The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1938 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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KLYTHEVILUO (AUK.) COUUIKK NKVVS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 103& Social Calendar THURSSDAY'S EVENTS rs. B. A. Lynch having Mid- k Bridse club, tar Society of the Church of Immaculate. Conception liav- Blngo parly at the Catholic ,'nt 8:00 p. m:, Mrs. Joe Kcutcr Mrs. Gerald Henley hostesses. iursdny' Luncheon ci"b meet; i" Mrs. nut-sell Phillips. hursday Conlract club meet' i Mrs. G. O. Caudlll. Inirsday Bridge club meets will Loy Welch. FLAPPER FANNY , and Mrs. Lynch re Dinner Parties Ir. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch have 1 two dinner parties during the f week of the New Year. One lor members -:f I ha Tuesday it Supper club and the other I p in honor of their daughie- ES" Martha Ann, before she lefi "H. l-iuis. where she is a student \V°$hi:i^ton Univ^slt". f'. of yellow and sreen wcrc .,j}y used in the lable deco- ns.' A bowl ; of yellow blossoms ' ivy 'was flanked with yellow pers in green crystal holders, the place cards were in the • shades. , the supper club party, bridge , later played with Mrs. C. A •nnlngham and Harry W. Hahicr fking high scores among the 12 There were four couples nt the- rty for Miss Lvncli. in honor of birthday, which was a surprise nounced after the guests arrived. jter dinner and dancing the sts escorted Miss Lynch to the jn. Bits of News Mostly Personal Canitliei'sville Society •— Personal Take Slim Basque Frock Back to School With You Miss -Mnry I). Baker \\Yils John MeC.'hiiialran V.u what U thought to be the marriage In the county in thu , new year, Mtss Mary U. Bakn- nnd i Mr. John B. McCliiniilian were ] ' married at 12 a.m., Saturday, Jan.! 1, at the Methodist Church. The; llcv. W. L. Meyer, pastor, said Hie [ ceremony In the presence: of a lev: | ,! relatives and friends ol llw couple.: Mr. and Mrs. Charl-js I'rnn and M( . |m(1 Mrs nendrix Chitwnod Mrs. Hunter C. Slum arc In Mem- ^.^ t)lc ,, Uc . m |;,nts. phis today. -Y\ ta bride was i-radunted Iroui ; Is'j Belli! Whitsitt, arcompan- by her sister. Mrs. Jo Trbe Ione«boro, lias none to Chicago a ImyliiK trip In;. G. 11. flmir and Mrs. R. T5. bb went to Memphis Iwlny ere II: ey will visit relatives Tor ny to Little Rock, where they ' ll|s w i lcrc they were dinner i ' -flowcrs for the living, you >ich-Carler far. and Mrs. James carter in- fcmce the marriage of their lighter, c.craldine, lo Mr. Lauren Inch, sen of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Hindi, of Kennctl. Wife marriage was performed u r.n«tt. '••i December 12 nt five lock in ihc afternoon by the pns- nf Ihe Assembly of nod Clmrcli The -bride wore a black creoi ss wilh arcessorics of brljh. Mrs. Hindi graduated from the hcol of Ihe Immaculate Conccp- In Mr. Hindi attended nc.hoo [Memphis, and is now employed • Mi5 Flite. Club, in Keivnctt. Allendants at the wedding were Mildred Hindi, sister of the e»room, Miss Hazel Marie Par- of Blytheville, and Sam Jones, L'Kennctt. >Ir. and Mrs. Hindi are.making [eir home In Kennelt: with the Idegroom's parents. Having miscellaneous programs moved lo the Bcckhnm fann. his vear, members ,,f Chapter "M-awec,, Cooler and Cot omvood. -f the P E O heiivl n bor.k re- . The Rev. M. A. Masse j, . ir,in n incctlne liwi ntaht at Mouey and dnu.hler nre niwU he Homo of Mrr. Hnrry W. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lester McBrlde. -mines. | Laurel, Miss ._ „ dime On Forever" Bess •Ircctcr Aldrlch. was reviewed by \irs. n. .P. Kirshno.