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PAGE TWO BI'YTHEVILfcJE, 1 • (AKK:)- COURIER -NEWS COUUCR NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET .. This Ticket Will , Admit H. .T.''.CIouse'..£ companion BlytheviUe —to the— '•* RITZ THEATER —4» set- Mr. Molo • Take* » Vacation" Miss Tvckrr Miss Jo Tucker of Little Rock, hcuseguest »f Mr. and Mrs. 'Byron Morse arid family, was wmipli- . merited , with a bridge lunc)ieon given yesterday by Mrs. Hoss D. Hughes *t her home. Garden flowers were arranged about the. entertaining rooms cf the Hughes hc-rhc where the 12 guests played Wdge. Miss Mariana Norman of Huntlngburg, Ind,, hbuse'euest' ol Miss Msri' Elizabeth Borum, »as aa out cf town giiesl Lunch •was served at- small tables bejfore the bridge games were begun. High score, prize went, to Miss Borum' arid second high to Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard. Gifts were also presented Miss Tucker and -Miss Norman. » k * Miss H*cg*rd Honored With Scries of Parties The last in the scries of parties given for Miss Ann Haggard of Claikstiale,' Miss.> housegu&st cf Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, was given Wednesday night by Mrs. E. B. Jackson. . Seven guests were entertained nl a dinner party at the Jackson home. Wednesday neon, Miss Haggard was guest of honor -at R luncheon party given by Miss Mary Helen Moore at the Rustic Inn. Seven guests attended. Miss .Haggard: returned to her home yesterday. Eho wns motored as' far as Memphis by Mrs. jRck- stn, .Miss Jackson. Miss LaFctra May and Miss June Rcbnnlllcr. • » . •» Compliments Housej:ii*sl Mrs. M. T. Hurr entertained eight guesls ' at a bridge party at her home Inst night In of her housegucst, Mrs. Clovls Crockett, of Wussn, who is spending n few days here with her. ' For decoraticns, the hostess had arranged bouquets of 'marigolds, phlox and other lute summer fljw- ers about the rooms. A salad plate was served tit the conclusion, of the gnmes • In which Mrs Mpbley Eslcs,\vas high scorer and Mrs Hward Frlsby, second .high. ^ FLAPPER FANNY COPB.l9HerilM5KVKC.IIK. I.Mure US PA1 By Sylvia Bits of NeWi Mostly Personals *,.„ i visit before • (joins to MorMhnJ Miss,,-to bj counseled with' !lio Meridian Oil and tice company after having Ijceii !»' the United .States Davy for four • years. . Mrs. Uasspji i ai)d .son will join him ll.icrc. about llio first of Sentc-nt- ber. Mrs. L. H.. Wflcli, Mrs. Roland qicon iind Mrs. James J). Chirk «p«U. yeslwdiiy In Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Ear] Simmons of •Norton, Kans., come WediiesduY uleht to spcjid two weeks here with . their daughter, Mrs. G. V. and family. and Nancy Worthy, of I Mortal Tree, came I Ills ' moraine ds'ewrnl days with llieir i,, ,.,„„].«. i ,> i '* spending mint, Mrs. b. 11. Welch, and lamIw: weeks In Union CRy, rreiin., ily, nnrl. their granaialher, D. T. us the guest pf Miss Riith Ulra; - Worthy, and family Mrs. GuHford Reed and children ! ' ct mpley, Teiin., came 'Tuesday to spend several days here with Mr. ami Mi.s. Roy Koonce. '" Mrs. Neville BlakemoK Is "resting well lit the Blytlievlllc;,.hospital follJiMng an .operation . performed yesterday. . . . ;• . / '••'. Mr, nnd Mrs. Hubert Potter and' .MOAT's brilliant 103S season lilts daughter, Miss ElalneY'ahd Bobby a sensational- climatt next .week Dean will'go-to'Hards • twlay lo R 'Mh.-'tv spectacular presentation In spend 10 days at Camp Rio Vista, overtoil.-," Pack.