The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 25, 1939
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PAGE TWO .'(AUK.) COUHllOll FRIDAY,.AUGUST 25, 1930 COURIER NEWS COMrUMENTARV TICKET Thta ticket WU1 AimH M. H. Kogtts * companion Luxori, R(. 1 THEATER —4o •»— "WINTER CARNIVAL" FLAPPER FANNY ' COHt. !>» BYKCAStRVICC. INC. T. M. «O.U. 5. rdT. 0*r.- Ycung- People Have Breakfast at 1'ark Twenty five yining people from the A. D. Muse Youth's conference being held here had n sunrise breakfast at Walker Park this morning. Tlie group met at Uie Muse lent at the corner of Seventh and Main streets at 5:30 o'clock before going to the Park where I Ins were built and breakfast cooked. A song service, and brief business meeting followed breakfast. Problems of the Conference \veVc discussed and plans made to have a fish fry on Hie banks of Ihc Mississippi river Friday morning at-six o'clock. * « * ts Htslns lo Glib Miss .Virginia Martin, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.- Tom P. Martin, entertained meriibers of her bridge club and one gu6sl, Miss Mildred MoSre, with « parly: yesterday nf- ternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Supert Crslton. The guests played bridge on the sun porch which Was decorated with summer flaxen and plants. Miss Patty Shahe was high scorer and Miss Jane Branson, second. A salad plate Was served «t the conclusion of the games. * » * Burks Family Has Rennion I Members of the Bil'rks families and their relatives were CntortAliied at an all day picnic and outing at Walker Park Wednesday when it %as decided to make the jcunton ah '.'annual, affair. \Vatermelon was eaten by Ihc * group before lunch was spread un- 'de't the,trees. During the afternoon, the children enjoyed the playground equipment. Supper Was served before the patty left the park. Included In the guests were tlie foil:wing from out of town Mrs. T P Johnson and daughter, Ann Marie, of Chaffec, Mo, and the Rev. and.Mrs. Earl Burks and children, Jane, Nancy and Carlyn of • Tlirockmof ton,. Tex. « • * Lunchcth Party' Given fbr Club An old fashioned Southern luncli- eQn---.was served',members of the Double Four Bridge club nnd four giiests by Mrs. \V. S.,Langd-.n who entertained at her suburban home yesterday. The menu, all of which was pro ducts, from her place, wa's planned I abolil fried chicken and climaxed with apple pie a la mode. Besides the members, guests at the party v,ere Mrs T. J. Barnes, Mrs. P.'L.' Husbands, Mrs. J. G. Barnes and Mrs. Bob Gwynn. The entertaining rooms Were dcc- tfratecl. with flowers from the hostess' 'garden. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford was high scorer . niriong the club members and Mrs. T. J. Barnes among the gucsls. Pastor and Wife Hrnfrcd at Party. The ftev. Bbyd Eldredge, paslor of the Second Baptist church, arid Mrs. Eldredge, who.came here last week from Leaclvi'illc, were honored with a party and shower by members of the church last nlsjht. 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, 212 South 18th street. A blue and pink • decorative .Ethimt! was 'used thronihoul the house. Balloons suspended from thfe ceiling and garden flowers in the entertaining rooms carried out the two colors. Pink and blue crcps paper extending from the dining table to. • the living room led the Rev. anti-Mrs. Eldredge to the table where the gifts were arranged. Ptlzes which Bits of New* Mostly Personal* New Styles For Fall "Who says you can't make a living beachcombing? This is worth a Quarter." Osceola Society — Personal Visitor Honored AVlili Luncheon One of the mcsl 'nttrncUvc ntu 1 - tles of the week was the luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Joe Rhodes lid Mrs. U. n. Wcrlv, in the Rhodes home on Lee Avenue li pccial compliment to Miss Chnr- ottc Holt of Salem, III., who' Is he guest of Miss Catherine Htir- vell. Tail baskets of yellow innvlgald; nnd greenery iicccntcd the colc.r lotc of yellow and green used i< •)thcr decorations and menu. Hand nindq, place