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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 3, 1933
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(ABK.) CQU TUESDAY. OCTOBER a, 1933 Social Calendar EVENTS pelplfiiV meeting, 9 a..m., Hoi?) Noble. Emiood Cemetery association, Mrs. L«!tc Moore hostess, 2:30 P. m. - . • • • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. T. Obcrst entertaining Thursday Root club. Church of Christ 3ibk- study, Mrs. Bufpfd Martin hostess, ?:3p pm FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladles Bible class, First Methodist eimrchj hostess, 7:30 Mrs". Frank Webb Guild .Eleven members and one guest, Mrs. E. R, Mason, attended the meeting 'pf the' St. Stephen Ep|#XPpBj Ou.Ud at }hc home ai Mre.' Jojin BLytlic Monday otter nison. 'Mrs. A! G. Little, conducted the devotional and in the business BOS- sloii Claris were matje (or a rum mage- 'sale. On next Monday there v,il[ be an all day meeting at'the home o Mrs. Otto Mfthodist W«nen Hire Mission' Study Mrs. 'Xr 8.! Airfield-, led the mls- slcri' study afihe" meeting pf tlic women's missionary ; society of the Wret' Methodist church-'in a meeting' Monday 'afternoon at t)|p church.' •This was the second lesson from the home minion book' "The Christian's Attitude Toward Iiv diktries." .Mr?. J. E. Critz- conducted the devotional period.' ' / * ? * Presbyterian Auxiliary Hw A Bnsirttsj M«Uns Plans for'' a" luncheon and program'- for the -.fifth Monday In this month were mad? at a meeting ol t lie Woman's ••auxiliary of the JFirsI Presbyterian church Monday afternoon." '*" 'Mrs. James B. Clark, historian ulll be in charge Mrs. O. M. Gray explained the mission study '"Ambassador Sup- reiije" to be studied In" November • ' cludtdin II)C White Hoiise conter- cnce. A." B'oups Intcrralcd In c|il|d welfare arc n part of the con- cronce started lani. year. • i * Parly Planned. T/K Eillo,lt chaplcr o( he United Daughters of the L'on- ederacy will have a benefit brUlRO and roolt party October 11. :il tlic (omc of Mrs G. 3. Barnes. Mrs. Barnes aim Miss Margaret crrltt are sponsoring the pftair as their project for the month ol September. The finance rommlir tec lias been divided into teams with, tvo members Cor each month of the now year but the September (tain postponed its project un- 111 October. Money dorh-ed from this source will be used for the boulder fund, tills organization ha.vlng planned to erect bogWers st Osccola and Bly thcvllle in honor ol the confcd crate veterans of Mississippi conn ty. Mrs. James B. Clark Is president of the B rou Pi 4 • Sudburr P. T. A. To H»ye Ff<jp-»«n. A comparison of schools In days >f long ago and llvofip of today will in.ade at n program ol the Sud- >ury Parent-Teacher association tomorrow. afternoon. "These numbers will be given: president's message, Mrs. t.. C. ?oscy; talks: "School in My pay" Mrs. Iverson Morris; "JExhlblts of Old-Books and Papers' 1 Charles A. Stubbs; "Modern School Efiulii- nent" Mrs. J. R. Webster; "Modern School Books" Mrs. Mary Sp'ann" and'">Vl)ftt Is EUucatlp.n" L'. E. Tull. News ol Blytheville Schools Junior High School j Colorful Pep Class Visits Gin Held Last Thursday The 7A KngiWi class under thcj One of flic most colorful Pep direction of Miss Vclda Adcock mccllnjjs Unit lias, been staged at visited the Mahan gin. This trip the high schopj |n several years was made In order lo observe the j was the play, "The Mellerdrammer," processes