The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 31, 1938
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PAGE TW(rV BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1938 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. D. Chamblln entertaining Tuesday liridge club, Young Matron's Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. C. Higgin- sou. Mrs. R. C. Allen having Woman's Auxiliary of Ihe Firsl Presbyterian church 2:30 p. m. Mr. ntid Sirs. l?oclney L. Biin- ister cntcrlainlng Tuesday Migln Supper Club, 1:00 p. in. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Baker Wilson entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Woman's Auxiliary of (lie First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. B. J. Allen, 2:30 p. m. Ladles' Bible Study of the church of Christ meeting with .Mrs. o. D. Grimes, 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Brltlge. chib meeting with Mrs. A. Comvay. Mrs. John F. Lend having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. P. C. Rothi'ock entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. Ross Stevens having Woman's Auxiliary' ol First Presby- teiian church f.t 2:30 p. in. Jewish Ladles' Aid libeling with Mrs. I. Rojcnthal. 8:00 p. in. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Junior Woman's club meeting at club house. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church meeting with Mrs. Fred Sandeftir, 2:30 p. m. Ladies' Bible Class of First Methodist church meeting at home ol Mrs. w. A. Stickmon with Mrs, Let Armstrong co-hostess at 1:30 p.m. Has Dnneins Party Fifty members and guests attended the dancing party given by the BtfthevIJlc Cotillion Club Saturday night at the American Legion Hut. Mrs. Barnard Allen, Mrs. Shol- Imufne Urewcr, Dixie Crawford and W. B. Gilbert were hostesses and hosts at Oils Ihird affair Riven b> the 40 young married couples who organised Mils club in the fall. Dr and Mrs. Joe E. Beaslcy are nc» members. The guest list for the dancinR parly Included: Miss Mnrllin lie llvain of CEruthersvillc, Miss Jennj Wren Diltalnmty, Mlsr, Hetty l,c lUrCutclicn, Miss Martha ' Am Lynch, Mr. mill Mrs. Ben Harno jr., Mr. and Mrs, A. R. Entity, James Edwards, John McDowell Parrls McCalla. Rouse Harp, Gcnrge Cross jr., Joe Dildy, Van Elliott. Bert Lynch Jr. of 31. Louis, Jnsncs Hunt. Bill Dlckson, Harold Stcruberg. Frank Bell, L;o LeiHzenlch and Hemian Cnrleton. FLAPPER FANNY Bits oi News Mostly Personal Clyde Onlncs, jr., nnd Carlton Stile. 1 ; have gnne to Riplcy, Teim., lor a vHl with friends itnd rclu- lil'Cf. Mi™ Hetty Lee McCulchen lefl Etitrlay morning for Winler Park where slie is a student at Rollins College. Miss McCiitchcn •a* been hcmc since Ihe Christmas holidays during which lime she underwent an appendectomy. Mrs. M, Johns, who was stricken with paralysis Wednesday. Is In a critical condition at her home on W. OhickaEinvba avenue. Mr. v.y.\ Mix Dick Potter and Mrs. P. C. Toler will go (o Memphis tomorrow where Mrs Toler will lake a treatment and Mr, am •>''s I'Mer will hear Stepin- Fctclill's program at llic Orplicum Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green wll be the dinner guests of R. C. Bryan al Osccola Tuesdny night. W, B. Crews Is 111 with B. & P. W. Club To Sec Film On Money A pictorial film ou money nuiii- scmenl will be presented al tlie don Hall will be solennii/.cd l''el>-! during exams while others arc loo riinry 26, was the gucsl of Mr. fat away. Pally Shane hied over to Hull's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wesl Point, lor a hop at the Untied Hull this week end. Stales military academy after pa.w- Mrs. James Hill and Mrs, Molly Ing her exmns at Vassar. Martini Mcllwiiln were In Memphis Salur- Ann Lynch, who frequently comes ay for the performance of "Brother back home from Washington Uni- iat" at the Ellis auditorium. Mrs. vcrslly, St. Louis, and Mary Spain "Deling of tlic Business and Pro- Mctlwaln returned but Mrs. Hill Usrcy, whose address Is now "Ole fcsskmal Women's club tonight, emalned for u visit will) Mr. and Miss", Oxford, are among lliosei T ' le ''I'", produced by A. Law- Mrs, authrle King, who formerly [orliinalc enough lobe home. Jim-!