The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 20, 1936
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PAGE TWO" CQURIER NEWS:! MONDAY, JULY 20, 1930 Mrs. C. Ei ; trigger Long itanlificd / Willi (Jivie Life of Mississippi County 'Social '.Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS First Junior B A.'s meeting -Baptist fhurcW-l p. m Intermediate _O, A p s meeting p. in WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First linptlsl church, 4 ji in * Church of CIiilsl Bible Studs meeting 2 3D P. M, «itll Mis. B. S, ; Shclton. Mis: M. T. Moon, Mrs. W. P. Coolcy, of Joiner, and Mis J Cecil Lowe, having "lea for Mrs. J. Nonis Moon nl Moon ietl- deuce, -1 lo p P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENT3 W M S, Fn-st Cliurcli of the Nazarenc-' litivlng social; meeting lit church, .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dutch Luncheon club meeting ivilli Mrs. Hoy Heart. 60-MinuLc Dinner Menu Visitors complimented Miss Chariinc I'leetwood, o! Memphis, and her cousin, Miss Marian Allison, of Chicago, returned lo their homes Saturday after visiting their aunts, Mrs :Char!cs Crlgger jr., and Miss Millie ', Allison, and oilier relatives, -While here they were guesls of honor at several affairs. Miss Al- Jlsori had a swimming parly the Walker paik pool, follonci by a bieaklast at her home Mrs Crigger liad a supjwr party n 'her country home at Armorcl and a thcalci paity al the Rllz. A luncheon was gl\cn by Mis J T Phillips when Miss Mn LaRocco, o! .Chicago, hmiscgue-st of Misses Joy and Helen Phillips 1 , shaicd honors with Misses FlceUood and Allison , To Compliment Bride Mrs J Morris Moon who be- foie her icccnt marriage was Miss Kathleen cuiillner, of Memphis, will be guest of honm at a tea to be ghcn .it llic M T Moon home Wednesday afternoon, from 4 to 6 o'clock Mis W r Coolej, of Joinei, Mis. M "T Moon and Mrs j Cecil Lowe, sis- tcib and mother of the gioom, will be hostesses bride- Meek rhlckcn souffle is a quickly yrt pared dish made wilh IUII-A, It makes .111 cspcc.hilly atlniclli-c' illsh to lake lo tin- (able if rnundrU wiifuls in pl'ird on n jiliHir i; irnKhril \vllji tfiimtiri o. RKI (From .Hotel Times; Square, 'New York) 11V MAltV E. DAGUK NEA Service Staff Writer 'Tell me," a business woman writes to ask. "what I can servo for dinner Hint can be prepared in an hour?" There are so many dishes— delicious and nourishing, loo—that can be prepared in CO mlnults or .Ordhiatil} cooked • on broiled In bo ly stirred up nnd baked while 11: earlier course's are being, servcc arc Bopd, Cup cakes take qulckl: and mo delicious served wiin • wl'tlr fresh fruit and whippc cream. >'resh fmlt, alone, splendid urn! crackers luul ulices with black coffee 1 Is n perfect cm Ing for ui]y dinner Mock chicken-souffle takes only Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and-. Mrs. Elhert Huffman iavc gone to Chiiffee, Mo., to isit Mrs. Huffman's parents' for fewj'dnys. _ ' •''••• Mi'i and Mrs. Charles B. • Lemons cliirncd yesterday from Chicago, ,'hcre they purchased faK stock. Mi 1 , mid Mrs. Olio Scrape and Virginia Niirm have gone o .Annapolis, Md,, for two weeks lay ; with Mrs. Scrape's mother, Mrs. 'G/' 'S, Barnes, and son, ; and lsj>>-Sa'ra- Nurin, who arc speild- ig' ilicfsummer , there. . Herman .Wagner, Culhouii City, \Ils.s,; who is attending school In Memplils, Bpcnt.lhc weekend with of us huve null, hnvfnj blrllidays but- Mrfi.. c. 13. Crlgt'cr admits she celebrated her Ijlrlli annlversnry Wednesday, Her sons, J, T. mid missel)'l Charles priggcr, and her (trtiigh- ter. Mis. Bernard . Gotich, and tlielr families speiit the i evening wl(|i Mr.", and Mrs,' G'rlfjger-, at their Armcrcl home, ', : '. , Mrs. Orlager, whoVlSf,,;!' inciii- bcr of one of