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PAGE TWO BLYTnEVILLK, (ARK.)' COURIER NTCWS 31 ARC] [ JlH Luxora Society—Personal Society Calendar Tuesday Tlic Lftnee P. T. A. Is meeting at the school at 3 o'clock ' The Maple Grove cemetery association is meeting at llic home of Mrs. E, F. Blomeyer. I The altar Eoclety of the church I of the Immaculate Conception is having a benefit bridge and rook party at ihe social linll. ; Mrs. Jess White and Miss Ruth Whitivorlh arc entertaining with a bridge party complimentiiit! Mrs. Thomas W. Milter, of Hattlesburu, Miss. , : Wednesday I There will be a dance ul the city ! auditorium sjioiisorcd by the con- ] Etegatlon of ihe Temple Israel. j Friday | The Music depart men I of the Wo-1 man's club Is meeting ni the cltibi at 2:'JO o'clock. Heads Players To Ilavr Dance, In vitallons "nave teen issued (o ; a unique dance to uc given at the city auditorium Wednesday evening si»nsored by the congregation of Ihe Temple Israel. Jhnmlc Boj-d Jr. and his orchestra will play for thc dancing, to begin at 9:30 o'clock. The invitations say that cotton clothes will be In vogue for tiie affair. Miss Margaret Mahan Complimented at Tea. Mrs. R. F. Kirslmcr and Mis. Byron Morse were hostesses al a t^a Saturday afternoon complimenting Mrs. Morse's sister, Miss Maigarel Mahan, whose marriage lo Mr. James Hickmaii Bell will lake place March 24. Carrying out a color arrangement of green and sliver, in; Kirahner home was brightened wilii flusters of carnations in silver baskets. Green carnations, flanked with la- pers of thc same sluuL, formed a lovely centerpiece lor the lace covered refreshment table and the silver service. The 50 guests were met by Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. C. W. AfTllek. In the receiving line were Ihe. two' hostesses, the. guest of honor and her mother. Mrs. T. J. Ma- BitsofNtws Mostly Personal Mi6. V. Ilalbucli relurncd to her home in Memphis Friday after a visit, with her son. Joe D. Halbach, and family. r. C. Wnnn led Saturday for Courlland, Ala., for a visit with Mrs. Wnnn nnd his fnlhcr. Mrs. S. n. Cariwhtcr, of Oscc- old, was In the clly Saturday. Miss Lucille Slu-H on motored lo Dyersburg, Tenn., yesterday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Page daughter, Einniallnc, nnd Miss 1'iail oiaus where Ihey vlslled relatives of Miss Shelton. Mr. Hr.d Mrs, -Jlimnlc IjSMltictlor family were colled to Obion, n.. yci'.erduy by (he critical ill- Mr, and Mrsi San: fiowcn WIP Memphis visitors Friday. , .. , E. A. Moffltt was a bus-ni-ss vls- liarenls, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Bran-| Uo , al Illiytlj Mo __ t - M3y . i011 - , , . : flcv. C. O. Hall, pastor ot the William roller, of New Yorn clly, Melodist church hers, is asslsl- has arrived lo be with Mrs. Potter lli|; llis r !lt |,cr in n revival incttlng and son, William Potter 11. a( ,,-„,.„„ lhl$ mck Mrs. Joe Cnrr Chapman, ol Mem-1 Mr . all(1 Mrs . Joc L Dean nna phis, siient (he week-end here o»'.damjiucr of Tyronza were the sucs-ts j business. | 01 - ^j r _ allt | Mrs. Louis Spann Mon- Byrou Mackay of Caruthersvllk-1,1^, was the tjnc.st of Miss Kttthtrlm 1 1 | Dorothy Reverie, Dorothy Snider, Bellyc Jean Wunderlick, Laverne Shoaf, Billy Shoaf, Uiillc Langston, B. O. Wilkins, Joc Anna Miller. Helen Cockran, Billie Wood, John Henry Reverie, leather D. Spicer of lilylhevlllc, Jackllno McRae, | Evelyn Mcllac and Herman Krwse •jr. Airs. H. L. Spicer and ton were Blythevillc visitors Monday. Mrs. Edgar Curtis. 