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PACE TWO BLYTHEV1LLB. (AItK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY II, 1931 Society Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Sain Msnatt Is having (he New Tuesday club. The Gills' Circle of the First Presbyterian church of which Mrs. Marsh M. Cnllaway is chairman, will meet at 7. P. M. at the home of Miss Mabel. Simon. Tlio Forty and Eight Parenl- Teacher assoclallon will meet at the church. The senior high school Parent- Teacher association Is meeting at the school. The LUcrory depart men t of the Woman's club is meeting at the club house at 2:30 o'clock. New Corsets Are Just As Smart As They're Painted Tlie Wednesday Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. E.'C. Patton. Mrs. A. C. Ward is hostess to the New Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday Mrs. Byron Morse 15 entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. The. Mid-week club Is meeting with Mrs. W.-.L; Homer. Mrs. W. C. Hig'ginson is Ixretess to the Young Matrons Bridge club, The Jewish Ladies Aid society u meeting In Luxora at the home of . Mrs. M. Bernstein with Mrs. A Llverant as co-liosless. Friday .' The music department o[ ll'.c Woman's club is meeting at Ihc club house. Altcnd Rotary Meeting Cecil Shane, president, of the local-Rotary club, U. H; Branson - cccretary -'arid treasurer, Charles S Lemons, former district govornor . accompanied by Mrs. Lemons, let .today for Hot Springs where they will attend the District Rotar; Conference. They will return Wednesda night. • * « To'-'fclec( Officers - At the meeting of the senio high.school Parent-Teacher ussoci atiori tomorrow afternoon thcr .will be the annual election of of fleers. Tho program will be Jcaturci with reports of tllc national meet ing ot National Congress of Par cnt-Tcachers nt Hot Springs. . Mrs,. Theodore Logan, president, ; lias Invited all mothers of freili- men students next yoar to be special guests. ...-••* B'rui B'rilh lustalh New Officers Sunday . L. K: Harwarg, of Osceola, was' installed ns president of (lie Mcn- orah Lodge 832 of -the B'nnl B'rilh Ui a special-meeting-here yesterday. Other officers are: Sam Fiorman of .Blythcvtlle, vice president; Joe Klcban of isiythevllle, secretary; Z.' Jiedel of Blythevlllc, treasurer; William' Barowsky of Manila, monitor; E. M. Jaffcc of Osceola, sergeant at arms. '- Hon. Flelehcr Cans Cohen of Merapliis, n member of Ihs Tennessee Legislature, as the principal speaker for the Mother's Day program, was In charge of Ihe instnl- lation service. Both Mother's Day nnd'the workings of the B'nal B'rith organization were taken up in his message concluded with an Invitation from the Memphis lodge for the members of the local group to attend its insinuation service May 24 when Leo Beardman', of Memphis, will become the new president. Other numbers of the program, arranged by Mrs. Walter Rosen- thai, included a solo by P. S. Win- lord, accompanied by Miss Mildred ' Judd, reading by Harold Nathan Rosenthal "The Mother Unknown," - vocal duet, Eugene and Mctvtn Bernstein, accompanied by Mrs. M. Bernstein, song and dance, Miss Frances Urernnt. The-meeting was held nt Uic Temple Israel. Bits of News Mostly Personal Dainty floral paintings •.- Unit will •' ' never b? - hung In :-.any gallery > -- are now worn by smart women, according to the latest fashion whim to reach New York. Corsets In tli? . daintiest of colors, the softest of satins, all bedecked with real Jncc and ribbons, are now hand-painted with forget-me-nots and roses' nnd signed by the name of the nrtlst. Of course they come Ironi Paris. And ' some of the signatures atflxed to them ore • famous names, BIylheviKe High"'School Annual Is Attractive Book of 92 Pages. Copies pf "The Chlckasaw 1 ', Bly- tlicvlllc high school's animal for 1931, have been dlslribuled to students. ' Made up lu accordance with.the customary plan in remembering (ho Chicknsaw Indians who once lived In tills vicinity, the pui>cr has the official emblem of the school, an Indian head on an arrow, embossed on the front cover. The same design Is used throughout tlio 92 payes. Dedicated to the mothers of the students in tllc city high school the ivrouttspicce has Kipling's "Mother of Mine" and a photo of the famous masterpiece "Mo- Iher". On the staff of Ihe annual arc: Miss Kntharync UcnJon, edllor In chief; Woodrow Fisher, btuiness manager; Miss Rulh Rorlc, assistant editor; Waiter Logan, photograph editor; Miss Thelma Wor- Ihington, senior editor; Miss Marj Ellen Stevens, circulation editor; Miss' Peggy McKeei. organization editor; editor; Joe Byrn Evans, athletic James dar editor; Miss Ruth Butt, stenographer. Included in the contents nre ac- counls and photographs of Ihe _ school. Ihe classes, athletics, organization and activities, features and advertisements. The annual Is published yctirlj by the, senior class. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN For the Bride's Hope Chest BY SISTER MARV NEA Service Writer : -. . If you vary your ;salad dressing you may use the same 1 'greens rc- icatedly without the dnnger ^of some member of the family refus- ng his daily vltnrnins. More than tlits, the dressing really makes Ihe salad, lor the best salnd makings lu the world can be completely ruined by a thoughtlessly prepared dressing. ' ' • The simplest of all dressings is the French dressing, which Is nothing more nor less than a combination of salad oil, acid and se-nson- inss. However, there are Innumerable variations to the basic rule, each one making' something else of a crisp head of lettuce or romainc. Tlie following rule for French dressing- will please the average taste although the oil can bo increased or decreased to suit individual tastes. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. liuntley and Mrs. Lou Echols, of Memphis, £,;icnt the weekend with Mrs. H, R Brnntlon. Miss May Hewitt Li a patient at lie Memphis Baptist hospital. M. Fltzslininons, bridge and Imber lns|y?ctor for Arkansas ipcnt the weekend at home. He eft today for Jonesboro. Mrti. Sam Roork is a patient a' he St. Joseph hospital in Mcin- >hls. Among the out of town visitors •ere yesterday for the Installation ncellng of ihc B'nal B'rith lodge were; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weln- berg, Miss Rumclle Wcinbcrg, Nahan Welncrg. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Inrtvnrg, Mr and Mrs. M. Rubenstein, Ml»i Rose Riibenstein, Mrs. Rose Goldberg, Mis Ruth Gold- nil of Osccoln, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bernstein nnd two sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. Live-runt, all of Luxora, Herman nnd Albert Blndureky of Lepanto, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernstein of ciurutluenivllle, Mr, and Mrs. M. Felnstcin and daughter, of Poilagevllle. Mrs. T. G. Seal, who Is at the arlley-Hamscy hospital In Mem- pills, Is in a serious condition from a complete nervous breakdown. Mr. Seal spent tlie weekend with 1'er. ]'.. Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr.', and daughter, Barbarn Jane, left this afternoon lor Memphis and Louisville, Ky. ; where they will spend several weeks. While, in. Louisville ' they -will be' Quests of-'Mrs. Monaghan's Parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. •Pnrtlow'nnd Oiuighler, Nancy, accompanied by Miss Louise Luttrcll, spent >*»- tefduy in Paragould with Mr. Partlow's parents. Mr. null Mrs. P. N. Luttrell returned last night from Memphis and Covlnglon, Tenn., where they spent tlie ' weekend with their mothers. Mrs. Murvln Chappelle and Mrs Hurvcy W. Stewart spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Earl Kcontz is spending tbi week. In Cairo, III. L. L. Ward spent the weekend a his summer cottage at Hardy, Ark, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bealc jr and son, O. W. jr. and daughter Mrs. J. B. Shaffer of Little Rock and Miss Lillie Scott,-of Memphis were guests of -Mlis" Bess- : HaI' Mrs. H. G^Wickham, and. othe relatives 'yesterday.' '•Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall nn ahilly have as their guest Mrs Mea'dle Bellon of New Madrid Frrnch Drncing One-half teaspoon salt, tea- Mo. , ' Mr. and Mrs. E. E._ Stanley niv Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gillen motorei :o Kennett Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. George \V Pyles- will relurn to Fort Smit Wednesday lifter visiting Hrs. A M. Butt and family. Mrs. Pyles ha :ecn two weeks and the Rev. M: Pyles returned here for tlie sceon time Sunday for the funeral of.A M. Butt. ' , Chicken Pies Succumb to 1931 Business Depression SMITHVILLE. Ga.. (UP) - Theold famous McAfee Hotel has closed, and thereby hangs a tale of clu'cken pics, au abroofiledl will, and prohibition. For sixty-five years prior lo Us closing, chicken pie was served at every noon-day meal, and before the lime of prohibition there was a copious supply of scuppcrnong wine as well. The original McAfee served spoon white pepper or paprika. 