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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 2, 1940
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS m KI 11 Mrs. Dan Hamner winning high score among the guests. Mrs, Yot£ Whit-more was given \a lapel nament lor consolation. dr- Social Calendar • TUESDAY'S - EVENTS Bachelors' club , meeting 7:15 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Chapter.N of trie-p. E. O. sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones., Delphian; Pine "Arts meeting 9:30 o'clock at.- -Library. Woman's "Missionary Union, First Baptist church, observing week of .prayer, 2:30 o'clock at -ch'urch. .Mrs. James J. Pickrea enter- taiiiing Tuesday club. Friday Contract club meeting with'Mrs. L. S. Benish. Mrs Floyd A White having Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. George- W. Barham, Mrs. Fred Easley and Mrs.' .L. H. Moore entertaining with tea for Miss Laura Hale, 3:45 o'clock at Barham home. Berean Sunday school class, First Presbyterian church, meeting ..7;30 o'clock: with .-Mrs.' J. Nick'.Thomas. Mrs." A. G. Hall having Tuesday Contract club. ',: .WEDNESDAY'S''EVENTS Mrs.-R. C, Allen, Mrs. L. S. j Benish and Mrs. Jesse M. White ' having, party, 2:30 .o'clock, at White Home. ': • Dorcas $unday : school class, First Baptist church, having party, 2:30 jo'clock at church. "•Sisterhood, Temple Israel, meet- Ing 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. Louis Applebaum. : '* : . Mrs. Herman Grimes-"and Mrs. C.'.-B. Kettinger entertaining Wednesday Bunco club at Grimes Ohome. Mrs. G. G. CaudiH. having Town ; ADC Bridge club. meeting with Mrs.• = James Terry.. ' . :Sudbury Parent-Teacher - association rmectin 3:00 -o'clock at: school preceded by executive board meeting., at 2:30 o'clock; Bride Of Chicagoan Mrs. L. E.. Old entertaining' Wednesday.•-.Bridge,'club. : . , :..;;,THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' • || § • Altar ; Society,., = Church : of . the Immaculate ^Conception, . having bingo -party, 8:00 o'clock at Airier- icari.jLegion Hut. .- V ; , ' " . •'.', : -Miss : Jane '\AlcAdanis., eiitertain- 11 .'.-• ing Cee-Que; Bridge club. .: • .; 11 Mrs. x-Ed^ Cook _having: Double II- Fpur^Bridgejclub;^ -V : ';'.: :. \.': : --. -:-Ifo'sl : John - F..?'^Lehti .enteilain ing Thursday Contract, .club.''.'-,'.. ..Woman's Missionary j.Union,. First •Baptist' r'c'h'urcb,-.observing =week.- -of prayer, 2:30- o'clock; at church^ .; -Y-iM.- B. club meeting w^h Mrs. LaGronne Whittle.;;'. ; v-,-;.. . . .• •Mrj?--:G. -S..- Barnes ..entertaining .Bi-Mcnthly'Bridge club. - :; : • Club - 28 'having- dance at Woman's \club. .9:00 .o'clock. v :,-. Laeiies i Bible; class, First iMetho- dist -church, having Christmas •party at : church. • :•.;'. FRIDAY'S .EVENTS They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Smith ' and family in Wheatley and of Mrs. R. A. Pickerus and family in Pickens. Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., Mrs. L. G. Nash and Mrs. Eddie Regenold are spending today in Memphis. Hnrry Fritzius is expected to return this afternoon from Memphis where he has been consulting a specialist for two days, Harry Hearn is improving at BlytheviUe Hospital where he has been a, patient for several days. Eddie Regenold and John Grain of Wilson attended the Vanderbilt- Tenue.ssce football game in Nashville Saturday. Mrs. Byron M. is able to be up after having been ill for several days. Dick TJpton. who attends Union University at Jackson, Tenn., spent thc week end here with his parents Dr. QIK.I Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. W. D. Loflin, of Huffman, is a patient- nt Blythevillc Hospital. Susie Taylor and George Wayne Taylor returned Sunday from Dy- ersburs where they spent thc week end with. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lee. ^ Osceola -.*' Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. R. ,w. Anderson and children, John t Joe and James, of Paris, Tenn., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cos ton. They came over Wednesday afternoon for the Thanksgiving Crihfield and son, •Stewart, .spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDcannan in Halls, Tenn. Mrs. KfJJx Nicholson of Greenville. Miss., drove up Friday to ali- Mary holidays. Mrs. E, S. company her .sister, noun., v% in Mrs. jNii.s. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1940 Dodgcn was stationed here several' months with the Trinity '"Farms Construction Company in levee work. He is now supervisor of drainage work in Honduras for the United Fruit Company. They live at Tela, ' Mrs. L. L. Vand'jvvoort of Chicago is expected to aarrive Tuesday for the month, of December with her daughter, Mrs. 'Hale Jackson and family. Mr. Vandervoort will "arrive Dec. 15 for the holidays Mrs. E, P. Epstein of El Paso, Tex Marjorie Edrington Is Voted D. A. R. Honor CSCEOLA.' Ark., Dec. 2.-Mur- jorie Edrington, Osceola high school .senior and daughter of Mr and Mrs. Justus Edrington, has been voted the Good Citizenship Girl of the Oscecia school and will compete in the statewide contest sponsored, by the Arkansas Congress of Daughters of the American . , .. j . . a sister of Mrs. Jackson, with her » Revc ! ution Io win the delegate's son, Lee Vandervoort, is also expected to arrive the .last of tho week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jackson who arc movin° into iheir ' this week. position to the National Congress in Washington--in April;Miss Edrmgton is'editor-in-chief of the Semmole Pow-Wow; dent of the Journalism vice- . .. ^/ 0 j uitii JIC\Y iiuiiiu" ini.s week I — *"" "" >•••>- vvvtinuijoiu ^/iuu vice- came up from Memphis last week Warren Weinberg and Bill Oil U )residcnL ° r ' the Booster 'club see- to be the guest of Mrs. P. B. Hale, lard are out of school this week' lctary of thc Nilt| onal Beta 'c'lub is«M-o*a.-.r nf *,_ ,..„:. „ .. She \vas taken ill after arriving in Osceola and Mrs. Nicholson came lor her. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tuft of West Memphis spent Thanksgiving here with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. D. Smith. Their daughter. Janet Kin?. <;ame up Wednesday afternoon i'or the night with Mrs. O. T. Gosewich and the remainder of the I'.mc with her grandparents. Mrs. Belle Leach, of Pine Bluff, is here for a visit with her daughter, Mrs.'W. J. Spicer. and Lhe Rev. Mr. Spicer. Mrs. Eugenia Shontz has ic- ! with chicken-pox. "~~"|secretary of the Junior Professive Webb Greer, deputy sheriff, is ! Chlb and a tal &nted dancer, ill at his 'home this week. »-! Masons Will Meet More Names -Americanized ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UP)—Monroe county officials report that since the "real shooting" started »n Europe last spring, the number of persons who have had their names "Americanized" has almost doubled the total for the early part • jf the year. FOR HEAD COLDS ... rush out clogging miseries -rush in vitalizing healing air. ville Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. j Ben Butler, Mr. and -Mrs. Charles i Lowrance and Miss Ethel Briskey. | Chapter On Tuesday Night Mrs. Laura Prewitt Dunavam, sister of W. W. Prewitt and Mrs. Harry Miller, who has been'-critically il! in Methodist Hospital in Memphis, is improved. Among those goin^ to Friday night for were J. H. Hook,*.