The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 29, 1934
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PAGE TEN .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS President's Ball, cHy auditorium. President's Luncheon, \Vouian'.-i dub, 12 and 1 o'clock. Young Matrons Bridge clubliav- ing night parly wilh Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Church of Chris! having Bible ttudy al home of Mrs. Bufoid Martin. Yarbro Misslona^ society nicet- ins wilh Mrs. Co-a Perry. VVEDNESDAY'S EVENT'S Current Events club meeting wkh Mrs. Malt Monaghan jr. ; Mrs. Clarentc Voiliner cnterlain- ing. Wedtresday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club meeting \viih Mrs. Cecil Shane. : Mrs. Olio Kochlltzky having the Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contmct club meeting with Mrs. o. w. McCuidicn. . Mrs. I,. .H. Moore having Thtirs- 'day Bridge club • IJridge tournament al Blytlie- ville Coumr>- club. I'lsins Completed For 1'rrsldrnt's Men and women of lilylhevillu r.nd oilier lo-.uis in Mississippi cbjiuy will aitcud the Fresldenfti '.iincheon at [he Woman's cluo Tuesday. The alfi:h is SIKHISOKU bj the Mississippi County Democratic Women's club nnd proceed* from the tickets, at 50 cents each, will go the'vmcnt of Warm Springs. Ga.. in 1 oimr o( President Roosevelt, This amount covers the luncheon and card games. Those who do nc; plan lo play lards will be sen-, ci luncheon at li o'clock when tli-re will be informal -enterliiinnicnt. At one o'clock vfunen \vlio will jr.ter play bridge and rook will be served. Theie will be a lurkey given for i.n- altcndance pri--- for all euc.sls, end in the card panics there will be a number of piizcs, includim; a tnivcllng award Tomorrow's aflaii «-)ll IK- in Kieping with the spirit ol HH- , K - casion. A palrioi'c motif will be i.fcd lliroughmit ihe rieconitlons and in the score pads, •[lie hum! iih-de tallies will l.ura piclmes ol crippled diiklrcn sketched o n them. A large number of n-seri-nlluiif have already been made \viih Mrs Lloyd V. \vise. The lo«-ns oi Os. ccola, Lcachvllle, Manila, Luxora, *-Eell, Huffman, Earlleld, Wilson v-snd Basscti ar_- co-oiwrallng. Among (hose w):o will attontl i re four lables frcin Osceola and .- .'our tables from Wilson. ' . * . i * •Has Bridge I.uncliron. • Mrs. Park Hair- ctt entertained eipht guests with o liridge luncheon fc'iturday al her h'.»:e in the Shane ;-.parlmenls. A Valentine Eclninc showed in the red snapdrti&uns and the iieart shaped ralllto In the card gaiiies. which followed tlic serving of a two-course menu, Mrs. Louis Green won the prize, hosiery. * * * «. V. P. ITS I'hn Training School. Tile four B. Y. P. U.s O f Ihe Second JUaptisl church arc plan- ring an annual haininu school Tuesday evening. ", o'clock. The Intermediate >mirei W ;is recently Divided because of the l-,\rge mim- i;cr enrolled and Mrs. j L Nc\v- iom Is leader of one group called "The Peppy Pcpixis" ami M re Tomnue Bogan :.s head of the ether Intcrincdlitf: group. Miss Marie Hau:;sh will teach Inu senior manual, Mrs Neu^oui i.u<1 Mrs. Bogan will teach the Intermediates K r ti Miss Clara Relle Kintqn will icach the jun- ' * • J'lans liflnj; Miide Jor I'reiMculs n;il! ^'Hh a goal of 5;-u tickets to be sold at. si-each lor the Presi- cent's - Bail tomorrow evening members of the tominillee aie I'-gshing their efforts to obtain tip* .'urn. which' will be given to v.'r,rm Spriiigs. c; ; for the . trcolmev.'