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AGE zlGltl'I LITTLE ROCK, ARK., AUGUST 9, 1930 Mrs M J Walsh and her charming week for an extendedmotor tripmuch fun being sick this hot weather, .... " and it's not at all natural for you daughter, Miss Helen Marie, of Cal- through the East with a party ofto be among those absent. houn avenue, have returned from a Ifrtends. month's stay in Hot Springs. Arkan- sa~, where they had been taking ad- Mr. Will Gavm, Jr., accompamed by Mr. John F. Breen of 2982 Hallwood vantage of )the wonderful curative his daughter, Miss Margareh ann son, Drive, spent the week-end in Nash- qualities of the famed hot baths of l Thomas, has returned from a visit ville visiting his mother, Mrs. Ann the Springs I with his other daughter, Mrs. John Breen, and other relatives. I Gavin, in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. King Johnson, formerly Miss tainedthe members of the Social BridgeClub in her home on York avenue. The prizes were won by Mmes. Ben Love, John R. Gurley, W. B: Heisler, and W. B. McNulty. Fol- lowing the conclusion of the game a delicious ice course was served. The next meeting of the club will be held in the home of Mrs. Walter Soefker, Miss Margaret Morrison of 1449 on Regent Place, the afternoon of Louise Mivelaz, has gone to Los An- Mrs.--Steve Welsh is leaving this geles, Califmmia, where she plans to week for a visit with relatives and study and rehearse with the Alber- friends in Chicago, Ill. tina-Rasch Ballet. She will return in Mrs. LeonardceA-'~ k'-rman, time for the opening of the fall sea- with her son. two children, has gone for a visit with relatives in Alabama. Mi~s Marion Canale has returned,Mr Roy Moran--~nd his bride have hom6 from Monteagle, Tenn., where she has been the house guest of Miss lreturned from their bridal trip and Louise McGehee, in the summer cot- now are located in an apartment at rage of the McGehee family. Madison avenue and Idlewild street. Poplar avenue, who has been taking August 14. a special course in music under Jo- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miles and daugh- ~eph Lhevinne of Chicago, is expected ter, Theresa, of 1215 Sledge avenue, home this week. Miss Morrison is are spending a few weeks i~n New one of our city's most talented plan-iYork and Atlantic City. ists. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Morrison, and has a large Mrs. Thomas H. Wood and son, circle of friends who are awaiting her Thomas, Jr., of 286 Walker avenue, return home. have returned from a motor trip to New York. Boston and points in Can- Joseph Gianini, son of Mr. and Mrs. ada. They were acompanied home A. J. Gianini, of 610 Bethel avenue, by Mrs. Wood's daughter, Mrs. Alyce Miss Mary Garvin of Poplar ave- nue, accompanied by her ,niece, Miss Kathleen Fransioli, left the past week to spend the balance of the summer in the mountains of North Carolina. Mr. Louis Montedonica is registered at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago, where he went with a party of friends. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. R yan and family have retm~ned from a vacation spent touring by motor, Alabama and Florida. Mrs. Moran formerly was Miss Blanche Leppert, whose marriage was one of the most brilliant events of the month of June. Mrs. Mary Mater and Mrs. R. B. Fanning are leaving this week for Hot Springs, Arkansas, where they intend remaining for several weeks. Mr. W. H. Adler, one of the edito- rial writers of the Commercial Ap- peal, left Sunday evening for Chica- go to join a party offriends in an ex- tended motor trip which will include New York City, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, points in Canada and Northern Mrs. Raymond Manogue of East Maine woods. He will re~urn in about Parkway, South, acompanied by her~ three week~. daughter, Amelia, and Mrs. L. Terry,| with her two daughters, Linda Cath-i Themany friends of Mr. M. Prin- trine and Lorena, left Wednesday[daville will rc, gret to hear that he is morning by motor for Monteagle, in St. Joseph s Hospital. We hope Tenn., where they plan to remai.n a that he will soon be able to return to week or ten days. his home and loved ones. is also registered at St. Joseph's Hos- pital. Mr. Frank Halloran of the Halloran Tractor Company, has returned from a tour of European countries. Mr. Halloran was accompanied by his daughter, Miss Martha Jean, and her schoolmate, Miss Margaret Donavan, of Fargo, N. D. They visited Ireland, E,n~land, Scot!and, France Belgium and Italy. Mr. Halloran says that all Europe is intensely interested in the proposed flood control work that is to be done in the United States. While abroad, Mr. Halloran was the gues~ of the ministers of public works, who showed this keen interest, especially what will be done to protect the Mis- sissippi Valley from the devasting floods. In Rome, they had the pleas- ure