-, who Is a •ncmber of chapter "D" of the •ame organization. The 14 members who were pros- •nt enjoyed n soc'.nl hour during .••hlch refreshments were served ihc hcstcss had arrDiiccci n bowl mixed florcws, in pastel shades In her living room. To Attend Conference A number of Methodist nv ind women of this city will 1 to Jonesboro tomorrow for the an mat missionary -.nsiltute, com jiemoratlng John Wesley's Aider jate experience. Included in; those who plan, t< so .frpni here nre: the Rev. a;i •Mis'. H. Lynn Wade, B. P. Pad dlson, Mrs. Fred Hannn, Mrs. L Cbr^ to Meet The Ladies' Bible Class of the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Riddick h s their sliest Miss Dorothy Rid mil duys. Stoninc. J. mes CialliiKlier, Frnncis Tnlt Chine jr., William Btirk, returned Tucs- Cooler high .school several yrar;> iigo. nnd upon completion :1 n bur.- J Incss course, was employed here, i 'Ihc groom, son ot Mrs. Tc'rrai I McCViiflihim nnd Ihc lute John McClanahan, was educated In the j local schools, attended Tupelo Mil- | itnry Institute, nnd graduated from the Cnruthersvillc .Icinicr Colli"^:. After the ceremony Mr. and Mi'«J McClnnahan went to West Mem, cnrl St. John's Seminary, after their of Ml . ntut Mrs . Cnro | Bennett and flom ( [ lerc u, C y wcn (, to Hot Springs. They will make -Inch 1 lunui- . prngs. mill Mrs. fi. Joseph and on t]lc McClanahan farm near this . •ivliiii; the holidays with ativcs. j^fj, _ ns. Clinrles and Simon, spent. cit e Christmas holidays, wilh Mr., opcph's lirothi-r. f."n. mid fainilv Jacksonville. Flu., and Ills rphcw. Nallmn Joseph, in De ind. Fin. Cliarlrs returned lo Okln.. where In- Is employed. nd Simoii to College Station, 'ex., where hc nttencls Texas A nd M Collcife. Mr. and Mrs. Jo- ci)li arrived home Monday O. K. S. lo Holil Installation The inHtallntton of officers of llu 1 local chapter of the Eastern .Star will be held Thursday nisht. M' 1 "- Ainnndn Shcpard, Installing "l' 1 - ccr, will be assisle<l by Mrs. .sibyl Moimt nnd Mrs. W. P. Robertson. Guests have been Invited from sur. Mr. and Mrs. .James Hill have novcd lo the house occupied by \ir. and Mrs. Guthric King they moved to Memphis. before Misses Frances nnd Virginia Lit- ! le left Monday night for Colum- tla, Mo., where they ntteiu! Steph- the rounding towns. * * Ulmcts Entertain Club Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olmcr entertained the Jolly Matrons Chili HY CAHOL DAY \/OU can make Ihis prelly 1 basque frock in a few hours and lake il back to school with yon. Us prelty filled lines are very becoming, making you look slim of waist and broad ol shoulder. The skirt llares slightly at the hem and a graceful bow decorales Hie neckline. Bui- Ions Him the front of bodice to add to ils qnainl basque effect.' You will like Ihe yonthftilncss nf this dress (Pattern 8943) and if yon choose a prelly silk print or thin wool you'll have a dress llial you can wear wilh your, winler coal now, and without a tout throughout Hie summer. Add to its young, schoolgirl look by using contrasting fabric for Hie collar and cuffs. The pattern includes a complete sew chart that tells you exactly liow, lo proceed. i Pattern 894:) is designed for sizes 12, H, 16, 18 anci 28. Size 14 requires 3 3-8 yards of 39 inch material, plus 1-3 yard contrasting and 3-4 yard ribbon for llu; bow. The new WINTER PATTERN HOOK is ready for you now. It hns 32 pages ot attractive designs for every size and every "occasion. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; n feature you will enjoy. Let Ilic chnrming designs in this new book help yon in your scwinp. One nal- lern and Hie new Winler Pal- tern Book—25 cents. Winter Book alone—lf> cents. ! For a PATTERN ol this attractive model send I5c in COIN,' your NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU. It! STERLING PLACE, BROOK-! LYN. N. Y, King 'Richard Ji" To Be Presented' «' On Memphis Siage MEMPHIS. Tcmi.. Jan. 5.—"Kinc; Richard II." die hitherto liltlc mown Shakespeare play, wilh •Inch Maurice Evans, the meteoric; •onus English star, Is adding new ustre to Ihe American theatre, will K presented by Mr. Evans and his •ompnny of forty from tlie SI. lames Theatre. New York, at the Memphis Auditorium for one night onlv on Wednesday. Jnimury 19. jii lliis ulay is told Ihc dramatic story of the first playboy Kine -if England who wns forced to abdicate his crown, a stcry prophetic of the fale of Edward VIII over hu"'iiTd ye'irs lutor. even Ihoueli Richard II did not step down from his throne because of "the woman 1 love." No less than Ihe present Duke of Windsor, however he yielded to force of the public opinion of his time, being compelled to turn over his sceptre lo Harry Bolingbroke, who ruled a.s Kins' Henry IV. when his profligate course of conduct outraged the sensibilities of his counsellors and Ihe people. It Is a monarch now merry, now sad, that Shakespeare depicts in this stirring play, one who trends the primrose path only to lind that it lends to Golgotha. Richard ruled gully cruelly, wantonly, lo lenrn in the end, ns other sovereigns have learned recently. Hint divine protection for the foililes and inhumanities of kings is but n delusion and a snare. Mr Evans- acting nnd production set a new standard for Shake- «penre performances In New York, where all critics acclnim Jiim the foremost English-spenkinj actor of nnd their husbands Friday evening. I ( your envelope to Blylhcviiit- coun.r Toaay's Pattern nnd of Wardcll. M'.SCT o'f.ays weiimiicid Vclmn Jones hnvc returned lo »r» m ptii'! iifler spending the holl- d'nvs with their parents. Orvlll Hall has relumed frcm ( r Tkln. Ark., 'vlicrc he •spent, several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Irn Baker, of Lilbourn. is visiting friends here. Mrs. Jerry Holly has returned from n visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bnss, In Litlle Rock. Mrs K. A. Boone hns returned from St. Marys, Mo., where she wns called because of the death ot her aunt. , Mrs Monita Michle has returned from Mnrry City, Tenn.. where she -was the guest of her sister. Mrs B C. Hudson, formerly ol Steele nnd now of Peach orchard, ens college, nfter .spending holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Mrs. W. D. ChnmbVin Is In Memphis with Mrs. Edgar Donmi, who Is stuyinct with her daughter, Mis.s Mary Eli?.nbr>th Bonmi. who un- ill rwent an operation tor appendicitis at Hie Methodist hospital Monday. Mrs. clianililtn wns :ic- companled by hi'r mother. Mrs. J , A. Hnrrell, who will visit rela- j lives. Jell Roland arrived home this morning from Chicago, where lie attended the nnlional shoe .show. V. G. Holland and Jolm C. Me- Ilancy arc ntlendins to bnsiiu'ss n Fnrinington. Mo., todav. MoiTls Zellncr is In Chicago for the national shoe show. B. C. Dcnaux, of Memphis, attended to business here yesterday. u"~Hubcner. Mrs. W. F. Brewer,' ^^""patlent in St. Vinson's hos- Mrs. J. D. Bnrksdale. Mrs. O. C.I U(v , ultile Ko ck. umlerfloin- .-st Methodist ciuirch will .meet Uhe home, of Mrs. W. M. Burns •dav night at T:30 o'clock. Mrs. larles F. Wood and Mrs. namsey an will be corhostesscs *.