The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 9, 1932
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ipr / •gS: :'''•!.• • .•• - TWD BLYTHEVILLE, (AKK.y COURIER NEWS Calendar , Throfe; Un. Stephen" Brooks Is enter- tiUilSe the Hitlnw Bridie club. Thit ; Thursday Luncheon club members ar e guests of Mrs. Ross Hughes. .::... Mrs. Harry Haints Is hostess to the Mid-week Bridfc club. The Elliott Fletcher chapter of the D. D. C.'li meeting with Mrs. W. M..T»ylor rith Mrs. A. M. Bult, Mrs. 8.; P. Mtrtlri and Mrs. Joe Stiller «s assistant hostesses. , The Rho :Alprm chapter of (lie Epsikn Sigma Alpha sorority Is : holding a regular meeting, 7:30, in the club room of the Hotel Noble. Friday The Red Peppers club ot Elythe- ville hlfh school is presenting, "Oh Baby,"'in the high school auditorium 7:30 thU ercniag for the benefit ol high school student tuition. tlio Pre-school P. T. A. Is meeting with Mrs. R. L. Dedman at 2:».;=>: •; The Etude Music-club is ttie (jurat of Mrs. ivenon Morris with Amy . Ruth Morris as hostess. Mn. Wkltt Hat . Newi.TwMajr CU). r^trs. 'Jesse Whltt entertained the members of the New Tuesday Bridge club yesterday afternoon. A deck oil cards was given Mrs. Robert Grimes .as the high score prize. •'•Easter decorations were used with : flinrers, Jonquils and pussy-willows. ' : ..The hostess served Irutt jello topped with whipped cream, sandwiches -and coffee. '• -.-••• Bet» Chi ClUss Hu .Six O'Ctock Dinwr. /.The .Beta Chi Sunday school cias; of the First Presbyterian church had a 6 o'clock dinner Monday in the home of Mrs. Fred Sandefur with ^Csses Leoiie'Callicott, Ernestine , «nl-pana .Oarrftt a: s. 'ChicVeh salad, toasted" crackers, pickled peaches, sand- irtches, individual pies and coffee .was enjoyed by the 18 present. .'. A business meeting was held with the president. Miss Ernestine Holland, presiding, and among other . b&iness transactions new officers for the year were elected with Miss Mary Outlaw to serve as president. : Mrs. Lucy Me Adams is vice-presl- d<mt; Miss Kdna Oarrett, treasurer; Misi Ernestine Holland, secretary, and Mrs. Bajnuel F. Korrls at BY HELEN WF.LSIIIMER H F.I P uj lo fox) a ooss swno-ki e, Since mi)' nil! ita fnoiiih IMS Thai we should lluow away, Tfach u>, J«T G«l, lli3t Uijlil gi«n ilia Will ilwayi come will j Thtrr wi3 be sunltgiil en old M A Y « f« gtt (St ptlty h b>ls. Dtruru fpaf. bref Iw 1 1, d«[i los And rum ubet To hi*Jo A Utcihng oosi. Foi riope H bom when UK* l-loom K am -swwi \n ci/ly spring, Ai>d failli lK»l foujnl M nuplj 1 C Bits oj News Mostly Personal WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 9, 1032 Miss Edna Miiy Phillips hns re- jturned to Memphis wlurc sliajs u j student at Sciirbrough's Beauty | Academy. She visited relatives here 1 several w«-J<.s. Miss Anne Morris of Jefferson City, Mo., was n week-end guest to I'.cr brother, Harvey Morris qnd imlly. Mr. and Mrs. Morris ac- Kipanlcil her to Hoxie, Ark.; for shod visit before going hotnc. Mis. O. 0. Oliver of Joiner, Aik., s the yue.sL of Mr. and MVs. J. E. Vhltworth this week. U. L. Wilson was a business visor In Memphis today. Mrs. Eric Fletcher of Joiner visy t«l with Mrs. J. E. Wliilvvoilli arid, tunlly today. nr. imd Mrs. Punt L. Tlnlon and Jr. and Mrs. 11. A. Taylor drove o Memphis lor the day. today. Mrs. 1> ,B. Wood and'children of Wetnyiliis were