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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1932
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PACK TWO (ARK.J COURIER NEWS Society Calendat The women of the Church of Christ are meeting at the home of Ms. Joel McFarland for a study of "The Ten Plagues." Mr;. F.inisworth Black Is hostess to Use Wednesday Bridge club. The Wednesday Contract club Is meeting wldi Mrs. p. B. Joyner. The Delphian society Is meellng at the Hotel Noble nt 0 o'clock with Mrs. Gcoree W. DlllahmUy leader. T!:e women of the Church of Christ, ore meeting with Mrs. Jake Jones, with Mrs. Joel McF.irland as leader. '• ' '• '•'• The Jewish Ladies Aid society is meeting at the Temple Israel at 8 p.m. 'ill? Suribury P. T. A. is meeting at ihc school, Tliursd.'iy Mrs. A. G. Little Is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon cinb. Kriilaj- ' The American Legion Auxiliary Is entertaining; with n luncheon nt the Hotel Noble at 12 o'clock. Sudbury I'. T. A. lo Have Final .Meeting-. At the final meeting of t!>c Sudbury Parenl-'l'eacher association foi the year, which will be held Wednesday afternoon, a program is to be presented on summer recreation. The subject is "Planning the Summer With the Boys and Girls,' wit'r. Mrs. Fred Walil as leader. C. R. Babcock Is to review the situation ot whether the city ran nfforri a community playground. The message from the national and stale presidents will be read by Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. For music the school orchestra is to- render two selections. The program will begin at 3:15 p.m. • » • Takes Part in May Day Festival. Miss Elizabeth Haley, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Haley, was a court attendant In the. May Day', festival held at Blue Mountain! Miss., • college yesterday In which all students of the school parttql- pated. . t Miss Helen Rush, of Jack.iOn Kiss., was crowned queen in an Impressive ceremony In which Mlsi Haley, who Is a senior, was one of the nine molds orhonor. Hundreds of- visitors attended the celebration ' ., '• - = •'•"..*' • ' '"•• ••-.' EMCutire Board jjjjtects. ' -^ The executive board of the WornJ tin's Auxiliary irV'-'ih'c First' Presfiy-^ terian church completed plans for the birthday parly In a business cession at the church yesterday afternoon. • The party, given May Ifi is the 20th anniversary of the beginning of auxiliary work in the church. Tlw onerlnB received is tc be given for -the endowment funds for home training departments in two mountain schcols ot Kentucky Mrs. B. R. Allen, president, presided. • * . ll»vc Business Mcclin;. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was leader of the devotional for the busincf meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon. "Bsau- tlcs of the Eirth" was the th=mr taken up with an appropriate scrip. lure reading and she also read n poem by Edgar A. Guest. J. Abner Sage of Dallas, Texas who is conducting the music ul the First Methodist church for tlx Church Loyally campaign «as introduced by the Rev. P. Q. Ro'rle It was announced that for thr program meeting next week Ms. s . cames M. Jont.z, E. A. Goodrich o G. Hubbard, E. R. Ulckcnson ami Farnsworth Black are to b- hostesses. • • • Dell Baplisl Church Women Erterlainrd Here. Members of the Dell Baptist church woman's missionary sociel- *ere guests cf the sorielics o" Second Bnpllsl Ilia -rirst and church Monday afternoon for u meeting at (he First church. There were 41 present. "Walking' anrl TaJklnj With God" was the subject of the devotional, conducted by Mrs.