RlytlicylU't'*; ,i\iasl widely Known iilpncer. familli's, was torn ut. Darfioh), '.Irj tor of llic laic Mr, and Mrs. Thomas H o) s t q n , RobSivww. Throughout the yeurs./fho- lias icon actively Idcntlflr.ii. ..wllli .the ending cldc, ediication)il,\ rellg- OHS ami cultural org.VnlujiUoris . of .he city, haylng^bccii , p i> u ', member of all iJh'c' ils aunt, Mrs. :tnl faintly. Jim Henderson, Joan innlon, of 'Ponloloc, Miss., •> llic guest of her aunt, Mrs. B. W. FUraiimno'ns, niul family, Mrs. Knox L. Webb mid daugh er, Martha Ann, will go lo For- •csl City tomorrow lo attend: the 'eiicli Festival and to visit rcla- ,lves. Maltha Knox L, Jr., Ann and will take brother, pail in he Kiddy parade to be stated as part of the festival. Mrs. Robert E. -Lee King .will BO lo Marlon/Ark., tomorrow to visll her sisler, Mrs. W. B. Millian, and family, for a few days. Jlrmnic Tipton has returiicc from I'oii Hcnnlng, Ga., where lie spent six weeks at the'R.O.T.C encampment. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Slirvajr left today lor u two weeks vacation ii Winchester and Chattanooga lens cl which .she 15 a member Bhc is still,, unusually active hi such affairs,; holding . : (iff|ces"lii' a lumber ' of local • groilpijii, Ambn? :hc recent,' honors • accorded' !ici was appointment to ;the:-Arkunsus Centennial Commission. •_-'•• 'Iliat she and her laniily ' like niylhcvillc Is proved by Ihc ftitl lhal oil of her sons and-duligh- ters, and their families, all o her brothers, Marvin,: Fliiley.- nnc Clyde, aiid.lhelr famillcii, Ucr-Ms- Itr, Mrs.. R. N. Hill, and-.her, family, and Ihe family qf...anolhc,: Osceola Society — Personal Miss Nell Rhodes and Joe Rhodes (trove to faycllcvtltc yesterday for a week's visit wilh the Jailer's mother, Mrs, Joe Rhodes, and family. i -i.i W. M. Stewart is seriously '• 'ill at Ills home on Kelser ave. Misses Lillian B. and Edna Ayers and Margaritc Pope were Memphis visitors yesterday. ' 'Charles Riivcllc Bowcn spent Sunday With Ills father, Nceiy Bowcn, in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt spent Sunday with his parents in Stanton, Tcnn. Mr. . aiid Mrs. W. N. Thpmas drove lo Tupelo, Miss., ycslerday for a week's vlsil wllli ills fathci «nd oilier relatives. ' Jitnmie Buiui is visiting hla aunt, Mrs. ' T. II. Richardson in Orenada, Miss. Edward Teaford left Friday for Mrs. C. K. Crigjjcr ' brother, the lute Edwin Uohin- son, reside here. Mis.. Hill, her only sister, iilso Imd a birthday the s:>nio day and was included in (lie party. slay. They will relurn ' Here on their way liomc fora longer flay. The Hcv. Mr. Latimer was form-; erly paslor of the First Christian church here. . ' • ' Mr. ai|d Mrs. C. 6. Shell and daughter. Nancy, have .'• returned from a two weeks stay ill Brinkley, where they visited relaiivcs. _', . • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dorroh and children, of Caruthcrsville, vlsllcd Mrs. Belle Wood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. HK W. Oldliaiii and daughter, Mildred,' returned yesterday to their home in Little .,.,.,„,„„„,„ nock aller spending a few'days Tcnn. Tlicy were accompanied tqlwltlt Mrs - J -' H Fisher and'fam- Wlnchcster by Mr. Stoyall's'. fa-! 11 !'- "•' ..'