The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 11, 1930
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PAGE TWO - • of Personal Interest 8 Activities! and News of Women Social Monday ; Th» Womaii'i Missionary Society of Ike nist Me.lhodljt church is tnesUng at tho church, 9.30 p. in, lor the program »nd s;clal meet- Ing with these hostesses. Mesdames Ix» Gray, Eugene Dlckcmon, W. A 6tickmcn,.Q. B. Steven;, Howard :Prcctor, C.'G.- Redman, B. F. day, OUie Poster, O. W. Coppcdge, W, M. Burns, Alice Lee and Charles Alford. The Business and Professional Women's' club will have. a Current Events program and social hour •beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Th* circles o! the Woman's Auxiliary In the First Presbyterian ehwch are meeting at these homes: Circle r, Mrs. T. J. Mahan: Circle J, Mrs. Marlon A. Doggs; Circle 3, ,Mri. O. p. M:ss and Circle 4 at Mrs. Rives Allen with Mrs. Alice Womack as co-hostess. All meetings arc for 2:30 except the fourth :clrcle which will meet nt 1 Instead ol the usual 7:30. Circles cf tlio First Baptist church Is meeting at the church, The Woman's Missionary Union of the Second Baptist church Is meeting 'at the church with Mrs. ;B. A. McrHs aa leader. This Is to be a special meeting. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake Street church Is having Its program at the church. Back Lines Lowered to Greet Sun's Rays , _JANUAR_Y 11, 1.930 Mrs. Edgar Borum Is bavin; the Suii backi a t kivcr than ever at Florida resorts ihtt winter. MIAMI BEACH, Flu. (/P)— Market Hem: Sun backs dropped visibly in a "bare" movcmciu on beach Tuetday Luncheon club. The Tuesday Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs, O. R. Babcock. Wednesday Mrs, W, H. Mlnysrd Is hostess to the Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday The Two Table Bridge club Is bo- ing entertained by Mrs. L. E, Story. Mrs. Cecil Shone is having the Mld-Week club, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Is hostess lor the .Thursday . Lunchcln club. The Young Matrons Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. P. L. Pitt- rcan. .The Literary department of the •Woman's club Is meeting at.the club house for a study on H. O. ;wells with Mrs. leader. W. 1. Dcnton as \i D. C. Has a Lte •-. And :Jackson Program. Mrs. Marvin Rotlnson, president of the Elliatt Fletcher chapter o! the United, Daughters of Confederacy, entertained the, 'chapter memoirs lor the regular monthly meeting yestreday afternoon whan Lee and Jackson were studied In an Interesting program. The story of stonewall Jackson's life arid caiiipali Lee's "right J r "' as Koperl E: toHf by Mrs. W. T.'QbicfptI-'-"-Mrs. J. W .Bode: gave an art-lclo by Winston Ciiurch- Class , 1)1-which told.qf the',Virginia Battlefields: which are of unusual Interest to 'throngs of tourists .who travsl through then- heart. Stratford on the Potomac, the old home ol Robert E.'Lee, was discussed by Mrs. James H..Brooks who (old ol the plan to' restore the old home. ; "The Southern Soul of a Federal City" was the appropriate sub Jec; given by Mrs. W. I. Denton who "tol dot the capital city, Washington, which although a federal one, Is really n southern city In every respect . ' i A medley of douthcm airs, played Mrs, R. A. Moore, was music for ths occasion. In discussing the/campaign tc . raise a total ol $500,000 througVioui the United Slates to be used for restoring the birthplace of Lee, to was the " establish a fund for educating shower. Southern children who are descsnd- , onts'of Confederate veterans and to restore the library destroyed In the Civil war, triis chapter voted to Glcvcr-Owcns. raise a minimum of $'25. Mesdames J. W. Badejv/ames B. Clark, James H. Brooks and W. M. Taylor were appointed a committee