The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 9, 1936
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JULY .6, BtATHtJjVll U-;, (AUK.) I'OimiKH >PAGfc Vacation Season Desserts Social Calendar I'RIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining wilh night bridge party for Miss Sue Butt. O. B. S, having meeting, 8 p. m. Elm wood Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Charles Bright, 2:30 p.m. SUNDAY'S EVENTS B'nal Btilli picnic at Walker park. Bridge 1'arly Given For Miss Sue liuft. Twenty-four guests were entertained by Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. Farnsworth Black and Miss nufn Butt Wednesday when they had a morning bridge party and luncheon for Mtss Sue Butt, bride-elect. Tne Butt home had been attractively arranged with the tables in the living, dining and sun rooms. Gladioli, roses and daisies, arranged i" colorful holders, decorated these rooms and in serving lunch the tables had centerpieces of matching u'nite and gold vases, filled with garden flowers. Wedding bell tallies were used. In the bridge games, which preceded the tbrce course lunch, Mrs. W. H. Minyard won a compact for Tirst, honors, secoud 'nigh prlM, hosiery, went to Mrs. Tlarman'Taylor, and Miss Putt was given lingerie. Included in the guests were Mrs. Edwin Crablrce of Avon Park, Fla., and her hostess. Mrs. Edward Se- gravra, ol osceola. I'tctbylcriaii Auxiliary Will Not Meet Monday. — The Woman's Auxiliary of Hie First Presbyterian church will not meet Monday. In a business meeting this week, ut CM church, Mrs. W. A. Dobyns gave the devotional, preceding the business session. t • * Compliment HuLilcgue-st. Misses Joy and Helen Blythc had a bridge party Wednesday after-! noon in compliment to their houseguest, Miss Ida LaRocco, of Chicago. The eig'nt guests played bridge on the sun porch and in the living room, where roses, swec'tpeas- and lilies were arranged. Tomatoes, stutlcd with tuna fish salad, macaroons and iced tea were .served after the card games. Miss JS'ary Elizabeth Boruili won a powder and perfume .set for 'high score, low score award, a handkerchief, went to Miss Patty Shane, and Miss La- IJocco was given a cigarette case. (Jllrisliau Women Meet. : The Missionary Study group, of the Council of the First Clirlstlan chiirc.h jnct at the church Monday afternoon." 'in "an" attendance, contest the "Mother Ross" and "Bertlia Fuller" groups tied. Mrs. V. O. Holland is chairman of the 1 first group and Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook of the "Bertha Fuller 1 ' group. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, recently elected president, presided. Mrs. Ellis, who was formerly president of the en- lire council, headed the organization when it was formed two years ago when the Rev. E. K. Lntimer was pastor. Mrs. C. A. Tant Is now president of the entire council. Tile devotional for the year is "Moving Forward Toward God" and for I'his meeting Mrs. Westbrook used "Through the Bible." Mrs. George W. Barham gave the scripture, reading from .1 cor. 3:1115. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, chairman of the July program, presented the program on the subject "Back Grounds" which is in keeping with the general program for the year "The paijeant-of a climbing Race." Mrs. W. W. Shaver spoke on the topic "Back Groiin's." . This group will study "The Negro in America" for the next six months. Included in those present was Mrs. L. N. Nunn, of Kansas City, Mo., houscguest' of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnctt. * * * Krtde and Bride- Gloom Complimented. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mandigo were guests of honor at a- party given Tuesday night by Mrs. Fred Kconce and Mrs. Charles Lutes. at the Koonce home. The 41 guests included members ot tiie Dogwood Ridge Home Demonstration cinb and their husbands. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Manriigo was Mrs-. Mamie Evajis. The bride rode to the Koonce homo in a wheelbarrow, pushed hy the bridegroom, with members of the party close behind. After games, an old fashioned pound supper was served.. - • *' « " * Methodists Have Program The 23 present 'at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodisi church Monday afternoon, at the church, included one guest.. Mrs M. L. BJntin. Mrs.- Harry W - Haincs gave the missionary bulletin 'be/ore Mrs A. C. Haley gave a report of. the prayer retreat she recently attended at Conway. The group wa dismissed with pravcr by Mrs Charles L. Wylie. ' B. and r. W. Club To Sponsor Dance • Members of '.the local Busin and Professional Women's club will sponsor a dance in the Blju Room at the Hotel Noble- Satur day night beginning at 0:3, o'clock. Music will be Iurnlshe< by "Stubby" Amos and his clgh Piece orchestra. Hilbnrn Graves former saxaphonlst wilh Bobby Greer's orchestra, will be feature d in several specialty numbers. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Patty June Davis will go o Hardy the last of the week to spend three weeks witli her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, with whom she makes her home. Mr. Chanib- In will motor her up. Mrs. Carrol HIakemorc and Snookle Anderson, who have been 11 Covington. Tenn., this week, vlll arrive home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Osborne and n have returned from West 'oliit, Mtss., where they spent the wllday. , Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, who has >een spending two weeks In Mcm>his with her son. Nick, and fam- ly, will arrive home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Jr., will nolor her home and remain for he weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston. VTrs, C. C. Langston and Mrs. James B. Clark spent yesterday n Memphis. MLss Ethel Braun, of Memphis, will arrive Saturday for a visit] icrc with friends. Mrs. Ray Jackson, who has been seriously ill at Hot Springs for he past, several weeks, Is slowly mproving. Mr. Jackson Is with icr and her father, J. C. Thur- nond, of Hopklnsvillc, Ky.. and her son, J. P. Holland, • and Mrs. lolland, have been there but have returned to their homes. Mi's. Jackson has been ill for three nontlis dnd ' was removed' to Hot Springs when she bQcamq worse. Mrs. Meyer Graber Is in Memphis today.. Mrs. Tom F. Martin is 111 at, her home at Dell. Mrs. J. B. Anthony, of Osceola, s.a patient at the Memphis Bapis t hospital; Lee Medlin will go to Jackson, rcnn., Monday where he is to be employed. Mrs. Medlin will join Win ater. . Mtss Martha Chambers will re- urn to Memphis Monday morning after spending a 'two weeks vica- tbn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. chambers. Paul Kclchum, of steele, was admitted to the Memphis MeVnodlsl hospital yesterday. Miss Frances Tucker of Washington. D. C., who js spending her ya-- cation with her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker, has returned from a visit- tn Hattlesburg.- Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Goodman and family, of Memp'nts, are here' for aishort stay. Mrs...John Webb will return Sunday from Sikeston, Mo., .where she has been, spend ing, a week- with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lankford. Her daughter, Mrs. Bob Wilks, and son, John, and -Bobbie-Ami Purvis, motored-her up'last weekend.' Dr. and. I.. R.. Johnson, and Miss Marjorie Warren, accompanied by Miss Mildred Warren, of Halls, Tenn., w m arrive home about Sunday from a I motor trip which has taken them to New York, Atlantic City, \Vastiington, and several points of Canada. 