- Wai Icr Bishop. Mrs. E. E. Alexander cITcrc.-i rraycr. Mrs. j. H. Louis cf Dell, gave a talk and the mission lessen was taught by Mrs W. M. Willijms. The hostesses, Mesdames • T. u llayncs, M. C. Outlaw, Theodore Lo7an. Parked . Alvln Wert and J. served an Ice course. ' , By HELEN WriSIIIMER I JIUSTfojgcl ti'ieilurncs) of )•«.:[ smifc, \ OLI ca jti slfji i!jx>.i j Jarkenb.^ slrccl; m isiy )xx« cyn :ouj!it mine .viois a loom, TlK llljlKm ol )UUt luigjj, lowlOMll xA iW«l. 1 rail iiol colcli r.iy Ucalli in sinllm IKUI Beautc a voicr MJ-S wxils you nst,| | 0 say, Ol s« a |.wny hf i J »1 woi«!n Iwx » Twoproplc'i b'rcoull p'ow nxi(li«lgn]» • I MUST iCTiKmbci Ofily you :ue gwc, ' Ae K^'.corx- in a tools lliil I Invt i w j, N«ar,)T)ncltv(irr.JI)-k«w; -i Aril lint I half inujj:ici| aB of lliis, . A! tdJAcn somctaimp'jy n foolish (.JUK, Tim nuyue 1 c.» nult m; itlf Ixt'tve 11.11, aflct all, pnliajw jou nn ti canv. '(<**& Will Visit Here hews; nrogrnm. Mrs. Tom ,'oiu's; membershl]), Mrs. II. leynolds, A committee of Misses Mayme Sdwards, Althea Ethvards and P. club, to have teen iield Thursday L. evening, has been postponed be- :nusc of the Church Loyalty campaign. Stewart-Campbell. A marriage, license was Issued Saturday to Miss Dcbtrrss Andlc Oamptcil nnd Jewel Clillord, both ol Armorel. Lo«cry-SI;tlliiij;b. The wedding of Miss Caiinc Sial- ng.5 and llennic Loivery. both ol I}.lj'tl:evllle, was solemnized hen> Saturday. Justice of llic I'Jacc Ed Walker performed the ceremony. Gunn-Haushn. A llceiiEc has been Issued for the marriage ot Miss Edith Hauglm and Gfirl-Ounn both of Manila. Margaret Cross was appointed tc, :o-0]-,erate with Ihe 8'rls In the ligli school, whom the club is lisisllng, lo mate plans for the 'Sweet Girl Graduate" parly. It . the ciisloni of the club to c»- crtnin llic graduating class cneh rear. As May Is Finance Month, a Finance Frosram" Is to be given ilonday evening with Miss Alihcu idwards, nnnncc clmlrman," In harge. A complete re|»rl ot the money pent In 1931.-31 was given by Mrs. i. P, Belt,/retiring treasurer. ... Reports &.-. the state . convcn- ,lcn !^s Piai^-Bluff were ..glyen by' ytis..' : jpnea. and" Miss Mattlic-.v^, ie!cg.-iics 'from this "club. They iirhidcd m-foiint.5 of Ihc "Arka.i- .is Dinner" given In which cvc/y- hlng served was grown In this tnte, including ihe beans sent by "ie Blythevi!!o Ctiinilng comiiuny. * • « akc Street W. M. S. Tlie Woman's Missionary Society ol the Lake Street. Methodist lunch met at Ihe churuh Monay afternoon. Mrs. O. J. Rcdgers ns leader of tlie devotional ami ^ie Hcv. W. J. LCRoy gave a ilk concsrning the Church Loy- lly campaign. In the business session It ecidcd la have a traveling ajaar In v.hlch all members will arliclpate. Tliere.wcrc 24 prcsciil iucludiuR iic«- member, Mi's. Curlis S|>ci:k. !PYC Family Xcitniim. Mr. and Airs. li. H. lleimctt nlcrlntncd members of Mrs. lien- iclt's family Sunday lor a rc- nlon. 'Ihe 22 guests from Mem- hls mclcrcil over for Ihe day und . delicious luncheon was .served t otse o'clock. 