The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1930
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PAGKTWO ULYTHKVILLK. (AUK,) COUUI10U NK\\'S THURSDAY, JU1,Y !JI. Steins of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Announcement has been made ol the marrla'EC of Miss Ethel Hognn end Mr. Earle Sykes Equcn, both of Greenwood, Miss., the » - ed(Hnij having been solemnized at (lie First Baptist church of that rit> by Dr. Edward J.'Cascwcll. Tlie bride is the niece of Mrs. Oscar Fuller, of Greenwood, with y-bom she. has made her home for many years. Mr. Equen, .who lived | In-BIytheville for a number of yenrs.! returned to his native state several j years ago where lie is a planter. He ; was in the same business here. j After a bridal trip to Nc»' Or- ! leans and the Gulf Coast. Mr. an.1 • Mrs. Equen will live In Green- ; wood. I • • • * 0 Former niylhcvllle , Girt to Be Married. Mr. and Mrs. William Prtnslc Orri ol Pine Bluff who lived here until two years ago, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,. Eloise to Mr. John Orby Poss. of Shveveport and Pine Blulf. The marriage is to lake place at ail early date. Miss Orr, who Is the only daughter,' lived here all her life where she attended the city high school and is popularly known in the younger sets. i Several social affairs arc being ' planned in her honor. j Children Entertained i Sixty • members of the primary i department in the First Baptist- church were enlertained with a | lawn party at. the church Wedncs-; day afternoon by the teachers, of- : licers and superintendent ot the | department. Games were played during the aflernoon and delicious, refreshments served. j Auxiliary to Meet ; The auxiliary of the American ! : Legion will meet at Mrs. W. J. Pollard's Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock I - for the election of officers and delegates to the state convention. Gowns in Tea Party Mode Half-Moon Mrs-. Loyce Tomi:nson called on Mi's. O'Neal Monday afternoon. Miss Vergle Jones of Sandy Uldge l:> yhiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mia. J. W. I'ortloci;, Mr. and Mrs. George SKolton and children attended the ball game at Dell Sunday afternoon. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Loyce Hawkins of Ifarbro were visitors In this community Sunday. Joe Pcrllock had Earl Shaney- fcll as his guest Friday night. Mrs. Phillips and sons called on Mm. Hawkins Friday afternoon. Uorolliy Lou Keiier has returnee! i Q mtc a ""inter from this com K. hot- home In.Jonesboro after sev- """lily arc attending the two weeks oral days visit with Mr. and Mrs. icvlml IU Louo Oak ' 1. G Thompson Ilclm Uelbrldgc was the week- Mr, and Mis. Welch Foster have' cn<1 e>lcst of C!>llle Rmh nmictt ' Bits of News Mostly Personal Warden's Daughter in Movies H. L. Hawkins purchased a Chevrolet car Saturday. The little daughter of W. B. Warren passed away Tuesday evening. The h..dy "TO staken to Mo- ncttc for burial. Among those who attended thr tall game at Lone Oak Sunday ;\fturuoon were HIU Buclc, Ted lirork. Joe Pui'tlock, Cluudi: Shullz. T. J. Richardson, Jack Duncan. their Rucst Miss Namictle Livwne, or Memphis, who 1;; Mrs: raster's niece. She will be here i:n- i:l Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Cashion, o; Kmloin, Ark., arc visiting her bro- ihcr, c. D. Calkins, and family. G. Rapp was a business visitor in Jonesboro Tuesday mid Wcc'nvi- Ony. