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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 3, 1931
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PACE TWO BIYTIIEVILLE, '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1031 Last Spring Ensemble Can Be Made Over Into the Coming Season's Smartest Mode Society Calendar ' Ji Wednesday '.; Mrs.-Hubert. Potter is having the- 'Matinee Bridge club. . Tho Delphlans arc meeting at the -Hotel Noble with Mrs. 0, W. Mc' Cutchen as leader. • Mrs. E. C. PHtton is having the Wednesday Bridge dub. Thursday '•• The Young Matrons club is meet' Ing wilh Mrs. W. P. Vcazey jr. ' • • .Mrs. Ross D. Hughes will have ••the Thursday Luncheon club. " Tho Jewish Ladles Aid society Is 'meeting with Mrs. Jock Appleb.iimi '•with Mrs. Sam Hourman also host- "CiS. The Mid-Week dub k meeting With Mrs. B. A, Lynch. Miss Margaret Men-lit will present her piano pupils and Mrs. lovia Casey, her violin pupils in a recital ai tho. high school auditorium beginning nt 1:30 o'clock. Friday ThS American Legion Auxiliary .will meet at the homi- of Mrs. G, c;. -Caudill with Mn. W. C. Iliggln- son also ho-lcis. MILS Ola Ucb Han-Is is presenting her dancing clas^ pupils in a recital at tho high school auditorium. Saturday There will be a story hour at the Blyhcvllle library at 10:30 o'clock. 'ELOWIPA KIOvr-L BtOUSE IM CUAPTCtUSt CREPE- VJITH OF-ALGtRlAMRtO, llE- MIUTAfJy lOGWMG SlOOOE 6E1O-W ISOFWHITt 'TUCKS. THE-1 EFT ISAWHITCWOOL LACE-BlOUSitWIIH - - BMOS AMD BUTTOUSOf SRiGHT RE-DV/OOLCSEPt. Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. William O. PotHr. ol New York city, announce uie birth of a son this morning, llw baby, who weighed nine, and a half pounds, has been named William O.! Potter. II. The mother, who was before her marriage Miss Anne Stevens, and the baby are at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens. Boura Has Luncheon. The executive board of the Woman's Auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. Roy Walton yesterday for a luncheon meeting". The 12 present, Including all the officers, circle chairman and secretaries of causes except three, enjoyed an appetizing menu at 1 o'clock. Later, reports made up the business session. * * * Man Business Meeting. Mrs. B. N. Ware jr., was leader of the devotional for the Woman's Missionary . society of the First Methodist church Monday aiter- noon In Its business session. She used the filth chapter of Matthew and Mrs.- W. I. Denton offered prayer.. '- -.-».-- ': : Tiie pre-En.ster services were discussed by the"Rev/P. Q.-lcoric.'pns- tor, and Mrs. J. E. Critz gave a talk'on- the pledges' of the soelely The members were urged to remember tho missionary conference, in Memphis March'12-17 and the OEM(J(?t BlOUStATTft£-RlGHT MR. reMfo Tllcore Irtt in the stiirly. Mesdauies W. M. McFnrland, Clint bunlap, Ruby Holt, E. Z. Ncwsom Bits of News Mostly' Personal T THE- tEFT ISA PERT BU3USEC? OPALIWf VE110W CREPt WITH A TIE- COtLAR. TFJlPEO CREPE IVJ ALGERIAN COlOftS idAKES 1 TiJE- TAILORED Mv. and Mrs. L .L. Ward, have had as their p.ucsls lor tho pas', several days, Dr and Mrs. W. K. Brewer mid son, Billy, of Wynne,! wim formerly lived here, ana Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Thompson and daughter, of Memphis. Mr. '.Hid Mrs. H. O. Partlow hav-;i purchased the California bungalow] at 300 Kentucky, owned by Mrs. Ell i Driver of Osceola, and moved Ihi-i'o' yesterday. B. F. nrogdcn, who lias been ul- Ifiullng Die University of Tennessee Junior college at Martin, tc- tnrncd homo yesterday. Miss El.slc Oakcs hid as her liauscRiwsl last