'Mrs. Bob Kilvington and daughter, Evelyn Jane, of Memphis, are guests of Mrs. KUvingtou's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. McCuiston. Mrs. Sebna Goza. of St. Louis, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hump'racy Tuesday 'and Wednesday enroute to points of Mississippi for a visit, Mr., and Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson returned home last week from an 18 days vacation spent In Birmingham, Ala., Meridian, Miss., and New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Rcece and family, of colfax, La, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Will Perkins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Reecc. Mrs. Floyd Sharp and son, of Dogwood, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. Will Perkins. Virgil Perkins of Dogwood spent the weekend with Miss Lillian Lect- better. Miss Marjoric Sue Poole, of Kennett, Mo., arrived yesterday to visit Miss Marilyn Jones for a week. Claude Hazel, of Hayti, was taken to the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. charjcs Thompson. o( Steele, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomiuou Wednesday, along wH'n Mrs. Nelson Thompson and two sons, of Vlcks- burg, Miss., who were enroute to Detroit, Mich., and other northern Points. B H. Nalley, who now Is connected with Tne Veterans Achrdiin Istratlon home at Dayton, O., Is •here lor a week's visit with his daughter, Mrs. B. J, Allen, and family, HC |s encoute homo after a week sixmt 111 Little Rock and Hot Springs. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Slicrrer. of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. John II. Bell and son, of St. Louis, arc guests of C. J.' Crane and daughter, Mrs. Louise Crane Hilcr. for a. few days. T. P. Pollard left Tuesday for his homo in Long Beach, Calif.. Osceola Society •— Personal O, II. Thomas Jr. of Eudora, Miss., Is spending Mils week with his mint, Mrs, W. E. Hunt. Circle one of, the Prcsbyteriiin Auxiliary me t, ^ Qridcr Memorial Park Monday afternoon for a short program followed by n picnic supper. Those having a part on the program were Mrs. A, f. Sjiiese and Mrs. Jou Wnlkcr. Mrs, George Ediington laiiuht ihe Bible lesson. Circle number two met at the country liuine of Mrs. Charles after spending six week's w ilh'|Colcman. Alter the program a plc- hls son, W. j. Pollard, and Mrs. llllu supper WHS enjoyed on the , Pollard.: Mrs. Fred lawn, Warren went to Mrs. 1, n. Mnjisey tmd children, <!ul<'k (o make and a real 'treat fur jour family are a ' Huffy Hy 91AKV I!. N'HA Sm-lri! .Stall' chocolate U>i> m':ir.i— an hut wallicr degrees I 1 '.) for -ID inlnuUvs. When Anything liiat makes tor pleasant llvliif . and cenl work-hours jn summer de.swcs a [nil, nl li'iist, sn short cuts me wortli con- f , . ,:, ••• .I^"K iw ( .«iio. i,. 11, iMa.'Lsey and cnmucii, •••••'•p '»• u'lth i " We<tllcstln V lo be Chailine and Anna Merle rclinn-1- s " lnln l.'1 ,„",., cr ' Wnllcr Lcc ' «'ho | cd Monday iilgut from a six weeks 1 Take dHh-»ashing. Do yuu uesl- Was accompanied by .visit with relatives at Uvalde and I late [o let (he dinner illslios wait M, I , f, , , A<iams ir " vvll ° k t'"- oUu ' r Me to. Halls, Tenn., for a visit Miss llallle In Texas. Her niece. I until the next morning? It's . Beth Wllllngham of , <iom (bat- 1 do mine in tile rake Is cold pile chocolate cream in the center. Cluicolate Ice unit until frozen for serv- While this dessert i.s smart enough for H company meal ll's so lillle trouble to make that It's f|iille as sellable for n family dinner. Ice cream de.wrls (; o with u ny typo of menu and are yoo;l for any occasion, so It's easy lo plan u'.ien Ice cu'iiui Is the choice. If you want a fruit llavor try raspberry Ice eii'nm .because raspberries arc at tlielr best In 'July, lla.vpbcrry tic Cream One-half cup granulated supar 1-4 teaspoon salt, i-;i nip top nillk, i cup crushed raspberries (either red or black), a eggs, i cup whipping cream. 