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FAGBTWO BLYTffltVIUJB. (ARK.V COUBHE NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S PVENTS Mrs. W. J. Ppllflrd hiving Wednesday Bridge club. Delphian meeting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. Blb!c study ot Church or Christ, meeting will] Mrs. B. s. Shelton. Sudbury P. T, A. meeting 3 pin. Mrs. Rlley a Jones mid Mrs. Dixie Crawford having (nidge par- ly at Jaiica liomc for Mrs. J. P. •Holland. Executive board woman's missionary society, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, 2:30 p. m, American Legion Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. S. S. Stcrnbc'ri;, '.':30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Junior High P. T. A. Dingo party at nrmory 7:30 p. in. Thursday Luncheon club inert Ing with !vfrs. Ross D. Hughe*. Mrs. Harry w. Jlalnc-s enter t&tning Mid-Week Bridge club. U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. W M. Taylor. The central Ward p. T. A. executive bo.ird meets HI 3:'M P. M in Miss Outlaw's room. Mrs. P. D. Joynej cntertaii^ng Thursday CoWr.w cUib. SATURDAY'S EVENTS County Council, Home fJc-mon- slralton clubs meeting at Woman':, club for all day meeting beginning ai 10 a. m. Depend on Children to Eal Their "Greens at_St. Patrick's Day Dinner Like This One ^^"^— . B. V. P. U. Training School Opens Here. Elgin Baptist clim-choi of Mississippi county were represented bj 150 members of B. Y. v. u.'s who attended tlie first session of llu animal training school UL the Flist Baptist, church last evening. E. E. Lep of Dalla. 1 ., Texas; south- wide B. Y. p. u. secretary, Mt>s Edna Slmmerman of '['urae/ assistant director of the p. Y. U. there,'and Mrs. J. L. Ncwiom. leader in t|ic Second .Baptist clvurcu here, ore members of the facility for the school which will continue through this week. .-Churches repreiicntcd were; Cltiir Lake,, Armorei; De)|, Manila, Manila -Mlssiqn station. Jonesboro, First apd Second churches' here. The Hev. Ralph Kerloy, pastor of the Walnut Street Baptist- church at Jonciboro, conducted the devotional on the theme "The Single-eyed Christian". The enrollment Li expected W exceed 200 before the school close';. At last night's meeting there were 127 seniors and ttdults, 12 intermediates and 11 juniors present Tonight, L. E. Ti|l|, •lonner missionary engineer to Africa, will speak on "(51ft.* without Gold" for thq devotional. The B. Y. p. u. department oj the First Baptist church is sponsoring the school with Miss Luna B. Wilhelm os general director. • • • Chrls.1 Ambassadors Meet. The Crfrist Ambassadors of tilt- Assembly of God church met, Sunday evening for their meeting with W present. Homer Ayers sang two songs on his guitar. A social committee was uppoinl- ed, consisting of Nellie Weaver Rosalie Curamlngs, Virgil Hopkins' and Ed Bratchcr. Three sick homes had been visited ami three patients at the hospital by the young people. Mrs. Ollie Burns gave a sernionctle. The Bible Tuesday night was *on by Mrs. Mattlc Belle Roberts who brought H new people. In n Bible- ratting con i csl n w , priw 5l *'" ceccive a bui All young people are invited t( the services at" 6:30 Sunday evenings. Star To Heel Tonight •P- M., Oil - 0( ve an. Important meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock, It, has