!'' hijH •••••• Charles ..Scruggs, formerly of here and how of Memphis, 'spent diilies (hit tan , .. toi) of the Jitovo or a delicious inalti disfi ilie broiler lake the mcr dinner. Serve. It witli sliced a few minutes to prepare and Is '-"-' ' " ^ sum- Over the Bridge Table By 'Keen shoilest picptrnllon Howoici, Icmatocs and slioestiing potatoes iin> LoncoLllon that can be made | You i.m buj Ihcse at a food shop the oun is heating and nn \oiii \\;\y home while linked mamis less attention limn fowls in indlUdua! molds, de- cooked . over a quick At first thought, fire, chops Finish (he meil vtilh fresh I raeli shoitcakc scncd vitli plain I cream, and' Mock Chicken Souffle Serves- Tlncc or Fuiir One small can Umn ftsh, 1 cup Now,.lhat vie have Sue •ne a.gnm .lalk nboit the venllii" and^lhe ^i^cdci^ic^T^jvervonc mj'ce^ tiie»^icddin£-*«-as UaiitifU I|F clclliris larcly and U\c <-|\vn,Ei) . looked its best l " Sidelights of thr . affair—Bill said he dfcint fht-il | more,, than fom of hn rc<tllM> , thought enough of him to urn ido»n from SI- Louis OH n hot daj to see him mm lied—nnd iibnil 25 tamei . e\crjbcdj po' mad bec.usc Bill and Sue aln •(« ran from Hie church L-caii'-D tl r\ Mauled to ga^e longer 0,1 llu' exquisite dress—and mas be ECt t< l.iss the liilde—and bridegroom .Ruth has walked down the aisle of that r-hnicii thiee lima as an atlcndant so she does ,1 U an (i fully . but she ha•competition m popHanly f.ii hei niece, Bctly Blnck. has nlio bcoi flower girl m three weddings .the wedding present's arc as ehb orate ns cici seen m (hb »ait o _1he woods, my denhs along mi) t»o nianclciK checks foi wluc! we all cmy them . Bill brothers arc handsome—Uv tn\ ]the 19-jear-old one for oin scerc sorrow alonj \\iil\ all tlic ct'lt girls who' saw him Su 'and .Bill have gone to Dallas fr, "a brief \K\i In Ihe loiclj hv,nic o come relative who loaned \hen the hou-,c and Ils fc a honejmoon ftlnle tlicj (ire \is jting elsewhere . Ihe onlj thtiif -thing sad about the wedding 1: ^that Sue is moving away. Talk of "away" .reminds us .Wcnp with the post card?, thai •the .Hermans are now In Sa'r ^Francltco, cnroute to Los Angcle? Celilc. Joyiier and her children are \iewing again the oil -wells in OUalioma Marjo• rie Warren had a gay lime wlier. ^Dr. and Mrs. Johnson took ho en their lively Inp tniov^h the ; East nnd Canada, ...:„Jlie Ernest Hassans liad to come homi early because of business t and «<• \Vrill complete their vacattoi, viitt a trip to the Dallas Centennial toon . . Hush and Martha iWhitsitt nre bick from a honey- mcon In New Orleans and other points and Martha Is belnij- feted steaks seem (o be the only quick cooking incuts, but conskierallon reveals a :wider choice. Liver,'cream, U eggs, 1-2 teaspoon salt, !cef tenderloin,' broiled irambvii'g-i i-U teaspoon pcpeiy few grains jr. thinly sliced veal and smoked onion seasoning, i-a teaspoon eel- link sausages/ jmik tenderloin,' cry salt, l-'i Inblesiwoii Worcester- pork products'that .can be pan- shire sauce. '' broiled are Mill quickly prepared. Kish fur Hasty Meals Fish, loo, packed nnd shipped is [t is nowadays, can be cooked with practically •• no ' preliminary preparations. Oysters, in their season, nre a standby for last- mlnule dinners. Slewed,.scalloped, creamed on toast, cu brochctte, oakcd with macaroni and musli- rooms, or done ns pigs' In blankets •— they arc. always delicious ADC!,' with the exception of the mncnroul mixture, may bo prepared and cooked in 30 minutes or less. Small fish, lisli steaks, alid 111- 'cls of lish may be baked, pan fried or /deep-fat oroitcd 01- broiled in a broiler in fried, pan- eggs sllghlly and add cream. Cook In double boiler you would soft, custard or cook and constantly over a low lire for five minutes or until llic mixture thickens. Fold In flaked and add. seasonings and let stand 'over hot, but not boiling water until (lie whole is very hot Drop frdm spoon onto hot plattci and garnish witli parsley and a (lash of paprika. Scouts Will .Resume Tonigh Troop .as of" the' local Ho' resume lliclr : meet' Scouts he minimum of time. First courses for quick dinners ire easy. Soups need only reheating and seasoning. Vegetable juice cocktails come in bottles ready to be served. Remember, though, lo put Ihc bolilc in -he refrigerator in the morning a insure a well-chlllcrt