* cn Brown, investment ex|)ert and tvi'il here. mic Tipton didn't ucl to come from 'lecturer, will be shown by. A. 11. John OIcbofT, of Texurkaim, is Tiiscnloosn because one of his pro- s Kalis of Memphis and L. E. Old of he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jatnc:; lessors doesn't like football anyway'"' I'll. n» made him take the test . p it }I. Hlfjhlill left. Sunday to attend Die regular time , . . In UK> middle drove next Saturday night and Sunday. Everyone is invited. J, n. Fisher is visiting friends i Missouri, thc funeral of M. E. Singleton in 51. Louis, lie plans lo iclurii Tues- liiy. of a week. His mother hail saved quail for him but that didn't even Kofleti the heart of that profess,-,: 1 . Henry licldman, whn lias been Jimmic will be a something or the ill for several weeks at the Baptist oilier in iu'i - (ju:uLtu-;il cii^inciMini; Ills degree Mils hospital in .Memphis, has returned lioini'. He is now convalescing. ; Brylhcvillc. At the Hospitals Joe s. linker, who was .seriously injured in a Irnfi'ic accident last Tuesday, was dismissed from the HlytlH'villc hospital yesterday. Over Bridge Table By 'Recn when he receives Ills degree spriiifj and lie may become an olli- ecr in uncle Sam's navy | r rom t!lc B | yUlcvnk , llos|)ilu , 'Ihe Ulyllievillc CVXillran cliil, ilcr ,„,,„,, at c „ i 0 ' ril liarl another daiu'e Saturday night ., CoI))J .„„),„,„„„, ' . . . v;h'.ch reminds us that some of (lie 1 pir;p]iccies that it wouldn't bst three dances wi v ro not true at all for till:; was the third nlfair Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried lor your cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Crcouiulsiou. Serious trouble may lie brewing and you Kinnot alford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creoinulsion, which goes right to tlic scat of the trouble and aids nature lo sootlic and heal the inflamed i ,. ,„. ,, , - ..mucous membranes and to .loosen , Mi.-,, tlla Jloduo was removed ( ami oxpcl tnn jrmn-ladcn phlegm. 1 r.Tti.i »L,« ill.,.< til.. , ..:..., ... -- *:- .. ° ., . 1 f ., . . Johnson. Miss Virginia isch chapter to appalnt a "Sim- ', Blackwocd and Miss Louise Hale. Qirl." Miss Cora Lee Cole-itv, r o brides-elect, were special monla at his home, 102 B. Kentucky " M 1 " 1 '. Crows, who has been seriously ill for the past two months. Is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 3asscr and daughter. Mary Avyllnc, ol Cov- inglon, Tenn., were the week en-cl guests of Mrs. Sasscr's sister, Mrs. Allen Plckard ami Mr. Pickard. Dickie Crawlnrcl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, is III at his Mrs. Norn Edwards fee, Mo., ami Mrs. W. of clmf-i Other yiiesls were Mrs. lirncc Ivy, O, Holly, j Mr:\ Herbert Slilpncn. Mre. Mil- cf Portiigevlllc, were out. guests at this nice-tint;. Visitors at the first stated mccl- Ing were the Rev. and Mrs. Oca. Patterson, nii'inbrrs from ihc Stuttgart ctinptrr of which the Rev. Mr. Patterson was worthy patron, Mrs. Frank Stovall of the Helena chapter. Mrs. Incv. 1'al- tcrson of KDilninn chapter, and Mrs. W. O. Holly from the Por- tflGcvillc chapter. 