The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO KLYTHKVILLU. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY-. AUGUST-. 23. 1930 ~ -' Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Baby Vyins Prhf. Curtis Joe Choate, nine mouths old ^ou ,of Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Choale, was winner or the prize at- j fered in'a contest Friday night, j sponsored by residents of the Prli'- suburbs, for the most attractive baby There were ten contestants. Mrs. Choate was before her marriage Miss Emma Taschncr. Have l/awn Tarty. Members of the l-ake Slrecl Methodist cliuvch Epworth League sponsored a lawn parly at- the church Friday evening as a means of raising money for the construc- lio'i of concrete steps for the church entrance. A neat amount was helled. Games were played and ice cream served -to the 50 present. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mis. Cent Miss Cora Oolenian, lionic dcinomlrMlon ngcnl, spent yesterday at Uojnton anil I'.iwhcen hold- nijj a Days' and Girls' 4-H club meeting. Ew;ll Wcinbcrjf and Carrol Meyer, of Eudora, Ark., spoil'. Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roseuthal cnroute home, from St. Louis. Ml. and Mrs. Izzy Goldberg, o'.' North Little Hock, spent Thurs- •. day and yesterday -\viUi Mr. and i Mis. ike Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wai- ; ter Hoseiuhal. I Visitors Complimfnlcd j Mrs w A D D t,yns. who WHS I Mrs. Rodney L. Bannister was j cri ii e( i to port Smith Wednesday by ' hostess to 24 el her 'friends at j the death of her fattier, S. M. j bridge Friday afternoon at her i Johnson, Is expected . to return ; home on Chlckasawba avenue | 10 ine tomorrow. j complimenting Mrs. A. J. Hodges, I Miss Mayme Flack, of New Or- • of Shreveport, La., ftnd Miss Niiu | ) c ans, Is the guest o[ Mr. nnd Mrs.; Trigg of Tesarkana, housegucsts; E. w.'Simmons. She arrived yes- of Mrs. E. D. Glllen. Mrs. .C M. j terrtay and will bn here until 1'ri- . Bye, of Memphis, who is visiting Mrs. WRlkcr H. Baker, was an out of town guest. Radiance roses, snapdragons and other summer flowers decorated the rooms In ah effective'manner. After several progressions, high score prize was awarded Mrs. W. Leon Smu:i, second high went to Mrs. Ernest Roe and Mrs. Gordon Wright Cut consolation. The hoii- orces were 'also presented dainty gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Xijht Club Meets Members of the Nlghi bridge day. Enrl Harvey, of Maiden, Mo., has '• accepted a position as pharmacist '. ot l!ic Hex Pharmacy. Mrs. Paul Barringlon, of Memphis, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs S. l>. Martin yesterday. She is an j aunt of June Gcsnell who makes •• her home with Dr. and Mrs. Mir- i lin. i Mr. and Mi.s. H. H. Lewis will i motor to Tiplouvllle, Tenn., lomor- . row accompanied by Iheir guesir, ' Mr. and Mrs. J .W. Hotramel, D! [ Memphis, who have been here sev- ; eral months. Herschell Cr.ldwell will eavc Monday for Diilham, N. C., where Osceoia Society—Personal CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Services are held every Sunday morning, 11 o'clock, in room 213 of the Farmers Bank building, over Kress' store. Subject: "Mind." Golden text: Romans 11:34, "Who" halli known the mir.d of Ihe Lord? Or who hath teen his counsellor?" Wednesday evening service, 8 o'clock. All arc cordially invlnpd. •:>. Itngli Craig was hostess to .::. trlends i-nlerlnlntni; at con. •'. bridge M her home heie Tuc.i- ! >..y afternoon. High score prl^.L- .Tie won by Mrs. E. S. Drlvcv ant ' •Mrs. H. L. Driver, and a dellctou., ', ice couiBC was served following the- game. Oilier quests were Mcsdamcs I-'IHST METIIOIHST CHURCH . 