week George Ropp. of Chicago. He left, today. Mrs. If. E. Ncblell. of Tnpc-lo, Miss., (s the Kuest of her daughter. Mrs.'H. a. Parllow, and family this week. Mr. Nebletl will motor up for htr Bunday. Mrs. J. Lonir. Cherry went lo Little Rock today for a visit. Mrs. John Gcller and daughter. Miss Annie, left for (heir home in Toledo, O., today after a month's slay with Mrs. Culler's daughter. Mrs. J. A. Taschner. They'wore j called here by the death of .Mr. Taschner. ' Mrs. Madge Rogers and two daughters, Margaret and Julia, :.f Memphis, were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Ross D. Hughes for the woek-ciKl. The Rev. W. Moore Scott, ol Little Rock, who spent the weekend in the city, lias gone to Joncsboro. Mrs. Paul H. noscnthal and sou. Janl. Jr., have returned from SI. Louis where ihey visited relatives j for a week. Mr. Rosenthal we:;'. up for them. Earl KOOIUK, of Springfield,- Mo., spent the week-end with Mvs. Koontz who is here for an cxtetul- Ing a no tnun]> ciee:arallcn, Is of (ar greater iinnoratnco than when defending a suit call. The generally accepted principla hi.. leading against an uncontested no trump declaration Is to open the fourth highest caul of your longest and strongest suit, However, there is one exception universally recognized — v: h c n your longest and strongest suft has three honors, lead the top of the connecting honors Instead of i youi' fourth highest card. From K-J-10-5-1 lead the jack, the top of connecting honors, liislead of the five, the fourth hlghesl. you will note, however, in tl:c above hand that the jack of diamonds is opened instead of tho cteht, notwithstanding thsre are only two honors, the jack and tin- ten. This is the only instant that tho nine is considered tin honor ,nnd consequently Ihu Jack (headed by tiie J-10-0). and nol the eight, is the proi>:i opening card. ntdarer wins ihc ItiV- trick v.ith the diamond ate ".ml furlh- with returns his club quern hi an effori to unblock and set his clnbj befc-re his valuable cnU';' card, the ace of heait.s, !.•; dr;i\vn. Tho ] average pbyrr in West's position I would win the club load wilh 111,' and return his pai'lnrr's lead v.-ilh the tern- ul ciiainoiids and Ihiis hope to .save the giituo. j But the safer policy fur Wcsi/ is to immcd:ati'ty play his pOiM- blc winning king of hcirtr. in older to prevent dummy'-., chibi from bL'lr." established. A dose study of the situation immediately reveals that it instead of returning his pai-lner'-. lead lie. plays the king of heai;s>, dummy will be obliged to take it v.ith his ace. II declarer remains obstinate and refuses, ii will make no difference as West will continue the suit and force out the ace. West is now en.itled to prevent .dummy's clubs from being run by refusing to Your last year's ensemble can be made to bloom ttis spring either r.s this chic street fro=k (left) with skirt lowered by yoke and widened by panel; or as this smart little suit, with pephirn jacket and skirt lowered with inset at knee height. nv MRS. ANNETTE GliTIl Writlcn for NE.V Service You do wonders making over] the front and let in a three to cut the dress at the waistline. TOJ to get ono and a quarter of new lower the skirt, slash it right down plaid or polka dotted silk you can hist year's clothes if you use your I four inch panel of material that imagination a littto. | yon can piece out from. the coat. . . This spring is ideal for remodel- j Tb?n attach this lowered skirt to ing old^f recks and ensembles anclj a yoke you get out of the coat a! pattern that you know fits you. [ „ - — — ..„.., j.... e ^ k „,.„ „, t , lt ^m. ll .