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I 1 ! til PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK) COURIER NEWS *v* Social Calendar SATURDAY* EVENTS American Association'.of University Women "meeting 12':30 o'clock at'Hotel" Noblei • | j Local Dance Clubs Sponsor Charity Ball "Sweet charity^' formed the tune which set Blytheville feet to dancing last night at the city auditorium where local dance clubs joined in sponsoring ' their first charity ball. """ ' Indirectly others way be made to walk by the dancing which was done last night. Proceeds from the affair are to.be".turned over to the infantile paralysis fund, the annual drive for which closes today. Sponsoring "clubs were the Bachr elors' "*' club, Blytheville Cotillion Club; Club 28, Thursday Supper Club, €lut> 198, Night-club. " " and. Thursday " Dixie Lee Frank Bell," BD t' tl One "hundred and two couples danced to the music of Johnny Long and his 10-piece orchestra of Memphis'." TJiis group included thp following out" of 'town people: Miss Clementine Bowen, Miss Howard Boweii, Ayres, Charles Boles,'B. Mason, Clyde Slater, all of G/sceola; Miss Josephine Frazier 'of West "Memphis; Miss Dorothy Largent,' of'''Caruthersville; "Misses Jean-and Jane'Williams, of Driver; Bob'Hendricks, Mrsi Julia B. Owen, Robert Eberdt, all of Luxora; Newell Jerome of Wilson; LoRoy Wildy of Etowah."* '" •' •-"' : * . * v t • . • Entertain With Shower for'Bride Mrs. James, McGall and Mrs. Frank ,-Asher ^entertained with a miscellaneous, sliower" Wednesday night at the/Mcpall home in honor of Airs.. M.".F/; Brqwnlee Sr., who was before her' recent marriage, Miss Mafjoric Lee'Cqllins/ yalentine''"'rnp,tif' was carried out ill the party decorations nnd the dessert. course, of cherry tarts with coffee whicH was served. 'Twenty one guests were present to see the guest of "honor open her gifts which were 'arranged on the dining "table beneath a large' umbrella representing 1 the 'shovver idea. ' '"""""" Attend Biinco Party- Miss. Juanicc 'Walpole and Miss Jean'iBpurian'd atiendsd the weekly party 'of' the ' Y. M. B. club given Thursday at 'the 'home of. Mrs. Iftrgtt- Bpyd. : : " in the games prizes' went to Mrs. W.:T, Burns, for high; Mrs. Barry Fmkiea • for low; Mrs'.' John Buy'net t for b,uncQ; and Miss. •Walpole .lor games were also in the seasonal motif. Mrs. John P. Lenti was high scorer among the club members and Mrs. Jones, among the guests. Club iMects The weekly party of the Double Four Bridge club was given Thursday at the home of Mrs. T. J. Barnes, who also had as her fiue.sts Mrs. Bernard Jaggers, Mrs. Sallic Saliba. and Mrs. Ted King. A Valentine scheme was used in the tallies for the games and the combination salad and sandwich plate which was served, after Hie games. Oscepla Society—Personal Suppr.r Club Mrs. George Cone was hostess to the 12 members of the Monday Night Supper Club for bridge at her home. The members meet first nt Cramer Cafe for supper, going later to the home for bridge games. Among the club members, Mrs! Mrs ' Conc was high scorer among Theodore Logan was high and I, club . m ?mbers with Mrs. W. E. flmnno- thn frnn<:»« TV/TI-U i™,™,.,. Hunt winning" highest nmons- l.hfl »vHj, il : Ml; A" salaa ."plate Avith iced drinks .was served" by the hostess. Cha|te;. Has Supper Ninety members of the Baptist Chapel "on Lilly street had'.a Dutch supper Thursday ilisht at : the chape] for tiieir quarterly os'pial .meeting. " "Mr|. Nat BrUtain was in charge of 'i'tie social "hour." The group was dismissed with prayer by Russell Baugh, Generel Superintendent. » * +' ' ' Dell Club Has Party Members of. the Deli Bridge club had a party Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Earl Brownlee. Playing with the club members TYere Mrs'. -McDermplt and Mrs. James Tidwell. A salad plate vcas served after the games In which Miss Marr guerite Armstrong .received Uijh £cdfe" prize and ~Mrs. Noble cfll, travelkig prize. * * ^ Entertains Glub When Mis/ Charles Criygcr Jr. entertained members of the Tnurs- • i }-j|l \-}\\, naj- Afternoon club at her home among the guests, Mrs. Jaggers. T » * Has Club Party An acacia was u.sed in the center of Mrs. H. H. Hoiichins' luncheon table Thursday when ,she hud the Mid-Week Bridge club' party at her home. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby played cards with the club members. In the 'games which followed lunch, Mrs. Harry W. Hai'nes received the prize. * * -*• Are Guests of Club Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. Walker H. Baker were guests of Mrs. R. F. Kirshner Thursday afternoon when she was hostess to members of the Thursday Luncheon club. Bridge followed the luncheon which was served nt small tables. High prise went to Mrs. Russell Phillips and second high to Mrs. EvereLt Gee. ^ * i Uses- Valentine Motif A Valentine motif was. carried out in the tallies and dessert course for the Thursday Bridge club partj given by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe at her home Thursday afternoon. All club members were present for the gnmes. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck was high and Mrs. 'Ralph Bcrryman, second high scorer. * » * Plays With Club Mrs. \v. W. Shaver played with members of the Thursday Dessert club Thursday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. G. D. Hanimock. The hostess served a dessert course with coffee before the games in which 'Mrs. j. j. Bryant received high score prize. Mrs. Shaver was also presented a gift. ;Bits pf News Mostly Personals ill i. H - Thursday, she also had as her .gliests.Mrs. P. C. Rothrock, Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs. Arthur Vance. A salad plate was served after the games. Mrs. Eddie Rcgenold l*|! was highland Mrs. Criggcr. second high scorer. :H II Is Hostess lo Club Miss" Eliza"beth Ann Wilson was members of the Cce-Que Bridge club and four guests for a party at her home Thiirsday night.. 'Guests 'were "Mrs. Mcll"Brooks Jr., Miss Ruth ChHds. Mi;* Nancy Kirshner ^and Miss Mildred Loii Hubbard. Mrs. S. S. Steraberg, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Leo Klemperer. and Mr. Klemperer, of Chicago, left this morning for Miami Bench. Pla. They are motoring to Florida and while away, also plait to go to Havana, Cuba. Mrs. C. \V. Afllick went to Marianna Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller. She is expected to return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Huddleston, of Brinkley, will spend the week end here with Mrs. HudcUeston's aunt, Mrs. E. E. Stanley. Mr. Stanley, and Mrs. J. P. Sanders.. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Roland of Hannibal, Mo., left this morning after having been the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cross and family and Mrs. j. M. Vivian. Mrs. Roland i:,- the former Margaret. Matt, who at one nade her home in this city Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mrs Tom Phillips spent. Thursday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. Comvay who are vacationing at Souihmj'poini.s aro now Mopping al the Patrician' Hotel at, Miami Beach. Fla. Miss Bernita Grnrn i.s ill O f measles in the isolation ward of BlvUievillc hospital. The Rev. H. J. KleindienM. m^tor ot Pilgrim Lutheran rhurrh lias just, returned from \J\\\\r \vherr lie attended fur A W. Tenn. Pastors' anci Tr;--vi.