02 years old, mother of Will Curtis, died Saturday and was buried Monday In the Calhoun cemetery. A get-logcthcr social meeting of the men of ihe Bapllst Bible class BRIDGE BY EUWAIII) C WOU-'K i Irngdi iniuie it morally certain to Member of Hie National Cham-! East that So'.i'.h also had held bii(. pionslii|i Auction Team j one diamond. Therefore, when \i\p\ This is the 13th of a series of 20! dcdanr .after cxlyuitinj tnimpj, ;' prearranged hands recently played, leads n small club and the kliiy of . ' ' test Ihclr skill in thc play of A pioneer tn the ilramnttc aria a! • Louisiana Stale University is Fan! nli3 J. Nnbora. fllioyo, of. Baton i rtoiigc. La. Slic orgaiilzeil ar.d !? now business malinger ot Iho "Little Drury Playors," etudont drft- niallc dance. Buddy'.-; niMiiurrs, icnor solos, were acclaimed as outbtandlng nliractlons oi the production. He is n brother of Mis. B. J. Allen. Educational Films Show Value of Forests WASHINGTON. (UP)—Tliq Agriculture Department, has releasfx two new educational films plclur- Mlss Mary Elizabeth D.nnlr.i 01 ! ' " ow Forcs!s Helena, guest of "Mrs. W. 1). Tan- solne 01 li! " v:a >' s ncr, and the bride-elect's olhcr sisters, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Joslah G. Fort of Clarksvillc, Tenn., and Mrs. Hoss D.-Hughes. Mrs. Elton W. Klrby and Mrs. erve" show: in which pro- leclcd forests serve by providing work In the \voods, In mills, al fac- i lories and In buildings. Thc scene: | arc from Ihe mounlalns of Norl! j Carolina. Harry Klrby presided at, the re- i "Uuburued Woodlands" depict fieshment, tnbla -add"Mrs. Otto thc value .'of saving forests us ui Kcchtitzky, Mrs. FiuiiMvoiih Black,' ll!d lo Mils. !> 1>mc aiui ulla ' v wil ' MJss Mary Louise Taylor and Miss I "' c; ns conserves of water; ail' Orncc Webb served dainty canapes. ns l >Inccs ° r recreation, cakes, nuts and mints with tea and • , Pacific Coast Tour Planned for U. S. Ban WASHINGTON, (UP) — A na tional concert lour extending to thc Pacific Coasl wil be mad; by Ihe U. B. Army Hand early next fall, the War Department has announced. It will be the first time thc famous musical organization has gone so far west. Mrs. Husscil Phillips and Mrs. J. A. Leech met the guests in the dining room. Included In those who called were Mrs. George R. Calrtoun of Rtdgetop, Tenn.. who Is visiting l-.er daughter, Mrs. Phillips, and Mrs. Berry B. Brooks jr., of Memphis, the gtiest-of her mother. Mrs Allan Walton. ol Mrs. r. M. llced, grand- if-v ol Mr. Lcdbcllcr. MUs Ih'llis Wllcoouon returned ,ilay ironi Parngoujd where she n-iil tin- week-end. 11. So;>!ilan, of Flat Hirer. Mo., jiinl the week-end ivllh. his fam- Georgc U. Matthews Is In Kanis Clly with his mother who i« illlcally 111 from n stroke of par- lysis. Mrs. Hives Alien Is ill al her ionic on Davis avenue from In- luenza. Mrs. F. D. Underwood and Mrs. H. H. Houchlns have returned to heir home in Lilltc Rock afler i visit with Mr. and Mrs. George \ltilr and family. They were ac- ompanled by Mr. Houchlns who :ame for them. W. M. McKcnzle will go lo Chl- 'ago tonight on a buying trip lor he New Mead Clothing company. Mr. nnd Mrs. noscoo Crnfton lad