The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1933
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EAGE'TW.O BLYTigEVlLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKSDAV, SIvl'TICMBKli Social Calendar WEDNESDAYS KVENTS Bingo parly. At morel Junior high school r.udltorium, 7:30 P. M. Executive bonrd, Women's MIs- fioimry society of First Mclhodisl cliurch, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby hostess, 2:30 p.m. Visitor Uon: Have Mission Study Thc 21 members of the woman's missionary society of thc l-'irst Methodist, church who attended the meeting at the church yesterday heard Mrs. A. IS. Fnlrfleld give the mission study. * * » Scries of Special Prayer Services Begin The first of a series of three piaycr meetings for state missions was held by members of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church yesterday afternoon at Ihc church. Anothci mcettng Is bclns held today nnc the final will be Wednesday ' 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Theodore Logan was leader of the program which ti'cjudcd (these numbers: SOUK "Arkansas"; devotional. Psalms 15, 1 to 5. Alia Faye Simmons-, piano solo, Jean Ca'rlock; talk "Secular History ol Arkansas" Billy Brewer; S^i'« to the riag of Arkansas, Winifred Crawford ;song "What is Your Life Today?'' Ann'c Laurie Collins: talk'"A Bit of Baptist History" Bonnie Jean Buchanan; piayev for Arkansas Baptists, Mrs. J. w. Bishop: talk "What DOCS Your State Mean lo You?" Mary Joo Buchanan: violin solo, Bonnie Jean Buchanan; announcemcts, Mrs. J. W. Bishop; prayer, Mrs. W. M. Crow. Mate President Vlnls l-ocal Club Today, Mrs. Ella 5. QidBR of El Dorado, president of thc Arknusas Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, is the giicsl of the local group. Because of thc critical Illness of Mrs. Thurman Atkins, sister ol Miss Marie Harnlsh, who is a prominent member of the state organization, as well as in thc local group, there will be no formal entertainment. Even the luncheon announced for today, wns cancelled I ol lowing a brief business session of the club .members las nleht. . . Mis. Qulge, whose visit here is especially lo_.conr_cr_ with chairmen of committees,"'is' mcetlni Iherc women infromally today There will be a meeting loniRh at the Goff Hotel, 7:30 o'clck when she will address thc mem bers. c * Guild Entertained There was a hundred pcrcen attendance at thc meeting of 111 Kt. Stephen Guild Monday alter noon at, Ihc home of Mi*. J. l/oul Cher i y. Fifteen women were prcs eni. Plans were made for a rumuiay pale to be held Saturday. Octobe 7. The program was given by Mr A. G. Little w'ho told ol the earl history of the Episcopal church. The hostess served a fruit drin with ribbon sandwiches, i » « MarrbRf License Issued Marriage licenses have been sued to Miss Bessie Cunnlntjha and William' H. Wicks, both Caruthcrsville. Mo.; Miss Knt Slillain and Grovcr C, Wren, bo of Manila: Miss Lesta Marybc Porter and Albert Frank Glasc both of Wilson; Miss Geraldi Martin and Joe Bourland. both Woi.ncu Of County Will Meet ;il Luxora OKCHOI.A. Ark.--Miss Margaret liiilrhimmi "I Little Rock, liaptihl stair younn peoples' lender, will ronduel an all day .institute al Luxora Tuesday. Oct\ 10, which will b:' the occasion of the regular nicotine of the Mississippi County Association pf Baptist Woniiiiis Missionary Unloia. The incetlnx. to lie pi-esidcd ovc.r !