^ JVl eJ visit with her mother, Mrs.jiwlts. New styles are so varied] cutting it by some other dress or E. Elle: Russell PI: from a business Mrs. Elton W.: Kirby mid Margaret Mahan are spending several days. They will return Thins-1 day. U-.c second round of ace. clubs with tho have a blouse brand new to set up your o!d suit. The Deichappelles ccup is an eflcrt la make partner's quscn of hearts good by leading his kinj to remove a dangerous r.ce. On this deal the coup is unsuccessful hi establishing a card tor iianncr. , Revamping Methods Are Varied ! But it does win a trick by i:inov- Other ways of re-making last j in; dummy's oce. y.?.ir's ensemble include the short- Without the coup, declare!sleeved Ittle jacket or the sleeveless one, which gives you nia(.?rlal M. Bryun, and daughter, Miss I that you are sure (a f,:e somelhin Ml. 1n;>t wH1 E've you ideas for utilii-| You can finish the back piecing of i for making a yoke" for" a cfrcuYar liillips has returns! m E wiiat you have by changing it: this skirt yoke by using buttons for j skirt if it happened to be circular icss-trip to St. Louisa little. There is added stress laid! ornament. You can make a s ( rai»ht!ine lack— - •- • • on the individuality of yotn-clothes Take ihj coat sleeves and set let of the long coat of le't vear I this which capitalizes your j own efforts. And last but not I least, the "dressmaker' touch ndds clothing, for others. Interesting activities include the care of a needy family permanently, the furnishing of a class room, contributions to the church. Sunday school and benevolent causes. These, officers were elected for the] Mr. anil Mrs. W. B. Tanner and Mrs. HOST. D. Hushes spent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. Finley CartwrlRhl and children, of Osceola, were visitors In the., city yesterday afternoon. Mrs/.E.; W. Terry spent Monday chic to things, rather than dctacts from them, now. Besides all of these fashion, points, tho new vogue for using Hospital Notes Mrs. Taylor Jackson nr.-.l baby, then into the frock 1 . They may, and toll it In and biouse li for i city, were dismissed from the Bly- Eccre four odd. With the c:up lie can, score no more than tlii'^c cdii. have to be made tomewhal smaller j a change. i tneville. hospital today. but re-seaming them will do till?> If ihe sleeves of your ensemble] easily. This gives you the trim coat are worn out, you can make type of spring dress that nobody | eibow ftounctfe to cow should be without And it costs nothing but a little time. In - Memphis. Jhnmie Burns has returned from Union City, Tenn., where he has be™ employed. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. C. W. Alfllck are in Memphis luday. tvrn materials in a given costume, | A second effective way to make 01- even three, anil several colors I over las', year's long coated cnsem- instcaci of just one, allows you all j ble is to make a spring fhorl pc-k- thc fr.?cdom for your ingenuity e t suit of it. especially good if il is and individual tar.e. ^ f Get Out Your Ensemble! First cf all, I think we should consider ur.yr, and means of re- dating the ensemli!,?, for I suspect move ensembles hanging there silk ensemble .though also good for woolens. Cut the ccat off at til? waistline and fit it slightly to the fijure at the under-arm seams and at the back. Then cut a pep- up the ,H/7»Ji '" "» patched places you have had to[ mend there. And If the skirt of' your last year's ensemb!-; happened to be p'.eaicti. you can. let out a pleat or two, or make ihem^all a little smaller and gst crio'ugh-i'.idth ta drop ihe waistline to the hip hipline and from theie up uso either another di£?