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MOB TWO . "(AUK.) COURIER NEWS Crc bocwi Cttadtt ,_.'»)W J-i-VauWwisl Worn- tm> club hv,!. 1 ; q'l.ner meellnj »i Gott Hotel QiulS&f »nd. Professional WQ- inejiv club having .dinner meeting at Golf Hotel, a JQ p in W M S. Urst Muflwjlii Uiurcli iat«tln$ at church, 3.SO pm Cirete I, 3 and 4 of W r.f U. First baptist church meeting at church; circle 3 with Mrs. ixmls Wilson. Woniah's Counll, First Christian churea meeting *"fl Mrs.- W. W. 'fL-bSLiAV'S EVENTS .Mr?. Max B. H*'<1 having Young Mttrons Bridge club. •'Mrs W 'D 'Chamblln having Tuesday Contract club. Mrs.; W. H, Mtnyard entertaining Wednesday. Bridge club. » » * V**W«^ * W 4* f W*l ^ hj Thursday; .tihagc cmo rn.cetl.ng wim ivirs It II Moore Mrs bmcll B lice having A drushit mint Tnursaoy LunQneon club Mrs, it A Lynch entertaining Mjw-weeK bridge (dub Mrs wroi yiuK'.'move luurbaaj contract club Business Women 10 have Uinotr M«Huj ciaa 1 itiiui-iu w the Business , uu n <";;>' 11 vt Honor at a oinncc ' ' . WITS u, b Kejnolds, cnairnian, s. of Pun- _ ffceto? oe , , ijiAUn 01 ruiaguuiu aitiiict inaii, utiu hugs maiy Cnlil- ), presiaent 01 the ParnsfliM cm-, wirl W «U?S[5 ' ' n« i\c», <u4ii.u Carpenter, pas- vui u ui: rirst Baptist' church ft?rt. wno spehi laat. summer in C.U1U4/1., wm \x- LUC praicipMi tpci^^ «r ui u i,iV(iam Oil iiulrnatiuiuu " i))« ivui^jiii uiuuu 0} th« Baptist irummfe Unicns In the Hr^t toapiiit c»iuxn uiu nsve a special ,pivijri*m amvdiy everting, o 45 on m«. tftfme ino S«uJ vflurcn' witft MIES Kuw hc( i 1 ago be ,Has BIrthtoy Partj iHaty <uui wauers tad 20 , 01 u«v ^wrctiis, nr 9n4 Mrs 0 .^ ni.i*r<t,, Jo ceieorai* her Uih tlie v gifts had been opmcd there were ijjries ;cc crcpni, cake iu canait» ^crc ~ t Class To H»TC ire? Open uoor £und»y school class of me p-lrst Mei«oaist churcn wiu 6 gam provide cars lor tlioB not ftavws transponaijon lopwr row MepiiiejS 61 i7ie commuw are Mrs if 1, Husband tciepnono 1U4, Mrs P i, >ox tciepnono 55, tan bnyctcr, telephone !HO j tbe^e will be a. guest siMm,cr -^ v ' « • 4 To Mr an """•«*'•"' MIVI^ ^w«u«41 nvuu^flg Ulf nivetsaty toftKjrww In Saa Fcr ando, C&1 a buWie? ten ycits ago He h a pi county, oc — is a ststcr ot Mrs J. X> JWOKU an4 an 4unt of Mrs Marvin Lame Bern. born Drew Saiacls-in Best of Taste Evangelist CHURCHES ——— gATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9,. 198C Two of These ^ix to Win 1934 Top Screen EIoii^T condensed milk gives un unusual lang and collajc cheese ssjad Hie liib one. 9V MAKV E. IM<JI;K MSA Bejvwe 8U1T Writer ,-„ Hsvc you a sama au-ssmg mix- chui W11V(; „, „.,.., m swr noinc? One uninc or- In (he order listed tn a maw mcmoci- of me fam- jar tigntiy ami 8,,,, Kl! > '^ *°L™ a *L™°™L. l °. toucl1 <°'- l*» «»'»'«». 