week-end visitors to Mrs. Wood's imrcnts. Mr. and Mrs. . E. Whltwortli. LeDoy Holicrls of West Memphis Islled with friends in Blythevllle Chib. . Mrs. Crawford Greene was has- test to Mesdames W. J. Pollard. Flippln Whitner, Joe U. Halbach, ' Dixie Crawford. Rlley Jones, Farnsworth Black, John SnyJer, Everett : 0ee, ..Charles Wiley. Charles E. Crigger jr., and Pete Minyard wlien .she al»6 entertained the members of the Young Matrons' Bridge club . in. her home Tuesday afternoon. •After the five progressions, Mrs. Pollard received a smoking set as the guest high store prize, while the- club score prize went to Mrs. Joe G. Trieschman. Coffee, salted almonds, angel food cake iopped with whippoi cream, and fruit was served by the hostess. Delta TheU Has Meetln*. . The Delta Tbeta chapter ot the Kappa Alpha Phi held its regular business meeting Tuesday evening in the Kappa rooms. Among the : business transacted, Roy Harper of Sleele and Chtrks Cone of Caruthersville were initiated as new members, bringing the total membership to 17. Two pledges are to come in at an early date. * * • Mrs. Tyrone . Entertains N-. y. p. g. . Mrs. Urther Tyrone was hostess to the N. Y. P. s. o! the Nazarene church Tuesday evening in her home at First and Vine streets. There were 47 members and visitors present with the leader of tlie group, Mrs. J.-C. Criner. • The Easier.motif mis carried cut in. the decorations with baskets of e»«s and candied rabbits placed . about the rooms. Ganies. contests and music were enjoyed until 9:30, . »hen a mysterious'couple app»ared on the scene. Their' Idsntity could not be guessed until 'unmasking which proved to be Hattle Smiddx «»d Edward Jones. ' , ;.: -, .-• At a late hour, the hosteis-Served sandwiches, deviled eggs, candy anc cocca. Two members of the group . donated, a large cake with N Y P - 8. iced on the top. Tiny yellow.cMclcens were given « favors, in keeping with the East er idea. «»T-I Nothtafs Hare Meeting. .The Royal Neighbors met in th home of Mrs. J. B. Poster on Broad . way Tuesday evening at 7:30 will an unusually large attendance. A business period was conducted will :; the oracle, Mrs. C. G. Hlfes; pre ;. siding and several applications fo ' new members were voted on It wa i , . ate) announced that Mrs. Ma— E 1 Vjtoor*.-stale supervisor, of Little' •:. «««,• «IH be present at next- Tucs- :-; diy evening's meeting in the'home >y. of ,Mrs. J. B. Foster. ,S; . /;.. president, Mrs. E. K. Lallmcr. Plans v.'erc perfected for observiincc of Pre-Easler week of prayer, wllli McHahey took chcirgc of the business mectiriB in the nbsencc of l!^e Monday afternoon tlie 21st, at 2:30, a inceling to be held in the home of Mrs. Ijivorly in charge o( IhJ Motlwr Ross group. On Wednesday afternoon . the S3rd, the Shcllon group will conduct services In Uie church and the Bertha Fuller group will supervise a Sunrise prayer service on Easter Sunday at 6:30. Mrs. M. FKzslmmons was ]™hr of the program with Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. IT. 1,. Dedman participating. Mrs. Gordon Evrar'd conducted the devotional session. The Mother Ross group led In attendance with nine members present, and a new member. Mrs. Jack Robb. There > were also two guests, Mrs. Leonard Smith of Blythevllle and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joiner. Upon resignation of Mrs. W. S. Berry, as