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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV'ILLE (AKK.) COURIER NKtt'S iMONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1933 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Chester R. Babcoek liavl Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matrons Bridge -:lub meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. C'cci! Shane entertaining the Tuesday Night Supper Club, 7:CO p.m. Langc Parent Teachers association meeting,at school, 3:00.o'clock.! Rabbi - Pollack giving-; book, •••>- vlcw • tit; Osceola "-rrcsuylcrian Church, 8:00 p.m. : : • ' WEDNESDAY'S EVJMTS Mrs. W. H. Mtnyard having ihc Wednesday pridge club.,' : Ladies Bible study of Church' ol Christ meeting with. Mrs..-'.Hurry Snnsorn, 2:30 p. m. : •' : Central Ward : Parent Teachers association meeting 3:03 o'clock, preceded hy executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock at. school. THURSDAY'S EVENTS U. D. C. having program at, high school auditorium, 10:00 a. in. Mrs. T. H. Hayner, entertaining Thursday Hook Club. 2:30 o'clirek. at the home or Mrs. Russell Parr. Jewish Ladies Aid Society meet- ins at home of Mrs. Louts Ltinsky, 3:00 p.m. Tliursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Hegcnold. Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon clulj. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thm-.-,?.sy Contract club. MJd-Week Bridge club meeting with Mre. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. : Iifram Wyitc entcrdiiutng Tliursday Bridge club. Altar of Immnculalc Conccii- lion . sponsoring bingo party, 3:00 o'clock at- Caalhollc Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music Department ol Women's Club meeting 3:00 o'clock at the Club House. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personal Wilson Society — Personal "Baby, ilic teacher .vml you ivereln ilotlic pvotilcms M In 1 yourself." 'jNo, 5hc_sai(I.L»'iisn'l to yet any help—that IctsUuick out." iiHj- Davis vo "iVed . F. Cnrpenltr, Jr. Announcement war, made Su.i- Osceola Society — Personal day of the engagement of Martha Meredith Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davis, of Memphis, to Robert Franklin Car- Iienler, jr.. son ol Mr. and Sirs cl , t o( um - s;s at thq Unird-Dulancy R. P. Carpenter of that clly. The n 0!; pit,;,i \ n DyursmivR. Tenn.. who IJavises formerly resided h?rc.. i f cr i»wlj' lived In tills county, wns Tlie wedding will be solemnized I aw B ,,j s i, O j M,. S . A. P. Splese Fri- Mrs. W. J. Driver left Friday' tcr Washington to spent! the remainder of the • winter. She wns accompanied to Memphis by her son. W. J. Driver Jr. Miss Etlnn Brown, superintend- In the lale spring nl 81. John'* Mclhocfct church of Memphis. The bride-elect was crartuaicd from Southwestern University, Memphis, where she was a member -of Kappa Delia Sorority. She was-prominent in campus nctivi- tiC5 ? _and was elected to the college's Hall of Fame. Later, Miss Davis -did graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Carpenter also attended Southwestern, where he became njtoiriv last. week. day amid Saturday. Vance Cartwriyhl. Mrs. F. B. Hale ami Miss Eleclra Buck have gono lo Florida lor .several weeks vftCHllon. Mr. GarlwrlBhl and Mrs. Hnte will slay In Mhinil. while Miss Buck will visit her mini, Mrs. Frank Gibson In Tnmpa. Jvfrs. 