•/• the president. Mrs. R. H. Jorits,. v.lil !«• o|wn t utlic public. Mrs. Junes said here ye.slerday. Dele- nates f;om thr- W. M. O. oiganlza- lious n( Osceola, Luxora, Dell. Innlla, U-achville. Kclser and otli I lie First ami Second Uap- ist Cliurehe.s of lilythcvllle will (lend and will Ix' enlorlalncd at uncheon by members of the Lus- n-a W. M. U. Tlie imelliif!, which will lie held n ttie auditorium of Hie Luxora church, will lie the occasion for he ann'.iai election of officers. Mrs. Ella S. Qutgg, pasimistrcss nt El Dorado, who Is president ol the Arkansas Federation oi IU:sl- ness and Professional Women's il>s. Slie S]>cnt today In Hits clly conference with leaders of the •cal group. idlugham, to Marlen Urackeii otli of here. Thc Rev. G. W afford officiated. Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Wilson Society — Personal The marriage of Miss Lesta Porter and Mr. Albert Glascoe was. Quietly solemnised al the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. Porter, Friday evening' at 0:30. The rliiK ceremony was said by the Rev. Horncc M. Lewis, pastor Wilson Club Will Open fls Season Tliur?d'.iv, Oct. . p '. News ol Blythcville Schools Failures in City Schools vno v Averaged 5.6 Per Cent'.' : Tile IWiards and Margaret Wlhtener who were ill. "The Froggies at 'jch;;l" iv )>. . ITaynes; 'The Squinel' Lura Uj- vls; "Four-Leaf Clever" Dr,:olhv ; Jeun Holt; "Mother O'XIin?" Hii|i« : Damon: "Newspapers" Doris Ad- : inns; "My Mo'.r.c-i" Bi-lly Jan:; : beardi-ii; "Mnry at Schiral" Ju:i. nitji D.ivb. following pupils ol the 51) ' Central School The annual report cf t'lc Ulythe- j roo '» were absent last week on at- : I CIUI Ui O( I HUH. vllle city schools for the 1S3 j.33 l ™mu of illness: Peggio Jones. Vio-! The filiivnship c;ub i.r Mi-s school year srowed a total cf i:noi la D " nn ' Ann "uehanau and Thur- Outlaws loom la-, r!.-i-t.-:l tl:i\ r.-l- puplls passing their wo:*, with' 73! malt Tinker. ; IOWIUK olliccrs: i.roidem. K-ilpli failures. This amount of failures j There was considerable wcrk doni' l*'vis; \ict: represented, a total of 5.0 per cent-in the geography classes last \veel:.! I5nlJ =' ;lM1 i sceMury. ifor 'the system On thc average : 'i'he 5B class studied bananas, :lis- • ' l ' h< -- club voted to !:• operative club mil hold its first i failures of about five per cent are' cussin s the growth, harvesting, ai:dj ;ls aas of their lirM pruj.-a--. Ruoen .1. K-.'.'.Iie M it:iK /j hrals.. walk meetir.B of the season at the Com- munlly clubliou;c tolxir 5. Thursday, Oc- WILSON, Ark.—The \Wson Co- An out of door program, "Indian land Pioneer Days in Dixie," 1ms been arranged by officers of {he club. Oxcarts, oxen, and Indian tc- l>ce.s will add realism K> tho setting. The hostesses lor the afternoon will be Mesdamcs H. R. Sullivan, D. N..Morrb, C. W. Ferguson, J. W. Thrallkill, w. F. Wilson, J. A. Merrell. and n. L. Roach. The eighteenth annual announcement, of the club lists the following officers and committee chairmen lor this year: Mrs. R. L. noach, president; .Mrs. C. W. Ferguson, vice president: Mrs. W. F. Wilson, .secretary; Mrs. D. N. Morris, treasurer; Mrs. H. R. Sullivan, parliamentarian. Mrs. C. O. Williamson, chairman, and