cards suggcsllvc of tin ^nests' n a 'Ucs marked the places Fnllojk-iiiV luncheon, parlor names coiifcsts«aiid imislc. liumliprs \vcr enjoyed. The gucsls were Miss cnlhcrm Harwell, Miss Charlotte Holt, Mrs- is. II. Burns, Mrs. felvvnrtl Teuton Jr., Mrs. D. S. Lancy, Mrs. M. r McOcalman, Mrs;. Paul Gnllowii Mrs. L. T, Lawrence, Mrs. \V. J Colbert, Mrs. E. S. CriUflehi, Mr Mike Pnrrkh, Meinhhls, Mrs. n.. L He lick, Luxor.i. imoiiR the Sick Airs. iMoudc Travis no formerly lived In Osceola, now ve nl 1018 Tutwllcr In Memphis. Mrs. C. M. Horton and daugh- :r, Miss Cora Hogfui, liaVc l-c- irnctl Irohl a Uv'o wctks visit to elntlves In Cairo, Chester and An- A, III. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tiionic illdrcn, EuffCtie and tfliznliath eturned yesterday from three dny pent with Mr. Thome's fntherj nd other relatives In and near onosboro. Dr. W. J. Shcddcin wns a busl- iess,,Visitor In Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. U Boyce will iave as their giltsl for the wekend, Mrs. Boycc's nephew, Boh Kendall, f St. Louis. He,will be acconiitan- cd by n friend from the sn'ino city, vlio will also be a guest in the Joyce home, lioth hoys will enter .lie S:uthcast Missouri Slate t'cacliers College at, Oa]X! aiinr- deavi following their visit here. Mrs. Martha Litwhorn, county supervisor «[ WPA aiou.sekeephig Aid projects, of Mnnlln, wns In town Thursday visiting the local office. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burks and children, Jane, Nancy and Carolyn of Throckmorlon, Tex., have returned home Rfter a visit with friends and relatives. They also visited relatives In Michigan, Illinois ntid Canada. The Hcv. Mr. Burks, pastor ol a Baptist church lu Throckmorlon, received his M. R. K and Tli. u, degrees from Southwestern Seminary of Fort Worth, Tex. Mrs. Charles E. Brown and son, Don, of Greenwood, Miss., have returned home after spending a week hero with Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs. O. B. Pecry, and family. Mrs. J. E. Green, who underwent an <pera(lon nt (lie Memphis Methodist hospital recently, Is convalescing at her home on the Yarbro road. Mr. and Mrs. Rayrhon Payne and Mary Lutes have returned from a vacation spent in Detroit, Chicago and Winter, Wise. They visited Ellis Burks and family In Detroit, Lance Payne and Alva Burks In Chicago, and George Payne In Winter. Mrs. Milton H. Allenbeig and daughters, Ann and Kay, stopped icfe yesterday for a brief visit with Mrs. AHenberg's father, B. H. Levy, and brother, Ben Levy Jr. They were en route to their home In Memphis from Chicago where they had spent a month. •. Mrs. E, B. Stanley and Miss Gibson News lins been were awarded to winners In the games played were presented as gifts to the Rev. and Mrs.' Eldtedgc.' After the games, a dessert course of cake and ice cream was served. kept nl home this week with ah infected toe. Mrs. O. T. Cioscwlch, who has been In bed for several weeks, Is able lo be up part ol each day. Mrs. D. Webb Is 111 at her home on Hale Avenue. Max Stowarl Is In bed with nn attack of malaria. Mrs. J. T. Rlioads, who has IrceU lliitc sick for the past Icn days s improved. Her daughter, Mrs W. B. Johnson of Nowpcrt, Is with er: Onll Dean D.ivcnporl, small .son of Mr. and Mrs.' Ira Davenport, -.•ins been quite sick with colitis for several days. He Is miich improved. » • » Win.s Loving Cup Betty Jean Coleman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coicman wns awarded the silver loving-cup at the banquet and awards ceremonies held at Camp Oypsy, bl- loain Springs, this week, marking the ofliclal closing cf ciunp. Tills At The hospital* Ulythcvllle. hospital Paul Fowler, Cooler, admitted. 1 Wnn<!« Louise Douvhind. Manila, admltlcd. Joy Marie Prater, Brtigg City, lisinissed. Mils. A. A. Martin, city, dismissed. Memphis. Mrs. O. C. Proctor and son, Jimmy, of Kansas City, came yesterday lor a visit with Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Snipes. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Godwin and children, Lehman, KCgenold and Dlcksle Gall, of Armorcl, arc vacationing in Hcber Springs and the western part of Arkansas and points of Oklahoma. Miss Clara Peery is spending today In Luxcra where she went for the funeral of Louis Spmm. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crafton and children have returned from Hetef Springs where Ihcy visited rcln- HVcs for two weeks. Miss Kale Ganskc of Peru, Ind will leave tonight for St. Loiils after having spent, n week, here with her brother, o. C. Ganskc, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurkin, who have been making their 111 Nashville,'Tenn., this sumiuci while Mr. McClurkin worked en his Ph. D degree, have returned here for the school term. They tire lliclr home at 1121 Hcarn slvcct Mrs. T". G. Rclchcl mid daughter Mary, who have been spending the summer In points of Indiana nn< Wisconsin with relatives, arc ex IJccted lo return home this weekend Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Arnold tint Joe Macon ol Austin, Tex., wl! flrm rayon sheer day dresses. SPe ' U ycstcrd!iy '" molded en the lines of fall's most important silhouette-high-bosomed and sllm-wnistcd with moderate fullness swinging toward the bacK. Notice the embroidered medallions and gold kid belt on the slightly dressier model at left. And, at right, the interesting neckline and ioflly draped bodice. - The meeting which has been in progress at the Gibson Church of 3hrist was concluded Friday night. The Rev. O. T. Holding of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., has preached at the meeting which has been at- 1 (ended by large groups cf Stcete, ' Holland and Gibson people. * * * The Southeast Missouri Baptist Sunday school camp Is being held In Blackwcll Park on the edge of the Pemiscot bayou this year, j Eighty girls came Monday and will | return Wednesday after lunch, They will be replaced by the same number of boys. Mrs. Charles Donor is loader under the Rev. 13. K. rosier, pastor cf Caruthcrsvillc. Baptist church. Songs, rccrealional activities and church services arc held each day and night. Eleven were baptized in the bayou here Sunday afternoon by Ihe tiev. Mr. VanBlbber of West Blytheville, \vlio is pastor of the Dmton church. » * * Mrs. Aljna Orissom and daughter, Martha .Willlford, spent Ihc sveckcnd in Hickmnn, Ky., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith, ccmpanicd by Mrs. Anna Smiln all of Osceola, were dinner guests of Mr. anil Mrs. V. L. Blackwe! Tuesday night. Jim Willlford, of Holland, was f visitor here Sunday. Miss Minnie Elizabeth Taylor i, visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. If. A. Boone, of near Ca rulhcrsville, for a few days. Mrs. Richard McDcrmont am three children are visiting Mrs McDermont's' parents, Mr. an Mrs. S. B. Blaylock, Ihis week. Carlee Hughes, teacher in th Cooler high school, who has fcee attending school in Peabody col lege at Nashville, Tenn., arrive home Saturday morning. T. Haggard substituted for him while he- was away. Mrs, A. C. Hayes and three children of Pittsburgh, 111., visited Mrs. V. L. Blackwcll Monday. She was : New Dress Styles in FALL FOOTWEAR STYLES EXACTLY AS riCTURED $6.85 Klastioizcil crushed kid, black or brown, lioulcvard heel Memphis Baptist hos|iit»l D. A. Hilled, city, ad- Frank Whitworllis Buy House On Chickasawba Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlillworlh Imvc purchased the former U. \V. Mulling resilience at 120ti Chick- nsawba avenue lo which they will move next week. The newly decorated licnse will have its floors reflnlshed lor the »e«' owners. The two licdroom house has a combined living and dininj; room, kitchen, bath nhd sun room. The Is of frame conslruc- leave this weekend alter hnvhi spent a week here as gucsls of Mi and Mrs. A. B. Hall. Mr. Arnold Is a nephew and Mr. Macon a brother- in-law of Mrs. Hall. Mrs. C. V. Trcadway cf Cold-, | water, Miss., and Mr. nnri Mrs. Dcwcy TrenduRy of Memphis came this morning to spend a few days With Mrs. Treadway's daughter, Mrs. Tom P. Martin, nnd son. E. V.