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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 30, 1935
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P4GB TWO BLYTHKV1LL1S, (AUK.) COU1UMH NEWS Snob? Well, It's O.K. With Her • Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENT'S Sunbeams meeting at 11 a.m., Baptist church. MONDAY'S EVENTS < Business and social meetings of the circles of the W. M. U. pi the Baptist church at 2:30 at the church. Junior Girl Ambassadors meeting at Baptist church at 4. Organization meeting of Royal Ambassadors at Baptist church at 5. Woman's Missionary society ol First Mdhodlst church meeting al church at 2:30 for regular business meetine. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Max B. Reid having Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. Floyd White. : City P.-T. A. council meeting, 9:30 am, high _schcol auditorium. Intermediate 'Girl Ambassadors meeting, Baptist church, 4 p,m. Stated meeting of Eastern Star nl hal!, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mississippi County Federation of Women's club having all day meeting here, city hall, 3:30 a.m. D. A. "R. meeting with Mrs. James Hill, 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Russell Phillips having the Thursday Luncheon ciub. Mid-Week' Bridge club meeting •with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs. J. P. Lcntl having Thursday Contract club. Meeting of Mississippi county Baptist Training Union at Second Baptist church, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Democratic club mooting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS f . 'Children of Confederacy meeting with, Elains Anderson. Daughter Burn. A daughter was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Mullins, route. 1,' at the Blythevllle hospital. Eon Horn. . A son was born this morning at the Blythoyllie hospital to Mr. ftna. Mrs. A. P. Brown, Manila. The baby weighs six and a , half .pounds.' - Expert More Apt Than Novice to Fall Into Weil-Set Trap KV \\lil. K. MrKKNNEV Secretary, American IlrMnc League The smarter Ihey are. the easier they can to tricked. If you nave a tricky play lo execute, don't try it- against an Inferior oppon- | enl; he would not. know what it was. It would only be a mater of luck if you not away wllh A good player can always he depended upon lo ptil, up (he defense thali will win for him in the majority of cases. With ttio Inferior player, It is only a matter of guesswork. Here's an old play Hint came up recently in a rtnplimlc match. South has n well-balanced hand lor an original bid of one no trump. The bidding from (here 911 is quite natural. West, of course, correctly refused to make vulnerable overcixl! of two even though In tills particular hand he might go down only one trick at u four heart contract. Wise players arc not making •* S C f, -1 V A Q 1 o S 3 * ion + 10,1 <5 Q 5 V V 7 « K 5 2 JS> Q n 8 7 I! 5 AK.1 10 V 0 fi -I 2 » A (j I 3 Jf, 1 2 i * A 3 2 V K .1 !l « Q J S 7 : 4 A 1C J i Duplicate — All viil. Souin Wesl \urlli Most I'IIB.I Pass uo ^ntertaiiu: Club. The.. Thursday Luncheon club .-as entertained i by Mrs. Byron Morse this week -when she used tulips and violets • for decorations. • Handkerchiefs went to Mrs. J. A. Leech. In the bridge games jvhich followed the two emirs , lunch. ^aughter Named, j Mr. and Mrs. Millon Allentor of Memphis havo named their (laughter Kay, who was born March 8 at'the Memphis Method- 1st hospital. Tli3 baby weighed five pounds and eight ounces. Luncheon Given Today. h .~Miss Mary- Josephine Hall was hostess to six guests for lunch today in special compliment (o Miss 'Doris Wilson because it was her J8th birthcfay. : — A pretty spring bouquet was the centerpieca for the dining room Jable, laid for a three course menu. . Alter lunch the "guests went to the' matinee at the'iiitz theater, pther guests were: Misses Belty iicCtitchtn, Mary Virginia Cutler, iDoris Dooy.