Mrs. J. E. Jolly i chairman, junior cooperative' club: Miss Maxine Wallace, chairman I mid Mrs. H. I,. Sullivan, vice' chairman, music department; i J. H. Grain, chairman, and Mrs. I Walter Card, vice-chairman, do- to be exacted in a system. Tneiv: shipping ot fcnanas nml the ba-' were 61 failures in ih» elementary i "ana regions of t^> world. schoois, four in I'r.e junior hig!i Sjieclal reports were made by the school, and 13 In the senior pupils: "Life of the u»- In the yradc >;cliooLi fnc. nann," Margaret Anderson failures by grades were as follows: | vesting," llcsic Enochs; "Uc=es first, 11; seconds; ' ' of Bobby Ann Purvis was oi:t <-'. ho-1 al! last v.eek bir.n:.-" i:'. i!l- :e 4IJ's were happy to : t n;olh,'is :it I'arent asaodution meetins lass , ., t ....... „ ........ , -. . ., ; t-r.ird 13; fourth I Bananas," Peggy White and Wil- "»>'• s I'd; fifth 7; sixth '12. 1! - am Murdcugh; "Story Of Cocoa :• The followin- i:;ipi5.s i!:d T-.' ,;' Marto Uooley. • ' j any wor:i s in .-ii.'lim • 1 -s: . I and will have an i'XLi-i r.:! hi •;• ;.::\y ass made a number of. period: Mary ualxoeX. K-jb-r. ,lf:iu o".report showed \,w> child:-n enrolled in the while schools dtir-' Ing the year, of whom U88 iv?rc'i T I'e. ISA _. . .. > u ,,^ ul ^. ,„„.,, ,„..,„ promoted or failed at the close of "™t l»«l attractive cotton posters. , Dauc!a.--.s. Ucrothy c.irl?v,-. Jack the year. Thus about '21 l-u p^n'J'ne most interc£tin<, r posti-is vrcc' Chamblin. R;U;;h Davis. \v .r.d'i cent ctid not complete the second'. U 'OS-L> of Huby Weaver tint! ,J;umicc" Fisher. Jcitv ci«i" HuiCii-ir- -'i>term. Of thc total, 839 were (jirls i Waljxile, according to the vote of \ jorie Rimer". George Hulib'i-! B>i- and 823 wye boys. I'" ' ' These pupils attended a total ol j 223,470 days of school and were :ib- • lolln = Jaggers, Virgle Yoimj. J;;!!y I Jcntz. Louis liice, Mon/el> F>"n- Thp 4A i.-lass studied about irri-' or. Evelyn J.imcs ap 1 i:> •-'-i\ sent a total W 18 OT), exclusive of '. wuiun in tin: plaUmn states. lh:: . Hood. ' - ..... the [ime dropi»d. T.iis represents j tiovuriimoni-owned and privately-'. •owned irrigation projects. To:n L AWKEN'CE. Kan. illl'i - - Tu-.- Rccdei made a v^ry interesting .street eais in ihis town are po-i>.- miniature Irrigation project. Ifc | the v.::y nf all old imilin:is --o! ^lad a jar as a reservoir at the up- tr.iiKpoiluliun. II has l:.Tn <i--iill j per end of the fiel:! where the' i';! it: ii'iii.u'c thesn with modern ] er'was helci in reserve and a main •. car bosses, ditc;-. with smaller ones leading]- - • an average attendance c! a less than 93 per cent, or an aver- aye absence of about one d.iy every fourteen days for cadi pupil. Education Association Plane Annual Mpphncr, aw-r.y. At the lower end of the i nans Annual meeting j ncld was a t|am tliat mm cns| . y Supt. Crawford Greene be mcs'.ic arts department; Mrs.'c. L ' lncetill = ° r lhc Doarci of directors ed! (] va i n . broken to allow the water to . ".^. Dird. chairman, and Mrs. O. Burksdale, viec-eliairman, literary department. Dr. and Mrs: I. R. Johnson, l-'rcrt barren and Mrs. L. L. McDcar lan, cf Luxora, were called t Tcmphls this afternoon by _th rltical illnesls of Iliclr ncpl'wv lyde Warren Jr., 15. . ol Halls Tenn., who Is at the Bnpllst hos I, ill from blood poisoning. Three blood transfusions have been ivcn him. William Lang Is In St. 