The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 6, 1930
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PAGB TWO J3LYTHRVJLLE,JARK.) COURIER NF,\VS Iteuis of Personal Interest onplPTV PI I IRQ OtlulL I T-uLUDu Activities and News of Woineo Weekly Dinner Out Will Make Wife A Better Cook Society Calendar Friday The Ladles Bible Sunday school class of the First Methodist church will rc«t »t the home ol Mrs. L. M. Burnette at 7:30 o'clock. The American Legion Auxiliary Is rheetlng at the home cl Mrs. George. U... Lee with": Mrs.i.J.ohn W. j Meytri' also as hostess.- f ' \ Mesdames G. E. Keck, O. W. Mc- Cutclien' mid Horace T, 1 , tiiilp nrc entertaining at. bridge il'. the Wv>-,| mart's club house al 2 o'clock. Belles and Beaux Bits of News Mostly Personal Club Play* Contract. Me'inbers of tlie Wednesday I Bridge club began playing conlract I nt the" party yesterday given by I Mrs. Joe D. Halbach, Mrs. W. H. Minyard won ttc prize, hosiery. There,was a note of Thanksjlv- ing in. th,e tallies and In the cle-! llcious plate lunch of shrimp sal- j ad, pie and coffee. * • + ' Music Club Meets. Misses Christine, Josephine ana Antt'a Joyce Bryeans were hostesses .to members .of .the McDo\v:ll Music club. Wedriesday'aflernoonut Miss Minnie Lee Jones' studio. After the singing of the club song, Alice Joe McFall, Christine] Bryeani, Clinton Massey, JosepMne ! Bryeans, Pauline Holland. Howard I Massey nnd Anita Joyce Bryeans i ,, „ v _ ar old s jwt llki you can >°" c ™, " e " as - Miss Ola Hob Hauls returned last night from Parngould where flic spent two days organizing a class In dancing. She will go there on each Tuesday. Miss Clara Ruble ar.d Lf'jmnn Olllcsple motored ;r (or her. Mi;s Louise Waklen, who lias l-*r. Quite 111, Is no better today. us Anna Margaret Dent under.'•i: a tciisllcctomy at the Mem- Bspilbt hospital yesterday. H.'r c'.othcr, .\frs. R. C. r>nt jr., her. Tt« Rev. J. O, Vance is a patient at the Memphis Methodist ."lospltal. Milton Sternbern will return lo- n'.gh'. from Tcxarkann where he has boon attending to business for two ivs. Mrs. p. S. Stemberg, Mrs. C. R. Coulter and Mrs. Sam Joseph rc- er, Dr. P. pltal there. Mrs. frivllle, "The average man with a mulll- from her rich background cf exoeri-' tilde of interest and contacts com- encc have led to an imprccrdo'n;?;! i prising his daily duties cannot tin- demand for her services - a routine ol cooking," declares Mrs. women readers are Indeed lorlu.V- ' pie. J. M. Majors and Dr. Tiv r I H idscn. Jnterment will ij'n iii cu'l- 1 l:oun cemetery. Services HeMThis '-\Z&\ \wl CS'.-I pwpSS j pert, who will appeal' personally gan's lectures this year since h.'r I Mrs. E. O. Hooker, of Carulh- • in Blythcvllle November 18 to 21 bookings were at. a premium and i ivllJe, shopped here y«terday. conducting !hc Courier News cook- 'it was only through early c-lf;i\ I Dr. W. S. McCall, formerly of '"8 £CM001 al & e cl '- v auditorium, .that the Courier News was ablt-'to' ' Afternoon for Old Re: clenl o{ County. Quickly relieved by rubbing on VAPORUE CVEi?t? MILIIOH JABS USr.D YEARLY this city and now of St, Louis, I " If R werc i x)ssit >le passed through liero yesterday en- Prelate very much the oppoilunl- Ing school. LUXORA, Ark—Mrs. Alice M . l ., v . fc ».,», wutiL-i ncno vriAn iiwtc tv TIM n* , ' should no- : secure her services fcr l v .c cooS-j, .' aBe nfty 5 ' 5ars - <!lo:1 at ' family residence hen> Wednesday! route to Memphis to be with hls'ty of devoting one of my'lectures , Mrs. Dougan's pomilarity Is a!