The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, HAY 25, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Retiring Leader, Successor if Commencement Exercises Will Be Held At Baptist Church Thursday MANILA. Ark.—Scholastic activities of tills week mark the closing of Die pi'ospnt U'l'in ol school Pri- JVfuy '27. The grade school closed a tnoiuh HBO and Hie high school wiis continued for nn additional month, otieruuxl on tuition ha sis. The bnccnlaiu'Riite sermon was delivered at the MtlhodLsl church •r.unday night ul eieln o'clock by \ itie ttev. flurvey Gray, Baptist |jas-! tor from Colony. His .siibjm was "What Will Thou?" taken from Matthew 20:21. A special vocal solo was given by Miss Manila Mulliews who sa,ns "My Taj).". Hcglnald Foxx, talented young mnsiclan- of Mrs. W. Ciiii Green, played the processional music, j Blytlitville .Sclniljert's "Mj;rche Mllilntre On Wedne.sday evening the Commencement Friday Will Be Kirst Al l)yess| nttcmlcU UK- finii'iiil of Jack Ed- wnrds, held In l'oi>lnr llhiff, Mo., Srnidni 1 . ' Mr. imd Mrs. R. L. Morris will spend Friday at Kcelfoot lake-, Tlicy will tic guests of Ilii! Ifolliiiut PAGE THREE 1 iia-Mck-iH <limii» the. .school term now Jii-i nlois nnd -Seniors will give their! . l.ton Stafford HugciM Hood Hood, newly elected pre.sidnm of the Student Council ol high Kchool, will succeed Leon Stafford who has been closing. aniuial party in ihc high school 'imisium. Music will be furnished hy the high school music department. Mrs. Ada Uowcn Sanderson. K|jonsov of the Senior class and, (-..pu-p,,,™.,,,,,, P ,,,. ,,,,.. n iBlisli teacher in the school, will <^*U 1 IlEKSV U.LR. Mo., Maj, 25 give a party al her home Tuesday ~ J ' Ral "" Illlltlh »« o ". Pi'omiiienl nflenioon. The commencement exercises will be held nt the Baptist church Thursday evening tit 8:00 o'clock with the Seniors in charge. Their subject will be "Our School: Today Tomorrow and yesterday." It, ,is said that no speaker will be secured to deliver the formal ad- ] Caruthersville Has Congressional Candidate landowner and farmer of Cnruth- ersville and I'cmLscol county, has filed with the secretary of .stale for the office ol United states congressman from the 10th congressional District, on the Republican ticket to oppose Orville Zimmer- from dress to the graduates, hut i member of Ihe class will give | a ilmrl talk on the accepted si:b- jec-1. The talks will be under the direction of Miss Anna Belle Tluclkctd. D. B. Jolill, and Robert SliUIer. The program will be a.s follows: -Prelude, Miss Haley; Introduction of Class President, W. W. Fowler; Introduction of Seniors, Anna Belle Threlkeld; Our School or Yesterday, Anna Belle Tlirelkeld. chairman; solo, "Blue Are Her Eyes" Watts, Leonard McCain: Our School of Today, D. B. Jollill; quartette, "Strong Hearted Men" Romberg. Clifford King, Leonard McCain, Ot- Us McCain, ami Burl Williams; Our School of Tomorrow, Robert Statler; .solo, Rub) 1 Grimes; Presentation of Diplomas, C. W. Tipton; Recessional, "Grande March" Bellini. Eighteen members will receive diplomas this year, one of the largest groups In the history of They arc Bernice Evans, TJicVeile" Parks. ' Veda AtcDoijakl; Vallec Cook, Milcta Reed. Ruby Grimes, class reporter. Pauline Butler, Anna. Belle Threlkeld, class president, Douglas Lawson, Ottis • McCain, Leonard McCain, Robert .Statler. Billy Price, Junior Thompson, D. B. Oollilf, William Shock- man, Democratic incumbent Ketmett. Mr. Hutchinson. who owns considerable land in thLs section, and also in Arkansas, Iras for the past 12 .years engaged in