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PAGE TWO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1030 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Woriien [New and Novel Appointments Lift February Bridge Party Above the Commonplace Affair Social Calendar Mrs. Farnsworth Black Is having the Wcilneidiy Bridge club. The 'Night Bridge club and a number ot guests are to be entertained by Miss Carolyn Pride. The P. E, O. Is meeting wltli Mrs, H. A, Smith at 2:30 J'clock. Thursday The girls o fine Queen Esther class of the First Bsptlsl. chiircli will hold an important, class m;c'.- ing at 3:45 o'clock. Mrs. Byron Morte Is having the Thursday club. Mrs. A. Comvay is hostess to thu Mid-week club. The Two Table club Is meeting with'Mrs. Charles Partlow. The United Daughlers of Con lederacy is meeting at tiie hone of Mrs.- M. Fitzsinimons when Mesdames W. I. DJIHOII, W. T. Obcrst and J. H. Smart will also be hostesses. Mrs. W. T. Oboril will be leader of ft program on "Colonial South." Friday .The Dorcas Sunday telrol class of the First Baptist church will meet at ihe home of Mrs. O. M. Mack, 123 West Davis avenue, H,»s Prcsram Mtcllng. The program meeting of the Street Methodist church mission- iry society was held at Ihe horn- of Mrs. T. E. Belotc Monday aftor- noon with Mrs. W. J. LcRoy r.s leader. These numbers made up the vn- rlsd program: song, "Jesus Call Us"; scripture reading. Math. 6:21 30, Mrs. Ivcrson Morris; sons "Gratitude"; plcno solo, M?j. Hen rterson Hall; talk of settlcmen •work, Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, talks annual meeting of the woman' missionary council, Mesdames L. L Oay, J. W. Maloney. H. T, Rylje C. A. Adams, Herman Davis tin, W. J. Lojan; vociil duet, Meidami' O. J. Rcdgers and W. J. LcHoj "Every Prayer Will Find its An swer." Tliu hosless. Mcsdnmes H., E LaShot and T. E. Belotc, served plate : hmch of sandwiches, cai and coffee to the 23 members ai the pastor, the Rev. W. J. LeRoy who were present. Daughter Bain. A daushter trns born to Mr, an Mrs. E. H. Orook at their homo i the New Liberty -community Sun day morning. The baby, who cd seven aud a halt pounds, ho been named Mimic Lou. Mlnlcoiry Talks'. ^^ The Rev. T. J, Gamble, mlssioT ary to Poland, was the prlnelp: speaker at (he rptogranV of the wu man's missionary society of tl First Methodist church Monday a£ ternoon. He'dljciisscd the mlssloi ary work in Poland and at tl Eamc lime commented upon tl women's work here making it po: sible for them to carry out the holies and plans. The 40 members present a! heard.their pastor, P. Q. Rorie. in a brief talk and Mrs. W. I. Denton, president, introduced the missionary. For music, the songs "Help Somebody Today" and "Onward Christian Soldiers" were used preceding these special, selections: reading "Let Somebody Else," Mar- .jorie Warren; violin number, Woodrcw Fisher accompanied by R. N. Hill jr.: musical "Grandmothers Valentine," Mis: Winifred Goodrich accompanied oy Mlss Carolyn Haley. The hostess served meat salad and coffee.' * * • To Have Play The play "Happy School Days." to be' staged by the Sudbury grammar school Parent-Teacher association Friday. February 21, pioniUes to be an interesting entertainment lor those who like amusing home- talent performances. The 25 characters