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THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1934 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK) COURIER NEWS College Students Are Returning for Summer Vacation summer school ut llen- drix College. Coimay. ilnrliii! Ill' entire .summer. Ark.: Virginia Torapklns. • St. Lotus University D«nt»l Colleg*, St. LouU: Don Bmltll. Missouri University, Columbia: John Caiidill . j Jessie l*e England ,Annie l-aurle j Evans, Martha Chambers, who. arc Students «re dally arriving home! nt Draugiinn's Business college from schools and colleges to spend I Memphis, will remain In that city the summer with relative*. Most-. fo , r lho present. U. S. Uninson Jr.. of the 81 sliKMils plan to sp;ud most of Uk-lr vacation liere. Tncse who l:ave ix-en av>riy are-' Arkansas Stale college, .Jones-1 bora. }>rcston Raniey. Martha Rob-' Inson, R. A. Nelson Jr.. Mary Cum-. mlii7s, M-.irlon Miln"r, Mary Grnc"! HIM. Hoberl Mi-Halles'. charline Holiiiran. Hnracp Somji?. Phillip, Kasby. Stanley Atchis'ui, Jnlm Pa°e Walton. University of Arkansas. Fayclte-' vlllo: Clmlns Joseph, jack f'inlcy Robinson, fioa < l):irii"s, Jinimie I/-? Ur^oVs. Benny Fendlc-r. University ,-.t Alabama, Tuscaloosn: .Mmmie Tiplin, J. T. Sililbnry. •SfiiiUiwp.sU-rn University. .\u>m- Usrcy jr.. Clara lyiuke Wilson Society — Personal PAGE THBEE Baptist hosjMial in Mempiils Sat- iird»y, relumed houw Wednesdiy. John Enochs sr., who U being treated for arthritis nt tlie sonic has- j liltal, is much improved. I Blslner Ueall, a graduate of the i Utilrerslty of .Arkansas, arrived home Tuesday to spend tlie summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.I r. Deal!. En ro'.itp home Ills broth-1 or. Charles. stopjK-d "II at nt.ck [or a fc-,v days visit. .1. llrynn .lohnstin ol' l.illli- Is the gin-.;! tills «M-k nl Mi- Mrs. I:.! UenHinM. fM.VTlTF,VTLLE in \V.M\S AGO Baptist Unions Of Six Districts Moot This .Month I lh» flrt tl ibc o( some of the members with the holding of dlreclorslilps by officers of tlie union. A resolution WM adopted thai no member should i.uKl more than one ullli-e. iiiul thH ft.i.i (o'.loweil by I'livtUiu o( new tif- llevis. This ai'lIon wa.s dialli'iigrd Tim six districts ot ll:e DaptlstUt the linn- on lhi> Ki-onml). tlini Young People's Union In Arkansas ;some ol RIO.V partli-ipaln , Satin-da) 1 . Jinn- Stie iiiui Vandr-rbilt univpr.sity. Nasbvlllp: Allierl Tavlor, BPly Lawslio. University of Mississippi, Oxford: Hnth Eleanor Tucker. Kalhryn Denton, Sura Nimn. Adelt- LUIIB- Ston. cliarles Emerson Hall. University of Tennessee Sclmal (if Medicine, .Memphis: Tom Ma- hiiii. Frank Uicketl. The Mf-t.!iodLst Woman's Missionary, .society met Tlnii-sdny at til.