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PAGE TWO PLYTHEYILLB, <ARK.) COURIER NEWS "University Night'* Is One Of Season's Gayest Night" < t celebrated here last night when the University of Arkansas' Varsity club orchestra played for the Bachelors' club dance at the city auditorium was nn occasion tor numerous parties before the dance . arid' a^ intermission which in addition to the dance made the night pne o( the g.ay.est. p( the Yuletide season. More than 300 peopfe a large number of whoiH were from out of town, dance<J; to the, music of the FayetteVlHe band which played its first, engagement; In. this city last night. Prior |o the dance the 11 members of the student orchestra were. entertained a.t a. steak dinner at the Rustic Iiui by 15 local students and alumni of the University. At the dinner the group, which is the nucleus of: the Boosters' club Ijeing organized here, decided to bring the University musicians here at. least once a year. Numerous cocktail parties preceded ths dance. One of the largest of, the Informal affairs given was the Intermission party given by Miss Churchill Buck, who attends the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She entertained a large group at her hcme In honor of the orchestra members,. Various colored balloons suspended from the ceiling and confetti ; floating through .the air added to the gaiety pf the aftair. • Eight members of the Bachelors' club, sponsoring organization, attended their first dance 'as FLAPPER FANNY MPR I5)» Bf mStMCI.lNC. T, M, ttC°. V. 5. FAT. 011.- By Sylvia enter the Baptist hospital for' nurses training. The Rev. w. D.. Wallace and family motored to Cleveland, Miss., Monday (or several days' visit with [relatives and friends. | George Harmon of Sardls, Miss., 5-3"» i is visiting life grandfather, Mrs. I, „ , I Frank Ferguson at Marie over the 'home this morning after having'holiday season. : slant the holidays here with his I Mrs. Rose Randolph of St. Louis,' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 1103- arrived Sunday for a week's visit In FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, v Florida Society's * New Glamor Girl Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan spent the Chrlsstmas holidays in i St.. Louis, ber$ of the club last night. They 'Tins is the last piece, Mac. U'aiiin flip lo sec who takes the rap for it?". Lynch, Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. arc Jack Curry,'Art Wilson, Jack.M- O. Usrey. Mulheareu, Charles Moore, Gilbert: Tll e Christmas scheme was cniv Hammock, O. O. Stires, Jr., Ralph'I rl «l °» L '" 'he plncccnrd tallies Fatten and John Harp. I w »Ue red roses were used for the ' Included in the out of town I centerpiece, of the dining table, guests here for the affair were: [ HI S h scorc P ri? - c among the club Miss Mnry Tipton Ross, Miss Doro. thy Petty, Win f red Rhodes, Her- sohel Sanders, John Holland, Bobby Rhodes, J Long, Johnnie Meyer, all of Carutheisville. Hugh Humphrey, Willis Hubcncr, members went to Mrs, Jojnur and among the. guests to Mrs. Usrcy. Ktitcr.fn.lii Kmuloycs At I'arty Wednesday Mr. and Mrs, John J. Traynor Lt Francis Adams, all of Little entertained, members cf the Q, 1. T. Rtck; Bill Chase, of Memphis;' 10 ™ 1 ° mce nlltl ' hcl1 '- wives or Miss Mary Lo« Traynor of St, " ate . s " at » cocktAll party nt their Bits of News Mostly Personals Wilson Society—Personal the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. M. Hill, Jr. Carulhersville Society—Personal SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON [Wednesday Club Meets Cotillion Club Has !, Mrs ' Kos LlttlQ entertained mem- i Vulctldc Dinner Bjnce '^" D ^ "I? WedllW(la V Club at her ' Members of the Cotillion Club I --'" Q '" Kc ' V " rtt U)is wcek wjih a Christmas party. The Christmas motif was carried out in the tallies, score cards, and. table appointment?, and gifts \yerc exchanged, i Mrs. Brooks of New York City was a club guest. High score prize was won by Mrs. N. c, Hawkins, and Mrs. Dyer Byrd won second high, both of Caruthersville. After the games the hostess served a sala;l course and coffee. * » • Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hazel of Bust St. Louis visited from Saturday to Monday with friends and relatives here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ferris Cunningham of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, left Wed- cnold of Armorel and Miss JuaniU nesday after spending the holidays Cox of Hcrnlake, Miss., who is vis- j w lth Mrs. Virgis Cunningham and and their guests were entertained at a dinner dance on Wednesday evening at the Community Club house with Mrs. John E. Enochs, Mrs. John E. Crnln, Mrs, Lee Wesson and Mrs. Roy Cox, officers ot the club as hostess. The ceilings were hung with profusions of varicolored balloons, and confetti, paper hats, and Muvdi Gras whistles added to the holiday atmosphere of the, party, while the couples danced by colored candlelight. Dinner was served to forty couples at card tables, and egg-nog was' served during Intermission. Oui-of-toiyn gutsts were: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ilolltman of Lc- pnnlo, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reg- iting her brother, Roy Cox and Mrs. Cox. 432 lieid a jolrit installation at the Lodge Hall in Wilson en Wednesday night, at 1:30.-Mrs. Ora Owens | of Joiner was the Installing officer r for the Eastern Star and the following officers were installed: Mrs. . 'Ruth Slnyton, Marshall, Addic Ur. aiKi Mrs. ?. D. Logan of Pace,Worthy Matron;Sol'Frlcdinan Washington, D. C., are the guests, worthy .patron; Eva Kerlin Asso- of Mrs. Logan's sister, Mrs. R. C. clnle Matron; O. H. Ford, Asso- Rose, nncl Mr. Rose. date Patron; Mrs, Corbett con- Mrs. O. p. Lawrence of Grenada, 'ductress; Willie WiUett; Associate ., Is here for n visit- with her conductress; Mrs. OH Ftard, clmp- Mrs. J. R. Hurt. ; Earl Powell, Jr., who is asso- i elated with the International Har- i and Eiistcru Star vester Company, with headquarters Hold Joint Installation at Jonesboro, Ark,, is spending his The Carson Lake Lodge F. & A. j two weeks vacation here with his M. 658 and the Wilson O. E. S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Powell,! Friends and Foes of the Kingdom o Text: 15:9-31 KV WILLIAM K. GILItOY, 1). t>. Kdilor of Advance The little hill town of Nazareth something over 50 miles nortn cf Jerusalem, has become the most famous little plac3 in all history— unless, of course, one should except the village of Bethlehem where Jesus was bom. But Bethlehem, despite its fame, was only Incidental in the life of Jesus. His parents did not reside there, and, , In fact, their presence there at | the time of the birth ci Jesus wns that of travelers for whom there was not even room in the inn Or in any proper place of accommodation. They returned to Nazareth, their home, after the night w Egypt, and it was here that the child- liocct and young manhood of Jesus were spent. Thus it is that although we speak of "the Babe of Bethlehem," we speak almost invariably also of "Jesus of Nazareth" when we refer to His earthly life and mission. . could not do „ , _ , works in His own com- ;murtity because of the unbelief of 1 His fellow townsmen and their j hostile attitude. These who were lite neighbors l of Jesus ought to have