1'. Q. llorlr, IMstor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. The pastor will preach nt 11 a 111. If unable to be present lime in on KLCN. Leagues 5:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 1:45 nnrt Stanley Carpenter. About ninety members of Choir rehearsal Wednesday. 8:30 the Osceola I'resbytorlnn church and ( lil'ISCOl'AI, CHUKCII their friends enjoyed n watei'mclon | Mr V y F U Batjcr, of Cape Gl- feasl nnd picnic supper In th? | ral . dcaUr n . m conduct services al grove near Bassclt early this week, i .. Sl ' Su ,,,i 1(m Enlseoiml church Miss Mary Sue Hale is si>cndlim j Sllllday ' morning. 11 o'clock. All are the week with relatives and friends In Memphis, ^ ___ i Major and Mrs. F. P.""Jacobs! cordially invited. FIRST BAPTIST CIIV'KCH have returned from a week's stay c cr> ier Walnut and Iviehtli Streets at Chattanooga nnd Lookout moiin tain. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant have ' returned from a motor trip to DC- '• iroil, Mich., and points in Canada. '• While in Detroit ihey wel-c gussls I oi Mrs. Bryant's sister, Mrs. floy I Alfred S. H.-irwrll, Taster Sunday school 0:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. D. V-.'P. U.s meet at;B:45 p m. Pruyijr , service Wednesday 8 m. Choir. Thursday 7:30 p. m. . Pastor's subject- 1 ;, for Sunday: •• • WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The Friend Who Does Not Fail Bianiletl, and Mr. Hramlclt. am Monilhg—"The tights That Fail.' Mr. nnd Mrs. PrewiU Semmes. | r von i,,Vi_--A Good Run vs. a Bad Mrs. E<1 Pittman of Carson Lake ] s tnilc! ." had as her yucsts at B family re- ,, hc |. c wcrc 127 ft[ pra ycr service union celebrating her birthday, he: i ,. |tl Wc dncsday eveninng. Why not club and on; guest. Mrs. Ben Cooper, were eniertalncd by Mrs. P. C. not'.i'rcck last evening nl her home ci\ Davis avenue. Miss Minnie Matthews won the prize. The hostess served a dainty ico course. Society to. Tarasould Twenty members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Second Baptist church arc planning to go to Pavagauld Monday for an all-day meet-Ing with Mrs. Gus McFarland, a former member of this group, who will entertain th:m. • # . B'Nai B'RIth Picnic 1'cslponcd to NMI AYteh a'lie B'Nni B'Rilh picnic, 10 have been held at Pprtagcvillc lomor- vov. when many "i from this city wcrc planning ID attend, has been postponed until Sunday, August 31. The time and ylaco will be announced later. brother. Ellie Jones and family. Mrs. Healon, Mrs. J.' IS. Jeter.! Miss Lula Slovall. Miss Nora Pitt- j man, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brooks. all of Memphis. Mrs. Welborn of Arlington. Tenn., Mrs. Rittenhousc of Brunswick, Tenn, Mr. and Mrs have 150 next Wednesday eve- There was The Fidells Class will fur- selfishness. The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson fur \uf. 24. The Friend \V)io Docs Not Fall. I S»m. 18:1-4; 20:SM1, 3?-34, 41, BY WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of The ConiregalloiiaHst • » • From Ihe mad jealousy of Saul, •epeatedly endangering the lite of Javld, it Is a pleasure to turn to the friendship for David of Jonahan, Saul's son. The tokens of this friendship were manifested in a covenant between them and in the consideration with which Jonathan placed upon David his own robes and mms. It Is a strange story, full of conflicting elements, but out of it all slands the strength and beauty of a great friendship. | Jonathan seems to have been endowed with all of Saul's finer . traits and to have escaped that demon of jealousy which was his father's undoing. In a sense there was everything to have made Jonathan envious or Jealous of David. In the hope of succeeding his Ja- Iher as king, worldly advantage might have made him distrustful i ot David and anxious to gel him out of the way. Spiritualties Stronjcst What advantage either ot these iwo young men could have had from their compact of friendship , olher lhan the beauty ot the friendship itself, it is not easy to see. The relationship between them seems to have been one of disinterested appreciation and 'of brotherly love and confidence. | ni'li us with some special features I nex: Wednesday .evening. •I-all our members to be 12 is to be assistant coach of the Duke University fooibal teams. En- rtiutc tliL're he will spend several days in Birmingham where he lias been coach of Ihe high M?!IOD! teams- there lor several years. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart oi Richmond. Va.. arc spending the week-end In Kansas Oily and Tlp- tonvillc. Mo., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry will have as their guest Sunday. W, F. D. Batjcr, of Cape Glrardcau. Miss Frances Howard, of Chattanooga. Tenn.. is visiting friends i'.erc and at I'uragould and Memphis for a week. She is a dcacon- es sof (lie Methodist church. Mrs. J. S. Horner has gone to Blobmfiold, Mo., after three weeks stay with her son, Jack Horner ami Mrs. Horner. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fully restored lo health, as picture proves,'Mrs. Gene Tmmcy . R. H. Jones and is shown as she attended the races f nn -iu. nt . fnmlli of ! prcfe:it p.l each service when it Is icissib! lo do so. and invite all who wish to come. August wilt soon be gone and vacations will be over, let it no clement of i The lesson seems to \ suggest lhat strong as arc the ties ; of kinship and nature, the ties of spiritual relationship are even stronger. Two Text: I Sam. 18:1-4; 20:14-17, Z'l-3>. •!!. •:?. And it came to pass, when he had an ->:ul of ^pea-ing '.into ll' '' •'• t friendships stand^ out i S aul, that the SGU! of Jonathan was knit with [he soul of D : jv:-J, Mid'" his own soul, him that day, and would let him go 10 . :norc 7 « -"- -| , t . from the ancient world that have , j „ , d mm as h»cnmp a mode for mutual devo- to in the ties of brotherhood.; And Saul took him Luxor a Society—Personal Margaret -Mo. Miss Mary Louise Douglas m". ; returned lo her home in Little i , Rock after a two week's visit in I Osccola. the guest of Miss Irma: from the — Worthington Supt. • 5t ory of David and Jonathan. Morning Worship—Sermon 11:00 I ^ a5 a friendship that triumphed It I Sumners. Mrs. J. C. a. m. by the pastor. His • subject will be 'The Habits of Jesus." Evening worship will be in the j Union Vesi»r services on the lawn White, Miss Rose 1 j of the Firs; Methodist Church. The And thou shall not only while yet I live shew mo the ki.'.dirs'i of nvcr hindrances and severe tests. one cannot read or study such the Lord, that I die not-: a lesson without contemplating it But also thou shall not cut off thy kindness from my :::use for-, in the light of the teaching or, em . , 10 not wneil th , L<)r( i j Tat |, cu t O f[ the enemies :f David : Jesus concerning friendship. The' sonu ID Huffman News daughter, Betty Luii. Cedar Rapids and other jwima ol Iowa for H two weeks visit. Jack Horner is attending tu bus!-. i:ess in Brinkley lov two days. Miw Pcnrl Davis oi Little Roth. Mrs. Bessii- Cochran Is ihe yues'.' of her son and daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Koy Cochran of Tomato. : Miss Mary Lynch. Is visiting in, Bacncvlllt!. Aik., us the guest of her, risler Mrs. AH Nlcolln. ^ ' Mis. John Hav;k Irom Memphis T Kinmcr airl i war Ihe sucst of her sister. Mrs.! ' rucluird Reverie and family T'ues-' day. G. C. Driver is visiting relalivcs In Moscow, Tenn. Hob Reverie" unHrlaiiicd a num- cvcrv one from the face of the earth. bound the disciples to their Mas\l '.his service Dr. W. Moore Scott spend ihc time in Charlotte, o , M Mllrt , ui Crow , ell. . Mi« (MUdn Thoii):isoi\ has as her Bi'CEl tills