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J--r'-HOHTHWIil AtKANfAS TIMIS, F«y.H«viH«, Arkantm, Monday, January 21, 17S2 NmiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Society MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER 'llllllllllllllllllHIIIMHIIIIIllllllllillliliiiii lull. Hi III ..... IIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilm Music Of Mozart Featured !n University Performances V.TfkCMHl h.V.'.' till* t h e ,-ri'OllM ; i n n l i : i l .ir at tin- Fine A r t s 1 : M M u l t h e sl.'ir iif D a i y Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Ill SI Club, Clnbroom, 7 Petti. Kappa ( i n m n m , I'"'"- C ' l i i l i r o o m s , ~:'M FBrniinclon l.pdte, K n n n i n g t o n M n f o n i . M a l l , 7:.'HI r a y r l t i - u l l e l.ixljc 7-ld. Masonic: H a l l , 7:.lll S l a m p Collectoi:. Club, Chic: Clubronm. 7::»l \Vnshiiipton UnlB: One, Ma.-onlc H a l l , Vi.'io Tuesday . . . Khu'iiis C l t i i ' , Washinv'on Hotel. }'2 Tri Delta Mothers Club, W i i s h l l : g l n n l l o l r l , 1 N.K.I'.O.C. A u x i l i a r y , M l f . W. [I. Hirers, 2 i.'lli Ollirsn A l l l m n n e . Mr-., [ i i i i - s e l l Paddock. 2:.'l(l Modern l . i t i T a t u r r C'lub, Mrs. Ijavld Causey, ,1 Sub Deb C l u b , Siii; Gate. 7 OrdiT of R a i n b o w , Musnnir H a l l , 7 1XA.V., Lesion Hut, 7- :i06lli M i l i t i i r v GoviM-mnent G r o u p . I 1 2 U \Vrj.l Cenlrr. '/:.'» )icl*l;ah l.mi'ce, 100F H u l l . 7:.'il) music. e.u t h e f e r . l i v a l wa.s t b - d i M n / n ! iio'l f c . i t u n - i l b i n ly. T h e f i l M |iro- y i i i g h l \v;i': gu'en f mn ir, w h i l e the \: ylace y i - t . l c n i a y on oichc;;lral re- Showers Honor Miss Butler r Bride-Elect^ I I I I J - . I C C X - ' l l l l - I V C Ui-;im nn S.ilm i l ; nvri i,, i - h . i i i i l i n irrond w l i K l l t'.i . i f t i ' i liui.il w;, 5 ril.'il. I 1 ' i n i i i tin 1 lii.trni.'i'. 1 ; M,iiitl|.oint On* i-hainm.T inn. M- rom-rrt pro- r t t i l y j i n i V K l t i l i n i i i f HCMhPlic: C'lljoy- i n c n l l h ; i l i t i l ' 1 m i ' h i ^ L i . - i l :im-(Tl, M l . I I' I t WilS | l l l ' I . C O t C - | l I l l l t i l l ' 1110. I : , p . n t I'.v J M n f r . . M n i i i i l i n u ; ll'lilli.s. I r.pi r l i i l l y oiil:,l;intlii.li WIIH i h t i ; l l ' i . i l i o l^J.iilct, K 47li. plnyi-d l i y ; i S u c ( . J u T l i , v i n l i m s l , :Vl;n: I'iili-.s, v m l i s t , I'riM'illll I'lirwill, ri'llisl. .'"Ill '' l;i';liy Hell, iJJ.in^t. Ol Ihu, a r o n j i ; . i l l . I I P pi{li(.',sjtin,ilK. u n c l t h e q u a l - lly n l l l i i ' p c i d i i m a i K - i : was ( I f f - ; i n i l r i v MijitTl'.r. 'I'lii' l i n e ' ftlo/inl K t v l i - was |)':r- . liajii. i n o i r i n r v i l l c i u o j n tht* j i t i i . v i N U i.f th:; \ \ n i l i t h a n in any ul tin- i i l l u T roiiipi.silinns on t h f ; I c - s l i v a l |iio;:rain. A n o t l K r win k wliii:li ;i|j|M:alcd In l!n; i j l l ' i k l l r i : \v.i:. t h e i V I u s R - a l Julie-, K :,'l:'., as rilnycil by a :vx.\c\ ·· c.