The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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PAGE T\V<? BLYTHEV1LUC (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Canilhcrsvillc Sociely — Personal WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S, . 1938. Take Slim Basque Frock Back to School With You Social Calendar THURSSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. B. A. Lynch having Mid- Bridge club. Altar Sociely of the Church ot ie Immaculate Conception hav- ig Bingo party at the Catholic all nl 8:00 p. m., Mrs. Joe Renter id Mrs. Gerald Henley hostesses Thursday Luncheon club meet, itii Mrs. Russell Phillips. Thursday Contract club niecU. filh Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Thursday Bridge club meets wit Irs. Loy Welch. «r. a nit Mrs. Lynch lave Dinner 1'artles Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch have liad two dinner parties 'luriiij the irsl week of the New Year. One n-as for members cf Iho Tuesday tfieht Supper club and the other 'i-a's in honor of their datighie MI'S Martha Ann. before she let! Pt. i.iiils. where she Is a sludcnl t v/»sh!n?ton Univ^sit". rosdps of yellow and green were ttlklnjlv used in the table decorations/ A' bowl ol yellow blossoms and ivy was nanked with yellow Itapers. in green crystal holders. and the place cards were in Iho i-aiije shades. At the supper club party, bridge ../as later played with Mrs. 0. A. Icminingham and Harry W. miner [making high scores among the 12 players. • 'Oiere were four couples at the party for Miss Lynch, in honor of Jier birthday, which was a surprise [announced after the guests arrived After dinner and dancing the iruests escorted Miss Lynch to the •train. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Chaite J'e-nn and ' Mrs. IhmUr C. Kims are in Mem-1 plits today. lisa Belle Wliilsitl. amimpan- by her sister. Mi'.s. Jo Trice lonesboro, mis none to Chicago .. buying trip. Ira. a, II. Orcar and Mrs. R. E. bb went to Memphis today ere 1.1:cy will visit relative:! lor oral days. Louis Stemaf, J. B. Chine jr., mes Gallagher, William Burk Francis Tall returned Tucs- y to Little Rock, where they tend SI. John's Seminary, after -ivllrin the holidays with their alive*. Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph and ns. Charles iiml Simon, spent ic Christmas holidays with Mr. oscph's brother, r^n. and famllv Jacksonville. Ha., and his eplicw. Nathan Joseph, ill De •ind. I'lii. Charles returned to ulfii. Okla., where he Is employed, ud Simoii to College Station, ex., where he attends Texas A ~"1 thought thicinignt cheer you brow/' e— flowers (or the In inf. you having miscellaneous programs' moved to the Beckham farm b ""'' " . . „,._..._.. ..MI, i r* nn ±n*. nnH nnttrvmvooci. Utl v i"B . ...uw- - - ,,--,, this vear, members »i Chapter N •Hindi-Carter Mr. and Mrs. James Carter in- •nonnce the marriage of (heir •daughter. Gcraldine, to Mr. Lauren Jiinch, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ID. Hinch, of Kcnnelt. The marriage was performed It 1 jrc-molt. TV December 12 al five ."o'clock in the aflcrncon by the pas- I tc- cf the Assembly of Ood Church The -bride wore a black crcoe I dress with arccssorics of bright ' Mrs. Hindi graduated from the School of the Immaculate Concep Ition Mr. Hinch attended schoo Lin Memphis, and is now employee •al Hie FlitR Club, in Kcnnelt.. Altendanls at the wedding were I Miss Mildred Hinch. sister of the Ibridearoom, Miss Hazel Marie Far- Iris, of BlyfhEvlllc, and.Sam Jones, lof Kennett. . Mr and Mrs. Hindi are.making j their home in. Kcnnelt i with Ihe • bridegroom's parents. 