The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 22, 1934
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BLTfTHEVILLE, (AilK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ; 22, ; - Social Calendar . MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's missionary society Pint Methodist church meeting nt the church, 2:30 pin The Business and Professional •'Women's I club are having a le- sesrcli program al the club rooms at the Hotel Noble at 7:30 o'clock. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Chester R. Babcock having Tuesday Bridge club'. Young Matrons club meeting with Mrs ilcy B. Jones. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS The Muslo'Club will meet at S ]>. in, at the Jiomo of Mrs. Russell Farr. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Mid-Weck Bridge liib. A Rockefeller In Social Whirl County'.Council His GiKft Speaker. Thirty-two communities were icinciented by 59 club women »t the county cotmcil of Home Demonstration clubs yesterday. An till day session was-held. Mrs. Walter Wood presided over the business meeting and W. 0. Amstein, stale horticulturist, was the' guest s|K<ik- er. The high points in Mr. Amslcln's talk were the importance of planting fall gardens to supplement i those vegetables vhlcli have .been canned 01 dried by planting Hies-; things: turnips, mustard, spinach, lettuce, and radishes lie/, strongly recommends that a louse proof variety be planted such as Purple Top or Whit* Olqbc. Mr. Amstein recommends that the -garden soli be impioved by planting the soll- butldine products such as vetch, rje or oats to be turned under In the spiing. lie jecommcnds starting c*bbagc and onion plants i" early Octobci In cold frames or pioteclcd locations. After Mr. Amsidu'b talk a discussion was engaged in anil questions were asted nbovit gcttlns rid of insects and other pests. To the yard improvement leaders Mr. Amsteta recommends dial \\-lntcr lawns be planted, culling beds for 'shrubs"be started In the fail ana UiBt long lived trees be plwiUS ''and trees be pruned. •- The Council ".'ill hate a two day rest camp next Thursday ami Friday al Harris Park on Highway Gl. Most Interesting reports were giV- tn from the delegates that attended the slate itsl camp. Bits oj AWs -i.' Mostly Persona! Turns On I in Plaid 'fills liclr to many million: i',ocs ill (ov society more Mian do tltc oilier ineiiilii'rK uf tin? famous liimily to wlilrli lie lie-' lOHf.6. Hu is Nelson Uoi-kufcller. ton of .lolin 1).. Jr., shown M lie allcinleil n H'«'|,:lon uiul Him jirciiilcva In 11 Nc\v Yuri! music ball. flayli Society-Personal 'Moss liiyim, who lui-J liern spending some lime he-re with his mother. Mrs. K. M. Bryan, mid ilttUBhlcv, Miss Ell-.-n. will leavi Sunday for New Ycirfc. where lie 'i Ills home. He viill begin ro- .slnK immediately for a IH'oad- way revue. Mr. Bryan. '.v!u> usc.s both ills own name- and thai of l'yn MovBini, hns t-.'cn on tlic stai;c and an cntcrluliipr lor tin past five years. Mr. mid .Mrs. Karl 1'i'lm, «t' Santo, Tex., visited friends here yesterday, Imvlni; inotori'd up on business. Mr, I'eAer.s resided her.' 14 years njjo. Mrs. Baker Wilson und ilaiijjh- ter, .Jane, liuvc r.-turned from " visit in Memphis. Mi's. L. S. Williams has reluineii lioiiio after .several days visit wi.n relatives in Bradford, Tonn. Miss Carolyn Haley Is spending the week end In .Memphis as guest of Lcrton llcmphlll. Mrs, M. O. U.srcy, Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. J. L. Cherry, mul Mrs. H, A. Lynch spent' l-'riditv in'Mem- phis. . The llev, Grovev Sutherland returned last nlBlit from Chicago, where he attended the fair. Mrs, J. Ci. Dnriies and Mrs. If. Is. Reynolds are in Mariunna intending the group meeting of the Business and