The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1939
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BLYTJIEVtLLE, (ARK.).: COURIER NKWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE .M, 1939- - i COURIER NE«'S .COMFLUlENfAKY 'flC, This Ticket Will, Adin Mr. and Mrs. f. fl. Eis Blytliciillc _fo the— RITZ THEATER —to see— PAClffC" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar T-HtffiSPAY'S EVENTS . Altar "socjcty, Church of the immaculate Conception, sponsor- jug bingo party, eight o'clock, al Catholic Hall. Mrs RWselJ Phillips enteitaln- ing ahuisday Luncheon club Thursday Conlract club meellng Vjth Mrs.>. B Joyner. Thursday Afternoon plub me<&ms with Mrs. Eddie Regenold. Mrs, M. T. Burr having Double J'our Blrdge club Has Club Tart> Gladioli, regal lilies, sweelpeas and other summer flowers dec;rated the home of Mrs. T. K Mnhnn yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Afternoon club with a party at her "Refreshments were served at Uie conclusion of the bridge games In which Mrs. Meyer Graber wns high poorer and Mis. Barman Taylor, second. Tuesdaj Contract Club Entertained at Luncheon '' Mrs John C. McHaney cnlcr- laincd members of lhe Tuesday Contract club with a luncheon Instead of the weekly afternoon parts \csterday at her home. All Uie members were seated at (lie dining table foi lunch A centerpiece of sweetpcas was used Tallies in a floial scheme carried out the summer motif of the parts- Mrs McHaney was high scsier and Mrs W. W Shaver, second high jn the bridge games which follow ed Plan for District School" of Instruction Plans for lhe district school o instruction of the Eastern Star \\ci made at a meeting of the loca grouo at the Hall last mghl Mrs B R Bogan of Luxora, pas Wvrthy grand matron, will be lhe presiding oBiccr, and Mrs Geneva Fowler gf Wilson, district deputy grand lecturer, will assist Mrs Bogan m conducting the study periods and examinations Tlie study session will begin at 10 o'clock hi tlie morning In the afterncon, the examinations wil bo held to be followed that nlghl by work put on'by the district officers. Bits of News Mostly Personal* with him. arc expected to come] ionic tpmorrow, I Mrs. George Hamilton and son, «!!), pj Chicago, arc spending a few days here with Mia. Hamilton's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Stcvc;i$. Mrs, Steye.DS, who spent three weeks with them In. Chicago, accompanied them here Monday night. They will Join Mr. Hamilton Sunday In Shreveport, La., where Ills Music Bo* orchestra opens an engagement. In the .meantime, the orchestra is playing 'for a number of -'- •->•'<•"• mltlc-Kioel Iloi Osceola Society — Personal gressman E. C. "Took" Oatliings, On their return trip they will visit another daughter of the Tompkins, Mrs. C. D. Price and Dr. Price in Morgautown, W. Va. Harry Driver and daughters, Mrs. M. E. Pope and Mrs. W. E. Johnson,'also left Sunday by train for a weeks visit at the Fair. Miss Mariorle Poyje left Satur, day for Pittsburg, Pa., to he Hie I l(IC-r,U I I Iiuijw*v^» Oily lVl 1 11WMM* b' * * ' First among the attractive V™- guest of Miss Ethel Jean Reynolds. nuptial . parties to be given lor They will later go to New York for ' n.~ wni.- «•»•! nn lo Boston to visit Mis We Carlisle, whose lo E, II. Riley pf Qsco- i IIWJ «*ll >"<-v- tj" -•; - ~the Fair and on to Boston to visit relatives of Miss Reynolds. and Hot Sprjngs tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams ac- one o'clock 7^ i Mr, ami mm. v. »». mi"/. 11 ' 1 . Mrs. Nannie Roebuck and ^liss companled by Mr. and Mis. W. K. Mary Jane Wadllngton, of Dallas, i Goodman of Memphis, left for Chl- r. AdaiiisaiKl Tex" arc the guests of Mr. andlcaao today where Mr. .,v-.-.".