1 * * * f Bible Cbr-'lo Meet The Ladies' Bible Class of the IFirst Methodist church will meet in the home of Mrs. W- M. Burns , Friday night at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. I Charles F. Wood and Mrs. Ramsey 1 Duncan will be co-hostesses • t... » | Chn> Meets. Members of the Young Matrons [dub have resumed Ihcir weekly I afternoon bridge games, meeting I this week with Mrs. Jesse Taylor | Mrs. Chcsler Calrtwcll was a guest I Cards and score pads were awarded Mrs. W. C. Higginson to the high prize in the games whicl ' preceded the serving of a chicken ' ralad with pie anil coffee. ' Gucci al Chili. Mrs. K. D. Carpenter was a of Mrs. Hunter C. Elms when she entertained the Tuesday Limchwi club this week. She had arranged her riintni room table v:lth a b'K'.qnct o Epring Howers and the plact card • were in kecpi'.ss vith llv: comir, season. Mrs. \V. D. eMifu-.i.i and Mrs J. Nick Thomas v.un m Ili v. l! :Ich tcllowrd lunch. Chapter "N" Has Bock Review Projr<i«. In keeping with the buck rc- twocn Tlie Rev. M. Cottonwood A. Masscy. J, , *f Iho PEG hell'*! a wu«.<* >~ . ...~ i cw in 'a meeting insi "tent at Masscy and daughter arc ho home of Mrr. Harry W. Mr. anri Mrs. Lester McBrlde. lalncs. =-prlng Came On Forever" Bess •trcetcr Aldiich. was reviewed by Mi's. R .P.- Kirshno.-. who Is a ncmber of chaplcr "D" of the •ame organization. 'I he 14 member;! who were prcs- -nt enjoyed a soc'.al hour during .vhlch refreshments were served ihc hostess had an'Migeci a bow 3f mixed florcws. in pasl:l shades in her living room. Laurel, Miss. Mi'. and Mrs. I heir of Wardell. . Mike Riddtck h Miss Dorothy Ride Miss Mary I), Maker \V«ls John RlcClunnlian r.n what is thought to be tho ilrst iiwrrliiBO in Ihc county in the t new year, Miss Mary D. Baker and \ Mr. John n. McClamihau were, married at 12 a.m.. Saturday. Jan. 1. at the Methodist Church The • Rev. W. L. Meyer, pastor, said Hie | ceremony In Ihe presence of a low ! relatives ami friends "1 HIP coupli 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Hcndris Chitwood were the allentlants. Tile bride was graduated Irani ^ Cooler high ;,cliool several yuan.' ago, and upon completion ::f a bu:;-1 ine«s course, was employed hero. The groom, son of Mrs. JVro.',;i McC'/ni'ihiin and the late John McClanahan, was educated In the local schools, attended Tupelo Military Institute, and graduated from Ihc Caruthersvllle Junior Col!>'g;-. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs? McClanahan went to West Memphis, where they were dinner gui'sls of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bennett and from there they went to Hot Springs. They will make -thciv homo on the McClanahan farm near this I city. To Mlciul Conference A number of Methodist inn. ind women of this city will g to Jone-sboro tomorrow for the in .iiial missionary ;nsiiinte, com- ] aicmorating John Wesley's Aldcr- jnte experience. Included in; those who : plan to "o frpnv herd are: the Rev. and, : Mrs. H. Lynn Wade, R. P. Paddison, Mrs. Fred Hanna, Mrs. L. L. Hubcner, Mrs. W. F. Brewer, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. O. C.I . Ci'fdys Wclngfleld and Velum Jones have returned In •"•mob's after spending Ihe hoh- lays with their parents. livcs Orvill Hall 1ms returned frcm _,„„ -pkiu Ark., -vlierp he -spent scv- ral weeks with relatives, Mrs. Ira Baker, of Lllbourn, is visiting rrlcnds here. Mrs. Jerry Holly lias returned Irom a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bass, in Little Rock. Mrs E A. Boone has returned from St. Marys, Mo., where she was called because of the death ot her aunt. . Mrs, Monitn Mlchie has relumed from Marry City, Tenn., where she was the guest of her sister. Mrs B C. Hudson, formerly ot Steelc and now of Peach Orchard. Is a patient in St. Vinson's hos- Little Rock, nd M College. Mr. and Mrs. Joim arrived home Mondi-.y. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill hav moved to the house occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Gnthrle King befoi hey moved to Memphis. Misses Frances and Virginia Lit 'le left Monday night for Cohim tia. Mo., where they attend Steph ens college, afler spending Hi holidays with their parents, M and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin is in Mel phis with Mrs. Edgnr Boruin, wl Is staying with her daughter, Mi Mary" Elizab.-th Borum. who -,in (it rw'cnl an operation for nppci illiitls at the Methodist hospit Monday. Mrs. Chamblin was companicd by her mother, Mr ft. llarrcll, who will visit rel K. S. to Hold Installation The installation or officers ::f tho al chapter of the Eastern .Star 11 be lield Thursday ni'iht. Mrs. I nanda Shepard, installing oth-1 r will be assisted by Mi' s - sihvl ! oHltt and Mrs. W. P. Robertson. | nests have been invited from suv- umllng towns. Jeff Roland arrived home tl morning from Chicago, where attended the national shoe sho V. D. Holland and John C. ft Hancy are attending to busin n Farmington, Mo., todav. Morris Zellncr is in Chicago he national shoe show. E. C. Dciians, of Memphis, a ended to business here yesterd Mrs. J. D. aarnsciaie. Mrs. u. ^'Ipitai Little RocK, niKieiisun Ganske. Mrs. A. C. Haley and th2 trca t me nt, for a throat Infection. om. oiifl \Trc Ti 1 M Rwppt. " T^ i . n,.i\rlni-f lifls rellll'lH Rev. Steele-Cooter Holland Society—Personal Imcrs Entertain Club Mr and Mrs. Waym; Ulnicr en- crtaincd the Jolly Matrons Club id their husbands Friday evening. three course dinner was served. tier which the guests played cards. ligh score was held by Mrs. Bu- ord Thweatt who received linen andkcrchiefs, and by Clyde Bailey, 'ho received a tic. Mrs. Virgil Da- Is and Noel Earnharl cut. for con- olation and were given linen hand- km-i^lcfs and shnviiv; lotion. The. guests danced later in the evening. Miscinnary Suciiuly Has iMrlv Mis. n. M. Pierce cnlcrlaincrt the Earle Hester Cin-lc of the Bap- ;ist. Missionary Society Friday -afternoon. There were twelve members and Mrs. J. L. James of Columbia, present. Mrs. Pierce led the devotional and conducted a short business sessliu completing the year's work. ^SumlHVie Friends. 1 chosen early last year, were revealed and gifts exchanged. Refreshments were served. BY CAUOI, DAY ! Y OU can make this prelly basque Jrock in a few hours .ind Like it back to school with you. Its pretty lilted lines arc very becoming, making you look slim of waist and broad of shoulder. The skirt llarcs slightly at the hem and a graceful how decorates the neckline. Bui- Ions trim Ihc front of bodice to add to its quainl basque effect. 1 You will like the youthfnlness of this dress (Pallcrn 8943) and if you choose a pretty silk print nr'lhin wool you'll have a dress that you can wear with your, winter coat now, and without a coat throughout Ihc summer. Add to its young, schoolgirl look by using contrasting fabric for I lie collar and cuffs. The pattern includes a complete sew chart that tells you exactly how, to proceed. i Pattern 8913 is designed for sizes 12, 14, l(i. 18 and 20. Size H requires 33-8 yards of 39 inch material, plus 1-3 yard contrasting and 3-4 yard ribbon for the bow. Tlie new WINTER PATTERN 73OOK is ready for you now. It has 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every "occasion. Pholocraphs show dresses made from these patterns being worn: a feature you will enjoy. the