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.)';: COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 1&, 1036 "i~ A j L^OI Social Calendar ' meeting ' First Baptist church, 4 P>~ M. Bible study, Church of Christ, meeting with, Mrs. Howard Gill, 3-39 P. Mt Mrs. E D. Ferguson ents'lnln- ing lor hoi daughter, Mvs Hot/sit Smart, 3 JO P. M Bits of News Mostly Personal 'S, EVENTS Woman's , Missionary, society, Fijsl Cliwpht 'of the Nnzare'iie, meeting', at church. k , H»yc Merllnf. Circles 1, 2 and 3 o( lhe Woman's Auxiliary oC tile First Presbyterian church had brief business meetings a'nd ' Bible studies Monday afternoon, at the church, before lhi( w,omen lycnl together tor an auxiliary meeting. Mrs. 'G. "w. plllrihunly 'nad Ihe devotional and Mrs. Fred Sandefur xas leider of the progiam on ' M)' Prestntery and Synod" in which all naire. ' took part In a question- SfowenC-EddS. ' Mr. ^ 'Mis. C. E 1-Xkls have announced th5 : -mar,rlasu of thcl daughter, Marjv.Evc-lyn, lo Don Blowers, of Little' Rock, 5011 ol Mr. and Mrsl.'U 0, Slowcrs of thn.1 city. '• The. 'wedding occurred May 23rd at" Searcy. The'' tif'de. who Is n pndualc ' Mis, B. V, Klgcr returned yesterday after 10 days visit , in Jutirce. Mexico, nnd El Pns«v Texas', visiting ".her sister, Mrs. R. K. Shaw, and also the TC,\S!> Centennial In Dallas. Mrs. T. J, Malinn lias returned from Helena, where she was Hie giicst of Mr, anil Mis. W. B, Timncr for a week. Her son, 'John, motored over- Tor her. .Miss Mai-y Smith, of Lcachyllle, is a patient hi the Memphis iJiipUsl hospital. Mrs. Ruth Crawford spent Sun- jay in Gideon, Mo. H, L. Jones, of PorlaBCvlllc, Mo,, was admitted to the Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday. Mis. Sam Florninn, her daughter, Robeilti, and son, IJoyd, returned Inst ntglit from a seven weeks visit In tqs Angeles, Sail Uicgo and San Francisco, Calif. While lucre they look a number of side trips ; Into . Mexico aim oilier points, of Interest'and Roberta' studied .' In 'n'. Hollywood School of Dancing. They were entertained at,"a' number of iif- Miss Rulh | Goldberg's; Engagement Announced OSCKOL.A, Ark. — Mrs. Rose Goldberg lias announced the cn- Kttgentcnl and approaching' marriage ol her daughter, Until, to Julius wlgdor of Charleston, Mo. The wedding will l» solcmnlMd Sunday, August 23, lit live o'clock nl tho 'D'mil Aiioonn Temple In St. Louis with Ihe pastor, Rabbi llnlpcm, officiating In the pres cncc of Ihe family nnd few close friends. Tlic bride is a graduate of Osceola high school and Mrs. V. J. Andre's secretarial school and lins been .employed , at the law offices of GJa.(llsh and.. Young. After a Initial tour lo Chlc.igo nd South Haven, Mich., tl« onng couple will be at li*nie° ii Charleston, Mo., where Mr. .Wig lor Is in business. Among those ,',ho will attend Ihe ceremony an Mrs, Rosa Goldberg, i.TInr,warg Mr. and Sirs. L, K, 'Harwiir'g, o Osceoln, and Mrs. Milton Stern icie, of UlyllicvlllB. of Ihe Little' Hock lileli sciiool recently, 'moved hgrc vstth Her family fropi 'that city. [The I brtaegrooui rcceHiSd hti later education, at, Little Rod: Junior ' college. He and .his bride are now at home in Little Rock * * • Maty .Emily Armsti;ovii: \Viii Wed F. B, Tudle. Mr. and Mrs Jninci. WlUiui Armstrong, of Joncsboio, have announced Ihe engagement ol their SQungcr, dn.ugh.tci, MiUJ Emily, to Frederic^ Burton T,ull|te, of New 'Haven;- Conn; ; The. -wedding will be solemnized, in the early fall * The bride-elect i^aduateil from Arkansas Btnte college at Jon?.