'Ihosc pit-sent were Mrs. Hcn- :ctl's parcnls nnd brothers and Istcrs, Mr. and Mrs. W. U. vlinke and son. C. Flclclier, Mr. i:d Mrs. J. A. ThurfUm ami liildieii. James and Virginia, H". ind Mr.s. \V. li. Klinkc. Jr., and -•••••»""-' »• ". \<uuu,. ^ruiurt ans. Fulton and W. IB. 111. and "'"'If. w - R. "yess and Miss Call _ ,,i I fr-lMP (7lr«-nII Bits o/ Neics Mostly Persona! Mrs. C. M. Oliver, who recently underwent a major operation al the Memphis Baptlbt hospital, return-, nl home Sunday. She Is much 1m-1 J. Albert Sage, of Dallas, Texas- is (he guest of tlie Rev. and Mrs! P. Q. Rorle while In the city for two weeks. Misses Jcl« Mae Frazier and Ncta lo Thompson spent the week-end i Union City, Trim., as the guesLs f Mrs. Ernest Posey. 1'aiil llonon, of (lelona, rclli-f an of tlie Western Union Tele- rnph company, I 5 i n the city fur TO weeks while W. L. Robertson, c-al manager, is on his vacation. Mrs. A. G. Little is spending lo- ay In Memphis. Little Ann Farrcll of MeinphU, :ent Sunday here with her 1110- hcr, Mis. J. E. FYinell at Hi? ionic cf Mr, and MRS. J. M :l kli is. Hill Alllick Is attending to busies in Kcnnclt. Mo., tojny. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White nnd N-Q sons spent Sunday In Parii- ould and Walnut Ridge. White tit Valuut. Ridjjc Mr. Whits attended 'ic American Leglnn Service school. Howard I'roc.-tor Is attending (o Hsliu'ss In Marie (or several davs. Mrs. Wendell Phillip s|>?n( yrs- •riay In. Memphis. W. 11.' siovall is attending to iisincss in Memphis today. Mrs. J. E. Farrcll auU, Mrs. .). :. Elkh;s spent Saturday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane al- cndcd Icderal court in Jonc-> h .u-o •esterday. Mr. ami Mrs. J. P. Ledbc'lcr mil family spent ycsicrriny In Jonestoro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fay Molt and F,. Fni-iTll motored here from \remplils Sunday to visit Mr:;. Farrcll ami Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Elkliis. Clark-Fouler. Announcement hus'bRii made of the wedding of Mi.s.5 Ella Mny Fowler and Charles Chirk, hath of Manila. The cerennn was performed by Rev. W. H, Horn. * * « Gunn-Smitli. Miss Lillian SiuUh and James M Oiini). both of .Manila, were married a week ayo will] Justice of ihc Peace Ed Walker performing Hi: ceremony. Osceoja Society— Personal Mrs. Godfrey White hostess Friday lo the two l.ible bridg elitb to which she bclonus, cnter- tnlnlns besides thci club mombcrs Mrs. C. B. Driver nml Mrs. Wclbj Vcung. Follou-lng n delightful afiernoon at cards 'high score prte wa awarded Mrs. J. W. Shcddan aiu a delicious salad course was served J. Driver, Jr.. enter- clul Mrs. W. tained the two table brlduc to \\hich she belongs, the gutrst! besides, club members Inrhxllnj Mf-'damra H. f,. Quiim. Gortlrci " B. and I', w. C. Plars New Vear's Work. Chairman of standin; committees Icr the new year and an outline of the activities lo be carried out were announced al the business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club last cveninj at the Coll HoM. Miss Cora Lee Colcman. recently elected president, presided. The committee chairman are- publicity, Mrs. Lewis Phillips: legislation, Miss Haltic Emlddy; finance, Miss A 1th e a Edwards; health, Mrs. feob Barnes; music. Miss Margaret Merrill; transporla. lion. Miss Clara Ruble; bulletin, Miss Marie' HamlsJi; magazine, Miss Cora Lee BaWrlCgc: research, Miss Grace .Lowery; flower fund, Miss Cora Lee Colemsn; emblem, Miss Margaret Cross; education, Mrs. W. :T. Obcrst; international re)»tions, Mr?.. Clarence Ho,lder; public relations, Miss Minnie Mat-' laughter. Virginia. Mrs. F. .'rus-E and ton. Felix TriiK 1 *, ^... i;d daughter. Mary Ann. and Itol) Clinkc. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert ttr.guolri inid sun. Robert, Jr.. .ml Hofcerl Hannti. who are con-; ins r.f Mrs. ji-nnctl, and Miss ;ddcn DcMarch and Toinmj 1 .-, Blmonton. also o[ Memphis and :MUy Shane of here. IV. JlV ^ Klccts Officers. Mrs. E. K, LnUmer re^l?ct- cd president of the Woman's Missionary -society of the' Kirs'. ChiU- llau 1 ciuftch in a meeting Monday alicrnoon a 1 , the hom: ot Mrs. E M. Terry, other officers r.a:r,e:: «rs; Mrs. John C. MclIaHoy jr.. vice president; Mrs. w. W. Shaver, recording and corresponding jccre- !ary; Mrs. M. FiUstmmom. ruian- clal secrelnry and treasurer; Mr.s. \V. T. Barnclt. World Call secretary; Mrs. 2. A. McQuistlsn. In the business, the Mother Rc.^ group won the attendance honors for the-month and the Bertha Fuller group, was in making call-;. This group also had a new member. • Mrs. A. M .Washbnrn, leader of the dcvctlonnl. read from Luk; 11. 3-< and for the. program Mrs. L L. Ward, leader, look no "Clirisi .ind tlie World's Spiritual Vearnii-.^." Mrs. McHancy also spoke o-i th ; > theme. The 2-1 present were served anzcl fcod cake lopped with strawberries and whlnptd cicam and coffee bv Ihe hostess, Mrs. McQuis'.icn and Mrs. Terry. KHI Care' Supper Dance I» Postpone*. The supper dar.ce oJ the Kill Care \\r j cniic Harwell. j r j A delicious plate lunch was srrv ed following Ihe game and higl score prize awarded Mrs. Q;iim Mrs. Godfrey White van !o-.v scor favor. Mr. and Mrs. Ilaiman Taylo- of lliylhevllle were week-end guest' cj Mr. pn'J Mrs. Godfrey Whltr Mrs. Taylor will remain' throui 'he week. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Bruce Ivy j.|x'ii 'aturday nftcrncon and cvenin in Memphis. Mrs. John While went in Littl Kock Saturday, acccm|i.Anyln^ Mand Mrs. A. Conuny of iilvthc vi!lc. She will spend the thcie with her daughter, Mrs. Gco Ariams. ar.rt Mr. Adams. .KIDNEY TROUBLE H you feel run down, or suf. fer from pains in the back or legs; if you havccirclesundcr your eye* or are troubled withrhf umaiism, lumbago or neuralgia, then your kidntyi may be at fault. Don't wait tor the trouble to become strious, but start now to take Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules. During 236 years this line, old preparation has helped millions. Sic ft ?5c. GOLD MEDAl HAARLEM OIL CAKUiES * Hayii Society—Personal s. ' Jlmtii'y . Walker's SunBay chool class of the -Methodist chuffo ave Mrs. Lee Phillips a surprise iilsfellniieaiis shower Friday eve- ling. A bulfct supper was served. Mrs. i'lnllips received many lovely gills. Misses Elmyra Calrtwcll of Bly- hcvllle and Noniia Holt of Brag- gndocia and Elgin Daniels of Bly- heville visited Miss Myrtle Cl)il- on Sunday nftcrnoan. Thai evc- _ they motored to Carutliers- •ille and attended the Liberty llua- er. Harold Sutlon Is now working In 31. Louis. ^f , ; Miss Georgia Eucll is ill t.iit vcck. W. A. McDonald attended lo bus- new in Memphis Monday. Mrs. II. G. Hearn spent 111? week- •nd in Osceola, Aik., visitinj Mr^ rrnddie Cox. 5. S. 1>. Gates nnd daii.