vicctprcsldcnl ot tlie society, the members olcctri Mr/ S. H. Eastburn. P. T. A. Menial Studli-s "Healthy Mental Hygiene Conditions" was [ho phase of the mental hygiene study course of the senior high school Parent-Teacher association disc».ssed in the renlor high school audilorium Tuesday evening. Miss Willis Liuvson. county suyir- Intendent 'ol'schools, ntirt Miss Selma Lentz, social science teacher In the high school, have charge of Hie courses anrl conducted Ihe round table discussions last evening. Mrs. Kirby Has Contract Bri*ce. Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained the Tuesday Contract Bridge club mid Mesdames Fred Childs. A. G. Llttla. Walker Baker, Aubrey Comrny and Mrs. Fletcher Mlnnis of Stuttgart, Ark., guest of her sister. Mrs. Leon Smllh, ns guests. In the five progressions, Mrs. C. R. Babcock won bottle of perfume ns club prize nd Mrs. Childs was given n piece f linen for the rjucsl prize. \'w St. Patrick motif was car- led out In the decorations and allies. Dainty refreshments were served y the hostess. Red Peppers lo Stage Big Slum Plans for "Oh Uaby" have licei completed and tlie lied Peppers will give their big show Friday. March llth. It- Is a one-act piny, directed Ihe club sponsor, Miss • Luna. B: Wilhelm. The characters an: Ma> Usrey, Mnreh Calluway. Margnrei Shaver, Sain Jo Little, and Alvln Huffman. The club has been working on the play for some lime und all tlie choruses nml parts have been worked ii]> perfectly. One chorus is madi up ot high school girls and tne other ot Junior high girls. Mar) Ellen Stevens planned the steps directed the choruses and designed the costumes. There will be a matinee Frldaj afternoon, The admission will b ten cents. Ttie main psrformanci will be Friday nl B hl and the arl mission will be twenty-live and nr teen tents. Beth performances wi bo In the high school nmlitoriun The money thai is obtained Iron the show will be used to pay HID tuition of some high school girl Specialty numbers will be given-by- Jane KochiiUky and Jim wrlght of Osccola. yesterday. Miss Mary Marie Manner of Cape Qirnrilcau, Mo., is vlsitin; with relatives and friends here .Ills week. Dan llessclburg of St. Louis is nc-rc- for several days on business Mrs. James II. Hell and Mrs Russell Phillips drove to Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Chesliicr and Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Dall=\v o Jonesboro were In Blythevllle yes tcrtlay alteniling the 'funeral ser vices oi J. Wotxlbimi. Mrs. U. S. Branson was re moved (o the Blythcville hospital today for treatment 'after 'b'eveml days Illiiess. ;' '; Hayti Society—Personal Mv. and Mrs. Alex Mitchl: ( r of Jeiscy City. N. J.. visited in the home of Mr. anil Mrs. M. L. Pikes Sunday. Mr. find Mrs. R. C. Hartin of Courage That Carried Anne i Lindbergh On Air Exploits Slands Her In Good Stead 'Continued from Page One) caught and toic off a valve on nn diici'Seiicy jsasolirie tank niid dumiicil 100 gallons'of yas Only the direction of (I:; wine! prevented the sparks from the exhaust of hi", n;o:or Igniting the pool of pas's boiK-ath the plane. Uotli of Aii- lie's hands flew lo her IBM but n'o sound escaped her! Carried Kadiu Burden I.rvst May Anne wgn her private pilot's license, going, up alone in I'.'TU lest, exwMitlns spirals lis- r-lehls. bankliiy this way and lial. in lurfect form, In ' July, nik became a licensed radio op- nitcr In preparallon for their Oriental trip. On this trip they Irattbd fog and vine!