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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 2, 1940
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PAGE~TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS .American Association ot University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock *t Hotel-Noble. • Postpone Me*l!uj The ' meeting • of the American Asso.ciBlion of University Women which was scheduled to be held Saturday at the Hotel Noble hns been postponed, it was announced today. ' The program on Creative arts planned for tomorrow's meeting will te given Instead the following Saturday at 12;30 o'lcock at the Hotel. * * • lies Luncheon for Club The Influence' of Washington's birthday was evidenced yesterday In the decorations for the luncheon given by Mrs. Ted King for the Double Fmir Bridge club, which ns a.rule has afternoon parties. . Besides the members, Mrs. King had as,her guests, Mrs. O. P. Bar her and Mrs. Bob Gwynn, Lund was Eerved at small lablels nvr'angcc 111 -the-living room. "".In-the bridge games, Mrs. E Cook.whs high and Mrs. Thoocior*. lag&n, second high scorer amoni Uie club members, while Mrs Givynji' \VRS high among the guests ..'/• = . * * t Ar« Guwls of Club ,'Mrs. L.'Ii. Hubener nnd Mrs. J. H Elklns were guests of Mrs. H. A Taylor yesterday afternoon whcr she 'enlerialned members of the Delia Contract club wllh a party at her home.'' • .A Valentine motif was carried out In thj tallies 7 .and the salnd plate served, at,uuy conclusion of the garoes. , . 't,-, . Mr.s. W, D. McOliirkln receiver' high score prize among the club members and Mrs. Hubener among the guests. Hays Cards \Vll\i Club 'Mrs. J. p. Holland played curds wllh members of the 'Thursdiis Afternoon Bridge club yesterdnj when- they were entertained al the home of Mrs. Randolph Smith. .The.dessert course served nt |)i< conclusion of the games was In keeping ; wlth ,the George Washington scheme .used in the party decorations. Cherry pie lopped wilh . whipped cream wns served wilh coffee. '• '"•. Mrs. Louis Anplebaum received high score .prize.'. : .. " ', • '.'.*. * •• * Mrs. Bowen Honored Mrs. Dfffght Bowen, who with Ml-'. Uoiven will, leave ncxt-.weefc' ; fi>r Pine Bluff to reside, was honored wllh n handkerchief shower given yesterday o) the Thursday Bridge club to which she belongs. . . Mrs. J. E. Patlerson. was hostess lo the group for the iiffalr at her home. Mrs. Ralph Pallcrson plnycti cards wllh the members. . . Valentino tallies were used lor the bridge, games.In which Mrs. Chester Nabers received high score prize nnd Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, I raveling prize. . The hostess served a salad plate with hoi rolls anil coffee. » » * Valentine Scheme Used for Club Parly .Indications of fii. VWenlins's Day were evident in.Ihe reef and white decorations used for the party given by Mrs. G. D. Hammock . yesterday afternoon. Members of the Thursday Dessert -club anci Mrs. T. J. Barnes were girests of Mrs.-Hammock. Cake with whipped cream and coffee were served before the games. .High score prize went to Mrs. John Faulkner nnd low score to Mrs. Earl Bnckly. Mrs. Barnes was also presented a gift, « t » Bridge Club Meets Members of the Tuesday Contract club and two guests, Mrs" James V Gates, and Mrs. w. S. Johnston were entertained al the home o! Mrs. John c. McHancy yesterday afternoon. -Tallies for the gauic.s, candies and olher decorations marked the nn- proach of St. Valentine's day . A' dessert course xvos servci) allci the gomes in which Mrs A 0, Hall was high scorer and Mrs McKaney, second high. AH Club Members Atlend Bridge Parly .•'All- : tlic members of llio Mkt- Week Bridge club were present (01 the party given yesterday aftvnooi, by Mrs: Cecil Shniic al her home A floral centerpiece decor,il>d th< dining-.table at which imich wv served. • Mrs. W. L. Homer received Ihr "rj^in the brlfcc wmcs , Wt l, Is IIoslc >s tq Club Mrs. Marvin Robiiuon \vii-, hosl- css- to members of the Thur-tlav Contract club and two guests Mrs Hunter c. Sims and Mrs \v' if Minyard, at.a bridge luncheon at her home yesterday afternoon. 