-'.Shell, • beginning Matt Hayncs, who has been con- Monday .night, Aug. 7, of Rudolph' fined td the home cf his son, J!m Frllnl 's musical saga of a dashing «»enl to which Allen Ifaynes, is now able lo « r; 8 UQ . -Francois Villon . . . rous- hcm! ; Hfe and 'Vagabond King' To Bc^ Climax Of ,. : MOAT' Offerings SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON J^KIDAY, AUGIJSJSi, 'l93Q i Read Courier Ntws wain ads. n .v , hdifor of Advance Elijah: A Lii'c oi' Courage I Kings 1.8:30-39 lo Baal, which after all was a i.. OfMlOY, n. 1). considerable company In support " "-' of the prophet, Elijah for' (lie pm-pos- pcrlcnrc that the hour o? 'dew cs ot this lesson. It, might have discouragement often follows the been '(i man of faith," for Eli-1 lime of 6 i'eatcst triumph, I'cv- jalis coinage was essentially osso-Miaps it is due to the lad th.it crntccl with the depth and streiiufh even a good man succumbs to ,f allil - ' , ' Uie physical strain, and that Ihe have seen thtil King Asa demon of doubt or of discoura'je- aud Ins son, King Jchoshtipliai, were !>«Ui confronted with widespread corruption in Israel, because of the Idolatrous worship in which Ihc jjeoplc were hnltalliii; pagan peoples who' unrrounclcd them. As we have indicated, this mis not merely a matter ot mfs- laken ideas In religion, but the wcrshlp . of liatil was associated with licentious practices contrary to tho tine ideals of home, family, nml social •relationships, which were so Indicated by tile religion of Israel. We forget perhaps at times (he i these Ideals of Integrity of love I T /> Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Pt t , (M Courier Newi Ft» Free Show Guest* out and is at the home of his '"*•. splne-llnBllflE, "The Vagabond daughter, Mrs. Charley Lutes. Van Elliott has been transferred lo Osceolu where he will be ccn- , King." ft will co-star the three taight- '/satcllites.of the year . . .lovely netted with the Anuerson-Claykn Etlltl Taylcr, the Dixie Nightingale; Cotton office during the fall sea- 5 »">sh-buckllng Guy Robertson, ro- E on. i 'nanltc baritone, and Jack Slieehan, U ,S. Benlsh is resting ivell at the Walls hospital following a .ton- slllectomy performed this morning. | the hew laugh king. It also 'Will bring back Vicki Cuimnlngs, who scored in "No, No, Nanette," and Robert Pitkln, re- 'T 11 If 1 -»r i ' 1'UHVi.li-., I\I1U IVUUUllf 1 AtAlli, 1 C~ ., i'n m 00 T,n"' solls ' H p. rl)er '-|mcmt ] erc < l Itr. sterling per onn- andOrvllle, of Liltourn, spent- S ev-j llllces ilv ,. Thc Ncw gMo ^ lV - m(1 2?i ^"^."J" 1 ^.!:- "^l"!!' "Robcru- Pitkln Is cast in the "Yeah, trust a man to come nroimcl when he smells some- thin' bakiii 1 , but where were you when there: were dishes to wash?" Osceola Society — Personal Surprise Birthday Party I hey also accompanied ton 4-H Ml , „,,<, Mrs- a A . L y I1(; u Club members to the university Tor spending today In Memphis. Ihc conference < Mlss KBt , lcl . |ne Doline iiy, Jit In, Mac-Morrison and Vivian Memphis, will return home St Scui-lock will leave Sunday moriilng any after having spent a few fcr u two weeks vacation on the hc ;. E w |i>, ' AI ,.. nm , M ^. vv -. nf '." and VQnly a Rose" sklcred sqme of Priml's best ... will be sung by the stars, supported in special arrangements by the 1m- nblc pf 75 sinking boys relationships ore a product of Jewish life and religion. It would be, well, In an age when, without. Idolatrous worship, or with Idolatrous worship iti oilier forms, there seems so great danger of society's lapsing into loose and evil practices, if we could revive