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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 2, 1936
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEVn-LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNK 2, 1936 WEDNESPAV'S EVENTS | Mrs W J. Pollard having Wed- j •hes'day BrUgo c)ul>. j Sunbeams meeting First UapUw church, 4 p.'' m. D A R. meeting Hotel Koble, 3 I Pupils of Miss Margaret MoIttU *in miic at clly auditorium, » 'I'. M. . Bible Study, Church of Christ meeting will) Mrs. E. M. Huffman, "2 30 ]>m I UlURSDAyS EVENTS - Mrs JI. H. Houclilns entertaining Mid-week Bridge club. Mis Hiram Wyllo cnlcrlalnliiB -Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Contract, club mcclmi; vltli Mrs. O. W. McCulclicn. Pupils of Mrs. SUinrl H. Salmon and Miss Kalhryn Grear in recilil at First Methodist clwrch, 8PM. Pirptlv of Mrs. Frank McGregor in icclfil at high school imdiliir- Intn, 8 P. M. Bingo party, Catholic hall. 8 I'. M, Mis'.. C. C. Wood nml Mrs. ^Lina Jarboe, • hostesses. 1 Country club having bingo parly, . 8 P. M:" FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club, mccl- . liir; Hold Noble, 9:30 a. m. Ladies Bible olnss uiccllne at First Methodist cliurcli, 8 11,111. ;Miss Frances Fcncllcr Weds Ben Schneider The .wedding "of ' Miss Francis 1 1 endler. of Msnlln. nnrt Bon Ecncldcr, of Indianapolis, lud., will ' be solemnized nt five o'clock llils ' afternoon in Memphis. Ratbl , Harry . Ellolsnn will say llic riv.3 •> ritual nt his home In Hie prcs- 1 once ol members of the families '< : The btklc will \venr a tailored \ uiscinble of while ami navy, made , with » 'short cent, and her'ac- 'cessorics will be In the same ) shade. • nhlto . Her corsage orchids. • ' lie She 'will bo'-given In marviiiac bs Iier father, A. Fcndler, Manila, arid.''her. brother, Oscar Fcmllor, will serve the bridegroom as best man. Following the ceremony Scneider nml his bride will Elicits-of honor nt a dinner the- ' Twentieth • Century mom nf Ihe Hotel aiai'ldgc. Later lo- night lhey..will leave for a liouey. moon (rip to New Orleans and points of Texas for the Centennial. Upon Ihcir return lo Manila in two weeks. Mr. Scnoldcr , will lake- OH-i'^UJO,. rnaimgemch • of Mr. Fcndlor's"store and tlicj ' will make their home there. I Tlie bride hns lived wllh lie . paicnls at Manila for a iiiuube • of years. Her mother, her bra- Hams, .(hers, R. E. nnd Hen, and her Jean • uncle and auiii, Mr. and Mrs on. 'Max Ssittler nnd son, Irving, o ' New York ' city, will also alien . the wedding scrvics. Mr. Scneider. who hns bcm i •business at Indianapolis for ' oral years, received his later cdl • cation at Temple University, Phi adeiphia. He is Ihc son of M nnd Mrs. J. Scneider. * • e •Many Altenil Dance. Many Blytheville |>cop!c we •among the hundreds of gucsls o 'Uie "President" last night for "moonlight excursion • on Ihe M .sissippi river. The .boat doc'iccd •at Sans Souci and made a short Inn during the dance. . Among those from here .Were: •Mr. nnrt Mrs. O. C. Langston, Mr. 'and Mrs. 0. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillips, Mr. nnd, Mrs. lay Welch, Mr. and ..Mrs. Harry >VI. Haines, Oscar Fendler Spring Prayer I>y Helen Wclsliiiucr '"pllANK You, God, for spring again; 1 Green grass coming"]). Daffodils (lint guuril Ilicir Suiilighl in a cup. l IANK You, Cod, for limgltioncil days, i.iln and I he wonder And llic sound of thunder. r pi I AN K You for rose ircos, ami winds, Sweeter now am! lender; l''ui' tlic symphony'of praise All outdoor limits render. HANK You Ilial llic birds romclinni.'; 1 , Kor llic warm. bviBlil giving Of the swift