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Ri;'> I Vcrnle Jones, Dlt Tonilinson, Pearsell Phillips spent yesterday m : line Jones, Thomas Delhiidye. Ear! Memphis. Shiincyfcll and Helen UolbrWge. Rlvcs Allen Is altcndlng to busi-- Mr- alltl Mrs - Hawkins had as ness In Joncsboro. | their guests Sunday Jot Walter.i Mrs. James B. Clark was i \ and family of Lone Oak. Memphis visitor Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. G nines at- Mr. and Mrs. Rush Hollipeler tended church in Blylheville Sun- and daughter. Jane, accompanied day night. by Miss Elizabeth Davis of Luxora |. who Is Mrs. HoMpetcr's niece, have , MidWttU NotCS returned from Lake Jnmes, Ind.. I ' •' and Montreal. Canada, where they ! LUXORA. R. 1.- Mis J. R. B ay- spent three weeks. ,lcck visited Mrs. Roy Hudson R. L. Jiidcn, of Cape Glrardcau. i'lucsday. Is attending lo business here. ' M|S - Jim Da » lp " °< Hickman, Ky. Mrs. Faiiuie Alexander and son. Sheron Shoemaker, accompanied by their uncle, Mr. Galewood, have Long familiar willi s I r i p it s. Joan Marie Lowes. 8. clauglilcr nl Warden Lewis li. Laws of N t w YorkV Sing Sing prison, if now gelling acquainted will] stars. Here's her first picture since slif arrived in Hollywood lo become an actress in her own right nnd lake a leveling part in a forthcoming film of prison life. "Clierie," as Joan M a r i c is best known, hopes to become a famous movie queen when fhc grows up and s h e's already looking forward I'- lliat lime. , lias relurncd to her home after spending the week end with Mrs, E. M. McDcnald. Burdett,2 defeated Lone Oak. 18 lo 17, in a baseball game Sunday. A. J. Hill was a visitor in Manila Saturday night and heard R F Klrshner will leave tomor- j a political address by. Zal B. Harrow for Pilgrim Mich., where he ; rlson. candidate for county judge, will spend several weeks with Mrs.! A levival meeting ot much m- Klrthnor and daughter, Nancy, who tcrest is being held at Burdette are at their siimmcv cottage there. ! by the Rev. L. O. McCracken, William Lang is attending gone to Hot Springs for a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon limit!', were visitors In Memphis yesterday. 'Hie afternoon gown Is no longer a step-child of Dame Fashion, any of the loveliest creations of the setison have been designed for j lea-ing and parly-Ing in the late afternoon hour;; In August. Left: Calculated to give a woman charm, coiindcncn and poise Is ing poplum across the back gives It a forward-looking style note and the cape berth* eliminates the necessity of wearing a wrap one does not- really need. Right: A pal; pink organdie gown, one that is sure lo get any fair young woman Into a parly mcod, is made with drop shoulders ihnt pr,| s Saturday night for dinner and end. In bell-shaped shoit sleeves, with the Hare ot (he, long graceful j dancing at the Hotel Pcabody. Miss skirl much the same bell-shape. Horizontal self-bandings Hint end j Hipp is in Osceola now but will in restrained, tailored bows are the .drily trimming this frock allows "*™> ™rc J™"^ [ami , y havc itself, and its round neck emphasizes Its I'demureness. Luxora l'y.—Personal Executive lioarrt Has Luncheon Mfct A delicious limcncon nnd a business meeting featured the gathering of the eight members: of the . executive board of the Frst Chrls- tion church's woman missionary society Wednesday at the home'of I Mrs, Gordon Evrard. * Each woman took a riisli which lormcd the two course mcM served tit one o'clock. I lu the business, new phnses ol ; the work were dlscussccVvtmd vin-1 tcrest ing plans made •idrr-fa.lL.acj.j tivittes. ••• "'•.-•"::'• •'-• Oriramzing I'.-T. A;-.- « ••' •••;''..'