The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 6, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1934 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Miu Minnie Lee Jones having ptafio recltt) »l high school audlt- orium, I P. M. - Fldells class of First Bapllsl church will Imvc Bunco party In the home of Mrs. U. W. Mul lint st 7:45, Thursday night. FRIDAY'S LVJENTS \ Miss Minnie Lcc Jones having recital at high school auditorium 8 P. u! American Legion Auxiliary uicels Friday afternoon with Mrs. Roland Green. Mrs. C. G. Redman will be co-hostess, The Dorcas Sunday school class of the first Baptist church meel Ing 7:30 P. M. with Mrs. O. W Lewis. Irma Laura Barnes ' To Wed Bernard McAfee Mr. nnd Mis. Owen Clark Barnc hove announced the engnscmcn ol their daughter, Irinn Laurn to Mr. Bernard Edward Me Ale -•sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Me Alec, i;( Memphis. The wcddln will be splemnized on June 1 at the Lake Street Methodist church. ; Tiis ceremony will be solemnized . on the 23rd wedding anniversary 'o{ the brlde-clccfs parents. The attractive bride-eject Is n graduate of (lie city high school and ln(er nttendcil Arkansas stale colleec at Jonesboro. Mr. McAfee attended the city high school nnd was graduated . from (he Memphis University school, having starred In fooibAll at both schools. He Is also a graduate of the Murdock school of cotton, Memphis, and will enter • that' business In the fall. • » • Club Prepares F»r Hardy Oitinr Most of the 2S couples of tlK Kill Care club during the past winter plan to go lo Hardy lor the outing Thursday wlten Mr and Mrs. L. L. Ward will huve a barbecue at their camp, Rio Vista '~ Some of the families will motoi ;.. over Wednesday afternoon '-.others will go early Thursday and • L return that night. Those going are: Mr. and Mrs ,". W. T. Barnetl, Mr. and Mrs. E/F. .;; Btomeyer nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. i.i»(u«teU5 Evrnre! and son, ean Sebaugh, Trnc.v Sunders, xmlse Reeves, Lucile Abbot, Alice ane Hester, Virginia Gitlnr.s, Sylla Reldnmn, Mildred Whistle. Rachel Galnes, Klolse I!nrn:s mid luth Panncll. • * • ills. J. It. C'.irk 'o Give Ili'sponsr. Mrs. James I!. Clark of Itils city, ihairmau of Dlslrlct Oni- of the Arkansas Democratic Women's -lubs, will give the response to he addresses of welcome nl the state mcellns In Mtllr Rock Tliur.sday. The principal speaker will be Mrs. Harrison Turkman. Kni|»rla Knmas. chalrmnn of I he Kansas Democratic clubs. Delegates liotn the seven districts In the slate will "Uenc ho meeting at the Hold Mnrion Chairmen of these diilrlcls urc Mrs. Clark, one; Mrs. Marcus Hone of Batesvllk', two; MlE.s I/"lglilon of rayeltcvllle. three Mrs. Sebe Miles Holt of l-'or Smith, four; Mrs. Ixjuls Rhotcn Little Rock, five; Mrs. John D WIltDiirne of Pine IJliill. six; Mis Aurellc Durnsld; ol El Dorado seven. Aivnntpniiylnt: Mrs. Clark wi be Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, ilclcgat iom the Blythcvillc club. • • • I nth DllUhunty Narnrd To SUtc om« C. Of C. It's Up to the Women HY .MRS. KKANKI,IN I). UOOSKVEl/r Occupalions for Women Osceola Society — Personal Premiere Contest Winners Will Be Announced Tonight While 1 do not Intend to make. Information is not sufficient lo his >\ chronicle of nil UK- urciipii-j make a teaclirr a crcnl. teacher. lions open to women. 