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BLYTHEVILL3, (AEK.) COUE1EE NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, CIOOJ Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Yerb;o \V. M. S. meeting al home ot. Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, 2:30 P. M. FRIDAY'S WE NTS Lidits Bible class meeting with Mrs. Frank Webb on Holly St. Socicly (/iris (Jivr Urcakcrs n Break Mr*. Junts Kill Jr. Heads Literary Department Mrs. James Hill Jr., prominent club and church lender who formerly resided In Shrevoporl, La., Ims been elected chairman of Ihe Literary department of Hie Woman's club for the coming ycnr. Mrs. Hill is a graduate of Winthrop college, of Rock Hill. S. C after having also attended Chicovn Presbyterian college in Laurcns S. C. She later Innghl English it: high schools of South Carolina. While in Shrcvcporl she was president of ihe Delphian chapter,, president of Hie Delphian council, vice president oi (he slate Delphian assembly, president ot the Southern Literary club and well arc chairman of the First Methodist church (here for seven years. She also scived on numerous welfare &nd civic boards. Since moving here she has become actively identified with the First Methodist church nnri Hie Delphinn Fine Arts club, of which she will bY piesldent for ihe coming yenr. The study course will Interest n large number of local women. Using "Conlribulioiis from Other Countries" as llic theme, each country and what it has given lo the United States through llic years, will be taken up with u comblnnlion of the old mid ihe modern to be brought out In the discussions. * » * Christ Amb.iEsadors Meet The Christ Ambassadors met Sunday evening with several new converts present. A discussion oa Mnrk 10-15, was given led by (he president. Miss Lois Aiken. For next Sunday the book bf : Mnrk will be finished and an examination taken on it. An interesting class is held al the tent each Sunday evening at 7 p. m. and nil young people arc invited to attend. To Have Weck-End P.irty. Miss Dorothy Robinson, of lx;ach vllle, is to have i week-end pnrij with six Blytheville girls as he guests. Th; girls will go ovc Friday afternoon and a nuinbc . of boys will motor over thai even ing for a dance: Misses Mary Ellzabelh ijoriun Patty Shane. Beulah Belle nn Burnelle Bradley. Jane Bianso: and Frances Little plan lo go. • • • Enttttains Rook Club. Mrs. A. B. Fairfield entertaine members of the Thursday Uoo club with a parly yesterday after noon in honor of her mollicr. Mr W. I. Denton. and Mrs. Wya Henley, because it was their bii thdays. Flowers from her garden rated the living and dining roon ^"nere a salad plate and dew: were served after th? rook L Mrs. W. T. Obcrst was prcscnli pcrlume for the high score award and the members shoutreil Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Henley with te- niembrances. Bi/s oj Nttta Mostly Personal Sues Hornsby For Divorce Mrs. I. O. Weslbrook and daughter. Mrs. Jl. !j. Dcdman. nnd two children, are visiting In Halls Memphis, and Uyersburg, Ten:i They will be nway the rest of tin week. Mrs. J. E. Whitwoilh, who ha been III two weeks, Is now im pioving. LaVellc Dcaettc. who recently underwent nn operation lor appendicitis ill the Memphis Btipllsl hospital, is dally Improving. Her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. It. Den- cllc, are wilh her. