The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1930
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fAGBTWO JjLYrHEVILLE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERJ.1930 Items of Personal Interest 1 80CIE17-CLUB3 Activities and News of Women Society Calendar The American Legion auxiliary will meet at the home : ol- Mrs.. R. p. Paddlson, on East Kentucky, at 3 o'clock with Mr& Nelll Reed al- EO a#;'ho*tt6S. Reports of delegates; .to' 1 We -state convention will feature the first meeting of the M»k$:rUn« fw a' P. T; A. Improvement. taken at the meeting of the Forty and Eight Parent-Teacher association Tuesday afternoon shoir that there will be many Interesting activities In this year's program. The '. 18 mothers present heard the president's message read by Mrs.'"J. W. Johnson, plans were formulated )ibr' standardjzlng the group after Mrs. C. J. Little had discussed the movement, a niem- bersSip drive was organized and playground equipment discussed. As 'the P. T. A. follows the program for standardization, the activities will include the membership 'drive, with Miss Mabel McKay and Mrs. Johnson as caplu'.ns, and the obtaining of playground paraphernalia when sufficient funds are picture class rtlscd. A demonstration was taught by James McGhco and in the social hour, the hosier Miss Marguerite Perry, served cold drinks and cake. Entertain When Mrs. Mary McAllister entertained the members o! the missionary society in the Second Baptist church this week she also had three visitors, Mrs. Thelma Lane, Mrs. P. B. Blackburn and Mrs. A. J. Haie. After the opening songs nnd a prayer by Mrs. McAlllsler Mrs, Sam Ove'rlon read from Isaiah 25 for Ihs devotional period and Mrs. Thelma Lane offered prayer. Mrs. Ben Harrison . presided in the brief business session. Club. Miss Neal Luckett will entertain the Friday night club at. her horns at Dell. To Have Two Parties. Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr., will entertain with two bridge parties st her home .en. Kentucky avenue with one ot the affairs -Friday afternoon and the other to be given next week. - Delphians Slody Art In taking up Ihe year's study of Art ln.~fee Delphian group, which held Its'firat meeting of "the season at the Hotel Noble yesterday, M«.i C. W. Afffick. ,w'as. leader ot the subject program: "The Introduction urer; Mrs. C. M. Gray, program; Mrs. M. O. Usrey, hospitality; Mrs. T. E. King, membership; Mrs. A. J. Haaga, publicity; Mrs. Ray Worlh- Ington, child welfare; Mrs. Pleas Secoy, transportation; Mrs. O. W. Hawkins, home study. Runyau-Blgham The marriage of Miss Gertie lile- ham and Mr. Ray Runyan, both of Manila, has been announced. The wedding was performed Tuesday by Justice John U. Necdham. • • » llogurs-Arnold A marriage license, was Issued yestcrdny to Miss Elrcc Arnold ana Mr. Toncy Rogers, both of tins city. » * • Hause-KnJshl Miss Ruby Knight and Mr. Cacll Hausc, both of Leachvlllc, obtained a marrlngt? license hero ycsteVday. Luxora Society—Personal She's U. S, Pilot Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Paine of i Tlie distinction ot being tho first woman In North Carolina to re* reive a federal pilot's llccnee fell to Mary W. Nlclioleon, above, ot Orcenshoro, when she successfully liaised the Kovci'iimont's test at llomc cll >'' Klle received part Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Seal were visitors in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mis. George Hamilton, of Memphis, have arrived here for the cotton season. Marsh M. Callaway Jr., who recently underwent a tonsllcctomy at the Blytheville hospital, is able to be out. i Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lane have I arrived home from New Bern, N. | C., where they spent their vacation, Mrs. Lane going tl-.ere three months ago and Mr. Lane joining her nearly three weeks ago. I Mr. and Mrs. J*. L. Stanley, Into ' of Jackson, Miss., who have moved back to Ulylheville art now at home In the Sanders apartments on Wcsl Main street. Mr. Stanley is employed at the Gillcn Furniture company. The ROY. and Mrs. J. U. Nelson, of Elnlne, Ark., left today after a visit with R. A. Nelson. Mrs. D. P Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Edgai Jones The Rev. Mr. Nelson Is a Ltachvllle .ere the guests of Mr.'Ot her tral.nX- at Klchmond, V«. Bother o? R. A. Neison and Mrs" and Mrs. Herman Sp!cer Sunday.'" Mr. nntl Mr: Tree, day and attended church services Holrk Annual FWlinn here Sunday night. ' IO1U!