* bo'ro, where; she. \\iis oulslanillrg In'-' campus HfTalrs, ' and later attended, Uie Unhei-blts of Michigan. and Geofgq Peabody college, NnElullle, Teiin the has taught nt Arkansas Stale and ' Vliss l,a Vacln Boyce Bride.of Artriur Nelson last ye flr a ' niember of tie ciiy school faculty here. Mr. 'Tuttle, who Is n member .of .the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, received his A. B degree trom Yale University and did graduate v>oik nt the University of ijiel.lgan, University of Soulhcr'i California and George Pe.abcdy (ollege He Is now taking his PI; D decree at Yale wh»i; he has :b(_en a .member .of the .var- sit> track leani lor three jean lie is a protessoi at Hillhcusc; ~ schqol In N«i Ha\en * * * Has Birthdir Party , A matinee party one! picnic entertained the U who ,wcre Bobbie Ann Pun Is' guests jesteiday afternoon in honor of her 12th birth anniversary. After the girls had seen Warner- Baxter and Myrnu Lpy In "To Mary, With Love" at the Rltz theater, they had a picnic in her yard. She was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Christine Purvis. «, - i , Picnic Given w ~ *~ 1T|' 'Members of Mrs. M. C. Outlaw's .Sunday School class of the First Baptist'church had an outing this morning at Walker park .The: -11 present Included tho nine-year old boys who arc members : and two guests, Joseph Cal- lawayi? of Arkadelphia, guest of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Wyllo, and Don Smart. After" a swim, a picnic was served • ! i fairs -by relatives nnd trlcmte while lii Los Aiigcles and Sail Francisco. Mrs. I'.M. Caidwel.l. of Caruth- ersviile, was •'-. admitted, to 'the Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday. -i'.' 1 .'. •.-•. -i Mrs. Randolph Parks nnd' Iie'i niece, Dorothy Crawford, ore h Cape Glrnrdcnu for a week nt guesls of Mr. anil Mrs. Frnn! dinith, '' ' ; ,' ') i Oitcll Morse, of Osceola, Is a the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose am ini'oiU hospital. Mrs., Fred ChlUl und children arc visiting In Louisville, Ky., for i week, Thui'fiinn Atkins, who has been undergoing treatment nt liie Memphis, Veterans hospital for cvvo. weeks, -was operated, on today. Mrs. Atkins went down to be with. him. Mr. and . Mrs. Rllcy D. Jones went lo,Hardy today.for u week's vncntlon. Mrs. George M. Hunt underwent, an ; operation yesterday at the Memphis ii< Baptist .hospital. .'Mr. Hunt, who went down yesterday, has returned, home. H«r condition is very good. Sam Flovman, accompanied by his brother, Jnck Flprmnn of Humboll, Term., nnrt Mrs. Florman's brothers, Louie und Davt Sllverblnlt o! Trenton, Tcrni., let! last night for St. Louis on a buying trip; They vrtll vcturn Sunday, •Marcus' Evrnrd will attend to business: r ln pnragould •and in Datcsvillc Thursday. ; Miss Jessie Miller returned yesterday (roiu Slkcston, Mo., where she spent three wceXs with 'nc-i sister, Mrs. R. D. Calvin, ami Mr Cnlvln. Miss Bliznbslh Edwards returnee yesterday from a visit in Tnllula.li La., with her sister, Mrs. Join O'Slica, and Mr. o'&'nca, wlio ac companicd her home. Tlicy wil spend two weeks wil'n Mrs. O'Slien' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Ed wards. Mrs. F. B, Jpyner and childrei will arrive tonight from Okcmnl Oklai, w'here they have been guest of Mrs. Joyner's parents since