The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 25, 1934
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TWO •IJYTHBV1LLR (ASK.) COUBDSB NBW1 •WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, ;»34 cSociai Calendar ! •pjussDAvs .EVENTS Yprbro- Woman's ; Missionary • to- . ,-ctety inkling with Mrs. .G. J. Walker. Mrs. Charles L. Wylic hostess to Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Contract club mcdlm; ,*Hh Mrs.;R.;L.- Bradley. .-Pilgrim .'Guild meeting • ul ihc Most "Glorified" Blond .PRIUAY'H EVENTS Mrs. .' Llpyd ••SUckiiioii .I'nlertain- ing .Xqnug:.MHioiis..N|glil dub. .Executive;, board of -Dorcns Sun- ,tiuy .sc.liool class . F.u-st Uapllsl 30''p. m. Miss. Margaret Cross lo \Ved *Mr. .-Edward S Luxor a, .wher£'-'!ie' and via: mate tliplr liomc. bride Bits oj Netcs 'Mostly Personsd Ten memlx'rs attended the meeting of the : Literary club 'futsday afternoon :al the homo of Mis. C. L. Bird. Miss Virjie Rogers reviewed the book, '-Both Your Houses," by Maxwell Anderson. Plays disciibscd were "Dinner at Eight." by Mrs. Bird, "When Ladles .Meet," by Mrs. John Enochs, and "Design . fpr Living," by Miss Jeanctte Plilllliis. Mrs. S. C. -Brandon jr., was a guest when Mrs. John Enochs entertained Ihe Wednesday bridge rlsib Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Brandon held high .score. Mrs. Jack O'Neill of Forrest City wn.v.the, guest pf Mrs. 'O. H. Fraz- -ieriand.'fsmily Saturday and Smi- When Curiosity Thrilled the Cat Mr. and -Mrs. A. J. LamUuin liavc as their guests- [his week Mr. and Mrs. Albert I.ayton and chil- Hi. .and :Mrs. Arthur Herman .CTCfrs Winouiicc thdcugagcment of -their -daughter. Lady Margaret, to Mr. Sherrod Edwanl Segravcs. ol Luxora. Tlie wedding svtll tie sol, emnitcd .early in Muy. Both -Miss Cross and Mr. Se• graves »re -inembcis of proinlneiit ' Teiure&scc families. The bride• eleci. -is ftllf -grand daughter ol *Mrs.'T. L. Bransford and. the Into Mr. Bninsford,. . 61 Union City, Tenu., -whose • nnme-s are prominently identified with the development of that section. Mr. Segraves, who .Is the : son of Mr. and Mrs. .Robert 'Taylor : -S«i;raves of Luxora, -is- a 'descendant of Robert and Alfred 'Taylor, -'former Tennestce governors and widely .known lecturers.. . • • Miss 'Cross has received- many honors for • her bemity and-popularity. -^When n -senior iii- the' city •high -school she wns selected as the prettiest girl In scliool and chosen as ''Senior Queen,'" and recently she was selected' as the most beautiful-girl iiv. 1 Mississippi county Rtid toirtfwast •: Missouri. She received her 1 later .education at VaiiderblU Univereily, Nashville, Tenn.. where she.. became. a member of the-Deltu Delta i Delta -sorority. •• •Mr .Segraves : ls> connected with . B...Wood Motor compaiiyi'of A .ilovcly Nprwcelau lass -who has slionUbrcd ' her way to 'the loi . fur u • week. Milton Aliening, Pi . Memphis, : In the elty for a brief stay with -Mrs. AllcuteiB's father, B. II..Levy. Mrs. Jo;l Chandler .spent yesterday • in. Memphis having motor I'd -.down wllh'.Muies. J,. Neal-Qes- c!l.,'Ohtstfr -Caldwcll -and ,'J. vW Adfims, *Jr. ; Mrs. r.Adums •M/mL ; to f lorsnce, ,-Afa., 'for <a -brief :Kt»y. MJ-S. -Howard :Proctor '.is wfajl- ing in Little Rock for. several 'day. 1 !. Miss Lorenc Scale* Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist-hospital. Mrs Oswcll Allen.