[ I l l . i l l U l l i r i l t n h l l S w l l i c h I l l r l l l d c d - I'.vn ( m i r l i liorni. Tilt miiipo.,111011 ; v.as v . ' i K l f n a:, a parody nil tin 1 |ii i foi m u m a b i l i t y uf mil: icians nf Mu/.iirl':; t lnfliiU!; "muitakes" w i - i r w r i t t e n I n l f i l l i r r.eoi e. iimoiifi them inline lie p l a y e d liy thu frcneh horns and a i iiilL'Ulolls caoen/.a lo lie pi. Ii.v the Ji|j.t violinl.it. Elm Springs Club Will Sponsor Testing Project ! Younger Set Guests iAI Party In Perry Home Misses J u l i e I'rrry a n d Scoltic Tim Kin, S p r i n t Holm- I J c m - i »' Ki f «'"lcrlain«l K r i r l a y ni«l,l al ra,,.ln,,,,,n Chil, w i l l ,,on s «r the! 1 ''" l-orm: of Mr,-. J. I', ,'erry on U".|,,|« ol v.-.-iU-r from the wells J N 1°'1L,. '"* '' A v c n u c ' "" in I h e i o n i i i i u i i i l y . il tfas voted at """ " a m c u l i i i i j of t h e e l u h Friday al l l i e home of Mrs. .lim Smith. This is one of I h n projects in Cnm- I m p r m onidlt for Hl.^. ·ttrml i board m f r t i n « of A. M. First Baptist Church meet md N. Colleie «t Pine B l u f f , being held Ihcrc lodiy. tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the home nf Mrs. Robert M.ivc:, 823 West Center Street. Kcnnplh 1,. Aarnn, seaman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo.v : Iris Garden Club Aaron of Sprinsdale. is serving I Mrs. M. E. Williamson will rn- aboarrl t h e a i r c r a f t carrier L'SS; i r r l a i n tbo Iris Garden C l u b Hadonij Strait w i t h the United : Wednesday a f t e r n o o n w i t h a tics- Nations fom.'S in the Far East. j sen l u n c h e o n at 1:30 o'clock at ' i her home. Mrs. Asa H a l l w i l l be co-hostess. .Sheilas cm ht mixed v.'ith a l u m i n u m powder or paste to e f - . fectivoly seal In the itaih of mahogany-colored or oiher stained woods, so t h a t they can be painted ivory.or w h i t e w i t h o u t danger of bleeding. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M a x w e l l j and sons, Donald and Billy, visit- ! od over I h n weekend in t h e home Norlhwrst Arkanias Hidinit C'luh of Mr. and Mrs. Everettc Marrington in Jane, Mo. Collins and Miss Jcii der. llcttc Scud- iiiimit.i I I u a s alr.o \ o l e t l lo doiiale £." to t h e M a r c h of Dime* w i t h an add i t i o n a l a m o u n t of «2.'-'"i R i v f n by Ihe i n d i v i d u a l members pri-'seni. N{:\v leaders appointed for the year v/eie: Mr.'i. Tom C.'nmljs. homn inckis- I n c s ; Mrs. flllKTt Grimsloy, home uroimils: Mrs. .lohn Anderson, h e a l t h : M i s . .lim S m i t h , food; Mrs. Chester m i r k , elothini.'; Mrs. W i l - .^ M | Coinfo| ., ..,,,,,,, , 3em on- li, Shaw, home manaaeme.it; s l r a l j o n c . |(|1) mc( T , lllrsd y n t l h e Mrs. K a i l l l i a n u i w c r , d.scu.wionj c o m m u n i l y hou , c w i ( h 2 g mcm . iind f o n u leader. rtlwol'""'* "'"' " nc visllor ' M l s ' Sarn 1 tierc v/cie J l meniici. 