pulse in the soul- Thank You, Coil, fov living! i>e on trucks in "hay-ride" fash leaving (he cliurcli lit 0:110 and Eddie Ciawirl, nssisinnls enmc here January 1, 1ms studied at (he Ernest Uclelier school of Los Anaoles, nnd who is a yriuliinlc of Imperial Ballet Schools of R«S .. number;; will I for bingo. Bits of News Mostly Personal Osccola Society — Personal Chuck Makes Marital Hit Morris O'liryant, of Chnrleslon. Miss., Is the ( ol )its. brother, 1'nt O'ljryunt, nnd Mm, O'Bry- inl. He will be here iinl.ll Frjclny Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Prlclc Jr., of Memphis, were guests of Mr. Pride's parents Sunday night on' ' '" In Mrs. J. P. Hlcronymus of At- lunla. HI., Is the guest of Mrs. George Dickcrson. Mrs. L. M. Crockett hjs re- lumed from a two months' visit, M'ith her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hurt- slatlcr hi lAibbock. Texas. Mrs. J. Paul Balrd and clill- dreii, Joann and Barbara,.of Uy- crsburg, Tciin., arrived today Joi n two weeks visit - with her parents, Mr. aiul Mrs. John R. Miller. Bruce Ivy transacted legal bus Iness in Harrlsburg yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George II. Dec me the parents of a scveii-poum girl born at • their home carl Monday morning. She has bee mimed Emily Carroll. Mr. am! Mrs. D, M. Moore an route home from a brief vixil I'icdmonl, Mo, Mrs. a. S. Barnes and son James, Miss Sara Nunn, Mrs. fiunily spent Bundny with friend Edith McCool nnd her niece, Marvin; Lnxora. Adah Robinson; will leave tomor-S The Jewish Ladles Aid soclcl row for Annapolis, Md., where llicy will spend the summer. Miss Margaret Rogers, of Memphis, spent the weekend with her mcle, Ross D. Huches, and fam- ly. Mr.s. M, G. Goodwin and her Mrs. A. B. Fowler," rc- urncd Sunday from Jlalls, Tciin., they were wllh their broth- ei and son, who wus seriously I}1 rom pniMLinbnia, but who is how Ma. iniicli better. Hnrnwn Taylor ami John n nre in Memphis loday. II. Hlghfill went to St. Louis g^ loday to ntlcntl to business 'until Saturday. Mr. mid Mrs. Floyd While and I wo sons spent Svmitixy In Memis. Mrs. Josiah Fort and children, nf Clurksvllle, Tcnii., nvrlvcd yesterday to .spend several weeks with Mrs. Fort's mother, Mrs. T. J. MaVmn, nnd family. Misses Gladys and Elvn Marian and George and Edgai Schmidt, of St. Louis, were Biiest will entertain their members nn friends with n bingo party In th Progressive el 1 .'.* room nlRhl. John Blntord White arrive home Saturday Irom Rome, On where he Is a student in'the Da llngton school. Mr. nnd Mrs. f. E. Tpmpkh diove to Jackson. Tenn., last Fi day for Ihelr daughter, Miss Joy Tompklns. who his Jjccn, alien liiB Union University. Morris riubcnstchi and Joe Clay Young of Lake City spent Friday w|lli their parents here and attended . the centennial celcbra- ion. Mrs. Harry Driver conducted the devotional nt the monthly. busl ness meeting of the 'Christian Workers at the church yesterday nflernoon. Committees were pointed and menu pjamicd the Civic club luncheon to lield Thursday. A surprise birthday party was given last night, honoring Mrs. W'. A. Butler and Mrs. C. I/ Moore, at the home of Mrs. J. as traded by Ihc Cubs lo Ihe Phillies and llic iadv ol' his choice. rJis. Mary lorpcy Reunions-Made Easy For Kansas Family KINGMAN, Kansas IUP) — It ckccn't rciiuirc much cilort lo get the I'.raiEim fiuiiily toaetlicr for n reviiloii. Tlie 10 living eliilclren cf Mr. and Mrs. It. '!'• Denlson all were belli in Kansas. Ttt-u cf Ihe children live '.it home. The oilier ciijlil. all nnv- ricd. liave cstnblishal homes willi- !u a 3C!-:ni!c radius cf the Ilen- i.