include a number of prominent citizens being directed by Mrs. R. F. Kirsimcr president cf the P. T. A. nnd ar- Fricassee of Lamb Caw's Choice For Next Sunday's Ditinei- Menu ,\ •*M' : iH 1: i! it:i::i:i::i >::;:: •-•' Slede Society—Personal Osear of the Waldorf (right) suutrvlses IV preparation cf Fricassee of Lamb EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is tho. cqunrc pieces, sprinkle salt and inerm which Oscar of the WaUtort,'. llcur over, and, brown Sn'ti little writing for Courier News end NKA Service, suggests for your next iunday dinner. Hot Canape of Anchovy Haste on Toast Vegetable Soup Fricassee ol Lamb , Spinach in Cream Hashed Brown Potatoes Grapefruit Salad with nob Wjll icturned Wedncs-.l.iy night from Memphis where lie ha'-, been on Lns'mcss. Mrs. L. W. Weaver was shopping in Blytliivlllc Thursday afternoon. • Mrs. Max Kctley Is very ill wil'.i an attack ol the flu. Mis. J. F. Vick spent last we?k end lu Cooler with her ton, Earl. Guy A. Bowcn and J. A. Travli ami son G. G. left Wednesday foa Thayer, Mo., where Mr. B-.wen h considering a business location. I Mrs. Charlinc Lewis returnt-',' . S&lurcUy alter a visit wilh lie: mollicr-in-la-A', Mrs. Lewis, tit ijadocio. Mrs. G. H. Workman has ns her BUCHl Hits week, her mother, Mr;. J. N. Barnes of Portaceville. Miss Auclry Barnes visited riilii- tlvcs In Carulhcrsvllle Sunday. A. U Abernalliy is In Memphis: | this week on business. ', Mljs Mlenion Vlck rMurnec! home Sunday after an extended I visit with her sister In Bayhalia, 1 Miss. j Mrs. Maude Miller of Qupa Gk- j urdeau is visiting her son, C. E. i Miller, here this week. Slrt Mlchle motored to Memphis i Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hally, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Smltli; Mia: Bethel Hally, Baxter Southern, Marvin Turner, and Ollm Stand| field attended the basketball game French Dressing Coffeil siM oS Lamb Cut the breast of n liunb into Frank k-cnd ' with Miss Q , „ , butter. Phice them In a stcwpan with a sliced onion and a llulc • wauv. ami simmer until, the bones, w,U slip out wily. Take the lamb (r is a cU;l to mess e out, remove the teles slra n he . Mr _ aud Mrs liquor, and p:ur off the fat. Boll . . urnc ., Tuasdav from the liquor over wna. put In ihci ^ meal with a lit: e salt, and «Ppei.| Ulo and stew lor a little white longer, , Kathleen h '' ot hlsnl Lnnlsvllle "atod to c | ltsni - H [ al |,,, Mrs Mhinlc Zatael . ,, ged to serve, lid diEh, Ihe circles rf Ihe Woman's Auxiliary ot the Vlrsl Presbyterian church in the meetings Monday nf- leinocn and evenings. In qll of Ihe r.i'ternoon circles, the devotional wn!, on. the theme-, "Not. Dkoucdl- cnt to the Heavenly Vision" ns re- ccrded in Acts 20:13-32. At circle 1 when Mrs. R. F. Kirshner was hostess, there wcre 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. J. L. Thompson of Memphis, a f.-rmcr member, present. Mrs. By- itm Morso led the devotional and lev the program, Mrs. Tom Sc- coy was In charge with Mcsdumcs I 'Ihomar nnd R. S. Molt assisting' Utr. The second group hurt n luncheon at the home of Mrs. Marion A. Bcggs when Mesdames H. A. Smith, S. E. Vail und Boscr, were Irstesscs to the 22 members and fcur visitors, Mrs, Jnplin of Cain .kicrsvllli!, Mo., MnL vail, sr., o! Kansas City, Mrs. Paul Smith, C. Terrc Haute, lud., and Mrs. George R. Crockett, president cf the auxiliary. Mrs. Roy Walton then add one quart of peas, and; yeniSi V vife of L. W. Zahner of ihi. clmmcr 'or 15 minutes. When ready' city, died at her home on luin the meat'onto a! 61 February 3 (it 5:30 p. m. SI.e i lias been In bad health for over a year, her death bslng due to n:- bcrculosis. Funeral services v.erc held at the Church of Christ We:!