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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 3, 1934
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BLITHEVJLL& (4KK.) COURIER NEWS •MONDAY, .SEPTEMBER 3 1934 Soctai Calendar :. TUESDAY'S The? wlU IK :» meeting o( Hie O. B. : 6. it'Ihe • Eastern Star Hall •t 1:K p. m. FRIDAY'S LVENTS There will be a business meeting ol the Ladies Bible class of the THal Methodist church at 7:30 at Ibe home ol Mrs. Sally Hubler. ©$M EW. tit/ DAN THOMAS GEORGE SCARBO '• Miss Marguerite Hasson To Wed Jones J. Dunham Announcement lias been mude ot the engitement of Miss Anne M«j trutrlte Hasson. only daughter f,ot Mr. and Mrs. James Ernest Has- Eon, to Mr. Jones Joseph Dunham, of Memphis, Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dunhim of Tuscaloosa, Ala. The wedding will be solemn- lied sometime In November. Miss Hasson has become a popular member ol the younger set since she arrived home from school after her par&ta moved here from Te*arkah». She needed her later education at Texarkaha College and the Unlrfi&fy ofiXiabama, Tuscaloosa, where- she Tiecame a member bl ttie Delia "Delta Delta sorority She is a member of a prominent Alabama family, being the treat grindtJaujriter ot the late Richard Slaxweli; pioneer settler ot Tuscn k»sa. ( Mr. Dunham, who is a incmbe of a widely known fnmlly in Tus catoosa inhere lib father Iws ex tensive lumber Interests, graduate! In June from the University of Ala bama. He Is a member ol the Knp pa Sigma fraternity and the Scnb bard and Blade" honorary military Iraierrtfty. He Is now connected with Swift and Co.. In Memphis. Miss Marilyn Bass - Weds Mr. Jetty Holly Miss Slartlyn Bass, 'of Mils cltj and Mr. Jerry Holly, of Cooler. Mo. were united in marriage Sunda: afternoon In a ceremony performec at tire home o! the bridegroom' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Holly at Cooter. only members of tfc families and their most Intimat friends ^witnessed the riles. The bride wore ail autumn semble ol black and whUe fail! crepe with black accessories an carried an urn bouquet of pin msec *nd sweet peas. . . Heir -only attendant was Miss JogejSjlbe Holly. «sier-of -the bride groom, who wore a brown flat crcr* frock with touches of white. Mr. Vtnfcn Bass, brother of 11 bride,- was Mr. Holly's best man. The attractive bride, who Is well known here, Is the daughter of Mrs. Alma Bass and Mr. James A. Bass. The bridegroom was educated at Cooter Jiih school and is now connected with the Planters Gin at Cooter. Mr. and .Mrs. Holly will make their home -*lth .the bridegroom's parents. ,. * . • 9 B. T. U.'' to Have THE MODEL. FOKTW& EAGLE W*CH \w? PLACED OJEfiTWE OLD CWCiGO . POSTOFFlCeiNlOO7. y BOU.EEM MOORS OWCE HEQ NEChi UUHILE WOadNG W A, Ptcnvae. SHE FHLL OFF A uWO-. OG.AND HEQWGvi WflPlM A • , PLASTER. Gte\ rod TWO Mourn? 1 ., Bih oj Nttis Mostly Personal Two of Al G. Barnes Stars wmnm ME E i paiticular feeling!, of regret, self j pity or frustration attached to She loves this rocky, wooded (country where she was born and , sees no reason to leave. Asked Mary Eunice Lay-son has gone to | whether slic and her family in- I ' : ! fr ' (lie magnitude, of th[s great traveling enterprise have always madi the Al G. Barnes, circus wckorne visitors to this community.' Tlie . marvel, super sho^ ot 10,000 won- J tiers, represents an- Immense in- vi'itmenl. ,The nerftMM!iCLVj.-« p iU :bp[ glye|i 2 nitdi H r«- in- Tfc. doors will open ali v fl«ni :l eM-lier i k/'-«aM^|»r- Joriiiauca lo pennil .an 1 ln$)::lion of itje immense ^'cb' or lo ^nJDV'a concert of p3i3iilnr and o|ieratic nui- ^:c bj p P.rof. Rodrick's military band. lemphis lo spend a week with Ann aaga. Kalliryn Marie Durvin, of St. otils is IHc guc&l ot her aunt, Mrs. E. j. Heaton, and Mr. Hcaton. Mrs. J. L. Qnard arm daughter lave returned from Equality, 111., wl:cre they have betn visiting rela- Ives. Tliey were accompanied by Mrs. Guard's niece, Grace EUza belli Wolford, of El Dorado, who will visit here for a week. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hoeg^an ot Toledo, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. LocMjilcr and daughter, Mary Jo, of Sylvanla, O, will arrive to- .Iny for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Polk Phillips and children, Billy. Elizabeth, «nd Ralph, and Miss Mannle Bowman ol Troy. Tenn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hooper. n. C. Jones of Leachvllle wll make his home here where he i? the Phillips Motoi ended to go elsewhere If the ihcnoincnal quintuplets bronchi ivcultli In them, Madame Dionne eplled wllli unfeigned bewilderment; "Why .should we move? We are well here." Live Off 00 Acres Of Hie 300 Dionnc acres only about 60 arc under cultivation; the rest is'.-rock and pine. But-on those BO Here's'.arc raised h'ay'and oals., In the garden beside wealher- f l>ealen gray house, cab- liases, potatoes and oilier vegcla- bles were plentiful eno<i|jh for a whole winter's supply, with perhaps a little lo spare. From the house came the crying of onc of the quintuplets. "De are well licic," repeated Madame Dionne, as her older children gurgled played around, her. "What's his. name?" I ' nskcci ixjlnting to a sturdy little lx>y, :ion wllh her mother. Miss Witt is a memuci" of the school lucnlly. day for the infant daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. l-'loyrt Hainlctl, who died Saturday at the BlythcviUe licspl- Mrs. C. P. Wells and daiiBlilcr Mrs. HUBli Lewis ami daughters i a |. interment, v.-iis made In Niun- Wnnrln nnd Myrna Jean and Mrs. | ber Eight cemetery. Thc child 1! ihnrlcy Trainor relurned home survived by her parents ami grand- Mday from St. Louis where they had been visiting Mr. Wells daughter Miss Uattic Fern Lutes. Mrs. Wade Bnrfcclt., sons Mitchell nnd Ford nnd Mrs. L. Khourlt anri children of Cairo, Sunday afternoon 111., were visiting here Mrs. Khourie sisler Mrs. Wolf Kliourle and daughters. They were cnroutc lo Cardwell, Mo. J. L. McClanatian of St. Louis arrived here to tench In the hfgh Echoci. The B. T. U. of the First, Baptist church will have a banquet meeting »nd business session this evening 7:15 o'clock, at the church. All members 'are urged to attend Mn. ShMtr Entertains. Mrs. W.'W. Shaver entertained two tables of her friends with a bridge party at her homo Saturduj evening. Hi*h score prize, cards wenl to Mrs. Eddie B. David, ant traveling prize, towels, lo Mrs. Vei Miller. Refreshment* of sand wiches and teed tea were served The home wts decorated with gar den flowers. Hayli Society-Petsonal Slecle-Cootei 1 Society — Personal parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ilamlctt arc prominent farmers o[ the Braggadocio community. Funeral services were hel:l Saturday afternoon for Hie Jufntit of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bess at their home near Holland. Interment was miutc In the lister cemetery. Beside sthe parents it Is survived by Us grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs Warren and. Mr. mid-Mrs. Wcslej Bess Funeral services were held Sal urday at Mount Zlon cemetery for Elizabeth Jean Alexander, two- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, who died from co- lllls Friday. Services were conducted by the Rev. M. A. Massey, pastor of Ihe local Metbodist church. employed by company, Mr. and Mrs. Eli K. Moore and sons, David, nnd Lester, of Charleston. Mo., arrived today to make llieir home here. Mr. and. Mrs. N. M. Pratt, ol Flint. Mich., are guests of Mrs. Prall's sisters. Mrs. Ed Brown.' ol Gosnell, and Mrs. J. M. Murray. Trey arrived Friday. Mrs. Lena Brown and son, Ben ! nlc Gene, of Flint, Mich., arrived ' Sunday lo visit Mrs. Brown's sis- teis. Mrs. Ed Brown, of Oosnell and Mrs. J. M. Murray. J. w. Cade, who is employed by he government as a surveyor, is i|>endtng a few days at home. O. c. Ganske left Saturday uU>iil for