- home of Mrs. Roy Waters. Mrs Kva Kerliti yave tlu- Bible study hospital >.:m-p Mrs. Wiitera was rlecled secivlary to fill the iincxplred term of Mrs Carl Bird, who resigned. Mr.s. H. M. Leu'is, accompanied by her daiif-itcr. Anna Martin, lelt Monday for Conway. where they will \'[slt Mr.s. l.owis' parents, Rev. nnd Mrs. W. T. Martin. They will be cone six weeks and will also visit In Little Rock an:! Pine Bluff. MIIK-.S. W. P. Wilson. John Caiish- Icy. Oscar Bi'.rksdale. Curtis Prc-r- i man utitl II. A. liovco altended tlv. 1 '" Unlvl ' rsll > F . Sl - I' 1111 - 1 *: ' BaplLsl Woman's Missionary Union ,. ! * 11 e' 1 Jr. conlc-rciice in Marianna Tut-.Ktay. University of Tennessee. K nox-1 M,-. ,,nd Mrs. «. E. u-e Wil.vm , % A. Cn , Cr(ll;; - Marl '>" Cmley, !jr. left Wednesday night for week's visit in New York city. Miss Mai-gory Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. O. M. Hill, has rr- tinned from Conway. whnu sti W.\. ]•;. I-:. AI,'-Mindi-i. [-andlilalv lor i In- Miiii' hi;l.-l.iiine. tiKliiy pit Ix 1 - I'linl ihi- iiiuvi lo sfcnre fur MLs- r iv:in'i| i-uuniv ;, siiii,, niinnal srhr^l. "I urn In'iiriily In favor of bulld- 'ir,- Ihe ii'-yt st:ii,. nm'infil scho>)l In -••••• - •iloi MLss Oecrsii nina. 1Q. of imiBS ' "'' v City. Ma., (ih'd ,u ihn niytlipvllle !"''' hospital yp.st"i-d : ii- of i-o:n;i!lr.,(ions j 'I ivsiilllna ii-iiiu t -;-,l:ii.s. "I annual i-onvi-i)tU>ns Miss Georgia Ring of | Bragg City Dies Here Will AlfVi,,1,1,1 -,' 1)V :i i county." said Seii- liKiuv when Inli-r- *iiilH > r (if tin- Conr- MissLssippl Synodical Colleso, Holly Springs: lals Hno|x?r. Jc-aiuie Harrison. Jpan Dlllahimly. . Sontlwusl, Missouri '1'cacliers college. Cape Clrardean; Mary Alice Taylor, Mildred Moore lauhe Dobyns. Martha U-c Hull. Lindenwood CDllcse. St. Charles: I'effSy McKrcl. Margaret Keck. JToly Angeli Academy. Jonesboro: Mildred Edwards. Marilyn Brewer, Thelma Jarboe, Rita Bombolaskl. Mildred U* Norman. Lily Alien Martin. Untile Moore, TMmn pox. St. John's College, Little Rock: J. B. dune Jr.. Louis Stemac. altended Central coll Engonc Maxwell, student a'. Tu- ]>elo Military academy, will S|>end the summer montlis willi hi.s mother. Mrs. Anne Maxwell. Rev. H. M. I-ewis. pastor ol the Methodist chnrtli. went to Conway yesterday to leacli a course in the s'.andard training school. Dr. N. B. Ellis attended a inedi- <M! mcelina at Qicefto Tussdai night. | Miss Mary Symoruls. who teach Mrs. W. C. Smith was culled to; wo ri r „[ Tomiiio Sunday by the illness ol her sister and brother-in-law, who are snfferin;; from doubli: pneumonia. Mr. and Mr:.. J. M. Iliiym-.s, Mr. nd Mrs. li. I.. Holmes. Mr. ;md Mrs. Austin iilu-ndi'd Ihe pjvarii- eis cimlVivni-i- in l.f-iiclivilli- Mun- iiny. i I!i-v. :ind Mis. W. K. MliKlli'.s 01 j Ashpurt. Teiin . s]x-nl Saturday i nil!hl In the J. A. liiiynes home. | Mr. nnd Mr.s. Wi.-.sli-y Sta|]|ii|;.s ; - "i In;- i>l Ih i'- P.lyllu-villi' (.'nmprr.ss .IIMII- was held IMday In the i i.f Ally. n. A. Onni tt. I,. Taylor, ol Mempl •Kirts showed gross !,, l '"' ' 00 for Ihe year. R. I Ulaylock '-. Tuvlnr. T. -,|. Mallan. A. M. ".int. Mas Meyers. P, I'. Molt,. A. lleillK nnd 0. A. Ciinn!ni;l)ftm wen- rivlicti-d directors. Mr. Tuy- 'or w:is reelieli'd president, and iiiiinuiii-;-. willi Mr. llrtlR vlce-pre.s- Idi-ni unl Mr. Cunningham (j't-ro- hold II: i month when thousands of iiri men anil women of tlu- Map- cliinx-.i will i;aUier. uiruiillnij i ]'.