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BLYTHEVILLE!, (ARK.) COUiUEll NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET - nil netei WJU Adtoli Jmr' Hf«m & Companion ,— 4* th*/ KITZ THEATER -Jfl «*»"l'«« Cunt Get Awajr Wflh Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dorcas class, First Baptist chuich, meeting * ith Airs Frank Simmons, 7:30 pw Mrs Ramsey Duncan presenting piano students in recital, First Methodist chiirch, eight o'clock Elmwood Cemetery association meeting.2:30;o'clock with Mrs. B. P Potter at home of Mr and Mrs Eddie B. David Fidelis class, First Baptist church, ha\big picnic at Walker Park, 1.00 Vim SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion club having dance, fl 0 o'clock, American Leglcn Hill Are^ Surprised At Hoosewirmlng Mrs Eunice Young and Miss Fia Wright, who ' recently mmcd Into , one cf the Ingram apartments, were surprised with a houscwarm- iiij? "Monday night The Informal parly attended by 20' of their friends was arranged ' by^ Miss Mable Hogan ind Miss Jessie Srite ^After the glfti had been opened, •• tlic guests visited with each other , Refreshments were scned during v the party -> < * * * Club' Members And Guests Entertained Members of the Tuesday Afternoon club and four guesis were ' cWertained with a Juncheon party i Instead of the weekly afternoon party Tuesday when Mrs Mcjcr Gribcr was hoslesi al her hoiiie Guests *ere Mrs George M Powell of Washington Mrs R A Nelson, Mrs W A Affllck nnd Mrs J. P Hollahd A mixed bouquet of roses, sweet- peas , and bab> breath in pastel shite was used in the cenler of the, dining table at which lunch was served Oilier bouquets of nasturtiums, painted daisies, and larkspur were arranged 'about Die house Flora) placecards completed lhe T summer scheme of the part) Mrs 'Harinan Taylor was high scorer and Mrs Don Smith, second high'among the club membcis in the bridge games which followed. ,The high score guest pilze ' *ent to Mrs Holland and Mrs, Powell was also presented n gift * •* * • Dch-as Claw t* Meet The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church iUll h'a\e a business meeting and social Friday night, 1 0 o'clock, at the •home^ of Mrs Frank Simmons t Members are utgid to attend, aeoording lo announcement made loday \ ' i' V T * » * Clib Has Guest Mrs T n R Hynsoil of Amoiy, Mlss.^houseguest of Di ami Mrs H tA „Taylor, plajcd cards with 'members of the Wednesday Con tract'"clUb jostchiay afternoon men they *erc entertained al the , home of Mrs Charles L Wyllc For decorations, Mrs Wylle had arranged bouqliels of'sweet peas and hjdrangcas about her home bhe serveS a salaa plale at the londuslon of the games In the bridge games the prize FLAPPER FANNY - COPft 191} IV Ml* SERVICE INC T M dec M S TAT Off By Sylvia member of the club who Is tern porailly residing in Nashville but who is now hcie on a visit • • » Arc Guesis of Club , . John p. Lehtl. Bridge wns plnjed in looms dec ornted with summer noncis Re frcshmenU were scived al the con elusion of the gnmes In which Mrs C W McCutchen wns high scorer and Mrs,- Borum, second. and Mrs W D McClurkiu, to get it to you is—glamor is «hat it i scoops of ice ci cam in yoiu soda " When Mrs Hugh Haibcii, enter ,„.