1 waul toj'flie <]itnllly which makes men or menllon a few. We can bo libra- • women great teacliers is the nliil- Miss Ruth Dillaluml.v, daughter ol ,Mr.' and Mrs. .To: S. nilla- lutnty, was elected custodian cf flags, of the Arkansas Division, Children of Confetleracy. al the •(cond nnnunl conventitm In Helena yesterday. Other officers elected were: Miss Mnry Jane Masspy. Mot Springs, president; Miss Lenorn Routon. Hope, first vice-president: Francis Taylor. Little Rock, secniul vice- president; Miss Mnry Frances Wilder. Port Smith, third vice- president; Miss Julia Jntie iiowen Little Rock, recording sccrclarv; Mks Winnie McHcnry. Conw.iy corresponding secretary; Roger Stevenson, North Little Hock, treasurer; Dean Smith, Monticello, chaplain. Eleven of the 15 chaidcis in the state were represented st the meeting. The state membership Is 1,130. The Bapllbl Woman's Missionary Union met Monday iififinoon lit. the church for Ihe monthly business meeting. On Monday cvfii- Ins! Mrs. R E. Tompkins, who as (Inrri vice pre-sldenl ol the unlun is leader t ol young jicoplcs leador, ivus h'osiess to a reoryani/ulinn niLi'tliii; of the Y. W. A. at her country home west of town. 'Ilie ChrLslinn Workers met Miui- |dny afternoon al Ihe home of Mis. ! W. E. IJiu'lon. Plans were made j lor a cake sale Saturday. 'Ilic Presbyterian Ladk-s Auxiliary met Monday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Geo. ICdrmy- lon lor Ihclr monthly business meeting. Mis. R. C. Bryan the devotional exercises. Tlic McthcJisl Womans Mission- anu' in the arts women have ex- i education very seriously VnYTli'J I "'">' Society mcl at the cliurcli 1 '• ; _ _ day allcrnoon. The mumbers pass very 'difficult and 'complicated wl11 C11 J°>' " l licnic M Grider park ers, playwrights. 'nils list will examinations which are standard- "" June-25, and after llial will only serve lo fill our paces and 1/cit and pre-suppose the follow- lncct onlv °" lnc lirst Monday ol not lo clarify lliese articles, biit'liif of a well defined curriculum I c:lcn month during the hummer, we may .profitably treat a few] which requires very long liouis vocations In detail. ' . - '.'._'. ". .._!, , For many years Ihe only occu- ! Much detailed knowledge Is n;-! "» lc venrs cld ' mcnibcYs of Ihe [lalion which «as rnnslilprert pos-1 iiulrcd of children, and particular- .primary department of Ihe Melli- siblc outildo the home lor women' ly In Germany, where It means -wlist Sunday school, willi Uieir was lliat of leaching because it' was fell for a Innn time lhal very little special preparation was needed. Of Into 11 has become more and more necessary lo have Winners of the "Hollywood Prom-1 was Gloria Stuart. Miss Juanitn Foot Infection Fatal to Steele Pastor's Son rlaiis, secrr^arhs, Ity lo Inspire with curiosity Hie newspaper rcjxjilcrs, j:ho:onw])h-! youthful niinil. ers, hostesses on planes; ID Ihol DlfTcrDiU countries have diflci- rofcwilons sve can be lawyers, doc- ! em theories of education. Tne tors, scientists of various kinds, | German nnd the French take their and In the arts women have ex-1 education very seriously am celled as .sculptors ami we have children must al certain 30CK1 women poelf. writer*, palnt- icre theatre last evening will nouncrd al the conclusion of Mils ovcnin^'.s performance when prizes will be awarded the four selected by judges as imper:«naling llolly»[:ml -siar.s ut last evening's and Ihis evening's .shows. The 3D c'lilrles arrived at the Ihcalif in .shininc new molors la.vt night and .spoke briefly over the radioiiieforc i-iilrrlng Hie show I10USP. I Some hupersonalcd tlic movie I siar.s will) specialty numbers while \ others slrolbd across tlic slagc in Hie manner ~ot Iheir fnvorites. All iiges and lypcs were rejirc- STEELB, Mo.—Services were held | Sunday morning at the Baptist i; churcli for Matthew Noah Sadlier. i 13-year-old son of Rev. and Mis. . ; coi.le.1" held at the Rlu! Peiry Frances Dee, Miss B'elvi "T Sdlto «So did Si u day T la-si, rvpninir win i-, •>!>. a,,,,,,; „.,* =^..i «,..».,= m c c i™,. "• B - Sadlicr, who nicd Miuraaj Smart was Sari Marlt/a. Miss Lou ise BiKii-kvnd was Joan Cratvforl, r..