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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 10, 1930
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PAGE TWO KLYTHRVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEPNESDAYY, SEPTEMBER .10,JQ30 ;" Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Cardwell New* Notes Society Calendar Friday The Adult department of the First Methodist Sunday school will have a party at the church for members and prospective members of these three classes. The Dorcas - Sunday school class ot the First Baptist church IB meet- 1 ing at the home ot Mrs. T. 11 Haynes at 1:30 o'clock for the election ol officers. Mrs. Omar Lutes will also be hostess. nlng To Christ," These clnsses arc. to begin n( 7:15 and continue until o'clock. Sam branch conducted the devotional period In last night's meeting, held at '.he church, and Miss Eunice Jenkins also spoke. Daughter Is Burn Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dawcs of Bitso/Neyls Mostly Personal Huffman News Ohenal, La., announce the birth ot i liei a baby daughter August 23. The - 1 "' child has been named Dorothy Mar Bnrette. Mrs. W. M. Mi-l-'arliiiid. accompanied by Miss '.'race McFiirhind, . ,,.,_..niird Mir'iirlimd and Miss Lu- llic • cllle Santy have rc'tunied trail a week's mutoi tup to points of Interest in the u-nlriil pail ot the ttate Including Little Hock, Hot Has Guests for Malinec Mrs Robert Smart of Richmond, Va., who Is visiting relatives here, had several friends ot Mrs, J. H Smart and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson as her guests for the show "Floradora Girl" at the Rita theatre Tuesday afternoon. After the matinee the parly members went to' the Ferguson homo where the hostess served a delicious ice course. Before her marriage Mrs. Dawes was Miss Addle McKay ot Huffman, i Springs rmd I'me limit. 1 Mis. E. A. Stacy jr.. and Miss Ncal Visitor Complimented Lnckett are spending today In Mem, Miss Arlecn Baird has returned phis. lo her home In Dyeisburg, Tenn,,j Mr. and Mrs. Spurgcon S. Pal Mr. sor after several days visit with and Mrs. C. H. Hall and Sheldon Hall, While here she was the lionorec at a small bridge nftnlr given by her hostess when Mrs. William Porler of New York city, Misses Present Playlet A religious drama "Lydia, lerscii, of uiunliiKliflm. Ala., arc son. Upending last nlglil and today with rclullves. They have been to Nush- Tcnn., and arc enroulc lo Men-Ill Miller and Rose While of Ctceola were also yucsls, High score prize, hose, went to Mrs. I'ollcr the a nd other guests were remembered First Christian Convert In Europe" w mi dainty handkerchiefs. was the subject of the playlet, prc- MISS'Baird and Sheldon Hall senled by eight members of thel a i so were among those from here woman's- missionary toclety of tho Lake Street Methodist church Monday afternoon, in a meeting at the church, v In addition to this feature, Mrs, W. J. LeRoy led the devotional with the scripture taken trom Math. li:9 . with the Rev. Mr. LeRoy giving a talk and leading In prayer. Mrs. Iverson Morris played a violin solo, accompanied by Mrs. Henderson Hall and Mrs. M. Arnold gave u reading. Mrs. C. A. Elirauk, president, conducted a short business session. The 30 present were served sand- v wlches, cake and Iced tea by Mesdames Iverson MorrU, J. W. Lang' ley and T.'C. Jarrett. • • • U. il). C. to Meet. The Elliott Flclcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet Thursday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, r.t Ihc home of Mrs, O. C. Ganske when Airs. W. M. Taylor will be leader ot the program on "Great Southern Men." Mesdames W. T. Obersl, Eugene Dickinson, J. H. Smart and Marvin Chappclle are to assist Mra. Ganske as hostesses. who attended the bant dance- at Caruthcrsvllle. Clars Organizes The 1A2 class of Junior high organized today for the year and tliese officers were elected: Gebbcr Saliba, president; Charles Fender, vice pieslc\nl; Jack Wilson, secretary; ChlrmUa Douglas, treasurer. The class will use reel and white [or Itrt colors and the motto will be "We Step With Pep." The red osc Is Its emblem. "Anchor oi the Soul" Revival Subject Tonight The subject for tonight's evangelistic meeting at. the First Baplis church mission station will be •The Author of the Soul" vvhci the Rev. Enrl Dnrks, who is con ducting tin; meeting, will preach Tomorrow night lie will preach on "A Soul For Sale" and 'The Trag-. edy of neglect" is Ihc theme for Friday's sermon. Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton is leading tile singing and Miss Luna 13. Wllhelm Is pianist for the revival In which Mrs. Herbert Drowning ol lily tliuvlllc spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Nut Walker. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Bomar's In ant, (laughter Is sick with colitis Johnnie and Herman May, Carl' ni-ham and Otis Clark and the lSics Mildred Hay, Jennet, Oart- nan, Anna Lollar and MabeliMo ; called on Agnes McKay of Os- ccwa Wednesday night. •' i The 4!i school closed tii'e p^st Friday for collon picking. •. -. Turner Kissel called on M^ss bp!s Ihc A. & M. college at, Joncsboro this year. ,„. ,. . . Mrs. D. C. Mickey and son, D. fr.c fire department was called c . Jr.. have returned after a vWt " u u ~' -- at, wakeflcld, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Davidson lave returned to their home at Cotton Plant after a visit here wllh ils parents. Mis. John M. Dallon and son of Kcnnett visited her parents here Thursday. W. D. Tatom and daughter, Ruby, and Roy StanfUl had business n Kennelt Thursday afternoon. W. U. Tatom had business at Carml, Ark.. Friday. The Universal Shows, a carnival, played at Cardwell last week. Herbert. Summitt has a position with Ladci and Brewer's, Cardwell's biggest general store. out Friday morning about six o'clock due to [ire In the baled cotton on the Herllg Gin platform. The fire, origin of which Is not known, did no serious damage. "Bud" Jarret of Card«-ell has purchased u barbecue and light lunch shop at Leachvillc and took possession of same? the early part of last week. Roy Slanfill and Richard Lock- aid .visited at Leachvillc Tuesday evening. And Sissom had business In Bly- ihi'VlHo Saturday. H. J. Walker had business ill Memphis Friday. Mrs. E. J. Blackshcar and Mr and Mrs. Floyd Vail of Silvcrdale visited In Cardwell Saturday. Miss Ruth Brewer of Geneva Ark., began her season as bookkeeper with Ihc Citizens Gin companj Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Rohcrt Smart will leave Saturday lor their home in Klchmuid. Vn., after visiting re-la- ives litre (or n month. They will e accompanied by Miss Frances 'uckcr who it. entering Randolph- lacon college nt Lynchuurg, Va. nd Murray Kmarl who attends tin University ol Richmond where hi: Mother Is a member of Ihe faculty Mrs. C. E. Brown and chlldrei if Helena-have returned to thel imnc ' after a visit with Mr. am VIrs. G: B. 1'eery. Mr.-.aiid Mrs. George; uvc-returned from a two weeks vacation spent In points of Mlssisslp- i! anil Arkansas. Mrs, 'Clara Feciy has returned Irom a two 'weeks vocation spent In Helena and Memphis. Mrs,'.Flora Lucy and daughter or Memphis spent last week-end with Mr. ; and Mrs. G. B. Peery and family'.' Mr;- and Mrs. Tommle Shelton and ' daughter, Jane, of Memphis, will spent this week here as guests of Mrs. ^lie-lion's sister, Mrs. L. E. Gay.jand'fainlly. Mr. ami NIrs. Harry Klruy spent yesterday. In Memphis. Ffiujk'Lovc of Jonosboro. district manager, of (he Banisdnll Refining • company, is intending to business licfe and In Osceola lor several days. Mrs. E. C. P.iHon, ticcoiujianii." by her slsler. Mrs. D. B. Dandy, o Circles Have Final Meetings of the cl'ar. Circles of the First Baptist church held their final meetiiv d of the year Monday afternoon 'en reports were completed bc f - - .lie annual election of officer- -\t Monday. The Rose Walker group. «ii«-h met with Mrs. Matt Monoghau