'The decorative scheme emphasized the ^Valentine holiday. Lunch \v.v served at small lablqs. . Mrs. Bannister received higi, . sc orr ainoilg, the dub mcplocrx and Mrs. f}im ^anioiig the guests I'lin for (hcalrr l'ir{\ Pla»3 for a theater parts to beheld Wednesday night were undo at a ^icehng of the Eagle S'imol of. Beauty Culture club Wednesday nllcnioon al the school Miss Villa Chapman as rjjcJ dent, of_the group was In cliarVe of the meellng other dticm ioi this club are- Miss fimma fiilrnon, secretary; Miss Virginia Gain^, FLAPPER FANNY \V", Bits of News Mostly Personals -• — ' = Charles Affllck Jr. Is ill of In- fluetiza. at his Tentli strcel home, 203 North Mr, and Mrs. M. PltRslmmons went to Memphis yesterday to be the gucsU of Mr*'. I. O, Weslbrcpk Sr,, for lunch nnd maltncc ncr- fonnancc of "Gone WHli the wind " Gordon Hammock Is nble (o bo out after having been 111 of influenza for a week. Miss Charlotte Gee of Parma Mo., came yesterday to spend a few days here with Mr. and Mrs Everett B, Gee and family Mr. and M\s. W. B. Tanner of HeSenn will come tomorrow to spend the week end here wilh relatives. They will be accompanied spenl tiie past four weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tolei "Sick! If she had to work, she'd find out life ain't no lied of neuroses." insurer; Miss Lorcnn Wright, reporter. Gold nnd green \vere selected as he class colors niul the motto chosen was "Today we follow, to- norrow we load". The members voted to buy class pins. The group win huve a soc i nl netting once n month and have business sessions on the other Wednesdays of the month. «• * c Entertains Club Mrs, C. C. Langston entertained •nctnlwrs of the Town and Country :!ub nnd two guests, Mrs. Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. Mnri'In Nunn, vltli a party al her home Wedncs- Jny. Reiroshmenls were served nl the inclusion of the bririse games in vhich Mrs. Banlstei- was high scorer Mrs. c. Modlnger. sceond high. ) Itcs Va'rty w; couples nttcnded the. pnrly nvcn at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. M. George Inst night, for members )f (lie Prosperity club and their Bridge was the principal dl- •erslon. Laler, n plalo linicli was crveri. with coflee and followed bv esscrt. * •* » I's Party At Rustic The F.uollc Inn was the scene f the ADC Bridge club parly Wed- csday aflernoon when Mrs. Claude ', Scoggin Jr., entertained mem- crs and four guesls. Mis. Elbert Huffman, Mrs. H. P -Rlsey.Jr., Jflss Pally Shane and" hss Mildred Lou Hubbard played nrds wltli the memtiers. Valentine tallies were used for ic games at the conclusion of 'Inch refreshments were served. Irs. Harold Schnch receiver! (he prize for high sccre among lhc club members and Miss Shane for high among the guests. 'Gideon were hero Monday on business, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey and son, Mrs. May Hawkins and Mra. jGeoree Dickey of Kennclt wci'c . the dinner guesls Sunday of Mr nnd Mrs. John lane, j Mr. mid Mrs. Wyman nlllman i and daughter, Anne, were the guests Sunday of Mr. Dillmnn's aunt, Mrs, Chns. Block, at Kcnnett. John p. Ray, Jimmte Crawford and Misses BUlie Jenii Havrell and Nancy Hamilton of Kcnnett visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eel James were business visitors In Kcnnell Tuesday night. Mrs. Chris Mehrle. Mrs. Paul Melirlc nnd Mrs. Minnie Marshall went to Memphis Monday nnd attended the showing of "Gone with tnc wind." Jackie Banes Edwards of Por- lagcvllle visited relatives hero Monday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. \v. Tipton, Mrs. Ed James and Miss Bonnie Montgomery, Mrs. Tipton's sister who lias been visiting here, have re- lurncd to Caruthcrsvlllc. after a ten days' (rip through Texas. Ol:l Mexico, and New Mexiio. They were accompanied hy Mr. 