc Rock Sunday nllcrnoon Among the Blylhcvllle people in LHllc Rock Sundny were' Ultlc w. E. Roddy nnd' Fendler.. • _Read Courier News ^miit Ads. establish Iheir own home In the ncnr fulurc. Mr. nnd Mrs. liobeit Slcclc luive vcfumcd from a visit In ihc Oxnrks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Je:is Wclnijlleld . nre vacnllonini; In Trxns nnd okhthoinn. N. Koury and son, Phillip, and mclhcr, Mrs. Kniennn Kourv, arc visiting relatives nt Muscle Shoals. Aln. Ted Mcclure, who is employed at Minslcn, I:; visiting his mo- Ihcr, Mrs. Minnie McClure of Cooler (his week. Mrs. Alma Clrlssom nnd daugh- ler. Marlhn' Wilfred, hnvc re- lumed from n visll wilh ihc ,,,, forinei-s slsler, Mrs. Jennie Wea-l »„., vcr nnd Mr. and Mrs I. ' ' and Mrs. Freeman and dauijliler, Evelyn, of Bells, Tcnn spent last week-end In Cooler ns giifsls of Airs. Freeman's brother, H. L. Cnscy, and Mrs. Cnscy. Mrs. Ellicl Jenkins has returned aflcr spending (he summer wllli rebllvcs In Manila. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Ulley nnd daughter moved from Coot°r lo Holland Saturday. Mr Ullcy will be employed as tenc'hcr in lhc Snnford school this year Mr "nd Mrs. H. I.. Casey are moving into the house they vacated and Charlie Jones Is moving Into the house vacated by the Cnscys Miss Nnoma Marsh arrived home faundny nflcr n weeks visit with relatives in SI, Ixmls. J. B. still nnd daughter Dorothy, niul uncle, Carl Thomas, nil of Memphis, have nrrivcd' here for n visit with relatives Miss Julllelle Frank, his re' • " turned home . aflcr n visit wilh N KW /ov ear!y M1 is tllis •• - •:•' ' ' scmble from the House of Hnlley and dmighlcr, Pliocnix, Art/. Miss Palm Lcnf Klcno rc- lurned Sundny after a -.vcek'sl visit nl Roselnnd. Ark :is guest n ' '""-"" M'avls uiii Mildred relatives nt Memphis. I.ucion Jotics and Ode den have returned nflcr a visit wilh rclalives in Casn, Ark Th'y were accomiwnlcd home by the former's three, children, who hnvc been ranking M ielr home In Casli wilh their mini, Mrs. Jlmmic Ash- crnft, but who will live here now with (heir fnlher. Kill liobblns, son of Dr. and J. W. Robljins, who has of Misses Wiilslle. Misses Louise Dalnr and Billb C. . Oscar Taluin left over Ihe week-end la enter Drnii|;hnn's Business college nt Pndncnh, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. A. Howies nnd children and Miss Katherlue Jones of Memphis spent Sunday in Cooler ns gue.sls of. the lattcr's sister, Mrs. iinsscll McChir- ;ind olhcr relnlives. Miss Mnry Newt Carr ins returned lo her position In Iho Workman Drue store nfler spend' inn her vacalion with her par- cnls In Clifton,' Tenn. | Chester desiring, who has tecii attending School of Commwce nt Memphis, spent the past week' here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Gcslring. Hu lefl Sunday lo resume his studios nndj wns accompanied by Miss Clcol Vnujrhn, who unlil Ihe summer j term also attended llic siiine i-pl-l lego. !., She hns been' spendiuj the summer here wilh her par 1 enls but will resume her studies..' They were also accompanied by Miss Margaret McClure. who will spent the next two weeks nsl of Mr. mid Mrs. Willlnm Ray.! Mrs. Zitler and son. of St. 1 louis, nnd Mrs. Elln Perkins, nl Mnyflcld, Ky., nre Ihc houscgu'-.sls of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Wren. Mrs. Zitler Is Iheir daughter. I Mis. Mabel Slcclc nnd dauuh- ler, I^utsc. hnvc relumed from a visit-wilh rclalives in O/nik ; Ark. I Miss Ilanel McAdnms. accompanied ty Mr. and Mrs. Paiilj D. Combs and Miss Clara Onr-j Improved. Mrs. Tom Hopper, who has been in lhc Blylhcvllle nospiUI it week, being treated for . ..-«, was brought, [„ her home in Cooler Sunday aflernoon and is getting along well Or. and Mrs. T. S. Cooper.'returned linmc over (he wc'k-cnd afler n two weeks vacalion" spent al Iheir cabin nt Eleven. Point..-j Mr. and Mrs. Coiner of Raleigh! N. C., arrived In Cooler Sundny night, lo spend several dnys here n" guests of the killer's pavcnts; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McClmv Mr. nnd Mrs. Noflard Jones niul children nre visiting at Malvern, Ark. ' MALARIA CHH,l«S and l-'EVEK ALEXANDKR'S IRON TONIC is lhc spcedltsti remedy knawn fur »1'.