as their gueets Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cralton of Conwny. Mrs. L. B. Cambcrn Is « patent nt the Memphis Baptist hos- Arthur Palton Is visiting his parents in Ltt-tlo Rock for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Godfrey White, of Osceola, were In Ihe cily yesterday. A. J. Barnes, of Liverpool, EIIK , and formerly of this cily, Is visiting- In Memphis. He will probably come up here for a brief visit before returning home. Miss Jane BiicX, who allcnds St. Mary's school at Memphis, spent Ihe weekend nt home. Hcr mother, Mrs. C. M. Buck, and her sister, Mrs. Francis Carpenter, went lor her Friday. Mr. and -Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., of 'Osceola, visited lure yesterday. C. E. Atkinson attended to business in Memphis Friday. C. W. Altlick, W. n. Tanner, J. E. Crilz and L. E. Vantlcrford are ritlending lo business in Memphis today. Liuvler yesterday. Mrs. M. E. Matlock Is a pallen: at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Sum T. llardin Is vlsitiu;; In Mnrianira lodny. Mrs.-I'lnlcy Cartwrlght and children ol Oii-eola vlslled here .ycs- lerday. Mr" anil Mrs. P. n. Wood and children, o! Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. WhUwortii. parents of Mrs. Wood, for the week-end. Mrs. Rufus Armislcad relurncd lo her home in Jonesbm-o Sunday following a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs . ])ar i ie Bo ,, ds v , lls a vlsilor 'In Osceola Thursday. M. Uei'n.slcln was a business visitor al L?achvillc Saturday. Mis. Clarence Vnllincr and daughter. Virginia Ann, ol lilyths- ville. .spent Thursday in Luxora. • James Costen of Osueola was a Luxora visitor Wcdiierday. Mrs. Have Diehard.-; had as hcr gties: Tuesday and Wednesday, her sister. Mrs. D. M. Nicholson of The Junior boys and girls basketball teams have won four games this week. Mitres Kate and Nina Rodgeis who have bL'uMi atlenrthy school In Louis, returned to their home Mrs. FJIIlotl li. Sarlaln and sou. Jack, of Memphis, spent yesterday | here Friday. with Mrs. Bartaln's parents. Mr. | Miss Maud Littleton and Mis. nnd Mrs. Sam T. llardin. i Robert Asl:morc of Oiccola were James Edwin Criu, tun of Mi.:visitors in Luxora Thursday, and Mrs. J. E. Critz, is recover- | Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Dog;tn. Mes- by Cleveland's bridge experts, to ] clubs i.s overtaken by last's ace,; I Fan plays '.lie king o: spades, pre- j venting Ihe declarer from discard| ing a losing spade on the club suit; which can now tx; established. .... flcult hands. lodge hall. Purpose of the meeting was to stimulate more .Interest in the Bible class and church work. Forty members and four visitors were present. Interesting talks were given by the following members:' the Ucv. Kinsolvlng, S. J. Smith Herman Spicer, Rev. Plunkelt B O. Wilkins, Dr. O. Howton and Jack Majors. WEST H-J4 J-3 0-10-7 NORTH— DUMMY S-B-MO-8 H—5.2 D—A Cardwell Juniors Will EAST S-K-2 H—9 D—1Q-8- 7.6-5. 4-2 C-M-4 Give "Wild Oats Boy" SOUTH—DEALER DECLARER S-C-4 H-A-K-Q-10-3-'/. 6-3 D-9 c-s-e The speculator plays In bridge, il!C feats uhich capture th? im- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gi:!?:i hivs as their guest, Mre. Charic5 D. Me- Ihoy, of Fayeltevillc. Sammy Lar.iirum spent Saturday and Siuidiiy iu JoiirJljoro visiting his brother. A!