The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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J3I/YTHEV»LLE._(ARK.). COURIER NEWS Calendar «i ••' ; -' Friday " tji'e altar' society o! the Churcli ol.Jhe Immaculate Conception Is iuyinf & : £oflo parly at the social hall In the evening. Mrs. c..'T. Mp'rrls Is having the Nl&W Bridsj<!""c!'!!>. Tfce Dorcas. Si-: „ . '.--<; of • tfte First . Bi Will Honor Grid I ' Team al Annual | ; Banquet Friday' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1930 LiK'lle Boiirland Is Chosen : "Mi&fc Junior Hig|i School" Miss Liicilo Bourland was tic- l!olluml, second for prettiest teeth; claimed as "Miss Junior Jllsh Elma l.angloy, llrst for prettiest Srhco!" by ihe students of tliat hah'; Lystra Bracken, first for yesterday In Ihe annual {"Know H All Sophomore"; Kath•Who's Who" contest. Among the ;v . ~" • -.: ^- • — j wnos wno conitBt. Among tnc •isiUSE '/"? • '"£*•" ''''V 1 '? 311 *: bo)<;, MpJirtce Lutlrell was selected Sittafths; for , a phrielma; parly aj'Jjje'^ing. H"! ' Hif^'also^'Si^ MfS ' '^"^ cs this honor, Mtes Hour- iv.^ii X3K1CJ At&J ai iJUblc5bt:S, i^^j ._., ,i._ < _ . <. l3ie Fiieilc Sunday"-scliool class of Ihe First Baptist church is to-havs #'"T3h'riyihiaV : :!arVy at tiie hofte. ofjMit. Pleas Eecoy. 'Hie '.tnwiTsf the First Baplist chuJrchiwulthaye a fellowship ban- .church at'17 -'. ........ Sunday ff' ^ .,• ie ; IfVdmaira auxlUarjViSr-. t li e i'Presbyterian church-Viill have' a Christmas program a't tiiS .church at 1:30 o'clock. Twj> Contr»yi Bridge Clnbs are.Fanned: Here. ire. afierrioon bridge 'clubs ^tefji'ietToliiphi; IhJ jruti'n'g' the^ro^ ti'mcst oft .afferrtoDns. for:-co : n,lract —.• j --I? are-)iuie merritorj. Mri oKprlee -Crig'ger.-.Jr. •entertained ^ie'.-pliibjyesterdsiy'at her'c'ouni try-.'horn*.- fejih-.-..Mrs. - Joa -Watson»!'nrl7/» llnon mlitt I/M..- ... - - winning^f^rize, linen guest, low-' " . . salad -_._. ..^^g e tids spirit 'Which, was also seen the] Christinas tree-as -the fcalu ' a-;dellcl< oilt the Yulen in decoration. Members of llib ciub ore;- Mcs- dames Carrol -Blakemore, JOD Von Alnjen, Stephen H. Brooks, Harvey W. -^tewart, John R; McDnnlel Jr., C. »T. Morris. Francis Carpenter, Joe'Watson, imd Charles Crisjger Jr. Ajiother- two ,_table club, which will, also play contract, will meet eveiy other week;, the day to'u't decided later. These members are: Msdames A. C. Ward, E. fl. Dickey jr.,;Roscoe CrMton^ Riley. Joiies Dirip Crawford, j« -Watson .aivl Randolph Smith. Ai the first parly Mri, Rojcoe Crjflon was hostess (a the^club and.orie,giicst',-Mr4 -JacS Horoen Mrs. A. C. '^ard \voii the prift, a tissue roll. HaWng Parlr Tonljbt Mrs. Charles Driver jr., | s en . terfeming the teachers bT the Ar- motel school with, a'-' bridge party tonight. ',' .. -, ,; i. E. Q. ttas . ' ' ' ' " Xnias -i . : . . • Mrs. George R. Crockett arranged ryan walpole, second for "Know ft All ijoplwmore"! Flossie Bell Alley, first for wittiest freshman nntl second ns wittiest student; ---- »v. , land ivas voted the best all-round Anna Marg.ircl Dent, firs! for wit glri, 't^ie most friend 1 !}' girl and l ' es ' student; Liabcl Brandon, sec- won second places in tiie contests on ^. ' or most . friendly; Dorinnc for -- - , - _ , ...LldlO J . "•*' ...-.» i-.v.tupj, uvt •*!