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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1930
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER -NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 19SO Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Mr. an* Mn. Joe Isaac; arc Given !5th Anniversary rarly, •Celebration 1 of their Iwenly-flfth wedding anniversary was the delightful surprise given for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isaacs Wednesday evening by 65 of their friends. The, afttir, sponsored by the Jewish Ladles Aid society, was held at the Isaacs' lovely home on West Walnut street with neither of them Mr. Jnmes Clark Henrlques Jr., also of Hint city, sometime In October, according ' announcement made by Ihe bride elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wellington Thorn 65. Having visited in this city, at Jonesborg and Memphis several limes Miss Thomas was nn nttrac- tlvc member of the younger set while Ihcre. She attended New- Bils of News Mostly Personal J. J, Caller Is a patient nl the emphis HapUM hospital. The Rev. E. K. Lallmcv plans to knowing of the paily until all guests comb college al New Orleans and is I leave Monday for Augusta, Oa., had assembled. a number of the Chi Omega soi -' where he is lo spend his vacation Upon reaching home from a din- crliy, Mr. Hcnrlquos attended Tu-'with idatives. Mrs. Lallmer and ner engagement with Mr, and Mrs. lane" university and was graduated ' Ike Miller they found the Osce- iicm the Lofolrv law school, also of ola and Blylhevllle friends mlng- Umt city. He Is a member of tiic lini with guests from other cities, phi Kappa Alpha fraternity. there for the children Inve been Mimmcr. Mrs.O.H.Grear returned lajl night Iran Memphis where the lias been It --was a pretty scene. Pink and The wedding will be an Interest- I with her daughter , Miss Kalh- whlte streamers were fastened from ' \ n % event of Ihe full season among hyn, who underwent an operation the lights to the celling and from n le younger set, of New Orleans i for appendicitis Monday. She Is Ihese hung u miniature bride and where both families Imvc lived for I daily improving and will be brought ' Osceola Society—Personal bridegroom'. The living room wns a niuhber of years. ' • - I liome Sunday. Her father, who was centered with a large table on j, Nick. Thomas Jr., of Memphis I also tiicre for the operation, rc- whkh was arranged a bower ol ,,nd Blytltevllle cousin of the bride Uirncd'Tucsday. mid-summer flowers, given by Mrs. ^ ccli w m t n k c p^ \ n Louise Slrackc. Thete were sur- , . . loundcd by a set of sterling sner- bert cups, a gift from the Jewish JJ(ns La WSOI1 Tlu , at( . r oS e re irnc. wedding. [ Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Grimes left j yesterday for a vacation in Uaw- l so|1 Sl)rlngs , K y. Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sherrlck and . .. . . Ladies Aid mid Temp e Israel con- whQ , s U]0 t Qf 1][s a Mli)S solli Bmv , lcft yeslcrday for their grcgatlon of B ylhevllle and Cfcu. wn|)c A IA wns lhc houorp(1 , llolllc )n Pittsburgh. Pa., after s?v- ola, and a similar sugar and cream at n [h Wed nc,- u Tal wecVs visit with Mrs. Shentck's set given by Mr. and Mrs. A. G..^. ^^ nUclldcd by BU1 aml , mc?m5 . Dr . and Mrs. C. E. Wilson. «,. , n rri ,,tt.,,.i,rvi tn Ted Harrison. Homer Smllli. Jnmes I They were accompanied by Mrs. Mnrs " M ' Callaway. jr., ; Sherrick's sister. Mrs. Harvey W. lo spend six the set wns these words by Mrs. Waller Rosen 1 thai: "To our Friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isaacs: Lawson Dew and i Stcwarl. who plans nnd Mrs. Jiminl: weeks wilh them. 'Old friends Iherc aic and newer' After seeing """''dog Drnmmond" "' iriends "" J "" """" " ' '" And friends that arc true, But we've a place in our hearts Always for you. Happy thoughts fill our minds Of you each day. We cull only wish you joy- May It always be that way." ;nid an "Om Gang" comedy, the : party wcm i store for delicious refreshments. j Lawson is reluming to his home tomorrow after a three weeks slay . lift. • • 4 Alteml Itally These words'were, similarly re- Twelve members of the local pealed throughout the evening' in Wocdman ol the; World chapter extending congratulations and best ] alcnded tlio Field day at Jones- wishes to the honorccs. Mrs. J. T. Alford, who is visiting relatives In Memphis, hns been ncri; ously III but is now improving. lo~'"k1rby~-Bcir'Dmg Mrs. S. E. Webb nnd son, Milton, spent yesterday in Memphis with Miss Knthryn Orcar who is In i hospital 11) ere. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Wnshburn and children returned lust night from Fort Rlley. Kansas nud Peoria, III., where Dr. Washburn was In the Officers Reserve Training corp while Mrs. Wnshburn and the lilldrcn vlsllcd relatives tu Pe. boro Wednesday when Sovereign Mifs Jesialyn Payne furnished; Newberry ol Llltlc Rock, stale Ihc music for dancing, and curds manager, and R. D. White of Lake were also enjoyed until 12 o'clock city, district deputy, were the when: delicious refreshments were j principal speakers. . served. I « » « . Mr.i and Mrs. Isaacs were mnr-1 Benefit Parly Hns ried in this city oh August 14. 1!»5,, i n | C rrslli<c Mans, at the home of-Mr. and Mrs. Walter | . r i lc \jMsc and rcok benefit Armstrong. Ti: ' "" ceremony who Mrs. ma age liott. :• . j ett and others \trc planning to get . Included In those present were: ; Ulcll plnvevs llrm nged before lo- Mr. and Mrs. A: tf. Little, Miss . niorlw _ Helen' Alice Slcrnbcrg, William The prl2( , s „,.,, ,^ lncrous mld rtc . orin. . Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Moss have gone lo Memphis where Mr.. Moss Is consulting his physician. C. R. Dabcock left today, by molor, for Manilowoc, WJs., where he will spend his vacation. He expects In return September 1, ac- Lang and daughters, Misses P.ui- Ilne and Mildred Lang. Joe Applc- baum, Mrs. Wolf Ariau and daughter. Miss Florence, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Flornian, Mr. "and Mrs. Row • land Woltoit, Mr., and Mrs. C. E. I Coulter, Mrs! SahV'Jdsc'ph, Miss Ad- f die Levy, Pliilip Finebcrg, Nathan I Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ro- Eeuthal. Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch Sa-| phian, r. and Mrs. Ike Miller, j Mr. and Sirs. Milton Steinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klcbaii, Mrs. Louise Stracke and daughter, Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Mas Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Attelson; Mrs. Groskiud and Mrs. Springer and daughter.: Miss Helen Springer of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Jaft>, Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols and family, . Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Harwarg, Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Wcinbei-g, Hy- nian Weinberg. Mrs. Hose Goldberg and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubenstein of Osceola. Miss Olga Rosen of Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ncubnuer and Miss Dorothy Forman of Indianapolis, Ind.. Eli Saphian of Caruthersville, Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Barowsky and William Barowsky of JIanila. » • » Circles Slcct Circles of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church, which have met throughout the summer months, held their wsekly meetings at the church nnd licious refreshments arc to be served. -!.-.' Wilson Socicly-—Personal at homes of members. The Edith Allen group. with eight members and three visitors Wiley Unison, cashier lii (he Wilson bank, h spending his vacation wltli his parents at Carlisle. Ark., having driven over there Saturday night. Two young men entered the home of Mr. ami Mrs. T. J. Knncy Monday afternoon and took several xr- ticles of clothing. A young daughter, Lilly, and two playmates were home at the time, all other mcin- . Mrs. P.-iul Ncase, of Memphis, is the guesl ol her sister. Mrs. E. C. Palion and family today. Miss Mary Louise, Taylor, accompanied by her brother, Harmon, nnd her hous'cgucU, L. E. Old, ol ttich- inuml and Norfolk, Vn., spent yes- IcnUy'ln Memphis, W. IS. Tnnner is attending :lo business In Tallulah, La., for (wo weeks. Mb.. J. A. Boss, who underwent a mnjon oiicralion "at Ihe Memphis Baptist hospital Monday, is doing nicely. Mr. linss Is wilh her. C. T. Pybas, of Memphis, was a visitor in Ihe city yesterday. Miss Editli Pearl Redwood, a Memphis nurse, hns arrived here lo make her home with Mr. and Mrs. George Worslcy. Mr nnd Mrs. T. J. Mulmn and son Thomas, went lo Princeton. Ky yesterday where they expect i\V nuiiii; ni< nit until «n UIILVL IILUIIL- --j-i * - bcrs of the family being gono. The ! to visit relatives for a week. little girls became so frightened on F.ecing the men enter Hint they hid where they could watch. 