<]*Ti:i,- thills anrl Fever. It will rhtck Malaria in three «ajs anrl only a few doses aro required (o slop chills. As a gcm-rnl Ionic for (hat tired" or "worn out" feeling, it stimulate* appetite, linltits slrcnjlh an,! vitality ani i S i<" yon |K-|i ami color. Sold hv all S"o,l drnggkls. _ A . JIANLEY TOURS Wm. I.en Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours lo Dallas each 3at., ?23.00 Mrs. E. A. Tea ford C)sceol», Ark. Phone 101 Why Gulf is the Gas for August Mlf.s Slna nuggar of Stratsfonl, Okla., arrived Saturday for a week's vacation here with Miss Mildred Pophain and Mrs. If. B. Maslcrson. Miss Duggar was music Instructor in the local high iChool for several years and is now teaching music at Strats- ford. Victor Hill of Dexter, M% was here Sunday vlsltlny ,fricn:ls. Miss Aniiiibell lialdrldge, of Inverness, Miss., arrived Monday afternoon to visit In the home of Mr, and Mrs. Prank Foster as the guest of their daughter, Miss Lor- cnc. Miss nuldrldge is the daughter of the Rev. C.tB. Baldridgc, a former nnstor of the locar*I3np- llsl church. Mrs. Heed Woodsldc of i'arma, Mo., was here Sunday visiting; lier mother, Mrs. Anna Dunklln. Louis Spaulding, who Is employed at St. Louis, arrived Sunday (o spend his vacation with lib parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam en- (011. It includes a .dotted"dress with draw-string neckline arid a loose, straight : coat with Ascot of (lie (letted fabric. Steele Baptist Revival Results in 35 Conversions STEELE, Mo:—One of - the mos successful rdvlval liieeting.s eve. held here came < to n close' nt-'the Slcclc Baptist • church Sunda niRht with' 35'conversions, 25 additions to the church by baplism niul scvcrnl • olhers letters. The 25 were _„ ,, ^. ^ UIIJJI l/,i;il 111 flf. the Ilnyti Baptist church Sunday i(i night and there nre several others who arc to be baptized next Hu nighl. Rev. Franks, lhc llnyll Baptist cbnrcli. conducl- cd the revival,, assisted by the, pastor, Rev. J. B. Cunningham Hayti Society — Personal Spniilding. Herman McClanahan has ac- cejilcd a position as manager ol Ihe n«l Boll Store at Warden. Mr. and Mrs, B. O. Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. John Diigan, of Jxekton, Tenn., were the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. c. II. Pranks Sunday evening. They were all students together at Union University, Miss Jackson, Tcnn. Kallileen Spaulding or Matthews is the guest of Miss Hnz'cl Mnngrum this week. Frank Ariiirns of Pnragould was here Sunday visiting in Ihe home of Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Franks. Monday in company with the Rev, Franks he- motored to Armorel Ark. where they arc lo conduct n revival at 'tlie Baptist church for tlie next two weeks. Number Nine News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Collins and (laughter have returned lo Iheir home at Lilbburn. Mo., - after relatives. •cc Stovall motored Mr. and Mrs. Evnns Bnrdnn nmi Mr.= " " """ — Sunday. Mrs. Bcrl -Diiwnln daugliler. of Illinois, ait vis relatives here. . and Mrs. Eris Brrulslm- ': spent Salurday night with Air Stovall. or sieii, song service was of Frank Adams of Ark. : .- ; • ; , • ',! in charge' lattcr's Paragoulcl.l — I ; Alice Collins spent Sf night with Thehna Mnsk. Mrs. Rosa Gates nnd son, lii wife, and Lucille Oldham, of Ynrbro, was (he Sunday dinner guest of lib Fay Bftty. 'Alice Collins and Thclma Mnsk entertained a few fritnds wilh nn ice cream supper and party Saturday night. Gosncll News Mrs. Jainsle Trotter, of lilythe- vllle, was the guest of Miss Dcola Brown Wednesday nlgjjt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jackson have moved (o Iheir new home on Ihe Jackson fnrm. Miss Margie Williams motored to Jonesboro Tuesday. Misses June and Ruth Pinkerton left Wednesday for St. Louis lo visit their sister, Trinnie. Revival at Tyler COOTER, Mo.