1. of town] ton Pop! 1 , Mrs. W....J5, Johnson. ' Julia Mllnrd Craii! and Mrs. E. !j. TalllafciTO. Osccola Society — Personal Woman's Cluli Has Luncheon Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. George W. Barham were hostesses al the executive board luncheon which preceded the general meeting ol the Woman's Club at the club house- Friday afternoon. A centerpiece ol red roses, banked in green vines \villi cupids attached to the leaves, carried out the Valentino scheme which WHS used in the luncheon. French corsages made of gumdrops on silver lace paper were the favors. Mrs. E: P. Blomeycr presided over thc business meeting al which time a very encouraging liimncinl report was given by the treasurer. Mrs. Theodore Logan. Miss Cora Lee Coteimti reported that Hie Home Demonstration club hnd bought dishes which would be left at (he club for (liclr use. following which a committee was appointed to get a 'suitable cabinet for thc dishes. Mrs. I,. S. Bcnish ;iml Mrs. B. F. Kiger became new members of lite organization. A molion to entertain the r-jsring meeting of the Forrest Cily Federated Clubs was passed. At the general merlins of ll;e club, a program on "International Relations" was-given by Mrs. Otis Shepherd, ivlio is chairman of that [ ;n department. Her talk, which dealt I "'" In a general way with "International Relations," was followed with n talk by Miss Rova M. H<ir- rfy. principal of the high school, who Illustrated her subject "Mexico" by snowing many interesting curler, she had .brought back with her from her trip (hero this past summer.' Miss Mary Bain, teacher In the high school, displayed many pictures'KB she disrated her summer in Europe. Mrs. J. P. Friend sxng an English folk song, "Drill?, to Me Only With Thine Eyes," an Irish one Have Bullet Slipper Mr. mid Mrs. Ciliy Dryanl. were tiosln to seventy-five guests for a inlfct. supper at. lliclr home 'rhui'o- la.v night, the affair bring In the nature ol n housewuiniui; upon :ompiction of the extensive rc- iiodelinn nut! reclccoratiui; of their -icinc v.-hich has lieen under way .'or several months. A color motif ty Martha Jam 1 Cartwrifht to Ilir .ions. The centerpiece on Hie tlln- Inj; table Wns of pink carnation., .iml white narcissi. These ivnvj used also on the bullet. Vases and baskets ol pink gladioli were used .11 other rooms of (lie house. Around SliWO tins Iree-n raised In llic county in Ihr annual t\ibei'vti- inslr, seal liaii 1 . ucccrdiiiK lei liin figures given in an nddress liy One mouth ago everyone w;is in the midst of "nflcr-Cliristims" week . . . Christmas presents were being exchanged and the non-ex- changcable ones were bcit)« sighed over , , , today seed catalogs are ill liic ra!?c and everybody Ls busy pnming (heir old s Ur,,l>, ami plan, - 1 ? B1 .S,t month ,iany things have P ™ C li , do art ut nd llilngs was "moved back" lo Rogers by Ihe express company, after having lived here but a short time . . . ! we saw the Tony Seals In New Or- ; leans who look grand and are very happy . . . we heard Charles Ramcy Is having a grand lime in Mrs, N. W. McGchee w;is dismissed from the lilytheville hos- pj|;j] yesterday. ,„ , , i Mrs. Harry Sulton and b:il>, were society seems to have n i tl , nm .,. A (mn Uu , ,j )vl , 1( . vinc ,,.,,. pila) yesterday to (heir home oil Cherry street in a Cobb ambulance. W. S. Mason, of Colorado Springs. Colo., «-lio hii.-i bi'ea :it the ijlythc- villn ho-spital since December 10 lor trentinenl, was di.smissed yesterday. Mrs. Ji. D. Mooring, of Wilson, is a patient n( the SI. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. c, O. Raint's jr.. of Mayd. has been admitted to lh<- Mciuiihis Mellioclist hospital. Rillic Tiiarnton. of litirdi'tti 1 . was removed to the. Memphis :\ | hospital Saturday. | Mrs. M. E. iVot«riiM. of H;iyli. \vas removed to thc Memphis Mutli- odi?t hospital yesterday. Mrs. W. R. Dyess. of Osccoln. en- terrible repulalioii among some of its own townspeople for starting • '"lues and then lotting them die. We hear llial every dance Ihe Cn- tilllon club has is better than the one before—which sounds wonderful. In ouv hunt for news lo divulge —n tf'uiic:! iita( nnc yoini^ liciy is very happy because lie lias lu'L'omo , engaged—i)iit he $M six i I'uU the: Even if othevjemcdteshave failed, don't Ire discouraged, try Oreomul- / ;,ion. Voiir druggist Is authorized to refund your mouey if you are not thoroughly fatleficd with (he benefits obtained from the very first, bottle. Crcomulsiou Is one word—not live, and It ha:; no hyphen In it. Afil: for It plainly, .sec thai the name on the bottle is Creomulslon, and you'll get the genuine product, and the relief you want. (Adv.) ITZ home, 306 E. Kentucky .-,« | ... , - ifLLULIlIL iiilll'-r\ lil^UlllilLt-U mi- «.«in Chicago «•! h the car hs parent-; (clks nt thc , j m!>lches tccsl r.r«eiitcd hlnV at tlic Yuletidc . . ^^ s|)e |ookc( , so c , llc in w cstm worki "K at ( . rk rcl utni wilh )ends . . r . . a O'ln JW pe! . sian rat (whk . u was whitc and not grey) lost its tail Ihe othw day when it became entangled in lcre( , thc Mem ,,, lis B .,j, llsl hos| ,i, ; ,! Kmm ni -aehinery-so Pat changed Slin( , ay , ljs Jlamc Irom ., Tom ,. lo ,. JJob - _ _ _ Jcannie Afflick fascinated Hie older from tonsllitls. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Did Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson avenue, i u lc coca Cola company and noiy the bank looks lonely . . . Laura Waterman Hale and Elizabeth McLean made themselves famous at M.S.C.W., and 'daughter, Anna Lou. of Mem- Columbus, when they appeared in phis, spent the week end in Blythc- ullt'i with friends and relatives. plays In which Elizabeth played the role of a \epcr Beltv Lee Mc- rccl outni wilh 1)ends Marriage Licenses Five Bridge games and dancing were njoyo.1 after supper. Out-of-town guests were Miss Eleanor Day nnd Eleanor Saul and Dr. E. J. Just'..-; jf Memphis, niici Roy BrumllU of Jklahoma City. Okla.. who Is the .louse gitest of thc Bryants. • * * Slips lllarkwnml Homirrc Mrs. Januv; Driver was hostess :o twelve tables ot bridge at- her country home south <if (nwn afternoon compliment ing George- Harnnm of Dlylheville, r.unty clinirnmn, to the notary Club at their weekly meeting. "Where do wt.' go from here," wns the subject of the essay delivered of pink was uicd in the :lec3ia- club. Her liilk discussed the finalities U:al make for success, ]K>inl- Ing out some opportunities and the outlook for high school gradimles. Mian Cartwrlghl Is a member oi Ihls year's graduating class. Vlr.U- or.s' ivr-rc O. W. PnJne and A. C. Spellings of Marked Tree; Dick Cromer of Carson Luke nnd Joe Walson of Oscc'oln. The Kcv. c;. W. I'nUorson, Christian p:istar ol Dlylhcvillc is lo speak at llic uexl meeting on February 1. Mr. nn:t Mrs. J. T. Rhoads and children nrs In Oranitc City. Illi- iiuis, to attend (lie funeral ot Mr. 1 Rhoad:;' mollier who passed aivuy , Wednesday. They will return Sunday. I 1 . J. Scmmcs ol Baton Rouse. La., is here for a lev: days visit with 1)1.'; mother. Mrs. Paul Sem- mcs. He was accompanied by Mrs. M. L. Crawford ol Rayvill'e, La., wno formerly livr;l here and \\~t.o will visit In the Scmmcs holm and with oilier friends in Hie chy. lio.v Biitterirk of New Albany, Miss., was Ihe i;uesl of Miss Fay Kltrns for the weekend. Norman Terry of St. Louis is thc guest of Mr. and Mm. V-'red Taylor, jr. Mr. Terry ami Mr. Taylor were rlurcmiucs m (he University' til Missouri. Muy!.u|:h Hitc of Yiumvncs, George Henry, formerly ol here cntclien was spied on the beach one and now of Maylickl, Ky., was In ^ by an Orlando. Fla., publicity Blylhevllle .Sunday. i m aii. who immediately snapped her Mrs. Russell I'hilllps and mother, "^ 3 i, c was " ,, ml ls spreading