wrck. Miss Almcda Kiisl- crwcocl o! Plggotl. . Avk.. formerly of Osceoia. Mrs. Ben F. Butler was a Member ul his fi-lencls Tuesday niylil in p | lis vis j[ 0r yesterday. rclcbrnllcn "cl his twelfth birthday. At l lie conclusion ot n number <if deputy state supervisor, has b:cn Mississippi county this week I checking Ihe •enumeration of Mrs. W. Hogan and daughters ! schools. spent the past week with Mrs. Ho-! The Rev. nnd Mrs. W. J. I..? Roy : present were: Vivian Lynch, Mai- Ban's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George ] and family have returned frcm ] Bari .| Richards. Mildred i:i;- Mrs J II.'Mitchell is couvalcsc- ut her home here followlii!; an sandwichyt, aiul r.-'ld drinks C]loni ij(,H performed recently I" ! were served to "Hie giiM-. Thcin a month's vnsntlon spent in MomU | pntil nnd Pauline Hevcr Sweat of Blythevillc. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Rey- Scmioyah, Eureku aprinss nnd oth- no'.ds was brought home last week | cr. points of Interest in northeast from a Memphis hospital. ' Mr. Henderson and children, ' Thomas and Julia, left Tuesday lor Heber Springs. They will be accompanied home this week b; the former's father who will .remain for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Harrison were Tuesday guests of Mr. and-Mrs. J. A. Cassldy and family. Mrs. J. P. Livingston and daughter, Estra, were Wednesday guests at the Cassidy home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex Cunningham who have spent the summer months with Willie Perkins and family, left Monday, Mr. Cunningham going to Chicago and Mrs. Cunningham to Trumann for a visit before joining her husband. Billie Ray suffered a . broken nose when hit by a ball during the Hufl- Arkansas. Mrs. llonu-r Davis is visiting relatives at western points cf Arknu- *s. Lcc W. RcyncUb. of St. Louts, ill spud the week-end here. Mrs. M. S. Sieger is in Memphis her Bcwen. Persliing Turn; r Scolt. Mnrcclle Wherry. !•. Daniels. Willis Pace. E'.:; • is. Jo: 1 Ccehnm. Fi • Richard Reverie, I.cruh: . John Franklin BOV.TI- Mr. Sjiicur and it'- 1 " Blythcvilte were vi-;'.,.: Tuesday. Memphis hospital. Mi',s Aimlc 1'cnrl Cobh of Jimc- ,1 Cily. Ark., is visiting; hnr rous- Mi!-s ; lrma Sumners, in Oscc- .!r.:, week. • . Thad Felton of Houston, . formerly Miss Mavpuvet -11 arrived this morning lor : ^ visit with her parents. Mr. ::r->. J. H. Lovewrll. in Os- today having accompanied :icr Mvs NoWc l ,,,.. l daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Folcy., vl . ltm . Wednesday, lioiue. who visited here . for "--days. ? .' •' ' Mrs. J. Meal Gcsell was a visitor in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. J A. L?ech and Mrs. A. Conn-ay spent Friday in Memphis. M. C. Cocke ictuiT.i : . !i. . .. I urday after sp:nd:ii' . i months in California. I Mr. and Mrs. Gray l.-.impr.i:. ,:! ; Walnut Ridge WLMP ih? wrc-k t-int guetls of Mr. and Mrs. John M.iv- ' tin. They were uccmnpaiurd homi- by Miss Evalyn Martin who will be their guest for two weeks. Mrs. Abe Llverant rcuirncd Tucs- hci- C. W. AnTic!; has returned from points of lioulsiann and Missls- rippi where he attended to business for a week Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan and i roil Thomas, returned yesterday i day from 3ix weeks visit with nfteinoon from a week's visit in: pacnls In New York City. m&n-Bwdette game Sunday after- ipnnccton Kv i ^' rs Jmi Lynch rctmr.rd '] noon. , Mr5 Edna"Harg.".t and children i day after spending six wreks with v: Katherine Hovey was the Sunday night guest of Agnes and Mabel McKay. The Huffman school team defeated the 40 and 9 second team at 40 and 8 Sunday. Miss Modine Cotharn of Hick- luan was the Sunday afternoon guest of Miss Iris Merrill. *'lll, .preach, a s.ern-,on. Tns nature- of this soivice will be the Installa- tion'of the hev. Marsh M. Calla- uay as regular pastor. Every mem- xr ot the congregation is expected to l>e present al this service. IK--^^> rttationsWp in which they; And .JopaUjan an^w.e,^5auj,.hls..father, and said unto him. Where-. shared" his counsels find his con-; fore'shall he be .1:1.