The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1989 HJA'TltEVlLLlJ!, (AHK.) COURIER CODKIIiH NliVVS COMl'UMKNTAKV TICKET Tin's Ticket Will Admit Ate Kijtnin;)i:im & Companion IHylhcvillc ~lo (tic— KITK THKATEK —(u sec— "The Harrtys Ktilc Hi6li" Council scheduled foi thai day will begin al 0:30 o'clock Mrs. E. M Terry was in charge of the devotional which wns takei ' 10th clllilci ' of Social Calendar TIIUKSDAY'S EVEN'l'S Mrs. Prank McGregor presenting planb students In recital, high school auditorium, eiglil o'clock. Cro-Tal-Em club meeting wllh Mrs. D:n Sutherland. Mrs. Byron Morse having Tjiurs- day Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting wllh Mrs. Edgar Bcrum. Mrs, C. W. Garrigan entertaining Tluirsdaj' Afternoon club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Iiamscy Duncan presenting piano students in recital, Firsl Methodist church, eight o'clock. Elmwocd Cemetery association meeting 2;30 o'clock with Mrs. B. J*. Potter nl liomo of Mr. and Mrs Eddie U. David. Fidells class, First Baptist church, having picnic al Walker Park, 7:00 p.m. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Colilliou club having dance, 9:0 o'clock, American Legion mil. liayc Business Mcclln» Forty members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Bap- tisl church had n business meeting al the church Mcnday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Bro;ks was in charge of business session and Mrs. Walter Bishop presented the devotional. The devotional was taken from the seventh chapter of Matthew. Prayers were ottered by Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs. W. J. Rrrtgers and Mrs. T. E. Talc, of Artnorcl. a guest, of the group. Mrs. Harry Frilziiis sang a solo, "Lord. Speak to My Soul." She was accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart. Announcement was made of Ihc district meeting lo be held in Paragould Wednesday. June H. * * * Flan 1'iciilc for Momla.v Plans for a picnic lo be given by members of the Woman's Council for the men of (lie First Christian church were made Monday - *.<lll|/n.t Ul ^Ultll H followed a soup; and prayer b\ George w. Patterson, minister of Ihc church, which opened the meeting. I Mrs. McHaney, who was In charge •of the program, was assisted in its presentation- by Mrs. J. j. Brvanl who discussed the "Picutrcs of' Indian Christians," Mrs. James Terry who told of "Practical Christian Service" and Mrs, Russell Barlmm whose subject was "A Community Survey in India." Mrs. c, A. Tatit reported that she and two other members ot the Bertha Fuller division, Mrs. George W. Barlmm aiid Mrs. McHancy, had not missed a meeting this afternoon at a meeting of the mission study group of tile Council at the home of Mrs. John C. McHancy...Mrs. N. B. Slroud .was co-hostess. ' :• ] ,' - •: J The basket- picnic • "which will be at Walkei""Park will replace the regular luncheon meeting «f the year. Roses formed the centerpiece cf the dining table, while sweet peas nnd other garden (lowers were arranged about the McHaneys' recently redecorated home. During the social hour, the hostesses served a sandwich plate with iced tea and cakes to'the 22 members present. • * * Has Cluh l»arly A green, pink and while color scheme was carried out In the decorations for the parly given yesterday a'fteriiKjn by Mrs. V. G. Holland, who entertained members of the Tuesday Contract club auri five guests at her home. Besides the members, guests were: Mrs. Norwood Hedge, Mrs. L. E Baker, Mrs. J. E. Patterson, Mrs James V. Oates and Mrs. Chester Nabers. Bouquets of sweet peas, nasturtiums and rises decorated the entertaining rooins while the color scheme was also emphasized In Ihc floral tallies, the salad plate served