JTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 111. WIN U.1.G: FOB 111 ctl living ncttvc past-president of the division, and Mrs. T, D. Rnmbo, of Widner, presided, Past and [ircseni presidents of nil units represent^ were Introduced. en. 'Rice A. Pierce Delivers Address at Impressive Historical Program llo\v the United Daughters ol tie Confederacy have virtimtly pro- oiigod the lives ol the Cotifwlcr- :' veterans wai" dc'scribcd by Gen. fire A. Pierce, of Union" City, rent)., commander-ln-chief of the Jnited Confederate Vcteinns, in is address at the historical last veiling at the city auditorium. Gen. Pierce was Hie principal IKJikcr nl' (lie colorful program i which flag hearers, pages, reorder of d'osscs, chapter histor- is, past division historians, Con- ccieratc veterans and officers nf he state group tool: part. Mrs. Charlo.ii Lowthorp prc- entcd Mrs. John Carter, recorder f crosses, who presented crosses of. military service [o Dr. Hall, al Little flock, ami Jesse Taylor / this city. Mrs. Jc,«s Martin, historian, 311- ounced honors awarded bv the ohvention for outstanding achieve- ien(s 'Of the year. Bill Kobbins save the bugle call, le Rev. Marsh M. Callnway, pas- or of Hie First Presbyterian church t Oscecla, said the invocation. Itisic was furnished by Mrs. Paul . Tipton, Mrs. John Pruniski, CNorth Little Rock, Miss Martha Vinburn and Mrs. Stuart-H. Cal!ion, with Miss Margaret Merrill s accompanist, and by the high chool .chorus with Mrs. Selma .cntz Morrison as director, with liss Lcoim Callicott at the piano. Irs. Wir.ilrcd Spiccr Blann gave rending. In his address, Gen. Pierce said i\ part: "The relation of tlie Unit- d Daughters of the Confederacy o the Confederate soldier is 1111- xplainable. No one could nde- uately tell what this organization ins meant to us wearers of the rey. What would have happened sucli H a group had not been ormed I am afraid to say. "The objective of prcs'clving the istory and tradition of the old toiith is, n noble one. No one ould help but be stirred by the peciacle of these beautiful flags nd the talks given which tell of he Confederacy. "The United Daughters of the Confederacy have given financial irt moral assistance' to veterans *• 'all times. There arc not too any veterans but that individual tlention is given to each one nd as our ranks are thinned year ' year-, Jhep" seem to double- their (forts for-th(K« left behind. "Another outstanding accomplish- icnt of the group was obtaining K amendment of the constiUi on which allows the daughters nd sons of the Confederate vet- rans t.o be members of the camps nd to be delegates and have 11 rights and privileges of the derails. This was done at Richland, Va., in June of last year. am commissioned to take this essagc to all u. D. c. gather- iBS." •This meeting followed the Presi- ent's dinner at the Hotel Noble list evening- when Mrs. Homer P. Sloan of Jonesboro, the old- BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER the address, "Remembering the Vnl- or o[ ihe Confederacy." Mrs. Henderson c. Hull, president of the local chapter, presented die memorial, was accepted by Judge Harrison. Finjr benrers were: Peggy Jano Driver, Billy Joplln Hale, Cliorles Clay nowcn, Frank Gibson Pcrrin, Dudley Lynch. The Hcv. E. p. cole said the Invocation. music was given by the school students, and ilic Kov. rt, O. More- umloimcrd ihe benediction. Memovial Boulder Formally Presented; Similar Service at Osceola Congressman w. J. Driver, of O.i- rcola, gave an account of the part Mississippi county played in (he- War Between the States at the presentation o/ (lie boulder at Mahan park this morning. Judge Zii] n. Harrison accepted the memorial, presented by Mrs James n. dark. The Hags were | presented by Sophia Ann Seal. Susie Taylor, Becky McCnll, Eugenia Crawford, Jean Williams, Maureen King Norrls, Elliott Claim Sartain Russell Phillips jr., Billy Wison'. Chares Criggcr lit., Clyde Carroll t owlet and Carey Mason. Mrs. R. S. Mott said the invocation, students of the city schools «i"B, and the benediction was said by Mrs. C. B. Criggcr. Mrs. Clias sided""" 11 ° f "°" 5 ' J)lcsilieilt ' !>«Tins boulder is In honor of the cmin •' Crilte velcratls o! Mississippi .. In a similar mooting at Osccolii afternoon Welby Young gave [early Wild With Pain In Stomach Irs. Alkinscm Was Terribly Nervous, For 2."? Ye;ir.s Was Miserable With StilTer- in s; fil.Y-CAS Fir.sl To Help Her, Now Feels Fine 'Gly-Cas is the first medicine 'have ever taken that would do s advertised," said Mrs. J w tklnson. 327 W. Oak St., Joncs- oro, Ark. . "My stomach just MRS. J. W. ATKINSON r~- amped continually, medical au- orities said I had ulcers. I uld hardly eat anything but lat would cause bloating, heart- irn and lose of appetite. 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