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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 14, 1936
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PAGE. BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' .COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, •'JULY M, 193G crcuet4j Social Calendar W EDN ES D AY'S EVE NTS Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Addlson Smith, 2:30 p. in. ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Butt-Robinson wedding at First Baptist church, 4:30 p. m. . Mrs. ! John Tyrone having IJulch luncheon. Marlene's Bound for Europe Methodist Yoiitij I'coplc Of County lo Meet Here The young people of the Methodist Epworth 1 Leagues In Wissls- Mppi county will meet nt the Wke Street" church to'nlghf, 8 o'clock, for the .monthly meeting; ' Miss Inez /Thompson,' 1 president, will preside, ; •. JVXal B'Kllii Has A Picnic Here The; B'Nai U'nith had a picnic Sunday. More than loa attended the affair ftt Walker park. The crowd, usscinbled at 'noon for lunch. Lnler the visitors Inspected the park and then spenl the rest of the afternoon In Ihc iwlinmlng pool. Supper was served al twilight. Guests were present from Cairo. Forrest Cily, Wynne, brew, Miss., Earle, Clarksdale, Miss., Memphis, Sikcstoh, Mo., Kennclt. Corning, PoHageville, Hayll, Carnlhersvllie, Cape Glvardeau Lepahto. Leach- villc, 'Manila, Luxora nnd Lnkc City. • ' : : . Miss Sue Bull, Mre. Ihtgli VVhilsllt Complimented.' A rainbow motif was used in Ihe biidge party given by Mrs. Samuel !•'. N'crrls Monday niter- noon for Miss Sue Bull, who will be inarrlcd lo William M. Kobni- sbn, of Ca'iio Glrarde'nti. Mo., I'VI- day, and Mrs. I-li-gh Whltsltt. who, before her it'ccnl marriage, was Miss Martha Robinson. Dahlias, zinnias, larkspur, ,/!ni- sles and s'napririiBons w'crc lite pVthdpal 'flowers in the Ixnitjudb, aiTanged in Colorful holders and n large wedding bell of white "larnalions 'niid fern hung from the doorway. live tables of guests were scn-- cd refreshhieiits upon their arrival nt 4 o'clock. The tables liad ccn- tcipieces of pink rosebuds and snapdragons in Filver vases ar.d the honored guests' places \VQ:} marked with minialiire. brliifij. The. colors, of Ihc rainbow were used: iA- thc : ice course, served -with individual wedding bell cakes, decorated with "S" and "M," riurch nnd huts. : '-rt^r7 i Hie falhtfew'.scheme was also used in the prizes and 'i'ti' wrappings,- --Mrs.-Eclwhi "Crabtrp'o, tf Avon Park; Fla.-, AVO'U Mnde'nii hcMc'rs.for ebcklail glasses as Hie first prize. Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard received a similar gift for si.cond Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Ardcn II. Crowtler spcnl Ihc weekend In Llllle Rock, go- Ini! over for Hie officers dance at Camp Pike. Mr. Crowtlcr Is there with (lie local national B n aril. W. 1*611 Smith, Ills daughter, Miss Mil lain, his son, Leon, Mlsa Mary Knnlcc Layson and Jlafbcrl Jr.. were hi Memphis ami- lay. Mix. 8. f3. filelnbcrg spent Monlay In ticmpliis. Mr. and Mrs. !•;. A. Cliiylon Jr., if Allnhfu'crfyic, N. M., spent, the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Johr V [,cnll. •':: Tlie Hey, J. L. Thompson, par,or of IhC; church of the limna- clitalc Conception,. has Vcturncrt roln .ipncsboro, where he underwent trcjilnieiit hi si. Deiimitl's lospllal. •' ' Dr. and Mrs, 1. n, Johnson inn Mfss Marjorlc Warren, acconi mnlod by Miss Mildred Warrci of Halls, Tcnn., have returned frohi n molor trip to eftslcri Joints and Canada. Mr: and Mrs. Marciis and Mr. and' Mrs. 1 Hairy Ilnini '' • • high award anrt Mis. Edward Rr,Braves, of Osceola, won a box ci[ Welters for ccckUll glasses foi .the cut prize. Miss Unit vim Riven a china plnle and Mrs \yiillsltt.ii; luncheon set. '• Another but of town guest *«•• the hosiers' sister, Mrs. Thomas W. Miller, of Brunswick, Ga. * » * Uavr. Picnic. Mr. anrt Mrs. W. W. Pepper formerly of Huffman and now oi Lltlle