>i-.ijr Eileen 5l)o|>|K(l in Blychcvillc Snt- irday alternoon. Miss Wanda L'.'wis of Senatli vis- led Miss Claudle Marshal] a siiori while Sunday afternoon while rn- -outc home from CanHlicrsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LevU and daughter Ruby and Mrs. Olllc ilan- Bnim and daughter Hazel visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Elli.-; of Hcl- loixl Sunday afternoon. Mrsri.iiiir.s D. O. Slater. C. S. Baldwin and M. T. Baldwin and daughters Rose and Hazel slio;>;«d h) Ketn'.elt Saturday. William. Khourie. who is emphy- ed at the Sam Hamra .s'.ore at Slecle. siwnt the week-end iure sllinc liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Oatcs and daiiRlitcr Eiiccn shopped iu IHy- icvillc Saturday evening. Mr. aid Mrs." Bailey c,ini:>l?ci: and children mnlcrcd to K;pelc _ and spent the day visiting igh tl:c ''tier's p.ircn(s. Mr. "ar.:l Mrs. E. S. Hrilt^Ji. Sletllng Dinican who «tt;:id. ih" Southeast Missouri Teachers rn'lrjc at Ca|>e Gu.mlcaii spent thr wi.'-it- end here viMling his parents. Jirlge mid Mr.s. j. K. Duncan. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Rcxly Jabom uici children, and Mrs. Philip H.-!:u7,-; and riaugh'.ers Helen and P.iuUnr. ind Philip Oriand Hamra. all ol Mrs. Charles II. Miller of Little Rock, state president of the American Lesion Auxiliary, is to be a guest at the conference of the Fifth district here Friday. A prominent club woman, Mis. Miller has also served as president of the Little Rock unit and as district president In the Lesion Auxiliary. She is a past slate president of the Daughters of 1812, is now u vice regent of a D. A. R. chapler in'Little • ' "Rock, and Is outstanding in U. D. C. work. Caruthersville v.lsltcd Mr. and. Mrs. Wolf Khour.ic Sunday. The Hoytl ball team played Holland Sunday and won 3-2. Johnnie and Jim Ilanc'dlpti sponl Ihe week-end in Memphis on business. Mt.5 Edna Khonrlc of Canithers- vil.'c spent the week end here. Huffman News Mesdames Emmu Pecry and Fannie Mcore and Miss Maxine Copeland were business visitors in Blylhevllle..Friday. .... ( Mr. and-Mrs. W. W. Pepper of Little Rock but formerly of here, irri-.ed Saturday for a visit with .heir ran, S. A. Pepper and wife. Union Holmes of Osceola spciu the v.-cek-cntl hero with relatives. Mr. ,-ind Mrs. T. 'W. HttsleU en- ilaiuiHl u crowtl of the younger ret with miiplc and dancing Saturday evening. Mr. ai:d M^rs. Turner Kissell ind Miss Lois Miche ol Blytheville called on Hie former's par- .-nts, Mr. and Mrs. p. K. Klssell Sunday. A. S. Miller and daughter, Mrs. Bessie Forrester of Cooler. Mo., called cti relatives here Sunday tcrnoDn. Mr. and Mvs. Iiu!o:i Holmes, Misses Pearl Pecry, Maxine Copc- and and Agnes McKay and Mr. iliiscr I'cery motored io Blytheville Smiduy nfternoon. ifses Florrnrc Stokes ami Mar-.ha Adams were guests of Mrs. rlestcr Hughes Sunday. MiSses Marie and Willie B. Ray .vere guests of Miss Loiike Cliand- er Sunday. George I'eiry left Sunday after- .10011 for Jonesboro. Mrs. iMuiTin Hullman and chil- .hen Edna Ltc, Charles Murviu ind Chester were giicrts of "Annl 1 ' Mauric Bnmson Stinday. Mrs. Fannie Moore, v.ho has =ecn ill at her home hero, is .