* >f the Royal Arch Masons will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Hall, it was announced today. All members.are being urged to bo present, those in charge .stated, election of officers . . . , turncd »•> ncr home in Louisville; ^dair Hook, Jack Hook, John P. I for *rr.. ..fl,^.. „ ».!..:! 1 _____ -;.ii_ -* * ' V<lic-n>' ~\/T',,.^ /~l..~*~ --- ~r-r •, ' ' ,. -i . Miss Capitola Whitworth became thc bride of Donald Veneman Cole of Chicago and' Centralia. Sunday. other accessories were in black alligator. Mr. and Mrs. Cole will return here in three weeks for a brief visit before going to .Centrals, •Mo., where they will reside. * * * Parties Honor jMrs. Donald Cole Two more parties in the .series honoring Mrs. Donald V. Cole, the former Miss .Capitola Vvhitworth, were given Tiiuursday and Friday prior to her wedding Sunday morning ai the Fif*c Methodist church. Mrs. Jiime-i Nchhut, Miss Marv aries to China, will be given in Lhe form of a play under the direction of Mrs. Nat'Britain. Special musical arrangements are being worked out by Mrs. Paul L. Tipton and Mr BriWain. All meetings arc open to anyone desiring to attend, Airs. W. J. Rodgcrs, president, stated. * >i. * Club 28 Announces Bate of Holiday Dawco • Another social affair was announce! for thc Holiday season today when officers of Club 28 stated that the club's annual Christmas Revell and Miss Willie Nebliut dance would be given in the Blue cijienamecl w : th a crystal shower ; Room of the Hotel Noble Fridav in her honor Friday night at the .' Dec. 'J7. iday nig! .NebVtuc home. .Sixtt'on were present j'or the ni'^air. Mrs. William Carder and Miss Elizabeth Burncttc were . presented gifts for winning the bridal and Mrs.; Otto Bradbeiry having Elm- P latc - r>fVri f1fvm<»f.Pr-v ooc J or«in( irxn .«* l-ioi't Mj'S . - . , As "Lhe'^gucsi '"of '^ honb'r entered, she - saw her .gifts'' which were arranged on the i«cc draped table. Later, thc hostesses sewed a salad j Colic -stbltz and his orchestra out of Memphis will play for thc a-^nce. -wood ' .Lost • Cane "• home. £ . .;Wqmani; ; Missionary Union',-"-First =j... Baptist •cfuirch, observing week of ;-J ••'.•prayer, 2:30 o'clock ;ni church. : -' Mrs. Tera. Turner entertaining J: ; .a : B- -C. dub.',. .,'._ | . !Music department. .Woman's club. |; sponsoring benefit bridge parly, : ; 2:00 "o'clock at -clubhouse. ^ ' , —^SATURDAY'S EVENTS ^ : : : Araerican Association of TJnivcr- ij , ; sity"-Women meeting 12:30 o'clock •:•• at Hotel-Noble. at her lrs - Maurice LuUrell had eight j guests for dinner Thursday, night m honor of Mrs. Cole. Yellow candles in crystal holders lighted the dining table. Rummy was played following dinner. To Have Parly On •Wednesday Aflcrnoon In addition to social affairs which have already been announced for this week, a parly will be -given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. L. S. Benish and Mrs. Jesse M. White. The party will be at the While | home at 2:30 o'clock. P. B. Joyncr, president, and L. E. Old, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs Joy-ner avid Mrs. Old will receive. Bits of News Mostly Personals Air', and Mrs. Maury Wadlcy of Tunica. Miss., spent Sunday 'here with Mrs. Wadley's mother, Mrs. T. J. Crowd or. and family. Miss Martha Leo Hall, of Cape Girardeau. Mo., spent the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr. Mrs. Brownie Story and Bon La timer attended a dinner party at the country dub in Dycrsburg. Tenn.. Sunday night. Hodgson Modinger. of thc United States Navy, who has been in Norfolk. Va.. is visiting hi,s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr. will be here mitil .Snturdav when Methodist ..Church is Scene of Cole-Whitwprth Wedding : Tiie First Methodist. churzli .the ^setting.",'Sunday .'