•*•. the most ambllloui and best' Cctiller, second for fiiost studious; • Car»ien Lewis, first for n-.ost tal- athlete. j Mum-Ice Lultiell also von first enlcd. , hp'iiors M' tlie best, looking boy and i,, U ie boye i-onteals the complete catond .honors for the prettiest results Wre.'first and second: king ' ivi',,^?-, * ' Ci n S ""'' wiuicsl ' lot Junior High, Maurice l.uttrell, h^,?v "f,! 10 . I!ol "l )ct " W01 ' «w Hubert Rcedcr; Most Handsome, bciutj contest among the girls niul Maurice Lutlrell, J. Melt Brooks, 'jr.; High" or; Most Friendly, N. B. Mciiard, William Fanght; Best All-round, J. , . red j....... contests for "Mlsi and prettiest hair. Oilier students winning honors were Miss lietty Lee M6- C'.ilchcn who u ps sclecled' for , . W, 1'urtlc, llerschell Mosby, Most Ambillous, Bill McKehzle; Most ' •*„, < i i il ""•<• "« .'"' Anioiiious, Hill McKenzle; Mos ,-cccnd place In he;piilcst girl, mast (Studious, Bill McKentle;' Most Tal (a cntcd and wltllosl freshman and cntcd. Robert Heeder, w J Will- .Mlss-Bflle Moprc -who won first ln s ham: Heel Athlete, Hwsehell Mosby, J. \V. Purtle; Wittiest, John Quins, Mmtrlco Lilttr»ll; Prettiest Teeth, N. B. Mciiard, Maurice Liitt- rell! I'relliesl Hair^ Daii Hamner, liutsel Blair ana Ben Fisher lied; Prettiest Eyes, Hal Moore. Maurlqe Lutlrcll; "Most know It All Sop- lioniore", Joe Burns, Gene Sykes; Wittiest Freshman, Daniel Booile 13einard McFarlamL .- -'wlio won first H'on6rs as the most ambitious, most studious and •having the jircttlwl teeth. . ;' '•Others winning honors were: Miss Lu6lle Tyrone, flrsi for best nihlete and second, all-round girl; Freida Secoy, second as prettiest Bin, first for preyiest eyes;-Mary Spstn Usrey, first .lor cutest aiid second for prettiest, eyes; Frances Plans Siory'i Hour ibr at Library A ne»- feature .of the Blylhsvllle Library Is (o bt'tljp Iree~clo'ry hour for children o'n Saturday mornlnci from 10 until -10:30 o'clock Mlsi Delia Purtle '•• will tell the slorlej cipetlally tor'^clilldrcn of the first second and third grades but others are nlto Invited to attend. Another attraction is (he 00 volumes of children's books donated 'by the First Presbyterian church which girls and boys arc Invited to read. . The hvo ncivs books purchased this month by Hie library are "A Lantern In Her Hand," by Mrs Hess" Streelcr Aldrldge and "Seed' : by .-Charles Norrls. Mrs. Aldrid'e's .uobk is ot tha early immigration days in Nebraska and Norrls 1 new hovel Is Ihe much talked of book which Is beliig read wllh inlcrcjt thraigliAit the country. . . ce arraned - e counry. .-. I , pro?rnm for Ulc ChrSlmBs „- Jlf >- 'f <->A--. Smith, Itbrnrian, lias rraftlug of Ihe p. E. o. chapter annOuncM^lhat all books out- prUV Wednesday nftcrnoon al Ihe home I 'o November 1 may be nf JV^rr TJn^i«m«. n ___ *. ._!._ .- _.iti ___ ;i — _ _ of -Mrs. Herman Cross when Mrs J. p. Bsll was also his I ess Mrs. W. W, Holllpeter -told the BlbJe story of the Christmas in O ld- entdayg and ciutoni:-in ott.;r lands ciipths Yiirtllde were related by MIJ. B. A, Lynch. A|jpropriate popfis were read by MesSarnEs T. J. >Maha!i, Byron .• MTTS?, -. «. F Klfhner, Raywdrthlrigtbn,''w. I. Uenton. Ross Slcvcns and Mrs J W.tRcbbins, of stcele, Mo. A delicious «lsd course refreshed thoj ladies. . X ' • • fciyllsfc Men , Win Bahquct ..- *'. of the First Baptist - j wi- n-vui HIM without a fine and she Is asking the immediate return of these vol- Bits of News Mostly Personal Name Omitted from . 