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MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1931 HI.YTHEVIIXE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Machine Guns Halt Riot in Cell [louse Dele-gates Hear Ail-; ss In' Slsle Business I Women's President. "Lcnial Pay tut 1 Equal \Vovl: Eimally Well Pf-rfornieu" was t :•• l!/. me- of the address by-Miss l.'-i- iv.:a Wilson cf l.i'.'.li- r.o;i:. 'lit incident, at- ti'u annual d:•:'.:!:! conference of the Hi', "li 1 . 1 :: 1 ; - : • Profcssicnal Women 1 :; ci.ib h.>:v Saturday ntglu i.n'l Sunday. S!ie ttUo told ilu: 50 delegates. •>•.'. \ \iillcrs cf the. part the M';».,iii,-. bois, of this. OM'.aiii-AiUnii in ;-, raitntiles. can pl.iy in '.in' ::::.!'.;• ap.ce of Ihe vurld pra.jj i::o..'i;i.-ii and urged this isciiuly rib .1 |i:iii tlp.il project for 1931. Visitors Here fr.r Dinner In lakin;: u;> state v.cik ^!,c cli;- cnsf.ed Occupational Th.'iapy an- attempts bL-ing made by the kansas Federation ci W^ui'i-'s i (o liave thr Icslsbt'sre iwsi a ti:ovlding for this subject lo %* "'wht i" stale medical ^clucl ing Saturday evcMint; at (he- Wo- i v '°"' siiidyiii? Uic Ar- i PAGE TIIUE1-. LAUBA LOU BPOOKMAN. _v*& - Author of WEAff HUNGRy/ ©l?3t IV&EA iCRVKt? 111:01 •< IIKRK TOKAY '•. V1",V Mi-llltlliK, lU-jrl.v-«l liUt In tt .Vi'M Vurk i>m^r, ! Ni'inMi. Una limij) i>hrM jkk i iK ilnil A I. AN CIKI-illV, Ju,l r> niiii-,1 rnnii n ;r:ir «uil i<S)Liiu Ctrl, ni In I,,- t II n |i:n )li«X I'rc ]i,li mid uf nil. tlttK^x i Btic- U man's club uucnriud by club mem-i cell block, throv.u b?rs frcm Jonesboro. I'aiugoiild. Os- ! ctola and lilyllievillc tuiJ severs! | visitors from uiher parts of the, state. . I Other speakers, for t::e nuhl meeting were: Mrs. Ova S:uar; :.: Koit Smith, general district dhec- for. MUs Ruth Crensli.iw. ftttl vis: president ol the Jonrsboro c'.i:b. Mrs. Clarence Kolcier, district c'.viir- mau. Mrs. H. Ij.. Gladish. presid?;it of the Osi:eol.i club, and Mi-..'-. S=l- Uie Barn;tt. societal y ol !!ic j-,:::-s- toio cl'ib. Mrs. Vora Lyons. I'.nv.- gotil'J, sr.ng a solo: piano se;ccli.-.:i = by Miss Lorn a Wilson and the emblem benediction by M:s. l}j'; Barnes completed ihc- pro-jram. In the SuLidisy morning pra;;r;;:ji Mrs. W. J. Bean!, stall nirm; /- .'liip chairman. Pfira^onld, qave- t.'.o ivcleome for other club representatives ami Mrs. Uora Mabiey. Jaiios- boro. made the re.s,>uius. In !V round labb discussion Mrs. Oi 1 .-. Stuart, Mrs. W. J. Beard, ^iss L?c- ncra Wilson and Mrs. LX-ra if-.i- brey were the principal s;je.ikrrs. Attend Church Service At the morning church servivc?. of the First, Baptist church, wV.en ! the business women were quells c' honor. Ihc R'.-v. Alfred S. I! iruvll pi-cached 0:1 the- Ihema -Ly:lii. r ; Business Woman." The "Get Acquainted Lnnchocm" nudiine gunuirs of lh; Illinois National Guaid As they appeared it: Cell I!oii«c P .at llic i:cnili nli'.iry v.litre they quickly quieted a new riol whk-li l>c^au llrre whiif luveslii:ato r s cair:co uf e.u-ik-r dividers. Xote the dtbris Sitterin-; the Hour of the circular Irc'i'.i cells by ivre-.iining convicts Mho ill! tlie urim HIT; bi'cn in Iho backcrouiut. m - r. 