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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 3, 1939
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4 PAGE TWO', I BLYTHEViLLB, "(ARK) COURIER NEWS Thlf Ticket Will Admit j,ui JUTZ THEATER, «, «•• >» -™ s^r* . %,"TBIX'NO TA1£S" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia r EVENT'S r Mrs '.John F.' Reinmillci eftter- talntog Tuesd&y Contract club SyEDIjtESDA-Y'S EVENTS Mrs J 'p. jtolland entertaining BJ-M6nlhly Luncheon club To^fi £na do'untry club meeting with Mrs, J W. Parker. Mrs Otis Shepherd enteitalnine Double Four Bridge club THORSD^Y'S EVENTS Mrs. G. E Keck having Thms- day' Contract club }|ardy Claims Local People Oyei Holiday Hardy, popular \acatlon spot for Bljthevllle people, has exercised Its annual holiday option by claiming a large riumber of Ihe local Micatlonistj. fqr to'e fuurth of July Mr. and Mis Rcpkert Wcten- kamp, who i»cnl t)ier/: a week ago, are entertaining three couples at a Ijouseparty' during this week. Mr and Mrs James Terry, Mr and Mrs Diltie Cra»tord and Mr, and Mrs. K. W. Gocjdmaii' of Memphis ' will,be their guests < _Mrs Franlt Whltwortii and Betty Brooks Isaacs arp the Huests this wetk of Mrs Mlllon Sternbpig, »ho went to Hardy Saturday to spend a month Mr. Sternberg plans to jijln theni tecre tomorrow ^Us A M Butt and daughter, Mks Rutli,.ha\e Joined Mr and Mrs Farns^ortli Black and'daugh- ter, Miss Beth, and Mr. and Mrs Karl Kroger and daughter, Jane, of Oklahoma City, for the holidays The Krogers and Blacks arc spending a month Ihcre' n ih« cotUge which has been rented by Mrs Kstelle Cooie Vollmer and daughter, Ann, and Miss Hosa Lou Cooke, all of Memphis, Will also be the holiday home ol Mr. and Mrs W J Wundeilfcb Mrs Wunderlieh went over Satm- day to Jojh 'her shters, Mrs Vollmer and Miss Cooke, and ^^r Wimderllch went todaj Other Bljtlicvllle people In jtor- day Include* Mr and Mrs W. D Chamblln'jr' and ECU, Bill, Mi and Mrs t George Cross and fam ily,' arid MT^ and Mrs la L, Ward Who will be there throughout the summer._ ' . ' f Ticnlc at Club Tp Climii UoUday Affair Alf members .of the Country club and their families are invited to ~~ attend the picnic which will be held tomorrow night at sl\- o'clock on' the sun porch of the 2lub Ihe supper Bill climax the holiday activities at the club nnd wilt be served at the conclusion'of the afternoon'golf tournament Members of the commillec m charge of arrangemenls for the supper are Mrs ,y/ J Pollaid, chairman, Mrs B A Ljnch and Mrs -John P Lent! '' * ! * Mrs Bar ham Surprised With 'Blrthdaj luncheon Several friends of Mrs George W Barham surprised her with a luncheon parly at the Rustic Inn yesterday Tn honor of her birthday which she observed Saturday Mr Barhfcm plajcd the role ol host at Ihe aflalr. For'the centerpiece of the lable, a bouquet of dailies anil giadloi had ben arranged The' guest of iionoi opened Ihe gifts which marked her place at Hie table before the two course steak luncheon was scried * 193>BYNrA&tHVI>.l: l ^C ) M RCC U S fAT Oil „ Party Members of 3 Boy Scout Iroop i,, Caruthersvllle came to Bljlmnllle Thursday 'night for a swimming party in the pool at Walker Paik Thirty-Jive'of the bojs accompanied by Ujeir scoutmaster, Mi Borax, were here for (he affaii. * r * Are Guests of Club Dr and Mrs ,' Hunter O' Sims were the guests of~Mr" and Mrs ^ B A Lynch Saturday night when they entertained members of the Tuesday Night Supper club with , at their "home As a decorative background for the party, the hostess had