5 tnblcsixwns salad oil. 214 tablc- siioons lemon juice or vinegar. Mix salt nnd pepper and nild lemon juice. When salt is dissolved beat in oil with a fork or smnll clover beater. Or the ingredients can all Iw placed in a French-dressing bottle nnd shaken vigorously. If the oil nnd aeld arc well chilled the dressing will thicken slightly ns it emulsifies and will not sep- t arate as quickly. I Sugar, nnd mustard enn be added ns Individual taslc dlclatcs. A drop of onion, juice adds n distinct onion or a mere -"suspicion" may be given by rubbing the bowl in which Ihc dressing -Is to be mixed with a slice of onion or a cut clove of garlic. Not more than one-halt teaspoon powdered sugar or one- fourth tcasuoon mustard should be used. These are mixed with the salt nnrl pepper and dissolved in the acid. The herb vinegars arc Invaluable ns a means toward varying French dressings. Lime juice, grape fruit, orange juice nnd lemon juice can be used singly or in combination with cider vinegar or one of tlie Old Teachers Reelected by Luxora School Boar LUXOR A, Ark—At a recer meeting of the board 'of director of Luxora. school, the present tench crs were re-etecUxl for the yea 1031-32. The high school faculty Is con posed of T. D. -Wilkins, superh tendent, Mrs. Annie Lee Hodge Horton, Miss Wllma Tennyson an ll. D. Burks. The grammar schex e.ichcrs arc Misses Lots Hill, Mar ,ynch, Hazel Broach, Mnsinc Ha stead and Mcsilnmcs Anna Bell Ba e\v and Jewell Galyean Brya Kimohins. There will b cno pub Ic school music teacher on accoui of bck of funds to pay for til course. Dcfinlle plans for flnar. ns the school have not been imu but it b hoped that it will be i>o, Eible to opcralc It on Hie same b s as this year and not mnke fu thcr cuts In tlie salnrics of tl teachers. Last year It was nccc sary to cut salaries 10 per cent. chicken pie and scuppcrnong „.. tiie day he opened, and when he dlod, he stipulated his heirs should -serve Ihcin. A valiant cfforl was made to comply. First, went scuppcrnong. with the advent of prohibition, and what with a business depression, chicken pio and everything else lias followed suit. The McAfee Hotel lias been vacated. :- MotjfMhood won. freedom for Mrs. '$•'. MarycKavanaugh; 25, shown above -;; • with-".her. baby, Frances Mary. The •k-. babjr.'vas'bora last July while she. ;;.•: was/'Mrving, two to 24 years for $:^ grand'..theft.. Now Governor Rotph {jj;,: of pillfornla.. lias pardoned her js.y frost,San. Quehlih penlte'ntlary- |v;:™»flf«ylVV*M>d, Edward, is sc'rv- lijlaf.flul her term, I Nature's Laboratory Used HAGER.MAN. Idaho. (UP) — Tho study of Archaeology in schcols of this section in fascinating. Instead, of burying themselves in a labyrinth .of text books on the subject, students sally forth into the famous fossil beds west of Hngermnn and study prehistoric life first hand. YORKTOWN, Fn. (UP)— 1 nre being made for a Colonial ha vest festival • In connection wi the Yorktewn Scsqulcentennial ce cbrnlton In October. Fifty acres laud have been set nsidc for t planting of tobacco, cotton mid co on the ground where George Was ington received the sword of Ge crnl Cornwallis bringing to nn ci the Revolutionary War. Hayji Society—Personal , ;: he modem pbllnun ttsifu on the squarish, dull green chiru repeat the Dcauvllle design on (he plated diver In this n«n< table ensemble. The liaen damask cloth is of green and pearl white. fiat BV JtJMA BLANSUAKD NEA Service Writer NEW YORK—The old-fashioned ride .used to reckon her hope hest of household linen, china id s(lvcnvcar at the maximum lantity she could beg, boirow or eal from- her Dad. The modern bride's hope chest, ke the mixlern bride, travels ght. It Is considered smart in- ced to trim down Us contents the minimum tha't furnishes omfort. ; beauty and enough to itertain with. Of course there are reasons. First, casoual changes in styles and col- ot linens, china,, glassware, ecotid, lack of space to store a reat quantity even If you did rave it. Third, the possibility f moving about a great deal dis- enses with tlie need permanent bodes used to have for quanti- fcs of this and that. Today's bride, if she hasn't fig- red out just wliat she needs, might helped by this table: For every led in the new, house or apartment, six ,sheets each, four pillow lips, two blankets, two spreads, me comforter or down puff. The lew- style is to" have ensembles of ill of these in one or two colors hat go wjsll together, such us green )lanfeets 'and spread, green anc npricot puds anrt apricot sheets But of course white bedlinen is Hill preferred by the majority, and here's nothing quite like a handmade - patch-work quilt for cover. For every person in the new es- :ablishmcnt, six batli towels, fou hand towels, three wash ciollis one bath mat, one soiled clothe bag. For the establishment itself nt least one formal, swell-elcgan