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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.V CQUR1B1 NEW! .Social Calendar , , ., EVENTS .Wwnan'e mpfUMiary society First MetliodJrt Church mfetliig at the thurch, :j;jp 'pjil. Better Films ocninilttec ol cay P.'T.'A;'* meetirij with Mrs. Otlo Kochtltzky, 7-30 p.ni. ^ St. Stephen Episcopal Guild -VWeeUng with Wn. A. Conway, 2:30 ~ p.m. —• W. M. 0. first Baptist church ^r?:necllin al church, 2:50 pju. Zi TUESDAY'S EVENTS ».- Mrs. W. Leon Smith having — •Tuesday Coht'.-act club. ££ Young Matroi'.'. Bridge club ....meeting-with Mrs Joe O. Trlesch- «••» mm. ^ Eastern Star ir.octing,' 7:30 p.m. *s. TUESDAY'S EVENTS •=-'• Sudbury P. T. A. meeting at Jjj school, 3 p.m. ^ Wednesday Bririg.i club meeting ~> with Mrs. Jameo H. Bell. "'" .Mrs. W. J. Foll&n! having Curi^ runt E\-enUs club. 7.10 p.m. -^ THURSDAY'S EVENTS tS- U. D. c. meclli g with Mrs. Joe -':•' I-aacs, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy having Mid- Week Bridge club. Mrs. J. A. L.-.ecl; entertaining Tliursdty Luhchccn club. ' Thursday BrWso club meeting ^ith Mrs. H. A. ''Taylor. Mrs, Edgar Bojum cntcrlnlnlng Thursday Contract club. CM Hu Election 'Hie R. A.'s ol the First Baptist church have elected Ihett officers for the new ye»r: J. P. Friend, chief eounsellw; Milton Graham, assistant chiet counsellor; A. c. Hosbtnd, ambassador In chief; Billy Doham, • nrst ambnssidor; Don WilheJm, second ambassador; L. F. Moore, . recorder; Eugene Hood, steward; J. P. Walden. scribe; Veverly Flinn. custodian; Archie Bates, herald. Wrings "will be htld each Friday e^eplng. ' . , ;«•••! . . , Vartro >ft si. S. . ' • . ••"' Th,e Y^rtro woman's iniSMonary society rheV it tlie home ol Mrs, S. Berry ThurscUy atterhowi for a business session. Mrs. G. Sutherland ' was>" in charge or the program 'In which the Rev. Mr. Sutherlihd offered prayer:- Mrs. Ada Berry led the . defoUbnal and Mrs. R. H. Hood anct'Mrt. C. B. Etchlson cadi guvc - -ft' 1 reidlpg on "Clirlstlan Control of Wealth." Afler the business session ll>c hostess strved sandwiches, cake and .hot chocolate to the It mem- present A visits made and' 'nin reported trays settl to siclc persons. SupetinlmdfaU Tli«rWUy i)!re a sexton lo care for the cemetery f or u y.'ar. The next meeting of Hie erou]i will be the first Friday altcnioon In March at the home of Mrs. W. A. stlckmon. • • • Kill Care Club Has Sapper Dine. There were 10 at llin supper cilice of the Kill Core club HES Thursday lin M. Moore when Mra. Mer- of Little Rocfc, , liouscgucEt of Mj. mid Mrs. N n, ^fcnal•d, was n gutsl. Mrs. Gceise M. Lee and Mrs. W. T. Barnctt welc hostesses. A barbecue pig .si.pjxi menu was ••crved and Inter llicre WB.S danc- i.iE with music furnished by n thrco piece orchestra. Bits oj Mwtly Personal Mrs. James U. Clnrk attentlcd the D. A. n. luncheon meeting «l :he home of Mrs r. l>. Jacolxs :it Orldci ycstcKl'iy. Joe AppleL'Hmn v,11l leave Biil- i;iday night lor Chicago U>' attend (he tulinnat Myle cbn'vcn- He will spciici a few days iii St. Louis p;nvu'.:t home. MLss Bernlce Hrrwell, pf Urpyns- villc, Tenn., who arrived /ifoler- c'.iy to be iht guest of .Mi-, mill I Irs. U.