1 , n n O i ! ^ ° | TCSRIIC. who became n new meni- n c f i e s h n i c n t s of eold d r i n k s and toohics were served d u r i n g t h e evening. Chaperoncs inclnrled Mrs. [rry, Mrs. Wesley Gordon. Mr/. Amone those a t t e n d i n g the K. W. Do/.icr, Mrs. r;ilcs Perricl,, ! s ' i "(' ! sh " w . "Oklahoma" in Joplin Mrs. J o h n Davis. Mrs. T h o m a s ! Friday n i s h t were Mr. and Mrs. Mf. Comfort Club Receives New Members Vii-Ril Smith, Mrs. flosa M a r i n n n i , and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mannoni. Mr?. L. A. A l l e n I r f t Saturday In visit nor K n n - i n - l a w and d a u g h ter, M a j . and Mr*. D. D. Spahr at Fort Sum Houston, Texas, where Major Spahr in on duty \vith Ihc Fourth Army Headquarters. The a n n u a l mcctint! "f t h e Northwest A r k a n s a s Hiding Club w i l l he held Friday at 7 p. m. in Ferguson's r l i n i n c room. Members are requrMcd to call Mrs. Gcnrcc S t u a r i a t l l O f i - W for reservations. visitors present for the nicctin; iK.IJ.'i. w i n c h i i p p e a r e i l l i r s t o ! m i h e . ' . l r a l |ini;:ianl proved a i loo imii'li for l l i e orehestra. urli li.is :K t i n of Mrs, t.'tntrles Taylor. The business m e e t i n g was i-all- etl lo order by the e l u l i president at 1:111) p. in., f.d w h i c h t i m e there was il dini.-us.-lun ol w h a t llie e l u h mifiht [lo to i m p i n \ e homer, ol the c o m m u n i t y d u r i n g the eominj/ year...J 3 lnns.. Tj'ere made lo pro- A .kitehen shower inir! l u n c h - , phono .service in llie c n m m u n i l y . ron, civeii liy Mr.'. Jamei L. .Smith,! w i n n e r nf the myslcry p a c k a K f Jr., Mrs. Unli llnslnn nnd Mrs. j W l l j M r 5 . Messic H I . i d . b u r n , (irady H n r l r i l l at I h r hmiic ol Mr.*.| Th( , ,,,.,., lna , Ull)! n( u,,, ,.i,,i, Smith, Friday n f l r r n o o n , was m I s v jn ·,,. h e l d - K c l i r n i o v l!(i. al Ihe honor nf Miss Carolyn I l u t l c r , l, 1|)mn (]f M r s M l l r c j, )li|M , s , hrirte elect nf Oliver- W i r k e r h n m ·, --·· ·· Gidehcll, Jr. There w o i c 20 Kimsts: »·"« »"««««· :· ".' ! Wcdclins Shower The X i l e h r n .motif..vas, i v u r j t | l ' j _ ;.. ?l:_:.'.' ... . out in deeornllnn.i w i t h thc-dinipj!' T n'mplinTCntS " " '"" · lehlc .eovetcd In » mi cheeked | I cloth iind ccntci apron roohhiR steu* in n e h i i f l n H d l / l i . The I n d i v l d u i i l t a b l e w a :; i eeiitered w i t h m i l k class a n l l i i u c | ,...( Imvvys Jlllird w i t h celery, parsley, ersi'cs nnd h e r i 1 Irs. The b u f - fet wns dccornled w i t h a bride dnll | M ^ t ., n l j | ., ) l l l l ( , h _ ' h r i d e - r l m t of program was i:i«er Widdcr. oboist, before nil a l t a r imrt j n n c c cards | i | ( m i ,,- L v U r I who played Ihe Oboe C o n r r r l o in were dcMcned w i t h fnod c u l m i l s . i _ _ , _' .'..., ·...,.:'._ , . ,, ; c w i l l , me orchestra. Mr. Widder's ^,-oboe l e c h n i i p i e is wcl!-nii;h f i n d l . 1 less, and his eonsummale a r t i s t r y riven-liy Mcf. A r t h u r Hrovvn Hi her home on West l . a f a y r l t e P.T.A. Meetings .ir'Nu! Are Held At .... /-, » i Bates school Tim J ' l c - H r l m n l I'. T. A. iind !-TM ; ,, , ,. T A . ,,,,,, j , , i n l ] v Thiav- , k " . " » / n i B l , l .'it r.,.es Srh.K,l w l l h ' ! h e i n ^ l p h Pinlair.,,,, ,,,d ..'rod S.urkcy, liist presirlenlf, prnsullliE. nr. A t i R i i s I !