'f.Vf? J. Sheddun returned yesterday from the Eye, Ear. Nose and Tttront Hospital In Memphis where she underwent a lonsllcc- Manila Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs C. M. Gray and Mr.'', nsllc- iioapci are In Meii\->hl; lor Ihe day. Ilcniy Reldinan, who lias been II! lor some lime from pneumonia and complications at the Baptist hos- nllal in Memphis. Is slowly Improving. Mrs. N. K Knight, who has been 111 nt her home, Is much heller an( now able lo be out. Miss Belle Whilsltl, Miss Allc Whllsllt, and K. li, Lyniun nccom pnnlcd Mr. Lyimm's sister, Mrs Jane- Youii". of Grass Valley. Calif nnd Miss Agnes I'rodcnskc, of Hlh bings. Minn, who have been hi quests here for several days, Sun ancrts here for several days', t Memphis Sunday tc catch the trai lo Mlnnui. I'la.. where they plan t spend Ihe winter. Mm. Clifford Jcyncr. of Union City. Tenn.. li; visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whllworth, here this week. .She arrived yeslcrdoy. Vl-jlor slihvell, of Camden. Ark., came galurday nlglit, for a visit with friends ivhcrc he formerly lived. He will return lo Cainden Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. .Slil- wcll nnd daughter who have been visiting friends here for several iliiyn. , v Earn II. Williams rclurncd Sun' day from a siiorl business trip to ' Hot Springs. Mrs. R. J. Dodson. ol Camden. arrived Sntiinlay lo be llie guest ol Mrs. Lucy McAdatns and Miss Cllflle Wc'hb for a few days. Mrs. t<iu liehols. of Memphis, was the guest of her slslcr, Mrs, II. R. IJnindon over the week end. She Mrs. Wallace Thompson was osicss to I wo tables of bridge uestr; al l:er home l*rlday ;iflci'- oon. lll(;l> score was made by Mrs. honipson iind second' litBh went o Mrs. Joe Iliiio. A delicious unchcon was served. Tin; guests ncliuM: Mcsdumos 0. C. C'rock- II. H. R. Hobiuson. C. C. l-'irc- nnn, C. W. White. Joe Hale, Uruce Vltson ami W. .1. l.utlv.-i:: Mr. un:l Mrs. K. r. Culloiu and :lnugliler, EiilH Davis, mid Miss ?)dna Traylor ullcndrd Hie tnect- ng of the Rainbow Girls in 0:;- ccola Monday nielli. Misses Ciillom and Tiaylor were Installed as officers of Ilic Assembly. Luxora Society — Personal McCain :-ponl tlie Blyllicvlllc visiting Miss Ixirinc week end in ler parents. Sklppy Wilson, son ot Mr. anil Mrs. W. T'. Wilson, who has been 111 wllli an cur infection for Hit' past few days, was taken to lli(. Memphis Baptist hospital Frhl:i) altcrncon. Personals The Methodist Missionary Society had Ililrtccn members present al heir first meeting of the new year imxlny afternoon In tlie home of 1r.s. James T. Handle. Alter a routine business session, directed by tlie president, Mrs. •'rank neniou. Mrs. J. J. Johnston nlrcduml the topic of Hie program, 'Uencral Missions." Mrs. Handle UK! Mrs. ocnlou cave interesting llscusslons. In a cantata precentctl al (lie Union Avenue Methodist clmreli. Miss Mildred Swan spent Saturday In Memphis. I 1 . L. Austin spent several days of lust, week with his father. II. P. Austin in Scott Hill. Tcnn. Mr. Austin has been in a serious condition from influenza. There will be a meeting of (he teachers and officers of Hie Methodist Church Wednesday night, fol- owlnjf the practice of the Junior hoir. Mrs. Speuce Williams attended he funeral of Hoy K. Woods in .ufjusla Wednesday. Miss Kathr.vn .S|>ur£;oou ivonl to White 1'lne, Tenn., Thursday to Mrs. Lucy Kdnioiislon is ;:crioi ly ill with iincucnonla at the lio.