-: niMllln B a ' ( et an illness of citt ! • " ' .... . .•> / ...week's duration. ! e was married thirty-seven' brother, Harvey McCall who is sc-1 to tllis essential Item of lack of : tested to by the fact that many ; wcek ' rtoiisly ill at Campbell's Clinic from | perspective In otherwise sym pa-, queries have been received in ins ; Shi turned yesterday from a two days vl'lt In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. F,uns*'orlh Black anil W. A Black will have as their guest for 'ml diys Mrs. Guy C. .Jnrratt, c 'clhbnrg, Miss. Mrs. iJnrrntt, w- i tile daughter of W, ;A. Black, will .irriu" In the morn- injuries received In nn automobile accident IMciday. Mrs. Bill King and Mrs. Cook, of aMInla, were in the city Wednesday shopping, Mrs. Allan Walton Is In Memphis for several days with her daughter, Mrs. Berry B. Brj*is jr., and Mr. Brooks . Mrs. Harvey McCalt Is in Memphis with Mr. McCall who la seriously 111 at Campbell's Clinic. Miss Gladys Robertson, who hns been ill, Is belter today. Miss Nell HarrU has returned from St. Louis where she spent :i short lime the first of the woek. mis, W. T. Oberst liad as her guests Tuesday night Mrs. Grady .' Wylle and M*!. T. E. Belser, of played pUno selections. A sketch of : life and his works were rtlscusicd j i ng the life and works of McDowell i by Miss Virginia Terry, A selec- : Mr nm j j( rs j A. Ltech and was given by Mis» Kitty Bell New- j tlrrt "A Two-Part Invention" bl' , M i ss Mary satternold, of Memphis, man and his famous composition . this composer was played by Miss werc Memphis visitors Wednesday. "to a WUd Rose" played by Miss I Lcuise Dcbyns and a composition MM. Elton W. Klrby . . "Eolsegietto" by his son. K. p. E. S p ent y es i c rdny In Paragould. " Willie Moore. . - _,._... ,._ Miss Jones read greetings frcm . Bach, was rendered by Miss Lcrna Mrs . c w . AITllck is expected Mrs. Vernon E. Scott of Little ' Wilson. Refre:hnienla were serv-; ( 0 return Saturday from a month's Rock, state treasurer, before con- ; ed. ducting the study class for 30mln- ; utes. .. - . i : Sluily Course to Mes-1 Clcze Tomorrow . . The members and visit In Chicago and eastern points I Mrs. Ethel Wilson and Mrs. How; ard Proctor are spending today In | Manila and Lcachvlllo. dames Joe McFall;.Clarence Massey, j "Play and Toys" and "Sex Edu-1, ,\i rs . j. c. Noah will return lo- John Bryeans and W. C. Hnlford ! ca'.lon In the Hcnie" will be topics mgrrow from Clurksdale, Miss., nnd were served a fruit salad with cake, i discussed Friday morning by Miss • Memphis where she has been i Ooldn Pyles of Little Rock, in- 'spending several weeks. To Have Play. • structor of parental education of' j. Nick Thomas Jr., will arrive The Parent-Teacher association j the stale department of education j tomorrow from Nashville, Tcnn.. to of the .'Dell school will present aland slrttc parent-teacher assocla- j spend the week-end with his par- play "Ttie Adventures of Grand- I il-n. who will close her child wel : | e nts. Lake Providence, La. llii'tlc liu.sbands. The same husband i courier News offlce rf.vdl'i" rfpiall-; years ago to II. A. Wise and his who romplahis of the monotony <A 0 J the school. Admi-'slon will \>iv\,- rwldcd in Luxora all o! her mar- his meals, does not stop to realize i solutcly free without obligation. • 'M life. She is survived by her that maybe the monotony of his | Lectures will be given p-omp'.ly ;it 'i'U'band, H. A .Wise, one son, Wm. wife's dunes were responsible.There 2:30 coch n f (crnoon for [am con . Wise, a daughter. Miss Nora Wisv pa" Friday evening at the school I fare chort course here then. beginning at 7:30 o'clock. To Present Numbers.. Misses Lillian Brlscoe and Thelma Worthington and Ernest Jones will present musical numb;rs at the meeting of. the American Legion Auxiliary Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. George M. L«. . . • Club IU» a ' Party. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen enter 'tamed the members, of tb.e'.Tuest day Luncheon club-'with .-a''dlnr!er Jest evening instead of the usual afternoon. After enjoying the appetizing two course menu contract was played. Mrs. J. P. Lent! won a placque for Logan, the prize.. Presbyterian C. E. Will IHYB 18 Attend Conference. j Elghleen members of Ihe Inter-1 mediate and senior Christian En- j deavor socieiy of the First Presby- j terian church plan to attend the j district conference al Jonesboro Friday night -and Saturday. J. K. Spillman, who is in charge of the young people's division in the church, has arranged interesting programs for Ihe two sessions. Accompanying Ihe delegates will I be Mrs. Ruy Worthington, Mrs. •. George W. Dillahunty and Mrs. \ Fred Sandefur. ' I * » • ' Girl Reserves j Have a Program. The Girls Reserve, in a meeting at the city high school yesterday, had these numbers for a program: 1 prayer, Miss Laura Bassett; song, reading of the Girls Reserve Creed; "Discussion of Creed". Miss Evelyn Davis;'talk "Gracious In Manner", j Billy Lawshe, who Is a student at ........ ..- ------- ----- ------ . . , I Between 45 and 50 mothers hove • Vanderbllt University at Nashville, • attended the morning prosrams at.Tenn., will arrive tomorrow night the city auditorium with .saveralUo visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. visitors from Dell and Armorel. JB. S. Simmons, nt Dell, for Uio Similar meetings have been con- 1 week-end. dueled each afternoon nt Qsceola.j A. M. Bull will loavo Sunday Lone Oak Items Miss Alberts Walker spent Saturday iiight with Virginia Richardson of Ootiiell. MIES Hazel Walfer and Thelma Richtirdeon were guests' of Miss Helen Hodge on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Prlci spfcnt Sunday with Mr. and-Mrs. Tom Brittnln. Mrs. Cnrrle Miller of Gosnell was the guost of Mrs. Willie Powell last Sunday. Miss Virginia Richardson of Oos- nell was the guest of Miss AJberta SVnlker, Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Tornlliuoii, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Robertson and Miss Ollie Rob- erljon were dinner guests-of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brooks, Sunday. Mr. Bow Richardson of Blythe- vll!e was a visitor at Lone Oak, Sunday.' Mf.and Mrs. Erby Hodge, Thelma Richnrdson nnd AlvJe Needham attended the show at Blythevllle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Hodge were dinivjr guesk. of Mr. and Mrs. Is no doubt In my mind that every hcusewife has a right to a temporary respite once a week from rooking. Any occupation whether it be bridge playing, or reading, if made compulsory three times a day, seven days a week could not help but inspire rebellion. Dining Out Helps "Ihe man who lets -Ms whiskers j grow dining a vacation (Joes so In open mutiny against the regularity of shaving during the rest of Ui» year, and the outlet thus provided no doutt helps to carry him over until the nest year's vacation, when can again let ills beard grow. "Many homes have been made uch happier by a systematic plan providing the housewife with one •ning's relief a week. On such an 18. secutlve days beginnina November : ft nd her mother, Mrs. Stacy Klssee, nil of Luxora. : Funeral services will be held in j the home- Thursday afternoon al i ! 