PAGE TWO BLYTHRVILLLS, (ARK.) COUIUEU NJCVVS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar ' ; .-. .Monday Circle 1 of <the woman's missionary society of the First McUiodlsl clmrclt sill HIM! with Mrs. John Smotlierman. ivllh Mrs. ;W. A Stiekman also hostess. Circle 3 will met (with Mrs. Sallie Hubler. The woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church Is incellng at the cliutch. The Lake Street Methodist church missionary society will meet at the cliiircli. Entertaining for Sisters Mrs. E. D, Gillcn Is critcrlalning at bridge this afternoon hi com- lilimcnting 'her houscgucsle, her sisters, Miss Nina Trlgg, of Tex- nrkaitR, and Mrs.. A. J. Hodges, of Shrevcpoit, La. « • « Community Club Organized A community club lias been organized at Shady Lane wilh these officers: Mrs. S. Coff, president; Mrs. Ellis, vice president; Mrs. II. McHaffey, secretary and treasurer; Miss Edna pcen, reporter. It was planned to meet at the school on the first Thursday night of each month and to have monthly social meetings on other dates. This community, in the Bnrdcllc district, hopes to be equal to olhcr community clubs In activities nnd good accomplished according to its members. • •, • • Hive Dancing, Parly. . Misses Artie and' Irene Eaton were hostess to a dancing parly Friday evening especially complimenting their houseguesl, Miss Margaret Pomcroy, of Memphis. Iced watermelon refreshed the party members at 11 o 'clock. Those present Included: The honorce, Frank Peters, Mr. nnd Mrs.'Cody D. Eaton, Prank Wai- i son, Lucille Brannum, Vernon, Vadcn. Leonard Casudy, Miss Georgia Lee. Herman Peck, Miss Madge Hawkins, Edwin James nnd the hostesses. * « • Benefit Patty Given. One of the most successful benefit parties ever given by the Woman's club was Friday afternoon when 13 tables of guests player bridge or rook at the club house. Early autumn flowers banked Hie fireplace and singe with the tables arranged in the dancing room. A delicious fruit snlad course with pressed sandwiches and iced tea was served nnd several interesting prizes awarded. Arkanias Presbytery to Receive Local Minister A call meeting of the Arkansas Vrcsbylcry will bo held in LHtlc Hock Monday to receive the Rev. Marsh M. Callow-ay Into the Pics bylcry from the Western Texas Presbytery. He became pastor of the First Presbyterian church several months ago. The Hev. and Mrs. Callaway and son, Marsh jr., will be accompanied to Little Rock by Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens and daughter, Marjorie. * GLORiCwS •ftELiKGr- lT l<? TO GLT OUT IflE. GRlP<T Hospital Notes Mrs. Otto Morrison, Chester. Ill- was admitted nud Miss Page McCall, city, dismissed. Read Courier News Want Ads. Miss France as a Mannikiu — MO -tit C-OOp ff OkP ll/\r~- Mtp - TOO - Combined Clioirs of Three Churches to Sing at Sunday Night Services. The combined choirs uf the i Christian. Flrr.l Methodist and 1'resbytcrlnn churches, under the leadership of Mrs. George M. Lee. will giv,? n musical program at the Union vesper service Sunday evening on the. .lawi) of the First. Methodist church nt G:30 o'clock. Anthems, solos and familiar hymns will make up the program and the congregation will Imvc the opportunity to sing the best liked hymns as much of tin program will be Given to this kind of worship. Mrs. Wilson Henry and Koss Stevens nrc to sing solos with Mrs- Henry singing "Asleep In Jesus." ns a special request. "Abide Wit.i Mo." as arranged by Homer Samuels, is Mr. Stevens' song sub)?ct. The Ilcv. Marsh M. Callawny. pns- lor ol the Hrsl rresbytcrian church, will preside. The complete program follows: Prelude; Hymn, "Onward Christian Soldiers"; Anthem. "All Hail Bits of News Moslly Personal ,Mr, iitid Mr.s. ,loc Klrby wenl lo I'aragould Friday where they arc , t'i niiikc their home. Mr. Klrby will ; manage the Klrby Drug store of llmt cily. Mrs. E. M. Parks and Mrs. n E McElvanry arc rolmnlng to (heir home hi Oxford. Miss, today after 1 vis.il with Mr. and Mrs. W C j Lessen. Mrs. Parks Is Mrs. I,e«- j ECU'S nioilvH- and Mrs. McElvaney, i her .sister. They will be accompan- | led lo Memphis by Mrs'. Leggcll [who plans to visit relatives there ; for .several days white her. children, Linlsc, Minnie Lee and Billy will I go lo Oxford for a tv, r o weeks stay j When Mrs. Leegetl returns Monday t.hc will be accompanied by her daughter, Miss Mnrlc, who has been at Oxford for the past Iwu weeks. Mrs. O. P. Moss returned t'dny from Memphis where she hns been with Mr. Moss who Is rcceiviui; treatment at the Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tiutt and UVD daughter?. Misses Ruth and Sue, spent yesterday in Memphis where Mr. Butt consulted a specialist. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bull, Mrs. \V. J. Pollard and Miss Sue Butt returned today for another examination. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Oillen Imvc as their guesls. Mj-s. Glllen's sisters, Mrs. A. J. Hodges, of Slirevc- pori, la., and Miss Nina Trigg, of Texarkann. They will be here ten days. Mrs. C. S. Stevens, accompanied by her daughter. Miss Mary Ellen, nnd son, Coleman jr., spent yester- diw In Memphis. George Dowclen went lo Pine Bluff loday for the weekend. H. Highfill and Jake Ungar go to Memphis tonight where Mr. Ungar will spend the weekend. Mr. Highfill plans to go lo points of Texas Tor u week's business trip. Unity Rowden. manager of the Singer Sewing Machine companj here, is going lo El Dorado Monday where Ijc will huvc a similar position. Olto Kochlltzky has gone to Eureka Springs where he will accompany his family who hnve been there fcr six weeks. Mrs. Kocli- tltzky's mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore, who is also there, will accompany i them home. Miss Claia Ruble and Mrs. Marie Hlckmnn will leave lonight for St. | Louis where they will visit until I Tuesday morning, j C. S. Smith has gone to. Memphis for liip weekend. He will be accompanied homo Monday by Mis. Smith who hns been nl Dublin, [Miss., since her mother's death. I Clarence Kolwyck will leave Snn- | day for n Iwo weeks stay in Liltle ' Hcrk while Mrs. Kolwyck is in Memphis as the guest of Mrs. John Moorllcld. Mr. mid Mrs. Bernard Gooch returned yesterday afternoon from Cnrmi. Ill, where they were guests imvliin n population of some twelve j ot Nlr - Goocll ' s "nrenls. '«'«' mo- thousand Inhabitants and a' Post ! \ 0f "> m> Sunday afler Mrs. Gocch spent In Hardy and olhcr points of Hie O/arks. Vligil Green and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Blyllje, went to Hot Springs yesterday where they will accompany Mr,-;. Greene and daughter, Miss Evelyn Blylhe, home They have been there two weeks Mtllon Webb will return home'lo- day nllcr vlsltiiii; Alfred Mallory In Memphis. Uev. E. Z. Ncwsom, pastor ot the Second Baptist church, has returned home from Tcimcstec where he conducted u returned home from Tennessee where he conducted a revival meeting during the past hrce weckt. He is to occupy his pulpit tomorrow for the regular •&ibb.ith services. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Carpenter of Osccoln, are visitors In the cily to- SATURDAY, AUGUST It}. liWOI =WBEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON How To Profit From Failure The International Uniform Sunday School !<sson tat Aur, 17. How to I'roiU From Failure. 1 Sam 0:15-17, 25-27; 10:1; 10:8-11; 31:!-4] « * * BV WM. E. G1I-ROY, D. D. Editor of The ConfrtgaltonalUl The aswclaliou of the title of thl» lesson with Saul, the first king of Israel, reminds us that Saul did not profit from his own failure. Unfortunately that is true of many people. They can sec the faults and the failures of other people, but when it comes to their own experi- day. ences there stems to be some Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crilz and I slran i! s; inability to profit by their children returned ycslerdny from mvn crrol 's. Personal experience ought to be linked up wilh Ihe experiences of olhers, and it, is doublful whether one can ever quite profit from Ihc experiences of others until he attains a certain power of seeing his own life wilh detachment and learns to avoid again the pitfalls Into which he has himself fallen. Nature Was Kind to Him Saul comes first to our attention as a man of great promise. Nature had given his a great physique so that he towered head and. shoulders above