been announced, Carmpn-IUrshman B/fo oj Nttts Mostly Personal Miss Sju« Dolcti, who recently moved hero from Jonesboro, went to Horbefilioe Lake, Ark, ycAter- ciuy to spend the remainder of the week a-s the guest of Miss Ophelia KiiQclis and to attend a dance thru- tonight. ]<olx.'rl L. Burns, of the CCC ,i!;uti|) al Warren, Ark., Is at iioine lor u ten days visit. Mr. (tnd Mrs. L .D. Chnmblin him 1 :LS their gne.sls Sunday Mr. iiiKl Mrs. W. c. Bach, of Poplar flluff. Mo. Mr. and Mr.s. M. C. Bach and daughter. Mrs. Bert Build, of Pop' Bluff, Mo., ^^ r cre guest* of Mrs. llornbuclcle and family Sim. Mrs. James 13. Clark Ls In Mem- his today huvlng nccom|Wiv!ed ti -npplcii lad to Campbell's Cllniu lor examination. 'I>-a recent brides, Mrs. Hugh Dllliihunty and Mrs. Sam B. Coble, lx)lh members of the i'resbyteilan Ladles Auxiliary, were complimented Monday afternoon when the. Auxiliary held its regular monthW meeting the home of Mrs. Coble. At the close of tlje afternoon's business and devotional service, (lie members enjoyed n social hour, surprising the honorees with n pantry shower. The gifts were presented on im- piovised pantry shelves, by -Mrs. K. 0. Bryan, chairman of the Auxiliary, \vlio nraphvased Edgav Guest's poem, to read "H Takes u Heap o[ fating in 11 Hon.* to Make a Home," and used the paraphrased verse in presenting the miscellaneous assortment of gifts. Twenty members attended the mcoliiuj. The Rev. Marsh Callo- A'ay Presbyterian ininlstcr of Bly- ihevllle, was u guest and made ;i shoit talk on the church nutigcl. The program on home and Chris- tlan Living included a talk by Mrs. and Mrs. Victor SlilsveU,; nomL '' Mrs. J. K. Pratlier lead the Mr. and Mrs. A. il. Wallace and Mrs. Eunice Young sjicnt Sunday -i Newborn mid Tremble, Tenn. - ., ... t ...\V. B. McMullln and Cictor Sill- wllst ' Womens Missionary Society noil arc In Si. Louis ( ' ' : '""' "' "'" "' '' "" J ~ of the serious illnc, McMulllu'K sister. Mrs. Geo. Edrtnglou on religion n tlic home und n talk by Mrs. S, A. Cromcr on recreation in (lie home. Mrs. J. K. 1 devotional service. • + * Eighteen members of the Meth- .1 V-/JI^IV1 ikJLli- ' -" • *••• juiuiiin j UlA.HJiy Is today be- j lllct at (lle church Monday atter- llncss of Mr. i llo °" f °r Hie regular study couree •on "The Methodist church, iis lv.tlullUIC> hlilCl. I ^ "A^mu^Al^l George Mulr, son of Mr. and Message and'Work. 1 Mrs. George L. Mnlr, is ill from ionsllitis. V. G. Cowgill, of St. Louis, has With Mrs. K. C. Morclicad leading the members engaged in a round table discussion lollowln" home after a residency of several months in Dycrsburg, Tenn They are living temporarily, at the res- Ii4onr>,i ~/ \r.~ rr *. _ ••*..«• the tests which will "•" —• "M-iMitiiiv, Mrs. I. s, Mitchell is able lo up again after a week's illness of Influenza. Mrs. Margaret L. Hale, who .rent the winter months in Louis-. v'Ma, Ky., wllh her daughter, Mrs.' Clras. L. Shonlz, lias returned to her home here. Sunday School Workers Will Meet at Osceola Iccal communities «ui n . fake up the responsibilj'y ' fare work now assumed I government. When this lime we want leaders to be acm enough with the' work to i unlci'i- service." II. M. Fletcher, of Osi-e chairman, and Mrs. Elvi lilythcvilte, secretary. e to w;l- ' iln; 