•' | Mrs. H. A. Smith, vice president E ofTh? Arkansas '"parent-Teachei. i „ Sa , |ba ml( ,- clllu son. county superintendent, of N uay.nond, Junior and June schools, are at Huffman this after-1, N , w ' Yovk UR . v | sltmg relative:, noon organizing a Parent-Teacher | | )cle arc ; Erncsl and Alice George of Hayll teachers of this school. ! B< y c . ^ ~ ~ . j has been visiting In Memphis the/Veil'S /VOtCS i past week, relurncd Tuesday. ] AdeH and Junior George visited Mrs. Lee Williams was called ! relatives In New Madrid, Mo., this home Saturday on account of llic ! week. ...... „. illness of her mother, Mrs. Rice of! ^j^™^, 1 !ba C "' N " Sl Mi£ Na°nnie Jean Moore has gone | "'"''ssesMabel* Eva and H,«c Lou lo liUnois o spend the rest of V I c ' ook wcrs vlslLors '" Mnnl>hi!> to In Memphis today. Mr£. Clifford Cavitt Is visiting her parents Dr. and, Mrs. C. A. Caldwell, at Lnfe, Ark. Mr. Cavitl v;lll probably go over laler. MJss Jane Hipp of niplcy, Tenn, who has been the (juest of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks, and. Vernlce Webb motored to Mcm- I'anor ol church thc Luxora Baptist Mrs. A. J. Hill and fa Maxw.?ll, Harry Saund- J. C. Jones were in Bly! Miss Mary Bake.- visited Mis: '• Claiice Darnell Tuesday. A. J. Hill will preach at Cursor Lake Sunday nighl. J, C Reece ol Carson Lake visited A. J. Hill Tuesday. Belles anJ Beaux New Libertii Mrs. Will Wheat o' Wyth.°vllli returned from Hcmiing T,onn..' visited Joe Epperson Saturday, where they were called by Ihe cnu-; Mrs. Walker of Yarbro visited cal illness of Mr. Crook's mother, j Mrs. Pierce Thursday, who died several days ago. ,. Mrs. Idcll Webb of Burdettc took Mrs, LeRoy Wood, who is now al 1 dinner with Miss Mildred Aycock HSVETOU HEARD?--. You can accent contrasting, color used in your window curtains, most pleasingly and interestingly, if yon enamel the frame ol your window in the same shade. In a modernistic room, for example, that has creamy chartreuse walls speckled will! silver, the chartreuse curtains are striped with wide bands of black to lone up the loom. The frames of the windows, also black, aid and abet in charming manner. cause of (he illness of Miss David, a teacher, and that of Mr. Marshall's wife. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Heath of Ashport were the guests of Miss Velrna Fitzgerald Sunday afternoon. W. O. Powers and family aie visiting relatives in Tcnnessc;. They expect to stay a week. Mr. and Mre. Farmer were guests of Mr. ani Mrs. Marchbanfcs Sunday aftcriAon. Miss Tullas Farmer spent Sunday afternoon with Mlvs Brucic Lunsford. Miss Velma Wicker was the guest of Miss Katie Hood Sunday, Luther Smith of BIytheville was the guest of R. E. Sappiuglon Monday night. A revival meeting is being held at Clear Lake Farm. Blythenllc Saturday night j Bi ' mc " vl ,, Ucd K ^. K Ul Blylhevtllc •Mrs Ged Stce'.e-motored to Bly-1 Tuesd nll(l Wednesday, theville Saturday. • - , Mrs K c Langslon nnd daugh- i5iss Margaret Robinson is spend-! t B ' U : ic wcre osccola visitors ing; the week with Elizabeth Mar- i ^ ont ] av tin.of BIytheville. - j Mcs damcs li. W. Ccoper and R. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols spent Sun- i g As i,morc ami Miws Maud Wl- day in BIytheville. ! ti ctou „; osccola were visitors In Jjfrs. P.ose Kennedy was the guest i L UXor a Friday. ol 'Sis Watson.-Sunday. | y,-, a] i ( i Mrs. Frank Meadows Mr. RobSnson and daughter Mar- : nn[ j daughter Ethel and Mrs. Clyde garet and Irene Nichols motored ismiih and bon Irom Drll wrro lo Memphis Monday afternoon. j :;m;-ts o! Mrs. Minnie Williams Jtsse Viclory jr., spent the week : Sunday. end with Mr. and Mrs. Clovis ! Miss Elizabeth Spann was n vir.