Professional Wo- iin's, club. Mrs. Frank Higlillll, Mrs. 11. llluhlUI, mill nottor Kdiw Mies, t'iil Friday in Memphis. Rev. and Mi's. S. H. Salmon Imve returned from Little Hock U'licre they were guests ol Mrs Salmon's parents and assisted them In moving to Noriumi, Ark., where they will be employed on the slut of Cuddo Valley Academy, Sasvycts-Rotobirs, Announcement 1ms been made of the marriage of Mrs. Augusta Rabbins 'and Robert Sawyers, both of htre, which was solemnized Sep: tembor H. The Rev. H. D. Morit- gonieiy performed the ceremony. * • » Roberts-Brock. Miss; Myrtle Brock and Houston Roberts, both of Armorel, were united in marriage September H by the Rev J. R Shepherd. • * * Nonnred-Brc nn Announcement has been made ol the marriage of Miss Pauline Brenu and Charles Norwood, both ol Leachville. Justice C. H. Darner performed Ihe ceremony September H Mrs. Hoss Sunders ol HI. Louis here visiting in the huini- ol her sou. Drury Sanders, and family. licv. and MR. 11. A. Date and daughter, LorctUi, aiiil a. Mr. Baker, of. Lllbourn, were here Sunday and attended the unveiling of the scene on .the Baptist churtfl Baptistry. ii. -T. Byur's-Jr.,. L. V. McDonald and Oscar Wilkerson, employes c[ the Dbrris' Motor company, nllchcl- edili fchevrolojt mliellng at Kcnnett Thursday evciling. . ,\V,.jCunnliiBham left lor o.iArt.'f'rhursday, to spcifd a few days on business. Mr. and Mrs, Arllc Oliism me Mr. Allen C. Gvceinvay Weds Mcim, Ark., Gir Mo. — AniLOimcemen Ims been made of I ho nuirrim; al Menu, Ark., o Miss Ouirta Rldling, of that ell} and Mr, Allen C. Grmiwuy, mom ber (if u prominent t'eintscot eoun ty family. Mrs.' Grecmviiy is ih<: diuirjlilc of Mr. and Mis. S. M. llldllnfj, o Menu. She is an honor' gradiia of the .University of -Arkansas. MY. Grcenway Is : the son of., Barney Grecnway. glnner :iiul planter. • He Is a gnulimle- ol Ihe Caiutheisvllk hiyh .school und is now associated HES Out To See America First - - In Cup Races CIIIUS'IIAN SCIKNCIi •MATTER" Is Ilic subject ol the li-Mou-sernion which will lie read In all Churches of Chvist, Sclenl- 1st, Sunday morning ill 11:00 o'clock. Tiie Golden Text. Is Psa'inis 11-1:7. The sermon will utso in- i:liuit passages from the Christum Science textbook, Vj Mary .linker Kiidy, and I'salm 119:33. A Christian Science Broadcast iviil be given each Wednesday at HlrJO a. in. over KLCN. II. J. Kleimllcnst, I'aslor .Sunday school, 0 a. m. Morning worship, 10 a, in. Sermon topic: "How IP Meet Difficulties in Church Work." The congregation ^ul friends lire Invited lo a Mission Rally at Late, Ark., at 2:30 p. m, There will he no evening services for tills reason. Tile Young People's Society will meet Thursday evening, 1:10. You are cordially invited to at U-nd our services. Wearing 11 smart fall (rock ot pioit : wnolan. Miss Mary Heckschcr wa: among the prominent spectators a fashionable New York. The drcs h.i.s riiglan filceveH, a surpllce-lyrr closing and a nattering nccklln that drapes ratlici 1 .' casually abou tlic throat. gin near Cooler. They will tnnkc their home on the Grcenway plantation nt Coltomvood. Three Brothers Hold Reunion After 26 Years bop Born. 'Mr. and Mrs. B. Morrison Hospital h'otes Admitted to the Ulytlievillc hospital: Baby Margaret Cameron, Leachvillc: Louiza Brlnklcy, Manila. Dismissed: Albert LcHoy Germany has perfected 0.0 S m IP ** announced Ihe blrlh of a son al Iheir ' home near Armorel Saturday, Sept. 15. The baby, who weighed eight pounds, has been named James Wasnc Mrs. Morrison was Miss Ollie Ryan before her marriage two years ago. t * * * McGte-Bojd _______ ....... The marriaye of Miss Miles Me- Nichols, Stccie, Mo, dec, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. .MCClec, of Blj Iheville, to Mr. Vcman Boyd, nlso of Blytheville, was