-j- Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. fjhnpiu and daughter, Mrs. L. J. Drown and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiilli- can of Manila, children nf Mrs. luimoii. c ton. have been called to her bedside. Mr, and Mrs. Auslin Cupelatul. of LUtlc Rock, returner! home ye;- lerday, nfler having been called here because of tlie serious il!ni-ss of Mrs. Dewey Cox. Mr. and Mrs. .1. u Hancock ami sons. Arlic and James Henry. :-.re leaving this week lo make Iheii home at Mt. Cnrincl. near ark. tecau.se ol the ill liciilili ol Mrs. Hancock. Mrs. Richard Dickinson Joe Powell and clmrlle Thomas, members of the board of stewards i'rf'"notli'!t timrcli. Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Thomas, were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. James T. Handle at a dinner Riven Friday niglil in honor of the board cf stewards Afrs. Amy Stutfle and daughter ot Pocahuntas. are Kill's!:; of Dr :>i;-:l Mrs. E. K. Bojan Bob Thomas, who has beei quite ill rlnco the ln:,i pan of uc cpiiibcr, is but littlr; improved a this time. Mrs. .Sue Brown and Mrs, E. R liogan drew; lo Memphis Thurs&i. to meet Dr. Hogan. who was re turning from several days spent i LltUle Rock. in 1 Rev. iincl Mrs. L. P. Fleiimiin returned home Friday from :i two was acconi\iaiiicd by Miss Mildred her this week, her fnthci and motlicr, Mr. and Mrs. I Iain mcns, of Alklim, Ark. Clnrc spen with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hnbbanl, mid William Cooper. Hlcy-Snydcr. Announceiiicnl hus been nu,U! of the inarrlago of Mtss Dorothy Bley nud Grovcr Snydc-r, whi:h I of Memphis, who was the guest, of otcuvrcd In Prcnliss, Miss., sevcr.il George Hubbard. days aso. Tlie only attendants I Mrs. Hurry Kirby nnd Mrs. Far- Mclhcdlsl church m«t the/ church -with the inembcr of the Sigma Alpha Ep- Eilon Fraternity. He is n partner in the firm of Harwell & caiT>cn- tcr, insurance broker;. * ¥ » To give Book Review. "Cf Human Bondage" by William Ecmertct Maugham, is Mie book Ratbl Herman Pollack lins chcsen to review nt the Osceoln Presbyterian church Tuesday night at 8:CO o'clock. This program is under the mis- picei of (he Jewish Ladies Aid Society and Is open to the public. * * * U. O. C. to Give Program al High Scheol. As historian of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Mrs, Fitzsimmons has arranged a program on Lee, Maury, nnd Jackson McDcarimin spent Sunday ,n Halls. Tcnn., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. dauslitcr. Marijnict, Burton and visited Mr. to be given Tuesday morning r.l the high school auditorium at 10 o'clock. Prayer will be led by the Rev. George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Christian Church, following which the slate president of 0. D. C., Mrs. James B. Chirk, "will talk on "Southern Heroes." * * • BiPjo Party Planned Miss Marie Bombolaski and Miss Rose Boinbolesfci will be hosMscs at the bingo party Thursday night at 8:00 o'clock at Catholic Hall, which is to be given by the Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception. The proceeds of this party will Burton's cousin, Mrs. Zulu Sllmsmi of Paragould. who is critically 111 in the Baptist hospital, Memphis, yesterday. Mrs. Gordon Bell, and small son. Gordon Wood Bell, of Cvo- vvcll. Texas, have iTtnrned to their home alter a visit with her sis- '.er. Mrs. L. D. Massey nud Ur. Mnfs:y. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard render zmst nnd son. Gene. are. moving :o Memphis (Ills week, where Mr. .'endergrast. will he connected with he U. S. government fleet. They .vlll be nt home nt 030 Faxon avenue. Mrs. C'narlcs Moorehend ol Para- ;oufd is here for n visit with (lie 3cv. n. C. Moorchcad and family. While here she has been supplying ; rccond grade teacher In Ilic Reiser public school (or Miss Catherine Spurgeon. who was ailed home on account ol the crlour, Illness of her mother. were Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. 