1m- inedtalcly after Ihe men left, the little girls ran to town and reported the theft lo Deputy Jake Thrail- klll : and others. Search began immediately but so far no one has been held although two young men were arrested but proved they knew nothing about the affair and were released. Monday night the screen was cut from a winnow to re-enter the home. Mrs. W. V. Swank and children. Bobby and Dorothy, Mrs. P. H. Wiggins and Mrs. Philip Newlon spent Tuesday in Memphis. Johnny Mankcr spent Monday present, were entertained by Mrs. afternoon at the home of Dr. and Ira Crawofrd. Mj-s. Arch Lindsay | Mrs j n Gideon, used the. .18.chapter of Luke for j Dr . Barksdaic is improving but Is devotional reading before the pro- j M \\ confined to his bed. gram was given on "Italy." After > George McGInty spent Sunday Mrs. J. W. Bishop had presided ov-1 and a short w hi| e Monday with his cr the business session, the hostess , w jf e w i lo i s >„ the Baptlsl hospilal served an ice and cake. ! in Mem pills. Mrs. R. W. Woolen led the devo- Mrs. Dan Sinclair nnd children tional for the Elma Elam circle | are S |)»ndlng the week with their which met al the csurch with sis • husband ami father, Mr. Sinclair, members in attendance. Mrs. Al- MJ-. Sinclair drove to Memphis for vln Huffman taught the mission u, cm Monday night nnd returned lesson from "At The King's Com- j Tuesday 'morning, mand" after Mrs. Hattic Reece had! Feme Manwarring, Daughter % of olfered prayer. Rev. and Mrs. Manwnrring, Is suf- In the Rose Walker circle, there fering 'from' a Inrge boil on hei were seven members and one new icrehcad. member. Mrs. Marion 'Williams, al I • the church.' The devotional, (mm : .== ^~^- ••• _^_i^^^^i the 18 chapter of First Gamuel was i •_• A%/EI given by Mrs. James Tankcrs'.y and j | l/-% T i Mrs. T. K. Haynes offered prayer i before Mrs. K. D. Marr taught the! U f A F^rN O ' mission iesson. j j| j,/-\i<U *•• •** For tht devotional in tha Naomi i I.ouic Isaacs returned last night from n vacation spent nt Detroit, Chicago. Niagrn Falls mid iioinls of Canada. Mr anil Mrs. C. H. Welborn have returned from Liberty and Biloxl. Miss., where they spent their vacation. Mrs. W. M- Taylor and (laughter, Miss Mary Louise, accompanied by L. E Old, of Richmond and Norfolk, Va., are spending today nt Lexington, Tenn.. with Mis s Taylor's grandmother. Henry Patterson, ot Osceola, wni a visitor In the city last evening Oscar Hardtiwny hns returned from a week's visil in points o' Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snndefur lefi today for a two week's vacntloi In poinls of Indiana and Columbia Mo., where they will visit Mr Sanidfur's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzius. o Lake City, are In the city toda\ Polly and Bill Hunt Stewart children of Mr. and Mrs Bryan Stewart, went to Memphis yester day for a week's visit wilh rcla :lves. Betty Lou Kramer relumed yes terday from Fay:tlcville. where sli Has been visiting her mother an took pa rt ' ll " lc annual Farmer: Week pageant. Eric Taylor and W. B. Green* aj of Canilhers"ille, were visitors i the city lost night. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnn. horn demonstration agent of Mlssissipi ceunty, returned yesterday frot Faycttcyil'e where she aller.dcd tl annual Farmers' \vc«k and the coi A .wedding of much local interest here was that of Miss Mary Hale Coston, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. jSoston, ol Osceola, and Mr. R. W. Anderson of Harlingen. Texas, which was consummated or August 1, at Hnrllngen, Tex., and <a(ll«ndud . by the bride's iparenls. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coston, and her sisters, Miss Sarah Coston and Mrs. Dudley Lynch together wilh Mr. Lynch and Dudley Lynch jr. of Osceola. The ceremony, performed by Ihe Rev. C. W. Harrison, pastor of the First Christian church of Harlingen, was witnessed only by members of the immediate families of the couple nnd a few ftuimnl: friends. Nuptial music was olavcd by Mrs. Knrl Rumbo of Haiiingen and the bride was attended bv hci sister. Mlts Sarah Coston, of Osceola. Mr. J. C. Blsetl of Harlingen wns the bridegroom's beat man. The bride wns gowned In a Irock ol white chl/Ion wilh picture iial lo match and carried n bouquel ol white roses. The bridesmaid, Mits Sarah Costou, wore a dress of powder blno chiffon with pink lint nno' shoe? and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Tiic bride's mother, Mrs. J. T. Coston of Osceola, wore a dress of. flowered chiffon, and Mrs. H W. Audcison, the bridegroom's mother, was dressed in pink chiffon. Immediately following the cere niony ihc couple lefl for a short tilp to Corpus Christie, Tex., v.fler which they will be at home In Hnr- lingcn, where Mr. Anderson Is r valued employee of Ihe Morgan Engineering company. Mrs. Anderson received her education ,nt Wnrrt-Belmont .college, Nashville, Tenn., after graduating from the Osccoln high school, and Mr. Anderson, who Is a civil en-' i>!ncer by profession, was graduated from both the literary and cnsl- r.cering departments of the University of Ncbrnskn. Mrs. J. L. Ward, Misses Mary Catherine and Agnes Ward, and Miss Annie V. Wnddcll of Osceola lelt Saturday for n ten day's molor Irlp to Aslieville, N. C., and nearby points. Mr. and Mrs. IScn Green ot Osceola -are spending the month of Au- ust en nn extended trip -through nlifornln and Colorado. Llltlo Miss Belle Waddcll, small nugliler of a. L. Waddell ol Os- colar returned Tuesday from r •cck's visit with relatives In Un,n Cily, Tenn. County Agent 3. D. Carpenter eliinicd last night from Fayettc- Ille, Ark., where he attended "armcrs 1 Week and annual coun- ngenls conference. Mrs. J. W.. Cnrtwright jr., and ifant (laughter have returned to heir home here from Onrtley- iamsay hospital, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nailllng have s their guests this week. Mr. Naill- ig's sislcr, Mrs. G. W. Owens, of .Talden, Mo., and her two daugh- crs Mrs. W. W. Ellis of Shrevc- wrl. La., nnd Mrs. Leo Pruett of jCHchvillc, Ark. Mrs. Pruclt is also ccompanied by her small son, luck. Mrs. W. D. Davcnporl left Sun- ay for a two weeks vacation trip o Houston, Tex., where she wl'.i islt her aunt and uncle, Mr. aii'I Mrs. A. M. Cohen. She was ac- onipnniwl by Mrs. Gideon Crows tf Holland, Mo. Mrs. Davenport ind Mrs. Crews will also visit In ilci Mexico before their return. ed Mr and Mrs. R. F. Temple of Gosnell Sunday. Miss Edna Karl Vick of Red Banks Mississippi, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. Cook this week. Mr. and Mrs. Work of Blythcville visited Mr. nnd Mrs. B. T. Medley Friday afternoon. Miss Frances Jordan took dinner with Miss Demctra Garrelt Sunday. Misses Mac Medics', Cecil Davis and Ernestine Wheat visited Miss Cora May Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Claude Gray of Oak' Ridge, Mo., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Lloyd this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Simmons of Blytheville visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wheat Sunday afternoon. Mr. Rubin Jordan of Flint, Michigan is visiting his sister, Mrs. George Locke this week. Mi'. Ben Bullard of Tyronza is visiting his daughter, Mrs. B. T. Medley, this week. .Sherell group which met at the • Smart bride*, in addition to loss- church with four members present.! ing Iheir bouquets lo the lucky al Mrs. Hznxy Mitchell used the 121 tendanl who happens to calch it Clear Lake Farmers arc suffering for Ihc want of rain In this vicinity. A large crowd attended the rc- vivnl meeting at Clear Lake Sunday evening. The Clear Lake farm senior ball team was defeated by the Denton, Mo. team Saturday afternoon. The score wns 12 to 14. Mr. W. W, Browns made a flying .rip to Lonoke, Ark., Monday morning. Mrs. Fred Garner and Mrs. Davis were visitors of Mrs. Spencer Ellis Qumlny afternoon. 