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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1936
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) cdUMEK NEWS' u Social Calendar ; THURSDAY'S EVKNT3 fyrs, H. 11. Hoiichins entertain- al1 ,cr' KflH-Wnrl- Rrtdlm rtnh ; ' C. of Memphis, houscsucst of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, Mrs. A. Cnmilnfiham, Mrs. A, a. ,. b . Mld-Wcck Bridge club. Mrs. Hiram Wylle . entertaining Thursday Bridge club. • —.-- - ••* ...n Thursday Contract club meeting Mrs - Thomas, second tilijh, amoiiB with Mis. 6. W.' McCiitchcn. ''" "'" K ' " ' IJuplls of Mrs. Stnnit H. Salmon and Miss Kalhryn Grcar in recital at First Methodist church, 8 T. M. .Itlle and Mrs/ Everett n. Gee. Mrs. Floyd White iron first, and he club members and Mrs. Cun- ilngham received the award. ' » • » (wish AM'.lo Have ilinco Pupils of Mrs. Frank McGregor The Jewish AW society in ^recital at high school auditor- ~- — - '-'' ' ••••'' him. 8 P, M. Bingo party, Catholic hall, 8 P. , M.-Mrs. C. C. Wood., and Mrs. Laura Jurboe.' hostesses. .' ' " Country club hitvlng blngo-parLy, 8 p. M. • •'.-. FRIDAY'S EVENTS sponsor, a bingo jinrty Thursday ileht at the Osccola club rooms, t 8'o'clock. ., , i •.' * • • •" ?bn.ijiliinrnt Hrlitc-Iilicl. " • . Miss Marian Coolcy, whose,marriage to Ijlsliicr lica:;, of. Wilson, will be solemnized.' next Tuesday, "r . -.—•.", . u m uc soieinnizca nexi Tuesday Democratic- Women s club meet- wns gl , cst ofrhoiior iit a party B lv Jlote obe 9 Ine Hotel Noble, 9:30 a m Ladies IMblc class meet Ing at Firtt Methodist church, 8 p.m. Mrs Roland Green having bridge party, for Miss Marian Coolcy. Fcrnicr-iBlylhcvillK Student IVins Honor Jiuimle Thompson, .-son, of Mr. • and Mrs. J. L. Thompson who lived; here milll a few years ago, lias : been elected president" of tlic student body of Ihe University of Tennessee Medical school at Memphis for next year. This includes the; dental nnd nursing us well ns the medical school. Jinimic, who is a sophomore In the dental .school, is the first lower class student lo win this honor, which has gone to seniors, for many years. * * * Has Birthday I'arty. Seventeen little friends helped Betty Jane Perkins celebrate her seventh blitlidny Snntlny afternoon with a picnic on the inwn of her home at Gosncll. Games and stories were enjoyed before refreshments. Mrs. Will . Perkins assisted her daughter In : serving. . ' '-. , f i •.. • To Have Kccllali' Mrs. Frank L McGregor will pre- sent'her. piano pupils In a free recital Thursday' 'night at the auditorium when they will be- assisted by Lawrence Hood, ,. soloist. these,. pupils will participate: Gloria Martin,. Josephine Shiblcy, Maxlne irarris. nelly Ebcrtit, Billy Jsan, Abbolt, Wanda Smith, Odie Jeanne '-. Copeland. Mary Lynn Beiyv Lilliun Bnich, Evelyn Slilb- . Icy,; ', Ja,cki= Cridclle, Aline Cr.iw- / ford,, Piftillne -Brogdoii;' Vlrgfc'i Mne AbBo'lt,--:* pcrolhy Rylce, 'Belly .Jeanne . McGcc, Billy Sclnriuck. Malderinc 'liichcy, Frances Wade, Mildred Whistle, Virginia Johii- '' Eton, E. T. Crlrfrfle, Dorothy Ad- ccck," Beth. Tiip.Sjpsph, L-nelle Abbolt, Gloria Mae Yarbrough. Oer- vis; Capps, Maxlne'" draw, Onit'a Fritchard, Minnie Taylol, Lucile Russell and Rosalie: Russell. -; - •''•.- - * '• : + ', •';+ : Mclliodisf Women Have Program" iltccl. A brief program , was given nt thj meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of Ihe First Methodist chiTch Monday afternoon, at the church. y.