al the conclusion of the games, and (he decoralions of the jirlxc pack ages. High sosrc prize among the guests went to Mrs. Oalcs, while Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. B, F. Potter were high and second high among Ihe club members. Low score prize went to Mrs. Patterson. *- • » All C'hd) Members Altend Bridge I'ariy All the members cf the Young Matron's Bridge club were present for the parly given yesterday at- lerncon by Mrs. Dixie Crawford brightly wiorcd llghls added n note of festivity lo (he party. Follcwlng supper, the group harmonized on old spngs lo Ihe accompaniment cf Mr. Jacobs' guitar and (ho piano played by Mrs. John W Edrlngton. * * 9 Tarty Given For Sir. anil Mrs. Hunker Mr. nnd Mrs, Upton Booker, who were married Ihrce Hecks ng J, «'crc complimented at u party and a miscellaneous shower given last hlglil al the Dogwcod Ridge school, The party which was a community affair was arranged by members of the Dogwo:cl Home Demonstration club. Vlfgll Stewart, who plays the 3Ui(ar, and his two daughters, violinists, and Mrs. Bill cnble, ncccr- dtb'nlsl, entertained the guests n-llh several numbers. Miss Baba Stewart danced for the group. After games had been played and square dances had been called, ice cream was served. at her home. Sweet peas -and other summer flowers decorated Hie rooins where bridge was played. Mrs, Jesse Taj'- lor received high score prize. A dessert jcourse : was served a I (he conclusion of the games: t' Members With I'icnii: of the SI. Stephen's Episcopal'church of this city nnd the Calvary Episcopal church ol Osceola were eiiterSalned at a picnic supper. given last nighl at Ihe home cf Mr. and Mrs, F. P. Jacobs al Orider. The affair WHS arranged by Ihc Woman's Auxiliary of the Osceola church. . • : M:rc than 100 members and their visitors attended the picnic which was given on the lawn of the Jacobs hoinc. Red, green and other Mrs. Crigger Named World's Fair Delegate Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr, long active In Ivic nnd community affairs of MIs- Isslppl county, has been deslgnat- d by (he Executive Committee of lie Arkansas Centennial Connnls- lon as an official dclcgnle. from Mississippi county at the Aiknnsas Day ceremonies of Ihe New York World's Fair, Juhc 17. In announcing the selection of Mrs, Crigger, C. E. Palmer, chairman-of the. commission said: "You have been selected because of your known interest in the development of Arkansas and In recognition of your loyalty to our slate." A special train will leave Lltlle Rock June 14 lo lake the official party, headed by Governor and Mrs. Bailey, to New York. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Joyce Gill, Dell, admitted, James Cagle, Braggadocio, dismissed. . Menljihis Kapllsl Hospital Mrs. J. H. Hall, "Osccola, admitted. Mrs. Fielder Pceiy, cily, admitted Mrs. Ulilc. Norred, Holland admitted. .lahics Howard Southern, Stcele, admitted. Memphis iVIelhiidist Hospital Loiiise Parnell, steclc. admitted. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital milled. lilvthcville Hospital Mrs. . Aryie'. Pearson; city, missed. ' • • • , ; ' Scribblcil Will Valid Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Betty Ebcnlt, ,i student ill llondrlx college at Coiuvay, arrived home Monday to .spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gits Eberdl Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ebcrdl and daughters, jmvhita nnd Ethel Mae, and Gus Eberdl • ...... "-• >.«.,^i". ., >»r.