— A two weeks revival meeting will begin at the Tyler Baptist church Sunday, August 9. The pastor. Rev. Crocker, will be assisted by Rev. George W. . . Graham ot Campion Heights Hap- [ lis "- - ' . Crocker will lead the vices and Mrs. Jack Cooler will be pianist. JS'civJ>weds Test BOSTON (UP) _ All bridegroom, loo embarrassed in divulge his name, thought bccau c lie heard two could live as cheap ly ns one, they too could Iravio as one. When the newlyweds were boarding an Eastern Slearnshli, Lines boat, Ihe husband presented only one ticket. A steamship at- tache exploded the man's theory, He purchased another ticket. alotaos TRADE MAHK HEG biliousness, sour stomach, bilious indigestion, flatu. lence and headache, due to constipation. 10c and 25s at dealers list Church of St. Louis. Re;', song ser- Wimp of (•HIPS End 11-Year Sleep SAN DIEGO, Cal. (UP)—Twelve inch harbor defense niorlar,-; at Fort Rosecrnns, silent for 11 years were unlimljcrcd. In target "practice at 'floats towed behind the Coast Guard Cutter Perseus. Four practice strings were fired al u range of 8,000 yards. Get Rid of Malaria! Banish Chills and Fever! To conquer Malaria, you must do two iMnjjs. (I) Destroy the infection in Hie ' )loot '- ( 2 ) ' lljil <l «P the blond lo ovcr- - f " m lhc cf ' Ccls aml ..,j.n^ ,11, uiiuumn, nio - alter / -••-*..> «>j\ ( n, iumiy ;i£ain:c spending several weeks here with f "" lwra "«k-There is one medicine Ihat relatives. riocs these (wo tilings and Ifmt is Grove's Taslclcss Chill Tonic I The ta'lolc°5 nni- in Grove's TasHcs.i Chill Tonic <lc- malarial infcclion in llic Wood . • m n Mon Id to f<' »ay, AH,., Fri- w l,ilc Ihc Iron taiUb up (he blood! lZ,- returned Kundnv . c™,i<: n r „..„„!,, i « .-.,.. . . sands of people have conquered Malaria .„ willi the ai<l of Grove's Tasteless Chill i- Tonic. In addilinn to Icing a noted rem- pdy for Malaria, it is also an excellent : of general Grove's Taslcle35 ,.,.,. „, . . —-• u.u.^o i,»siL-n:;b Chill ionic is pleasant lo lake and contains nolliing harmful. Even children like it and (he) can lake il safely. For site by nil drug stores. Nov.' Iwo sizes ~0c and $1. The ?I size contains iy, times as nmch as lhc SOc sire and g'.vcs you 25> qOOLKST SPOT IN TOWN TONIGHT IS $75 BANK MfiHT! Last \vcrk Sclma Hardin n;is call cd for the S50.nO~Shc was IIP present— Making BANK UKI'OSH TONIGHT 575.00! ! i Wilh Gcrlnido illicluicl, Sir Guy vS(;inrIiini ;ind Kay iMilhind Selected .Shorts —Admission— M.ilircc— Id * 25c— \Vilh lr Tax l— 10 .t .15c— With Ic Tax Shirley Tcninlc in Toor .little Rich Girl 1 \Vi1h AHrc J-'ayc, Gloria Sduiri. Jack Haley and Aliciiacl Whiilcn This I lire she nol only lonihcs cur hcait...shc climbs right in raiamntml .\ t ,» 5 anrt .llarch of Time —Ariinissimi— Ma(Incr—10 A- ttic—With l—10 * 35c— H'illi Ic T.V Ic Ta^ -<X)MlNfi SOON- N PASTURKS" with Rei insrnin. "UHVT1IM ON THi: HANOE- With Kitiff Crosliy. "TROUBI.K KOIt TWO" will, Kol,- crl Slontitoinrr. ASKING" W m Warren VMllmn. "VOURS FOR THE Will, 'George • nafl. MILK .PERFECTLY! \BALANCEp Tlie 1'KICEI.ESS VITAMINS of liure milk such as CliAlO'S :ue necessary lo iierfectly BALAN'CUD DIETS. GRADE A RAW MILK Iflc (ic (k HuUt-rniilk, ()(.... Sample Low Fares Now you can travel anywheis by train—in safely and comfort—arvd save money. Here aro a few samples: Fretn Tllythevlllc to California SSi.M Chicago, III 18.98 n.illa.i, Tc.v. 15.25 Denver, Colo 35-75 Ft. Worth,TCJ, 17.20 Minneapolis, Minn. 28.15 Mexico City, SIcx. North TaciPic Coast t!MD Si. Louis, Ml*. S.5S SI. Paul, Minn 28.15 ROUND Tiars Conrli •Pitilniin ASS 2.lo 21.10 21.70 35.75 22.W 28.15 11.21 1' M.!)0 n.so 28.15 •Slcerins car space clmcc c.vtra. A Tourist Sleeping Car Tare S65.M 1> Tourist Sleeping C;ir larc S72.TS t our aclitevcmcnti, Faros lowest m liistory-subrianlial reducUons on round tnp tiokefs-for iho wcrld's finest fransporlalion in sloping cars or coaches. And remsmbGi— lV h-n you take the tram you know in advance exactly what tho trip will cost. Western railroads slashed faros in 1933. They pre-' sealed air-conditioned service in 1934. By 1935 all principal (rains vrere air-condilioned. For 1936 they have greatly increased Ihe number of air-condilioned cars including coaches, sleeping cars and diners. Western railroads also olfer economy meals, dependability, and faster schedules with safely. When you • add these to low fares, you can't afford to overlook Hie grealer comfort and independence of train travel.'. . . 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