- Trcadway, and families. Mr.' nnd Mrs. E. D. Ferguson will spend the weekend In Kansas City nnd nearby cities. They will attend a reunion of Mrs. Ferguson's family. Harry Hnincs Jr., who is ill : al Ills home of a masloid Infection, is now improving but will have to remain in bed for several more days. Mrs. W. R. Arnctt and son,' of Dycrsbnrg, Tcnn., joined Mr. Ar- Black Tops Color Chart Featuring Rich Shades Of Brown, Red, Green BV MARIAN YOUNH NBA . Service Stan" Corrcspmuli;nt NEW YORK. — Variety is the reynotc of the Collections of smart ievv.fnll street dresses. Regardless if yo'ur size, fjiape or the limlta- j Lions of your budget, it will be no: problem lo find a September die's that Is new looking and at the jiXme lime ultra flattering. There's much lalk of huslle bows and various olher kinds of back fullness. Such eltccls are highly recommended — if you can,wear (hem. If you cannot, there arc rilim, streamlined dresses with skirls so narrow lhat. Ihcy often jrq silt at the sides. Also ivide- iklrtcd models, as Molyncnx feat iires. And, of course, plenty v.ill ^ill emphasis laid on the hiplinc, I >is Pi.'jucl's pcglop treatments: tvud Salcnciaga's hip yokes. Front fullness nnd some side fullness are .hown. . RegardlCFS of silhouette, your first fall sti-cct dress is more than likely lo be black. After a summer of pastels anil prints, notlv 'rig ever seems quite .so chic to the lion, and lias a planting of flowers n " lt llcrc lodily lo mal;e t|, cir ' lwmo In both the front and rear yards. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson Imvc rented the house at HO North Tenlh street, where the Whit- worths formerly lived. The U. W. Mullins family has taken an apart- Key. Most Will Talk On Sinner's Prayer Tonight at the tent located at Ihe comer of Seventh nnd Main si reels, the 'Rev. A. D. Muse, of Mtmphis, will speak on the subject, "Can Art Unredeemed Sinner Pray?" Soeciat music at tonight's service will be by-Mrs.-Paul L. Tip- Ion. Saturday night, the sermon topic wijl be "The Tribulation Period. 1 Or ''What liapp*ns on the earth between the time when Christ ccrnes. in \he Mr .Tor • His church and rthe time He-comes from tin air' to the earth with His.^church.' This is a special sermon' on pro phecy,; the eyanwlift said. Thfe cnly service Sunday will b a.BIWe lecture on "Tlio Suppers of 'God" at \hree is the third consecutive year that'mcnt at 128 East Ash street, tlie honor has gone to Betty Jean. [ )hc honor is conferred for the r.esl all-round cntnper based on joo.1 spoi Ismanshlp. altitudes, :oui't«sy to new girls and other nualities cf leadership. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sharks Coleman, were present for Ihe ceremonies aiirt remained In in this city. Mr. Arnelt came here five days ago tc be connected with the Goodyear Service slorc, Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock and sons. James and Jack, returned last night from Iron ton, Mo., where they spent three weeks with Mr. Hancock's sister. Mrs. John S. Painter, and family. average woman as a ssiave lillle .Unck number. K\THAS MAKK A DltliSS However, all greens—from rich rtnrk and grayish olive to lighter tones—arc widely used. Browu is an important headline!', with reddish, fjrayish, chocolate nnd Iniviiy shades ol it stressed in New York and Paris. Ucris—dark nnd brilliant i —are seen. Smokc-(;ray, mustard-' yellow and violet-blue are spoiled, here and (here. . | Embroidered medallions, subtle before her marriage, Miss Tilda Ocosenberry. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Younq have a baby daughter born Tuesday. Mrs. Young is with her mother In DPoring. . . Mr. and • Mrs. Owen Standficld and family went to Tennessee i*«l week with J. R. Kinningham. Mr. Standficld came back with Mr. Kinningham, leaving Mrs. Stand- ti'ld and children there for a visit with relatives. Lish Hopkins and Hubert Grimes "inie home last week from Mtchi- •m where they have been cm- ployed since early spring. V. L. Blackwell and brother, A. L. Blackwell spent thri"> days last week in Ihe Ozarks. They visited relatives in Mill Springs Frcdcr- icktown and Blodgett. Me,. ' "" Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Simmons and children spent last week with relatives In Dccring. Mrs. Ted Reeves, of. Dcnton, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Blaylock. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson and family spent. Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's father, Mr. Howe, of Denton. Jack Hcathcock and family are residing in the Cupples' property 'atcly -vacated by Edgar Frakes ami family. Mr. Frakes plans lo go to California soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Abernathy, of Stcelc, visited Mrs. Abcrnathy's brother, Sidney Michie, and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mr.s. A. L. Blacksvell liid son, Buford. of Tex., and Mrs. Brown of middle Tennessee are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. I,. Blackwell. $6.85 Black sticde, clnstidzcd, pal- cnl (rim, low dress heel. Also shown in brown Stiede, clas- lidzed, hrnid trim, spike heel EYEWATER $5.85 iirown Suede Vamp, calf Up and quarter, low dress heel $5.85 Tan A 11 i K a ( o r Spectator Pump, Boulevard heel A figure molding bodice, moderately wide .shoulders and fullness at Ihc buck of the skirt distinguish this smart, first fall dress of black. closely-woven crcpc. rayon lhal part ol Arkansas for several I l(1 money. Burglars Prefer Round oi Drinks To $1,800 Cash SAINT JOHN. N. n. (UP)— The V.i.'rglars Who entered a government liquor store here preferred whisky Jimmta TiWoti, second llcutcn- Jimmie Tipton Is Awarded Commission i ant iu the United Slates Army, has days vacation before returning 1 There was about Sl.800 In the i received his permanent commission home Tuesday. Other girls from (store's safe, but they made no at-j in the army service, according to . 'The W6ung People's Chorus of 2S vokes irortV Ttrnple Church In at the tent. will sing M&nday aijht. ~ -~£verj6ne Is invited to attena all of these services'- regardless of what cViiirch'lie attends, the REV. Mr, MuSft said as he. extended a Eptclal invitation Up those who do nol attend or affiliate themselves ««H any church. " tnis section were Posey Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James tlrlver, and Mary Catherine Uose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kose of Roseland. Attend Training School C:unty agent, E. H. Burns. F. E. tohvpkins. and Jim Tompkins and Chris Tomphins of Bmdfclte are ih Memphis atiending the Farm Bureau Training School being held at Hotel Peabody this week. « • * John Reiser, R. H. Jones and Mrs. J. S. McCants left Wednesday morning for a visit Of ten days in Houston, Texas. Mr. Reiser end Mr. Jones will be guests of the latter's sou. Dr. o. Ilarrcll Jones, while Mr*. McCanls will visit her fcrcthcr, M. L. ttonaldson and By. ,to eurvevs, modem bf.W«4 i *»t about four times as much food ,»s did Ihelr parents they were Infants. Marj- Ann and Harry Vance Cartwright of Memphis spent, several days here last'week with theii grandmother, Mrs. James Cartwright, and their avml, Mrs. E. A Thorne. Their parents, Mr., and Mrs. James Cartwright, drove up .cmpt lo get It. The burglars broke [word received here. :tirotigh the skylight cf an adjoin- LI. Tipton. son of Dr. and Mrs. ing store.and then found that a Paul L. Tiplon. is now serving as brick wall, a foOl nnd n half .instructor at Randolph Field. .ntcrvcncd between them and Ihc j liquor store. They tunneled a hole through Ihc solid wall of brick and finally made :hcir way into the store. They ig- Snn Anton!:, Texas, where he went following his graduation from the aeronautical school of lUe Atmy Air Corps at San Antonio, Tex. in May. nored the safe and thfc cash regis- Only 36 air service resotve offl- ter and centered their efforts on ters received their commission this the shelves. The next morning, several empty bottles were fonhd en the floor. louciios of sequins, bits of'sold em-1 l) « 1 .'"'