charming designs in Ibis new book help you in your se\vin(-'. One nat- ICTII and the new Winter P<il- ti'in Book—25 cents. Winter Book alone—15 cents. i For a PATTERN ol tins attractive model send 15c in COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU. Hi STERLING PLACE, BROOK- 1 LYN : N. Y. Address your envelope to Ulythcvint- coun.r rsovs Today's Pattern Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. '.King Ricliard 11" To Be Presented' On Memphis Stage Injured Six Times, •\ITMI A/T ee nure x m, t WlH Marry, Compensation k Sought Heads Merger of Rail Lines The Rev. C. E. Hunt, pastor of the Cootcr Baptist Church, has accepted a call to the pastorate of he local Baptist church, and will reach hero only one Sunday of ach mcnlh. He will continue to ive in Cooler. Mrs. Ncwbcrry Johnson was loslcsr, lo a watch party Friday light. Her guests were served a pot uck dinner, and spent the balance 3l tho evening playing bridge. Mrs. Leyon Earls was hosless to i party Monday night In honor of he birthday cf her husband. The !G guests played fiddlesticks and ?ther paines. Refreshments of sand- vichcs. salad and Individual birth- lav cakes were served. Mrs.-p. F. McCutchen was hostess 'o the Woman's Missionary Society Monday afternoon. Due to the ab- ir.C' cf the president the vice I president. Mrs. Ncwberry Johnson presided. She read the scventl chaplcr ot Matthew as the devo tlonal. Plans were mad|> tor serving the Rotary club luncheon and after the regular business the meet- Rayborn Overturf has rclurncc to St. txiuis after spending scvcra days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Overturf. • Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Best anil daughter. Wanda, returned home .Monday after a visit- with relatives "inc. r.irardean. Miss Alice Smith of Brighton. Tenn., is visiting friends here. Miss Hazel Gaboon, who sp?nl the holidays with her parents. Mi and Mrs. J. E. Calioon in Holland, left Monday to resume her work Scout News Boys — • Girls Cul> Tack No. 4 held a meeting 'list night when Ihc regular program was carried out. including a shadow play by members of one of Ihe dens. Games were played im',11 nine o'clock when Ihe meeting ma;; dismissed. for will At the Hospitals Mis'; Bendcna Hucy, route underwent, an operation for in the Wardell school. Her brother, ochdicitis lasl night al Ihe Bl> Joe who was also home tor Ihc jlhoville hospital, holidays, returned lo Cape Girar- > --- --• '•"" dean where he is nltendlnn school- Mclvln Patterson of Bin'hamn Mich., has arrived for n visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T'. Pnttcrsos. Mrs M L Bailey, of Holland, is n Memphis with her daughter. Mrs Chas Tammer. who is in SI. Joseph's hospital recovering from an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frakcs and son have returned lo Chicago after a visit here with relatives. Mr and Mrs. I. L. Fisher and i\ son was born lo Mr. anil Mrs John Wilcon. of Oscrola, last ninht at (he Blylhevillc Mrs. J. I). Council, of L::ach- ville. underwent an operation to Inv al the Blyllicville hospital. Mrs. R. L. Wade is a patient at ire Memphis Baptist hospital. Mis-; Carolyn LouiFC Mitchell, of Lnsorn. Is a patient al the Memphis Baptist hospital. son. Ranald, have Portagcville, relatives. rrturneci from they visilei Rabbi Pollack Is To Discuss Liic o( Zola On Sunday afternoon, .lamia: ing was adjourned lo meet next week in the home of Mrs. Gilford Spence. Eleven members were present at the meeting of the W. M. U. it '.bo home of Mrs. J. R. McDanicl r . Monday. It was a regular business meeting, and plans were made for the Associalional W. M. U. mooting which will