-.cii. cslate. The grandchildren number IM. Courier Nev:.s Classified Ads Pay. Punish Chills and Fever! To conquer M:ihri:l, you must do (wo tliiiKS. (I) IVshov the mlcilioii in llic blood. (2) Umlcl lip tlic lilooil lo over- . I come the effects anil to fortify :is;mi5t |l| 1 further ivUack.There is one medicine tliat lines llic;c two UiiiiRS anil Hint is drove's TaslclosJ Chill Tonic! Tiic la=lclc5S quinine in Grave's Tameless Chill Tonic dc- tlroyi tin." ni;il:'ri;il infection in Ihc blooil v;biic the iron liuiMs np tlic bluod. Ttion- saniU of ^collie li:ive coiumcrcil Malaria '.'-ilh tlic :tid of (Srovc's Tastelcis CiiiU Tcinc. In lulitilion to being a noted rcm- (•(iy Cor Malaria, it is also an excellent iciiic of general use. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant lo lute .nnd con- 1 j tains nolliinf; i»:tini[ul. Ivvrn children iike it .iiul llicy can lake it safely. For sale by all drug slorcj. Now lv;o sizes—50c aiicJSI. The SI size eonlahri ?'/, limes as mucli :i5 the SOc rizc anil g'.vei you 2S% more for your money. ol their cousin, Russell or the weekend. They'.went to Sciirlock. In the games ami con- Vcmphis Saturday night to dance j tests prizes were won by Mrs. abecc.k, Palsy (Slnudemrijycr, can Hcardcn, Earn l.ou McCi't- icn, Sally Mnlliis. Lafclra May. city Ann Cnmr.bell, Nancy Ann iighcs, Carolyn OwnHncy. Evelyn ordan, Mary Lynn Jacksnn, Pejgy "popei'nBqlty Black, Chester Cnld- •cll. Ai)ri Volimnr. Doinin YVuml- rlieh, Sophia Sen!, Carolyn Child, Rulli Blnnkcnsbip, Dick Flelcher, teve Ralph, Randolph Smith, Ohnrles Henderson, Jimmy Wil- Evclyn Jean Pigs, Hetty Billy Sue Andcr- Daiiehower, Jane o'clock. Ka///.0(is In ('aiiiti. Twenty members Co lemon, Frnnces Cooper. Mnrilymi Decii, Nftticy J nrilow, Donna l.ou Glazier, Mnry .oil Joyner. Kcnnetli Berry, Billy Wilson, i-ov-is Lynch, Hntvy Hnincs, Sieve Brooks. David Sylvester, Viv- inu Mcorc. Marjorie Mayo. Mary Elizabeth Thome, Ruth Morgnu, Virginia Lee liesl, Betty norow- sky, Marjorie Smith, Ruth- I'an- nell. Dorothy Crawford, Ruth Pat- Icrson, Anila Hlc'Kinan. Coiislnnct Dciilon, Jackie Mnghce, June Tauncb. Kitty Lou Turner, Jane Borcwsky. Parllne Ulm, Hull Rhodes. Uuby Nell Ogle, Wyiieltc •hcphcrd, Rnlli Williams, Mnry Howard Suite, Earl Brantlcy. Ad- olc George, Anne Driver, Rosclyn Strong, Put Dniichower, Patricia Clilld. Mnry Ann Parks, Peggy Flcemtm, Anna Merle Masscy. B=t- Raraoos club of Ihe clly high school have ROUC lo Hardy for ft week's vacation. Tlic, boys will return Sunday. * * * \V. M. K. Meets. The Woihcn's Missionary society ot (lie Second Baptist cliurcli met al Ihe cliurcli yesterday afternoon 111 13 members and two visitors Irs. James Oxford and Miss Ger- nldluc Carter, present. The devo- ionnl was conducted by Mrs. A S. Jolly nnd Mrs. Earl Wnlkci ircstdcnt, presided, nt tile busi less meellng. Mrs. "T. I. Sen cd the Bible study. nt the Peubody Hotel. Bill Morse, who recently hndo'r- opcnition lor nppcndl- citk at the Memphis Baptist hos- \nobably be Viiought home tomorrow. Mr.s. J. W. pale, of Carillliers- patient at llic' Memphis Methodist hospital? W. D. Tedroy. ol :; Carulhci^- rille, was taken to'-the Memphis Methodist hospital .yesterday. ; - Mnry Ann Smith Is nt the Mcjn his Eye, Ear, Nose and Throiit cspilnl. of Ihe lied M | SS n S j imc McAdams an Nancy Klrshnor were In Mempiil •e-slcrday. Mrs. Virginia Oaicr nnci he ,randson Whitney O/ier spent yes crday with Mrs. Oder's sou nii( Mr. nnd Mrs. elms. I Itnrry Driver and Mrs. George Dailies. Visitors were 'Miss Myra Mae Naming, Miss Vivian Fnirley nnd' Miss Julia Mae MorrLson. 