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December 18, 1930

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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CAUIU . COURIER : NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1930 1 One-Room School \ Spring to Bring New to Hold. ! Vigor to ~ [put of mines on Clara Creek auditor osmium, ana *« for phti A " ml " ln * of tlle *"»" c! regions was done by 14 men, ivoritiiv -,i-V ! ! Meeting Tomorrow: UNALASK A, Alaska (up)-oe- : . O vc'lopment of platinum mining in Cdtcnd&r ... The WpntlB's club Is hiving IU- annual chrtt|nj«s jjarty It the club Miss Irene Crowder Is having the Nlfbt Bridge club.- • TV teave .ChrKtmM -Party. Memtwrt of the'Junior 'Music club and other high school students will entertain members ol the Wo- miil'e club at Ui annual Ohrlslmai party Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at the club. . • • Several features-hayf been> planned by "the'committee'in cliarg'e of anangements. ' ".."". • k i • • Miss College Students Returning for Christmas Festivities The holiday seas™ brings ih: Vn., Robert Smart. University of college students home [or approxi-' Oklahoma, Norman, Helen A1IC3 matcly ten days vacotl'an with th:! Hisrnberg; Southwestern Unlvcrsl- exceptlon o( tho University of Ala-;ty, itemplilt. Elbert Huffman, bama students who will eo w Pa«i-' Randolph-Macon Woman's col- dena..Cal., for the football gams.'legc, Lynchburt, Va., FrancesTuck- Eutrdl and J. B, Whluvorlh! are members of the team. Already the students are riding trains homeward and practically ill will be here by Sunday. • Th'bse who will be here' and th: cr. Llndcnwooct college, St. Charles, Mo., Virginia Keck and Mary Catherine ; Martin. Ga.lloway college, Senrc'y, Ark.. Kaihryn Grear, Vivian ^ Holland and Carolyii Haliy. Blun Mountain college, Ulue Mountain, ' i Voice Nnmtrii. wMle visiting., her 'falhef,' \V. A, Bailey; and her otint.' Mrs. J. W. Bader, Mte Agnes Bailey, of Seymour, .Mo,, has appeared frequently cjft programs which have lea- lured ..her-.vocal Selections, Sine* moving.from this city several years . ago -Miss ttailcy has studied voice under .well known In- structorsijn St. Louis ..where she attended 'school. 'On lier visits' her; she always sings at social affairs and churches: She will b<? in Bly- (hevllle until after Christmas. Betides her' rr"''-- 1 ••'--— -V.-v also a'-planlst, W, ; •••• • •:-. «v«»i prtsis ln-v'"i »• ••'••< i:< ,.u:i tssays. In : 'a. «li>, s.ioi : >-'".\i>'Vi at St. Louis sortie years igo she wtfii eecond ptlst'. Idf an essay 'on tlie theme "The Valuation' of an Apple." .'*:.' " ' •'' ..*. • * Club EnttrUlB?d. ', • ' Mrs, Carrol 'Blakemore Was hosl. ess'to Hl6 'ftoV*ly ifeekly'contracl club, which metis on Wednesday at- Vernporis..ln'thB bridge game,Mrs. 6t«pten H.'firoott won-the ptKe, a picture.' f ';-•"••'• Red lights,; petite Christmas baskets ..filled MtSi h'ar'd candles arid a decorated 'b*ee poH.rayed Jhs Yule'ii'de. spl'r'jOilso. shown, in' UK delicfota fruli salad course scrvcJ with sandwiches and coffee. errjv ' Simon, James Smoth- Grnia'n, Mary Elizabeth ilotinson, FrMinan Robinson, James Cud] Hale, J. Norrls Moon, Qulncy Oliver Alexander, Houston Sccoy and Virginia Blomeyer. Alabama'; University at Tiisca- loosa, nobcrt Ebcrdt and J. T. Sudbury. University of .Missouri, .Columbia,. Miss Vivian Dlllnhunty, Bert Lynch Jr., and John CaudlH. Vanficrbllt nUlvenlly at Nashville, Tom Mahan, Phil RobinEon nnd Billy Ijisvshe. University ol Tennessee's Junior College at Martin, Frnd .Ar'niFhtrout and B. F. Brcg- (ibn. University ol Tennessee at noxvllle, Bessie Ray, Blllle Lof- n and Bob Elliott, University of ennesECC's Dental