- w. MuH'nf for llic week Hid, Is In SJcclt todny ns (lie ic-sl of Miss Ri.bye Ashley. The Hev. Slunrt H. Salmon, pas- toV of the Flitt i'reabylorUin church, and W. H liu,lcy, an el- tier in the church, will spend Tuesday hi Little Keck for n call meeting of the Arkansas Presby- lery when tin r.ev. Mr. Salmon will be receiver! Into the presbytery. He formerly was a membci 1 of the, Mpiiiptils.; Pi'i-3h)'tery beror;; becoming p>.«t'ir church rcccii'.lv. of, the local •Superintendent J. L, Ponder of Hulbert, Ark., addressed a meeting of the Mississippi County Superintendent and Principals assocuvtion •.. at "the-high. • school auditorium ,..-' Thursday 'nlghl. vHls subject was The Nitiire'and Function of Aims in Education." Supper was served lo the 25 .^present by T members of .Miss . An^•' : 'ite "TfcCwvej'sV home, economleji . class, alter which the following ,,:, program .Jm» glveh,'"Readlng,',. Miss ••Hazel Sampler Addrtsi, M.rs. Merhlin Moore, of Little Rock; Address, Superintendent Ponder. A report w«» made by the committee in charge of the county boys and. girls senior basketball tournament in -which it was stated that Osctola had been awarded the tournament. It will be held there Fet-jrary 23 and 2«, It was also stated in the report that the double elimination system «x>uld be followed In tlw meet •'. and that the three highest' boys .. teams would be eligible to repre- •/• sent the county in the district - 1 meet. ; Any girls learn in the tournament will be eligible to participate in the district meet. The meeting was presided over by Superintendent Crawford Greene, president ot the association. County B. Y. r. L'. Meets in I.nxnrn. The "Just Fricnis" Union of the First Baptist clu:rch here won :he efficiency bari.cr, and the Senior B. Y. P. U. of the Second church won the sUcndance banner at a meeting of line Mississippi county B. Y. r. U. association in Luxom Thursday evening. The "Just Friends" group made a rating of 93 and 2C- per cent ol tie Second church B, Y. p. U. members attendee', to win this award. J. P. Friend, ptcfidcnt of the association, Is :lhr new chairman of the board of strategy which v.'lll. shape pbns lor the group. Plans for '.the county wjde annual study course to be held at the First church lit;e March 4 to March 9 were dt cursed. :B. .Y. P. ; U.'s of Manila. Clear lake, Armorel. w;i s on. Osccola. Dcjl, Luxora and the two clmi-chcs J)«re attended the meeting. H was ceclded to m«f I ai the First Baptist church. of. Bljtheville March I ' Mrs. O. w. McCutchen, uccom- )).\nled by liei sl.stert, Mrs. M. R. Bailey ol Butovlhe, /,i-k.. and Mrs. Russell' Pon.-r of Cumpbell. Mo., are in 'Mcmpl^s today visiting Miss Betty i.tiCuiclien, who attends St. MJIV'B i-chcol. Mrs. Baker Wllscn ami son. Billy, and Mre. •.Vllwui's sister, Miss Elizabeth Crews, unc in Memphis today. • -.': . Mr. umt Mrs. J^.sst H. Webb, ol E3rle. Ark., . puc|-.d;d to business here jeslcrHay! L. L. Ward, wiiu !ias been ill, U now tetter. !j. I-'. WIlHiu.'s iif Joncsboro cieiiuty,-. United i S|iiU-s. marslia!, is attending to btislr.CM here ' ye. 1 *-thy and today. Mrs. George w. Burlinm ]>lans lo leave tonlglit Icr si. Louis to to with her br.ilhrr. u Y. Counts, - FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Woiuack, Pastor Oluirch School, 0.4S a. in. «-|) nt hCl " '" U "" ble " (P ' i * linjs The Lesson -Sen: on win nijio in- c:i'de plages from ll, e Christian Scleiice textbook, "Science" an Health with Key lo the Ser p- •m-cs" by Mai-y