'ine mix ; i-^cup sweet or India relish. "II Ingredients or rciisn in a uowi, seasoned, and wenci pt'l-iccuy, ji to can ior nls ar- 111 - 1 .,—,_,, ^^ .. , D >,. m vi ^^ u i tut utioie cprv «* ot ons, unegurs and season- inf. JTO Ueiore acrvinis mm a in J " . re acr Jiw men 10 CODCOU n tircsa- cnul sauce oj- rcus i Wl)l aijoia 101; ' , . . |; a you liuvc one" ot > ihose""of course,. >ou awn liveii sajuii orcfsy ltvn««. Ji you naven'i, 'men oii^m to suin triuuuig-u m'l.i- cr riBiii. now. 'inere ' is no spuri iJiit iw.vs rldicr <JU'l<l«i<ls la •nujuu lor cvwyiwiuy c'unccrne\i. iniu'i) uri. svveiiii 'mnnjs io ru- Htmoic aowt. , Sumq iifce un mi ot mem,. 44 i'ar oj i ; m; ccriii.ii, ocgin witrt game, yorii.c <s.tq Bin.ad : \rtiai imi is to hie. ^oii live to liuvc it icr zesi. uut.ior iloso \\nou have no guttle, i havq e;«pen5'' : pct'?al^ fiWMvltn ctwy-carrot .„,„ „ taiad, annoiign any, unnm % taoic gflins interest H su-vcd me dressing. i-ecipcs, and here arc; Jelly Sitlad Dressing : " Jj1 "" One-iounn uiji icinuii jtncc, 1-4 >.up mei«a mnu'r, & cup sweet- -ucu tunuensid njlit, 1 teg yolk, bw - grams cayenne, \-2 ivasiiuvii euif, f j ttqspoon dry mustard, l-'i nip tan ryu jwiy-sucnras curi-aiii; I F £ranbe*y, ,. . -,/• & '•['•'- I'Ut uu/me IngrcdlcAls except tie jelij h; a bowr and' stir mini lurou^my blended. • ii a uucKur Juffffiinicy is ivanwd, cliijl well. w o?iore servuij rttid. jtjiyi mix- is-,i.t in wun a snyer lure. TIICSC luportiuns mnkc 1 3-4 cups 'driss- "a ktoc \utn clicirsp and ptne- ipple salad.. ; miou^r delicious dreeing lo etvc wttit a ciwse. salad or witn ieaa lettuce ts savory chili Uress- i»B. ' • • Savory Chill press Ing One idiiftii cup vinegar or lew isicn lop uii The Hev. G. Chester Morgan of Alliance, O., will, open an evangelistic meeting at the Tirsl Church of the Nanaranc Sunday morning,-11 o'clock. emu oeiore This is pauiouliuly I'lMJKf.M LUTtUilCAN CHUKOH II. 1. Klelndlcnst, 1'iisfor Sunday school, D a.m Mornlni' worship, in' a.m. Sermon (hcnm: "Le.il We Rebuild ilic Tower of Babel." Bviiilng worship, 7:30 pm, s«j- imm theme: "Tlic I'crson of Cln-isl." ' Aihilt class on Bible fundumcu- luls Friday, 7 p.m. ; A cordial welcome IB i/xleutletl 10 you to worship with us. ,i;sus ..ays: "Hi; Unit l s of Cioci hearaii God's words. . ." jn. (j i .jy. LAKE HTRJJKT MKTHOD1.ST ciiuucii V. E, C'lKilfaiil, I'.-tsiuv Sunday services: School, 9-45 n. .n. Ivercon Morris, fiiperUilen- dent. C'Jitircli, 10:50 sun. Subject: "Three U's or Repentance." Young people, 7 p.m. Church, 1.30 p.in. EvtmgeHstic sen-lie. )i«dlo devotional. IILUN, 10:30 .i.m. Monday. Voi.ng People's Union at Osceola Tuesday evening. Eon rcl or ,-itowaru:i, Wednesday, <:30 p.m. Hoard or Christian education, iimrsday, 7:30 p.iii. ere tnn, a p«ii- c»l> whipping i-i leospoon sait-, i u-aaiiw riuii, a tnoiespoojis urtited „„,-„„. iiuiiai. V laoit'ijwons vinegar, j '--"•-•-.powdered Einaf, l,d ica- ofiualsc. '' lm *~ ....... crenni until flrni. Season with sal,!