*..*.. ..u Meets. Members of the Young Matron? Lb have resumed their weekly Eernoon bridge gamesl mcetins Ls leek wilh Mrs. Jesse Taylor Jrs. Chester Caldwell was a fcards and score pads were Varded Mre. W. C. Hlgginson fo riigh prize in the games whid .oeded ffie serving of a chicken iad nith pie and coftee. Mrs. J. D. Bnrksdale. Mrs. O. C.I U(v , UMe nock, undergo! Ganske. Mrs. A. C. Haley and the trei , tme nt for a tlnont Infection Rev. nnd Mrs. F. M. Sweet. ' Kayborn Ovcrturf hns return Steele-Cooter Holland Society—-Personal ,1 three course dinner was served, after which the guests played cards. High score was held by Mrs. Buford Tlvwenlt who received linen handkerchiefs, nnd by Clyde Bailey, who received a lie. Mrs. Virgil Davis and Noel Earnhnrt cut for con delation and were given linen hand ki-i-'iicfs and shnvhv; lotion. The "iicsls danced later in the evc'iiiiv, * • * Blis'-imuiry Suuiely Has I'ariv Mis R. M. Pierce cnlcrlahicd the Fiirle Hester Circle of the Tiap- tist Missionary Society Friday afternoon. There were twelve members and Mrs. J. K James of C- .lumbin. present. Mrs. Pierce led Ihe devotional and conducted a short business sessiin completing Ihc yeefr's work. ^'Sni chosen early Inst Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn. N. Y. Injured Six Times, Txr'11 -\/r eg nure x mes, Will Marry. c ompensat i on Is Sought ftie Friend year, were 10 ... Club. .^j. K. D. Carpenter was a pi" 1 1 Mrs. Hunter C. Sims when she lUrtained the. Tuesday Umchom |ub this week. She had arranged her jom table wilh a b-v.icruet o fting flowers and the place card Eeie In kwpin; rilli llv: comir. Kason. | Mrs. W. D. Ci!'5ir. : -,:.i and Mrs . Nick Thomas ::an in I hi gnme followrd lunch. Chapter "N" Hat pock Review Pro?rin;. keeping with the y.Ian ive in Cooler. Mrs. Newbcrry The Rev. C. E. Hunt, pastor of the Cootcr Baptist Church, has nc- :epW(l a cnll to the pastorate of he local Baptist church, and will reach here only one Sunday of ach mcnlh. He will continue to . Johnson was hostt-55 io a watch party Friday light. Her giicsls were served a pot uck dinner, and spent the balance 5f the evening playing bridge. Mrs. Lcyon Earls wns hostess to i party Monday night in honor of h c birthday of her husband. The !6 guests played fiddlesllcks and ;ther games. Refreshments of snnd- viches. salad and Individual birth- Rayborn Ovcrturf hns rcturnw to'SI lx>uis after spcndins several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Ovcrturf. , . Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Best nnd daughter, Wanda, returned home Monday slier n vlsll wilh relatives h. "mic rTirnrdcau. • Miss Alice Smith of Brighton. Tcnn., is vIsiliiiR friends here. Miss Hazel Calioon. who spam the holidays with her parents. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Galloon in Holland. Scout News Boys Girls Cul) Tack No. •! held n meeting : asl. niglit when the regular pra- sram was carried out. including a shadow' play by members of one of the dens. Games were plnycd un- Ml nine o'clock when Ihc meeting was dismissed. tc'it Mo"nday to resume her work in the Wardcll school. Her brolher At the Hospitals Miss Bcndcnn, Huey, ionic sciiuui- nui .j.v.v • •-- " also home for the itheville hospital. , underwent an operation for appendicitis last, night nl Hie Bly- rleads Merger of Rail Lines lav cnkos were served. Mrs.