Jill I. Sara Grace, who has been I from double pneumonia, has re covered Mtss Gwendolyn Fisher went I Memphis yesterday where she ei rolled in the training school of t'n Methodist hospital for n three year course. Her mother, Mrs. J. i Fisher, nnd son, Virgil, accompanied her down. J. H. Elkins nnd Herman Cross arc in J.ouesboro today for the (u OECTOLA. Ark, — A wcddln tlin.l came as a surprise to tl friends of tho bride' in • Wilso nnd Osccola wns tlmt of Mi: LnVndn Boycc of Wilson lo AI Ihur Nelson of Mountain Horn Ark. The ceremony WIIE pci'loimcd Little Hock tnst Saturday nig by (lie Rev. W. R. Vcslnl, past of the llnpllst church nl nccto while all (ho group were n tciKlii-,1 Ihc SoiHIuvlilc bund • School Clinic in session nt LIU Rock. . The bride, is Uie only (huighl f Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boycc Vital, nnd iv popular mcmb f (ho social set of Wilson a he lower end ot Ihc comity. S its chosen us queciiiof Ihe 'Cc ennlul celebration at Wilson Ii Iny nnd whs n nihld ot, "honor, Osceola Society — Personal ast nigbt for, a visit, to Mr. , arid (Jr«. H. G. Parrlsh in Knoxvlllc, feiin., aUer which she will ;: A combined service 'of ^1.1 churclics In' town was held at, to Jrcvard, N, C. for a visit and' rc- ,Wn honie with her brother, Mallpry Hanveli, who is a senior counselor" at "camp' Sapiililre, John Kelser and Miss Catherine F ET your first fall ensemble be " a' knitted suit. 'This- smar,t model, of nubbly wool in a Per« ,, . - - . sian knot knit, comes in the new n the Osceoln ' celebration, sh'oj red earth color. - The skirt is trim llcndcd Wilson high school I and. straight and the jacket, fitted, Mr. Nelson, 'who recently con- at the waistline, is finished-with, ludcd tho music revival .four pockets, U Wilson, Is n gifted musician,' emerald'"green.:wool scarf.;;-' "u n graduate of Mountain Home :olloge and ol Southwestern Bnp- ist Theological Seminary nt Port' Worth. Texas. ' ' • '•' He was choir director and. educational director lor Ihe First; Baptist church. St. Joseph. Mo., or the past five years, nnd hn: been recently elected lo n similar position wllli HID Beech Street Baptist church, Te.xnrr knnn. where they will probably uafce their home. Gosnell School News The O. P. H. C., which ' organized by flic seventh . eighth grades, held new- elections with these results: George Bum) committee on book case; Rayinpm Ccok. commitlea on floor; Clic-s tcr Reynolds, cotnmiltcc on. blackboard; Virginia Cook, secretary. Members of the "Gosnell Pub lie Health Club" entertained ether • students \wilh a prpuram "Tli.C Newlyweds." Friday^ Chnr- actcrr. were: Virginia Cook, Margie Gann, .Virginia \Vadlcy. Dorothy Maxwell, 'Imogens Moody. Rcbbic Bcvlll,,. Margie ilevill, and King Powe.ll Meetings ' will li>> hei<l every Friday afterncoii. ht..' Music was furnished; by Darnell'' Wilson Uihri 1 Wil.wn 1 Sanders, ol Tyler. Mo; - ' Little F. E. Harris, who, has been ill with malarial 'fever, is slowly iinproving. Tom Caraway has returned frqin. Hql Springs, where Jie^spi'nV several weeks..' , Mrs. Josifi Ray niid two chll-; d.rcn. of Half Hldon, spent Thurs-. (lay night and Friday 1 with Mrs, Paul Collins. Gladys Smith, of Caruthersviile, Is jvi.slting ]ier mother. Mrs. Harr.y. Smith, and family. .' Clea.tus Tujdjpr, Merlin Hawk, May, Paulino a,nd, .Worene Scptt, of Wilson, spent 'Saturday iilght wltli Arch Mask and family.. Billy Ecolt of \Vlls.ou 'sp Sa,turtlay night with. E. H. Col- Htiml.lton and baby, of :ins. Jessie Huffman News Mrs. Billic Ray and Copeiaud were admitted Samuel to tho .Daughter Born. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynn Hamby announce the birth of a dnugh- ler, Nancy Jo, Sunday afternoon at the Blythevlllc .hospital. Mr. and -vMrs. Hainby, ''who -'-formerly lived, .here, now reside- at Walnut Ridge';' Mra, Hamby was Miss Dewey Hamner" before her marriage. Blythevllle hospital lasl week for lealinent. Mrs. J. E. Evans has gone to Uarie, Ark., for'- n visit with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Bled- Born. A daughter was born yesterday to Mr.- and Mrs. w. D. Godwin, of Armerel, at the Bljtheville hospital,- The baby, who has noi "tsen named, weighed sc\cn and .;three iouilhs pounds, *'.,?' * Sen .Bern. A son was born Tuesday, August liUi, at the Bljtheville hospital, to Mr. and Mrs H G. Delaney, of Osceola. The baby weighed four and three fourths neral ot David Floyd Elliott, post- office Inspector. \y'ho died at Ills home in Jouesuoro yesterday nttcr a monlli's illness. W. H. L'JR'is antl, \V. T. Packwood spent the weekend In Lltllp Rock before Mr. Packwood left yesterciay for Shrevcport, Lx, wtcro" he Is to be employed. Ht was. a member of the city hl^h sc'noDl faculty last year. Mrs. Fay Molt, Mrs. J. E. Forrell and daughter. Anne, and Mr and Mrs. Charlss Elkins and daughter, Snra. Bassstt, were Maniia Youth Dies' Funeral services. were held ses- terd&y at Manila ' lor Herbert George, is, son oC Mrs SaUie Otorge, *ho died. Sunday aJler- r.oon at 4 o'clock after v,eeks Illness ol pneumonia. four The Rev. Lewis, Scott officiated '' »t, the. .and Snt v rmeiit ' v,as made nt Manila cemetery.' The Moss Funeral "Service 'was hi charge ij5f funeraU t 'Brrangcmerits. '- Shakespeare's Aisled o! ?,i,000 words,. times that of the averni .o£ , . averagfc person , guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elkins Sunday nlgM, bringing Jir. Elkins home after he 'had besn vislling them for a short time. Raymond Bradley, formerly of here ana now ol Llltle Rock Is the guest of J. w. Shouss. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Osborno had as their guesW Sunday, Mr and Bruce Colbert, of Osceola. Mis. Hel:tt Talc lea todas lor her lionie in Flint. Midi' after spending three weeks win her motlier, Mrs. Joo Tanner. Mrs. Jessce atitl will arrivi home Thursday night -or Kridii' mulling from Seattle. Wash' \\;licre , she attended Ihe fuiiera of: Rep. .Marlon A. Zioncheck. He sister, Mrs. Zioncheck, will ar rive later lor a visit wllli Mr and Mrs. Stitt al the Hole Noble. -...-•• .Mr.- and Mrs.. Charles' Crlggc jr., and son, Chorles, will go lo jVIcrnpliIs, Wednesday where char- Its; will undergo an opcnf-ton at Campbell's Clinic. The opera- lion- will be to lengthen a Icad- ci l_n his neck, which was lorn at Lirlh. He will be there for two weeks. lississipyi, ar.e visiting - relatives ?rc. . " '• "• '•': K.attp James lips, returned from visit in Mississippi; Burglar Outwitted ^By Ale'iti Twi Driver TOLEDO (UP) ^George. Slraw, 1. n laxi driver who''-ispiies to a alrolman's badge, saw-a man cul . hole • in a jewelry store display •Indovv. nil his pockets with loil wd hurry away.. . . - ' Shaw drew. alongside : and - said: "Tnxi, sir?" .'."•.'