been the true 1 friends of the Kingdom. But thc Kingdom had ether and more hitcuse foes. There were (hose like Herod, the ruler of (lie region, who I feared and opposed the Kingdom Because the wonderfulness of their I own lives was rebuked. But the Kingdom also hod. its friends—thc common . people who heard Jesus gladly, and the lame, the blind, the dumb, the maimed, and many others who rejoiced In what they experienced, and saw, unci gave God the glory. It is Ibese who give God the glory when they are in the presence of truth and wisdom and of the 'healing and life-giving power of the Gospel, who are in every age the true friends of the Kingdom Nuzarelh ought Philadelphia Is the home of pepper pot, a dish unknown to most • people outside that ' city. Here have been also, originated scrapple, a by""""•" ""•*- cf thc pork-raising Indus- Lulls; Leon Smith of Fnyettcville; I hol "« Wednesday night, daughter, Mrs. Hiram Wylie, and , lain; Mrs. Loma Adams Ada- Anna Mr. and Mrs James Ahlt of Ben- j Tlle lwdW! couples were enter- family. Mne stot , tS| p^i,^; Hazc]1 cnrlock ~ - ""led in rooms decorated In the Mrs. C. Q. Graves has gone to'Elcctn; Lillian Thompson Treas- Christnras scheme. A poitiscltln Clnclnnnll, O., fcr a visit with rcla- lurer; Orri Owens Secretary Bar- flanked by red tapers wtis used onl liv cs. Mr. an<i Mrs. J. E. Lrmcas- dn Anderson, warder ton; Miss Carole Lauderdalc of Pine Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. joe P. Pride Jr, of Little Rock, Clarence Webb of Piedmont; N B. Menard | tlle dining table while a Christmas tcr, of Cincinnati, motored down of Ma!de;u Miss Louise Crqok ot '? cc nn(l arrangements of holly',/or her. of Osce;la. Jimmie Seay, Marsel, Miss Miss Clementine Bowen, Mrs. Mantua Jane Cartwright, Miss Josephine Frazier, Miss Jackie Little, •Miss 'Nancy Snow. .Wilscn, Miss Jean Quinn, Miss Edna Ayres, Miss Demarls Graham, Lbidsev Driver, •Emniltt. Wilson, Bill Blackwood, Pete Si.itton, Frank Bell, Kelson Eegraves, Van Elliott, Johnny Schapello, .Junior Doyle, Charles Bov.es, Frank Edrington, William Bnrd Edrington, Mike O'Keefc, ?•;, O. Cartwright, Seymour Rockhart, •Mr._and Mrs. Jcttte B. Driver, all .. Jim Graham, Rookie Elmorc, Miss Evelyn. Geig'er, all of Paragould; Miss Fiances GU- liam, Wade Hallenbeck, both ot Steeie; Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Ray Mann, Jewell arid Willis Jerome, Miss Ruby Grain, all of Wilson; ijiss Jean Williams, Miss Jane Williams, both of Driver; Max Hutchins and R. E. Fendler, both of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal, Henry Melzler, c. R. Moycrs, M.lss Helen Robbs, all cf Jonesboro; Miss Hatlie Mae Gearhart, of Columbus, .Miss.; Mrs.. Julia B. Owen, Miss Kate Bryant and Lmi Williams, all ot Luxora; Miss Jane Cunningham of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford, Gastonia, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. John Cocke of Griffin, Oa. » * » Miss Stevrns Entertains For Sirs. Malcolm Orecnway Miss Martha Frances Stevens entertained with a luncheon showei yesterday tor Mrs. Malcolm Grcen- way, recent bride, at the attractive country home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. M, Stevens. Mrs. Greeinvay wns belore her gave the living room a festive air. | Mr. nnd Mrs. G. i!. Toivnscnd of D. N. Morris wns the installing officer for the Masons and the following were installed: L. c. Miss Mary Lou Troynor ct St. j Mnngnim, Okln., are visiting their Hale, Worshipful Mnsier; ll breakfast guests of Mrs. Berry- coir A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Nichols of Knliiinazoo, Mich., Christmas morning nt the Walls hospital. The baby, wlip