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(ARK.)' COIWIEU NEWS find Mi's. Allen Poscy, underwent granddaughter, Alia Sue, of Ty- Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. o. o. ifardaway entertaining Friday Bridge c|«b. !)r. and Mrs. Oxriian Honored Wilh Dinner. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. O.vman o. Roselle, N. J., who arc visiting Mr ond Mis. O. H. Ciear here, were guests of honor at a dinner parly given last \i\$M by Mr. HIU( Mrs R. A. Nelson Biici Mr. an<( Mrs George M. Hunt «t the Nclso;i home. Twelve guests were served " three course dinner at small U' bles arranged in Uic living room Jonquils aiid forsythla provided a floral background for tile party Easier eges represent ins various animals marked Ihc guests' places. Games were played following dinner. Mrs, Oxmnn, \vlio was before Uer marriage in 'lie fall Miss Kuthryp drear, and Dr. oxmnii are cxpectfd lo leave for then home tomorrow niter having spoil ftve days here. ' * * JUS VaHy al Hotel The Hole! Noble was the soiling yesterday for a parly given by Mrs. J- C. Ellis for members of Ihc Town and Country c |ub and two giiests, Mrs. Free! V. Rutherford and Mrs. C. B. Wrolen. Refreshments were served after Ihe games in which Mrs. Modingcr was high and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, second hlGh scorer. » * « Has- Tarty for dull Mrs, Toby Long had a parly for members of the ADO Bridge club yesterday afternoon whct\ she en- lerlaincci nine guests in addition to the club. They were: Mrs. Harold Niinn, Mrs. Rciikcit Wetcnkamp, Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. Rjjcy B, Jones, Mrs. Goromvy Poclz, Mrs. If. P. Kclscy Jr., Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Hanirnn Taylor and Miss Virginia Nimn. Easter lilies nnd jonquils decorated the entertaining rooms. The hostess served refreshments after Ihe games. Mrs. John Thomas Scanjon received high score prize and Mrs.. Charles Langston Jr.. second prl?£, among (he club members. Tlie guest prize was presented Miss Niinn. , ,i»i » » « ' ** Is Hosless |o C)uli Jonquils and Gladioli decorated the home of Mrs. Janies H. Dell ycslcrday afternoon \vjim sUc hud the Wednesday Bridge chili pnrly nt her. lioiiic. Mrs. R. L. S'ockeU ivas n guest oi the group for luncheon and the bridge games. , . Mrs. Harry Kirby was liluh and Mrs. W. J. Wiindcrllcli, second high, in the games which followed lunch. ' ' * * ' Gives Book Kcvicir Mrs. R. F. Klrshner gave n book review at the meeting of Chapler D of the P. E. O, sisterhood yesterday afternoon al l)ie home of Mrs "William, Lnwshe. .After Mrs. Klrsfuicr luul discussed Hi? book. "Grandma Calls it, Carnal," Ihe hostess served a dessert course. Eight members nnd two {.'"rats, Mrs. B. E. Hilen of Everett, Wash., and Mrs. A. B. Cunningham, who is enroutc from Mcclford. Ore., to Baltimore lo make her home, heard the review. The guests are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A." Conway. Half Moon News Have Surprise 1'a.rly Members of the Half Moon Mis- sioiiary. society of the Methodist church surprised Ihclr pa.slor and family with a party at the parson- nge at Dell Tuesday. following a [irogram. the members presented gifts to (he guests of honor, * * Kon Born A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peoples Tuesday. The buby has not yet been named. * • « To Organize Club Miss Christine Doyle, teacher of Home Economics al Dell, will come here Thursday lo organise a home economics club. Miss Florence Evans, of Memphis, spent (he week end wilh her sister, Mrs. E. B. Walker. Miss Glcnora Brooks, of Blytlic- villc, spent the week end willi Betty Decker. FLAPPER FANNY - COPR.1910 B< Kt» StmncC.IKC. T.U. HO U, 5. PAT. OIF. By Sylvia' Bits of News Mostly Personal* "This is Emily. 