St. Louis to buy shoes for his store. From there he will "go lo Peru, ind., for a visit with his mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter «iid daughter, Elaine Anderson, have returned from Perryvillc, Mo., where they spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and Miss Mary Lou McDanicl 1ms re- irned home, from Chicago, where he attended the lair, She will nd the week lieic with her falh- r, Dr. J. R. McDanicl. and will so o Wilson, Ark., next Monday where tic has accepted 11 iiosillou as cnm- uc-rclal teacher In the Wilson high chool. Mrs. Dale R-utlcdgc was lioste o a parly Honoring the eighth ilrtluiay ol her daughter, Mnrgarel darlc. Wednesday cvcunlng. Fifteen little friends were entertained sons spent yesterday In Paragould. witli various games contests. Returns From European Tour With College Band J. T. Sudbnry arrived here today to visil with his mother. Mrs J. G. Sudhury, niui fumily, uftci a summer's tour of Euroiic with lis orchestra from the University of Alabama. He will be here for aboiil a week before leaving tor Tuscaloosa where he "will re-enter the School ol Law ol Alabama University. Mrs. Harry Milliard assisted Mrs. Rulledgc In serving. Mrs. Gerald Brooks returned home yesterday from Marble Hill, where she has been visiting her parents. Miss Hazel Douglas, of Flint. Mich., is the guesl of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie W«g- Crimson Tide Star Back To Be in Scrimmage TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (UP)— Dixie Howell. versatile halfback on Hie Alnunnm Crimson Tide, hus been pronounred recovered anrl In con- rtlliou to resume his JvWIron ca- (liis aiitunin after treatment bntlly injured knee. ell was ImrL In the last :Hugh Dorris, who is working with an undertaking cslablisliinent »t Ch»rleston, Mo., arrived home Monday evening where he will visit, with his wife and son Hugh jr.. • few days. N. G. McElroy of Capo Oirar- dr»u, Mo., w»s here Friday visiting Ben U. B»r*ovlt* «nd son Noah. Miis lltrtha Reynolds, who is Corking In the office of lawyer tucms at Senton, Mo., spent tlic weekend here with her parents Mr. «hd Mrs.. 0. P. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs Earl Itaybuck anrt spii H»rry Earl returned home Frl- <Ujr Jrom Chkagb, where they had been attending the Century o Pnfress Exporitlon. - "Mr. .and lire. Lee Phillips o Bwiit, Uo., were here Sunday vis itbC *in. PiiUUfit. ptrents Mr wnj.Mrs! Jim AUup. t I. J. G»le ot 8l: Louis and O H HoUcobMk .:i|..:Slkeston were hire . aituntey attending to bml- tat : »«Un« : f rtends. K«nt : HI1I, who has -T»c»Uooir« during the sum«per BKClra »t Cailfomls and with )•*•,- aanats »l IUmo, urived here iUu Hill will teach sler. Miss Ruby Kearney, of Fnllciloii. reer N. C.. is the guest cl her COU.MII. (or Mrs. Floyd Wagster. nnrt Mr. Wag- III ster. (or two wcckr.. A number nljcaiin' of the Reason last year, and foilal events will be held 1u her | pliyslnans feared he might nevei honor. jretiiin lo the gridiron. The iiijurs Joe Hotline, of Home, C',n.. I.-. li:rr|l:ept him fiom spring Iralnlng iinri cr an extended visit with vela- iN'cvfiucri him fiom playing on Miss Jessie Srltc and Joe Isaacs nrc in St. Louis buying stock lor J« Isaacs' store. Mrs. Carrol Blakemore and Elaine Anderson have returned from a visit with relatives-, of Mrs. Blake, more aL Obvlngton, Tenn. Aaron Koscntlial is in SI. Louis on a buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. Huucrl Potter attended a sales convention in Memphis over the weekend. J. Nick Thomas Jr- o[ Memphis, spenl the weekend with his parents. Fred Fowler, of Dyersburg. Tenn., who formerly lived here, spent yes lerday nnd today in the. city join ing Mrs. Fowler and sons \\lin are here for a visit with Mrs. Fowler's parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. E Bainetle. Hamilton Toltert. of Wasl'm^lon n. C.. is licrc Tor a visit with Miss Virginia Nolen and li?r parents Mr. and Mis. R. B. Nolen. ~ " -•- ^.