-, t-n route to Alaska, her ra- tjo kirpim; llitm pasted as to po- .Ition. rtacllo engineers claimed >t (h? timi' that Ann.9 did 7f> per cent of (lie work on' the'entire Oriental Ilisht, for (he Arctic chal- cnscs tlie best of all radio opera- ors and "all Lindy had to do was n fly tl:a ship." She toid him TOiither conditions, (he latest reports hnillng conditions ahead on the wny from Nome to Si- iwrla. rcccimi word anrl warned •liii: D! a tev.- :c storm area which Ihi 1 :- 1 Micr-ncdod in avoiding. She Could Smile III China. Anne faced death by ! drowning, along with Lindy, when their seaplane plunr..?d Into a wave and \vas damaged in ta,kin? off Iroai the Yanglse River. When the crew of a British aircraft ctirr rler fhtuii) Anne out of tiio water, drenched and shaking from shock, she iilucktly greeted them with a smile! These crises show of what brnv? stuff Anne Morro'.v Lindbergh is made. But now she faces a dan- Key ineumparably harder to bi-ar thnn Hie cl'.ance of death to I:er- selt fly (lay and by night she lives v.-ilh th? hnrror of unknown danger to her first-born—and she 15 pmvcrless! AK slic moves about the hour?, silcni. withdrawn, as she iinds h?r- self drnwu nMniiisl her will into (ho liltle white nursery with its cmply crib, she shows herself to liau 1 even greater dcptlis of moral Eiroiiclh on svliich lo ,Uraw. For, \Uio knows but over and over in 1 her mind may be nirinlng her own words: "Mule howl! Mul cup!" Jli;bl as vainly u;k the scent of some late jomiuil to recall l.osl April!" Aunc Lindbergh's Courage Has Been Tested tVilii a calm coui-jgc few mothers-to-be have ever shown, Anne .Morrow Lindbergh (u[>i;cr tcit) donned an electrically hcate<i flying suit, two months before Charles was born, and took ofT from IXDS Angeles «ith her famous husband 'on their record-breakinj trans-continental fiight. Two months earlier, she stctrcd into licr glider uippcr right) at San Diego, headed out over the ocean, stayed ;i!c!t six miiimos .ind won her glider pilot's license. In August, 1U30. when Liudy's belt caught and tore a vaive on an cmci-gc-ncy gasoline tank, as they landed in Indianap^lb nt the air races, and only the direction ol ihe v;incl prevented the sparks from iynitiug tno pool of u'»j beneath the plane, both of Anne's hands fle» to her face (as ilw,™ lower left) but no tound escaped her lips. Anne's sturdy iniiei>cndcnce ia revealed iloncr risiH) as she aligiited from their seaplane and came ashore unaided at Kasumijura bead), Japan, during the Lindbergh's air trip to the Orient last summer. Tampa', Fla., where Miss Sammy; Following the.'less<m a delicious I after a visit here with his bru- Tay:or is a ^ap;ist missionary, find saia'd-course was' served. |tlK-r, D. S. Lancy and Mr3.'L'an»y. work done at the Seamnns Insii-! •' ••• -' • '• '" . |He was accompanied to Memphis tutc in Jacksonville. Fla. ' n e v. C. E. Welch is in Memphis - b 5' Mr - n!ld ^r 1 ' 3 - D - s - Lancy. Mrs. Clyc'e.Oaglo was the teal- ; { ac i ay i o scc . : -'Rcv. .J. T. Wllcoxon i ~T~r .- -.