-!;. Dorinnc Coulter Slid Pollyann Buck. .RcyKl Ambassadors To Organize. The s?cond meeting ot boys from .9 to 13 years of age who are interested in organizing a chapter oi ithe Royal Ambassadors, will be held at the Baptist church at p. m. Monday.; Waller Logan Is Jo sponsor this organization, which 5s a unit of the work ol the Woman's Missionary society, and urg- fcs all boys who are interested to attend. Executive Utiaxd Mccb . The Executive board of-Ux- Wn- Inan's Missionary Union ol Ihc ilist Baptist- church, met ycslcr : day at the home of Mrs. Odis Sheppaid. with, 16 present. It was a regular business and social meeting, with Mrs. Theodore Logan presiding over the business meeting. The social committee, com- 1 N. T Pnas 2 N. T. Pass JtN.T. -' droning lead — v S weak overcalls when vulnerable. They prove too costly, especially at rubber bridge. The I'lay Against three no irunip, West's opening lead Is the eight of hearts, which South wins with the nine spot. The declarer now has to count his Irfcks. He has made heart', trick,' und he has a spade trick and six club tricks; but that's only eight tricks, Of course, if West has the ucc of diamonds, the contract Is not Today's Contrnn Problem Tlio bldiilug was: Koiilh, one spado: West, double; Ham, two clubs; Mouth, two spades; West, threo clubs; Hoiilli, tlireo spades; North, _fonr spades. West opened Hie king of ilhiinninls East played llio DITTO, mill South llio four. Tho king of clubs followed nnri East played llio seven. Which nco should now bo led, and why? '.' * Q 0 5 v K Q j n i '.I 7 5 + 5 •! 2 --i Koliilloti lii noil issiio. '\0 BihoJ News Mostly Personal In danger; but from the opening the possibilities are that Easb liolds (lie ace of diamonds and, if he do3s, thai means Unit East. and West can cash a diamond and four heart tricks. However, against n smart pluyei 1 you have a chance to make the contract by playing it in the following manner: Cash theiace and king of clubs; West's len falls. You have to make it appear to East (hat West holds Lho jack of clubs and you need the king of diamonds lor an entry into dummy. So your next play is to lend the queen of diamonds-before you cash another club hick. Can't yon see thai, a smart Enst player will refuse to win the first diamond trick, hoping to keep the declarer out of dummy? Of course, as soon as East plays a small diamond, do not take u chance that he will stay off the second din- moiul, but lead your Jack of clubs, overtake in dummy', and be content with your three no trump. The ordinary player will never think of blocking you out of the dummy, but will win the llrst diamond trick with the ace, lead a heart, and defeat the contract. But Isn't that what, makes contract thrilling? The weak players can occasionally trim the greatest of them nil. (Copyright. 193S, NBA Service, Inc.) Henrietta Blylhc Good. Mrs. Eva Biythe Huriiin, Mrs. Josic Thompson Surtbury, Mrs. Katie Blackwell Butt; Mrs. Hctlic Karris Clilstn, Mis. Mildred Mitcherson Cutler, Mrs. Lyda Mitcherson Sheppuni. Mrs. Willie Scruggs 1 Archer, Mrs. Eula Scruggs Rutlcdgc, Mrs. Flora Scruggs Hocggan, and Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and Mrs. Dick Webb, were young again in tnelr playing of childhood games, and had their picture made. Mrs. M. A. Portls ,of Memphis, was an out of town guest. lug out, t!;e Easter envelope with suggested amount on it. PENTECOST HOLINESS HURCH. Rev. Lowery is the poster and will preach lM>lh morning and evening. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mr. Lcc franks is the superintendent. Leachville Society — Personal posed of .Mmes. John Buchanan, M. C, Outlaw. J. Uodgcrs, Odis Sheppaid. served refreshments, of salad, coffee. sandwiches, and Enlcr,[aiii Pricnrls •Mrs. .S. E. Vail and Mrs. E. A. Slale were hostesses to .twenty-one of 'their : formcr' school mates who vere members.of the pioneer fam- flies"of Blythcviile at the home ol Mrs Vail Thursday Mrs M. O. Hocggan of Toledo, O.'who spenl the lasl two weeks as gucH of her sisters, Mrs Eula Ruttcdre, Mrs Frank Webb, and Mrs Willie Archei was guest of honor -The horne was decorated will spring iB, and hinch was served at small tables placed in the