-, "Satiie TliompsoM" in "Rain". Slcde-Cootei- Society — Personal MJS.S Josephine Holly cnlcrtain- eii recently at dinner in honor ol ns the result, of an Infection. The Rev. D. K. Foster, of the Caruth- ersvillc Baptist church, officiated. Matthew Noah injured his uoi {.several weeks ago. Last wool:, while on a trip to Shiloh baltlc- lield. he hecanie sick with lockjaw and death followed. Pallbearers at the fnur-ral were Mcrl Patterson, Wayne Fisk, Vernon OverUirf, Joe Arnold, ind Jordan and Henry Zahner. Flower; yirhs were Dorolliy Pierce. Allcnc Mai-shall, Haggard, Eva Mac Harold Martin who is leaving axm for his home at Carlrondale, 111. Peterson, and Hazel Huckleba. Matthew Noah is survived by his j parents, three tislers, Bcsse Carl- if Ine, 11, Ruth Naomi, 9, and f icnted-from nusscll Phillips, jr.. Tlie Young Matrons Club of lhu , . ., , , ,.., :* -apanky," to Miss Grace Me- Coo , C r entertained the Jolly club I'™', '', ""!' , , n ri two hirfl Farlaud ns flapper Clara Bow. of Cooler with a picnic at Ken-1?'"", 5 * Z V-inrt 'R vn O r.d RotoU, Florman as Mae ml , rar k last Wirsday. |er b . Lee Roy, I, and Arthur B.ya, Ul ' s f- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Whitiieitl i ' Over UKI Mountain". Wanda Fisher, ns Jean Darling, did d?r ,:yan > • Miss Eva Nelson, as liate Smith, spent last week end visiting Mrs. I sung, "When the Moon Shines Whilfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent over (heir lessons every day. \ 'I'hirly-iix children from ::!.•; to u IV Ml III 11 ^. - ' much to their future IHc if they ; teachers and their superintendent, full in passing certain cxamlira-i Mre - W ' L - Segars, arc enjojing a lions required on the path lo picnic al Grlclcr Park this afler- succeEiful np|»intmenl.s in govern- [iioon. , inent or business positions. For' ' ' ' (raining for each sub-1 this reason th=re is a high (:er-1 Richard Cromer and Allen Se- Jcct thul one wishes lo teach. I ccntagc bf child .suicides In llicso graves entertained J5 lecn-aga One of the great dilfinillics hasl countries from sheer discwiraiv-1 'riends in a piano dance in the been that a great ninny girls and mcnt. This Is not to my mlari a | club rooms al the Court House boys have gone Into the teacti- ]ng profession because they could succofful result of cducntioiiiil 1 here. The boys were assisted ir methods. icnlerlaining by their mothers. Mrs not think of anything else that In England the theory of educ.\-j G - B Sgeravcs and Mre. R. A they wished lo go Into. Now teaching Is entirely dllfer- :-nt from it wns in (he early days and who undertake II should be vciy sure that they have a volution. Tlu're. is a great dcai of discussion today a.s to what really Sirs. • Harry W. Haincs and son. Hir. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Higgin- scn and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Redman and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parr and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. Trleschman arm daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Muull and sons, Mr. > and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hasson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oreaurcll and sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. Members not going nre: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daley, Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHanay, Mr. and Mrs N. B. Mcnard. Mr. and Mrs. Max! B. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lcnti, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson. FntrrUlnj dab Members, Hisbuds Mrs. Joe G. Trleschman enter- of Netis Mostly Personal constitutes education many learned books have been written on that subject. There Is a fundamental thing, however, thai 1 every one will accept as worthy" of consideration think being lion somewhat dllli-rcnL Thev Cromer. Miss Anne Fisher nnd Orace Moullrlc spent yesterday In Memphis. Miss Pessy McKcel, who al tends Llnclcnwood college al SI. Charles, Mo., has arrived home. namely, no matter what young people study, the Important thing is that Ihe .sludy should he vitalized lor them by the personality ol the teacher. ' It is (ar more im|X>riant for Ihe child to be thrown into contact with rome really interesting mind than it is for him lo learn a particular group of (acts. II tr, also untiuesltonably tru? ttiat FOIHC lieople have an ability lo impart information and other iicoplc who may be greater students themselves liiiri It Impossible to give out what they have stored in their minds Him lo train the mind, hut not :o give any specialized vocational linintng and (hey have succeeded In turning out a more cultured Individual than \\u do on (his si' 1 ' of the water, though our general theory is patterned more on un- English than on continental theories. It is rare to find an Englishman who docs not know the classics, because (hey look upon a knowledge of nreek and Lalln as rs- sentlal lo the training of Ihe mind and with the knowledge and appreciation of llii.s must, of necessity go Hie. wider knowledge of nil Ihe literature which liar, "U. K. Easv's" flltck "N. O." Jnjiie.s R. Hatley, at Camden,! HHEBOYGAN. Wls. (UP) — A Tenn. Mrs. Haliey. who is 76. is: c \ xc k f 0r f, ve dollars, accepted by : " witli colitis. While in Tennessee ' a harlcndcr and approved by a tavern owner, was returned Ihe next Idiionstrated with a djiirc, Mlss'^ir. and Mrs. Whitnold also visit-j nt Shaver characterised ' C( i Mr. and Mrs J. U Whitlield ! Pills, the "Rhythm Boys" at Waverley. Mr. aiid, Mrs. D. !i. Johnson, at Dover, and at old Fort Donaldson and the National Park cemetery. Used Shavel; ITaclured Ncrk HOQUIAM, Wash. (UP)-Wiold- int; a sliovel proved n hazardous occupation for Kiiule Bergman. Out of town rjucsls includsc l^linor Warren, ol Tyron/.a J and Mary Catherine Piiipps, of Mcm, house of ^fadeilnc Kl- lon Edrlnglnn, Virginia Hughes, ol Memphis, who visited Viryinia Ciotncr, Ricluird Exstinc, oC Un- ionlown, Ala., visiling Rieliard Croiner, Ruth Williani.s. of Di'ivcr, Catherine Culloin. Quinlon Jeiome nnrt Claud Leech ol Wilson. » * 4 Mrs. O. E. Maacngill was host- lo licr two table bridge club and an extra (able of guests. Mrs. i\. W.' Boivcn won high score club prize and Mrs. C. 13. Driver won nis;l> guest price. Other guests, vere lliert with Cjirly Ilylce, Boycl Liodwln nnd Robert Fisher in the •dies. Sara Lou McCutchen. as Alice Faye. tang "You Nasty Man", Marsh r.'allawriy, Jr.. as Stan Laur- cl. and Kemnth Osljorn as Oliver Hardy, save a ."ketch of this ridiculous Isani. and J. W. Purllc woru an e.xlra nose us Jimmy Duramc. . ._ _„„ The Marx Brothers, three of 'ctn.j-lTs friu-turcd his neck wi:iie jerk- were HiiM-c with Bud Wilson, John I ing it out ol the ground Hums and Mai Mclllwain phtyine; | the parts. Junior Barnctt, as Billy | Iljbinion. did a black face tap] dance, ami Miss Beulali Wiggins, | as Jc.iii Harlow, and Pete Allison. I .'