•••' The man stepped-In,, and Shaw slivered him -to,, n patrolman ai. he next corner. Mr. drove Mrs. Floyd to Gales, Temi., Greene Sunday 'or ii visit wllh reliitlves. They returned Monday, accompanied bj Johnnie Lee mid Mrs. William lish and children, Mary Alice Florence and Richard, of Gales Mrs. English Is a sister of Mr Greene. Mr. and Mis. H. V. Sewcll, of Campbell. Mo., were here Sunday. Johnnie Webb, who Is employed at Carullipi-svillc, spent the week end here. Mr. and Mis. Jolmnie Webh Mrs. Pearl Hcnson. Miss Florenc Stokes nnd Paul and Richarc Greene motored to Ashport Fcrr; Sunday afternoon. Number Nine News Mr. and Mrs, Homer King (in family, of Yarbro. spent aunda with Mr. and Mrs. Dob Stoval The Home Demonstration clii save a social last Thiirsda. , MALARIA t CHILLS FEVER i , Alexander's Iron Tonic An Appciizot and General ' Tonic for People Who Ai« Weak ind Rundown. Sold by ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS the Christian church, Suridij night in Special compliment to Urn new paslor, the. Rev, Louis A. S.iumlcrs, 'of Wlnston-Salcrn N. C., who liCBlne tlia this week. lie is a graduate of MilliBai cbl.les'c,. Johi.isqiJ's Bible, collesi nnd holds degrees ,"(rom Duki and Vnndorbllt yii.iversltles. ,' He comes lo Osccola-'from ih churches nt .Dover and, Bcllvlew, Trim. , .-:'.' The- Rev. Mr. Saundcrs, who. If uni.narrled,'is- Hvhig :wltlj Mr,, nnd Mrs; Joe Ydung, .'*'*•.'•.* •'. '•' •! ' • Mrs. vv. E. Hunt visited her sister, Mrs, O. . R. Ttio'mas,- i(t Eiidora, Miss,, over the week-end. Wnrner nijlavd. is. visiting rei- allvcs In Birmingham, Ala., week. . Lymiiii Shcddiin suslnlned paln- lul cuts nntl. brnjscs ;in a fall tits home last Wednesday wj a rocking cha^i' i)r,olce, thrpwlng him backwaril Into a glass ot n bookcase. Several stitcher \ycre (Akeu in his left.arir \l-as- i;nt into splints... He is getting along well.' Rev. T. S. Cannon, Prhci freight clerk, and .his wife lia'v gone to A(t\'ance, Mo., for a t^i <!a:^', vac^loi). EJglri, Btau.slnj of Cliaffce, Mo.,.-Is-noting T lief clerk hv his i\bsence. Miss Go'.'.ildlne IJston, oiTIc deputy in Vbo sheriffs office, ha npne to Hot Springs for a tw weeks, vacaliQv. Hale JFicKspn is n business vis Hpr in IjilVlo Rock this week, Mr. and Ivfrs. Lelnnan, WIHI.air anil Mrs. Lee Williams and so returned Sunday from a week trip to Ilnidy. ; .' Miss Niioin.i Nfays of Dexlt- Mo.. wns liie guest of Chnie York . Sunday. :: J. \v. McClcndon .spent Sunda with ills wife, who, is the gue; cl her parents, : In Memphis. Mis; W. P. Hale has • gone fi an extended'-visit", with her si ter. Mis. H. Cowserl, nt God( inn.n, ;MISS., .in, the hope of gainiiig . strength • after sever months of: continued ill health. Mrs. L. H:i Davis of Wilso Is visaing, relatives at Mountain Home tills;,' «*ifc. >' , \ i, • ,; .,.' i . > Jinimie Buhii^.an,aviation^.^n-i lliusiast ';, whb" r -spijids' • l;much • <M ills spare .'iune.Ocdns.t'rucJt'inj : *alrj plane models, attended '' the' -Jun^. tor Aviation contest in Memphis Saturday. ;.:Mlss Jciinlo'nilph., mhil order clerk, Is spending 'her vacation at Rock-Away Beach, near Branson, Mo. .''Mi;, and Mrs. Everett Reed and son, 'Billip, stwnt the w.eek r end in Pitfeboro,. Miss., where "they attended, n family reunion, honoring the sixty-fourth'birthday pi Mr. Reed's father, Vf. J. -Reed. Miss bharkic Reed returned with them for an cxlendect -visit with her brother and family. • • 'Clarence Orlgsby and his motb,- er, Mrs. William Stewart left Sunday, for n week's visit at Marshall, 