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BLiincviLLE, L (ABK.) COVBIEB NEWB SATURDAY, * Society Calcndat KClrclet of the Woman's Misskm- fcy society of the First Methodist *hurch will xxtt, at 2:30 o'cloclc Irtth exception of circle 4 which ijieets at 1 o'cloclc luncheon. Circle t'.'Mrs. C. J. Little; 2, Mrs. O. N. IJMrUns; 3, Mrs. B. M. Matttwvs; %; church. ^Woman's Missionary society of we Second Baptist church at 2:30 p-to. . M. U. of First Baptist church church at 2:30 p. til. W. M. U Meeting at M. A. Isaacs entertaining d»y Contract club. s. Victor Bray having Young iatrons Bridge club. l v WnUteidajr . ' •^Wednesday Contract club meet- 8fg with Mrs. Carrol Blakemore. ^Wothen of Church of Christ meet-- «g at Luxora with 1 Mrs. Howard Spwen. ... "•*:<$- .." . riiCentral Wttd'.P. T. A. meeting £t ufaopl at' 3 JKui; ' -> -. Tkittday ' . Cecil 1 Shane entertaining Bridge club. Woman's . . j-V '=i- .-JljriUT • >5 Music: department of Sub; meeting. .'% .../ ' SvV. ;'"-'• '' - - - ' ' •'•' '••i it-mat«Th« eKciitiw board ft the Mis«Kippi County, Federation of Wo»n's clubs will launch plans for «e- second year's work in the rm- jjtoal Better Koines observance and aijll formulate plans for other-ac- gylties in the county group In a Meeting to be held here Tuesday. She 25 officers and department «alrm«n are to be guests ol the lo- JK Woman's club for a .luncheon ft', the club houte and this Till be allowed by the buslrtesVseSslon:' ' -'•"re. John W. Edrtngton of Qsce- federatien president, is to be in ' ': of tne beautiricallon plan wiU be featured with beau-the highways of the county. •J,T— ** tost year's Clean-up and .Wtral improvement plan cpnsltter- «H a tuccess leaders in 'the club S^ieve that tne Improve merit 1 -of •yf Public highways Is the mc.st ap- JTppriate project for the second l*»r's -wort. .gThlJ-wlll be the last meeting un- fi January. ^Officers of the'group are: Mrs. •25? W- ^Wnz'on, O&ceoia, presU 5*nt; Mrs. I,. G. Byerly, ieach- •?W*. *lw president; Mrs. H. H.' .*P*s, Osceoia, secretary; Mrs. Wal^ *r Wood, Luxora corresponding |!F«t*r>; Mrs. jt. L. Roach,;Wilfe», treasurer; 'Mrs. E. F 'BI6-' Sjeyer. BIylheyille, historian; Mrs. Fi- P. Jacobs, Grlder federation dl- *ftto; Mrs. Samuel P. Norris Bly- HievUle, reporter. - ; -C)epartment .chairmen are: Mrs. C,. E, Crigger, Blytheville, cltlz°n- Wip; Mrs. 'J. H. Grain, Wilson, American home; Mrs. L. s Mlt- ctell, Osceoia, education; Mrs. S. «. Hodges, Osceoia, international relations; MTS.-.F. ; p. Jacobs, Grl- *r, fine arts; Mrs. George W Bargain. BIythevllIe, art; Mrs. George M.. Lee,, Blytheville,. music; Mrs «nn White, Osceoia, legislation- «rs. K. c. Langston, Luxora, pubic welfare; Mrs. John A. Merrill, •Wilson, community service; Mrs JJ. E. Hunt, Osceoia, chid well *4, i *• i Mr-Si C. M. Ji&rwcll O^ccola *ublic health; Miss-Dora Lee"Colewan, Blytheville, juniors; Mrs. O .B. segraves, Osciola, literature; •MK. Howard Proctor, BIythevllIe Bblicity; Mrs. J. w. Badcr Bly-' loevllle, adult education; Mrs. W •C. Burkett ' Bassetc, public in^ g-uction; Mrs. A. E. Robinson, ieachville, law observance. T HERE art errand) <o <Jo, And txopk lo sw, Awl i coufi< J Dropping in Id lea T HERE «looks To itad loni And .'ernal kllcu I Wight lo write. ANDJ]oflt-.etim« I'll It thinking of x</u; Bui I ttuil recwct— I always do! hich Mrs. 'W. j. Pollard'' is li!gh"scliool had book reports chairman. The poppy chairman; Mrs. !Howard Proctor, announced j that .•included in the year's program would be the project of a rock garden of popples on the court'house'lawn. ••' The veterans legislation' tor'ithe year was outlinedi by Mrs. .A; JM. Waehburn, legislation chairman. It was voted to present the award this semester to the outstanding udcnt In the graduating classvof unlor high school for Americanism nd citizenship. This has been, the Tistom for several, years, ; '"'• Mrs.' McCutcnen, Mrs. B. ! Ar ynch, Mrs. Edgar'Borum arid-Mrs. aa> sieefa. -The Etude Music club held 1U Sonthly .meeting Friday afternoon »th Earlene Damon. Ella Keltcra J*s the composer studied at this •j^These'played p'iano selections: ,Kuet "Goblins," Amy Ruth Morris ^»d, Hunter Hall; "En Gay." Bar- Tine Damon; "Come Back to You; •jMrs. Henderson Hall; violin duet 3ulce