.j. Clark Gable, staged n love | scene. Anna Mac Jones wa.s Una r.Ii:rkel. Mbs Ennna Sue Stewart was Joan Bennr-tl, Miss Jane Kochlitzky wns Ann Dvoiak, Mia-i Joan Mallock was Ciaudellc Col- tlic sisnature, "U. R. Easy." SELLING OUT Our slock of merchandise and cTinplete set of modern grocery and market fixtures. Any part or all. BRYANT AND BKOWN LKACHVIf.MC, AUK. come, down to us. Therefore a titles the members, were Mcsdamcs greater knowledge of history and a greater knowledge of Ihe countries where this history lias taken place is a part of the. education of every • English child. NKXT: Triiehcre Nccil Widrr VWr.n. (Copyright, 1033, by Anna Eleanor Rcosevcll: distributed by United but even this gift of iiunarlhi£| Feature Syndicate, Inc.) John Mnliau. who went to Atlanta, Ga., recently (or a brl^f itny, returned home last niyht. Mrs. Outhrle King Is visiting in Memphis (or a tew rtsys. Mrs. C. S. Stevens and daughters. Mrs. Gene Sllll of Plymouth. N. C.. and Miss Mary Ellen, accompanied by Mrs. John Sawyer. Jr., of Carulhersvlllc. and Mrs. Godfrey White, of Osceola, spent ycslerdRy in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Allllck nnci children relurned last nlKht fioui n visit with relatives of "Mr. Af- fllck in Crnlialia, Mo. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon went Hayti Society — Personal Vliss Ora Crittcnclen and S. E. Bvcnlon Wed evening for a supper party and 1 bridge game. A fried chicken menu was served In buffet manner nt small tables decorated with cqTorful garden flowers. In the card games Mrs. Dixi" Crawford won the ladles' prize, bath powder, and the men's prize a tie, went to Lloyd Stlckmon, To Have Picnic. Belty Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farnswortli Black of Memphis, will entertain several ol her Blytheville playmates with a picnic Thursday at Overton Park. Memphis. Ann Vollmcr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vollmer. Donna Wunderlich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs> W. J. Wunderltch. Barbara Monaghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. and Jack Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W L. Homer, will go down, accompanied by their mothers. "- * * » Has.Bridie Luwhton Miss Verna Scott of- Coldwaler Miss., who Is the guest ol Mr. and Mrs. A.-V. Trejdway. entertained with a small bridge luncheon at the Hotel Noble yesterday. A (our course menu was served »t a table with a centerpiece o roses and snapdragons. Later, in the bridge games, I Marguerite Matthews, won prizes, a compact. To Ht?c Recital::. Miss Minnie boe' Jones will pre sent h:r pinno pupils In recital Thursday and Friday evening, o'clock, at the.high school auditor him. They will be assisted b Miss Tracy Sanders, soprano, an R vocal trio of Dorothy Jean Fos ler, Geneva Graves and Annl Liurta Collins. Thes; purjUs will play plan rumtcrs: Dorothy Jean Foster, E • tert. l»»:hom, James Alton Vlck rey, • Onlta Prichard, Hesuie. Pounds, Gloria M.yi Yarbrougl arasould lo ta guesij ol Woody nd Weldon Lomb lor i> swimming parly. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Trend way ivc as Ihelr finest, for a inonin liss Vcrna Scott, of Coldwaler. Mnd^liti" ncevcs is ill al icr home on vine street. Mr. and Mrs. CllfTotd Joyner. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Whllworlii nd grand daughter. Minnie Ruth Vood. spent yoitcrday at Union Eta McOuU*en, M»v : Wrfrtje/U T. MooreTRuby Ne . Oik, Eaoline Freeman, Willie Ma . Mrwct, W«xl» Smith, JnnetU rs. W. A. Holllngsworlh. aim r. Holllngsworlh. Misses Jane Davis, of St. Louis, nd Dorris Davis, of Kansas Cily. fo.. utt are guests of Miss Hiith for R few days en rouic omc .from Sophie Ncwcomb col- ge at New Orleans. La. Tumur- ow afternoon go The Comity League Hireling of the Melhodisl church was Collonwood Point Monday evening wttti Hfi memkers from Cooler, Caruthrrsvlllc, Hayti and Colton- wcotl Point pi'efcnt. Tlihleen were from Hnyti, The next meeting will l>f held June 20 ill Caru- thersvllle. on the church lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McClanahan ate Ihe parents of a baby daughter, bom Monday evening. The little girl has been named A(|Uilln Ixiuisr. Mother and