'Ark. -Mrs. Grlgsby, who has spent the 'summer with her parents there, will return with them. The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Cole had,. a?;. their guests, Sjinday and M.poday, their cousins,. : Mr. . arid Mrs. Arthur Ballanl and children, Arthur 'Jr. and Laura .NcU, of Maeoii, 111. They are on a vacation.'trip, to ^!ew. Orleans, Dallas oiid ^Cansas City.' , Jane Wcayicrsby was hosl- ?chpls, of Dycss have gone to Moiittaglp, Teiin., for a stay of two weeki nl Camp unaka. Spenpe Wllllanis and Mrs. We Williams and son are the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. James Ozee In Ohaffee, Mo,, this week. S, D, Carpenter, district farm demonstration agent, and Lloyd A. phpnnu, stnte. Dpifgr.mii.ncc-. sui>: ervlsor, \ylll be in the county this Week and .hold conference witli 'lunty : . : leaders -at Blythevilfe MrsUr^y. morning,--and at Osceoln Iiur.sday nfternoon.' 'tfe.'- P^lbi'tStifliV 4w.ilt.ai.-y held 17 Negro Fanners Of Coimly Attend ,4-State Coufcrciict Seventeen negro farmers, representing ten Mississippi county communities, returned Friday from a four-day trip to Prairie View, Te.v, where they altendcd a conference of negro farmers of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas, which was addressed bj Cully A. Cobb, AAA chief for Ihe southern division, and oilier agricultural leaders. Tho Mississippi county delegation, had the unofficial honor of having Die largest delegation al and Steamer "J. S'" Coming to Caruthersviile Soon Heading southward on her long fall cruise to New Ovlvnns, the big siJcwhcel steamer "J. 3.". traveling member of Ihe Qlrcck- fus exclusion licet, will stop at Caruthersviile en Tuesday, August 25 for a moonlight excursion. , Piron's widely known "Dixie Cottcn Pickers," popular rhythm- makers from one end of the Mississippi lo the oilier, will remain ubcard Uie "J. S." on it> dc'ivn-nvci 1 crui.U'. rei-jiroot County Pest 38, Amsr- ican 1-celon, Is '.sponsoring the excursion. The ste;uni>r will leave the conference and of traveling Cnniihcrsvillo 'al 8:M P. M. t\it\ nrnalncl rH^lniifA tf\ nttnml it ' the greatest distance to attend it. Those .making the trip were John Jones, Oridcr; Dock Nelter- Old t'apilol Is Museum I-TLLMOKE, Utah (UP)—Utah's ville and W. C. 'IVamble, Holl; thei'llle; Ollle Cubic, June Whit addo Valley Academy' w.as 415- u«cd by Mrs. George Edringt«ii. VJrs, R, A. Cwnier, sr., of,-"ilnlqii- wn, Ala., was a, visitor. Dr. and mis.' N. B."Ellis of Wil- pu left Sa,luvda.y, for « two weeks acation In Florida. PuddUs to Va. (UP) revc^ijtlonar.v "puddle process" of road.-bniUlhi'g Is being tested here. The new process was discovered by accident. .While building an airport lancling Held, part of tho flclil becnmo soakecl 'in a rain and would not dry quickly. It was plowed, smoothed 'over, and lelt as hopeless., Two. weeks it was discovered, that this part of tho field, • was : firmest. • am smoplhcst. , A li.ionth 'iater: the section was like a-,concreto lahd- •Ihg •surrnce. - i'ii' 1 '-;-; 1! :' •: ' •' . Road-ljiiilding'5 experts, delighted ; with lli«- resiijt, r arc buikling a four-inilc read in the Fr.cdericks- /burg • Battlefield Park by 'tiie'MiQ* .process. They will use thev'rqac as nn experiment station ~ip 7 .de'- Icrmine how well it "holds up' under frost and"'t£i(c'k; ' ' gers, Blrdsong; M, J. Jackson, Wilson; Louis Glass, Roseland, and Win. S. IBarabin, negro county agent. All farming classes were represented except day hands. On liie conference program, besides-Mr. Cobb, were Miss Nannie Burroughs, of Washington, D. C.; !. A. Miller, Tirsl assistant to Mr. 