Baker Eddy, one c! which reacts "I/, t ;ivl ne science vLhcrc prayers me mental, nil may NEXT WEEK at Blytheville's Theatres JjATUHDAY.FfiBH U A 1{ y THE CITZ Joe E BroTO rcadi: a cast oJj c , OU p of [woplc, v.l.o ure brought' BOO POD, 1 ; ill hi i lalrer rn»^rfv' I i/vm»K<s» ,,i _ j. _ ., .. ° Here's Hand That Puzzled Players in Bridge Olympic Those who played in (lie ton-. Clubs-none UacL bridge Olympic at (he Coun-! Uiamonds-A in , ' j ry Club Thursday night will be. if south opens a ' 5 ' 'Interested in the announcement must lake the first, f h>I>ll<ie - East , by the National Bridge association then lead his aeu™ tricks »"d_ 1 that the sixteenth haiut, on which South back in the IP H ""'owing oil encountered difficulties, should th en leacis his ac™ U".." ." Soill! '1.000 gobs in hi, "Son of a sailor," a First Nation- comedy, together f.t a dVanialc dlmicr - oiamauc ainner loles Include Fraiil: Mclliieh, Tiicl- The Christian Science Rcadi 1'Jlxaa.M I.UTIIKKAN CHURCH II. J. Klcindien&l, Pastor Sunday school teachers' meet- iiiE, 8:30 a. m. Sunday hcliooi, 0 a. in. Divine worship, JO a. m. Sermon Ihcmc: "Sonus in the Night,." Thursday, 7 p. in. Walthcr League bu.siriivss meeting at school. Friday, 1 p. m. Informal lecture on Bible Fiimiumontals at Ihe school. You aic Invited to these meetings. "He that It oi God licamh God's words" Jn. 8. 47. FIKST i'KKStiVTERIAN CH'JItCH H. HI.- Salmon, l'asto>. : 9:4S' n/ in.,- Sunday. Church School. S. E. -Vail, Supt. 11:00 a. nv., morning worship. Sermon topic: "Temple Silence." 6.45 p. mv Young-J'eoplo-of-thc- Church: 7:30 p. m., evening worship. Sermon topic, "Tho New Covenant." We welcome to worship with us any ana all who arc not, obligated alscwlicre in this city, struncers rjlthln o<ir midst, and eswclally Ihe lost groping for pod. ' You'll Una Him 'In His house. FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH The Rev. Thomas W. Cioxlon, U. D.. ol A'-kadelpHiu, ' Ark.v will (.ccupy ("he pulpiL Uuntmy morning mid evening. • • • - •-• Sunday btliool. 0:45 ii.ni. 1 'Alvlu Ifollcy, biipt. ' • There «lll be r, • business mcet- Ilig ol Hie tungrrg'sltoi 'Wcrtncs- diiy evening. -,U>o is serioi.isly C|. Miss Mildred McxSW. w ll-iids Southeast Missouri 'icacltci-s college ;nl . Cape.-felmr- litau, Mo., is the BtiESt-of.'hc^pni-- at- 'Klulc .r A. Taylhi, P.istijr Sunday scliLo!, 1(J a.m.-' Cliuich. 11 a.m. '' : Church, 6:1^ H.III - " These services rvc held in the main auditorium ol ' the courthouse. All nn ccrrtially Invitcrl. , FIRST CHRISTIAN Cltl.'RCH;- K. K. La timer, Mihisfer '' Churcli school, r>;15 a.m. Communion- ind'anlion, 11 a.m. Vesper '•siMTU.e, 8-p.m'. ' All arc conVallj- Invited. - ints, Dr. mid Mrs. L. H. Moore, for the weekend. Mra. W. T. Burnett will s|>ciid Monday m r A!en^i,;:aceotapauv- ^g her 'slstcf. Mrs/ ' Mir Lester, (il Osccola,- who: -v/i II • enter •• the Methodist •liosplt'hV .•'-'-. -.... Mi.«es Dob .WiUiniii&."iiiid". bcr'- '>lcc Keld aeconiparlcd by Tcti Eis- i'lS will spanrt tl'c weekend in Cairo, 111., as the quests of jilss Williams' sister, Mrs. Qsrvie Sliiup ond Mr. Shnrii. Jack Sartain is ill of measles. Mrs. Will Andeisun has returned CHRISTIAN SUIKNCE SOC1ETV "LOVE" Ls thr subject of the Lets oi>- Son non l<j' Iw 'rcail in .Hie Christian Science .