arranged j vases of gladioli abo'it the house Supper was sen«d at the dining table after which the guests plavec bridge. t , .High score pnae among tli u 'msn went to Mrs L\nch, nnr atfaong the men to Harry W Hilnes 1 j j^ Bradshtrs Enferfaln T'-Wflh' Ipformil i Party Mr, and. Mrs Tom Bradsher en ^tertalned'' at an informal part Saturday/night In honor of thel ,. daughter, s! Miss -B\ elyn Bradsher T Vho^rcCumed home from Markx ' Trej«, nhcrp.she has been visitliu, ' and Jh.eJr'jlecei'Miss Jeanne Brad , 1 -sher,'*ho attends" Gradwohl Schoo ,6f Technology* in'Bl' Louis 'Hi latter Is spending the holidays hei t >wjlh ^cr Mrenls. ,N{r. and Mr; fTisd BrjidsliGr 1 . , i^ \ ! .Throughput, the' Brooms of tli , '.^cqufttiy^hpme^Wher'e {he couple i *A$re , entertained,^ bp^ls of s^ee 'femwlarfapur,^ marigolds, rose, * * inqf other .powers ill 'from t 1 ' Jmidslwsr'flow*,'gardens, formed i'_t_».-n—jj._ii_.- mo ^ f ^ - f the guests ntll midnight at -»hlch time Hip- ;r ; \yas served. Manila Society—Peisonal Tm no judge of horseflesh. Lot's «sk the guy at the tire-' shop to Jook him over before we buy.' 1 Public Libraiy Here Kecciyes New Addi lions In order to £iye the leading public more 'service, the city library will be open from 0:00 a in to ll'SO n in In addlljnn to the reg ular hours, 2 00 to fl 00 p in dflliv and 7 00 to 8 30 [i in Thuisday nlght,-Mrs. Ira Gray, librartaii; announced (odny when she prepaid! o list of new bnoKs \\hleh have been placed on tile Hbiau shelve 1 ; Twelve new .books for adults and six iipw books lor ckildvcn arc now nvnllhblc. The : children s books scenes of which transpire In Scotland, I'Vancc, Ukraine. China. Mexico and olhci foreign countries arc'. "Wee Glllls 1 -', "Jn Jn\' "Ma- .sha 1 , ' Mel Li', " rhe Eoi'csl Pool' '-Through The Harbor From Everywhere." Other new books are: "Through Embassy Eyes", Dodrt; '"I. Wanted To Be An Actress", Cornell; "The Grapes of Wmtb",Sleinbock; "Alias Blue Mask", Morton; "The Young Coslma 1 ', Richardson; "Pale Horse A marriage of .interest to. their nanj friends In this section was liat of Miss Loiclia Andeisop to Hnnlv Verbecl of I online, Mich, ihlch uas pciformed at Toleda, 0 , ast Monday, June 20 The Inldc s n fonner htutlenl In Ihe Manila ilqh school bvil has been living In \lichlcan for the past Ihe jeais 'htjy will make llieh home In Pon- iac ttherc Mr, VcibacV. is cmploscd i J l he Bannei Ltupn company of hat cilj Mr and Mrs Tg V Stevens anil ainilj moved last \\cri. lo Lil- lovirn,,!^!p, \vliere they jUll make heli home J Mr. and Mrs. Barney Threlkelri ind son, Carl, \vcie business ilslt- irs in Monettc Wedncsdaj Dr V n Fo.\ and son Billy. 'isitcd relatives here fm n few'I Pale Rider", Porter Ihe Ticc of lajs before returning to their [Liberty ', Page,'.'Di. Norton's Wife", ' ome in. Leachville They spent n I Walker; 'The Spirit, of India", :iv days In LJtlle Rock alteiiding Ormil, "Lake of tlw> Hoyiil Croco- 3 business riiles', Blglnml, "Reaching For tlie Mrs Mile Thicme is repoitcd 111 Sims', Wain, "Call to Reason" it hei home tills «eck. v/ R Turner snflcrcd , VVcimcr Oren J Grant, an Englishman, sre , gn, when llslitnlng struck a tree learned lo admire and understand — ...%,. i.