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan has gone lo Troy and Milan, Tenn., for a vl.sil with relatives. Mrs. Jack Adkins. who was bii- len by n spider on her arm and shoulder, has recovered from the injury. Miss Elisc Moore will arrive home Friday from California and olher is of the west where she spent two months. ! Iinrdln, of Greenville. Miss., arrive Saturday to spend se. 1 - eial days with Mrs. Hnrdln and Min. who lire visiting here, nnd his mother, Mrs. Ed Hardin. M. A. nose went to Dallas, Texas Icday. Upon his return tomorrow or Friday he will be. accompanied by Mrs. Rose and they will/make lluilr home -here, for several mnn- Ihs. Jerri Boon?, who (ell from .1 ladder when overcome by hc.u last Wednesday, is now able lu be out. Mr.s. Terry Bancroft left night lor Wnrrensburg, Mo. visit Mr. Brancroft who is em- Osceola Society — Personal A iKvk Uuj;c]a f:, nlnisive husband is llornsliy, St. ^ Louis manager, accoicliu); 10 tli.' divou'e ••omplaint m' ^h-d. Mary .leaiicLl'.' Hor»sl>y, above, wiio lilcd suit in Clayton, i\lo., conn. Liuiipiii^ "gen- ei.i! iiidi^Jiitiea." Hlio is ilir, ttii'iiJ *ite of Uio baseball vel- ployed there. She divides her lime I turned home Sunday. She accompanied Robert Donald McNail. who was motoring to Charleston, as far us Sikeston. Miss Virginia Cannon has tf- lurncd from Memphis alter an extended visit there. , Judge J. E. Duncan and son. Approximalely 125 members of Ihe Presbyterian church were guests of the Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary at a picnic supper al Grider Park Monday afternoon. An exciting game of dart ball was enjoyed after cupper, will Jack Hcok ami Frank Chiles choosing sides. Miss Eleanor Day of Memphis is tiere lor a visit with her aunl Mis. Guy Bryant and Mr. Bry tint. Ttiey spent several days las week at Hardy, where they wcr accompanied by Mrs. Bryant' young nephew, Henry Jauie Swifl. Mis. R. C. Bryan bus rcturnci from n delightful motor trl through the soulh. Traveling 4.COC miles she toured Ihe state ol Flor da, going down the wesl coasi and cunning by way of New Orleans Jiloxi and Gnlfpovl. Miss., wil! slop-overs also at Natchez am Virksburg. She was accompanies her sister, Miss Eula Moor *nl of Birmingham and othe members of the party were Mr. Hurry A. Wnlkcr of Memphis ai: Mlfs Iiclen Dixon of Biiininghim Mifs Dillard returned here WH her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose an their son. Buddie, are in Nasl ville, Tcnn., for several dnys consult a specialist about Buddi who suffers from asthma. The arc accompanied by Mrs. R Rose of Roselnnd and Miss Fa Nichols of Osccola. Mrs. A. W. Young and her youi son. Andy, are in Jonesboro for week's visit wilh Mrs. Yount parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lo 1 between lie. Ihul cil.v mid Blyth"- Society dipped Inlo the antique chest to show the wealthy summer csidents of the Southampton district on Long Island how individual grandmother's teach crenllons were. Betty Golban (left) sports an 1888 bathing suit, while Rulh Moffel goes In for a 193-1 creation for Ihe benefit of spectators at the East .Hampton Village Fair. ll's Up to the W'okiieh BY ilKS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (.Iniwider* i'or Peace One of the Ihnrgs in which wo-|iip to our neighbor's strength, men arc vllully IntcresU-d luday• Euroixi is alive with rumors 0 is ihe abolition of wur as n menus j war and there iuis liccn blood she of fettling disputes between 11:1-' for one rc.isun or another in man lions, and I Icel that Ihis is par-' places. The world is apparent' licularly a mieslion which is up sillini; constantly on high e.\ i plosives and cannot he change a ,ui' Whi'ii advot-nlrs of war wain I listed "to"sum li.fkl.nj Mnce the;"'' "»,re sclcminc they say it u the women Over and over nr.aln Ccmplltntnts Guclls, Miss Louise Simon had a bndgr parly Tuesday afternoon in con plimenl lo her housegursts, Mn-cs Jean .Mack and Juanila Uin:;Icni, of Jonesboro. Included in t'jc 1'2 present were Miss Peail Sliullz ol Cape Girardeau. Mo., who is visiting Jiliss Lillian Delirich. and Miss Vivian Burton of Cenwav. Ark., houscguest ol Miss Doro'hta Rogers In the card games Mi:..-, Mar- gcrel Jane Acton won powilT :ind perfume for first honor.'