- t nesday, Feb. 5 at 10 a. m. itaklcs -.1 i wide circle ol friends she leaves 11 her husband, two daughters. Adoi;; ! and May-Bell, two sons, Archie J i and Henry. Interment, was nv.ulj • lu Mt. Zlon cemetery. Misses Sing Dugear. Bernlta Is'.ey Bits of News Mostly Personal i white things, inexpensively—crepe pattern. midway Notes ' LUXORA, Route One—W. u. Woolrldge, Mr. Mattlock; Gus Mc- Ooughtn and Lexle Johnston were visitors in Blythevlllc Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill called en Collin Dugan and family of Luxora Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard of Luxora visited G. W. Stanford and family Sunday. Mr. and 'Mrs. A, J. Hill. Frank Lin and Casey Jones were visitors in Blj'theville Tuesday. John Conley Is 111 with influenza. Mrs. Grace McFadden visited friends In Caruiheisville, Mo., ui\ Thursday. Mrs. Walter' Woods entertained ihe Luxora "Red Aces" v.'lth n h:t lamalc supper Friday nlsht. Claudia Raymond Smith and Miss Eihna Clartlc Dunna\vay were married Friday night- at the lionu of the Rev. A. J. Hill. They were accompanied bv Ed Smith. James Hudson, and Miss Viola BUvlock. Merrill Conley shopped in Lr,:;- ora Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill visited friends in Osceola Friday, llurrahi "f can't remember t::c vvcntj >ti thai new song," said Ihe yi;-!, re- Uiriiiup from the show. "That makes it easier," . answered her father. "Now all y.iu'v got to do to make lioni'j hanpy n o forget the tune."—Tit-Bits. Tho "tuil" table, Illustrated above, is a new novelty for bridge p«r- Ucs. Here the heart motif li born-; out in sandwiches, candy, cards, as] tables .different basis ; for decorations 'and guests may cut cards to find at which table they will partake of refrrsll- metils. France sends novel round l>Wyiii|f carts, like the king of ii»cl« {shown upptr right. At rlshl: A combination luii'ii cloths and napkins with black anil while checked borders and sln.s.swarc which has a motif. of narrow Mark i-trlpcs h slriklng. By.JULIA BLAN'CHAKl) "NKA Hrr»ICf Wrllcr NEW YORK—Fcbrimiy Is an ideal month fur a hostjss lo put herself across as a de luxe entertainer. There are so many holidays to Inspire- one. And such colorful TEI1S HE EDI RID OF PILES Suffered 20 Years and Tried Everything. Couldn't . Work . . Miss Martha Reynolds, of Little' nllrt Floy( i gm iii, an d otho May Rock, has arrived for an extended J n ] Q[ ored to Memphis Sunday. vlsll her aunl tmd uncle, Mr. and littlo and Mrs. Welch. Mrs. LaFayette May , Ln Fcti-ri, of Mon •s. Richard Yurbro lor « fc.v T. May, formerly with thai t^-n «»• Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller have moved Into the home of Mr. 