-of-.Lbvetan-J. m - cll ot vmidusen. Mo ai'd Mrs Colo, ls:the. gues of :her,r^d- sil!ls ^ 0[ <.,,,- ^ ^ s. .Cu**'foj.d.OK«JC,. 1 , n( . ._ M| . S Layio,, , arc s!s , m ml | Mi's. • Landrum. Mines.'K. -F. -Klr-ihner. .Byron -Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cross and! Morse and Everett II. Gee. spent I MJII. Joe Karl, of Hulburt, were' yesterday In . Memphis. (week end guests ol Mrs. C.-ois'i Crawford Greene will-Kpeml Sal-;mother.'Mrs. E\a Kerlin. ! urday In .Joncsboro going ..over! Mrs..Ernest Holderriess. who has! (or- .the.-.Nprthetst .Arkansas jTrack . been 'Visiting her. sister, Mrs. noy meet. Witters, returned Sunday to her •John :-Mahoii. -who - will. be . ; CDII- j home at • Bloomfield, Mo. lined lo.liLs bed in a cost an-; J C. Cullnm and Chas Brandon ether month because of : having! jr.. left-Monday for Indianapolis, broken his'back In nil,automobile hid, to attend the funeral of cldcnt, -is . resting well - ; at jhlsi 'inc. . • I Mis. x Oliver VV. Cpppedge. \who' bten L seriously -.111 ;fpr sseveral neks, was-removed to^the'MQhi- lis-Baptist -hospital -yesterday:-a[- Cobb umbularice.'-Mr. oppcdgc .and Mrs. Samuel C. wen accompanied her. : . Mr.-.'iuvl '.'Mrs.. 1 James'- H. LBell'.'Wi'l ove .May -1 to -the :lkc .-Miller inrtmcn't, formerly occupied ; by r. and .Mrs. J. P. Mclntesh. Miss Cora Lee • Colenmn .ftud: J. . Ciltz -are . in ; Pnrasould a 'district meeting of amoni; America's glorlflul ccoi'ilies is Ethel Thorseii labovo). Sin has been, chosen Hie most beautiful blond in Ihe iiicgteld Follies. •Circles'Mm .-' - - • •' '• Circlo*.: ol-'lhc womanV.-mission- ary-union of the'->'First''• Baptist' .church met Monday afternoon for ' ?ib)<s studies.. •:-.•.. :i • • ' .The-flrst group, which-met \yith •Mrs. Arch Lindsay, had 20 members and two yiicMs preienl. Mrs. n. L. Heedei- used Hie iVth chapter of Acts for Ihc study and Mmes John -Buchanaa. E. B. •'Bardhu.and J. -W,.BlsJjob offeid l>rayeri v 13 I'M } ? ClT61f,> met'wits Ara E. .*. Woodson -when, n members attended. -Mis/Murray Smart offered -praver and Mrs,.C. W. Affhck complied jlie .Bibjc Vtudy with a -. lesson -f -irotn ? ^Exod^s,. ^ SjcnH-V.ce prayer^ e^lud<b$tht liccli'iga ^ salad »o*bii->i«iS-s«n l eil 1 w'»n'iti'd tea. .Mrs.-W. M. Crow led the devotional on • "Justification" in meeting.of circjc 3. at the, attended^ by.y-lVn .vln 'Htmman :Vs«l* /he t foui-ii chapler tr Somalia-fir (tic lesson and Mrs. Theodore Losjau said a prayer. .::, -"Hayti ^ " : .! • ' .1 • • . ' Society — Persona! .Hcv. and iMrj. J. W. Cimniiig- luun and son. Haiolcl, motored to. PSi-faX Ark.^nBd s«-nt Ih'o wetkt ejd.ilfrrc Visiting «ilrf tlicir^ori ind wile. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cun- lingluim. n" in -n thc v church, s. Mrs. At- Dr. Airs.. W. R. I.lmL-auBh 1 fay hrjiArbyrd and Ken-| and v r • 7 "" 5-" .'I. A./'-McNail !* and- 1 son. Oonald of Sikestpn. s\jent in Meui[]his attending to Robeil Sunday business Mr. and Mrs. Lau-rcnc? Scliolt, ..