babe arc getting along nicely. Mrs, Jake ISernstcin of Caru- thrrsville nnd Miss Esther liosen- (hnl of Dcnvor, Colo., who is working for ihc National Jewish tioipltal al Denver, were hnre Mon CARUTHEIISVILLE, June G. — The marriage of Miss Oia;.Crlt- icnden. ol (his cily, and Mr. S. E. IJrenUm, of Rolla, Mo., has been announced, the ceremony luiving taken place Thursday, May 31. nt Holla I The bride, the daughter of Mrs. A. C'o.Vn of this i-lly. is well W. W. Prcwitt, Ruth Carlisle, Hale Jackson. James D. Driver. (Jodlrcy White. L'. R. Smith Jr., and d. A. Robinson. rvfrs. Frank Critlendcn of Cw liigtun, Tenn., came home Sun- cluy for :i visit of several weeks' with her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Clias. Hale, at Nodeim. Mrs. Geo. Adams and her small clapghtcr, Janr, arc here lor week's visit w:lli Mrs. Adams mother, Mrs John While. Cnrletun Tompkms, wliu graduated at the head nf (he claw 11. home economics at Alabama Polytechnic Niuiiluic last week, has gone to New York City, where she will serve an internship in the department ol dietetics at Uncoil hospital. She spent a few days a'. home before leaving, returning here with her pannus. Mr. Mrs. F. E. Tompkins, who motored to Auburn to attend her gradua tion. bcvl and .Miss Irene Huipur was Kay Francis. John Waslitinni was "Billy", of Our Gang comedies. :M:-S Frances Little was Patricia E'llis. Miss Margaret mewart was Ann Southern, and Miss Kathleen llcssic was Joan Crawford. Fran- c-lla Fisher was "Mary Ann", of Our Gang comedies. Tommy Frnz- ii" was Paul Muni, Ruth Mac Hiclnrdson was Norm?. Shearer. Audrey Nell Freeman was Jean I'arker, Raymond Beck \vas\Gcne Kaymond. and Miss Euunaline Page Tonight RITZ THEATRE Finals.ill Hollywood Premiere S K K THE WINNERS PRESENTED ON THE STACK AT 9:00 15—Acts - Singing - LhincinK - Comedy—15 —ON THE SCREEN— Adolphc iMcnjoti and Shirley Temple in "LITTLE MISS MARKER" leading to a science degice. Miss Catherine Harwell is .spend ing the week in Tyron/a, visilm Miss Nan Frances W.m-en. Dill Uillard, who returned ho Friday from Mississippi A. .& M College, has gone lo known here. Tiic groom is in bus- ] .John Kciscr ol Oiccolu. a nisr.. lne« at Rolla. where the couple j her of the high school faculty a will make their home. Kciser, led Sunday for FayeilcVin lo attend the University 'of Ark ... ansas, wlicrc lie is taking worl Mexican Came to Texas Before It Was Republic WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (UP) — When Jose M. Pena dial here May £>. Texas lost j:o«'hly Us j College, has youe lo Grand Hap only niizon who was oitlfr than Ids. Mich., where he will work thl tin Mn to llSL'lf. I . Pcua's esnrl a^c was no! known ' day allcrnoon .yfiilini: friend-, ami but It was over log yean.. Pena.l There me 420400 Americans liv nllciulins lo -business. j torn in Mexico, came hen- while ling in countries other than th ui VT r . Marearel " yrlck «'«! : Ti-M-. Mill was u part o! Mexico i United Slate;, according to Slat Virginia Cannon are in Memphis., mid Ix-lor? it tccnins a republic 1 Department recoids Trim., visiting with the former's: Mcsdames D. A. Hedge and chil-! Srcn. and Ruins Holt of Ihir,! city and Mrs. Ralph Holt and. ;on of liragg City, motored to Memphis Saturday and visited wit]) ' Mrs. Rufus Holt's Allle. who iily. Tenn., as g"iitsls of Mr. Joy- , Mls \ J : ler's parents. - IK "" l iis Carolec Wood bns gone lo |b?en h In Irainlug there. >n. Mo., visiting with j loll. Ark., lo her cousin. Bitty Ann Whltworth. She wa.