farming pursuits almost exclusively. For a number of years, he was actively engaged in laiv practice here, and .served one term as prosecuting at- lorney of Pcmiscol County. He lias .served ns vice president of Ihe Missouri Young Republican Club, and as chahman of the Republican lOlh Congressional Committee. Ho is married, has one son, and lias resided in this county, about IS) To Begin Work June 1 On School At Burdette Work is (o start June 1 on n. new 12 iTOii) brick .school building to foe creeled at Bnrdetle, sis milo DYRSS, Ark., May ••>•».—T)n> By ess high .school will observe Us first, coniincuf enient FrUlny evening. May 27 in the high school nmllioilmn witli Floyd .Sharp, of Little Hook, president of liyess Colony, inc.. delivering the I'ommcncemi.'nl address. Mr. Sharp will speak on "Youth Faclni! the Winds of Ri-ullty". Theie nre ten ,sui<li>ni.s in lhi> crad- tiiuiiiB clnss, Dorrls OuraHt is president, nnd Kiihnnloi'iiui. Mah'ohn fJordy l.s vnlcdlclorlan. Olhi'r.s 111 I ho class «rc: 'Helen Holland. Mriry Rll/nlirlli Crawford, Mary lx>u Oarilncr, Cecil Kersey, Kv ther McKaskle, Hubert Mnlford, i Jewell Owen, nnd Elvis Wt;hb. | Virginia Krtmls will play the processional for the [jmiliinlliig | exercises. Th« invocutlon will te i idmi l)j' the Rev. Harvey Gray, j the Oyess glee club will sing two ' numbers. The presentation of awards will be made by J. K. Mc- Ciiilre, superintendent of schools | and sponsor of the senior clnss, : '1 he diplomas will be presented to j the graduates by E. S. Dudley, resident irfanager of the colony. The Rev. T. N. Threlkeld will pronounce the benediction. The bii['c;U:inre;ite sermon was delivered. Sunday night ul the high school by the fiev. H. I,ynn Wade, pastor of the First Methodist At the Hospitals Sheldon Hull, who Is 111 from an Illness which Is borderlmj on pneumonia, mis removed to Hie faculty in a plmlc ihey lire holdliiK Hli'llV*' 1 '!'' l">'.|>Hul yesterday In there iliat day. ' j a Cofob ainbnlanre and later lelurn- Umk Proctor is ill this week. I" 1 '<> his luune ut'ler X-ray ptcluiv.s Mrs. Kayi 1 .Slrourl, ncrompnnled I had been made. He Js resting wry hy Mrs. w. J, peek mid Mrs. Violet I well lod.iy al his home. New.som drove lo I'ojilar llhiff, Mu.,' A. W. Smedley. of llramiadoelo, Snliirday. Mrs. sjlrom! w«s culled »'"s iidinllled u> Ihe Wnlls lias-pllnl. (here by ihe death ot Jack Edwards. Mrs. Cody Kaum underwenl u She remained with Mrs. Kdwards lonsHccloiiiy linlny at the Walls mid Hie otliiir Hvo ladles returnrd ho.spllnl. Dial idieriKxin. | Harry Wood, ol Uolliind, was 1'e- Mi.s. Asnihii Wllks ha.s ns her moveil from the Walls hospltnl lo e» ilil.s week. Miss Kllle lltililcr I Jlls llumc yeslcrdiiy in 11 C»bli inn- of Join sljoio, Ark. hulani-e. (iertnnle McElvaln uml' Charles \Vanslei-. of Cooler, was i. Miss Martini, will leave ' <ll.sinl«s«| Iroin Uu< Walls hospltnl lor Greenville, Miss., where yesterday. l-'riday they will visit wllh friends diirlnis sonili of here. The new structure ' p|ull ' cl1 ° r lilytheville. Rev. I.yman is lo replace Ihe frame building now T - Ba'W Introduced Ihe speaker ..... ' ise, and will be on a site near lh" old building. The total cost of Die building, wliicli U to be a WPA: prbjcct, will T. and also sang "Calvary". Ho was accompanied at ihe piiino by Miss Mary Lou Gardner. The Rev. T. N. Threlkeld read the scripture lesson and three months ' " ml lccl ln prayer. The Uycss lime is expecl«J to be consumed cllll > ""'fr. "Send FVirtli the Light". in the coiulructton. It Ls planned I ' r " e Prccessional was played by LJ luuKO