weighed six and one half pounds, las been named Sandra Lynn. Mrs. Nichols, who was before her marriage, Miss Lois Nell Stiles, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slllcs, here. * * •, Has Bridge I'ariy. A red color scheme was carried the i Deacon; J. A. Apple, Junior Deaman's mother, Mrs. Aubrey Elliott, and the dinner guests of Mr. Berryman's mother, Mrs. Etta Berry- nitvn. They were joined in Caruthersville by Mr. Berryman's sister, Mrs. Gilbert Hazel of St. Lotils. Mrs. W. T. Obcrst has returned from Jacks:n, Miss., where she spent Ion days with her daughter, Mrs. S, S. Patterson, and family. Miss Marian Tompkins, a stu- al Judson college, Marion, , , oul in the decorations for tile |mr- Aln -- wll ° k spending the holidays ty of Mrs. Jess Homer who had llel ' e wllh lle1 ' Parents, Mr. and the Thursday Dessert club pnvty Mrs - Clll ' ls p - Tompkins, was in yesterday afternoon at her home. Memphis Wednesday. She attend- Besides members of (lie clnli, Clt a luncheon given by Mrs. Rob- Euesls were Mrs. B. F. Brogdon crt c - McCnll'.v for her daughter, Jr., Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Oscav | Marianne, who Is also a student al Bailey, Mrs. Perry Barber, Mrs. ' ago Mr. mid he he s wero Mrs. Norwood, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs, Vick Mann at Marie for the past several months,, left Monday for Cleveland', Miss., vyherc she will visit her son. Mr. and Mrs. R Dye of Memphis, were Sunday guests in the liomc of their, daughter, Mrs. W. S. Turner and family. They relumed home witli idem, and June, their grand— „. _,,.., ^ t ,,. „,,,, <,,,<. CiV( , ct ,_ daughter, remained over for the rc<l lien ot one Yuletide 16 years ago wcek visiting., : when illness prevented the reunion.! Mr - «»d Mrs. J. A. Apple and Mr. and Mrs. Jewie GHIiam and' so ". Wesley, spent thc Christmas MU H n , , (Mrs. E. F. Belt spent Christmas in Mixed flowers decorated Ihe en-1 the home of Mr. and Mrs J J ^ ±'"L n r^ Sf.. 'S" G «'>«>» °< Canithersville.- This and Calvin Williams and Woodraw Mustek, Master of Ceremonies. Following the installation, refreshments were served by the ladies. * * * J Sang Christmas Carols ! Members of the Music Depart; mcnt of the Cooperative Club, nnd friends met and sang Christinas Carols on Friday night of last week. Atter several visits to coun r Si. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson | and children, Betty Jo and Hobby, : of Mariamia, Ark,, spent the holi- j days here with her parents, Mr. | and Mrs. John Giuidy. Mr. Patterson relumed Monday but Mrs. Patterson will remain this week. Harold Harris, Jr., of Wynne, Ark., arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Jack' Langdon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Litzelfelner and s:n of Columbia, Mo., left Tuesday after spending Christmas here with. Mr. Lilzelfelner's parents, Mr and Mrs. H. V. Litzelfelner. Mrs. Ben D.iulton spent Christmas in Nashville, with her parents. Miss Marjorie Jo Randolph left Wednesday for Chicago where she "ill visit with friends before returning to school at Missouri University at Columbia,. Mo.., . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ward, Jr.,! of Memphis spent the holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. Wards sister, Mrs. Maurice Thompson, and his father, Tom Ward, Sr. Miss Mary Ellen Miller of Cape Girai'dcnu left Monday after a visit here with her aunt, Mrs. Chillies Dorroh. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller, arrived, Sunday and accompanied her home. : Among those from Caruthersville who attended a dance In Blylhc- . villc Monday night given by Miss- ' Sonia Phipps, holel-h e'i r c s s granddaughter of the late Ogden Mills nnd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Phipps, 'of New York, will be No. 1 glamor girl of the Florida resorts for 1940, according to the social scribes. Her qualifications include residence at Palm Beach, a good tennis arm, a fondness for dogs, a recent debut and experience al^ grouse hunting in Scotland. Club house where hot at Ihe coffee, the Woman's Club there "• J».MJIMIH», U. Of (iiitr ----••-•".-" ••• .•-^•.ip.jj.j, Ji.5'1 tuy ' "»' I _,-.! ,„„ TJill I 1 •*« \tr Tt .Christmas here with Mrs. Oilliam's Dior's mother, Mrs. E. Born and I""' 1 ., 50 "' ™ |J ' J °' " ml Mrs - W ' H Rhodes, Mrs. Gertrude McElvnln and BUI McElvaln, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stewart a: the parcnls ot a 9',; pound son born Tuesday morning. The baby has been named Robert Alvin. Mr. Stewart is connected with the Coca- Cola company here, and moved ] here about a year ago from Bly- Ihcvlllc. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cook cf Wai- nut Ridge, Ark., spent Christmas, here with their son, Mrs. Langdon. in color. Mrs. Euccue Dickinson wns r^M^^ Mr - ana ^- — »«*" t-i uuiui.g me ciuo members. Guest r-vi^i.i.,,,^ i— i. -,,.._ „„., imi^v ,,,nn... »<-- t? T>-,_.. -.._, prize went lo Mrs. Brogdon. Has Luncheon Club. Mrs. A. G. Little mbsrs of the ccusln, Mrs. Hoyt Hudson, and Mr. Hudson. Miss Helen Robbs, of Jonesboro. recent marriage. . MUa Nadir.e twr-cii Christmas trees arranged on Woodard, daughter of Mr. and I tllhcr side of :he doonvoy which Mrs, E M. Woodaid. was draped with laurel and hung Twenty eight guests .were present lor the luncheon" and shower which was a surprise to -the guest of honor. The gifts she received In with a holly wreath'. In the dining room where the guests had lunch, a crystal and gold footed bowl of amber _ ,.». k'-.i.j -Ji,ii; i^iA.iv.1 u 111 sv«\.< luuicvi UUn i IH niliuEM rtlltl tJic aftcmoon were to be used in j crystal grapes was placed on a Ilf»1T VII fill nt^ '• 1-1 ^ .rl^.i .. . r v. . . . . . • Stale college at Jonesboro. Airs. Hugh Moblcy and small daughter, Beth, arc In Litilc iiock this week, vLsiling In the home of Mrs. Mobley's parents, Mr ami Mrs. J. w. Galbralth. The Rev. C. Norman Oiiicc and Mrs. Oulcc have as their holiday gucsls Dr. and Mrs. W. c. Bullininn and daughter. Mary, Miss Marie Eaglchart and Mini of Con way. Ark., Mr >„,„ Opal Tale-have- returned lo their I Mrs. Percy Uarr, and daughter work here after spending the holi-!Mary Lcc. ot Atkins Ark the' days with their parents. Mr. .-.ml [ Rev. John A. Guicc of Kansas Mrs. w L. Eagleharl and E. A. City. Mo.. Norman Unlcr or the Tntc. of Del). | University of California, Kcrkcley, B. B. Nally has relumed to his'Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. h« kitchen. Isold tc/lfctor for the cc"nter ci"lh'ci homei " Hoi Springs after Inuringjoulcc cf Hot Springs. Tlic'inner E l _?*' , w oodard presided [ table. Miniature Christmas trees j^ 1 ^ lll ° holidays here with his;couple departed tor their |, 0 nie over the punch bowl in the rtinin; altemating with poinsetlias dcco-1 Daughter, Mi-s. B. J. Allen, and room. The. hostess and her mother rated the mantel In tiie librr.iy.i fniniI 5'- were assisted in serving by ji rs . 