ji., j had six members and one guest I present. For the devotional Mrs. K. i D. Marr read and commented upon the sixth chapter of Ephesians and Mrs. C. G. Hires offered prayer. A dainty salad course with iced tea refreshed the women In a social hour. Mrs. G. W. Workman entertained the eight women who attended the Ncal group when Mrs. R. A. Mahan read from Jonah for the scripture lesson. Mrs. Frank Simmons led in prayer. A grape ice and cakes were served In a pleasant social hour. The Naomi Shcrcll circle met wllh Mrs. A. W. Stephens when the eight members there heard Mrs. E. F. Blomoycr lead the devotional from the 13th chapter of Corinthians and f'ne also taught the mission lesson. Mrs. C. E. Wilson, Mrs. C. M. Mack and Mrs. T. E. King offered prayers. Mrs. King, chairman this year, and Mrs. Bla- meyer, mission sludy leader, were honored with handkerchief showers as lokens of appreciation for their work in the past year. Thr> hostess served jcllo, whipped cream, cake and iced tea. Mrs. Ivy Crawford was in charge Ihere s contnuous interest. The Rev. Mr. Burks, who is receiving his ministerial training at Joriesboro college, formerly lived here where he wa active In the Firl Dapllil church. Wilson Society—Personal Newport, spent yesLvrday In Mem phis. Mr. ami Mrs. C. C. Rogers, o Memphis who formerly lived her number ot years ago, were bus inesj visitors In the city durln the first of the week. Mrs.' L. T. Wood was called t St. Louis last night by the ill ness of her son. Mick of Promise Land Sunday Afternoon, j' •;,', Joe Cassidy attended a da.iic.Q 'at lyhiawcr Friday night. ' The 48 ball learn was defeated by Armorcl Sunday afternoon, The •score was fi-1. The Iiiilfiuan team lost to 48 Sunday. The score was 7 lo 0. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ilagan and Mantel Aiikisson were Sunday dinner guc-nls at the McKay home. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkbson and two sons, Jack and Perry Lee, spent Sunday with Mrs. Adklsson's sister, MtugarcUu Perry ot Ulythe- vlllc. Kay Jean McKay is seriously 111 with malaria. Clunlcs Crowder, Clay Star, Flo Mue Lollar and Mabel McKay called on Agnes McKay oA Osceola mday night. A large crowd attended church rvices at the Catholic church undny. The three children of Mr. nd Mrs. Everctle Bomar \verc aptlzcd. A large crowd Is attending "Pitts ml Mullins Show" which Is show- ig here the first, ol this week. Mrs. Mary Fit/gcraid spent Sun- ay with Mrs. T. II. Halfleld, T. H. Htitflcld is ill at his horn', .ere. Herman Ritlenbcrry, James Lylc id Ihc Misses Jewel and Cather- r.e Baker of Tomato called on Bes lie and Joe Cusstdy Sunday night Flo Mac Lollar was the Sunda) illcrnoon guest of Iris Merritt. Shirley Snyrter, Robert Crumb) Gladys Womack, Morltne Cochrai and Bcrnicc Rlchcrson of Barflel were In Huffman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Cassidy an sons of Biythevlllc spent the week end here as the guests of the foi incr's brother, George Cassidy. of Cardwell Saturday. Hold Services Today for Little Hickman Boy Funeral services were held this morning for Elmer Lee Arwood, Iwo-ycar-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. George Arwood, who died at Ihe family home in the Hickman community, northeast of this city, yesterday morning. Interment was made at Bar field cemetery. Tho Blylhevlllc Undertaking company was In charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased is survived by his parents, one brother and one sister. ! portrait- carries a date of 1808. howing it was obtained about' f hree years after the bank was organized. The pictures will be cleaned up, Slacker' says, and an exhibit made In the bank window in the future. Hospital Notes Patients dismissed from the Dl; (hevllk- hospital today: Miss Wil j Ward, city; Miss Anlela Anclcrso ,tcele. C. D. Williamson and family arc recovering from n light case of ptomaine poisoning. Mrs. S. C. Beale and Tony liealc were in Memphis Sunday visiting