> "imxuu c-ieuiun r. nntl Mrs. Worlhy of Marked'i vv • M ' , Ark, visited In Luxora Sun- j LUXOl'a MlSSlOIl UlllOn Mr. and Mrs. Tompklns and clill- dren of Burdette attended church! services here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowcn were Osccola visitors Sunday. Mrs. Phillips George and son IiCWls and daughter Mablc spent Sunday in Cairo, III. Snott Lucas of Smackovcr, Ark LUXORA, Ark—The Woman'i Missionary union met In the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon. Business topics were discussed nn.1 plans were made to entertain the Mississippi county association Thursday, Sept. 18. The following officers were named for the coining year: president, was the guest of his parents, Mr.'. Ml ' s - c - B - Wood : ""' vlcc-prcsl- and Mrs. Will Lucas, Monday and!' 1 ™ 1 ' Ml , s - willle Howard; second Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E W. Tlnvcatt. Mtsros Kdlhryn Jane Bowen 'nnd Dixie Howard visited In Osceola Monday. Mary Jane Woodson rclnrn- to the Study of Renaissance Paintings." A scope'of the year's study by Mri R. N. Ware, Jr., opened the discussion, followed by these: "Ancient Paintings," Mrs. Ernest Fry; Saturday. "Byzantine Painting," Mrs. Horace home by T. Gulp; 'The Italian Revival," Mrs. E. A. Dickey; "Study of Pictures," Mrs. L, N. Malhls. Marshall Blackard, a sludent hi tlv} senior high school, was selected as the "little brother" of the club and he\wlll be given educational advantages at the city high school by this group. • * * Club Resumes Parties The first party of the Wednesday bridge club' for the fall and winter foasbn was given by Mrs. Harry • Kirby when she also entertained 1 Mrs. E. W. Kirby and Miss Margaret Mahan- Mrs. W. J. Pollard \von hosiery, the customary prize, for high club, and a tissue towel roll went lo Miss Mahan for guest high. The hostess refreshed the elghi ladles wllh a plalc lunch ol pressed .chicken, a variety of sandwiches minis and iced tea. vicc-prcsldent, Mrs. John Corkran; secretary, Mrs. Dave Richards; treasurer, Mrs. Will Wood; Blbl: teacher, Mrs. Dave Richards; royal service lender, Mrs. Ray Graham. Following the business meeting the members enjoyed a royal scrv- ed Monday after spending several lce Iess(m led by Mrs GrBnal ' n ; days In Osccoln with her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Stewart. Dr. and Mrs. O. Ilowton nnd daughter, Miss Helen, spent Tues : I day in Memphis. Miss Martha Jane Waggn?v of, Osceola was the guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Sidney Evans. Mrs. Euls Landrum, who 'has been vlslltng friends In Chicago and olher places, relumed Monday., 3he accompanied by Air. and Mrs. Altert Lochbielbr, of Sylvanla, O., who nre now visiting In Blylhe- yille,, . • .< j. •.:Mis»-iRcsii jLuton of Wilson was the 'guest of Mrs. George Dugap this week. Harold Smith and Milton Fryer left Friday for New York where Lhey will, seek employment. Mrs. Bnrlle Bonds and Miss Dolly Goswich visited In SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN lly SlSTEtl MARY NEA Service Writer When we plan to substitute rice Lee while Mrs. Nelson Is the (laugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Mrs. B. A. Morris, who has been ill, is now improved. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, accor^mniet by her guests from Caruthersville are spending today In Memphis. Miss Josle Smith, former superintendent of nurses at the BlythC' vllle hospital who has been on special duty for several months, again In charge of the nurses fo stvcral weeks while the suuerln tendent, Mis Tx?na Byers, is vaca ttonlng In North Haven, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly Jiavi ns their guest, Mrs. John Levy, o Memphis. . , Steve Jacklln of Philadelphia I here for a three weeks visit wjl! Father J. J. Thompson, enroute tc Llllle Rock where he will again at tend St. John's seminary. C. M. Baxter has returned fron a week's vacation spent nt Elevc: Points, Mo., in the Ozarks. . A Crafton has gou? to Lilt! Rock where he will consult h physician. He was accompanied t Memphis by his brother, Jim,.and Russell Marr. E. D. Gillen is in Little Rock two days attending the Retail Merchants association meeting .and buying sleek for the Qlllen Furniture company. Mr. and Mrs. b. L.-Ward and son, Lloyd, Jr., arrived home .yesterday afternoon from Hardy, whore -.they spent three .motnhs qt t'.ieir cottager on Spring river.' • Mr .and Mrs. Roy Head and THE eiPL AT ?ow<x IT 19 OF HAT CREPE OFTU 9 £?A ^ 9TBAW 1 By WMOVM AH0 ADDING TUt COtlAR S1JOVYW IN TW& CIRCLE IT CHANGES' IT? GU1PEOOMRIETRY MJll TtJE CENTER 1S> A WI1W A VOIUMWOU* /nn BLACK ADOPTS AND EXTfWDlWG TO ABOVE THE ELBOW. TWE yOVE AVID PUFl'EO LACE. Huffman News Hulon • Holmes of New Madrid spent the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings entertained with a dance Friday night. Quests were there from Barfield, Armorel, Tomato, ChlBgor Ridge, and No. 8. Joo Cassidy and Miss Jewel Baker were In Cootcr Sunday night. The 43 Ball team played at Flat Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hay called on Mr. and Mrs Bob Slovall of No. 9 Sunday afternoon. Louie Walker Is leaving Friday to attend Mirsissippi A.' and ' M. college. Turner Ki^.l called ' 'on' Miss Jewel Mick of Promised Land Sunday afternoon. Miss Kntherlne Hancy spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Paul Ross. • Harvey McKay spent tho week end with his mother; Mrs. Ophelia McKay, at Oak R!dge. Mrs. McKay k. slightly improved. Johnnie May, Carl Barharn, Jennet Colnion and Mabel McKay were In Blytheville Saturday night. Joe Cassidy called on Lola Sue Estes of Burdette Saturday night Mrs. Blan Adklsson spent Tues- 'clay with her mother Mrs. Connor. 'Ihe 48 ball team wen over Flat Lake Friday. The score was 0 and 7. Mrs. Aubrey Jprbo und Miss Arduth Jarbo called on Mrs. Eddie irasan Mor.aay afternoon, The Misses Jewel and Kalhcrine Baker, Coiinnc Srhornc and Herman Rittcnberry attended -the dance here Friday night. Mrs. Dallas Stallion Is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Hicks of Jonesboro. Hone and Regina Hagan left Friday for St. Louis, Mo. where they will stay with their aunt and attend school. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cassidy'and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Copeland of Cooler. "Your wife Is very broadmlndcd. is.n'l she?" i ••Oh, wonderfully! She believe i there arc always two sides to ' n I question—her own and her moth- ' er's."—Sydney Bulletin. . 666 Relieves » Headaeke or NeuraltU In 30 mlnnUs, checks a Cold Ihe first day, and check* Malaria In Ihree d»j». 6(56,3150 in Tablets GRIST MILL Vt'ORN OUT CONNERSVILLE, Pa., (UP) — The old grist mill, once of the roperty of George Washington, nd a historic landmark in "Perry ownship, has decayed to such an 'Xtent that hope of preservation has 'irtually been abandoned. Gladys Richardson' ol Llltlc Rock who will remain as or one of 110 pasto-foods for po- daughter, Ruth, have gene to lalces. certain fundamental differ-1.Memphis, where the daughter .will cnccs should be kept In mind, ' " . Properly cooked polntoss furnish minerals which are lacking in the cereal foods but at this season of tlio year when vegetables an abundant this dericiency can b; ukell C arc of easily cheaply, macaroni m . noo n] C s in a rich sauce lead" the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bonds T , lc te , ltalcy for several days. S. J. Smith transacted business ! , 0 (hc n(Umlou or , n!my C!)1()r i cs to in Memphis Tucsdny. lh(; (llsh , nnt slmp i y CC)oke(1 Rnd T. J. Burke was called lo Fulton | scrvc(i potntocs wouW not pl - 0 vlde. Ky., Thursday by the death of his father, W. J. Burke, who was 91 years of age. Mr. Burke served four years in the Confederate army under General N. B. Forrest. Mrs. Elliott Williams returned where she had spent two The potato substitutes combin. admirably with the late fall vegetables nnd oiler pleasing variety vegetable menus. There Is no doubt but that potatoes 305 days In the year become monotonous and a i undergo n tonsilectomy. 