1 PoinseUte were also in each win- """ B. S. Simmons. Mrs. E:irl Majors] Mrs. Charles Armstror.j, Miss Kathryn Gill, Miss Buriine Brinn and Miss Josephine Shibley. Making the lace draped dining table colorful was a huje red be- .gonia flanked by cream candles in double candelabra A silver bowl Pf fruit was used for the centerpiece of the buffet. Vases of Christinas greenery and red berries and miniature Chr'sl- ™ as ,. trt: , cs added a seasonal touch to the living room ahilc bloomlnz plants derated the hall where the gifts uere arranged on a table Mr Greenway assisted his bride in opening the gitts dow. High score prize in the games went to Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr and second high to Mrs. Pollard. Miss Elirabclh McLean will rc- turn from Memphis tomorrow nf- bus, On., arrived Sunday u, „,. ,„,. tcr haviiiB been n visitor in that; houscgiiest ot Dr. and'MIS. j N. "•IJ - .InTin^n -iiirl OuiMitln T^.^...- r.,_ ._ Monduy, and t)ie rest niaincd over for n longer visit. Miss Dorothy Alford of Colum» lie the Hold Noble Is Scene of parly '.., T1 it Kot ^ "oWe was «'* W\c' wilted of the Thursday Conlract club party yesterday Afternoon at which At The Hospitals Hlylheville Hospital Mrs. Victor Hyde and baby Gasnell. dismissed. . Walls Hospital W. S. "Pete" Barnes, admitted. Miss Glenora Wyse, city, admlt- :d. Travis Young, Catron, Mo dismissed. ' Memphis Methodist UOMiilal B, C. Bailey, Csrathersvlllo, :«t- | milled. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. [returned last night from plrfa where they spent thc holiday: Jerome, Quentlu Jerome. -She licnic Hie latter part ted. I Mrs. a. w. Lawrence, Stcclc, nd- Mrs O, \V McCutche'n. was hostess Lillian Sholes. Fowler, all of Truman, Ark., and I Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Mallory nnd I daughters, Mary and Martha, or' Jackson, Tcnn., were visitors at thc home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stcplian and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes" and Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Barnes and daughter, Judy, of Kennett visited I here Monday with relatives. Mr. antl Mrs. John Asher and daughter, Miss Peggy, mid Mr. and Mrs. J;hn Ashcr, Jr.. of Washington. D. C.. visited from Sunday until Tuesday in Fnrmington, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ashcr left for their home In Washington Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wilson and daughter. !x>rcnc, of this city were guesls Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ray in Krniictt! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ncathery left Wednesday morning for their home in San Amctiio, Texas, after spending Christmas holidays here with Mrs. Nclhcry's brother, C. E. Watson, and Mrs. Watson. age cf 12 lie discussed the niiUlt-ra pf religion with the best Informed of Jem'sh religious leaders. They ought to have been proud of Jesus, whc-n ns a young man who had already begun His ministry He returned to His home town and, going into the synagogue which He d been accust:med to attend, taught them with words of wisdom. They were, in fact, astonished at His teaching; but,, far from rejoicing that one of their own town should bo so remarkable, they resented Ills words and all that Ho riid with t)i e contemptuous questioning that small town people often have for the products of genius in their own communities, especially before Hie young geniuses have attained fame. These people in Nazareth were not, after all, very much different from the people In other communities. Instead of accepting Jesus for what He was and glorying in the fact that so unusual n. youth should have come among them, they were scornful. They said: "Is not this the carpenter's son? is not his mother called Mnry?" They referred also to His brethren in a passage that gives us greater information than we have elsewhere about thc family and licme life of Jesus. These people of Nazareth made the common mistake o£ judging from- outside appearances. ..They had tilings all defined nnd labeled in their own