-. —— Mrs Franklin Alk'lnsgn. Mrs. Rcer Mr. Goodman will attend to busi- b'uck is Mrs. Atkinson's mother ess. Thoy plan to return Sun- Biid Miss Wadlliigtpn is her niece, ay. Howard Moore and Cecil JJranspn , arc spending a few days In Cape Glrnrdeaii. They returned home ' with B. Pcjl, .Charlie Relssaus and ' Jim Barney, al) pf Cape, who spent Moqjlny atjd Monday night here with Mr. M=orc. Also I a guest of Mr. Moore at the same i time was Daji Frhf/.e)l, of Cape G.irardeau, who Is now employed i near Manila. W. F. Lovin of Nashville, Tenn, came Saturday to spend the summer here with his 'daughter, Mrs J. H. BJklns. Enoch Morgan Bryan Jr., o Fredricktown, Mo., Is spending 1 sev ernl weeks here Y.'.ilh his grand- giyen by Mrs. Tllc cnt i re membership of the le I ' d a one o'clock luncheon given >>y wio. flit entire memueiMii;i ui ">v Ida Tucker, aunt of Mrs. Carlisle, I Prt ,jjbyt«rian Church ' .enjoyed a and Mrs. Hale Jackson at thc ( ir e )i 0 wship Picnic nt Sunset Pnrk .'.'..« r\~~\ —i., .,n..i/*,-rlav> Ppntprine n,*..™i i Me tiflprnnon from Holcl PeaboJy yesterday. Centering the Inble was a low howl of sweet peas and baby breath. Tlie honoree's corsage from the hostesses was of pink roses and baby breath. Allen hns entered "TO lhe guest t IneliKled Mrs H rmivwoM*!' < ••"••-•" ••- — - icnr Basset this afternoon from two until six o'clock, gwiijmnng Lennts gan.ies, and a Softball ga?ne between the men and the boys wll tje among lhe entertainment tea JjllllJIIC ^Klvtl tn**l *...»^-^— ^- * 'rlcrson near Joncsboro to spend hrce weeks. His father, B:.J. Alen motored him oyer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill went o St. Louis today for the pre- nlcie showing of "Queen High" by he municipal opera group. From there, they to Chicago where Mr. Hill will attend a conference of utility executives at lhe Ed«ewater Beach Hotel. They plan to "return the first of next week Mrs Horace YVakencld. .fo.rmerls of here and now of Memphis, ha.' been admitted lo hospital. the Memphis laic, mother of Mrs. Carlisle, and the seven younger matrons who will receive at the reception Immediately' following the wcddjng lures. Joe Shlppcn, who underwent ai appendectomy at Rie Baptist lios pita) In Memphis last Wcdncsdii llUUIWW-ly iwnulvb »»•>• j-- — 'j- JJHitl ll# l,iv*">l".'-< f,"~* •• --,-•- _ J'hcy are M; : s. E. R. Smith. Jr. wlls brought home yesterday by hi Mrs. Faber White, Mrs. A. W. , )a ,. cn i 5 , Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Ship .' . » j.._ T^ili^. Tli'itrrti- "MrK ,,. ...Ill !,„ in \\nrl fit l\1c linill Bowen, Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. James Driver, Mrs. C. B. Driver and Miss Josephine M"" 13 ^ 0 Mrs. Carlisle was also complimented with a kitchen shower given by Mrs. James Driver nnd^Mrs Herbert nt the " pen. H c SV'H ue !'.* ^ e<1 a ^ ' 1 - ls ' lom for several days. Miss Bess pullard, who unde went a major operation .at 11 Methodist hospital in Mcmph two weeks ago wa,s brought horn Miss Gcratdinc Llslo Miss Bess Crowe, have returned lo their home In Klllen, Ala., aflcr a visit here with her son, Ben Crowe and Mrs. Crowe In the E. R. Reid home. Miss Jane Weathersby, Miss Lillian B. and Edna Ayjres were guests of Mr', arid 1 Mrs, Henry Humphreys for lhe weekend. Mrs.' C. H. Wcalhersby entertained nineteen toys of the junior and Intermediate ages In her Suns' School class wjth .a sw.lmnijng id theatre party Tuesday wight. ;t*rwards tlie grpup -went to the ealhcrsby Jionie for refresh men Is. Little ' Mary B. Sunnier, daggli- r of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sum- cr, left Sunday 'moriiing for UW e Rock lo be the guest of her rand mother, Mrs. A. T. String- ejlow during Jmjc and July. She •)11 aWe.nd the Dally Vacation Bible School in Baptist Church for two weks and be In he Brownie Camp