1 Mrs. T. 0. Fletcher- and Paul Fletcher of Pnrugould were visitors In the city yesterday. Mr.-andMrs. Riley Boonc Jonos will spend the weekend in Wilson with Mrs. Johns'.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wnker Card. B. T. Hoidcrncss, of Little Rock, is attending to business here to- duy. J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis who hns been visiting his parents here, has gone to St. 'Louis where Monday from Mounteagle. Tcni visiting Misses Ssdlc and Sallle Williams. ' Mrs. H. C. Davlson of Wilson was the guest ot ncr Invents, Mr. and : Mrs- Bob Olllespie. Miss Louise Turner began her weeks -change is heartily welcomed. Tcnii., when the meat course is light r lighl n tasty dlsli of macaroni, spaghetti, lice or noodles does much lo eke. out the dinner. The noo'dls rinc with Us eggs and milk adds many prolcln calories lo the menu. Macaroni In a lomato and cheese sauce Slain by Dry Deputies he hns accepted a position with headquarters in Memphis. Miss Cera Lce CoSeman and J. E. Ciitz, county agents, will go Mrs. Thelma* Wootcijj 2-1 (above), is (lend- 'and ! ''t*o special sheriff's depAities aro being held as a result- of an encounter between the deputies and In Mobile, Ala. Suspecting that the car con- STATJNCH DEMOCRAT LA GRANGE, Ga., (UP)--Not until Herberl Hoover is out of office will James Burham, 14, come down from the tree here In which he is sitting. James says so himself. And despite a severe windstorm last week lie stuck with his tree, determined not to give in to the President. Greater Beauty For Lovely Women Beauty's first requisite---skin per lection. Thus, the fairest an< smartest use MELLO-GLO Fac< Powder that spreads more smooth ly and produces a youthful bloom Its new French process make MELLO-GLO stay on longer anc bans the shiny nose. Pure! Prevunts pastiness, flakiness, irritation am large pores. Use MELLO-GLO Kirby Drug Co. Adv.—2 School Days Again FEATURING THE,. FREDICS, .VltATONICj, PERMANENT" at $§ Also finger waving, haifcnt- ling, Facials, Henna Rinse and Manicures. Mrs. McAdams ISeauty Shop i'honc 288 Ingram uidg. docs Its share lownrd Incrcaslnc the j calorics. Plain tolled rice Is stilt duties as leachcr in tlw Rosa school Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and able to serve with a heartier moit children returned Monday nfte»| course, for unless rice Is cooked in isitlng a few days with relatives i milk or richly dressed with butler. Bride Complimented. '| The custom of "showering" a bride was attractively carried oiu in a party given by Miss Mary Hub- Icr yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Cecil G. White, who was before her marriage Miss Allean Booker of Clarksdale, Ark., and Blylheville. The two appropriate contests won hand made handkerchiefs'for Miss Tabilha Sudbury and Mrs. Roy Anderson and the 20 guests also were entertained by writing recipes In the honoree's new cook book. Master Lloyd Bloriieyer pulled in the wagon laden with gifts for the bride, both personal and tor ihe home. The hostess, assisted' by hc-r mother, Mrs. Bailie Hubler, served an appetizing plate lunch of chicken salad, toasted 'crackers, plcklss and iced tea. " : Included in .the guests was Mrs N. J. Lochblhler, of Sylvan!a, O. formerly Miss Alberta Webb ot Ely theville and Toledo. •• _!.