~c a'.tendin:; tr.e state basketball panics iu-l-.l there. There !s a specie of ;-.!'.: nhicii- carries an umbrella of petals or leaves, when it. raiii^ agination cf the aspiring player j and stimulate his ambition to reach I I tlie heights, are all offensive. They I LAHDWELL, Mu.—The Junior! arc dcsicrjd to remit in one or class of Cardn-cll high school will I more tricks which would not be present their play the latter part j made bv just ro'.itiiic play, of March or early in April. It is n \ Tnc Gl , lud vlo!!ll ,, Rml n ,,, „„„ , wflT'n, n meUy I'"""" 1 " Thc: Pt»cs coups, the strip ,end ml 1 ! wild Oats Boy.' find is being di from scarlet fever. Mrs. E. B. Lloyd Chosen lo Head GosneJl P. T. A, dames Sun Drown and Charles Turner attended thc Methodist Mis- ineeluii; In Memphis Fri- ;nonary day. Mcse Sliman is moving his wholesale house lo his building on Main st. With the. help of Red Cross laborers, the school grounds have iccled by Miss Elizabeth Johnson. Thc play is the story of a certain young man who must go to bed at, eight o'clock each night lor three months in'order to Inherit a sizeable fortune. The cast is: Aunt Anne (Housekeeper in Un- le George's Home), Onie Hicklin; Delia tine maid), Helen Stircs; Judy (Uncle George's adopted daugh- princUilt of > in d nn i,\ I GOSNELfj. Ark.—Thc thlrty-tw.)' bsei^grcntly improved. Many loads ladies of the Gosncll community. who have been working in if dirt have flllcil In all the low places and shrubbery has been sc'. groups in prcpariim the free schiw! | ollt - Thc lvork was " nllcr llK lunch, met on Friday. March 13 i:: "gement of R. W. Thomas, one group ns thai was thc last dny i. Mlss Wllnioth Tennyson. for serving lunch. They broug-'.t I'" " lc livcnly-llirec cooked chickens a:ui J° hirty-onc cakes to supplement t!i^ i 'ootl served. Tlnce men were pre^-I teacher school here, was called ner home thc lirst of last \veek .- the death of her mother. The body of Joe Bowen. a for- cnl who did (he errands, etc., I.,' 111 - 1 ' resident of Luxora and ran of , ., . help the Indies. Many other falh- i thL ' latc Howard !•;. liowen sr., was ers and husbands ol the commiin- ! "-ought, to Luxoia Saturday from Ity said afterwards that they would have enjoyed ijeins a "flunky" where 50 much food wns present. There were 202 school children who wcre served lunch, thoroughly enjoyed a treat. The children have The children Little Uock, where he has been in a sanatorium for several years. Fu- neial sen'icK; were held in thc home of his sister, Mrs. Grover Thompson, and the remains car- ter), Opal White: ccok— |>erhaps), Patiicia Glldcn nan Muruhy tthe Letter Stewart; (Judy's friend). . Gladys North; Eve Marlin (another friend, more o:- less), Wilson Sellers; Eddie (the. Wild Oats boy). John O. Cunningham; Jake Pe'.crs Uhc cousui from New York), Alfred Shruin; Prue (the cousin from thci country;, Iluby Stlres; Chuck lieiitoii tex-prlzc lighter's dourfni, Jess Ri?hey; Trout (Pruc's pestif- crods. son), Wcldon McCotnb;/ Beth' (the uncle from Maine), Earl Flee- nittii; Mose (Uncle George's dark- pcllcs coups, the strip tqueiY.? pluys and those card 11 iu clivers based on the pri developing rc-en'.ries ii comprise ail these stereo \p d strategical operations on the (if fensc—for those Hashes ol in>pir-! alion which lead lo bis sv.'inss, I while still restricted in