1 botclm never would suspect she's doublc- ' iointocl, wouldjn?" Miss Ai'i'lick To Koprcsenl Band .|.M Queen Coulesl Miss Mai] 1 Jean Aftlick. ilnngli- ;er ol Mr. and Mrs. a. W. /Uflick, ins been chosen lo represent Ihc local band al the Northeast Arkansas Band Festival nt Forrest City lonaw ivlicn a band queen will be .selected to reign for the coming year. The Blythevllle contestant Is head drum major of the bawl. The rjiiecn will be chosen by three 1111- tnown judges who will announce heir choice at the dance In Ihc Forrest City high school gymnasium whiclh will be held fallowing .he iiutreliing contests Friday night, I-'lve liihidrcd unifoi-incd students •cprcsenting n bands of NorllicHsl Arkansas will .compete for honors MBlnuihs. at, nine o'clock ul Ihe ilgli scliool aiidilorliun where Llie conccrls, ensembles nnd solos will )c held. Each bund will play lUrce lumbers, preferably a march and two overtures. The blind will recess at 11;30 o'clock for l|ie massed >aradc llirougli- the business district. Al 1;30 o'clock Ihe concert will resume in the auditorium nnlll 4:30 o'clock. Tlie climaxing evonl of the festival will start al Smith stadium at 7:30 o'clock when the marching contest will be conducted Lalcr life bands will mass to play chosen selections. The Dlythcvilic group Is entering mo concert band, marching band and euphonium or baritone horn contests. Bill Morse anil Billy Jonti: will represent the local group. In Ihc latter contest. Marriage Licenses Fifteen couples have applied at Hie Blylhcvillo office of (lie county court clerk for licenses lo wed during tile past ten days. Names of the couples and (he officers or ndnisters . performing (lie ucro- monlcs, it .lusted, are as follows-' Johnnie Warcn Morn nntl Mrs Opal Carltiic Sharp, bolli of Ulythc- vilic. by Magistrate T. L, Cussidy Walter Ywngingcr of Or-iyvillc. in' and MISS Pauline Vance of Moult- eollo. III., l, y Magistrate Cassidv; Alvm Earl |'r)i-|inrd and Miss Annalou Aycocfc. bolh of Blythcvillc- Ro.v Key ami Miss Laura BJ;m- clnt-d. both of ncll. Kvcrcll Ernest HollLs and Mix Pearl Myers Ragsdalc, bolh of Caraway; James Works and Miss If \ratcr is to be added Id an automobile batlcry, it slioulti uc tlone before the ear is to be run, not after returning from a trip lACKACHl? Try Wushinff Esccss Poisons And Acid Thru Kidneys And Stop Gctliiujjjp Nights 35 CENTg PROVES IT W!,cn your hi,lri C y s ar(; ovcrias aiwl i-our Warier Is Irriiatc.J and m ,. sago scanty and often smaitj ami burns, you may noc.l (Jolrt M C 4 i i'^W ^V 5 " 1 '"' a ' n " c "«'•«» fitliAulanl nnd dlurclic ll;,ii slarn lo work at onco and coals but 35 cents at any modern drugstore '°,"° g ?,°5 Mfo iva s- to put more r activity Into Xldncya and Hrln Wanted Lady >vi|), pleasing pmonalily. nra! appearance \vlio ran mc-c; he public easily for a pi-iiiwiient poslllou with future. Also opening Osccola and Luxora. Write L. c/o Courier News. k-M Hobert Berrymaii spent tin- wccl: end in Cnnilbei'sville wllli his grandmothers, ire accompaui«| liti liaicnls, Mi-, and Mrs. Jialpli Ber- ryinnn, and family hom^ Sunday afternoon after Ihey had vi.silcd III Caiullicrsvllle ami altemli,! the nmeral of Mr. Bcrryman's uncle. Everett Slepp, In New Madrid. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane spent • yesterday In Marion nml Mrmphjs. I Mrs. Ada Moody and son, Hobby, 1 and Miss Marie chaffln of Carnlh- . cisvllto, Mo., spent Easter here I with their cousin, Floyd Sharp, nntl Mrs. Sharp. Mr. and Mrs, llcnry Kecws are expected to return (lie first nl next week from Hoi Springs where lliev have spent Uirce weeks. Mrs. Totnmic Tiplo'n has spent n few days In New Madrid wlih idalivc.s. Mrs. J. L. Williams, who has been ill at (lie home of her uiclli- cr, Mrs. John Warden, was -it-moved to her liomo at 500 Fiftli street yesterday. Although £ho Is muc), Improved, she Is yet confined lo Uev bed. Mrs. Ktta Bcrryman, Mrs. AU then Randolph and Mrs. Gilbert Utir.el, nil of Cai'iithcrsville spent >'e.5lci'd(iy here with Mr. and Mrs. Halpli Bcrrywnn, antl fn»il)y. Mr. ami Mrs, Jlcnry ivrklns and BOH, James Noel, and Mr. and Mrs. Logan Perkins and family of H\n Cable, btith of Stcelc, Mai}l5lratc Cussldy; Ernesl ,. -• - Tucker, of Marked Tree, and Miss iln L 'ni 1(!l ' el1 . UIHle Joe nml Nor""' Ocn "' " f Mqmpliia, and Mr Lo|s crump, of Blythcvillc, by fcJJBhti'iUe Cassidy; John Until Morgan and Miss Ixiiila Mae Sijies, and Mrs. Flnley Perkins, of New I Ubert.v, sjicnl the week enil will] Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins at Ihclr both pf Maiilln, by U. F. Alston; ,. „ , Cllendel! Galllon. of dell, and Miss & ™' lc11 h , oinc - Tinnlc Ann Keeling, of Blyllievillc, , '" """ M , ra ' w - c - c " le - s W ' M by Maglstnite Cassitly. '"; !lvc tam °"'^ for Ml. pleasant, Mlllcm Dallas, of Shannon, and UvoVeek? '"* CX " CCt '° ' S|K " C ' Miss Willie Lewis, cf Manila, by Mrs . T ;'j. Mn)mn> Mrs Uyron Morse and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Dick Lewis and , , Mauistrale Cassidy; Oliver Pntter- son nntl Miss Nancy May IScckham, both of Luxora, by C. K. Woodfin; Virgil Hopkins and Miss Mtir- wln Walclen, both of Dlytlicvlllo l>y the. Rev. S. A. Merrill; John Henry chlsin ami Miss Etlna Pauline Williamson, bolh of Ulythevillc, by Magistrate CassWy; James Ecliols of Jnefc.son, Tcnn.', 'and Miss several months ' ., Olii I'Yaiicca Alctidow of Cnrtlingc, Tcnn,, by Mnfislrntu Cnssidy; Wil- Iliim E. Turner of Sikcslon and Miss Eieiior L,. Rolh of Cnpc Cii- tartlcau. Mo. At The Hospitals . .• , Shirley Ann, and Mrs. Bennett, all of Crtrutlieisvllle, spciit ycsterdny with Mrs. Lewis' jjiireuts, Dr. and Mrs. P. u, Elliott. Etl Workman is riblc to l» out nfler iiiiviiig been seriously ill for Hlyllicvillc ll Uflrtin Ponnock, i'n., dismissed. 'Hiiiadclulilu Sara Posey, city, ndnilllcd. J. It. Hlllhonso. Slcele, admitlix) ilrs. Lcroy Iluddclston, city, ail- nilttcd. Mrs. James Crooks, city, dismissed Mrs. Haynes Tlllmau, oriigga- docio, dismissed.. J. M. Hollnnri, Curinliersville dismissed. Memphis iMcllioilisl llospltal I'arinalc Hall. Osceoki. adinlUctl. Veinon Club, Moulin, admllleil. Hen Llle Coiiiiicre, Ifayti ad- milled. S. E. Harrison, Joiner, admilted. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett and daughter, liilly Marie, and Mrs. N. M. Barnett of Salem, Ark., rclurned last night froirj Fort Myers, Bnulenlown and Sarnsola, Fin., • where llicy liiive • .i|icnt Iho ( winter. Mr. and Mrs. Geor&; M. | Lee, wiio had been wilh them, te| liirnwl a week ago. Mrs.. N. M. Bnriicll will spend a fc* weeks here before going lo licr homo in Salem. V Mr. ami Mrs. Kyle Recce and family have returned to Ihbirhonic til Snow U\ke. Ark., after having spent the Easier holidays here wllli