< IV i> i'fail 1,1111 tt, Til UUtv [I LIUti n )ik front jard last Wednesday, \5i lurncr lintl just walked tuidci he tree \vhcn the accident ot- Jiirrccl. vere called lo BiDokljn, Ark , Wednesday to attend the funeral of VIr. Shastceii's Grandmother. Mr and Mrs Mauilce Bo>lc of Slint, Mich, arrived Sunday "for a Indians through long residence , Splilaof India", he presents a well bnlnnccd political' outlook, e\\ cta!,s visit with Mr and Mrs lovely day night and Mr. and Mrs. II. s Mrs. Blylhe Chlldrcss and daughter, Miss Jocelyh, and' Miss Alllda accrt are visiting this week In Plat Klvcr. Mo., with - : Icni.v Dowell Mr. ami Mrs. . . Mrs Ida Daugncily Is spendmi; i few days in Holcomb, Mo., with relatives. She ic.xt week , . will return Glenn Ilorncr, who has been 111 vlth malaria fever, for the past several days. Is reported Improved. George Dunmuc of Memphis Is 'Lilting his aunt, Mrs. Lee Rosenberg and family of Manila'for a 'ew days. pie "Reaching Bits of News Mostly Mrs, Mlllon H Allejibers nntl niifilitcjs Ann ai)d Ksj of Mem phis retuuied home today after having bcci! flip guests of Mis A1 Icnbcrgs fallier B H lx:iy and biolbcr Ben LCIJ Jr pobcrt Lucleu Warth, Infan.1 son of Mr mid Mis Finnklin Wnrlh uitfcrnenl 911 operation at the Bhlbeillle hospltnl todaj His :opdWon (5 vcij good Mr and Mrs Berry Cwey of PlioenK Arl/ stopped here yes tc-rdaj mornliij, for a brief \| s |t Kith Mi Cases •> uncle Oeorgij W Baihmn mid Mis, Bniham The) «cic cinqute' to Sjkeston Mo lor - (Ml with Mib Cascjt, patents ftojjeit, Berrjmnn left jeslordny foj Cunp LCftcllai) In Ihp O/a)k mountain!. He plans to spend a week at this Boj BcquL CBIDP Mi iml Mrs E V field?, uy and Mr. nnd Mrs. JUn •Wc.Ibournc spent yrstejdav In Jonestown Mhb as t|ie guests of Mi and Mrs Burke TJouse Mr nnd M»b E C ration »fll cave In the momtng foi New York Cltv and othci points In the East 1 Hicv plan to be av>ay JQI two \VC.CKS. Donim Wunderllch Is UsHlng.lii-r aura In Kansas Cllv / Mr and Mis James Ahlf oi FayttlcUlle me spending the ijoll dn\s here with Mr nnd Mrs 1 II Chapman nnrt othei itlptiies and Mrs Ahlf's mother Mrs ''it ' L Mayo, in Osccola. Mi and Mis -loin A Wide mid daughters Misses Fiances ntul Vli ginin nnd Miss Jane Binnson were in Memphis jeslcrdij afternoon foi the bnsebnll gnmc between Knp.wille and Memplils. Mr nnd Mis Otoigc W Bush of Paragon! I spent sesteidaj heic sister , family Theli daughter Mibs Constance Bush who cinio o\cr with Hum remained to attend the Bichelors, club dance tonight at, the cllj auditoiliim She will ictiiin lo morrow Mi nnd Mrs Frul Bradsher who have been making their homo heic with Mr anil Mis lorn Bradshci foi several months will go Wed nesdaj to Oummings to icside Mi Bradsher has been transform! fiom Ihe state leveiuic derailment lo a position at the stale penal farm. Mis Mollle Scolt of Aikabutln Miss has been spending several months .with her daughter, Mrs. E. v. Treadway, nnd Mr. Treadway will return .Wednesday from Cottonwood, Mo.^where she ha's spent a' week with Mrs. W. I. StaUiiim. Randolph Patlon nnd Vincent Bellipnrii' of Conterville, " Miss., are spending Hie fourth of July holidays here with' Mr. Pnt'ton's mo- Wier, Mrs. H. C. ration, and family.'- '•' . •'•'•-.':• 'Mr. nnd Mrs. nnlph Berrj'nian «nd three children, of Carutliers- vllie, linns moved hci'e to make fis the guest of Mr Mrs Cecil Slmnc, and me imimiis iiiiougn long residence >"«••• IIHVC movca nci'e to make fiinong tliem In his hook, "The ''"elr : home at. I'M -".West. Cherry l " st ' .. street. Mr. Benyti'ian Is n 'nan for Swift company. sales Since iiltion both tlie British-and the their arrival here they have had as Indian point of view. «.»i.. •_.-.—._• \._- -.