'Upton's sister, Mrs. W. T. Jamison, of Ttp- | lonvlllc, Tenn,, as far as Paradise, Tex., and she returned with them. Miss Annie Laurie Tlplon hns returned from New York City where she hns studied music since Uuuccr 1C. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tommle Tipton of Blylhcvllle were Sunday visitors In Caruthersvlllc. Mr. and Mrs, J. w. Tipton, Mrs. Jlmmie Tipton nnd Miss Bonnie Montgomery spent Monday In Memphis and saw "Gone With the Wind." Miss Montgomery left from there for Tlptonvlllc, Tenn., where she will visit for about three weeks before returning to her home In Bastrop, La. County Council Discusses Plans For Activities Appointment of committee chair- Poplar Blufr^n Vrriv'e" todny To I T»,'^n ye '"'''T f ° r "=""* spend Ihe week end here with Mr ' » Federated group and Tolbr's father, F. C To? C1 - ,md ' "'", nrral "? c '" cllt ^ radio broad- family. Tomorrow Mr and Mrs '" r**^ " lsc " SSKl i(l tlle mect ' "" Mrs - '"" of 25 members of the North Nine, Mr. Poets will lie manager! of Die store there succeeding c C ' Cork who with Mrs. Cork plans to leave Feb. 10 for Kosciiwko, Miss, I lo reside. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and daughler, Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, spent Wednesday night in . Memphis While there, they saw the "Gone With The Wind" show. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Holland ana Mr, nnd Mrs. James V. Dales attended the "Gone With The Wind" rfiow In Memphis Wednesday The Rev. H. J. Klelndienst has returned from Little Rock anti Fort Smith where He'attended several conferences arranged for pastors, teachers and laymen of the Lutheran church. Mrs. Jack Bishop, Miss Eula lilshop, Mrs, Earl Jarvls nnd Miss Ciolda Kinks attended the "Gone With The Wind" show In Memphis Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. W. I). Chnmblln spent. Thursday in Sardis, Miss., with Mr. Chamblln's father. V. G .Holland Is ill of influenza nt his home, 600 North Thurmnn slrcet. Potter will go to Memphis to sec the Sclznlck product!oii~ With the Wind.' "Gone Bob Herrlck Is ill of influenza nt his home. Mr. antl Mrs. Mntt Monnghan Jr. and Mrs. Sheldon Hall attended the showing of "Gone with the Wind" in Memphis ycslcrriay. Mrs. ' Eddie II. David and Mrs n. p. Potter relumed Wednesday night from Memphis where they Mr. Mr. had spent several days with David at Campbell's clinic. David, wiio has been under BU spinal treatment al the clinic, steadily improving. Mr. nnd Mis. Cecil Shtmc will go *,„, , to Memphis Sunday to see the mo-' lion picture, "Gone With the Wind" Mr. and Mrs, M. A. Long and Mrs, Jesse Russell were in Memphis last nlghl for the "Gone With the Wind" show now plnviiii; there. " Miss Helen Tindn! Is expected to spend the week end here with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tindal She is a student at the University of Arkansas at Fayetlevllle. ' Mrs. Harold Schnec was in Mem- Council day al the Woman's club. Nine home demonstration clubs were represented. Mrs. B. A. Bugg, who explained lhc five year landscape contest plan, also announced that home hygiene classes would be held each Council meeting day from 11:09 o'clock to' 11:30 o'clock. The meeting was opened with the singing of the club song written Steelc-Cooter Society—Personal Missionary Society KntcrUincd Mrs. E. E. Ben ten wa.s hostess to the Woman's Missionary society of the Stecle Methodist Church Monday flflerncon when there were nine members nnd one new member, Mrs. E. L. corbln, and one visitor, Martha Lea Brooks, at the meet- Ing. During the absence of the president, Mrs. P. P. McCutchon, antl vice president, Mrs, J, .H. Workman, the meeting was presided over by Mrs. Gerald Drcoks, second vice president. Mrs. Ben ton wns In charge ol tile World OulIooR program and she WHS assisted by Mrs. Raymond Brooks, Mrs. George Spence and Mrs. Amy Edwards. The next meeting of the society will bo in (lie home of Mrs. Sam Hamra. i;=))llst Ladles Have Prayer At Home it Blind Coupli Members of the w. M. U. Ladies of the Stecle Baptist church )iad their regular,-^.meeting Monday afternoon in Hiei'home of Mr, find Mrs. T. E, Nelson. The couule, who are blind, are among the most active members of the Baptist Church. The meeting was very interesting with Mrs. J. w. Cunningham giving the .devotional and several King numbers wero also given, with prayer by Mrs. J. p. Patterson nntl (lie services were dismissed by Rev. J. W. Cunningham. The society will meet next week In the home of Mrs. Carl Gimn. » * * Large Number Sec "Gone With the Wind" A large number of folks are in Memphis this week from Ihis vic- , Joo Mar- Who with Ills Brand- Parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. c. B "al «rc spending the winter In Ft. . -Ts/FiB. They were accompanied none by Mrs, MJchle's sister Mrs Maudo Alice Anderson, who will Be their guest for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Perry spent Little Miss Ginger Hamra un- wivcm R m (nor operation at, Dr. week C "" IC '" Mcm P hls l!>6t < ,,« Mr ' <?:" d Mra ' Tom Crawford of "ear Sieele spent last weekend in Ccifil/ir iniiu >*..,. »_i .^ . __PKIDAy,. FEBRUARY'27'1940 "' At The Hospitals KlylhevlIIe hospital Mamie Taschner, city, aii- Fred Hucy, city, dismissed.- Citf disST M0f£a " BCm Arch Jordan Is recovering slowly nl his home h, steole following several days Illness C f pneumonia Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huey and baby o Detroit, Mich., are the guests of Mrs. Hucy's mother, Mrs. Ifora Il "' lc i' and other relatives iii Ccoter this week; Mrs. Harold Davis of Blylhcvllle _>eni yesterday here with her parents Mr. and Mrs, G W Fowler Little Linda Taylor who was very.sick over the weekend is now very much improved. . Mrs. W. J. Vlnson who has been seriously 11, t ,, e past week Is 1m" proving slowly at this time. Mr. ^and Mrs. T. N. Briggonce, Mrs. Ida Bums and Mrs Ruei Asncr were visitors In yesterday. missed. R<?agim ' dis - ' e ». , a daughter • this mornng. weighing eight pounds and four ounces, • ' Walls hospital Charles Storey, city, admitted. Harold Green, stcele, aamitteii. ' ^" files, Manila, admitted. Hollis Manley, city, admitted. E(lrinEton Jr . Bc "" eU ' Os «ola, ad- ' Odls milted. Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs, G. L. Grlggs, Luxora, admitted. . , Memphis si. Joseph's hospital • B»Mna criswell, Caiuthersvlllc, admitted. . h f>,» «; T , , , ,,,,/; Mompnis this week from this vie- by the Arnorel club. Mrs. W L. , nUy to see the ( , t Ull. nrp.^lfJPMr nm^nn»^r>^ (licit ..,,- ...... .. ... i"wi,v. S'uilh. president, . .. . . .... that i broadcast would be given .-1 lost Wednesday by the A i morel ls | club, next Wednesday by Mis Doy- wcod group, Pcb. H by the DM] Feb. 22 by the Ekron The following county chairmen i p erc appointed: Mrs. B. A. Bugg, 'aid Improvement; Mrs. Lee Sliles, lardciilng; Mrs. A. C. Du:los, oan- iing; Mrs. R. A. Grcemvay, clolh- Essle Mrs, . ',° me '"""Cement; °"' S '" 7 '' Davis, W. O. food nnd Anderson, Carnihersville Society—Personal Hc-no-ti Clufj .llccts Members of (he Rc-oo-n club met Tnesrtnj. night at the home of Miss Mildred Tinslcy. High .-core prize, hosiery, wns won bv ,Mi« Tinslcy. Mi M Mary Crew' Jopllii brldgoed nnd received handkerchiefs. The hostess served n sabri ,-oursc nnd hoi tea sito lhc gmnk dl.v N'ltie Meets Mrs. M. R. Rowland \v;c. | 10 s|« ss .0 Ihe Jolly Nine rjlnb |(1 )lcr ho ^~ lUfwlny night.. Mrs. C . \v. Ourlir. >f Hickmsn. Ky.. and M,- S . Homer rurnrr \\m club gitcsls. High score prirc was won bv M i y""," 1 .^™ 11 '" "am iinti Mrs Maud Green won SPCOU:!. HotV. :riw,s were IIOMCT.V. Vnlrnilne ('»-- Jratioiis were orrlefl out i» ' ( ^ c nlhfs. (able ai)pointmm( 5 an( | f ,_ v »rs. The hostess frrvc-t! „],- "mes. ami a • Jiflcrw.iuls. Mr. ,7ud Mn,. Ram Corbns linve ™«*4 ihc birth .( ; , : ,on !