'Louis for buying trip. The condition of Mis. Thurmnn .tkliis. wlm Is critically 111 at the fcmphls Baptist hospital, is un- hanged today. Mrs. .A.""P. Barham and son, : >ank Jr., of Osccola, were in the :llv yesterday. Mte Virginia Martin, dixustitcr of Mr. nml Mrs. Tom Mm tin, who was at the Blyllievlllc hospital or n week' receiving treatment, for malaria, has been removed to her ionic at Dell. Miss Ida Mmle Wnrrc has spue .0 Cleveland, Mips., where flic' is .0 be connected with the hospital being operated by Mrs. U C. Jolin"on. who formrly lived here. Miss Fdna Kate Mule h»s presence ot the Immediate families and close fi lends. The bride- wore white -chiffon over while satin. Mrs. Gliucoc Is a' graduate' ofi Wilson high school and a popu-! lar member of thc younger set. Mr. | Glarcoe Is a graduate of Mlssks- 1 A. and M. college. He Is now connected with the slate highway department. Thoy will make their! There's something ol pre-war j elegance In the tunic suit picture:! | above. The knee-length coat vvllli i unbroken line is topped by an un| usual sleeve treatment and a cravnl , collar of leopard -stencilled -lapin. i'rhe suit is of a new Imported ostrich cloth in brownish yellow. Carutliersville Society — Personal home with the bride's parents after October 1. Miss Minv Wrluht of Pine Bluff is vislHnsr her sister. Mrs. Walton Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Morris. Ihcir j Jinall son. Norman, and Mrs. Mor- rb-.' mother. Mrs. Aria Norhiah, spent Sunday in Memnhls M;s. J. It. Raslick lias gone lo Nashville for a two weeks visit wllh Mr. mid Mrs. Jim Jordan. J. C. Culluiu and grandson, C. 5ISTER MARYS KITCHEN Mrs. Douglas Johnson returned a few days ago from Manv Springs. Mo., where she has been visiting her sister. Mis. Wilce Curlncr. Garland McMurray spetit the past week in St. Louis, attending to business in connection with the Fair Store, of which he is manager. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Muir and rmali son are visiting in. llliopolis. III., with relatives of Mr. Muir. of the Northeast Arkansas Education association in Jonesb'jro Sat- • 3S ? i 1 ^ 1 ' 10 ^ urdnv at which plans were made | l ." eH ' fav01 ." for the annual metlii:» of ll:e as-'.'"» c°nt»b"tcci to the recitation: sccialion on Saturday O?;o!«"- 23 : " Thc Dliel " B ' 1L slolise: "C"-»s'- j ==j j Mr. Greene is president nf thc as- lllas Ni S ln " .""'inan Posey; "Had soclntlon for thc current vear. ! " I ' u:Ic pjnj ' w , allc - Co ' 1;or: " Tl:c ' I Miss Winnie Virgil Tus'ne- au-J! Ult!c Haiu " He ' eu Brow " ; "When! Charles A. -Btubbsof the i oc ,,i: Moaie:-_Variiishc-s;-.Martha MeFar-. schools were iipiMlntcd to arrange programs [or two ol the departmental meetings. Miss Turner will have charge of a primary group and Mr. Stubbs of an intermediate They The 4B reading clasa devoted a| LYDIA E, FIMKHAM'3 iast week to reciting! TABLF.'TS FOR WOMJIN Tne folios- I relieve and prevent p ; iin uncl associ::;:d Jisorders. No n.ircotics. r-'c: just a pain hiller but a mock.'n medicine whicli acts upon lane; "No: in Vain" Donald Estes: "Tr.e Child" David Booue: "T :i e , Stiulrrel" Albert Saliba: "Th: Mer- j risct Snowbird" Tiielma Brady; i CAUSE of your trouhic. "p-jr- sistcnt use brings nc-rnvr,n : ;;i; relief. Sold by all dcuggisc:. group. : To relieve women's monthly u'.uns and to build them tip j against continued suffering .. to malnutrition — that's •' Through IheTifoTts of Mrs. C. ii. | What CA R DUI is fd'. Tl-yjt. : Wheeler a new fence is to be cract- • ed on the west side of the can . at the Central school. The new | HESHSKTI i Raises Money ior New Fence at Football Field:due 5c - lOc - lac BORUM'S BV SISTRlt MARY NEiV Service Writer A few years ago some dietitians regarded pic crust with much disfavor ami proclaimed it as >^llllk,V.3 \J1 -111. IIULIJ. f : ' Miss Edna Davis of Braggadocio „ cc wl " b = of tljsL>1 - v ™ v ™ wirc '' and Miss Lillian Nickens of this I 70 " Khes '" '«i?ht. siirmoyntcd by ; city left a few days ago for Mur-1 several strl! ' s of tert=ci wirc - •". frcesboro. Tenn., to enroll in thci™ 1 r i lclcvsl = t.-.e west s:cij of the' nnptlst State Teachers collct'c I rcoiball tield, rcplacii:- ihe solid; 1 Mrs. Tom Brlggance and mother, ' voc den fence. Mrs. Wheeler sr- i Mrs. Idora Burns both of Ccote' cllre(1 (umis for thc erection of the •'pent the past week here visiting 'once by personal solicitation. It. hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. LV wl " bc erected during ihe latter i Travis. part of this \vcek. Brandon jr.. left Sunday on a bus- gestible. Now nutrition specialists! Mi « Vcra Warrington of Ken-1 Tlle sdl o°l authoriiies take Iness and pleasure trip to New! tell us Hint well-baked pastry is as|"ctt s i»m the past week here vis-1 mca .ns of expressing their appre- Yor kand Canada. En roulc home '• completely digested by thc normal thev will visit the world's fair nt healthy individual as any o'.her Chicago. i Mr. and Mrs. .James Lusk and! son Marcus SjMiil Sunday visiting i -. " •- lorm of baked stuff. King with Miss Josephine Van | c 'alion to the donors of the fund. CSeve. and with other friends. ini;. Tlu'v were called Iiome by Hie L tpendltig a w-ccl: v/itli hoi-, accompanied her here. Miss Margucrilc Pride, a monitor cf the hip.h school faculty al Portland. Ark., left yesterday for that town after having spent the cummer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jra P. Pride. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and nephew, Billy Slovall, sjicnt Sunday in Little tiock as Eiies(.s of Kir. Stovall's sister. Mrs. Jack Puce, and Mr. race. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Krocscr Iclt sudden illness of R Hill. Mrs. C.' II. 1 lowed, younger' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \Vllson, j IK'^nccd baker as much trouble as the crust. Good pastry is not just luck nor mere suess. Careful methods and accurate measuring are as cssenlial for pic crust as for any other variety of baked also arrived Friday. Miss Sybil Phillips nf .lonesboro spent the week end as thc guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Newton. Mrs. John Snlllvun. her daut'li- tcr, Virginia Lee, antl her mother, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, of Memphis,) ' the week end ' ' spent the week end as (suesls of ' ncr " arc several ninns oj pas- Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Sullivan and • !ry-plain, rich and puff or French. John Sullivan. : Tllc aver.isc pie. however, is mnde^ Mte Alice Gcorsc of Cairo. 