. l">ralysis . in honr,r Eoosevelt.. Russell. Phillip.; ,,„„,,„„!, v ihe committee, vri'i announce com- Pit-lc 'arrang-meiiu for Uic tall tomorrow.. The d.v.jce. lo tc held at Siao'o'dock 0110 "' 1 " 1 ' 1S . l ° * X ' Sln * * • Counly Council Sleets Saturday. The couuty council of Home Demonstration clubs met at the Woman's club Saturday. Phiis for gardening .and spring canning in- Mructions were taken ui> with Mrs Valter Wood of Luxora, president . of the count-it, and Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, in charge of the lneetUls ' il £11 Ixw. fire- Ltr»s TWO RIVERS. Wis. (UPi-Cily officials believe that the 1533 file loss here of SiOl 50 or four cents per capita. Is thn lowest in the nation, which has nn average fire loss of £5 per cr-rita. Bits oj Netcs Mostly Personal Dr. and Mrs. I'aul L. Tlpton .--I'd ton, Dick, s|..u SiKinday in Si'iiath, Mo. Miss Annie Li'Mic Kvaiw has l-.ine (o MniiphU whi-ic she will .uti-nd MI.VS W;, lie's lius!ix>ss -scliool for soveiv.i months. Misses Frances Evans, June Arinun- iront and Minii- I.i;;^ett look her c'own Satmdny. Mrs. Tom y. Murlin us rccciv- int treiilmint at tlu- Ulythevillc hospital lor a ner • OILS uiuakdown. MKS Lorna Wil.'.cn, who iindcr- an operutlun for iipijendlcltls nl ihe Blvthevillt hospital nine days ago. will be iiinoved to her l:cir.e loinonow. Miss l-'iancin 1 !?usvinluil, wlio i<as been ill foi t\.(. weeks. Is now up. Mrs. f.ouis Wilso:'. Mrs. Brownie Plnry and Miss Mitigueritc Wilson v-f-ro In Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. h:itn Org'cl und son. of Cnruther.'vll'c, Mo., find Mrs. Drgi'l's motile.-. Mrs. Simon, ol Coliimuus. C):i. :.jx.'iil yeslsrcliiy v.'lh Mr. and Mi.'. I fio.icnlhal. Mr. and Mrs. 1 red Itmlirrlord and .son, I->ed, Jr.. spent ihe wcek- u/(l In Memphis Misses Dorothy Ward and Nnn Cifirretl. of O.uu'hersiii;c, Mo., »-.-<rc In the city yiMerday. Mic. L. A. /iiUMi vman lelt tills Mornliii: for her home in Scotl- diJe, P«. she h :is been visitln» ri'latlvo Ehere tj:(ndlng n part oi her time with her brother I. M. Miller who is s-crioujlv ill at che Baptist hojphnl in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox nro In St. I*«ls for a buying trip. Heads New FigHt For Temperance * l^ayers Will (;oiiijK;ie In Tounicv Tliursdav •> j A number of out of town bridge players will comiX'le with Blythc- vlllc playurs In the tournament here Thursday evening nt the coiinlry club. Pri/cs will be nwnrd- ed, according to party bridge ink's, and all phiyers will submit their scores for the world bridge Olympic conies!. Hurry w. Haincs and Evcnjl B. c."s are in dmrge. I'laying will begin at 8 o'clock and .the l(i.hiinds will \x played In about t*6 liours. Players will pny SI ench to pailicipate. lie.servatioiis may he made individually, in couples or by la- bles. The affair, like others throughout the world on the same night is sponsored by the National Bridge Association. JVo special system will be used In the playing of (he hiinds but it is advisable for partners to have n knowledge ol each other's system to obtain the best results. "The Proper i Thing" "Is it correct in uny clrcuin- .-lani-es to ini; o'-c's elbows on :lie liible? [ l- is pi-iiiiis-sih;:- in :1 public ri*tauriint. iiaiiieuh.rly where the music nnibe.s convusalion dilficult, «' rest one's elbov.-s on the lablc »hei! leniiln K over to s|)cak lo ones Uiule coin]mnion. EIIMWS .•re never put nn ihe luble while endowment of infantile of President fJiiuriuan Kinds Money in' Book ANTIGp, \Vis. 'OP)—Aflcr failing in an atlcmpt to sell several old books from.his lather's estate, O. J. Husemeicr turned through the pages of one of the books and iound S335 In old bills. Read Courier Kows vrant Acts. "When dininr, :i> a restuurunt i' !o~.