her Mrs. George R, Calhoun, of Nash- - - -- vllle, Tcnn,, arc in Memphis today where Mrs. Calhoun will consult a LcRoy Iluddlcston gol married ta doctor. i naze! Burchard, a Litltlc Rock J. L. Ounrd, ^George Hale nnd m ,rse. whom he met during (he son. George Hale jr., arc in pcoria, n 00( | ], crc inst spring, and Ihey are 111., where Mr. Hale jr. will enter ., t jii honeymooning at Fort Meyer; the Bradley Polytechnic Institute. ;UU i other points of Florida before James Guard, n slticlenl at the coining here lo live . . . and ou Chicago school nl Optometry, is 111K | O n . , lo join his falhcr andl inrty in Pcoria. Miss Cornell Giecnhaw and Misr, Helen Ilerron. of Dyf. 1 -, ivcrc week cciiplos have oblained licenses to wed from thc Blythevillc •i'"i nf the county court clerk since Christiiuis. Names of (he couples and Hie olncin! Or minister oiliciating at picture all over thc coimfry""in in-! '"arriage, if listed, follow: people (o visit that :'l'tv . . ' utlas B» (I S CS - of Bmilelte. nnd Miss Grace Dudley, of Manila, by the Rev. II. Lynn Wade; Bill Jones mid Miss Toiina Eaven Marlin. both of stcelc. by Magistrate T. L. Cas,' s jsidy; M. L. Andrews and Mis: Jessie Mac Ford, both of Alanil.i; Alf Clark Frome. of S'.cele. and Miss Madge Mario Turner, ol Ca- nithersvillr. by the Rev. I!. Lynn A look Into the future give:; us many mere lliinsis to talk alxmt - ' Shcl Hall is lo marry attrac- ClCOV 8 IC ^ Ihomas. both of Ma- 1 Wade: La I'arletlc and Mis? live Mui v Virginia Arnold, of Mom-; ••lid guests ol Mrs. F. M. Field and j pi,i K ;„ ~ a r cw weeks . . . Virginia Miss Anne. Fisher. ] ulnckwood and Jettic Driver, "both N. F. Mom? returned ycstcrtlnj- O r osccola. will be married about from Memphis, whore lie spent several day?. •I. Meli Brooks, secretary of nila. I of (lie Chamber of Cointneri'e. liar, returned from Little Hock where lie 5pcl:o i\t a meeting of Ihc Arkuu- ;n:; Commercial Serrclnrial Asso- cialion Saturday, Mrs. W. B. Wallacn and chlUlrnn. Bernard antl Caroline, of fjhrcve- pcrl, Ijii.. arrived Tlmrsdny for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Wallace's mother. Mrs. Jessie Ridenoiir, of Annorel. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. I'. Wallace, of Monroe. La., who Is the giiosl of Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Wylle. Miss Margaret Rollers, ot Memphis, and -Miss Bab Bond, of Marion, were In Blythcvllle Sunday, ••in i ..inm. of :j.i- rutliersvillc, wns the guest of Miss The .foul -of Charles i;m(i, jMui'kh, 1 John, iv; Ihc winii: lime, after a round of !'" p l!lsl ofl '"' i! " C011rt J' :slcr at Ulc lovely parlies in Osceola w i, ir i, [«uut of thai nation. started with a swaukv tea uf wliit'h Virginia showed her beautiful trcu:;- cc:ui thereby making all Ihe women present nrccn with envy . . . And Ilioso of us \vlio cun'l gc\ marric-.l can slay at home and hook rujrr. . . . il's quite the vo'^uc now, nnd some have finished miistcr- picccs. Mrs. A. M. Butt and lamtly enterlained all week by psoplc licarini; of tiic ruys there nnd going ' over for a link. Thoy belonged to Mr= linr'ry King, ot Hoxic, who was visiting here, and were beautiful. Eotnc are made of yarn and others of rac.n. Another envied woman these days K Frances Afllick . . . she moves soon to her new Mount Veriion house which is (he biggest house Driver Grove ft civs Troy and family, formerly of this community, arc now unking their home in Half Moon. Ted Marshall and family have moved to Tennessee to make their ionic. Billy Walters, of Half Moon, spc-nt Saturday and Smulny with Russell Springer. Services will be held in Driver Gas All Time ., flni-. nrvcr felt i, ct | cr ... Everything for your enter tainmeut :mri comfort. lUJniission Mutcnec lOc *t 26'c Adniissinn Night Hie & Lilji: Last Times Today Waul to sell lirick lihlg. 