'IJn- \r:irlx !• n bnrf. sho Iriuri. In ^i'i hiT Nvrn|i* nail KH In.Lilr, ln-nra n nuUo 111 lbi> |||'\( ruiniL runt iiiiruD Ikr Jour (n •«•<• it 111:111 rllmliliKr In Ihr ^iMduw. llr \- .HMi:s \VAI.I.ACi:, Kunl of llir '1'iiin hrlil^r*, iThn knH fulfri'il lij lUf llrr v»L'tkL>r f(> »Mj]|l Eko illniiLT purl? KIII^TM. \Vnllni-v ffllH '.>!'-) hi- bin Jiml lirr« IHIrJ l.y his tliini'ir. SUr iiditklli «he hr\h krxd Ik.- N ...... • i-M.rili N". 'I'" »|il^ ""' K'-rl lir rnrrm ttir Wnlliu-i.- nxk* (>.i|is> to in^rrr lil>M, .she flul rr- ri.-^rs liut Intrr niu-rplM, Ihi'j uro murrlrU tint imimlm: MI, I uM.t- Ihr Irjiln fur b'urfal III). Al Jhu'H kiniir iHry nrr un'rlcd llly In HIV Rlrl. JlNi lnkr> D lniu>lt HI chr fcirliniL tl duy iiMd Nkr arm l"t \>[ili'kln^ Ihrjn. (ijlmr u ihry nrc. Jlui rriillru > 1 Jtm't ^iaul lu /iiffl Man Looks Like Fly on [Nose of Giant Dirigible erwoiih'i uynnnilo ninironch. The! niiura cliceku wcro llorlil nnrt her lnclM bableil aa slid talked. \Yi\llaco was annoycil. "No," lio nld, "none of my relatives wcro at lio ivcddlnu. 11 Since lio did not volunteer nny itber litforitiiidoii -Mrs. Gutter- vorth tried aenln: "\Yoll, of court>o lots of iicotilo ircfcr « siiinJI \vefidiiiK," alio \vciu on. "Sometimes 1 think lliey'ro ilccr. Only I was Ililnkln;; ulmiil ''our Aunt Mllen, Mnnl Becm IIUO o her for you to brlitii homo a \v[f la she noliiK to Mvo wllli you — 7" "1 don't tliliil; Aunt Kllcn tins iillo ficltlcil ]RT iirraiiKtiniiintri, 11 Cy«sy Biioko u|i serenely. "Vim Bt come to PI'O u^ nonio day, .1I:« "Tlicroi Mtrt now!" exclaimed Jim. "Oil—Mr. llarrUon!" • • * '1*H1! nirm turned. Gypsy aa* Hint lio u;id abort—only n lUllo (nllcr Hun herself—mid heavily built, lio \voro a black lint atul he- nealli (ho Liiin Itfti lutlr luoM enow \v|ilu>. Ho )i.n] n wtiito, Eiiuftii'ly cut unisincho juul ILO wan sindkln r : n long cl^ar. lo know nil Jini'H ITjAl'UNK. who [l ^^ convt'i-piillon hai ilH!,!:,, cnniu ur:i \V;illi«-i Ehiin . n. ln-r .!^\.i lil.!«: Ill" .V,:ii!, L L:ii;il lie- uiillnl for lliciu , "Ili-lln, Jim." ho iuiKlin'.n MIC, \Vilh hnnecr <iucr5 xwuns wide nt the Gcodyoar-ZtppMn dock at Akron. O.. the sun got Us first pec[: nt the partly covered rke!ftcn of (he U, S, S. AV.rjn thw other day. So vas'. in proportions arc both the iliriQiblc and its htnser t'nnt (lie photos^plipr had to ut-t o!V in the dis!.ince to tnke Lhi.s picture, lint ." 'he GofT Hotel v;ns followed with I U you C.HI see that sp-rt-k t 1 -! ihc end of ihc arro\v. it represents n \vovkunn nl ihc top of one of Ihc j 85-foot extension ladders! Other ladders can be s2en around the rose o? tl:e craft, where experts arc beginning to cover the framework ol the world's Jarjest ciimible. final session, aUo held at tii" o^ After the ci-jb collect vas given by Miss Mary Turner, Para- gculd. these led in Llts round tabldiscnfsions: Miis Cora Lee. Cote- mati, Mrs. Cirace Ellis. Par.lgoiil:!, Miss Saliic M. Crow and Miss" Marie HarnUh. Jtrs. H. L. RejTiolds president of the local club, gave inrsmg wishes to (he visilo. 