Jane Hester and Eugenia .Crawford; violin so lo, "Minuet, •Bonnie Jean Buchanan. ^Kathryn Laverty is a new mem -^-Refreshments were served. •jLjrgion AnxllUrj- Meets. vgMrs. O. W. McCUtchcn enter 2«Sh«S the American Legion Aux *ary Friday afternoon for a pro J>*m and social meeting. •p*?t«r the group singing of "Amer to" Mrs. .Howard Proctor gave Import of the national convcntlo •t Portland,. Oregon, in S2ptcmbe *Sd of the part the Arkansas dele If lion played. Mist Margaret Mer *)tt «»ve a piano soto "Etude," Arln «g_. A sketch ol trie life of the re Jfcitly elected national presifien *•- S. Alford Blackburn, ol Vcr 'Ky. was^ given by Mrs . .Blaylock and Mrs. H. ! »r« Jr., read her first message 9i auxiliary units, "The New Ye ptas." V -' TJMrs. Wai's presided In the bus 81*.session. It was voted to pr Wit a book to the city library „„ fcpart of the moveWnt sponsored tf. the BUott Fletcher chapter of me United Daughters of the Con- jlltertcjr lor the Gtorge "Washlng- .!• Bi-tentenoial program. " *. Kc»d WWte announced that "" tteWArm- ecll Shane were apppUiled. spo&r ors for Miss Monta Hughes' troop f girl *couts. In" trie future the auxiliary will e.et 6n'tl-.« second Friday of each onth. - . i The session closed with-a prayer y Mrs. C. E. Crigger chaplain, nd' in a social hour refreshments Sre served to' the 21 members In tendance. • . . i • •. * orcaa Class Has a Party. .The Dorcas Sunday school class f the First Baptist church had n oclal meeting last evening at the ome of Mrs. J. ,B. Foster when "rs: T. E. Epperson was also hos- ss. The 12 members and three visors were led in a <!evotlotlal by Irs. J. ..H. Shoemaker. Mrs. A. tat conducted tlic business scs- on and later there was a social our with Mrs. W. M. Crow and rtrs. Josic Sritc in charge of the ecreatlon. . Refreshments were served. All members are urged to attend he class tomorrow when Mrs. Crow ''ill tiring a special message. )pen Door Class To Meet Sunday. Miss-Rosa M. Hardy will be tlic ive minute speaker at the Open Joor Sunday school class of the First Methodist church Sunday morning. MLss Mildred Moors Is lo live a reading and Mr. and Mrs. Villle Trotter will play and sing. This group presented the newly reflected president, Earl Snyder, vilh n floor lamp last Sunday in ippreciation for his services in Ihc >ast vear. . . V Jomplinicnts Bride Elccl. Miss Mildred Frazier of Wilson was hosiers lo five tables of b.-idge . „, , players Thursday evening at her i " llla dclphla Tome, complimenting Miss Henrietta Kcrlin of Wilson, whose marriage to Lea Roy Houck of Osccols will take place at the First Moth- odist church of Wilson October 22. ' Dahlias \vcrc used lo decorate the two rooms and this color note was seen in the tallies and In refreshments. For pri7.cs Miss Hannah Wcln- berg won linger!: for first prize. Mrs. James Glascoe was given handkerchiefs for second honors and Miss Kcrlin received a linen luncheon set. A chicken salad was served with canapes, macaroons and coffee. day in whlclTThomas Gipson won first place, charlotte Bugg sectuid and .Cora Belle McGoughey, t Bradford-Warren. - ; Mlss Opal 'VVarreh" arid Bradford; both of D;ll, were married • here Friday by Justice E : b Walker. * • • •' Shea-Tlllman. :<A marriage license his"'been i£ sued to Miss Pearley Tillman ajtf parvln p, Shea ( both of Armore)'! Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Tlic Right Rev. Jo'nn L. Morris, ilshop of Little ilock, accompanllii by the Rev. John L. Healey and he Rev. Richard McCauley of the same city, are guests of Father J. J. Thompson for the week-end. He I'ill also have as guests tomorrow- .he Rev. George Evans of Jonesboro. Mrs. Houston Kay, Miss M. Anderson and Milton Webb of Mem)his were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Webb yesterday. Mrs. R. E. Martin has gone to ;offeyvll)e, Miss., for several days 'Islt with relatives. Doyle Henderson is attending to business in points of Missouri today. Jim Tipton of' Carulhersvlllc, an uncle of Hsrry Tipton of the Memphis Tech High football team, attended the' football game last night. Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Hunter C, Sims, accompanied by Mrs.. Chris Tompkins and Miss Emily Tompkins of Burdette, spent yesterday In Memphis. Clint Tipton of Memphis father of, Harry Tipton of the Tech High football team, motored here last night for the game. He was with his cousin, Dr. Paul L. Tipton. > R. E. Martin and Max axfceld are attending to business in Ken- nclt, Mo., today. Mrs. J. T. coston and son, James, and daughter, Mrs. Dudley Lynch, of Osceoia, shopped here to~day. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and daughler Betty Brooks are in Memphis for the week-end. Mrv«nd-Mrs. Rayiiibhd SiKmuck formerly of Helena, have'-returned here to make their home.. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Doctrine of Atonement" is . the ubject of the Lesson-Sermon to * read In the Christian Science ervlce Sunday morning at 11 clock. The Golden Text is, "I and my athcr are one." (John 10:30). Among the citations from the Bile Is tr.e following: "For as by ic jnany's disobedience many were lade tinners, so by the obedience f one shall many be 'made right- cus. That'as sin hath reigned un- death, even so might grace reign hrough righteousness unto eternal fe by Jesus Christ our Lord." (Romans 5:19, 21). The Lesson-Sermon .will also in- lude passages from the Christian cience textbook, "Science and ealth with Key to the Scriptures,? y Mary Baker Eddy, one of which eads, "Glory be to God, and >eace lo the struggling hearts; Jhrist hath rolled away the stone rom the door of human hope and aith, and through the revelation nd demonstration of life in Qpd, ath elevated them, to possible at' ne-raent with the spiritual idea f man and his divine Principle, x>ve." (page 45). -'AnhoUh'cement 1 has beeii made oV Ithc .marriage, of Miss ;Hattle Ter^ ry and Jlmmle Mason, beth of Ja*kS son, Tenn. The wedding occurred here last Saturday 'with Justice Qs- car Alexander performing the cere- niony. ,- • ; - • . •>?'•' -M ,- •* • '"''" fclau (o Meet' ''' ' ;.' . All members of the Bela Clii Sim- day school class'of the First Vrii- byterlan church are urged to a'l- tena tiie class tomorrow morning, l^ria,! announcements will be made concerning'the "riickci 1 ' party to be given Tuesday, evening. 1 ' * * * Woman's' CoBndl : - Mccls. Monday. The 'Woman's Council of, the First Christian' church will nieet at the home of Mrs. • Gordon Evrard on Highway 61 Monday af- A grab features ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. box will be one of the of the entertainment. ' Girl Stouts Give Chili Supper. .Members of the Violet and Pine Tree ; patrols of Girl Scdut troop one enjoyed a chili supper Thursday night at the scout club room. • • * Hospital Notes Miss Dorothy Lonz of Dell and Ottu Thomas of BIythevllIe were admitted as patients to the BIy- thevllIe hospital today. Those dismissed were Miss Clara Stewart of Steele, Mo., and Barney Inson of Blythcvlilc. Rob- Women's Organizations to Be. Active in Northeast Arkansas; Roosevelt-Garner women's clubs re" being organized Ihroughdu* he northeast Arkansas .distric •hleh is"'comprised of six coun- es. '. ' ' Mississippi county chairman were nnounced a week ago. For tne ther counties the •chairmen are: Clny county, Mrs. George McNeil iggott ; chairman; Mri. Pearl Myers halrman of the Piggott club and ilrs. Jerry Taylor chairman of he Corning club. Greene couny: Mrs. J. P. Gerald, Paragoulct hnlrman; Mrs. J. F. Farrcll chalr- nan of the Paragould club; Craig- lead county: Miss Ailcen Murray 1 Fonesboro, chairman; Mrs. p. M Jitourette chairman of the Jor.es- bcro group; Mrs. Fred Mnlilnix sslslant, chairman; Polnsett couny: Mrs. J. Shoenbcrger, Marked 'ree, chairman; Mrs. Paul Tliomp on chairman of the.. Trununn iroup; Mrs. J. E. Burton chnir- mnn of the Marked! Tree club .Irs. Mabel Marshall chairman o he Lepanto chapter; Mrs. W. A \lcott chairman of the Wclu'e :lub; Mrs. Alex E»ste chnirman of the Tyronza club; Crittcndei county: Mrs. Smtlh Johnson, Mar on, chairman. Mrs. Maude Walt of Little Rock district supervisor of the Rcosc volt-Garner organization, has vis itcti all Important towns in thi district, and the work will be com plcted Under tlje direction o Mrs. James B. Clark of Blytiie ville, district chairmnn. Former Russian General Is Now an Inn Chel PHILADELPHIA. (UP) —A former general in Ihc imperial armies of Russia Is now a chef in a tlnj Philadelphia