„ tallied membcis of the Town and ,', ,, Country club at hei home ycstei \,.' , day afternoon, she had as her T « giicsls, Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs Call Shceley Mrs E E Benlon and Mrs. Sam Hnmra. Mri Jerry Hollj is spending I the Methodist hospl Steele-Cooler Society—Peisonal , Hostess ~ al Bnntn with hei wheie sin :ment Hei motl lass of Little Rock Aik is Mrs J W Reno und •--•" W ,11 IbVIIU ULLII Mrs RMtith Lnulton accompanied them to Memphis Mis Holly e\ peels (o return home this afternoon, Paul Glen McCulclicn. Misses Man Ellen and Jean Muitchon QBoll McDiniel and Cairle Weint zell spent Sunday in Memphis. Mr and Mrs Hans Beedlngs ire announcing the nrriial of an ci = bt poutul baby boj al thoir home In Stecle Sunchy night Mr nnd Mrs Ntwbeiii Johnson spent Mondiy In Memphis I Paul Whittingioti of Mirk-d Free Aik \vas_n. visitor here Smt- flij In the afternoon he ind ~s Tom Lewis was the ihaim ing hostess to hct Lucky Nl.no Bunco club and one guest Mi James Reid at hei home jcsler- (laj afteiraon ' ''lie hlyh tcwe award a lunon cui cet went to Mis Ous Caopei UK. bwii") prlrt: the ira\elmg bun I co prize and low scoie an aid all' , , , went to Mrs Claucc Glllilantl who 1 ,.?' 0 ' received two hcaifs and a Hindi i V-,™ ,1o, cnn srl uiesciaj Mrs show ^fr Patty Hn«!l 'ittemlcd In CnrtithcrsUllo and Mrs T N Brlgtance nnd Mis Vclmer Campbell and son Johnnie accompanied Mis John Kendall to h(.r homo m Trenton, Teim. frlday after she had spenl the pnst two weeks hb'ro with hei daughter Mis Mr and Mis A L Bits of News Mostly Personals ••! I Mil! Mis C. G Redman and daughter, LaVonne and soil, c G it i have gone to Hot Springs where 'Mrs. Redman will take a course of jbalhs. .••' .. "''.', j Mrs, Henry Layson and daughter, Miss Mary Eunice, arrived jhome yesterday from Nevada, Mo., where Miss Ijiyson was graduated from Cottcy college. Mrs Lay.son *ont up for the exercises • . . Floyd A. White attended to busl- 1 ness-In 81:• Louis yesterday. Miss Marjorle Warren, who attends Randolph Macon at Lyiieh- biirg, Va., has arrived hbihe lo I spend her summer vacation wlw |her parerils, Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Warren. Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs/Turner Kifsell will return tomorrow from I Memphis where they htwe been visiting Mrs. Horace Wakefleld since jeslerday. nicy went dow-n especially to he with Mrs. Head's mother, .-..•Mrs: Ida McMIchael, and Mrs. Evelyii Hlckman, who 'are ill in the Baptist- hospital. : Jack Webb has returned to Fny- eteeville after having spent a week here with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb. He will allend summer school at Ihe University of Arkansas. Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Gailher left rucsday for Lewiston, ill., where Uiey will make their home. Mr. Galthcr, who is connected with the St. Louis Rural Electric Survey company as engineer, has been transferred here. Mrs. Galther was before her recent, marriage. Miss Mildred Eades, daughter"'of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Endes. Meyer 'Ornber went to Boston Saturday night to attend the National Shoe convention. During the 12 flays which he plans to be awny, he will also visit the World's ralr In. New York. Miss Elizabeth McLean will leave Sunday for'New York city where 'lie will take a month's.'course in modeling. While there, she also plans to do work with a group ot professional actors nnd actresses wilh whom she attended' the'Mo- hawk Drama festival last summer. Miss Virginia Martin returned home Tuesday night from Fayctte- ville where she was graduated from the University