\Iir-ot •ftljth Qo-VPJts.'v aixl [Edith FiUict sml John "I>-avis r pf' Benton. Veto' tlu sitcsis of Mr. ami MJS. I 1 '. X. Shuimu'her Sunday Dtmocratic' Wointn Mtct At a meelimj of the Blylhcvilln Democratic Women's club this morning, nt the Hotel Noble, Mrs. H L. Reynolds was elected vice chairman. Mrs. , Lloyd V. Wise is chairman. L .E. .T.ull :£p<jkc "on :"Tiic New Set -Up" in 'Which he explained the work relief and the. -rural re- •habilimion . programs. Iu • the . business -'session • the object ol the organkalUm was stressed: lo promote the princjiplt.s of the Democratic party through education .and proper information and to encourage more active participation • in governmental affairs. Under the membership any while woman. interested. In; the oivnrm-n- t.ion • who ' holds a poll tax receipt and .who. publicly -pledges her "al- 'legiancc lo the Democratic party i5 eligible. -Dues of 60 cents an'- mially are for local and state groups. Mts. . James U. Clark, program chairman, lTCB s told to carry out the regular piogram planned b< Miss Marj- - Deivson. chairman of the women's division of the Dem •oeralicrparty. Several -jiew .members <.v?rc enrolled in this, group- which' n-ects the fourth Wednesday morning of . each .-month. a * * H»s Chib.riirly -Mrs. Crawford Greene had members of the Young Matrons Bridge club play cards at her home ^Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Riley B. .Jones won the prize clothes lumper. The hostess served strawberry ..short .cake • and salted nuts. Th^ Ui-v. J. b. Compeiv loll loi 1 U?clor. Ark.. Monday whm 1 he will attend a, School of Mis- ^icn.s bains,' held they*.-. Hi- is ex- rectcd. Immc the latter part of the' week. Dave -Haddnd .of Earlr. Ark.. was n business visitor lu-rc Tuesday. Mrs. Kthel Dun is sjn-nl th^ weekend -in Cape • Gtciirdoim vusitin:,' witli hc-r j-ranclsn:!, John Ii. IKir- ris. und with . other Idcwl.s. Mrs. J. S. Weslfall of Kniiiett. spent i 1 , • lev." days hcri; ttiis urt-k visiting fiicnds. Mr. • und - Mi.>. JOL- -Ktihji ro- Scolt -Wadlcy. Mrs. -Anna -Davidson of Blythc- ital and home .demons,tialiou -ex- ension ugents. Thb Rev. mid Mrs. E. .K| Ijili- iei- are spending today •-in Mem- ihls. Mr. and .Mrs. E. .F. iBIomeyei :nd . family motored to .Helena iunday where Ihey visited their laughter. Miss Virginia, -.who is employed there for' several weeks Miss'Blomeycr, who is now a traveling-representative-for a cosmetic 01 ty guest Mrs. of Mrs. Sallie M. A. lN,'lon Hud- 'illC -.;WBS Jorlon -and Sunday. Walter Can! and Arthur son are In Memphis today. Hiiftmun News Mrs. Edna Harrison of Blytheville-is the guest-this week of her brother, •Murvin Huffman, and Mrs. Huffmai). ilr. ..und Airs. .H. .V.' Sewcll of t^i steals the center of the stage here, but the stir atlraclion is the beautiful iris with which the giant •-.'•. Persian cat is posing. Hi this iris the genius of Luther Burbank still flows after his death, for it i one of the rare creations of Louis .Jago, Lakcp:rt, Calif., for years a pupil of tha plant wizard. Seek'Beneficiary of Late Hez Collins Campbell. Mo., were guests of.Mr. and Mrs. Lonnic Moore Sunday afternoon. A. S. Miller and grandson,.-Sidney, of Uuoti-r,-and Mr. and Mr.s. Ellis Forrester and sons of Tyler wen: guests of relatives here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bcadic • Lyle, who -has been Mrs. Willie McLemorc. beneficiary of the late Kiv. Collins, is being sought by Ihe federal government in clearing up veterans' claims matters. It is understood that Mrs. McLcmore is the former Mrs. Willie Collins, i Miss Carey Woodburn of the Vcl- 'erans of Foreign Wars office Til the city hall has information for Mrs. McLemore. Luxoran Passes Tests for U. S. Marine Corps Blythevillc with tonic lime, returned home here. She wr ij'-Mrs. E. M. Huffman of Blythe- friends for Friday to her villc, who took Miss • Marguerite Irhcr to spend t company, will go lo Kansas within u short • lime. . „ Mr. and Mrs. E. I--. Blouidyei-^ 01 ". 