.'.morning 'lor | Rcreau Tarty to .the wedding of Miss.Capitola Whit- I Kc Tuesday ~Ni$>u worth/'.-daugliter : .of; ; Mr. and Mrs. j Thc Bcrean oimdav school cia-s James William, \\1iitworlf.i. .and I of the First Presbyterian church Douald -Yeneman Cole, of .Chicago | will have its party on Tuesday ni-;i; .•and ..Ccntralia, Mo., ; son of Mr.-] instead oi" en Thursday ni*Mu°as aaiid Mrs, E. K. Cole, of Centralra. has been previously announced.' - - „ . c - Thc.Rev, E. B. WUbams, pastor The affair will be at 7:30 o'clock | cmc instructions as to where he Of the church, read the '.Service al at the home of Mr. and Mrs J wiu be stationed. nine o'clock. Southern sinilax and Nick Thomas. " ' Mrs. Dixie Crawford and her ferns formed a deep green back-j - - « hither, W. s. Honlry of Anuorel ground for arrangements of floor- j Give Riiitiday I'ariy attended the funeral of John Elmer baskets of white chrysanthemums, j -Miss Frances McHancy \va< niven ' Wnrk ™^- of Steele. in Poriagev»lle Gathedraal tapers? in branched i a birthday party Sauirclav iiis.u Sunday afternoon, candelabra, lighted the .scene, { at the home of aiup EliaabVth Wil. Miss, Eut-opia Whitworttv a sister } son by seven of her irionds he will return to Norfolk 'to re- •of.; the bride, lighted :-the ' tapers-j Eridac was Lhe principal a;viKc- •\vWle-Ear! B. Sny'd.crJr./oryarnfu, | mem or the cvp.mus;? Af,ev Miss £ ! M d '£ ;K>ve - You-Truly''. Miss j McHaney had been presented with Wliitwc:-th;;;wdre -a ./dusty • pink i her gift, reircshmems were served jersey with .black aacce-ssorips and ! ' •a corsage of pink rosebuds. i To IJrHo.sie.sscs Mr. Suyder used the "Bridal r For Bingo Tarty Chorus" from Wagner's • •••Uhen-.j Mrs. Karl Green. Mrs Dick grin', andMendclssohr-As ."Wedding ! Roberts and Mrs. Juhn Thro will. March" before and after the cere-{ be hostesses for the bin«o party I •roony.. /"Ave; Maria" was played Irnmsclay. nighl at the, Amcricaii i Mrs - Eci "- iir Boruro and daughter .-aunra the. exchange or vows, i Lesion Hut at 8:00 o'clock i - Miss Mai T Eii/abcth Bomirf at. Tne tnde wore a Franklin Oris-j The alia* Is under the air.-piee-J tcndw! a Performance of thc Fusion inal,of.Romance Aqua American j of lhe Altar Sociery of Uic Chur"h ' P!a - v in Memphis Fridav. Beauty sculptured j of the Immaculate Conception V i M'-™ Elizabeth Blyihe and Mw • slncuette .was accented by thn at-} * *. • ' ' 'Evelyn Blvthe have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Stout arc spending several days in Little Rock where Mr. Stout is attending io business. Utho Eiirnes, of Hope, visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes, over the Thanksgiving week Helen Claire Dickinson, formerly , of here and now O i Osrrola. was! thc week end guest of Wanda Leah I Mrs. Proctor to Speak Mrs. Bess Proctor, former resl-, dent of Blytheville but now connected with the State Welfare Department, is to be thc principal speaker at the December meeting of the Osceola Progressive Club scheduled to meet in the home of Mrs. W. J. Driver Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Bryan is the leader of the program on Public Welfare in which all members are urged to respond to roll call with "new discoveries which meet human needs." Mrs. John W. Edrington. president,, will hear reports of all department chairmen in the business session. Hostesses are to be Mrs. H. J. Hale. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. Mrs. Prank O. Gwinn, Mrs. J. T. Fowler, Mrs. John Edrington, Mrs. J. L. Glascoc and Mrs. Susie Kciscr. *• * » Give Music rrogTiun In keeping with thc observance of Music Appreciation Week, Roy E Dawson, superintendent of city scools, used members of Osceola high school and the faculty in presenting a music program to the weekly luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club. Solo numbers were sung by Miss Jean Chiles: saxophone trio by John p. Keiser. Eddie Banks and James Lancy; mixed quartet num- ocrs sung by Miss Crcnor Hale, Miss Lena A very. B. W. Packard and •fehn P. Kciscr, Miss Sarah Pearl Boland, a member of the faculty, accunipanicd the numbers. • . . •* * * Gives ISuffct 'Supper Mrs. Charles E. .Sullengcf -\va.s lio.stess to L2 boys and girls of teen age for -a buffet supper in her home Friday night in compliment tc three out-of-town guests of Flavia Driver; they were Mary Frances and Kathi'yn Lynch of CollierviHc. Tenn.. and lone Winton of Memphis, who were the Thanksgiving houseguests of Flavia Driver. Bloomig narcissus and potted plants decorated the Sullcngcr home for tlie simper and bunco party. Other guests included ChaVline Massey. Ann Porter Travis. Dick Prewitt. Billic Bowen. Billic Driver. Billic Reid.. Tonmiie Goctz and Bruce Ivy. « i :> Mrs. Quinu Hostess Mrs. Ed L. Quinn was hostess to | her two-table bridge club in her home Friday night. The guests first had .supper ;r Cramer's Cafe where the table- were decorated with Christnu cactus. Smaller pois of the bloom- -r.? cact'us marked thc places for the guests. Mrs. Hugh Hughcy and Mrs. Wade Quinn were I/no only j \vitii Airs. Hiuhey \viuning highcsi ' score. Ky.. after n visit here with Mrs. T. p. FlojKta and Mr. Florida. Mr. and Mra. A. G. Brickcy and daughter, Miss Ethel Brickcy, returned Wednesday ni-jht from a visit lo the Rio Grande 'Valley where Mr. B:icb»y has business interests. They spent four days in •Houston. Trx., where Miss Brickey was the sr.dst of Miss Ethel Jones and her sisie;*, Mrs. W B. Thorning, ih? latter was Miss Lojisc Jo:n:s oi tins city. Mrs. Louise Presson, member of the elementary school faculty, spent thc weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mary Thomas in Milan, Tenn. Miss Sybil Webb, another member of ihe faculty, spent -Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Driver were guests of Mr. and Mrs? S. W. Polk in Memphis Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Phil P. Burk of Bedford, Va.. arrived in Osceola Saturday morning for a week's visit with her parents,' Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Mrs. Burk is remembered as th? former Miss Catherine Harwell She was met »n Memphis by Jor- W. Rhodes. Dcrcas Jones had as her guests for the Thanksgiving holidays Catherine Fulkerth and Mary Sales of Forrest City. "'Miss Dolly Gosewick and Miss Mary Brown spent Thanksgiving in Luxora as guests of thc former's jsister. Mrs. R. C. Langston, and "Mr. Langston. ; ; E. S. Shippcn Avas a business Visitor in Little Rock the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Cartwright and children, James, Harry Vance and Mary Ann. all of Memphis, spent thc last three days here as guests of relatives. The Cartwrights formerly lived in Osceola. Little Sallic Travis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Travis, .was brought home Sunday from Baptist Hospital where she underwent an appendectomy a week ago. Her mother has remained with her at 'he hospital •Mr.'and'Mrs. C. D. Dodgen and sen, Carroll, of British Honduras 'eft Friday for New Orleans where ",hcy will sail for home after a visit of several weeks with rela- rives in the states and with Mr. xand Mrs. Leahmond Williams m :his