1'. W. Berry, jr. -Immediately alter Ihe ceremony Mr. Line! Mrs. Enyder wenl to Memphis, where they snciil several days, and arrived In Manila Ihh ivcek. * • * Missionary Society Meets. The Woman's Missionary Socis- ly of Hit- Mlday at president. Mrs. H. M. Flecman, in charge. The Spiritual Life Group iMrs. Mike Tlicmlc, chairman, co'i- luclcrt Ihe program. In Ihe business session (ilnns were made lo raise monry lo complete pnym .on llie parsonage debt, fnslal'.n- tiijii service. 1 -, were conductor! by tlie paslor of Mi's. If. M. Flcc- niim, preside ill; Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, vice-president; Mrs. Kip Moore, secretary; Mrs. II. W. Cowan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Claude Grain, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Killinn, local treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Slokclcy, World Outlook chairman: Mrs. GernUl Wallace, Mrs. Hud Ashnbrnimcr, Mrs. Fred N'ccdhani, Mrs. Albert. Scott, nisr England spent Sundny In Paru- •"••>1|| nr, guests of relatives of Mrs. Kirby. Mrs. George Hmitti. Mrs. Head and rtaiiuhtrr. Maxine, Mrs. Van Lcc'r and Mrs. Curtis Wilkinson, nil of Kcimctl, s))pnt Friday here as the guests of Mrs. Charles A, Wood. •-Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Mcliaiiey, Mr. nnd-'Mvs. H. C. Cook, ntirt Miss Alice Mcltanoy, tif Kcnuctt. were gvicsls of Uv. and Mrs. L. H. Moore Cim.ltiy. Mrs. .1. M. luflueiuca nt ivay (H. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil C.ICCIH: sf.cnt thf week end in Memphis !is Ibe gucst'i of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Davis. old Humble, president of Ilic colony council talked on club imumcrs and activities. A number signed jiicm- Ijmliip cards, llecord books uiul club nianuuls were distributed. Report Improvement In Tom Little's Condition The condition of Tom Little, who is seriously ill at the Memphis Methodist hospital, is slightly improved today. Mrs. Little and daughter, Miss Sara Jo. who were with him yesterday, came home last, night lor a brief stay. His daughters, Misses Virginia ic with her mother, who' Ls'seri-1 «»<', ''' 1 ' ;1!lc " im<; ' , lvll °, all <-''>" 4-11 Club News Notes Ohrlslliin College al, Columbia, I M:i.. ariivinl home this morning. ! Mr. Little, who wral lo Mcui- phiii .several days ago to consult n rnrelalist, became jiuich worse while thevc. The ancient Babylonians usctl marbles in the form of iphcrical pebbles. vecks slay in Memphis wllh their daughter. Prances, who has been patient in the Baptist Hospital. UYESS, Ark., Jan. 15.—The 4-H club ol district two met Friday night in regular monthly session and elected ollleers lor 1038. Usles White WHS elected president. Merle ("/cue Dallas, vice prosidonl. Margaret Bc?.20. secretary, Cerille Phillips, chorister, and Ona Lee House, rciicrter. Mary Goiieheanar was ap- •f jitfed Ic f;eci) the club scrapbook. U[)ousors are: Mrs. L. M. Doss. Mrs. Sam Bass, and Mr. John Ranter. Mrs. Hiittie (jossi'ln outlined plans (or the work ol Uie new yeur, Har- Misses Gratis I 'uvrcnce. Urn Iliibba'iU ii studeiii at South- Hrrccfull, Aillcc Wilford, Mar; western who spent the week end Wynne Miller, Carncll Grcenliaw nnd Mrs. John II. Wilson motor' lo Mempliis Monday nl«hl to -.u- trnrt the Ballet Ryssc. The Rev. nnd Mrs. T. N. Tin-el - fccld ol Joncsboro were her? Saturday and Sunday. Prcachiiif; services were conducted by the Rev. Tbi-clkcld. Tlie- executive committee, of tiie Central Parent Teachers association will meet Monday ruTlcrnouu nt two o'clock at the hirih sclirral building. Iniimi-liint 'plans lor :he year will be discussed. A r.cm wns born January 10. to Mr. ami.,Mrs. finul Ovpcrt. at. lli'ft hospilal. lie weighed nine pounds^ r.nd has not been named. Gillesple her home s ill from on High- Manik Lions To Hold Animal Banquet Feb. 10 MANILA. Ark.