i |;> : |AGE£TWO niiVTHEVILLE, (ARK.) -'COURIER NEWS SATURDAY,•-'AUGUST'J&_ 1933" Social Calendar \ ;. MONDAY'S• EVENTS ; .Circtc5 of auxiliary in Prcsbyter- tori church mpttliij at church at 2:30 P.;M., for business ami Bible . MUdy.iBfe&slonv. followed uliti pro- pram meeting of- auxiliary at 3:30 P. M •• Woman's ''Missionary society Flrft Methodist bliurcli meeting at church. 3 P.. M.. for business t-nd sociaj meeting. S<*. Bom. . .,.--. . Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Stalcup nn- .. bounce•.Ihc. birth ol a son yesterday nt tlieir : home on Vim- street,^.) The baby, who weighs nine potiiids, has been named Charles. Thonlss. - • -9 9 CompHmcnt -Visitors, Fifty guests were entertained by Missies Virginia- and Louise lioiir- )and last evening at an informal c'ancc given at the Woman's club foi Miss Elizabeth Coulcy ol Memphis, who is their hbusegucsi, nnd Mils Cafherln; cnnuon of Ml- qml, Okla., who is visiting I. E. Parkhurst. Mrs. Bill T.'CMer played the rln.no for the dancers. Class His Mrty. Members of . Mrs. Etlrt Anderson's 'Sunday school clnss of Ihc take Street Methodist church lincl a party Wednesday cvenlns m her home on Claris street. Each girl Invlte^l a boy. After games and contents refreshments were served. Yarfaro-Ralieu. ; Miss Fannie Lee Ballew became the bride of Mr. Shirley Y.ubro Thursday night at Hnyll. Mo., where Justice J. A. Johnson conducted the wedding ceremony. Their only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Lambert and Mr. Ben Brock. .The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Sidney Hughes. " • • Eitrriahu Clmb. Miss Nina Barnes entertainer! members of the Modem Prisellln club last evening when she also had as her guests Misses Sara Oirllngtbn, 'of Searcy, Ark., and Lenora Mann of Warren. Ark. yho arc visiting 'Miss Martha Ann Lynch, and Misses Ruth 1)11- lohunty and Frances Little. In (he Bunco games Miss Sara Carllngton won : 'the high score prize,, » lip. stick;,and a compact went to. Miss Virginia Martin for the - traveling award. An Ice course was served. This Style's in Bloom! HES I'll.CHIM I.IITIIKKAN CHURCH II J. Klelndlcmt, Pastor Sunday school, 9 a. in. Morning worship, 10 a. m. Theme of Sermon: "A Helpfu essage for Christian Pilgrims." Holy Communion will be ad- mlnlilcred at this wrvlce. A spe- <-lal congregational meeting wll follow directly after. You are jirgenlly requested unc. hem-illy invited to worship, will us If you have no religious affili ntlons in this city. "Come In Ihou blessed of the Lord; wherefore slahdcst without.?" Gen. 24, 31. thoi Bits oj Nttcs Mostly Personal FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Streets A. S. Harwell, Faster Ililjle school, 8:45 a. m., Alvln Holliy. Superintendent. At ihe morning service the choir, directed by Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. will present a musical program. Announcement will be made at the morning service concerning the I evening service. | !!. Y. P. U., 6:45 p. m., MKs I.una Wllhclm, Director. W. M. S. meets for Bible study at 3:00. Circle 1 with Mrs. A. W. Langwcll. 601 Franklin nnd Circle 3 and -i at the church. Prayer service Wednesday 8 n. m.. Mi. Ramsey, leader. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8:30. Mrs. Pnui L. Tlpton, leader. We Invite you to worship with us at nil services. A printed ensemble of soft reds nnd blues In n rhythmic floral design makes this dress a particularly lovely midsummer costum;. The wide, 1 set-In satin stish, thrcc-quaitcrs Jacket and charming handmade nowcn, worn at the point, of the V-neckllne, me Interesting fashion notes. Tile outfit can bo worn on the street. l>ut is especially good for the tea or cocktail hour. Manila Society — Personal ^tr. and Mrs. 'Mrs. Jlul 'Hopper anil daughter, Mnxlnc. of SI. Louis." Mo., an; the l . [llullt .,, m west of MIT. W. 1>. Ifulchlns this I ,.