all In Israel—an endow- . mcnl not to lie slighted in n day j when kingship was slill associated with physical prowess and strength. With this, also, nature had given him a due sense of modesty. When (he lot In the choice ol king fell K.iyetlevilte where (hey attended Hie annual Farmers' Week program :iml conference of extension agents Mr. and Mrs. Billy Williams of Anuorel, have had as Ihelr guests for a week, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson Hemingway and daughters, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs, Dabucy Ir- Ijy and two children of Hazelhurst Miss. Mrs. Sidney Williams, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Nell, and her son... George, have returned from a week's slay in Hot Springs, KHIST KAPT1ST Ccriirr Walnut and Klfhth Streets Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45; Preaching, 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. meets nt 6:45 each Sunday evening. W. M. S. meets Monday afternoon at 2:30. Praper service Wednesday from 8 to 9 p. m. Pastor's subjects for Sunday services: morning, "The Supreme Ol- upon him he could not be found, bul had hidden himself "among the stunt." The beginning of his rule, also, was auspicious, for when Samuel set him forth before Ihe people as their king the record is that they shouted, "Long live the king." Even In the matler of wisdom and good judgement, Saul seems to have fcrlng lo Christ." Evening -if! shown very good natural endow- Gi ace Scarcely Saves What About 1 menti for wnen ln lnc mldst o[ tnls r,.l. . .... . - ._ " "" *> •1WUUV, „_„„...„ _ •„!„(«.* «n>f nin A.\ r lt*1 111 f IrtH Them Who Have No Grace? Last Wednesday evening was B. Y. p. u. night at prayer service. There were flG present to hear some special numbers rendered by members of the unions in addition to the regular service. Next Wednesday evening wll be w. M. S. night. We nrc expecting at least 100 present. Something special will be given by the W. M. S. Thursday eve- V/HLtlCl!DDE.HIN A WMI-lM? VOICE CAUT — VOUR iConlincd from page one! Office palronngc of .•some thirty thousand, the inadequate Post Office facilities of UlylhcvlllR brings forcibly to onr attention the public building program of the United Slates government. And whcrcns. Ihc people of Dly- thrvillc at their own cost bull 1 within the city a magnificent cily ; hall, nl the expense of ninety thou; i sand dollars, and the people uf | Mississippi county Imvc ibuilt Si ' each end ot the county two court j houses at u cost of two hundred | and fifty thousand dollars and two . public jails at a iu*l ot one him- ! drcd and Lwvnly thousand dollars.' The citizens have also established I hard roads over the length and | width of the county. The people of \ BlylhcvUlc have further purchase ' for the benefit ct the public a hospital at the co^ i>f eighty thoii j sand dollnrs and have personally: conlribuled considerable to the construction of an nrn'.ory Ijiiilrilng in the city ot Dlytlicville. And whereas, the pnpuliillon of the cily of Blylhevillc lias increased fifty-six per cent In Ihe last, ten . j had returned last Saturday from Chicngrr where the went with her mollicr, Mrs. C. E. Criggcr. and ,Inrk Robinson, for a visit wilh relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton Imvc returned from a week's vacation the Power of J;sns' Name" by Gor- years and the whole county has , increased forty-seven per cent. Wr think that we are entitled to a' more adequate i'ost Oltice building for Blytheville Ihc principal city In the Delta country of eastern Arkansas. The present make- : shift is ft disgrace lo n town of ten thousand population. Therefore, be It resolved by the city council of the Cily of Blythc- ville on this flHcenth day of August, 1030. In nn adjourned session that the Honorable J. T. Robinson. T. H. Caraway and W. J. Driver be requested to use their don Williams: Hymn. "Faith of Our Father"; Solos. "Abide With Me' by Homer Samuels; Hymn. "Am 1 a Soldier of the Cross"; Offertory; Hymn, "Rock of Ages"; Anthem; Solo. "Asleep In Jesus"; Hymn. Binds." "bless Bci the Tie That Carson Lake Revival Is Proving Successful There have been 15 conversions during the past v-eck's icvival meeting conducted a; the Carson by Rev. J. A. Lake school hous Hill. Large cmvds have been attracted by Ihc preaching and singing and the pastor has extended an j Leachville to Have Fire Truck in Few Days efforts lo secure for said city an' adequate Post Office Uuildmi;. and ! that a copy of this resolution b?' forwarded to cacli ot thorn anrt ] thnt the newspapers of Miss;s.