-, _ _-.,..., Harry w. Haines gave the bulli: tin; and the devotional was con ducted by Mrs. A. c. Ilnlcy. . Shower, for I'aslor The Rev. Maurice H. Howe!! of ub this week. At the fame (line she entertained Miss Ellicl Unuin in Tuesday afleiiiooii by Mrs. "t'rcil Warren, Mrs. K. M. Terry and Mrs. K I). Ferguson. The affair was . n't the Terry home which hiul been decorated in keeping'wllh the bridal iiuiilf, A wedding bell of white carnations mid ferns huiig from Ihe celling iii •in alcove of the living room, where Coolcy received tlic 35 guests Bouquets of MvecCpe.iSA larkspur and. baby breath were used iii' llic living and dining rooms, AnoUief' especially attractive arramjeminf was carried" out, in the mantel dec-! oration \\-icrc a miniature bride' and bridegroom stood In Ihe-center ol a large gold weddhig ring .Miss Marjorlc Warren - rend n p=em before mrsciuiiiR Ml ss coo- ley wllh an nsioitmcn^'of Rifts.' Miss Marlha Was'iilnini and Miss Warren served' Ihc refreshments of slicrbel and wlillc .wedding hell cakes, which were trimmed In pink bows, The bride-elect's, plate iva; nmrked with a tiny bride and bridegroom-and favors for The .other etiests were tiny Rolit slippers. • 4 - » « liiixlisl Women llavc Social siccl. ,Thc 51 who attended Ui» meeting of ;ihe'.:wqnlmr« 'Missionary Union of. the First nnvitlsl church Monday afternoon, nt (lie 'churcii enjoyed a'social mc,ellng. after a brief program aiid bushir-ss session ; Mrs. .Alfred Carpenter told of the work In the Vacation liiblc school, now in session, nnd Mrs. Waltei Bishop ottered -prayer before the business session, presided over by Mrs. .Leslie Moore.' - '•' The hostesses, Mrs. l,loy ; | stick- mon. Jfr.s. I'rie9(lore Login, Mrs M. C. Qutlnw, Mrs. K. P. Hardln Mrs i! t. h^^.^,,,,,, A , rs A|!|j? . course ,,wlth. iced "ten. ''' P • *" '" * t • flircrs Inslallrd. 0/llcers of the study, group of (he Woman's.Mlsslonary Council of the I; ret Christian church were Install- impressive ceremony whldi featured the meeting Mcmrlay nft- crnoon, at- the churcb. -Mn Carroll B. Cloyd used 1 Ihc colored iap- ers for the ceremony in which C n C: ;! new ollicer lighter "her' taper as n symbol In taking uj> her work. These ofllccrs arc: Mrs c A Taut, president; Mrs. John'cMc- Haney. vice-president; Mrs w W Shaver, sscrelnrv; Mrs. j. c. Bills o I.oC'ii Women Niiincd Hostesses 1 To Mrs. Kooscvcll Mrs. n. A. l.ynch, stiite preslrtent of the i'. K. O, CiMcrhond, anil Mrs. James :n. clark, stale director of Ihe Children of Die Confederacy, arc among the hostesses selected lo entertain Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt wlieii 'she comes lo Hot Springs on Wednesday. June 10. Mrs. E. W. Frasl, only woman mem- ber'of the executive 'committee or the. Arkansas i Centennial Commission,' Is In charge of the ulfair. The hostesses will be heads of Ihe women's organizations In the slate. five hundred Arkansas women nro. expected to attend ihc affair, the mvllnllons having ijccn iFsued .'l>y the hoslesscs. The breakfast will to followed by an informal reception lo meet Mrs, noosevcll, and Mrs. vell will llien Join Ihc president for Ihc remainder of llic May's 'activities in not Springs, nockport and Little Rock. Luxora Society — Personal Bus ol News Mostly Personal Miss I'aiilinc Rcvlerc left for Memphis Monday to enroll in Miss Wylle'.s School of Business Misses Maey and Anlcc' Esciie of lilpicy. Teiin., have rcUirned licme after a. week's visit with Mrs. Lallah Lynch, Mr. and Mrs Chas. Corkrnu, and the family of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch, of Osccola. , «. A. Wise, Misses Norn nnd Jane Wise motored to Memphis Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs Will Wise, who Is a patient .