1 .1. IS I'w, OSCt'OLA, Ark. - Mississippi county Sunday .school workers will meet here Wednesday at 10 A. M., for a day's conference and study. Four outstanding Sunday school experts will be si^nkore. They are J. P. Edmunds. Baptist State Sunday school and li. y. p. u. secretary; Ira Ptitishiill, Sunday school superintendent ami manager of the iiaptist book ptore at Little nock; Ucv. Geo. Wilson, pastor j of the First Baptist church. Smack-1 over, and Hcv. Dasvson King, mis- 1 slonaiy, Canton, China. j At- an evening session Ktv. D:iv:-i sou KSIIB will rietivcr an illslr.-.teil lecture on China. 18 Baptist Pastors Entertained at Manila Tiio Mississippi County B.mi'-u latter K conference had an all dav ~ - - .-a--.. -. ~.. lAJll,:), llll.S arrived here to become associated lhe lesson. with Hcalon's Home of Flowers :is j glower nnd designer. His family i Me <"bcw of the Willliim strong! VoJunteers Take Course in Social Service Work Persons interested in sodal service work have organized n study club i:i Mississippi county which will have weekly meetings until the course is completed, Mrs. Ilnrmon Bedford, executive sccrotaiy of the local Red- Cross 1 and coiuity welfare director, will* tench the course of 22 lessons. At' the close of the course diplomas \ will be presented tho»e passing The R.-V. R L. Cole of Oscoo:, was m charge- or t:-.e two session At noon (i| 0 u - omen cf tlle J..J ' "aplist church »t Manila scrvci lunch. The next meeting will be held at (he Second Baptist er.un.-h here April 2 with the Rev. R A Kim- brougli of Luxora In charge. KANSAS CITY, MCUUPJ---.^;.. soy versus Holstcin" was not a bullfight, but the Uiti> of a lawsuit fl!«l here alter Everett. Hnlslein's truck struck Robert Jei>ey The dcfi'ixliiiH i-s a dairyman. Horida Ta\ Itflurn Dp TALLAHASSEE. Flci. (UI'i _ Florida expects to collect approximately $1,000,000 more from its 7- ctnt gasoline (ax during lhe first four months of this year than during* the same period of I9;a. Tremendous increase of tourist travel during ihe winter months is the reason. Join him later. Mrs. C. G. nodinan spent Saturday In Memphis, E. F. Blomoycr attended lo bus- ic.ss In Chaffce, Mo., over tlie weekend. Chanter of D. A. li. will B o to Marion Friday afternoon to attend the regular monthly D. A. R.', meeting at the home of Mrs. L. P. Elter. Other hostesses will be Mrs. D. M. Blags. Hegcnt of thu . , Mis. Sterling Wood spent Sun-l ciln l ltcl '' Hnti Ml '- s - Harold Hy NBA Service WiiW YORK—l'lnnniiiB 1 u St. I'lUrlcK's Day patty 'for the chll- (Iien? Then remember that muoli cf (he succc\s of It depends on l<>u!p decorations and food. With i lew rolls o fcrepc paper, inter- sllns menu iclc-ns and a desire to 'lake this party one that (lie y-nmgstcrs will r.i-vcv forget, yon can. with Very little expense, give Mary und Johnny » leal cliuncc to j'uy liosi nini' hostess (o their lcnriu. Their nienii infill Include green pea soup, vcgelaWe salad In lime ii-.'atln, pistachio ice i-rcam nnd ll:ic which frosted nikes decorut- e I with green candy shamrocks. The table illustrated here can s»rve »s a jmttcrn for your own tiojus. This one has a shumrock I'liierpiece, Irish Imts at each )!acc :ind lolly-iwi) favors. • • » Hero's the way to make the «n...