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. A. L. Rigs,! pastor of First Methodist church.' presiding. Active pall baerers ivl'l be J. 1. MiMlm. C. B. Wood. Chas. Scotl, Win. Wood. Jesse- Brown nnd • C. P. Powcl and honorary pall . N. Forbes, G. E. l open ;'.!'.er a The study this morning was on ;. night for St. Louis where lie will' chariey Neodham Sunday. "Helping the Child Find Security > undergo treatment. He recently re- i '. and Slgniflcnnco" heard by several' turned after three wcks Ihcre and women wcre there for llrhe. . . ,• the first | is now improving. Msdames Charles Martin, J. A. G-Xccutive Bpird to Meet ' . The executive board 'of .the ,'6en- ' ''cl Pnreni-TeacJieri ns.- nwel Frldty /evening | Leech and Harry Klrby, accompanied • by Miss Mary Sattcrfield, of at the home of Mrs. O, N. -Hawkins, ' ' 71G '.west Walnut . street, . at . '7 . o'ciock. A full attendance Is urged ' by 'the president-, Mrs. Theodore ' IT YOURSELF. A smart' gift for the particular Hospital Notes Patients dismissed today included dus Chltwood, city, and Finas Mil- llcanj Fort Payne, Ala. i D RIDGE By WM. E. McKEN'NEY i Secrettary American Hridjcc League When the dummy is void of a suit and you are In the lead, it, generally pays to pull the dummy's ti'ump In order to prevent rnfnng of the void suit. Such a situation confronts West in the following hand, but If he adheres to that rule his opponents will make a small slam. He must shift and endeavor to cash his tricks immediately. The Bidding South, the dealer, opened the bidding with one club. West, although holding one and one hall tricks, has no biddable suit anil must pass. North bids one spade. East two hearts and fiouth takes the contract to four spades which closes Ihe bidding. NORTH S-K-J-9-8-8 H-H-9-3 D-194-2 Miss Doris Douglas; "Gracious in j young bachelor's Christmas is a Judgment,'' Misss Jennie Wren; pair,; ot monogrammed Mark and ! Dillahunty; "Ernest in Purpose",: white bath towels with matching' Miss . Elizabeth McLean; "Seeing I wash rags. j the Beautiful," Miss Me Shepherd; Yon can buy a fine grade of | ••Victorious Over Sell", Miss Mil-Iturkisli towel with (lie black stripes: deed Moore. and border woven Into it. or you ' WE4T S-H.2 H—MO- 8-7 D-K-7-84 C-6-5-2 EAST H-K-Q. . , 6-5-42 SOUTH—DEALER D_J.g S—04-3 C—107 The president, Miss Evelyn Davis, appointed a committee of Misses Me Shepherd, Mildred Moore and Anna Mae Jones, to select a play. " can get plain white toweling ami put on a border nnd narrow hand- • East's appllrmed stripes ol fast blAc» D-u-J-8-5 C-Jt-K-a-fl-4-J The Play j correct opening is the king of hearts, and although the J , it'"' .. declarer can win the trick In his I 1 Fcr the monogram, you sho'j.fl own himd wllh lhc acCf ll£ trumps fuse a modernistic figured one. a ,„ „ . wlth th( . u £ j diamond, circle, triangle or sow, dc (hereby retaining control ! geometric conception of his 0 ? u ' -. T V qllcoll *, d If West were to make the mis take of returning a spade in an endeavor Io stop the declnrer lro:n ruffing another heart In dummy, Norlh nnd South would make n small slum. West must reason that the declarer certainly hoWs Die nr? of hearts or would have attempted to ruff hearls before leading trump. As the club suit Is solid