1 .-. She Got That"\Vav M Yarhro Mis-; Grace Wiley spent tlic wrct t-mt with her parents in Memphis. Mns Victoria Tljoiupson was a Blvihcvil 1 .- 1 visito. 1 . Friday. Miss Victoria 'niompson v:ns a Blvthevillc visitor. Friday. ?!ir? Marie Det'n II^LS rctnrnetl to Echcol after a brtef nin?is. 1 Mr. Edward B. Akin visited the! Yr.riiro school, Saturday mortiiti^. i Mips Effio Chapman was a Dly- i thrvll]-! visitor. Saturday. ] Vonion Boyd was the guest of j Robert Thompson. Friday nieht. j Miss Bonnie V/hcelcv spent the | week end in B'.ythevillc. I The Yarhro J .-H club g,ivr a St. I Pr.ti'icks program Thursday nighi at thy sehcol. A lary-: crowd attended- Gainas were enjoyed and ^ pro^raia was giv^n with the following participating: Helen Ayres, i Victoria .Jones. Vera Loc I'irkett. j Elriorn Ken). ^?.dinc WilJis and i Hurl Boyd. I 'iOU *MKANS 72 MILE HIKE : ^. y.\N"COUVKI?, Wash.. tUPJ— D.' P Fauhion and M. C. Rover. p e^!o- j piM, 3:avc a jo!:. But '.o""el to it. I they had to Iiikc- r> nnics—hajf of ! it en Fiicu'.^io^s. Thpy were cm- ' ployed by the forteral j;eo!o7icr\] | survey to collecl dnit on water j flow nt the head of the Louis liver.. Osceola nctv- -Personal MiW 4EO OX WITH Till: MTOIl\ CHAl'TKlt XVII V]1!S- MAU.1E rosplt-ntlctil In a puriilo ci iJcuib;p, with lier dau^hlcr her. loss obtuislvQ lu tihio. hcadc nr:i^s Hie room directly to\v;r,J Hi tiilil-. 1 at ivlik-li Jim niu! tlyrsy were nliLluj:. Cyjisy had barely time to wiirn In JL subihu'fi voice: "Tliuy'ro cuiniji!; over here!" before Mv3. HiilU'i wui ih was IjQbLde them. "My ilcar .Mm." sliu busnii In n {•n.;!tinn voice. "WL-'VU bcartl itic ih'^s ;ini] just Inul lo ron 10 over to pee It it's /ealty true! It il—1 mean is Mils —T .inn In'l risen- "How do you do. Mi:;. Elulloru-nrlli." lie Haiti, "irin. I);ipiniL\ Tliia \s Mrs. \VnlEace. 11 lie lu'riuMl. "(.Jypsy'. 1 \vuni to hitiudiicc smiir? old fiicmls—MIK. iJulLerworlh mid Miss l);!|ilinc Kutlcrworili." "Tin-Li it Is I rue!" lieameil tbe older \v(ii:i;ni noiltllny h?r head vigorously us sho snikkc. "And 111 hi is tlic hUle Liritio!" She Bleupcil back. | c:oiu i t > nlratln <( ; her sinllos on Gypsy, tail iK?foro anyone clap could speak she was oft tiKaln: "We licnrd this itinitiin:^ you iveic n:iirrlcd and I dr.ulate yon could bine knackeil me over wllli n fculher! Jim's cue of inir l«>ys. you know I'o think you're itclually niairleil. J. .. -it. ciuist havo hnpliencO nil uf 11 siulduu, dliln'l it? Voting love. I suppose!" Her voice carried to bnlt n dozen surrounding tables. Jim's face owed by bcr iiiullKT. nnw ln'i l i j ! ' ;| niptciK "Lion'i y»ii ililtih u-i- sin "M t: - !l UD nov:. Mollierr' sho s:iiil. "M» niiimltilinoiH \viis fnr l:ir«" "Oil. Of COLllHO. I'lll l=lliUilV (!<• H^bU'd In b;ivi) incL you. .Mis. \\',\\ Ince. VOII'TL- a R\\vi-1 lltdi 1 iliinc yes, you ure! Von nuil li;i|ilLin' will have to t;el Idf-fHu-r, I'm t>iir<< ymi il bnvc ii luL hi i.