>r< Conference of the Uuhcran cliVrch Mr. and Mrs. T. j. Hamcs'-nd daughters. U;ella ami Elc,i:.p will spend the week end in UM IP "Rock "- ' Hope. In the tntiei lime Hunt winning highest among the guests for the award, The club meets on the fourth Monday night of the month. '* * * Mrs. JeUie Drive}- llpstess. Mrs. R. S. Wilsori anci Mrs. B. L. Talliafcn-o wej-e the only guests playing with Uje Tuesday Brjdge club in the home of Mrs. .Jettie Driver on Elizabeth street Tues 1 day afternoon. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Talliar ferro were also the liighest scpi'- er.s among the players to receive prtyss. •i= » ? Visitor C'oniplimentcd. Mrs. Ware Watson of Jpnusboro, who way the houseguest "of" "lira as their guest this week, her brother, o. A. Mitchell of Fort Smith Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Col ton of Memphis were guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Talmadpje Tongate Sunday. D. S. Laney, accompanied by George Djckersqn and R. JL 1 . Turk of'his firm, are in Camden" for the annual stockholders meeting of Osceola Motor Company and the Laney farming; interests. Mrs. H. Mays of Cnruther.sviile, Mo., is here for an extended visit with the family of her daughter, Mrs. Reggie Young-. Mrs. Evelyn Bi.sno of Chicago is here for a visit with her 'daughter Mrs. Morris Silvern" eld, and Mr! Silvcrfield. From Osceola she will go to Memphis to visit a son, Ralph Bisno, before returning to Chicago. John Boyd Mitchell, who attends FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1941 Caruthersville Society—Personal Matroir:--announced • that Meadows, and; bridge by Mrs Paul- truest A. Long, District|Jne Goodwin. Qrantl Matron, would make I Refreshments of karo-pecan pie YVojJian'.s Club Entertained r official visit .to this chapter on February 25 and that the District facnool of Instruction would also ioe held on April- 10. I Followin jof group the jneeting a number nps were conducted by Mrs. Howard Cunningham and Mrs. Twenty-five members of ihej Car- i Lettle Neeley. Howard Cunningham uthersvillc Woman's Club met: hud charge of a song-fe'st which Tuesday afternoon.at the home of' was enjoyed by all members prcs- Mrs. U. E. Kent. Mesdames Von ' ent - Maycs, W. A. Prince and Lynn Smith were hostesses. Mrs. L. H. Schiilt had charge of the business session which preceded the pro- Refreshments of tea, coffee and | Association, there, cookies and mints.were served from j a-la-mcde and coflee were served. » * * Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Brower returned home Wednesday night from Springfield where they had been since Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. La timer left this week for Springfield. Mo.. tt'licre they will make their home. Mr. Latjmcr is connected with the Missouri Farm and Home Lo^n the att'/actively hud refreshment .-,..- il a . b ' e 'P the preparation room. Mrs. gram. Reports were heard from Plei ' c e and Mrs. W. L, Cantrell Mrs. S. Z. OrgeJ. Welfare Chair- Presided at the table. man, who said that a number of new articles had been donated by members to replenish the Loan Chest at the County Health Unit. She also stated that a small boy, Billy Pierce, had been sent ' to Shrinprs Hospital in St. Louis for an operation to further correct a deformity cf his foot. The club defrayed the expense of the boy at Louisiana State Uhlveri u " Welby Waten days last week, was honqrecj with .several paHies. Among iheni was the bridge party given by" Mrs. T. V. Conner at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Welby Young WKS ful high scorer and Mrs. Watson was given a pri?e from the hostess. Other parties