2nd Grade Honor Roll In giving thc honor roll yesterday for students of the second graile in the-Central Ward school. Hanry Clay Palton's imme was omitted. Mrs. Joe Trlcsclmmh, teacher, has announced thai he I: also a member of the group . winning this honor. Llltle Mies Bonnie Lynn nalcliff It suffering- from -an atta»k of pneumonia in her home on West Main street. Mlsfes rtiln Flo Thompson and Alice Mae Gannon were visitors in Wilton yesterday afternoon, Mre. J. A. Grlndell has returned from a month's stay in Memphis where she underwent an' operation upon her eyes. She is now muciv Improved. : Mrs H. S. Davis is In Memphis today. Upon her reuirn olie will be accompanied by Mrs. I. R. Johnson who went down several days Ago. Mr. alid Mrs. T. H. Hayn:s mid their hbiiscguest, Mr. anil Mrs. B. W. Ha>ne£, of Brandenburg, Ky., spent 'Wednesday In Mcmpliln as I guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Russell Fan-1 .ui:l family. i Miss Vivian Dillalumty, n slu-1 dent at the university of Misiauri at Columbus', arrived homo today for the holidays. Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Waterman and Mrs. G. H. Grcar dpcnl Wednesday In Memphis. Sol Steinberg, of Cardwell, Mo., was in the city Wednesday. ' Mr. Bnci Mrs. Everett 11. Gee, Mr. Mrs. Cyrus Russell wa:, tnken lo. Jackson, TCIHJ, Wednesday in a! Blythcville Undertaking company i ambulance where she will receive I treatment at a sanitarium. I Mrs. Clifford Cavitt returned! Wednesday from Lafe, Ark., where, 'he visited Kir parents, Dr. and! Mrs. C. A. Caldwell, for ten days., Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Johnson anil Mrs. O. Shonyo arc In Memphis to-1 day. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wnrd had at, (Heir guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. I Clifton Malln nnd son, of Rector, 1 Ark. i Mrs. R, M. Sanders and Mrs. Rol- j and Preen are in Memphis today, i Miss Mary Lynn na;s, who hat] bceh In the Memphis Baptist lies- i pltal several wocks where she underwent an operation, has return- i cd home and Is now convalescing, j Amorig those from here who will! go to Jpnesboro tomorrow for l!i?' uellc WhlUltt motoi.Kl lo Mcmphl: Wednesday. | E. C. Patlon flntl Matt Mom- Shan Jr., accompanied by Bente I Maiscy, of Caruthersville. attended j lo business In Memphis Wcdn.?sd»y. i he da yenferenco f the Woman's i Missionary society In the Ciirlstlnn . church are: Mesdnmcs John C. McHaney Jr., W. T. Barnett and '• M. T. Moon. j Mrs. Jim Meherg, of KennsU. i shopped here yesterday. . Mrs. Joe Karnes and Mrs. Henry j Woods, of Senalh, Mo., were vis- i Itors In the clly yesterday. Mrs. Jesse Brown, of Luxora, and daughter, Mrs. James Driver, 6( Osceola, were visitors here Wednesday. Mrs. George Hunt ley and Mrs. . Lpil Echol.s have retiirhed to Mem- . plils after a brief stay with Mrs. H. R. Brandon and other relatives..' Mrs. Ecliols formerly lived here. i E. C. Patton and Arthur Patton j are attending io business In points • of Missouri today. : Mr. aiid Mrs. B. W. Hayhes left I todny for their home In Branden- • burg, Ky., after a week's stay with ; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hayncs. Enroute ' home they will go to Paducah, Vy., : for n, visit. Mr. and Mu. George R. Crockett' and Mrs. Margarel -"H. ,Minor were : visitors In flrst of the. week. , ' j Mrs. H?nry Humphreys and Mrs. I Stephen H. Brooks are'spending \ loflay in Memphis. Wll ° aUcn<I tl imuol of the city hluii school at the First Preibyterlan church f rid ay ci.?nins win n?ar ;> resume of the games related by member;, of the team. Members C. the foclHwll team, tlvir firl Ir:c:iflh, official-, who par- tlclpaled In games hero 1 this season and members of the Girls Athletic Ass-clatlon will atlcnd the affair "'""ii by the Girls Athletic association, .; •'•?