- iccompanied by Elizabeth and Jane Belcher of Oscral.i. A. B. Holland and rtaugh- «rs went lo Rector. Ark., toany o spend the rest of the week with Mrs. Holland's parents. Evjrard Welsbnrd. who Ins tfvn itttnding the University of Ar;&i)S!ii at Fayetlevllle. has return- •xt home. Miss Bdl'h Johnson h»s rctuinrt !o her home in St. Louis alter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Welsbnrd. Miss Willie . ., relatives, returned limn? S.n.n- day aftf-rnoon accompanirtl by hrr • nother. Mrs. Carrie Tyler and sis- i er. Miss Katharine Tyler. Mrs. Joe Jnffce left for Mem- i pills Saturday, where she will like business course at one of the colleges there. William Duncan Shrader. who :ias been attending the University ol Missouri, has arrived home foi -no summer vacation. Miss Alum Jean Morgan relum- ed from Memphis Saturday accompanied ly Miss Vivian Slacker that city, who will visit with her lor n few days. Marlcr left .Sunday lor a three weeks vacation to b: spenl In Washington, D. C.. and Newport. B. T. Colitis Causes Death BTEELE, Mo.—Funeral services " -c held Monday afternoon for Harold. 16-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wimberly, who died of colitis. The Wimberlys nimrd here only a inonlli ago from Oxford. Miss. Crime has Increased in England about 25 per cent since the World Wir, DCS Anil Carefully Compounded lptlons arc Our Specialties. —Ask Your Doclor. Fowler Drug Co. R. N. Hill - J. M. Fouler Registered Pharmacists SOLVE YOUR INSECT PROBLEM THIS MODERN WAY Houicu-ive? finii spraring willi Mil (avc.« them moneir, ^0 tnothf ruining rlolltcs ivortli hinirlrcds of <lnllr.r«. >"n nnls and roarlics ?;.itiliiT» (oof.. riicn, loo. the home is conv fnrlahlp nnd frn-d fnim riirly. cW.uc-licarii!E I'tips nnd flj- i«S itm-rl?. «tlh prarlicnllv no rffnrl ami irr.»- liclr rnsl. Jiifl ?pray cncli riK>ni, from ntlic lo ccllnr (windowa rlo^, plrnsc), and Iravc il jhul for 1 III a!sn i|iiickly ilispcls nn- plvn«anl cuokin^ odors. Ke- mrnihcr,it iMnlrlxitH anioney- .irk {;liarrnlec. A New Low Price for A New TERRAPLANE CHALLENGER 6 We named (his new Templane delibernd?. \Vc called ic the Challengei. Our purpose io introducing tbi? oew model in addition to (he other TerrapUrna is ;o satisfy a need—a car made foe those buyers who want nothing less (run a full size, fully powered cat, it a very low price. You'll find Tcmplanc Challenge! Six: A CHALLENGE IN PERFORMANCE- With 80 Horsepower—th< most powerful Six ai us price! Performance even grcarcr (dan (he Tcrraplanc S;x which broke so many pci- formancc records—Official A. A. A. Records. A CHALLENGE IN SIZE- Wiih 112-inch whcclbase, ind a big toomy body. A CHALLENGE !N ECONOMY—With owners' SBiemen!! rhst covet shousands and thou- iar.ds of m:irt ci owner cnving. en ail upk«p ;osti. [he tug^cdness and economy of Tetra- plane design -»nd construction is pnnd. A CHALLENGE IN STYLE-With ihi, year's streamlined style, it is the only cut with fully advanced. sryling in the lowest price field! A CHALLENGE IN RUGGEDNESS- With double sicel body, extra rugged chassis, big, powerful Brndix Equal Action Brakes, (he rugged Tcrr.i- planc Challenger offers long life. Drive these cars today! There are four models. HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO. Terraplane is now offered in 3 Series: The CHALLENGER, SPECIAL, and MAJOR Actcjiory EqoipaKac Siijthllr EnlfJ For the First Time in the Lowest Price Field You get ALL These SO Horsepower ... Double Steel Body . .. 112-inch VPbeelhaK ... Fully Advanced Srytii\g ... Bettdix Equal Action Brake*. .. Tire tod Luggage Compartment • IT COSTS SO LITTLE IT DOSS SO MUCH JUST ARRI VED • . , . HERE TODAY! Visit I lie Special Showing nf Tcrraplftia's and Hudsons . . . New Models . . . New Colors Tf . . . New Tcrraplanc Challenger al a New I, 0 w Price . At Our Show Rooms Al' This \V c e k. Main and Tilth Sts. J. C. APPLEBY Blythevilk. Ark.

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