-. Frathcvs am ] "> v if Hb ' !0 " broidery and interesting combine-1 < r "T'^?,. «<L,™ to *.. ^ tlnns of fabrics will catch your svard jutling brims are new. And eye. Chin indeed is a many nynn I™,"™ ''"L'-T.^ J'^l M ™ thC srepc drew with skirt fullnm g.-ilh- l rtlds ° ! "\ c '"" r '° *""«• ercd to a wide, set-in corselet belt! of velvet. ' Old Writing Arl Aevlvcd Shoulders arc squared but not TEI.FORD. Pa. (UP) — John D. so. Skirts remain s 0 nrtcr, 71. a devout. Mcnnonite. Is For rrorle. mals and Poultry. Harmless and Pain-, Contains Ko Poison. Will not inv. Fafe for children's eyes. Use Dr. Black's Eye Water freely ami frequently to keep the eyes clean. Uso it for Red and Pink Eyes, (or Aching. Burning, Tired, Twitching, Watering. Weak, Strained and Irri- '.alcd Eyes, caused by dust, sun 3larc. reading sewing, motoring, picture shows, inamifacturina nlf-nt 1 ; and shops. Ur. Black's Eye Water is guaranteed to give satisfaction. ):uy a bottle today from Bcrum's or any drug store and be bencfilted. from 15 lo n inches from reviving the old cmbsllishcd writings knots n 1 amoni? the Pcnnsyl- vania-Diilch nn '"Fracture Schritt- Icngth M)j » a m- ar iy ohsrlclc art of historical writing. He has collected ground, depending your legs. Long .sleeves outshine short and bracelet ones. The truly lashlon-conscions nv>- and designed more than 200 CX- mnn knows that accessories make amplcs. ov break any dre.^. She'd much rather buy an inexpensive frock COOL-WEJTHEfl C o H[ T 0 rU FOR THOSE BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! year, and LV. Tiplon was one of the • five reserve officers selected whc are now on aclivc duly at About $10 worth of liquor wasj Randolph Field. It was the first missing. : tJ)ns Walk to Courl .PORT CEUCAGO. Cal. time he i lion. had laken Ihc cxamlna* star on tlie football team. He graduated with honors a year jngo from tlie University of Ala- Ordcrtd lo appear in c:utt herfe' bairta. Tuscaloofa. whore he was ft for an examination of his assets In connection with a judgment ot $75 for rent and graceHcs. otts W. V«"e. aged 60. unemployed but not on relief, walkfd SO miles from his home in Richmond to No Patron M His Business WORCESTER. Mass. (OP)—Abraham S. Persky Is president of a mill lhat manufactures bilhim and really superior shoes, hat, bags nnd gloves than to spend praclic- ^ ally all of her "new fall outfit al- K" Hof.WMTKEH Silk Hl'sTlflES ^ lowance" on a dress, than have to £; of prickly heat, sunburn, chat- j t get mediocre accessories. In fact. ^ ing irritations. Medicated ->.\ she firmly believes that while cheap . c comfort for you and baby, too. *' acctcsorics may do well enough MEXiCftNHEATPOWDER With a fine dress they jnst won't "•»-'»•'-«•» • v»»v«-n do at all with an Inexpensive frock. HATS ALWAYS THE PKOHU:M Herds and turbans spell smartness so far as a hat to wear with the first fall dress is concerned. Look: at hals with deeper crown;. They actually stay on Ihc head without benefit of snood or clastic comply with Ihe request. Exam- j suits, but when he went en an Inition developed his assets tttalsd; outing with his employes he had 8 cents. The court offered him $1 to decline an invitation to enter for return transportation, which he i the swimming races because he for them Sunday, the Cartwrights, refused, but later accepted 50 cents, "never owned a bathing suit." —PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co, Main i. First. Phone 111 Hli-WA Laundry-^caners Phone 180 Tor Prnnip) Laundry and Cleaning Service TUBES, RADIOS PARTS, REPAIRS, 15ORY R FENDER WORK, AND PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE pinna 633 CHEVROLET CO, (Uwaja Opert $4.85 llniwn Alligator Tic, law Dress heel . . . also shown in Ijlacli patent its $4.85^ Urown Calf Tump. Suede (rim, Military lied Hosiery to Havhionir.e W IPLO-VO A. M«¥IE'S ,3E H OE 3B- . ' WATCH FOR TUESDAY'S AD ON .SPORTS FOOTWEAR,

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