used in ginning and to Riven last Thursday morning. Those pioniote the .study of cotton and taking part were: Mttchp)! Johns, its by-products. | Jane Koclilltzky, Margaret Snaver, In assembly the following pro-, nmnelle Bradley aj)d Wlah Bell grnni was S[X>nsorcd by (he group: Playlet, "Joining Hie Munchgiiseii club. Ogcepla Society — Personal Class Has lUUy Day Pragram Meeting. ,A- special program, Song. "I love a Little Collage* Sill euidc. "Biography of S. C. Fotlcr," Jessie Miller. "Dramatized Incident In Foster's J-ifc" by Billy Brewer, W. H. Davis, Leah Parsley and Jill B ur -j Ion. Anne Towitklns has urpn elected president of Ihe high school French club, with June Koclitltaky ns vice presid.e|U, Doris ptfiiglass, .vi:ere» tary, Patty Shane, treasurer, anO Constance Smith, reporter, Tlie name of the club (s "Le Cercte Francois" and Miss. Miller U Hie sponsor. The club usually meets op Thursday night. 7A' Bradley, Anna May Jones, patty I S|iane, Elizabet)) Borum, Sara Jo Haron" uttje, Bud Wilson, Marshall Blacjf- ard, Anne Tompkhis, Doris Doug- law and Ruth Jenkins. The c)l- piair wps a duel between Blylhe- vjllc and Osceola, which Blytlie- vllle won. Bits oj Netcs Mostly Personal TompliinS "Le C«cle Francois" cheer le:«ders by the high school student Ijody Wednesday morning: niith Jenkins and M. F. Brownlee from (he seiilor class, and Do|[ Harwell and N. B. Menord, from the junior class. These folir stii- ' with talk concerning trie rallying ol a Sunday. school class, featured the meeting of the Beta' Clil Sunday school cliss ol ' the 1 First • Presbyterian chu>cti : Mond&y Y even Ing at' liic home'! of the! teacher, Mrs. q M ' " Mr. and-Mrs. Msrvin Clmppclle, who have been in Tulsn, Okla., have relumed to this city. Mr. anil Mrs. victor Stlllwell. Mrs. John Waldeji and Mrs. Garland Morgan were called to St. Louis today because of the critical illness pf Mrs. Luther Williams, who was before lier marriage. Miss Wnlden, of tills city. '} Student Council at High School Organized The Student CouncJ) hus l«eii organjxed at |hc lilgh schoal with Marsljpll Blackard nnd Lucille Bourland as leaders.. There Is a representative Iron) eacli class. The seniors have as their icpresenta- ' vcs Sara Jo Little, while Ihc juh- 5rs have Mnry Spain Vsrcy. Maria Ann Lynch of {he sopiiomores nd Ira Gray of trie freshmen corn- icle the group. Miss Hardy is . VMrs.' Gray,' leader, was assisted by S. E. Vail,' super Sniendent of the Sunday school; Miss Leone Calli- cott'ind Miss Mary Outlaw. 'In ' trie -business session plans were taken up" for a "memory"' party with Mrs.: Gray, Miss Mary Outlaw, 'Mrs.' George Muir 'and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris as a committee to' present plans for the affair Ojher matters discussed wore a change In tlie devotional periods on jlpod transfusions Jiavc hoc" given icr. She is 'at the Barnes hospital. Hcqry Tl.Bi'aiicJenburj!, of Rcosc- ' spent yesterday Boyd. with veil, Mlrs W. R. Adapts is ill at Ills home on Davis avenue. Mrs.. Ma.x MJIl'cr {.pent ycstertttij in Mcnipliis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman rtni son, Elbett, Miss Ada Huffman and .Corn Crockett spent Sundaj Sunday mprrilrigs, the redecorating of the class rppni and the sensing of Chrjitmas 'and other pictur cards to bemused in African ' sipri work. " ' i•Mrs. pray was-assisted by Mrs. s:-E. YaU':jp;'trip serving of "an ice course to the 12 rocnibcrs and three tixue .