-ommuu. <livy tny (use to your nuikt, Jim. COILIO, D.inUne Gooriby!" WH)] n bearl-Iolt "^noilhy 11 Jlni j droupcd down lo Ills tlitilr. "Town j ^irstl" liu Crumbled. "TlmL wuinnn ! can secnl gussln n mile off uml lell-J e*'i;r> Ibing :'hu knows. N'es'or B:I\V i jierKon 1 Unly i-e:isuii slio came over licro \vnn lo nco wtint film coulil lltnl out. Siiy—ynu knew how lo banillo her Uionr.U. '1'bnl wai? fiinruA u«L to i;lvo IIIT liny s;ula- rnrllon about Aunt KILcn." flyjtriy Miniicil. "I svn;i ufnld you'd do no] tic thing vlolcni," H!IO t~^\\t\. "Yon looked as (hough you were abuiit icnily to." /['ho waiter bronclit the ilc^erl. \Vnll:iCR s.ilil, "'I'tiorc's 0110 other nlncc I'd llho to tal;o ymi since wo'ro downlown. Mow about coin Ing over to iho olV.ee? Murk otiKtil to lie tbnrti now. I.Ike to RO?" Shn told liEcn shu wniilil. They rose lo lonvc ami \VnUaco tio'ilcctl bbe was carrying a sinciH object, "Clik'Uen." bhe oxiitiiliicil, "for F'nL II'H just a ISltlo piece. I ivrapiXMl It. in my bumTkerchiot." "OJi. bo—so you're rcsortluy to bribery!" "It isn't tlml. T Jusl dbln't think il wns riylit for iiour 1'al lo Hlay out in Llic car In Itio cnlil \vbllo wu wcro call UK und not ^et iinyililng tor It. ^^'on l t lie Le liun^ry?" "He'll cat chicken Jill rlplit—nny me. Hut bo sure iticrc'b no bono. Lu "Mr. \i:\\'c a Umk (it the : n:i '-'.\ i^pnl Lbo ulrl's "(llai! i*> hnow you, - f:ilil. So jnu'ro LhP iui's up :MII] m.irrlcil \V ) I til " (u l;i:nw you (oo. Mr. • ;I'--JIIL y«ii." 1 Tin n'lK-r iv.:w loohcil •<• dMiililfnlly. Lliuii.- i ol! I.nl <O [i^y lvi)L-w Hi •.' itai^hiii 1 :-.! w:rj a "Well. I'd t he H i l« burjicd with slowly ronuiitlnij color. "Won't you sit da Uyi-sy "O!i. no, lhank you. my dear, but \\a can't slop. We're on luo wing. Yes— on the wlnfil \\ r lier« is your home, Mrs. Wallace? 1 Biiui you're o plrnnyer In Forest City?" "I've always lived in Now Vork. IJ Gypsy told her. "So that's where you were mar rled. D.ipbne and 1 had been uon dcritig. Q tile I wedding I su[ipos sincu none ol Jim's relnllvca wcr( there. They weren't, v-'uro lliey Jim?" Chicken IKUICS are bad Tor do£s." They crosFt'rl tiic loiidy nml went !n- iviltcrcil lifter, I licit] nti -. iiij-.lu. on Uiu r.'nss of the 1 1 iv lo|i UUH i ho legend: iin. MlllR and Wallace, nt- ui iiuv." luahlo \vaa a small i iiDin. Au nttracltvQ £\\\ tat at [hi; ili'sk f:idn^ tlient. She mi aud tuulli'd n-i they en- icvcil. \\'aibcc Hicppcil forward. "Miss 01 13." liu ml.l. "Llils lit Mrs. \Vnl li«ce. (Jypsy. Mlsn CJtln is nlioul tho biiblcm ivr. c -tm duwn hen. 1 . Any time I'm not lu you can leave u messa^o willi her. Mie |;DUWM whcru I am where 1 wns itttd where I'm KOlns (jvtn Li'.'forc L ilo. 1 ' Tito two n1rl:i sliool; hainla. Tlici Mnn-lsun led the way into tlia l:iri;e fnint nIHcu which wan his prlvnie aAticturn. "Kit dtiwn IIUID, Mrs. Wallace*." lie said, pointing to u worn tuitlhcr nrinrhiilr. dyiisy wink Into lls com- Tcrlablo dcplhn and Mark Ihrrksnn l liiirk Ui Ills hi all f ulil-fash- lonud dcf;k cliiUr. U W-.IB n lone room wllli shelves ot dlupy-backcd law Ijonka ngulnsl two wnlla. Directly over ILutlsou's was HURiiomlcd a ^rcuu-Rhadcd light. It wus huruinij ami yet (lio room wns Liiilf iu ahnilow. Through I lio iwo windows at tlio frotil aittoil urny llfjlit. 