- ' .' er. Mrs. W. M; stovarl was oil. ( ,f .M.i.rianna; former pastor of the the program for a talk and Mrs. I. Methodist Church here, who is ' Osceola rsonal S. Burton read a poem, "The Scum' seriously ill at the Baptist lio'spital. [ Fred Laney returned to his home j in Camden, Ark.. Monday night i o' thu Earth." Tile literary department of the Osceolii Womens Progressive club met Tuesday afternon at the horn? of Mrs. W. E. Hunt, ior continued study.-of the text, "The Enduring ; Quest,",; . -. ... . , Mrs; t}, B. •SegYavr-s led the los-- Mrs. Reynolds Among Leaders in B. P. W. Club Honiersvillc visile Iricnds here a | short whlta Monday while cnronle | tu St. Loiils> ' C. O. Rainp. jr.. attended to business in Horncrsvllle Saturday. Ilermnii Slrieff. Bill Hood and ""•yson Homer motored to Pitt^.- • , uvgh Pa Friday on a bushier i Union is otscrvinsr ih? annual svee^ . rin 'TIICV will remain tilers a ' of prayer for home missions with : ,„,,., nv tlnvs progrnms built around the iheme, : H°">os _ Week, beginning April S4. 'A A Hnnsn, cotton classer fov • "The Healing si ths LanJ," base-j j »'"e discussed. • iie ^r^tl-fiotltll Cotton Growcr.=' on the scripture verse. "Everything ••,,,, in .Koclation here, left for his limn? .Shnll Live Whiiher the River Com- ; John Alexander DVOWn t Memphis Thursday. The ol- j|eth," taken Iran th: -i7lh chapter ! - ce lins closed until September. ;.of Ezekiel. : Jo i,,i Alexanier Brown. v,-in C. R. LaFonle oil ended lo busi- ;j Members met lliis afternoon a: ' passed frcm our midst on .Monday • Chest Mrs. H. L, Reynolds, who came lo Biylhevllle eleven years ago from .\fissouri, is propriclor and manager of the Golf Hotel and n woman of fine business capabilities thoroughly familiar with ev.vy phase of the hotel business. The "Ulack Cai" Coffee shop Is operated in the same building, under.the same management. _J Mrs. neyiioto*S_ Is an active member of (lie local Business and Professional Women's club, and was president qf^ that organization in 1930. She was chosen to represent Arkansas on the Goodwill tour to Euro]ie in 1930, when tlie International Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs was formed. She visited Geneva, and ti.e League of Nations and World Conr; on this trip, and-this year she was ."•clcclnl to spoiuo'r.B study coursi. for women in Blythttvlllc on Jnlor- naiicnal Relations. Mrs. Reynolds has given much time lo this siutiy am this course has created statewide notice and has bee Who's Who Contest at Aflnorel Junior High Tlie following are the results of i.close and interesting Who's Who ontcst at the -Armorol Junior high school: Most popular girl, Clcc Alice McNeil: most popular boy. Holiie I "'• Ollde(i lo »" organteations of Smlthson; best looking girl Clee > rad " fcckl "E to. understand Inter Alice McNeil: best looking' bov ' 11B|1011111 Relailons. Mrs. Reyiioli; New.?!l Brigham; best girl athlete i W ' 1S rccr «'ler for the Foiirt:-.'Good :rcne Abbott: best boy athlete, Estes Ashley; best all round girl. Cbc Alice McNeil; best all round boy. Estes..Ashley: quietest girl. Sybil Hodge: quietest bov. Pruitt Harrison; .wittiest girl. Evelyn Smart: wi I ties I boy, Walter Barnc,«: beat dressed girl. Imogcr.c Crowd er; fcist'dressed boy. Earl Lowry; cutest 'girl. 