^ ^ Little Rock yesterday where s'tic net Charles rtay.Newcomb. who i now employed at Sr.rcveporl. La. E. L. Jones, Ernest Halsell am Logan Moultrie have returned from several days sjient at the Chicag fair. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh N'elso Thompson went to Memphis to the weekend with Mrs. ThGinpso remaining for R week's visit wit Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Thompson. Up OH her return slie will be accom panicd by her sons. Hush N'elsol nnrt Morris King, svlio have bee visiting relatives. B. J. Allen Is in Memphis fi two dnys consulting n physician. whose big, brown eyes clearly -said i lie WHS a Dionne. "Ernest," replied ! his mother. "He's the eldest. :ny ten: he's seven/ 1 Etnest wns born one bitter cold ; December nighl In (lie winter of 19M. The wind howled and drili- -<1 snow up againsl tlie Dionne ionic that night as Ovila hvi Iy arose, dressed nnd left the house in search of a mid-wife. Through five miles of deep drifts lie drove his cutler to tlie homo of his wife's grandmother, Mad- amc Josephe Dcmcrse. H was long past midnight as the two of them drove back to the Dionnc home, • , . but though they hurried, Elzira, j".,]o\is" llicn a girl ol 17, had borne her first child unattended, in the solitude of a winter night. "I Cried a Lot" Rose was born In the spring of 1928 and again there was no doctor in attendance. "But (here were dwives," added Madame Diomie. lo is obviously not greatly Im- esscd with the latest rievclop- cnts of medical science. The following spring as added to the Dionne •M, then In October, TOO, Leo is born. Midwives shook Iheir isc old heads nnd predicted he Dolly Jacobs and "Tommy," stars of Circus Ivcs. Hie Tiilc ban-ball (cam (his year. Mr. nikl Mrs. I 1 . E. Pciulrr IKIVI- Ciwrli Frank Tlionins will shllt s their guests Iheir son. Kay Pen-1 Hun ell from left lo right hallback ler. ami family, of St. Louis this year. He will continue lo car- Mr, and Mrs. Han/> WeiiiLjfirlJ iy most of (lie punting load for innoimcc U:c birth of a son al heir home near Cooler lusl week. Mrs. WcingTiekl Is the former Mlsw Juanita Pounds. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wallace nml Mrs. Myrtle Alker have returned :hcir at Clarkjdalr. Miss., al- ler .1 visit here with relatives. Mrs. Homer Burnett, of Hint. Mich . is visiting relatives in Cnr>- ter. Mrs. Eirl lludgins and son. r.l Black Oak. Ark., sp:iu lait week here with relatives. the lictc—a duly In which he excelled last year. Diphtheria, and Colitis Fatal to Missouri Infants to tt* ,W«n<ka K»a, who Is working! . :<4ttfa':U*:KM«*r shippiri* depart •'"'•'tt au'I/Mk spent the wcek- -"" L -'-*'•- •'•• ; , ptrentc STEEI.B. Mo.—ttmcral ^ervice^ were IwW S«nrt»>- morning at tin- home for Uallon. two nnd onc- hBlf-ycar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Pleas FHinX). o[ Tyler. Mu. The "Gov." Roberts Urt With Razing of "Old' Main" AUSTIN. Tex. i UP)—When "Old Mltir building, for nearly 5 years .111 Ivy-covered .vnlinel of the University' of Ttxaj.' tnniblcd down lo make way for n new structure •Governor" Roberts felt "plumb lost." ; Son of (he former Gov. O. M {obsrls o Texas, the 13-year-olc nan wns "hcnd watchman" of Oli «nin- He had watched lus (nthe urn Ihe first .spadeful of 'dirt t :hs consirnclion of the old build 'iig. Then It was not. "oirt Main but the entire university. "Dover noi'' Hoberls will be retained watchman in the new slructnre. child wns stricken Friday evening but the parents thought It not seriously so. A local doctor pronounced the illness diphtheria, nnd the child died at 10:30 Saturdaj r.'