coclail. Halves of grapefruit and fruit, cups make excellent appetizers, oo, and take little time. Easy to prepare vegetables are ings tonijhi, 7:30 o'clock at th Clnisliaii church hull -.vhen plan .will: be taken up for summer ac tivities. These will' to hikes, pic nlec and craft work, lo be' C ai ried out under Ihe direction c llic Junior assistant scout inasle W. Leon Smith jr. ; Dairies to Get Merit Plaques On Point Bas SAN Cal. . (UP)— Deout aime ,«„„,,„ f - „• , ," , — - "-i , . . — .sscntial for the quick <linncr-or ( treatments for dairy farms yon may rely ' on canned ones, at increasing contentment -aulillowcr, . Brussels sprouts and ranchers and consumers 5rakcrtili ui salt for 30 minutes be- .'o'rc rooking, do not lend tliem- ;clves lo hurry-up meals, but tomatoes anil carrots that can be business 'woman. "* cows, as wi are und the?, J. T. Stovall, who returned home after a two. days visit:with, his sons, W. H. and J. -T.> ^ ami' their families. ." . .= Billy Stovall luis returned from a two weeks: fvaealioii spent at Jackson,'' Mo. His mother, {Mrs. VV. H. Stovall; : motored lo Cape airardean, Mo., for a short ( stay and accompanied iiim iiomc' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthlng- n and"'•daughter, MLss Tliehnn, :e going to Utllo Rcck-Joday ir several weeks slay. • i Mrs. F. L. Engler arrivc<l home ntvmlay night from a week's ay In Breiiham, Texas, as guest her parents, Mr. and Mrs! W. . Brown, and in .Belleville, Tp\as, Hh lier sister, Mrs. M. I." JIcll- iiilh. and- Mr.. Hcllmuth. •-•• • — Mrs. James Hill returned Sat- rday from Shreveport, La., where ie spent a week. She ompanied on the trip by Mrs-P. Engler, who went on to Texasj- ncl to Greenville, Miss., by 'her llccc, Mrs. Leach, who, returned .ome after a visit here. HoLston Robinson is spending Ills week in Little Rock on busi- 10SS - : i' •*! I'll 111 Miss Idii LaRocco left Saturday light for her homc_ in Chicago after spending two" weeks wilh .Ilsscs Joy and Helen Phillips. Tlic Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Lali- ner and children, of El Ccntro, Calif., are here for a brief staj with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Langstoi ehroute to Georgia for a month's (he weekend here; Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, 'of Caruthcrsville," were in the city yesterday. : ' ,'/ ' Mrs. F. H. Aeloi) .and arc vistling iir Hnrdy.' Mrs. Maili'Ice James, of Car- FerncHflc,' near Uttle Hock, iithcrsville, is a patient at I Memphis Jiaptlsl liospilal. Sirs. Russell Phillips ami son, liisseil Jr., lijiyc gone lo Ridgelop, Tcnn.. lo spend.. tea days with Mrs. Phillips' mother. ' Mrs. Alma James, of Tnytl, 1 liccti admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Lillian Bixlcr, of Stcele, was taken to the St. Joseph's hospital. Memphis, yestcrdny. W. C. Barber, of Luxorti, is a patient at Ihe Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs, Dfti^hi Bowcn arc 1 spendinu (heir vac.ilioh al Hardy. •Miss Nell Harris,, Mi ; .;: i; AHiin Wallcn jintP Mrs. Pal c3'BryanL have returned from 'several clays visit in Hot Springs. •'-' '•' - where lie is'lo be life guard • nnd assistant recreation director at the stale Bapllsl camps for young people;, which will run consecutively through July and August. Miss Lillian Calicolt of Rives, Tcnn., who lias been attending State Teachers College at Memphis, is here for 11 visit with her sisler, Mrs. D. R. Wcrlz. Yott Wliltmorc of Litlle Rock U a business visllor here for several days. While here he is wilh Mrs. VVliltmore's parents, Mr. and Mis. A. F. Harham. The Rev. C. C. Burke ot'M'ari- aima conducted services at tile Episcopal church in Blylhevilie last nighl and also communion services tills morning. H 0 W as iv eucst lit Mrs. Emma Moore's ' home. Miss Marjorie Miller returned Saturday from a ten days visit ivllh her sister, Mary Ellis Miller, in Kennelt, Mo. Miss Blanche Cle'ere is the tuesl' of Senator Hallic Caraway . Jonesboro this v, r eck.. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Powell had ns Ihcir guests yesterday Mrs. Powell's brother and sister, Evelyn and Harold Smith, and a friend, Robert Farrell, of Jonesboro. . Miss Marquerite Pope entertained her bridge club at her hoiiic i-'alurday night. High score prize \vas won by Mrs. Joseph Gough. Mvs. Bob Kendilck' was n gnesl and was awarded second prize. Miss Ilallie Caldwcll of Jonesboro was a guest of Mrs. Harry Miller liLst week, returning home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Hurry Miller and daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Miller jr., and daughter, i'atsy, will leave tomorrow for ten days visit in i'ornm, Okln., wilh Mr. Miller's lalher and sisler, W. T. Miller Skaggs. Mrs. Eiizabelh A dealer who sold unsavory meat was pilloried,'and the rancid llesti burned in his face, during Elizabethan times. .' . " .'."'•"' yesterday morning and in Osceola The Morning After-Taking Carters Little Liver Pills Dee Brand insect Spray kills quicker lieciiusc it contains 47% nioie pyrelhrino—the most important killing ingredient. Highest ' 1 Quality—New Lower Price. Kill Arifs, wilh Bee Brand Insect Powder. Finer-ground — III o I c killing particles—killa 52 % quicker. McCorn Co.. Inc., 1W limore, tvld. Way here in a program snon er >n by Dairy Industries. of : San-DIci.. County. The plan w»s formulated with Hie with • partiK Earl Lyman with n variety of dressings or ns a department, A dairy must .for fruit and vegetable pi- ( at least n 00 per cerft 'rating i'!'..„,'. lcaltil .'department" before MALARIA Speedy Relief of Chills and Fever Don't let Mnl.irin (car you apatl with its racking ciiilis and burning fever. Tiusl to no home-made or mere makeshift rein. <dics. Take the mctltcinc prepared cint. rj^ily tor Malaria-Grove's Tastcfca CMlTomc. , : . G rove's Tas tcl ess Ch ill TonU give re lelicf from Malatia. because it's a Kic tific combin.ition ol tasteless quininr cint tonic iron. Tlie quinine kills ttie Malaria infcclion in the blood. Tlic iron build up Ihe syslcm and helps f.o»Jify ag.iin^ further attack. At lhc first sign of no. attack of Malaria take Grove's Tastclci Chill Tonic. Hctter ftili fake it rejjularl during the Malaria season to r;nrd off: the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is absolutely harmless anil tastes good 1 . Giovc's TasteieH Chill Tonic nw comes in two sitC5, SOc and $1. The $1 size contains VA Ones as much as the 50c | '''": and gives you 25% more for yo'jr j ney. Gel bottle todayat anydrugstorc. nds. Gelatin .Is Time-Saver If you have n little time in .... morning you can ^slip, a ' gelaim „„, _alad in the. refrigerator nnd-by I entrance to Ml,* ifmn ,•„ ^.., - » i_ .. 1 r . . . i-cmatked they said they Aerc gc- Hevr;Orleans but, he th)n!:i they went "up In the air • Jessie.Srile, ; Mabel Hogaii and Era Wright didn't liave an t.ccidcnt this year Uo our knoMcd^c) aid spent a delightful vacation el the Dallas Centennial and No* Or- Wie Randolph t>'nilhs, he time you wanl : it -for dinner. .1 will be chilled 1 nnd 'firm'. : • I If greens' arc. kept : wnslic<i :> 'and : inspcd und salad dressing made. '"tic time i 3 needed to mafcc a . Always wash, drain and Inlo an nir-tlght container ;ni>«gh salad crccns for several ncals. 'fhis insntres crlcpness and Jrevciits thin dreisincs and wa- tei-y salads. ' ' (qualifying- fo,- llieA'cissslflcallon. Ihe D.ilry : 0 f Merit," ,nfU*" which II Hin 15- awarded a placiue' to• murfe the -by entrance to the farm'' • '..' Points dairies s FOR YOUR FAMILYS SAKE INSIST ON BOTH. SAFETY-STEEL BODY Built lik-c a modern railroiid coacli.lhc bi^,l>can(!fiil Plymnulh body is BlecL..Snfely-Stccl...reinforced with steel.