'nn:i Mrs. Newberry Johnson. J. J. Fields and family have moved to Blylhcville.' Gnston Ellis returned Wednesday nt from Texas where !ic has transact!!!!; business. Edward Frakes, formerly of this Suit-able Decorations Lace Is not so good as if tifere Is one party that has Paper clothes and napkins, five and j plainer things for bridge parties, ciyii'g n-d of meticulous care In tcl1 c e«t store cards, scores and | but if you want lace sets, they ar; i's planning, it is the bridge party, other gadgets. If rich, you can have : lo be had, too. It so easily becomes Just like every b'om own cards made in black and Suit-able oilier bridge party. A mere resolve ! white wllh yoi:r favorite Scotty's | A. rather : unusual' plan for re;o lift yours into the "different''! silhouette on the back and. all your ', freshments is to have tables- ac- class may be all the stimulus' you I other table accessories gone doggy j cording to .different sutls. . one a need. Such a resolve should send 1 you scouting garne counlers, linen, china and crystal departments and make you reconsider lr:e good old cook-book Ihat you may have nes- lecled loo long. Lee Wilson Lumber company, has aecopled a position ns manager or the E. C. Robinson Lumber company at Charleston. Judge George . W. Barham P.. E. Cooley attended to business Misses Tlielma Patterson. Orphln city and now ol Hrngy City, died Fiulay, Jan. 31. lie is survived by Fnttik Hnisor. 1 one daughter, Mrs. analnnd son Ellery. in. Osceola yesterday. Everett B. Gee Is in Dallas, lex., 1 Hubyc Hinchcy for (i brlcl business trip. He expec'.s i Dodd were Mae. Plummer, Churlcne Lipscom<!, the -nnd Sun'clay to vclnrii home tomorrow. Miss l.urcne Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Jimm!e Robcrlr, | Mrs. Sam Hrmira has returned and shadowy. heart table, another a club, . the For. linen, there are chic new i others; diamonds and spades. You Irish linen bridge sets, modernis- can get sandwich cutters to make tically striped or banded in sharp contrasting black. And to be exceedingly smart, why not use crys- Amiolntmenis .'have majic to! tal dishes instead of china? Ths (urn the de luxe trick. How about > new cryslal offers voguish modern a shadow bridge parly, one com- entirely ol black-while dcc- oratlons, score pads, cards, lallics, Cl-ups for rulresinnents? In Black and White II you are in modest circumstances, yon can buy cute black and Blytlicvllle were in Stsele Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ray Marshall, Harvey Hasting and Hoi motored to Collin.sville, 111., lo visit Mrs. Liilher Palk. things in clear white.glass on setback anil other contemporary bases. Some of the smartest are- those (hat are svplly rounded, with black bases and black stripes. Cards themselves can give you the uue to chic for your specific France sends the smarts'. your designs, for each - table and also cake pans for each,. Candies and even olshes are to £5 .. the different suit shapes. And me very latest tiling to go carcl-y is good old lump sugar. It comes now in the. cutfcsv little hearts, cluus, spades and diamonds and you cai separate it so each .suit table has I its insignia in the shape of sugar. I Even bridge prizes now can be appropriately wiapped in card rio- bon. This is satin ribbon wilh the SIMPLE HOME REMEDY WORKED LIKE MAGIC party. cards, liistead"of"rectangularrthat'j B^UI and handsome, some cheaper new novelties, In "round ! card figures printed on it. Some is M,- ™,i M™ ln themselves are