—Plans arc bcliis miulf* for the annual Lion's club Mrs'."E.' V. Ulomeyer. who has Banquet, which will be held in Ilic ' high school gymnasium on February 10. The special commute ill charge is composed of Kip Moore. E. C. Dr. F. R. Atkinson. go into (he organ lund Church. of the B. & P. W. Cancel Parly For Tonight Tlie party scheduled by the Business v ar.d Prolessional Woman's Club to be held taiifht haa been cancelled dur to the death of one of .its members. -Ivtrs. Billie, Hurst. Beau Brummc-1 Rdtneiimes spcn, an hour deliberating on the choice of a cravat. He died in an asylun Read Courier News Want. Ads. i QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We |my In'Rticst prices on poultry af all limes. $ JJONEY AT BAIHESMKT. JI8' v W. Main ... Flione Around lilly ofTiccrs. t^acliers nd members of Ilic Bnpttst Hun- ay school nrc enrolled In the an- mnl trninhig school bcglnninf: ;erc tonight. Edgar Williamson, talc secretary of B. Y. p. U. uud Sunday School work, of Llltlc ?ock. will be in charge of the cHcol. teaching the book. "Some corning Processes." for yo\nig eople nntl adults. "When Do 1'caclicrs Tcacli." Is to be laught, ty Mrs. Kverell. Rawlliv: of V.in iurcn, accredited elementary worker of the state hoard. Clnsses vill continue through Pridny night vitli examinations and awards bc- ng presented Mrs. George Snydcr, Mrs. Bacon. Mrs. Burton, and Mr-;, -lack Tiplon, suiierinlcndcnls of various departments. Mr. and Mra. II. M. riccunnl nltended lo business in Jonc-sboro] ytslcrday and lefl today (or tin extended vacation in California. Carl Harrison Ncivlon. :;on of Irs. J. W .Newton, loft Ibis week Russelh-ille, where lie will ,\t- cnd Arkansas Tcc.li. Mrs. Ida Colien hus rrtnrned lo KT home in St. Louis. Mo. iiflr-r pinding several monllis with her daughter here. Mrs. Max Bory'-v- y. Fred Toe. who hnr. been in tbr Veterans liospital in Utlle Tinck or the pasl few weeks, lias v>- tirricd home. His condition Is ;ravc. L. V. Stevens lins irluiiicd Atlanta, tla.. wbcrc be spent cral days on business. E-divln Hudson and Joe f-;d- wards left this wr-ek for I,i(!lr Roc!;, where they will be nuploy-.-il. Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Asliahran'iiT. who have been living in Flint. Midi., for (.lie pnst -six month;. have returned lo tliclr liome here iiouic here. been 111 from Influcrmi far several days, is now much better, but Is still confined to Sicr home. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Washburn, who fci-merly lived here, bill t<«- t FJnc '"an. now of Little Rock, arrived Su lay. Dr. Wnshbtirn is attending to business here. They plan lo leave Tuesday. J, A, Leech left Saturday for Cincinnati to nlteml a Coca Cola ."onventkin. He ulaiis to return Wednesday or Thursday. C. G. Daniel, formerly with (he Arkansas Department of Revenue, ins returned lo his home on North Mil street after ii two months visit in Delroil. I'llnl, and oilier prints of Michigan and Indiana. ,in- , n ' c 5' will cooperate with the en' Infant Dies DYESS, Ark., .Jan. — The daughter who was born Tuesday January II. lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewev Cox. died at the Dyess Hosplta' 1 