1'rtitued (iliolugmiiba dccoralcil tho walls. The [ilacc nccmcd mellowed by age and clouds ol lobacco smoke. llnrrlson's ileak wns a litter ol hftoUs uml maiiur.crUUs. Ua bo rhovcd 5;[iine of diem nalilo to out on Ihe. street. Tho roadster WHS parked nt (he rlybl. As they nrarcd the car tho fox terrier's head tin- pcared over tho Beat unii ho bct;nn ivrlgglliiR dellfihlcdly. Jlnt-held the dunr back for (!ypay. LEien climticil in at the other side. The terrier hail sitld'ud (he chlckcu mid bis c.xcl lenient redouhiCi). (lynsy fed him. bit by Ml. as they rw:e ilown liic slrcct find Vat nc- ceptctl ibc morsels politely. They turned (o the left. Twu bloeUa fui'lher and Jtui drew lu revi-al an a.sh tray antl [Mil down rlsar. 'Now let's have ft look nt you," he br.id. leaning forward in his chair. Um—mn! I'reily girl: Don't look nld GILOUKH lo be married though, jlrn yjys you'ro from Now Mrs. nullcrworth's InqtilslilvcJ towr.nl the curb, lie parked the car darted from one lo the other. The purple bat flat ing abruptly back from her forehead was trimmed with a feather ornament of brighter shade, ft reminded Cypsr ol a headlight, singularly appropriate considering Mrs. But- anrl all three ouL There were two lall office b-jihl- lilies in tho row but they i>.i£ these. Half way down the blncSj was a Lhrcc-Mory brk'k structure ivtth n stairway nt Ibc slilc. A main appeared In Uiia doorwa%\ [ after awhile:," Harrison continued. "Kvery pi a re you go la pretty much alike. N*o (all buildings hero. Not Mi.*. Chas. Urivrr or l.lttle Rock, fcLnierly of Osceola. was the hon- ovei- ^i a delightful afternoon hnrigr party when members of the Jour iable auction bridge club ai:d several extra guests were en- terlaiucc! by Mrs. K 3, Driver at her Iioriic here. r'. i31: score prize was awarded Mrs. rd L. Quinn, Mrs. L, B. Swift cm consolation . prlzo and Mrs. Cnvrr was presented a chnrmlng guest lavcr. Delicious rcfrrshmonts v.ti"': ,-cvvod foltawing the game. GuLsts besides the honorce Inchid- , cd Vrs. W. E. Johnson of Little! " " ~~ ' I Reck, ttho is visiting her paretils. | club prize WEIS awarded Mrs. Her-| Cnrtwrlf;ht and Mr?. (lariwri^hrs ! Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Driver, Mrs.^bcrL Shlppcn. Mrs. D. S. Lnney won j sister, Mrs. George Acianis of Little Nobic Hunt of Luxora. Mrs, J. S. i high score guest prize and Mrs. \ Rock, who b visiting here for a ' n E ^ or n few clnys visit, when Mrs. Hilhhuniy cf Tllythcville and Mes-1 Charles Rose cut consolation Javor. j fow days. ' I White e\i>crt.s lo accompany h?r ilaines L. D. Masscy. W. J. Driver,- ... j jvr- s5 n s Jallc \vcathrrsbv. EU/.i- i { ° Ulljc Ruck . Godfrey White and Hugh Craig,! Mrs. Charles Driver of Little jb?ih Doyle and Evalvu Eniprson. | ^ Ira - Clyde Cng!e is seriously lit York (lypsy uomlcd. Mark Harrison was (lie most genuinely friendly