of Arkansas. Hoi- mother, Mrs. T. F. Martin,- and sister, Mrs. Rupert Craflon/ and Susie and Rupert Martin Crafton, went up [or her graduation. >•• } Mr. and Mrs. ,c. j. Cavauaugh, of Hempstead, N. Y,, slopped hero list liigiit en roulc to Leedsyille, La., where Ihcy will :Msit.' Mr. Cavanaugh,'former instructor In the city, high school who" is now an Instructor at the Hofslra 'college of New York University. They were tlic'.gu'esls of Mr.,aiid Mrs. .John rwil iced • • ' >' iMiorirj bocicfj Tlicie was a very nice attend ance at Hie legulni mccling of the Woman i, Mib s ionnry Society when they were eiiterlnlned at ihc Methodist church Monday. The meeting \\as opened \\ltn prasci bi> Mis O A Dlmivaiit nnd the scrlptuic leading which v,iv> taken from the 25lh chaplei ol ... ...„.,..„„„ (,„„,„., „,„ |jii«». I.IMJII irom me Kim cliaulei o *en(. to Mrs Roland Green Gifts, Matthew was given by Mn P I were also presented Mrs Hynsou McCutcheu, Wee president. Mis W J. Evans of her sislci Mrs B-xsIl McClure Mrs. Robert Lawrence ahd on Robert 'Frank, returned MOndav after ic\eral dijs \lsit with her mothei Mrs Bob Hcssclrode of Charleston. Mr. Lawrence went mi aiid brought them hom? Dr. and- Mrs. b. E. Cooper were .-.itois In BI\lhc\IUc SuiKhj -f tcrnoon. Mr and Mis I M Gicci ind daughters..Misses L«ura and .Lon ise of Harrlsburg. Ark., spent Sim- Mccutc'heu, Vice president. \Vith . Mrs. Junnlta Steele:- as MY FAMILY ADORES IT -WON'T HAVE ANYTHING BUT UPTON'S. IT'S ECONOMICAL, T00_ COSTS LESS THAN HALF A CENT A GLASS! MARVELOUS FLAVOR ANYWHERE! UPTON'S TfA fS GRAND [CEO- IT'S SO RICH-FUVdRED AND HOW COOLlfoC D REFRESHING! . . lu Hcrncrsville Monday night at- C. McHaney jr. and family and other friends while hei'e. Jack Mc- Haiicy," whs Is now employed":B Osccola, came up la be with them Mitchell,Johns has arrived home I ayettcville. Egbert Jarboc Jr., ol Bend, ind,, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jarboc. He i.n. nun ima, LJ. n. j^iuuc. Jiu ...i^j ])Iahs to return to Soxdh Bend July da V for first. Mr. aiid Mrs. Ed Smith will leave Friday for a ten days' vacation ;{q be spent in Vincennes, Ind., and Ihey will be the guests of Mr. an'd' companicd by Marvin Spanu and . Mrs.-Ike Ivtrs, aiid In Rock is- Harsld Owpn, .returned "Monday . aiid Mrs. H. B. Spence. They wore B. Spcncc nnd H. Ballentlne were tending a lodge meelln.g Mr. anri Mrs. Noel McDanlcl of Pontlnc, Mich,, were recent visitors here. Monday for the Y. M. C, ! A. Camp ' C. c." Proctor, who lived here ;a .number of years ago and Is now #f slat '. of Cftrnii, III. Mrs. Mllo G. AU-ootl of Marlon, I Kansas "City, spent several hoiifs .'Mrs. Charlie Millfm has retiirned Inline nn^l ~V Tl,nll,n. n ..«.t^».1-.. -^ ..i ~ - - -. * - .... ... . . .-. . ind., spent the latter part of the week here with Mrs. J. H. Workman and other friends. Jack 'Travl.s left yesterday for his home In Flint, Mich., after a two weeks visit with friends here. here yesterday as he was en route to Southeast Missouri on a busi- Patton, who underwent an operation tor appendicitis at Dm Newport hospital. His.condition today '• very good. Mrs. L. H. Moore and daughter. Miss Mary Helen, and sons, Hal aiid Howard, spent yesterday In Keiinstt with Mrs, Moore's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. A, McHaney. Mi's. Farmer England returned last night from Arkadclphia where she had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Winborn, and ran>Uy.