· r e u n d l i d i t a l k e d nn . . . f m i u n i l l y Ijurii ri-fcrred I "Art (or Die Pi e-Scliool C h i l d , bicli he- i l l u f t a t e d w i t h slides. In r «i with n dun i»!Miss Clatcfbautjli sti-w in n r h n f l i i K i t» ,, , \ 1 '' t " ' i Fridny rA'enin^ at Ihe In Mrs. "fioy Faiihns. I l i z h w I west, eoniplinienllni,' Miss ! Mac t ' l a l c r b m i R h , h r l d e - e I . M n i m i e E. Lylle. nost pcrfei-l piece i . f ' w h i c h imn.ie ever wrini.-n, and reijuire::: iho rn the iilnin.st. in finesse and r e f i n e - · nm | ^ menl to -lo il justice. The or- .[-j^ , cheslr.i mn r a l h r r niiiRlivlnid over 5nnn | )c | Us rh-lic.itr |ihrasiil(;s, and at limes had d i f f i c u l t y p l a v i n « an a u n i t . However, the m u s i c i a n s exonerated tlicinselve:: by civllll! t h e Linx. S y m p h o n y . K -12ri. a solid and well blended i u n d i n e . One ol Hie b r i R l i t spots in the p e r f o r m a n c e of t h i s composition was t h e b r i l l i a n t p l a y i n g of the w i n d section.;. The solo a r t i s t on y e s t e r d a y ' in c i i i i n t . Mrs. A r l i e Rott rs. K l i z n b o t h Shipley tied. , n r ( .ij n i. was preceded by a t u pujipcr ^p(l^.s^lrcd ly ' Mr. and Mrs. Tbnmas W. Collins. I l l , a n n o u n c e the b i r t h of a son, T i m o t h y Victor, J a n u a r y 35. ' · ' b c r ' o f the dub. '" B " wic - Arl '- whcre Mr *- C n ' - j A t ' t h i s t i m e it was volcd to l i n s is ''csidinc w i t h her parents l a k e fur t h e 1(152 project, the n i r l s I w h i l c hcr l!"1 'TM"'' * a t t c n r l m c 4-11 House. A ( I n n n i i u n of $5.00 i "'Hcers c a n d i d a t e school at F o r t | '.vas m n t l e by the members In the I Si ". o k l a - M r - C n l l l n s ls thci f o n of j Mr. and I" '. Thomas Collins o i l 40 Club The regular m o n t h l y dance of the 4(1 C l u b will be held Wednesday evening at the U a r k Bowl. Committee members in charge of arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. George Brainpan, chairmen, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holder, Mr. ond Mrs. Bill D a l t o n , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulton and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams. r | the color srhr.mc t h r n u e h i home, (.lifts wero recened by. M , c , nu .,| ,,, ,,., vc i n f l u e n c e d t h e or- Miss ClalcrliaiiKb from Ihe iillj C | U , S | IV |, j,,,. || U . V nave him t h e i r Rncsls, nt Ibo d l n i n K t a b l e w h i c h . V P r y |,,. s t J M the way of :ieeoiiipani- ] was covered in n bine and w h i t e : uienl. This p a r t i c u l a r eoncerti be- t/KQt»Umt were dono in pink |, lrc |,.||,leclolh. CeiilerliiB I h e j u i d c s Inline an excellent vehicle Ijjrt while w l l h a pink and while | t;Mf K . K a |. l| .,. r KM « o d d i n B | for a d i s p l a y of ohm- playinj; is , w j|], |,| uc 1-11,1,1111 and o r a n c e j a l s o c.nc ol the f i n e s t works lo [blossoms e n t w i n e d , l i e l r e s h m e n t s i eon.e from t h e pen of Mowirt. I nl rake, coffee and Cokes \vcre 1 served, i fall-Kill fii|r,fll arraiiKenient on thf l;iblc, Atrjiifl nf linen was received by the: hnnorco from the luiKless and s i f t s wore given by (Wt. Union Club lias All-Day Meeting rAn a l l - d a y masting of Ihc Ml. UJlon Homo Domons'.ratinn Cluh \VW licld last week nl tin: home All in all the Mozart Festival was an e m i n e n t success. ^ An u n u s u a l interesl in t h e pro- Miss C l o t e r l i u i i u h announced| K1 -.