ami something of that nobility purity of life upon whtcii Elijah insisted. Elijah seems to have stood with the minority in Israel, though he had a great many more tolloivers than he was disposed to believe. In his couragcmenl. moments of clis- girls. .. u Clulf Cfcast. They will be accom- Glove MbsDoiinetvforniertv Tncl ' e wU1 bc al lcnsl tnvce Wg panted M far i, s Jnckson, Miss., made iWliotnc her" ' '' ..... ..... "'"""' '"' ™"" u " 11 """'- 1 ' by Joscphbjc ScuDock who will visit Ml , illl(1 Ml . s . E r ; Fl , y , nrc cs _ ' 1 " 1 PC=t«cl return the n»Uf the Mrs.'W. E. Hunt nnd Miss Illanco ° C11C ,™ Wages will also BO wllh W cck /rom Koiilka, Miss., where r-nro wnri> h-et/iune tn lh..,«> f.hl.c l " Cm rcj ' « Vls 't ^'l 1 ' I'OlatlVeS In (hr.v nl-* uKHIno rr>l n tiunt Cicero were to three tables of bridge players »t the home of that section. Mrs. J. C. Scurl-cck are Mr. nml Mrs. Ilnr:l[l J.. Fink of Ul 111 Ulgl: IJllVJlUlb HI 111U IIUIIIC 01 ,,.IV1 , , I'll. 1IIIU IVL1.1. IIUL^UI u.. rllll^ Ul Mrs. Hunt yesterday afternoon In ' ,'" ncM »»l»»»' »« Pai'ly lo Tnhi- Monroc [A wlll Brrlvc , tomorro , v " 1U T "" tor » vls " «'»). another nlghl to vislt MK . Huk's parents, Mrs. C. S. Kliijj and Mv „,„, , Mrs _ c E Cou | te r." Ncxt . special compliment (o H. Lovcwell versnry. A low nl.er birthday nmil- }'„ f/T " n- iwwl.of marigold v.'r ^* week, Mr. and Mrs. Pink auct'Mr. Entertains'Cluh x *' At Lunciieou Tarty Instead cf the weekly afternoon meeting, members of the Double Mi Bov „ , Pour Erkli5e club were entertained •with -a luncheon yesterday by Mrs. Theodore L:gao at her home. The three courso luncheon was served at small tables arranged in rcoms decorated wllh bouquets of golden ; glow, cosmos,. zirinias and marigolds. •Mis. Howard Piisby was high scorer atid Mrs. John Foster, second high, in the eames •which fcl- lowed. tnghesl scoiei, each guest was allowed ti diaw for Individual ellU; the preference according to Mrs: Tj"\rv.cll was ' '' " kerchiefs Mr. mil! Mrs. W. B. Collier!, nnd ! ^Mahl Mcllwain of Slircvcport, Emmanuel Community Clars Has.Party . Mrs. Vela Duncan entertain K) 22 members and friends of tho night. After games were played, the hostess served Ice crenm to the group. Mrs. Duncan ijs teacher of the group. * * * Honor Miss AycoCk Members of the Emmanuel Baptist church gave .1 handkerchief Ehower Wednesday night for Miss Dorolhy Aycock iji appiecialion for the service she rendered as organist during the revival. » « . *• Mrs. Max Vr'arie ond am, Gene, of Memphis, who have been visiting their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, G. Rlchaidson for (lie past two weeks will return home Saturday. Mrs. Myrtle Dunigan and three daughters, Dorothy, Marjorie and Wanda Joe of Mlillgan Ridge spent part of last week here with Mr. and Mrs, Jessie Mosley where Mrs. Edward Tcnfovd Herbert Shlpncn mid Miss Virginia daughter, Clam Virginia, have re- Uv> wli , nl ,. lvc {on ^ M 'io spend .9 fishing, uty cf n (he ".weekend here with his nvrthcn. •;ine ^Lriilf Cons, nnd <H ^Mrs^'MoUy McIlwatn.'He'wiirhavt •ii "i at ; ,', TJ ' 0i ' " ls ° vb ~ ns lllR auest.'Miss Mary Jane Me"-. Itcd St. .Aiigiisllnc nnd Jacksonville j^i,,, a | so O f Slircvcport. rcliitlves in Co- Ml . nlu i Mvs j H _ Snlart Sr-] Miss,, on the way home. lllu | Mr . «iid Mrs. J. K. Smnrl Jr. Osccoluns who linve »,ni io,, V e In the morning on -.a , son, Fn.uk Givlnii mitt Jim Bumi. [ f Mrs. Edgar Tioium and Miss I Lonctla Pflttcrsoii, who Is coil- Mnr y Elizabeth Borum ami their