111., I v:i "' ' ' """ " ""' Miss Lorcnr Millikcn is visiting . . . ., in Memphis as a guest of Mr. and T'-e ideal ric crust, is Haky ami . Mrs Jo(1 i. nnclcy imicr. In apnearance it is a Mrs Hayes" Gowcn of Osceoia brown color around thc Ar ^ ^ nl lho pasl wcek hci . c visiting in Ihe home of Mrs. Mat- .Ue GOIVCIK the mother of her husband. Mrs. Ray Blackford returned home Sunday after having spent the past week visiting with rela- selilom i;lve the incxi- lives in Parasouiri, Ark. '— - '- '-"" K1 - 'Miss Ada Richardson of Blythc- ville. Ark,, spent the past week here where she hud charge of the National Store in thc absence of the manager. Mr. Eidclman, who was In St. Louis. Mrs. Miic McGlnthy of St. Louis returned to her home lliere the last of (he week, after having been called here to atteiicf the funeral of her brother, the late Carlo; foods. Plain Pastry for Hcs There arc several kinds of pas- Sudbury School The following pupils o; XII-; Armstrong's third grade rco:n entertained the class wit-ii stories f'jr thjir opening exercises las: week: Berlia Snell. Irene Byrcl and Waiter Kirk. Tho 3B class entertained with a ; play last Thursday morning. The pupils who had parts wvre Billy j Wilson. Billy Cullison. Driver, Marie Hopper, Jack Smith, Hn- j land Davis, Betsy I3uc::an,in. Goo.' Workman. Ray Len Femicli. N'anuy i Hushes and Mary Jean Baxter The pupils of the iB biKiuse class have shown much interest in their study of "Thc Uor.H- Ftiir." a picture by Rcsa Bonlieiir. T..e pictures. "End of Day." by A<Km. and UBERTY CASH GEOCEES f An Uemiseri Cttsh Ki'sislcr Slip Willi Kui'h. 1'urthiiac | SViiilNKSDA V and ; ™L'1W1^ firm eny and LeRoy Chosnick, both ol, Hickman; Miss Margaret McCain I'*'r and J. O. Pstton, both pj Manila. I Im Moore, who is al Phillips will clinic there.] Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudson.! should be used, localise this return lomor-1 ilieir sons. Arthur jr.. and Jimmy.i ly determines Ine llavor been made Mr. and Mrs. Ij-o Morri-on and Mctbert Ileardmore, ol Oklahoma City, Okla.. joined Mr. and Mrs. Karl KroeRCr in Memphis las'. ami Mr. mid Mrs. Clay Hudson and! crust. Lard pr vegetable [at Is used Ci nald attended a family re- : «.-. preferred. nioii at Powhalta. Aik. Sunday. | The proportion of fat ar.d :lt>ur Mrs. Claude Hudson of Tupelo.' with the minimum amount <i! «-g ritv whirh nrtiirrprt SMur-i" flc eucsLs of Mrs. A XI. Butt.; arrived S-.mriay. called city, which occurred batur_ | md [icrbcrt Beardmwe. cucs.t-.ot| by the illness of their father. J. N'. ""' ' ' (Jolnrth. who is'.in a critical con diiion at hli home Lake. .day, September' 16. The Rw. A.-J.j Hill performed the service. Mr. and Mrs. FarnsWorlh i went to Oklahoma City today.i.Mr. : and Mrs. Krnciicr went to Chicago Mifs.. Mrs. John IIousi'. nf Corintn.i ter is of crcal importance. !;,r. ihe Miss., and Lowell <iii(nrth of method of mixing the incn-iilpnis •- •• —- " ' -••• • tl.'.o must be painstaking-,' ob- serl'ed. 'The' tendency tn mrimix the materials is usually ;:•<• be- OoldenlB'nner's worst fault. A pastVy - ' [blender.