-in' the Biipllst hospital. Mrs. Alvln Wnmlcrltch tmd daughter, nettyc Jean, of Mem- lilils. ivere dinner gue'sts of Mr and Mrs. liussell ho wen Tuesday' evening, Bettyc Jfcan appcafrcd In two danclni; numbers Grcc'la nnd Prcnch, in the daneliiK revue of Miss Moffitt at Osccola Tuesday niglit. »r. Clay I. Hiisdon, the B.T.u. Hctri worker of Tennessee, preached at the nionihig worship )ioin for Ihe Baptist congregation. Blnn .Maxwell, of Memphis v/ns « Kiiest in .(h Q t. P. Ficmmliur home Sunday morning. Thirteen boys were eligible to i;o on the fishing trip offered by the Rev. L. P. Fleming in the contest of the "Fishermen rBoostci IN In memory of my clear husband. Mr. Henry Spain, who ric parted this life June 3rd, in25. Days of sadness still come ovei me..' Sacred (cars nf,ien flow Still aching are the hearts thai Imcd you., and want you so. Sadly missed by your wife an<l fniully, Mrs. lillla Spain. IL int cmircn. . •••"-• .^-i-^uiiy; Airs. j. Q Kills Mrs. W. V. Womack opened the- ^ lnlrm »n of Ihc missionary•'group-' ij:o'gra;.-n with, a prayer, Mk , s - L °- Weslbrook, chairman oi Harry W. Haines gave the bnlli- tllc 8">td. . - - . guild. . - - ' .""""'"" Mrs. j. C . Ellis.announced the appointment of these ofllcers for uuvi,<t U j «iio, i\. »j. limey. , • -------- • * "* Mitiai: Olliv.t,rH H>r The businr.w sc.sslon was pre- , Broup: Mr.s. Irby Basinger. cull Elded over by Mrs^ Rilcy B. Jones Mcrcl!(r y; Mrs. .). r>. Smith, 11- presidcnt. ' v " . brariaii; Mrs. Shaver, secretary '•• ' Mrs. W. o. . Giicrln, treasurer " " . . , " rs - MeHauey hail the dcvotiou- "' °" '"" c ">etno "Finding H K Los ' The Rev. Maurice H. Howe!! of °" " c >etno "Finding H K Los- Manila, .who has served as pnstor l'i s wttl ? thc ' s ? rl nt«rc taken from for the Church ol Christ at Lc- Wlc l 2ath verse 'of Mnlthcw in. panto for, the past year, Avas given Por the, program oil "Something a shower by members of t - °°"e llL Por »«<! Found" ^r a shower by members of the congregation Sinv/iy night foilowinB his final service. He received n large number of gifts in appreciation for his wort;. The Hev. Howell win enter evangelistic, work this summer and is lo conduct, his first., revival in Memphis. i •.'' * • Picnic Given Mr. and Mrs. JEESC H. Webb cn- tcrlalned ten couples with a picnic supper lavl ijisht in Ihe' back yard of their home on West-Ash Bt. ' parbecucd pig, beef ribs, and corn beef featiired the supircr menu scrcvd On a large 'picnic table. . • Later" games w_er'e played. ' » • * '-••.: Daughter Born A daughter was born Sunday to I Mr. and Mrs. Scott Alley at" tlie Jamily home on Highway 61. The baby, who' weighs nine pounds,. has been named Bobbie Jo. Before her marriage Mrs. Alley , was Miss : Katherinc Keith. -. . * < - • 'Enltrlains Cluli nndlance roses and other early -summer flowers mlderl a gay note Mrs. Elton W. Kirby's' home when she had the Tuesday Bridge FULL DELICATESS Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY PACKARD'S. GKO. &. MEAT MARKET Phone 673—We Deli\er 1014 Chlcka-^awba - -.. iinrt round," ^frs. Gordon BiTjird, (he leader, was assist cd by Mrs. Ollle Foslcr. Mrs j"c-- «I Lowe and Miss Margaret sliav- er. who