-«•• . Excculhre lUard r. T. A. Will Mttt A meeting pr.the executive boar of the; senior .high school Parent Teacher vjiinpcIaUo'n will be hcl Friday''afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the high, school auditorium when ircernbciihip plans and committee activities will be discussed so that all plans'ay be formulated toforo the opening of school. These officers and committee chairmen are urged to attend: Mrs. Theodore Logan, president; Mrs. W. I. Dentoii, first vice president; Miss Rosa M. Hardy, second vice Miller, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Geotge W. Dillatuinty, trea>- president; Mrs. Leslie Hooper, recording secretary; Miss Frances n Carnthersville. three-fourths cup is required Mr. and Mrs. Abe Livernnt and | make one hundred calories in fou' 1 aushler, Frances were visitors In lablcspoonfuls. lemphis Sunday. Macaroni combines well with veg- Miss Louise Tumor who has '• eiables. Tomatoes and macaron! inlshed summer school at the nor-, are oltcn used, b\:t the co;nbini- nal school in Memphis returned: lion of macaroni nnd onions isnov- Monday and entcitalncd a number tl and delicious. The macaroni o Df her friends tl a party in her i tpnghctti is parboiled as mua 1 . iciue that night. j Tlien thinly sliced onions mul mac Huffman tonight for a meeting ol those inlcresled in Ihe community | exhibit ior the county fair. Miss Nellie Kcrr, who has been spending the summer nt Clnrcnricn. Ark., will arrive tonight to assume her position as Instructor In the I city high school. Mrs. Frank Webb and daughter. Frances, accompanied by Mrs. Enia Riulcilee of Chicago and Mr. and Ntrs. N. J. Lochtnlncr of Syivania. O.. have tone to Llltle Rock Icr several days visit with Mrs. J. II. Mosclcy and Mrs. II. J. Archer. Miss Moiila Hughes ha.<, arrived from her home In Brighton, Tenn.. to siwncl the school year here as sl:e Is a member of tho faculty. Mrs. Laura E. Ennis left yesterday for her home in St. Louis nfl- er sumrting several days with Mr and Mrs. J. n. Fjj!,er. She also tnined liquor ihe clticers signaled Jit to stop and when it failed lo do .so opcnod flre, fatally wounding Mrs. Woolen. The deputies, G. H. Sullivan and C. C. Lane, have lost their commissions, and Prosecutor B. B. Chamberlain says ho will place murder charges against them. No liquor wns found in the car. Must Find, Wed Man for Riches Mr. and Mrs: Hugh Sullivan o:, Jvonl are nrrunRcd layer lor layer Memphis were guests of Mr. and • in « buttered baking dis.i and -. I visited in Memphis, Jonesboro aim Mrs, George Carter Sunday I """ white sauce Is poured m-cr to | Parogouid. Mrs. Ennis lived here Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Bailey run ! cover and tho whole Is bases -V | several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ltimru- Bigs* of'mnuilcs '" |> moderate oven - "-•- ~ • Memphis were the guests of Mr. " and Mrs. John Corkran Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carpenter of Memphis were gucs'.s Sunday o' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, who accompanied them home for a t-.vo days visit. SWIMMERS LOSE OAItll Noodlv ring is sure to pleas 1 . 1 when filled with any creamed fish :i,cat or full flavored vegetable. | . Noodle RiiiR Two cups noodles, 1 tablespoon bulter, 2 tablespoons flour. 1 cup ! milk, '-j cup grated cheese. '2 eggs, > '; teaspoon Worcl-.eslcr shire raucc Ur. Glenn Davis, of Senath, Mo., is a visitor in the city. j French Test Tanks in Alpine Territory LYONS. (UP)— Seventeen cf the type French army tanks NEBRASKA CITY. N'eb.. (UP)—: Cook noodles in belling salte: -have atrivcd at Lnnslebourg, Drowsiness on the part of a guard | water for ten minutes. _Dram. Mc'.i | Savory, ;.j test out their In pro« ess climbers. Co-OjjerAltiu cost a group of Nebraska youths • witter, stir lu flour and slowly add as. ........... ______ ........ their clothes, but they had n good i nnlk, strring constantly. So.irc- \u!h Alpine troops, ihe tanks will swim, anyway. The decided | with salt, pappr-r and worcl-.estor- | set out the end ot Ihe month n to take a plunge and left one mem- ! ' hlr c =™ cc - Add cll " sc "",? CM -; "-.cleaver lo a-ale the Col de her of their party on the bank lo : ''"til mellcd. Remove from nreaiyj in!.-rn:i. Mtuatcd at 2 170 mclres guard the clothes. The cnard fell ; a(l(l noodles and yolks or oggs Fo!^ ] - r!lo Ullks VV]U , m . c rf 1 ' of eggs beaten until f tin . their way over mountainous paths m '" 1 " « we U; , > asleep and during his dumber, an automobile drove by. a man grabbed the , by. stopped, and i ?»