>i9 a decided he'.i> Mirs Myrtle Wyatt and Phipps. both of this city, were united in marriage Saturday by the Rev. W. C. Vanbibbcr. C * • Handlcy-SUIcnp The marriage of Miss Annie Stalcup and Roy Handley, both ot this Flovri' for ln - lr 'weymoon before going „"„,! to Oklahoma Clly to make their 'ncnie. Before tcrday Mrs. Anne Black. The Rev. Alfred 3. -••.itied to bu'iiness i Monday mornln?. Miss Alice GcorSe spent Sun-! novice. because 1L prevents n.,day with her co-.ism. Xl:ss Fclmu from 'warmln? and soflemu; her n;arrij.-e yes- , Salib.i. a( Blythevllle. I How to Add Witrr Krme . , V!>S Mlss | Mrs Cri , orgc Mairicjan,,, 0[ Dc .i The addition of water i< the spent thc week eiid -in St. Louis, whero they visited wlili n sister ot Mrs. Foster. Ally. Sam J. Corbet! attended . , Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ailcnbcrc' Enslcv city, occurred Saturday. September | mA Awf ^ l(:r R,, t h Ann of Mrrr-j Mr« 16. The ceremony was pciformed, p ,,, s wcrc gucs i s of M ' rs A Her.-:cd' fro by Ihe Rev. W. C. Vanbibbcr. |- C(!I ^. 5 (at hcr father. B. H. bevy,i visited Bcrcn-L»wson - C(!rg . 5 I yesterday. r lo lefial baslness in New Madrid Fiiday and Saturday, court beir.y In session there at this time. Lcachville Socle ly — Personal ;r tiekfeh point. Too n-.-.:rl- an'torl makes a heavy, tough AK^~. -ross , tl ... the mixture lightly, lisiiv- : .n ; ,cs- Miss Lots Williams has been cent marriage, was Miss Zenobia i "ure and adding water a '.::i; 0 ,, t a visiting friends in Kcnnctt. Mo. time until all thc par;::>> arc' Forrest Smith of the C.C.C. Is here for a ten days visit with his mother. Mrs. Maud Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Robblns ot DC-; , troit. Mich., is visitInp her father. Harv.cil at-jr)an Easley. and brother, Jimmy. V-empliis; xrrs. Matrlcianna. before her re- E. E Colcm^i ha> reliirn- i d'amix-ncU. Water must !-.• m Scnath. Jiio.. wliere slie' 1 " such a way that it i. :.ridcd .. | visited her sifter, Mrs Kirk Rol- 1 distributed among all the and ' nour-coated particles o! {.:: M. S . o . w . McCutchen was in Mrs F R Ltidwic of Oran ^^o i press Ihc dampened rd;. Announcement has been made ol Memphis yesterday luur.c. accrai- nwnt the week end with l, rr son' I eelhcr to see If they will s-. ihe marriage of Miss Lcula Law- to- If ran and Henry Boren. both nt who enrolled at St. Marv's schooV Manila.-Justice A. J. Lewis read M rs . clarence Vollmcr is in panicd her daughter. Miss Tteuy.[ William l.udwig and Mrs ;" L«eY- '! H 'cy remain apart, sprli!«> .-, ;ew -"- ' ' "' ..... " V -is Ihc service. * * * Hnweti-Monis Misi Virgle Lee Morus and Curgus Hpwell, both of Manila, were unilcd in marriage by Ihc Rev. A. J. Lewis. : * * 4 VhceJer-ColHM ' Hhe rriarriaite 'of Miss 'Georgia Collins and Saldon G. Wheeler, bolh of Manila, occurred Tuesday. Elder W. P; Plovers performed the ceremony., '. . .' " • . - : • • V* ' k * "' Hrackcn-y>landlnsli>m Announcement has been made of Mrs. C. Brandon jr.. >.e!t Monday! mixture. more drops of. water thir. lr .r. Hie . . .. . Memphis tcday v.uh her fattier. fn r a t wo wcc ks xint wilii her Always work as mnrk'.y M: C. Cooke of Luxou. who is ill j patents. Mr. and Mis. W. O. Me- 1 stole, reducing bolh at Ihc Baptist hospital Mr. and fon. Billy, Mrs. and ; Carl,-;:, at Sheffield. Ah., and her Arch Gray and • fister" Mrs. T. J. Licectt. of Col- Mrs. Lawrence umbln, Tenn. Burns, of Pcoria. Ill. have return-' Mis s Virginia Nunnery returned -•' home after, having: been gucMs j Sunday to her home at