Rock, were guest* of hoi'.oi at a' picnic Saturday at W.ilkei park. They sixmt the wecV pnB at the home of their son. Sinn- ten Pepper, and family, at Hull man, and tins affair was plamra especially in honor of Mrs. Pepper's birthday. Other guests were: Mrs. Ida 3 Gl'Uiiand. Mrs. Alma CopeUnd and two diu'jhterf, Mr. and MrS Clarice Gillilaiul. nil of Cooler \V. A. Thompson nnd daughter oi Promised Land, and Mr. ant Mrs. Stanlon Pepper and daughter. • Heady for an extended vacation in her native Europe, Marlena Dielricli; llollj'woo<l Him fnvor- ile, is shown here as' she boards a Los Angeles Iraln to New York for the .llrsl lap ojt her Irip abroad. She was oc- companicd by iicr daughter, 1 Maria Sieber. Mrs. K. J. Browne., served sand wlcbes, cookies and iced lea l< the women, wlio Ineludcd Iwi 8i'"sls. Mrs. J. E. Walls an Mrs. K. J, brooks. Miss Mary Savage Named ljuccn ,in 'Lepaivlo Contest LRPAN'TO, Ark.—In a beauty revue conducted here by (he P.-T.A. of Ihc Lcpanto high school, Miss Mary Savage was named queen, nnd Misses Kathryn Arwood .and Helen Blockcr received second nnd third places. Miss Savage will compete in a state-wide contest (o be held in Uttle Rock In Ihe full. Opens Great Steel Plant s W. Miller, of Firumulck. On ml HUeh Nelson Thompson PC. companicd her. IBS Mary ttllziiltcl'li iioiinn vent to Litlle Keck today to vlsll Mtees fieiilah Uellc and Rurnelle Pradley, who formerly lived here. Mrs. Denver Dudley, of Jones- DOIO. Is In Ihe city today. . . Mrs. ,1. A. Perdue will return to her liotne in Pine Bluff tomorrow lifter spending leli days with Mr. and Mrs. w. Ix-on Smith. She Is Mrs. Smith's mother. Miss Adclc I.anasloii left last night for Cleveland, O., to spend three wecVs with her sister, Mrs. O. II. Wroten, and Mr. Wrolen. Mrs. Wrbtcii <vlll probably accompany her home. filch, of Moscow, this morning to ncs motored • to v! Mainmoih Springs Sunday lor Dick Wiillc and Harry Halncs jr.. wlio had been at the Y.M.c.A camp there for two weeks. Louis Lynch re- lurned today. Wed fiulhcriord and Joe Kvrard will remain another week. Jack Chambltn left (he camp Saturday and went lo Hardy lor Ihc weekend with his uncle nnd aunt. Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Chninhlln, before roliirfiltiB home Monday. Hoss Morgan was lakcn lo Ihe Mrs. C. 11. Tenn., arrived be the guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Irunlcr C. Rims, and !3r. Kims, for a few days, ahe has been in Chicago, H. B. Nallcy relnncd Salur- day to his In baylon, O.. nfler .spending several days with his daughter, Mis. B. J. Allen, and family. Mrs. Raymond Fowler and three children, of at. I/Jills, arc guests of Mrs. Fowler's mother, Mrs. Alice VVomack, and Mr. and Mrs. Ftlvcs Allen. Mrs. Womack accompanied them here Sunday after she had been visiting In Equality, 111., and fit. Louis. Mrs. J. W. Bahlsler. of Kcn- nett. Is Ihe guest of lier son, Rodney L. Ilanlstcr, and Mrs. hanls- Icr. Mrs. H. A. Lynch and' dawgli- loiii a toes Are Cheap Again, So Serve Them Frequently A power in Ihe sleel Industry, \vhich Is girding tor a war to the linish auainsl ihc challenge of union labor, Kuyenc C. Grace, president of Dcthlclicm Steel, is shown here as he appeared al liie formal opening of Bclhlchom's new KiO.OOO.OOO strip mill in Lackawanna, N. Y." Cirace xyas closely guarded dur-, ing his'visit lo the liiino have rc- slay In ler. Miss Martha Ann, turne<l from leu days Searcy, Ark. Mrs. Fred Smith and son, Fred Jr., of Dexter. Mo., and Mis;; Janice Underbill, of Maiden, Mo., were gucsls or Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. nanisler Sunday. Smith and Mrs. Uantster arc sis- Meuiphls naptist hosplinl Sunday.], tc '.?'. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tj'lcr Nash have returned to 'their home in Mr. and Mrs. Abraham 'Zcllner and children of Memphis were West 1'olnt. Miss., after visiting J !l "' sl -' i ° ! Mr ' ni111 Mrs - Mol ' rlE their Nash Jackson. soli, L. p. Nash, and Mrs. Zclllier llcrc for ' hc wcck end. Mr. Wash niolorcd them 'lo Tcnn. Mrs. P. s. McPhcrson, ol iUytl, Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Phellx A. Carney, of Ihc Broadway Snles Company, has BOIIC lo Rare White Beaver Found in Minnesota WINTON. Minn. Memphis to ' study electrical re- 1 sola's north lake frlgcralion and radio engineering for Iwo weeks. iUP>—Mlnhc- country hati yielded n while beaver. Kxharslcd and gnsping, Ihe nl- Morris was chosen Temple" in a Kld- Hanah Joy 'Miss Shirley ific Revue, with Carolyn Wells rcccivtiiR scconrt find 1'alsy Block- cr third, In 1111 amateur contest Jerry and M. G, Smith received Aisf, pri/c and will com lictc in a statewide contest to. be bold hi Ullic Rock. Second honor went ' lo Shirley Blndursky and third -to Kloise Stuckcy. Home Debates Lead Girl, 24, Into Politics ST. LOUIS t UP)— Miss Patricia Prcndergast. 2-1, vllli curly hair. t»ll and <tark was spurred .to- Jloward Morris, Dick Edmonson, I blno was found (laundering along James Hilt and Joel Hill, of tllp Sioux river by a CCC worker Ulinton, Miss., college Frank and friends of Miss Virginia Saturday northcrii luffman, visited them cnroutc hoine from ft rill, Miss Lcla nhea Hvans has returned to her hoiu'c at Lutes Corner alter spending a visiting her grandfather, Bvalis, of Dclioill, Miss. Mrs. Florence Sinitn of Palm Ucaeh, Fla., is visiting Mrs. James nomar. Miss Joyce Henley has entered who brought It into Wlnlon. Onme Wardens Joseph Krai ami 'Joseph Rodman, who vlewei the beaver, ropprlcd it was i fcrlng Ircm numerous cuts ant 'bivlscs. H was believed lo hav bebii ousled from Ihe colony (>> Week' ft " lcr members who rcjardcd Hi' ^i [ while beaver as an '"oulcasl." The animal will be transient.: In a stale park lor permanent <l|splnys after a short slay Wlrrton. several Circle Has Picnic. The Business Women's circle ol the Wcmans Ai'.\lliary • in tin First Presbyterian church had o picnic last night at the home o! Mr. znd Mrs. B. A. Bugj. Supper w : a,s served in tlwli garden al twilight Business niem- bets and their Iiusbarids. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King. Mr. and Mrs J. Nick Thomas and" Mtss E-lnii Kate Hale were gucsls. Mrs. S. E. Vail is chairman of this group. * * * Mtlhcdist Women Sluily Foreign Schools. Tire 21 members of th° Woman's Missionary society of the Firs' Methcrlist chi'tch who attended the meeting Monday afternoon al .th? church, heard a program which emphasized the work of foreisn schools In which this . church is especially interested. "Working Together in the School" •wjis the tiieme with Mrs. W. F. Brewer as leader. She used portion of Ihe first chapler ol 1st Ccrinlhians for Ihe. scripture reading. Mrs. E. D. Ferguson told .Gingling college in china, the work at Ewha college In Japan wes .discussed by Mrs. M. G. Gccdwin and a playlet was given in which Mrs. W. U Homer. Mrs. Gc-crge M. Hunt. MUs.-Mildred Lou Hvbbarj, Miss Margaret Ehaver,- .Miss Elizabeth Edwards and Miss Frarices Little took part. It was voted, in' a brlet business f.CjElon, not to n\eei, the fourth Monday in'July or ,the fourth and fifth: Mondays-'in. August. ' • : The hostesses, Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. C, S. Stevens, Mrs. R. N. Hill, Mrs. A. M. B. Branson and vard polities by discussions around he family table. She is one' o : 2 children nnd a candidate for (be Democratic p,omlna!;on ar, -cprcEent?.llve In the stale Icgls- alrro. The family round' lable Idea ilsc impelled her toward favoring he one house legislature Idea, uch as 1ms been established in Nebraska. \ "Yen should see us,'" she raid, 'sitting around the l.ible night (Her night amuing the pros and :ciir, of politics. We all have dif- ercnt ideas and—well, you see here you have proportional rep- rr.cnt.