'obb; Director Williamson of the Texas extension service; T. M. Campbell, field agent; Dr. Rich- irclson, director of religious activi- at Tuskejce Institute; J. P. DavLs, AAA advisor on negro af- "airs, and many others. 666 cheeks MALARIA in 3 days COLDS first clay Liquid, Tablets Headache, 30 Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Kiib-My-Tisiu"— World's Best Mminelit The usual .method {of. laying a ro^d is (n. jiu^ -dpiyirt' (a, ;'(ica,vy". bet of ;gr ; a\cl^ Ilieii'' c6ai,ing.vit. with i ton. dccssing of oil/ tar and as- VilvollO ;'.' •:';:."• •:.--. "., ..'; ;"' '- ' -,-.,„.;[lie. •''ptidrile process," a thitilgrayijl base.'is:laid, down. On Up- o't • thl?.'-is 1 •spread, 'a mixture of graycl, sand, asphalt, oil and jvater. ' Then tyo. whole mass is plowed'until'it'is a. sort of thick black--mud. Finally, It Is rolled under a 15-U)ii roller nnd left to .dry. Gradually Ilic mixture Land Owners Get Forestry Aid From U. S. WASHINGTON (UP)—The forest service, U. S. Derailment o! Agi'icultm.e, lo encourage the prsc Hce.of fpiTstrj 1 on privately own ed, laiuis. has established ti divisioi pi-' private forestry, ivml has ap pointed Gera,ld D. cook head 'of the division. "Cook's duties: will include studies. ,learting toward Ihe es'tnblisli- ment .of • public - and private pcr- rnahent-yielrt forests, and Ihej operation ot llhiberlands on a more stable : business' basir. His division . will'mainUin contacts to' encourage better forest practice for rehabilitation of private tim- herlands and ' maintenance of their productivity. As a part of the plan for sustaining, forest and community values, permanent wood-using industries, and payrolls, tile division also will assist timber lopfrr'ators with extensive management, plans nnd prepare information for guidance of' existing and new indus- LQOK WHAT HAPPENED WHEM I ADVISED HIMToTlE me BRICK.TO MILLIE'S TAIL tO KEEP VT FROM SWISI-11MO HIM— HAW! MILK FROM 7, CRAY'S DAfRY / '/^ 5URF. BEVei.OPES CUE'S \ SEiflSE OP HUMOR ^ HAW HAW.'/ AND ITS A LUCKY HlN6lTDEVELO THEMUSUES1N hnr'dens until it looks like blacklWes dependent upon a permanent concrete, Engineers building," the new road, telieve that It will be impossibic for. water to soak, through the fopt-.tiilck; "puddled" mixture, and (hat there will be no damage 'from freezing. Tho Soviet Union plans to bnlid he world's largest copper-producing plajit, in eastern Slbeiin. ess' tjO. iicr'bfIdge club, and a table of arWitional guests al her home oij Lee St. Saturday night. First and second, prices were won by Miss Mary Margaret McElvain 'and'Mrs. Cr. L. Waddell. Misses Marjorie 'and Ella Margaret Doyle, 'and .Gene WlUlams accompanied the former's guest Miss Ethel Gene Rcj-nolds, to Memphis last nighl to take the train lor her home In Pittsburgh Fn. '•••''. "'•';•' Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hodges lefl Saturday for n two weeks trip to Brevard, N. C. where their son Sam, is a counselor nt Camp Sapphire. Miss Catherine Harwell lef Oregon Trail Gets Repairs in Nebraska -SCOTTSBLUFP, Neb. (UP)— A pavt of the. Oregon Trail, n main artery of traffic 'in - the westward march of an empire before the coming of the railroads to the West, is being restored in Nebraska,. The