gave a rending , . Mrs. Edith McCool presided he in session in which she S1 i.,t, cr rron , Mrf . er, slate secretary of. the mls- " n 5tll , rt ' V - erc "' p - Mrs ' '^"oo 1 the closing prayer. HBAUTY SERVICE Call Ids ' M.MtGAKK'PS- • BKAJUTY SHOP • Ingram Bids. HOT COFFEE "j . SERVED WHERE !T'S COOL • Ha va your mid-morning cup in the AIR .CONDITIONED Dining Room at I HOTEL NOB LEI WHY BUY ' AN ELECTRIC , REFRIGERATOR?. | RENT Your Favorilc Refrigerator From BROADWAY SALES CO. til S. Hroadway FORISc PER DAY MlMKOnilAPniNG BUSINESS & POLITICAL LETTERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, clienp & quick . Veterans Service Work : A|l Kinds Ulank Forms Curtis J. Little Hale Bldu. Mr. mid Mrs, Elton W. Klrby are In Pnrngould today. Mr. iinrl Airs. H. C. Cm-man and daughter, who were here for a short time, have gone to Jackson, Tcnn., to .nmke their liomc,' Mr. Carman having been trans-' tared by (lie Kroner Company.' .1. Morris Moon has returned from ,ii two weeks vacation on n bout (rip lo Havana, Cuba, and in New York .city.'He was awarded the trip In -n radio sales cou- U ' sl - - • • ' I !'Mi ; Mrs, ,w,' F, : CoolCy .returned' lo her home In joiner last night nft- -•r siieiAllng. several days with her liarcnts, Mr! --and Mis. M.- T. .Moon. . : : .MH.V •• Usrcy jr., altcndcd (.hn Chi Ome(!ii dance at the Hotel Peiibudy Memphis -Monday nlBiit, Mrs. J. A. I*ech and Mrs. Scl- na Ixinlz Morrison motored lo Memphis this afternoon lo meet .vlr. Lccuh and- Miss 1'eggy Me- I Cnr-l \«li.) arc returning home' iom.n live months world cruise,-' >nu Mra.'U. 1'. Moss,, who is «-•* ^irnliig. homo: from } New ..York 1 "ly where" she spent the past month. •••-••: . Misses Patty Simile, Mnrgaret Xcck .nnd Mary Spain Usrey will irrive home Friday from. college.' Miss Shane, who attends Vassar U PoiiBhkceixsic, N. Y., l s relm n- ng home by the .wny ' of St.' Charles, Mo., where. she will lie (nest of Misses Keck nnd Usrcy tomorrow at 'Ltmicnwood college, tcforc (hey return home. i Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tiploii i hint as (heir guests Monday, Mrs. J. L. James of Columbia, Mo., 1 and Mrs. C. O. Hoss, of Cariilh-; ciT.villci. sisters of Dr. Tlpton. and tils niece. Mrs. J. L. James jr., of Bi-RSgiidoclo. i The Hev. Stuart II. Salmon left lor Fern Cliflc. Ark., today where Is lo be a counselor at the senior conference for boys. y O(| ^ Qo jjj t-cslovc antl niiiintain iniich Courier News cinssincrt Ads fay.j of your energy tlirn» K |i (l;iilv ' drinking of 'lOO',f P U KE CRAIG'S MILK. Club." Jvach hoy could Invite a nest, 'lliey lelt via 'truck for III! llayou Monday, returning lome Tuesday noon. Mrs. C. C. Locke and Miss Evc- yn Scott, of Memphis, were ijiicsts it Mrs. R. W. Butler Tuesday eve- Mrs. Hay Crahnin, of fiipley 1'eim., was the guest of her aunts' Mrs. Walter Hcnton and Mrs' William Thwcalt Tuesday. Mrs. W. H. Moore and children of rurocllvlllc. Ark., arrived Sat-' indiiy for a months visit with her iKirmts; Mr. and Mrs. jj m Lynch. " WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1936 in Florence Hush left Monday morn-' Ins; for :i two weeks stay- in Hot Springs, Malcolm Lauclcrdnlc. of Jtick- iii, Tcnn., was the weekend guest ol Miss Virginia Flcnimlin;. i Mrs. Sue Drown, postmistress attended Hie state meeting O f Postmnstcrs In Little Rock Monday. The W.M.S. m^ In the church auditorium Tuesday afternoon with fourteen members present. Mrs. Charlie Evans, mission finely leader, conducted the last lesson on the book." "Personal Kervicc Guide," Mrs. B. W. Nichols was hostess to two tables of brtttgc Tuesday nfticnoon in her apartments In the Scout hiil. Out of town,s were Mrs. Edward SOagruves, Mrs Domild WcrtK, of -Osccola,; Mtss Lillian Callfcote. ivlvcs, Tcnn ! Miss Babe Hires, Mrs. n c' LnngNton, ^fr.s. R. \v. Biille-r, Miss Came Mac Hires, and Mrs Wil- 'l:im Kilns, of Luxora. for Thomas B. Hamilton STEELE, Mo.