/ pepper, sugar and p,,,,. riKa aim -IOKI 11,10 Aad. horseradish and vnn'i-nr serve. He " r Bacon Dressing "**'' Three (h,n snces o.'uucon, 4 la- bles|iooii» vinegar, ",-a teaspoon suBiir, J drops tuoasco sauce, lew urops onion Juice. • _ Cut. bacon . in dice with scissors- Cook over a very low : neat imiil crisp. Stir',m-.vinegar"ami suaar, Hcneat and tidcl tamisco sauce. ' onion Jutce oj N'eas . Mostly Personal O. O. Caiuiill, representative'.ol ihe Prudciuiul insurance Company tf America in tins cuy, lins ue-ni iiivuta. 10 a ^uiea cunicrehco i" i;e ncld at tnc binniore Hotel, At- innin, Veoruarj, -,-li to tuarcn "l, m recognition : 01 his worK lor iho coinuuiiy. Tills is a incotnii! oi all tnc loading^ Soutnern rcp- re^entallvcs. Marcus bvruni, who Is , attending to uusiness in Alexandria, La., will return home Wednesday. iJoyie Henderson Is unending to Dimness in I'aragould today. uene brndley is attending to legal .business in Marlon today. iujS.3 Lrrut-e ivicrtiitajitt ivourued i.asc nlglit irom uso.oia where shiJ nas been the gue^t of Mr. una ivirs. rmi Oore. Slie also visitca . . Mr. and Airs. Guy Ronoius, ..i)i McFarlaml and riKST 1'KKSBYTERIAN C1IUUCH S. 11. Salmon, I'isslor "Boxing the Compass" will be [lie title or the sermon in [he .peMul Boy Scotit service ut T.'M p.m, at this church Sunday evening, when the, tvoop' of Boy Scouts sponsored by the American Legion will worship here as a notly, as pan. of Ihc anniversary celebration ol Uie Boy Scout movement. "Elecirocuuon and Elcctrilkci- [ion" Is the subject of the incssngc at JI a.m. other regular services are Sunday Church School at a.m. and Tne-Young-i'cople- i-l-tlie-Church at 6:45 p.m. FIKST CHRISTIAN CIIUllCIl Sixth and Dinin '. Eiiiiiitll Iiutictivoi.il, Minister Bible school, • 0-.45 a.m. M. T. Moon, Stipt. Who will drive the OILS this Sunday? Special objeet ^imon Tor the children ut iO:M Worship service, 11 a.m. Sermon', "It Is Time to Hepsnt." Special Boy Scout service at 6 p.m. with troop led by Ace PucSi- ttt as guests. Message "The l j er- icct Scout." C. E.. meeting at 5 p.m. (or a i' youiiK people, uniiren-night service Wcdiie^clay ti:M-8:30 p.m. - mid it's tnc secret, 01 a per- lect green saiad that ciicn leaf receive its snare of ino airosuw An these arcssmgi, ni'e spienoTa TOJ. dinner samos, aithougn ii •ou iiiaxc good sized cnccsu oahs to., serve on plneappic slices you • • —-.-^-- «• •-!•>. ».w m,i iv LIJI iJiiiPjinn jurcc, j,i cup saiaU oil, .2-3 will imd that s n ,aci ^atssmctory to *»»«,«,«.,«„ i OW c.r. --• swwteneU conrfensed inuk, I serve lor luncncon or wmpcr 61 Uie commiiwo c «*i i° lk ' > - tcaspwn sail, (cw 'ine green saiart with i,s , im,, Husband tciepnoire ^ rulns cajenne, 1 . teaspoon dry I clrcssine sees (viti, any varierv , Vftv tmonnm.n r.t; mustard l-ii cup chill sauce ; or.nie(it or llsh .cnlor high.school ili-uuiulic cljib •na JfcHj Jean AirhcK, oi Junior uisjli scriol ^tiss Aiiuck piayvu .nj role of the princess, Jonn 'trt> the clianceiior, Uobcrl Jonla, (lie/King, Uoiierl iicrrlck and junn rtins, soidieis Miss Martha Wlii- mU}ii presented ihe srou|>. . Mrs.'James "B. Clark, gave Ihe .• . . / " •*»"«**.«>' l«r life, which hiclml story o[ her murrliigc iq -~i ---• •---•- -*- "- " •• .