given for Mrs. Watson included the one by Mrs. O. E. Massengill on Sat-urdaj ternocn; the one by Mrs. R. H, Kencirick on Friday afternoon and the evening of bridge ' by Mrs. Young on Wednesday night. Mrs. Watson was ajso a guest at the bridge party given in Luxora on Thursday night by Mrs. "'Mnxine McHuney. She went to Blytheville Friday to be guest of Mrs. w. L Homer. Mrs. Allan S eg raves Hostess. Members of the Friday Bridge Club to which her mother, Mrs. Joe Cromer. belongs, were guests of Mrs. Allan Segravcs for their meeting on Friday afternoon at her country home at Doublo Bridges. In addition to regular members, Mrs. Rheba Davidson of Uniontown. Ala., who is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Joe Cromer, and daughter, Mrs. • Charles Lowrance Jr.;. Mrs. T. F. Hudson of Luxora, Mrs. L. W. Walters, Mrs. Charles E. Sullenger and Mrs. E. S. Driver were guests. A crystal antique vase went to Mrs. W. W. PrewiUJor club prize, and a box of stationery to Mrs'. T. F. Hudson for guest prize. Mrs. Segraves was assisted in entertaining her guests by Mrs John Binford White. * * $ Mitchell-Jones Wedding. Announcement is made today of the marriage, of Mrs. Joe K. Mitchell of this city to Thomas Prather Jones also of Osceola. The ceremony was performed at. S o'clock Tuesday night by the Rev. Harold B. Tillman. pastor of the Baptist Church, at ihe parsonage. Mrs. Clyde Buchanan and Mrs. Betty Edrington accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are at the bride's home on St. John Avenue. Attend Convention. R. C. Bryan, president of Osco- cla Canning Company: Welbv Ycung. Osceola attorney "and manager of the plant: H. j. Hale, vice president, and D. S. Laney have returned from several riays at Chicago at the. annual convention of the American Canncrs Association at- Hotel Stevens. The convention i.s one of the Ir.rgest in the country, drawing •50.000 in attendance, macir up oi the \vholc.valo p-occrs. brokers, manufacturers of canning machinery and lithographers engaged ni making labels. The four men n!;o at;ended the parent Rotary club of RoJary In- ior.\Mtio»?U in sity, was at home "for" thfi weekend with his mother, Mrs. Joe K. "Mitchell, and 'brother,' William"ferry Mitchell. Oscepla senior. MV«- M. E. Whittington jias returned l.o her horne in pennispn. Tex., qfter a visit of six "weefe here with her daughter," Mrs. '" r f. V. Conner, and Mr. Conner.'" Mf. and Mrs. Hal M.cHanpy and Mrs. BeJv^ Martin of Ken.nett, Mo., spent Sunday' y/ith Mr. "auc| Mrs. Dwight H. Elackwpod"' Mrs. Hale Japkson is in Chicago, having accompanied her mother, Mrs. L. L. Vaijdervoort of that city, home from a month's visit here. ' * Mrs. p. H. Blackwood Jr., spent Monday night in Memphis with hei- mother, Mrs. Julia Craig, who is at the BeirAir Apartments for 'the Winter. ...... Frank O'Conner of Hplyokc, Mass., and Copper'Puckett of Nat'r chez, Miss,, and Holyoke,' Mass., were vveekend guests of jyrr,' and Mrs. J. b. Smith and MVs. Bro- clie Creed. The two men are .executives of the company with which Mr. Creed is connected in Holyoke. Mrs. Creed i.s the former Miss Mackie Smith and teaches at Sans Souci during the Winter months. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Horton and daughter, Miss Cora Hogan; are on a two weeks motor trip to Southern Louisiana, Mississippi'ami the Gulf Coast, They will visit his sister, Mrs. E. H. Rnby. in Berwick. La., a,pel other relatives "in New Orleans and Mobile. Mrs. Guy Cleaver of" Muskogee, Okla.. arrived Monday afternoon for an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. Lester M. Bickford. Mrs. Cleaver came to Memphis Sunday to join Mrs. Bickford and new baby son at the Methodist Hospital and accompany them .home' Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Lester ~M. •Bickford are parents of a son born 'Jan. 14, at the Methodist Hospital. The babj- has been named Joseph Guy Bickford in honor of his paternal and maternal grand-fathers. m the hospital for several weeks. Mrs. Homer Turner, chairman of the special committee -to purchase gifts for Pemiscpt County patients 'in Mount Vernorj, made a report. She also slated that she had received cards and letters from the recipients thanking "the club for their gift.s. " An announcement was inane regarding th e Rational Convention of Federated Clubs to be'held in Atlantic City in the npar future. Mrs. Morrel.1 DeReign, State Vaijdervoort of that I Treasurer, who recently instituted •"- - - "' •' a new elub at, Herculaneum, Mo., made an interesting report of her visit there. Mrs. R. M. Pierce, Chan-man of the .Education Department, hue! charge of the program. Mrs. Floyd Brower was elected to membership in the club. The hostesses served a dessert course with coffee during the'brief social hour. * * * O. K. S. "Loyally Xtght" Ceremony Observed "Loyalty Night," was . observed Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of Caruthersville Chapter Order of East em Star. Following thp. regular ritual work and business session Mrs. Walker Prince Wednesday Luncheon Club Mrs. J. Henry Workman of Steele was honess to the members of the Wednesday Luncheon Club this week at her home there. Guests of the club were Mesclames A B. Rhode* and L. A. Schuit'of Car- L'thorsville. Mrs. G. W. Lincoln won the ^w« ** \Y\JII vjiy high score prize and Mrs. Goldie Fisher won the bridge aware!.' Both prizes were boxes of .soap. Mvs. Rhodes WHS presented with the guest award, ah apron. The club will be entertained next by Mrs. Lincoln. •r V » Class Entertained The members of Mi.ss Mary Ellen Hqrnrr's Sunday school class of the Presbyterian Church .sponsored a moving picture show Wednesday night at the church' for the benefit of the church buildins fund. Moving pictures of Caruthersville residences, various shots of the local school students and church people, and other subjects which have been made of late by the class members were shown to the audience assembled. Musical entertainment was also furnished by Misses Nini Ridgley' Hanett Hawkins and Helen CokeV. During the evening Rev. Wayne W. Gray made a talk to the niem- ! bei-s of his church. Rev. Gray is I leaving soon to assume bis position i as caaplain of the 30th Division at t Fort Jackson, S. C. refreshments of iced drinks candy were sold by the mem-, of the class. University Degree Is Given Harmon Robinson i Harmon Robinson. .son of Mrs. i Edwin Robinson, received his B. S. degree at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, this week. Pie will come here tomorrow to spend the weekend with his mother before going to Pine Bluff where he is to be assistant in the Farm Security Administration office. Before going to the University, Mr. Robinson had previously attended Arkansas Tech at Russell- Commandery To Meet A special meeting of the Olivet Commandery, No. 20, will be conducted tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Hall. The purpose of the meeting Is to confer the Red Cross and Malta degrees. Townsend Members Meet Townsend Club, No. One. will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle, 609 South Lake Street. Officer^ said today they were requesting ail members to'attend. Read Courier News want At The Hospitals Will 1^ Hospila: IBcrnita Green, city, admitted. Carlos Deal, city/ admitted. Baby Larry McGec, No. 9 admitted. ( Freda Fincher, Manila, admitted, i