1-2 tcnsixm vanilla. Dissolve Mijiir In fruit and add top milk. Houl CBS whites mull sllir. Beat CHS yolks until thick and lemon colored, lieut. tiiu cream until stiff and add salt and vanilla Combltic all Inj'wllenis nm | m [ x well. four Into Ireralnt; (ray. Sciaiie from sides and boltom sov- llmes bsfore mixture Is froze]! illli lo hold il.s sliapo. Then smooth out an;l frwjic until llrm Tills mixture can |, c packed In six purls Ice lo one p.ut Ice salt and fro/en without sllrrlnj just as you would In (ho automatic GosncllNews Mr. and Mrs. Wampo Hawkins- former residents of GosneU who now live in Kentucky., are ' visit- Ing relatives here. Jim Plnkorlon rims', returned from California, where ' he spent (he winter and spring. Mis, Harry • Reeves is sick this week. Mr. mid Mrs. Pnrnc.ll' Mitchell were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. acorge Williams. Mrs. Lorella Clrimes and sons veix'U and J. D., were guests of Mrs. flhincho Ingrain Sunday Mi- 1 * Marjoric , Williams spent tuc.sdny shopplns I,, MomVjjis Mr, and M ra . E nrl Crawfoid, of uilirnrnln, are spending-a month's vacation with Mr. Crawford's fa her. K. M, Crawford, and other •• * •" "" i--vr- JIL£ Mini-i njj m i- mniUU'S. unill imiu famine Hi,-,,, well, rinsa un- ] mixture thickens. Add water and Her (he hot water faucet, stack mix well. Chill UvmiiiBlily, Add III0111 :i)lil thiil'i; Ikm oiwl ,\r 11. i n.,,.in.. iiii.i_ .... . her parents. [San Berncll, Texas 'returned iics Anita Strnckc and Mary her for nn extruded visit K'vLit,!,™"';' 1 ;, OI , o™™*-! ,•"«• •">"» 'Mite'rc'turncd ™. ^•^* n ^ ^ ^I'^^mtr^"^^ £>S- "SEr S,HrH™:; ; "r 7-vr" ::; - - - ? =r° » '"»« Miss Miriam Berksonnf A*i i Mr r *F ° , ,' ° uswl fllr lnr «"«a» simimiM- >™i' "iwl ytoi'c in freeiitnii unit, Af «> iviiuiim LJCrKSOn Ol AtCtlN Mrj>. Lllimil Mnnrn 1 h»r1 n>i hm- Ini'iiK vf.,... I,,,,,,,!,.„!..,. ,,,-jis . In,. ...IvK,..,. i., ..< . ;_i, , • " '•"'••• .ix.iv n.i j o(| UUUUl III 11 One sqmirc bakini; ctmcol'.ilc, 'J-:| I rerrlgiorutor. cuji'swei'leneil cimdcnsi'd milk, a-:i - . cup water, 1-2 UMISJKIOII vanilla, Tho balk of (he Ironical 1-2 cup whipping cream, tree I.s mntii- Inlu rope-; Melt clicolale In lop of (loubli!J r " nl|j>ll « i "U'dlclne for »„,.„,.„„ bilcr. Add milk and sdr over boll- """K'ula; the fruit is I'lilcii, I'llher cx.okcd or niw. or rubbc<l mi (lie face as a cosmJllc; while tlv. 1 hcmt nf the tree Is crated 'iiul i.'fuxl like [;ratcd coconut. Phliin A,,,,, i > i V '•"•"""i. Juan -anci uavm Jr.. saving, also, and cut Yazoo ctt< M , BC "' e - l " .'? • rctllnicd (l ' om ' '"roo weeks or work to a marked "... —j....... imucii. nngci. ui • Hondo. Ark a meal IP cons Trv n,iii> ]™r he week Scrn , 1JC , r ? , wl » sn< ™l s ' ; =' lt l "° P«sl «r™k' .here as the ™ke niletl with ciioco oVce ore u Senbera h 5 ' *"* "^l 6 "" 1 of hk s *">''. Mrs. William .sometime. It l s ,„, lo,,,- task o Stcrnbeig. who has a collage' Stc-.vart and family. ' - ": make and is dpllghtfu v festive llCre for !l niniiMi n,. ,[.. ,.. n «i... fun^ T> ,. _ . . . i..,,.. ut.jn,iuiuii) usint rg. who lias a collage here for a montl, or six weeks. I Little Peg g y' ? "Lou Grigsby Ls IMS. v,. M. Taylor has gone to spending Ihe month of July with Lexington. Tenn., to be with Mrs.) her grandmother in Marshall . B. Grady, who Is ill. I