comparison lo ll!,3 opportunities afforded in the bidding—U much greater lhan for! Ihe offciibe. The experts know that a great defensive player must also | nc a master of off?ns!vi> tactics, file contrary does not hold true. In tin.' hand illustrated today, H was Maurice Maschkc of Cleveland who rose 'to the occiision. South, the deal;r, obtained the contract with a pre-emptive bid of four hearts. West, of course, opened Ihe diamond king, which fel'. i toi'thc -sliigleton'atc: '•'•'•'•' T.li3 fall of declarer's nine spot coupled vMth his own extreme First—in the dough. Then in ilie oven. Vou can b? ;ur of perlecl bakinss in using completed servanl), vis. Raymond Da- New receiving such i riccl '° " 1S Calhoun cemetery for j burial Services were conduclcd by C. O. Hall and Rev. p. B. his splendid cooperution and work „' • of l«r tour includes Chicago, Mlnneaiiolis, Officers Elecled. j Itinerary Officers of Ihe Christian Kndeav- I I'lttslnirgh, or society of the Kirst Presbyterian I an ^ eilies en the muin line of the church, elected In a business meet- i Northern Pacific Railroad lo Seating' Friday night, were- Marsh M~ I llo; thence lo cities in Oregon. Callaway jr.. president- Miss Jen- i Washington, and California. Hie' Wren q.llahunty, vice nresi- c: ' 5lvvi>r i i ™ thc Southern Pacific /1nii+-- \«s— T :__ A . thmiioli Arlvniln >J^n? \li«vlrr\ Tt>v- dent; Miss IXHIISC fbobyns, secretary; Miss Jeanne Harrison, treasurer. t h "»'8'> Arizona. Njw Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. The trip will be made during Scplcm- •In the social hour which followed I Ucr :UKl Octccc1 '' delightful games were enjoyed un- _ _ der the supervision of Mrs. Fred I Lourt Asked to Oust Sandefur. Saint Patrick decorations were used In the social rooms of the church. Gold Fish Fisherman Miss Mabel Hogan, who has been .1 Ihe home of Urs. Carl and Edna •ill's for several weeks for Ivcat- nenl. was removed to her home to-1 j Mesdamcs Ray Graham, Alvin Wunderlick and Fosler Yalcs were Memphis visitors Friday. Miss Elizabeth Slimnn. W!KK has been attending school in Jaclisoji. community closer togelher. By L,;- | ^llrs. ^"^mw?™" 1 *' ^' Mrs. William Wimtltrlick nnd daughter, of Blytlicvlllc, wore the guests of M^r. and Mrs. M c. Cooke Friday. Mrs. Htrman Spicer t-nlcrlainei a number of youngsters in her home Friday afternoon honoring th,^ ath biithday of her son, Hcr- niun jr. Games auc! amusemcnls the ladles who picpared and served the food. The ladies have bee:i glad to do the work for the schoi-!. : They feel thai the lunch lias ter.i i an asset iu bringing the school a:td Ing in dally contact with ti;c clnl- j dren there has been a g:owlti of school spirit and undcritimiling ol I school needs. In order lo continue as a srciip lo help the school and the cjm- i numlty the ladles decided to organize a P. T. A. Alter the reiving of tile lunch they met in the auditorium. R. G. I.-enfesty, thc siu-'-r- .cndcnt of the school; acttd as i 'ini.j|iivii<f ui (tit, iLilL lay. She is slowly improving from lrmnol - ar> . C ], nirmani ' | SEATTLE. (UP)—Indignant Uc Lcmplinicnt Bridc-niccl. 1 cause one of her boarders HIHUSCI Mrs. Harry Klrby wns hosiers at , himself when alh-g.-dly iiv.