'Clec Alice McNeil: cilcst boy, Newell Brigham; best sportsmanship, Irene Abbott and Ecstes Ashley; t«t students. Fannie BriS- endine and Estes Ashley. The following were "elected as representatives ot both boys and Neil: . best sportsmanship. Estes girls: 'most jwpular. Glee Alice McAshley: best student. Psnnic Lynn Brisendine. Will tour of Business and Profes ; ional Women in 1931. S. (• BUKU. Ttie Woman's Missionary society :£&<_Krst Christian c'nnrch drove ^ T JSf sda i' «» «» guests : qi I. Winnefrtd and her mo- 8. Berry, for lunch- thc society's regular pro- luncheon, Mrs. John Hospital Admitted: Mrs. U. S. Branson, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Sam Marler. city. and Mrs. J. R. Rodgcrs. Manila. Will Hold Services for Mrs. Bass at Monette Funeral services will bi held thi afternoon at the Methodist chnrc at Monette. Ark., for Mrs. H I UASE, former Blythcville 'restcier, v-'ho suceumbo.i in a Memphis 1'Os pita) yesterday. 1 Tlie Rev. E. K. Lallmer sud the Rev. w. J. LeRoy O f Hits city will officiate In the Monelle service The Cobb Undertaking company 7s In charge of funeral arrangmcnts Tile deceased Is surrlvved by her son. Carl Bass, a datislucr.' MrV Svoarcneen, and several sisters including Mrs. C. W. Rnmov of thi« fon u-ith ^5r3. J;Su \Vhito. Mrs. E.! A. Teaford, Mrs. VV. E. Hunt and I The Baptist Woman's Missionary > • XIr - s - F- A. How«..on thi- program. I At a short business session, plans | obscri-iiiiLC of national Better yield more quickly fn double direct arlion of Vicks VapoRub. © UKC tlie new Vicks Nose Drops with VapoKub in the Vicks I'lan. PERMANENT WAVE < Including Shampoo a n d * Set. Guaranteed - - - ELAINE BEAUTY SHOP Clcncoe Bid?. I'lionc 43 4 vhouric. . • .'Mexicans mid Jews of this country. Mr. and Mrs. James Randolph , , mrsda a f, er n C on's meeting will - fc he|( , „ BroDks Mrs. J. W. Randolph. Johnny lolph and Mary Randolph spent he weekend In Cape Girardean " l Mi's. S R r . C K.' l B™hcr is cnnflncd to ' lnst mcclln S cf "* ;er room this week beca«=i- ol ill- icss. Miss Lucille Randolph Is ill Ih'.s Mrs. II. O. Harmon mid damn- : This meeting promises to be ol par- whom are still living: six boys Bobby. Johnny. Willie. Bonnie. Mciidie and Edgar; and four girls. Minnie an3 Ruby* Brow Lula Friday afternoon ai the horn? of Mrs. W. M. Stewart, when the Bap- list missions In Cuba and the Panama Canal zon? will be studied. eis. Christine, and Cir;uln Mas hopisd in Memphis Saturday c.v- ticulnr interest. t'::c members negroes will be discussed, and the 1 NcedliEim and Mrs. Edgar Pciy. anil all of these children miA sranrt- cliildrcn lived near the homo pines except one. Bennic Brown, who has lives in Michigan of late yc.irs. Mr. Brown moved west as a young man, nn:l finally ,r:nchcd this crrn- becausc of acquaintance with l.yj nninity In-1001. nnd since that limcj Arkansas women. Miss Mildr?:! j has lived only a few miles north- j Matlhews and Miss Era Smith, who j west 'of Blythcville. He \\as w?!l j are missionaries to Cuba. Mat- I known in th? community. an;l l':v.-J I thews is formerly cf Jo::'_>tbora and ! and respected ty liii friends :m:l j , n I Mr»i-,.t, 7 nl onc tilnc " teacher in the Bly- j m-ighbars. His wife end February >l USCCOla inarcn I | hcvll]c schools. [23. 1027. and the loss cf this life : The week's obs^rv.^i:,; Monday afternoon with a nicetini; at the home of Mr.s. w. T. Toole with n study of missimnry v.-crk among the French in I,ouisi.n:!i. Mrs. H. H. Jones r.v;lv r, ;.ilk on tlie aims of the v-c-i'k 1 .-. cbsL-rvanc?. for BETTER "CONTROL OF COLDS' Sweet Cream Itallcr. liOc Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Ql. Delivered 1'honc 7'1 I!