«.m>,. iimij ui ncr inurriiigc u '1-nLl eh m 5 ? 1 ; ^L 11 ' '*'-. CO " C ««S KM- Ellgellf Jui m UOS KHQ%n Sn**rlff rtf TL^>t«4«-*iTt^ ^AiiiU , - savin «ithc wore: Mrs. to Mr and Mrs. Ptank KlntUnghom at salem '"is"the subject of the'pto- tnt.r Mate wtth ifts ycmle Stil- gram lo be given at the regular rJUif^ta^ 0 V !'! IU ' " 1 " e mccUtlg ot tllc D - Y- P. U. ol the first *jdpti5(, - Cliufoli lonionow rJght Miss Estelle Hawks, who will read the program, will also give Jtanldiu. Ktnti j MBS bhaver, «t- r, Bo « Chrbti«a> college at, Colum wa, Mo , (iaa betfi made a. mem i*r of the Woman's Athletic as- ioclation of lhat s*oo! , (lic Introtluctlon, and will «- Aisled In the presentation of Ihc-' by Aloert Rldin ss , Miss uessalju Blomcycr. Miss Lavcrne ' BUUKTS arie Training Unions ol a<«w uusaj tied for In attewtoaee and. th* Ar- groOp> won the clticlcncy li<u» v m*€tog o< «h« Mis- L0 u nt.y « T. U. ravelins Ants*y evenisig Beis a tew mi** mor jftin, Htvt Liberty Uie s-t -- - „ r -• t ••••ju ivikii;i LIU l OllllB rljnn, Lo rcn Hogan' and Misses o^ceola /Catherine waljwle and Mnrgarct Wt)OTC. tone Oalt P..-I-. ,\ nc P-T A. of I he 'Lone Oul; .chool met Monday atternooti with numbers and lour visitors prcs- t Following a brief business slo)i sa\eral piano selections -ere given by Mrs. Hulu" Davis . . .vussell l-mlltps, Mrs. J M Jont/- *nd Mrs C b. Stcvclis,' A\.V,V. i« H»\e jpcci a) .JlcctUi f ... A Soul Winning Cliurcli-Jcru- ' . secretary; MB. jj E. Hurgeit,. reportei-. Many Attend Uaute At tiic Country Club Tlicre were 175 guests at the evening at me country „ ,.. by Mr. antl Mrs Russcil Phillips. Mi-, and Mrs. Harry Kh- bi'. Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Miller u, lro« U! "r' » Ml ' S ' Hllntcr C ' Slt " £ ki, ,„ , Cf Mf> lllltl Mls ' Kou «'-i Hiinoroush. of Nashville. Tctin '"lubTIlm - Mr \ a " rt MrS ' Hl "-' K.UD). simrniB honors with ,,l M , ors wtn M ''and Mrs. Khnbrough were Mr. ami L. Uageea, who came . Mrs. Joh us 8llcsts ol [Mr. ami Mrs. Miller.' Otlicr'm'il of town .guests, were: Mr. and Mrs &"? ™ llbll »'- Mr - «n* Mrs. 'ilbuiii ,,,,,1 Mr. iin,} Mrs. FRJiE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH .End of Main ' Two ol the six screen notables shown above will be named outstanding him performers of 1934, one man - -" ""*""* "uun. mil ^i, HUIEJI;LI uui^tanuing mm periormers ol 1934 one urm and one woman to receive the-annual'award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the celluloid world's "Pulitzer Prize." The six on whom academy members have started ballotin" results to be announced at the annual banquet in Hollywood Feb. 27, are: Top, Norma Shearer and William Powell; large picture, Claudette Colbert; below, left lo right, Clark Gable, Grace Moore and Frank Mort'an Manila Society — Personal The Eophomorc high school will present "What Can Wb Do About Sally," a two-act comedy, at the high school audi- 'tonum Friday afternoon, Feoru- ary 15, at 3:31). • i-Merle Joliri