# Miss Mary Ellen Stevens, 'wiio/ar-' ranged the program and who will 1)2 tonstniidrcss, has announced the following program: Processional; piayer. CruwfTd Greene; In(reduction, toastml.Mrcss; Response, J. W. Rayd;r; "Atlra-tlBlni? the Game," Harold Nunn; "Pepping the Team," Miss Mauha Roninson;'Tne ''irk-Off," Robert Hums; "Calling Signals," J. T. Craig; "Interior- i-iica," Bernard McAfee; "Carrying the Ball," Tom Short; "Touchdown," Polo Craig; Music, Miis Eve Harwell: "Holding the. Lhie," Dub Colston; "Defense," George MuHhe'.s'.s; "Wutcr Boy Blues," Hubert Hnaga, Russell Blair and Ch.arbs Urogdon; "Keeping Time." Crmvfcrd Greene; "Backward Glances." Rondel Stephens; "The Men Who Play," Mi;6 Rosa ?,f. Hardy; "Captaincy," J. W. Eiiyder; ••Prelude," Henry Hudson. The captain for 1931 will be an- at the close of the ban- rinet. Miss Frances Parker and girls of the home economics de- Imminent are preparing the menu, Httlf -MoOH """ Hall announce (he blrlh of a son en |cembcr'4th. He has tsen IP -™ 1 * Ja "' es ' , \ Mr - and Mrs. H. L Ha\v and family mo 'ored to stable, Sunday. Immunization Program Has Kept Slaff Busy During Recent Weeks. I'l'ir.imliaf.oii .warns: typhoid small-pox and dlMiIherh WHE Ihe principal task ot the Mhsteippl <"i>nty lienlih unit durliis November, according' to Dr. A. M. Wash•i !'ii. Mio ie|jo:'ls lhat 1,232 r=r- £ons were vaccinated for these d'ls- eases during the 30 day period. In educational vrork three lee- Hire.' \v,?re given before a total of HO persons, isulletlns distributed numbered 725 am! 31 circular letters were written. Uiu'lnjj (he niontli (here wew 79 Inspections made ot food handling l-.a-.Tf, &d dairies. 09 r.rhnte prem- l-'f r.nd 24 public urcmlsM. Thirty-one can'.'j of communlca- We diseases were repented, visits to cases, carriers, contracts or suspect* .numbered 27, with 21 r.ise: belli* isolated rr quarantined. Considerable proguss was also made in cilld hygiene work. Prom '152 children examined. 128 were .defective. In fo'losving up the examinations 53 hcnie visits were made, parents were coir'.ilted and •2(i talks were mac!? to sch cl cla>-:- P=- • • Other activities inc:uded pre•.natal work, laboratory examlnn- ^tions, conferences, tubercular con- ;'.i'ol. and otitdcor sanitary improvements. _ Jim Bass was a visitor at Moon Friday. J. W. Portlock attended to busl- ness in Blythevllle Saturday. Among those who attended church services at Lone Oak Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sha- iH'yfeit.-egin Onejl, George Williams, Joe Portlock and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaneyfelt. Oliver Gray and Miss Addh Hampton . were Lone Oak visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pinley nipper o.' BiythcviHe have moved on th? Jim Bass farm in ,this community. 