—Funeral services were held last Friday at Antloch clinch, near Lexington, Tcnn,, for Thctnns liuilon lliimilloii, 73. fur- mcr of Ihe Oak liidgc community near here, who died at ln'5 hemp the nlslil of May 27 as the result of a paralytic stroke. Mr. Hamilton had lived in Missouri since 1D17. Twice mniTlcd, lie wns the ta- Ihcr of 15 chllrircn, nine of wliom survive him. lie leaves also his widow, 27 tframldilldi'cn llll( | c | g | lt great Hrntulchildrc-n. The mliiliniim voting age for loiv 21 years. i Half-Moon Mrs,'W. W. Walters Is vislling in Ihe home cf Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Alexumlcr this week. Mrs, .1. f£. Buck Is II! nt the home of her dniifjhtcr. Mrs. Earl Walker, in Illylhsvflle. Mliifi Ora Lee Hawkins entertained It? ymmg people from DM Tilth u iiuvn paity Tuesday cvcii- inir. . • • . • Mrs. Newt ixinniunn and -children spent tlic week-end with Mrs. nunniSiiii's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Wiiltcr Vasbinder, on Little rjivcr, Tlio Hist Bruins, of wheat i;rew wild en lire steppes of Asia, thou«iii(Js nl years jiso. This wild wheat was the genesis of the Krain that we know and use today. MODESTO, Cal, (UP) — Federal research workers have Just established ttiiU this city owes Us name lo Ihe modesty of William C. Rals- lon of the Bank of California. Resident,? wanted to name the town "Ralston" in honor of him, but as he modestly refused they compromised on Modesto. Courier Mcivs classified Ads Pay. TRAMTHAM TRANSFER. CO. Moving 50c room & up. Pianos $1 up. Phone 964, FOIl-KENT- 5-room unfin-nishcd house, 511 Park. Reasonable. Call 280. 'J-ck-tr I'oit, RENT"" ' :! newly decorated unfurnished : rooms, adjoining bath. Private 1 entrance. Couple only, coll ati 510 S. Franklin after 5 p. m. .3-p-O 1 ANNUAL DANCE REVUE PUPILS OF Margaret MolTill: (lily Audiloriiiin, Toni^hi, 8 P. M. 100 iu Cast - - Featuring- Eddie Ga/ori and Rutli Wiiliains Music by i^olie Slollx, and His Oirelieslr-a Klndiu Ac'cninininisl—Miss I.oiiit-o 'I't'irnci- SAVE <"/ GRANDMA'S BEEM^MTHE Regular meeting of Chapter 111 Koyal Arch Masons Friday, June flh. 1:30 P. M. Special.dispensa- tion for . election of officers, ALL THIS WEEK an. outstanding HOSIERY EVENT We wan I... every lady (o allfiul this said and become acquainted with America's most, hcau- •tiful alocfeings. Sc-Ling Hosiery Mills lias set aside one week, begmnini; May 30, as: E>l!M "GET AfiQUAINTED WEEK "The Aristocrat of Exqnisile. Hosiery" will bo sold during, this 'promotion ui prices lower llian ever before. SS.CO per llox (3 pahs) -Re;. Trirrcl 7.V ptr pair 52.6"' per IJo.v (3 pairsl Rcff. I'riccil JI.HI1 p cr ,ui r ' Sl!)5'rer Hox (3 psirs) Rtf. pcr p:1 i r IjOOKl Rach ptirrhnsrr will be entitled loparlicipiilcin a slogan Sixteen national prizes will be awarded Ihe winners, as follows: -fuo««* * 1st lri'nn<T — flHilfcd (o 2 vrir's <u,,,,fy 1 of lie-ting. hosiery . 