. r,:i-l Mirs Deiuich received the ait costume jewelry. A pink and lavcndav color milif vat- used in the decorations i-l mid-sunur.er flowers ar>c! hi the f?.lad course served. liie h»3ti-:-s >. was assisted bv Misscw Maic,c°n-i ' Gray and Mabel Simon. -lo\i- of Ihe World War, and nl-j"'>e way for removing from II most imanul.ly Ihey will voice the. J«cc ot I ho , -aril, the surplus popi i-ituiK'-il Him .1 would hi- 1 a line llUI °" Ul ' !1 - : ca " u "» k cf mo "linns it we never iiRam necduil lo ', Immune ways ot doing Hits if tl \r. but that human iu- 'Ihoory is true. to choose my own it.!way oi leavini; this world lo hav- the insiinciiu- ing it rlia'en for me by some for- isr 1-c.soil 10 war. but Ih'.U human iu-'"wory is true. 111 l tun- is :,o made 11 ml men will al-, I much prefer Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and nighter, Belty. and B. G. j Charles Edyar. molored lo Allon Mo.. Saturday where Judge Duncan held court. They spent Sunday al I3iR Springs, Mo., reluming ave returned from Current Rivci | each, near Pocnhonlns. where tiu y \ id spent the most of three weeks. Mrs. T. J. Crowder, who has been I from pneumonia for the past x weeks, is now able to be i:p. Oliver W. Coppcdge has relurn- d from Chicago where he visited he fair. S. J. Cohen Is attending to bus- ness hi Little Rock. Miss Jess Srite, who Jias been II for the past seven 'months, has now fully recovered nnd r jv- urncd today "to. her work al Jo? Isaacs' store. Mrs. Eunice Young has as hei iuest Miss Connie Johnson, of 3yersburg, Tenn. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and son. Louis, have gone to Searcy. Upon (he,.: return Monday they will Le accompanied by Mks Marlha Ann Lynch who has been visitina there. Misses Dorolhy Runynn and Virginia Peters have returned to Memphis alter a week's slay with Miss Betty McCutch.cn, O. W. McCutchen attended to business In Charleston. Me. tcrd.iy. II. Ii. Darnelte has v-u.e lo Franklin, La., (o visit Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. BiuncUc jr.. s.-.ti family for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren and daughter. Miss MRrjorie, haie ru- turncd from several days s-tay lu Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Wyse. Dj/ DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARED >W?M 'KScAAOOCQMK-iSTW OW UORIVBOT u>!S EVER- 6U-UP *">0 n ,. —^ G*280 I FillUOL'SU STAB OF 6&1H STAGE A'JD SCRsi ', " I Rj*Y KE£i.E/l STiil. BECOMES Ri --^, HEP. RSST RLM- [ LUiiCil nic SCSff^ri a i #.'K.'.r J toMJC 1 . They droiT over Sunday accom panied by Mr. Yoime, who rcluri "J lierc Monday. Mis. J. C. Kcurlock and h ilaughlcr, Josephine, arc leaving today for a visil with relatives in Mississippi. They will slop with Mrs. Seurloek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thornton at Aniory. and with her sisler. Mrs. T. 15. Gideon, at West Point. the guest of her aunl. Mrs. I'ercy I Berry Grain, has gone lo l'cla-1 Vincent j hatchic. Miss., where she will INI Dr. James Fall, of West Mem-i Ihe guesl of her sister. Mrs. .1. T| phis, was Ihe gueEl over the week | Buchanan, end oi Miss Mildred Frny.icr. | _\i,,; \v. B. McElyea and Mrs| Ed ' Williams, of Armorcl. was | (j. c. Fnllrr are gnnsts ol liie guest of Miss Maxinc Wallace ' !in d Mrs. Percy Hollowcll lor Sunday. I lew days. Mrs. Riley li. Jones and Mrs. | . — _ Dixie Ciawford. ol Blylhcvillc. arc and Mrs. J. W. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Sloan of SI Louis were Ihe weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs. L. Gilbert ' and diiiighlers. Mrs. Gilbert is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Martin anri daughter, Virginia, and o Mrs Taylor, of Blytheville, were the guests ol Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Lim- taugh Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. Hawkins and Miss Effic - Davis, .of Point-Pleasant, were the guests ol Mrs. Carrie Mcatte Sunday. Mrs. Mcalle accompanied them home and will spend a few day:, there visiting wilh relatives. Robert Donald McNail. \vho has Iwen employed at Jackson. Mo., but has now been transferred to Charleston, spent the weekend here visiting his pajents, Mr. and Wilson Society — Personal Hie guests today of Mrs. Walter Card. Miss Kalie Crain. of Wnshiiv;- ton, D. C., who has been visiting er brothers. J. H., Tom, and The Cassinmaro. a Bra; 1 stream, sometimes flows in direction and sometimes in lh| other. iTacli"ii ol mrel intn. n.ilion's machines of war. I tiud u,,.c:v,:M many "1 H-n .,rn ! We air also lolrt tliiit all of life who artmiliv ' fonsht in lh<- b,i .''• 'w=rd m nalurc on (he principle Icdiug ol llic .«> rm .i-ir and u u'.'l l-,.jr- : "! '>"' ''""'-I irud'.v .ii-.,l 1-!lh..'' v "l''"':: '"•«' :,tru S gle and Mirvival But Ihe world is IUH we Hnd Manila Society — Personal Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Moore were in Paragould visiting friends Mon day. Mr.s. P. M. Sweet oi Mr>n«.lte l \lslting in Ihe home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Cowan this week. Mrs. R. S. Hudfpn, who ha - been .quite ill. Is much unproved tin week. Mrs. Mike Thisme, of Mananna • was the week end guest of hr parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hut ton. Mrs. Max Lange has relurr.c from a visit wiht her sister Monette. Orto Green and Luke Sluart a spending a few days In Hardy. Mrs. H. D. Robinson has r turned home with her sisler. Mr 'Mike Thleme,' of Ma'rlanna. vhe the will spend a few days. Miss Martha Blythe visited Miss Lois WUliams In Leachville Moud«y. ilu- ;>ojiry of n frec-lor-all :u' .Mich :is w:is the rule In ia> f .. i.s no longer as sntisfac- ."~ H .;-.«! to lie even in busi- .ind prrha|vi we me going to UK-! lh,s is Iruc all along Ihe ,vov a very ("ililily dm! .01 «l tin- ,-nuplid I'liiuiini,-- wilh ;•. lirin ci'- lll:l1 •:.i"ii thai no'.hini: will .itain di;, : . : \ llU! ' ,'.,irti>:e. In llli- yaunzei- I'ciu'ui- ' f: ,-n. huwove: 1 . tl!iT£- i.*. >llil a lui:- n-.s. niailiiil liur-ie nnrl Ha'-- ||"'' 11:1: nnd tin- iiii-ic artvriuuiv l!llc KI-II ;iny gn-iil rtk holds lo: , t iiith. The i-Mil..r.a';-.i. '.-.[ •.••>:>•..:•. n :.u wiu-n _vnu arc yiiiini;. llio ':..-:! rn.ii.iC liytly throncli \"W | in-, nnd ih'jush you mav lac'- ie fjcl lh;! (h:ilh may b 1 .- mi-', .mrnl ,U :uiy momci-,1. you never- c?.ily lulu <.-•' is. The piocrx. nt j .'••>•.- dft.'chlll>-i.t from lilr h;is v.n! • rl b.:nn mid lhal u- why ihi-:i- M , . Miirv An|1 Johraon V5 died' ill a!tt;-y;; lir yoimi: mi-ii .i-adv t'.>|||,. s u.,.,,,,,,,, af(rr |, nv |ng ter.i II im iln- rnnUs of (In- lishun;; in ., V rr:.i rtciys from a kidury otccs ol war. I :ulm-r,l r.;i:.t riles will be con- iV- 1 ;rc il tht-u- jrr Iwn th-.ir; 1 .' durlnl .it Sawyer cemetery Tlinrs- •liich wi.-mi-n i.mM .In. Oi:r i> i-i: H -!y mnjnic.;. in o'clock, with the icilr .1 will lo pra'r- in ,il! ll-iii 1 :.. Rrv. w. .1 l.ctloy, pastor of the r,d l!ir ollu-r is lo ir.nke n'.vrn-j I.:iki- simi Methodist church, of- uroui .-inn: 1 oilier Ihln;-.- in life . iii-uiiii;:. - , . itfldf- w .'.r. The will I') prjcc will] Tl-r: c!rri-o:^ci| is survived by her lave to Mirl with women ;n.'i 'l.ii'-'-.'.'- ha:c lo \van1 pf:)!^ MI! - : wlinin < inei'.tly to \j-. inuadcis on list•! • ' n n A',' 1 ,.:bjfvl ; 'I'!'-' IUJ3. bv Anna Eleunor vlu distiilnilcd hy t'nlt- Kcai'irc Byndicalc. Inc.i Kidney Ailmcnl Fatal Mr. und Mrs. J. H. Crain, Mr. and Mrs. Cone Murnhy. and Mr. and Mrs. John E'nocus were gnesls of Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson at dinner and biidge Friday. Mrs. Crain anri Mi-. Murphy received prizes. •Mrs. w. M. Wallace enlerlained Ivlo"tables of biidge Monday night Mr. and Mrs. John Enochs wor prizes, other gusets were Mrs R. E. Ixic Wilson. Mrs. J. A. Merill. Mrs. J. A. MeriU, and Dr. ani 1 Mrs. N. B. Hlis. Miss Alice Wilson, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wilson, o: Mrs T A "McNail ' ' "" """ stilc i'- Ark - and Louis Haley, o ,..