lor this activity, at Mmiette. This first home of the southern general, where he spent his childhood, is on tho historic Potomac river in Virginia and plans are already under way for making it into one of the historical spots ol the country as is Mount Vernon, Washington's home. Already $50.001 was paid on the 120th anniversary of Lee, January 10, 1929. as tilt first money to bs used in this work. The United Stntcs government j preserves the Les home at- Arllng- ton, Va., near Washington, D. u, i which Lee purchased a.fjej he was - grown and where he lived for a !. number of years. ' • The hostess served a cheese sal- I : ad with nut bread sandwiches and < ' .cotfee. here, but on the whole a healthy tone li being displayed, Bathers caught In the depression re taking their lcs:e» very prettily, iidced, and about the only comment is an admonition to backtleppers: "Don't touch mo!" Thus the world's greatest sun- Ian factory back; up to 1930, Bt»U- Work In Foreign Mission Fields." There were 2S members nnd four visitors present, 1 .The hostesses. Mcsdames Keith oiid L. L. Ward, served dainty refreshments In the social hour. Dorcas Clans Hits,Meeting. Despite the weather there was a. very good attendance at tho monln- ly meeting of the Dorcas Sunday school class In the First Bapllsl. church held at the home of Mrs. R. J. Dodon last evening when Mrs. Alice Runynn was hostess. Plans for the year's work wcro outlined with Increased membership, attendance and Interest as the goats. -. Tho. hostess served a lunch of chicken sandwiches, irult salad, ibllo and whipped cream, pickled facets, 'fruit and sponge cake and coffee. Members. Cjt-,'lhjs class nre urged lo altejpd^ Sinitlay school tomorrow. lui; in. as fur as .the back line b concerr.rri. Just, about where II stepped last year. There h»ve been many changes In details, but the original body llnst are the same. Kim-backs are far deeper in this winter's beach wear and what might have been a little advanced fo r last season Is quite temperate. Tho style? range from a lull back, with only a loop abcut the neck for purposes of support, to Vi with deep but, not wide exposures, An- other design features crossed us- pendera in back, Tho deeper V has been Incorporated in swimming cults and light drcstet, as well, ol a market] extent, Beach pajamas and cobjle coats in astounding vivid colors ' are battling with the sun-backs, but the northern lass who wants a browner back to take hom« Isn'l too interested; ; bungest Pastor Party. Sixteen members ol Hie Frlcnd- rhlp class of the Second Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a party last evening In the class room of the church which was sponsored by Iho teacher, Mrs, E. Z. Newsom. Numerous games anrt the serving of apples, candy and iwpcorn rnterlained tho party. Member* Have Parly. Members of the -Fidelis Sunday school class of the First Bapllsl church were entertained by Mesdames E. A. Splccr, Herman Wla- polc, Ira Crawford, H. R. Schnmck nnd Mrs. Frank ..Roberts last cvc- n'.ng at Mrs. Roberts' homo on Dougan avenue. Games entertained the larlics to-.several hours and Mrs. Allen Owyn was the honoree at un Informal liawcr. A delicious salad course was served. A marriage liceme was issued to day to Miss Willie Owens and Mr. Clarcncs Glover, both oi Dell. The wedding will take place tomorrow Lake Stftti Mrtbo4i»t Church .'. W. J. UfaurV Sunday school - a M. Preaphlng a o'clock; Subject: "Are W« » Bunch of ,Unbelj«v«fi?" preaching 7:30. Subject; "Wn»t shall t Young Fellow DP?" Thli wvicc wm be 'In chine of (Hi) Udguers. A tpecli] progrwn will be nntfered: Seng i;i, Pray«r. Scripture. Kong 141. The Origin ol the League, Der- Olhy Rylee. Nature and Work of the League, Vein Kelly. Offering. The Purpose of th« League., curl Ryl«. Quartet. Meaning of Symbol and Motto Ruth Adamt. Sermon 10 minutes. Song 213. (i'trlsllan Science Scnrfctt Services are held every Sunday morning. 