-ition. Think what a hard :jne a bill would have gelling hrcugh if we were Ihe legfsl.i- ure." P.itiicia'R father, Edv.'ard Prcn- Icrs'ast. a member of ihc city idminlstralion. is her campaign nanager. hrniighnn'fi Business collci Mcniphis where she will secretarial course for months. Misses Selma McKiniim'i Eunice liroRdon and Evelyn niythu accompanletl her there' Sunday. L. H. Goods,, of Basscll, has been atlmltleri to St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Ellon Ball, of Ilayli. Is n pa- lieut at St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. i Mrs. Ed Burkes, of Lirxora, was taken to Ihe Memphis Baptist liospilal yesterday. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton is In Seli- alh. Mo., today visiting relatives. milic ~ " ville, is phis Baptist hospital Mr. nnd Mrs, Ley Welch and tlaiiBhtcr, Martha, will go to Hn- Fcllmrst. Miss., tomorrow to spend two weeks with Mr. Welch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham have gone to Memphis fur a vacation. . J. E. Gooch ot Iluntsville. Ala., •ge ^ at Strange Aging Shown By Prohibition Liquor . Slathain, of Canithers- a patient at the Mem- spent the viast two weeks his daughter. Mrs. M. who with Isaacs, and family, went to Greenville, Miss..! yesterday. Mrs. J; W. Adams and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. spent yesterday in Memphis. Mis. Robert E. Ix-e King went to Memphis today lo undergo treatment for au infection of her (Inger, Her daughter. Mrs. Thom- FOND DU LAC. Wis. (Ul'l — Aging of n "cellar" of CMnlisciiU'd prohibition liquor, sufficient to supply a tavern for several months, in Ihe vault of Ihc Fond cln Lac. county courthouse here has produced some startling changes seldom observed during the hectic consumption of the dry era. One specimen, crystalline clear when sized, has turned green, Another looks like oil drained from a crankeasc. The. lio.nor. some of it now almost 20 years old. will be kepi until Ihc courl orders it destroyed. Prison Improvement Reduces Its Population SYDNEY, N. S. W. (UP)—'The better Ihe prison Ihe fewer the inmates," seems to be the ?Tew South Wales motto. Many years ago, when prisons' were just prisons, the number of i persons received hit othem was' one In 48 of Ihe population. I Now, with n modern regime I which Includes'concerts and snort; ranging from tennis to fishing al priscon camns, the ratio has dropped to one in 226. 9 j- y &*.J<* .>. «• j . -a 1 .*'^.^ . * IIV MAHV E. DAOUI-: NBA Sr.rvicc Kturr Writer Do you know that 75 years ago lomatocs were considered poisonous? ' It just (lotwn'l .seem possible—yet it's true Women planl- cd tomiilot's In tlielr gardens in those clays because llicy thought Ihc vegetable was beautiful. Hut, tcistir tin-in--mercy no! Surely wo owe n vole of llirmks to Una. courageous woman who,' for Ihe first time, served loniHloc.s' In lier home. She's an unknown heroine but I, for one, think she deserves n monument. Now thai loiiKiloes arc plentiful In (lie market I .servo them i every day in salads or cooked ILslH's and we -never seem lo lire of Ihem. When we have yiem l>lnin,.with sail anil pepper, after several days of dresscd-up concoctions, the rich scnriet flesh tastes hotter than ever. One. of the best combinations kimw is veal cutlets with grilled lonuiloc;;.' Of course, when you .'reive them cooked you can't serve them al Hie same meal as a salad,-but cabbage is sood, loo, and a cabbage salad > with a sour cream dressing adds; -just Ihc! right'touch to the'menu. ••-Grilled : lomatocs are easy to prepare and /arc line for emergency entertaining. : • Grilled Tomatoes Wash tomatoes and cut in slices about 1-2 inch thick. Sprinkle lighlly with sugar, sail and pcp- and dip In Wash tomatoes and scoop out Season bread crunib.s with mustard and Wor seeds. f.M t lienpcr, cestershire wince, Slice cheese in Ihin sti\ r cr.s. Put alternate layer;; of cheese and ciumtjs in tomatoes until loiniUnes lo the top. Put a strip of bncon ncros'i each lomato. rut pun wflh a lilllc botloin and bake in a shallow water in the minutes in a moderate oven (375 degree:; F.) tomato