0|il Loom Aids Sluilcnls IBERIA. Mo. lUP)—Miss Sylvia Pembcvlon teaches weaving in the local schools with a loom built by her great-grandfather. Sleepy Patrolman Must Sillily TOLEDO (UP)—When Patrolman Alfred Kinn was fcimd sleeping en di'ty. City Manager J°h' N. Edv suspended him for 30 days t agreed .la- spnt t^c suspfii- on in halt if the palro'.man could i:w n sallsfaetory examination i police (iiilie.'; fitter glifs study. Tlic cily urnishcd the books. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parr, Mr. Reidman. Margaret Dumns, Ro- Dell Members Attend Baptist School Here Thlrty-clRhl niembers ot the tinliiinj! imioiis of Ihc First Baptist diurcli of Hell were iirescnt Inst night for the opening of the (ininini! school sponsored by the Dnsinr-a-, Union of the First Baptist church of (his city. Classes will be conducted each night ol , .. _.. .this week and llic Rev. Alfred ty Jean Flcsman. Dnvid Sylvester, 1 Carpenter will yrcach in the Sal- Dim Cnldwcli. John Beardcn, ""' -" Tommy Sylvester, Nancy Driver. Anne White. Olive Wnlil, Sylvia Ozlcr. Ken Garrison .spent tlic week end in Memphis. Miss Mildred and Hnl Moore who attend the University of Mis sisslppi. Oxford, arc rtt home no* Hal plans lo leave Sunday fo Myrtle Beach, S. C., where lie lo be employed with John Me Dowel!, also of here. Mrs. George M.'Hunt hns goi to Nashville, Tcnn., lo visit f i week and then to Atlanta, Gn Tor a month's stay. Miss Sam'JO Little, who atten Ihc University of Mississippi. O fort!, has arrived home. Her f llicr, Tom Little, motored down i her. Dr. and Mrs. L, H. Moore m family visited relatives In Kc and Mrs. J. Ernest'Hasson. Mr.Ucrt.i Flormm. nnci Mrs. L. G. Nosh, Mr. and Mrs.|-Junnit« McMiiiiin. W. T. Barnctt, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- cr, Baba Stewart, Ham Graci land Green. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman. Eddie B. David. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. McCutclien and daughters. Miss Betty Lou nnd Sara Lou, Kny Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McHnncy, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunninf.nm, Mr. nnrt Mrs. •W J. Wunderltch, Mrs. Estclle Cocke Vollmer, H. .Hifilifill, Mrs. Frank Highfill of Keiinclt. Mrs. John Miles Miller, Miss Hazel Har- ain, Mack Woolen, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harwell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Nichols. Mr. and'Mrs. C. M. Buck and their guest, Mrs. Harry Brawn, 6! Tucson, Ariz.. Mr. and Mrs. P. L Engler, Robert Baxter, Jack Finley Robinson, Miss Louise Dobyns, John Holland, Miss Mnrtlw Lee Hall, Jimmie Tipton. Eddie Saliba. Travis Brool:s. James Hunt. Harold Sudbury, Miss Anita SlracXc, Bill Crow, S. P. Lee, Miss Madeline Kcllcy of Steele, Aubrey Burris, Miss Mildred Ixju Hubbard. Herman Turner, Miss llary Virginia Cutler, Miss- Annie Lau- Ooyner. Dorothy Crnwlord, Virginia I.ce Best. Betty Di'mns, Ednu Lee Ford. Harold Nathan Rosen- urday nigbt service which will climax Ihe week's work. Miss Pearl Lee Is llic teacher for Ihe Juniors nnd is using the Jmw Martin.! book "Bible Heroes." Miss Mar- Virginia Wheel- giirct Prultt Is leading the study ccurse for the Intermediates nnc is using the book "Trflining h Chrislinn Service." Miss Clara Belle Kililon of Ihe Second Bap- Ihnl, Joan Lauey. Dilslc Diilimon. list cliurcli ot this city is til leader of (be Seniors in the boo! "Senior B. Y. P. U. Administrn Hon.". Milton Graham, general di rector of (be school, ts lc.idin the inspiralionnl period followin Hie .study hour. ! Alice Williams, Betty Ann Edrington. Belly Gwaltney. Flavin Driver, Frances Liveianl, Brtty