Jr.. caunly "ected with the HOI.C offices In housegucst; Miss Mariana Normnii Among flic Sick Mis. Harry Miller health nurse, who underwent, a Memphis spent the weekend" with Icnsitectcmy at the Memphis Eye. lw parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enr. Ncse and Throat Hospital a Pnttots.'n, K'eck ago and who has been kept Miss Mary Ellis Miller of Kcn- of Huiillngbvirg, Ind,, arc spending •today in Memphis. '. Miss .losie Uacr and Jack Baor, of St.. L-.uls, will spend the wcck- i t , n ,, , , , ,, ' ,, , ,, "x~.. yi ol u.nis, win ^ncjui vni; \M;VK- In everal days, Is able to be, out ncll, Mo., is visiting her parents. c nd here wit\i relatives. They, are again. and Ifnrry .. „ n,, „ , 0 .-, -. --- - lm . ly Ull '"; c Gulf » wr B!lox| . M'ss-' icluriiccl last night Irom a visit in the Forrest Park Apartment hotel Among (he Osceolu young peaplc .s«ringricti) 1 *| cm l!' 1 ?; , , I ; vi '° lllivc R'lciutcd the Itclel Pea- I '""or. II. A. McIIaney, of Keinictt, W |», i'h ^ W , f cmnci;le(l b «y roof the past week lo dance spent Wednesday here with his with the revenue department office with ttic Jan Oarbcr orchestra an at West Memphis, is conlincd to Ills bed at the home of his mother In this city with an infected leg. ..Mrs. Irn Wright, Western Untcn operator at the local office, who lias been ill for the past nine weeks, Is ntile to be up some each day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright have moved from ttic Carhvright apartments to the Willie Fletcher luinc on St: John Avenue. Mrs. J. C. Scurlock slipped nnd fell on the linoleum in her home last Saturday, spraining her ankle, and has been on Crutches for several days. W. Edriiigton and 1 daughter. Madeline Ellen Edrlng- »? ^--^chmch, and ton, accompaiHed by Pear, Cart. . , - beate, Miss, have gone to Sehner. evangelistic meeting. will conduct an ght, have taken a cottage al GuUport for two weeks, Mrs. Ert- rington also lias her nephew, Tommine Nick cf Mount Vcr- A«rc Vrrt riA I \ , I11IUU WICK dtTOail •no eiratlon underwent non, 111., with her.. recowtag* 1 ^ Wa " S ho5p1ta> - is |»" a son, Hay Madden, left Sun- Mr nnri M i/ii Y "*>' niotnliig lor. a three weeks va- grand^on charir- lilVh ? , " nd catlon lri " to t!le Wcst Including Mr. ana Mrs. Inland Hod&e. .Mrs. lo^stone National Park JJL.S aun . 1 !? Mt > .Itodge. \v. W. Pre^tt? W W PrcwIU Jr., and Mrs. rrovltt have returned from a two weeks vacation totir of " " ' ' r.' and Mrs. Odcan WaUoiiT Periy Marmon has relumed to visiting _, . 'c daushlcr, Mis. l>. II. Mo:re, aild Charles U:won, Iliim-y Jaiiics Sniilh. family ! Josephine Fraztcr. Nanoy Snow Wil- actly Southern, of. Kenncll, came son, Leo Schrlcck, Sarah Catherine yesterday lo spend several days he.re Mnvfleld, Clementine Do«en nnd will, Miss Mary Helen .Moore. Howard BOVVMI. Imrort , ^, Qorc and Jack \ Vel)b Hcnty Albert Smith of St. louis nrP s ,,endinj today in Memphis. . is tl\p guest of his aunt, Mrs. Prcd I Miss Capilola Whitworth, - Miss PaUers-.n. and Mr. Patterson. Jessie Brown and her fiance, -.lr.'ii Mrs. J. c. Scurlock, Jcsephinc j. Traynor, will, go to SI, Loiiis soil-lock, bouisc Conway and Mrs. tomorrow to Vic, the guests ot Mr. W. T. Ramsey nticnrted the Peach and Mrs. Ji .T.. Tiaynpr Sr. • Miss Festivnl at r'oircst City last week. .Brown-win remain for. a week's Adair Hook and Truman D. Car- Icy were lulling near Marked Tree Wednesday. Mrs. T. B. Gideon of West Pclnt, vitrt wllh' them, but Miss w or Hi and Mr. Traynor