sun room Following lunch the guest of honor was presented a tray of handkerchiefs as a tokei: o! esteem .Then the 'Belles of the Nineties," 'Mrs Mattie Long^ Richards, Mrs S E Vail, Mrs % E A. Hale. , and ^sUutr, Mrs M A. rorlls. ct r Memphis, ,TMrs. • I/tale; Robinson , Mrs. Daisle Robinson Hill, ' Rev. J. w. Moore, pastor ol the Methodist church, has returned from Memphis where he attended nn evangelistic crusade of the MelhodiM- Episcopal Chinch, South. Mrs. John Bearden, Mrs. .1. W. Moore, and others will attend the Woman's Missionary Conference at Newport next Tuesday und Wednesday. The ladies ol the Extern Star mil meet at the home of Mrs. Rutus Lovclady next Tuesday to 'start a quilt for the Masonic home at flat-rsville. They want, Ip be one of the first in the district to send a quilt. The worthy matron. Mrs. Tharp, .urges all to tc present. The meeting will open at 2 o'clock. of the Methodist church met Wcd- lesday afternoon at the church, 'or Bible study, with Mis. E. M. -toward tcading. Tlic following ladies took pail .n ths study oi the life of Christ: Mines. Floyd Smith, B. S. Corn- wc-11. 5. K. Gibbons, C. C. Mead, '. C. Counce, ami J. W. Moore. Alter the study was over plans were made to send delegates from each division of Ihc society to the Missionary Conference which moots at Newport next Tuesday. The «>• cicty will meet noxt Wednesday with Mrs. A. F. Pierce. CIIUK.CUES BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday school at 0:45 o'clock. P. P. Fisher, general superintendent, Misslonary cocicty meets next Wednesday. Pr.iycr meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. CllUKCH OP CHRIST. licv. Curtis Porter Is Ihe paslor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The lord's Runpcr will be administered al H METHODIST CHURCH. J. W. M6qre- is'the paslor. His theme for Sunday morning will be "Having a Mind to Work for the Lord." Tile church Is making plans for a great Easter day. The pastor Is cxpecl- Missionary Conference To Be Held at Newport LEACHVILLE, Avk.—The Woman's Missionary conference of the North Arkansas Conference will convene in Newport, next Tuesday, and will be in session for ihvce days. Mrs. E. P. Ellis, of Fayctle- vilic. is the president. Mrs. Henry tlancsworth, of Augusta, is the re- coidlns secretary, and Mrs. J. E. Crilz. of Blylhovilic, superintendent of supplies. This conference is composed ol 183 auxiliaries, with a membership o[ 6,805. Delegate.? from all auxiliaries are expected to send at least t'J'o delegates, or a total delegation of 3SG. Rev. P. M. Tolleson. \vlio was presiding elder of the Jonesboro district several years ago, is tlio pastor. Mrs. Fred niilhcrfonl, who recently underwent u mujcr opeiu- tion ill the Memphis Baptist hospital, plan-; to return home tomoi 1 -, row. Mr. Rutherford will go down for her. Mrs. J. T. Collins, who is seriously ill ut the Memphis .Baptist hospital follou'ijiz'iin operation, )> : unimproved lodny, Mrs. Lute Hiitbard spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. und Mrs. J. Ernest liaison returned last night from Ncv/ Orleans, where Mr. Hnsson attended lo business, alter having been in Meridian, Miss., for two \vccks with his father, who died a week ago. Mrs. Jcfix 1 11. Webb liaa returned from a visit in Memphis with relatives. Mrs. G. H. Cirear, wiio lias been ill In the Mclhotiist hospital, Memphis, for several days, i.s greatly improved and will return home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson, formerly of here niul now of Memphis, were in the city yesterday. 