-tijii.ii iniiibwuiun iiiacK and Louise Speight, Caruthcrsvillc, ad- daughter, Hetty, -ivchl to Scarcy """ H today lo spend (i few days with G. W. Ps'lc's. h'hcy , plan lo Satiirda'y. '' '" ' > > • (Us- i-clum Satiirda'y. ' Mr. ahrt Mrs. V. G. Holland wlli go lo Memphis tomorrow iiiehl to meet their dniiglilcr, Miss I'Yancc? --- ----- ............. •" nigicr, ss I'Yancc? . GE1TYBURO, Pa. (UP) -The Holland, who Is rel.irnln^ hcme scribbled will found between the from liie University of North Ciu-pages of a ccok took lias been Una at Chapel Hill, she was grarf- ru from the University (.his vetir — J '" "' - - rulctl valid by nn Adams couiity jury. The teslamenl was drawn , „- vv.ui.umuitv n no vii tirt i| i»n. truu .i>11S, >V , Li I iOriiCV rllld by Jacob Heist, who tiled in Jnii- sOh, Jack, will 'spend, the weekend "»•'"•""» •"•'--- -• ' " in Wheatley. and Hot Springs TM will go to Whealley limorrow ami - uary. 1938, and directed that his $1,600 estate be turned over lo his friends, Mr. aiid Mrs. George E. Kemper. Heist's relatives contested the will. Read Courier News waul ads. MY EARS BURN .,.A MLIOH USfffS SAY SO MANY W/Cf 7HIHGS ABOUT mm "I give the ccmveriience of instant hot water day or night , . . because I'm comrjletely automatic and carefree .,, require no attention at all! "I heat without flame. That makes me as safe ... as clean ... as modern as electric light! "A million users say I'm accurate, too, I heat up only the amount of water - you draw off ... waste not a penny's worth of Idw-cosf electric current! "Then they all say I'm good-looking ... dress up kitchen or basement in any home! AND I'm ECONOMICAL.. . give you all the hot water your household needs for a few cents a day!" Visit your dealer! Check up on what a million users say! Enjoy automatic, low-cost electric water heating in your home I A •INQUIRE AT Arkansas-Missouri Power Corp, ABOUT THE LOW-1 We WATER HEATER (W. H.) ELECTRIC RATE ... over for licr (Sunday, there, they heard Jniucs A. , speak lo members of Ihc Hendrlx graduating class. Mrs. n. A. Morris nnd dniightci Miss Blanche, who have been're siding In omalia, Neb., for (he pns len months, returned home Siindn o be with (heir family, Mr. Monl ind son, Mack. Miss Morris wn a member of the graduating clas of an Oimiha high school thl year. Mrs. nalph Robinson, of wllsou Is siwndliip a few days here ns (lie £!"?' ' of her sisters, Mrs. Ton Phillips and Mrs. Eddie ricgcnold and families. Nirs. A. conwny and Mrs. j. A Leech nrc In Memphis today with Mrs. F. W. Schnlz of Helena who Is staying there because of (he Illness of .Mr, Schnlii. The condition of Mr. Schatz. who underwent a major abdominal o|fern(.(on Sunday iilBhl, Is very good, lie Is nl Ihe Memphis Baptist hospital, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Kliby attended to business In Memphis yesterday. . : Mrs. B. L. Stockctl has gone to Memphis for nn cxlenricd visit. She wns motored there Monday by Mrs. Harry Kirby. John Bruce Wilson, soil of Mrs. B. B. Wilson, has gone to Linden, Term., lo spend the summer with Ills grandmother. Mrs. j. T. Tinili nnd other relatives. Mrs. Wilson's brother, Tom A. Tinln, accompanied by his niece and nephew, Mary Dean and Jim rtainey, motored over for him. Mr. aiid Mrs. M. L. Wright, of Memphis, spent Sunday here with Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C, noughts, and family. Miss SUc.Ramcy, W h3 has 'attended •Christian College at Columbia, Mo, for the past year, has arrived home to spend her summer vncatidti here with her family Mr nnd Mrs. C. W. Ramcy. FLAPPER FANNY fen Wclnberg, Walter Co* III of Blj tlievlllc, Clinton Davis, Carolyn Rogers, Jim Dickey Wright, Jcan- cllo Bon en. Rosemary Kelly, Nancy Ollvei, Pnis<f cone, Palsy Miller Carolyn Rose Bpleso, Eva Joe till. lahuuty, La Lou Oliver, Bobby Jean Davidson nnd Jnmrs itnivcy Sic war I. * ' * * liil T.ou Itrlvcr l!:i» Birthday I'aily Mrs. W. J. Driver, Jr., was host- 'ss to .sixteen incmbeii, o( the