will, retui'h Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Ca'r- . . . . . ,Miss., spent three days with the , DC ' Uer j lavc family cf her sister. M«. J. C.Scur- , Irom " lock the pnst week. are cousins. them through western North Carolina, the Great Smoky Mountain NiUiou- al Park, the blue grass rejlrns of tlic World Congress. They retnrn- .. „ -ed by way of -Florida, the Gulf Mrs. Jtmmif Gnaltncy and chll- C cast nnd New Orleans: .They we're dicn CiMOIiii. Betty and Jhninle mvny Uo wecV:s . . - Ciwaltncy Jr.. will leave loday for, D r . n ,id Mis. J. E. Beastey niV-l Lnkc Uirc. N. C.. It spend three | Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holland ic- ivccks vacation at l-nkc Lure Inn. turned the first ot Ihe-wecV; (wii) Mrs. S. V. Kra?lev and daughter. New York city where .'they ,i}wtijf Josephine, and Mrs. Clem Biwcn » week. They attended the F»U' drove to Water Valley. Miss., yes- while there. Icrrtay fcr the watermelon festival. Mrs. Joe Ucamy. Miss Jcssl; — j Brown and Betty MAlnlUn spent t yesterday in Memphis, ' ',: I Mrs. James llassoti nM jon, ,I6ei , ct Norfolk, Va., arc spenrtlnj Uia Land summer here wllh ISrs. Hasson'^ ;pavents. Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Mc-j . At Hnsson motorert TUc Eev.' ,1, T. Hood siiperan- nuatcd Mclhotllsl mlnislrr. ivlll hcre nll(1 "«™i"Cd for a ten day speak at the Promised Land clnirch Sunday morning al. the 11 o'clock service. J He will preach in the absence of thn Hev. A. W. Harris. p,islor. who will nwl his sisters, Mrs. -Alvlej Lexington they visited the Uiiiver- : M being be al (lie YjirUro ,111 evangelistic meeting is iJarratt and Mrs Troy Parish. ( ^ Speed tests have shown that the Boeing Clipper 314, bsmg fully . loaded, will «ru1se at 10,000 feet t'ina miles an hour, while »t cnly 60 p«r cent of »V»H*Wt «00 horsepower. the sity tf Kentucky, from which Mr. Prewill was gradunled. Mr. snrt ^5rs. E. H. Burns and son, Jamie, and Miss Inez Kincaid are expected homo this week from! rayeltevllle, Ark., where they have attended the annual conference of agricultural extension wcrkurs. — HOTEL PEABODY-r Air Condilioiiod For Your Comfort Lowest Hales 1H E. Main St. - Blythevlllc Complclc Line of WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Water-Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP HO.S. Second Piionc 3D dance iiuinbcrs by Billy Holbrook's Our lesson centers mound Hie famous lest by fire. In which Elijah had a' siyn from heaven liut the prophcls of Baal to rom We can neither explain nor comment upon the miraculous aspect of the narrative, but Ihc one thing that docs stand out so strongly is the integrity and honor of Elijah in contrast with the trickery an< deceit lha thave always been now famous chorus line of 25 ilanc- part of false relrgion and of Ihi, Ina beauties, and featured numbers 'activity of false prophets. by Harriet Piiislein, stnr ballerina The ultimate test of the true of "Babes In Toyland," I as distinguished from the, false Audiences will see pr:bably the Ms the sincerity ami unselfishnes. UKst elaborate scenic and lighting of all effects thus far this year, and a wclion. dazzling display of colorful cos- sense lumes. true religious faith mi' Elijah was not in any self-seeker, nor had h in mind the establishing of hi icnl attacks him when he has v lie least strength to resist. Uut llijiili stands, none the less, as a real ligtne of .faith and of cour- ge. We think of him in his hour I faith and'victory, rather than i his mood of unwarranted iso- atlon. He was