college ol Mem- 'ils, Joe- Luckelt nnd Garrett Ab- News A large crowd attended HIE party given ty Mrs. Emmsi Harris recently. Many gasies were 'played until a late hour and everybody seemed lo have enjoyed the evening. Jack Wilson, , who. recently re- turned'from Michigan and Vrtis toen ill, is reported Improving. He Is with Ills sister, Mrs. Barger. \, Rev. A. B. Enscoe, who has bi visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jar L. Hamilton, returnori to his hom« in St. Louis last week. EmlheU Webster OIK! Miss Hva Way Harris were married at Gosnell, Ark., Sunday evening. The young coup!6 will fiiake their hotiio at present with the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Emma Wsbster. Tne bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Chiis li&rris, and Is very popular in this The home of Anderson Hicks was recently destroyed by fire, together with nil Its contents. The orgiin ol the fire Is not known. . • Mrs. Rufus Lewis left recent 1} to join her husband, at Porters Yille, Cal. Carl Cooper wfco hns been ill foi several weeks,.is slowly improving Alvin Ray visiled nl Tyler Sat urclay morning. The Oak Ridge school, near hero Ss preparing to render a.projran that will Include a Clirlstniat tree The Epworth League'arid-'p: Y f. U. societies have been,Vets;act Ive rendering programs', mid 'spoil soring olhei social events..'.-- ' The schools will dismiss Tuesdn until after the holidays:;.: •;:,<•' Mr. and Mrs. S. Morte'n- an family, o{ -Stecle. will move to tliL section in the near future- the art formerly of Clifton, Tenii -' Mr. and Mrs. Claud Woods re centiy were shopping in steeie. Enos Hayncs, of Number Nin Ark., recently spent several daj- here with Ills aunt, Mrs. Amos Hatley. The Pemlscot County Epworth league Union convened Tuesday evenlhg of last .week with the Ste'cte chapter, the meeting being hcfcl- in the high school gymnasium'bl;tha{ city. It was probably tlK;'*v&en meeting ever held in t'nis-" >S&mt.y there being 127 members present ott. Tulniic University. New Orli!. i .].,;„„., JC311 ii. La.. Dudley Dmton. and i Frances Evuns. Mississippi Stale College for Women) Mary Grace lilll and lintli Matthews. HcndrlX-llcndersou college, COT- way. Ark, n. N. Hill Jr.. Hilly CM- ley _nnd Winifred QoDdrlch. Aiktm- sus A. and M. college^ Joncsboro, Adcle Langston, HMIth Jarrell and Bethany Faught. joncsboro colls-w. Jonesboro, Artie Bnton, Ruby Drown and Clifford PUher. Central College, Conway, Ark., Emily Tompkins and Eernicc Harwell. Wcslcra Military Institute, Alton, III., John Mahan. Tupelo Military Institute, Tupelo, Miss., Milton Webb. Branham-Hughos Milittii'y Institute, Sprlnghlll, Tenn, Carle- Ion Smith Jr. John Brown college, Eiloam Springs, Ark., Calvin Jordan and Max Christian. Hardoman Freed Junior college, Henderson, State Bits of News Mostly Personal lllc Ooodnews region Is expected to inum Mines!~Totai output of both July was 695 ounces ol th-! pick and shovel. Most cT the ... „ melal which eonnsbts of Irldium, i are veterans o[ this country an'd osmium and platinum. The values,some haven't been "outside" ii: HfP A 9 Ml n*y rum/in lr\r- f*l,tl.L.~. *in 1A »_ f)fi ...___ *" The tea er schools sippl County will meet at me cuun nouse Fri- | started In July day for an all day program which ; Goodne settlement to j__l_ „,,.,. ,,, , , , ,, - ^w^u'icwo, ncaitrsi sclutrniL-m lu deals with three principal addr.'ss- ; the platinum mines, doesn't even [boast of a post office, but its Im- Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, coun- • p&rtance is growing with ih° out- ty supervisor, v.lli speak at 10 o 1 -1 -^ — clotk on "Objectives In Arithmetic." which will be followed with program MUs; Willie A. Laws^i, county supjrin- | Undent,'will.inaks an address 0:1 i today " A 1 l eachln K Philosophy" and "You:- ,, . t _. , ._. I * *» ul , iuiiynt.