in '.:x dummy and will probably proud! the declarer wllh enough discErnls, West must further reason thnt the only jKKsible chance they have fcr a trick is to find the ace of cha- rounds In his partner's hand. Eve;: If the declarer holds the ace dlnmonds, there is no harm done with the diamond lead, so Wcv. leads the four of diamonds which Enst \vhxs with tho ace, rcturnii:-j the nine of diamonds, dummy plays the eight. West wins the trick with the king, declarer false carding with the ten. However, West comes right on with the seven of diamonds whk'h East, his partner, trumps with the seven of sprvdcs. which gives them four tricks and detents the declarer's contract. Any other return would have allowed the declarer Io m.ike n sinnll slum fcr a dlilercncc o! Ihrec tricks. Hew Old Are You? over-aid " ; is return Dclplilins- Study : rlorcntine Paintings Members of -"the .Delphian -chap- i-inUlals. Embroider in ter studied "The Zenith of Fioren-1 over ' stHc.h in last black fbss.l We5t w |~ tine Painting" in a moetir.g at the: There should be a sizable mono-1 _. Hotel" ftoble yesterday when Mrs.! gram on each towel and a tiny one L N'. Hatliis was leader. i on .the washrags. The? topics were discussed fol-1 '-'If you.prefer crimson and beige, lowing, the resume by Mrs. Mathls: [or'a dark blue and bright one to"Florence-of the Renaissance" and'gfther, you can get towels in those "lyonardo's Life," Mrs. E. F- Fry: iton'cs. ' But the neivest thing In "The-Art of Painting an* How To!hatliroom accessories Is Ihe black Paint' 'As Taken tronV'I-'sor.arno's and' white combination. Notebook," Mrs. J. Nick jrr.cmas; i "The'Life of MichMlarigefo,"' Mi ".I R. N. Ware Jr.; "Andrea^.D.el Sar-, to", Mrs. Horace TvCulp:-;Mrs. E.j B Dickey jr., Introduced the dii- j cuss Ion of the. pictures by : these thirty artists, eipecially stiessmij Le«\ard's "The Last Supper", "Madonna Child and 'St., Anne." "Mcna Lisa,'' "The Vatlcsn" . and from dummy th the ace. which JUST ARRIVED "Madonna of the Harpies." All members took part in this. • Mrs. George W. Dillahunty and Mrs. W. T. Oberst wen enrolled as new members in the business ses-1 Flon which closed the Bach Stadicd Tho Life and works ol John Sebastian Bach were iludied in a meeting of the Junior Husic club, affiliated irtth the local Woman's club, Jast evening at the studio.of; Miss Margaret Merrill, sponsor, j Miss-Anna MM JonwtoW of rns from Nc\v York . and XcwcsL 'l^ino .if Costume Jewelry. Heads, I', fit,, in town. , Also Hats, Glove-'. Berets. Rumble Scat Tarn?. Mrs. I.E. Parkhurst local.(I at Parkhurst & M;ivsh i.' 1 '} K. ,\!;ijn. Is 'J'lie Only Shoj) In r ro\vn Giving The Grn- uiije Eugene Permanent Wave Special PenuuiH'iil 'S5.95 Genuine Eujieiir $10 Elois Beauty Shop I'hoiie "ifl.) Hurum's Halamy. . My Mind Is Keen—My Skin 'is Clear—Of Petty 111 I Have No Kcar No doubt about it—! am 4S never felt belter in my life—I like 30 and you can take my \ lor It—It's the little Daily Ucsc o Kruschen That Docs It Once 1 was fat ami dirty—hn headaches a plenty—\v,i- ;irci: o; mcst of the time—Mj liver ,\. 5lUggish and my boncli inactive— searched for a real remedy jn;i S00<l fortune J found iti:iK:;;' :.c Salt?. Kat isn't healtliy—30 Pliy.-. .>latc aurt 1 want to «y io 11 '.vor:d full of fat ixo;i!r--iint i! Kruschen Method of iO'-.r.-,- uc. safe, sure and seivfiblr hi:-; n out sweets—pies, pastri; .—.rf i, i cream for a month—3:1 :• !••.. < potatoes, rice, butler, crc,'.;.. ;u Migar—and don't forget to :.;... ,„ hn!f .1 teaspoon of Knis, !