£s or some cou- trastiij; new material to make one of ihe stylish two-material frocks. These arc practical ways of re- Skiu Aye annual conference April 7-11. in Jonesboro Lake , week opened ast-. evening wilh a In'ncxt Monday there will be a group of members called "The The conference In session nl the [new church year: Mrs. Rives Allen, ike Street Methodist church this re-elected president; Miss Ernestine social and program meeting with Mesdames Ollle Foster, F. E. Warren, p. p. Carter and Dozia Mick as hostesses. « * * India. Studied. India was the subject of an interesting program given at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society in the First Christian church Monday afternoon at' ihe home of Mrs. W. T. Barnctt. Mrs. M. Fitzsiiinnons, as leader, gave a geographical sketch of India. The work of two missionaries, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potce. who recently returned to that country after their second furlough hero was related by Mrs. F. 13. Winford. Mrs. Potee, who with her husband Paragould Conference" In charge. Bert Mayo was the presiding elder. R:ports of Teachers, officers and pastors supplemented with famil- made an appropriate will I.' !he prtslrt- ins elder for this evening's program to which the public is cordi ally nvitccl. iar EOUBS, program- Ed! Osceo/a Society—Personal i» Holland, vice president; Mrs. Fred. Sandefur, secretary; Mrs. Louis Greene, re-elected treasurer; Mrs. Samuel p. Norris. historian. It was voted to continue projects and to compile a permanent iiistoiy ul Ilia class lo be displayed j R Nichols was host-^s to in its new room. ' -' Tho hostr=s served a' sai;\d cours v/llh tea to the 18 present. I To Attend Dance. I Mi—,es Florence iVrlan, Pauline members of the Christian Workers entertaining wilh a innc.-.con ut her home here yesterday. Members brought their sewing am! cn- joycrt a social meeting before lunch was served, at noon and beginning _ _ .urn frcm the tail of the coat you „ ..... .....^ „,., „, J<; in Mosels Icday than any other have cut off. The coals of las'. I vamping last year's wardrobe sail IJT« of apparel. The ways you | yoar wore wide e-,ugh lo allow you! v.-ill march wilh authority in this can make them over are icgion. j to fasten [his new-PEplum jacket.!I vear's fashion parade. If" you use Only ycur imagination holds you : From (he lowr edge of the coat's j imagination as ivell as nccdl" Protect your skin with (his nov;^ wcnckrful Face Powder and lee MELLO-GLO give you..t.hat youthful bloom. Made by a hew French procer^—slays on longer, prevents large pores, beautifies your complexion. Does not irritats the skin or give a pasty look. Purest faci and you'll love it. Kirby D:ua Co. -Adv. 7 back. First oi these, let's consider the I be j tail, cut an insert for the skirl, to thread, scissors and thimble, in at knee length, if your you n:!.y surprise yourself at how rcal- en-embV? made with the one-piece j tkirt flared enough, or to be put 1 ]y chic your made-overs become frock, sleeveless, and the coat made ! on Ihe bo'.lom if it didn't. This of (he same material. Tiie skirt Is i gives you the needed length. short, the frock should have some I This can be used as a peat little kind of sleeves. Why not make it; ccat rirtss. with collars and cuffs, into a siimnir.3 street frock; for', Or you can branch out into a var- early^ spring wear, especially if it is I iety of styles cf blouses, using up i having hail tome real artistic ex- 1 oilier o:d materials for them, dy-1 pression. All of this makes re- one way lo do it: Rip or [ing if r.e-cessary. Or