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PACE TWO BLYTHEVILLB, fARK.)' OOURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 30. 1931 Society Calendar Monday The executive board of Ihc Woman's auxiliary of tlic First Presbyterian church will, have, u luncheon al Ihc home of Mis. Marsh M. Callaway. " i.-. - The, Woman's Missionary sociely of the First Methodist church will have a ibusluess meclins al Hie church at 2:30 o'clock. The council of Ihe First Christian chinch • will mcel wllh Mrs A. G. Hall: The piano pupils of Miss Margaret Merrill rret violin pupils of Mrs. W. 13. Casey will give a joint recital al the high school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday The Delphians will meet at, the Hotel Noble at 0 A. M. Tlie music department of Ihe Woman's club will have u silver lea Irom three until five o'clock al the club house. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs Is having the Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Oscar Bailey is entertain ing the New Tuesday Bridge club members and Ihelr husbands for a night parly. - Wednesday Miss Grace Webb is having the Wednesday Bridge club. The congregation of (he First Presbyterian church Is having picnic. Thursday Mrs. Cecil Shane Is hostess to the Mld-Wcek Bridge club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson Is having the Voting Matrons Bridge club. The Thursday Luncheon club Is • meeting svilli Mrs. R. P. Klrslmcr. Friday The American Legion Auxiliary will meet al 3 o'clock nt, the home of Mrs. Edgar Borum wllh Mrs. C. Louis, Wilson and Mrs. Ernest Hoc also ns hostesses. Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Haley, of Hot Springs, announce Hie birlh of a son today. Mr. Haley was superintendent of the school? here for a number of years' before going to Hot Springs where he holds a similar position. , • a • * ' Seniors, Faculty Members--. Complimented. Thc:6S members of the graduating class and members of the high school faculiy were complimented with tickets given by Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn for the show "Cimarron." Th.C; guests were alitwnt-<to- form their .own pnrlies ntiri nltencl [he show- on any of the three night's run. * • * Bride Complimented. Airs. Earl Buckley entertained with .- a .bridge shmver Thursday e\ening complimenting Mrs. William , Eugene Priest who was before- '.her recent marriage Miss Katharyn Buckley. .. The pink and green motif shoved in the lovely roses and snap- BY WJI. K. SlcKKNNEV Sccrelary American llrld|;i; l#asue Under the wriler's system of con- ract bidding, the ii'iiuiielnents for original bids arc sllghlly higher han ihosc used in most other sys- .ciiiB. due to the fact Unit Ihe two iml one-half nulck Iricks required lo make an opening bid must be •cal milck tricks. No combinations ol honors such as klnq, jack, 10; sing, Jack; or ace, Jack, 10, are used lo arrive al Ihu necessary Iwo and one-half tiulek (ricks. It naturally follows that the xlioiujcr the requirements are for an original bid, (he weaker partner's hand may be to keep the bidding open. It is a conceded fact that two rjulck tricks opposite two quick tricks will not produce a game, although they may produce a partial score. Under the McKeiiuey system of contract bidding II would be passible for hands of this type 10 be passed out due to ihc fuel Hint neither partner would liold two and one-half quick tricks Therefore In rubber bridge a player Is in no danger in requiring till; real slrcnglh for 0|>cning bids. In duplicate contracts occasionally, but rarely, players using high requirements for 0|>C[]i[]g bids will puss i hand out that will produce a phi: score, but unlil the scoring of duplicate conlract Is changed to make 11 a good duplicate game, one should not change their system for this particular phase of (he game Keeping Original One lllds Open for Your I'artncr.