Jenn Wunderllch, Ruth Murino and Anne Turner. Auxili.iry Has I'usiiicis i>Ic?ling. Meeting of tlic Womnn's Auxiliary of liic first Presbyterian church will be held nl 4 o'elorl: on Monday nflcrnoons (liroi:3h the summer mouths, decided ,\t. n business mseUns yesterday nflcniMin nt the church. The Cause secretaries gnv? the!: reports c.t the month's activities. * * * U. A. K. Members lo Mlenti Vitnir r'rirtnj. B'nni B'rith Meeting Postponed for a Week T.UXORA, Ark. — The B'n I'.'rith meeting, scheduled to ' held here Thursday. June 4, hn been positioned until Tlnirscln Juno II. It will be held nt tl I home ol H. Kucrtz. Calumet News r. and Mrs. J. H. Gaincs are e'i parents of a 0-pcuml dniyh- !r,''phlo Gertri'rtc. born May 21. My.''nnd Mrs, P. D. Ford are c' parents of n 0-pound daugh- r, Normn Gene, horn May 22. Miss Elizabeth Andrews i:» icnciing this week with her sis- e'r, Mrs. C. E. Gntcwood, nt nrdwcll, Mo. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Zcb Gaincs run Irs. Frank Kcsier, of Drivel Grove, were guests Sunday o Ir. a^id Mrs. J. H. Qaines. Lltllc Alice Ann Lcdbettcr i 1 wllh colitis. Clinrles Richardson was til ucst of Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrc J hlllips of lilytlieville Snturda ilghl. George E. Springer, of Drive Grove, wns tlic gi'est Sunday o ils grnndfntliev, G. A. Hall. CAKI) OF THANKS We wish lo extend our sincere d licarlieU tlmnks to ail alivcs nn<l friends for thci npnthy ns well ns for the beau »l Ilornl oUcrlngs tendered i the lime of sorrow niui ivcinent caused by Hie death o ir beloved husband nnd fnthe errel Boonc. Especially do ank the Rev. Benuvil and Re arir.on Holt for their prayers an ords of consolation, also the Rhj c- quartet for the sweet son pmlercd nnd W. H. Stovall, in erlaker, for his friendly and e client services. Mrs. Jcrrcl Boonc Junior Boouc, son Ellis Boonc, father Mrs. El lone Carnell. sis 'Mrs. Neva Brewer, ststi Russell Boonc, brother. uclt. Mo., Sunday. Sir. ami Mis, J. L. Thompso of Memphis, nre here for inrt visit wilti Mr. . and M vigh Nelson Thompson enroll om n five weeks business Irip Rli Mississippi, to iwints of .issourl. Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Russell liilllps, Mrs. A. G. Little and Irs. C. W. Afllick were In Mem Ills Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson liompson and sons spent the , : cckend In Memphis with Mr. iioiupson's relatives. •. Miss Men Conncll returned to icr liome in Rulevillc. Miss., Sun- biy after spending three weeks vltli Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Stevens .net Mr. nud Mrs. C. H. Hall and vai, Sheldon. Pete Valentine and, Bob Johnson motored down for icr. Monument Erected In Apple HARR1SBURG,. Pa. (UP)- -Grea statesmen, whose memories a preserved by monuments, ha' nothing on the apple. A mom ment hns been erected to Pennsylvania apple, the "York In licrial." on the fnnn of Henry Schmidt, near York. It marks Ih spot where stood the tree on which {his apple was dc\ eloped. forl- KIDNEY and BLADDER DISORDERS Arc Guard apainst disorders hy lakliif Icrinn's, Fowler Druif Store, lilpli-; vay Cut Kate, Kirby Drug Slmc, Main Cut Hale, r.obinson Drug , Itlyllicvlllc; Lewis Pliiirmncy, l; Cooler I'hannacy, Cooler and Htlland; Stewart & Stciv.irl, Alanila. . . . I '•• t'-V Laboratories, Ine., Mcmltl'is I'Ott DISTINGTIVK IJEAUTY SERVICE Call 100 IIKAUTY SHOI' Ingram BIdg. Why Gulf makes a new Gas for June IilAho Youllis Aillfl! POCA1ELLO, Ida. (UP)—Since ci'ganizalion of the national youth movement In Idaho, more than 2,000 youths have been placed in private employment and 4,700 ar3 being helped through school or to get \vork. TOt) LATE TO CLASSIFY I'uv (:I,OTIIKS NOW: Pay ovt of your boinus. C:i:o. !»1UIK, Tailor 201 N. 2nd Many of Ihc old departmental liilatellc issues of the United ry, Dick Rcirisma." Fred Matthews Tlie program Clarence Webb, Leo Lintzenich, '-'"'' - '-' Hal Moore, N. B. Mcnard, Misses-Frances and Virginia Little, B. Heath nnd Blan Heath. 