11 o'clock, in room ?1 of the Fanners Bank building ovc Kress 1 store. Subject for tomorrow "Sacrament," Golden text; -John 14:21 "He that hath my command- menu and keepeth them, he It Is that loveth me; and lie. tha.1 loveth me, shall b« loved of my.father, ma I will love- him, and will mani- cst myself > to him." Wednesday 'evening service, 7:45 o'clock. All are cordially inv)tcd. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHRITCH E. K. Lmtimer, MlnWor Church soh'ool, 9:45 a. m. Communion >nd sermon, 11 a. m. Bubjett: "Why Be a Christian?" Ohrlitltn-Endeavor societies, 8:30 p. m. : . Evening praise and sermon, T;30 p. m. Subject: "Will the Levees Hold?" A cordial wlecome i» extended to all. ' . ' Where 70 Children Died in Theatre Panic Bits of News Mostly Personal Tb« 'poy WHO wantcii to become a vaudeville cointdlait row lias ilio dlitlnctlpn of belnir Hie youngost ordained minister; In Florid? arid one of the youngest in the country. Morris Book, '22, aliown aluvc, is liastor of the FIrat Clirlstiau Church In Orhuitto anil a atinlent nt KolUns 1 College. He is an ardont (uuda- mcrttall,!. • . >fenus Giytn at Period .The 8B2 class of Junior hijh school gavo as'lnlercstmg program in the assembly of {his school yesterday on ths theme "How the RcEt of the World Goes lo School." Various customs were, portrayed by thtsf students: Brittany, Lois Nell Stiles; HlndUE, James Gossetl; Norway and Sweden, Lora D. Wade, Arabia, Charles Brogdon; Egypt, Howard Boone; China, Hubert Haaga: . tlApsn, Helen Laden. . Margaret Shaver, accompanied b> Anna' Mae Jones, gave s musical .-. reading and Virginia Martin played . aA'tiiana- solo.-The program was read by Mitchell N. Johns. ; Misi Mary Emms, ,Hccd Is the home •rooin teacher. Mjsrienary Society lias Monthly Program. ..-,.The monthly meeting 01 the Women's Missionary socjcty In the First Christian church, held this iWejk," was led by Mrs. John Mc. Hartey and 'Mrs. W. Paul Marsh "i who discussed the theme ''Hospital B. Y. P. U. at Luxora Elects New Officers LUXORA. Ark.—The following (fleers have been ch-scn for the tuning icmi-anhucil term by tlie B. V. P. U. of Lhe -Luxora Unplist iUirth: President, Lewis Gccrgc; vlcc- ireildenl. Van Hayes; secretary, Mildred Majors; treasurer Mildrco Qalyean; chorister, John W. Sea- en, Jr.; pianist, Madeline Majors; Jrtist, Katie McRac; j.'it!c quiz ladcr, Enhcr Whltlcy; group cap- Inins, Blancho Fordecey. Eva' :c - rge; leader, Rev. L. O. Mc- Jvacken. Attendance and Interest In the veekly programs of the organlza- -.l;n have increase! to such nn ex-n'. that th^ meetings have been -ansferred from the Baptist church "> S'.lman hall. By. SISTER MARV ' NEA Scrrlce Writer Nearly every .home-maker learns in timo. how difficult It is to cater to an 'Invalid or convalescent who cannot have the focd'that is prepared for the family. Desserts sue) as postricB und hot puddings have no place on the sick-roam tray but during the winter months maiij families demand these hearty con ccctlcns for everyday fare. The returning, strength uf Iho Invalid often depend;, vitally iipoi a gccd appetite, so every elfor should be made lo tempt the In valid to eat '\vcll and rcguV>rl> Tiriio spent In preparing dainties should not be conslrtcrcc wasted Varieties and th; element of sur rise arc highly important. Mea imcs are veritable oases in icnctony of the Invalid's day, bi Hospital Notes Paticn'.s admitied lo the Blytlv.- \lile hospital are: Mrs. O. N. Bray, Braggadocio. Mo.; E. J. Carroll, bi Louis. Mo. Mrs. I. R. Fisher. HD! bnd. Mo., was dismissed. Gamble With Geology -MINNEAPOLIS H'»-An answc: to an old dispute—Is there oil n Minnesota?