(o „"-.. -r 5™, r: H»fe pox Supper, yrijl have .»'box'supper -„....,...., night' at the churcii', to which the public "is .frivited. ; • - • * C^Quri r x B. Y. P. V. AV.S'N To Miit Af Kelser Wednesday. Odjcsre p'f the (Mississippi County B.'Y. p. U. asFpcjatlbn for ihe new. church year will be elected at a- mecij.ns' of the group tp- iripirow night at-. Kclscr. This ij-.cetln'g ls,"bcing held' in conjunction with'th>'meeting of the Mississippi Counts ..B.pptist association nhich gpcnep; there today. 'The nominating committee is . composed., qf' Miss Pauline Pniitt. Blythevillc;. Mrs. W. H. Smith, pfrepl!) .and ..iDnleht Anderson, V/ilspp. :.'. ' J.' P. Frienci, president of the H«te B. V. -P, .17 ; 3ead Ihp .projr^m on "Looking Lnto Jesus'-FPr Power". Mrs. J U.'Newspni. Blythcvlilc. will' coiv duct ttje. dev.ptlpnai. Miss Luna B Willielm, Bljtncvilic. will speak on "What : Is ,Tnp: Officers' • Training Camp?'. 1 . and .an address on tlic general • theme -will be giv.V the Hey. "g. .3..-Go!e, Osceola A fcmoiutrattpn of B. Y. P. u organifaUoh"-- »i)l be given b; 'Mr.-PrJend-.wlth -blackboard illus trs.Uqns. ' This dernpnstratipn lhat taught,by E' E. Lcc of Dal 1 ^ fiel d secretary' of the • Sou then Baptist church.: at the Siloarr •—'--- state ••'meeting'.' in Stecle. Mrs. J. E. Whllwortli had as hci guests yesterday nftcnioou Mmes B. W. Thomas, p. M. Bonds, Gillesplc and Charles MlfTlin o Luxor a. Mrs. Whitworth, who has been quite ill, is now much ini proved; Mr. and Mrs. W. L|. Hornet an son. Jack, xycnt to Wlicnlley. ' ' ^-jfqr the week-end. Jack jr.. remain cd for a longer stay with his grant 1 parents. Miss Nellie Harris returned Sm: day to her lioinc in Porrcsl Oil after a three weeks stay with M and Mrs. FJoyd Wilson. Mrs. Ollie Poster has gpne Chicago for a month's stay with Yarbro church relatives and friends while ul- Cheer Leaders Chosen The following were elected os ad been the guest of Miss Gvaco TcFnr|nnd for several days. MLss McFarliuid accompanied her home nd later In the day her parents, Mr. ai)d Mrs. W- M. McFariand md eon, Bernard, and Charles rones motored over for her. C. E. Noel is in Poplar Bluff. Mo. \ s'lth Mrs. Noel who underwent'ani eperatlon there today. | Mrs. E. D. Ferguson will leave > in tho morning for Richmond, Vn>, lo be with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Smart, who is nuile ill. M r Ferguson may accompany her. Mrs. Smart's condition is not critical. Miss Thelma Munis, a nurse in Hie naval hospital ill Brooklyn, N. . dents 'will be In charge of all pel meetings during the year. Sudbury School Dining the wee(c of Ssptembc 25-29, faculty members move their pupils, orus .foom at, a time to room 303. where • an eye tes chnrt was set up, and each pupil vision checked. Those with -defec live vision have been iivstructe to ask the|r parents to take tliei to oculists • fof piore 'comBlele d agnosis Tills is enpeedinsly lijipurtant a their state of development, ni only because neiglect may' caui permanent impairment of vlsjbi but also because" eye itraln Is o ten a trtmeridp'us waste of ner\ ous and physical energy. Tests gjven pupils of the 3B 8")de resulted as follows: Arith- !ne(lc, Delorus By>d, Haye Sp.rad- |ey and Paul Sutherland made perfect scores. ' ; Sjpclliii. Dorolhy Foster and I}e|cii \fangruni made perfect Fred Prinkwatcr cud Miss Ba ill Presswpod, both of O.iceom ere married here, the Rev. L,. n olnn- saying the ceremony. • * Frank Orr and Miss Mary Hawk