'i Mr. and Mrs. Lldlc Hawkins were' visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Mau- ey Friday afternoon. Almar Burct Rogers, who has been iii with scnvlet, fever is now Improving. Mrs. Maggie McDcrmulL called on her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hill Friday. Mrs. O. R. Harniau, son, J. P. and daughter Hnzcl, accompanied by Travis Ellis were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hannnu ol Rector, Ark. Saturday night and Sunday. The Clear Lake ball team wns defeated by the Clear Lake farm teAm juniors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin of Bly- ihcvlllc were visitors of Mrs. p. R. Hurinnn Sunday evening. J. P. Hnrman is visiting in Rec- for, Ark., this week. Miss Irene Nichols and Sis Wnt- Eon, who have been visiting Mrs Anchtle, a sister of Miss Watson, for the past week. Dick Watson has returned from McGhee, Ark,, where lie has spent moat of-the summer. The Keiser-baseball team played a very interesting game at Yarbrc Sunday. The score was 15-13 in favor of Keiser. Mr. and Mrs. Al West, are the proud parents of a son, bom last. Tuesday. Miss Sue Clay Dunavant of. Memphis is visiting her parents for two weeks. Mr. Watson and Silas Mead spent the first part of last week in McGhee, Ark., as the guest of Mr. Watson's sister. Silas Mead has motored to Louisiana to visit ills father and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were th? guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Sunday afternoon. The ladies aid met with Mrs. Nichols last Monday afternoon. They will meet wilh Mrs. Moore ihls Monday. The Missionary society met nt the church last Monday. The young people of Keiser have become interested in the prayer meetings, Don't wait until it is too late J Semi-Diesel engines have been successfully adapted to farm tractors in Sweden and Germany. New Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Prichard of Holland. Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pritchard Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs. Cooley and Mr. Hollipeter of Blylhevillc visited Mrs. Bell Clark Sunday afternoon. Miss Frances Jordon took supper with Miss Bethe Lloyd Tuesday night. Mrs. Medley vlsilcd her lather, Mr. Russell of Promised Land Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Epperson spent Sunday wilh their daughter. Mrs. J. A. Lloyd of Luxorn. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Medley visit- fd Mr. and Mrs. Ross of Huffman Monday. Mr. Porler Jorrton ana family of Baltic Creek Michigan are visiting Mr. E. A. Jordon this week. Mr. Ounward (Jarreit tcok dinner with Cecil Prichard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lloyd visit- Keiser News A Mclhodist revival will begin Sunday when Rev. Jordan, the pastor, will be assisted by-Hcv. Mllli- can of Osceola. Little Patty Robinson is suffering from a broken collar bone. Mr. and Mrs. Cook have gone lo Pine Dluff to spend a week. Mrs. J. T. Wilson spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Crockett of Osceoia. Harvey Wilson ami Silas Mead motored lo Dcering. Mo., Sunday. They were accompanied home by LOSE FAT Safely and Quickly Kruschvn Salts—fa perfect combination of the six mineral salts your body must havo every day to function properly) purify your blood of harmful acids, and aid the kidneys and bowels to throw oft waste material—Ihe conllnual formation of which is probably the cause of your fat. In this modern age of living, it's impossible- to get these salts from the fancy foods you eat—but don't worry Just as long as you have Kruschen Salts. . Take a half teaspoon, every morning In a glass of hot water—liltie by little that ugly fat disappears you'll feel better than ever before —years younger, more energy. You'l scon possess that enviable beauts clear skin, sparkling eyes, superl figure which only perfect health can impart- An 83c bottle (lasts 4 weeks) a Kirby Drug Co., or any progressiv druggist in America. Money bacl If Kruschen doesn't convince yoi that It is ttv; safest, quickest eas lest way to lose fat.—Adv. A fact you should not overlook More red-cells in the Wood! Good health and resistance lo infection nnd disease, depend on that! Loss of appetite, underweight, sluggishness, a weakened condition, nervousness, pimples and boils aro symptoms, often seen, of a deficiency of red-cells in the blood. of experience has proved its use-.I fulness in building red-cells ir [ the blood. Take it before meals|l Millions of people have found il.J the easiest and surest way to rc-,f store their red-blood-cclls. ThdJ appetite picks up, the whole body! is invigorated. Get S.S.S.