-, lns W ns ilomnnMrateri by t h e «·» Ihe dale nf the w e d d i n g as . h m - i f i u - l t h a t t i c k e t s fur both conceits Matrons Class Meets With Mrs. Chamblee The M a t r o n s Class of Central Methodist Church and its t e a r h - ··!-. Mrs. K. I I . Hook, were entertained at the home of Mrs. W. G. C b a m b l e e nn East Dickson Street, l-'i iday ,-ittei n o o n ' w i t h a social and business m c r l i n K . Mrs. Chamblee used w h i l e c h r v s a n l h c m u m s and polled A f r i can violets t h r o u g h o u t the l i v i n p and d i u i n j f looms. D u r i n p the soc i a l hour. Riblc q u e s t i o n n a i r e s were civcn. followed by refreshments served by the hostess. Special purst for the afternoon Mrs. n. h. Dykes, Jr. M a r c h of Dimes. Reports were: Sivcn nn the leadership t r a i n i n g m e e t i n g by Mr.-:. Mar Caspatt, p r e s i d e n t , Mrs. Opal H a r t , vice president, nnd Mrs. If si her Porter, .iceretary. P a i n i i n g s of the jiast two months were reviewed by Mrs. Lucy Moore arvl Mrs. Es.-ic Weir, f o l lowed by n discussion of Home D e m o n s t r a t i o n work m a d e by Mrs, T. D. Mare of Vamlalc. Members who received b i r t h d a y R i f t s from t h e i r secret c l u b friends were Mrs. C;i.-:salt. Mrs. Fayc M n l f i c l d , Mrs. V i r K i n U Costnn, Mrs. Goforlh and Mrs. Edna Hcnbcst. Mrs. nhcue Pond nnd Mrs. Goforth were winners of t h e mystery packages. Faycttcvillc. Announcements Green Valley Club Mrs. George Evans w i l l be hostess at a 1 o'clock l u n c h e o n tomorrow a f t e r n o o n at her horn?, tn members of the Green ,Vbllcy Club. Personals Maj. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson had as weekend guests in t h e i r home, Mr. anrl Mrs. Joel Carlson and d a u g h t e r , Judy, of Tulsa, Okla. Ctii Omrt* A l u m n a e Chi Omcsa A l u m n a e will meet toino'-rnw at 2:30 p.m. nt tbc home of Mrs RuESpll Paddock. Mrs. Bruce Holcnmb a n d Mrs. M a x McAlistcr will .assist N.F.P.O.C. Auxiliary The N.F.P.O.C. A u x i l i a r y v / j l l meet tomorrow at 2 p.m. for ms l a l l a i i n n of officers for t h e ; .-ar. at t b r home of Mrs. W. R. Rogers al Maple a n d Vinson Streets on Mt. Scquoyah. HAVE YOU HEARD! We s*rv« the finest Home-made Hot Tamales Wt olio havt them for you la talc* out by the half-dozen or doitn. 