- When partner has made an original bid of one no trump, as stntei above, he informs you Ihal he ha a definite pitch count distributed in three suits or two and one half quick tricks, and in ncllhc case a good biddable four-card suit Assuming that there has been n Intervening bid, you should suppor partner's no Irump to two no truin; wltii a combined count of 22 an to three no trump wilh a comblne< count of 24. dragons used for decoratio ns, in If you lake out a bid of one no rump wllh Iwo of a still, you ad- ise partner lhat your hand is vcak and that you will lose less ricks at the Mill you name than ic will playing It at no trump. If 'on have a strong four-card nia- or sull or a good live-card suit, like partner mil wilh a jump bid o three ol a sull .so (lull he will know you arc nol bidding from veakncss. When partner has made an original bid ol one of a suit under this byslcin of bidding, yon niLst remember that partner may x bidding hla four-card Hiitl lint, but he has told you thut be holds I Iwo und one-half quick Hicks.' The mujorlly of hands will produce al least two odd played in cither direction unless the hatxU dellnllcly cMabli.sU llic-nisclves. Furthermore us, under Ihls system ol bidding, two bids are not made unless Iticy are power house hands, you must give partner a chance lo rcbld. When holding uuo and one-half tricks and a biddable suil you may be able lo use Ihc One Over One Bits of News Mostly Personal =VVEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON' " Jesus In Gethscnianc which l he i-*i>hliied In our next article. Hut at nil limes, when hold- Ing ut least two queens or a king and a Jack, or nn ace, give partner u chance to rebid by bidding one no trump, which Is u denial resixinse lo all original suit bids of one. It Immediately warns partner that ,Cro]n your hand you cannot sec liny possibility of game. Occasionally it may hold one und one-half quick Iricks, bill U docs not con- lain one and one-half quick tricks and a biddable suit or Iwu quick tricks. The i»int that the wrilcr wishes lo bring out In today's article 1s that original suit bids of one arc kept open by partner wllh a one no trump bid even though the hand does not contain one and one-hull tricks, but does contain the equivalent of two queens. tCopyrlght, 1031, NEA Service, Inc.) Mrs, U. W. Mullins Jr., and daughter arc visiting In Macon, Miss., as guests of Mrs. U. W. Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atlelson have gone lo St. Louis for Ihe marriage of Iheir niece, Miss Louise Cohen, to Mr. Wilton H. Waldnmn, which Is to be solemnized Sunday evening, 3 o'clock, at Ihc Hold Chase. Mr. ami Mrs. James Winn and Iwo sons of Liltlc Hock, are giiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Wliiti and family lonight. Mr. Winn Is at llic head of the Velerans Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A, White uid two sons will spend tomorrow n 1'aragould wllh Mrs. While's rel- illvre. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hill and ilaughler, ArlLss, of St. Louis, arc sucsts of lliu llev. and Mrs. H. J. ilcindlenst for the week-end. They will accompany ihc llev. and Mrs. Itlclndlcnsl and daughter, Fern Lois, to Memphis tomorrow where Ihc local paslor will occupy Ihe pulpit at Ihe Trinity Lutheran church. Dr. Edna NMes left this afternoon for Philadelphia and New- York city where she will; lake up 5|>eclal clinical study for a mouth. Mr. and Mrs. George- Cross have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sanders, formerly of here and now of nussellville, Ark. The Hcv. and Mrs. R. A. Work, Mrs. William Travis, Mr. and Mrs. N t W. Trantbam left today for Ho.xlc, when: they will attend the council meeting of the Assembly of God church. Everett B. Gee Is attending to .sinc-ss in Memphis today. J. F. Lend and Whit Goodman e visiting in Memphis today. Miss Tabilha Sudbury has re- irned from Tiptonvillc; Tcnn., FIRST MKTIiODIST CIIUKCII Main and Seventh Streets f. Q. Korie, Tailor Worship and sermon 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. "Hitch Hikers," one of Ihc causes of Ihc present depression, subject ol Morning bcrmon. Tills service Is broadcasl over KLCN. "Great Promises of the Bible," subject of Hie evening service. Sunday school D:45 a. in. Junior, Hy and Senior leagues, 7:15 p. m. IJoard of Stewards Monday, 1:30 p. m. Prayer inceling Wednesday 7:30 p. in. Choir rehearsal Wednesday, 8:15 p, m. I'll.GKIM UJTIIKKAN ClIUHCII of the Miss Holland's mother who en the honor students In Miss Scl- the tallies and in the refreshments of ice cream and individual cakes. Miss Rum Blythe won the high score prize, cards. Included in the 12 gucsls, who showered Ihe bride wilh an interesting assortment of gifts, was Miss Martha Reynolds, of Hayli, Mo. Victors Will lie Gucsls Of flirislbn Church Sunday. Tlie following pro^raai, arranged for the Sunday school period at the First Christian church tomorrow, will be given in honor of 50 visitors from Memphis ami Sikcslon, Mo.: Call lo worship; hymn; prayer. Ihe Rev. B. K. Lat- imcr; aekome address, pastor; coug, male quartet of the Memphis nc-llevue Paptist church; t.ilk, "Current Topics", A. K. Knipmeyer, of Memphis; solo, Roscoe Morris; devotional, Miss Irene Edge ol Memphis; son;, q-jarlcl; Bible Lesson. Mrs. A- B. Knipnieyer of Memphis; seneral assembly. The public Is Invited to this service which Is to begin at 9:30 o'cbck. Mrs. KnlpmeyerV-who Is nalionally known as a Bible teacher, will present the usual Sunday morning lesson. These out of town visitors will be guests for a luncheon at the Woman's club, to be followed with an informal reception in the afternoon. • « ~ * V. I). C. Dccoralcs Graves. Forty" ( graves of veterans of the war between the states were decorated today by members of the Eiliolt Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of-the Confederacy for Decoration"Day. rhno Pupils To Itroadrasl Sunday. Nine advanced piano pupils of Miss Margaret Merrill, will broadcast a special program over radio elation KLCN Sunday afternoon Iron] 3:30 until 4:15 o'clock. The students parlicipalln; in the broadcast arc Misses Virginia Martin, Margaret Sliavcr. Sarah Jo Little, Louise Dobyns, Virginia Terry, Frances Little, Lorna Wilson. Virginia Tompklns and Maur- inc Branson. • • • Bride-Elect Honored. Mrs. J. O. Sudbury' and Mrs. A. . C. Haley were hostesses to 20 guests yesterday afternoon when they gave ' a shower for Miss Hilda Holland, brlde-elecl, at the Haley home. Tlic .' guest list was limited'to old friends wcre In her circle of the Woman's Missionary sociely of the First Methodist church. The honored gucsl rolled a ball of yum until she found her gifts, attractively arranged hi a miniature wrigon. A Irult ice was served. • » » Honor Students Ciucsfs at Trx. The 30 students In the senior high school who have been on the honur roll this year were guests at a tea given Friday afternoon at tlic high school by the National Honor society chapter. Miss Thelma Worlliington. president, Miss Kalharyne Dcnton, secretary, and Miss Sunshine Adams, president of the Girls club, recuiv- nni Lenlz's room at five o'clock. Dainty