—Is to be sailed ss iportlng proposition by a group c Minneapolis Harry E. Pence capitalist, is head of n group b make tests near Cosmos. Geologist ray there Is no oil there. Ucsldcnt say Ihcy found traces on ixx>ls o | water. Mrs. Walter W. Halstcad was called to Memphis today by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. P. p Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brlscoe, of enver .Colo., will spend Wcdn»s- ay here as the'guests of Dr. am L. 8. Brlscoe. They lived hero or many years before going to the estern city about 14 years ago. Irs. Brlscoe and children have equently-visited here but'this •'Is Ar. Briscoe's first trip to Blythe- Ule. He was connected with' « ollroart .when here. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson, who avo been living on Highway 61. ttuai-of this-city, have moved •'$ "farm hear Osceola on the Kelscf oad. Fred Ragan, formerly of this ity. and now of Cariilhersvllle, was he.guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mlajid.for a brief visit this week. fe is now able to walk on crutch- s,. having recently hail his-leg iroken. 3cott Harris went lo Memphis today for the weekend. Ray Jackson, of St. Louis, is Blending to business here a;id vlsit- ng-Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Mrs. Charles Allen and daugh- er, .accompanied by Mrs. Allen's nether of New. Haven. III.,-'-hive arrived here lo join Charles Allen who Is connected with Guard Jewelry store. Mrs. Allen ancl baby will make their home In' this city. W. W. Holllpeter and P. E. Cooey are attending to business in Osceola today. Ralph Ralncy, of Osceola, is a business visitor In the city. J. E. Crltz, county agricultural agent, Is attending to business In Osceola . Miss Pauline Hires, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hires, is ill at her. Jiomc on Division street wilr scarlet fever. FIRST METHODIST CHUKOH P, Q. RORIE. Pastor Wcrship and sermon 11 ». m. and 1:30 p. in. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. ; Senior and intermediate, leagues, 0:30 p. m. Prayer m&stlnji Wedneiday at 7:30 p. m. . "' ' sUridjnj; e'u't*(4e;medls'tfiy':;^ter'.- : the' | p>ni 1 c i which' vias one of disasters in, 'm^dtr^'jufopv Alien 'Debbie,- belb,w,', l 'leffc,. ; a"f foot bail star/- aW'isa Mulr,- extreme right, candy- s^fesgirl In.'- the '••ihftiferrbpt.ij .are ct^t*^ wlfli,"spying l ft!e : 'ii"v'es of mjuiy children, That,the panic not a^umc even'-fcrea^f^rbportioris 5»as cr«dited..lh'', < pait-tto''thf. coolness ^dliplayed by . James Glen, a-theaf/eri at- Laymen of Luxora Church to Hold Sunday Service LUXORA, Ark—According to a plan adopted by the pastor, Hie Rev. Arthur L. Rings, the niornin service Sunday ul Cie Luxor; Methodist church will be conductor, by the laymen of the congrcgatio'i The program will be put on b ,^.^. f u , u>« .»„.,.„» ,,.,». uunJ)' 0 i" nlor br ' ud of stewards, an f eggs and toast always apprar In "|F se " cra ' , lhl ;!" c witl ^ ""»»' he tame form the ijaticnl-liw lit- le to Icok forward to. A ' Nourishing > • Drss crt The dcssert'piade'wlth milk aiid Bgs'adds quite as 'much nourish- to ;iie. -rrical BS the "main ilsh," although ;thc dessert sliouli Uways b! very. dainty. and appctlz- a jlck person any ng- Never . serve hlng that is not;pertcct in Its way. If the custard'Is'over-baked and eems watory, .don't serve u. Let lome. well member cf the . family iat it to "save it," but prepare a Ircih one for. the invalid. Use the ulmosl care in flavoring. . - Ceo bwcci or too highly flavored 1 lhc minimum age of enroll...,., lesscrls wilt not'please an invalid tllc fnci . st balllln orgnnizai:o:-.. odism In Cuba." •The program has bfcn arrange, on follows: Leader. Julius Barnctt