Kin countiy . . , Mrs. Ftirnsworth Black and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer and rcmuin there until Friday when they will go to Hot, Springs where they have a collage. Mrs. Dave Martin, of Milan sislcr of Mrs. Ramsey Duncan, who hns been ill in a Memphis hospital for several ihohlhs, is steadily Improving. . , Mrs. Gccrgn Smith. Miss Alma Britlbn, Miss Dorothy sisk and Mtss Pearl Graves will (p to Memphis tonight to attend the P. W. Fitch Company's Educational Bcaii- ly Show nl the Oayoso Held. Miss Elizabeth Ann WJlson. who attends Llmlcmvood O;llege al St. Charles, Mo., returned to school tc- riay after having been called home last week because of the critical illness of her father. Clarence H, Wilson. She was In Memphis with him until last night when she nnd her inothcf rctunverl here. Mrs. Duighl H. nlackwiod, of Oscccla, who had been slaying here with Billy Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs Wilson, since Sunday, and Billy returned lo Memphis today with Mrs. Wilson. Miss Wlls;n will be In school nnlll June 12. Mr. Wilson's condition continues to be slightly improved. Roberl Goodrich, who lias been attending the University of Arkansas at Fayeltcville. has arrived home to spend his summer vacation here with his mother, Mrs. E. A. Gocdrich, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cecil L-,wc nnd son, Jimmlc. rclurncd- yesterday. afternoon from a month's lour of the Western slates Including Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizoin, California and also Mcxici. Amon-; points visited were the Carlsbad Caverns, Yosemitc, Point Lomn, Grand Canyon, in Hot Springs they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Cflldwcll and family. After reaching California they vis- llcd the Rev. and Mrs. B.*E. Bullcr- worth and family, Mr. and Mrs, H:ward DcCouldrcn and Mrs. C. R. Maddux, all of whom formerly resided here but wiio ho* live In Complon. In Los Angeles, the/ were Ihc guests of Mrs. Lowe's aunt. Mrs. Roy Sutherland and family, and In Van Nuys, Ihey visited her uncle, J. P. Smith and family. At Wasoo another aunt, Mrs. Arch Beckes. and family enlertalnnrt them. They also went aboard the ship, the Lexington, as (he guests of Thomas Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gecrgc W. Pallcrson, of this cily. Miss Wyncttc Shepherd, «ha al| lends Mississippi Slate Crllego for Women at Columbus, Miss., arrived home Nfonday lo spend her summer, vacation here wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd, Mrs. Lee Armstrong and grand- .. ,'i' somclliinu i" storliiiK, mslcnil i}' this miiiTiarje is re»lly going lo Insl." Ulmcr, will IHljh i'clnl. :s visit with J- P. Ann- tlaughler, Marjorie leave Thiirsilnj' for N - C,, for a six H-eel Mi's. ArmstroiiB's sen, Jlioiig, ami fiimlly. Mr. Armslrona Is now visiting t n Helena mid will iiiolor here for his mother and Hi l ° * ccom l'n»y them lo Coil,, Douelns, Jack Webb nnd Albert, Hidings, students at Ihe university ol Arkansas nl Fjivollo- vtlle, have, nrrlvnl homo to spend Ihc summer wllh lliel r parenls. Mr. and Mrs. F. c, Uoiiglfls. Ur. and Mrs. Floyd Webb and Mr. and Mrs. . liniiiicr, of Sioux clly . , lown, has ccme here to lie on- iccted \vitb (lie MclropolUnn Ufa Insurance Company. He will reside U G(B West Main street. O. W. IJcale. or Memphis, Is nt- ng relatives. . , lo business here and vlsll- Mrs. [McGregor's Pupils Will Present Recital 20 .s ---- _ ..... „., >n tdi^-fit.i >vill/ Will IK presented Thursday iilght Hi n ilnno recital nl Iho high school ••"' «>«(JI t tlWLLUUI iwlllorltim by their Instructor, Mrs Minnie Lee McGregor.; The recital vllll bcgjn al eight o'clcek. : • -,Urry Ward of 1 ' Jncksbn, Tcmi!. KUltonc, will