-. -. - ~ 'Lake of the noyal Crocodiles" (ells—not (o seriously—of Journey- Ings through .cc'nlro.1 Africa and of thcir 'giiests, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Powell and children of Caruthers- wlio were here Tuesday, Mr , . |Uicl Mrs. Lyiin Smith anil Floyd a visit among the natives of North- Ballnrd, who were guests Wodnes- ''er sister, Miss Florine Smith. Nora Wain, which, has been so They plan lo go lo St. Louis to widely read and discussed, is an spend the'fourth of July holidays Interesting account of four years Mrs. Rylce, who will be away foi in Miller's Germany. Miss Wain, ten days, was molorcd to Bern|e aulhor of "The House of Exile", Is i; " " """' a keen ouscrvci 1 , fair mlniled and - ^ -"-^— « u ....^...*,., .,.., friendly and her verdict Is, us « Mis s Louise Sanrtcrson, 'of.'Ore consequence, the more harrowing ""' "" "Call lo Reason _ „, ... ncr-Grcn deals 'with democracy Its successes and iUs failures—as contrasted wllli the successes and failures'of other forms of govern-' ment such as fascism, communism, and nazlsm. Written be a great industrialist of S\\r-den Ihe book sltc.sscs Swedish achievements s^^^^€:^^^ c ^^^m . , ., by Axel Wen- yesterday afternoon h democracy— s l> c " 1 » week here tlu, ' ° KT S-SS ^^™^"^ M lie members He had r—--' »••- Way ai " 1C mosl " OI) liurch as pastor for 3«v. Butlci s resignation .v..,« ^^ , hurch without a pastor at Ihe present ft lias been announced by R E Fendler, assistant scoutmaster ol Troop 32 of Manila that Gene en Dickinson state highway patrolman, -will lecture to Uie Boy Scouts next, Mondav, July 3, at 8 p m H the city Inll An invitation has ton extended lo Ihe general pub-------- *• »•" «>t t,<-iit;i in jmu- who arc urged to attend tills ' •nceting '' Li ' li "S" Hurghr Appears PASADENA, cal (UP) _ TDe 'mop handle burglar" k Pasadc- nas latest conlrilnillon to new and intcresllng crlinlnnl roles While Miss Bessie Uwycr was playing cards with filcuJs In Ihe front r .? m \ » bllr gl!ir reached Ihiwigh the bedroom vtmlon uiu, n moi> ° "^ " Ilfl< ' <1 " "" |)1 " w r ' 011 •' The correct name of the Jack' rabbit is prairie hare. At The HospiUU Blylhcvlllc hospital .Wilburu Ellis, Bragg Citv, ad' mitted admitted Mrs. missed. .Robert Lucian Warth, cltv. admitted. ' • • - - • .'• Martha Clark, cily, admillcd. Jimmie Crawford, Hcrmhndnlc, J. n. Johnson, city, dlj- Merle Gray. Luxora, dismissed.' Russell Seals, city, dismissed. • Walls hosjillal Cody Eaton, city, admitted. Mrs. J. W, Stnnflcld, Stcelc ( dis- Mcmplils liaptisC hospital Wllma BBHICS. Manila, admitted. Russell Holmes, Caruthctsviltc, admitted . 1'oltcr, Dclt, admitted..' - Mr. Rylcc. Miss Mary Alice Sanderson and Jiss Louise Sanrtcrson, of Gie- mda, Miss., relumed to their home afternoon after having 'eck here as the suest of Major and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford and family. Mrs. Crawfoi'd and daughlcr. Miss Eugenia, who motored lliem home, will spend n week there with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanderson nnd family. They .wore accompanied as far as ' Batesvlllc by . Miss Enlllc Matins, \vlio Will visit her cousin, Miss Mnvlha Polk Perkins, lor a week. Mrs, Ed Hardin of Greenville, Miss., crime this morning to spend i\ few days' here with Mrs. E. E. Haidln, Her son. Eddie Hardin, who has been visiting here for several days, will accompany her when she goes from here lo Thay- cr, Mo., where she will visit her mother before reluming home. Bill Boyd Is spending several days In .Springfield. Mo. Mr. and'Mrs. W. D. McCmrkin who are temporarily residing In Kashvillo, Term., arc spending the fourth ol July holidays here nnd at Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker nnd Miss Irene-Duffy and Mrs. U.