-Mr. fng- laiid met her In Memphis. She will return to Memphis tomorrow for an eye operation, Luxora Society — Peisonal [);uu-e At Scout Hut Miss Frances Reid Bowen, Miss Peggy Siliman, and Miss Dllsy Siliman were hostesses to a groui! of the younger set with a number of out of town guesis oil Friday night for dancing at the Seoul hut. The young hostesses were assisted throughout the evening by their mothers, Mrs. Sam Boweu and Mrs. Elizabeth Siliman, The hut, decorated with 'Varied colcred garden flowers made an attractive setting for the evening's dancing and refreshment'; were enjoyed between the dances. ilonilnff Picnlo Miss Eva Cooke ahd her Sunday school class of eleven Junior girls enjoyed a picnic Monday mornius on the banks of the Mississippi river.al Luxora. Tills picnic marked the close of a contest engaged In by the girls for the past several weeks. Bunking 1'arty Miss Ann Claire Wilkins complimented her cousin, Miss Laura Jo Watkins, of Monotlc, with n bunking party at her home on Wednesday night. The guests who enjoyed r this parly wcrp Miss Donna Wuiiderllch, or Blytheville, Miss Sara Posey, and Miss Sara Langslon. Ilajitisl \V. ai. S..Mission Slmly The regular monthly mission jTHURSDAY;. JUNE 8, 1933 allend Die flrsi six weeks summer S l ^.° f I ?' Ue , i ? IOU , 1 ? tilln Collc 8=' —«.'«r... B> «» Mrs. umoe B«e»K>n, SI e was motored, lo Blue-Mountain of Manila; Esco Hayes ahd Mrs. tuesday by her mother, acocmpa- T "-">- o..—i.--..-- <-->? ss McCormlckv both of here. nied by her sister, Lala, and Mrs. C. B. Wood, a former Blue Mountain student. Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson and her granddaughter, • Wade' "McHcnry, left Memphis Monday mointhg for u.-urooss, « here and Miss « three weeks visit with 'relatives sic R. statty' of sikestoh' lit New Ycrk City, and to attend " — ->••' , b 'K«ston, the Wcrld's' pair. Mr. 'and Mxs.' Ira '.'Bllling's'ley have returned -from-'an extended visit with relatives lit Glasco, Ky, Mrs. Bllllngslcy's sister, Mrs. • Delia Bradley, joined liicm there''for a visit, returning home, wilh them. Mr. and Mrs. O. E,' Crab'lrce have arrived from their home in Avon Park, 1'la., for a visit with Mrs. Crabtrce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Seagraves, Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Landerdale, cf Reck Springs, Texas, have arrived for several weeks visit with Mrs. Laudei'cJale's parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs. L. P. Flemmhig: The Rev. R. E. L. Bearden and Mrs. Deardcn left Monday for RusselHIIle, Ark., where they will visit their parents while attending the pastors' school conference at Conway. They will motor to the ccufereiice each day. Mr! and Mrs. S. J. Smith spent Sunday and Monday with their daughter, Mrs. Muxlne, Crawford, of Memphis, Mi's. Siie Brown attended the Poslmasters convention held in Hot (Springs la.\t week. Mrs. Brown reports a very large attendance with many notable visiUus, amcng which Postmaster' General James A. Farley was outstanding. Mr. and Mrs. R; C. Bryant, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Julia Owens, and children, Marylyn and Jean Oivens, visited their daughter, Miss Martha Kate. Sunday at State College, Joncsboro, where she Is attending the summer session of school. Dr. and Mrs, E. R. ISogan had as their overnight guest Wednesday, Mrs. Stell Hynsou, enroute to her home al Amory, Miss. Dixon, ' — ...