-:en1cc • morning nt u o'clmrk »l the Ho- CHURCH liuph.1 D. Be.iifey, , Sunday school, 0:45 a.m E Kviins, supt. woishlp. 11 ajn < ': i"Hal| Terry, George 1 lack wood, Mc.na Kennedy. Samuel Hinds, Noel Fi'iiiicis, Kenneth 'Ihomson, Arlhur Vmton and Geo. vlng. The .screen play liy Al Colin and 1'iial Gerrard s.nilh relates the ad- '•fnlurcs of an over-Imaginative N. Y. p. s. 6:30 p.m. Evening services : !:15 j )m Sermon subject. "The Redeem- 1 !! you have 1,0 u'nirch home or arc a ftranger ir. run- midst ' we rxlciul a inosf <.or<lial invitation o attend our Sund-iy School anil church services. LAKE STRKE1 MUTHODIST CHl'RCH VV. J. LeKo^, Pastor Sunday scltool, 0':45 am Clnirch, 10.60 a.m. Subjccl: Three More Tcfts of What Is Bight or What Is Wrong" Leagues, G:3u and 7 p.m. Church, 7:30 j>m. Subject: "Is Jesus Coming or Going?" You are cordially invited to nil icivlcrs. SISTER MARYS KITCHEN BY SISTER MARY NBA SctTlfe st-iiT Writer The liou.sc-kcatk;! who keeps canned tomatoes hand never muni amoun', of dumb luck. Joe '.vins all the l-.orors but the girl no loves Is win by Johnny Mack Iiown, nnollier rcb. "Search j-'or L'tauly" uill be MiOH'ii al iho liit: Tucni.iy and \VcdncsUay. Miii-ie Drcssl.!;. J<.hn 13arrymore, Wallace Beery Jonn Harlow. Lionel Barrymore, Leo Tracy. Kdmund Lcivc. Dlllic Biirtc.. Madge Evans, Jean Hersholl, isaieii ' Movley, Phillips Holmca! These are the names of slurs who appear logeiher in Metro- C-oldwyn-Mayer's Eciisalional pic- .ire, "Dinner Eight," which siiown nt the Ml:; Theater Thursday and Friday. The picture is ta.^d on the play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Kerbcr. u tlercrlbci the emotional experiences of a lieterogciious party. Shifting Its focus from one aii- r-le to another, the camera picks nit a retired wuikiil-coniedy star i'. shipbuilder racing bankruptcy a wachcd-up" matlncr idol on (lie ,vrvge of suicioe, rip unscrupulous inlihonaiic am hu> faithless wife n Broadway ther.tiical agent a philandering yoiiny docloi-, a Park Avenue hostCAs, u cook with a loothachc. This million d.lmr cast, comprising most of the omstandinc Mars m Hollywood, sets a new record for lavLshress in film entertainment. cu, s en eas his aces -v. oil 'have been played, al four spades, hold the tricks imri "o s lllp "i uiViInli .-V,_..l J |^_ i _ , . _.. . •• tvti** ii | m fv-'i.i. which should be made. Fox Film-., «,;„,.,.. l>r(Klll( . Uon , Orient Express 1 ' hifcd upon Graham Green's. >st se^.ing npvel, will be shown • fet; Uw Kilz Saturdav. Ihe splendid chi>r,uterizall6ns ol the principals together with [he swiftly mounting suspense, ro-, ninnco mid intrigue which brings! the picture to an exciting and smashing elfn,:,x, hjiuv the audi- epce from be^inrlna to end. "Orient Emres.;' Is a story bt seven people who meet on board a train headed from Ostend to ConstantliKi'ple. } " Heather An a el' who wn/ lust teen m "Berscle;/ Square." and Korman Fost^i he-art the cast as Ihe romantic learls Others in the <ast are Ralph Morgan and Herbert Mundin v,ho head a cast (hat includes • Una O'Connor. Irene Ware, Dorothy Bini'oss, Lisa Goru, William Irving, Roy D'Arcy, Perry Ivins, Fredrik Vojedir.g and Marc .I obeli. THE coxy As a man in love with two ivo- Jiien at the same time, Sidney Blackmer is pcrple.