inn. General Peter Popoff, who served on the genera! staff of the Russian Army under tha "Cznr, is will ing to discuss life—as It is. f. llut life as it was, pr might have been, the general merely shruggcx his shoulders. PopofI Is head oT (he tearoom kilchcn of the Princess Lubo Schctlnln. Among the guests were 'Mrs. William Hoppinjohn, ol Chicago and ilrs. Rlley u. Jones of this city. • • » Have' Study of French Writers. Mrs. Bernlcc Jones was In charge of i'lic program of the Rho AlphE chapter of the Epsllon Sigma Alpha Tnursda S 1 at the , w a tji Noble when a study of French writers of the seventeenth century was, taken up. She was assisted by Misses Cora Lsc Cowman and Selnu Lentz, - * ... His Reports. The 7-B2 EnglUli chits of junior Questionnaire Reveals Harvard Students' Goals CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—One Harvard freshman plains to raU livestock, another hopes to be a politician, and a third aspires t< be a. veterinarian. These life ambitions were re vcaled through a questionntti'r wlilch sliowed that ol 580 freshmen 89 Intend to practice medicine, 7 wish lo be lawyers, and 43 leat toward engineering, with the re malnder divided among many fields COLUMBIA, S. C. (UP) — Th ninlmum age limit for automo ;llc drivers will be reduced to 1 /ears, city council has voted. Thl :rlngs the law- to conlpllance *-ltl l:e one In force over' 'the slat liicc 1930. ' Canal Project for Power Development Is Plannei COLUMBUS. Neb. IUPJ—Tivent cast-central arc incliidcri Nebraska ccmutle In an area to benefit from the proposed'<lc vclopiuent of a Loup river cnna project for development ol po'.vei A federal Reconstruction Fmanc Corimratlon loan may be so-eh for (he project. Is projxised to divert v\ from the Loup river near Gi and carry it 17 miles thro:ig canal to a. iroint near Coiumbu where a 100-foot full from a b is available. A power unit this point would develop (Hooo • engineers havn csiimatcd Alaskan Fishermen Unable to ftfake a Livi IBf __ PHILADELPHIA. (UP)- T Alaskan Indians arc unabl» mnkc a living bccouse of the pri l«ld by fisb cn.nncrlt-s, Matll-ew Siiliren, secretary ot the Ir.n "Shis Association, said afte tllD no 'In (he old days. Innians us»d make from $750 to $1,500 for 5 , weeks of fishing. Now they ar luck if Ihcy get $160,00 he said The world's record for (hro a baseball is held by Sheldon June. He threw the ball more „ a 426 feel while playing with Evars Mile, Ind., in IDIO. IBST PRESBYTEEfAN CHURCH vManH M. Callawar, Mlnfater The Sabbath Church School will pen at 9:45 a.m. .with a devo- lonal program led by Mrs. c. M. Oray. This brief program' will be ducatlonal as well as devotional Urs, Gray will be assisted by Mary Eunice Layson, Miss Era Wright nd Mrs. M. M. Cflllaway. Morning worship 11 a.m. Ser- iion^subject "Getting-and Spend- Evenlng worship 7:30 p.m. Bermon subject "Tomorrow." Christian Endeavor 8:3* p.m "For God loved the world so dearly that he gave up his only on, so that everyone who believes n !him may have eternal life, in- tead of perishing." MoHatt's New Testament. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Mate and Seventh Streets ; f. Q. Rorte, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Junior Church il a.m. Worship and Sermon 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. ' Young Peoples meeting 6:45 pm Prayer meeting.-Wednesday 7:30 Clyjlr rehearsal Wednesday, 8:15 =WEBKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The Development of Character Text; Gen. 18:17-10; Dtut. :4-9; Mark 19:13-16. The International Uniform Sunday School Letson for Oct. 16. BY WM. E. GILKOY, I). 