present sovcrnl num- >ers on the program. Sludeiils who will nlny'iiro: Huth Mnnsnim, Dorolliy Clnwford, Noma ewcl Iloiiclilii,' jean I.iit?,, Dinnc Cook, Qencva Shiblcy, Margie Mcr- III, Muriel Drowning, flarvcy Ealon Julleii nifcon, Alvln Drowning, ,nrry uiln. Luther Wimbcrlcy, Ralond Co:k, A. G. Shiblcy Jr. Lester Merrill, Helen Mniigrum, Mine Crawford, Helen Whistle, 5etty Jcnn Golf, Bonnie Sue Cook, Virginia Morcland, Louise Reeves, Odic Jean Copolaml, Wanda Smith, Vnshli Van Bibber, Hemi Mae 'luirmond, Virginia Johnssn, Jenn- Ita Jenn.Sebailgh. Osccola Society --- Personal Atoxunilcr llostoss Mi's. W. V. Alexander WILS -—. ,, , , , , iii^.iii i luvj , mif> in}!ii<* ess to three extra tables of giicsls when slie enlorlnhicd the members of tile Friday J}r| ( | ee Club of which she Is n member. •jiUHiiicse Iris and Inrksmir were usCd'hi' the playing rooins and on the screened porch<•* of her mother, Mrs. I'cirln'a . dergarten ChlM at hei ionic yesterday nftoinoon s the slxlh blrliulaj of hei clmiehtpi, '/- La ixiu Driver. A color .scheme of yellow mid white was shown In the baskets nnd vases of coreopsis and dnlslcs, also In (he elx yellow candles oh the liirec white blrllulay uke. Balloons wcie Kivcn ns favors, Children present \\cie Caioly;i loso Splesc, «ol% Jean Davld- bn, William \M- f<s Mnishall, Pnl-sy Miller, David Liinoy, j| )n Dickey WrlBhl. Pntsy Cnnc, cllnloii Dnvls, JcuncUc liowcn, ciuolyn Ann fioc- n-K, Wurreii WelnlicrR, Em Joe Dll- aliunty, Hnrlnii Slarr, Hen Demi InlchCr, Wnllcr Cox, lit, of niy- hovllte, nnd Hoseiiiiuy Kcllj. Driver wns Assisted in en(he loth by Mis Da\ld- on, teucher of the class, who Is he Silndny School leachei of those n the Prcsbylcilnn chinch, ind llss Dliuiche ClLCio who will be heir , scliopl lonelier, hi Ihi! Fall levin ol ncVuiol, • » * Mr, mid Mrs. A. L. llojco aio expected lioinu lo;luy fi-cm several diij's visit, in Muskoijce. Oklu.-, with n brothel- of MI. noyco, O A linyce iinii family. Thcii daiiRhtet Mrs. Arthur Nelson und dauBhtci, Joe Ninin ot I'ampu, 'Tenns, Joined them thcie for (lie visit. Mis. B, A. Teriford mid son, Ambrose, Teaford, nccoiu|mnk'd bv Phillip Donn of Nctv Oilenns, roominiito of Ambrose nl wtdsliina Slnlc Unlvcislly who Imi been hh guest for (ho pnst ten ilnys,' mv.l Mrs, D, K. wcrlsi left Sntindiiy foi I IDSt' gllcsls. Oul-of-ttiwn The chili prl/,o wns won by Mrs, II. f. Ohlendovf with Iho guest award' for highest scoVe going to Mrs. p. n. Joyner of ISlythovllle. Mrs. Hiith Hale Carlisle wDoso mar- rliMSC'.tb U. H, nucy will ocoilMn Ihls,mouth was nn honor guest nnd wns presented « gift,. Coinages "I./!™ 01 |lctl '' •wci'c'.-liroseiKert (lie .visitors wore Mrs. Arlhlir Rogers ur Jackson, Mlssls- s P|>I, with her houseglicsl. Mrs. William King O f I'ahn Beach, Fin Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mrs, John F. Lent! of Blyllicvlllc. Mrs. Alexander was 'assisted In enlorlalnlng by her 'mother Mrs Claud Pen In.. .... (liiilri-RCrlcii t'lAss •Knlcrliiliirtl Mrs, David Laney wns hostess lo members of Iho Kliulcritaricn Class laiight by Mrs. II. C. Davidson for n swimming party at Ihc Oscetila MondSy nfghl'fo? eurslcn on Uio 6 t eamer Wesen. Albert, \us a classmate of William' Bord at Columbia Military Acadi' cmy the pa«( teim, ' H < Mrs. Val B. Campbell 'and son, James Wallace Campbell, of Me-. Clcnmboro, Ullnoh, will retuin u> Uiclr homes Sunday after ten days visit here with Mrs W, B. Flan- nlgan and Mrs John W, Edrlng- lon. James Wallace will entw the Unlvcislly of Illinois for the sum- met leiiu, Adnlr Hook undciKcnl a lon- sllotomy nl the office of Dr C M Ilmwell early loday. Fiances Campbell"has re- lumed to lici home in Rlrtsellvllle ' after thiee days here with. Miss Klncaid, Miss Campbell, v,ho home economics Instructor In Osccola high school the first se- ncster of the last term, was gr'ad- lated fiom the University of Telin- eiste Kiumlllc, insl week.with a, M A itegicc In Home Economics. Ur. L D Mnssey and /amlly,, wilh till .ilslci, Miss Kulh Masscy, Will Sunday In tfyci&burg as lie guest of another sister, Mis. 