be hold in' t .. ,, , r -i r-tfcic January H. i Library Makes rums Tiftv members of the n. Y. P. U. and Sunday School attended the "atf.h parly at the Baptist church Friday night. Games were played and refreshments served, allcr which a devotional was hold, al Scrapbooks Win Prize Awards For Three Girls Scraribocks oonlainin-4 pictures. newspaper publicity and vari-r —, n i~ p-riiininr to tho li:VJ Blythevlllc Chicks have won l:-n dollars in rash awards [nr >\\'<high whool sirls wlio in -a contest sponsored by Co:vh Joe Dildy and K. F. Bolt. lr.;.rl ph :- First honor? in Iho contest wrrr awarded to Mary Joan Alllick. wbt 0. at 3 o'clock tho weo'< ly services of Temple Israol v;lll bo rcsumod. "E'tnile '/•ah. Champion of Truth." will he Iho sub-(is to receive five jcct of the srrmon delivered by Rabbi Pollack. A cordial invitation h:u; becii extended I" tho public. 0} Rare Manuscripts PHILADELPHIA (UPi-A library ;or what was judged tho -Tlovon--' and most coniinohonsivo Imnk He- cnlrv in the ronlc.vt was an unu.<u»l volume with hand made walmn covers bound with leather thonus Kathrjn l.ivevty's entry \tu awarded the srronri pri/o nf thro dollars in cash. The rovers vor, fashioned of varnished plywoo:! ;ui the front cover had a "-l-yv Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. son. Liston jr.. left this week Jacksonville. Fla.. whore they spend a month's vacation. • Mrs Harry Ridglcy of Mount •v •-,;.,. Mo., is visiting relatives here. , Mr. nnd Mrs- W. .1. EVA spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs zadin Collins and son, Torn. nd Mrs. Margaret Lewis drove to Memphis Monday. Tom ontrai licr c for Oulfporl, Miss., where lit attends school. Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Lewis returned home Tues- "Itrs. Giissie VanAusdnll left Saturday fr California, to visit her FOII "James VanAusdall at. San Pedro, and a sister-in-law. Miss Vivian VanAusdall. nccompanym? Bob Brock, who was rclurnim- utter a visit with his parents. Mrs Roscoc Ilayilon spout 'he •wB-k end in Osccoia with her mother. Mrs. Em inn B. Mcorc. am! other relatives. Miss Bcrnico Chilton. who wai- employed in Blyllieville for several months has returned homo. Miss Mary Jane Beinictl. of Litllc Rock. Ark., who lias been visiluvs her sister. Mrs. "avoid -S. .10110:;. and Mr Jones, rclurncd .Sunday to Coiuvay. Ark., whore she is a slii- dcnt at Hcndrix Ccllogo. Dr. and Mrs. 1'. J- A<iumo ^"; nounco Ihc arrival of a .lai.gliter at the Methodist hospital '" Memphis. Monday. She has been named Jane Ann. . Philip Aslier. who spstit tin- holidays hero with his parcnl.-i. M! and Mrs. John W. Ashcr. loll Kn- <lay fm Washington. ». C.. where he attends si-lmol. T Bobbie Grom. nf Jonosoort-. Ar,. "ucn 1 Ih- P>' ; t v-rck lioro with hi? irandparcntr,. Mr. and Mrs. J'lhn r.recn. He v.'!-,vn.-.l homo Sunday Mr and W- iMbrrl Miclnc have I moved lo Mi--:i:i to make then Itomo. Mr nnd Mr;.. UvorKC Brown n 1 v |.::n a wedditig t"l Hoi Sprin?,!. LANCASTER. Pa. (UP)—Wo c has been the lot of Carl Kcuhonscr's right leg since he was 0. He's -10 now and for Ihc first lime Is trying to collect compensation for his injuries. Neuhonser's right ankle was fractured in a rolling machine when ho was n. At 18 an annv mule fell on his right leg; a slom- ach operation several years later left his rigiil ley temporarily usc- \f s five years ago he fractured his 1 n lit ankle and last year his right shin was injured and an abscess , formed. 