l>cr«on she had met In Forest City. S!ic ilkcd life blufT. matter of fact ways. "Well, you'll get used to us "Whenever Mr. Ilnrrtam gets llred of Forest City ho packs his firip mid cocs around the world/' be lolil Gypsy. "Not ntiy more," the olbor man eald. "I'm cctttnc loo old lo iravoh I'vo heen Liere lu this olfke now nearly 45 ycr.rs." "Jim tolil mo you were Us father's niivlrier," Gypsy u'.U In. I I'TAIlltESON shook his iiwd aHlrm- L1 atlvcly. "Uiiriid \Vnltaru u-n« a line 111:111," hu B:\Ld. "And let HLO tell yun this youns fi-llow, Jhn lieio. i;olim to make Bniiicthhig nf iiiin- 'IT smile diLy loo! You can hcU> liint. chili!--uml I lielU'i'o you vvllil" "I'm >;olru; to try," (lynny tulil. "You'll do It. You Iwti ui'Klii lo Kd atony [ill ri^ht. Hy the way. <[liu t Wlu:p!..-r rulli'cL lio fnyn that iu-ar- niji's FtL for next TuesiJay—" Flic tv.'o nifii wore doejt In a Ic^nl (UtCUSHloil WllL'i; .illSK OllH npl-CilH'it In the iliKiiwiiy. "Mr. Harrison.'' nu'iit with .ImtKo lliilclniiKnii fur ivni o'clock. It's 10 mluulCM atter—" "()li, (£oil I>|O.SH my Emil! So I iliil. Have to rush — !" llarrhon *vnn mi lila reel, hut In liand. "You'll excuse me, Mrs. \Valhre? (llnil yon rainc to sue inc. Conic m;;titK Jiai — when mo yon yoln^ Lo ask nio out lo dinner?" ''Just »s P.Don as you'll como," >Yiillnco us si i ret) him. "\Yo must RO ton," pnlil Oypsy, '.'Jhi]'3 nnnl will tbluk wu'ro lu&l." Wullnco led llio way r\ml llarrl- auu am! Cypsy Tolloweil. A« they ' went through the door thn hid liiw- ycr salil lo Iho slrl in a lowered voice:. "Uon't let Aunt l-'isi-n frighten you. Slio's a tai lur. Always wns! Don't you ii-t b«r worry you." Tlieie wiu4 somcifiiuK nilschlc- vons ;ilKiiit (he way lli« wliiti- miii- lacho Ikiljlicd. The two e.sclianued an niulcr?lan(llnK ^Icitsec. When they vearbod thn nh|p\viilk Jim offcrcil tn diIvo Hutrison to Ijiy [t[i;yot[ktnK'iit but the older m:ni shook bin hcml. WiilltliiH. he sutiL w.i? his rjiorclsc. Il ivoulcl'i'l .liuH ISIll lltilcbltiHou to wnlt annliicr 10 mUnilw. It wonhl IK: mxn! for liitn. With a uourdy valulo llmrlsun liirnt-il his hikci; luid wiilkcd uwav briskly. It wna nearly tbrco o'elccU rrhen tbc Kiteii rnndsier lurncil into ihc drlvo IcndliiK u[t lo Ibo Wutluvo homo. Pat jumped out llrst. Jim loft Hit car wbcvc It was ami went up to Ibo door with (iyiisy. As ihcy iMilcrctl the liouai; they heard vouea coining from ihc llvlnu room. Jim twik n quick glancu and ducked bad: again. "Ye yoilsl" be yroancil, "Moro ynbblingl" They wci'o \vomcn'a voices and Ellen Wallace's roi=Q nbovo llio olhura. "Oli, Jirn, I ilon't \\ant lo meet any more iiooplc nor;!" Oyp-*y whispered. "Won't it be all rlybt 1C I so upstairs." "Sure—go nlong! I'll *ncc tho mob—tell 'em you've got LI lieail- ncbo." Gyiisy smiled gratefully ami ran up tho stairs. Her husband he.sl- tuled u moment, then tlistt'iipuarod Into the library. "Trouble!" tm mumbled as tie \v^nt. in front'oi tho living rootu lire- New York but much. l)o (hey EO much mil so a people don't var Jim?" "Ynu know more about that