>.».. :M; In a glass cf hot wii'i: ; ;,breakfast every niormiK I wish I could induce <\i;-. ..,, weight person on earth u- ;• -.;, • splendid method—It suvciv ,. i 'cost but a trifle—for a;-, ;-.. , I bottle lasU 4 weeks anc . .,i boujht ,i'. Kirby Dnu r. . . . ; idiiii .-.lore in Hie wi.rlU--(.,,-. .,Gio» Thlu—Feel younscr. -,\i,\ f.rwi! " v The Promised Land iC-K cd Monday. November :<rd short vacation for cotton p:ckiue. "lu. Walter Stcwait, Mrs. Isaac Ashby and Mrs. Enn.-t b'.cwart | were the gucsls of Mrs. Henry Nip-. ! psrlucsday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis were the Sunday gnesiy of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gray. 'Thompson. E. A. MofJit, M. C. c . '„ B Dud „ R ', ril ,. s : ° OJI " " Misses Bartha and Uulvin wera Blythevillc visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Le;s Fiazicr visited Mr. and Mrs. John Uungan iy afternoon. Ball ; Mils., is the guest of her daugh- ' t", Mrs. O. S. Steele for a few Invitation to the Pubic Friihy . ;uul Sutufdiiy of iltis Week Hcatou's Honu: of Flowers fxli'itd nn iiivitntion to (he cHixins of Blytlievillo ant! surrounding territory to visit their given hoi!.SL'. c on l);tvis Ave., anil sec llu-ii- Leautifiil Chrysanthemums thill i'.r^ now iii full Ij'.uuni. K:uly ;iii(I liiiv they will \iv wiiiting io see all theh' old frknds and well \viuhcr.s who linvc- helpud to muko it •^fissibio to luive tiwie !)c;uitiful flowers itt. l!tii; Ki'iison in (heir "Glass Gurdon". You are invited end vailablc one or several dining aces where the cuisine Is beyond cproach. "Sucii a ou'-ewlfe with a sense of compar- ivi- values and inspires her In her n culinary activities. The small idcd ccst 15 far more than oil- Miss Jcttic Tucker of Fulton, Miss., is visiting Miss Normi Mr. "and Mrs. Henry Nippov and ! Suvilc. Mrs, M"attic Wil. c o:i had as tlieirj '"" '. " — ' CONFIDENCE Bright eves— a clear ir,i;i:i- — belief in or.cself and i.lti; pcitcr to ilo characterizes lite rctl-bloodvit r;;f:.;,' T MPORTAKT in thb pictuvo are •t the ved-blood-c:'lis! \f,-j cunnob irdiy a cilj of consequence in the . matl were Blylhcvillc visitors Nfon- ' Stnt?s that does not havs ' Miss Orn Davis was the guest of Miss Ethel Ma.2 Williams Tuesday. relaxation provides the , M r.- alui Mrs - Oicar D ' 1vis and family have moved io Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. G. B Hitch and daughter, Geraiciine. vi«:t«l Mrs. Louis Birmingham, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Jce Ncal Hill were the guests ot the laltcr's mother Mrs- J. R. Godwin, Monday. -t by her freedom for the eve- ing from her regular routine. I Ko:iimcnd this course strongly to ren 1 family whose means and icumslanccs make it nosslble.. "In the summer time particular- do I recommend periodical ple- .lc dinners In which paper plates r.d napkins remove much of the vialled drudgery of "cleaniiig-up: he ni'.irc family circle is sthmi- alcd by an out-of-door meal and .ch instances rapidly become reg- :ariMes in the program of ths imily. "Above all should regularity be ne of the items in this feature. uch relaxation should te guarded o?ely by the housewife and I ah ire if her husband is as brond^- ilr.rted as (lie average American usband is today, he will nid her i Jealously preserving this evening freedom." .Lectures Interesting Homely. sensible philosophy, uch as th? above, runs like a gold- n thread through the warp and oof of recipes, food values, menu onstructiu:i ar.d technical