—takcj If a lowered roll-cell count is al- it nn<( possess a wonderful jiowc:J lowed to continue, ANEMIA of new life and vitality. Ask foif often results. S.S.S. should to the large size. At all drup; stores If your safeguard. A hundred years Congratulations to Mr. Harrison 1 congratulate Mr. Harrison on his victory and most heartily thank those who so loyally supporter! me. To those who voted against' me I have no ill feeling. 1 am sure that we will have u good administration of the county affairs, so let's all pull together for a higger and hotter Mississippi County. Geo. W. Barham Claims Indigestion Easy to Get Rid Of Asserts I'epsin Is Ucst When I'oni- bincrt With Olhcr Good Inviso- ralors and In Liquid Korni ferencc for extension agents. There were 45 members of boys and girls 4-H clubs In this county present chapter fcf Acts. Mrs. E. F. Bio-1 meyer ltd the program en "Cuba ; For Christ" preceding the mission 1 class and "Mrs. T. E. King presided ! in the business session. ] Trie six members ol the Neal cir-; c!e present at Ihc home of Mrs.! Frank Simmons, heard the first i chapter of First Samuel read and 1 commented upon by Mrs. B. A. Ma-' lian for the devotional and Him . was no mission lesson as the book has been completed. Mrs. John j Buchanan conducted the biisincss meeting' and later the hostess s;rv- have Marled the vojut ot smug n \ cd Iced watermelon. " I new type ol bride's bouquets to' • • * their bridesmaids and maids of Engagement Announced honor. MJ»s Madeline Thome Thomas of This Is a bouquet of pctfumc N«ir Orlwns, niece of Mr. and Mrs. | Iragrarices, instead of real flow- J.Nlck Tliomas, is to be married to ers, a package of five different bol- besides several adults. The largest representation was from Armoiel with nine members and their spon .sors, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. J. K Critz and children I will arrive tomorrow 'Mr. CrIU is county farm agent. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wylle have as their guest. Mrs. Wiley's brother. Paul Callaway. cf Arkndelphin. He accompanied Mrs. Wylie home ;ili- ler she had been there n week. Read Courier News want ads. tles of Purls perfume, annngrd in a charming modernistic box ni snowy white with silver base and trim. In the foun of a Maltese cross. Each bottle is a differed omes ) Tiitue lubricant and Pain Reliever bringi Comforl and Eai* Htcnln noil i>ain<! rcllcrctl $om(orl—Nerves soothed I -- . , nt in eminent olmteuicltTi praised by counltc^s tli'ju^ for r-vrr fi> year?. The niBrTrlom Mnlhrr'n I'rlfnrt— ertcnuilfy applied— brinffs rc- nfi! Vrry valuiUlc in kcciilTi;.' Iho l':cas!a In ptxid condition. A^n" puls ypn In QQO fi1i«r-c for Ihr arpTnarnlni; OTil.^1. Do try II (onlclitl All iirug!itorC3 ftll Biid rcconimcnil Slnlrifr'* Krlfod. Clip andMailthis Coupon Today To The Br.itfltlcl Co.,, (U. fln.l rrcrivfi FRKR iir>?1 valil (In Vltln cnvrlii^l thrir ^l-ra^f IUus<. lt<lrii toot in colors—"TlilDja to K«:i>iv Ucfora Baby Comes." Kirby Drug Co. Guarantees it and is Dispensing it to Manv Stomach Sufferers u. F. n.. You can be so distressed witii gas nnd fullness lhal you think your henrt is going lo stop beating. Your stomach may be so. distended thnl you r brcalhliig Is short and gaspy. You arc dizzy and pray tor quick relief—what's to t>2 done? Just or.n dessert spoonful of Dare's Mentha Pepsin and in ten minutes the gas disappears, the pressing on the heart ceases nnd you can breathe d?cp and naturally. Oh! What blessed relict; but why not get rid of such attacks altogether? Why have chronic Indigestion tU all? With this wonderful medicine you cnn banish indigestion or dyspepsia or any abnormal condition that keeps the slomach In constant rebellion and on; boltlc will prove It. And how happy you will IX! when your slomach is as gcod as new for then dizziness, nervousness, sleeplessness, headache and other ailments caused by a disordered stomach will dlsapi>ear and you will be your old happy, contented self again.—Adv. Removal Sale Closes Saturday Night Low Prices on Shoes For Men, Women and Children NOTICE: We will close al 9 o'clock Saturday night and remain closed until our formal opening Wednesday night and will be open for business Thursday, August '21. -Watch the Courier News for our opening announcement, McCallwn Hose Gordon Hose Good Shoes and Hosiery

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