prayer. J. .Waller Lynch: talk, "The Need of Our Neighbor in tli Caribbean," Macon E. Wherry. "Th Achievements of Thirty Years Charles Thomas. "Has Methodisr. A Right In Cuba?" Charles Me Daniel. It Is further planned by (h pester to have one service ;ac month throughout the confcronc year conducted by a group of lay men ct the church. ROME (,r,—Eight years is r.i vhcse sensibilities:' arc icute In every.respect. Custards, junkets. Jellied fruits. I jaked'and stowed fruits, simple ce creams nnd ices arc all good desserts for invalids. Prune Soudle s an excellent dessret for the wnl- er invalid. .• . .- . •-.Prune Souffle The follow.r.J rule Is for an In- llvldual portion: One egg While. 4 lab'.cnioons uashcct stewed prunes, 1 tablcsixxm sugar, few grains safi. few grains jream of'tartar, 1-8 tenspoon vri- n Ilia. WMh 8 or 10 pnmes and soak i) cold water tor 3 tr 4'hours. Cook ummially I '"landing In outward dc'.aih > I lhc Hoy ScotiU. It was four.rt tha ycimgslcrs of less than that ai rciild not keep up in spons and ttructions. In the same water until «o;i ] mtvc sfnes and rub ihro'.i'gli Edve. Add tugar. Beat while of esg until sen i, Ins salt, cream ol tartar and' .. nllla. Fold in primes n:id t-,;rr, in a lightly buttered cusiarrt cm rmall meld. Put Into a i«n r[ water and bake 25 ra-nutr,, i, morfer.ite oven. Serve \\:\\\ w i. peil cream or cuslarri saurr rl with yolk- of' egg. • SECOND BAPTIST CHUKCH E. Z. Newsom, Fattor Sunday .school, 9:45 i.'m.-W. M. p.ylock, superintendent. Church, 11 a. m. Subject: "Why sus was Baptized,' B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m. Worship .-awT.sermon, 1:30 p. m. ibject "The. (jreat Teacher." The stallatioh of -tlie new officers will held at this service. There will x two • training classes in B. Y. .U. £prk nexk week beginning r ohday :at 7 p.. mV They • will be ught by the Rev. L. O. McCrack- n, of Luxora, arid John B. Lane, are cordially invited. IRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Marion A. Boggs, Faator Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. The Song of Redemption" will b» ie pastor's subject. The Lord's upper will be ' celebrated at the ervlce. Evening worship at 7:30. "Whdt Gori?" will be the subject dls- ussed by the pastor, .young People's meeting at 6:45 -m. A cordial welcome to all. FIRST BAPTIST CJfDRCH . Perry F. Webb, Pastor Sunday school 9:45. Average at- endance for December was 4M. Kvery member Is urged lo be pres- nt tomorrow. Let's keep the at- endance record up. Morning worship 11:00. Paitor's ubject: "Tne 'Key to Spiritual >ower." B. Y. P. U. 6:15. All young p*o- i]e urged to attenu. Evening worship 7:30. Pastor's ubject: "The Word of Affection 1 ' or "Jesus and the Virgin Mary." This is the third message In the series of "The Seven Sayings of he Savior on the Cross," Special music at both service*. A cordial welcome to all. Miss Lucy Gkge of'iSasKville ' Huffman News Owen Parham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Parham, Is ill with mcumonla. Tom Haslett has been ill since Vlonday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagan, with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagan, who have teen 111, are improving. 'W. W. Pcpiwr and W. L. Pankey were business visitors In Armorel Monday afternoon. The winter session of the 48 school is progressing wIMi Mitt Elva Walker of Huffmtn a principal and Miss Mary Hallmark; ot Gcsncll as assistant. Wade L;c of Barfield is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Hcarn and son of Flint. Mich., are at Blythe- vlllu for a stay of ten days. They arc expected to visit here a part of the time with Mr. Hearn's sui- ter. Mrs. T. H. Haltlcld. Mri. Hearn will be remembered as Mtts Laura Good, who before her marriage lautlil as assistant teacher at the Huffman, school Lonnle Moore was a business visitor In Caruthersvllle Wednesday. He returned Thursday. Gilbert Adbisson. who Is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. P. Bowles, visited Thursday with Dolph AditlFson. The excessive rainfall which began Monday night and continued to fall until Thursday night has put the H.itfrran-Aimurcl road In almost Impassable condition and has halted crop harvesting. • Many here were saddened at Lucy Gajte^p'rojj' <?r;.9{.