Wednesday morning. Burial was lithe Dycss cemetery Friday. Besides her parents, the baby i: survived by two sisters and fivi brothers. Mr. nn;l Mrs. G. Little i-e- turned Sunday from a trip through the west. Ttcy were in Pasadena lor the Rose Bowl gnmc. spent, a short time in Death Valley. Ari- i.onn. and Die southern part of Icxns along Hie Rio Grande. Mrs. Paul OreenwcII. wlio has 'iccn ill in Ibe '51. Francis hospHnl at Cn;v? Uirardcau. returned home Sunday. She- is steadily improving. Her moUicr, Mrs. O. W. Toon, ol C'apc Gtrardeau. accompanied ]in boine nnd will remain with her for iboul two months. committee. A inice number of guests are pected. Masons Meet Thursday ''he R-wai. Arch Masons, No. in, "•ill meet nl the hall Tliur:,dvv nlglit. 1:30 o'clock. Constable Al Gideon Appeals Bribery Case CARUTHERSVILLB. Mo., Jan. 15 —Tom Shaw, constable at Gideon, recently fonn<l euilly by jury trial in circuit court here uii a charge of bribing a witness, appealed Ihe ease lo llie Springfield court nf up- pcals, after Judge Louts II. -Scliult overruled motion for new trial. The case came here cu a change of venup from New Madrid county. Shaw IVBS found guilty and punishment was iixcd at six months In (tic county jail, and $100 fiii3. The phnrt Neptune never is : visible to Ibe naked eye. but can be seen with a (.mall telescope. Coffsfffiafecf? ca Afl 'Reiser News < (limit 1 1 Women Meet The Methodist missionary .society met at Ihe church Ir.si Monday for Ihe first outlook program of Ihe year. Mrs. Waller Allen, wlio is chairman of this department, gave an outline of the year's program. Mrs. Fred Crock- clt and Mrs. R. II. Robinson also I'arlicipak:!. 1'. T. A. Aleets The regular nieetiui; of llie 1'ar- ent Teacher Associaiion was held in tli'. 1 Home Economics building Wednesday aflcrnoon. The pro- Sram. which followed the business session, was on "Hazards in Ibe home, nil (he .street, :ind in the school." Mrs. R. II. Robinson, John Keiscr, Miss Bcnlah Thompson, and Miss Mildred Swim took up various phases of this subject. A party was planned to be held I in t!:e school alulilorhitn <m the president's birthday, January '28, :-! which p.ieli ehikl will l;tke a penny, lo be used in preveiHiUj; .uicl curing infantile paralysis. ' * » Sjuurors Varty 'J'hc .'.-chooi orchestra .sponswd a biitgp' parly and dance in Ihc •""hco! auditorium Timnxlay ui?hl. The orchestra played for dancing. A number of guests from Osccoia were present. M : n'n'n;ic Auiioimccd Announcement, hu.s been made of the marriage of Miss Marginitc Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. W. Anderson, lo Rodney Cyccrk. of Louisville. Miss. The marriage occurred in Marion, on October 28. Mr. and Mrs. Aycouk nre now | living in Louisville, where Mr. Aycock is in (he: druj business. Mrs. Bob Crews was hostess lo the Enlrc Nous Bridge Club nnd mie curst, Mrs. Cecil Lust, Wednesday. High score prize was won by .\i'.s. uick W;ilson. cut priv.e by Mr;;. Huston I r ranklin and a guest prize was presented lo Mrs. Cecil Lust. Miss Robbie Gowan spent the week end in Memphis, participating Beware Coughs from common colds a i Everything for your tninniunt and comfort. Last Times Today Kr> mailer how many medicines you lifive tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, yon can got relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and yon cannot afford, to take n chance with nny remedy lex; potent than Creomulsion. which fioes right to the seat, of the trouble ftnd aids nature lo soothe uiKl heal the Inflamed mucuus membranes nnrl (o