11ns year he slipped on a grease «pot aiirt again injured his right leg. He's trying to collect workmen's compensation from his employer. MEMPHIS. Teiiu.. Jan. 5—"Kin? ilchard II." the hitherto little known Shakespeare play, with I'hlo.h Maurice Evans, the meteoric vouiig English star, is adding new ustrc to (lie American theatre, will \K presented by Mr. Evans and his company of forty from the St. James Theatre, New York, at thfi Memphis Auditorium for one night unly an Wednesday. January 19. iii this irfay is told the dramatic story of the first playboy Kinz 'if Knq'lund who was forced to abdicate his crown, a story pronhnllc of the fate of Edward VIII over hu"'ii'frt yours later, even though Richard II did not step down from his throne because of "Ihc woman I love." No less than he present Duke of Windsor, however he yielded to force of the public, opinion of his time, being compelled to turn over his sccplre U> Harry Bolingbrokc. who ruled as King' Henry IV, when his profligate course of conduct outraged the sensibilities ol his counsellors and Ihc people. It. is a monarch now merry, now sad. that Shakespeare depicts in this stirring Pl»5', onc wll ° treads 'hu primrose path only lo'llnrt (hat it, leads to Golgotha. Richard ruled gaily cruelty, wantonly, to learn in 'the end. as other M>vcreii?ns have learned recently, that divine protection for the foibles and inhumanities of kings is but a delusion and a snare. Mr. Evans- acting untf production set a new standard for Shakespeare performances In New York, where all critics acclaim Siim the foremost English-speaking Mlor of he day for his portrayal of the nercurial Plantagcnet prince. He jrm»s his production and company to this city exactly as it was dur- his triumphant return engagement m "King Richard II' in New York earlier in the season, with Frederic Worlock. Lee Baker. Lionel Hogarth. Charles Dalton. A. G. Andrews, Donald Randolph and Eleanor Phelps in the most important roles. Mail orders arc now trein^ received at the Memphis Auditorium. The real name of Lewis Carroll, author of "Alice in Wonderland," is Charles L. Dodgson. Everything for your enter taiument and comfort. Toy Soldiers Carved From Police Bullets ••1. JOSKI'H, Mo. i UP)—Patrol man Martin McNatly i:; makin youngsters happy—with bullets. McRally salvages the shells from the police target range and makes them into Icy soldiers. Ho passes them out duty. - Ihurs. hirm 1,1-Mllle Ror's Ark. on Maii"iilor. Mi,, ' aro movin ' from their hi.m- near <Jotlonwn:> i'oint to consistina of film rcoorcN of valuable manuscripts and volumes will : be available to the student dcVvinj Mrs' H. A. Spcncc. who has been i into ancient literature if University aw aroca i" i-mm for several weeks wilh Influenza, 1 of Pennsylvania Bicentennial plans scra pbook had an has had a relapse. Mrs. Minnie Taylor and daughter. Mrs. Ralph Rushing, spent last work end In Memphis with Mr. arc completed. Instead of thumbing through a costly manuscript or volume, the student will ask the reference sketch cl an Indian iT-ad. sym'ooilv of the Chickasaw tribo lor wlii<::-, the team is named. Third prize in the '.vs.. awarded to Patricia Wise. Her scrapbook had an artKUrnllv arranged cover bearing Ihc lioad nl jtball player. She will icroiv: casli nward. I !.w:> i-iopcrty on Wcf <- rolurnod H Kansas i ipent llic p:is< The demure young woman above is one of the lesser known and seldom photographed members of (he President's cabinet group—Susanna Wilson, daughter of Secretary of Labor Perkins nnd her husband Paul C. Wilson—and her engagement has just been announced. A graduate of a New York school and a former student of Bryn Mawr. Miss Wilson will marry David M. Hare, New York. Snails may have anywhere 0 lo -KM-OII irclh. from Disttcssing sympioms •ickly relieved...rub on VOUK 'PHOTOGRAPH MADK NOW Satisfactory Work Low Prices SOUTHWORTH Over .lop Isaacs' Heraorrhoids-Piles CU1UOI) WITHOUT SUKGEKY & GUAKANTEKU Safe sure and wllb less discomfort. All diseases ami conditions nf nervous origin, fool ailments anil skin cancers treated and cured at our clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Osicopalhlc Physicians Phone 38 Itljtlicvillc, Atk. ^ 511 Main / MNDtO S. tttMH P,c*"cltor,. D,K_ t r GEO«Gf STfvrfJS. iutit fttr I" P. G.WefJtlojit, Ef.