- l-'rleiid ill tills i-lly. slule lni'sklent. \\lu> h:is i-oin|il,.ti-ii ml:i r.'i-lllelll.s for ;i|| unvlln '..s. Tin- llr.-.i ui Hi."i- H|]| | n - lii-ld ill i'-.ilM'i-. .Inn,. Ifi and 15. wlH-n Hie .••'illheasl dlsllii'l wltll MISj li-jilia ^iilllniii nt M..n!uv'.lo us presidcnl. wil! ronvi'lle Two districts will !:i<vi June ITi niiii 10. Alton n:..«.-k. ol Nurlli :>:i-sLdi- O\l-l' II H;i-tllH III Little Ilil.-k :lllll lllsll'ii-l ] (lll ,|,,,. nuL i|n;ililli'il In lie pr.'s-.i-il •Ihu. l.l-:i'ANTO, •Liiuiltu: klti'lLi-j lien' and will tiiiUirday Tin- n-.-nt Is lu-iii'.! Ciinuiii|> Kitchen i' Ready Saturday ^JRTF Thursday & Friday Mill. 2*r30, l(l-2:>c ' Nile 7:15, l(l-.')r,c .Ml:. A n» ...... llhlly ! ir. LK<]IL|'. nrrU'Ll l;i- rnmpk-ii-d by lalxir ami i-i]iil]i- lin ni--li,'il In ihv MH:<- uui-h. \vi;i||ii L . iTiilr.il ill-.nii't nlniiluini., a wlll> •'• !> - l''' lll 'i ; l ')! tills i-lly| ., ], emphis,! tlhil '"strict pivsiilrni. i, III m i-r-l :il | ' II. A. n[ I'lMiiM'tt i-mmly ami materials ninl ]DI [uivi- Invn ii oy thi' I'lty ol Li'iuuim. the su|)en Isiim ill Miijui- i Burdctte Child Dies Dinicl n.u-ls, 18-immihs-old son wer<- quests Saturday night of Mr. i ui Mr. :ni<l Mrs. W. V. l):u-ls. dieil Siallini;s parents. Mr. ami Mr.s. J. j at I e fiuhily hnmc In ihc Biinlclte W. StallliiKs. i [-(immunity nl i::iu o'clock tills Hev. W. II'. lliii/he.s, linnipi- pas-i iminiin,' nfli r a lour diivs tllnc.s,s Kir lir-i-c, -dplivi-ii-il ihe j-i'iiiiijii i iris ili-nili iv.i.s attributed lo coin- Sunday inonilng. Mrs. Sapp and her win and dati-jhU'r have innved lir-rc froin Tennr-.ssee. Mr.s. Sapp Is a Mslej - in-law of Mr.s. w. E. Smith. ri-.suUinu from t-olltls " " ul " ^"1"...'. i«-st dKlrlcl, n. w.. I-'aypllcvilU' p:csldi'iil II convene nt r.,yi-iievllli- June ; U nliil 2(1 wltli the | U11 -||, fmii-ni diitrlrl niri'liiii; :ii IhurUon .hiiw |2H ami \>\ w.u'ii Limvncf Din^i-r., '«: lleber Springs; «m preside. Mrs i •drace MosU'y or 'IVxin-kiilia. mesi-I '"in of (hr- smu'iw.si dlslnct. will j ":i->i Ihe mci-liiii! ;il Ti'Vilhinin | -Inii" VI mid 1". Cotuily Workers Union Vole Will Be Challenged ::ah(y of an eleeiiun nt _ dln-Clin.-i u[ the C.Vunity Work- { Ufl'ufl ;l-l-: Ulllim tti'l,- named :,( II me.'t-l ""'•" :!«'.: Monduy will I 1L ' clnilli-nucd on ; I::-' Broiinils thai ihe vote was not WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win ll.ck Pep ... Vi £C , Midicsl HUlliorlll, i DU MJn.S »lii,-l, I.HI >UJ 1,,-nlll.y. , llii ,r,ar I , r ,,„, lulll ABOUT HKR WAS fHONEY, EXCfPT HFR LOVttlNESSI at! !•> i! »iul •l\ l.lin r uil.,, i i ,1 , f " .. , „. „ ....... , ...... ..n ..... IM... IIMl He is survived by Ills pnivuLs an<l no-iliiu-d to insnibers n-bo Iuid puld six brolheis and sisters. Funeral services «-lll be held lo- John Enochs jr.. who iinderwenl u ojwration for ap|X.-ndicitls at tin- How One Wcman Lost 20 Pounds of Fat l.osl Her I'nnnincnt Hips Double Chin, Ciiinvd 1'hysi-^i! Vi({<>r — A Shapely- Mississippi College. Clinton: |es public school music, has return- Frank HiirTnian, Alvln Huffman jr. ltd to her home nt Qiiincy. 