(\ i.s liioiigln in indivichml (Junes is H cunvrl to pi- llcc dishes »' one's plat,- mui c;<t directly IKIIU tueuiT 1 When food LS nrved in such Pishes ii. ilio-.ild be eaten directly m them. The dishes should remain on U, L . table approximately here i| K .y hiivc i.cen placed by •'.' waiter. In nr cirniinstances ioulil a dbh be. jjlnccd on the irhitc. .Minify I'ariU-iu Many OKLAHOMA CITY lUPI—Hcc- ods compiled hcr.j rrrcnlrd Hint anveinor ^ W. H Murray had i'l the thrre j. ca - s ll( ; ])a;> bcc|[ rovernor. Ihcir home here one-eventa*'lust week, «-"«8..ui»i, Mrs. P. A. White und , * ; W BOWCII won high score prize/jits' A. W. Young won the ' prize and O, E. low score favor. • • • Mrs. L. D. Massey entertsal members of her two tablo-'i club and an extra table of-'guedi at her home here Friday afSrT noon. Mrs. r. A. White won high'score club prize, Mrs. Chas. R«ie'-. hleh guest prize and Mrs. G. W. strlck- 11114 cut consolation favor. Guests besides the club mem- beis were Mcsdames G. A Rob- iiiMJii, O. W. StrlcKling, Claries Row Godfrey Wnllc. Mrs. p»te j und Mrs. Cotton, Billie Ay«rs and Russell Chiles were hosts to members of the Fri- dny Night club al the Ayers Home on biulneai for the *nd Co. etore. J. C. Cull^n left this morning for Benton, H«rbor, Mich., on business for the Kansas City Shook Co. rr»nk A Glllell* of spent Saturday here. QtM Dtvto Ft«ler and Jerry Cullum are among those ill with measles. Mrs. Marlcne Wilson of Cal- lioun City, Miss., returned home yesterday aft«r a two weeks visit with her son, W. P. Wilson, and Mrs. - Wilson. pudding can be v»rled In tewal ways. Chocolate always Is a popular flavor and can be ni»de from the bale rule by adding two squares of melted chocolate to the cornstarch and sugar before the scalded railk is poured over it. HUM can be added to vanilla or chocolate pudding. UiidlL'Ritiyeil by tlio repeal or Prohibition, llic Nalioiml nml I'rolillilllou Council la elrding anew tor a llj;bt for temperance. Tlicy've licsiin '>y oleclluij Milton Coiiovcr (above) presldenl of tbe couuefl. Mo is a political sclen- llst at Yalo Unlverslly. Osceola Society — Personal dSTER I MARY'S KITCHEN C*nuUrch Two cups milk, 3 tablespoons HI" SISTER MAKV NBA Scniix Slaff Virittr Among nourishing, Inexpeiisive desserts, a perfectly made coin- starch pudding holds close to j ,.»„ j^vflUt I'**M—"» a >i^'Vi_J t .UJV. LV *"••*• Friday evening. The group of I l )l!lc <- Oclicatc In torture and fla- teen-ngc boys and girls' who'con-j vor . It is.sullablc for. children ?ud slilute Ihe club membership, and i Invalids and should please l':ie most tlieir friends enjoyed the evening faslldious grou-n-up. Now that cer- ai dancing, Thirty friends of Blllie Benll ccic his guests Wednesday afternoon at u birthday party celebrating his twelfth birthday.- Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. Jesse Glaswe entertained the Wilson Contract club at her home at Osceoia rtlday afternoon. Mrs. c. W. Ferguson of Wilson and Mrs. J. A. Crouch . tain long-forbidden 'flavors are made available, desserts that have been regnrdcd with iitdillcrence regain tlieh- glamor for adult palates when served with a pleasant pi- nuant sauce, There are certain definite rules lo guide one in making cornstarch I puddings, just as there arc in j making custards or any other par- I titular type ol dessert. Thorough cooklag and [he right proportion of conistarch to milk are the secrets of a delicious pudding. On (he market arc excellent prepared puddings which