ble cloth v.ith preferably a doi en napkins or at icast eight, fou ireakfast sets of gay gingham, i jlaid linen, cretonne, crepe, or oil' loth, with napkins to accompany hem, am\ paper napkins for the II cloth breakfast set; two to four unch, sets and napkins, which most •oung couples use for the evening ncal. New Styles In Linen Dauvisk When it comes to getting that ^xtra fine set, tberc arc such new lylcs in linen damask that you vill be intrigued. Delicate color, vith ricli patterns woven in softer >r deeper tones, nre perfectly beau- iful. Italian punch-worked dinner ;ets are rich and not so exorbit- nt as to be out of reach. Russian linens nre having a tremendous vogue and a set of long cloth and napkins in vivid cross-stitch and open' work design is very desirable. If you are ronl fussy about hings', you may wane a lace dinner set and nothing else will satisfy you. Tf you arc conservative In your linen tastes, you may prefer above all white linen for your bedroom, bathroom and table. Monogrammed, of course. Monograms for table cloths should come where the server serves; napkins are preferably in the corner where they show when the napkin is folded, but they can come smack in the center where they show only by special folding. All white monograms may be replaced by shaded and while ones, especially on the bathroom linen, where you may have gone a bit modern in - having a black nnd white scheme. The linen aside, there is such n vast field o! china to choose from that you may go astray unless you hokl onto yourself. If you are fairly poor, and who isn't, grand scheme is to pick some conservative, pretty, colored set of sis of everything you need for a small price around five dollars. All department stores have. them. Then you can step out und get a dessert set and coffee cups of something extra, or perhaps the soup set of Kalian pottery, the fowl set eventually of old English huming scenes, and so, on. The very newest in the way of china is the modern design that repeats on the china the modernistic motif that decorates the silver. There are several of these 'new hlna and silver ensembles on the market this June, all of (hem mod- •rri and charming. One of them ises a platinum design and plat- dull green color. The flat plated silver, repeating the modern deign, highlights the platinum touches on the green china. Used on a reen dama.sk clotli, of two tones or of green and pearl white, it makes a-beautiful picture indeed. Ons of the most inexpensive ways to get variety onto the table is to plan one course at least in crystal. Start with it, on finish witn it, Kr serve the salad course on it. The very newest crystal is that in wisteria shade which is ircrfectly lovely if it goes well with -what you have. If not. there are Greens, ruby reds nnd beautiful clear designs. Perhaps the best thing for the June brlile to remember, whsn worrying about, all the details of her hope chest and her new home, is that it all is a matter of personal taste today. She can have as little of everything as she wants, make everything do double or triple duty, nil 3 still be tin loveliest bride in the world if she is just sure she is mar.ied to tllc one and only man. Miss Hattie Hciell was hostess to the "Good Time Gang" Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. II. P. Wells. There were twelve young couples present, including two out of town guests, Frank Philips and Willie Chaffin of Ca- rutliersviltc. The evening /was p'easantly spent in dancing to Radio music nnd piano music furnished by Miss Fssie Rencau. The Ban;; plan to meet in the home of Mss Ora Kellc-y this week. The sophomores nnd seniors enjoyed an outing south of lilythe- villc Thursday. They spent a pleasant day running relay races . and playing games. On returning home they took in the carnival at! Blylheville. The Gunljeam Band met at the Baptist church Tuesday alteniaon, with Iheir leader. Mrs. Claud Klene, for Iheir regular meeting.. Tb^re were twelve members present and two visitors. Thy liad ti spltndid program which was followed by their business session. The evening wns closed by a prayer by Mrs. Klcne. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Grcenw?!! entertained the town and country bridge club at their home ortli of Ibis city Wednesday evening. Flowers were arranged into bouquets in [lie two rooms where there were three tables of players. Besides tb? club members there'was one guest, Miss Mavy Blanch Grcenwcll of Biloxi, Miss., who has Ix-cn yuiting in the hcinc of her brother, Ronnie Orecnwcll. Prizes wore awarded to Mrs. W. T. Nethery. for women's high snore, Mr. 11. B. Masterson. for the men's high score and Mrs. L. R. Condit^ for consolation. A hupe cigar was awarded Mr. W. T. "Billy" Ncthery for "booby" prize. joing hand and requires him to seep the bid open. (Copyright, 1031, NEA Service, Inc.) A Sfries Explaining the t'oulmct Bridge Systems ARTICLE NO- 205 BY .