minds, and when something outside the range oi their experience and ideas happened they did not know how to judge its real worth. * * * It is n great gift, to be able to appreciate men and events for what they are, without some de-' tcrrnining label. The man who attains to conspicuous character and fame is not great because the world recognizes him; he is great because of what he is and what he does. It is a sad saying in our lesson that Jesus, the great won- iN'ew Kusincss Classes Open Jan. 1st Shorthand, BfloMcepinf, Typing Mi's. L. M. Burnctte 1010 Hcarn Wwiic 821-\V FRIDAY 300 GO.On REASONS V why you should attend Selected shorts SATURDAY Henry Goes to Arizona , with Frank Morgan .irluoii & Serial "Phantom Crecjib" SUN. & MON. _ ParamountNews & Come ay "&. J? Fri. & Sat. WYOMING OUTLAWS The Three M , jarloon & Serial "l^i( Care.on. SUN. & MQN, Fov News & Copied}- LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. —12:15 p.ra.—"1:30 p.m. Phone'Ritz 2SM Phone Roxy 333 !tfr. and Mrs.'Don Burton have . r , rf p w , returned home after spending the , \™ R W'«>M, mid then ,i : , 11Rh . Christmas holidays In Ucll wltli tricr .', Mll . t >' f™'"**, «"d E c W,ul- c ri ., . ,Mrs. Burton's parents Mr and , ' wln lpavc Sunday (or New ' ' Mrs. Wallace Eaglehart. Mrs. Alice Wcinack has return- rrt from Equality. III., where she- Orleans, where thoy the Sugar Bowl game. lUtcnd Cliuide 55haw of Hol< omb MJ« — -,..,. ... j , .11., «*n-n^ .'lt>- , . •**! .«. 1(1", L%|I.>\, spent the holidays with her sts-| v ' sllcrt tr|cnd» In \V!ls;n \\vdncn- Icrs. , riny- enroutc lo school In Indinn- "Pete" Barnes has been . . rcmovprt lo Walls hospital for, w " h llis . l»reuts. " siicndiiig th c holidays - lo tiie member 1 ) and. four - ''* '• " l - W M a, houbcguest writer, Christopher Latham Sholes, was - 1 , the v.-orl<J 1 f firet typist. Her father treatment. He will undergo a blood M '" s - E(l Williams'of Avmorel vis- transfusion today. His condition i( c<i in the lipinc oi uer mulUcr 01 1 Is considered serious. i Mrs. Baixla Anderson over md Of Mrs. p. B Joyner, Mrs B A capital letters. the machine vvrolo only Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baush Christmas holidays, have reluuied Iroai Farmington, : Miss Ma vie. Coicmau, is hero lor Mo., where they fpetil several day.,. « viiit.. with her i-lbtcf, MI i r { rv to r . ' ot Utbbock. Tex., returned lirst oi thc year where IF A COLD h.is Riven you a miserable sore throat, here's how lo relieve the suffering. DOTHJSNOW-Mcft ,1 small lump of V.ipoUub on your .longue and feel the comforting medication slowly trickle down your throat— bathing the irritated membranes —bringing blessed relief where you want it, when you want it. DO THIS TONlOKr— Uub throat, cltcsi with VapoRub. Us long con-- tiivuccj pouiticc-audivapor action (opa-ns pti'.cgni, idievcs. irritation, 54^ igugli" f ~ - ~ '- • ing, invites _ _ sleep. T VAPORUB /^OJ- ; f?i - * t Ea,*^xX*ts i. ^,« It seems you can't even be a "peasant" in Hollywood without achieving that super - colossal touch. Screen slar Belle Davis, at the recent Motion Picture Guild Party, wore this fur-jacketed outfit, described as a "peasant costume." Shock ttcstorcs Lest Voice' SYDNEY. N. S. (UP) — Three years ago. Raymcnd MacDonal.rt. 23. lost his voice in an automobile accident. Today he can talk again, physicians believe that hemorrhages shocked paralyzed nerves baclc into action. REMEMBER LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia Mobiloil and Mobilgas Now Ufanagcti by Walter Cox, Jr. and E. M. Murray See Us For ' Anti-Freeze!"'' "'^•y ''£* fe«s&& *• ^ •VJL mm>m&^;mmm^

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