- Crtfckett ol Osceola. | nor in'Bljthsvllle Monday, Sterling Martin of Blylheville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley McRar molored to KcUer Friday. i '.pciil Hie week-end in Memplv.s Gris Childs and Miss Tomralc' visiting Mrs. Katie WhlllDCk. Shdrrick have returned to Keiser: Misses Kalic and Anna Bel! Mealier attending summer school in : Rae vUltcd vtlatives m lurrcl. Memphis • i Sunday. They were accompanied X successful Baptist revival meet- • '"°'« c b J' Mr5 ' Bob Hillard who wl.l ine; ended here last Thursday. i \islt them lor n few oays. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and I M1 " Om:u the home of her parents. Mr. and, .Sunday. Mrs. AV. M. Burns, after haying*-- Miss Margaret Mouscr Uas re-' been in tiie BIytheville hospital 'turned from Texas when: she had several weeks because of injuries been attending school, received In nn automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Walkc, oT s slcwly Improving. I Lusoi-.i and Mrs. Ben Aycock vis- Mrs Frank Higlifill, ol Homers- j Ued Mis. Marshall Aycock Friday ville. fncl Mirs Jane Shirley, of afternoon. ;i nr e i,. Mm r.iiu . Mrs. Stroude visited Mrs. Frank Jerry Barnes Bagc. ii,u i: • Mr. and Mrs. J. A. i: Holly sired, Is lime ....' years old but this piclu : n year ago. Swimming I: !:• ile sport and his ambil:;;n like his daddy, who wwK- Ai' PowtL- c: T.iey came here two years ;.;;:: fvc. Cape Glrordcau. Reece News Notes G. W. Hicks and Aunc daiighter Julia Ann were gucsls of : S»e st ol ^ Ir ; a " d Mr.! and Mrs . Gol[ o , Osceo i a Sun- | il9 ! ns ..."..,^'°L,, a ; das: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Viclory and sons aiv*"Miss Irene Nichols motored It' Osceola Sunday allernocn. Cl'urles Nichols molored to Para- g^jd Ark., on b'.isiness Sunday. Bobby Robinson returned home 'Monday because of illness from camp at Hardy, Ark. Willia n-.s was P " ' te Clear Lake Child Dies mother, Mrs. Griegs, who will b-j lier guest for the nest week. Mrs. Will Wood uns a business : visitor in Blythcviile Tuesday. At the coiiiluslon of the huer- i mcdialc B. Y. P. U. Irainlny : rourse, tausht by A-^':;i Wvvardi i P{ Blylheville and Wilsm Ihe past • week, the following mcmb.'rs rc: coved diplomas'. Joi 1 Coi'sriii. Mar• p.ircl U'.chards. Mildiva Richards, ' F rc; i Corkran. Johnnie Corkran. Funeral se,v"^Twere h«W thte ' «'«»> ^™ r '^f^'wboUer meaning at Norman cemetery for |"" j Fo ' v , v ihe Hobr-t Benson Fred Evans, several months old , M George. Evr. Mae WcoSsDi: son'.of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Ev- ; I,,,,, j 0 i m Fnuklin Bowen. Ti-.i ans, who died at the lamily home j ljrcc i,i g j lts t C radcs were made b- In, the Clear Lake community yes-: j' 0 , c&rknin. Marsai-f! Ru-hauls lerday of collilE. : al , d MlWrc d Richards. .The deceased is survived by his; M IS . Msxvc-ll of Mi'inpi-is w.i parents, two sislcvs and ons bro-! ; ;, c ,juesl of her jiarcnts. Mr. aiv ll "-'r. ^1,.,;. \valler Wood. Ihi^ neck : Mrs. Ivi'S' Grnham a:i-i rhilrtrsi 'GREEN BAY. Wis. lUPI— Corn ' Meredith and Olivia v,cv.- vUUoi crops wcie rcporlcd nearly a month |m Oiccol? Sunday, ahead of last year In this section.; Junior Wii'idrrlkh mvl Tiiuum while rye, wheat, barley, oats and i Scoll were among llio-r n-om Lux sugsr beets showed marked im- i ora v, ho BlIMdcd I he b.i'.l « i provement after a setback occas- ; O:si-eola Sunday sioned by spring drouth. Farmer; \ A number ot pi-oule Ivo'.n l.uxoi reported .that gtnrral trop candi-jr.ic iillentlm: ihi.- ii-.-,',ii -IKI-'MI tions and - pros|K^t.s were satisfac-j which Ihe licv. I,, o Mi.Vr.n-k. tory for this llmc'.o! the year. at Kcnuelt, were visitors In the city yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Patton an:l two sous havc returned from Little Rock and Newport where they spent several days, with relatives. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin jr., and son, Billlc, arc visiting relatives ot Hainy. Bill Cowden is reluming In -his hcir.c in Memphis after several lays f.lay with Arthur Patton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard Krtorrd lo Lexington. Tenn.. loriay j bi' accompanied hcunc ll'.is all- v.MKin by Mrs. W. M. Taylor and m. Albert, who have been visit•" Vtlallvcs fcr several wcrfes. ; J. C. Ncah, who travels out ot I niiio, left yesterday for a ihrec •I:-; business' trip. ''. Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Wunilcvlich ; :.ivs. L. n. Chamblin and sons, -.'-;". and Ur,n. spent yei^^nl-" ; : , '.';e:nphis. They molored tiiking ,- • \i-li ;l:cm Ihcir houscfruc:"... r*Li..i , : - ' .\:l:cn AupJclcn who re'.urncci lioir.u '••- . U'.rr lea days .stay licre au:l :ii Si. I.n-.ii.i and another n^f.: whc i li\c.s u: St. LGUI.-:. I J. K Cri'.z. county apiu'.iilural agent is vaccinating hogs a: Dell today. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and j children bst night returned from j Ha.lrlson Ark. where th?V *pent Wheat Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. D Garrett Sunday. Mrs. Bell Clark was the guosl of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C:olcy of BIy- theville Sunday. John Davis spent Friday night with his brother Oscar Davis of Promised Land. Mr. and Mrs- J. A. Lloyd and j Sam Eilcs visited Mr. and Mrs. I W. H. Lloyd Friday. ; Mr. ar.d Mrs. Donald Aycock j of Burdette visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Aycock T'.iursday night, j Fri Lodge to Meet The Chickasawba lodge. 134 F. and A. M., will hold a special meet- ; Ing Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock! when the M. M. degree will be con-1 fcrred. All members are urged toi attnd and vlsiling brothers arc | welcomed. : Clear Lake school building day ni'gl'it. irad^. : Eliis was the guest ot Sam Jollier Sunday. Jv Spencer EHLs and son Curtis are visiting in Mississippi tiiis week. A large crowd attended the preaching services by the Rev. Mr. Hughes al Clear ijak£ Saturday night. Kugeiic Sappington broke his arm Monaay afternoon. Cloar Lake baseball team was defeated by tho Clear Lake Farm team .Tuesday afternoon. School was closed Monday bc- WILKES IS THE WINNER! N. Y. Woman Lost 14 Pounds of Fat Ono S5 Cent lioltle of Ki-uschcn Suits Did It I "I am slarling on rny second bot- CleCd' Luke \ ll= of Kmschcn Salts and am rea .Miss Vire-mia Hayncs spent Sal- i P'eased with results. I take it for urday night wilh Miss Lav-dial reducing and so tar have lost H Cliild-rs - - ' pounds and I think, it is doing won- Mrs. Lnrlbe Cireen and children | ders for me. I do not feel so tired cf Wolf Ridge were gucsls of Mrs.i evenings w.icn 1 get Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jcc E. Childers. fo r the week end. but Is now improving. Sam Baker and Miss Alma Har- Down With FIFTH TKKM-, ' liRS. and Salary Lccghesk-i From all over the First Railroad] Commissioner District comes the! lad tiding that Wiikes will win u a walk! The people are tired! of ono-man dictation and gum shoe j nethods. j A vote fer ' WILLIAM N. WILKKS of Woodruff County, for UAILKOAD COMMISSIONER is a vote to break up a one-man system of perpetuation in office, that Clay S. Henderson is en-1 deavoring, with no record of help-1 ful or constructive service, to fasten j upon the p?cp!e. • | Not satisfied with having been honored by llic people for FOUR TERMS