Mrs. Recce's slsler, Mrs. Floyd Sharp, and Mr. Sbnrp and other relatives.," 7 Mrs. Russell Phillips spent yes- lerday In Memphis. '•• Jackie Johnson, of CaVnlhers- vllle, will como tnniglit 16 spend the week end , vvitli Mr. aiid airs. Hulpli Bcrryman. nml family. While here, he plans lo sec "Gone with Hie Wind." i Oscar Bailey is spending today in Memphis with Mrs. Bailey, \vl 'The Thirteenth Day' Is Mystery Drama Twill be ii night f|] O f ijivtlja nnd shudders when -The Thir- Iccnlli Day," u mystery drama by Charje.s s. George Ls prcKenlFd 'Ilnirsdiiy. April 4, by Hie Junior class at (lie hiuh school miditor- iiiin. according to announcement. The Unco act play is directed by Mrs. Charles G. Morebead. The plot hinges on a ticiid man's return to life and the cotnplica- liom resulting when his heirs meel nl Ills desolate home «t midnight on Ihc 13l)i day of Ihc 13th nionlti after his death. . , recently imdonvciil a tnajur operation at tlie Memphis Baptist hospital, Slic will be removed here Sunday. * Sara Posey, daughter :of Mv. —,_., ^ vw ^ t uiiuciYwui' an appendectomy this morning m ll/allc Ksir-lttJn I hospital. Mrs. Homer Flslier lias been MARCH 28, 19-10 called lo Fort Sinllli because of the crlljcal Illness ,of her sister, Mrs. Carl Boblnson. She left yes- lerday morning. Joe Isaacs, who has been quite 111, Is now able lo sit up. He Is at Ills home on Wiilnut street. Mrs. Fannie Baker, Mrs. T. R Watson, Mrs. Willie Roberts anil Mrs. Mary Anderson have relumed from a ten day Irlp lo Texas. Mrs Anderson slopped in Dallas lo visit a sister, but Ihc remainder of Uic party went to Mentone lo visit] Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Baker's sister. Mrs. lucr. Faust. From there, ronza; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowcn of West Mcmplils; G. L. Waddell of Osccola; Mrs. \v. a. Chamber and Mrs, Myrlle Moore both of Luxora. they went lo (he Carlsbad Cave in Carlsbad, N. M., El 1'aso, and down into Old Mexico. They went through (lie mountains en route to Mexico and rclurned throu»h the ftlo Cirande Valley. WilUorn Mrs. Nicholson Is Honored On 82ml UinluUiy In keeping wilh an annual family custom, the family of Mrs..]. M. Nicholson had a reunion yesterday on her birthday. The celebration of her 82nd anniversary was held al Iho home of her dnnghlcr. Mrs. Howard Bowen, nntl family al Double Bridges. Twenty members of tlio family 1 anil u few friends were served a turkey dinner which was climaxed wilh Ihe cutting of a Ihrcc tiered blrllKl.iy cake cicconited in orchid and silver. All but one of Mrs. Nicholson's seven children were with her for Ihe celcbralion. They were Mrs. nowcn, Felix E. Nicholson of Glen Allen, Miss.; Fred D. Nicholson, of Uelzoni, Miss., Van M. Nicholson and Lex Nicholson, both of Tyron/a, nnd Mrs. Virginia Rogers, of Memphis. Another son. llc-n Nicholson, a teacher in Austin Peay Normal ul clarksvillv, Tenn., was inmbie lo attend. All tlio sons are planters except the lailcr. who formerly laiighl at Duke University. Mrs. Nicholson, and the tale Mr. Nicholson, came lo Liixorn from Columbia, Trim., in 18.18 antl located one half mile south of Luxorii on the W. P. Hale plantation where they lived with their family for nine years. They then went lo Oklahoma during the oil boom, and on iii the Texas Panhandle where they lived four years. They -returned to this section where Mr. Nicholson was associaied in fanning interests nl Osccola and Bassctt until his death in 1925. Their son, Ross, was accidentally