maintained bS' (jirl Spouts for six weeks. Mrs. Nalhan Wcinbcrg and son, Warren Wcinberg. accompanied by Mrs. L. K. Harwarg were in Mom- mis yesterday. Among those from Blylhoyillc who attended tlie Eddie Dunsmoro ' dance given at the .Osccola Community Glut) House on Friday night were J. T. Sudbury, Van Elliott, mother. family. . Mrs. E. M. Eryun, and "There's ii half case left over from last symmei'—we ouglila get a dime a bottle for vintage pop. Stecle-Cooier Society—Personal Hostess to Bunco Mrs. Kucl Asher Eight Bunco club when they were 'iitcrtaincd in the home of Mrs. James L. Cassidy Thursday nieht. riic high score prize went lo Mrs. Tom Terry, bunco lo Mrs, Sidney -Miller Jr.. traveling bunco lo Mrs. ames Reid and low score to Mrs. ewis. The hostess served ham 1 •isltlng friends In Blythcvlllc Sun- lay night. Elwood Brown returned yeslcr-1 day from several days business trip to points of Tennessee. Members of the Holland. Cooler nnd Steele bunds were in Dyersburg, Tenn., Friday where they played In the parade and later enjoyed the carnival. •Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Polk and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Frav.lcr spent . Ann Vollmcr. of Memphis, is the guest of her cousin, p'pnnn Wmi- derlich. , , , Jylrs. Max Wop ten and daughter, Mnxine, of Mempiiis came Monday to join another daughter of Mrs. Woolen, Florence Ann, who hns been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. They will all be here until lhe last ol lhe week when Mr. Woolen will motor here for them. Mrs. B. M. Turner and daughter, Miss Martha Finklca, went yesterday to Memphis where Miss Finklca will spend the week with friends. Mrs. turner today. Bob Hcriick left this morning Vlrs. Willie Allen, of Dallas, Tex., relumed lo her today after having spent two weeks here with her slstcr-in-lnw, Mrs. Matttc Allen and family. She was motored as fur as Memphis by B. J. Allen. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr. will leave Salnrday for Litchfteld Park, Aw, vhcrc she will visit relatives. n " r - liomc last night. Tlie pink v and j wc ' ia t 'o ' Mempjiis ;ov her.' M Billiard the i,,u parties wns brought out In dccornlions and refreshment plate, the inrge white cake on the tlin- ing ln)/le was topped with a pink "R" Mrs. Maxinc McHaney of LUX- orn wns the only out-of-town guest. 'A reproduction of the bride's table with bridal favors and tajlics home during her convalescence. Ambrose Teatord is expected home 11 ic last of the week from Ridgccrest, N. C., where he kas a'ttchded the .annual Baptist Student Union Conference held at the Ridgccrest Assembly'. Mrs. J. A. Moran of Memphis, accompanied by her houseguest, ' feature the luncheon lo be MJ . S /M. \y. Sullivan of Fort Scolt, ng tlie two weeks that she plans I ., cn by Mrs c B . Driver at her Kansas, spent Tuesday her.e with o kc away, she will also visit a |)om( , on Un i m , Avenue at one • , lcr ])je(:( , i Mrs p. ,S. Laney .and 'rleml.lri Albuquerque, N. M. o'clock Friday. The guests arc to ; Mr i iallc y. Miss Do/ls Winn o! Meinplns | bc Ml . s E n . Smith, Jr., Mrs. ^Fa- | Mrs 53,,, coble, Accompanied b.S' i\nS5 A>U1 '-5 V¥,ii.n « ........ f nncl Oxford, Miss., has arrived to become tcc.hniclah at the Drs. I. «. ' icr Wliite, Mrs. A. W. Bowcn, Mrs. A us tj]i Moore,'left by mo.tor Mori. Johnson and' T. K. . . Mahan cliniC Johnson an . . f Miss Whin, who is a graduate oi the University of Tennessee, Knox- vlllc, has for the past two years been employed in lhe pathological dciiartment and as assistant, instructor in routine laboratory WOK 1JU u^ ........ is spending this week In Blyllievllle as guest of Mr nnd Mrs. Jimmy Caldwick he will remain there for the water carnival nt •Walker Vnrk Wednes; I his mother, Mrs. will spend the liil- for -Colorado Springs, Colo., to spend the summer with his brother, Gordon Her rick, and Mrs. Hprrlck He 'spent n week here with ME parents, Mr. and Mrs.. JEXlgar Herrick, after having atlcnded .Southern College of Optomelry In Mein- hpis this year. 'Thomas Patterson, who is stn- llo'ncd with the Unlle.d Stales Navy at the University of Mississippi, at e Oxlord Miss Whin replaces Mil* Katlicrine Donnelly who is giving up technician work 'and returning to her home in M^P 11 ' 5 aftc having been here for almost four . andwichcs, angel food cake nnd 11 " J ea Mrs. Tom Burns is to Caldwick. ol Ulc Aprirosimately 7S pc:ple frou the various chapters in lhe 151! dlslrict are expected to attend thi all day meeting ftt the Hall, officer of the group said today * * » To Be Hostesses For Dingo Party Mrs Ralph Caudle nnd Ml Sterling Martin will be hoslesse lor the bingo party to be given Thursday night at eight o'clock at the Catholic Jlall The affair is sponsored by tlie Altar society oi the Church of the Immaculale Conception. ? * * i'lan Trip To Old Folks' Home _ A trip to Victoiia lor a visit Mlh people residing In the Old rolks' Home was planned Monday afternoon by members of the Junior Girls nuvliary, who met nt thr lursl Baptist church The meeting \\as opened wllh a song led by Mary Louise Reeves and prayer for the Chinese anil the Missionaries wlro teach them by Betty Frances Woodson Tlie roll was called by Marguerite Graham before the personal service report was given by Betty Frances Woodson in the absence of the personal service chairman "The Village of Three Wells", a chapter from the mission study book, "Whirligigs in China", was reviewed by Mrs J. J E\Ung, who closed the meeting with prayer. ced ten. Mrs. Tom Burns nlcrlnln lhe club this week. Missionary Sodcly Meets There were 14 members present it the rcgiilnr iiiebling ot the Wo- nan's Missionary .society when they net at the newly decorated pnr- :onage, which Is the home of Mrs. H". S. Holly Monday afternoon. The fneeling wns opened with all repeating tlie Lord's Prayer after which the World Outlook Program was given. Mrs. P. P. McCutchen ,vns leader and she was assisted by Mrs. J. H. Workman and Mrs. Ert- .vards. 'Die topic of the program was "Widening" Our Nntlonnl Out- aok." This was very interesting. Mrs. Holley served refreshments E. W. McCann with Mrs. In Dyers- bnrg. Tenn., Friday where he attended Uie cotton carnival. Mr 'and Mrs. Robert Rushing nnd daughter, Jerry Miles Rushing, spent Sunday in Hnyti with Mrs. Riishing's mollier, Mrs. Sallie Har•is, and other" relatives. Archie Edwards and James Reid returned Monday after several days business visit In Bells. Tenn. Bear and Four Cubs Surprise Naturalists - *? 18 ' last here with years. At The HospitiaU Hospital ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W Patterson, and family. Mrs Evelyn D. Wood spent the weekend In Catron. Mo., with her slsler, Mrs. David .Barton, and Mr. Barton. She accompanied Mr. nn;l Mrs. Barton to Memphis today''to spend two days. •. . . ..'. Miss Hally'Young of Red Bnnks,^ Miss., Is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Turner. Jackie Applebamn Is resting .well following n tonsilcctomy performed yesterday nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. He nnd his mother, Mrs. ... „ ,, .|,»l|lncl Joyce Gill, Dell, admitted. Ulythevilte Hospital Enrl Rose, Annorel, dismissed. Tom Hopper, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hcsjiilal em Jack Applcbauni Jr., city, admit- jet »i»itiv, *•».",--. > i nuoi James Driver, Mrs. Jettie Driver, di ; y Mrs. Thomas P. Florida, Mrs. Hale Jackson and Miss Josephine Mon- laguc. * . * * Entertains Garden Club Thirty members of the T. A. R. Garden Club of Memphis were guests of Mrs. F. P Jacobs at her Glider home "WIndovcr Terrace" for luncheon and lhe final meeting of the season todny. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Wesley Halliburton, on account of bereavement over the loss of her son, Richard Halliburton, tlie program was arranged by Mrs Robert L. J.ordnn assisted by Mrs. E. B. Klcwcr. The program Ik on azaleas, and „..., Jie Tennessee Moun- by Miss Louise Mercer. Attends Word's Fair • Listed among the Osceolans who have started the trek to New York afternoon for Chicago on ted nisiness trip. Mr, and Mrs. W. Robert .Cope- anii and son, Robert, Jr., of Camden, Arkansas, were guests of Mrs. Copeland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.' S. Chiles, for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chiles of Memphis also came up for the weekend with his parents, spending Saturday night with Mrs Chiles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. V O. Mann at Marie. Miss Clara Sullivan was here fo ic weekend on a combined bus! ess and pleasure trip with forme riends. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert and Ir. and Mrs. ,G, L. Waddcll, Jr., pent last weekend at Lake C.h.ick- -isaw near Bolivar, Tenn. Mrs. F. L. Crowe and daughter, Anita Fay Beck. Jean Stacy, Rose Stacy, Jiiiiniie Edward's, and Barnes Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hillhouse and daughter, Laura, of Lfi . Grange, Georgia, who are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L, CriUeiidcn near Wilson, were also guests. Edward Tea ford spent the weekend in Fort Smilh as the guest of Miss El'nora' Rogers. The wedding of Mr. Tea ford to Miss Rogers is to occur at the First Presbyterian Church in tljat city on June 21. Miss Mackie Smilh left today for ' three weeks visit in Conway. Little Rock and Allheimer. .She •will be the guest of Miss Clara Lee Boardmnn in Conway. Miss Boardman is n member of the faculty nt iinieil high school. In Altheimer mitted for the World's Fair are Mrs. P. B Tompkins and daughters, Marian and Mrs. Irwin Butler and Mr Butler. They were accompanied bj Frank Butler, whom they left a Annapolis where lie will enter th United Stales I Sunday wns spen Hospital. MC nun ma iiiun.i.., .."... ---- -Jack Applebaum, who has •. been. acres of forest land. " ; Chnrles-S. Lanci Wilson', aihnillcd. .Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Maxliie Richardson. Wilson, nfl- ris.demons, Joiner, admitted. The U^S^^™»'«^^^^^ g» Kattie W. Caraway and Con - • at cheese .sandwiches, cookies nn SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, Cnl. lUP)—A mother bear with a w i qunrlcl .of cubs was seen at the id I bear feeding grounds here. Nat- Icmonade yrallsU report Ihis is the only case • i * on record of n bear giving birth lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Wc|nglicl<! and j four .•hiidren are visiting relatives near 1 M' infants nnd never Arkndclphia, Ark. °' their own n ••. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Riddick nnd 1 permit »ny oil e clubs o | lay children and Miss Mnrgarct Me- vilh them, so it is consldcied MILLIONS GET Clurc silent Sunday nl Wardoll us jiicsts of Mr. and Mrs. John Rid- Jick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones and " ikely that this one adopted purl of Its family. The four arc all MOWII and.marked like Ihelr parent. To Exhibit Work 01 Methodist Students Parents of students enrolled In the "Vacation Bible school of the First Methodist church will be in- .vlted to sec exhibitions cf the students' work at a program arranged for Friday. The- school will convene as usual at B:45 o'clcck, but at 10:15 o'clock Iheii 1 Vacation school accomplishments will be shown their parents. The closing exercise of Ibe s:hool will be a picnic on the