apijncauon .soon tor an-^| Mtss Virginia Kchol.s, other WPA appropriation, which ' May Day T'estivitles were held will include ihe erection of a home on Ihe green in the Ccnlei 1 , 1'Yiday. economics collage, lo be used in May 20. when Miss Mary Eliy.abelh connection wllh this school. Crawford, clmightcr of Mr, and L. H. Aulry is .supei'intendcnt of ' Mis. 11. H. Crawford, wa.s crowned Ihe schools al Burdelte district and queen of Hie May. All of the ele- tills school has 12 grades. There will be 10 WPA workmci on the job with Ji. this city, in charge. C. Holder, of Taylor Discuss Voting '__ j Women's Club Hears mentary schools with Ihe central school were represented In the pro- To Arrange For Fair Exhibits and Rest Camp Plans for participating Mississippi county fair next fall and arrangements for the annual rest camp, to be held sometime in July, will be made by members of Jesse Taylor, loeiil attorney, was the princiiial speaker at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club which met, ni the Hotel Noble Monday night ; ,. when Mrs. S. S. Sternherg also made an informal lalk. "The Privilege of Volins" was the -subject discussed by Mr. Tay- tlie cqtnil.y council- of home demonstration clubs at a special meeting Saturday- when the "farm women 'leaders \vill motor to Walcott park, near Paragouhl, for an all flay outing. The group, made np of officers of home demoivstrjuion chtbs In communities ot the county, will meet al Ihe Woman's elub in BlyUieville ley. vice president, General Mobley. | al 7:30 o'clock and go from there The class motto is "Not Finished — j lo Paragould. Just Begun." Class colors are rose j Mrs. O. R. Hertford of Ekron, ami pink, and (he flower is j president of the council, will prc- i° s( !. I side at the meeting, which is ex- Graduation this year will take ] peeled to be attended by 75 women. three basketball first team mem- } liers from the roll next year, William Shoekley, General J.tobley ami Junior Thompson. Billy Price, who has competed in several boxing exhibitions and two golden gloves tournaments during the past few years, will also receive his diploma. Pecan Grove News Mrs. Esther Springer was )ire- senled a quill by the Ladies' Missionary Band in honor of her work. The gift was pieced and quilled by f'thi- Band. i James Hanmi, of Promised Land, silent the weekend with Wwxlrow Wilson and L. Z. Koonce. The Rev. James Anderson, who has been visiting here for several weeks, we.nt lo Rogers, Ark.. Monday. He will return here Wednesday accompanied by his family, who plan to make their home here. The Rev. Percy Kay, of Mississippi, who is pastor of the Emmanuel Church, filled his appointment here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brooks, of Driver Grove, were visitors here .Sunday. i Farm Bureau Leaders ! Attend Augusta Meeting ] Lenclei-s of Coinmunily Form Bureaus in Mississippi county, accom- 'panied by agricultural agents, are in Augusta today for a district farm organization meeting at which the farm program is being ilUcusseu. D. S. Lautrip. county 1 agent stationed; here, and H. B. Richardson, assistant in the agricultural conservation p r o £ ra ni. headed the delegation from the north end of the comity, which included L. H, Atitry of Bimiette, j president of the county bureau; ' J. A. Hardin. vice president of the Dell group; M. I- Stiitls, president of the Lost Cane club; John Bearden, president of the club at Leachville, and Jim David, president of the Manila bureau. They were accompanied by a similar delegation from the southern district. lor. Mrs. Slernberg