solemnized September 8 by of new riders the .Rev. W. J.. LeRoy, pastor of tlje.Lakc Street Methodist church. •Miss McOce, formerly of Prescolt; Ark., wore a turquoise blue dfcss with brown accessories. •Alter a short trip through Missouri, Tennessee and Kenluckv tKey will be at home near Blyt'he ville. Ejtct New Member title Mid-Week bridge club resumed Us seasons activilics Thurs- dSy with a party at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. H. H Houchins, a charter member of t§e club wlio lalcr moved away was reelcc\tti to membership. •A Uo course luncheon was served lo the two tables of members present, and Mrs. Cecil Shane won high score prize, hose. ; • • • •The Baptist W. M. U. circles »lll -meet Monday atlcmoon al 2-3,0. o'clock as follows: Circle number-one at the home of Mrs. J. 11. Jenkins on Dougaii avenue, Circle number two at the homo of Mrs. Charles Aftllck and. Circle number three at thc'church. ' Ihe parents of u 10-poimd boy, born w |t|, i,[ s fallicr at the Oreenwuy Monday. The baby has been named Jo'nn Mark. Mrs. Oil Dodge and daughter, Saron Lynn, who have been visit- Ing their aunt, Mrs. Hcrl Williams, will return to their homo at St. Louis today. Mrs. S. Ii. Nations wns hostess to the Double Four Bridge club at rer home Tuesday evening. Mis. Hugh Lewis received high s=crc prize. Low score award went to Mrs. B. L. Gilbert and consolation ]was drawn by-Mrs. Hugh Don-is. Mrs. B. D. Crowe lias returned home from Dyersburg", Tenn., where she visited relatives. FIRST CmtlSiTAN !•;, K. l.alhncr, 1'usfor. Cliurch School, 9:-15 a. m. Annual Full Rally Day is being bscrvcd. Holy Communion and sermon ut . :tO a. m. Subject: "The Message From the cBinning". Vesper Service, (i:00 i>. m. A Cordial Welcome ways.' extended cnuucii or THE NAZAKENK Kuiihu 1). ISeasley, 1'astor .Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. E. L. Evans, Supl. Morning Worship, 11:30 a. in. N. Y. P. S., C:-15 a. in. livening services, 7:45 p. m. Evangelist Ray Hanec will Teach at both morning and cvc- ilncj services, which will close the evlval Unit lias been in progress or tile past Iwo weeks. The Mc- •Jcely sisters will furnish special misic at both services. riusT BAPTIST cnimim Sunday School, 0:45 a. m. J. A. Holly, Supl. Bcrmon, 11:00 a. in. Dinner will be served in Ihe social Rooms of the church. IB. T. U,, B:45 p. in. Miss Luna B. Wilhclin, Director. Sermon by the piistor, Sillo p. in. Teachers' Meeting, "r.'Jd Wednesday. Prayer Meeting, 8:01) p. in. Choir Rehearsal, 8:30 p. in. President Roosevelt wsis in holiday mood when he tinned from cares of stale to be spectator al the America's Cup races off Newport, R. I. Ready lo pull for the American entry against the British challenger, he is sliown here at -the rail of Vincent Astor's yacht Nournmha!. With him, also keenly enjoying the voyage, are his grandchildren, fistic and Buzzie Drill, and Astor.. I -v. r\ i • ~\/ TV7 / ' ' A J ipe-bmoking 1. W..L. A. Is Mystery Woman of Haifa ihc old cily where anyone .-who an an Arab BV MARION HUllIiNSTKIN Written for NEA Service MUs Friuices Emily Newton sal back in her president's chair in the men's Unifa, . vooiu of the Young Wo- In Palestine, took out her Newton looked at me as If she doubted my statement entirely. "I .think it is :< grat comfort, especially when yon have problems to decide." And Miss Newton has many, not her own. Her home on Jvlouni i Miss Newton walked , through seething Jerusalem thai morning and wns safe, erected by nil Arabs with a reverent salute. All these rumors seemed quite wild, as a very gracious Miss Kcw- (on,. pipe in hand, bade goodby to her ' board members and thanked them for coming to the meeting. Then with the two Y. W. C. A, ipe7nilcd'"irwtlh lobacco. slrucK |Canne), which overlooks Uie beau- j^ aries vvc walke " "°™ sla »' s KITCHEN KENTON, O. (UP)—For the .first lime in 26 years, ti-.vec brothers, all natives o[ Germany, met in Keiiton for a reunion. They \vere: Carl Clcra, a college professor, of Oberrusch, Germany; the Rev. Joseph Oerz. of SI. SUv- ven's church, Cleveland, and Frank Ciera, Kcntonian. The Ihree recounted events of their childhood In Wancrl Weslerwald, Germany, where they were born. In early manhood, two of tin- sons had emigrated to the United States. Tile third, Carl, remained. :it i:ome_, declining tlicrcuflcr ever to join his brother Here until hi; | came this summer for u visit. control motorcycle tor instruction! An apple contains about j per cent water. M tO V y DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO PS Eva.Forsylhe McFailaucl f and Willie Linn Marry STEELE, Mo — Mrs. .Eva For- 6yl£e'iMcFarland and Mr. Willie Ltnn ."were married at Carulhers Ml M' Wednesday morning • by Ally Earn Cornell. Mrs. Linn, who was lormeny eirtployt-d " aV rjlythevillc, came to Steele t»o monlhs ago lo ttil&e.'litf home with, her uncle, P. 'Foraytiie._She Is a graduate ol the high fcKool at Finley, Tenn Mr Lirin B^emplojed at a beer garden »t Hetmondale They will live in -Blytbeville but at present are *Hh Mr. and Mrs For- V~ PACiKTG A£E. L IC-uSVt, DWJE LSYTOM FCEKCH A»JD GEG'-'.-W SH- IC'CE SMS CO,j;.P SJPLAlO UY MAKY E.. DA GUI: NKA Sn-vh-c Ma IV Writer The dsvcrcsl mother I know iius worked out » line plan to get, enough nconliniL 1 nouvishmeni and vilitiiiini-.s into her youngest child, who is one ol Ihosc rcluc- tanl caters iiiat cause parents .-.o nucli woiTiinent. What sue dots is serve a c:\rctiitly-piepiired vegetable soup made wilh incut or chicken stock and clitTorcul vcg- etiiblcs every tiny. Thru lo mid both food elem.'nl and interest, she accompanies Ihc soup with croutons, those little brown crunch)' squares of buttered lonst that children love. There ore several ways lo mast- croulcns. Some cooks dip the iienl cukes of bread in melted bm- ler and brown them in the oven. Others drop the cubes Into deep hot fat and fry lo a golden brown in sixty seconds. Choice of llrcail Is Impcil.iiil Tlic bread chosen for crouton! is really more Important than the- method. H should l:c stale but not too dry and crumbling. / tine, closi>»tBinrd IcxUivc is cssi-n lial. Cul in slices about 1-2 incl thick. K-UIOVI- crusts and cut cad slice into culics with R sliivvp knife The cubes arc dried until they an crisp through. After mis the mny be toasted or tried in rtecn fat. Croutons may be properly sen' cd in two ways: lo eacl pel-ton imiiirdliur-ly after his sou is placed before him. ur it IIic soup I is served l:y ilir- tirad of llu- family at Ihe t:iulc. English fashion, he may drop out- or |-*o tablespoons of corutons into each plate as ho sews il. Cronlohs. unlike rrnckcrs, or;' supposed to i;o into tfie soup ami j tor-iii a patt of H. CoiiKqiiciilly hey arc eaten vitli Ihc ton,) fron'i lie soup plate and never with ui» fliiRcrs. Toast Micks ;UT u-Iuit ihcir ifiies iiiipiir!., sucks of toaM Tlie bread for then- j s cm in bout 1-2 inch (hick and 1-2 vide nncl 3 hu-h.'s 10115. n | s n ic i, ousted in n hen r,,.. n , :V1C | r,. rv c(! iiilmltered. liki- n-nckrrs. Hart- :c v iion helps himscU and butter' •Us Mick or not, ns ho prefers '•"v not hrokcn into SECOND BAPTIST CllUKUil \V. Alnln ul 18th Street .1. T. ttcnfro, 1'a.slor n I'aslor's res., lit) Si). 