-brl.Med a dinner party given in Paragould by Ihhinu in hcr goldfish i>jw" Friday evenins, with her sisters Mrs. W. c. Wilbourn and Mrs. F E. Wilbourn, in compliment lo Miss Myrtle Raith. whose marriage to Ala v-ill'f k W *i' t ' ° f • Blrmin S'iam.! rive much enjoyment from the p.is- John, of Dt-xlcr, Mo.. Mopped hen• •• ' - se p.acc April U. ; (j mc OI - cns (ing n wcriu-bdcn !:o;'l: | lor ,v bricl visit Saturday cr.roulo i-clect has frequently | into thc goUUish bowl. Hi- didn't home from ,M<-iiiphK as the guest of .Mrs.. catch any fish, as the worms ap-! J. Kick Thomas jr.. ot Memphis. • iiarenlly didn't ajiiXMl li> tlie s:ol:l- spent the weekend will: hL-- parents. Mri L. H. UotlcrdilS'-. appealed ccurl for lhc i>rirl!o D u ui oils; T. B. Clemens appeared to de- .nflamalory rheumatism which Ims tcpt her in bed for aimost two .iionths. Luther Leathers has recovered from several days illness. Eddie B. Oavis Is ill from an al- tack of appendicitis- Sherrod Barnett, ot Pnragould, spent last night In the'clly. Miss Evelyn Blylhc was Ihe guest of her cousin, Miss Florin? Qulnn, in Osceola for thc weekend. Loy Welch went to Memphis today where he is undergoing an o]i- crallon at. the Melhodift huspilal. Mrs. Welch accompanied him. Miss Birdie Thompson will uo lo Little Rock today where she is to tttke n course in modern dressmaking. Upon hcr return she will be in charge ol a class lo be conduct?:! : by lhc Singer Sewing Machine .-h:n>. | Edgur Barnett, ol Tallulah. LO..I visited relatives here thc la^t ol | thc weok. He was accomjianiod: liomc by Mi:.s Anne Fisher who will i visit Ihrm. Miss Mary Ringer ar.ri brother.. and Miss MargnrcL Snide, a Uucher, actc:i as temporary secretary; The following officers were elected: Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, president: Mrs. fi. G. L-.-n- fr-sty, vice prcsidenl; Mrs. R. F. Temple, secretary; W. Z. Mcl-hce. treasurer; Miss Mary Hallmark, reporter. The organization will meet next Friday. March 20. at 2:30 p. m. in thc school auditorium lo select the various committees for llic various lines of work (o be taken up. E-,ery patron of lhc community Is invited to ntten dllils meeting in order th'at he may become acquainted with ihe school anil its needs and to brcouic a member. Merc enjoyed and refreshment, were serve:! to the following guests Dlsty Silliman, June Richards Catherine never!?, Louise Malthcws Increase Beauty With Mcllo-f/lo No more nsly shine when yo use MELLO-Cil.O Face Powdc New French process makes it sta c.n longer and prevents large pore Smoothest. ihK'il. puicit powde known—its coloring mattfr is ap proved by thc United Stales gov eminent. Never dries the ski, Never makes complexion loo jKis:y. but always youthful. Tr MKLLO-GLO. Kirby Drug Co. —Adv. 25 ounces for 25c Liberty 4-H Club Holds Regular Meeting Twenty members, including one' ew member. Miss Janie V. Jordan, ere present at thc meeting of the '<!<x Liberty 4-H club Friday eve- ing. All captains gave their re- orts. The song, "America," was uiig. Miss Coleman judged cake nd bread baked by Helen Jarrett nd F.stelle Jordan. There were five isitors, Mrs. Jarretl, Mrs. McAfee, Urs. May.- Mrs. Ben 'Aycock, and Irs. Wheat. How to gain Ngw JtlJL^^P 7 ^ in the Spring Colds, flu anfl Elckness play havoc Kith Every spring ooimtlcr-r, liiyisnnrls take S.S.S.— -tl'.f, purely rcr;<°t'il;lc lor.ic —io build bad; iho'ii- rt.l-hjorxl- cells so lliat they may have that », jj sire nijtli which iiinkcs for n kc'ju a;i- pelile, firm flesh, a clear skin arid greater resistance ngainft infection ar.d disease. Ynu, too, \v:l! v.'