1 ^ homc w! motored to Sikeston. Mo..-Monday i" 11 *, 1 _ evening where they visited friends.! _ Mls : Geor B c Perrj'. Mrs. Maude .Miss Jessie :Srite is convalescing followins;.tlircD'MiioulliS' illness but Mr. and klssou and Miss Mj-s. I!. L. Ad- Perry will not be -fully recovered more- mouths. ,\y. C. Le.ggelt is in Oxford. Miss., nt the bedside of his father, who us seriously • ill. MLss Grace McFarland. who im- ticrincnt 'an oiieration-for Kppcndi- citi;; a week ago ,,at' the Blythe- villc , hospital, . is now. convalescing at her home. V Mrs. R. L. MuKiiighl, Mrs. Franklin Warth und daughter, Ann.-siwnl yesterday • in Memphis NEW OiiLEANS. . La. — Among the applicants accepted lo- fill the ten Arkansas vacancies at U. S. Marine Corps Headquarter; who pussecl the. final cxnmlniuiuns in this city \vas Rushion E. Davis,- ot Mr. Davis Ls the son Davit, of> Luxora. and of J. E. graduate frhere Ami underwent an examination at Dr. ..Jioseman's -clinic. ,•,[ attended church services at Tyler, [Mo., Sunday night. Mrs. Edna Harrison and Mrs Muivin Huffman visited Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Williamson of Tyler Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ella nay and daughter. Willie B., and John Metcalfe drove - to West Memphis Monday o nbusiness. Misses Jewell Dcdman and Morene Harrison of Forty and Eight community were guests -Saturday Calicd by 1'arisian autliorllic: "x\tr.erica's Ijesl-dressed woman' Mrs. Harrison -Williams is' here from of Tupelo. Miss., high school. After preliminary training lor several weeks he will be assigned to some battleship or cruiser and alter two years afloat will be transferred to one of the Marine corps over-seas stations. of Mrs. A. L. Beavers. • n'- |S ], OT vn arriving in New Yoik lr< from u lr«-, s i) ro;!t i scaring an ensemi turned home Tuesday y.-- irip u> Mcmpliis. . w! , lch Wolf KlK,uii~ in company situ , Al ,. mcalli u consi5 *. C( i of an cm . - Hamr.i, . ml<i . roc| , laUora| (|rew „ - Club -Worn-en to Debate! Tood and Drug Proposal : WASHINGTON, "D. C.-Whethcr i the largest organization of women in the world will, throw its -force rehiml-thc passage, of the Copeland .-Pure Koort and 'DruBS BUI IS. : 18tH», will be : declded .when the General Federation of women's Clubs, in Council Meeting atiHot Springs, Arkansas. .May 21- a>. votes. on. a resolution • to tin- drric the .-general .principle and imj-f-osc of this iiending legislation. Study of. the; Bill hi its "form before being amended is. 2000) vas recommended by • the Federation's Board of Directors at -its - .. balm-day on a com- f n olvl ,,,, grecn nowcred tie. lied in icss am pleasure trip .., Mj(lc lx) . v , b , , llutbard and C.-.mi]!e b , " Mr. - anti Mja. -Sam • F. A. H. Hanira of Carulhcrsvillc. and K. A. llaiura of Cardvull drove to Tiptonville. Temi., ami Fulto:]. Ky.. SalurdHy bil-.rd lili: Willartl Hub:r, students at State 'Itarlrr collCeC at Capo Ghardcnu. visiied with Curl Baskln Saturday CVIT.- 111?. Metsrs. liubbnrd nmj Hubcr ofliciat:d at th? Coi.nty Track Mec: held at ytccle Saturday. Mrs. Anna Uunklin. who ha:-: ecu in Parma a feu weeks vis- lini5 her daughter. Mrs. ,1. K VcociMd- 1 . returned to l-.n homo Sunday. Sh? was accom| loaic by Mr?. V.'oodsidc. wlio sptnt! .lie day with her. returning hcme n the evening. but- lonlv.'is- green - swag(;cr-cut twcctl coal, a saucy .Rrccn hat. brim dOK'n in front and up in back; a -imiual mcetini; last -January arid ncss ot llei ' *'Mcr. i Ins been discussed at n.any, Kunin - Stte fcderlion convention;; tinrt I Th c Homc Lone Oak Demonstration Club Meets in Kitchen Mrs. -Edgar ;Borum played cards with members .of the . Contract club, - this week, met at- the .home of Mrs. Tuesday whic) Floyd -WhJtc.,«o(l,M**3.