18lh i Ullilc .School, '0:-15 a. m. Thrii. !!ogau. SUpt. Classes for all n(" Morning worship,- 11 n. m. Scr- non by the pastor on "OPPORTUNITIES AND HINDRANCES." Young people's meeting, 6:30 p. uialcii, drew once and again on il und said: "So they don'i allow e'H'ls to smoke in the Y. W. C. A.'s in America, slrangc. But then you Americans do dt such strange things." Miss Newton besides being Ihe tonorcd und very much respected president of Ihe Young Women's Christian Afsocialion in Haifa, is also a Dame of Justice of the Venerable Order Within the British Rcnlm, ot the Knights Hos- pitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, and a. Fellow of the Royal Geographic- Society. She was president of the Haifa branch of that r'pclety for 1931. * But wherever .Miss I^ewton goss and"-whatever she docs, h'cr bis handbag goes' with her, the one which contains her pipe, lobacco and her matches. Watching her smoke us she presided over the board meeting Evening; worship, 7::it) p. in. Sub- S iful Haifa Harbor, is a very much 'isited place. "Tile Arabs bring all their "Perhaps you can give u.s some advice!" she suggested. "Here v/,i roubles to me." Mira~Ncwton con- fixed this house to accommodate lie stoDDscl for a moment tourists." Miss Newton uaved her tided. She o refill her pipe and light it igiiin. "They say lo me: 'You arc tlic mother of the poor and the oppressed; who shall wo turn to but you?" Not only do the peasants lind their way to her lovely home on the top of tils beautiful Mount Carmel, to bring lo iier their domestic troubles, their property quarrels, their grievance. 1 ; against Ihe.Brilish govermiienl, but mon- urchs crime also. Kirij I'cisal Once Way HIT (.iuesl "Come with me and f will hand lo Ihe empty rooms, which were being used only by three iilcsts. Uptown, the hotels and pensions were so crowded lhal they were turning guests away. "I wonder why they don't come here, can you tell me?" Miss Newton asked, as she emptied out the ashes in her pipe and packed it away in her bag. "Perhaps if you would write a little article for your American newsjiapei's ubout : our house, it would help." show of Hie Young Women's Christian Association, one had to acknowl- ; 'One of the'deadliest jolii in' Lut' .'world is that of working in 'Bo-' you j.'ist where King Feisal .sat,"!hernia's radium mines. The avcr- Miss Newton said, and led tile way ^ ages life span of workers here is upstairs, followed by tlie Y. W. ionly 37 years, due to poisoning. C. A. secretaries and all her board I •: —• All people welcome. Mid-week service '-'iO p. in, Bible inrssaije by pastor. members, to a balcony. "flere it-was where King l-'eis-jl jat when tile French ran him out | I AND ITS!" jj 0 delicate Indylike puffs. " No | °f Damascus in August of 1920. 11 lEinoking because it means grace- j remember it as if it happened yes- Ifiil eesluVhig for idle hamls. .No I terday! And early ons morning Wednesday, | S ( rl .,, c M | S5 Francc .s Emily New- | r'eeshtly I stood here and watched loiv lakes those contented puffs \ "'e sll ip conie in, bsaring his which sends clouds of smoke! body." Use Shiblcy's Wonder, and Old Trail (ho SIKTHOIJIST CllimCll W, V. Womiu-k, I'astnr Church i-chool, 0:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:55 ;,. ni. itibject, "Lost. Motion." Sjiccial .service al 2:30 p. in. with Dr. P. Scott McBfii Subject, "A Fool's League worsli . Evenign woreliip, 1:30 p. m. Snb- iect, "The Champion Wecd-Grow- All in need of a church home ,-ire invited to worship with us. [swirling round her yrey head, she "is-the-kind of smoker who enjoys her pipe and her tocacco. She MILS liccn Smoker 13 Years I And it is not, a new fad. She J about 43 years." Newton leels very much al home smoking in Ihc Young Women's Christian Association, for It formerly was her own liotnr. Two years ago she presented it lo l-TIJST ritKSKYTKIHAN CHUItCtl H. II. Salmon, Castor Sunday School. !):45 a. m. S. E. Vnil, Superintendent. Cliurch Services. 