K>th pf Lepanto, were married i )sccola. Til* ceremony was said b usticc- of the Peace G. L. Wad Wni. McCIcnry and Miss L. fc aucette, both of Osceola, w c r nl(ed in nian-iagc by the Rev. K Myers, pastor of the Osceola Metli xiist churcl). Colcman Noble and Miss Dpr ithy Mui-ry, both of Kclser, wer uarrlcd here. MagiBlr.atc O. Waddcll said tlve ceremony, Royco Me Don el ai)d ' Miss Oc Trucks, both of Etpwat), were ma rfefl In Osceola. Jiu5ti<;c-pf th ''fact W. P. Hale performed th ceremony. , • :' •' '. Rev. ancl MrB..E. C..',-jjyjji? Sheddan, • and MesdataejB • Ada Bu «r, Ida Tuckeri B. H' ^OWS, ^. Rose. H. H. Brooiu. .and W. Toole will attend, the' 'riple Squeeze Produced the Valuable Extra Trick Tpday's Cpntrtet Prob)«m TN the followlni hand, (iwt -^ and W»jt etch have 100 hoiiorg. Soijth Is thp dealer. How should the bidding proceed to arrive at the proper contract? North: 4) 65 < 9QIQ « K 8 < 3 +543 Kasl: 4Qf 2 y A J 3 « 5 ^KQJ 1087 South: 47 >KS " 6 5 4 »qj7J +96 West: 4AK J 103 V82 Solution In next issue. Hayti Society — Personal picking up the oublaiul-1 in? trump aiv: discarding a email — i hturl from ('uininy. Kasi dls-l Ml ' s - Ernest Johmon WHS iio-u's.s carded a h;art and a diamond. lo l!le sti[cl1 ;lllcl Chaitc-r Ululj at Declarer's next play was a I 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' home Friday aftcincou. small hear! nn-: dummy'.s kini! 1 H "Bh I5orris -.nul W.iltc-i- Dan is •,VP£ vpn bv East with the ace. n •''etuined home Fiidny from Hi. East lel'iniF a diamond, the i-on-! I - ouis v '' llel ' u "irv '' ; «l 'KCII al- ti-iicl can be held to Jour oild.'. "-'UdiiiB lo business. However. U lotftrd tP Kasl .TS| M«'-'-'E''s. JPhn T. liucklcy, u. N. tlipush his natural rjlurn was a: !ir asliei' and Ally. S. I'. Oati's at- Miiail heart wliitli South won »illi! lelldc " to businebs in I'jrina. M 0 .. the queen. J ' Y ^ a> \, , South now stalled to uhiy his Mrs - Rothil Koiuy. Mi.-.. A. l-v.scl trades. On inc queen of spades I'''.«' son uf Warden, MM. K. K, West dropped a club, declarer dis- "!9 k «}' '-"^ daughter F.ieda of carded n smaP diamond from Liluourn. Mo., Mrs. Wado Hamra Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WM. K. the" Mlsslssippr'Oouiity' Baptist a "'" soclatjon at Kelser, Tuesday and' Amcticun Biittt '|L»iue Although four spader *os bid] discarded "he In the preceding problem hand, five was mad? by a neat (riple squeeze. In' duplicate toMrnament an extra ttick beyond 'coii- Is what counts in the final] v . ,, coring, 8uch p]ny is what pro-| v ', Kh diamonds. duocs tlie winner. Th* Bidding Fouth bid one spade, West passed. 'and North bid np trump. South went to three spades, Nortli b'd. three no trump ^and South went to lour spades. ' This definitely said, "Partner, I prefer to play the hand at spades anil do believe there is any §)am in duniniy. and East played a heart. Dn the seven of spades West |!l£.ved the cineen of clubs, duimny III': six of club? and East '(he niiw of clubs. On tlie l:iv. spade hoth sides w:re s<iueezcd. Wesl could nol let go Ills jack o! henrls or dimi- iry't nine would be good, so he le'. go a dvunniul. Declarer then nine of liearls from dummy and F-fist \vas squeezed. If he let go l:is ace of clubs, dmn- my's king was good, while if he A. II. ilamra. Bemiic Hamia dauglitcrs Betty Jran and Dona Fay of Carulhersville and Mew>rt> Williimi Khourie, HHUL uiict Fred Hamrn of Sleele were here Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. Wolfe Khourie and claughle/ Edn-a. Mrs. W. A. McDonald is cuniin- ed lo her room with malaria. Mrs. Melbourne Frye will Ix- hostPbS to the W. Nf. u. of the Baptist church at her home Wednesday afternoon. J. V. Daes of China, a Mission > ary to that country, gave an it; Hi a diamond, declarer j [cresting address at the Baptls'.' win [he last three tricks I church .Monday evening. William Shamiski of St. Luuis was here Friday visiting friends. Wednesday as messengers .