and the form of a Another Rood chcwc dish is in IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT FOR TUB CITY OF BIA'TIIKVII.UJ CHICK ASAWUA TOWNSHIP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY All ' KANSAS. O. E. Stewart, Plainliu vs. Aaron Kosenlhal and Joe Newport nefcm!cnt.s. WARNING OnUKIi Tile rU'fcmUuils. Aaron llosenlhal and Joe Newport, arc warned to ji]i- |)«ir within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer file complaint, of the plainlill, O. E. Stewart, Dated this Ihe 29lli day of June 1933. l-'HANK WHITWORTH Clerk of the Municipal Court. Claude F. Coojier, Ally. Sign Language Used In Church for Deai . TORONTO. Out. (UP)—Toronto's tleaf and dumb now have a minister who "speaks Iheir laiiK- tiagc." ' Murkinrj the first service of It? kind on record here, the Hev. Alex McGovvim was inducted as minister ol the United Church for the l)eaf. The whole ceremony, prayers, hymns and sermons, arc inlcr- Sperry Candy Company, of Mtl- . waukee, Wisconsin, is svarnnl la appear in Ihe Municipal Court of the City of Blyltieville. Arkansas, within ihirly days aud answer the complaint' filed against it by II. N. Swearengcn. doiui; tivsiness as Central Collcc Company. Dated tins June 2-i. ia:iG FRANK WHITWORTH. Clerk. & livraril, 27-1-11-13 enage. The Rev. McGowan Is an expert on the sign language. per fine cracker cnimbs'. Drawn quickly in IniUcr in, a frying pan. llrst on one side and then on the other. Serve at Veal Cutlets steak cut 1-2 inch thick, GE. 2 tablespoons melted butler, fine dried bread crumbs. 1 teaspoon sail, 1-1 Lcaspoon pepper, t cup water. Cut the .steak ru_ neat pieces about llic size of a silver dollar. Season with salt antl pepper and flip in melted butler. Roll . in crumbs, din in egg, slightly beat- Reid National Bank Charter Issued First in 1863 PHILADELPHIA (UP)— The first national bank charter granted by tho federal povfrinnenV was issued lo a Philadelphia instiluti'jii. Records displayed in conjunc- tioh with the annual Philadelphia E\iM\silion showed 13aiik Charier No. thai 1 v.a.-, WAIIMNC! OISDEK The non-resident dpfenrian'. Bankers Mortgage Company, i.s waincd to appear in Ihe chancery Court for the Cliicka^-.vlM Uislncl; of Mississippi Comity. Arkansas, within (lire,; ninnlhs to answer Ihc complaint there filed against it and others bv the American Central Life !n:,uianc-.- Company. WITNESS my hand as Clerk lo the First National lianl: ol Philadelphia on June 20 1JJU3. Cm? of the leadiii" figures in Ihe bank's organization was Jay Cuokc, financial aide to the ROV- | eminent at Hie lime of Ihe Civil War. of said Court and Hie seal thereof this 10th day of July, 103'j H. M. CRAIG. Clerk By A. F. Smith, D. c. Shane & Fcncllcr. Solicitors lor Plaintiff. en, and roll again in crumbs i Tlle Clu'nesc celebrate New Saute until well browned on bolli' Yrar ' s D ' 1y ol1 bblh January 1 and fides. Add water, cover closely' Jillulllr - v - 2 '"' and simmer slowly for 45 minutes. If the oven is going for baking, cook the cutlets closely covered, .11 the oven. Serve with the gravy ill the pah. Halted Tumnlnes ami Cheese This Is a splendid luncheon dish. Serve il with toasted rote antl a fresh fruit salad, icctl chocolate or iced tea may accompany it. Four firm, large tomaloes, 1 cup soft bread crumbs. 1-4 pound American or Swiss cheese, l-u teaspoon sail, i-,| teaspoon pepper, i-i teaspoon muslartl, l-.l leaspcon Worcestershire, sauce, •! thin slices bacon. Fortificstion of Cyprus Meets Malta's Approval MALTA. (UP1—Suggestions that Malt.i should -be abandoned as a British base in Mediterranean Soaring In this ntlcmpt lo a height of 14 feet 3 inches, William N. Graber, of Southern California, tied with two other Trojans, William II. Sefton and Earle Meadows, for lirst place in the pole vault, at the Olympic track and field final tryouls at Randalls Island, N. \'. in favor of Cyprus arc meeting with little svpport on Ihe island. Instead. 