S. C. Bealc who is there for treatment. Mr. Bcale will be In the iiospital lor some time. Mrs. Louise Barry of Memphis is visiting Mrs. Curtis Freeman. William Blaylock of Hlylhevlllc was in Wilson visiting his son Aubrey Baylock who is Installing the new gin here. Mr. and Mrs. Tennic Bmr are the proud parents of n now tlnugh- ler bon Monday night. Mothcrnnil daughter are doing fine. Mrs. Burr was formerly Miss Gladys Threlkcld. Former Local Resident Succumbs to Meningitis Louis Frederick Simmer, son ol Mr. 11 nd Mrs. J. F. Simmer, formerly of Blylhi'villc and now of Maiden, Mo., died lust night at his home in that city from spinal meningitis. Funeral services are to be conducted at Hint city Thursday afternoon, 2 o'clock. Miss Mary Smith spent th week-end at her home at Kcnnett Roy Frlc was a Lcachvlllc vislto Saturday. The Uaplisl Women's Missionary Union met Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, at tlie home; of Mrs. Eslel Newsom. The Methodist Women's Missionary society met Thursday. Sept. 4, at the home of Mrs. M. Bishop. Raymond Williams of 'Maiden spent the week-end here with his patents. Miss Jewel Turner spent Sunday : Mor.ett visiting her parents. M. H. McClamruh of Ocola, Fla., id J. M. White of Cahhvcll vis- ed at Corning. Ark., Friday. Mrs. li. W. Pruett and Mrs. Lcs- ?r visited at U!oomficlii, Mo., Sun- ay. Hoy Lasley and Roy Stannil had mslncss In Dlylhevillc Saturday. Major Ray visited in Clarkton Vcclncsday. Mrs. J. S. Newsosn has return- id frc:n a visit with relaiivcs near 'amijou'.d. Mrs. Beckic Lou Gorham has re,un:cc! Irom a visit at North Bend, ;<el)., and at Slayler, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burcham arrived from Flint, Mich., last week Sol Steinberg had business in Kennett last Tuesday. Mis. Grace Griffin has returned lo her home at Joncsboro after a visit with her parents here. Miss Juanita Williams visited a lilythevillc Irom Tuesday to Fridaj of last week. Miss Gladys Keitl served in her place at the "Fill Inn" duving her absence. Mrs. O. E. Elum ot Flint, Mich has returned to her home after visit with relatives here. Ben DeBons of Paragonld hr. business in Cardwell Friday. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. s'elf vis itcd at Luxora, Ark., Tuesday. • William Lockard and Clehn Strader have returned from a tr! to Tcxarkana and other points 1 Arkansas. , Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lambkin of Pratt, Kans., and Vernon Mann of Liberal. Kans., visited In Cardwell week. Rev. George DcHofT, who is conducting a revival near Boyntou, spent the week with L. S. Bran- 1111111 and family. Arthur Jones arrived Tuesday from Flint. Mich. He will intend Sandy Ridge Cotton picking is In full swing now. The crop In this community it Is culmatcd will scarcely exceed half of last year's. Mr. and Mrs. House of Memphis visited In the Foster home recently. Candlcr Grey and Ben Lamb have returned after several weeks visit In Mississippi and Tennessee. Miss Iris O'Neal visted last Wednesday n the home of Mrs. P. H. Bevill. W. F. N'Neal jr., of- McFerrln was a visitor here last Thursday. The Misses Whittle were callers at Mrs, Whorlic Bevill's hame last Friday afternoon. Misses Vclnia and Vara Vinlng visited at New Liberty Sunday. Harrison Wilson ot Tennessee ;as been a recent visitor here. Mrs. O. Bevill's niece, Miss Pearl iman, visited here last week end NEW WAR GKOUP INDIANAPOLIS. (UP)— Shor crm soldiers, sailors and marine re out to assert their rights. In orporatlon paiwrs were filed wit! he Secretary of Slate Otto Fifiel or tnc "Less than Ninety Day Veterans Association." 'hysicians Attend Meeting at Oiceola Doctors I, R. Johnson, Paul I. 'Ipton, M. O. Usrey and F. D mith attended the meeting of the llssisslppi County Medical Society i Osceola last evening. Dr. Carl Sanders and Dr. Thoms D. Moore, of Memphis, were the pcakcrs; Dr. Sanders discussiiiE Cancer of the Colon," while Dr. iloore's paper was on "Kidney Trouble." All parts of the county wererep- escntcd at the program given at he court house. FIND "SHINPi-.'