?, dr . v - Tljm '" 1 9; " «T?. we U; wllich mt ., y , m . c the clothing and : ™ttorcd mold and bake foro-mi. b y oihor lhan mDmil departed quickly in the car. The' •? h £ lt 5! JU L:L ln(XlcratC ° VC "' U|V !«':«? bathers managed to return liome |'"" late at night, without being wen ! by the neighbors. INDIAN AIR STUHKNT EAST ST. LOUIS, 111.. lUPl — Gokai Singh, who lives in Rangoon. India, is one nf the latest students to enroll at Ihe Parks Air School, for aviation Instruction. Sm;h Daily Menu LUNCHEON—Cream ol salsify so'.ip, croutons, cottage cheese ai:d't green iwpper sandwiches, apple sauce and ginger bread, gr.ip? juice. niNNER—Broiler! lainb choo'. noodle ring filled with creamed car- traversed .lain scats. I( , tests are successful. Alp- .climbini; tanks will become a rcgu iar featiiro of the French army. own plane when he returns home, j Read Courier Scws waM *1IOK MKX ORGAXl/.r. ^liACiUf. (UPl-Dne to Hit Frc.ii number of bankrup'.cn. 1 ' amr-:;.; s j, w lunmilacturrrs :n C;:c;v. x.]ovaki,i rim-ins 1'r.e past few inor.-l.. a Mjccial rhambrr has born «>. i:v:;-f,~; by 36 o! the manufacturer n>.o are mil solvent for i'.\. I>UT;V:;C of promoting iho* export business. Miss Frances Weaver, above, of East St. Louis. 111., will inherit the estate of her former fiance, the iatc Daniel P. Brooks .Chicago professor, on one condition. Brooks' will stipulates she must find and marry his elder brother, whom she never has met and whose wherc- .ibonts the does nol know. Brooks' estate includes a hour: on the "Gold Coast" In Chicago.- The state cf South Caroluia rec a greater ognizes divorces granted in other state, but It grants, none, itself. Dragging Feet If your VITALITY is slipping away from you try S.S.S. TUSTono complaint—those drag- Millions of people have found it J King feet—yet they tell a big- tho easiest and surest way to story. Back at the fountain-head keep themselves "fit." Its suc- the rrtl-blood-cells are not up to ccssful record of over 100 years standard. When your red-blood- in building red-cells in the blood cells aro only S071 you are NOT is a t-uarantcc of satisfaction, yourself—C07o is dangerous. You Get the large sizo bottle. At all haven't the vitality to fight in- drug stores. g> 3.3.5,0. fcclion and disease. S.S.S.— the grcfit blood Toni'c— stimulates the blood-building or- pans to supply the necessary red- cells. Your appetite picks up. Your body is strengthened, invigorated—you feel like yourself again! And DRAGGING FEET become STEPPING FEET. Take S.S.S. before each weal, Sturdy Heal Studio of Fine Arts Margaret Merrill, Piano Mrs. Idoiiia Casey, Violin OJa Bob Harris, Dancing 703 Chic^asau)ba Ave. Telephone 948 Classes Begin Monday Sept. 8 We take this opportunity of expressing our bs;t wishes for the success of our public schools in Blytheville and Mississippi county which we have been serving dtico 1903. \Y> feel that our 27 years experience in this capacity' should enable us to know of tho bjst equipment suitable in the way of school books and supplies vVe have spared ncith:r time nor money in having Special Values made up in writing tableti of the name PARKHURST SPECIAL SCHOOL TABLET for 5c, Real 8c Values, 160 pages of the best White News Stock, por- majiently bound arid.per- forated 'and will' "h'pt" come apart. Ask For I'ARKHURST SPECIAL SCHOOL TABLET you be the judge, i Regular 25c Note Book I covers for 20c Also '15: sheet count for the best note book fillers at fie a package, in white bond pu|>cr, with heavy blotter. lOc loose le;\f note- book covers in all colors in Dul'ont Waterproof. 5c bottles of ink, Gc bottles of paste. IVe also 'have exclusively tho famous Ault and Wiborg Permanent Blue Ink Writing Fluid, j Typewriter Ribbons and ! Stikit Muscilage aiid Paste, and over 200 items used in school and office. We buy direct from some of the largest manufacturers (not from jobbers and distributors) thereby giving the consumer the best iiuali- ty for the price usually, paid for inferior merchandise and less (man- tity. Parkhurst Company SKRV1CK STATION FOR OFFICE-AM) HOME 100 E. MAIN ST. RLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PHONE 57 i

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