„ of lhc ' " ton. Miss Frances nnd Denny, were in St. Loiiis on business Ihe Ilisl of the week. Mis. LoLs Biirreiilinc and Mrs, J. ?. T'BreUteld spent Monday with Mrs. Radic Donald. Miss Jeanne Downing and Mrs. O. O. Stunrt were Blyihcvlllc visitors .Monday. • \V\en nnd MUST CHRISTIAN CHimCH r. K. I.atlmer, Mlnlsitr Chuvch schcol, 0:45 A. M. Holy Communion and sermon b; minister. 11 A. M. A cordlul welcome always. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCi: Sunriay school, 9:45 A. M. Fiv< r.dult Bible classes. Church, 11 A. M. Sernibn bj the Rev. H. B. Wade, pastor a the Lamnr Heights Presbyteriai church of Memphis. There will be no evening ser \'ce. Prayer mceling Wednesday ev .^nlng, 7:30 o'clock, Roy Walto: in chnrge. *U1 nrc,cordially invited. week. . Mrs. b'. W. Sellers lias gone for a month's visit In Livingston nnd Nashville, Tenn.- Mrs. Dan B. riodd returned homu Thursday from Joncsljoru, where she was the house guci,'. of Miss Mildred Eroding. She wns nccom- children of Parngould SIM?IH 'the week here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd llornpr and Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Cook suvnl ihe first of the week nt Hardy on nil outing. Mr. nnd Mrs. TT. U King wer>^ businefs visitors. In Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E.;A. Denctlc attended IHe. funeral o! Idi May Rcnfro. daugtitir ol Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rcnfro. at LiVxora yesterday, Arthur Pattoh.-'of- Memphis. 1- the guest of Harold Stcrnberg- nnd other friends • for ' n short time. He is recuperating from an opci- atkm performed several weeks ago *; the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son, Charles, and Mrs. H:ud- erson's mother. -Mrs. MaVy Sutton, returned rsst - night 'from a • visit in Jackson; Tenn. Miss Alma Guthrie Altkcn, ac- ccmpanled by - her cousin. Mlsr Mary Ellis Ward, O f Memphis arc l.i Riptey Tenn., for n visit witii Miss Elirt Montague. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson have gone to Chicago for a visit. Miss Alm?rln Boyd and brother, Virgil, are spending ttie week-end in Lula. Miss. Miss Martha Ann Lynch has as her guests Miss Sara Ga'rliivlon of Searcy. Ark., and M'iss Lenora Mann of Warren, A'rk.. who will be here for a week. Miss Catherine Cannon, of Miami. Okla., Is the guest of her uncle, I. E. Parkhurst -, Misses Virginia and Louise Bourland have us their gu-st 'for several dnys Miss -Virginia Con- Icy, of Memphis. Dr. c. c. Siuicns, who recently uhocrvenl sn operation for np- ti™ -ii s M 6 Mem P |lis Bniitls: hospital, was brought home last night. His condition Is very- Mary Eunice Lnyson bas gone to. Caruthersvillc to, spend n week with ncr undo and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Victor McAllister, and Jean- elta Jean E-baugh;-.- _Mlss Alma Peters-and .Marian Cooley have gp:,c to Dyersburg antt Humbolt,.Tcrtn., for several oays stay. . Mrt. Allan Walton has returned her for Miss Virginia Mccall Is return- jug to her ;home- in St. Louis Uday after K -iislt with Mtss Ruth Butt and Miss Mary Blanche &'- "'''. Mb ' Sunshine Adams has gone for.,, to Oran, Mo,, for a visit 8fe " Paul Rorie. Jr., is seriously 111 Iroin. .malaria fever at his home cm West .Main street. ranlcd Home by Mi&si-s Wnndlcr rnls McW hlrln- arrived Siindov Johnson, Mildred llrndlng nnd Mr. j n , S r )lnl( | c cv crol dnvs with his " CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Soul" is lhc subject of the -ler son-Ecrmon to bn read in IV Chri.stian Science service Sunda MODEL WILL COST ORGIVEJIILESS Buyer's Paradise in AulQ Industry Seems* Doomed by ,Code. By NKA Srnlcc DETROIT.—When late Scptcm- l»r comes, nnd brings with It, the nrst advance 1934-modcl automobiles, the public Is going to see the greatest three-ring circus presented by the country's biggest Indu>try In years. PrcsMitatlon of the 1934 cars will probably be later this year than usual.