\ed in his-'.lead- i»K male rule with Peggy. Shannon and Lois Wilson in "Deluge." HKO-Radio. Piciuros' drama.com- ing to the Rosy (heater Sunday ana Monday. Separated from his wife, Helen and their two children in an earthquake and mammoth tidal wave which devastate, the earth. ress when nia'tlc <viMi tiie canned! whom is Martin's "family"' f)1 '° lluct - I Sidney Blackmei :r portrays Mar- fore tel Noble. 'The- Golden "1'e.xt.. is, o i -j •«)»». j jjuiwrnnet iKir ura js Alar- Some cooks stain tomatoes be- tin, Peggy shannon is Claire and '"• rchealniB for the (able be-(LOB Wilson enacts Helen in "Dcl- l - 1 ';™= h ' v " (<lr cooks out lojugc." Matt Moore, Fred Kohler and lunu Milllulenl Juice to suit, (heir Ruif Hurolde supiwrt nromlncnl- ' te. One of the best ways In ' ' n-K ihis juice is to make a to- yourselves In •the love of Goti, looking for ihe mercy of oii».l>orct Jesus Christ unu eternal life-" : jn.alo jelly snltul. Any oilier vege- "Kcep|lf_bles left from lh^ meal can be . , the riiUo..is .tlia ..fo 1 .;o.viiiB,""6od' is cur -refuge -and -nrenglh, .« vcyy In her hoinc in ^ai- ' after-'a month's visit vil'l- rrintlves in Dallas nnd-TV><i Wo-ih. Texas. Jesn Williams h : rco wring h-om an illness of (hi. Saves Game |)j Going Up Wi Ace; Finelse|Wotild|Be Fatal *.' «•; - i'-. >' -* r nddeit to the juice tuui all i.icrcd together «i'.h a few slices of onion, whole ckve-s. parsley and c-'lcry leaves. Adil tall and sugar as necessary a>.d c;rain and meas- • rc the scafo-.icd juice. A little Union juice or \ii-erar may be nicclcd to gfc "point" (o (he wilud by making lire jelly pt ca s•• »tly tart. Usj ore and one-half nblespoons gmnrinted gelatine to ly. under the Jr - direction of Felix Women" be shown Tuesday, Wciluetiday iind Tliurs- <iay. Youngsters will have a chance to cheer when" Hoot .Gibson's newest, starring picture. "The Cowboy Counsellor." is shown at the Roxy Theatre next Saturday. Featured lu one of ,tlio leading roles is Bobby Nelson, one of the screen's, most promising boy actors. About him revolves much ol the drama of the story.. To him. his older brother Luke, who is entry lo (lummy and lias four tos ing dubs. ^ The hand was as follows. NORTH Spades—none. Hearts—4. 3, 2. Diamond!;—4, :i, 2 Clulu-A, K, Q, J, i, 3, ^. WEST Spades—none. Hearts—K, Q, J. 10, 9, 7. Diamonds—K, Q, J, 9, 8 U Clulis-5. EAST Spades—A. K, Q, J, 10, 8, ij, 2. Hearts none. Diamonds—none. Clubs—10, 3, 8, 7, U SOUTH • Spades—8, 7, 5, 4, y. Hearts—A, 8, 6, 5. If South opens Die l u >aii or ,11, mond ace East can make fh-<. ",'i I. South opens a small he;,,-, ' diamond and MICH, ut, the Ili,i „„ portuiiily, switches to .spades E-V can make four odd. ' " The key play Is the retention u tast ot (he spade deuce as n M, r , means at throwing the lead bat 1 into the South hand Read Courier News Want Ads. GRADE A Raw Milk Phont 74 Craig's Dairy , juslly accused of staB hold up. he is Ihe boy who brings Hoot GibEon. n roaming book agent, in- .to the case as attorney for the defense. Even though Hoot knows Dissolutely nothing aboul law, he is so influenced by the boy's pleadings for help, lhat he outsmarts the slickest crook, the cleverest attorneys and the most hardboiled judge in order to prove that Luke Avery is the victim of a'frameup and by his resourcefulness nnd daring is able to bring the real culprit to the bur of justice. In addition to Hoot and young Bobby. many other chtldrens' favorites are seen in "The