•rplecc: Jlend two hcuv.v wires In .!M|X> of shamroek, app'roxlninlcly and Uave two" inches of caeli nirt of win: at liottoin. From bot- t"in of shainvcck \viup the wires with green crepe jraper one Inch doTOwnrd. uend the remaining inch back ut rlsht angles. Cut. six-Inch strips through two folds of emowld green crepe pa- ;)cr. If you have plnxlng shears, IKC them lor cutting because that, tlvcs a nice nujshed edge lo^.the rifles. Fold the 0-inch sirlps O f ir-.'ix! in hnlf lencthwlsc. Shirt •:tr:ps by ])!acing Hie fold over o. Knitting needle ami crushing (o- Kfthcr. Spread pnslo Ihoroughiv f.'i the Inside foid of the strips, place the strips on the shamrock wire frame with i: nilllc framing ihe oi'.tslilv, and crush the gntlicts fU.iely on the wire frame. Cut- a 1-i-inc.h rln-lc from curil- ooiird. Place rhumrock at center r.nd gtnn-taiie 'icui wires to card- heard. Cut a 15-Inch circle ol gold pnper, slnsli a raiihis from omsittc cdgp to center; spread piste on ciirdbonrd, und cover c:irdbonrd with n 0 | ( i .. t 13 Inches , ne edges undo,-.' cm lurll in Walrail Eidgc with Mr. Wood and their daughter, who is spending several months with her 'father. • befn I n'\ ,, ql ' C "? " n<1 Ehi "1 Mr> all(1 Mre - W - E - Thompson ' ' " '" """" """ re - befn on .f' ™n,i » ,ii " ,, " '" i £1XX)1 wlrc wcre . "hey , 11 acgompanicd home by Mr tlrtil™" 1 "' f0l(! w hlch j Thompson's mother. u-|!o Is visit- tlrtil w c ompson g y crcuscd - When Ins them. '' "" « «»* ------ ibe and should the H. Smith, ibe and should be pHsteU alongrc '-he folded edge ( 0 tl, 0 buse. ' wo Trim His shamrock wllh cutouts, 'of Irish boy and Irish girl icoe- to each side), fas' cued to ("Jch other witli.wirc shanks. , . . c Memphis, have moved here and w »V hy not let pop favors are sure little guests ut the to your own children "dp make thorn? Stand the stick of a lolly-pop in n liirec gum drop to form the i hcc on u of green cello_-, _ „, tji v.iii H'UU- Fhauc and, drawing up uic lour corners of the cellophane, tie inx- ;.er head of lolly.pop. p ilstc a lolly-pop luce seal on the candy pop to form head and mnkc u ]>okc I'ciinel from u strip of clieiic slrclcncn and p.istert to the lolly- r°P- Tie u bow under the heart. Low Tricks in Side Suits Yield Valuable Discards has I**" P "*"»>" a Carmoii, both of Tomato. Burdinc-Wrijht Miss Marion Wright, of Stccle C to "M H ^" Uurdlnc ' of B ™ K City. Mo., obtained a marriage hcense Saturday. ' """™ge • • i t'vaas-BIcdsoe Announcement has been mafic fo the marriage of Miss Golcjie Bled- H^frm, ! "1 S E ' e ' a[U - ^h ot Huffma:,. Which occurred Jicre February 13. The Rev. s.TfwaU *>n performed the ceremony * * • Kin j- Hooper K-* IiSS ,, Inez Hoopcr a '«l LcMer King, both of here, were united m mamage February 22 by Ihe Rev. S. M. Watson. • • » » ,. To Have Spaghetti And Ravioli ' Strpper style, will be served at- a mimcr s™ti and ravioli, Si. st>Ie, will be served at n supper sponsored by the Elliott, n c lcher . chapter of the United Daughters' of Conlederacy Tuesday evening, March 13, at the Woman's club. Mrs, Joe S.-pillahiuity is chairman of the affair. • * <: W. M. 8. Meets. _ Mra. sallle Hubler conducted the devotional period at the meeting of the woman's missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon at tie church. Thirty-five attended. Alter .the devotions] period there was B business session. Today's Contract I'roblcm East liua (tio i-oiitrnc-i at Iliroi! no trnrnji. Shutl; cjprjn* the klne of lienrts ami continues with Hie C|IH,-M. win-ii >.i.;-'3.'