.cming. Besides his parenle r,e is snnlvcd by one sister, Darlene, who is eleven months old. and Is now Hi wltl diphtheria. Funcr&l services wort conducted by the Rev. Mr. Taylor with Interment in Taylor cemetery. TIi* smith undertaking company of Ctntthenvtlle was in charge. TaaKtl services wtre held Sun- FOB RKNT FURN1SHKD APAHTMENV. Ca 27*-W. 3 . ck onstipation :oni!c i-.ome, several letters heaiwili hibusc on the parents. "But we dis-' regarded Hicin," smiled Madame ; Dxunif. "I think most of tile \KO- oie tiiese leitors arc just She .Must Only Pork fklu?en ttie loom in vvlncU the ijiiinUip'cls lie in their incubators and Madame nionne's brdrocm :i window has been installed so thai | the mollicr can gel glimpses of her | children as li'-ey are taken out and uatlicrl by the expert luixis "f and doctors. But these occasional jx-eks don'l sali.;fy Madame Dionnc's strong ninlerna! instinct, "f can hardly wail to real- | Iy fondle them. Tlic Al G. Barnes' Will Flay Two | Performances Scpl. 17 i ould not live. Frail since birth, "o caught pneumonia and died at e age of 'OIK; month'. "T crtc'd"a i.'' said Maunme Dionno, rccall- tliis sad Incident, for tho'ngh er family no\v numbers ion she ikes a siKcial interest, in all of '•cm. There seem lo be no fnvor- cs. •' Noiv a chubby little two-year- Id, who gnrgtes at tlie sliehtcst rovocation and always manages lall in the nearest mud, Daniel Jionne joined Hie. ranks of the amily In April. 1931. On June 20. wo years later, pniillnc was born. A few months > afterwards. Matl- me Dionne was heavy wilii clillcl gain an<l the symptoms she felt Lsqiiieled her lor they were no rdinary symptoms. While she hoiight il migl-.l be Uins or even riplels, she little (Ire.iml she would « hoisted lo fame by her own fo- •imdity. I'cirlents ot Twias As the days svcnt by she confided her fears to Ovila chal there must be somelhing .seriously wrong. let me In lo touch Item anil gel close lo them so that I can reiiliy sec them." complained tiic ninn- Tl'e circn.s is cuminy! : Announci-menl has born iiiadc', l!::it (lie Al G. JSarncs Circu?. onn j t of the world's largest amusement i nurses won't • organizations, \vill exhibit in Bly- 1 tnplets' mother. Still only barely able lo tell tiic quintuplets apail. their mother ::us not yet EorjiuiiUed any pbns -or their futnre. "ll's loo c.irlv to decide anything atom Ihsi," said Madame Dionne when asked f she would like them to do :i "t,is- .er act' 1 when they grew up. While (lie babies are still in in- j fairy lore, far cxccedir cubators mi not yet up to the piiy- I nitkonc;, brilliancy, E sical development ol a normal. ;;ind br.nny i!'c gloiies of any S|H-C- full-tcrni baby at birth, Madame i liiete yet singed by this circus, wilt Dionr.t: has faith they will live. "1 not lie disappointed.' Tr.ere will be priiy tor them every niglH- und 1 uievme on Montiay, Scpv. 17. | Moie itian '2(10 acts, rcprcjcnlins : Hie bcsl [iili'iii oblainnble .from thcj five continent? of Uic worl^i arc lo J be seen with tlie bi;; sr.ow Uii^ .^^i- son. As a prclwlc to line seabon's circus jK-iforiiiancc, a glcria'.isly vn- chantin^ iin:i slniTiiilotis .s|»t'Ct:iclc' cnlilleii tlio "Fi(-:;ln ol the Rio Grande," n gorgeous fiesta of old Ppain, is unfolded. AH who love in mag- am not ti'c only one prayin-.j for upwaf.-ls «i 109 d»iifins sisls-, Rteal co;npanir.s of trained singers, or- thcm to live." she dcSarcd. '"llicn | clicstias of vast si'ieAgrand gcldcn- loo. Father Koutiiirr of tbc '. loiied ortj.'.ns nnd the crash ol ryrn- church al Corbcil visitcil t::i:m and i baV.;. Ye', this cutossal pro'liiclion Stive (hem his b!fs«:ug. Oh. they i winch daily ania;'..~s (huiiMiiilo. i* will live all righl. H they've lived but one Ica'.ure ol lt:c Al (-1. Barnes this' long it is that God wants the :u ' Cnxus. ' IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR FALL (o live. II lie hadn't they would surely have died." * • * Unable lo Explain "^lirnolc-" Madame Dionne otters no male- rial explanation lor her extra- Thu clarkcnian t!oii],v. iieriali^l.H wi-.o work high up in th: 1 dome ol the "bis Wl'i" corns from the lin- pcrinl Olympic Circus, Ijondon, to nrna/c and turiU you, along wit-ii 'PcKxilcs" Hannciorcl. ir.e riding The symptoms became more and "Cy\Aat\ "of" tl'at of' more disquieting, but on May 27. womcll . a!lc hrls ; , or ke.