-H., MJ fllficu Carpenter; Ralph Lucy and Miss Anna Rac, both of Luxora, by Magistrate cassidyxcarl Taylor of CaruthcfsviJle, and Miss Sylvia Huckaby, of Braggadocio, by Magistrate Cassldy; Harlari H. Trice of Paragouldiv and Miss Lillian Greene, of Hoxie, by Cecil R. Culver; T. W. Craig aha Miss Louise Caraway, both of here, by Magistrate Cassldy. -.•'"• Edsel Klnkead and Miss Estclle Carter, both of iiere, L G. W. Potter Willie Fi-iar and Mrs/ Velma Mos^ ley, both of here, by J. 1 L. Newsom; Doyle Puckelt and Miss Fannie M. Brockwell, both of Lilbufn, by Magistrate Cassldy; Upton Booker and Miss Luvelia Childrcss, both of here; J'.tllc Douglas Hodge and Miss Naiietta Stnudehmayer, both of Lcachville. study lesson heard at the meeling of Ihe Baptist Woman's Missionary Society in their meeling Tuesday afternoon at the church. Tile study was conducted by Mrs. John Thwcatt after a business session presided over by the president, Mrs. Charles Evans. * * • Afternoon Tea Miss Doiina Wunderlich cT Bly- Iheviile, who is the houscguest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Co:-ke Sr.. was hostess to n group of little frierids-Tuesday af- terncon at a tea in special compliment to Miss Laura Jo Watkins, of Mcncttc, and Miss Diane Copper, of Carini, ''Illinois. ' '' . Laura Jo and Dianiic were complimented on Wednesday. aUerno.u with . a party by little ,- Miss Sara Langston. Guests were Donna Wunderlich, Sara Posey, Ann Claire Wilkins and Mary . Louise Ash- morc, of Osceola. .Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Slack, whs :t will spend the summer months with home folk at Giirdon, Ark., and Bastrop, La., left Thursday to spend Muc'nen ,jomis has arrived nonie ""anui'r LK>., icic iiicirstijiy to spena to Spend his , : £iiirmier vacation here several davs In Little Rock, where with his family. He is a student Mr. Slack attended- his brothci-, at the University of Arkansas ;at J 8 * Slack, as best man »' '"" T lutitt nt,1ltn • " u-prlrHfltr fin. fltt turrfoi, t. . at his wcddinj on Saturday to Miss South Catherine Rose Millwee, of that city. Miss Margaret Mcffitt left Tues— j .„. .. visit with Miss Louise Turner, cf Newport. They \vill join a group, for a camping trip to Pocahonlas, at Current River Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Umfleet have muiiuny jur tnc i. rvl. u, /I. uanlp " 1J - umi i>n&. vaji ujuuuuu iiu>i: at Mammoth Springs .where they' as Iheir guests this week, Mrs. Urn- will spend several weeks. fleet's brother, Ben S. Cooper, Mrs. Ccoper and children, Diane and from a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Will Dillarcl. and family. • ~ ..„„..., ...,.* ...... ...vuua ..^.o. lnrs . \_,eorgc naie, 01 oiKesion.- Abner Aslicraft and son James returned last night alter having and Mrs P E. Waters were .visit- spent a- week with her sister. Mrs. ing friends In Blytlicvlllc Tucsday.jj. L . Guard, and family. Mr. Hale ~ molorcd down for her. They were ness trip. He. is traveling freight Mrs. James Sartor and Mrs. Jerry agent for the Missouri-Arkansas Hlxon, cf Alexandria. La., were Railroad. , guests of Mrs. John Thweatt Mrs. George Hale, of Sikeston, Tlmrsday. "•Mrs. Pearl DeiUon Cowan and wn. John Cowan, left M'-nday foi visit to the'New York Wcr Mrs. Ramsey Duncan To Present Student Recital Nine pupils of Mrs. Ramsey Duncan will bs 'presented In a piano recital Friday night at the First Methodist church at eight o'clock. The program will consist of solos, duets and trios. JOe Efrard, acccrrtlcnist will be guest artist on Mrs. Duncan's pro- * why Llwon's is America's fea: I . , Bill, neb, delicious , ' ?"J?'"'