• '- ' tne genres. English,. Dorothy Fosler .and Japk Delk HTp'lp-thc best 'Dories. ' nic lh - il:d ?. r|lt ' e ™ !m ' ll)c Of Miss '"'«'« Y., arrived inst night month's stay with her for a father. Htt|-vcy Morris, and family, and her .sitter. Miss Anne Morris. ' Mrs. Ilophlc Marshall and Mrs, W. Owen Bine spent yesterday in Memphis. George Dlllaliunty has rclurnei! from Dyersburi;. Halls and Rlpley Tcnn., vhevc he visited lor scvcra days, having gone over csncciallj (or funeral of his friend, Wnrrfii jr. Clyde tending the fair. MLss Marie Lcggclt ha? relurnrd alter several days y|sil i]i Mdiiphis. Miss Irma Laura Barnes. »-| o has Been quite 111 for several days, is [ now able to be up. Mr.-. E E. Stacy, who recently idcrwenl on operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital, is daily ;,Mrs.'E..B.-.Wesson, chairman o ttlejclilld-irtllare; commltlec of tr; An>efjcln Legion Ausiilar>- here f1!l;att«nd the':ahhiial'state mee ing; • of •' $e '^fhlU' House t conf creric at. : IJttJe.- 1 Boct>-^cd.hesday.. Otlic frcm fMK' who plan to-be tjiei that-.djij"are .-asked to call .Mr " IS . Prflctor • for registratlb b" that BlyUievilie niay- hav •reprcsenteUves' wtieth'er" with Hie R. D. Hughe Mrs. Ford will Dewey Ford, formerly of Ihl- city and late of Pass Christian Miss., hns arrived here to 1» con nectcd later. Mnicus Evrnvd attended to bus-j «.-,- l.i r*l^ >>n>ir)n>* flllfl T.iHl^ l?r*^V- ' k of i child ion of various' animals. The *fol- owlng children >rpte tire bes stories about animals: Jcepe Byrd Sdward Thompson.' JacX young Walter Kirk, Dp'rblliy Fraijk, Joj Summerton. Geraldlne Bishoi Emma Jane Webster, Roland -Da vis. Nancy Hughes, Charles Smith Elizabeth Davis, Hope' Whltwortlx Vivian Brock. Junior Anderson, Huby Holt and Upc Brown." A .number of pupils made animal cages, the best being constructed by Edward Thompson. Charles Burns, Nancy Hughes. Iicjic Byrd and George Workman. The following brought' animal pictures to the room and made signs for the cages: Leonard Holt. Mary •lean Baxter, Roe Brown, Jack Olark, Lola Fay Booker. Hoy Len Feiinell, Geraldiiie Biflipp ppd Virginia 'Wright. Tlie pupiU enjoyed (his project First'- Babtisl-'church, of- Oscepia. Jane Wise, ctght-year'-old.da.i}gt- ter • o f Mrs.', Aim a Wise, >• under syen t »!Riastoid f c'peration'Of 'RaptVt ho.g : pital In Memphis- Thursday.' 'Her condition' following ih'e"operatipn'is good, physicians said.' Miss ' Lucille Speed returned Ip her'horne jn Memphis yestirrlau after • a week's visit l:ere with" her brother, Thep. Snesd and his fain IIj'' Mrs. Myrtle SiKed. who''ac? conipanied her 'daughter here, is remaining for'a longer:visit. M/. and Mrs. A. Con way of Bly- IhcYllle were-SuntUyvlsitors in the horat of Mr. and Mrs. Qodi»y White. Joining Mr. .and'Mrs. .Guy Bryant and Henry Sylft pf Osceola in iie'mphis S.pndayat trie funeral of heir sister, Mrs. Roy Bramlelt of Detroit,' were Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed L Juinn, Mesdames J. D. Borutri, J, W. Cartwright, Braxlon Bragg, Herbert -Shippen and Chas. H/>se. Mrs. Bramlett died Thursday" at lier home in Detroit of anemia. Mrs. Btyant, suni.inoiiecl to her bedside Thursday left immediately 'but reached Detroit severa'f ;hours after her sister's death. She "returned to Memphis with the body Saturday. Fiiiieral services were conducted Sunday from the funeral home of J. T. Hinton'and intcr- ment was niade in Elmwood cemetery, Memphis. Mr. -and -Mrs. J. A. Moran arrived from Kansas City yesterday accompanied by Joan and David Swift Laney, small [.children pf Mr. ajid Jlrs. D. S.. Laiiey. Who liAvc. been with tlic Mofalis in Kansas City during the recent, serious ))(- nejs of their niece, Mrs." Laney. Mr. Moran returned' liqm'e Sunday night. Mrs. Moran is remaining for a few (jays visit .with Mrs". Lariey and with her sister,: Mis. L. B. Swilt. Mrs. W.'J. Clark of Granbury. Teicas, for;? .visit" with her daughter. : llrs. •' ira • riBht, ' and • ^ir. ' ' " J F nii LI H.-itcs and Time Kchedulrs West 1 rtmscnntincnliil uiul ern Air, Inc. I'oslal Telegraph i'-.isl I'acliugc i:\jircss Service 'CVII GOO The Play the spade West' opened a small club which Miss Nell Williams Announces the Opening of n KINDERGARTJE AM) .\URSKHY SCI At 3 Enst'sron with the jack. East re- tu'-n£d. ihe six of spades and, dc- A small club was When East played I niiig . as an incss In Claiciidcn and Litllc flock yesterday. . . Allan Wallon has relunied J. B. Crider i tercd the 6B g Mary Vau inicrcsti of the project, from Luxpr.T en iprovlnj nnd will i)r'ob3bly be from a vlsil in Memphis with her rciighl liomc Sunday. Her daugh-1 daughter, Mrs. Berry B. Brooks, (]lc gB r(K)|n Frances, spent and family. • ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. !'• Orr, of Pine! Mrs? Thi'nn'aii' Atkins, who hnb|BUiU. were In the city today en-1 «cn" critically ill nl iiie Memphis i mule home from Leachvillc where, -'-•-- - - ' ••--•• had been with M r s. Orrsl MiiS Mary unday with her. nmsazines to - w- Lttttige spent the r ,-, , , „ C. M. Buck. Znl B. J. aptbt liospital. is now mud. im-1 " 1C V nllrt *; c . eu . u '"" rf , "f* Thc follrt t'- n(tl1 «»rt sixth roved. Miss Marie Harnlsh, her brothej. Archie A. Anderson, wnoj fnAcs ar( , trving ou[ a my pfo " Jcct. Pupils who have their work up satisfactory all [lie week wll be given thj 1 last period on I._ day afternoon as a rest period, i During this time they may do any- wll ° thing that aiipcals (o them as long islcr. cr weck*wi,hj^ '?«"!£•, Hoiiston Sceoy of .Wnesboro was • - ' " " Mrs C. C. Ermqn.and .Miss Jcn- ')!c iRalph are in , Chicasjo where tliey. arci. attending ' the World's fair. , . : !:c jwest of Miss Ailccu McKinncn " ^Ii5s Doris Secoy of Joncsboro was the guest of itjss Irma Laura iembcrs of the Spcinl Club of he Immaculate Conception schflolj were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. Edwards ar.d llieir daughters Mildred, at their" home n,,, tended to business in Little ycilerday. L( "' l " f n ; Holland. Edwards, who at- ends Holy Angel's Academy at Joncsboro. was home for the veek end. Miss ciara Bell Gilbow. who nlso atlends the Jonesboro scliool. was a member of Hie party. no c» ni.LM^(,vi Ut 1.1LU [Ml tV, -.