require merely the addition of milk, according to the directions on the package, to make delectable desserts. Eggs Aid Wish Eggs can be ado'ed to , asp corn/starch, « tablespoons sugar ., leaipoon sail, l egg, % teaspoon vanilla. ^^ Scald i 3-4 cups milk in lop of double boiler. when tiny bubbles appear around the edge of the nulk it Is Hot enough. Mix cornstarch and 2 tablespoons sugar with remaining cold milk, stir unlll perfectly smooth. Pour about half ihe scalded milk into the coM milk mlxlurc, stirring rapidly. Add this to i milk In the double boiler, slir- nng constantly, 'cook and stir un- lll thick and smooth. Remove .siwcn; cover and cook over hot w»lcr, stirring ccasionally, for 20 minute. The water in the bottom of the double boiler should be kept boiling. Beat egg slightly with remaining sugar and salt and slowly add cornstarch oilxlure ^tir- ring constantly, Return to double boiler anl cook- one minute. Remove from heat and let cool a few minute*. 'Add vanilla and bent well. ; Turn Into molds which have been dipped In cold water and let stand until cold.. Then chill thoroughly before serving. An intriguing way 'to serve this pudding is to put a teaspoorifu! of sweetened sherry in. each sherbet -glass, -add the pudding and iwur another teasiwonful of sweetened sherry over each. Toa with whipped crtam. For children serve Ihe pudding with sugar and cream, whipped cream or a sauce such as is served over ice cream. Mother of Local Man Celebrate 101st Birthday BARLOW, Ky.—If Charlie Pol- nnd her mother snim „ Jerd, 78, who lives near Blythe- wove the cloth fro'n un and vUle, Ark., should remark that his.made underclothes am i If ! y mother would celebrate her blrlh-:it was woven 36 InelW - lS ' day February 'i, his hearers would! bleach it (hey boiled ii . dc ' To probably wonder if he did not be-1 ashes. To soften it th t . v long in a pbychophatlc ward. But;with a mallet, rinsed <j the joke would be on them. His-ironed U. and then it w . mother, Mrs. Mealcenla Pollard, a j to be marie into the inn, * resident of Barlow, be 1011 garments. *Uh wood . it lf ied and *-as ICll li to has years old on that day, and is en- \ she attributes her 10 u Joying the very best of health..the quiet, simple life thai" Mrs. Pollard, whose maiden ji vc , but expressed a dcsii,. ,, name was Temberlake, is a native O n, saying that she had Hi™ of Waldon, Mo., in Platle county, enough. She is (lie mother of seven chl!-< ' r __ dren. three of whom are living, i D_Li •. ir-ii- » j The eldest is Charlie Pollard, of j R«DDlt Killing Advocated neur lilytheville. She lives with a daughter, Mrs. Ella Shanks, who Is 65, and another son, Arch Pollard, lives near Cooler, Mo. Her husband. Perry Pollard, a Civil War veleran, died Seplem- ber 9, 1912. Had he lived umll December 25 of that year lie would liave been ICO years old, . -- —,-.~.,*~ .*. ..*Mrs. Pollard reads und sews I jl?,™"" 1 . 1 ™ 1 ,, to " c!ral > u l> «»-•' '*!>- wltlioul ihe aid of glasses, and i, si '"! ac f' °"°. cr ™" would l,e easily recognizes her friends across I ":- J°™' ,,'° , drlv !"» lhc Ihe strcoi as she sils al the win-1 He csUnnto ? ^ * °' U dow. She likes being interviewed Igor could be nnd asked the wriler to say that | j.,' a sj ng i e fhe mended several garments last I snake River week. Two years ago she made a; Rabbit pelts As Chore for CWA BOISE. Idaho. (UPi-One lion jaekrabbit-s roamins ( ( t,;. mountains may b c killed a.s u C\v/\ project under the plan of T. Murray, Idaho biological expert. Murray proposes thai at least a hundred men be employed by the Osceola were guests. Mrs. E. A. ; cornstarch puddings' and contrib"""" "'•' '•'- 1 - "'« a pleasUig delicacy as well as food value. If eggs arc used, re- Regcnold held high score' R. E. Lee Wilson and J. : H. Rock,. .Mr. nnd Mrs: S, A. ind: Mr. nnd .. Mrs. Ch Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Tangerines, meal. cream, cotMlcd eggs, reheated rolls, nxllk. coffee. LUNCHEON: Green psppcrs luffed with rice and clreese. slew- tomatoes, molasses cookies, mili, DINNER: English mutton chops, ed "•• • *""«.