11 is pointed out f (hat it is notorious that the harbors of Cyprus are unsuitable for bit! ships, and that Cyprus would be useful only as n submarine and aircraft base. No objection is made to proposals thai Cyprus should be forti- fi«l and made an additional unit in the Empire's chain ol defense in (lie Mediterranean, but it is urged that abandonment of Malla means abandonment of communications to the East, Quick Relief for Chills and Fever and Other Effects of Malaria! DiirVt put up with the suffering of .lalanrr—the (ecth-chattcrliiR chills and ihc burning fever. Gel rHl of Malaria l»y. getting the infcclicm out ot your system. Thit'swhat drove's T;i=telc?-iCHiH Tonic ilor-r—destroys antl drives out Ihc infection. At (lie ^nrnc lime, it builds up your s.vMem again-i further, Grove's Tastclej-s (.'hill Tonic contains tasteless rjmninc which kills the infection in the blood. H nl=o contains iron which Imild* up the blood nnd helps it overcome Ihc effects of M^larii as \vcll as forlify ngainst rc-infeclion. 'Hjcse are the effects you want for COMPLF/H-: relief. Grove's Taslele.^ Chill Tonic is pleasant lo fake and absolutely *ife, even for children. 7S T o hitter ia^le of quinine. («et a bottle today and be forearmed apninsl Malaria, For sale al atl drug stores- Now two sizes —50c and $1. The ?!.£:« contains 2'/> limes as much as the 50c size and gi' you 25% more for your money. MANLKY TOUKS ^'m. I.rn Hotel, .Mcmpbis All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat.. S'J3.00 Sirs. K. A. Teaford Oseenla, Ark. rbonc 101 The arithmetical sign of r-o.ual- lly was devised in 15'i7 by Robert Ilccorde, who said. "Noe. 2 thynecs can be more eqiialle than a puir ol parallel lines of one length." FtJI.I, DKMCATKSSKN LINE Cheeses for nil tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice *: Omccr Ale FRESH YAW) EOfiS DAILY PICKARIl'S CHO. ,V MKAT SIAIiKl'T Phone 61.1 —We Deliver TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. I^slle Hooper Mrs. A. (;. Ilalfy 1109 Chickasawha Phone 792 COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! TONIGHT IS $125 BANK NIGHT!! last week Mis. .lay iMnskop was called fcv the SlOi>. Slip was not I.ri.setit eithi-r Matinee or Niylil, inakini; Bank l)r|iosil lonight S12.1. LOVE WINS, THREE WISE GUYS Roliert YOUNG-Betty FURNESS Rayixtnil WALBDRN . Tnurston IIAfL Btuce CA80T fGasctl on Ilnmon Runyon's Story Ncvelly Range' 1 Admis:iou i A- Ccmtdy, "Home un tbe cc ICe. »t 25c plus le. tax Night 10c i .ISe, le tax . - Tlmrs. S-HE LIVED w A DREAM WORLD OF BEAUTIFUl CLOTHES Between the first Thanksgiving \nd the Hrst official designation of cur modern Thanksgiving Day es p. national holiday, 243 yxAus .icd. The Pilgrims celebrated Ihe fonner tn 1621. while President Lincoln issued the first Tlanksjivins proclamation in 1864. Conservationists are working hard ' lo save the .lancililll crane from extinction. The bird stands almost as tall ns a man and preterits on excellent targel for Ihe hunter; its flesh is very palatable and often has been bootlegged as turkey. . ' iviVi checks MALARIA in 3 days COLDS (irsl day Liquid, Tablets Headache, SO Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Rub-Jly-Tism"— World's Best Liniment Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blytheville Canning Co= Blytheville, Ark. " We offer you the Speedway — a 1 A WEEK OH terms that will suit yon Come see this husky, big, 1936 Blue Ribuon Value with alt these famous Gflodyear Safety Features: THE GOODYEAR MARGIN OF SftFETY - Center Fraction (or quick-stopping (let us shtm you!) ' THICK, TOUGH, LONO-MIICAGE TREAD-Lowest cost service per mile (proved Viy our customers' records) BLOWOUT PROTECTED IN EVERY PLY by patented SIMM-RT\\ 1ST Cord —exlra springy, wore enduring (ask us to demonstrate I) TOM LITHE CHEVROLET CO. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Ccmfn? seen. "Tho White Anji j \vith Kay Francis.

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