or EIGHT YEARS and' rendering no service, he is asking for a FIFTH TERM. During the last session of t'.ie legislature, he put one cvir the people by help- j ing tu lobby through a bill in-1 creasing his salary S1.200 a year j and making his term of office SIX YEARS instead of two. if he is j elected this time, his FIFTH I TERM in office we will havc SIX more years of Hcr.deison, which means FOURTEEN YF,ARS in a single office for this man. He has already drawn in salary alone j .Don't f* *i i , fail to take advantage of the real savings offered you in our greatest July Clearance ,\»nS>lt mill\T S1-TW1QV mnmlnrr flllr* I «-»>• ,n,.l Hl,^. UUIILL 1tll.ll ,I.l\t I en A l"rsT cro'vd "™end4 lie B; > " ;tlr =" csts " fs - w - w - t-=>'^- • Bccunpanied by J mrtnv ntehlserrice Iovri r ' r ' rt <™W"- «^° «•>- bn-I of Mount Vcrnon. C^'Mc^'relurned Tuesday .™«« «« ™* h™„.«« ^-ton terday in Mempl.i: 1 get homo from work." A generous bottle of KriiEchen Salts that lasts 4 weeks costs but 85 ceuls lit Kirby Drug Co.. or any drugstore in America—take one .dm wore married Saturday" after-1'«" - teaspoon in a glass of hot, S31.200.00 besides enormous ex• iniin in Hit* hnnir nf \lirvin water every morning before break-I pensc accounts. 'Schb'mks 'fast-cu: down on starches and j HOW JirCH nOKS THIS MAN walk a little each day. ] WANT? Before the bottle Is empty stir-! The people arc aroused. They plus fat is leaving you- -Indolence are demanding relief and scrvif: changes to activity—you'll feel in r.iis office. Wilkcs is fearless. yo«n?.;r—eyes will brighten—step | He U clean and sober. A vote for grows spry. Millions know this—• Wiikes is a vole for Ihe winner! ir.-'cent at,5' ou ought lo kiiow it, Kiuschcn | Ucnarc of List Minutes Campaign f n~ ni the j Salts la the ideal treatment for; Lies! on. hcadach- acidity—Adv. Mr. mid Mrs. R. E. Sap|iii:gto:i were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones o! Dogwood Ridge Sunday. " The small child of Emerson Evans Is seriously ill. A large crowd was (he ice cream supper ; Homei tier spending a week with friends rid relatives at Halls. Trim. Hernan Moore of Halls is spending his week with his uncle. Pies \lcore. Miss Bessie Allen and Miss Gc- icva Thurman of Dogwood Ririce nnd Miss Tassye Taylor spenl Monday aflernoon with Jessie Hicks Miss Salllo Caldwell spent S day with Miss Vclna Wilson , Miss Eflcllc Bromley .spent Sun- ; day evening with Miss Jessie | Hicks. ; Juanlla Bromley spent the day wilh Willie Mac Akins Monday. Nii:-s Tassye Taylor had a<. h.v guests Tuesday night the Mi«--j Glcnace. Callie Ruth and Mn?pi' Bennett ot BIytheville Viud Andrew Tuyloi of Yarbro. Mrs. Maggie Lee and Atln* !loi:.<. Ml;s Tassye Taylor and Miss Jessie Hicks spent Tuesday afternoon with 'Mrs. Eddie Lee Gann. - Robert Taylor is visiting in Tcii- nrssee this week. Mrs. Maggie L«T Bnlo> In Blylheville Wedue&day. Hospital Noles t'dwiu Ji-*. 1 -"' Ui.v;gi'- .icuo. Mo., was .idiuiUrd lo llu niytlievillc hospilal today. their guests Mrs. W. w. l.snk-! accompanied by Miss Polly Shcrt. Ind., spent yrs,s. Shcrift and ^^l•s. W. W. Shaver "WIN WITH WILKES." Advertisement. after a visit m Memphis. C. T. Kramer is atlcntim; business in Memphis tod;:y. Miss Margaret and Ruth Mahan. to and their daughter, Margaret, rc- tuniKi Wednesday from a vacation trip through Texas. FLAG Flies — Mosquitoes Roaches— Bedbugs Ants, Moths, Fleas. KILLS QUICKER ALWAYS COSTS LESS Phonograph Combination to be given awav »/ Saturday, August 30th Full Details at our store 'ummmmi*! n •» i i Out of the lliEh Kent ili-.trir

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