church lavrn. . the Rev. E B Williams, pastor of '«* ^n" the church, said today. lst cllurc "He als5 slated that the school, which' is an annual summer affair of?, was a success this year'both from the standpoint of work accomplished and attendance which was double that ol last year, Towijsend Club To ; Hold Meeting Tonight If Townsend club. No. One, will meet In the main auditorium of the county court house tonight at T30 o'clock. .Tlie public has been invited to attend these weekly meet Ings,,officers'of tlie group said today..../i*' . - . Reid Courier Mews want ads, children have been "visiting reia- .Ivts in points of Arkunsns near Jurdan. Mr. Jones nnd dnughlers. jlcudean, Marlcnc nud Alma Ruth, .-cturncd the inst of this week bul Mrs. Jones and daughter Zela will remain there the rest, of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Campbell James Brown, Jonnie Campbell Misses Lillian Fimdcrburk an< Kowcnn Cnmpbcll spent last Saturday in Memphis shopping. Mrs, J. W. Robbins and Mrs Patty Hnvxsl spent last Tlmrsduj In Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Gray Hopper. Miss- is Velma Jones and Gladys Weing- add spent last week end In Arka- lelphia. Ark., where they attended i family reunion. They were also icconipanicd by n friend of Ciir- uUiersville. Mrs. Uuth Ijawhon nnd Mrs. Yeggs Have Bad Night; Fail to Open Two Sales WlbLARD, O. (UP) — Burglars who spent a night trying unsuccessfully to stcnl may have decided tiint honesty not only Is the best, but also the easiest iwiicy. Thieves tried to open n safe, but failed. Thej then tried to carry it but found it Ko heavy, and couldn't get it through the door anyway. Next, the burglnrs entered a rail road station wllh similar results They knocked off the combination knob of the safe, failed to open it, tried again to carry it, but again found Uie door loo small. John Parks Jr. spent Saturday in .'.icmplhs. Dr. and Mrs, yesterday tor L. K. Cooper left Nashville, Tenn.. where they will attend graduation exercises from Vnnderbilt college in which their son, L. E. cooper Jr., will participate. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Llmtaugh nnd son of Caruthersville were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jor- San Sunday. Mr. I.unbaugh gave the Layman's talk at Uie Method t church. C. P. Howard, mayor of Steele who has been confiiied to his liom for several weeks is some Im proved nt this time. His dnughte Mrs. E. W. McCann', o[ Coote who has also been very sick wa 'visiting him Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Turner and son. Billy, of Marion. III., were also his guesls Friday. Mrs. W. N. Holly and daughters Mrs. Lewis Lester and Mrs. Hayes Smith anrt lhe laller's daughter, Hazel, spent Saturday afternoon in Caruthersville with their patenU and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Chas. Pierce. Mrs. Tom Lewis and mothe Mrs. .Llnnie Duke spent yesterday In Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lester wer New Undcr-ttrm Cream Deodorant illfel) Stops Perspiration " 1. ppcs not rot dtcsscs-^-Jocs iiot irritate skin. 2. Nowailingto Jry. Can be used light aftct sluying. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to J ,(Uys. Removes odor ftpm pcrspint.ion. 4. A pui'c white, gtcasclcss, stainless vjnjsbing ctcim. "6, AmJliis liecn twardcd the Approval Seal of tlic Aincricau Institute of launJcting, for being harmless to fabrics. IS MILLION |an pi Arild have been sold. Try a jar tod>y' on j 39? • |>t Al ill • >ellln« loll . he will be the guest of her aunt. Mrs. S. L. Pake and Mr. Pake. Four animals are known as •gophers" in various parts of tlie United Stales: the chipmunk, locket gopher, tortoise and ground squirrel. 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