told of the Girls' Training school nt Little Rock. Quick Divorce Decrees Obtained By Two Here Quick divorce decree.? were obtained by E. H.' Southern in his suit against Syble Soulheiii and Mrs. Freddie Wright in her suit against 11. B. Wright, in chancery here. Southern, represented by Virgil Read Courier News Want Ads. Greene, charged desertion and Mrs. Wright, represented by Ed B. Cook, also alleged de.serlio) Mrs. Elbe! Lncile Uiii-son seeks a divorce from Marvin J. Lawson, alleging indignities. Mr. Cook Is licr attorney. Mrs. Mertis cblhreu asks for a divorce from Jimmie L. Cotliren. charging indignities. Her attorney is Claude P. Cooper. Soils "F'ounlaincers" Now DAYTON, O. (UPJ— Neatly uniformed youths behind Fountains here no longer can be referred to correctly as "soda jerkers." At a recent meeting of the Daytou Druggists' Association official action was taken (o have the dispensers known as "foimlainccrs." Toledo Cuts Auto Deaths TOLEDO till')—Fatal auto accidents in this city of ',100,000 were cut hi half during Ihc first quarter of ]9',18. There were only 10 fatalities in this period. S;ife - - Accurate Fowler Drug Co. Your Prescriplion Druggist Main * First Phone 141 LINDELL AT GRAMD BUY NOW AND SAVE! U. S. Offers You Three Great Tires 1. THR ROYAL MASTBK A Deluxe Premium Tire 2. THR U. S. ROYAL More New Cars come equipped with (his famous Tire Ilian with any other kind. 3. A NEW U. S. TIKE (Guard Standard). Yon \ v ill have to see this new tire to appreciate the rugged construction, the beauty, the extra mileage . . . and (he price Is so low you will be astonished. ALL THREE ARE BACKED BY THE NEW U. S L1FK- T1ME GUARANTEE (without limit as lo time or mileage). Ask us about it. Tills is National Tire Safety Monlli . . . Special prices ott complete sets. Station Never Closes TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Caruthersville Society — Personal Mrs. Crews Reynolds and daughter, jane crews, spoilt Wednesday In .Memphis. They mi:l Uii'lr itimxh- ter and sister, Miss Klhelimln Reynolds, who Is reluming from Randolph Miu'un College lo s|X'uil the, slimmer here. !•:. C. Pli'i'iii and Hurry Mnlliiiiri! SIN nt 'niesday eveniiiB In I'ltvii- lioulil. Ark., mii'iiilljijj in iHislne.vs matters. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. I,. 1'leree and family of Kemiell .spoil .Sunday 111 this t'iiy with his Ijrother, U, M. Pierce und family, (.ieiiiKI Urodi'iiclf. u student lit Ihe Kansas clly Scluxil of 1'har- niacy. arrived durhi" the weekend nnd Hill spend nvo wwk.s here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Hall of the Nimii.rr Eight rammumltv speni Monday afternoon with Mr. Hull's sisler, Mrs. w. C. 1'osey and lam- lly. who live near this city. Mrs. tiny Mlehle left Friday evening for Marshall. Mo., where she iviis the jruest of friends during Ihe weekend. Prom there she weui lo Kscelslor springs, Mo., where she will attend the Stnle I'. R. O. Lonveniion. Mrs. Miehie was appointed a delegate fiom Cliapter i^.Al 01 tin's city. Mrs. L. D. Kduerlon. who lias been ill for several weeks, l.s Improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. A. !'. Nelflml left Friday for New Orleans, Ul., for a two weeks vacation. They will stop nt |wlnl.s en route nnd visit ivlth iricnds. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenee Gardner of Blythevlllc, Ark., former residents of this clly,' have returned to make Iheir home here. Ix'Ster l)ms was dismissed irom the Walls hospital yesUTduy, Miss Irene Urii:;nii was dismissed from the Wnlls hospital yesterday. Miss 1-Mimlr Lucas wits .dismissed from [lie Walls liospilu! yeslerdny. Kile Hay was dlsmlssi-d from the Walls hospital yestordity, The liev. C. E. Hum, o; Cooler, is a putli'Ul nt (he Eye. Ear, Nose .mil Tinout hospital. lihiforil amllli. of Ciwilhersvlllf. luiK been ndinllled lo tile SI. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. K. U.' llryiin. «f Wllwin. Is u palleia at llio Memplils St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. C, },. Ni'eley, of C'«rii(hei p «- vllle. hus been luiinltleil to tlie HI, Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. II. K. Wilson, of Q»ri:nhi, Is u patient nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. Ilnll Hunis. of necrliijf, 1ms heon admitted to the Memphis Melho- dlsl hospital. (NE'/I), Socllon 31, Township I 15 North, Riiiiye D East, also known us Lot (I of snlil Section Township and Uaiiue; Lots 3 and 4, Hlock 2. Wllllford & Garrison Addition lo Hie Town of Manila; friieltonal Southeast Quarter ISIO',) South of River, Section !K, Township H Noiih, Kanije B Eust, nnd the Norlh Hull (N 1 -) ul the Northeast Quarter iNK'i) of Section 27, Township H North, Range U, ^ Or .so much thereof ns muy be required to secure the necessary funds- to pay the Imiculi' of Mild Kslati! unit Ihe cost of Ihe nil- ministration. Dated this [lie Will day of May, Illln. K. )•'. ALSTON. Administrator. 2S-1-H-I5 \VAHNlXd OHDIill IN Till-) CIlANCKItV COUHT OF TIIK CHICK ASA WDA DIH- TIWJT, MlH.Sl.S.HH'Pl COliKTY Kdlili Ilinslleld. Pliilntlll, vs. No. liUI] Charley lirasllHd, Delendiinl. Tlur defi'iidiinl, C'liHiley liinr,- flcW, is warned lo appear within thirty days in (he court nni'ned In Ihc caption hereof, nnd answer Ihc complaint of the plaintiff, Edith Dated this 4th day of May, J938. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk ' Vlrp.ll Greene, Ally, for pllf. ."iclll need, CKln. Ad-Ute;n. 4-11-18-20 Kverylhing for your enier tainment und comfort, Admission Mallnee l(Jc & z«« Ailniisslon Ntglit 10n & 3Go ROXY Admission always lOc & Me. Malliifcs Kill. & Sunday ht shows—HIIV Oiricn Opeii 7:00 p.m. Shows sturl 7:lfi p.m. 'I here are ano.iiMuimi families In Asia. ' Wumans Club Closes i Season wllh Luncheon The annual luncheon and final meeting of the season of Ihe \Vo- ttums Club was heiri at (he home of Mrs. A. B. Rhodes al noon Monday. Twenty-three members were present, following the luncheon a sliort program directed by Mrs, E. G. Roland was given. Miss Augusta Iligliam read Amy Lowells' "Pat- term". Mrs. Roland gnve a fitting tribute in memory of Ihe lale Mrs. Anna Seaman Lncey, long active in civic work and a charier member of the local Club. Mrs. Roland closed her talk with Joyce Kilmer's "Trees", the favorite ixxmi of Mrs. Lacey. During the business session til which Mrs. Louis Schult presided, reports from Ihe various officers and committee chairmen were heard. Mrs. Schult also appointed a number of committees. Following Ihe business session, .Mrs. Morrell DcReign gave a most interesting report of the 'lYicnnial meeting of the General Federation of Womens Clubs held in Kansas City during Ihe past two weeks, where she had charge of the exhibits of Missouri and the Information Bureau. The Club will resume activities early In September ami the first meeting will bs held with Mrs. S=hull. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peck, Mrs. Gertrude McElvain. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shade, Mrs. Maude Bragg, Mrs. Glen Vandivort., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Corbelt jr., Mrs. Sam Cornell and Mr, and Mrs. Sharon Pate Push House Building At CaruthersviHe CAUU'lllEHSVlLLE, Mo., May 25 -Several representatives of llu> Federal Housing Adinlnlslratton from the St. I-onls olllce are lo visit Cdruthersville Tuesday evening. May 31. for the purpose of liimich- Ing a new PHA program im:ler the recent amendments lo Hie National Housing Act. The mecltng will be held at 7:30 o'clock In the circuit court room of the court house. Among expected to be here are: J.-W. Kiiblmnn, •district PHA director; Ennos Krache, chief underwriter; C. l>. Caiilhorn, production innnayer; and Jnmes A. lislcs and Charles M. Ulcs, mortgage conference representatives. Architects, contractors, lumber dealers, and representallves of financial Institutions, newspapers mid utilities are particularly asked lo be. present, al which time a round t4ible discussion will be held, covering preparation of applications, financial arrangements and local activities. This is one of a scries of meetings lo be held over the stale, covering nil educational program to be launched under the new amendments. IN THE t'HOBATE COURT TOIl THH ClIICKASMVUA DISTRICT OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AH- KANKAS. IN THH MATTER OP TIIK ESTATE OP C'ljARA A. FOX, Deceased. E. P. A1.BTON. Admhllslrulor. NO'I'ICC. 01' I'HKKKNTATION PETITION ASKING I'KKMIS- S1ON TO SKU, ISKAI/ KMTATi: TO I'AY UUIVTS Ol- KSTATK Notice Is hereby given that Ihe unrtcrslunecl. E. P. Alslon. ns administrator of the Estate of Chirn A. Fox, deceased, will on tho nth day of June, I9'J8, present lo Ihe Honorable rrobale Court ills petition asking for permission mul authority to sell the following described real cslale: The Southwest Quarter <SW«) of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NEV1) and the Noilh Half <N',i) of the Noi(Invest Quarter (NWV1), Section 8, Township 14 North, Range 9 East; the fractional East Half IE',4) of the Southeast Quarter (SEIU Ihe Northeast Quarter PAL NIGHTS! Weds. -Thurs. Two Admitted' for Ilic IVIrif of 1 'EXTORTION' willi Scotl Dillon, Mary Itus- scll, Tlitirston Hull & Arthur I,off. ,loe ('nllefie Inrns sleuth tn (nip a Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. - Thurs. fOR A SLIGHT CASE OF HYSTERICS CD,., o ROBINSON .. WABHIB enos.- A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER* JANE BRYAN • ALLEN JENKINS RUTH DONNELLY • WILIARD fARKEK Also raralnuunt News, Carl )K(T Orchestra, and Comedy. 10n & ale. ' & Kile HEMORRHOIDS CtlRKD WITHOUT SUKGKRY & (JUARANTEED Safe und without hos]iltal care. All other rectal heated, tlssure, llslula, elc. We also freut fallen trail it cure skin cimccr hy special treatment. IWS. NTES & NIES Osleupatldc, I'liyslelniis I'linii'ts.Dlt-i DR. (WERT "UK MAKES 'EM SKK' Over ,1w Isaacs' Store ['hone 510 Bargains Every One 1934 Chevrolet If Ton Truck New paint, lone whcclhase, closed cab, dual wheels, stake body. Save on (his one 1933 Master Chevrolet Coach $132 5 goo<! tires, mofor A-l rontiilinn. Come by and drive (his one home. On!v 1930 DeSoto Fordor Sedan This Car Is Clean and Runs Good A Bargain at $76 PHILLIPS USED OAR LOT ROY CALVIN, Mgr. Lol Open Evenings Until 9 P.M. 51h & Walnut IM Open Evenings Until S f.M. Phone 810 Soy Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor, Moynar'd, Ark.