and Louis Mo,, spent last week end visiting I Maxlne Poe. Miss Louise Kay, of Tuisa, Okla., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borowsky last Saturday. Miss Anna Tipton 7cft Sunday-lo. spend a fc\v weeks in Hot Springs. Rube Sago of Pocahontas is vis- lnss of Manila "'PS Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton: Steele-Cooter '••personal Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burton returned from Atlanta, Qa., Tuesday after an extended '^iit.wlth their aaiighter, Mrs. o. Ii. Cole, and family. . an , The REV. j. j. Dcnson or Mem- who wcre bitten by. a mad <log at is av rc- . . . phis, nnd the Rev. E o irom the Mstliodlst hospital, wnerc ctie rcccnuy nndiirwcnt an opsra- lion, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. West, IbUli Penoody. Miss Pauline Neal, who Is nl- tc-ntliiig Draughona Business coi- i;ge.of Memphis, is sp3ndlnj the hceK-end witn nor parents, Jir and Mrs. J. E. Neal, ' ' Joe Isaacs antl ton, Louie, aiia Miss Jessie Srltc, have rcturnco irom St. Louis where ihcy p'ur- chasAl stock for the Isaacs store. Miss Ida Mae Warrlngton luis returned from Wavcrly, Tenn where she visited her sister, Mrs' H. M. Allison. Osceoia Soaely — Personal Mary Sue Young celebrated her siMlh birthday with n valentine iwrty given by her parents ut Her home Friday oftcrnoon. Mrs. W. !(. Wclboni has 0;;c ,,ed her neiv Urauty Shoppc in (he back of the Wclboni Drug store Mrs. Wclboni has been an oucr-i-' ing an evangelistic me?tin= with special music and singin» ° I Xlie puolie is invited. FULL (JOSl'El. CHIJKJJU Lilly blrcet Ii. U. Mcntgoinerj-. 1'asloi Sunday school, 9:15 n.m N. W. Trantham, supt. Preaclnns service, Ji 1U n. aim Miss Prances Fenciier and Miss Dena Weinuerg attended the. Had- i.i,iir ;. IK ~ Mr mul Mr. Mr. niifl Mr. i»"gg While, M,.. Young and and Mrs. James Braxtan Mrs. Mrs. Gmlfl 'eyni ' . u v Mrs. Helen Walters/ The groin led ,by,M re . Ethel BUt- l ".^'"Its 5, Baggctt («att the pitsitlenfs message. Mte lolt Field read "Ten Commaml- m«.i«s, for Parcnls" ajjil Mr.'BiiR- " ? a ; c mi inlercstlng talk 'oh wool will I1icy:Be When They Oro\v Up'' • . "lid Mi-s. Hav- • S '„ Vey Baldridge Husbands ol thc.l'.-T.'A. mem- cers worked on tn c school grounds ,i»lay aim ti le ladies served dhi- " ' Clafa Uy Denibnsttalloil ' 'eyin moved to the present locution ' _^ Chark-s Uowcn, Joe Shippcn. f, C o Schrcik and George Uallmif i f ciilrrtaiiied 40 guests with a dan-c - . .>,, |,... the club room in the court r Vl r 'V, L ' C - !i - hous c Friday night at rishl L. Taliafcrro, ol o'clock. b P«*surcs Decrease of Alloys Scrvcd " l i CAMBRIDGE, Maw. Rtd . I*!"'-': wrc used - HI sfvcr candelabra - for the centerpiece * «.. * Huffman IV- r. A. Meets The Huffman P.-T. A. hrl.t ». noon . " "'« S <ii.y h mi • fitlendonce of 12 The nuilt.. on which • Wld> played '• oJujitccr liwteises 'ser ser gel food .cake during t ....... ' ral an' Hour 'I He busin W^BS!