^1? vyjiatjl»«thr-he (lb:-.e:- ' ' :' ''••'' njr-- ... fidence. To achieve such friend- : Al)(i ^ au , ^ a ''j^.^ a'u-Jiim to sm'ite iiim: whereby Joncihnn ip is the saut ^'™ e t £" ds g,"|! {' imc j1 knew that it was determined of Ills father to slay David. ^at'tain'V'life's highest happl-.' Si Jonathan arose from the table in fierce anger, and did" HAVE YOU accompanied by Miss Julia Maxwell. I her daughter. Mrs. Moore in Cros liavc arrived Iwmc from a two weeks' visit in Little Hock and Hot ; "«'. Welch of Oseeola s lrlll _ E ! Luxora visitor I tiesday. Lake Street Church to Have Improvements sell. Ark. was a Lnxora Mr. nnri Mrs. Frank Vollmer returned Tuesday from Illnuiis where they have been vlsir.u^ the p.-\si few wccfcs. Misses Josephine .11:11 Fiance" Burchell ure visiting rrluiivcs Memphis. hi Mrs. E. Williams Memphis A mew clclhes closet red for hangers Is available that can be made long or short enough to fit 1 any clcset. v - | Iml3ad of having to have ;i j poie cut the exact length of your : The Lake Street Methodist church Is being improved with , painting nnd new conctete steps . vl s"°r Tuesday, are to be constructed a' thr en- i " trance, with members and friends Local Pastor Holds of the congregation donating their n . . , _ services for the work ' KeVTVal At Looter Slore Front Demolished , The Rev.' W. J. tcKoy. pasto: 'of the Lake Street McthodM and Cars Wrecked on 61 :C | :iirPh ' ; vl " c ,°"* uc ; n!I , -•<••*"&»tic mJcttug at Cooler. Mo. beginning Sunday night and continuing for nvo weeks, ^fr.>. 1-cHoy will also nssibt him in the work An accident in wh:rli L. I.. Bcar- ricu. justice of the peace o! Clear l.nkc town.=hip. narrowly c.-capcd .'cnciis injury, two other people wcrc slightly hurt and i!ir front of Bcarden's store on H-.fhway fil bcuth. was demolished !:,is caused Midway Notes '*:. M. McDonald was a biifini.-s -. .,:t!ir in Blythevllle Monday. Mis. J. C. liatcn and chilci:vi! \vrre shoppers in Luxorn Wctiucs- Mr and Mrs. L. A. Maxwell vi-,- ilcd Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eaton Tuc.-day. Mrs.'Roy Hudson is visiting Mrs Hudson of Rosa for two, weeks. Roy Hudson Is visiting relative.; in Texas for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker and family have been attending the re•iv;\l : at Sandy Hldgc. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ray White returned home after several cl.iyr visit in points ot Mississippi. Mrs. E. M. McDonald is visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie Kinlow of Hickman, Ky., for a !rw d:iys. Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. J. Hill mr>:oivd 10 Jonesboro Sunday and acc.uu- liamcd Mr». S. F. Roark to tin- St. Bernard hospital where she will undergo a major opsrnllon. Mr. Ko- urk nnd Harry Saunders also accompanied them. Frank L:ud and Mrs. A. J. Hill vifiird their mother. Mrs. S. F. Roruk of Blythi-vilie last wieli. M:s. Ray While visited Mrs. Tyson Mi-Bride Tuesday. H.irvy Stanford was a bii.-incs.s Vi>ii'.>r :n Luxoin Tcusday. "1 i-.r at Carson L-.ike wh-.i-h i:.i-. been conducted ti'.c p.f-t wrok, 1>> Rc\ ,\. J. Hill closed Sunday v it'u sovcnlecii additions to LAKi: STHKKT MKTHOUIST CHURCH "Building Biilllcships or Finding Friendships" is the pastor 1 .