'led Maoio nnd Mr. Moore His ilecc, Amanda Leo Mooie, reluin- '<! with them foi a, visit With Chmltne Mnsscy. His nephew) Ficd Mooie, a medlcnl stildent In the Unhcislty ol Tennessee, Medkal School, Memphis, cnmo up Tuesday foi Iho concluding Jccluie of the Mississippi County Post Olndtmic Mctllcnl Awwnbly. He ictunicd' today. Atlanta where they will nUrnd tholbcus of Edvuml Tcafoid uinm, Mi Wardcll To Be Scene' Of All-Day Singing 'Iheie will be an all day .singing' at Wnuieii, Mo, north of Haytl Sunday, Juno U, It v,nt announced today by u. E. L smith, picsldent' of ttic Pcmlicot Singing convention Good f|UiulcU and spccl.n mim- from Georgia Tech Hrtwnul - ualeii In Ihc upper third of n class of two hundred seniors. Mr. Dean Will i;o from Atlunlii to camp Mu- Clelli\n, Ala,, for the Miuunei leim whllu Mis. WerU will idnnln In Allanla for a loiiisei visit wllh two ' tentutcd on the pro- Smith sftltl til )ie In- , 1- vlted the public to nllend. Lunch bvolliei's. Mrs. TeafoKl mid (,om will directly to, N. C! foi (lic'tcti diiys confrieiice of South- wide Huplisl Student Unlohi held '.hern each June. Mrs. J. A, Mm nn of Forl Scott, Kansas, who has been tile |>ue,st of her shier and niece, Mih. Si\m Coble ami Mrs. Dnvld S. Laiiey for Jiovcrnl dnys ..wnn accompanied lo Memphis Monday by Mrs. Coble and Mrs. Lnticy, Hlicio slip will make her. future home. Mi. and Mrs. Mornii have Ijcen Iransfciitd to Memphis where he Is (o be Division Superintendent of the Southern Division of (lie FiKco Kalliond, They me nl homn In the Alia Vishi Apartment* on t'oplni Avenue. Miss Nancy Aim Wiuldle, county iibmrlnn, Icll Monday for a two weeks vacation wllh hei parents, In Somerset, Kentucky, special Tom Barton Henderson of Hiiy- nesvllle, Lu,, iiccomniuiled by his pool I'l-ldny nflcrnopn. In ''i,h-1, ,', Cr fn' ^ Vlcl ' " "ccomimtie blillulay. After Iho swim Die cliissiiiiile, Bnvlt Olhei of - - VJ "' 1 - 1 "' clilldicn were hl lo the Lnney ne home for games nnd refreshments Sunoiindlng Hid blrth<lny cako' loji))cd wllh six candles were toy soldiers, iirtlllory and tents wlilch were given as favors. Members of ,,™.» 1IMII . »oie William tile class Glrnrdviiii, Mo., KCIC of Mi. . and Mrs. J. s MoOniits and friends here Monday 'loin Bailon Is the son of Mi. ,md Mis Tom Henderson of forhlcrly lived Mv. fleiulcrson lliiyiiesvillc , \vlrn In Osccoln «hoic n ..... ......MLIOUI, ,n| 3 1u]u:lllHU(IUt]H ^Biifec Marshall, War- of the Osbcoln UmiDci Com«r»ny. l be scncd »L noon. The rnstcst tiling a human can do Is wink nn ejc. New Vitfler-arin Cream Deodorant wfely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not lot ilrcsscs—Joes not Imiale skin 2. Nosvjitingloilr|.Cjtibcuscd iii'lit aficr sliavllij. 3. hisiaiiilpstonsptrsiiirjiteiifor 1 lo i chjs Hctuovcj ojor lioin (Kfspifjduii, 4. A |"i«:ttli[[e,grcis<:lc55,suiti. less ijtuslu'ng cream. C. Atrid lias been »\vjrdcJ ihc Approwl Seal of die American InMiiuic of Uundctiiig, for being Inrinlcss to fibncs > IB MILLION I«M ol Atild Jiavo baou oold Tty n ] a i lorioyl ARRID Drink Delicious and The pause thai refreshes . . .wherever you go Happy places to 'pailse dot the road maps of the nation. And fatiHUar red coolers for ice-cold- Coca-Cola arc there... Inviting yon to pause ... refresh.. .and be on your way. Phone 3CG COGA-GOLA BOTTLING COMPAJX Y", Ark.

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