refreshments were served Informally, School Consolidation Hearing Holds Interest BENTONVILLE, Ark., May 30. (UP)—A hearing involving consolidation of school districts which has excited attention because of the eltccl ol its outcome on schools in Arkansas will be resumed in circuit court here Monday. The case Involves consolidnlion ol II Dcnton county school districts. The hearing promises lo be prolonged indefinitely and Ihe niimbci of witnesses may exceed all records of the local court. Hawks' Three-Meal'.loin: of Europe 1400 miles in 7 hr. lit min. average, I8fi i". 1>. h. I * ,v» •/•• Itack in I'aris] '.!§}-- I 6 p. m. f£\ K ^ \ -. . .:T-^:.«rii *:v-i!v,>';-sv_«. ','";'*• II. J. Klfimlk-ml, I'astur 'I'hc usual Sunday sei vices will be held in the evening instead of the morning as is Ihe custom al the St. Stephen Episcopal church. Sunday school and Bible school, (J:3U p. m. Divine worship, 7:30 p. m. Sermon subject: "Tlie Doctrine ol the Holy Trinity." . All arc cordially invited. SKCONW BAll'iST CIIUKCIl J. L. Ne»soro, Vaster Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Our chinch is being financed through the Sunday school. All members should come or send (heir tithes and offerings to the Sunday school. Preaching 11 a. in. Subject, "The Signs of Ihe Times." If you wish to know the age In which we are living mid Ihe signs ol the coaling of Jesus be sure and hear this message. U. Y. P. U. 6:45 p. m. Miss Marie Harnish Is the new director and is leading all the unions in a great way. Our County B. Y. P. U. will meet wilh the Manila Union on Friday night, June 5th. Preaching, 7:45 p. m. Subject, "Opportunities." Our revival meeting will begin June 17th and our brother, E. Z. Newsom, will do the preaching. The International Uniform Sunday School U'.sbun for May 31. Jesus in dcthsvnmu'. l.uke 54. * « • HY WSI. t. dll.KOY, 1). I). Kililur of The Congregalioiialis! The contrast between the triumphal entry into Jerusalem anil the experience that so soon followed In Clcthsemanc we have already emphasized. AS the triumphal entry stands as a record apart Irom the rest of the story of Jesus, so in a sense, though from a so:i'.c«hat different standpoint, the record of the experience in Cicllucinane stands apart. Head In the light of (he events lhat followed Hie Crudlixion and the Resurrection, we feel (he deer. reality of ihc c.xiicrieiicc and Its unity hi the whole story of tlic mission and ministry of Jesus. But standing by itself it is in contrast csi Ihe with Ihc passages that unique power of JCSILS in insiglil and wonder-working. There are passages where we feel lhat Jesus possesses power lo discern cvcnls and hidden facl.s am circumstances concealed from other men; but here Jesus is found in Ihe reality of his liumanily lacing experiences Ihe dcpih and im-anin-; of which arc apparently in £u:n; measure withheld from him, even a_ (hey have been withheld from othei men who have gone Ihc way of siif fcring. The intensity of his spirit ual consecration is not allccted b; the darkness that surrounds him If there Is doubt in his sutil, it is not doubt of God's goodness or doubt of the necessity of yielding himself to the Father's will as Ihe supreme purpose and goal of his life. Knew lie Must Die The doubt is merely regarding whal is to be the way in which his mission will be tuiniled. And in the Intensity with which Jesus prays that the cup may pass from him, we reall/e lliu completeness with which he hns become one wllh us in sharing our human nature. sere she spent ten'days with latlves Miss Sara Drain, of Dyersburg, :nn., will urrlvo next week for visit with Miss Hutli Butt. Mrs. M. J. Wunderlich, Misses va and Rosa Lou Cook, of