- *MI.I. vjimiiufr/iijiuic j "i egg almost immediately and a attended the midnight show- in speckled mixture will result Pour ,!r"P-L.T h ,wt??* y '. .'' i the ^"atareh mixture slowly in- Mrs. L,. S. Mitchell oiul Mrs, I 1 '. tltl( -' UL-UIH L-uiuinea 10 ] ;'. Jacobs enlerlained 16 Osceola for ll wcck w ilh mumps, fiiemls at a bridge luncheon at Mr!: - 1 " n~i" '-..• the Nineteenth Century club in Memphis, complimenting Mrs. A. C. Davidson of Uuloutown,"', Ala., Mrs. c. j. Lowrance jr. of Driver, who is the guest of her daughter. Contract bridge was enjoyed throughout Hie afternoon with Steelc, Mo., Blytheville spent the week-end ; turc must" be" well cooke'd iicre with the latlcr's parents. ; combining with eg« C. W. Ferguson Is able to be out I A cornslarch nuddin- should be .ftcr being confined .to his home stiff enough to hold Its Saw >r » week wilh imimus. .. when nnmolded but not hard «• Mrs. J. H. Craln has returned; solid. Its (cxlurc slimId hn rJr rroin JacXson Miss., where ,„he < feclly sinooll? and c™E SJ*,« guest of her brother) n " high score prize won by Mrs. EC L. Qiilnn. High score prizes were also awarded at each lablc with iUrs. E. S. Driver. Mrs. H. L. Driver, Mrs. J. W. Etirlngton and Mrs. Georgia G. Williamson winning, Mrs, H. J. Hnie cut conso- lalion favor and the honoree wa<> presented a gift. Guests besides the honoree 'and tlw prize winners included Mes dames W. E. Hunt, J. L. Wnrd J. H. Lovewell, w. J. Driver jr: C'. J. Lowrance. jr., and W. W. Prewitt. Joe Cromer Mr. and Mra. Hayes Gowan en- lerlained 16 friends at bridge ill W MEMOKV OF ALBERT LKDBKTTER "In memory of our father Who dipd three monllis ago today -We arc. feeling, oh! so blue loday. We have missed you so Since you -went away lo stay. "Bui now since you have goi away". Our lionifc .seems lo be A thing pj sorrow—far Irom gay Since > God came and got you And,took you away to "stay. "Tiuit was, a shorl. short time ago When we wero'all so happy :md gay. Your absence and silence makes mother's, heart yearn. In sadness too 1 loam. We have nD missed you dear father . Since you went away io stay.' —Lillian Lcdbctlcr. CHILDRENS C McmUimi lm mute men ihmi \vomc]L Bronchial Irritations Need Creosote for many vcar; our best doctors have picjcriccd creosote in jomc lorm (or c- J( . t lis. colds and bronchitis. ki;owii- : .- how danger• ; <M> ti n to let '.him luns on Creojiiulsion wil.i crcoMj'c and >ix oilier highly important niciic- nial eleir.eiit.s. quickly and rllcc- ^'vely .stoiB coiiBhJ- and colds that I ; might lead to 1 1 rouble. < Crcomulsion k rowcrfui in ti-.c tnicnt ol ccld.s .->n ( l coughs, yet •i b nteoluicly hr.nnless ;,ncl" is |!-cas,anl and easy u lake Your own cloir.ust (juaiaiilcca Crconmlsion by rtfundin s your n-.oncy it yoil aa llol lt , ]inca Mter jaking Crcbiuilsion ;is di- K"etcd. Beware th- cough or co!d tnat nangs on. A'v.oys keep Creo- nuiision or. hand lor initant i;^e. —Adi-. J PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS ..,,,,-,,... 