-ippl' county be requested to give each resolution all notoricly possible Invilatlon 'to all persons to attend i and further that all civic organi- the niE;ttng which will nUo -be j zations of Blylhevillc and its vi-. held throughout next week. I dully be requested lo join in this • request. : Nelll Reed. Mayor of Blytheville. i S. C. Craig. Clerk ot B'rytheviUc. FREE FOK AM. ON KAKM EAST PALESTINE. O. 'UP> A; queen of fashion, too, is this "Miss France." Here you sec the comely Paris rnijs, who was awarded 'high beauty honors by her fellow-countrymen, • as she posed In modish beach pajamas! Deiuville. i t I.EACHVILLE. Ark.—LCAriiviKc Is] to have fun protection SCOT:. Wells! arc being driven and a new lire truck i ]n a recent frce-for all nc.hl on inn --• will be here, within a tew | (avm of O f\f Hawkins hrre, a larfr \t: days. Local merchants anticipate a reduction In insurance r.it?s and fires as a result, rl Courier hews Want Ads. rat nabbed n small chick. A t::'. I r.- t;ol the rat and a mother hcu r.t- .111 ;mp^c- • tacked the cat. throwing P nn ii^.ir, 'back. Then the rnt gave up th-Mt.i' _ __ chick, but the cat gave up no rat. her hosband. Col.'Nelson Morris, The rat.lost. iv.caithy Chicago packer. 50 on dancing became "•.-.•.<.' make money" . . . That's il •!!is«.?r comely Jeanne Anber I'.nisMn actress, has given to II aiKinl French law which r 'in-.., her horn dancing nn tl •"• ag.itnst her husband's wisl W'.r is shown' above as ,vhc a <•'! In New York from Fran apprnr ill a Broadway show IV ~couu decree a: Ciioir n l- rchcarsal 7:30. You liave a Bi»cial invitation lo end nil services. UST FKESBYTERIAN CHURCH Marsh M. Callairay, Pastor Sabbath school 9:45 a. m. Ray orlhinglon, sii)>crlntcndent. Morning worship 11 a m. "Tok- is of Jesus" will be the subject the pastor's sermon. i popular acclaim certain disgruntled ' individuals, described as sons of Belial, murmured and protested against his rule, Saul held his peace. In addition to all these favorable circumstances best of all, perhaps, was that inner circle who were strong for his support. In the quaint and beautiful record ol Scripture, it U said that when Saul went home lo Gibcah, there went with him "a band of men whose hearts God had touched." No man, it would seem, ever ascended U) ixjwcr or assumed a great task under more favorable auspices. What then is the story lhat lies between this choice of a man (o be king, with popular acclaim and strong support of the faithful, and Ihe closing scene of our lesson In which we find this man of promise a suicide in de- Text: I Sam. 9:15-17, 25-27; 10:1; 19:3-11; 31:1-4. Now the LORD had lold Samuel in his ear a day before Saul caiuc.| saying. Tomorrow about this lime I will send thcc a man otil of (he lan'l| of Benjamin, and thou shah anoint him to be captain over my pcop'cj Israel, that he may snve my people out of the hand of the Philistine:-:! for I have looked upon my people, because their cry is come unto mef And when Samuel saw Saul, Ihe LORD said niilo him, Behold thiT man whom I spake to thee of! this same shall reign over my people! And when they were come down from Ihe high place inlo 11*: city.J Samuel communed, wilh Saul upon the top of Ihe house. And they arose early: and il came to pass about the spring ol the day, that- Samuel called Saul to the top of Ihe house, saying.! Up, that I may send thee away. And Saul arose, and they \veii'| out both of them, he nnd Samuel, aaoard. And as they wcro going down to the cud of the city, Samuel saicj to Saul, Bid the servant pass on before us, (and he passed on.) bud] Eland thou still a while, Hint 1 may shew thee Ihe word of God. f a * Then Samuel look a vial of oil, and poured it upon his head, ami kissed him, and said. Is it no; because Ihe LORD hath anointc'.l thcc to be captain over his inheritance? And Ihc evil spirit from the LORD was upon Saul as he sat in hi: house with his javelin in his hand: and David played with his liandl And Saul sought to smite David even to the wall wilh Ihe javelin:! but he slipped nway out of Saul's presence, and he smote the jav-r Evenina worshto At G-30 in Ihn ' inuu»« « ? u«.