^nt to lake S.R.S. for lliis very reason. llic ' the i a price Saving 1 , £, E.S.S. Co. ke S. S! S. Tonic Thr- h-w| Kirby and Mrs. O. C.Ganskc. icd \ir, H?rr\ K , irby a « om PS»- I ^h. But the practice annoyed "Mrs. fortlicrart?* '° J ' aras ° llld Itotlcrdilgc. and anyway, she claim, , ' ed lliat Clemens hadn't p.iid any J-arly Postponed i renl Ior thrcc m0 " 1 " 5 The Saint Patrick party. pl,,-.nod ' ^thc _allar sociely of Iho church of thc immaculate Conception f 0i tomorrow has been postponed because of ccnflicling cnsageir.cnts Mativinc Branson is 111 from scarlet fever at Ihe home of her BUY IT NOW The be.-L lime (n Imy projK-rty, is when it is selling belmv Iho nisi of j-f]>liit;nioiil. \Ve hnvc srveral h;ivg;iins will lit'lp you In linKiiu; on HIH' propci'lks, and Icnus. W. M. Burns Agency ST01' SIGX C.VUSKS 1)|;.VTH LOS ANGEI.ES. (UP) —A -Slop" sisn flashed at a boulevard here and Frank D. Lovelt. 61. brought hs automobile to a halt. When the.j New Bridge Club Formed "?°" ' lgn CamC lhc LoVctt or M '-' Mi^e- M»rH,, B K ^ ! c ' d lo Ir ' ovc ' Olhcr n-.otorists honk-' =^ : iS::,I^H : £i»~-~''= Night Bridge club formed by a : "The^ir was E i«n at the home ; 110 TT£ P ,T ro're^rc'T, ^ of Miss Robinson with a delicious i ^t -.ucnd'd. "; ' u ^vom buffet supper precedin,, t h u bndse t ,, c 1UlUrill word - fi co," v.-.ranin,- a game. Each of tne 16 present look i s. na]) c f n-, fmjcrs. «x jisn. j I In tbj card'games which fol- | IN MKMOltV lowed Miss Eve Harwell wen the i In loving memory of o-.ir IK- prlze. l loved ton and brother. Page BoyrL Thc c!ub plans to mccl each Iwo Iviho departed this lite Iwo monihs weeks. ago loday. You bid no one n last 1 farewell, and raid r,o Former Blylhcvillr '• V.ur loving heart hart ceased lo Boy Stars in Shoiv. I best before we kuev\ you were gone. Welford "Buddy" Nally. formerly Your swcel smile and kindly ways of here and now of Hot Sprlnjs. are pleasant lo recall. You had was llic slar of Ihe annual senior kind words for everyone and died minstrel cf the city hig : .i school : Ue'.oved ^'J - Sl3 many and :ailly presented Friday night. i misted by Sha'ring honors wllh Miss Mary 1 Mother nnd linnl'.ri-s Frances Rclyco, tiic couple did rev- 1 and Sisters, eral specialty numbers of song and I Mrs. Lina Bo\ p d. Announcing- The Opening of Our Main Street Store 7a/^e Adoanlagc oj f/iese Prices While they Lad Plain Drosses. SLOG Plain Coats . SLOG Ca.-h and C.inv i BARNES' CLE 309 West Main St. YEARS oft YEARS in NOW, researctL home and LOWER PRICES N OW, out of a performance record unmatched in thc industry, comes a new Three-Year Guarantee on the General Electric Refrigerator. This remarkable warranty protects you for three full yean against service expense on the entire refrigerating unit. Jc is based on the soundness of the Monitor Top principle—with hermetically sealed mechanism. Enjoy every General Electric advantage — fast- freezing, three /ones of cold, and 'an All-Steel cabinet with maximum food storage space. GENERAL ELECTRIC AI.L-STi;rj, Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "Al Your Service" Jtin VI ic ttt Gninlr.liiiilc r,,,;,.-. h;.,J. ta.l (EC; 5:.''r. Aj .r«-w. :•> • KJltor..i:iJt N.C. C.I.-:..-*