Cowboy Counsellor," including Skecter Dill Rcbbins, Sam Allen. Al Bridge Jack Rutherford, Sheila Manners nnd Fred Oilman. leaves. Cook onion thinly sliced, teen returned to Hie bank. rnd parsley ir, tl.e oil for five mintcs. Any kind r.t salad oil or Gutter can be use.!. Add spaghetti and tomato luixlwc to onion anafuards, or fire The comuUltce cliargc<i • with ll:c 'award each year to a member .of the city police, park companies, minutes pored diligently r.vtj th thriiU*n <y-'.M- ». fa Trie meeting ol the woman's Missionary rs»Sety ol Ihe FirM Chrlitian . church scheduled to , meet Monday,- hai been poslponec; for,» weet...'. Cemetery Hirrs Sexto'n. . %-'.weeting or the Elmwooa Cemetery *sso"iat:on yesterday af- Urnoon, al the l-.t.ine or Mrs. J, .'I. Smart jr., It was declrted to Today's Contract Probity KOUth is plnylug this liaj)U ' at six no tninip. Thi; op'po- - ncnts hrvvc all suits stopped, Inn (lie contract can be made. The jack ot clubs 13 oponccl » 4 A K S 5 VKO 3 *J109 i (i J S I » J 10 C 5 V AS « A S A B + A K 5 i ' Solution In nexi issue. V K J x 7 3 : » .1 s :i + J s t Duplicate—All vul. Opening lead — 4 J. .Suuiti jl'asa (1 V Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WM. K. MuKENNKY MVfcl \orlh 1 + 1 » 2* - -'V Double I'asi Pn>. . KltadB of Mohls In Lsr. are WJNCHEON: Vugeliiblc .soup, taking no, cha.ice .,! south ovcr- wlih a M.-.all jpado. c,cr cons. -Mold Hit .tolly in pound or half- ixMinrt C'li.s., uuiKnkl and n:t In slices loi ti'ivini;. These J.MCCS of jelly cu|. L( wrved alone ]Cii a bed of letiuc-? or used in such combinations ns a Mice of canned j^.'jneapple bctvcen Iv.o slicos 01 I loimito jelly: mix. lire* ( ,f cream ciiccse. cliopixd nuts nntl olives bc- Itwcen slices of t!-... jelly of i, coin- t nation of chopper celcrv. B rccn licppcr and Cl-.lnosc cabbaije topping a slice o: ti;c jelly -i good way (o ,1-c I lie Io::ialoc5 from which the juici was .-iralneii is m scalloped ton f.tof.^. ^ com . 3!il:illon of- l,)m:.|C(S nn,| onions or tomatoes mci raiuied com is pi'l into n buticrvri biikinc- (1 i 5 |, ln n'c-rnattng layers with ton^i cubes iir cracker c-.untf. mMn<( lhc "".* ,""? ."«l '^." ol cnnnUs. This Is baked Hvtnry-iivc or ihlr . ly minutes in r, hot m-eu am' scrv ed from the bikini; ct'^li ' South played «:ngi! aiul when Mr. (,Ucen rlropiKrt- Jii Leon next led !, small spade from dummy, which mtdc only by pro)>cr contract play ,, UIll ih- bidding given is as U ; ,c- l-in* tually occurred a;- U.c table where North hail out- two hc-irls -ind Mr. Leon was sitting. „, the East, j two diamonds . ren.ain' Die Play ning umu Soulh's oiKiiin^ Had «as the .'ark of diamond^, which North overtook with .th,- queen, lo return the continued 'diamonds -He ten of dia- - monds ami Mi. LWII i n u ie Easl iMflcd wilh tl-e eight of spades ir.j, of coin-sc, I;M( ncllhrr llicsc suits. b:n lui!. Hump. H^«^ Sr^rTtt 8 i>VAiw»t^ iiii,^.,.^ . . * l " . , u.cf,poon mlncid oil. olives. Soak tlu- ,„„,.„ So when North iviuriicd cillicr v.dler for t heart or a dlauicnd. Mr. U;o r -" ; " - his losing n:!