-That Is because demand for the 1033 models lias held up much better than even the makers expected. August, when demand usu- ly begins to slacken, is expected exceed 200.WO new cars, the ;lrd month In n row to beat that lark. The reason is, of course, that >eople realize that one of two lings is going to happen to prac- cnlly all cars next jcar. Either icy will go up in ccst or down in lie number of gadgets and Inxn- ie.s provided. Vast Changes Certain T.'.e 1934 models will be NRA lodels. While the automobile coie as not yet b;cn approved by the 'resident, It probably will be by he time production begins. The nodels themselves are already set- led, so far as design goes, and uakers are In tiie process of In- lalling the millions of dollars vorth of new machinery required or every change cl model. nut nobody outside the experimental • laboratories knows what hey will b3 like. And not ev:n here do they know the pricES. For he££ 1D34 models will be produced mdcr NRA conditions, the first ever so produced, and Detroit excels .to see radically-changed cars .0 meet radically-changed conditions. ' Buyers Were "Paid" to Buy The'brutal fact of the matter is that practically every automobile sold In 1932 cost the manufacturer money. Some of the makers are emerging Into the black in this latter ha'lt of 1933, but the bitter les Eon of 1932 is not forgotten. Then manufacturers were just handing you perhaps $200 or their mone; witli every car you bought. Kord lost $15,000,000 in that educational year of, 1932,. and Chryslc: probably more than, $11.000,000 General Motors came up with-"a Plan New Deal for Auto Industry Knylor Alklnron of JoncMxiro. Mrs. S. E. Franks of Cardwell, Mo.. Is spending a few days vistt- , |-nrenls Mr" nnd Mrs Chns Me- 1 tl:Jlt arc nt(er thn Sp!lit "' l whlrlcr ' *"" c """S 5 °' Ine Spirit" (Rom I»M>.. u al/l-lmlll^ <t in* uil\.-> IIMI- ujii ti r >,' ing her mother Mrs. E. E, Hatch- ."". n> m f'' of /"»»am, - od friends hero Monday. Miss Frances Fcndlcr or, Grovcr Snider, R. J. McKimmn i Bothers. O.'cnr nnd R R nccom- Jnd n. S. llmhmi wi-rc- in I.ittlr ] p!ln irri by Miss nenn Weinhctg of Reck on business Tuesday. l.caehvlllc, will lenve Sniulay for morning at 11 o'clock nt tlie Hotc Noble. The Golden Text is: "My sould Ihirsleth for God, for the living God" (Psalms 42:2). Amons the cltnttons srom the Bible is (lie following: "For they flat are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but (hey ind .nns Science! tnxlbook: "; llcnlth with Key to Mrs. Uc David nnd dnughlcr. I Chicago to nltcnd the fair MIFS Annie Lee, Hoy Gllsson and I ' D. P. C.ll«son left Tuesday lor In- ; lepcnrtfnce. Mo., in attend tlm fi:ncrnl of Karly Willis, who Round Lake. News liuford Thwcntl is in He-vcrly Hills, California on business. The Lesson-Sermon will also include passages' from tlie Christian 'Science nnd the Scrip- l.ircs", by Mary linker Eddy, one \<: which reads: "Even though you j:;vee that the material senses are indispensable lo man's existence :>v I'lilily, yon must change the human concept ol life, nnd must •it length fenor yourself spiritually and scientifically" (page 35!». The Rev: Drone of Tcm'u-sscc. Christian Science Rending Room I first place, of course, producin In an autn accident nt Los Angeles. Cal., Sunday. Mirses Clarice Kennedy and Orine Hiitchlns cntcrlnlncd with j who Ls assisting in the meeting i detighttul twelve o'clock dinner | Clear Lnke. spent Friday night 'VcilncEdnv in honor of Mrs. c. O.j with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Vincent. Oreo of Forrest City. Ark., and '• Mrs. Malcolm Hicks .had an al- Mirs Alma rT.nbrnnncr of Detroit,! lack of npiJcndicilis Sunday. She HoSDliCii )Mlch. 