^^:^, >lr. and Mrs. William Ellsworth B iwid-.rW" years' old, 'respectively' they- hold a record for iteriaHy decreases tin- i ate „ :-ha'rrtcning, accordnii t o cxparlments mads here by n r • B. Van Wen, ot ihe 'lf;i,varci Graduate School of Ensineciini Pressures as lilgli ji^ 20 coo a i mcsprcKS were used by Ui \r^ ,Wert In his study ot "tl,,. „,„,',. structure cf alloys, u w ,s r, M ' n £ tnat thr. decrease in thp rL IS nge-hardcnlng was grc.Ti'vt' "i- thosr; alloys having „ 'luj,,', ni ^'_ niarked as the ley coim<- -.^'ihit alloys were used. As di- -n*,\ V,r ase-harc!ening Ls atsum'cd" i i ccnnccted with the •"*•«*»• n&,' "i m i vi/i t,ar v .-,.—. ..„».-„. 'ecemiy .and have.':bddii separated — president; ^trs.- Owen ° M V 12 lidiirs during'.'llielr nier vtce-in-csident; Mrs. Vela rlcd life. .. , i ,. lbjl _ atoms of the alloying IK", w slrategtc points in the u,"v,, ,.,.!° nl, Dr. Van Wcrt that the high prc-,.,,0 „, with this diffusion In tl'" Lcmprtssiblc alloys, ana tin celeratcs the age-lisrdcnino u\u-i trie proc- Keatl Couiler Nev.s VVam Ads p.m. Choir practice. T,,;« !;ly even'<•!-, 7 p.m. 7 p'uP' ' ne<!ll "° : r -'' da J evening, •A cordial invitatjoi: to ail who attcn citheo-j oei',?e ^ 1-lItST METMOWSt CHURCH W. Main and Seventh W. Y. \Vum;tck I'astor ^" r ±J^l. * «>Portmcnt . . who lias , 0 visiting his grandparents Mr. and [ Q Mrs. OIHe Dunlau, in Trimble, I Tenn., Ior two months, relumed \ country for hair Eiorne Sunday. Hc was accompan- --"• led by his mother, Mrs. Von Sawyers. general siipcrin- Morning church Worship 10:55 God'"' m °" sllb J cc '. "Obeying Young People's Leagues at 6:30 Evening Church Worship 7-3D p. in. Pastor's subject, -The Severed Branch." music under direction oi Mrs. Mcill Kccd. visitors invilctl and welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOf;jKTV Hotel XoMe "SPiltiT" ig the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will | )c read I" all Clnirclus or Christ, .Scientist, Sunday morning at n 0 - c | 0 cl:. The Golden Text is: "Where the Spirit, of the Lord is, there is liberty" (U CorintlilKiis 3:17) Among the citations which comprised the Lesson-sermon is the following- from the Ditlc- "For a< many os arc led by the Spirit or God, they arc the sons of God" (Romans 8:H», Ths Lesson-Sermon will also i;i- :hidc the following passago from the Christian Science textbook, '•Science and Health with Key to he Scriptures," l ;y Marv BJakcr Lady: "Spirit is Cod, and man is His image and likeness Therefore man is not, material; he is «nlrit- aal" (p. 468). A Christian ycience mossage t s Ji-oadcast every Wednesday at W'" e.m.-ovcr KLCN. FIRST <:niSHcTi OF HIE . Lakc lasl Saturdav, are , e ev. E o Roboms = c , of Poplar Biufl, Mo., are' coixluci- C( -' in "8 tlrc Pasteur treatment. ' ' Vlolle!;ts man wns ft ' £0 bitten. Value ofjDotbirt's ' ; v; " Tail Has Increased ; . CHICAGO '(UPJ.-lf old Dobbin dcesn't earn his salt in the Held, ' the 8 o,d stund- i«liJ iiiri cotbh.g the B . Upholsterers, . inatlvess "-uiiikers and clothing manufacturers are prepared .to pay a premium. 