„ . .... „. , Memphis, were married at the Miss Lou Ella Sloan, who has Baptut par£0 n 3Ee Monday been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gilbert, returned lo her home In SI. Louis Sunday. SleeJe-Cooter Society — Personal Culcman-l'erry. and Mrs. V. W. Colonial) Dr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Taylor aiidlhav: announced the marriage ol daughter. Miss Mary Alice have noved lo the fotmer I. Parkliurst lotne on Davis ave.. which they ':iave purchased. Tlieir liomc on West Main St.. has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robertson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Monk Mil thews and Ann Drai. dauchin of Mrs. Margaret Dren. will return today from a ten days n-.otor Hip to Denver. Oil.. Cheyenne. Wyoming, where they allci-.rlrd a inrleo. and Yellowstone National park Mr. and Mrs. .1. r,. Cn!/. and children. Miss Coi.i Lee Coleman and her nephew. Hilly (indsey. of Greenwood. S. C.. aiv in F.nyellc- villc this week tor tlir annual BOVK and Girls 4-11 pnrampmcnl nnd fchool for extension agents. They will reluin Saturday. They were accompanied by n numbei of farmers and mitnhfr.> i[ the 411 clubs (hro'.iclioul the rniinty. tlieir only daughter. Miss Marj Frances, to Mr. Omer Perry, ol Holland. The ceiemony look plac j May 13. Mrs. Pony would Imvp been i mi-mber -q[ Hie senior clas-T a Conter high school this year. He parents, who own extensive farn :ands. live about a miie from Cool Mr. Perry, a gtadiiate of Hoi nd high school, is in businex re. whcic he and his bride wil akc their home. A numu! i r of social events elm; planned in honor ol Mrs. ?rry. Mr. and Mr.s. J. M. McCluic cn- •Ilamed (In-ir childirn at tluir .lo.in nl Aic. win w?-, only ;i Mir.- . i- "i Mrt. O. C. Rmilny. with made her home. 311 Wtl- o-s Undertaking compnny :irre cil LitranQcmc'n'..*- AOW iJ°;i:-inl cnulil Iv.wl licr ce lliroti?h victnrin-.is war to Uayli Society-Personal her- Brooldinr. Man's Hobby ; Is Collccling Tiny Books I INK. Mas:-. (UD—Jas. dom. Thn women cf Indav tnii.-i h:ne n vi.\ion of how to lead tin- ^'orld lo ]x?acc. ThOoC oi us who irrnciniirr tlf World War. who air old cnrr: t -!i io,l) Ilrndri.-on cluims lo have, one rcaliz" how it, ramr alvi-iit and .to Fee something of the results in'oi little books. blssesl colltcUons ' ParesU. of.'Alaska c(|ver about '11547.008 icres,' art area as Urge ait the states o: Missouri, Maine tad Hn- Jersey combined. ....man fullering, remember imnv collrcling miniature volumes of Ihe catch words with.has been his hobby for many about 3.500. he describes lo preserve democracy" and here as Ihe miallesl Roman Catholic fifteen years later in the Tar East prayerbouk In cxiblencc. the yellow races aic fighting each which youth went to Ihe (laughter. I yi-ars. and now he has ! H was a "war lo fiiil w.ir". n "wor Among tlicm is what In otTier, we are building more ships. Gluts are swung at golf balls by not because we want to flght, but | golfers at ihe rate of 80 to 100 because we are afiald not to live [miles per hour. Rev. ai-.d Mrs. .1. I! Bullingtoi and son. Newton, atltnricd u tarn Hy reunion at the home of Mr Butllnglon's grandparents. Mr. nn Mrs. Woods, al Manin. Tenn Sunday. Approximately l'.'s rela lives were (here, rrpir.viumz th states, Callfonila. Texas. lOma. Michigan. Mississippi. Ken turky. Tennessee, and Missouri. Dr. H. G. Howard ol S: Lou was a guesl of the Icon's club R o meeting at the Methodist rluirc Monday evening. Dr. Howard, vh ;ppiil a number of years in chin gave an inteiesting talk on h work among tlir Chinese. A nun ber oT doctors of this couniy wer present. Including Drs. Martin an Lutcn of Caruthersville. Dr. Coo er. of Caruthcrsvillc, and Dr Shirley and Llmbaugh, ol this cit Mists Almcda Walls of Sikcslo who has been hrce for a wet visiting with her uncle and aui Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Albright, re-lFielyn Bigsart. The Laxative For Upset Stomachs When you r.tcd » lixative your uorntcli ii •Jallr upici--;o nice i ; e«n-3-uiini. iSe <!