stimulating and and just as effective. You may not Itmic? Bur on ">sc1natln<r. " you want the usu-1 want to spend much money on your lii i „ H J I ai shaped card, they can-be had in; bridge game. Bui a lour of dcpan- iped card, they all kinds ot new designs. Moslem mciit stores' game counters an<l ones arc coloriul, polka dotted ; bridge specialties is well worth ins and son, Carl, spent Sunday and was leader of the'devotional and i Monday In Memphis as guests oi the program was given by Mrs. H. M r =;... Robcns ' Elstcr ' Mrs ' Hu ' il1 Luttrell hns gone I; A, Smil.h. Mr;. J. E. Bell cntcrtnlnert cir- Kulhvnn. Ermnn niter nn extended visit v.-ith relatives In Paductili, Ky. Miss Msry Newl Carr was th° Sunday guest of Allen Fields of ! Blytlieville. Mr. and Mrs. T. "I. Bint* were dent supporter tion. Proceeds will Memphis where he will consult .. ' " i ones in red and white arc jaunty, j trip. H may give you a lot ol idea-i CttTU.WCll 1\'CWS A'OteS I demure Godey's Ladies Book ladies j on how lo use what you alreaciy Mr. Mrs. J. E. Brewer nml ' i spent len days buying spring ,' summer slock lor their fh:p. W. M. Hlnlon who Ins u:en here Don and Jack Chamblln, sons of 1 'or the past Iwo weeks, rclurr.ert to of Hie organi?a- by group for Ihe benefit of Ihe schosl and Its pupils. • « * Rcivci-Tart A marriage licence was issued yesterday lo Miss 'Ruby_.M?.e Tart and Mr. Grady C. Henves, both cE this city. • * • M;ijsrs-James Miss Gladys James ami Mr. Her. berl. Majors obtained a marriage license here Monday. 7 oclocK, was entertained by Mrs. Miss Ray Shirley look Mr. and Mrs. Brewer's son, Jimmy, lo Memphis lor operation by an car specialist. Friday, Feb. 7. Floyd Eubanks and Miss Gladys Zohii;n were married Tuesday, Feb. reflect the more polite era we are now entering, and Ritzy vnono- cards carry a subtle 4 by Judge Harrison in his office here. The Baptist Women's Missionary society met Tuesday, Feb. 4. at the treshmcnls. Cards ^iiuilllieu lurud LdMJ tl &UUI.U; au\j- *>.*,,.., w, gestion of your Importance, whicli I tertainer. really never hurts a hostess. j A Zoological Mode ! Animal cards arc new and wil!i I dogs at one table, cals at another. . wilder animnls at a Ihird, it have in the way ol bridge linens rind so on and still make an ef- lective bid for being a de luxe en- "1 suffered with' piles for twenty years and could not get relief tin- til I read in the paper about the;:: Colac Pile Pills you take int:rnal- ly. They are marvelous," enthusiastically declared W. D.'. Fox, 'a well known farmer of, ill. Jacli- son, Va. "My stomach felt nii£ci-abla..an-:l the piles woula come acwn.so. bad they felt big as my fist and hu.\ 60 bad I c^uld nol sit down or wn!k but thanks to Golac Fife Pilb... l;i: free at last of that awfiil'^tronU-'. I couldn't believe Ihat pills yc.; Ewaliowetl at meal time wculd )i-0n piles in such a siior. timo bin after ihe first two closes I c^ul'J see I was getting better. I'll gladly tell anybody what they did for inc if they write and you can use- my name all you want to," continued this man." Thousands of ether.-. say the same. No cue should suffer another clay or bather with nnsty selves or stippcsiio.