-Be»le Massey and Miss Hlen.Bryan were also guests for refreshments. • ' The prize,, hosiery, went to Mrs ••W. ,D.^Ch»mHln Jr. -Utah .-SALT-LAKE CITY, -Utah , (UP) -rOrtaM! decne-Mtd' 10 per cent'ln •_WW> **«»ln**f'the :flsc«l, ye »r-end- to* April I,.records of the public aifety tommlsKlon revealed. Haynos and O. T. Clear Lake News Air. and Mrs. R. L. Farmer spent Friday night with Iheir damjhlei- at Promised - Uind. Mrs. Shed and children of Manila spent the week-esd in this community. Mmes. G. G. Via are sick. Mrs. Maltic Calvert returned Friday from the Baptist hospital in Memphis where sho received treatment. Mrs. Lizzie Lovclarty s () ent a few days . last week with relatives in Manila. Charlie Cahert (if Uruci; City, Mo., .spent Friday night with his parenls. Mrs. Waller Ltuwford «as called to .Memphis last week by the ill- Ekron News Notes Mrs. Ada Reder and Mrs. Gustic Maughan visiled •- Little Rive:- last week • and were ' the gucKls . of Chester Ilardin and Mrs. .Hubert' .Owens. Mrs. Myrtle Phipps was (he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maghau over the week-end. ^ Mrs. M. A. Clay and Miss Ccr- Yarbro Club Meets The -I-H Boosiev Club -nl'Var- ' )ru met in the auditorium of the j Yarhrn Scliool Monday. T. I!. Ivy'.- .ntroduced Miss Coleman, countyj-,- hoine demonstration agent, and! .iskccf - each club member to be' oval to his ; school, loyal • to thcii" 4-H club and to 'remember- Ihe \, principles of his club and his;:, pledge. !:.} The program conunittee n'li-J nounced that the nest meeting:*' would'be held In 'the • communit-yj : kitchen when a -demonstration inl; baking bread would be given. TheJ next, program will be arranged byj ". W: WIdner,-GLtweia Parish und's Mriry • Katherine Thompson;''• • ?-'-'l IrucJe" Valaiirtingham- visilcd- Mrs, Is Slrongest Known • p I •Swiftly.'like me dan of an ar-':«' row. the strong, active; soothinsU medication of 'SheckianVSalve pen-'" cerates skin and ' tissues ' to' break||(.| up colds and congestion, end croui ' coughs, rheumatic, sciatic and lieu " ralgia-pains. Sheddan's Salve-.-'cou tains an ingredient not found i ordinary salves—and .its cxtreu power, unmatchable efficiency an upcr -penetrating efficiency knock A Missionary Baptist preacher from Joncsooro conducted services | Jc ,ij congestion quickly. Two- kinds here Sunday in place of the Rev. MJLD for children- STRONG fc Buck Walters. He cnmc lo help with the intallalion of .the deacons of Ekron Baptist church. A hot tamalc supper was .served at Arthur Ashabranner's home Friday night. Tiie joung people will liolri ihcir monthly .social .at the home of Mrs. O. w. 13oss. tlieir Sunday school teacher. Friday night. adults. —Adv. GRADE A Raw Milk Phont 74 Craig's Dairy Charlie club meetings .