only one among lie faithful. '$ $ S S 5 $ $ FRIDAY, AUG. 4 J25 GOOD RliASONS Why You Should A Hen d Matinee or Nighl Vill Discuss Baptist Meeting At Atlanta "What the Baptists Did In At- antii" will b« the subject used by he Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Uaptisl church, at the morning services Sunday. The ser- uon will be built around the World Congress in Atlanta which the Rev. and Mrs. Carpenter recently attended. Also at the 10:40 a.m. service here will be special music by ih3 choir and the ordinance of tap- Ism will be observed at the otose of the preaching service, The Rev. Mr, carpenter's next liiree sermons will be based on the Congress at which G2 nations ;vere ixpicsentcd In what was probably Ihe largest Baptist gathering in history. The Congress meets every five years. The sermons are cx- >ccle<l to be of interest not only o Hie Baptists, but to others i-s well. Tliei-e w 111 1)0 a cost cf 22 prin- J nw " power or aiithoi ity. He lie cipals lo carry along the swift,is 51 " ln his tcst b >' nrc b J' r!>11!n aclion of Uie piny in three Dlg'n" lhc DCORlc 'o him. acls and five sparkling scenes. I Wc mvlsl remember Unit, <le- Roberlsrii will play the rosiie. i s !" lc lhc h! S h teachings nn< Francols Villon; .Miss Taylor,' he ' ihc:l!s . thal cmcvgecl, it _ was At The Hospitals Blytlicvitle llspitat Joyce T.'mlinson, city, admitted Marjcrie Gill, Dell, admitted. Walls Hospital I», S. Beiiisli, city, admitte'd. Mrs. Roy Parish, city, dismissed J. C. Hayes, cil-'. dismissed IMcjiipliis i>Rth«list Hospitul Mrs. H. S. Hollcy, Stele, admitted, Mrs. J. E. Green, city, admitted A. J. Kctchum, Steele, admitted Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. J. W. Flynii, Wilson, admitted. . J\liiicl Your Manners Test your knowledge" cf correct mclnl usaec by misworttrj liic fol- Iqwiny (iiicstions. then checking against the nulhoiitativc answers rjelpw: 1. What is the procedure fcr checking tut. of a hotel? .2. Whnl sliould you do -.vhen you arrive at n hotel to call hi friends? 3. MIIJ- n woman go Into a iulcl rliiilng room without n hat. if siic is a guest' at the hotel? ' 4. Is it gcod manners to carry people wore trt'iiiendously Impressed with tlie nilracle that they sa\v, and we ire told that they fell on their faces Gosneil News \V. 'ill. U.aMcets Mrs. M. E. Crawford was electee chairman of lHcrature f .i(t a meeting of the ' Oosncll Baptist^;'Wo ntan's Missionary Unidii" Wellies tiny at the church. Eight member and three visitors were present. The business session was opencc with a song followed with a de nucl kaid,' "Jehovah, he is God; ™tional by Mrs Oladys Jones, wh Jehovah, ho is God." !'f (l {ro "' lsa ," ns - A " ra S" cr b How Bcniiluc was tliis demon- Mfs - °- E - Co ^ was followed bj slralion and its repentance we « , stlld S' of "The Standard of Kx cannot tell, but Elijah's triumph ,«llence for W. M. U." by Mrs. .' as Ihc prophet of the living wns complete. That it was complete except Tor Elijah himself. f • + As has so ollen happened in the world, we find llic man of courage despondent ant! wcacknlng after he has fulfilled his purpose. He cries out to God in a voice ol despair even in his hour of victory. ! complaining that all Israel has ba- I ccme recreant and that, he only M. Fmnkhum. Ivirs. Lee Rilcy sai< ihe closing prayer. R/>ad 'Courier News wnni aas BUY NOW PAY TKIS FALL! i. 11. " K.OU manners lo carry I is lert .,„,,„,„ ll)c f n ui,f u i -i-i.c niiKK 'I'lllMi'tJ If, ««*y a stack c f hotel ,UUo»cry7 | ^ voice had to r ™ dine, him "X& »,',^'RS ' fl. How much should one'-; wntlcr ii,..! 