™<; "• »<-- but nc slipped nway out of Sauls presence, aim ne smuu! .Tim,^pTscr*£onThcIVwu I ^^tvVmU trUd? £™ack 'lin Into the wall: nnd David tied, and escaped that night. r * !,_ T-l.— i. -»r_ll.-ji.i .1 , 4 I HI, M-> IV» VUIO H (»&tll J to iU\.n. 1 , . . . the First Metlidist church. Christian Endeavor al 7:30. Miss argarel Gray will lead this tncct- S and Ihe young men will debate ID young women on the subject Resolved Tlint Paul Was the Most opnlar Man of New Testament ays." Wednesday evening, prayer servos at eight o'clock. The board of cncons will mecl after this prayer CIll'HCI! OF THE NA/ARENK A. T. MrAnally, Pastor The pastor will preach at both norning and evening hours Sun- ay. Subject for (he morning hour, Stewardship." Subject for the ?ve- ilng hour, "The Two Builders." Sunday school. !):30 a. in. S. W. .Iggetl. supt. Preaching hour,' 11 n. m. Junior N. Y. P. S. meets at the hurch at C p. in. The Young People's N. Y. P. S. t the church al 6:45 p. m. Preaching services. 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting each Wednesday veiling at Ihe church, 7:45. key of self-discipline. It is nut always Saul also sent messengers unto David's house, to watch him, a good, thing for a man vrticn he slay him In the morning: and Michal David's wife told him. raying. 1' has too Kreat a native and natural | (holl savc not . tn y ]jf e tonight, tomorrow thon shall lie slain. endowment. He is apt to trust without his own effort, and lie is easily led into a course in which he docs not feel the need ot watchfulness and of self-discipline. One calls up In contrasl that other Saul of the New Testament, better known as Paul, also wilh a rare endowment of natural gifts. In the hour of his supreme strength when il would seem thai he If any man could have been secure, we find this other Snu! reminding us thai he "buffeted his body and fccpl it under" lesl having preached Now the Philistines fought against Israel: and the men of I:rai- and fell down slain in mount Giluaa And the Philistines followed hard upon Snul and upon his so:is;^ am Ihe Philistines slew Jonathan, and Abinadab, and Mclchi-Ehua. Saul> sons. And the battle wenl sore against Saul, and the archers hit n and he was sore.wounded of the archers. Then said Saul unto his armourbcarcr. Draw thy sword, nnd llimsi me Ihrough therewith; lest-these inicircumciscd come and thnibt m Ihrough, and abuse me. But his armonrbearer would not; for he was sore afraid. Therefore Saul took a sword, and fell upon it. If Saul, king of Israel, could have displayed any such wisdom as Paul! displayed, or realized Ihe need of' self-discipline, how difTerenl the full story of his life might have been! As it is one can see much of Saul's life with kindly and regretful judgment. Unquestionably during certain periods ot his life he would seem to have been in- the with - lat " e raun .? t » a useful lesson iron, the fail° f Saul, the king. FIRST CHRISTIAN CIlllKCI! K. R. l-atimer. Minister Church school. 9:45 n. m. Communion and sermon, II a. m. j But if Saul had safe-guarded Vesper services on lawn of First himself at the Beginning, if he had nf tralni^v \ £.t •« Methodist church. 6.30 p. m. All are cordially invited. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH E. /,. NfHSOln. Pastor Sunday school. 