of a private audience with Our Holy Father, Plus XL Miss Dorothy Walsh of Algiers. La., who has bee,n the charming house Miss Nell Silk, one of the best lov- I The continued illness of Mrs. Sallie guest of Miss Margaret English, is ed teachers in our city schools, has Gardner, who is at St. Joseph's Hos- leaving this week for her home. Miss gone on a~, extended trip which will pi~al, is a source of deep regret to Walsh has made many friends during include a xisit with her niece, Mrs. her many friends, her visit here, who regret her de Steve Edmison, and her husband, in __ . parture. She has been the recipient their home in Akron, Ohio, where she Another familiar figure who is ] of many social affairs and in wishing plans to remain for a eoup]e of weeks. After this Miss Silk will go to Wash- ington, Philadelphia and New York, where she will take the steamer trip to Savannah, returning to Memphis by rail. Can't help saying we would like to be her traveling companion. However, we wish her a pleasant va- cation and that she will return gTeat- ly benefited by the change. Mrs. Pat Reilly of Louisville, Ky., is in the city the guest of her daugh- ter, Mrs. John Mulroy, in her home in Buena Vista Place. Miss Catherin Gavin left the past missed is Mr. Raphael Semmes, who is confined to his bed in his home. We express the wish of many when we say we hope that he will soon be re- stored to his usual good health. Mrs. J. P. Maricncheck or I20 Sum- mer avenue, is at St. Joseph's Hos- pital, where she recently underwent an operation. Lates~ reports are that she stood the operation well and is doing nicely. A disagreeable pair of tonsils is the reason for Miss Jo Henggeler being her God-speed a cordial invitation is being extended to her to repeat her visit in the near future. We regret to see the name of Mrs. Jos. B. Bishop of 877 Jackson avenue, on the register of St. Joseph's Hos- pital. Amongthe Memphians enjoying the wonderful curative qualities of the fa- mous Hot Springs, in Arkansas, is Mrs. Albert Motroni of 1994 Felix avenue. registered at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. J. A. Sitter proved herself a Hurry up and get well, Jo, there's not charming hostess when she enter- m Oechsler, and her son, Harry, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Mable Hays Baughman Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE Pulaski Count)" Subject to the action of the Democratic part, y. Your vote and support will be appreciated D. g. HAWTHORttE Candidate for . Representative Pulaski County Subject to action of the Demo- cratic Primary, August 12, 1930. I VOTE FOR CHARLES M. SPRAGGINS Candidate for SECRETARY OF STATE LUTHER ADAMS I Candidate for County and Probate Clerk Present Chief Deputy Clerk. Hi~ efficiency, honesty and courtesy in public office has been demonstrated. Luther Adams is thoroughly quali- fied for the position he now seeks, and is familiar with every duty con- aected with the County Clerk's o~- rice. Mr. Adams is considered an ex- pert on probate laws ~nd tax matters. Fie is a law graduatg and capable of giving valuable assistance to those ~ho are unexpectedly ,called upon to handle such matters. Mr. Adams has earned the hearty rapport of those who know him and ~hom he has had the privilege of ~erving. Let's elect a young man ~hom we know can and will serve :he public in a manner to which it is entitled. SAM M. WASSELL Candidate for Congressman Fifth District FRIEND TO LABOR FRIEND TO THE FARMER FRIEND TO THE EX-SERVICE MAN Having assisted many of his buddies and their dependentS. Arkansas has never had a World War Veteran in Congre~' LET'S PUT ONE THERE! qualified by Experience Now Asking Chief Deputy STATE TRESURER P~ST FIVE YEARS C~mdidate for State Treasurer BELVA Candidate to Succeed MYsel} as State Land Commissioner Subject to Action of the Democratic Party I should say to the that I have never been a member of organization of a nature. I have not any time a member secret committee, of P or radical designs. never signed any agreement to do the bidding of any person or cor to the neglect of my duty to the public, and I that I will, if elected County and Probate Judge, nize only my full duty to the office I am sworn a lawful manner. I have every confidence in my nomination" receiving assurances of support from all classes. thank you for your vote and support. | Candidate for COUNTY AND PROBATE jUDGI Pulaski County Free from political entang|ement~ and promises. B.e~sjlll the home is the most important American institution, I w~ free the homestead from taxation. Believe that edueatlon Is the most tm errant function o~ state and that edueatlonal advanages betpween city and eerie"" should be equalized. Believe that the government of this country is the Christian religion. DR. ISAAC J. JONES Candidate for STATE SENATOR PERRY AND PULASKI COUNTIES Demacratlo Primary, August 12, 1930