7r , n() ....I .,„, ],„,,.„. M.. i. m . ]' ""16, KM AIKh, j ly . 'i-.- , , MlitU IUUU IluCI llfJL- IJOVS C\l IHC Kll_U o Iir>Atiii^r> i*?/-**>»r be tipped nt an American-plan > K FENDUR WORK, Kitchen Floor Full of Ants? hotel,? What would you do if— . Yen. do not believe in tiuotn?. and d: not intend lo tip. Would you— * (a) 'Eit nl, lunoh counters, where tippint; is not. ruslomanV? ««'<•'« lijwiotct rid of item. Fini.kwpltoijr. panlry pJiolvM, cupboarrf?, rto.. Irrc Irom lo&l K\pGCt£d pirlictca, Biignr, rtc. Tliat'a what atlracla ant*. (b) Eat ivherc tlpplnt! i; —but A'-, not tip? Answci-s 1. Teicphcnc the cashier lo make • P' 11 _ _ \ wronti. ett a can of l!co Brantl Tnsccl - Sprinkle il in corners arjrj along Ifte back cJfc-c* i nl ahri\xs, Vtack of und tm.Ier the filnk. rcfrigera- Olll vont 1 bill Whnii u H jum mil. WI1CH it into cracks nnd cicvi«s, ------ and under »-all baarda. Huild poirdor ,S C.,111- barriers UctRT;on Ihft anta' ncsta and placrfl '.Bptitikiollce , n nac OlCtCO, Lcl?pn011C for a bellboy to w hc»thcyf«d.Ou1a;deihfrhouse,BprinklcB j« sent to your ro:,n. Take key U l^J^.^A^i g-^, Ine desk; pny bill; and U you arc tw uc^tmoniJi regularly, and pu5&fe^ cxpsctlug mail; leave a forwarding address. 2. Telephone frurii lobby. 3. Yes. 4. No. • A 5. He sh:\i!d be tlnped at the 'end cf every \vcek-aboul five per benl > bl the 1 board one is' payin.-;. Best "What Woulrt' You Da" so- menl.s regularly, yoii'll aoor. he free of anfa. llpc IlranrI Insect Po^-der rpzlly kilia ants, roaches and ollwr crawlinp inMCIs quicV — yet It s entirely gsfe to use atound Hie house. Insiat on the genuine Hec riranrl Insect Tow- or yaur montv boci. NOTE: Vnw ran also kill ant* anrl roaches 0,1 irtll as Jlifs and twijui Hrand Insect Sj>ray. Ktad rf PAINTING. KAOIO: BODA ANi All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 633 Always Opci RATE CUT TO 90^-25-year Home Loans Now $5.81 Per Month Per $1,000.00 F-H'A Administrator Slewart McDonald announces "most favorable financing m ms ever available lo home liwyers oil a nationwide basis in the history of the country'." BUIL BUY REFINANCE We Loam Any wfteic in Arkansas GUARDIAN COMPANY 303 Pyramid. Biffg. '. Nathaniel Dyke Jr., Pres. Phone 2'3464 Rock, Ark. »»NDOiPH NkNCV SCOTT-KELIY CESAR ROMERO BINN1E BARNES JOHNCARRADINE A 20»h C*n1vry<Fc>i Pidui* Also selected slioii subjects, Admission Mntinco 10i: & 2Gc 16c & 3Cc. Saturday >, HIS STRANGEST j CRIME ADVENTURE! PETER LORRE MR.MOTO TAKES A VACATION JOSEPH SCKItDKRAtir l!OKl 4IWIU VISGINU flftB JOHN KIHG IVA STEWART AMlhCinlury-Fo* P.'ilure Also rarloon & serial "Orcgmi Trail.' 1 Continuous .show. isL'ion till -5:00 After 5:00 p.m. .inJ.JOc.j &•-? l(Sc_ & 31c Sunday - Monday The 'KID'...Yokel bo} goes li> lown! TAT... Jiati gyp off the old block I MiVY...Aboltlebaby WD from PATD'BBItH-WMHtHtlRiilS'iOAHBtOMDElL KM (0«SOH . MNE WfllUN . SUNUY FltlDS •uil mmiuH.itMii TIIEI KrcM >) UTO Smoi • Pr K !.rt( k, KIWKJ ItK. • - Also Paramount Nr.ws & Cnmccly- Cnnfrnuoiis 5 ! ln w Suntl.iy A Am. Sun. Mat. A Nighf 16c &, 3fc Adm. Monday iUalincc lOc *'zGc Mm. Slomlay Ni^hi ]fic A: '}'jc ROXY <trtmlS5lon. slwayj I0<s A 2Sc Hatlncea Fri.-Sat-Snn. Friday "*• Saturday Also t-atloon ft Ilir. Wllilcniftss." Saturday. serial "Hawk Continuous sli Sunday-Monday 'COASTGUARD . wilh I<;imlf.-lpli Scoll, Ua!|ih Hc laniy and Frances Dec. Also Fo\ Xcws S C'oincily •*•

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