killed since Ihat lime. ' Mrs. Nicholson makes her home with all of her children, but spends most of her .summers in Glen Allen anil her winter.'; in Clarks- villc. - • She came from CUnk.sville Saturday and left Mrs. Bowcii's in the Lex Nicholson in Tyroiraa. She will go from (here lo Columbia, Tenn., lo join her two- sisters wlio arc coming from SI. Petersburg, Fla., for a month's visit at Ihe old Slcele and two guests, Mrs. Lee I baby of Pai-ma Yeagcr and Mrs. Marshall IJiir-' here wicli Mr roughs, Tuesday afternoon. The | Mi- and Mi-c i high score priKc, perfume, wcnl to Mrs. Mrs, J. B. German and second high, u glass jewelry buwl, went lo Mrs. Harbcit Hiulgens. Tlie hostess served cheese cubes, polnto chips, pickles, olives, fruit ialad and coffee. Next week the society will lit; cnlerlnincd in Ihe home of Mrs. Conrad Frame. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal [is. Sicclc Hostess to Clul) v .. ,-,v<j uuiic Mrs. R, (1. Stccle Jr. was, hostt-ss ' Wind" at Ulytheville £ce'r a ;;;r c ±' ±!?. BcMc L ub » r !,>«»-*»- <-^ MC™ ** Mrs. Tom Lewis spent Tuesday afternoon al Denlon where they visited Frank Wisdom who has boon sick with pneumonia- but who is now Improving. Albert Jordan spent Monday in Memphis on business. Members of the Junior Class of Cooler High school on a theatre Party Tuesday night where they wont to sec "Gone With the Wind." Mrs. Edgar Foivler of Poplar lull spent Tuesday here mill relaiive.s. in the aflernoon she nnd C. Wngslcr, Wind The I her mother, Mrs Q "went- U, sec "Gone' !•« s Hostess To Tripoli's Mr. and Mrs. Oils Cooper entertained six friends at a Tripoli parly at their home Monday night when the sprint' motif was used in the decorations. After a series of names of Tripoli nntl bridge the hostess served sandwiches ami iced drinks. * * * Mr. ami Mrs. John C. Good and daughter, Fairy Ann Hazel of Danville, Ky., are .spending this week wjlli Mrs. Good's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Jordan. I Mrs. James Bianktnship of Huron, T'enn., is spending tills week In Cooler as guest of her sister, Mrs. Bill Russell and Mr. Russell. Miss Adinee Copcland who is nUciuliiiB college in Springfield, Mo., spent the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Alma G. Copeland. Will H. McCord of Union City, Tcnn., was a guest of Miss Lorcnc Kusnini; Sunday. Mrs. Liiinie Duke anil daughter, New Uneitr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Jones and Ralph Me- were visitors in cape Garar- deau Sunday afternoon. Mi', and Mm. Jack Wimp were visitors in Capo Girardeau Sun- Miss Uorris Uanietl. spent tat, weekend in Jtmesboro with her sis- lei-. Miss Christine nanicll, who LS attending college there. Mrs. Ellis Hunt and son Harold arrived Tuesday night for .several • ,. l with I)C1 ' Parents. Mr. Mrs, Q, c. Waystcr. Ashci-aft of Lilhourn is Liquid CAPUDINE for HEADACHE spending this week here with hi grandmother, Mrs. Grace 'JoncV who Is recovering slowly three weeks Illness. Mrs. Opio Shepherd of Hayll an* Mis. Harold Davis of Blylhevlll spent Tuesday here wllli their par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kcvcllc c Greemvay, Ark., spent Ttiesda night hci'e as guests of Mr. an Mrs. Dowdy Barger, i Mrs, B. H. Lawson will return t the Walls hospital over the week end where she is to undergo a ma jor operation, Mr. and Mrs, Hooo|icr Azbi spent Tuesday at Yarbro, Aik' where they were guests of Mr. am Mrs. Henry Pollard. Holly \Iack Brown nnd Die! Mirlile arc spending this week Ii Bloomfield. Mrs. Jim Brown who for scvcr.i wcck.s has been confined to he. home by illness was able lo visi friends iu Blylhcvlllc Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan spcii- last weekend at Lepanto, Ark where they were guests of' 'jjfc'i daughter, Mrs. Dan Portis, Jr., um In tnily. , home Miss liny Davis. I . Besides her sons and daughters, others present for Hie party were: Mrs. Van Nicholson of Tyronzn and daughter and husband of Memphis; Mrs. I.e.