--;- - , Mildred Ue Norman. Mildred I ''> Jonesboro for the «eH-er.d ' - ^- and Mrs. John fc. McCorl clinic at Memphis because of -.,.. ma k c ^^ ^^ wh , 1( . Qthcr _ infccled hand caused from a sev- wiu scw mnl!e ^^ or read err cut in the palm. \ | Miss Alma GiilV.i J .e AKkeu had I Tllc tqul . u , gra(]( , ,, ns 0 ,, in|Md as her guests for the week-end a citizenship club.: The ofticcrsl Misses Edna Earl Wnrd and Ruth - Whilchcad cf Memphis. >?r. and ^Ir5. Louis Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandcfur sj>cnt Sunday in Joncsboro. ^Ir. and ^Irs. \V. L. Dolan were ifficcrs ire: J. F. Ellis, president. Vernpn Sanders, vice president. Preaidlhe ills. secrclnry, nnd To'mmie 3ean Ha teller, reporter. The inem- beis of this club will try tp'bo goo'd citizens, both in school • and 'at home. Edwards' and Clara Boll Gilbow re- ^- and Mrs. John fc. corlj. luin'ed to school In Joncsboro yrs-|»'l-.o ha« been at Crlslcbal. Canal ndinc the week I Zone, for the past five months, nave rcluriiert here to remain until the tcrday after spcn end,at home. N. F. Moore spent the weekend In Forrest Cjty and Memphis. completion of the postolTlce. ^!r. Miss Clara Ruble has returned Job. McCarthy is supcrinlcndcnl of this from several days spent in Mem? phis. Mrs. Margaret Dean and Misses Jean Fisher and Marie McLcod were hi Little Rock Mondny for the Arkansas examinations for beauty' operators. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox arc in "'. Louis' on a buying trip for the Ncv: Economy shpp. '•; Mr. and Mrs. Hay Downing of ._ Cairo. III., and their mother of ''. CaVullicrsville, Nfo., were guests of and ya. peedy^ Reedy, §u Charles needy and sister. Miss Stella Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Worthiiigton went to Memphis today where Mrs; Worthlngtoii plans lo join her daughter. Miss Theima. and .-.penc' the Miiitcr. Mr. Worlhlnglon, whc viil travel, will be in Mcnipliis oil the weekends. Ti'cir liomc .hero has been rented to Mr. and Mrs James Hill jr., late of Shreveuorl U. *lx> 'i avc anivcd to make their liomc. Miss Carolyn Haley, who has been quite 111, is now better. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury sr.. sjienl li'.c weekend In Tiptonvllle. Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. p. N. Luttrell wll '. j' , ml. rtllu l»lu. ST. II. »4U\m.j| iM, E. Z. Newsom jr..' of PantgoHld!spend tomorrow in Memphis where came over Sunday by piano for! Mrs. LutlrcU will consult her phy his sister, Mrs. Cecil Howard, who'siclan. The following Sudbiiry teachers visited Langc school Tuesday afternoon: Mr. Stubbs, ,\Tr. Morris, Mrs. Fry. Mrs. Webster. 'MI*S Matthews' and Miss Gray. A lllcrary society has been (ir- Kanlttd In the fourth, fifth and iixth grades with the following officers: president. James McMullin: vice: president. James Barnes; secretary, • Juaiiltn White: reporter, Mary Lynn Jackson; historian, Evelyn Sevicr. llcad Courier News \\unt Ads. Cardui fpr Young Worpep Showing lior strongly they believe in OARDUI because ot UT« benefit it has been to them, many mothers give It to their growlng'-np daughters oil their rcaclUng.ini- turlly. II relieves womcn'3 painsbr building up resistance. TryCatdull SWEATERS Sleeve.or Sleeveless Kor men and young nicn in tlic now Fall colors .... V-ncuk, Houiitl and Turtle neck stylc.s. $1 to $3,50 NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. In se/i E. C RfiNSO] LUMBER CO, os our representative in BLYTHEV1LLE We were influenced not only by the higlT standing and integrity of this organization, but by their keen desire to protect their customers' interests. 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