60c Per Doz. DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dickion. PhoneJMS Si ll's so easy to relieve coughs and stuffiness of colds in a hurry this home-proved way . . . with 2 spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRub in a vaporizer or in a bowl of boiling watcrasdlrectcdinpackage. Just breathe in the steam! Every single breath carries VapoRub's soothing medications deep into throat and large bronchial tubes. It medicates Irritated membranes, helps restore normal breathing. For coughs or upper bronchial congestion there's nothing like using Vicks VapoRub In steam. .For continued' relief »1- ways rub it on throat, chest and back. DRESS BELTS -- BUCKLES COVERED BUTTONS Custom Finished And Htady io Wear lh« Enmf Day We Reciivi Your Ordfr. SltH Cr«en Slampi on Everything MeKeehan's Fabric Center ,, t . c .n Hush - K i n k a i d l e f t yesterday to First naptl»l Homrtnlkfrs' Clafs The llomemakcrs' Class of the THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS 0 - Tht Old«l Office Supply House in Northw«sl Arlunltl IT'S VALENTINE TIME We hove the onei you wont, from Ic to $5.00 each r«rtltt»iili'i L«ra«il Stl«ction -- Slyltd hj Gibien T1 » 28. lo be held at tht First ist Church. "Monthly Pains" -stopped ^. or amazingly r«li»vtd £ 3 *ut of 4 c«i»t tn rftrttrt* Ititt I ' Tciiam'Cs nrc you'rr pultlriR up -- ffcncccunrf/t/--wiUi t)io functionally ffcUM-d r-nlns, crnmps nntl weak, "nu flwd" (celings of mcnslrtiftUon! 12 Home Demonstration Clubs Meel During Week » W n s h l n c l n n C n u n l v lininc i l c - n i - I pciisiili?s fur any : n - I i t i c iloricii'ii- nn.Mi'iilinn i-lnhs will meet lliis !'·»"' '» l h l ' i i c r d n i i i J i n i - c s . wouk -n follnws: A f i M i l 1 " n '° " f I"" 11 - 1 ' ls lllR1 U C L K ..s l . H l i i w s . : M a r x I'.ill's. Miu-r it w;is llli-nui:h u'cn- HDIIO Iwn tiays bcfrtro ilic f t - s t i v i i l brsan. Thru tun, Ihc p r i - t n n r y jnirptiso of the p r o n i M i n s i: t i f l c n u v c r i m i k r d . The m;ijm- f u n c - linn "f ihrso iPi-n^is i;: to provide ;m o p p o i U i n t l y for y n u i i K per- fi»niioi:; lo g»'m tlu experience nf i ) l n v i n ^ in p u h l i r . Nrm-ly 30 :-tu- ^101115 ( n u f c p i i r l in the f r s t i v j i l -i Ihi.s fiu-l in it.srlf M I M I C t h a n entn- ! - · - foi Torliiy: S l r i r k l r r . scliitdl h u i l M - j j , j s t-rfort.s ins. 2 p. tn.; and C J n l t l r n n i l c , Mrs. \ \ v » f l i i o u p h t to Gi'iii'C Keek. :ill flay. ! i-lu.--!!.!!!. } Tuewlny: S u l p h u r t.ity. Mrs. K. (letnnHp.vt.shvriortorB.Lydtn t W. Prk-o.'Sr., 2 p. in.; W h i t e llnck, . nhkhitm'fs Compound brniiKht. rnin- ! C n i n n i u n i t y H u i l d i n ^ . 7.30 )i. in.; j "' . e f . f r ( m ' l l l ?» l d l 5 -:FnlrvIcw. Mrs. Opal JrU-r, 11 ;i. in. j ^DOnSOFS VA -flll Auxiliary K In 3 out or 4 of tlic c MPo Rrt l.irtin Oifil|M)unl-(ir Wcrincsflii.v: r'iinniiminn. K I'inlthRm 1 * Vrtrinhlc i r n i l n l s - ' '"' I 1 - in " "''Pl^l '"I". »fir. tmti'oiril Tnhirtfl ; M i s v l^lsic C,*hne, 11 a. in.; l i a l d - »iin itdrtrt! iron Kr«- l l -- t i k r n ilirouRli ! . ,., i t . M - t h u Vli'tchr-r l - ' i n hf m n u t h - H doDin't pl^f rrllrf liniv i w i n - * v h f l - ""'»» r u i t n e i , J..HI hdftt ^taricafJif^. j l t t c n -- h r l p you rrr ! p. in.; JHid M n t n t u r , Iliiich runni, KUnr Btf/yrc nnd ( f u n n u your prrlod i . .