thnu [ du," th« young man ftniwcreil- place Hireo inlddlo-atjcrl women Fat v.itb chairs drawn close to^eincr. Ellen Wallace was lu tho center of the Kroup. ''lint Kllen." her neighbor on the right was sriylng, "what on cart'j arc we going to do?" (To J!e Continued) turned to his home in Little Rock | anri struck n tree. He was knocked lasi night. Mrs- Attains is remain- ; unconscious. When he recovered ' he discovered he had been robbed of S27. all of O?ccola. Rock, who formerly lived here, iind ' who are. attenriinp school nt Jo!i n s- nt Iier nom ^ ' ' "' from a } breakdown. -- A F A L I, S. hfiy walking N. Y. ! along ' Mrs. McCrary of Hot Springs, who • boro A. & M."" coHeip""sp^iU"Vh'-» ' ct>::ip!cle Mrs. II L, Quinn was host res to | i^ visiting her sister. Mrs. Hirry ' week-end with theV rcs-vtlvc I the two table ccnlract bridge club'Jones, were guests cf the Vcamnn families here" ' *"' V/APP! = to which she belongs, entertaining , Sunday school class of Ihe First! Mrs. II. S. Wilson jr anrl small' 'besides the club members, eight j Methodist church at their monthly j daughter, Nnncy Snow v.ho Ir.v : :ns "EimDurg roatl provfd -'doubit: :<>::ra guests including Mrs. R. S.'party when Mesdames Eli Myers, -soent the pas'," vwfc" visitVne Mrs '• J to r'Hrdy' to William Hay, In WiT?cn. Jr.. oT Winficld, Ln.. Mrs.;J. B. Miller, F. H. Morrow, and Wilson's parents Mr and Mrs T'• su ' crvi »g to avoid striking the boy j A. O. Dnxldson of Unlcntown. Ala-^Miw Maude Littleton were hostess- L. Williams retiirucrl'tu tiit>ir IT--II-' Rfly Iost control of l»is nulomoblk- | Mrs. Noelv Bowen of Chicago, and , es cntortnlnlng at Mrs. Myers' home. Jin Wiufield IT t Mrs. W. E Johnson or Little Hock,! Johnson or Little HOCK,; Artistic arrangement, of Jonquils! Mrs. Harrv Jon«»s has -,-. of whom arc visiting^ relatives- and fcrns madc Mrs _ Myers - horns ! guost this week, her sister," her in Csceola and the following Osce- oln frknds: Mesdames H. L. Driver. Hnlc Jrickscni. J. W. Cnrtwright. Jr.. V/. J. Driver. Sr.. Chns. Low- Jr.. and W. J Driver, Jr. festive for the party, which was ni- te ndexl by t -,vent y cl QJ and guests. Mrs. McCrary, who is McCarry of Hot Springs, mcmbora j Tw:mt.y-5% members of (ho First •BapJLst Church of Osceola nttoml- prrslcl2iit fd the rccieitsi mir-sionaty rally at A Quicker and Safer way to End Headaches BAKING POWDER FOR OV£R KfUXS S7fD -Muss.. iLH'i—Fric- lion rinr'.Hi n fire vvliicli dc.'troycrt i S7CO Oriental rui! while a work- n:?.ri -,vas cleaning (be nig uit'.i ••jr.soliii" nl the licmc n( D:. F- A. ' R l'.i.T(S. I'.OKTON". (ii'c!o:cd tl-.ai 233 of :he niatfs of Massicrv.rr-K.s 3l nn v.^rr cn^^.irj'.icd ;vhile l.O\V ( •:;• Im:; 8>(l in- ,i'._c t'ris- lor^ ;hnn yc:;rr. ol-.l. Of th" lot: 1 ! niratfr i.inat"F. MO r.;o lifers. UK &~ Jawfied ^t/Vnur nio.^priao to a Cm;ricr New-, Art Tnkc;- will bo trnn?- ;n;t'ct] ; o n.OOO § ti!¥§ \.,>> '«>/ i A. tc8 Jy Certain a Ai;cd SC3 Gull TtiiJlcs flly PORTLAND Me.. I UP) — 'ti d;?s I1-; average sr/ng;;ll live? r.U'RARV CIVF.X LECTERN nnAP^L IIIIL. X. C.. (UPl -A :'-eiilh rcni;;ry hnndc.irved lec- ^ ^ r?. Br Frirt.