(-r iilnys die jiu-u of clubs, Konli covers, liasi wins, uml Souili drops Hie nine of- clubs. Should Knsi 1.1k,, iho diamond linessr. r,r hnu- caii tl'is uossilily Ui 3 in S y^. \,t avoided? -j dilmdl * K .1 :< i » K 'ii "i •I. J 10 7 S IVutrr 4 A Q 3 :; V A III • A .; :: * A .S i: ;, (Uliiirtl Solution in ntru-. i>aue. ii * A K 7 1 V Q 10 ii :! .1 It) !' 7 7 * .1 r. V A K S ! • S I 2 + QJ3 B l>rnler 4 is a s U 2 V -1 11 7 1 # KQ * 10 3 3 * * V Nono * A 653 4. A'K.S 6 r, t : IlHlibcr bridge— All vul. Opening tenil-"-^ K. nld M'e--t .\ortl I A -1* Kilif I'ass 1'ass could sec that he could discard '.wo losing diamonds on UK- iicc | and king of hearts, nnd [hat if -lhe hearts were divided four-four, •the third diamond could be dis- jcarded on the lifth licKrl. ; However, three entries In dum- |mv arc going to be necessary to ! execute thu play. So the. declarer milst lead a •""'all rlnh t t . dii'viny-ppi (he BY WM. E. MtKK.vN" Y ' deurc. hut Hie fouv-as I lip rfc".rc ccrctary, American Bridge LrwRiir n ' Mf ' '' e prc-JWed in llv> hope Occasionally we nnd ours-clvrp lll!lt 'Ise three «-pi n ^ 011 cn ,, y in a contract where the only IKI-- itrtl> dummy. Th t y, r( , :ulrt hui p sible chance we have of ranking "' 1 "' arl -' : 'h-p ;>n rashrrt I..- P t is to Rcl the most f.ivnnbi, -di.imonris hr-hic rli.-.;.,,', ii break in the woild. If that Is so | A M11 "'l '-ravi is led nnd al lea.tt you should try for thai.| wilh "«• fn <- "f rlubs-oBaln the Soiution to Previous Contract Problem Leacliville Society — Personal break. Don't cive up and siivply say that the hand In today's hand you mi'ft val'h •our entries and establljli lhe nith '-enrl for a discaid. Kot a fittn- 'ilt hand, but one that n care- it« player might mi&s. Ovcrcalllng . ^h lour earn suits, when vulnerable, is vciy dangerous and should be avoided. The Day West cashed the _k!ng and ace lll; lltm a of spades and then led the Jack jof diamonds f\f Hlnini-.iirlf ...v.i.1. n _.\t * . . ""Vii^K, , , declarer !»- careful lo Hold 1 Hint deuce. Now the six of >!! u'ayrd .nurt wr>n in rii'.m- with the queen. Tlvs picks up the outilmiding trump. Tiic fourth " again the declaicr : -s led nnd the detic mutt preserve , which south 'dc- d,rer, won with the ace! 'south : e and tinmp will] tl-e of rliibs. This establishes mill heart in dummy and the rteclaier leads t| It . rt cuce of i lf ,. i(f overtaking i» dummy wllh "(lie three spot. He then discards his losing six on lhe eight of • ' l made. '* C °" lr ' tt °' !Urs. Ralph Gibbons of j .,„, -Bluir spent the past week as the suest of Mfss Dcim \Veinbcig. Edear- Byrd,- stutiyit at Arkansas State college, Jonesboro, spen the week end with, his pnrcnts Mr. and Mr.i. E. E. Byrd. Mr. and. Mrs. Leslie N. Uro,,,, i'nci 'Mrs. O. L. Smith were cn- terlained Fiic^ay at, Paia E ould by Swift uiul Co. •Tk>s Irene. Wntkins, iirsc cradc teacher, suffered a head injurv rrjqay Gvcutiig whon she was knocked down by ;i cur diivni by Coy Malletl. The driver was ,,„- nbiD to sec Miss Walkins, «n 0 , V as walking on the hlijlnvay. l«-c.rise of a heavy fog. ' Mr. and. Mrs. J.'p. -Robinson 