-apidly improving. Meal.nuts Johnnie Webb and Fannie Mcore nnd Mi^'i Mnxinc Cope la nd molnrvd tn Barlicld 5t:ncby aflcrncon, Hov. Kitenrc co»(jiic:«l r.t-nyrr mectini; services at lib'home here Sunday evening. Sweet Cream TJulter 30c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c ()t. Delivered I'honc 7-1 Kulgarian HnKcrmilk loe <)(. Go (o Church Sunday Round Lake News Mr. and Mrs. John Wagr.on, Mr. anil Mrs. Byre ft'agnon and small EO:I, anil Mr. anil Mrs. LUJH Vincent shopped In Hlythcvillc Saturday. -Mrs. Dan Biirclicll was called to the homo of lier daughtfr, Mrs. Jiinici 1 Barker, who was ill. Mrs. Norm Johnson of Blytho- villc visited her mother, Mrs. Kami It on Waguon of Round Lalce. Miss Dorris Dcason is sick. Mrs. MaUic Poison o[ Ro;md Late school ts planning a play to given in tM o or three \vecks. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1932 End Observance of Better Homes Week Saturday Dctter Homes Wee'lC 'which has beer); (he central thought of club women in Mississippi county for several months, came to a close Saturday when (he Blythcville Woman's club concluded 1 its program T.ith a demonstration of model homes. The new suburban home- of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clour was open the public ;is mi example of a model home featured will) modern electrical conveniences. " Tliu re- (Iccomted home of ^ir/'and Mrs. Loy Welch, also viewed by intcr- esled women, was typical of. what caii be done for . Improvement. Several of the citys'TnVptl beauti- inl gardens, displayed?'on! Wednesday when the tour ; »-as made, were again visited 'byYtnusc who wanted (o linger longer among the beautiful scenes. -Mrs. li. A. Bugg, Blyihcville chairman [or the project, «as assisted by Miib Cora Lee Coleman, cnunty ehainnan, and Mrs. John vi. Edrinuton of Osceola, nicsident ot the county federation, v.'htch spciiiorcd the county-wide movement. The county federation is offering a prisB for Hie best written urllclc of (lie touni ma:le Tuesday and Wednesday. All papers must be completed by May 15, according (o Mrs. Bugs- Girl Sconts Ciabroom Will Be Ready Thu Week The Girl Seoul room lu the cllyV liall will be ready for occupancy •' before the end of the week. .''• The room is being redecorated,''•• and attractive furnishings arc tof, 1 ' be iuslallcd. A number 6! local con-! i cerns and Individuals have conlrib- ' uted services and materials lo mak; possible an attractive club room at i small cost. Judge Kelley Twelve Years on Juvenile Bench Judge Camille Kelicy, ot the Memphis juvenile court who has frequently spoken to Mississippi county women, Sunday relebnuerl her . 12th anniversary :is judge of one o! in; 12 standard juvenile courts of the nation. Since her first case she lias handled 30,000 cases of delinquency and dependency. Women of this county who have heard Judge Kelicy speak of her as one of the most interesting visitors to appear on programs of county clubs. Local Store Aiding Boys. ••'<• to Dress Properly at.:-. j . Low Cost for Graduation' ." Graduation time is near for ,. many bo.vs in the various hl 3 li . schools in northeast Arkansas and ... southeast Missouri, and of course,/ v_r- wliilc most minds arc en fiiialj \XT exams there arc many thinking ,V about "that" suit they will wear . on graduation night. A weighty problem to many but one easily solved if given careful attention. . .. The Grand Leader Is offering :• about 60 haiiil-lnilorcd Suits for yeims men—the newer spring . v.eaves and pattemings. offered in ::. collegiate styles in colors of grey, •• tan and blue at exactly $11.00. Not ••>•• a very big price but a mighty fine value for every suit in this •••• group has been telling regularly ' up to $22,50. Due to the limited quantity an early