-iy rveninr ivo isblo contract bridge club to. j lives litre the past \vcek. A dclic- i io'is plate lur.ch was served fo^- j lowing iho gnme and ht?li score; i prize was awarded .Mrs, Guy Bryant. Mrs. Wilsor. was presented a! c!\iuniiiv; guest favcr. Other guests| : t':.dc.s tho lionorre and club mcin- i b:i : - were Mrs. Neely Dowen of' ; Ch1rai,'0 and Mrs. A. C. Davidson 1 of Unlontown. Ala., wlio arc visit- rcl.itives litre. I Mrs. R. A. Cartv IShcdt'nn and Mrs. E .\ T:-nfo:d cf thn Sunday School Council. George Adams, wh.i •.•.!:!•. Mrs. the and small Iiss Mary Adains. spent, iTven Cart-. her mother. Mrs. John \Vh;:--. r^- at scxl.i fcmntain winter In! by other forms. Conlainin;; "J? nurcoiics,u docs not disturb the d '* ! . C5 " on -\ nd '«Pr.™«d by donors Guaranteed pure and efficient, USE , ... ,. ui^tauun .uiu isapprovctl DV uoaors i .1 r t. i ^^—~'~ Jft —^-=- is. wh.i •.•.!.!•. Mrs an j un.gf.js,,. gnld at drug stores, le " ™ in °> i"9n ^S^iFiiV"--- lhcv.cek-rr.tl v,-!;h lOc.Mc.and GOcboRiwanlbydosc i crlr-d k,, n d,. i-VRte ' T.ial's 3. qncMion puivling Maine iivii or lead!.!" stinvl from nrvlh-: Mh. A t;'.iil in Casro Kay. easily :ILI Italy lias l)oc:i given (he Unt- : •i:s:in.-iiirlici! by exceptionally clavk vtrsl'.y o! North Carolina library; ; fr.uheis on I!:, -vinss. hns been nn liy the Rev. Aiuon Uurtis lluuler. i il.i obsi-rvnUou for 21 years. Rilclsh. doii)r ot l!i? Hunter Co!- | Inctton of Manuscripts and Karci . . . ^T'U: (;io-.vi Tlirnivli Hone Ecoks. . | Mr;. .). \V. Cartwrlght «\-as host- RNin. okh..«UPi—-Whra (lie;inn — 'ess to the two table bridge club to j-.Tjn.-i lo learn v.lirttie; 1 his early. Uittn-violel ray isnip? linvr liern which she belongs Friday nfter- i:cla!o:-s had sprouted. .Iuli;is inventrd by a G:i::ian physician to nccn. entortaluir.i! also an extra \Vn~:i,v [o;m:l one of the sprouts (real ire inteilm of the human; Uib'.e of gi;ests. lu.d Ki-cwn tlivjujh a piece of bone- body, an attends:,'. beiUj- ab!e toi Delicious refreshments were servile exhibited tho bine and the po-jwateh Ihe. et'cct of the li^lit on'rd in two course j following the af- jt.ito lo substantiate hti claim. ' various oigans. tcrnoon at cards and high score GAS Phillips "Cfi" and Texacn Save 60c (o 90r nn every Tank of Gas Open nay & Night Harry Bailey Arch, Hcrmondalc, ^lo. Harr)' Ilailey, 1'rop. COURTEOUS SERVICB H E AL from within ivith this new strength Mlsi Mary Fanlf, Clociratcr. N. T., uiltcs: "My face was blemished with many pimples. No frcMmcnl I used did them any Rood. I also hid bolls. My appetite TM.S poor. My irclstit was off nni) I felt ncrrous. After takinr S.S.S. my complexion t Ira red up beautifully, My appetite Improved. I now rest well -•I night anrt am crcalty bcncHlcd In every wr.y," You, too, will want to t-ake S.S.S. Select tho Tir([« size as It hoTds rto-jhlo thr- quantity nnd rcrifscnts a pike wvlng. ©S.SS. Co. : Evcry Spring take S. S. S. Tonic

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