loosen iind expel (he t'orm-laden phlegm. Kvcn if other remcciic.'i havn failed, don't be discouraged, try Crcomul- slon. Your rirtiBB'st is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied \vi(h Ihe benefit,-, oblalncd from Ihe very first bottle. Creomulsion is one word—not two, and 11 hus no hyphen in It. Ask for it, plainly, sec lhat the name on Ihe bottle is C re omuls ion, and you'll Ret Hie Genuine product and the relief you want. (Adv.) wit U Myirw l.oy. I'ldgcon, Itosiliinil Kusscll & I'Yancltot 'I'ottc. .Ilin rarainounl News ,t JiaiAIV I'lUDLKK'S PEKSONAL1TV 1'A- UADI2. Aillniriioii Matinee IQc ,t Adnii.s-sicii Night l(ic & 3Gc - story of a plebc fell. SURGEON-CHIROPODIST J.ilflc Ilot'li Will h' ill our Store Tuesday, Jan. IX. riiune liil for aiipoiutnic: Floyd A. White Shoos cc Ilosicry Foods fvicti in ilumkn :>re digestible. The Dainty Cooking I'al "H's Wonderful 1 ' "l->r .'0 yc-ir ^ lilnninii, hr fllrriV-i !trl[fi) * and l>-ick way. Now, an'vlhing I w .int. Mabel Scliott I A OLE RIKA Kirby Bim ii; Co. John C. Calhoun. virc president of tlie United States under John Quiucy Adams, was Hie only one ever to resign from that ollice. HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADB NOW Kalisfaclorj Work J.ow Triers SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs OPEN FOR BUSINESS IS'EW MANACKMKNTl NEW DINING ROOM AT UNCLE BILLIE'S TOURIST COURT SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON' HIGHWAY 61 Private Uinliu; nrioui Music 1'rlvnte Booths Home CiKitlu? Spcclnl Cluh Brrcikfnsl Hnl Biscuit all (lie Tline I'it Ilnrlioc.tip narbcrurd Uilu Sandwiches Fried Chickon Kiraliii^' Sitciiks ll.ilbn Kpaelirtli ninncrs Lunches Drinks SPECIAL T/umi;s i.\vni:n—I'I?OM; sis VLUNTY'oV PA'HItlNO Rl'ACE ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK Shampon, .Set \\Vl Ret Hair Cul Neck Clip ... Oil Sli.iniiioo Oil Treatment Vornnnent.s ... rermauenls ., .Sl.ni>, ..5Z.50. SI.V, S.1.V) Heir ll>- llciini r. ; ('dor Oil Maninirr-j llrow A- l.;iM| \\illi Set ..S1..W no |u- All Work Is 1'iidci- || lc Yon i\lay K»roll Heavily for NOTH'F, - --S H;i,. c [ (,u c . 1s i s nn , v connoted with Ibc Kasln -Piw and v.ill l,c clad to lm ro ], C r ru.'ilomrrs call the same careful aiifiitinu and prin-s as l.rforc Me . .. >C ...".'.'.'. ISc Of Our her C Cooper 2nd v^ Walnut. Phone. '• Ha PAL NIGHT has been DISCONTINUED . at the RITZ THEATRE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY arc PAL NIGHTS at the KOXY THEATRE SHIRTS THAT WEATHER THE WEATHER .. THERE ii jomethinrj about Ihe way w c launder shirts Jhat keeps fhcm loollnrj iresh longer in d ny kind of vcathcr. Perhaps \\ is the pure, ir.ild 5O ap wo "50, or ihe qcnercus quantities of fresh - f h e m" so snowily clcanJ Perhaps it is our method of ironing — tjently but firmly — which shapes thorn so sprucely. ASK any man whoso shirts we launder. JAMES ELL1SOK MARSHA HUNT HARRY CAREY VAH HEFLtN :lorf tiy Chrhly ir?ne. Proc/i/c&rf Also (.'(-.meily & i ictorial Admissiini Always lOo & 2Go Sliniv r>-cry night, matinees l-'ri- day, S;iliirday .t Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees start 2:15 p.m. Saturday Coiliimous showing from 1 to 11:10 r-m. Nislil slious start G:I5 p.m. Raighty Girl with Janic.s (rlcasnn & Xa I'ilts. rtl"c I'D:; News A- Cnmccly Tuc.- Thur. 27'li-lls adiiiiUcil fnr Hie r"rc v nf I 2 rMWrni admitted for ».rirc of 1 foolb&ll exposed ...T, in R swi!l romance ol ompuf onrf stadium VAN HEFLIN MARIAN MARSH V Richard lar.e Alan Bruce Willie Best

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