„,„ " cape Oirardoan Tucniav ; ,tt- r noon. Mrs. Corfett H Ihc" fonucr Helen Vandivort. Mr. and Mrs. sllkr( , ••and and jfcssm MU The body of Edith Cavell. wa) ! nurse, Is Interred In Norwich Cathedral, England. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our friends and relatives for the kindness shown during the illness and the death of our beloved one, Bonnie Gaines. Mrs. Bonnie Gaines and som Mr. niul Mrs. J. 1. Griincs nnd family Mr. and -Mrs. Jim Alexander anrt famllv .EXPERT I1EAUTV 1VOKK LALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP RKDUCR SBNSHilTy Swedish lUnssngr, V.ip. llalhs Mrs. Ruth Ijivvhon Laundry-Cleaners LilUlldr 3' aning Service YOUIi GASOLINE DOLLAR WISELY SAVE •'>c (o Ic I'cr Gallon ON GASOMNK Valuable Coupons XVIlli Eacli I'ui-rhasr Ci<VS(H,INIv-M(HOi; oil, KI.liosiiNi: M'liclcMlr *• Retail 'I'RADK WITH JOYNER OIL CO. • lurtcpcnilriiL Dr.ilfr TANK CAK TO VOtIK IJAK UiElnm.v 61, Norlli, I!l>-tlicvil|u H'n Deliver . 1'honc 153 yesterday for the "Gone With Ihe Wind" show now playing there. She .went with Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Catc"of Steele. • Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patton'at- Icnded the "acne With The Wind" show In Memphis last night. Mrs. Pnul L. Tiplon is recovering from influenza which has confined her to her hcmo for three weeks. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Mrs. Harold Nunn, Mrs. Charles Langston Jr.; Mrs. Iverson . . J. W, Fields, industries; Mrs. G. F. .Scrap? child development; Mrs. W. Howard, recreation; Mrs. O. r/. Red lord, government, and taxation. Mrs. Essie, Davis was! chairman ol Ihe menu committee, Mrs. B. A. uugg of the table commutes, and Miss Cora Lie cole- maii, county home demonstration scent, of the welcoming committee for the dinner to be" served the Federated group at a date rot, ycl the following determined. With Mrs. Davis. anrt Mrs. C. a. lon were In . . . Memphis yesterday to see the motion picture. Wind." Clone With Tlie Mr. nna Mrs. Charles Morchcad, Miss Virginia Williams, Miss Nnn- nle Clarke Smith, Bm! Bill Bes- wlck will attend the opera, "Martha", which Is being given by (ho Cnrlo opera- ccmpany nt t)>e " Ellis RiidltorUim iu morrow nltcrnoon. Memphis lo- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hieginson, Mre. Mas B. Reid. Miss Dorothy Jean Hlpgiiison, Miss Bobby Ann Purvis, nnd Miss Mnxlue Reid attended the "Qone With The, Wind" show In Memphis yesterday morning. Mr. mid Mrs. Goromvy Poet?, who have been making (heir home at Birmingham, Ala., arrived Wednesday iilghl. to reside nt Number Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Mrs. Duclos, Mrs. M. W. Lewis; C. Mrs. . . . . Campbell of Shady Lane; Mrs. W. , , , - •- ••- M. Ncely. Mrs. Frctl Necdham. Mrs ,, hcr , llomc '" Cotlonwood over Felix Hill, Mrs. Will Morgan. Mrs. O. R. Rctflord 'and Mrs. n. Jjrretl. Mrs. Alexander ot Lone Osk, Mrs. R. A. Orcemvay, Mrs. Walter Wood, Mrs. D. R, Garner, Mrs. C. "Gone Wilh the Wind,". on the opening day. Mr. and Mrs. Mus- chell Hamra and daughter, Ginger, have seen the picture. Among those who viewed the picture ever the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rushing, Mr. nnd Mrs. Abie Rushing, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Llmbntigli, and Miss Loreno Rushing. \ Those in Memphis yesterday for the show were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell. Mr. niul Mrs. Tom Lewis, Mr. and , Mrs. Clay Lewis, Joe Russell and I Miss Margaret McClure. In Memphis today are Mrs. L. E. Cooper and Mrs. E. E. McCann. Supt. and Mrs. Jack Wimp and a number of others plan to go to Memphis the latter part, of this week* Mi-, and Mrs. Jerry Holly and Mr. and Mis. J. W. Reno returned Mcndny night after a two weeks vacation which was spent in Ft. Myers, Gin. Mrs. George Lawrence who has been sick tor several days at her home in Stcele Is still in n critical condition. Mrs. Minnie Taylor was returned the City's Churches To Observe Day