1 — M !l _ aml - Mf s-_V. E. Tomlhis::» youmtfogoin, Removal Sale In order lo reduce our stork (hat we may op ™ up - °"- '' ''•• Insr "" n bum " K '•••"•'y " J»n"«r. and Novell; ' ' Cat Slarls Fire DANVILLE, VA., IUPJ—A pet cat started the fire which destroyed (-e home of Travis Jeffries, negro fc.rme: 1 . Jsflrlcs was reading when ihe cat c?.w' H mouse. In leaping for the icdent, the cat upsst a iierosene lamp. The lamp exploded, stttSr.g the house on fire. According to a BrltUl'. dasigner cf diriglb!:s hugo passenger airships of the future will be caverect wllh something In thc nature of fenthcrs or scales to reduce wind resistance. Hospital Notes Jim Shaver, Manila, wfts arl-i milled to the Blythcville hospital; today. • . • i Womans Exchange Hand pninUd Christmas C ii r d s, Handkerchiefs, Pillows, WaslS"Baskets, Toys, Lamp Shades, Novelties, Pictures, Cakes, Cookies, and Brown Bread. Orders taken by phone 288 . A device Invented by a Unlvar- j sily of Nebraska scientist to -re- I cord the time required for mcntnl! reactions differentiates between j six different types of persons. j $6.00 Shoes to $5.00 $5.00 and some §6 Shoes to $4.50 Why p;iy more when you csn buy as -coed shoes f,,r ess mon «, ? WU to AAA to EEH, a ^od'assorUn ,1 « clics. All shoes will be properly fitteil. a ,,rt ea Mni t - l "- CO "f C ' i ' !n - <?r - ?l °"' lay Hosier >-- bfesses - Coals aid Millinery almost one-half price. Fresh 'new stick'to ^ClCtv iTODl. ' • ^ECONOMY SH0i» .Across Street From. Home Thr.ittr i ning. 7 o'clock, when 60 pected to alwnd iJfith-.J.-.F. .'i.. . - tojjtm'astar Iher, .• • • talk by tiie Rev <• Lutheran Pastor Will Discuss Commandments , c (.- -..r! . " Illc Ten Commandments" lft s-' thc tllcomc rtlscnsscd by J ' .,,o.y acr»oo« R h^ biythevilie hospital. Tlie'baby. v?ho welghci .vight pounds, has . i p.inVl Hem Uwlte. *-.'••-••: - • Poland, police were equipped racial coals and ElXtMs for prolcc- tlon. .. Xraas Parly. Mrs. P!^s : fccby will be hostess toyhe Ficiclls" Sunday school clasi ofi.the .Fir^t Ba'pitft chui-ch "Friday «V{ning for a Christinas jxuty.'-"A sp^ial enteriaiiiment is tjlng planned, t» begin at 7:30 o'«loek. - igll recent the Liixora RITZ THEATER Thursday and Friday A NtYv Wave Town! .Sec L^XORAy Ark. - In V%>'3 Wh«;contr»5t in ..., „„„„.„ nigh school ^the 'fc-!!ou-ln^ sludMits and facui»y ir.2rr,bw.i w»ri> chosen- prjttiejt girl, Mildred . Galyemv rianbomesl boy. ctias. Billingsri'; cutest girl. Orl«a Hire's: cutest boy. ! Chjis. Billingsly; iwa'cst girl. Btrdlt Pepr.entcr; ''"n?atfst"'boj:. catci .Jrtmei,; beit all round stri, MaBge P«Ti:'; boy, Tom Rye Seatpn; quIJtrel girl, Maxim Hail; quleiest b'-S, Woodrow Chaffin; witHest girl, Iris O'Nsal; mttlest boy, Tom Ry> Scaton; most ver<aillc girl, - Msdge Dav^s; most voreatSe boy, Dwr Garilqr; prettiest blond sirl, Bly»fceth.Lucas; Jiar.dsomsst blon* bo?,- Charles - Corchrnn, pratUost brnnette girl, Mildred Galycan; hafidMmest bruietls b-.y, Clias. Eil(lng_sly; liesl prl athlete, M iM r-- : l .ualyeari; baa. boy achlcl.?. Chas.i BIHlnsaly: most talented girl. Mad-' elrjo Majors; most talented boy, C. ' dr«l Majors; • bx-t'. bo»- student. tw-.' Chaff In, the hsndscmeit t of Iho facully, Prof. T. D. the mcsl arr.iobie girl, He!- '.JEdWynn : T>\c' l'erf»»t I-'iio (By arranjcmeiit Horcnz and Mrs. Horace T. Cnlp and Miss OUGHsT Rub on itirost; fclace fexrt on VMUtt OVER ff MILLION JARS USED YEARLY HOME THEATRE Last Time Today - Thursday Practical aifts of furniture to make the home hapnier and more cheerful! Card Sets Folding Table a n d i'otiv folding Chairs. In .colors. Splendid for Xmas rriv- ing. Only er woman stole my husband ' ••* _ do I deserve pity ...... or Mame ? OO...itlii'j happened to licr.too,-- R«>1 iliis woman's unllhiciiir.g con- Dcscrtecl by her liusband, for jwjion today. H« story is!fd ™ C We Who S«,od S,,ir a., J ap - , mother woman. She, the ideal *ifc! She, the^om/awhohact slaved and stnigglcd and sicri ' ihe love she l . Who is to blame - ficed! She, who had scofl'ea at when husbinds stray? WHcihcr you ' d:! 