\- Nicholson and. 1. Docs not rat dresses, docs nnt irritate skin. 2. NowaiiitHjiodry.Qiiibeuscd right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for I to 3 Jays. Removes udot from perspiration. Iras.vanishing cream. S. Arm! has been awarded ilic AppiovalSealofilieAmcrir.au liismutc of Liimifcri'ng for Ivinfl harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars ol Arritl have boon sold. Tiy a jai Ipdayl JtRRID iSXl'EKT BEAUTY CALL 106 Jippolrilnient Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCB SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Vap. Batlis Mrs. Ruth Lawhon •M V Ladies' Shoes Kid, lilack I'iit- White, Urown & Blue & While, umps, S(ni|is or Tics $2.95 nd $3.95 Sizes 8 to 10, Widths AAA to EK. KICHVII, liriiwn, Wliite, FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN $395 lJruw!n Illiiek.' 1'hiin or Pcrfor- utuU, 0 I0..12, A ,io k Poll Parrott Shoes for Boys & Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 31 2 W. Main I'lionc 231 \\Y\I\ Sign the New Register attheRitz ! ALL THIS WKKK "Gone With The Wind" JMiilim-cs. al 10 a.m. & 2 : oo pm Niglit Show S:lin p.iu. Courier Nuwi ^onl ads. CHILDS ff\l |\C t . CULDb 'S. XV-:'JB Rell < :v « misery dlrccl VICKS VAPORUB ROXY >MATIM-:I<: Kvr.itv D'AV THIS \VI;I;K : NOW SHOWING THRU MONDAY iri,' n 'i Sl> fi:"" > "' S "" Sl ' als :>rc rcsrr « (t - ' l "Ms are now on sale rrrf, ' '. ' MCCk(l:l - V "«"«CCS will I)C Usual ' eOllllllllOlM rrfonianrc.s »U, ,,„ re^nrt. .sral s . . . rpme ;1 ,,Mi,n f fr,,',, 10 A.M. i,,, („ f.lt, P.M. aii/1 .src u rnmrlrle show . . . Sim- day rnnhnrn wi il be n-srrvnl. show Marls m 2 !'.» ' nnii , , ""P >»° » ound'y tlio «hol« ntulit Ihroueh But be syre to gel.QOLD aiEDAt-it" Wnulne medlcliie.tor «cak *|5^ 1 GONE WITH THE WIND Mail Orders Nn\y Arcc[itcd Tii-kets on Sale nl »»\ Qflicc NigM Siinws (,S p.m.) all scuts rescm-d 1.1 2 ind. ln\ btmclK.v Mat; (2 p.m.) all scats reserved 1.12 ini'l. tnx \\eckduy Jtrtts. CoiHiuuous. Not roservccl 75c incl. la.\ THEATRE Blythevill© (Suuil Krusuns \Vlu- Vou .Slum! AlUnil Ihr i;,ix } . iilmiiy Dunns ,y, CinjslaniT IMnori- in " Laugh It Off" Salurday, Mari-h 'Ibr: "(ji-ccn Horh.[- f f "Oil" M-li.(| far- : 1-Auril \ Coiiltiiuoiis Sl,«, v Also Comedy FR1GIDAIRE "Cold-Wall" Noiv at New Low Prices! We're now showing die rcfrij;ct,ui)r (h.\t will stay nindcrn for years to come. It's the Frigiilaice "Cold- Wall" built on an entirely new principle of food protection. Brings life-preserving colJ to your fooils in a new way that keeps them from clrjitij; out. Saves vitamins, saves freshness, color. Saves vital food juices days longer. Come in. New low prices are ' now in cITccf. See tliis new miracle of food- kepping^the Frigidaire "Cold-Wall" at our ^ store todjy. Greatest Advance hi Hoiue Rdljt-igcratiou Iii 25 Years! •FARMER TERMS: 1-3 THIS FALL 1-3 FALL 1941 (7 11:00 n.m.- LISTEN TO KIC\ W. Main 1-3 DOWN HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. W, ADAMS, Manager Phone I

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