« ( j Ot-~lf VO'l "uflrf from (iinr(]n|\n! "lin | " . , ' ... . .. ... U*hrB"of " h n n i : f o f \\tt," flvd out hoti I J ' l U l i i y : V u i i ' v y n l , M r s . Hoy t^nder/ui /uihfiam » u tor innt. n«i: ) Maker, 2 p. in.; U n i v e r s i t y Height;:, 11 h i u i «MUilm rlTrrt n n ! Mrs. GcoiKC A. D.'IWCS. ^ p. 111.; ^'^"·fnH^r'i'l!!!^'' 1 ' 1 S "" f U i l ' M l : ; - - h l k c C t ) l l k * !lH r*nw nrnnfMA pfe « , ( j, ] V You Can't Btat a Product That's OOODj HADACDL AQUALLY RELIEVES A REAL CAUSE of NAGGING ACHES and PAINS-Deficiencies of Vitamins B, f B,, Niatin and Iron l l . i n l . (in. MxUiMisrd ,t c t ' l f e e hour yestcnlay u l l r n i o u n in t h e rccroa- i i n i i h u l l al t h e Vrtrr.m.s Hospital. I'ht 1 c u f f re :mii prnpiMin wore in rh;i!*o m Mr::, l . i l l i e M. C'utirmcy. D A V r e p r r s c n t a l i v e , assislrd liy Mrs. N n r a l i M;ie V.'ard, Mrs. I'ara- l;iy M o U . n u l , Mrs. Kva A. [Hitn:un, : Helping Hand Club Plans For Needy Family The Helping H a n d C l u b met at 1 the home of Mrs. C'nllom* Gayci* Inst week w i t h 10 nicinhers prcs- pnt and one visiUtr, Mrs. M i n n i e Gayer. Clmiie pri7.cs u'cre won by Mrs. ; .Nell Johnson. Miss R u t h Ad» Gayer, G y n i l h f'aniphcll. It was voted a m n n « the nicinher? to nmkc a . r j t i i l t for a needy f a m i l y . The . m o n t h l y supper at the school i hou.te was announcer! for next I Fi iday. | The n e x t c l u h m e c t i n c w i l l he ' a t the home of Miss Gayer, Feh; r u a r y 20. ' Jack W. G u i n n . ?on of Mr. and M i s . Roy C i u i n n , hns recenily been prunioterl from .terpcant fii'sf class tn master sergeant in wire and radio. He is w i t h the 036th Nat i o n a l G u a r d in Korea. K ; i y r t l c \ i ! ! r . n u i M r a l p r u K r a i n .u' t h e a f t e i n u i u i l. pi.iim, .K'l'iirdi uM n i i n i b c i y . Tln llie prc^i'aiii « r I ' l i a i l e - H . P a v i s dene'. .1 I,re. ^ u f . Mis.-rs lH"Uy n and h.u- ' sc prCM-nt- · re Mr. a m i ' and d;u:f;h- ! ii^ Dalenc ' and Bar- i larcm-p M . S m i t h n n d d a u g h . Miss I .nt i Vcrna S m i t h , and ^.s linv:! P-tod of Cano H i l l . i e Sunday ^ucsl.i of Mr. S m i t h ' s i i h r r a n d s i M r r . M r s . W. T. i t h :n:.| ML-.S Kllu-1 S m i t h . Beware Coughs following Flu j A f t e r the flu is o p e r a n d gunc. die cough ; l h a l follows may d e v e l o p into chronic I bronchitis if ncglccied. Crcomulsion ] relieves promptly because it goes light ; to the scat of the trouble to help ' loosen ind c*pel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, I ruder, inflamed b r o n c h i a l membrtnes. No m a t t e r h"\¥ many medicines you h a \ e tried Creomulston is guaranteed lo please \ou or dnipgi.st refunds money. CreomuUion ha* stood the test of many millions of mcr*. CREOMULSION r.tiiv.i Cau|ht, Chiri CeNi, Acu(* Irmchltd ·Mir AKSOI.l'Ti: TIU'TII Ilial no one CHII deny! If you f.unpr from moan, n n f - FIHB nrhcs HIK! punis clue Up drlldcm'iM n( Vituinlns n . II.. Kiaciu ;uirt Iron in yuur sys- (cin -- don't rrly on ;i prociwt . wlucli m e r e l y relieves x i i n r *' ftyniptonih. 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