111., for Joncsboro Baptist College. Jones-1 the summer )«ro: Milton Graham. MLssLsslppi Slate Teachers Col-! ICBC-. Hattlesburg: Prances Tucker. Soplilc Nea-comta College. New Orleans, Li.: nillh Butt. OeorRla Tech. Atlanta: John Mahan. Randolpli-Mucon Cr^lege, Lyncli- bnrB. Va.: Si!C Butt. Denver Coaservatory of Music Denver, col.: Lillian Briscoc. Arkansas state Teachers College. Conway: Dorothea Rogers. Detroit University, Detroit. Mich.: John D. Halstead. University of Iowa. Iowa City. Prank Field. Kansas City School for Girls, Kansas-City. Mo.: Martha Welch. • Mlssotvi ' School of Osleopathy Kirlc-svUle:' Charles Gadlng. 1 Kanss' 'Junior Coliege, E] Dorado. Kan.: Wilbur Archer. ; Loukiana State College, Balon Roii^e. La.': John Holland. Gull Coast Militarj 1 Academy Gnlfport. Miss.: Charles Lnngston Chicago Art Tiistitiiio, Chicago Charles Tlaniey. University of Illinois, Ciiampaign: Ben Levy Jr. . St. Mary's School. Memphis: IU-L- ty McCntchcn. Bcthany-Penil Sdiool. Bethany Okla.: Iinojene Morgan. -.'; Ouachita College, Arkadclphia, Mines U. L. Farmer and Stella Steel canned beans at tlie clubhouse Monday. Little licllie Lou Hayne.s Is 1m- pioving ,-iflcr two weeks Illness. Miss Irmn lx>n Itayne.s was the ' iinner (jm-st of Miss Helen Smith ! '"iiday. j llinlr dues, ns n'(|uin-[| In- ihr- ,)r- lMlli/ali.-:rr:i COllStltllliliu. /,c-|>!l the lltilun. If you're fat— flisl remove I IK- cati.se. Take one half teaspoonfnl ol 'vRUSCHEN SALTS in a "lass ol v .ol water every morning— In 'i vceks set on tlie rcates and note Vow many potim'-: of fat luiv vanished. Notice nlsn (hat you have g:iim- \i energy— your sfcin Ls clearer— rmi feel younger in body--KRL'- SCHEN will give any fat person i joyous surprise. Get an 85c bolilr of KRU"•:CHEN SALTS f-v m any Iradiilf iriiBglst any«-lwv<> in Aniericn lusls 4 weeks], t! this nrst tattle iwsn't i-oinhue v-.-u this is tlie nslrst. .safest. :ind .snrr-.st way 10 'f-fe faU-yoin- muney uladly re- .'tirncd. Phone 122 Save Safely By Trading at Borum's Highl You Are - - It's "Itoriim's" liecause our dnigs arc pure iiiul I'resli, our prcscfip- tinns nre compoundet! accnrdinp to your dwtor's order to us. We never substitute chciipnr lirnnds nf Pharmaceuticals that have no medicinal value . . . And it has recently hccnmo a wide-known fart that wo have the LOWKST OlICES on everything. day \vi!h llu- liev. j. J. Jones of- i O'llrien. .senet:iry n| lk-lniiii){. nut-i-titeiu will bo nmdc !>..iid lo:iay. ui Myrlle, Miss., at 5 o'clock lliisi The nexl iiici!llii|. ulll :lf ! pnloon - IMiinday. Juno I], ,u 'ih ( . roiirU'.onse. I hf I,. O. MI-.LK Uni!«rtnklii!! enm- at wliii-h lime it Is vsriiTlcd ihe •>;uiy is in-rliarne of funeral aV- 1 oi-'ani/ation's i-huru-r will U' nre- be >our Ln.ly uill Ihkv llr.lt,:ial In, 111 i I ril'hun . •ilatull)- li> mill ,,i,|l, t . II.M.'I M IAN'.S 1-H.I.S . GARY GftANTj a B. P,' SRHDlBEiiG A ford n l P j c I o r 6 Rr-ad Courier News \vnnr. Adfi. .'vnli'd. . l.