- message for Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and a visiting minister -.vill preach Sunday night." All members arc also requested to'iitlend Sunday.,'school. SECOND BAI'TIST -CHCKfJH t. /. Ncwsom, I'aslor Sunday school 3:45 a. m Bla.yioc.k-, superintendent. Clmrch Service 11 p. m. by the paster. .Morning subject: "Near Sighted ness There is no treasure comparable to the treasure of friendship. There is no asset in a man's life that can so-sustain and help him as the asset of a good friend. Sucli Friendships Rare meat the second fiaj of the month: for he was grieved for Liavid,. because his father had done him shame. . .-.: And as soon as the lad was gone, 'David arose oui of a place'" „_ . toward the" sout:i, and fell en his fair; to the ground, and bowed , Possibly stories such as that of i |,j ltlfc )f three times: and they kissed 'one another, and wept one with . 1 Damon and Pythias, ^ Urn ^ , anothcri lmtn David' exceeded. . ' '; David and Jon ^, coar " 1 ' s 0 [.literature i And Jonathan'said to David. Go in peace, forasmuch as w^ have.-.' because such friendships arc rare. I su-crn both of us in the namt oi the Lord, saying, The Lord be be'-'"" Iween me and thee, and between my seed and thy se?d fO" ever.. And he arose and departed and Jonathan went into the city. But why should they be rare? Human nature is endowed1 with lie ^^ g car.acity for friendship. Why bliould l x * J . _, .1— «^^innri' rp- : —. vv ' M ' i we not rise above the ordinary re- Christians." Evening subject: "Crossing ih~ River." We want to organize our men's Bible clas s .Sunday, so. the men are asked to l« on hand, and to bring a man with you. Mationships of life and find the joy a. m. and 7:45]^,, beauly O t the relationships! achieves for itself i deal that we | WALTER THORNTON'S FACE IS HIS By XEA. Service NEW YORK.— When it comes lo using ,tlic old bean to make a for- lurtc. you've got to hand it to Walter Thornton. Few people know his name, but many have seen his head and face. most souyhl-after New, York hy ad- for- he is the yoiing man in vertisers. You've probably seen his countenance on numerous car card! magazine nds. automobile layouts and in all sorts of apparel, for he is the young man with features considered 100 p,~r cent perfect by illustrators and photosrnphers. A few- years ago he was a brick layer. Dull season found him out of a job and. finding he had such excellent features, he started posing. Now he Is making his fortune from his; face. lh Poss rblv a great in the HOTEL • I \J • •_ M_ analysis real friendship at all. Ac-1 qualnlanceship is not Iriendship, • nor Is even companionship, tnougn that comes nearer to ihe reality. ••Comrade" Is a good word that Is more closely related to fncndship. | $ pcc - M] Sunday Luncheon bill, like lhc use of "brother be-1 twccn members of certain Chrlo-. A j Dinner tlan groups, the use of the word••comrade" lends to become some- . what conventional and formal. i But "friend" is a word that never • lo-=cs its real meaning- We do no. speak of one as a f" 0 "^ 11 ^^ j thit someone regards himself as iHarbccucd Chicken. Southern ' friend, we know lhal there Is | - StY ] c Shrimp Ournlin a place where we arc sure of sym- ; •TACKACE" NEW YORK. , nt'Ti'Hi;i; closet and then filled In yi.u now can get one of these tele- trope reds which can be adjusted lo Ihc proper bnglh to fit from fide to side. Ends come with It so that it Is !i' to cut up. and % like a cur • \iiB 2:) -A new the postponement ol a :,t,i planned \ r ™ lws ' co " nl(1 in lhc ''utclu-r busi- by Deardcn into the v..-,i 'nets. A modern butcher slxop 10- The accider.t occurnd «1 -n tuo: crntl >' opened nt ITlh Street and \ cars collided near B-atdni'-, stoic i I'rcadway. has thick carpels on ihc' and smashed Into a third Kcaidcn ' ncor an<1 comforlablc chairs. The — ' was preparing lo enter (.-.