1). Editor ol The Conirrrrationaliit Our lesson draws upon three tassages of Scripture, widely apart n their literary and historical set- Ing in the Bible, as material for his lesson on the home and the coming generation. There Is something suggestive in this gathering of material from different generations. It reminds us that every age is faced with ts problem of the* coming generation. It reminds us. also, that the pngolng of the world and the welfare of humanity depends more than anything else upon the way In which each succeeding age meets that problem of training its youth. The problem of the training of youth ultimately Is the problem of Ihe home. There can he little hope of a generation highly developed in character unless there be soundness in the relationship o[ parent* that produce that generation. Moreover, the finest of parents can exercise little strength or guidance upon their children unless there be the conditions of a proper environment and home life. * • * These things, which would ed from observation not authenticated dividual instance. i>y ! '» life but ^m iH- Tl:<?re is a sense hi might be regarded as that If a child goes seem vital and elemental facts to the Christian, are meeting a challenge 1" various quarters today. There are certain psychologists who would suggest that a mother is the child's worst enemy, that If from earliest babyhood, he could be turned over to experts who would guard and guide his psychology, keep him properly pro- lected from all complexes, and from being "spoiled," we should have a generation of men and women approaching perfection. • Thus far one does not see much evidence of It. Psychologists' children are probably on the whole not very much unlike other people's children, and despite the faults and feelings of mothers, there are things in the psychology of a mother's love and influence thai nothing else can very well replace. The golden text of this lesson offers, however, a very distinct and definite challenge. It has occasioned a great deal of questioning on the part of the parents •who. despite every effort to train their children well, have seen them turning out far differently from what they had. expeccld. 'Train up n child In the .way he should go, and even when he is old hs will not depart from II." i influence of love In contrast Proverbs 22:6. Like many prov-1 the sternness which the erbs, it is a generalization develop.- I would 1 have exercised. lilcli it j Iruism: I to very fact is evidence th,"thi™l has been something inlsialt.,, ir L faulty in the training. p ( ! °^'| parents arc disposed to thhr !l their training has been ^ fault through judging from good Intentions and fallliK .... take into account the thousand' and one little things which ! really influential. Tr:;n, also, there arc parents^ who assume that if they are strict' and earnest they have done their part; whereas a. whole survey of the character and activities of youth in relation to home training would probably demonstrate that strict and unimasina'tive training, taking little account of . the nature of the child and of | tne variety of temperaments in children, has done about as much harm as laxity and indifference?. Good training calls for sludy 1 and discretion, for restraint and 1 sympathy, for the qualities which I Jesus - manifested when he sui;- 'f rounded little children with tl(e\i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH •Walnnt an* Eighth Sirwts Alfred S Harwell, pastor Pastor's subject for 11 a.m., "Un- ipeakably Happy At All Times." _ At 7:30 p.m. he will speak on: How To Become a Child of God " Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Alvin Holley, superintendent. B. y. P. u. meets at 6:15 p.m. Miss Luna. Wilhelm, director. Sunday school officers and teachers meet Wednesday, 7 p m Mid-week service Wednesday 7-45 .m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday, 8:30 .m. Mrs. Paul Tipton, leader. Mrs. Murray Smart at the organ We Invite you to worship with us. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. I/. Newsom, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Thomas Bogun, superintendent. Sermon, 11 a.m. Subject: "Jesus' Return" B. Y. P. u. 6:30 p.m. J. T. Ellis, director. Sermon, 7:30 p.m. Subject: "The Marriage of the Lamb." Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7'30 P.m. The public Is cordially invited to all these services. A big welcome awaits you. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday school, 9 a.m. Divine worship, 10 a.m. Theme: "BelheEda Means House oj Mercy." After the morning service the regular quarterly congregational meeting will be held. .A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend our services. Regular weekly Sunday school teachers' meetings are held every Friday evening at 7:30 in the school building. At eight o'clock the adult Bible class meets to which all are invited. The class is studying the Gospel according 'to St. Mark. Questions of a religious nature are welcomed. ; FIBST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. Latioier, Minister Church schooij ,9:45 aim.. Communion and sermdri-liy the minister, .ii a.m. •..''