-ies. Doctors endorse this new inlcinp.l way. Harmless and quick. If reader d:_ sirr-s to try Colac Pile IM!!s. b;:y a b;tlle of local dntggis'.. or send 75c lo Colac Chemical Co., Brenl- wccd. ild.. for regular Intll3. full directions, postage paid, by return mail. Results guaranteed or money back "by this nationally l:n:w:i concern. Adv. cnt were Mrs. Mabel Wi-.lts .Mrs Jim Webb, Mrs. mlck, Mrs. George R. Crockett M:i. C. M. Gray, and Mrs. M;ir- 10:1 A. Boggs. Attcr Mis. McCVr- m!ck had led the ilcvotlcnal seriously frcm spinal tcciny. W W, Hollipelfr Is altenita: io bnilvitss iif Osccc-la t-:dny. , t-«na Hie v-ist week. Mrs Button, mother of -Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Knnry oi C.iiro, III., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. her home with an attack of (lu. Mervin Plummer has been visit- in parts of Arkansas nnd Ala- home of Mrs. J. M. Seaborn, wilh Mrs. Seaborn ami Mrs. R. S. Davidson as Joint hostesses. • Dr. D. A. Parker and W. E. Brewer took Mr. Berry's son, Larry, to \" . "'' Dr. Ramsey at Jonesboro for an I - possible to work out some ingenious circus decorations ami re- wit h one's fa- vorile sixirt decorating them are good right now. and aviation playing cards are timely. Any 1 ,,. i> n Hlr lype of cauls chosen can be match- ; UI 1 -" LI1L ed up in tallies and oilier acres- j BI5HE5SEOTHIS UBIII IE! TUP IIKCK ii.m icci uie ucvoticnal on ; ncylc Henderson, was inhrn to n C.iiro, III., vistti •Stewnrdship" or GcdV; Ov.'nenhip j Memphis hospital l:<1.iy in :i Cabb Ksuiry Sunday, cf All riihiEs.' Mr;. Uogi;s was InU nl bulancc. She has been ill lor A. B. Rhodes cl:nrge cf the program. ,\*. loreiRu s cmc lime. Mr. and Mrs. Hentl- in St. Louis at Kcllcr-Sraronty The inarrlnEe of Miss Mae Ma- rcnay and Mr. Robert C\ Kellrr. bcth of Carnthersvillc. to^k p'ace . , , -"-^-i,.. aLUlU UIIIU. I'* 1 • "liv. .». illusion secretary, she presented the! crson accompanied her. mtrcduction to the xck VThc Church of Christ iii China'.and Mrs- C. M. Gray s , lm . :r.tr!zcd the bD:k .w;th a lilk iliu clratcd wilh posters. A sell denial i cllering was taken. I lu all circles dchc;ou.i ivtrcsh-l spent the iUH week lriidiu; ,lo IMI-.IIICSS. Mr. and Mrs. !'. S. P.iync wcr.-- '__ ; the Monday dinner guests ;>[ Mr. Local Frigidaire Man ri7n nzc MEMPHIS. Telin.. Feb. 11. Mrs. Frank Wllmiaii '. iiitliersvlllc. ' Mr. anil Mrs. Irby UIIM , in llaytl Sunday. | Willis Allen transacted -, in Scualh Friday. ol visited were served. Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Allen Msilcrt ^..^ ^ ^ _ operation on Larrys ear. , j(c|y vflricd and handsomc 110K _ The G. A.'s met Saturday. Feb. I Thl , r( . nre hand-blocked chiffon 3. at the home of Miss Berniln £( , ts for t j lc overly dainty hostesv Promise Land I __ ,,...^. There was Sunday sr :oni at ho liere yesterday with' Justice' E.'"D.' r ''°misc l^and church d i: mi a y I venlion here, when Walker performing the ceremony. ~ " ' " • morning. Mrs. J. H. Ball ami ckiiwhtrr. Tn Cchbralt Ftvmucrs I>ay (K'Jivie, sjieut Staf.mi»y «ti.-'.nJc.u There will be a Fcundcr.-; D.iy Wllh Mrs - Nora Frjiler. program given Wednesday, alier'-l Mrs - "enry Nipjicr and Mrs. W. •neon. 3 o'cl.-ck, by the ' Parent-' ]'• -Williams called on Mrs. Walter Teacher association ot the junior i t ';* ;u )iig:i sclicol. Every motlicr ol f.'