11:0(1 a. m. Sermon Subject, "In the Spirit on Ihc Lord's Day." Younjf Peoples 'Meeting, 7:00 p m. Evening worship, 8:00 p. m. Sermon Subject: "He Carelli for Me." Airline Pilot Will Become Freshman IIRBAKFAST -. naked wilh cooked c-,i«il : ,iul crisp (O,IM. m \n : , cnl ,- cc I.UNCtlliON .- crc-am of i-eli-r tonp, cvoutoiis, niict-d louuuoo.- noston In-own broad, | ;c<1c ], ,|umn lings, milk, lea. UINNER - Bre.nlai veal cutlr macaroni iu tomato j;uice, Ken lucky womkr licnns. grape \y- milk, coflce. CLEVELAND. (UPl Hiidson marl, seven years an airmail and ransport pilot, wants lo doff his lying helmet for a freshman cap nd study law. Smart, "united Airlines pilot for hrce years. Hew Ills last (light from ,mcago to Cleveland recently. On rrlval here. l;c handed in his rcs- gnatton. He will enter Ihe Univcr- ; ily ot Texas to study law. Living bacteria can lie found in bituminous coal at a depth of note than 3000 feet, scientists say. I tlie organi/ation, which promptly honored her by naming il Nswlon House. It is .surrounded by a high stone wait and entered by swinging back an iron door. A walk leads through a lovely garden to Mic large house, it's higli- cctlhvgcd rooms miriiculonsly coo on not Palestine days. Yet, wilh her pipe belching ,moke, sh? seems strangely on of place in this very feminine tllnlng room that .serves also ns 30;vrd loom. None of the other beard members or tlie Y. W. C. A. sccreUuies Einokrd. not even a lone cijiirellc, but all were amazed when told that smoking was frowned upon by liic Y. W. C. A. niithorilics in America. FimLs .SmoMi); Helps Solve rrnb'cnis "How very strange! 1 can't understand why there should bo any fuss about ladies smoking." Miss Many wild rumors arc circuited about Miss .Newton in Haifa. 'or instance, there arc many pco- !e who say she is in the intelli- ence service of the' British gov- rnmem because she has no viable means of support but main- ains a spacious home on Mount brmcl and a cnr and chaiilTeur. The monthly visits of the High Commissioner Sir Arlhnr Wauchope lo licr home arc not purely social, tjul arc on matters of state old residents of Palestine say. He comes lo talk to her, they bslisvc about her job—which is said lo be primarily to befriend the Arabs and iustigalc llvem against, the Jew. Crilirs Say She Ucpc-rls iu l-jngtaiul There are lolk.s who :i;iy her trips'lo KngUind on behalf of Hie Arab an;l his proiierly rights really are trips lo report to the colonial sccrel service office in London. Why, they ask. .should nil E"B- Ish lady of her advanced years, iving in tlie ctol safety ol Mount Carmel. decide lo take n six-hour Iraln ride to Jerusalem the very ol the Arab Uemonstvu- tion and attempted riot? Why should she choose to walk through 11KKT f'itlCliS I'AIl) I'Oll Cotton J. E. Hasson I'hnnc 4ii9 OITicc Grand U-mlcr Jlltlg. All Day Services I-TUST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday in honor of (lie Rev. ALl-'UED CARPENTER, hew pastor, who lins relumed from a summer spent in Europe. Dinner served on Ihe grounds. The dr.igon fly is able to backwards ns H.S forward's. !\'ow Located at Soullicasl Corner Walnut anil Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON' EDW.MiDS, Vropriclor II makes of rebuilt Typewriters, \ildiii{; Machines and CatcnVilors llcpalrinj—Parts—Uibbons rhoii! 71 A. G. SH1IU,EY Wholesale Grocer A ^ex-fect meat at the price of an ordinary one- SUNDAY WXNKll .ffli: Slnimp Cocktail Choice at Meats: Baked Yojiiut Hen willi Oyster Urcssuij: Fried Spring Chicken. A ;,a Miiryhmd Filet Mignon. 'Mushroom. Sauce Au' Uralin t'olnloes ! liutlt-itd rear, Brown Susaicd -Sw:el t'oiatojs Canllllo'.vi-r en Cream Spinueli wilh Hard Iloilcd Kga,', Frozen Tomato Salad Apncol Ice Cream Southern Corn Bread Hoi i}j<,cuits Collci- OIM'OSITB CITY \\\\,\. MIlK

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