Luxa, shopped here loday. John Caudlll, who attended the nlverslly of Missouri at Columbia ir Ihc pasl year, has returned omc. Miss Izola Morgan of Dell, C. S. agactt,, Beatrice Hargctt, and L. . -Hayand Mac Hatley of Blythe- re attending the Jonesboro Bap- si college summer school. Makes Second Attempt to Navigate Rapids NIAGARA FALLS, Out., May 30 UP)—William "Kcd" Hill, Niagara ivennan, left the Maid of tlic Misl inding here nt 2:35 p. in. today oti Is second attempt to navigate the ower Niagara river rapids. Hill entered the barrel three niiu- tcs earlier and when he had set- led himself and had been scaled n n row boat belonging to the .laid of Ihc Mist begun towing him nto the river's strong mid-current. FIKST BAPTIST CHUItCH Alfred S. Harwell, i'aslor Graded Sunday school at 9: 45 a. m. U. w. Mullins, stipt. Sermon by the paslor al 11 a. and 8 p. m. Morning subject, "Prayer and Progress." Evening subject: "The Curse which Sin Brings Upon a Life." B. Y. p .u.'s meet at 0:15 p. m. Miss Luna Wilhelm, director. Sunday school council meeting Tuesday G:30 p. in. Prayer service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening 30. Mr's. Paul Tiploii, lender. •Roland Lawrence, evangelistic nger from Ltllle Hock, will be ilh us al both morning and cve- ng services. The famous male larlct from Ihc Bellevuc Baptist lurch, Memphis, will render sev- •al numbers at Ihe eleven o'clock our. They are J. R. Jackson, 1st 'nor, C. L. Clark, 2nd tenor, J. J. lint 1st bass, and W A. Lee 2nd iss. The public is invited to wor- lip with its and hear these splcn- Parly Frock Ik Not so many years aco visionaries dared to predict that by 1050 aviation might be developed to the point where a flyer could breakfast in London, have lunch In Berlin, and dine that night in Park. But Captain Frank Hawks, American "meteor man" who here is pictured In the cockpit of his plane during his present European trip, already has bested that prophecy by completing the triangle with a prc-break- fast flight from Paris to London. Tlic map above shows the progress of hlr. record-breaking round trip between Ihe European capitals. 9:30 breakfast, a 1:30 lunch, and at 6 o'clock he landed al I.c liour- get Field to find tha>> Mrs. Hawks had been so confident of his success that she had bought tickets to a theater. The very form of the prayer shows that deep down in his consciousness he realized there was no way but Ihe way of Hie cross. It was simply wllh human feeling that he shrank from that way. The lesson and example are very instructive to us. Few men are martyrs by disposition and temperament, and" tbe man who is a martyr in that way might well inquire whether il is the rigtit attitude toward life. To die too willingly for a cause may be, after all, only a high form of suicidal purpose. To live for a cause as long as one can live and work for it is surely more Important lhaii lo die for it, except in the hist analysis where a man may be called un lo make Ihe su- pieine sacrifice-. What appeals to us so strongly about Jesiis is the normality of his life, the suiiiitl feeling, the plain common sense, the absence ol anything that, usually mark: id singers. Daily vacation Bible school for U between Hie ages of 5 and 17 cars who wish to attend begins ionday at 8:30 a. in. 'J'esl: Luke 2J:M-3! And he came out, and went, as he was, wont, to the mount of Olive;; and his disciples tiKo followed him. Mid when he was al (he place, he said unto them, Pray that ye enter not, Into lemptatlon. And a.s he v.as wIllHtrawn from U'.c-m aboil', a .stone's cast. i:mi kneeled down, and prayed Saying, Father if thou be willing, ivmove this cun from :nc: nevertheless, not my will, but thine, J:e dune. And there appeared an angel unt'j him Irom heaven, strengthening him. And being in agony, lie prayed more tarncsily: and his :>wcat was LU it were great, drops of blood fallir.