«l?Tnentary edu- cat lore, at. "George Peabocly'JCoHe/ge, Nashville,' Tenn!;' will address the county cduricu" of • Parent-Aeac,hers atsociation .oh. tlie subject of ."Fitting- theHome'to-the Growhig child," at^ a-.meeting'to be I held here on January "15, when the O8 ceoia P. T.'Ay,orgar4»ttpn-will en- tertain'the-" council at an'ail day meeting''.held' in ; th e ' ; audltojiiun o{ high-scriool'-buiMing. .•The aijrioiunpemeni'wai inade by Mlss'Wll!ie'Laws<jrV coujfity super- Ujtin'dent,- at 1 th,e' reaular morithly ineeting'of-the-P. : T,' A- here yesterday, ,wj\e(i.--15. members .we're'• in attendance. Pl^ns were : also_ mado for-a'party In''observance 'of'P t -T A:-Fourider's day, on-the evenin'j of-; Bcbruary. 17, when high -. schoo fathers' and.-mothers «"111 be .cnler- taineii In" the gymnasium of' the new building'. '- • • : " The program yesterday Included an'.interesting paper by Mrs. John Douglas on "Parents as Consultan' Architects," and'"reports from.vari. ous'standing committees .were made The meeting of the counlfy coun cil on January. 16, will'open-at ! o'clock in tht morning arid contlnui through'the day,. with- luncheon served by .the hostess organization In'the school cafeteria.'Miss Gage' talk.will,be-'&t l:« : l(i the afternoon - Following -Is a complete progran for I he.'meeting: " 9:00—Meeting.of board of man ag'cr's. ' . • 9:i5—Registration. '10:00—Assembly singing in.charge of-.the Osceola . High school glee club. '•--.•.- • " 10:li—Fifteen-minutes with -our officers. '• ' .. Reli c Osceo/a Society Briefs men 10:30^Platis 'of 'comhiittec- chair-. en. .-' •--',: -' •' '-- - IO:5(Hljeports':and plans--from local • a'ssck;latlons. ' • • •12:00—Uuicheon, . 1:00—Assembly singing. , i; 10—"flit Summer. .Round-Up 1 .' by Mrs..H: A/Smith.• • - -1:25—"Tht County . Health Unit" by. pr..A.-.M. Washburn. ; -l:4o—^"Fitting-the llome to the Gtijwlhg Child" by Miss. Lucy a age. professor of Elementary Education, Oeofg'e Pcabody,College,' !<ashv1lle, Tehn. "..•'-.' -• ' . . '- 3;W—Round 'tabjc. : • The official mace of the city of Norfolk,. Va:,- the oldest known to eiist in the Un'ltcd : States, Is In the arm? of its offlcia) KC.ort wfto 'carries • it immediately behind the mayor on ill formal occasions. '. ' NORFOLK, Va'., Jan. 11—Perhaps the most prized possession of toe city cf Norfolk'is-the richly carved sterling silver mace presented the "Cprpcration. of Norfolk" in. 1753 By/Robjrt plnwiddie, (hen lieuten- ant'of Virginia. The mac! 'dr.tcs from- tho middle age's; when; it was'a club to break armcis.. r.i Colonial tirries, however, 1 , it'became emblematic of authority, and officials and;d(gnl- riarles carried or had it borne'be- fore them 1 on state occasions.- Later the niave became an ornamental staff; of. office. 1 . One . of the ^most famous -maDES' : ln the world .is- in the House 'of. Common's •• In: London. • •'. ••'-'. ' •- • '.-. • ' The .Norfolk'.mace -/.vis •m%t)u(nc- .iircd 'ln ; IxJn'dpn .and weighs '104 -'' Mrs..'L. How ton 'was chavmlni; hostess to. the members of a thio.- table bridge club [to 'which shs U:longs. -at. her home on .Westllliih Ave., Thursday ;aft«rnoon. ..'. High score club prize was won bv Mrs. W. C.-Pace, Mrs/J.