.STEUS" NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. CUP) — Relics ot the past years, a framed collection ol fractional currency, called "shhiplasters," was found along with a portrait of George Washington in the basement of Ihe Otoe County National bank building here, reveals John D Stocker, cashier. The Washington BOILS CJUW*CU$n.YAWAY lhlnx l]kt tM» lp«l«l!tt-| lfe, Cubed. Instamlr atoM S in. HtaJs oteinlibi. Gel :rbott from trouble In 2i h Qulctetl r«li«l . ot. Etta oar*. Aauilnil l «T« kno»S. 'Just a few wordsof praise of your medicine. Nothing gave me relief and health as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did. 1 am a practical nurse and was so rundown that I was unable "to work. I used to suffer agonies at limes and would have to lie down the biggest part of the day. After two bottles of Vegetable Compound I felt better. Now 1 have used ten bottles and feel fine. 1 recommend it to many of m> patients."—Mrs. Florence Johnson, R. R. $3, Crtetojw, Lydia E, Pinta's Vegetable Compound r the \Voman who wouldn't Talk* GUM Passes 100 Hightower News The revival held here by the Rev. Slallonl of Bljlhevllle and Ucv. Couchinan of Jonesboro doiei! Tuesday niglit of last week with new mem- ot Ihe devotional for Ihe Ehna • the addition of (lirec Elam group which met. at the ] bcrs to the church, church with five members In at- Miss Edith Peters of Doll visited tendance. Romans 12 was used and Miss Mabel Fmulrcii Monday, Mrs. Alvin HuHman taught the Tuesday and Wednesday ol last last lesson of the mission study "At I week. the King's Command." Mrs. H. L. j Mrs. Charley Pclers ot Dell vis- Chambers dismissed the group with prayer. The ten members and two guests at the Edith Allen group, entertained by Mrs. J. W. Bishop, had m c ?i snj t'Vo/ /WflH. '"'g/u « PM itcd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Fondren, the IIM part of the ucek. Mrs. Troy Ramcy left Saturday moinlng Icr Mississippi to nltcnrl the funeral ol lie-r sister, who died in a hospital at Pine Bhilf. Ark., the devotional period conducted bv Mrs. E. E. Alexander who used the 1st Psalm and also led in prayer. | of typhoid fever. Reports of the year's work was a There are t\\o cases feature ot the meeting. In the social hour Mrs. Bishop served sher- tet and cake. of typhoid j Ramcy home U Pin^^-^ ' C '°'"' bi»; «rf/""''.«4«i J 0 "? chc^, ? r -.A-nn nn ?f/^ 1 « Have Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickciison entertained Mith a family dinner party last evening at their country home near Yarbro. especially complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Rob-! tor in Luxora Wednesday, ert Smart, of Richmond, Va.. v.ho • The Rev. Mr. Couchir.nn havo been here for a month. Mr. Smart it a brother of Mrs. Dlck- cnson. . fever at the Troy here. Cotton picking is now In full swing here, with pickers receiving 50 cents per hundred. Frank Mahon of East Prairie. Mo., called on Miss Matte Fondren Monday. Miss Lucille H.irkcy was a visi- Flan Religious Census and Week's Training Class A religious .census of 131 y the- villo Sunday afternoon by tto Sunday school. ot the First Baptist church will be the "first activity of the training school here next week according to plans made at the Sunday school workers' c'ur.cil — of Jonesboro was tli» dinner gucs', of the Misses Lav-erne and Lucllc Harkey Suiday. Miss Mable Fundrrn left Monday to attend sclicol. The Rev. Mr. Couchinan was the supper guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H S!:aw Sunday. School closed here Friday. H will reopen October 13. $500 REWARD FROM CLEVELAND PRESS •If there was one thing of which Mrs. Julian was firmly convinced, it was that "she could not hear over long distance." Even the thought of attempting it disconcerted her. So her daughter was not surprised one evening, after the telephone had rung, to hear her call excitedly: "Dorothy! It's long distance—Philadelphia I You take the call. You know I can't hear over long distance." Dorothy smiled. "Yes you can, mother, if you let yourself. It's as easy as any other call. Try it." Mrs. Julian shook her head, but turned again to the telephone. "Hello," she ventured, doubtfully / r i A pause, during which her perplexed expression gradually gave way to a delighted—and wondering—smile. "Martha!" she exclaimed at last. "This // a surprise! You'll be here day after tomorrow, for a \vholc week's stay? I am so glad!" And then, the wonder of it overshadowing even the joy of the coining visit, she continued, "Yon know, Martha, I can you just as well as if you were telephoning from across the street!" • tit Next day her son-in-law (name and address upon request) wrote a letter to the telephone company. "Mrs. Julian," he concluded, "is far from being an old fogey, but somehow she didn't know how easy it is to talk and over longdistance. Don't you suppose there arc still many who feel as she did?" tit Undoubtedly there arc. Long distance service has improved so rapidly in die hst few years tlut those who have not used it recently cannot be expected to know how much like local service it is. Cut the "proof lies in the eating." One actual call will tell you more about the case, speed, and KEAI. ANTIQVE I'lIX'K I 'UP)_,\ rel- i , FALLS CITY, Neb last night. There were 60 officers t lc o[ colonial Anicrira-i "nil) and teachers present. mny'-is a posscssior ol F p Wll- Thc plans, tor enlargement of the I Ea n, who lives sou'.hwcsl 'of' here school will also be featured with | The pcwler mug was bromht t- the - nightly training Ediool when i America with the pii-rims in tl>e Lc-mvb Meachum, state Sunday i seventeenth century H i --.'.ltd a school fleld worker, will teach "The i-flip mug" because" a r*r<on mu=' True Function of the ; Sunday, first flip hack with his, thumb Ihe School" while the Rev. A. S. Har-! trigger on the lid in order to re- well will use the text tx.ok "Win-1 ceivc the mug's contents. It has come to our aucntion thai unscrupulous persons fire spreading false and malicious rumors to Ihf etfKi thit out DUBBLE BUBBLE CHEWINQ GUM contains rurrntul •nd Ir.jurious ingredients, We hereby offer $500 reward to anyone furnishing information causing the erresl and convKlkm of »ny person or persons circulating such nirr.ors. As responsible makers ot high-grade chewing gum for over 15 years, we relent these malicious stories. DUBBLE BUBBLE GUM contains pure can* SM)far, com syrup, natural gums and finest of fl«vors—and a enclosed in a sanitary wrapper. It is manufactured in • daylight Uctory. under ssriilary corxjilkms er.d in compliance wilh the Pure Food Laws of the United Siales. y statemsms lo Ihe tomrary are absolutely false. THE FRANK H.FLEER CORR IMIILADELPHM.PX. m clarity of long distance than we could in a whole hook. For long distance is not only clear. It's speedy. In most cases you arc connected with the distant telephone while you hold the line, particularly if you can give the number of this telephone. It's personal. It is the only w.iy whereby question and answer may be exchanged between distant persons .is if they were talking face to face. And it's low in cost. Yon cun telephone 100 miles for 60c—for 35c if you call after 8:30 in the evening! May we prove it to you? Send us names of three of your friends in other cities. We will mail yon an out-of-town number book giving their telephone numbers, and the cost of a three-minute telephone visit with c.tch. Then call by number to one, or to all three. We'll let the service speak for itself. SOUTHWESTIRN BlLL TlLEPllONl COMPANY CITT 1'lcise scntt me an "out-of-town number hook," piving ilic telephone numbcis of the pcrsoni listed on the attached sheet, ar.J the cost of a dircc-minutc tilk to cicb. Strut itt fa\ it: Name... SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE' COMPANY

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