«lgari;in liuUcnnilk lf>c. Qf. Go to Church Sunday District Druggists Will OSCEOl.A. Ark.. Murrti 9-M.- Kay Van Vleet. well known Mcn.- lihls ilrusBist. will 1 be one ri I'.. principal speakers on. the pron..:: for Ihe annual incctins o! thr- 1): - Irict Pharmaceutical' assuci.r.i :i which will b? held here on thr- r.--. nhig of March 17: Other spiM'<,-. will be 1». R. Turner and M 1) igc'.t of MnrianiM and Ili"i; :i Parker of Jonesboro. More lhan..n hundred visit-:-.: rtnuxists from the coimlir.-, i •::•.. prising the Fifteenth Distin: ..:. espect«l ''to attend the mr,-:.:-. ; which will follow a dinner s- : v -.. in the. club rooms at tlie i->;:- ho;ise. Among the guest. 1 - v.::: '.: Frank Ward of Hope. Ark. ;•-.... dent of the state Hsstwia'.io:! ; v.-Ed Oslln ot Lttllc Rock, sc.-:.: .:>. O. E. Massenglll of Mn.----i..Drus ^toic. president nf the i:... trirl nssocintion. will bo r.r,-.- ,-. : hosls toscthov with prop::f:c.- : (he three other drug slo-.i. : which include C. A. Davis ; .-. Thome. C. E. Wclborn an.i ; > v Rothrock. nei companion was a great strain on liiiB i Mr. Brown. He still cirrirf ,-;; at the old hinisstsncl, bein?, th^ c::it:r! c: attraction for the children ami Cran;ichilci:rn. and bte ricaili. cv^n ' a!, the 1 ripe old cje of mc«' tlun • thre? ?ccrc y^ars and l:n. brings i.-sing the subject. "Why L'var.jcl- j scrrcw to tlics?. he bft behin-t. i?L>?': sirs. Clyde Cn-b i-.ilke<i on : tccamo a member'of the lia.Hist I the subject. "Love," ;;r.;t Mis. I. 3. . Birton. "Other .-\:-.o." I Members met at li-.c- !:o:r.e cl Mrs. C. E. Welch Tncrrlay .--ff.Ti-.ocn and , a'iscnsEcd miy-sionary v..?:!; iuno:!^ Ithlian immigrants. p.i:i:cularly i:i church when a young man. arul has ever lived up lo huh iti.-^k as p. Cliristian. Whib he had ^:ily two scns-in-law, th:y ver; b:;ii the same as foils', and iovcd Mr. Ur.iv.-n a-> a real father. —J. D. Necdham. Firr Damage Five HARRISBURO. Pa.. Million <Ul')--Firc caused 85.518,000 damage lo dwelling houses in Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh during 1931. the State Fire Marshal Bureau reported. StioKlcss Se.ison !!;«! on Jack* HOUQHTOM LAKE. Mich.. (UP) —The snowlcM winter Inmtins season here has been rough, on" j.ick rabbits. Hunters reiwit thrv liavc killed more "jacks' 1 thLi "season tlian nl any other lime in the iwst. Icn years. ,Thc wliilc rabbits, they explain, are c.isy lo we unless tte ground is covered with Head Courier News Try L)*j t. PhUijm's VejtllVt C:- Had Splitting Headache Agonizing piin . . . S[\iils i-.c.-'-... aud robs her of yo-jtii j:-..! V liking-Lulu C. PinUu-.', \ -, ' Open Soon LADIES' FOOTWEAR I'oiiuliir 1'rices - $1,95 $2.95 $3.95 iv.L\l Novelties O, C. GANSKE "The Shin; M;in" 2()S \\'CH( Main ili' Kortnn's Drug SPRING CO ATS and SUITS for T—1 toaster Ort's.s :in:i .sport rno;lels in llourlo, Smtu Ci'cpc, Ik'dford Cord, I'clibli: Cloth, Juno Civpc! nnil I'oio Cloth'. . . Suit' Trim, Galyak and ISItte Wolf. $10.95 to ' $29.50 Woiiilei fill Suit Vaitie.s in Iloiiclb, Crepes, Bedford Clotli ;tnd Novelty .$6.95 to $19.75 'WI-: OFPKK ONE-:'' SI'KCIAl. GROUP LAOiKS AND MISSKS SI'llING COATS. TO ?3U VALL'KS FOU ON'I.Y $5.08 and $16.00 OF 510. CLOSING OU'J 1 COATS BELOW COS! 1 HALL SISTERS SHOPPE . / t"

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