•:' Vesper services, 6 p.m. ' AH are cortjially Invited. CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. C. C. Fuqua of Muslccgee, Okja., will-conduct services at 11 A.'M. and 7:30 P. M., Sunday. LAKE STREET. METHODIST . . CHURCH W. S. LtRoy, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m." Iverson Morris, superintendent. Preaching, 10:50 a.m. Subject: 'Hero or Coward?" This message is one of the most helpful and interesting lesson of all God's word. Let every one of your boys and girls and yourself hear this message. 3ring your children—even the babies with you. Remember that Je•us included the children in His services. \ League meetings, 6:30 and 7 p.m. Preaching 7:15 p.m. Subject: 'Does Lake Street Church Care Enough for Men's Souls?" Bring all your family and friends to this Scouts of Troop 37 Have Football Team A football team has been organized in Troop 37 of .the lociu L>oy bcouts. Norman Speck, pa- i lei'.asr, is captain, ana ulu Aict'an, anotuer patrol leader, is ii6S!siant capmin. All memoes nave been assigned positions lor ciiCL* whicii was . utiu -lau uuy uc the budbury scnool. ii a recent meeting mis group voiecl 10 purchase a Boy GC'OIII, manual, howara Jjuncan, who CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Second and Vine R. S. Rushlnj, pastor The pustor will preach at both morning and evening Cervices Sunday. Sirecial musical numbers will feature the N. Y. p. s. program at 6:30. Every member is urged to be present. A consecration service will be held for the new Sunday school officers and teachers Sunday morning, ten o'clock. Mid-week prayer service each Wednesday evening, 7:30. Bring your bible and enjoy ilils hour ol fellowship, and worship with us. MATERNITY and adoptions. So elusion for unfortunate girls. Expense reduced by working. Address Kalrmount Hospital, 4903 East 27th Kansas City, Mo. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk lOc Qt. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Buttermilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday just • mo\ea nere irwn Jamison , 'luiin., .has enrolled for mem" iip anu nis nuifte was piace tiic waiting nsi • penning ms tiii^ ine reqini-einenis. Ancient battle Helics Discovered in l)itcb 'HANFORD, Cal. (UP) — Whai sere believed to be relics of a lor- goiten oattle in tne Spanisn .conquest ol California waie;<found '• in an irrigation ditch .near 'here. Tne relics, foundi'b'y" lwo-H»n- lord mun, iucliiuCU a nuniDer'ol tkulls believed to be thoae of lia- tive Caluorma Indians,.and a rusted sword of me type used by oUi- cers of Spanish troops. Indication! were, the finders said, that the officer died in the baiue. Negto i' raised as Honest Man SPrilNGFIELD, Mo. tUP)— Weidon Richardson, Negro janitoi ^\as praised as an nonest man when he found a wallet, contain ing 595 and retunicil it to' it. cr. A few days later Richard CAIID OF THANKS The kindness of my triends ahct neighbors in my recent bereave mcnt is greatly appreciated. I. E. Parkhtirst. Satisfying Service ... The garments arc thoroughly cleaned . . . the service is prompt . . . the prices ;ire low. We clean everything from (he most delicate fabrics to rugs . . . all cleaned scientifically. Hats Cleaned and Blocked Phone 327 for a White Truck BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY ;on .lest a $20 bill. Now he is vonderlng whether honesty pays after all. Gem Theatre OSCEOLA SUN-MON-TUES Matinee—Sunday Only—2:30 Adm.—Night—15 and 40c Matinee—10 arid 20c 'GRAND HOTEL' Shown for the First Time in Thie Section <it Popular Prices; Greta GARBO John BARRYMORE Joan CRAWFORD Wallace BEIRY Lionel BARRYMORE Uwi$'S5one—Jeon Hersholt As a Play. — it van over a year on Broadway As a Picture —it played to record crowds for months at the Astor Theatre, in New York i J And Now It Comes to You! t h e Greatest E n tertainmcnl Ever Present- Directed by EDMUND GOULDING Frnm Vide I Baum's play.

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