1,11 Ncirtll 2ml St. Heal bargain f,n-. iicrnri nciil iiivcstmci.l. i. G. (i. Caudill • ' ;: Mildred Moore over the week end. j in town, we believe, and as prelty Dr. H. A. Taylor, who has been ; as any of them. Her reputation for 111 a week from sinus infection nnd .' pcrfe-l taste Is exemplified In every still confined to his , . "Believe Me If All Tho<c Endearing Youri3 Charms." nixl the Miss Virginia Hlnckwood who:,c marriage lo ,Mtie Driver is to' :nkc lilace on February 12. Pink roses and while micirsus were Jsrd on thc bnfl'cl and on the fining (able with pink candles in jrystal holders on each side. The motif wns cinpliasizcd in the tallies and in the ice course. Die lionorec's plate carried a inini- iturc bride «nd proom. Mrs. Driver .Mid Miss lllarkwood wore corsages •}f pink rosebuds nnd b;iby bre;ith. Mrst and second htmoir. in th-. 1 arldetc games went lo Mrs. J. II. (.ovcv.-rll and Mr.-. I>. II. lilac-k- A'Oorf. with other awards going to Mr.-,. Guy Bryant ,ar.d Mrs. Mil- .011 Pope. A gift v.-a.-, picjcnli-d (he hnnorco. Mrs. Ida Tucker nnu Mrr,. ,L D. Borum wcrn lea pncsUi. Out-sf-fiwn cuesU wcte Mrs. Rhoba Davklson of Untoniown. Ala- Span- hnma; Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mrs. Rui- s'.'ll Rowcii. Mr?. Sam IJowon ami Alisr, C.irrjc Mac Hires ol Luxnra. Indiana, is (lie uucst of his grand- p.irrnls. Mr. and Mix J. \V. M«y- ImnJi. iuul hi-, aunt. Mrs. !•:. A. Tea for :I. Mrs. D. H. Dlackn-n-rl and daughter. Virginia, and son, D. H. nutl L. W. Walter:; were Memphis visitors Priilay. The schcit)] orchestra, under (lie direction of John Reiser, (,'ai'C « thirty minute prnRrnin al each of the school-; Friday mom- Ing. influenza. Is home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whll-ivorlh and Miss Altiancl Wlillworlh were, in Memphis Sunday. Dr. n lid Mrs. I. R. Jolmson left Sunday for where the; three weeks. Osear Ilardaway and .I.W.Adams are attending lo business in Mem- phi': tcdnv. Mrs. Marvin Robinson was in Memphis Salurday having -accompanied Mrs. John Miles Ml'ller. tlclail. \Vith spring In Ihc air (every once In a 'while) It Is rilfTlciilt not to have the building urge . . . The Harry Haincs' plan a two story liousc upon which work Inay start ,1 Kiuall- (or San Antonio. Texas, before very long . .. . scvcva' :y plan to visit for two or ^cr homes, nave been complc ccutly iplcted rc- au cxccllciil job of Don't experiment with Marv Virginia Arnold. complete remodeling was done by the Charles Roses who have an al-1 tractive tiome at Roseland . . . the senior Roses have not finished their new modern brick house, which is also at (he same plantation, of | Some of the college girls and bo.vs Relieve Their Misery This Proved Way W IIKN your child comes down with a cold, you can't afford to take needless risks. Use the treatment that lias been iloubly proved for you—Vicka VapoRub. It has been procctt by everyday use In more homes than any other medication of its kind— further lirouL'ii bv the largest clinical tests over made on colds. (Full details in every VnpoRub package.) Only Vicks give yon proof like this. Vicks VapoRub is direct external treatment. There's \ no dosing --no risk of t .ipoiliiiR appetite, or '•A disturbing a delicate .j{ digestion. VapoHub can be n.icd frcelv. an often as needed, even on trie youngest child. You simply massage VapoRub ou throat,chest, and back <as lllus- Colds Iralcd). 