1'ntitr. il'it.W * l ? iuf trn winners, each CHlitlnl in I vrnr'j fitpptyafjuaifry . . Inlnr !'i7.t>D * 3rd five winner*, facli ciXHtnl i,, (, ,„„,. \ supply of hosiery , , \'nhtr ftSM Se-Ling is Hblcd for bcanly ami dnrnbilily nucl is olilaiiiahlc in all lli^ popular slimlcs sucb as: Pago, Snappy, Toasty, llt,n>i Copper. JACK APPLEBAUM by buying a CHECK THESE SENSATIONAL VALUES! USED CAR ^YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER Cef ings * „ i ~'"^ , you want \mosf in a used car DEPENDABILITY UTMOST ECONOMY in^o FORD co.ini — just traded in. Rcndy lo go ajain for many thousands ol miles of service. Special lor 2 days only .... 19M <:ii!;vi:ou,T COACH— Over 1.000.000 of Ihi,-, m od:.-l sold, co It. inns! be pood. Yon buy thlr, one Very r.prciil . i33t 1>IAMOM) V 1'... TON TKUC.iK -- Dual li.cs" Utr racdel Irnrk In f.iir «(;-I f r* coiuhtioii. 1931 FOXTIAC SEDAN—"S wire wheel, four door sedin. Motor just overhauled. Huns like new. 2 days only $185 IMS CIIliVKOLKT i/, TON 1'fCK-IJP—Orcwi nrco palisl. Tires good. Molor OK. Won't be here long nt this pric; :$385 1931 <:ili:VK(H.KT IK TON TKl'CR—33x6 dual tires. All in perfect condition. Sjiceial price I!>M FORD COUrE-~Herc is one that Is above the avcr- afie for this model. Extra ECK.,t llirci'jhoul. - (JM or Buy it now at <? I J J IMS OWiVHOLKT 11/, TON Tlfl'CK—Sa.sfi fit) dual rear tires.-Tires like new. Motor perfect, 'truck less Ulan year old ..... We ll^ivr Several TKAH.KK.S, Will, !),i;il Tirrs at a Special I'lirc for Clean-Up. Sc?, Them New! DINEiiiCOMFORT IN HlA'TUKVII-LB'fl ONLY A1H-CONDI- TIONBJ) DINING ROOM .'LUNCHEON '• 50c and 75c DINNER 75c UP DANCE TONIGHT Kroni 0 P. M. in Hie BLUE ROOM: Also Air Conditioned 75c Per Couple HOTEL NOBLE l'93-l CHEVROLET MASTEU COACH Sec this practically new Chevrolet and you'll prefer- it lo anything the market odors at anywhere near this wicc. Tills car completely equipped 1!K1 CIIEVHOI.KT SI/ISTER C'O'IJPC—Grasp Oils opportunity (o enjoy Chevrolet's famous beauty, performance and economy at this unprecedented, low price of,.,only 1H3J FOR I) V-3 COUI'K- If you want a ccupe, grasp this opportunity of a lifetime. And at this'low price 5'f.u can pay for many months operating costs with the suhigs. Special d"1/I r Price of -P040 1031 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN—Original Dnco fiu- isii, clean upholstery, tires that show little wear. Thoroughly reconditioned. Backed by "an OK that counts." Completely equip- pcd. A real buy .... IMS CHEVROLET STANDARD COACH-Ifs fiimons fi- cylindcr engine has been tiv.- fd to deliver new car per- fcnuance. Tls roomy Fisher body provides big " car riding case 1!)3S CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN—It's tires, finish, up. holstcry show no wear. Its motor has been carefully tuned and checked. Bacl:cd by "an OK that counts." Will sell fast at this low price IMS CHEVROLET COACH — Act today if you want to buy a slightly used, six-cylinder Chevrolet coach nl so lew a |;ric=. Many "extras" such as s?at covers, horns, and radio ... 1031 CHEVROLET COACH — One of Ihe best models produced for service at low cost. This car In keeping with jour expecta- tlons. Special 10» WIIIPI'BT COACH — Ready to go. Think of buying a car for so little money. See it. Very special at this price ID32 FOR I) TUDOR SEDAN —In excellent condition. Body and rpholstery like new. For sale "with (J; i n C an OK that counts" !(> loO TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. .- J Bluthevillc, 'Ark. .> '" --

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