WPA nnd two counties in the western part of the state are rebuilding and graving a part 61 the old trail along the south slcls of the North Platte River. Tjie .trail is being-, rebitllt according to specincattons of the liighivay department and will be taken Into lie state highway system. The road will serve chiefly as a tarm-to-niarkcl route for Ihe thickly ' populated -area spiith ol the river. Between 1849 and 1860. yen-s of the, California gold rush, Oregon Trail became the greatest, traveled highway In the country, according to. Dr. A. E. Sheldon director of.the state historical ,;u ciety., ' -. "It was wider and more beater than a city street and hundreds ol thousands passed over It," Sheldon said. Importaut Notice Our stove will be closecj Wednesday and TKursday to. permit us lo remove our slock to our new location, next to the J, C. Penney Stove, 216 West Main Streel; • lu a shovt t.ime oui new home will be en- tively arvanged, and our Formal Opening announced, -however \ve will be open (or business Friday, August 21. We extend a cordial invitation lo every one to come in and inspect ihi.s modern ne\y Rcady-lo-Wear slove. The New York Store supply of forest products regardless of ownership. Get Rid of Malaria! panifh Chills and fever! To conquer Malaria, you must do two things. (1) Destroy the infection in (he blood. (2) Build up Ihc blood to over- corae Ihe effect; anil lo toilify against, further attack. There is one med'icinc that Joes these two things anil lhat is Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic! The tasteless nui- n.inc in Grove's Tiistelcs;. Chill Tonic destroys the malarial infection in the blood while the iron builds up the. blood. Thousands ol people have conquered Malaria with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. In addition lo bring a noted rcm- fdy for Mal.iri.ij it is also an excellent lo.nic of general use. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant to lake and contain, nothing harmful. Even chililrcn like it and they can lake it s.ifcly. For sale by ail chug stores. Now lv;o sizes 50c and SI. The SI size contain 1 ; 2'/ 2 times as much as the SOc size and g'.vcs you 15% mote for your moncv. Keen your bcdy al .., . . . (ii:glc uf cxcifcnient by drinking liNKKGV-rilODUCING. TISSUE- BUILDING CHAIN'S MILK. GRADK A 'i{AW ; SlIIJK : ' " Quarl"...........;. I'i.nt BuUcriuilk, Ql o COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN1 ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BEHNAT" YARN INSTRtotiJriONS FREE Mrs. tcslte Hooper Mrs. A. O. Haley 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 792 HIT NO. 2 LEON BELASCO And His \Voi'ld-Famous Orchestral . Featuring ANDREW SISTERS SMITH HOWARL) OPENING FRIDAY ON TUB GORGEOUS MARINE ROOF HOTEL PEABODY in MEMPHIS ! NEW LOW ROOM RATES From $4 per. .day. double F rc , m 53 per jay single FRANK R. SCHUTT, Vice President fc General Manager TONIGHT IS 5 BANK l.asl week I\Irs. George Bowlten of this city was c.illccl for the SIQC'CO—'She was nut present— Making- HANK DKI'OSIT TONIGHT 5125.00! '. '. —ON THK SCREEN— ?,W SQTHiRN MY A Pofio-o'-nl Picture wilj] FRED STONE Coss,art Grarit Mitchell OJitcUd by HaiaEd Young Nr.vclty Sfiorts anil Fitijatrh-k TravcMnlH in Tecl.micolar—"Rio cle Janeiro—City Btauliful" —Admission— Matinee—10 & aSc—With Ic Tax NigUl—10 &'35c—With Ic Tn\ Weds, - Thurs. 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