0 | I'nragould were gue.Ms of their •.on Dr. A. E. Kobinson. and Mrs riob- inson Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Carl 'Fleeman and children spent lhe weekend in Hor- nersvilie as guesls of Mrs F „ nian's mother, Mrs. Palmer who has. returned home from Bap'st hospital in Memphis; where she underwent a major operation Mr. and-Mrs. Leo Selli nc spent Sunday in Knoble ;, 5 guests of Mr. Scllmcycr's in' MfS. Bob Bryant, who ' K' Joncsboro with her small (i,'.,[ tcr. who hns been ill, i s fs[ ^j )1C FOOD. Services Held Saturday For Infant Slcelc Boy Funeral tmicrs '\e re IKW Saturday for Hovt Slum '3 months old son of \\{- m n Leonard Sliaftei. who'died TlmVs*' o?J' at the Blythevllic licsnliai fi-om pncumoiiln "»l.il«l The Rev. E. O. Steven.^,, ln< . loi of n,c Bapiiri e),,,,,.,, , ™: conducted the ser e church, anci burial SamforJ cemetery al Ihe inatie at Sea worms, which circulation of '< 111 Black home, Gib Heurn street. Mr. Smith is connected with the General Motors Acceptance Co. Ed McGregor is seriously ill at a Memphis -l-.ospitnl. Mrs. McC.regor, who sveni down Sunday, will re^ main with him. she was accompanied by .Ifrs. Henry Bryeant. Eddie McGregor, Mrs. E. D. McGregor and Miss Ernm Si;e Adkcrson Sarah McGregor, Duviil McGregor ami Huzci Needhr.ni who have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal nd as their gnosts lor the \veck- „' I 1 . 1 ;- a>d Mls - Flea aolducr ana children 0 [ Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. H. M. Swearengcn. Mrs. C. W. Rmncy und Miss Emimi Kate Richards went to -Memphis today, Accompanying Herbert Swcarengen who will undergo a. tonsilectomv at Dr. Rosemnnd's clinic. -"The Rev. Marion A. Hoggs, of Hot Springs, will arrive tonight for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs S. b- vail, coming over csiwcially for the funeral of W. B. Williams Mrs Boggs wilt probably accompany him. uc. Langston. Monk Mattlwws, D. C. McLean and Atvin Huffman arc in Dallas, Te^s. , v ith J s rrmruc, proiuinenl Varbro farmer er. A re|iort of the recent stale meeting at Fort Smith will be iidc by Mrs. Biggs. Mrs. H. N. I'harr entertained twelve friends at bridge at, her apartment on Poplar Avc., in Memphis Thursday afternoon complimenting Mrs. A. 0. Davidson of . . . Uniontown, Ala., who is visiting , wno ts criticall ly ni from a frac- rom a fractured ssull sustained in a highway accident last Wednesday. Mrs Trimne went down immediately after the accident and her son. chas. Moore, who attends Gulfcoast Military academy M Gnltport, Ml-s.. Jota«J her there several days ago Hayti Society — Personal ===== ... Jess Pallet, of DeSo'.o. \i!io is a tucient at SmitheasL Missouri l«^hcrs collc6eatCapeGirarde.nl, SOI Randolpli. v.'ru is employra at Dycrsburg, ' lc nn, . s ,« ia ( 1)e fred Khonrie of Cairo, in. ancl bam Hamra of Canilheiivlilc vveie here Monday visiting the t0tmer - s aunt and uncle, Mr . and Mrs Wolf Miss Lillian Botfeii of Dcerirc who is attending Southcwt Missouri Teachers college at caw r - Utdcau, was here Saturday visiting friends. Slcrling Duncan .spent tl.o W( .. r -end in Xtnrkcd Tree and JoncsboYo Ark., on basinrss. -Miss Rebecca Ncal nl nivlhentv s a guest in the home of Mr. a.id Hn I)Ctt '« S£: tllk *«* her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Lowrancc