-j down to the ground.- And when he rose up from prayer, and v, as come to his disci;>:cs, he found them sleeping for sorrow. And sjiid unto ihein, Why deep ye? rise au:l pray, lest ye ciuer into temptation. And while he yet spake, brhcld a inulti'.udc, and he lhat was called Juttas, one of Ihe twelve, went before ihcai, and drew near unto J:i'ju to kiss him. But. Jesus said unto him, Judas, fcetrayest thou Ihe Son of man witli a kiss? Then took they him, ar.d led Him, ami brought him iniii ihc high priest's house. And Peter followed alar off. high sense of divine resignation ! alfiicl men than bodily pain or ih= when it comes to one. 11 marks a bi-.:datonings ol circumstance. It is the :,urrov; uf bcir.^ betrayed by . thiise whom one has chosen and t:i:stc;i. U i"> the disruption m" ih.il lygh attainment in life when a iivm can feel thai possibly Ihc will "'" God concerning lii::i is worked o!" ng ;::i s wore o-^i :-.:sc;. -, in sorrow and sulhriUb' ra:he:- human confidence which makes life than In ease and contentment, ur sweet and worthwhile and wiii;:!! stems to destroy ii:c very foi.ucla- even in ordinary accomplishment, Getlucmanc means much, , ortiui's when it occurs. 'Io discuvcr ought, tu mean much, in bringing us I that a friend and aFso near to Jesus. Souls tha: gu Ihe ' terday ln:s proven traiiorous lo 'all fanatic, the crank or the abiwm-il I wa >' of *°" m ' ailcl l )ain must sl ''' e!) 'i " ;C " llimMK * tllcu ctn ' Ul " iive c ;'man What wa^ rela kabl»Tou lilld UK ' s ' Jnsc 01 " co:lliollm S iel ' H 01 ' OI!ly '" t!le 'T-'" 1 °- """• . .,..,ti* ,mo II,MUII C\LIUL U aUUJl . .. . ...... rlrmrn it In n-n-l.-nn h 11, r» r I'l: V:.IV him i the completeness ol his devotion to truth, the thoroughnes with which he lived for if, and his eadincss to die for il when he be- lives the garden scc.i:e and feel' that tl-.e- Master in his anguish I I touches the:r lives with the sym-! LAKE STREET METHODIST CIIUKCII W- J. tcHuy, Pastor Sunday school. 9:-15 A. M. Morning worship, 10:50 A. M. Subject: "Christian Certainly". Hi and Epworth League (j'-IS '. M. Evening church service, 7:-l5 P. \f. Subject: "Was Christ Just a Man?" All are cordially invited. ASSEMKI.Y OF GOI) CIH'ltdl Srtillli Lilly Slrcrl It- A. Work, P.islor Sunday school, 3:15 A. M. Morninj; worship. 11 A. M. An 'vangclistic. meeting Is belli:; conducted by the Hcv. and Mrs. Mc- Phcrson, of California. The public is cordially invited. I'IKST CHRISTIAN CIIIHICII E. K. I.atimcr, Minister Church school. 9:30 A II. Special irogram for adults. Communion and sermon. II A. M Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M. Evening praise and sermon, 8 o'clock. H was this experience that to have in amc convinced tim 10 ilii- inr "it l' iltn l' ai profound undei'slaiuling.: "" ' ' ' ,""',' .inn. luimuiui in.ii. 10 cue lor it r r , , .,.- ,,,„..,.,,,.,. f .,,„ T ..., ; , i although he had alrtadv sciiicd lleunt in nlirv DIP \vili nf nrvT A "e "^ru cji uie .tincr 01 itil ijii.b- , ...-.,, to obey the will of God. Ue IQ .^ j,^,.