selection Is. advise;!. othc> wise you might be disappoint;;! • in size or color. There is no exl 1 ;'. charge for alterations. —Adv. Old Salt's Squatter's Rights Upheld by Court BOSTON. (UP)— Tl-.e squaltcr's lighls of an old salt to live aboard his land-bound ship have been upheld by Superior Judge Franklin T. Hammond. A really company has sought a court order lo force Capiain De- ivalden Lebaron Brown, 63, lo vacate the lugger which, stranded On Dorchester's mud flats, has been his home for a quarter century. Lone Oak Items Tiie community club met at th? :iome of Mrs. Lizzie Lancaster with 14 members and seven visitors present.. A miili was quilted and Better Homes week was the topic of discussion. Usry Lancaster and George Turnadge furnished music for entertainment and refreshments were served. The Ladies Aid met at the church Monday aftrncon. Mrs. J. E. Lobey, Elmer. Loboy.. Bon Jameson, Bufonl Garroit nnd Walter Maxwell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uiivrence Poivell Sunday. The Rev. W. W. Walters filled his appointment Sunday for two church sen-ices and B. Y. P. 0. was held Sunday at 6:45 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend Sunday school at 10 a.m. Harvaid Gets Book Collection CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)— Harvard University has acquired tnc jurisprudence seclion of ihe Stol- beru-Wernigerodc Library, famous German collection dating back to the IClli Century. The approximately aO.COO law b:oks include Hcaiises on international, canon, and Roman law. f-Oery grave Jno. C. McHaney, Jr. "The Monument Man" Read Courier News Want Ads. MOONLIGHT DANCE EXCURSION ON HEAUT1FUL ISLAND MAID FRIDAY, MAY 6TH OSCEOLA, ARK. LEAVE RETURN 8:30 P. M. 11:30 P. M. Dance to the Music of EARL .MARCO'S HARMONY KINGS -Enjoy a deli|hlful 'ridb' f on' the palatial Island Matt. Glass enclosed dance salon, spacious decks. An evening oi genuine entertainment on this beautiful river steamer. Adults 75c Children 25c Dancbifr Fret Awhile in St.Louis stop at Hotel CLflRlDGe ON LOCUST AT 18th Popular- price Coffee Shop &• Dininq Room Cub Bi-eckfast 3 Luncheon 45* and the B«T 75* OINN€ IN ST.LOUIS When in Memphis stop at Hotel C/ar/'c/ge same management flRRY ol < /Ae CLflRIDG-€- MDSff ST.LOU/S W/7H WHAT YOU <AVE! jln keeping with ithe trend of ! the times and mdintdinin^our • i -- .We Announced .reduction in all depdrtmenh ! Garage I Service i 35O ROOMS , EACH WITH i PRIVATE 8ATH j & SHOWER j CIRCULATING | ICE WATER- from MELBOURNE M. MARTIN A Veteran of the Wor'Jd War United States Senator Candidate for My Platform— I Favoi" 1. The immediate cn;li payment of the soldier's bonus. 2. Actual relief for the Southern Kamier. 'A. Federal regulation of intei-stnlc bii.sso.s ;ill( i trucks. i 4. Federal relief for Levee and Drainage nislricts a. federal regulations of the Power Trust fi. Kederal, relief -for tlic uncniploycd, I will discuss my platform anil other issues vital to the inlcrcn of Arkansas' citizens in a-.series of advertisements in this and other ncwspapoix . llu i in 183 speeches hcfore the primary on August oth. Wateli the newspapers for speaking dates. MELBOURNE M. MARTIN A Native Son nf Arkansas SPEAKING OATHS' MANILA—WEDNESDAY. .IU1,Y 13 2''!n i» \i BLYTHKYILLK—WEDNESDAY. JlH.v V-» Vl> M LKACHV1LLE—THURSDAY, JULY It 10 \ '\\

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