-p/SmitU won high . guest -prize -'and M.i. John Whitworth cut"consp!a:ion. Delicious- refreshments :wefe-E'crv:'.l • In two .courses following 'the pain.-. Guests .-'besides club "• pieinber-s present were -ilesdames Phiups, J. W. Edrington, . J. D. Smith, D. P. Cfrouch, Ralph Raney, J..S. Dillahunty and Frank Shippen. . - « * » Mrs. -L. D. Massey entorlaliur! the two table bridge club, to ^whlch s.he belongs at her home'herc Friday afternoon. - ...-'• The Osceola Womens Progressive club entertained with a hi&ii:! tea. In- the club rooms at ths courthouse -Tuesday afternoo^, .mepibe.'s of the club each'Jnviting a gu-st. The cliib rooms were artistically decorated in colors of red anj green, potted plants bloomed in th; Windows,' and the sliver' service )rom which tea was poured during the afternoon was accented by tapers of red which glowed from silver candlesticks. A delightful musical program -.'.lo rendered includlns numbers by tl:.: high school glee club,-a i x^d cho-, " rus. of twenty voices, piano relations by Misses Catherine Harwell snil Lillian Patterson, vocal solos by Mrs. Hugh Craig and Mrs. Ralph R.aney and mi cnterliSnln^ dialect reading by Miss Nan Frances 'Warren. The following officers of the din were hostesses: Mesdames J, 11. : LoVewell, S. M. Hodgf3, Hugh 'Craig, -"; Chas. Hale, B. G. Sejraves, A. B. Rogers, George EdvinKtori, P. I". ' Jacobs,. R.H.' Jones and. John Edrington. , . learning-of liie death'.Of John Buck pf .Halt Mo$ri. Mr. Buck and his family made their until tlre'years-a,sp and were ve^-miich Ijked ,by all .'their; friends and ; ac- Hin'htan'c-'es'. •'••'' • . ' (Missv Eiva". Walker, v principal of the 4a schdol,' : i!.l. ihursday afternoon. dl\e U, .bo'atding with Mn. Imogenc Adk'lsson. . Sub-tropIcil-Hawall-is closer.' lo the terrllbrj%ot 'Alaska than to. the United Slates. ..:..• • ii a Piescrijthm Iw CoW»,GTipp?,Flp, Dengue, Bilious Fever and Malaria. H Is the mart speedy remedy known. oi|nees..'Il'ls'-madc.' , .. ,_,...._ "icrewed togetlier,' 'and 'nieasmes 4? Ireland dt!ring : thc 'reign 'of George In the earlier his'pry of -the city the'-.macc .'wfts". carried ' . .. ^ proressicns.-.such. .'as that- In 1838. in'-cfinncctloa- with the celebration of the cen(i!nnlaj''of - the • granting of the.-royal;- cliartc r of. the bbrl ough.'.tlie |i:yii{j cf the cornerstone. of (lie Xorfn;*' ctadcmy ip 1840, and the several anniversaries of the Jamestown •Ityfid'fnj. ' ' During thd -Civil- War, -trv! macp was'sccrclec! -In/the home of Wil» Ham '\V."' LVriib," then- mayor.' ol • ' Norfolk, s OypsyMiohc'traS'ers ir.iist pay a tax.of 1350'-fniertrs',"Georgia county in-which',they;-bargain. • ?» ' . " ; . -\v LAM'EBd, Portugal (,?H- T::r.".- nl. Dpce'mbc_r. .rains .uiidcrrr.U'.d aiid caused,the colliipse.of an ilJ orkh castle here. .The' building was said .to. haev b'e?n. d:i:e a if.o.sque.and was.valiiablc-.'is a 1-5- Umony cf : Moprteh -domlnloii .in Portugal.\ - • Sure Way to Stop Jight tegte Famous -Prescription Hrirtsp Almost Install t Rolicj Night-, cnnglis.. or cDughs- cius'-d by a cold or Irritated thrcal. ca:i now b^ slpppc.d within 15, rnliintf"- by a .doctor's prescription '. v.-'nich wqrks on_ari entirety differcp.t prih- fipte. This prescription..15 p«t «P ur\der .the name Thojilnc r.:id ii available to .everyone, ' Haying Thqxipe pn hand is n safety pleasure against all ccujl'.i and" throat. Irritations. Thoxlnp contains no' iiannUM drugs, Is pleasant tasting flhd'iaf: for'the whole family.' Sold en a money back guarantee to give better and quicker relief for- raugin or .sore IhroMs than anything y:u .have evc.r jrleU. Ask for Tncxl'w. put up ready for use in. 35C 4 OOc., and-il.OO bottles. Sold by-1Cir':y Drug Co., and Kirby^Bell D'.i:: Co., and all other good drug s:or^ Adv.-7

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