if you wan'.; modelling woriit-whi'e. And yen will be. delighted with the lilt remodeling gives ycu. For, alons with the satisfaction of see- in? a lovely garment ready to wear, there is ihe satisfaction oi This is LjRoy presided In session .when rci»crts of oi fleers and committee chairmen were giv- is sent out by Memphis churches, I • is a childhood friend of Mrs. Geo. I Have Special W. Barnaul. Tlic activities ol the I Prayer Sen ice Christian church in India were dls- [ cussed by Mrs. C. v. Ssba-jjii. In remembering the customs o; this land an Indian dinner was served in (ha native style wilh ihe guests seated on the floor by tlic In taking up the first of lhr?c special services for Ihe annual week of prayer fcr slate missions Mrs. Marion Williams was leader of the woman's missionary union for the First Baptist church Mon- of Osccola. attend the Furium dance in Cape Giral-dean lonlghl. * • * I'.irty I'ostponcil. UccaUiO of the death of Mrs. Ethel M. Wilson the rook party planned by Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and Mrs. Hoss Stevens for this afternoon has been postponed. RESOLUTIONS with a short devotional service and Mrs. Geovce Dickerson led tho lesson from the mission study co'.irsc on India. A map lalk illustr.itmg the location 01 imiXH'tunl mis--ion blations in India was given by Mrs. Frank Conway. Mrs. E. L. Richards gave a ivna- hii'. "Call the Doctor," and Mvs. Alder a .reading, "In Coiivemlon Assembled," and Mrs. Dickerson ! read an interesting article by Will I Durant called "The Molhcr ol Mvs __ | tcrier," dealini; with custn::-.., in The Business and ] llldla - hoslcsses, Mesdames W. T. Bar- day afternoon at Ihc chinch, nett, E. K. Lsiimer and F. D. I After reading from the first Smith - | chapter of Neliemiah Mrs.Williams Mrs. L. L. Ward confided (!ie I announced lalks by Mr-sdaiiics C. devotional which preceded the pro- | W. Afllick. Iva Crawford. }tcrschel gram, v ... Smart. r,;id Matt Moniishan jr. For the business session Mrs. Ward, vice prcsklent, was in charge. S sI ter Vr mek dl of USS nr 1 av f pr "if. P ™" i ^'voiCD number "My Task" by the' Business "and Professional Wn-[ Mi^in'.iary society yesterday uitcv- praier. "f™"-'j Mrv pilH , L . Tiptop., accompanied! men's cUib and from the county, noon. Mrs. W._L. Segal's was leader. • Mrs. J. T .Hall, and praycis by 1 the executive sccrelnry lo -1 Cro. 1 ^, the Mother, member A Series (if llnfflinsr ilaiids- Mxrirrts 1'lav Tlu'm ARTICLE XO. Ufi IIV EmVAKI) C. WOT.I'i: Memlwr of tlir S'nlimial Clinm- jiinn^lii|i Auclimi Ti-.un Thh is llic second of a series j of 20 pre-arranged hands re-i ccully played by Cleveland bridge | experls to test their !.kill in the play of difficult hands. ble trick may result In ihe later saving of two or more tricks. Obviously, ihe problem for to- I day presents no bidding cotnpli- i calicns. North, the dealer, opcni and closer 111', auction v.-ilh a bid Hand No. 2 presents an exam- of ™'~ no t r »m|). leads the plo of muisually clever defense to J ack ol d'amonth. il-.ough a few forwtall the declarer from mak- i |la >' crs »»Sht vcutuve forth wilh There dealt \v.!h problems confronting the mountain schools of 1 Wcimu's club, in .1 meeting lasi j Fifteen members were prr.-e:it at night, adopted the foilowins rc-EO-! U>e meeting, lulions: I . * * * Whereas, the all-a'.crciful Father j seventeen members attended the has touched with bis fingers and! ivsuiar busincis ' " : '-'~ '" Bible s'.iuly iafc«ii"rrom~lhc"haiiw circle. liomi":«luig of the Methodist Woman's -. prayer, showed that among the 20 memb-rs ' -Ko^^^lnT^,-^!