'Oilier Rtic.Ms were Misses i v-'n3 cnnicd to Hie Baptist hospital' Gen. Johnson, NBA chief, confers with Alfred P. Slonn,, Jr., of General Motors on the new auto code — Competitors Walter P. Chrysler ar.d Henry-? Ford nrc shown at le.': of a busy Chrysler assembly line. profit of some $116,000. But Gen crol Motors is much more than jus an automobile-maker, and il is like ly that its half-ownership of Elhy Gas Corpornlion, and its ownership of Fflgidairc nnd General Motors Acceptance Corporation helped wipe out a loss on actual manufacture of nutomc'oiles. Costs Sure to Mount But 1933-34 is going to be a different story. T;-O automobile code, when adopted, will increase laUor ccsts. material costs, production costs all down ths line. While Ford, the third largest maker, has not signed tha indi;-j- Iry's co;le as yet. it is thought, r.ere thnl he will be forced to follow Us terms In the long run. ford was shoved • into third place late this summer by an uprush of production and profits on the part of Chrysler. General Motors keeps in Tuesdny nnd Friday from to 5 P. M., nt the Hold Noble. Dclny Mike, Martha Mntthcus. I "I Memphis for an opcrntion. Mrs. Claude Miller. Misses Ruth ! Byrs Wngnon nnd M. L. Vincent .Wiiitworth of Blythcvlllr, Warrene j wore in Memphis Monday on busi- Browniec of Dell and Knllirlnc; ness. Ccvis of Ainoiy. Miss. Mr. nnd.Mrs. Normnn Johnson, mnko i nni «;:r"H Sundny with friend-; in Rlylhcvlllc. ' I'. C. Gage and famiiv moved U Louis Wngnon and Mrs. J. H. Wnp- RnvcniUn Wednesday to :lirir 'home. Mrs. F. E. nrown. Mr* \v. S.; Mrs. John Wngnon h.ns been Stallion and daughter, Blanche, very 111 tlie !>asl week but is now and Mis. Bill Brown and Miss i improved. Minnie Low Wright nrc rclalivcs in Marion. Ky.. tills wc^k. I mnhirin fevvr. .Mrs.' Mae -LincbnrBcr is ill with Baby Virgie Lee McCnllle of Little River mis admitted as a (-.itlcnt to the Biythcville hospital :oilay. These dismissed were: Miss Virginia Michie. Cooler: Mrs. F. C. Marshall, Manila: R. M. Joll- ifl. Manila: and Mrs. Maltie Bryant, city. nnd the Rev. Drone ivorf dinner Jiirsls of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vincent Thursdny. Q. O: Stuart and sons. Luke and | Wesley Morris jr., is 111 with! Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crocket: David, have gone to Ocnald. were Wednesday. Memphis visitors' colitis. and .\Tr. nnd Mrs. Hayncs nf Clear jvillc, Mo., for a three weeks visit A. Fendlcr nnd daughter nnd Lake, the Rev. Horn nt Manila I vith relatives. ,and family. . SUNDAY SCHOOL 1,KSSON = Hannah'-zV Devoted Mother Trxl: i Sam. 1:0-11, 2I-2S: 2:1.?| t'.on should be granted 5he would lion of love. • The International linlfni.n Sim- licvotc this child to the sen Ice of The Hannahs of the wcrl-1 have liny School !.oj*on for Au.t. 13. : the Lord from the days of his. never had their proper recci'nl- " . babyhood. i tlon. nor so fnr as the world Is 1 Y WM. E. Oll.ilOV. II. I). ; Hannah's, petition was granted.] concerned, their reward The c-n- Editr.r cf The Cnnsrrcaliniulisl , Mid in Ihe days of her rejoicing I Uibution that, they have mad.- to The story of Hannah is in a, the did not. as many others have life has often been made in -he mi;ch less ndvcntutoiis atmosphere: dene, forsct the vow she had made j narrowness of a closely co'iin eri than (hat of Ruth and Naomi in] in her lime of yea mine and dis-!home environment nnd' tl-e' ch'llv cur last season. < lrf ss. | drudgery that home y-c.man, concerned primarily about] The story as it comes lo u.< in: Sometime ago 1 read or -, the duties In her own home. U.ur ICMOII is that of a mother's'man In n Scotch villnee «!•'-, l J\C HIP r,l rlftl^nnll [inuv'i-nt- I rtniTiHmi ntiA r*t iVin. ., . t/«.. *.