- W. Mullins will leave tomorrow Vor San Francisco where they will attend the lair. They plan to go Ilic central roxilc through New Mexico and Arizona -and return U\e north- cm rcuic through Utah and Wyoming. Mrs. Parker will visit relatives In Phoenix and Snn Diego, nnd the parly plans lo cross over lo Old Mexico. They plan to be away Ihreo weeks. Miss Mary Spain Usrcy will re- Black Bathing Suit Uas Smartness MONDAY,-JULY- 3/ I'j CMAR1LY sophisticated-ami ideil fot (ho slcn ^ ! . d . cr . W^ man -. «hell]<>r she is tall or short-is v, . . •-- i -..—.., »»>.i».,, ,,u\; ia utu uj snori—is this two-piece balhine suit of sleek black salin T^ l W^ br ' )( i rllc ,, pJ!ltie . s arc »t"»!-molding. The bra-lop has a y-neeklino and fairly narrow Jlh Ihe suit is worn ^ white .„ A, \'\\' su " sllatle \'soi lliis type of snood incidentally, , s useful for gaideninj, motonni, toll and tennis _TOO LATE TO CLASSIKV ".' LOST Black cocker spnnlcl puppy Three inonUis old. Reward,'pall 545j. NOTICE RiTZ PATRONS The Rilz matinees will l»e shown- at Hie Roxv Thealrc until Frjilay of this week due to making rpiiairs, but (ho night shows will be at tliu Kit/, us.'usual. Miss Penclopf Who—the WoiM's Best Dies&ed Scairciow Is Manlialian 'Ladv' BY GHOHCiF. ROSS NEW YORK, June 27.-Mnnhat- Inn is on such n horticultural bent that columnar references lo Gotham as the "cily of steel, dust n»d iron 1 ,' soon may be obsolete and inaccurate, For the late Joyce Kil- 'mer is being proven wrong. Poems and skyscrapers may be made by fool v . geniuses, but, they also can make ,1 lice verdant In the heart of Ihe metropolis. Last spring, the Rockefellers .planted elms on • Fifth Avenue, pilling imliirc ng'nlnst the gasoline limies nnd sc«nl sunlight and sinking their roots In the concrete ceiling of the subviav The elms -have tinned being the pioneers in in nrborenl time to make Fifth look like the champs Ely- sees. And now thnl Iifth Avenue has launched T girdcu c->mpii|,ii Sixth Avenue, wants lo follow. Sixth Avenue Hindi \\a& just hbentcd from the pirallel bais of the El that nnd rattled mid shut out the sunlight ovcihcad Thq U is down and the SLsth Avenue nnUics Invc \otcd to landscHne the leborn thoioughfaie vulh lices So, if the uc\t tfmp jou come to town, you see men with hose and flowering pot \nd spicle ind inke do not mistake Manhattan for the outposts of Railway. H is Manhattan, eager to commune again S I th Nature. . !/ -'Even now the big town Is not .without its agricultural aspects. there arc a number of farms within the Mctron'niilan area and one .boast.-; a whcatlield distinguished by the presence of the world's best- '.liessed scarecrow. '•This blackbird-chaser' was created by. Jean Spada, Ihe Inmous ihannc'ciuin-inakcr, given a smart fasiiiqn-inodcl fncc and figiirc, and named "Miss' Penelope Slioo Who." As n gag, exclusive cbuliirierc Hattic Carnegie evolved <i costume 'for her. Miss \yiio was dressed in it, Ihe caiiiera-boys 'gathered 'round nnd snapped her picture, then she whs left, stiindiiig in n New York whcatfleld. Last- reijoi'ls have it that (lie crows arc drawn to her rather than scared away. JUAKKKK sist by crooning a 'chorus or two HARDY With tlie Rialto in the doldrums a piny hns lo have that certain somctlilng (o survive. These, among the- lumlfcr opuses have had their iliialily tested through a rough and i profitless spell. Sutton vntie's metaphysical drama, "O u tw a r d Bound", r.till (Shows off Lnurcltc Taylor in n ^ thrilliiii; role. Kuthcriiic Cornell nnd the liorcd fjaurcnce Olivier arc packing Iliem in at "No Time for | Comedy" and Kadnirinc Hepburn is standing them up in "The Phil( adclphia Story." ' Tnlluliih QaiVkhcad lias been voted the finest/ actress of the year in Ihe drama, '"The Little Foxes" and although Raymond Miisscv. must soon go west, "Abu Lincoln in Illinois" will be staying on all summer, with a substitute Great Emancipator in the role. Jack Kirklanrt, the pugnacious Playwright, has two shows in -the" summer 'bill of fare. One is tlie imperishable' "Tobacco Rtod.'