* r ,(*Wf U«ve» - ind tus- t , fious, StfAffAl b««ls-glye cxui , £rigr»hc« add bouquet. 1. Bht»*cttr* iltnrf-^ith ch6!ce .'tels fcori Upton's o»n Ccjloii I- gudeht.,, 4. lnii*i»liri-you UK IcsslitHnn's ,pec gliSs-k's s<5 tich ia flavor. accompanied by Mrs. Ted Lewis, of New York City, who also has been visiting the Guards. They will return Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Earl Brandon, of Equality, for a (amlly reunion. Miss Ruby Nell Ogle Is expected .to arrive home tomorrow- from oil- Icspie, 111., where she has been visiting a school mate. Miss Ogl", a student at Washington Univcrsltj' at Si. Loiils. went lo Glllc.'iple at 6-nni. the ciosc of the school year before Those who will play In the re- > c omlng here to spend the summer cital are: Earlene Sullivan. Siaryj''"' 1 ''« r parents, Mr. and Mrs- Jo Nabers; Mardm Ann LlnlKcnich, Jfary Alice Smith, France-; Bright. "—' McGhee. June Rclnmlller. Hcarn, Millet- Williams. Hazel Larry At The HospitaU . Mrs.. Matnle admitted. • Walls WUllatu Cox, ttcsniiai Clemens. Osceola. \ Hubptlal ^^auiIa. admitted. , . . Jo.vc« Dowdy. Manila, dismissed. Mcmjthls Baptist ItftspHal Gene Gllliam, Manila, 'admitted Mrs. E. A. Ruff, Hayll, admitted. Jletnphts St. Joseph's UcspUal Mary Helen dvccn, Caruth'er;- vllle, admitted. Harry Ogle. Mrs. A. G. Shibley and children will leave Friday mbr'nlng by car for Dawsoh, Ga., where they will visit, Mrs. Shlbley's parents, Mr andn Mrs. Mike Saliua. from there they will go lo Daylona Beach, na., o spend several weeks. They plan to be away six weeks. Miss Capltola WhlUvorlh, nlln Alhanel Whltwortb. Miss Euldpla Whllw-oiUi, Miss Eli-iabcth Biirlielle and Miss Marilyn; Buinbllc speiil Sunday hi Cape Glrardcau as the guftsts of Miss Mabel ciahX, who \vas formerly coiincclcd wilh 111 0. 7. T. olticc ol this city Mi's. H. c. Patlon and a>n E C were hi Newport Vtsterday to' be with Mr. Pallon's son, Henry Clay Marriage Licenses In the first week of June, "the aonth of brides," there. were only six marriage licenses issued from the Blytheville office of the county court clerk. 'TWO were issued on the first and four on the. third. Names of the couples to whom licenses were issued and the minister or officer who performed the ceremony, if listed, follow:" Clarence Archie Glover and Miss Mary Lucille Ryan, both of here, by Magistrate T. L. Cassldy; Kenneth Hodge, of Osceola, and Miss Hattie Ila, of Stecle, by Magistrate Cassidy; lulus Davis and Miss Geneva Brown, both of here, by the Rev. Eupha D. Beasley; Ira Gaines, of here, nnd Miss Bette Jo Essnry, of Sikeslon, -by the Rev. Mrs. Bcasley; Claud. _,. Leachville, aiid Mrs. Chloe ££*£ Am* Proves Lucky, • nMj lire ftf_ C. ' II* AKRON, 6. (UP)-A '' Lucille Summers, both of here, by Magistrate Cassldy. ' AKHUN n mp> A•-«• /Sic, • ' AivituWj sj. l Ul/——A 43-VG3r-D Other licenses Issued in the last man hopes |hat his arrest mat* = H M ? f M ,W ,"«' Pet « P^hing mean the saving of his fife nw and Miss Opal .Widner, both of threatened by d&ase. here, by Magistrate Cassldy; James G. Crooks, of here, and Miss Jes' by George W. ^tta-son;^^''^ J»™ > f*«*. .'.he ™s timid to son and Miss Elreba fillmon brith te , ", Cri u CaI colld » lo » fr °"> luber- „» ^._:..-,. .