9 • * To Have Dance Revue. Dance pupils p(' Miss Margaret Mcflilt will be presented in a revue; nt Osccoia. tonljlit. al Ihe high school auditorium, and here Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, at the city audiloriurn. Music will be furnished by Colb Stoltz and his orchestra will Miss Lotilsc Turner, studio ac ccmcanisl Tlie program, whicl \j)ll Iwve 100 pupils ol Blythe \ille, Osceola, Luxora, Manila Lfnchvllle, \VHson and Steele h It, wlli be featured with a wall Fifteen members of the local D.\ '•'" Illll '" t lf A. R, chapter will attend the pic- °';' llt '-' i cnmmanu ni; to be Blvcn Friday altcrnoim s °" lus o( tllls , c ™ at Gi-Mcr park bv Ihc Willlani wl ; olc ' arc c » nsl< ' erctl 11lu . "" Strong chapter of 'the D. A. H. ! gunblc by U. S. collector^ ,'l,. most to no mosi begin nt !i 'clock and this will be followed. sy a picnic supper, * » • Daughter Horn. A daughter was born Sunday .0 Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Tliotnp-1 son. of Mcmnhts. at the Memphis j Melhodist hospital. Tlic baby I .elghs eight and a half pounds. Mr. Thomson formerly lived here. To Have Fish Fry. Tlic Young People'""^Department ol the First Bapllst chnvo.h will have a "fish fry" al Uig Lake Thursday nirjhl. Mrs. W. JI. Wtl Hams is superintendent of this department and the teachers of the classes nre helping with the arrangements. Transportation will . D . oc i rv fnr and HAKSH-E.T ior High ot Carlic.P»5ler T»Mrl» No'iirnsv (';u»r»:>ifcii'«lt in.! sRrclive or ni^nr,- LsrV A<lc for lhc<c iMcls by name —Atl.lMIN ESSENCE OF GA111.IC- y»>sl«y Tablet]. Tno sins, SOc and 11.00. For sale by Kirby Bros. Drug Co. in.ECllllO * ACBTVI.ESK WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE MIMKOGRArniNO DUSINESS ,t POLITICAL LF.TrERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, cheap & quick Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis J. Little Hale Kldfj. HOT COFFEE SERVE!) WlIEllKITS COOL Have your mid-mnrniiig cup hi the AIR- CONDITIONED Diuins noo'm nt HOTEL NOBLE F R E E .Wednesdays Only I'lT.I, IIKI.ICATKSSKN LINK Chrr-.srs for all tastex <:"!(! Mr.tUs of any kinil Vniii Juire ,t OhiBcr Ale KHIBII YARD EGOS DAILY I'ICKARD'S (iltO. >t MEAT MARKET I'lioui- U7S-We Deliver Iflll ChickasaKba PHONE 10 Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 2:30 P. M. HIM Chlckasawba 1N8THUCT1ONS FRKE OR HERS TAKEN RDR "BERNAT" YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper M'-s. A. C. Haley Phone 792 Your choice of ;i Haircut . , • or Sol. (Bring your own pins) BEAUTY" SCllOOJ Next. Door to Klaiuc Beauty Shop SPEEDWAY Come see why we're selling "em fasti At our low prices nobody else gives you such fine, big, burly (ires ns our latest Speedways wilh nil Ihcsc Goodyear Safely features: -THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF SAFETY with lough, sure- gripping, center-traction tread chat gives longer non-skid mileage. -BLOWOUT PROTECTION IN EVER V PLY because of patented SUPERTWiST cord-more resilient, more enduring than _, n tvJt'/--''fc7/A $&.. ... „. cord. Come in, get tiresyou can trust, and s.ave money here, too, TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Blytheville, Ark.

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