^ %*1HI A Mrs. Miry Spann and Miss Net-1 demonstration. Si:e is in chars- o' tie Gray have been called to Uc-au- : the group meeting mom, Tc.Nas, by the critical mnesj i 7l , , h - ,, of their brother, of WUIchie, X-x- In lhe af «"ioon as. They will not return until after the holidays. .Miss Trances Parker left today • • for Dallas, Texas, where she will 2 fro-fiam ' Is the theme for s'perid Ih.? holidays. - j fillal Discussion. • V. C. Kay.', president o( Arkan-! The instructors have been asked i sas A. and M. college at Joncsboro,! to trlng questions for disiusiions,' attended to business lie-re yesterday.,note books and courses o[ study or- ; Mlw Selma Lcntz will sp;nd the. dcred since the last meeting. i Chrislmiis holidays lii Piggott, Ark.! Schools in Ihls group are at Gri- ' William Harris has gone to St. der, O'Donnell Dend, Round Lake i Louis for an extended visit. ''- .,; Brlrikley; Brush Arbor, New Har-! Eutcpla Whltworth has teoyerert mony, Mllllgan nidge, Chicot Rid"e : from n week's illness from .3 ; Citar Lake p Parm, Caldwei], Happy H)iained ankle. . " Corner, Sans gouci and Nodena " Lucy Er.ton, who Is ill from . •*"•">• chicken pox, is now improving. \ % — Mr, and Mrs. J. 0. Mick and'.. . • children, formerly of Delroll, Mich., | liOtanans Will Observe ; slopped here for several days vis- : tit i. »,. 'i,; T . . It with relatives enroute to Phoc-: LaOlCS lllgftt lomght nix, Aiiz., where they arc to live. ! • i Cole Ward, of Memphis, is at-, Tonight Is "Ladies Night" at the 1 tending to business here today.. , Rc:ary club when the Rotary Aims i ^p^?i' OVER W Mil.UO«_J/.jl_S llS.gp YEARJY are »260 per ounce for Irldium, $10 20 or 30 years. DON'T Overlook Your Last Chance I to buy your Xmas Gifts from the largest and complete lines of I'arkhurst Co. ONE-FOURTH TO ONE-HALF OFF Also closing out everything at half price at Mr--. I. E. 1'arkhurst's Store, 3 doors wost of i'osloffice. C€ One Door West of Postoffice Miss Virginia Keck arrived thH ! morning from ii. a.. uey Dmton. Teachers college, C S i>c oirartau. anci'Mrl. Eastman University, Poughkcep- 1 Mo., Honnld n.Mnboll. St. Mavy's ! Mr an i th; club will be honored 8uests : St. Charles, Mo, i « a dinner at the Hotel Noble be-' where she is a stndent at Linden- ] -.'"•"'•"•f »t 7:-'0 o'clock, wood colleus!. to spend the holidays ' with her parents. . Judge E, 13. Holifleld, of'Rec-| tor, wlio has been 111 at the home 1 of his (laughter, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, ts now convalescing. Judge Cecil Shane is . chairman of the 11 committee in charge of the secret 1 e, N. Y,, Ben Runyau; Union Uni erslty, Jackson, Tcnn., Nellie elms; University of Richmond, Led King. Institute, Memphis, Jane Buck. Parish school, Monroe, La., Bobbie go and Mrs. J. C. Noah to Clarksdale, Miss., for will the Oi ceo/a *.Society—Personal holidays. Misses Willie A. Law-son nnd Win- i nlc Virgil Turner returned last i night from Hot Springs where they j attended the conference of southern supervisors. Miss Lawson was the who! Forty members KIH! two visitors me present »t the monthly meet- ng of^ the grade school P.irenl- Teacher nssociatton liere ycstcrd.iy %fttni'oon ;whcn students of the Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Enlertainjjixora Club only county sui)erlnlemlent ...,..