•.incc then. nonth is of particular Interes and met- Monday. Demonstration club Not much cnniiini, The outcome of the .vole next:* 5 hci "° tionc "ov bul an cxtcn- program will bo .started as garden produce Is ready st -in i view of the fact that club women , ~ aie generally conceded llal ' c i'li; by Ihc ttragoadocio The hflir.c demoiiAtration club of l-mic Oak held a social mcct- inc in the community kitcher .Monday afternoon. There were-51 "•.omen present. I The iirogram committee presented a program consisting of assembly sinclng; a lalk by : Mrs. Lois Young; a reading. "How Our' • Club Might Make' Some Money." I l>y Mr.s. Walker; a folk dnnce. led •by Mrs. ^fattle Hney; a vocal Mr. and MK-. E. J.J. Coppajjc liaci j 1 ' 1 "' 1 - ''V Mrs. William Powell iunl as their puesls Sunday Mr. and'- Mrs - Lil lian Field. Mrs Gauiblc Mrs. Tom Hunter nnrt Miss Car- ' 'a'usht a folk dune: and Mr.^. rie Coppagc of Memphis. l Ora Brooks gave a reading. "Mo- Viola Bennett nnd Jewell I.'-wis! (m Romance." Mrs. Ethel Brooks ft-L-rc gi^ts Sunday of Nina Tine's- i i " 11 ' • SIrs - Herman McLcod qavc '. a vocal duet; Mrs. Lydia Fields !:;«\r a comic readlnfi. "Nice Thincs Alwul Me," and Mrs. l-'ields and Mrs. O. S. Bagectt led a rcjiurl for the chib. After the program there were are the parents ot a G 1-2 pound ! Sl - U1 " 5 a "d games and a "cracker son, l»rn at Blythevillc hospital l l ' alil1 ? contest by r four members. Mrs.-E. M. Pfeffcr of Mlcola | O!| Woor panics• were • played while Dr.. Skllt AOC Mr.s. i !'rr,t:'ct your !,kin with th:.s nc\ . . - ---^ >•• -in. pis- wonderful .Face Powtlrr and !c PIT t^ , Co i""\ bl11 Fcdfration. as MtLLO-GLO give you that vouth PicMdent of the American Pure • fid bloom. Made ty a nrV Frcncl rco« u-aejic, is a tireless worker i process-stays on longer, prevent Bill. Mrs. Grace Morrison '. 1-irgr porrs. boautilio.', your com HonoraiT Vice-lYesulent I p'exion. Dors not irritnlo the skli '--'""-|. and ML^s Alice , cr guc a pasty look. Purest fac . - ° r Siwirance in | powder ma•;^. Try MtLLO-GLO he general Federation Is s ccrl ., and you'll lov: it. 50c and SI. ' aty - —Adv. Uruss Act. nuthoriTcd Harvey-W. Wiley, in i Wiley, the President ol of tlus organization Lakey. Chairman aba. Beatrice Holl..uho has l>ccn employed at Sikeston. arrived Monday afternoon to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Alec DC Eakcv I mother of Mlnard, Elwood and I Austin Pfeffcr, who attend school here, Is 111. Read Courier News Want Ads.™ ll'.e refreshment committee, Mrs. I.ydia Fields. Mrs. • Herman Mc- Lcod and Mrs. .William Powell, prepared and.served. Iced tea garnished with lemon and mint and homemade cookies. Chains ATTENTION (iovernment Licensed GOLD BUYERS —Will.lfc At— GOFF HOTEL -\I-.I, .DAY T1UIKSOAY, Al'ltll. 2li, In Your K;ir Kinj-;.s 1934 Cti&YS'LCft SIX 4-DOOP. SEDAN Ilritig I'ins ' K Pit 111 CS s (-'ulT IJnks .\Valchcs-Chiirms nia yum* di.M\inictl jewelry for here is ynur '"•st CASH Price for your OLD tlu- GOI.l). Ask for Ml;.'UAUMON. : 93 HO RSEPOWER •FLOATING POWER * HYDRAULIC BRAKES AND IMC GREAflM S1X-CYLIMUP. VAltt IN CHIWSlCft 4ilSTORY! > lir.lillisir urvv; uhrn yo y^S^S li^t I'ricr ,it f.xtnry ^lrr Six r,f 03 lif.:--r|>ovx tlnf; feature--! nt«v frniisro cjr, buy a Cl'.rj^ler I. in [or , Detroit. A HfT, f-i^, lm«I<i)inr . . . with .»'l ^ ilir tine >.-l; r f.nntni> . • i^: f:<> Blytheville Motor Co. lil.vlhcviltc, Ark. ISM . II .-IVb irl 111-iEEb "^rCllr. rrktJIIOJl-JJTS o. 'NtJr'iT.S'ilS. C.'insltr AitJon Hill:- ... 122 bci.f T-'tt . . . 121-irrt -.L-cti^. AM bJr IVM.'. SlllS. (.hriilcr Ai-IWlniv^il ... IIOIr>-»t|««r . .. la• ' 1:1 t | h.i ,, i a j, u.f.-l. D,:--,i, Hut.

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