. '-Usses Saturday Thelm.i LHile C'.gnllion ns one of t'rigidair:- cor-; priallon's culstandtng salr;.pir:i in j n niylhcvir.c Sunttiy. the enlire United States «a< given Mr. and Mr?. Lrstcr A. R. Treadway of Blylhcv::'.i>. Ark. announce the arrival ot r. : tcciny, at the annual icgiciul con- bnby girl, torn Monday. 'I lie «L\S called taby will answer lo thi- to the platform and was prcMitctl Peggy, wilh $50 In geld, ' -sonny Hoy." nn.Ol 5.; Av.drilim: ot c-alesn-. ( -:i's ;vi:'.cs an rl Mrs. !3ous Bivciis. i and introduction ol nv.i- products load to recovery after a : wrrc hisli spots of the r.:uu:u;on ncs*. nl which speakers ttiuck an ciiti- ,\. J. Ovr-rlurl (ran..,u-;«i lm?i- ini-itlo nclc for 1930. i\mn::g ihe nrrs in Cape Glr»rdi-aii Fiiday. ncu- <levelo\)incnts in clcclric re- j. M. Clark is visir.ii.; his son. •,]junrt ycuiiE n-.i t'rc vcic lli- Colhns. The Iwrber shop oi W. A. Gun- • nin.^v.m was broken into sum? , time Wednesday ulslU. Nothing was taken, so far as is known. SMI Or.iber, formerly bl Cardwell. nuw ol Kennctl. wiis nurrlcti last Sunday in St. Ixiuls to Mis? Martarcl Silvcrsteln of SI. Louis. Mr. Ornbcr is connected with the Grabcr Chain Stores. Horn Thursday. Feb. G. to Mr. nnci -Mrs. L. H. Callins. n' girl. The Methodist Women's Missionary society met Thursday. Feb. C, at the home of Mrs. M. Bishop. Mr. anil Mrs. A. D. Baug|m. Mrs. Lolly? Orr and Mrs. Florence B. Sliced are enrolled in the extension class at Pnragould, Ark. Mrs. Gccrgc Taylor was carried . lo the hospital at Paragould, Ark.. student in this Echo:! is cordially :Eavls called on Ethel Mac Wll-j Irigerntion p.-cscnlMl wore a hyilia- D. I. Clark ol Ihis ciiy invlled to attend. Refreshments I "\' lls Sunday. .will be served and Uie program i ' llr ,- an d Mrs. Ira UjiS.s:m SIKH! promises lo be of'interest. jtunany wii'n Mrs. Uiekwn's p.n- Such a meeting is held once each year to pay tribute to the founder of P. T. A., 'Mrs. Theodore enls. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. p. \\ n Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krai Hlllspcn: Sunday at the home ^' r5 - J ' R - Godwin. use. . V.r. and Bttney, who organized the grcupi 23 years aso. Today, it is one ef ! . Mr - and. Mrs. Jmi Gurlfy an.i the strongest organizations ;f MJ c'.nldrcn and Mr. and .Mrs. Murray kind In the Unites. States with : s l -'* p a r t »l>5"t Sunday wilh Mr. an.i more than 20,000 units with over i Mrs. Waller Stcorl. 1,350,000 members. i Walter S'cwarl ai:d Will wil- • • * Hams visited in Blyl':cvll!» Satuv- Cirelts Slndy HUsions I dsy. ; "Ihe Glorious Adventure of Mis- Mrs. Canhack Lovru is seriously • tlcns" -vias the subject taken up In 'U at the Blytht-vlllo hospiui. years."— TIt-BHs. tor, for freshening vegetables: two Mrs. Ray Pinkston h.i> re: '.rued new compressors and two :i?cs ot nfter a visit in Mornia^uke. Ark. ccmnierclal rcirlgcrnlnr cabiiscu. It Friends ol Miss Alice Kmiili will wns announced that there are now regret to hear of her havu:? lo more than 1,3000,000 Fvijidaircs in indevgo an opora'.ion (or appendi- in Ihe Baptlsl Memphis Tueeday. Thr« Vcars cf H : Cecil Brown visited ir. Mc.upliii "Your mistress tells me. j.m:. Monday. that you wish to leave IH ;o be-' Mrs. Ge-rraid llrookv :';-.;r::.d'la come "attendant at a luunur. a;,,- her home in clcv?h:i<1. M-.