-cc-mns' " uals are l101 dis|)laycd fu.ia a securely, off and crarlihm into t-,i- ivoni of! hecks. They are neatly wr.ippcd in tain rod. meeds only a little time to IK fixture. . - screws • and pcrmiuienl Beardcn's store. Mrs A (;. Craven 'transparent paper' graded ct Carson Lake an r.erup,i;i: o! on- of the cars was slle'nlly Inn:. Hcardcn had planned ID ;,>avc on a trip throughout Texav :h c west and Mexico the day o! ti-.i- r.ccidem weighed, jinrt put In showy bleaks, chops, roasts and ntlur cuts arc fixed in this manner. but will make lhc trip back ol crop cor.tli'.io!> route. A bill authorizing a new S4 oOO.- wiiting|000 metal-clad niVshlp has been :UK the| mtrudncrd In Congress. H will liavi a gas. volume of 3,758.000 cubic feel Recce. News Notes Op.i! Ptaiilry six-lit Monday rvr11.i: 1 - -li'.ii buada and E.-telle NV.> t'.UTic Hronllry and d:u;ch- tr;-. Ui:;.itli>- Mui, >pfnl Tui'.-day ii!Ui:._.o:i with Maggie Loc Bo:cs. Mi. .aid Mi.s. Burcl'.e Lutos and <^ni:;i'.i-i. Miirjorli- of Deli oil, Mn-ii.. j.;inu Wi-(incs:i.iy wir.i thrii •k..:-io Hick-.. M»i;i:ie Lcc- and Al- l.i^ Ui;",'s s;n ut Wednesday with Mi*. "IVuy Waiuia Lcc Wlnlcncr viMled Vcl- 111,1 W.lson Monday evening. Quiii' a 1'iritc crowd alltndert l>.o SjiM-r. ly I'r.c Mistcs Bromlev. pathy understanding and loyalty. | I{ r oilcd Spanish Mackerel, It Ls'hcre again that Jesus reaches i Union Bllltcr . our lives at the highest point as the , friend of friends, for in him. ar.d | T}.,^,, Rct , Snapper. il lil in his relationships to us. is exem- • (_' rco ] c plificd the fact that earthly fru-nd- VIIUIL ship can be touched with the rich- % • Chicken, a lil Mar\'ness of divinity. 666 GENEVA. Aug. 23. — Although net a member of the Lcasuc of Nations. American ciluens have contributed more than S8.COO.OOO to the .work of orsniwnlion If the United Slates had been a member, its share of the expense would have teen only about $3.000.000. The U. S. contribution is groMcr than that contributed in lhc form of dues by any olher nation. j m:,\n »or. WINS HACK LONDON. Aug. 23.—Joy Leal- ' Id. greyhound, recently \von its i last race even though dc.i'd. With i Ocean Bustle in lh lead. Joyful . Leaflet gave a grand spun at the , end of the stretch. Just before the j dcg reached lhc linlsh line. II diop- • dead. Us momentum carried ' ; It over the line and the Judges j agreed lhai It won Hie race. "MATKHN1TY HOSPITAL—Sccllid- • cd. Private. Low Trices. Uabics fcr adopllon. I'\>r Information write Fiiirmount Hospital. 4911! East 27l!i. Kansas Cily, Musouri. —Adv, Relieves a. Ht.iaacJie or Ncuraljia bi 30 nlnulcs, checks a Cold the first day, and three days. 666 also in Tablets Voul Snitches, Tomato Sauce i liroiletl I'ilet Mignon. Mushroom Sauce WANT chccvs Malaga in Virginia IJakcri Han,, Sliced Tomatoes' i Slewed Chicken Giblets, "; O'Bricn 'iioilcd. I'rcsh IJrains, Toast, | Cream Gravy ! Hoi Hulls 1 Baby l,ima Hcans j Boston Club I'otaloes Corn l-'ritters i Sliced Tomatoes : Cantaloupe a la Mode ; Coffee Tea Milk ;VHE MOST COMKOUTAHl.E 'DINING HOOM IN TOWN. \ SHORTEST \ LIKE \BEIWEEN USE V MODERN RADIATOR Repair Shop Authorized- Harrison Radiator Service The hc-«l rqoippcd shop uf Us kind in Arkansas. MODEKN equipment and MOnKKN scmcc hj- mm especially trained hy ilnrrisru to five auto owners genuine lOOff service on Harrison Radiators. We carry railia- lors in stock and can fit your car with a genuine standard radiator- We carry nc. ofT brand t-idlalors. If your radiator leaks, gets hot and bolls over let rnc jive jou free c\- anthi»ll°n! Gtt my nrlrc. nc- mrrabcr » dlrly, foul radialor raysej more mclor IrnuWc thin any other two Hiin;s tbit happen to your car. \VI1I allow, you trade in en your clil radiator. permanently Ioc» the Gateway on Highway 18. Follow Main street nest to (intc- way, look for my sign. JACK 1)1!LK, I'l'op. PHONK 1001 j All Work (iuaranlrcd . 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