^ e ,, c;i ,,, s l!lU what was working m tne min:l ol J.nn S s Us Nearer to Him ..,„-, in [hat ,, e siu!cred ^,,3' Judas. The botwy.il_ willi a l.:^. It is not natural for man to i£ek iiitlering or lo welcome il gladly; •lit it is quite another thing to meet 't bravely, with courage and with a .... tempted he is able to succor them that are IcrnpUia." Thcre is u dec[>:':- sorrov,- that can man spirit. ! like CJLthscmriiiu it-soli, lias syml)ol fo , t; . c wor|(J 0 , IR ,, I jicrlldy of the sin against the hu- of this meeting. The president, Mr. 5 B. Harrison, will preside. Christian Endeavor, 7 1'. M. Mid-Week I'raycr service, \Vcd- iCMiay, 7:-15 P. M. The church will luue a, picnic Catholic Clubs Closed Withdraw Support from by Roman Authorities i ^derated Church Council KCMB, May 30 (UP) — I'olite ! „ .May 30. lUP) — U. [his picnic. Cars will leave church at 9:30 A- M.. for rounds. the UK 1 Holy See ;'.^a the'tility ;:HY:nri Ihc po;:t 1 CiUlwllc. orjam/atlons fa.n-ist hcs- ar.d lu-.Kliny "Too Beautiful Lo Be Bad" their parlioip.ilion iuud in n:c cmmcil. The action lullowid voiced dis.iii- ]}ru\ii! <j( tiic cuuntil's attitude 13- waid birth coniro!. SI'IENCK CIH'KCIi "Ancient and Modern Necromancy. Alia.s \rrMnerisiu and Hypnotism, Denounced-' is lhr> .subjivl of the Lesson-Sermon lo bo «.'.id Uio Chrislian Science service Sunday at 11 o'clock at the Hotel Noble. The Golden Text is: "Sln^ unto Ihc Lord, praise yc the Lord: lor ho hath delivered the soul of tlir l>oor from the hai'd of evildoers" (Jeremiah 20:13). The Lesson-Sermon will also include passages from the Chrislian Science tcxlbook, "Science and Henllh \\H\1 Key lo Ihe Scriplurcs". by Mary Baker Kddy, one. or which reads: "As named in Chrislian Science, animal magnetism or hypnotism Is Ihe specific Icrm fur Summer weather brings out the'error, or mortal mind. H is the prints. Evening t'QMiib of L.MIIfalse belief that mind Is In mai- color in sheer chiffons seem .sn.-.ui Jter. and is both evil and good: perfectly lo the soft moonluii: a::d jlhat evil Is as real as gond and sweet music of Ihc dance. One olhnorc powerful. This belief has the prettiest of dance drcwo. i ):c . i n ot one quality of Truth' 1 ipa^e tured here, has a mint grtcr. burk-J103). ground wilh soft brov.n n,. lUTji | shading from a medium the soltcsl tint of beige. H i ;! ,, tiny slraps over Ihe sho'.iMc-r< :i;-.d nc back lo spsak of. A mi.70 r/.v. .7 of Ihe chiffon is p'.accd high .v. c:-.r side of Uio buck and Ihe ss:r: is liered and reaches lo the iiac-r 10 I nKST rKKSBVTKKlAN ClUJUCH .Marsh M. Tallaway, Minister Sntbath school. D:45 A. M. Morning worship. 11 A. M. Sfrmon: "The Image of God." Evening; worship, 8 1>. M. The men of Ihc church will have charge Mexican Soldiers in Dance Hall Skirmish MKXiCO CITY, May M. IL'I') — j A 'Irliicj dispalcn to ii;c iiewvi.iiiu- I La I'rcii^a today said lo ju. ,-jus had bivu killed and live nuum:'.-.! in a .-kiiir.L-:h Sjctv.ecn two yruup:. of bi.,ii trcoiii in the slate ol Mexico. j Tin- dispa'.rh said the li:;ii:ir.i; oc- I ciiircil durn:;» a p-.lblic diinee ui j the \idiuly ol Tl.ul.iy.i. Owen Tate of Hughes : Killed in Mississippi MEMPHIS. May 30 iUl»)—ov.:.i "I.it,-. ^:i. Hughes, All:., w.is kiii.;l ih-.uly ri-lDrc ii'xjn loaiu 1 al a ci.risuin-lx-li I'liinp near Uuinriij L'uinc:. Ml.:. 1 ;.. Miun lie (.ii:ij in i.intuc: wil!i a hiKli iur;ion vv:r:. S J0T& s i.i(jtii> on •i'Aisi.in's Krliivrs a He.H'.u-ln 1 or Ni-tira'j' ; a in :1Q minuti:.. rhuks a Coin tin: Ins! day. and checks Mal.ui.i in -.lircn d.ijs. (iu'li Halve for l!:ihv's CM Scber-faccd and somberly-clad, Mr?. Charlotte Nash one-time American beauty contest vvir.ner, lure i listened intently to testimony given at her trial at Nice, Franco, for the murder of her husband. Her chic-f counsel. XI. G.isin. i;-!;. v.ou:-,d up his eloquent address by declaring. "She is too bcauiiiiu 10 b: b,vl!" The Jury, seven of whom were tachelors, evidently thought so loo, lor they took only nine minutes to find livr Innocent of any crime. Wal|)olo Electric Shop Fans Cleaned und Impaired Phone 3M

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