rials •hich comprise the labric of Mrs. i°ciures, making them lost enjoyable. jThe remarkable personality of Tfs. Dongnn. colored and mellow- ; d. by contacts wllh hundreds of I lousands ol women makes a most ! leasant inslructicn period out of j .'hat might easily become a more | r. Jess dry discci.rse. Eier ununiinlly ' apacity for graphically vivifyini; I ier remarks by incidents drawn' Gilchrist Farm News Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burns were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Steele. Mrs Tom Crump was the guest of Mrs. Priest Oir. Snday. Mrs. Edgar D.ivis, "co:il, Clyde and Norm:i Steele returned Tuesday from Fulton. Miss., where they have been visiting friends and rel- alives. Mrs. M. A. Dulaney of Fulton, No Colds This Winter Opens Up SlufTcd N'ostrih in 3 Minulrs Opcx keeps ncstrils and throat free from mucus—Uuzzinj in ears when caused by Catarrh is lessened - no more mucus in Ihroiit to hawk up in the morulnj—Get it at Klrby Drug Co.. or any druj stcre tha't keeps up with modern mcuical dis- coveric£~uss for 30 day;;—if no; Joyfully satisfied —money - back. When your vcd-blood-cflls are viily 80% you are not yourself—60% is ilangcroti^ fi.fJ-S. Is flip Ionic Ihnt' ii ilfiilr Iir3|)Inff Uious:iiJds of ur.-ili, ru»- d»w/i. ni-rvoiks pcoplft rcjalu tllcir stfLiisllt :;nd 1,-kiriii. If you for] yitur.^K >li["^Ins- jour rnnJidrm-o tt*viJ»rniji^*—why not irv S-S..S. Its suuccbSfut record or tt\tr HKi years Iri iv ^u^c- unlco ot t>:iUbdietluii. count ycui- own rcd-b is technical! But yoi« sluiu!'! kiiov,' that they arc tlm "ships" tb,-,' sail in tho Moot! and cavi'y no'jvi^I'ii'.icnt to al! parts of tin body. Tlioy light infection and disease! Body weakness, of ap::c!ite, mt'Jcrmcight, pofcnrss, talfat-j com- lilezioii, pimplce and 6oi!s are .v;mp- toms of a low blood count. These may indicate that you need R.Ji.S. S.S.S. restores the vid-uloed-celb to normal. Youv nppetitc pick? up, your whole body is stveiiithencd, invigorated! Your ski:i clears 'JM. Scl/'-coii/idciicc returns. You owz it fo yourself to try S.S.S. Get the large size. At all drug stores. C s.s.s. c Builds Sturdy Hcaltt; or your a gift OF SILVER ho me Doubtless you ore planning on a Chrislnas rjifl fo' vou- here— so-nelbir.grip.e ; perinanent.use(ul. How beauvful andlaslmg would be a gift of silver! A conoieie new service, perhaps, o r a fe\v carefulivchosen individual nieces Io f-es-,en up your iobie tei us help you with vou r selection now befo-c- Ihe C l i'-stma> rusn. Our shov.'ng '$ wcJeiy var'eci both ; n r.d price ... We'll gladly endeavor to rr.atch any pieces you already have. The Season's Smartest Styles Going At : Sucriika Prices i':.!'-,,-^, ,?jiv Ik'auliful dresses in formal and f-- ; f ZH <j?' J -' BK1 sport modes. Ginlon (j'cpcs, Vel- f v « !' .i' vets, CliilTons and Rcorijetics. si:).<).") to ff-j^j no $22.nO values <pl~TiJO S12.9S to QQ 00 ^RJ nti 14.75 values $7,00 /r'%, $& slyl Aldridge Jewelry Company {-.Atjtihitc fur trhrtincil coals in bJ.ick and lirtiun Trk'O- Jaine, Suctlc :iml Sp.nrl Cloth. 1 Crepe ami satin lined. .Mar- mink, Vicuiiii I-'DX antl Wolf $69.75 values $44.75 S35.0G values $24.75 $29.75 values $21.75 $24.75 values $16.75 k ,fcan-j:V HIGH GRAIH; \ov!;!- TV SHOKS. S(i.:,n ;,. ST.ol) values, wit! ih \.\.\ Io C, sixci :>, In !). 85 Hl-lvX-TIFFICK A'iCil SUI'I'OU'!' S H <(,'•• ;• AAA to KKK. si-'i-s 3 to 9. S"> and ^ii The New Acro.-s The Slrcet From Home

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