~t~^j . ™.. ' The life of r, i devotion and of the preparation . , like the lives of so many in r.ichiof-a life for goodness and service simple and unexciting environ- through her consecration. ment. w^s marked by a deep elc-l If there were more mothers like raised seven sons. The not know her, but evr those seven sons became distinction nnd powc orM illd D'.'.f of •••M:: of '••—'. of tragedy. Drsptte her Hannah, there would t>e more' cliil-j fcsslon. An cmto r..<.ng instinct of motherhood slieJdrcn had been dcnk-d a child. like Samuel; more j eminent minister, ami PROVIDENCB, )S; i> fOP^-' show jm at on" without Bill <?elaak «rne(!lah, at ; » lot,\ vaudeville ™t«t-'-T*l»uk. had/to rellre for V«V*K|VA •— »,»!_• V" 1_1. J . . . . - nbcut half ol all the automobiles made in this country. Can the car manufacturers produce a car under the new* codes at n profit and not add $100 or to to the price even in ths medium an? low-price field. It seems unlikely, nnd this city Is betting that the latter half of 1332 and early 1933 saw more automobile bought fdr SI than will ever be bought again. "Extras" May Suffer Producers who wnnt to appeal to the $500 class of buyer will hrive to find other answers. It may mean smaller, lighter, cheaper cars on the Europaan model which EC many have tried to introduce here without success. It may mean simply stripping on the gadgets and extras, cutting down on material's and inspection. In short getting back to essentials as Ford did in the days of <-.c model T. cither one of those things or $200 or S300 more for Ihe car that $500 buys today. What seems almost certain is terrific hattlc of engineering and manufacturing skill. A competition in selling genius and In service lo tr.e buyer and user, a battle of the merit of the product rather than the battles cf the past over murderous price.5. competitive wage- cuts and profitless standards of gadgetry. t'scd-Car Evil Under Fire But that isn't all. The usec-car situation, which r.as teen tfie ds- spair of dealer and buyer alike, is In for an overhauling. Th; National Automobile, Dealers' Association has submitted its code. The association wanls used car appraisals standardized with price- cutting outlawed, in the hep:: of gelling oi.l from UIIC'LT tte '450,000.000' loss that dealers have been taking on trade-ins each year recently. This code, if adopted, will tend lo prevent manufacturers from forcing on their dealers unwanted and should eliminate many unprofitable ideals en nsod cars that simply ha.1 to be.handled In jordcr to make nnv new car sabs an annual Wilson Society.— Personal : . NRA officials Inik over the cocb' which is going to clit.nge America's biggest industry....C. C. Carlton, Detroit auto mnlcer, center, talks with Col. H. W. Lcn, right, depuly NRA administrator, .and his asslstanl, K. J. Ammcrman, left. Hayti Scx:icly — Personal The business men of Hayti had! n get-tn-gcthcr mcelins; Thursday; evening, having • n niciiir ;it the North Pnrk. There were ab:>»>. one hundred business 'men and lliclr: employees in attendance. j The Fidelis Sunday school class; of the Baptist church had u wcin- j er roast nnd .swimming lurty at: the Flood Way Thursday evening, j The Red Side of the Sunday school j class winning over the nines and j the latter gave the picnic. j ' * ' I Mrs. Jennie Rowe is seriously ill I n; her home suffering wi;h n j malaria - attack. Jim Howe, her | son. who resides nt Cape Girardeau. Mo., was here Thursday with his mother and Mrs. Jim Olrcc. her daughter, of near Kcnncu is i here now. j R. N. Brnsher and J. T. Buck- i Icy were In Parma Wednesday nt- ' tending to business. George Northe of St. Louis, • salesman for the Rnbbcroid Tioof- ; ing Company of St. Louis was here '. ThtnEday nttcnding to business and . visiting W. T. Nethery. • Frank Siglcr. who has b:cn in , the Barnes Hospital at St. Louis j ccnvalcscing from operations which] v.cre performed several days ago j is romc now and much improved. | :vfr. and Mrs. Albert Wilson were ! in Carutlicrsville Wednesday at- j tending to business. Announcements have been made ! of the marriage of Judge Tale io Miss Rcva Chlllon which occurred al Caruthcrsville July 31st with ] Hcllls Baird performing the cere- ! nicny. Mr. Tatc is working at An- | pelo'i; Pig Stand. The bride Is the i daughter of Walter Chilton. They : hnve nn npnrlment In the Colbert home. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Proffer of Sikcston. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Proffer of Kcnnett and Miss Leila Proffer of Kcv; York City. N. Y.. were the weekend guesls of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sanders. Tlie Messrs. Proffer nnd Miss Proffer nre Mrs. Sanders' brothers nnd sifter respectively. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hay with 1 their children Helen. Jimmy and Edwin drove to Hornbcak. Tenn;. Sunday and visited with Mr. Roy's mint Mrs. Mollie Panky. - ON AND OFF. THE SCREEN ~ Mary Brian The Junior World club, sponsored by .Mrs. H. M. Lewis, gave n birthday party Friday afternoon aL Ihe Methodist church. Children,.dressed iii appropriate costumes.- held a Parade of-the Months and "Save Stimlsiof the Seasons. ' Miss Frances Bailey, associate home economics supervisor, of LSI'- • lie Rock, silent Thursday • with Mrs: Hudson Wrenn'planning the .»_ work; for'the coming s»\iool year./*-, Miss Pal. • Mnnsker --6I 'Jnckson. I Tenn..'is (ho 1 guest" df- Ji'cr'-aiinl; Mrs. A. J. Landrum. ' Miss Ophelia Enochs of Mem- • phis visited friends here Thursday! Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fox cntcr- tnincd fifty guests Wednesday night with a dance and walcrmel- on parly in honor of Miss Ruth Bates of Mayficld. Ky.. wh'u ' is ' visiting her sisters, Mrs. T. F.' Fox and Mrs. C. O. Williamson. iUr. and Mrs.'Leo Flnnnigan'and Mrs. T. j. Partridge spent Thursday in Memphis. E. L. Montcricf and son Billy of Dallis. Tex., visited at (he home of Miss Snllic Hnrion Thursday' Mifs Donna Rae Driver of Orcc- ola is visiting Miss Ruby Crain this week. I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Pctway and daughter, Rnth Elaine, of Little Rock, a're the week end (jurels of the Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Lewi?. Cas Brandon jr.. returned Wednesday from Nashville. Tenn. Mrs. J. H. Crain and Mrs. Walter Card shopped In Biythcville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Williamson nnd sons Bobbie nnd John Ed spent Thursday in Memphis. . .• Mrs. C. W. Mifflin and Mrs. R.' J. Gil!cspie of-Luxora spent Thursday with the latter's daughter. Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Mrs. Luther • Beardcn returned to her home at Lake Viling= Ft\day after several days visit v/llh Mrs. T. N. Perry. Wesley Holloman has returned from Memphis following an ap- prnd\x operation. Frank Gillette, who is i;i at, hb j home in Memphis, is imsrovir.j. . j The Wednesday hridgj'd'ib was entertained at the country tnmo of Mrs. Joe CiiUum Wedn-srfny. Tf'.crnoon. Mrs. Charles Lane hclfl' iiigh tcorc. 1 . ...i' A IK COqi>KI) GEM Osceota, Ark. Tuesday - Mary Urian, above, wean Nallnnni curls tor lier art's sako. and is r. V0 ry seriate and foulful youriR lady. Mary liriaii, below, Is beliig just herself at i Hollywood party, p.nd stems lo fco-liaving a soo'd tlmo doir.g 11. Tcnnyscn-"-wrbte "Crossing the Bar" when he was 80 years old. 'abouf $160.000,000 'in The rattlesnake brings forth It? :tf\tos alone. ; young alive. Grape Crop Increased SPRINGFIELD., Mo. (UP) Vlncyardists expect- -the Owirk gra|K crop to total nt 'lean 1,300 cars this season, surpassing last year's shipments. First shipments already have. been made. . ii!,'. 15th & Ilitn—2 Davs .ACMN Ht K * f»S*" ! . - • SOIWS Of lOVt! 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