\e „.. rird ruffed in cim.my with the ten of .spades. maViiij las contract oi four odd &vain ai-.d c:it i wo huiii-.s or in M ,,all .able- longer. DINNER: C<-(ifisr.. spaghetti and iomaloe;. stuflcdlvc! sulad. steamed dried apricoi pudding, milk, co flee. The Proper Thine" The parachute »«• lirsl used in France. "When a man i.s engagcti to a girl, does each call the other •fiance'?" There are two forms of llic word. Fiance is the masculine and fiancee (he feminine form. They arc both pronounced "Fce-alijt- say." "Should a jouiii; lady be con-. grululatcd upon her approaching' marriage?" H is not considered good form to congratulate H prospective bride. She is to receive one's wishes. The prospective b-idegroom is congratulated. The bride-elect's mother aljo receives good wishes while llic mother of Ihc groom- clccl receives kind wishes, and congratulations. In speaking with a young woman, recently married, one offm ijesl wishes for n great nappniFu and her lui!,baiul is congratulated. CaudjH's Agency Writes Fire, Theft, Tornano, Property Damarc, Liability, Collision, Burglary, Life, Accident, and the various other fomi:> ot INSURANCE-and BONDS. We can write, 'farm Properly. All business appreciated Snd : Losses paid :i "promp:iy. Prkme 737. aby (hicks CUSTOM HATCHING Marilyn Hatchery We Buy Poultry Avcry I'lows antt Light Implements Always-A-Head Feeds, Highest Grade Field and Garden Seed, Roofing, Fencing, Harness, etc. OBEHST STORK CO. Bok Award for Hero Goes Begging This Year PHILADELPHIA >UPi - Mst >i:.r's crop cf li»rc,es in Pliibtlel- plila failed (o pix<tuce a single initstandlng deed <,r valor worthy of the annual SI flOO Edward Bok a vaid. Consctiueiuly. n :c mmiey has City of Blytheville Tax and License Information Privilege Taxes These havu been due hull' year. JiiiKUiry I for Car and Truck Licenses These luivc been duo SIIIL-I; January i MK| arc pay- •Abk now regardless of when Uie State license fees are lUic. ' .'''"'• Dogs-Vaccination and Licenses A great number of nuoplu liavr; L'':en bitten - by mad dog.s in Blylhuvilla this year; and it is sail! that hydrophobia shots have coal tlieiij more than §3,000.00. Dogs must he kept and handled in the right manner or they will be killed. Under Ordinance No. 3D3 all do e 's must be vaccinated against hydrophobia and the veterinarians have been ready to att-jiul to thij since January 1. Dogs will be taken up without fuvther notice. Dairy Inspection Fees All persons coming under the terms ci Ordinance No. 391, must pay the fees and comply willi the terms of that ordinance without delay. Street Labor Kveryjible-hodied man between the ages of IS and '15 is required to work the streets six days each year or pay the City $6.00. Half-of tiiis labor or money is due January I and half Jttly 1. Notices will be served and should be complied with promptly. (Young men h school are exempted.) 'Ihe City is operating as (icoiiumier.iiy as "possible and can not hire a great ntinibw of people lo J,' 1 ' out and collect the above fees p?r«>nal!y. In fuel, lurther notice should not be neccssnsy and will not b'j jjheii. If one fails to pay promptly any <il the above licence fees rwiuiral of him or any other license fees not mentioned, lie will likely be brought into court any time. It ii? i:ol desired t'> have anyone arrested, but this is the only way we have to require everyone to meet the obligations in ca.-e he does not do so vclunlarilv. l'L,BASK CAY ALL TAXKS AND VKVX AT 'IWI OrTICK OK THK CITY CLLRK AT ONCK AND WITHOUT I'TUTHKK M)f!CK City Council and Mayo

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