1..U-10UUJ. , uie cornstarcl) mlxliu-c slowl Mrs. Roy Waters was .thc^gueM | to the beaten egg. stirring ;. her aunt, Mnr. John' Fram'c- of 1 slaully.' when thoroiu;nlv I tnplp. Mn TVlHav-• - . [mi —*.._ .. ,. , . . • con-„—. bfcnd- . . return to double boiler and B. Jojies oft cook one minute. The starch mix- beforc uc *t fall will be , ;:rengthened by addition of an' nternational onion show. . C, Enochs, and Mrs. Enochs',; ' , . , 'Mrs. w. F. ward of Palnton. Mo., arrived Saturday for a" visit with her daughler, Mrs. Roy Waters. and Mr. Waters. Mrs. w. J. Copcland has -gone . . . to Memphis for a two .weeks visit wilh her son, A. o. Copeland. Tom Grain visited his sisters, Mrs. Tom Buchanan and Miss Sudic Grain, at Brookhaven, Miss., last week. Miss Edith Millican returned Wednesday from Memphis following an appendix operation at Bap- ilsl hospital. Mrs. W. T. Beall re tuned Sunday from u two weeks visit with her sisler; Mrs. L. D. Rials, al Textuknna, Tex, J. R. Cullum returned Saturday from a week's business Irip to Washington, D. G. Waller Card and C. o. William- sun went to St. Louis yesterday The fpl loving rule for ianilla • for 1 BILIOUSNESS H Sour stomach g B £as and headache B S (ttiti Jo H | CONSTIPATION | A very Plow* und Light Implements Alnajs-A-llead 1'cedi. Ili«li- esl GrJdc Held and Garden Seed. Rqolinj, rcncin$,.Har- ness, elc. OBEUST STORE CO. 35* = Face the Icy Blasts in a dean Whether ils y.cro or il» in Ihi- sharif. person ;i 1 ;i p |;piirancc dt- munr\s c I c a n, «e!|.kept iloth- inp. If your over- owl needs denn- ing ivhy nnl have il done by "Quality Cleaners"? Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners 180 - - v sauce, milk, cof- . beautiful black dress for herself, at least :illed within n v territory along the arc worth little. every .stitch of which was done j explained. I . ... ^ i- vi in JltLIL Hit are marketable, the bioloj-M The real value wo'i'h: by hand. ...... .•"..:; T ,"" !•..»•it >iui.i mu niivini; ol i .,_ - by i he -- " -.- vyu^uLt--^ itiKi field mice most of oar present general ion. , could also IK exterminated in the She remembers when she and drive, he said. _ , , . -.»i'.Mi*«.M, i lit; 11. til I ilUlU WO 'I It is an extiuiMte piece come from the saving of dain-i. 01 haiKhrork and not to be com-' aanually to farm produce ' pared with the sewing done by; rabbits. Coyotes and Ihe light from Later grease her mother wove jeans for the 'entire family by (heir fireplace. lamps, made with twisted string soaked in grease and hung in but- tles from the wall, came into use. Tallow candles, which came next, were regarded as a great improvement. Then coal oil lamps —surely nothing could ever take i their place. Now electricity, wonder of wonders. What next? Mrs. Pollard recalls how she DOCTOR'S ANSWERS To Questions Sf !'. C. Cripps, .M. D. .Ortiom" Add? 1 ! to Khow PORTLAND, Oie. tUP)—Pacific International Livestock show Q. Is" alracks of session and fa, t ct t , riics vf> crowd JJ|> hfiul 1 btlth gas lrtrj-jt,:lly and l / liapf a Sfnsa- 1 rioii. n mi cktil. Wkat ! ro-. • do u hfl', 11, i s Tiau: '" Co!Jei ' BARGAINS IN NEW 4 USED FURNITURE R. J. DODSON Phone 155 Gj^/lVG . . . GOING by Wednesday night this Style Clearance will be GONE! AH remaining TOPCOATS UKUI-; arc lliu lust, thai Hiii-t Sc!:;t( v nui- & Mwrx 11 made: for us before woolens went ii|>, lipforu houts \veru shin iuned, hoforo wajjcs raised. MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE Ends Wednesday 2 DAY SPECIAL 3 for $3 $6.00 Crosley Squares $4.85 $5.00 Walter Booths $3.85 NEW ME AD CLOTHING CO.

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