-P. F. McCutchen was hoslcss '.o the woman's Missionary Society Monday nfternoon. Due to the ab ^nc" cf the president the vie president. Mrs. Newberry Johnsor presided. She read the seven U chapter of Matthew ns the devo tional. Plans were made for serving the Holary Club luncheon and after the regular business the mecl- ing was adjourned lo meet next week in Ihe home of Mrs. Buford Spence. Eleven members were present at the meeting of the W. M. U. i' Ihc hcnic of Mrs. J. R, McDantcl •'.. Monday. IL was a regular business meeting, nnd plans were made for the Association a I W. M. U. meelins which will be held in dtcclc January 14. riltv members of the B. Y. P. U. and Sunday School attended the '•nteh party at the Baptist church Friday niglil. Games \\erc played lomiays, returned lo Cape Glrnr- lenn where he Is altendlm; sclinji. Mclvin Patterson of Burlrainn Mich., hns arrived for n visit with ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. !•• I. I. Bailey, of Holland, is n"Mcinpi>is wilh her ds^hter. Mrs Chns. Tammer. who Is in St. Joseph's hospital recovering from an operation. Mr nnd Mrs. Raymond !<mkcs and son have relumed lo Chicago afler a visit here with relative*. Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Fisher and son, Ronald, have relurnccl from Porlngevillc, where relatives. they visile^ Rabbi Pollack Is To Discuss We oi Zola On Sunday afternoon. January 9, n t 3 o'clock Ihe regular weekly services ol Temple Israel will be resumed. "Fmile '/.ol;i. Champion of Truth." will be- Ihe .suo- jcct of the sermon delivered hy Rabbi Pollnck. A cordial Invllatlon has bceii extended lo the public. Library Makes Films Oi Rare Manuscripts CTinay m-in. u»".^ »v.. v .~, PHILADELPHIA (UP)-A library nnd r-IrcshmenU served, after | consisting ot nim record; of vaUi- which a devotional was held, at j able manuscripts nnd volumes wil midnight ! bc available to the student delving Mrs H A Spence. who has been J into ancient literature if university •U for s-veral weeks with Influenza, \ of Pennsylvania Bicentennial plans A son wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wilson, nf Osceola. Inst nichl at Hie Blylheville hospital. Mrs. J. D. Council, of I/>ach- villc. nndL'iwent nn operation to- :]nv nt the Hlylhcvlllc hospital. Mrs. R. I'. Wndo is a patient at trc Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Carolvn Louirc- Mitchell, of Luxora, is n patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Scrapbooks Win Prize Awards For Three Girls Scrapbcick.s rontaiiiina picture's. ncwsp:i|\-r publicity and vnrlr",- —,,i... p^riihiinjr in ihr tn:i7 Blvlhevllic Chicks have won l"ii dollars In rash awards tor Ihr." high school girls who In -n contest sponsored by Convli Joe Dilcly nnd E. F. Bc-lt. Ir.i-al pli '- lo'jraphcr. vcaled and Bifts exchanged. Re fvesliments were served. . o • * ; Mr nnd Mra. L J. H:i?.el an son Listen jr., left this week foi Jncksonville. Flc,..' whci-e they will spend a month's vacation. Mrs Harry Rldglcy of Mount '"-v.i. Mo., is visilUig velntiies here. , I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pc=!c spent Pnturday in Memphis. Mi-s 7,adia Collins and son, 'lorn and Mrs. Margaret Lewis drove lo Memphis Montluy. Tom outran''! there for Onlfporl. Miss., where lit attends school. Mrs. Collins anc Mrs. Lewis returned home Tcics 'Mrs Gussie VanAusdnll left fill urdnv for California, to visit, hc =011, "James VanAusdnll at San Ic dro and a sister-in-!;iw. M' 1 Vivian VanAusdall. nccrnipamm Bob Brock, who wns returning nftc a visit wilh his parents. Mrs Roscoc Hayden sprnt ll •wW-k end tn Oficeola with hc mother. Mrs. Eninm B. Moore, nn other rclHtlves. Miss Bcrnice Chiltou. who was LANCASTEH, I'n. (UP)-Woc