Uecring. oi Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and. Mo., a'fter an extended visit wllh rlher rclallve s for several days. her aunt, Mrs. John Wcstbrook Mrs. E. K. T-allmi 1 '. win became' H Saturday, was fatal to Camp-1 Wears Tif fe- : Vrar s 'old ' -'—' -•-- ^ Ihc handling of the iio:: : niinlrtium. Cold Ineredlenls and are.also important f.icics, makir)?, of lender, flaky \ USC^onc and onc-lia'.! n oiie-haU cup Ehortcnu.c. spoon salt and fo:ir i M cold water to make o:,r r; bell's clinic nt iilemphis yesterday,. ABERNATHY.'Tcx. (UPh-When I double crust p'.c. where X-ray pictures disclosed a i v m is Robertson drosses np he In•dislocated hip. She was placed hi'variably wears the faded silk twl NEW BEDFORD. X! a'cast where she will remain 1 for. presented him 13 ycar s ago i for! Manuel Rodcriwes i: six weeks. .playing Santa Ciaus at a Christ - ccived a postal ca-.d Mrs. J. E. Whitworth is the mftrrlfujc of Mlu.;Ruby Val-|al hfrr home on Walnut street. 1; mss parly. He has worn it 1 dress occasions since then. !•• and a half years nco • River—14 miles have moved into the residence Robbing has accepted a position with the Keich Gin Co. A rummage sale, held aSturday by the Unchville Civic club, net- ,uid ted S23 to be applied on thc club a house debt. Mrs. L. G. Byerley. Mrs. A. E. Robinson. Mrs. Stanley Hancock and Mrs. M. Johnson In charge. Mrs. Leslie Brown and little son, Mack, arrived Sunday from Joncs- boro hospital. Mrs. Newt Hipp will entertain tho Baptist Missionary society Wednesday. The program will be I in charge ol Mrs. Fisher, the Bible IJI'>— i Icacher. •i re. Mrs. Warren Clare and -son .1 f.vr- Billy of Marble Hill, Mo., were I -, Kail guests ol Dr. and ^trs. May field I last week. Malaria! Banish Chilli and Fever! T,i conriuer M.-il.nsia, you :nu:ii {io Ivra lhiiy;s. Mt Dcslroy Ihv ::i;-i:.o:i in' th L . b!ccd. (2i B:i;M i;;i thr blooi. to-oycrcotnc the r'U-u'.s-: r.nd to fortify »-:ains'.'fimr.rr :\:-'. Sack. ' Tlierc is one mcdici:!. 1 ilial, uc^s the.=^ MO things and i!!,.; L :;r<ive's Tnsleles.1 Chill Tome: 1 l-.r l.'.'i.cless nuinlnc in Grove's T.isie- Ifss Chil. Tonic destroys the i;- a . .srnl infection ii: thc blood v,in:: thc iron imilds i:p thc blocd. I-..IA:- 3ai:ns of jiroplo have cciifinrrr;i Malaria with tile aid of Grove'.; Vr.-.:e!ess Chill Tcnic. In adrt:i:on 10 orin5 a noted remedy (or Ma- .ati.i. it is also MI excellent tonic c^ ^sneral u?e. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Is pleasant to take .nid intnins nothing haimful. Even lildrcn like it and they can take s.-.lely. Tor sale by all stores. —Adv. •; PORK & BEANS Tin-nil) 01 Siuslard Fresh, flomc'Grown. Pound As I'relly As Vim Kvt-i Saw No Scrubs, i'diintl 5TARD .Martn (Jn:irl 1 !-()/. J; iSia V; ; 7 POPICHOPS (: C6SN TjbbJ unlcr C.u(-.-. Nirc ''utntl , ?;€ (!i)unlry Ccnlleman NIL 2 (.'an OVALT1E BEANS Xavv O AT>D A TP Uciiutiful Hard Grctn Huads io (rust. :"- (bur, 1-2 tea- '.«p"0ns ;i;;-iuch Shop and Parts Dept. open 'til 10 p. m. every night Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co., SALT MEAT Armour's Star 1-1,1). Oirfnu ii'JSl Huilini; I'litintl I'lenly nf .Mi>:i( I'ouiul e IMS. I.-K-; <;is. - Tridc of Memphis. Krcsli Daily. 1T)c; 2 l,bs. APPLE BUTTER ' Mary Jane. Plain 21-1,1). Snck

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