^'The other is -"I Must Love Someone," in; which his ex-wife, Nancy Ciir- roll, portrays an -old-fashioned rioradora girl. That Carroll girl, by the way, attracts the largest Uironc of autograph hounds When she exils via- the singe door. And to complete the roster, there's that little comedy, "What a Life," which tells all about the trials and tribulations m the life of a high school toy. It's been here a long time'nud it's aipbition is to outstay "Tobacco Heart." I'll report, on its prog- i'tss agnin in lfM5. , A Mirthful Moodv Helen Wills Moody has.had Ihs i emulation qf being a poker face ft>r to long that it's almost an 'unusual sight to ";ee the foi me tennis champion break into u broad smile.' Something at the Loiiis-Galenlo light iri.Ncw Voi'k caught her fancy in Ihis case. ,, ,„..,, "••«> «>->'y oiwiii usrcy will rc- «o insect known .emerges from,turn'.this afternoon from Clcve- the egg In a winged condition, land, Miss, where she has spent ' Murriagc of a band leader to a wealthy young socialite (Iocs not cmi his career. On the oilier iianO, it helps a career along. Because, after returning to Ihe bandstand, all the bride's friends, cx-suilor.s •met hangers-on will drop in to have a good look at the new husband, sec what he's like and If he is as wonderful as described. And occasionally a good wife can be a real helpmate as Is Martini 'steph- cnspn, wife of batoneer Hal Kemp. .She has been known to rise, while tier husband is conducting and as- R week with Mtes Marloric Ward. She will be met Jn Memphis, by her mother, Mrs; M. O. Usrey 'and Mrs.- U If. Moore. Miss Gladys Kin? of PoHljr BlliW will arrive tonight lo spend the fourth 'of July holidays here with Miss Trances Little. She -is coining over especially for the Ba- rhflor.V club dance tonight, for which she will be the guest of Jcr-- ry Harwell. Mis. Cecil Braiiniim, of . Wynne. Is, sending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chapman. .Mr;. R. j. Dodson and son,- Jos Bob. of C'.iinricii. loft this morning after having spent the weekend here as the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Jim Webb and family. They were accompanied home by Miss Cliffie W™b, who will, spend n week Ihrrc. Miss Ern Wright spent Suiuhy in Osccol.1 with her brother, Ira Wrlghl, and Mrs. Wright, who Is Uttlte. ill at her home there. -Mi.y> Mary 5| c | c ii Moore is pcndlnu n week In KenneU RS the Burst of her grandparents, Dr. ,nm) Mrs. Jt. A. Mclfaney. and fam- | Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard and daughter, Molly, spent yes- tordny In sikcslon with Mr and Mrs. George Hale. Venerable Hen oM 2 Lays Huge 2-Yolk Eggs I DINUI3A, Gal. (UP)—A 12-ycar- % eld hen, reinarkable because she i not only has "outlived most chickens I 'but• is "still laying egfis, outdid her, I 1 self Ihe other day by leaving in Ihcr'nesl a giant, double yoked CBS i mcasiirlhE 0 by a inches. ' Her .'owners. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culver, 'explained that chicken r farms'dispose .of most of their hens int; the age of two years because I their best laying days are over. Seldom doos a chicken live longer thii'n 1C years, they said. years ago by Lester llomaby, noted, for pencil sketches of buildings .in Boston,- Paris, Rome aiid London! Read Courier news \viua BOS Caches Ail Over •.Cockatoo (,'licats Ocatli TA'BRAbCiON, Aiislialia (Ut j t— Wlicii'n pet cockatoo. «-lt|i ii chain nllacbctl to its leg, alighted' <m n Jiigli."tension'electric "wire. .Kp Uilors fieuicd (hey woiild see :-n electrocution. IJul while n flash went up us the chain was dragged across Hie wires, the cockatoo was merely knocked lo the ground. Artists Like Lowly Wharf ROCKPORT, Mass. (UP) .—It's only a liltlc fish wharf, but It has won international recognition among artists and photographers jis "Motif No. 1." The moniker was tagged to the lowly wharf several '—And Malaria Chills and Fever! Hero's what you want for Malaria, Jolksl Here's whr.t you want jfor Hie awful chill,? and fever. It's Grove's Tasleles.5 chill Toninl A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for the purpose. Contains tasteless quinidinc and iron. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually combats the Malaria infection in Ihe blood. It relieves the- freezing chills, the burning lever. II liclps you feel better fast. Thousands take Grovc's'Taslcless Chill Ionic for Malaria and swear by if. Pleasant to take, too. Even children take it without n \vWinpcr. llon't suffer) At first sign of Malaria, lake Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. At all drugstores. Buy the large size as it gives you much more for your money, o um. ,» ;„„ j, llpo rs nndI or hw pi ;.ws wlicro you sec rcorhra lr,> • JAhds, tubs. €lr., li^d around ofwnings +' P1IICT V,tt tlirmm 4l» f.wt. Bl<m it into ci ; ind crevrxs, uacli at aatl »,idir wull boarr)i Alien varies ecarry out, KI'.C Ihum Bnototr dose ol |'o*-(lrr. Third. a|irin,Mc Uce " Towdcr in tlie runw.-.>3 where ^j-j roacl.ra Iravcl. P.qicnl. ti.fw di- •*^ s " > ;>|'U snon pr ri.i pf f:.arh,^. . •- Pnuiil Insect vuvtici r^liiy ..ft ro^clu-3, aT.tu find vilinr -<vlinK if,rrr(« qdjck-JTt I'.'it -.Tfly sMc to use a»ounij tlin '.-.V. Insist nn thez^islllnc nw .":d IiKi.Tt P.lVii>:r~ in llm I and yrlliw can. Sr.lil o-ilfa ' -»».«)! (•urf.'ilir'ii'siTO: '-•, f-^.: PAY TK!S FALL! riRKS, • TUIilffi, KADIQS, {'ARTS, RKI'ArBS," "BODY & FENDKJl WORK, ANi) PAINTING. All On FallTiine NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone C33 Always Open Coolest Spot >i> Town Witch Society Pagt Of Courier N«wi F«ir Free Show Goeiti Las! Times Today CUT nan GRANT ARTHUR COLUMBIA BRINGS YOU 'l939'S, GREATEST SCREEN ADVENTURE i llso 1'ar.imount News & WaU . ajsiirj earioon "iiiotlicr Goose Goes Ilolhuood " TUESDAY PAL MATINEE » NIGH! l«o Admitted for the Price tf I Also loininunitt sinff uid oilier selcctcil shorls. AdniiMinn Malincc lOo Jt, 26c Nigbl ICc i %c Weds. -Thurs. Confessions t>fa EpW. G. ROBINSON ;| rriSSCIS UDtRER : Pj«l Lukas j 1 Gcorge'Saiiiiers-Henry p'°Neill {! Birecled t; HKWOU IITVM b) WARNER BROS. Scri«n ploy by AUlcfi Mmi emd J We»Jey • letbwcl cdi'isai lew G lur ' Also raramaiuil I^cus & Larry Clinton Shnrl/ ' ' . Admission i\Ia(inec lOc & 26c Night IGe A 3Gc R OX Y Admission always Ji)c ft ZSc Malncc* 'Fri-Sat-Sbn/' Last Times Today GUM® Also Fox News & Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PflL NIGHTS 2 BdtnHtcd for the price of 1 Tom BROWN • Nan GREY Cornlonto MOORE •Wm.ff»w1«y', Also selectcil sliorts ^

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