„!,. . , ' ,„ , mndc an address, having an 1m-i Mr ^ M- ^~v u .m y evenln ° porlant place on.Jaue. of the. pro;; Mr, nnd Mrs. G. E. Thompson en- ».....,,,. ,. v tcrtslned the night bridge club of •>"'""'• n-™ n i, 1= .V"' which they are member, The ; ^- *-^£ ^^ ; «- 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Roland Green at-, tended the 500 club in Osceoln last! night which was entertained Miss Emma Cox. Miss Helen Alice Slernberg, of the University of Oklahoma at Norman, will arrive home Saturday for They'reChosen for Men By A Men's Store Dressing Robes §6.50 to Lounging Robes.$7.50 to j House Coats .§15 to $25 With j From Konjola "Will Ahvttys Praise It", She Savs Tbe Supreme Gift A Suit or Overcoat by Hart, Scbaffner & Marx hoMse was beautifully decorated with Christmas deiornlions nnd [!:•: tallies were in keeping with the Ctnlstmas color scheme. The following guests were present: Mr. nnd J. ixlh • grade presented a playlet, I nnd Mrs. R«s?ol Uowen, Mr. „ The World's Christmas Tree." ! Mrs. Ssm Uowsn, ifr. and Mrs. „. At a business session prccecdins | N. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.Drlvtr,, he onterlalnmenl funds were vot-1 Ml '- "'"I fv ' rs - JI^SP Brown, Mr. nntli 11 ' en ''"V* vacation to repair; thoissvliigs on the piny- Mrs. Jns. Driver, Mr. nnd Mrs.] jround, announcement was mtute. Rpland_Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.I |-|o]f] Who'g f the caimty |>. .'T. A. cpancil which i Hlr * 5 ' Dl '- mA Mls - Thos - F - Hud- fill n-.Sct iniBlyViovlllo. oil Janu- s: "i Mcsilarncs Sue Brmvn and Edry 15, nrii membe'rs" were Orccd to war(l Billfmnn, -.ind Mr. T. D. Wilry 15, aril! membe'rs were Orgcd to ttend, and the committee in ' kl:15 ' At Wc conclusion of several harge if the autograph quilt " Ucll -5l»ig .games ol bridge the hostess, assisted by Miss Lois May Poft'd, served n delicious snl.id which Is being pieced 1 lo rnise funds or the organization re-ported Hint he quilt would be cmnplele by the 1ms of the next regular meeting n January. The secretary \vas in-; Inicted to send the assessment of j 'C per' capltn to headquarters to I iclp care for the expense of the 1 lational convention to be held In' iot Springs in May. Tiie first nnd third grades tied or the award offered monthly to the grade having the most mothers course an;! nwnrdcd prizes to dnmcs Thos. P. Hudson and HIB- Driver. ^IT' K "' cs '""' Half-Moon Who at Luxora Junior Sebool Mr. an;t Mrs. J. W. Portluck and family visited relatives ol Mrs.iy" 01 . Pcrtlcck nl Hayti, Mo.. Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. I'orllock's motli- present at Ihe P. T. A. meeting, ami C r. Mrs. Shucks."accompanied the- ths ' usual sum of a dollnr was awarded each grade. It WAS announced that nt the next meeting. a hobby-fair wculil te held and j Mrs. W. R. Ligl'nfoot svory child in school is requested' rcn inotri-ert to Asiviiurl Ferry lantl- for the holidays. Needlmm Jonos nllciulrxl (o business in Mfcsicslppi last week. The Ltixcrcx Junior High scliao'. has announced Ir.e following winners hi the annual "Who's Who" contest for first and second honors: Prettiest girl. Lola Sue Estei. Dixie Howard; test looking boy.' Ertwnrd Tillman, Walter Amlrev.s; most popular girl, Margaret Richards, Elizabeth Davis; nios: nopu- lar boy, Junior Wunderllch, Roy cutest girl, Elizabeth Da- l.MRS. .IENKIE DE HAVES v/8 to make an exhibit of his hobby in the school auditorium. This meeting will c held on the fourth Wednesday in January. Sixth grade students who took part In the piaylel presented wcr; Donna Ray Driver, Nona Slieltan, J. T. Rhonds, Jimmie Dillnrd. Thclma Koor.tz, Justice Edrington, Willie Morrow, Mable Webb, Mars' Alma Cook, Anna, Bell Broussavd, Ethel Brlckey, Raymond Mills, Clementine Bowen, Grace Wilson, Pay Greer, Lloyrt Chllei, Belle Waddell. John B. Mitchell, D. E .Young, Frances Conway, Harry Pnte. Mary Payc Howerton. Nona Huckaby, Mary Prances Crarner. ing recently to meet Mrs. Lighl- foot'a son, Hugh Williams. TutnliiiEon "1 suffered for two years -with stomach trouble in the worst form," said Mrs. Jennie De Haven. 