15. D. Strlblcy and Mark Schar- fjrou^h, of Memphis, were here lor a McKesson mcetlni; last evening. They relumed home ut noon to«.v. Miss Ruth Wilson, of Winslow, Arizona, is the guest of Miss Mable Fondrcn anri Miss Kmma KU- zabelh Bakci- for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Johnson will return tomorrow from Boston, Muss., where Dr. Johnson has been lakln}; (I special course on Internal Medicine-at Harvard University for ttie past six weeks. Mrs. Doyle- Henderson and Marcus ISviard were in Memphis yesterday accoinpanyiin; Mr. Henderson's mother, who has been visiting here and was en route to her home in Bells, Tenn. Mrs. Tom Howard left Tuesday for Iowa, having been called there by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Harrison. Mrs. W. C. Harris and son, Gordon, have returned from Mexico where they have spent the lost week, MI.SS Martha Lyn Noriis. has been seriously ill for al two wei-ks, was removed to the Blylhcvlllc hospital this afternoon alter her condition became worse. Robert E. Leo King is critically ill at the Memphis Baptist hospital following a major operation par- lormecl yeslrrdny. Mr. anri Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, who weiit down Thursday, have returned home foi a short- time. Oilier members of his family with him include Miami Mrs. liiiRli Nelson Thompson and sons, of here, Mrs. King and son, R. Morris King, of Pace Miss., his brothers, Sam King anr J. A. King, of Troy, Tenn. Mr, Kins; was given n lilooii trans- .furicn alter the four hour operation with Mr. Thompson the' dc- nor. why SATURDAY. MABCli' HES oinisTi/VN IJUUKPH «lxtli anil Main V. Emmett Kuttcrivorlh, Minbter Bible School at 9:45 a. m,, M. T. Moon, Superintendent. Worship service at 11 a. m, Sermon: "God's indictment ol Sodom." G. E. meeting til 5 p. m., Loyal Niinn, leader. Vespers at (i p. in., "If Jesus edited the news of today." Church-night program, Wednesday, 6:45 p. m. Why not worship God with us on Sunday? I.ofllly snimiig at rebukes show, hred on her hccauso slie snubbed Crances rerklns and o.i[jrcEsccl her contempt for Mrs, Roosevelt. Miss Martha fjams, above, of Berkeley. Callt., stands by her BUH3. She scoffs nt the snob charge hurled at her bec.iuso sho refused to be hostess at a University ot California banquet honoring Mtsa Perkins. County Federation of Women's Clubs Meets Wednesday Member:; of clubs in communities throughout Mississippi county arc expected, to attend the all day meeting, oi the county Federation' of Women'.'; clubs here Wednesday. Miss Gussie:Haynlc of Little Rock, assistant attorney general of Arkansas, and Mrs, Clio Harper of Little Uock. state probation olliccr, will be the. principal speakers at. the luncheon at Ihe Woman's club. Mrs. S. S. Slenibjvg. president, will preside nt the business session at 10 o'clock, following registration at (he city hall at 0:30 o'clock. Mayor Cecil Shane give tn address of welcome and this will be followed by greetings from Mrs. John W. Edrlngton of Osceola. president of the Forrest City District Federation ol Women's clubs. Other features of the luncheon program will include the reading of an original pfini by Mrs. F. p. Jacobs, of Grider, tho playing of t, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Tho Golden Text Is: "Thou, O Lord, shall endure, forever; and thy remembrance unto all generations'' (Psalms 102:18). Among the cijaUQns which com- Wise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from (he Bible: "Remember the former things of old; for I urn God, and there is none else; I am God, and there Is none like me" (Isaiah 46:9). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from (he Christian Science textbook, "Sci- cpcc and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy; "God is the divine Principle of all that represents Him and of all that really exists (page 272). A Christian Science message is broadcast, every Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. over KLCN Hotel No- LAKE STKEET METHODIST ' '. - A'l« : i Vewioii K. (Jlmlfiuit, 1'aslor j 1- ' msT CHUIIOII OF NAZAIIENE Eupiin H. IStislcy, I'astor Sunday school, Q:-!5 am IS L Evans, supt. Church, 11 a.m. Sermon topic- A Crusader for Souls" N. Y. P. s, G:« pirn. Church 7:30 p.m. Sermon topic: A Watchman's Cry." I'ULL GOSPEL CHUKCII H. D. Montgomery, Paster Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. N w Trantham, superintendent. -• ' Young People's mectln" fi-30 p.m. Home Mission' society, Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. An evangelistic meeting opened last evening with the Rev