9:45 a. m.. W. M. ilaylock Superintendent. Church services, 11 a m. and 7:-15 ). in., by the pa.stor; Morning Suh- ect "The Rainbow of Hope" ev- ! cor.tiuercd and stilled the prompt I ings of jealousy al the very start. LINCOLN, Neb., (UP)—farmers of Valley county, who complained that for years they have been unable to raise wheat because of rust, may be relieved following discovery of 38 barberry buushes and more than 5000 seedings on and near the farm of James I'eUka. Many of the bushes were growing wild In fence corners and section lines, and were scattered lor several mils, spread ing rust. VALUOSTA. Ga.. (UP)—From a e stor ingTt have be el, one of cautious experiment undertaken by his mastery rather than of the Georgia farmers when boll wce- maslerv of thai demon tliat drove vils wrecked any chance of mak- him id violent acts and to a vlo- ln S a profit from long staple cot- lent death. Thc madness of jeal- j">n. the Georgia tobacco crop has onsy began, us it begins in so many grown within 'ess than a do/.cn lives, with a suggestion, not pcr-iyw* '"to one of Ihc states most „„.. „. ..„„, ,,- haps seriously thought of. bul near-I Prized commodities. Growers rcal- cning Subject. "When Men Laugh- ing a possible implication upon "«d SIG.012,780.27 last season from Cd God Wept." B. Y. P. U. 0:45 p. i Glenco Grill Special Sunday Lunclu'tm and Dinner \ 50c Chit-ken Sini|>, Home Noodles M ;,d, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Services arc held every Sunday morning al 11 o'clock In room 213 of Ihe Fnrmer's Bank Building over Kress' store Subject for Tomorrow: "Soul." Golden Text: Psalms 63:5 "My soul shall be satisfied as wilh marrow and fastness; and my mouth :hail praise Thee with joyful lips." Wednesday evening services, 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited. which the imagination seized. When David with his smooth stone killed Goliath, and the thoughtless women sang In praise the sale of theU crops. WASHINGTON. Ind.. (UP)—Operation of a Baltimore & Ohio l.UTHKRAN CHL'KCII E. K. Kocrber, 1'aslor Services are held at the SI. sic phen Episcopal church Sunday eve-: Ihc praise of Ihc youth "Saul has slain his switch engine in the Washington thousands but David his lens ofjyards for 35 years without an ac- thonsands." It was the sort, of thing cidenl is Ihc record of'Michael J. lo lodge in Ihc mind and soul of iToohcy, retired on pension, recent- any man who allows himself to be |ly. Toohey began his railroad car- turned from Ihe contemplation of icer on August 8, 1888— 42 years ago his lask and of his duly lo the ,—working in the shops of the old thought of his personal Interest and jO. <fc M. railroad at Vinccnnes. his personal rewards. ~ ~ '— : — The only security against the I **. overwhelming of the character by; circumstance Is the giving of char- \ actcr a place above circumstance, j When a msi; is devoted to truth • and righteousness and to his duti- 1 till lask more than to himself and : or blame of rewards CLASSIFIED' ^tf ^r~yf^s**t^~~ t ning with Sunday school at 7:1' and church al 8 o'clock. All arc welcome. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH V. Q. Korir. IMMnr Sunday school. 9:45. Third Sun- j ruined Saul's life. day of the contest. that may come lo him. he is not only finding the supreme way nl life but he Is finding the happiest . and the safest way. Thc One Safeguard j The things that ix>isoncd and i unfortunately, j have their l»ld on many lives ; Thc pastor will preach at 11 a; though they arc not always dee m. If unable to be present, time in : enough and strong snor.gh to bring on KLCN. ', about the supreme disasted. The Leagues meet al 5:45 p. m. things lhat sent Saul lo degrade- ; Union Velvet services on lawn tton and to death are. however, al- i at 6:3(1 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:45 p. m. The Woman's Missionary so- ! lives they defeat onr highest pur- ciely will have chaige. poses and career, our character Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8:30 and Achievement, p. m. There is none of us so good and ways destructive, and in the mcas- i urc that u.cy have place in our' OSE'PflONE Haked Domestic Ducli, Drcajs ing ;old Gulf Shrimp, Sliced To matoes Tenderloin of Troul, Tartai Saute Fried Spring Chicken, Creart (Iravy Hakcd Virginia Ham, 1'olalt Salad Broiled L;imh Chops on Toas Chicken Gihlels, Sea Shcl Macaroni Breaded cal Cutlets, Tomad Sauce Cold Chicken Salad Hot Rolls Boston Baked Menus Scalloped Sugar Con Smoked Brown Potatoes Iceberg Lettuce, Trench Dressing Choice of i'io, Ice (.'ream Watermelon or Cattlalnnpc Codec Tea YOU'LL UN.IOY KAT1M AT THIO Gl.HNCOK (IKli.l COOLED KY AlHi'l.AM TANS.
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