105. St. Louis Avenue, Joplin. "I never j knew what it-meant 10 enjoy a| meal; somttinics' I' had to go to 1 . .-. . .- -, , bed nnd live cn'iiciuids alone. Even V s ,' J'T 1 V01 ' SeS ' ; - C " te . St fcD - v - ! lhnn l bloater! and belched tcr- John !. io^n. Junior W.ui;ler- . riw L was ruft riown nnd m ,der-! nch; bes all round girl, Elinor, , hl and s , ccp wns broken i 1 K '"•'„ V " rd: tCSt a11 by bladder weakucss. Rheumatism! round boy. Roy Young. A. J. L* my fce[ Ml -, setl thcm , 0 ElVC ,-, i Lynch; wittiest girl. Mildred Rich-! fviehUu i ly , and the pain was ter-1 iirds, Marynrct Rozzclt; wittiest L-yj,. „.„... l^'' Wiilis 1>a S c ' C11 »e P«ge: I -rive bottles of Konjola .ia\e| .'illiams. anartesl girl. Catherine Jane Bow-j g | Ven me wc lsht and strength. I; hns gnnc to Cil ' p - lllil "c Potts; smnvtest boy.! eat heartily and without distiesj.i he expects to', 111 " 05 McRa <'. Eda-ard Tillraan; Night risings, ami swellings in my: Tennessee where he ,..,.^. u „. mnke his home lhe commR year. ! ' ml <i's|)osllion girl, Elinor Shoal. Oliver Gray, Samuel O'Neal nmi !L)ixie Howard: best disposition bDy. Miss Addle Ilnmptcn were thL'; E<lw ' ;lr <l Tilhnnn, Homer Dugnn; Biiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Knrl Shan-I Il10st l wlit c Birl, Elinor Slio;if; mcst ,~.... J ... 'polite boy, A. J. Lynch; quietest gill, CaihcriiiD J;mc Bowen, Odene Miles: quietest boy. Bob Owen jr., • Homer Dusnn; ncntest sir], Dixie cyfclt Sunday atterncon Mi. nnd Mrs. Bud nny ol Dell called on Mr. nnd -Mrs. T.J.Bnss Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Violet Tomlh-.fon was the i Howard, Catherine boweii; nentos! gi^st of Mr. and Mrs. John Tun-1 boy, Billie Lucas, Roy Young, llnson Saturday nnd Sunday evening. Sandy Ridge Huffman News feet have vanished. I am oncej Mil free from the rheunmi ic j pains. Konjoia was my medicine- and I will always praise, it." ;' The tspc-riencc ot Mrs. De Haven should mean much to you. Try Ronjola for your own fiilments to- j • day. Whni Konjola had done fjrjl ! i Mr. nnd Mrs. Eibert Huffman! meTX^toWo^n-^ro'l ^ ^ MVK herC ^^-^^^ <° Memphis' lor'„ . . *»«.iiui 5 i ro-| ,. ,, c;l ] pvaininntirm list u-nnt grsssivr club were , cntcrtninccl Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. L. S. Mitchell nl the home of Mrs. John i 1 . P. Jacobs led the niter- RV Miller. represented as cia, Oaruthmvn Haytl, Holland, burg. Caruthers' est number pre.- coni|ilcttng the study "Disrncli," and aniiounceir.ent, is chapters I wa5 made.that t!-,= next-subject la j ".— •.,:•.. i the year's course wcuM Vc.a stud* !'. Mr . and Mrs. n. L. Adkisson cill M "Soy.d Russia." Milch- will-fe! e 'd cit-the fonncr's isirenls. O. W. Whittle is improving n several weeks Illness. silcrt Bcvi!i accompanied F,i;-,1 a me:li- examination bst week. Mr. nnrt Mis. Albeit Harris an- ; Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Oneal jr. nounce the bivth of n srn Dcmn-'Ot McFcrrin visited relatives h:re bcr 13. Tlif hnby 1ms been named recently. Albert jr. I Smith Whittle nn;l family of rel.it i v"s " this .lady it can rto for Konjola is sold in Biylheville,! Arkansas at Kirby Drug Stores, ; and by all tin; best druggists in j all towns throughout this entire i section. —Adv.i . Mr.'and Mrs. Archie P.vrham rn-|Ua£wood Ridge visited -' " ..... ' ' _j • *- v Hosiery Pure silks or mixtures or pure wools in solid colors, with clocks or in a great variety of patterns; they're sp;cial 35c lo $1.50 Handkerchiefs Irish linen Handkerchiefs in the best grade of