Mr Wllkins in charge. He Is espccialh interested in prohibition and will deal with this subject in his scries of nightly services at 7:30 o'clock for (he coming («-o or (liree weeks Miss Buis Northern, of Holland is pianist and Thorn Pete Trantham is choir leader.. Cape Oirardeau, April 3-5. fo|| 5V ,, US the business meeting the ipslesses, McstJamcs M. Frs Geitlnss, W. Gwinil, a|id E. Vaughn, served delicious iqji'csh- mcnts consisting of cdcoaimt piu and .ccflfce. ' i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ball of ^\U- ihls; Tenn., were here /Tili&tlay and; Wednesday visiting 't-|ie' : '. : l6r- ncrjs father, D. Q. Uall, '•'-" ' ''' , "An hour in worship will help a week of work." 5 a. Sunday services: School, 9:4L m., Ivcrson Morris, gcnenil superintendent. Church, to:50 a. m., Subject: "Us, Our." Young Peoples service, 6:-15 p. in. .Church, 7:30 p, in. Subject: "The Bitterness and Loneliness of the Cross." Monday, Radio Devotional, 10:30 1'ILGKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Klchulicmsi, 1'aslcr Sunday school and Bible class, worship, 10 a. in. sermon theme: "God's Children a Peculiar People." Radio broadcasts each Sunday 9 a. in. Mornlnj noon, 12 to 12:30 over WLW and over KLCN, 3 to 3:30 p. m Mid-Wcek Lenten service nesday, 7:30 p. m. Bible Fundamentals each -" 7 p. Wcd- Fi-i- We preach "A changeless Christ for a changing world." You arc invited lo hear us. MUST MCTHODIST.. CHUItCH W. Main' and 7lh W. V. Womaek, Paslor Church school at 9:« n m classes for all ages Morning Worship 1U:05 a m or alul Flcasurci Worship for Young People, 6:30 m., Miss Winifred Goodrich leader. Evening liavi lor the Mrs. Bennlc Blurtoiv and daughter, Betty Joyce of Ingram Ridge, were the guests of Mrs. R. U. Gilbert, Wednesday and Thursday. ' • ficv. and Mrs. Gasten Uuncan of Kcnnett were here Thursday evening. Rev. Gastcn was speaker at the B. T. U. Training school, Hugh Don-is, who for the past week has been in St. Louis attending to business, returned home Tuesday, L. H. Hollcnbeck of Sikcston was here Wednesday attending to business. 'Tight' 'Bike' Riders Not Barred by Cily's Lsjws SANDUSKY, o. (UP)-You can ride a bicycle here in Sandnsky \yhile intoxicated and not break the Patrolman chris Schlmycr ha:l law. urestal Ricliard CMufij.'td, 21, anduskian. Sai: Worship Subject, -rnvitallon and E.xhorta- Board of stcivnrds Monday eve""18 at 7:30 o'clock. Business meeting of the W.MS Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mul : wcck devotional service Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Hayti Society-Personal ••• Tile Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon w.ith a good attendance. The business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Bessie Fry, at which tinifl plans were made to attend the State W. M. U. meeting at Twice in one block Canfield had fallen off his "bike" while Schl- myer was watching him.' "There's not a word there about "dink a 'bike' while drunk'." he finally told Capt. John Hobart, So they charged Canficld with just drunkenness. There Arc MOKE GOOD GUI'S Of Coffee la Every Pound Of Four Leaf Visitors invited all services. and welcome to Spencer composition by Mrs. Oliver, of Osceohi, and j Blythcvitle School of Beauty Culture April 1st 1st Nat'l. Bank Bide. For Details See Mrs. Bcrrynian At Elaine Beauty Shop ; several other musical numbers. Lunch .will be served by the. Woman's Missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist church with Mrs. Ivcrson Morris as chairman. Reservations. 50 cents each, may t? niiidc with Mrs. Morris. Lunch will be served at 12 o'clock. I'TKST BAI'TIST Walnut and U-W famiduy school. 10:30 Morning worship. 8:30 Training Unions. ':30 Preaching service CHURCH sermon topic "individualism or. Nationalism " Evening sermon topic Manila Baptist Church Holding Revival Meeting MANILA. Ark.