has been the lot of Carl Neuhmiser's j right leg sin ™ l!e w:ls B - Ilcs ' S0 now nnd for the first lime is trying to collect compensation for his injuries. Neuhouser's right ankle was fractured in n rolling machine when he was (i. At 18 nn army mule fell on his right leg; a slom- ach operation several years later , lelt his right leg temporarily iise- . Hss; five years ago he fractured his | n h't ankle nnd Inst year his right 1 shin was injured and an abscess 1 formed. This year lie slipped on a grease spot and again injured his right leg. He's trying to collect workmen's compensation from ins employer. Soldiers Carved From Police Bullets PT. JOSEPH, Mo. ( Ul')-Patrol limn Martin McNnlly is makm ^outiKstcr;; happy—with bullcls. McNally salvages the shells from Ihe police target range and makes them inlo toy soldiers. He passes i them out while he is on traffic duty. JUI CLIIU-IV iJ"3""" -I --------- .1 the day for his portrayal of the mercurial Plnntagenet prince. He brings his production and company to this city exactly as it was during his triumphant return engagement in "King Richard II' in New York earlier in the season, with Frederic Worlock, Lee Baker. Lionel Hogarth, diaries Dalton. A. G. Andrews. Donald Randolph imd Eleanor Phelps in the most important roles. . Mail orders arc now being received at the Memphis Auditorium. The real name of Lewis Carroll, author of "Alice in Wonderland," is Charles L. Dodgson. iKITZl Everything for your enter lainmcnl and comfort. Weds. - fhurs. . employed in Blyllievlllc for several monlhs hns rclurncd llom(1 y Jane Bcnnetl. of l.iltlc ' First honors in the contest won awarded to Maiy Jean Afflick. who s lo rrc-clve five dollars in <-:i«h 'or what was judged the .ilevcrr-t ! and most comprehensive book. Hi' 1 ; entry in Ihe cnnlc-sl wns an muii-ual : volume with hand made walnut 1 covers bound with leather Ihrnv^r. Kntbryn Lavcrt.y's entry was awnrdrd the second prixe o( thro dollars in cash. The "overs won fashioned of varnished plywood :uri the front cover had A --l-i-.v, sketch of an Indian head, symbolic flock, Ark., who has bec'ii visiliii? her sister. Mrs. Harold .S. Jones. uiul Mr. Jones, relumed Sunday to Conway, Ark., where she is a .student at llendvix cellege. Dr. and Mrs. l>. J. «\<im"i> ••>": nounce lh e arrival of n daughler at the Methodist hospital «' Memphis. Monday. She hns been named Jane Ann. Philip Asher. who spent Ihr n..'|,lays hero with his parrnli. Mr. «nd Mrs. John W. Ash"', l^l '"clay for Wnslmiulou. D. C.. wlu-re lie" attends wlwol. Bobbie orern. nf Jour:;'ooro Ark., .spent lh.- past week here wilh his aramlparcuts. Mr. niul Mrs. J"" 11 Green. He i.-imncd home Sunday. Mr. nnd Mi;, Albert Mlchie have moved lo Mi.-i.l:i to nv.iko Iheu hcmc, j M r. nud Mrs. C,rori:c Brown 11 .: turned Sunday I'fiu a wedilms i"i> ' ui Little Rork and Hot Sprm?-. The demure young woman nbovc is one of the lesser known and seldom photographed members of the President's cabinet group—Susanna Wilson, daughter of Secretary of Labor Perkins and 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. Distressing symptoms ick I v relieved... rub on Snails may have anywhere from 16 lo .10,1)00 U-elh. MrTm , YOUIl i PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Work Low Prices SOUTH WORTH Ovrr Joe Isancs'jBQB Hemorrhoids-Piles CUUICI) WITHOUT SUHGERY & GUAttANTBBU Snfr. sure and with less discomfort. All discnsrs and conditions of nervous origin, fnot ailmcnls and skin cancers trcaXcd and cured at our clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Oslcopathlc