-i Iwrd all she seemed calmer and there was : i, cr AA ^ without complaining, but little Indication of the Impending '• sllc d0 cs'not offer this in cxplniiiv- marvcl Suddenly during (lie night ] Uon of thc phenomenal the pains became acute and Ovila - u - s justh onc Ol - L .. Boll arose in haste nnd drove out in liis ' anlomobilc to fetch Madame Ben- olt Latellc. n- neighbor skilled in midwifery^ and Madame Alex-andrc Lcgros,? Madame nionnc's aunt. ordinary I?cimriity. She Iollo\v.s no clown and ihc Hanneforri fnituly ot special ,dict inncsota Group of Singers Plans Concert Mrs Floyd Jones nnd lour sons; Minneapolis. Mlun.. were in the. Iy today making preparations for concert lo be given here within shor: time 'oy Mr. Jones and s College Choral club of the innosotJC Bible University. Thirty- music sluhcius are spchd- the'\sunimer giving concerts irougliotit (ho country, Tliey nrr aveling In n special Greyhound us. Mrs. Jones and her sons have ecu visiting Mrs. .lours' parent* ir. nnd Mrs. J. L. Thompson, who ormcrly lived here and now rc- ,dc In Memphis. Like their father lie sons arc very Uilcnted in music nd both years have sung al Uic Chicago fair by renuest.,Mr. Jones, who lived hi Jonesobro for a "lumber of years, Isvnqv?; president of the Minnesota Bib1e>Uhivcrsiiy. i Read Courier News Want Adsi life lias been ] equestrians. Phil R-cnlanle. the inanj- pioneer ; dancing. sGmer.siiultin^. tnn ' wire walker from Mexico, and tile Ward Sextette of aerialisls. c.-am- picns or America. Sixty clowns, headed by An Burclln. nnd Kinko will furnish Inn for tlir little folks. Al G. BariH's' iroup? oi 40 danc- m« liorsc?, ridc'.eu by -10 temiuuie :n. Phone 180 for iniraeles.' she declared. Pestered by promntns oi -.ill kinds to exhibit her childr-n at trr r riders, uill bv Vill'LOti Both women got rtressed immediately and returned in Oviln's lo the Uionne Ucme. Tlun Mr. Dionne. realizing Hint his wile's con- dillon was precarious, drove two and a half miles u> Callnndcr to jet Dr. Allan Hoy Dalcc. Bui by .lie lime they got back, tlirce of :lie qitiiiti;plevs were already l>orn. Thc rcmninhig ones followrd soon after. "I did not complain and I didn't lose consciousness." is Iho Spartan boast o! Nfadame Dioiinc a she recalls the ordeal. "When I realized (here were five of Uiciu 1 was proud, but Ihe first tMiiR I sairl to Oviln war>: •What will people say when they find oni about this? They will sny we are pigs'." This plocmy prediction was nol entirely unfounded, for. although letters of congratulation came pouring into the Di- World's Fair or to ctxior;-!' various I Ti'.eie arc 1.080 |>?o|>!? witli Ihc brands of diajiers mid h.iby tcnrl. |bi;; show. The -100 pcrfnrmers ren~ thc harried niollier nt>w scarcely i resent IB foreign <-oiinlries. Twcti- venturcs outside the hoa--^. ! ly-U'.o tents covering 12 acres of "Do you inleiul lo linvj mure ! i;ior,iui nr" n?t"l l n i'on^u tht r-liildren? 1 ' she vvar, asked. "That is up to 'I.? Bon Uifii.' . CAItll Oi' TII.\NKS We are very j;ralr!nl for nil Lhuliiep^cs r-hmvn hi the our mother. Mrs. [Wen Biytli;. Miss Leia niylhe Mrs. John T. Phillip; Joe T. Blyitie. Cleaning Phene 777 : ,\t Ni|hl—S«nd»j-—Anytime for qnick »nd DtpcndaMe. Wrecker Servke Phillip; Motor Co. BEST PRICES PAID FOR Cotton J. E. Hasson Phone 42» OSlce Grind Leidet Bldf • I Marjorie Duckell • Teacher, All Types of Dancing. ." Dallioom Class Friday Nighl" Studio at Hotel Nolile 516 Cliickasawba s trans- to tcwn nr-on irt-e siiccial trains. The cl-"an busings tnet-iioils FARMERS BANK .& TRUST CO. MESSENGER? QTENOCKAPHER? Book ^ you ncctl, we're in n position lo pet you excellent results. Linployera who'ad* Vp.vlise in pur tioti only liflve to 'once. MIN3N1E LEE JONES Tearlier of Piano Aiinoum'o the Reoprning of Her Cla^s Septoinher 10 - Phone 1026

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