^.V. , ( [UM him nf all places! What makes a short visit hcrr \vi;l-. n.irr:::- Mr, you think you'll like it. Whit ex- and Mrs. Thomas I. B.-.v's-. ; (::rience have you had?" I A. K. Bcckhain madi- .. iji.-nv.-s.- Well, sir. I've bocn hc:o thrc: trip to Memphis 1hi:;Mi.i>. J. L. Stanley and Vc:cv t:i-,.;li o! colored ones In handkrechlef imprinted linrn In unusual flower ricsign, hand-blocked linen in mndcinlstfc ralher fantaslic For Rheumatic Aches and Pains Kheumalic p.iinf>, neuralgic headaches. and aches accompany)!!" colds yield almost Instantly to Capudtnc. Being liquid . it nets much quicker than tablets or powder,". is easy on 'the slomach aud contains no narcolics. Capudinc relieves by soolhing the nerves. Has been used over 30 years— 1\ Irue and Iricd remedy. 3Cc and 60c botlles at drug stores. of New- Hair Tonic l>r.m:;hc(t the Diimlruff and Gray Hairs Arc I5;itk lo Youthful Color Now Hits READ HER DELIGHTED STOKYTOLDliERSELE "It was really embarrassing tj] be not over Ihtily years clti and; have gray hair and i'.cliy annoying dandruff. II was causing my hair to cciub uui by the Inudfiil and into my niglil 50 rcalp sparingly' ever, obtained quick rc=.ull3." Emiday mornlns by Ihe Riggs am- . _. (adv.) bulance. CON WAV—According to plans) dcre'.cprtl by Hie departments of :.-lciicc n:id geography, the campus of the State Teachers College two years hence will have en: T morei cpcclinenr. cl the 150 varieties ol trees native to Arkansas. The inulpus nlrcadv has 60 varieties and 50 will b; added each year. FROM WEAKNESS my .scalp seemed itchy all the time." dry writes and Mrs. Gray, whose picture apprarr. on continued Mrs. George Cray, cf Alexandria, Minn. Anyone may obUiin the rauir results nandrufl and gray h;i!r., are not at all Uie fashion in t'.w,: Ihe richt. "Then 1 irarnecl about! hustling times. Be belter grc, m?cl Lea's Ha! r Tonic nnd it is noth- a nd kee;> young Icoking if yen Ing shorl of a miracle what it d:d for me. Four.boUles and a weekly fhampno their powder did wish to forge ahead scclal'.y or in business. No one need be designated as Ihe gray halrc;! party 11. The first, bottle ir.adc such a' any more. Obtain a bctlie of your wonderful iniprovemcnl I kept en!druggist, or send SI to Lea Tcni: and today my scalp is as healthy Co., Brentwccd, Md., for-bottle rc- as c.-.u be. Not a bil ol dandiuff turn mall if store "iiosn't it y;'.. any more and ycu should have seen Results guaranteed satistr.clcry. in the gray hairs go back to its for- six weeks or mcncy .refunded 0:1 mer col:r as a girl. I rubbed it I demand. . . Adv. Tablets Relieves a Headache or Xcur.il^i.x in 30 minnlcs. checks a Cold llic lirst rlny. and checks Malaria In ll:rcc da>s. 663 also in Liquid. innslion. «* •-!f oi:--''. Ir llr. BOND'S K .ind H .: n prrF^pTirn intpfl*!- •fiT'lr ] ' or '"flimTlRt'oii OT irri1«- '.•utliisic pffcflJ aft Wunlly Wt vi'.}in .1 few h«irf. Pr. HOXII'S K nnd I! i> a time-tcstM EUccfrftuI^ yrcscrir- I'nn anfl contain? special lnmilirv« ?>',';', c ?. n!v 'iVfUJnT 1 r»Mr*H '7< AiV!—Atlv" ' Sold In Blytlieville, Ark., by Robinson Drug Co. ! On the Broadway of America Kingsivay Hotel and Baths Hot Springs, Ark. N'ew Fireproof H^^™^M Hotel For ^^^^a^*» Stale People Moderate l\atcs Coffee Shop New ISO-Car ' Garage 0. \V. Everett, Managing Director - ^ i - i

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