rhjslelam Phone 08 liljlhcville, Ark. r-ll JUIn A WNWO S. KIMAH Rcrfutlio". Oi«n fc, GfOJOf SftVtNS. Scuen flar tr f. 0. \Votf^ai))r. trc.u\ firsno. S. T. U;vcn. •\l«o Paramount News & Comcily ALSO A I-'ULL RKEI, OF Klli "BOMBING Ol' THU U- S. S. 1'ANAV." Allmissirn Malincc 10c & "6c Ailmission N'iglit 16e A Mo has had a relapse. are completed Mrs. Minnie Taylor and daugh- Icr. Mrs. Ralph Rushing, spent Inst week end in Memphis wilh Mr. John Gaston hospital. Hc Is greatly mprovcd. Mire Louise Stccle. who was recovering from influenza, has had of Ihc Chickasaw tribr- for the learn is named. Third prize in the contest wa.< awarded t" Patricia Wise. Her scrapbook hnd nn artlstirallv arranged cover henring the head ol Instead of thumbing Ihrough a | a football player. She will cosily manuscript, or volume, the'., j 2 cash nward. sludp.nt will ask the reference' |,A railroad man -Who starlcd as h vodman 35 years ago, George D, Brooke, above, o£ Cleveland, lias been elected president of. i Uie Chesapeake and Ohio rail-: I read, and is slated to direct I 'ihc newly consolidated eastern trunk system of the'Q, Sc O., Eric and Nickel Plate- lines. ., a relapse. Mr. «nd Mrs. I. N5. Greer and children, of Harrisburg, were guests of Mrs. Greer's parent'!. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spence. Sunday. films. A supplied with projector tn a darkened : room of the library will reproduce the entire book, page by page, to j v ™ Mn ~J 7, mpi - nt's leisure. Ml. VtBNO N -°- UI be read at tlie student's leisure. , «,,,„,, »* P»t.ot Jhc -".v-ity's ^^br£jSut -^ ^^o 8 ^^ 1 h^eumied l£S SL,^f ^"" SFSS?^- S 1 to Memphis after spending her va- photographs already filed. !„ ', Kla i e , rcUon Thr scrr.ncl tin, cation wilh her pa rcnts . Mr - anti — Mrs. Albert Vaughn. Mrs. John MiClanaluin ilaiiBhler. Miv. Jane, arc i from their hum- near Cotlonwon.l i-oint. to liiwn property on :'.-vcnth :.trcel. Miss Eunic." I.iltlr returned _ urday cvonin.. lirai Kansas OU-S- L :.R>., where she lud ::psi»t Ulc ' ):>st v:cek on businc:-:, . Mrs Walker 1' nnd son. t.n- ; 1C " snent last week in Kansas City, Xio., whero Mrs. Prince nt- 'onded to busings, ; Mr. nnd Mr,. A. T. n""'""^^! ^uah<"r. Mrs. P.iiil Howard an'J tamily. They v-;r ncr.ompnnio.rt -,'niiin by Anlla ^u"- Howard. »U° id scvcial (inys wilh them. j'lrVand Mrs. J. K. Lawrence nnd Howard Binuhnm wrvo in M^m- -his over the week end. Mr. I ' iuint visited his d;ni.:!,ter. n ;>• ;ix the BaptiM sn'J i;V. Miss., and visited Mrs. iCilcc's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Corrects Error, ,..„.«: «.• .„ _ r, T will spend scvcial nnvs wilh Passes Bone Dry '• • -- • ient Mr. . . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lcggctt have moved to Doniphan, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Tucker have Ainian Fillmorc was the first not only berr but a I forms Pr"dent of the United Stales w toxicants were ruled om. taken balh In Ihe \Vhtte House B f Mrs. ' Occanblne stopped Washington, D. C. bccv - Simlls haw lr,th cr. iiuigucs. and they .miro their l:. •v'.fl' rasping procr^. which wue-rs I'wii'S'thP food much in Ihe fashion that a file wears down a surfs" 0 - ROXY Admission Alwaj's lOo & 26° Show every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday * Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees slatt 2:15 p.m. Saturday Co vtimious showing from 1 to ll:«) p.m. Night shows start G:lo p.m. PAL Ailulls Admitted for Trice of 1 j Ralph iMni-Ran & Kiiy

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