\VM. E. McKENNEX Secretary American Bridge T.cag-.ic Under the straight forcing system there arc the following types of original bids: One Bids Original bids, of one of a suit, showing nt Icnst two and one- half quick tricks. Original bids of one no trump, showing n definite count—No biddable suit and nt least two quick tricks. Two Bids Original bids of two of n suit arc absolute demand bids nnd re- PARTNER'S RESPONSE TO ORIGINAL ONE BIDS When partner has made an original bid of one no trump, you will rnise partner's one no iriuiip lo two no trump with combined count of 22 and to three no trump with a combined' count of 24; and a or holding a biddable suit trick and a hnlf, you will show your suit. When holding riaKc suit and at strong least two bid and one-half quick tricks, you will bid one more than necessary which is a forcing bid and requires partner to bid again; c. g. partner bids one no trump nnd you hold hearts A J 10 7 3 and n side A and side K, your proper response 'cih.-ifw the most P.busf-3 bid ii ciilltnct is the orifh.ul forte two- bid, which \vill be explained in tomorrow's article. Little Wilson News Misses Florence and Ethel Caldwell ami Evon McKnight visited at licss. Sumlhy. Mr. anil Mrs. Earl Lilcs were the guests of the former's parents, Sunday. Mi.<« Flossie Adams was the guest of Mrs. D. Petty, Saturday night. Miss ApcaV Warren visited Miss Flossie Adams, Sunday. Mrs. Watic Simpson visited Mrs. Huston McKniglit. Sunday. Mrs. Jim Workman, who has been quite ill for some time, is no better. Mrs. A. Knobelich who is ill at quire partner to keep the bidding is (hrcc hearts to show partner! n hospital in St. Louis is reported game dcclnrntlon even with a tricklcss and herb vinegars. Chifionadc dressing Is better it made with" 1 tarragon vinegar. One hard cooked egg finely minced. I tablespoon minced parsley. 2 teaspoons minced sweet red pepper or pimento, 1 scant teaspoon grated onion and !i teaspoon minced chives are added to the simple French dressing. Martinique dressing has 1 teaspoon minced parsley nnd 1 tablespoon minced green ]x:ppcr added to the rule. For Parisian dressing, add I tablespoon minced sweet red pepper. 3 tablespoons minced green pepper, V, tablespoon grated onion nnd 1 tablespoon minced parsley. •t tablespoons Crumbled Roquc'u:t cheese to the original rule. Minced olives, chill sauce, ia;- siip. minced pickled bcrts, minced cucumber pickle, or pickles of ,my kind can be added to French dirW- tmj. changing it Immensely. Atoui 1 tablespoonful of any one of He condiments should be ndded to o:ie rule of the dressing. A dash of mustard and teaspoon powdered sugar are added with, the .seasonings. 1 Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST —Baked dehrw-is apples, cereal, cream, crisp 10.15:, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON—Creamed eggs aii.l noodles, spinach with Dutch MUC.-, rye brend, cup cakes, milk, tea. DINNER—Clear soup, bakrrt h.i::-. with pineapple, new potatoes u- cream sauce, minted carrots ai-rf ix-as, lelluce and collate ch,\ ^ J salad, vantlln Ico cream wi;r. ma- Roquefort chcete drcssinj adcishile sauce, milk, coffee. open until arrived at hand. Original bids of two no trump, showing tlie four suits slopped, hold and while Ihe hand may contain and a biddable four-card, It Is not bid. strong enough to make an original demand two-bid. Three Bids Original bids of three of a suit, showing n hand not strong enough to make nn original forcing bid of two but n hand that will probably produce game with one In- cnrd in partner's hand. It further shows that there is :io desire lo play the hand at no trump and normal support, is not necessary. Original bids of three no , tru-nps sliow all suits doubly stopped and invites a slam. It is a type of hand very seldom liclrt. In most cases, it is belter to OIM*II these hands with original forcing suit bid of two. Four Bids Original suit bid of four Is purely a pre-emptive bid It shows great length hi trump nnd little or no defensive strength but will take nbout eight tricks. 