fabrics are offered in pure whites or with colored borders at 25c to $l Bill Folds 82 to S5 SHIRTS Presenting a selection of superior broadcloth and madras Shirts in all-the desired stylos, colors and patterns at $1.50 to $10 •:••'; NECKWEAR Offering a selection 'of handsome inogiuibres, repps, twills, biirath'eas and other fine fabrics; all hand tailored at PAJA.MAS Every wanted style, middy, : surplice neck, coat or Russian models arc presented in the tine grades of cloths at $2 to $10 GLOVES •Pigrkin^ capeskiiij; qhipt ois, ,su£de and other leathers arc offered in slip- on or regulation styles; featured at to hliith number ,.;,.. :t.ikcn,up at the next Yogular ii-,ee;-[ allrt Mrs. Lish Adkl'son. Sunday !.«-g.|lng on_thc second Tue.sday-in Jan-1 ftfiernoon. tertnineri n mimtcr c! tlic young! l:ere last week. Mrs. Kirby entertained n n-,ir,i- KT of ycung jKoplc at hrr hoai: ^si 'linirsday evening with a parly Mr. ; liiinoring hfr son's birthday. aturtay was 33. B. F. Rogers of Carul.1- crsvllle Is president. The next mcet- uatr. No meetings will bo held be-! Roy" McKay and G.l<iv> Sparks t-.vcen this dnte and t^e seconrijot Blvlhcvlllc were c.-vllfrs nt the Tuesday In January kccau? Mr. ai:rl Mrs. Kirksfy nvll of Wair.'.i;. Ridge were visitors n! the Winnie iiomc last week. Herbert Cortcn of New II Good (( Hows Ucncfil Show if Sunday.AflLM-noou j| Dec. :>lst — 2 Show.-—at 2-1 and -1 O'clock . •, L All Money Received Will Ho!I MJ^taiy Sets Cigarette Cases £"»*> i • Turner Over lo the Gootlfel-ij Hlythuvillo.il \ev 'AlrmrilMItt Will ' ' " lual1 - aoiueius oj .MISS catlieY- IYe ^*VI< ; «W*?W*T .n'U j ine Harwell and expression 4u- "^(jiv« 3ffl "l«Ctiire ! Friday I *!j ls of MJSS K ' an Fr*'ices wan-en Mv. a: Music students of Miss Cather- • called on Mrs. Emma 1'my Sunday | i Agent to Give Beef French Worked Buried by Hospital Notes TOULOUSE. Frtncr. Doc. ,>TtMi.;ttlird x>f a series cf lcct«r.?s: oii"ThV-"S<intIanicfitals of Clirlsl- iin FtltVl" 'will be glren bv th»! Rffv.T Mr-J. Klelndtensti pastor <x; the-pilgrim L'utheran church, Pri-j diy-Syefcrng at .the home of Mr.| - Rnd c !irS. .Fred'. Rclchei. 300 Ncrlh! Claude Ancell, Hornerevill" Mo •carbide totcory at Mauciciiv no.ir Hlrith;.street, 7:30 o'clock. . I was admitted t othe Blythtvilie lios- St Gaudens tcday after an cxpio-. Tlie therflc : for .lorncrrow night pital and patients dismissed are- slon wrecked t!;e plant. ; will; be-A discussion--of the Tcii|Ger,rge Flccman, city; Mrs H j Oomhiandrnents,. continued. .. . |Kllrndleiiit tnd Sau';httr ci;v Cora Lee Colrniai:. la. I 11 " 0 ' ral> n'ng riemonstr.itioi it)pi—Pprly men VVC1 ' C veiiort«; | mo " lln s buried u'nScr debris of n cilcli!::i' the home ot J.iko A;IC\. . . .. . r c'v Thejmblic;ls.'ior(UaIly SnslUdi ta| Mri. .ilinnie Arnold city "rs''i liete : rrrt.l*ctttrei:^-.-. .-T-~- < - tC.'Loftis,-city. - - " " Teachers Take Tests l-'ive white and 12 ncara p;cs. , , pccth-e tcachsrs of Missi^irn It was feared most cf tl:o n-.»n ccimty m t^mg the cxr. m i,4tbn wore dead. .tcdny nnd n-ldav at the caunlicn^ Sixty olfier workers »:i Ine I.ic-1 Miss \ V(nnic v illril T ,, n , or colny to:y escaped. " " Mly supervisor, U'giving the tests." Bell & Buckle Sets !i52 to 85 G o 1 f Sweaters uilh Kobe I o Match S7.50 Just What He Will Want! Mufflers You can't possibly fro wrong in any selection of Mufflers yon make in this Man's Store. Here are pure silk Muf- llcrs presented in it variety of designs . in subdued or cheery patterns :— a n d. priced to make them the value of the season at to 0})en Evenings THE NEW Also Comedy an;l Cartoon. I Ailm.—10 and 25c. ead Clothin :.• : h :9 ii ftl'"-

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