'A Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Moblcy and! well-groomed tail will bring from son visited her parents. Mr. and j 35 to 45 cents; manes arc worth „ .... from 10 to 15 cents a pound, and combings 115 lo 45 cents a pound. Eyes of Fish React To Types of Light CAWBKIDGE, Mass. (UP)-Different types of light striking the eyes of a fish cause nerve sccre Mrs. J. E. Rogers, in Hardy, over ine week end. Mrs. H. D. Alston of Leachvllle was here on business Tuesday. ft. W. Cowan was in Colt Wednesday on business, Dr. H. D. Robinson was culled to Canton, Miss., Sunday on account of the death ot his mother. He was accompanied by his nephew, John Robinson, and Mike Thiemc. Mr. Mrs tloiis that make color cliangcs in the fish. protective according Salurday. They returned Sunday with their daughter, Edna, wlio has been in the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis tor .several days. She Is reported much improved. B. S. Hudson, W. W. I-'owlcr and C. W. Tiplon were in Lilllc Rock business the first of the week. Miss Callu Mac Keen of Scmith, Officers of the Gibson Women's duo for the ensuing year are; president, Mrs. Hobar Konhcutt; secretary, Mrs. Bill Wmkins; chin! chairman, Mr;, y. u BiaeiiwtH; reporter, Mrs. W.. E. Taylor; treasurer 1 "a'ri(l'''llbra'nan' l - :i Mrs?i w; '• E Taylor. *' •• * • • The ladies of iho Cooler Baptist church jiiet Friday afternoon for. the purpose of organizing a Woman's Missionary, union. Witn Mrs. L. E. Cooper acting as chairman the following oliicers were elected for the ensuing year: Mro. L. 13. Cooper, president; Mrs. Floytl Wagsler, vice-president; Mrs. Hulph Ennis, secretary-treasurer. Wednesday of each week ww 'sal,- as Ihe time to meet.' I'licrc arc 13U.3C1!) physician:; in this country, in. active practice; 42,151 of these arc specialise, witn la,152 of the number fccin" sur• TOO LATE TO 'CLASSIFY FOR UENT Burnished apartment, 207 N. Fifth i street,! Phone 804-W, Call After •f -V. M. . :: . LOST Brown ; OVERCOAT- and trov/n Slovcs at- country club dance, will person taking' these by mistake please call Courier New:; 30GV • Eiiplia I». IlcMtcy. l'a s i or Sunday school. S.--I5 a m. E. L. Kvans, supt. Morning worship, n a . m t mon by Evangelist MOIF^II N. .y. P. 5.. ii.-3o pm. Evening service, i-'is , )m Sunday will mark the beginning ct our mid-winter revival which will be conducted O .v the Kcv O. Chester Morgan, .ol Alliance, o We cordially invite everyone (V al- lend these services Bamboo sometimes is ised to nakd irrigation pipes by Japanese natives. for Our BIG USED CAR SALE t Sate Money S house - Little Chevrolet Co. ^sas^iSH^sgBBgjgsS^ The nerve secretions act upon the ciarfc pigment in the cells of the skin of thn fish, causing the cells or to be aggregated at the center of th Read Cburier News Want Ads. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Pfionc327 1 i-EP-;>.y^ v.,

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