1 Naturally the typo of biddable I hands most frequently held are ! original suit bids of one. While | original bids of ono are In no way | : forcing bids, under the straight: forcing system partner is required i :to keep the bidding open when! ', holding it least a trick and a j [half. I hand that you think game can be matte on. When narincr has made partner nas original suit bid of one and you hold one and one-half quick tricks normal supiwrl in partner's you will raise partner's bid you mproviu Miss Ilethcr Lawhorn was a visi- an tor at tlie Perry school Thursday. ML-s Edith Morris was the guest of Miss Virgle Morris, Saturday night. Pupils of the Perry school en- should give partner the , lull extent of your hand at once: ic. g. partner bids one heart and witli your hand you know that even if partner has n minimum holding, you can make at Icast three hearts you should bid the three hearts at once and then if partner has additional strength, lie will go to four hearts. Not holding normal support, you will deny by bidding one no trump. Again if you hold a trick and n half and not normal support in partner's suit but a biddable suit of your own, you will overcall partner's suit with your suit If you hold n strong biddable suit nnd two nnd one-half of ihcce quick tricks, you will make a jump shift bid: e. g. partner bids one" spade and you bid three hcnrts. This is one more llian necessary lo ovcrcall and shows partner n probable game Yvalpolc Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 3M The Modern Woodman Lodge of Ilayti hc-lii a meeting at the M. W. A. Hall Wednesday evening. There were twelve members present, who discussed business pertaining to their lodge. After the business ses- ion they enjoyed rcfreslimenls at Angelo's pig stand. Mr. Wolfe Khcurie attended to busit:;ss in Caruthersville 'and Slccle Thursday. ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shannon of I'ortaEeville vlsilcd friends here Thursday. . / \ Miss Jewell Haynic returned \ • I lome from Sleele. Thursday. She ' ins been visiting in the licme of- Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Travis. R. N. Ijewis, who has been confined to his beil for several weeks, is slightly improved, Mrs. Philip Hamra ami Ffert Haiura of Caruthersville visited Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Khourie Thursday evening Mrs. Olllc Mangrum was quite ill with the flu last week. Marion Scott, accompanied by Mrs. H. G. Harmon and Christina, Harmon, motored to Kennelt Thursday afternoon. Ward Dorris and L. C. Averill, accompanied by Pclc Robertson ot Carutcrsvillc attended the trap shooting contest which was held at Maiden Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pendcgrnss of West Orange, N. J. are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pcr.degrass. « Mcsdnmcs Charley Trninor and II. P. Wells left for Chnffsc Thursday to visit Mrs. Wells' brother, Ernest Johnson who is ill. Liltle Wanda Lewis wns bitten by a police dog Wednesday nfter- noon and is now receiving shots for the bit?. Mrs. J. If. Landres-s of Marston is the euest of Mrs. Willard Russell. Mrs. J. E. Meyers and Mrs. Turn Jennings visited friends in Port- agevilic Thursday. Mrs. W. B. Mlchic and Mrs. J. R. Williamson of Micola visited with Mrs. H. L, Fortcntcrry,. Thursday afternoon. ( -Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Notgra'ss were in Caruthersviile Thursday " evening visiting Mrs. Nolgrass's mother. Mrs. O .B. Davis. Mrs. T. si. Cosby ot Mayficld, Ky.. in here visiting her daughter Mrs. Biritc Ball and family. Mr. Jack Cliiltcn of Davenport, Kan. and Miss Myrtle Chilton of Bnmo, Mo. arrived hc:c Friday. They are visiting in the home of Miss Fssic and Jessie Rcr/:au. . tertained a largo crowd with a program at the school, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cakhvcll were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavendar, Sunday. Archa- numer- Ancient Ilacc Burned 3 LEXINGTON. Ky. (UPl- cological investigations in ous Kentucky districts reveal traces of the apparent existence of race of people which burned the bodies of their males on (ic.ith but buried in the flesh all fcmabs and children. University of Kentucky authorities announce. Courier News Want Ads Pay. A'o Large Pores with New Powder If you have large pores us: a fr.ce ixjwder that will rot clog thorn. A new French prcccsi called MELLO-GLO mnkos the skin look young, stays on longer, furniiies a youthful bloom, docs not irritate the skin or make it look pasty or flaky. Spreads smoothly. Try Ih.-s new wonderful Face Powder MELLO-GLO. —Adv. 3 appy DRS. MES & NIES OSTKOl'ATHIC PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varlcoscd -Veins also Skin Cancers and Malignant Moles removed without surgery. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected, Clinic 514 Main rhoue 98

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