Emerson Ethridge, Dell, admitted. BIylheviilc Hospital j Born to Mr. and Airs Olin ! Ree.se, Center Point, a daughter | at 11 p.m. Thursday, weighing six pounds, 13 ounces. Ploycl missed. iUempliis Margi Rainwater. Keiser. dis- " Osp!lal Kcfser ' aci ' Stanley Hill. Joiner, admitted. Mrs. J. P. Little. Steele, admitted. [ If Child's Young Relieve Misery of Colds Improved Vicks Way If your child is miserable with muscular soreness or tightness, spells'of coughing or irritation from a cold— you'll welcome the relief a "VapoRub Massage" brings. With this more thorough treatment, the poultice-anH-vappr action of Vicks VapoRub moire effectively PENETRATES irritated air passages with soothing medicinal vapors... STIMULATES chest and back like a warming poultice or plaster... STARTS RELIEVING misery right away! Results delight even old friends of VapoRub. TO GET a "VapoRub Massage" with all its benefits — massage VapoRub for 3 minutes on IMPORTANT RIB-AREA OF BACK as well as throat and chest — spread a" thick "layer "on chest, cover with a warmed cloth. BE SURE to use genuine, time-tested \ VICKS VAPORUB. _ _ ^ m,^ Wednesday Night Club directed a ceremony on loyalty!! AIr s. Lloyd' Rogers was hostess ' 5 J 110 members of the Wednesday Q , r . . - •-- v- — , ™ e ™ .Bridge Club and guest, Miss rc l Cum }"igliani, Worthy Patron! c .vpi<hia Robinson this week. I High .score prize was won by ) Mrs. Rogers, second by Mrs. Doris % _, — v » ui.nvii^y \Ji i J-*Jj trli t-V . She was assisted by Mrs. R M Pierce, worthy Matron and How ' ard Cunningham, Worthy Patron and by ihe five star points, all of whom had speaking parts. During the business session the SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room ' HOTEL NOBLE fiEEDEI— At A!! Times teanty Operators! STAI^T YOUR TRAINING NOW AT OUR BARGAIN RATE DURING FEBRUARY- CASH Usual S65 Rale If Paid in Installments! ONLY G MONTHS TO FINISH COURSE •KKQUIRKAIENTS: Minimum IS Years of Age Plus 2 Years School or Completion of Nelson Test. $50 Vialnut and Second of Beauty Culture Phone FRIDAY BAH GAIN DAT Matinee lUc & 20c Night 10c & 30c Edward Small presents Issue Seven Marriage Licenses During Week Seven marriage licenses have been issued from the BiytheviUe office of the county court clerk during the past week. Names of the couples and the officers or ministers pp-forming the ceremonies. if listed, are as follows: Lee DiHard Plemmin? and Miss Romayne Lacy, both of Stkeston. Mo., by Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; Charles Mo.sely and Miss Egelyn Pugh. both of Hermandalc. ^Mo., by Magistrate Cassiriy: Clifford Parks and Miss Arline Rogers, both of Caruthersville. Mo., by Magistrate Cassidy. L. S. Reynerson, of ..lone.sbovo. j Also""""J»tran"ge' rTlian Fiction ami starring LOWS HAYWARD JOAN BENNETT . and Miss Muriel Desken. of Blyth ville. by the Rev. E. K. So' well; and r;Tiss both of novelty short "Tlic JU"M." John Franklin Flags Velma May Eubanks. Manila: Alvin Stacy and Miss Mary Ragsdalc. . both of Caraway, bv Magistrate Cassidy: Mancl Ingrain and Miss Louise Meador. both of Dell, by A. E. Tale. SATURDAY •Joe Brown Gwinn. who bcrn connected \viMv • IcU'.lio Gro- Read Courier News want ads MBmB)MMBBSDEB9HHMMM!^^ HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Repairing. \Vrldinir Across from Red Top Gin " t '™^;rvMrt;^ Miss Maurine Branson was hish ] Tnf ! mcuni °»'u ui lu-r 1 and the hostess, second, high scorer ? Monnay. i.s no\v mv.ci. among the club: member;:, while! v,'.. ... guest"prizs went to Mies Hubbard •-, '^ S«eiv t -.rt. Mf xr,> m • *"' i' • , • • wi u come Mrs. C. A. Hovr\v. v.lio i.s livins trmporarily in Hot Springs. U; the gucsf of her sister. :mcl fjunilv. Mrs. R. lP,j til Has Party fcr glub :'A- party for the 'Dslta " ' " — ' -' Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'K1\I SKIT Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 cartoon & renal "Green Ar- 'hrr." Continuous show till U:;;o p.m. Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 YOU CAN GET 5-'<2 N. 6(h Street Beginning -6' ', FEB. 1st ;c5->. Mr. and Mrs. W. c; KiegiitiiGn. at 1016 club was given Thursday aitembon 1 V 4 ,-av V by Mrs. Jesse 'Tayior at her 'home. iS t 1l l?* e . besn . rESIdl1 '? « , In addition 'to entertaining the L,, ic ? wwba ' arr "W"z to-' members,' she 'also 'had "as her ^ ln !° 1 . ? Jlclr »c\v i,onir in ;v lC i guests"Mrs. V. G';.Holland'. Mrs ' ,"*' aadlllon ou Chicl; ; ,b^.vb a uve- E. H. Mason, Mrs. Kendall 'Berry ro ^ n ^ , and Mrs c. C. Wood. ' 'w n ? De " ] Ls Pnses in the bridge games went T nn^nf^ 1 whete hc to Mrs. H. A Taylor for high score i D ' \ ^ r M1 . and Mrs. Mason for second high. | of Vl Fl "^^^t. Tlie hoste-^s .scn-ed a salad plate i c t al the conclusion of the games./ well LAST TIMEvS TODAY \$i i Club Ifai> ||?]* Members of the Thursday Con- ;.|:' Bixie Crawford, Mrs. Rilei B ' Jones jlr: and I^trs. Charles Penn. were en[I-. 1 ? t^rtained at Uie hcaie'pf Mrs F B i|v Jopicr Thiu-sday afternoon. '"•••' P' Lunch was served at the dining f&. ' ^e which had a centerpiece'of mi sPri&B flpFer$l Tallies for "the i&\ Kt-f ' Univcrsit; who will addrr^s |) 5n ^'^ . ..... County Electric r.(\^' r{ . |tive.Tnc..and tho P an « Uuroa, ^ j meetings licre Monday, will i )0 ., jgucst in the home of Mr. and Mix J- A. Leech while in th 0 ci . v ' Each day it thunders in Pel ary, the correspondinj! April will have frost". to a Mississippi superstition.' Head Courier Mews want in will apprrnialc my friends knowing that T :un now N>«- lor ( j s and Guaranteed Used Cars fnr Phillips ^lotor Conj- p:iny. >I.v many years of selling- pisoHnc, motor oil a m l tiros ••oimnced me that TKK MCW FOUD V-S TOR 19JI is by far t'K> most cconomira! rar in 1 JC hart— besides hcinsr the I:i"re?,st. rasiesl ridine and movt ccmforl;vl>] 0 of all low-priced cars. TODAY-I tradc on ,. oj . fj Tel. til ft George Duvall A UNIVEPSAL Also Comcdv FRKK .BALLOONS To all eluJdren acfcmpanied by adult. S; t t.. i'>b. 5st. al LOUT'S In response, to the pi:bl« c - s wrshcs and in o rvcry shoppi"5 advnntngr and economy, we arq wiH S ivc Uir valuable E J|S J P 5ia , r .p. s . Kaglc st both of us—you ?c t Hir hrnrfit of an extra SRVU ) •!» n. JTOOfi Mill ol .our <-t.:-:tomri"s !:y jrivtn-> rr;il v:\itir.s :uid service. cc that W r Eagle Stamps niH be pivru at the nstp ol ore .stamr u-ilh racU «Hc <- as h payuinU for p>i( > na}jC.':. and .so on. You jjcl more for your money when you buy where you £cl Easrle Stamps. l« a ^ h Contir.tr pitNting- your Kaglr Staini:s m UIF hcnblct you already hayr, but if you ucrrf a. »r\v bocklct roinc «»> and get inic frer.. '^ach. ntlcrt Kaglc Stamp booHlct is like cash in luuui f nr each our. can bo, cxc-ha^ged for— i • 32 in DASH or $2JO in lEf&HAN! (Grocers and butchers permit M IP irj vc < m ] v $2 in cash or InnhO SATURDAY with Don (Hod) Harry Also carlooii - serial ".hsninr G- oiis >hov,- till H:oO ji.m. Nf> t;;;ittrr wl;crc you rcccjvr ]-;:»§1r l^i^mpji thc-y arc rhva- i»J5 in thr snme btcklet. aiid they will b c rcdccMird ,iu,>t a^'if ? store. You pay no more for goods at fcaglc Stamp .sicrr.-r—ofIc Stamps ycu £cl mean extra savhjg.s to you. Look for the Hijn TiuU Heads: JQi ISi^OS, Inc. HU6BAH W. A. PI6KARD SRO. BORttRTS DRUGS Tom Liitie a-Wa Laundry Cleaners ...... ™ hevrolet

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