Of Prayer A world's day of prayer will be I observed' by the churches of this city Friday, Feb. g, ln services directed by the missionary societies of (lie various groups. Church members will meet nt then respective churches for p-'ay- er during the morning. In the afternoon, there will be a union service program nt. 1:30 o'clock at the First Church of the Nawi- rcne. • Pastors of nil churches arc being nsked to announce the prayer day services from their pulpits Sunday. Club Makes $12lT On 'Pancake Day' CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo,,- Feb. 2. —Johnny ' White, financial cliair- man of the Knvanis Club's "Pan- t cake Day," announced yesterday • the club would clear approximate- jly S125 on the. venture, which will ' be placed in the club's fund for work among , underprivileged children. White said the club :ni'in- bers, who prepared and served (he cakes, sen'eci more than 2000 during the day, to about 700 customers. - . Try One of Our Delirious PIG SANDWICHES Die Hickory Inn Across From High School weekend from the Blythevlllc hospital where she has been under treatment. Her condition Is very much Improved. _. -v __ ^ ni> ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Sims Mjchie and E. Parker ami MrsTcTOliic''Biack'-i <li>1 ' ghler ' Mnry Anna ' returned wrtl will lie ou the committee with s "" do . v llftc1 ' « '«'° weeks visit, with Mrs. Htigg. JILss Coleman will be assisted by Mrs. W. D. Howard nnd Mrs. W. H. Dycss. At the clcsc of Ihe meeting, Mrs, J. D. Howard condiickrl a conlesl ; In which Mrs. J. A. Payne of Dogwood liidgc won first prine and Mrs. Mamie Guinn, second prize. The next Council meeting will be Feb. 21. TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE' : Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Townsend Club No. One Meets Tonight The Townsend club. No. One will meet with Mr. and Mrs O c' Dallas at 120 East Sycamore -street at 7:30 o'clock tonight, II was announced today. Officers stated (hat all inenvbers were urged to attend and the public was cordially Invited. . •' - ; It's Almost Compliment To Be "Uncivilized" Now WORCESTER, (0P) '_ It , apparently Is a compliment'• to be- called uncivilized these days. When Mrs. John' Motto ' com- plnmed in her divorce' suit that her husband called her uncivilized. District Judge Frederick ft. Chamberlain said: "Don't worry aboul thai, it's the . civilized whoi are stirring ,,p an the tionble In the world iiow." Read Courier News'walii ads, fo COLDS: FIGHT MISERY right wher^- you feel ll-wlth swift-acting \ VICKS VAPORUB Dr. J. A. Saliha Announces Ihe removal pf his office from the Ingram Building lo his.home.- . • 124 E. Kentucky rhorip,'410 1 Sign the New Register attheRitz H APPY HOUR H FEEE DELTVEKY 1M W. Slain St., I'hone 15 Read Courier News want, nds Poor Eyesight Results In Poor Grades Were the Grades Made By Your Child Below Average Lasli Semester? Strain in school work; can cause faliguo .tin!,, failing health. A free"' eye examination is offered l).v G ua rd.'s to forestall ailments and give you a correct picture of your vision. COME IN TODAY FOR N ^ N> % \-yt*« V&*^l*.^,'Vj^£JiJfc&* THIS !S THE PRIZE! this beautiful family size Westinghouse An opportunity is yours this ivcrk in conncc- tiojl wilh thr showing of H new Icdniiroior m,,, f ea t, u ,.Inn lhc \ rw Yoi . k Fair. SS?:^ • s cc This Tci'hnii'oior Movie The Middleton Family \l 'flic New YnrU World's I'sir"' Boxy Theatre '''"P.. Wed. & Thiirs. '•"«!>- «, 7, 8 "Klcelric Service IS FRIDAY GOOD REA5OJJS «'h.v you should attend JOHN UAKFIELO & PRISCILLA LANE ... . "DUST BE MY DESTINY" SATURDAY VICTOR JACKIE MdAGLEHOOPER Can POD A serial "Green' Horiiii't'', SUN. & MON. Paramount Nous £• -C'om«lv Roxy Fri. & Sat .. SUN.&MOK PHANTOM KILLER T EDGAR WALLACE'S with S. Hale. & ''<»•' News Jt LISTEN TO KLCN UiOp a.m. —12.-15 p.m. —j;3Q p , u ,. Phone Kltz p holie Rox? ;<3 j

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