-cll Poranp, S. K. lajm. Also Paramount News & C'onmly ALSO A l-'ULL KKEL OF THK "BOMB1NU OF THK V. S. S. PANAV." Ailmiwicn aialincc Ailiuis^ion Niglit lOc A 16c * Uiishing. who is a patient, in the clerk lor the book he seeks and -j- Pnrrr-rU F John Gaston hospital . He is greatly i will be supplied with a roll of • IO\U\ U)m.LU, l, improved. j nlms ' A projoetor in a darkened -. Louise Stccle. who was re- room of tho library will reproduce : "• ..... '-- 1 ™ 1 - '—" h " ""•" ln Miss p:itnir:- •irday ovoniiv, i Mo.. 'where Mir -, cek on busino.r; Mrs. Walker Pi :!-.•••; nnd son. OH- i,crt spent I'.:-'. -M^k in Kanvis City, Mo., whevo Mrs. pri:-.r.c attended lo bu.-iinv-. . Mr. and Mr.>. A r. Bent on spent ; Sunday in LVxt ui!!hicT. Mr... ;,uniiy. They i, oine by • Vlli1 ' Passes Bone Dry Law A lailrcwd man'who started as a rodmnn 35 years ago, George D. Brooke, above, o£ .Cleveland, has been elected president • of. Uic ChcsapcaWc ai\d Ohio rail Jt«d, and is slated . to direct the nevrty consolidated. eastern trunk system o£ the'.<3. & O., V Erie and Nickel• Plate- covcriui; from a relapse. Mr. and Mrs. I. infiuenza, has had M. Greer and rents. Mr. and the entire book, pnge^by jage, lo: _^ V KRNON. O. (UIM -- C lliafs a part C of" the Nmiversity's clllwns of Ml Vornon last plans fcr a S2 000.000 renovallon 2 voted oul 3.1 nror. Hut i ho 1 ..... ,.... -.^ i^othlng about (i per vill spoiv.i smi'ul Mr. and Mrs ,1 Howard Bin-.:luuu Ills ever !hr \vn' visited his ,r- quests of their .nl Howard ;>url -:r ai-comi»! llnrt :;i ° Howard, ttho rius with them. ^ H Lawrence and j eiv in Mem- : nd. Mi'. I5' 1V ?' [ trv. \Vc v,i-ili to notify our patrons that (his store will l:c ('Insert all day Thursday. .Ian. li to allow us to rearrange o«r merchandise and complete our liii;;l niarii-down of prices on all remaining sloi-U v.iiU-u will be cloned oul as soon ns possible. ROXY Admission Always lOo & ™ K Show every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday ft Sunday Matinees star! 4:15 p.m. Saturday Co Uinuous showing from 1 to 11: «1 P-m. Night shows start 6:15 p.m. Miss Cleo Vaughn has reUirned to Memphis alter spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leggett have moved to Doniphan, Mo. Mr. ami Mrs, Cleo Tucker have the r>a]rti;-t I'.nspil.d. ana Mr i .md Mrs. lAwiTi-.oo dr.ivc to Tunl- j ca'. Mi*s.. and v;s.i;od Mvs. ia*' - : rence's parents. Mr an, I Mrs. doll. been martc. with'150 to 200 book- right on wlliiiE, nccr--fi por en; nhoto-raiihs already nlcJ. iVillacors wore irked. So they hi hi . ' ' '_' !a special election. Tlio second tiur. Snails have tc Milla-n" Fillmore was Ihc first not only boor tut. all forms of in- t,n)gues, and thry President of the United Slates lo toxicants were ruled ou. v v 'ti' take a bath in the White House at Mrs. Occanbinc supped fJillni; Washington, D. C. 10 thoir f"«i . .. ratping praci -s. winch wears , j iivfu'V the [cod much in ihc fashion that a file wears down a surfnfe. W.'iIt'll fin mir f.'ile (In- Com-KT \c\vs. S o'clock. in Thursday's li('!;ins I'Yidstv nf 2 Adults Admiifcii for Price of 1 Ralph Morgan & Kay I j ' 11- akcr in Suier Bate' Also selected shorts

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