1 ? hold their. THE CKAZK 0 F T H B HOUK! Thc big cliin-nnd- grin boy making laughs an;l love. In .OL-- t a v u s Hoy Colie»'s wives wlib , < * , j Husbands love. And now... this. Ost asiJ. An object ofpitysnd scorn. DC- $ 10,000.00 Cash Every scrtcd by the man whom even now, she still loved. ocu ": inarncu. tins a:nj/mg trus stn:y will v'luvciinpriiucd an yourmirnU lesson '- io« "'ill never forger. Don't uriss ill' Iin.tpinr receiving $),uon.oo Tor a Toliow the Leader' with ' Rodders and Stanley Smilh . Also-.Com:dy and =,N»ws. Matinee—; O'clock—10-30c. Comhwl Ditccrly she thought of his last scornful r.-ords. "I'm through," lie lad tried. "I hope to heis'en I r.cs-erscc joa Again!" And lie had stormed nut of ihc room—leaving her trembling, white-faced, abandoned . . . Was it posiiblethal J-^wis to bhmc? S!;c Social Lion d Qaramowt Qictun , r*rf An(i?r.»oa, Torn most amiable Matinee £ : . NiglU— lo & a.v. Coming—Fricliy & Sniiui!^-, — Zatic '..Grey's "ROUPKi 1 LKGION". ..s still yotino, bc_.. tifui; ^. 1 o wife could luve been trucrto her Insbind. ''llcluiino (.nisc- -no light—io !c-ivcnic,"3hcsobb<:d. I!.it—perhaps she liiil r»;dc the one faul mis- lake that lus driven co-.inilcss hiisbantU inio other women's, aims. January month orjitiuary, Tnie Sto:)' M.IET- Sine will act;:ll[y DOUISLli tiie piijc ir.oncy pjij each month for siorltj rcpT«cn:inf; .in experience line lank i.i ynut life ot in tlie life of an JLquai.-.faacc. $10,000.Ofl in O'-h, ranj-.ini; from S5.0un.00 to 5250.00, will be atvarticJ einj r:*nil> for stories tint yo:i yourself can write, i'robjblj' you li.uc thought of.isuirythat !3 Fnihrallinfj V, Srarics From'c In This Diy Issue pivnrccMnn.-? lliciovlnfllcrOnn U'l:!i)in-<sllcrTrii:Scir> l.o\ein l : xi!c Nci Bvrnforlli« Wnmjn lie Ixiv.-J I MjrricJ jSp.-r<T;li[:!"i , \ . yo;nvoul d li kcto wt itc. Vv'iiy not put it on paper :>ru! send it in? i : ullpat(iaibrs in thc Litest issue of the Out Now! At AH Newsstands—Only 25 C Lounging Chairs Nnnisrous .new atyles of l.oumrir.g Cliairs with all the better types of tipholsterv. S50.9 5 to $6J5 Floor Lamps A beautiful display of new iloor lamps with Parchment or B c a il e d shades Kitchen Cabinets $19.75 Leonard Oil Range S38.85 Portable Talking Machines $4.95 to $15 Chi Ids Rockers 85c io $4.95 Childs Tluble Sets "$2.75 to $5 Radio Benches $1.95 to $4.95 Footstools $1 lo $5 Walnut Chests New in style; veneir- ed in matched Walnut. Full cedar lined. A special value at Smokers ~ Cabinets Smoke stands, some copper lined, all walnut finish, many nc'.v ?1.9o~lo $11.95 Bird Cages complete with stands-$3*35 Philco Radio 7 tube Baby Grand $68 Simmons Keautyrest Mattress $39.50 Fancy Wool Filled Comforts $6.95 to $14.95 .Parchment shade Davenport Lamp with Smoke Set Console Tables ('(••iisa'o Tiibh.s sluivvn in every new design nnd liuisli. Woiulci'- flll VillllCS a I Novelty Gift Mirrors $1.75 to $25 In a rsngc ot handsome styles, two of which are pictured above. Writing Desks, A beautiful di.-play of now writing desks, , > $29.95

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