—The revival meeting nt the Baptist church is attracting large congregations each day. Borcn Infant Dies Missionary Society Will Sponsor Fashion Display The inlant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Corcn died at TJ::iO o'clock yesterday noon at Hie Blythevllle hospital. Interment will he made at Maple Grove cemetery (his nflciiwou at two o'clock. The Cobb Umier- takinn company is in charge of funeral arrangement,-;. Liixora Sociely — Personal ; Crosses. The Church message. "Three definite f CARUTIIEKHVILLIC, Mi)., Mar. 20.—A spring fashion show »nikr Lcc Tmniiifr in l!i-tl HOUSTON. Tex. (Ul'l-J cyric Policeman E. A. Uninmi't is to 132, who spent KM days in H ho>-' presented by the Woman's | ritlal and 23 day., in b«i at home Missionary Society in the Method- with a broken ici;. turned over in ist Church basement on Friday | his bod and broke Uic ICL; evening. April 5th. Local will furnish the garments, and [ models will also tc selected locally, according to the committee of arrangements. ' 170 Pounds Bifflrtl SACRAMENTO. Cnl. When George Stamp Mid. can't put, me in jail," he mranl it. The 21-year-old tancher was rested foi Mrs. Delia Spann and Miss Florence Rush have returned from a two months vacation spent in Florida. The members of tiie study class of the Baptist. W. M. U. met in the home of Mm. R. A. Kimbroush Wednesday afternoon for the concluding lesson in the book. "Win- ninj Ihc Border," by Una Roberts Lawrence. Memphis visitors for Uic week were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hires, Mis.; Carry May Hires, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bogan. Mrsdnmes Jcr>sc Brown. Russell Bowen. R. C. Lansston and Miss Maxine Brown. Thursday night Mrs. J. D. Hires was hosiers to (lie contract club of which she Is «»rs(s enjoying her hospitality. Prizes were won by Mrs. Russell Uowen and Bob Glllcspie jr. I'lHST PiiESBVTtnWN CHURCH k- H. Sahtion, Pastor 0:« a.m., Sunday Church school, =>• E. Vail, supt. H «.m., Morning worship. Ser- mpn^ topi,.-, "Covenants Old and 6M5 p.m., Voung-peopie-of-tiic- Chiirch meeting. 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship. Scr- mon topic. "The Third Word From the Cross." CIUUST1A.V SCIENOK HtKVlCES It"lei Noble "REALITY" is the subject of tho Lesson-Sermon which will be read m all Churches of Christ, Sclent- . DANCING. M it r-^ T* 01 "^ Cames.jing io finish raising the „ Mrs. Lizzie Carney Bart«Sale, Mrt.'eiice claims by Easter. He Is FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE PEI>T. IAONDRY Phone 327 for Details Attention Voters On aranmt of Jury Duty Monday iind Tuesday I will h.e uiiublc (o sec many of my friends but wTll^iipnreeia.te your consideration aiui support at (lie Polls on 'Tuesday. A. C. Haley Candidate for City Clerk enue laws. His '170 pounds refused lo deflate niffiricntly to got him past, cell doors. He a irmly, released on bail (h day. Courier News Want Acis Pays SPECIAL MEXICAN DINNER 60c Sunday 6 to 8:30 p. m. RED CROSS ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of Chiekasawba District .Chapter Amencan Red Cross will be held Tuesday evening, April !) at 7:30 in Chamber of Co.iv mercc room m City Hall, for the purpose of consideration of reports, the election of fifteen direc- ' tors ancl such other bimincss us may properly come Ijctore the nioutijjj'. ' The public is invited to attend but only Kcti . Cross members are eligible to vote. The following ciindiclates for llio board of directors are nominated. Vote for fifteen. Jf you cannot attend the meeting vote by 'mail. Scratch oil all bul fifteen names un the below sign your name and mail to J. Mell Brooks, Secretary Chamber of Commerce. ALL RliU CKOSS MKJIBKRS AKp; UHGED TO VOTH C. A. Cunninghani '/j. H. Harrison Dr.. H. C. Sims Dr. A, iM. .\Vashbuni .Jeff Roland Mrs. J. F. Lenti Mrs, E. K. Alexander Sirs. B. A. Lynch Herman Grcar Chester Uabcock Kcv. ,1. J. Thompson Tom W. Jackson E. 1). Ferguson A. U. Fairlield W. M. Scruggs Louis Cherry Uoylc Henderson J. L. Guard Ivy W. Crawford .lack Finley Robinson (!. G. Hubbard C. \V, Afflick «.' U, Hughes Hev. V. E. Chiilfiinl Oscar I'cmllcr Ike Miller Mrs. Rob I. Kirslmer Jlrs. J. A. Leech Mrs. H, L. Reynolds Mrs. L. V. Wise

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