— . In all our 60 years of married life, we never owned anything which gave us «s much pleasure us our In 60 years of m&rrfeii life you try mil a lot of filings in your home or on Ihe farm. Mr. anil Mrs. Taylor go on lo Bay: "Our Serrcl T-lcctrnlux Is very economical; nnd i(s fiilenl operation anil trouble free service are certainly welcome features. We heartily recommend Scrvfl Klcctrolux to all our rnnny friends. Farm homes caii'l af- fonl In he without one." ICECREAM EVERY DAY— PLENTY OF ICE CUBES—NO FOOD SPOILAGE Think of it! fee cream every day, if you like. Ice crbcB — twice as mnny ns the average family needs. Frozen desserts anil silails. Crisp, delicious vegetables—taste better, fresher, when they have facca chilled in your Servel Klectrnlux. And leftovers keep until needed — milk slays sweet—nn more spoilage, Fresh meat keeps for days. Servel Klectrolus is Ihe ONK automatic refrigerator which brings you all these blessings of modern city refrigeration, NO JIATTEK \VIIKI!K VOlf UVK. For Servel Klcctrolux runs oa kerosene (eoal oil) or gas. The kerosene model is the sanit Identical refrigerator used in one million cily homes today, except that a tiny kerosene flame lakes Ihe phcc of n liny gas flame. Requires mi water. No electricity. One filling of kerosene lasts a week. Light it once and forget it, PAYS FOR ITSELF IN ANY FARM HOME Serve! Klcclrolux pays for Itself in what H sores. In Ice hills. fn car clpense hauling let. In leftovers. In spoilage. Anil he- cause il hns NOT ONK SINGLE MOVING 1'AltTlo wear or cause (rouble, these savings go on, year after year. And year after year, it prntecls your family's health. Can any farm home affoni la be wilhoiil Servel ElcctroluxJ HERE'S WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS SAY MUS. KI.MO O'HOUKKB. Charleston, Mo. "f purch iitd • 10 cubic foot Srr.,1 Kl«- Irotux tor mr ilorc fn 1»3J: 10 gntltrinir wi) In Kiilci Ihil In 193S 1 parchtltd • l*COTld one. I kffp icv«r&1 hundred poutida of meat In rtfriztralorft A! ill llmM, alonK wllh istlk, cst>. *lr. ( hate ntv<r (i«J one prnny'i worth to apoil. The low WITH THE REFRICEIUTO* YOU HEAD ABOUT- BUTKEVtRHEAR ^ No Moving Poits to Wear ... to Causo Tcouble or CoslU Repaiis... •ft Silent—Now ond Foicvsr .... if No Elcciricifj' or Water Required ., * One Filling huts a Week ... ifc Tdormosfotic Control—Light It ond Forget II ... ^ Other Modeli liun on Nature) Goi . . . Bottfcd Gas ... Butane . . . * MRS. JERRY WHITE, Rb'lhcville, Ark. coil of op«mt1on of mf two Srrr«l Rlrc* -j^j- Strv«l Klrclrolu ptr>fi( 8 blt in.. mny farm }>an mtnt. 1 don'I see how MRS. J ; D. THORNTON, Darling, Miss.—"We have hatl our Servel Klectrolux 2 years, The coil ol oprrftlton Is 10 low we lint been kbit to mikr out paymenti »nd buy Ihe Vttoitnt for jujt K trifle more thin »e wtra ptrlni for k«l We >itte (rottn d»i«rli Tn » Iff hnnra* Hint, and an Kbundtnce of let cub*i. \V« hut col our troftrj bill confider«b(j- br uiCnc >iam* products lucTi «» miIV, butlrr, trflm, (QKII. »«•, »nd home butchtrfrd mtnts. wMch nt rould not kcrp on hind btfort. It h*i nol »U*n as one tnln- af**« (rooblt; h •» ilmplt * rMId f»n tend It. It wu m tcckj- dty for at whtn *• boorM car Sttre\ E^etroloKl" of deDtndaVlr. rro» namical service. K If Ihe c reattil help : hoattwife c»n hire, f FtxtA kccpi Indrlinitc^ Ir: "* nlway* hire pi en I/ of ke tnb And U li ju^t n efficient tnd*T " I dsf «« boagM It." REV. L. D. SELLERS, CarcolN ton, Miss.— "Like most large families in Hie country, we have to fount (hi c<ut and it* that nolhlur 1* waited. Thifl tthj we like our Servtl KleelrolQi. Ptrf«L refrigeration —plenty ol 1c« (utr*. frimn £t**nlt ID) « kttt *n<i po) the irhol« can:*** hi Ine EUttrolot •tid *.e mt It at n**JeJ. It hai ttwuji Lrpf prrfecllr*" HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Main & Fiflli Phone 233

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