jr., lit Driver. Among the guests were Mrs. Lowrance and Mrs. Joe Cromer of Orceola. Mrs. Davidson was also compli- inent.cd last, week at a bridge par- ly given by Mrs. J. Lan 'Williams when eight guesls were entertained. > * * W. K. Jones jr.. of Swiflon and Mrs. Cordia Holland of Osccola were married here Saturday afternoon. The ceremony was said by the Rev. E. L. cole, pastor of the j First Baptist Church. » + * Frank Barham jr.. entertained twenty small friends at a party celebrating his fifth birthday al his home here Thursday afternoon. A lish i.w.ul koin winch miscellaneous favors were drawn delighted the guests, and they enjoyed also an amusing blindfold contest, with Frank Perrin succeeding in pulling the- bear utop the pole iind winning the prize. * * T Miss Jennie Ralph, who is in the Methodist Hospital, Memphis since a goiter operation Friday, is reported Improving rapidly. Miss Vivian Scurlock, who hasl. been seriously ill of bronchial ash-l| nia at her home here for several weeks, is but slightly improved Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shippen, who have made their liome in Os- i, :eola for several years, where Mr.; | Shipper! was engaged in the him- 1 bcr business, are returning thisi week to ihcir former home at New ' Cuslle. Ky. Mrs. J. w. Cart-wright jr.. «ho is been confined to her bed with I >ronc!iial pneumonia for the past i ivo weeks, is better today. _Ure. J. A. Moran of Fort Smtt. I Kansas, who has been seriously ill [ of larj-ngitk while visiting her I sister. J,frs. Sam a. Coble, in Osceola. is able to be up again. Mr. and Mrs. R. li. Jones hm-e returned to Osceola to make uiesr . >trn Lutes spent St. Louis visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. ,toc Kohn and Hia- nan Koln. attended to business m St. Loins Siiud.tr. 666 4 q i' wT'f 1 SaIVC ' ,h«li. MabrU in 3 d Co first diy, Hrad-,ch« or Neuralgia !n 30 minutes. Fine Uxafue and Tonic Most Speedy EtctacdlM Knovrn Head .COLDS Pat Mentholmfum <••• th« nostril* 1v reliew can^ollon and cl«ar Hcmorrhnidj (Tiles) cured without the knife. Other rectal diseases treated. Varicosrd veins ttsittd DKS. SIES & MES 5H W. JUIn Fhonc 08. GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 71 Craig's Dairy TO AVOID MANY COLDS I USE VICKS NOSE (Full details of Vicfcs Colds-Control Plan in each Vicks package) VICKS CONTROL OF COLDS Watch! Don't Be Flim-FJiimmed on Price and Weight LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday - Thursday (Uiarantccd Strictly Iri-sh ' <i >i ~ 1*IC BACON Sliced. Swift's Oriole Pound Sl " Ill - v or Four Lc:if Pound Shift's Half or Whole, I'oimd - - 13'/.c rremium Center Cuts, found 2t)c CABBAGE I'ound 2c lOO'/r. I'ure I'ork. Made * t\* Fresh and Clean. Li). IOC OLEft 9c HAMS! ' 11; "'k H;nvk. Small I'k-nics 4 4 1 llrtiUO • i> ()U nd TOMATOES No. 2 Can for 25c PORK STEAKS M """1S 15c! 5c PALMOL1VESOAP (iar 7c BEANS ' Klylhevillu No. 2 Can 9C! lies! Compound or Pure ' I'onncl 1 O2 MR It ITIILIV Cottage (ir Small 3c r '"6c BOLOGNA In Cloth B;i{, r Pound lOc ORANGES Down 15c SALT MACKEREL 15c SWEET POTATOES TiT 2ici ! KRAUT l.ibby's N'o. 12c CARROTS Fresh i CHARCOAL ""•" " raikl - T f HpCp Nt>. 1 Wisconsin Full Cream ' LiGJu I'ounc!

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