'Hicn—to make its lone- continueii double action last even longer—spread a thick layer ou the chest and cover with a warmed cloth. No Long Wailing tor Relief to begin... Almost before you finish rubbing, thc youngster begins to feel warm and comfort able as VapoRub goes lo work direct through the skm like a. poultice. At thc same time Us medicated vapors, released by the warmth of the body, arc carried (fircce to the irritated nir-passages Kith every \jrcalh. This double action loosens phlegm —relieves Irritation and coughing —helps break up local congestion. Aud long after the little one relaxes into restful sleep, VapoRub' kcepsright on working—hour after hour. Often, by morning Memphis, whose wedding to Shel- ,iiavc been home for a brief stay Approximately l,l!i(i.(Kl'i tr;ir. ol Mil plate arc used annually in Ihc United Slater, in tin: manufui'tuic ol tin cans. YOU ONLY A 3/ ..„„__ 74 WIFE? ish song, ."Juanila." She was accompanied by Mrs. Bflwln Jones. Mil. MaslcngiH Hostess O. E. 5. Dki-icf ' The Wtthipsrlay bridge r|ni; «-;ih J)eptily'(d V'fil Hern. | several extra KUPT.U; wcie niter- Plans Iverc raadc -'or the nlll-i'"*" 011 in H" 1 home o! Mrs. O. I-;, rial visit-of the Dlftrict Uep'tty o.'^ M'isr.t-ns;ll] en Wednesday rtftei- Ihc Fiflccnth Dislrict, Mr.v Genc-l "(-on, A variety of potted plcnis va Fov.;ler. of Wilson, at the slot- ' vcrc u"d in decoration. Ill pme went to Mrs. F. A. s nl cd ineeting.of thc O. E. S. Friday Jilalil." She will be here Friday, February 11. A dutch supper and birthday parly were also planned for Ihc fame meeting in honor ol those I havln? birthdays during the first! quarter ol thc year. The worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Trn ran nrvrr unrTfr3l.-in'l fl th ;ito-» »-,fn who » lovKlih (nt Ihrcc wwV hr tm>r.lh-trat a hril-rat Iho No mart'r hw j-our lurk ar.Kra.- n r> milVir n» ImMly ymir n-rwa fcrtJm -don'l Ukc H tit on yocir htiib^nri. , For Itir.-c pntMllona on<> woman KM told "•.ij.lior liow M ra "unillne thraiuh" «ilh!ia f.. ('mkhiiysVrvmUnComro.intl. H rl|>: N.-lli.-fr |«n,v up the sys«nt, tnni Ifsan- ">c Iho <hvomtntl5 (rom thc lundlonjl dls- r<3, r* which wymrn mual cnflurtr, MaVc a not? NOW to eel » (ollli- ot inMiamV lo,|jy \VJTIIOUT rMl.lnm your ruZfwl- men! Ihin n Tnit/io^ women have ' 'M A FUSS-BUDGET with ll:e ijucst pri/c i I.lquid-Tablcis Salve-Nose Drops price lOc '& 2SC W36 Plymouth Deluxe Coach Upliolsfery, paint, tires & motor in Rood condition. Only ?I29.00 down & $28.00 per month. Y 5th & Walnut 1'honc 810 In [act, I don't think a woman can be loo particular fibbul her family's laundry. Sending the laundry out of ihe home saves a woman s beauly, time and health -bul thai isn'l.enough. The work musl be done in sani- lary surroundings that prolecl ihe (amily's health Perfect Sanitation is one of ihe reasons why 1 send all my wash to ihis modernly equipped laundry ... I KNOW the clothing is returned truly CLEAN « Y-S \V'<; \visli to iiitiioniH'c to our i))ntrons Ilial. we arc inoviii); from lliJ I'liist Main .sli'ccl to our Ncv/ Locatioti in the Lcc Bldg. Corner Main and Lake Streets. Where wo v.'fll he ojirm for iiiisin^w Tun.sda)', Kel>. l.^t wtlli our complete line of HlttHKST I'HK'KH I'AJl) 'OUl/1'RY "Htytlicvillc's Only Kxdusivc Kccd iinil Seed Store,'' I'lionc )">' -101 ]•;. »:,i,i Also Paramount Ncus Shorts Maliucc lOc & 'Me i Night IGc.fc 3Gc Cnniin^ SttoTi : IIOU.YWOOI) wilh l/t'.slic Howard, Jo-m Htorulcll. Humphrey liogiivl. Aliin Mowln-iiy and C. Hetuy Got'dnn. #>clpclc*il HOtlCI, STACK DOOU KVEKY DAY'S A IIOLIDAY OXY Admission Always lOc & Me Slmir tvcry nlfflil, ItMtlnccs Friday, Saturday ,fc Siinilay Only. Friday & Siiiulay MaUnccs slar( ^•'15 p.m. iSiilurdiiy ('o.itinuous showing from 1 to 11:10 p.m. Night shows slarl 0:45 p.m. H i| Last Times Today vtith Uicardn Corlcz and I'hyllis Hrook. Al.',o Fox News & Comedy . - Thur, PAL HEGHTS! Z.-.ifiills admittrd for (In- lirlcc of I ?. rhiWren mlmillrrl fnr prire of 1 ttifh Wnync Gibson nnd !-'cofl ailon Also Kflrclfil sliorij

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