Ark Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Holly, form- rl.v of here and now of Kcniieit !o., are guests of Mr. and Mrs' r. W. Mullins and family. Tlicy rill be here until Friday. B. L. Turner, of Osceola. was StopChi'ls and Fever! Rid Your Syttem of Malaria! Shivering with chilta one moment anc biirning with. fever the nest—'$ one of Ih6 effects of Malaria. Unlcsi checked the disease .will do. Eerioas barm to youi health, _jlalarl3, a blood iniccboa, call: ior two things. First, dtilroying the in lection in the blood. Second^ buildim up the blood to overcome the effects o ovrcm the disease and lo fortify against, ( .attack. . Grove's Tajtclts Chill Tonic suppli both these effects. It contains tastclcfs quinine, which kills the infection in th3 bjood, and irop, which enriches an* builds u[i tho blood. Chills and fcvc soon stop and you arc restored lo healtl $nd comfort. For half a century, Grove' Tailelpss Chill Tonic has been sine relic for Malaria, ll is just as useful, loo, as general tonic for old and young. Flcasan to'like and absolutely hartntess. Safe t give 'children. Get a bottlu at any diu stop). .Now two. iizes— SOc and $1. Th 51 Eiie contains V/2 limes as much as th £0c iUs aai jiv;i you ?5y!> ppotc jo j'QUr awaty, •• -• ' «» /»v^ui' Mrs. Eunna Moore had as her on. Kan who has been vlsitlns euests for the weekend her slsters- ' '"" """ and in-law, Mrs. J. B. Follx and Miss ' JaCk inmls save lai ,. .„ runners of round t'nread easier to launder than hcavv thrr r^iotir, , ••>'""-"""" "'"-> •"-»"••. »iii>. J. u. four, aim Miss easier to launder than hcavv d-\- tola f " visit h, 5 VS ' ', Crt £, K M MOOt ?' ot JllCkS0 "' ' mm ' " 1:ls ^loths and Uk "oo^o, tie ,t i v i. ' M «»>!)l"s alul M r. and Mrs. Roscoc llayden table. il In Yazpo City, Miss., where Ol Carutheisviiie Mo he will be the guest of he.- Sam Coble, Mrs.-'bavld Laney ( randparents. . nml t hn ( | rair Joall .„,„, DavW Jr * 1200 City. Miss., for a vacation stay in Hot Springs > be spent with his parents. | Corporal Herbert Phillips of Fort Mrs. Robert Lee, accompanied Bliss, El Paso Texas was the J' her mother, Mrs. T. W. Eok- -' '" '- idgc, went t,o Memphis Wedne^- •i.v to a hospital. ., „. . .1.^^ ^(.-Ana, wji^ [liu I'-Tum i-iiu,jy[i 10 ICtllpI, Ltl' 1 n guest of Miss Mildred Caglc last 'He Is at a premium. Di's-ssrlt wci-keiul. Robert Angel f Hondo, Dr. L. D. Mnsscy was a business visitor in.Memphis Tuesday , . aken to the Memphis Mntlwdist hospital Tuesday. H. H. Houchins. an .mi have none to HI ;ake Jim Craf- Miss Nola Howerton and Hughie Howard Wed LEACHV1LLE Ark —Mr and ™ Muir"" rt^ohVr'" ,"^'1 V '" e ' havc nnnol ">«d the marriKge _--. Muir,. daughter of Mr.'of their daughter Noln In : \iv md Mrs. George Muir, underv.'cni, Hughie HoS «[« of tu operation for appendicitis Wed-, The ceremony ' was DC nesday morning at the Blytheville the Methodist parson^ hospital. Her condition. I, vviy well, Mp.. on-July i. °. , ' _. Mrs. Hb\vard wa.s reared nt Tlnv Mike Simon ami Dr. J. A. Salib.i'uersville. Upo her EradmUon were;,,, Memphis Tues.lay W itl, : from the Hofnersve high scloo F. Simon who ,s at tht 1 Baptist she attended Draughon's BushS gone an operaUdi^^coAS'J h°"'ta ,"' " Ot S " g " "'"'' ""'™ deprirtmcnt store at KcnneH, Mo., Mrs. L. Niinn. ol Kansas 2ity, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs W. T. Barnctt. Mr. and Mrs Nunn Mexico, where he has been employed for six weeks. Mrs. Edgar Herrick hns gone o Colorado Springs. Colo., to pend a month. Will Tell Own Story The Rev. C. G. Bohannon, who s conducting an evangelistic Ineet- ng at the First church of t'ne Nazarene, has nniipunccd he will give ils life's story in the form of a jospel riiessagc