city. Mrs. Dodgcn h the for- .ner Gladys Boucher, while Mr. Keiser, Miss Crcnor Hale, Mr. Mrs. Carroll -Wat.soh, Mrs. Nathan vVeinberg. Mi-s. C. L. Moore and MJ.SS Fan Nichols were also in Meini)his Friday. Rosemary Kelly is ill at her home T/ith scarlet fever. J. Y. Jones is ntill confined to his home, from illness! up Read Courier News want ad.s. To handle a head cold you've • gor co have enough a j r. Nose must be open co lee refreshing, pep- givtmj, healing air get in. And just 2 drops Penetro Nose Drops will instantly stare you on the "open- nose" way out of cold-scuffed misery. Used in early stages Penetro Nose Drops' famous 2-drop method helps prevent many colds from developing. This year enjoy scitch-in-time help—head oft' colds' miseries with Penetro Nose Drops. Laige "many-creatment" supply only 25c. DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIJG- BUTTER STKAK SANDWICHES SERVED Dud Cason Post To Meet Tuesday Night Dud.cason post of Lhe American Legion will have its weekly meeting Tuesday night 1 at 7:30 o'clock at the American Legion Hut. ^Following the business session, there will be a fellowship hour at which time refreshments will be served. LAST TIMES TODAY Closing Out All OIL HEATERS Extra Liberal Trade-In Allowance Paramount News '& Comedy Continuous Show Sunday l:Jn u.m. to TUESDAY BARGAIN DAY 10c & I5c: Nighl lOc & IGIRLS UNDER 21 HEADED FOR THE ! UNDERWORLD IJ j St. Lcnb \vher~ they visited Mrs. | Juanitn McAuliffc. They verc tractive leaf motif displayed on the j To Discuss Hans bodice and skirt. Shirred elbow i For iioHthiv Daru-c : /length * •--.. note. •-•'•••••Her had other accessories were- in black, i (.-;jb mc-inr it 1 rry-l. s —--i». * T • • - » I • *-*. i »**«., nt. 4 ,» v 4J.V/LV.I i>iu^nj. ^ "- - - - ..*-•*! n. n i laer only jewelry was .two-antique I The regular huMncss mcc^'.n- 'v"l I liy - Hc 5s thc grandson oi the late gold .bracelets. Her-corsage was of! besin-at- 7-15 o'clock ' p ' " ! L'. M.-Tanner. ;crchid5 .acd she carried : a prayer j " _ , , \ .M rs . Harry Kirby is expected io .Will Ohscn-c Hotel Noble. nnd Mnv Vir § n Greene and fam- j fllrs. Kcicly Hostess j Thr Friilay rid ye Club \viili an j acldilionol table o| guests playeri i in the new home of Mr.s. R.'w. 1 Reidy ou "Bast Johnson avenue Fri- j day nl'ternoon. Mrs. Rcidy ;i!so j complimented Mrs. Raymond Col' ncr vvitJi Uie affair. Guests were Miss Dixie Lr f . j Ouinn. Mrs. Tlicmns p. Uinoy. I Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Dan Hamner and Mrs. L. W. Walters Jr. Mrs. M. S. Wo.-ier V:RS Micces:;fu: high scorer for thc first award with Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to thc seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender, inflamed, bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your rlrugpist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis mbia Pidurt Novelty Short & Comedy tlSTEX TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 Phonc.Ritz 224 Phone Rosy Bowl Burner delivers hot soot-free flame at a/7 times. LAST TIMES TODAY , ns .was .attended by her sbter. Week Of Prayer :3yii3s'- : 'Athaiiei .Whitwonh, .who wore •a black,-crepe-model designed with Llie; skirt cf which was designed With/ an apron',-..effect. -Rhinestones accented the neckline • and thp ,iv-«~ «,-^. ' ._ -....-• . '! ~* j^i»*,Ti.i *VL i(n.:ti lUi'Cigil Sr"f;ll f^'l CCCS ^ nes Wcre i m5ssion work beginning tomorrow. Instructive and inspirational pro-grams have been arranged for thc afternoon of Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Leslie Moore. * Miss Cordelia Wilhite and .Mrs. H. 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