-. i."™ L'limwi, DOU! -nlivils. bllt ; ovon ' hi>'-hnrf i. of tomato, b^lrfagUtr'a'te'cassWr '"if, 15 '- b( J l e , vcn he lmd knowl > Mettln- Wicker and MiS Mndred " c ' W "? ri °{ his- condition betore. Mcoimiin!, KXII, _, -,..77 m " ufeu He said .he knew he had been "pretty sick" for the last three Auble Smith and Mls's'vivian l "' Ctty , ..',', f °'' Ulc , last three ixon, both of here, bv Alfred K cu 'S sdld " Ot VCalize hc . had Municipal ' Judge Charles M. Kelly, in arraigning Ihe sliickcii prisoner, ordered city ageiicles lo give him immediate treatment aiid | said he would Iry to gain admls- t sion to a sanitarium for him. The « feual L sentence was susjjcnded. \ Presbyterians Attend Young Peoples Meeting Six • young Presbyterian people of the First church left yesterday, for Fern' Cliff/ "Ark,, where they will attend a Presbyterian Young 'People's Conference for a week. Mrs. James A. Overholser, who accompanied them, will' be a counsellor. Those who made the trip were: Miss Ailldrcd Miiir, Miss Doris MHir, .Miss Blllle Leggett, Miss June White, Allen Rice and Pat, HiUTisOl]. Acadia To Be Restored LOWER GRANVIIjLB, N. S. (UP) —The first settlement founded in old Acadia, -a village which grew in connection 'with establishment of Port Royal by Champlain, the French explorer and soldier, is to be restored^ An archaeological survey of the site is being made. Ospreys sometimes carry off articles of clothing that have been left.unguarded by the owners. 81,209 MALARIA * (• • • • • Cases reported ui the U, S. in 19381 DON'T DELAY! START TODAY with OG8 Checks Malaria in scron dsjs. 666 FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN W li 11 c. Tan & White, P,eigc & Brown, G^ Tan, Clack, 1'r.rfor ilcd cr 'Plain Patterns. Sizes G 12, Widths A trt EEIi WHITE SLIPPERS i : I'unjps, Straps and Tics, izcs ,'} lo 10, AAA to BE, High, Medium and Low Heels. S2.95&S3.95 SKYRlOEROXfOROS FOR BOYS & $3.9$ White, Beige Tan, Black, Sizes (j, Wlilths A 16 D. $2.95 Bri>wn, ZU Id Pol! Parrott Shoes For Boys & Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STORE I'hoile W. Main May Save His Life The inan, a grocer, was- arrested on a driving charge. . ' When , Jailed,' he was ITS NOPUfl^f TO SAVE A ( PENNY ON - - /' ELECTRIC j" LIGHT AND MISS What's Happening in Home? •i. ^ Du ' lf • A line party'bfcomra'S ".painlul pnntc — all bcrauic of a '[ ICfblc ligW. Wilh 6uf lo* raloB '"' >'<iii. ran' veil »<(oni Id' use flll . _ Ihc.t'lcrtrirlly.yoii .n«(i. »V all ' t • {mics..' A], use plenty of liglit .ill over 'the 'house from liflsc- " ultnt to attic whenever you neet! them.. • • Arkansas • Missouri Power Corporation Efefythirig for your tainment arid comfdrt. Watch Society Of'Courier N«w» Far Free Show Guests Last Times Today THEIR 6'"SMASH HIT! ^ o^fcY MWWftDW LEWIS STONE/ MICKLY HOOKEY -.--, • '- MICKLY RODNEYS 17 CECILUMRKER. F«YHpLOEH\ - •'. Also selected shorts Admission Maliiiee lOu & 2Cc Admission Night 16c & 3Cc FRIDAY, JUNE 9 '1'2? GO(M) REASONS Why you_shoutcl attend the i. show Matinee or Night I&Xlf Admission alu-.ijj 10c. & ZBc Matlnccj Frl.-Sal.-Siin. Last Times Today PAL NIGHT Two Admitted for this Price of GUI PAGE.BIUY HALOP-JDHH UTU Also 'Selected sliorts Admission Matinee lOc & 2,0c- Adnnssioii Nifflit IGc & 30c Also Comedy Friday - Saturday AMONOGR/tMWtSTERH Also cartoon.* scri.it "Lone Kansr- cr Kides A£aln." Salurdiy

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