tonighl. Large . crowds arc attending this revival Vnich is having nightly meetings. as Howard is the only son of the late E. M: Howard and has bsen in charge of the Howard Undertak- laud Burial association since 'nis father's death. He was reared in Lcachville and upon his graduation from the Lcachville high school entered the School of Embalming at Nasvillc, Tenn, whsrc he eradu- akd in 1934. Tney will spend a short honeymoon In Kcnnstt and return to Lcachville to make their home MANLEY TOURS To Dallas anrt Other Toillts Very Attractive Trices Mrs. E. A. Tcafnrd Osceola, Ark. I'honc 101 Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Ambrosia Layer Cake, each 19c Large Chocolate Creme Roll, ea. 6c Pruit Filled Coffee Cake, each 8e Individual Pecan Rolls, each 2c Date Drops, doz. ', 10c 'Special for Bnlercy Hour, 5 lo 6 p. m. only, Friday, Saturday and -Sunday .Hot Raisi.i\ Bread, loaf ' ; 6c Hot Cinnamon Rolls, doz, ' : 8c Cocoanut Macaroons, doz, 3c Individual Karo Pecan Pies, each ,. 3c . (Ljinit of 5) Hot Plain Rolls, doz. 5c Hot Parkerhousc Rolls, <Joz 8c ' , r- n™ ,i , ' Special Attention Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. • "* ' I'npcr towels in the kitchen and clown-stairs lavaratory are a MS ', also, and cut "laundry bills Iin( t j tcr mixture Is abmit 'imlf fro/.en remove from refrigerator and sciajie mixture from sides anil butliiin ot pan. Beat until .smooth -but not melted, smooth out aiui replace In . When it comes to meal plaunini' incthliig easy to make, but, unusual cnouBh to tempi, the nppe- . iMs an- tbc dislics that do most, to innkcj Tint lilt Mliuitii llcli Treatment Only one application ncccsmty, ctothinit or bed linens. Vot Ath- ii'lc's Foot, toi>, Al Ouod Drue , stores everywhere. looking. I lllfTj- I.uaf Okc One-half cup butter or ofncr ihorlenins, 1 clip granulated sit- ear, 1 egg. 2 CIIIK flour, .| teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 tcasixxjn suit, 1-3 cup sweetened condensed milk. 2-3 cup water, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream butler and sugar until light IIIHI unity. AM ceg siijjhuy beaten, sift, nonr mice, measure, add baking powder and salt an:l sift again several limes. Hlcmi m ilk and water and ndd altornately with diy inurcdienls to butler mixLun Beat until smooth and add vanilla' Bake In a greased ring or angel cake pan in a moderate oven (350 9 f R<MCM£$, 8gDBlfG<!, Fi£AS and other CRAWLING Mfecfs lice Brand Insect Powder is fiuor-i;roiind —into ninny more killing purlicles per ounce. Tlmt's why It kills crawling insects 32';',, (|Uiclicr. Uce Braiul Insect JPowdcr Is harmless to children and pels —will not eonlumiualo fuuils. Ask for it by name. , Kill FJios, Mosquitoes with Ucc Brninl Insect ' Sprny. Conlains 47% ex- Ira killmu power (-17 r more pyrcllirius). McC'or- uick & Co., Inc., "~ ialtimcre, MO. _ W r of $185,500,000 was llU, IHSUCA'l'KSSKN LINE Cheeses for all tastes Cold Meats of «ny klucl r'nill Juice & Ginger Alo; SlI YAIiD EQGS DAIIiY I'lCKAHD'S 0110. & MKAT MAIiKET Phone 073 - We , Deliver Chlctausawbii i I / COOI'.KS'l'-SPOT'lM TOWN1 •Last Time -Today (;iinl< (i'nl)lc ;ind .leunelte McDonald in 'San Francisco' W i I !i 'Spuiiuer 'I'picy, .luck Hull, Ted Ueal.v :tnd Jessie A Iliriiviijr, , :c ,l|irul, .-swociittw .dm in :i of human >>iiolinn!> _ iitiiinsl IIic liackgrninii] o( ,| &&. axttr (lull wreck' ei| a mlRhty city! rauimaunt News -^Atlmlsslqn — l(lncc^-I0 & 25c— >Vllli lo Ta\ lfc'lll— II) A 35c— Wil|l lo T»x Friday - Pal Night 2 Adults Admitted for 'Trice at I AH Chililren— 10e CASH GRO C E RY PHONE=603 Crackers Hox Kor IW £ ''"rcncli's ' IQilC! l'ut'Is;it;c Lt-i2 BRAN FLAKES U. & W. 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