•• iciOUS. r(fx*illir.(f. mill' chevmg l{,:in Lax»;. It is cocting and icoihing—jnj ill ,-ou llov i-. tht dtll,>(::llv l-n.fi.-i,! n ,j r . t Hitnt U dinntutrd ienllv i the icusrinis lo g,ve 50'^ bu< ihorouqli ftti^H •js :o tcdiy- pn titl- cr • *.tlt«—chit.- nam-htb-:- M lot coii:t:palic,ii. Automobile Sales Co. Cor. Main Si Filth (Successors to J. C. Aiipleby Motor Co.) Studebakf r. Hudson. Terraplane | end Willys cars. 1< Elcctiie Ueftigernlion <_;<:l u'jr prices nnd t r .'iins be you buy any electric refrigerate-. ig by he Rex. John T. Caiighley "hey were attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brist. of Frenchman' Bayou. They will make their hum n Memphis, where Mr. Haley is nan-ii'cr lor (lie Graham Paper company. Mr. and Mi-s. Percy Hollowcll und sons. Percy jr., and Willie, inve returned from Hcljer Springs, where they visited Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I. HolIoweU's niece, Miss Evaline Hollowell. Mrs. C. L. Bird nnd small daughter, Virginia Ellen, returned from Memphis Salurris Mr. nnd Mrs. Berry Cr.iin have returned from a week's visit to Chicago, where they attended Hi" .Vorld's fair. Rev. and Mrs. II. M. as their guests Mrs. Lrwis' parents, liev. and Mrs. W. T. Marli of Conwny. Mrs. Hudson Wrenn has returned from n two weeks visit with her mother. Mrs. J. w. Dallas. Tex. Mrs. John T. C.iushley wenl to Memphis Tuesday to visil her daughter. Miss ficmlcy. lor a few- days. J. B. O'Shca of Blythcvillc was Ihe gi;csl Sunday of Mr. and MIT;. f.irsl arrivals IN FOOTWEAR^FOR FALL in Cotitcr Sunday at u iliu- er in honor of the. uiilhday cl K'ir daughter. Mrs. J. B. Coiner, he cursts were Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Coiner and three daughters, ol Carolina. Miss Tommy Buch- T. A. Apple. Mim Hilly Tair. ot Memphis. 15 nan. of Oyei-sburg. Tcnn.. Jiininyi , 1En . steam s'onnent and daughter, Ellen, ot Icmphis. Mr. and Mrs. Sebia Me- ;lurc and children, of Demon. ,1i. and Mrs. J. B. McClure anci hildrcn, Mr. anri Mis. Glen White jr.d daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. lohnnie Jordan nnd daughter, ol Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. Maishall I3m- ouglis arc the parenls ol an 8- uoimcl daughter. Rita Marie, born Saturday evening at Ihelr home on Walnut nvenuc. Mis. Burroughs was formeily Miss Kalhhne larper. daughter of Mi 1 , nnd Mrs M. 11. Harper. Mrs. R. I.. Wiihams is rcsthii; we.ll al the Blythcvtltc hosjillal where she is under trcalmc'U Monday evening the was visited ')J Mr. Williams nnd ll.eir datiRhlc.s Bettle Lou nnd Jcirydalc. Mr.'. E Buys and daxightfr. Geraldlnc. Mr; Jonrlle Phillips and Miss Verp Richards. Miss Mollie Lee Bales, who lo; years has teen employed in the office of AUy. Koy Harper, ha accepted a rivilion with Ward and Hcevcs. Caruthersvllte allor Her place in Mr. Harper' in;. Kc-blorkinz & Tritnmln^ Il.ils \Vc can make your nld lints like cfllcc has been taken by Mis into any new Mrs. II. O. \Vicklnm - ness Hall At Our Krjidcnrc Gil West Main - - Plionc 280 Vitality's Charmed . r - Circle ol smartness, fit, 1 ~\y //j ^" i A economy and vitality are ' p 1 ready for youi selectlou. You'll find fashion's newest iuteipreialiou of the mode io niodelj for Micet, spoils afternoon weat. Tai- lored fit and graceful foot- confotuiing sup[>oit give poise and case in walUing. you dont ploy 'u useless cash th these . WANT AD COLUMN? VIT ALJ T Y healtti shoes VI SIZES ! TO 11 ' ' WIDTHS AAAA (O EEE NEW ECONOMY SHOP Iiicram Bids. Phone H

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