- It's bolted totlic cmr fritme both horizontnlly nnd vertically, virtually forming n single unit... safest and (juiciest motor-car boJy construction any price field] DOUBLE-ACTION HYDRAULIC BRAKES /;f]»llydrjiilic ltr:ikc.s do not depend upon jerky, "wrapping" tic- lion ni tlic vvliL-cIs (as in leil-liandpicture).'.. but cxerl c(]unl braking pressure tiiroiijlli ejchbr:ilces]>oc(inilic -liund picture). considered in Judging -.the re fences, buildings,- weeds, ; Minis, corral?.' roads,- landscaping •»na nmmals. The "animals" - point ' legards loose pigs, chickens or' put desserts arc more woblem. Simple "puddings, : rjti!ck- leans Ear) BucUcjT and Perry Rotlirock are nshhig ip near Hardy tor n few days _%hlle Ihelr friend 1 ! irelt tack at home . '. . Uiba hoS gone to Nen York Ui visii her mother but sajs slie Is coming back home if it Is hot thcie Among the nice things we've heard. - "Angel" Pnde-\vas given a grand .birthday party 'tother night fcy 4 h!s scn-ln-law, Oliver Ccppcdge, who'furnished hot dogs to the cro»d '. .' . Bobbie Culli- Seme of the "un-niro" thii>-s Jon made a* good "Injun" o-i thai >c\c lizard tl at eroccrirs arc pcny Julj Kourth—It-used* to be oina ujv-that summer is jvst r.r- ' chlldrttu,of v ^re-ScliOOl' ac,e but! «.inc and that, ^;c,,will ,hays ; o' k BOffirj'Hono tntaifcfccQ y it'i 'was now I e^st. IATX more. rriontiiS'-bf^ltiit clilldreii of *pre.-pool" fl gc sired veather—that one of the town's of th.e four-year-olds ha^eilcesl families may move a'.vay. 'Clused to inhabit tlic watlir.» \;m\ fter colng in lh c swimming poo! -J. U. WlilU-Brth-s bride' is mos' ittractlve—Elizabeth (Mrs R«- wrl) Cralton has Ihc lovelie--; rack yard with Leautilttl ilowcrs vliicli she,'grew, all by lu-r *-\\, ORDERS TAKEN FOR • ; "BERNAT'' i YARN INSTRUCTIONS TREE !' ' Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 'Chlckssawba ,, . - Phono 793 ONLY PLYMOUTH .0.1 is s rounds for . demerits. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFV~ ''Oil-. KliNT furnishec! Apaitmcnt, 106 W. Ken- lucky. Phone 663.- '21p k28 1 UU, DKI.1CATESSEN MNE Cheeses for Hll tastes Cold Menls or any kind *ui', 11 Ju lcc A: Ginger. Ale STltSH YAMD EGGS DAILY 1'ICKAKD'S GUO. i MEAT MAKKET Plinnc 673— We Deliver MANI,BY. TOURS »»>. leu Hold, Mrmu'lib All lixjictisc Tours to Dallas each Sol., $23.00 Mrs. K.'.V Teaford L ; Osrcola, Ark. rhonc 101 FACTORY TRAINED 'RADIO Now available for repairs w\ all makes of radius. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. See why you get More for your Money / Y ou'up. NATURAI,[;Y ; GOING Eafcty a big point, in your rW car. So circiilalion tliat save oil and lengthen engine life. Check the adjoining list. note this fact: Plymouth gives you both :\ On room...riding comfort...smartness Safety-Step! Body... and doublc-udion - inside and out., .and c.'iscof handling... Hydraulic Brakes. And it's the only one you'll find Plymouth h;u just .13 big :i lead of "All Three" low-priced cars that docs! over oilier lo\v-j>riced cars. When you compare I hem on economy, Compare "All Three" before you tony. fJnf lliK inn^t fr»r T-^MI^ .>,ii • .' ".r_j.. NO OTHER LOW-PRICED CAR HAS ALLTHESE FEATURES Pnlcnlcil IMo.ilinjtl'bwcrKngiric Mountings... OlliliratcJ Ignition.'.'.I'-ull-Lciitlli\Vaicr Jacli- cls...l)itcctionil ^'atcr Circulation...Itatanccd ^ciglil jind It^lnnecii Spring Action...Greatest Tnlnl^thol Springs... Ivnsicsl Steering (IR2-lr;nif))...iiii;iicstCompfcssioti—YclUsca Hcfulnr (;as!...l : oiir I'iston Kings ( of ihrcc). ..I'oiir Main lic.irinf Crankshaft... Kust- I'roolcJUoJy.i'cndcrs. 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