-fcl Momlay's union ';.'MI of di-watlsfiicllon on Ihe part liijuir iiint iirllalc iKIicnu- li.., DIIAN'S I'll.l.S . . . n., „!,] , 1 !iT, ( , lU '-- COMI-DV - . CAUTOON nil l-.l IKIAN-S l-ll.l.s O ROUND and FIRM and FULLY PACKED that's why you'll find tuckies do not dry out 2">c Mention's ISoratcd Itiby Talc 19c $1 Cardui 79c Hit- Nnrsinj; .'I for Iflc flc Phillips Milk of Magnesia 38c Dr. West's Tooth lirush 3Sc ">(lc I.ilac Hose Hair Oil Helena Ruhsnslcin Face Pow Route. Value Roth for 51 SI 1 Helena Rnhcnsteiti Pa;tpiiri2«l Fare ('want SI lUaiily drains SI C Value S? Both for 1 1'almolive Soap !0 Bars 39c 25c Black I) ranch t - - 19c 2 for 35c SI. 35 l.ydia I'inkhjim Com. 99c New Micromatic ' Host Proof flcm Razor With Illarics 25c an<- S;ti Hepatira 19c Mance ('tiro Tor the Human Scalp 48c FOR SATURDAY ONLY Wonderful Tobacco Special — 3 Cans Prince Albert. 3 Can Limit 28c 4 'Y\ E CKIES use tlie mildest t olxtccoi-for Luckies IIH- only tin.' clean ccnlcr leaves-and these are I lie mildest leaves. They cost more—they taste better. Then science plays its part in nuikini; ilu-.c choice tolwccos truly kind lo ynti r thruat. "It's lo;\stt\l "— lur ihrcwt \iroti-ciion. These mellow, fiiic-l.isltnj; inluicn^ arc cut into Ion", silky, ftill-hoditxl strands nntl fully ji,ifk(<l into every Lucky—so mnmi, so firm, free from loose ends. That's why Luckies "keep in condition"—why you'll find that Luckies do not dry out, ,111 important /ic/iitl to cufiysii/'jkfr. Von see, always in all-wavs — Luckies arc kind to your tliroat. "It's toasted" nre all-ways kind lo yoitr throat Only the Center Leaves-time, are the Mildest Leaves Rite Price I Grocery ft Market l*oi Your Coi r.'rnlf nrr - Rnl Kofinis for l.uriirs & Ot-nts, li-e ('old \\Vilrr I'ouulaln. l->.lr:i' l-irp(r Parkin.? Spacr In lto:ii. I'trt IMiirry - - - I'llOilf Kt loralcil In Ol.l I'oAlDll'l,',- RASPBERRIES Pint ........ 5c; Crate .... $1.10 Swans Down , CAKI'I Ki, 01 111, 1AC ..... JU.V Rex Jelly 2 i/i round ire lint-lids ..... Picnic Hams '-ss, Cv\n. Ifll |,l».. LL'l We Grind It for OCC Yon. 2 Uis. ... 03 In ('nllon .lilies imi-i.ii. si K. C. STEAKS Itoitiul or l.nin, I'niiinl PURE I.ABD i-i.i). ojrc K-I.II. <?rc Curl. OJ Carl. 03 Old Trail Flour I'liiiii or Solf RisinK 2-1 - 1. h. Suck - - « seel. 1,1). 2 rnvr:RS i' 1 "" QQC Fill Dressed. IhOD . Fresh Eggs j I'riim the (Nmnlry 1CC"1 I'riim the (Nmnlry I)o/en ...... Spare Or K. C. Hriskcl DIG 1 Pound 02 CreamMeal In I'iipcr Iliigs Ol 10 I'nunds - - - - LiL Wheat Bran A 1'inc Ito 100-1.1). Sack - - Sitfjar Cured BACON Chunk IftC Side ICC Mi. 1U l.h. 13 New Potatoes .Mod. Size. Clean <)1C 10 Pounds - - - - Li Slcrlinj; Cane Sugar Hnv livforc Tax (Joes On 10 Mis. J7c S:irl< •_--_- - - $1.60 Bulk Lard I'uro OC Cnni|M)iinil nC, '-'• 0 i,|,. j TEA ''••mnicl. Union or O1C Onpva. i/, Ih. Ti«s ul • liouliier Roasts Kerf or Pork, 1110 -Inwls /J1C Sides 11 !•>'. »i> l.h. 11 Pickled Piss Feet Rath's. 16-oz, Clays ,Tnr ROBUST FI.OUR, OAC 2-l-T.h. Sack. , ........ . .. ._.

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