^'- * ™' '"• J reports. Mrs. A. M. Wastani is' chairman of this group. Special praycvs were offered fo- Mrs. Elhel M. WJsan, Mrs Ruby Miller and J. Cecil Lowe. Rc;i and W. Bishop completed the projram. j ,,-oit unselllsh worker. Mrs. Ethel Similar services arc brir.B held, j[ogan Wilson. this nftcrr.rv.n nnd tomorrow 2:30 o'clock at the chiuch. Guild Has Ltnttn Scrricc of the St. Stephen at the horns BII j us Cherry yeslereiay i b"rsine'ss"."cssioi>~ivas dispensed will' at i': I1 ; c " s "V CCl h-«" s - of « hE dcal!l ot Mrs - Ellld served dainty re- M wllson a TOClnb or of this or- IMP irjMal v,^,,^' iiavc Dinner. Members of the Bu'-inen and Professional Wotnen's cli:b nicl at Ihc GofT Ho'.cl last evening for the monthly dinner. The uMial The frcshments which followed. « * Mountain Schools Theme of Program in tiie social hour Therefore, be- it resolved tint the c!ub expresses Its deep sorrow at her going, and its los-s of her r,d- vice an<l sympathy in nil its cr.- dcavovs. Bo it further resolved that the club icalizes Ihc lo.^s of a fi:cnd, who was always loyal '.o the and a member ot a sv. cet, sunny disposition in tlw coir.;: of Ktliel Hcgan Wilson. Thai ci:i be corn- ganization. Resolutions of sympathy were I live in hearts drawn up by a coivimi!tce oE Mis-I net to die." ! scs Cora. Leo Colcman Cora; Be it further resolved thai Mrs. K. P. Jacobs eiilcr(:iincd t!:c C.ihary Guild, woman's 0-5.111- izaticn nl the chn:vh. at Windovrr her co.iutry home sualh of Oscenla. yeslcril aflcriiocn. a Lctiten ?iudy which will be continued wit!> l?s- scns cacli Monday altrrnoon until Easter, was bcjun. Union l'.-_-:d the firs; .service inj their week's observance of the annual week of prayer for home', missions ynstcnlay. Tiie mretins' was held in tV: clmrrh tol'iowim; I nn all diiy meeting cf tin- MIJSISS- inpl Cfiiinty Baptist Weikc;-'s Council and a message was brought by WEST 5-7-53-2 K—K-37-5 D-4-3 C-A-X-4 maximum score. NC-RTI-;—CMUS DECLARER S-A-X-I H-Q-1-5-3 D—A-K-Q C-Q-5-3 While it SOUTH— DUMMY S—9-8-6 H—A-8 I>-7-6.5 C—J-10-7-W genciaily EAST 3—1-10. 4 H—10-42 0—MO' 9-3-2 C-9-8 conccdi;! their founli highesi, the eight. The oprning lead, when delciul- ACTS TV/O WAYS AT ONCC t:c a ;:eKjd rule against a lit byitri:i:i[) (icrlrration to return youri if tho pnrtnrr's cp-.-nlnj lead at the very! Rev. C. E. Welch, pastor o! church. ' firs', opportunity", tl'.rrc arc times Today's meeting hold in the! when it i<; imperative to der:"-; church and lead by Mrs. IT. II.I from icutinc practice by sviitch- extract a Ihc frcshmcnt.s weic the meeting. tcrvcd foliuAlnj Baldridgc and Mrs. Tern Jo'.-.cs. The Mountain schools of the! Baptist church was -the theme oil ... ti program givjn by the woman's Ofifticers Elcclctl. missionary union of tlic Second.: Annual reports of the Beta Chi Mrs. F. L. 1'hipps was I'.os' to •hc'.c No. 2 ot the rrcsby.orian forted by wovds cf Campbell "To j Ladies' Auxiliary yestcrdny aftcr- we !t,v,c behind Is no °" niul Circle No. 1 met a: the c«v.:i::ry licme c[ Mrs. 1!. A. Cro,_ mcr. lio'.ii chcks made plans for Biroks, \vill be followed by a ,MIC- ' in^ MK'.S in order lo cial meeting conducted by tlvj ^nluablc uilry card Sunbeam Band and Girls Auxiliary dummy. ! organizations under direclicn oti Oticn tiutnii-.y ha?, a long suit j Mrs. C- E. Welch and Mrs. J. S.| (declarer's great hope) which McCanl's in cciinrc:lon wilh the 1 may IK- e-slablis'ncd unless keen icgular weekly prayer service to-j lorcblsht on the part of an ativcr- morrow evening, and an all day i sai y llnov s a wrencli ir.lo the meeting Thursday at the home of I machinery. the mcml'ers o! the H-.isir.c 1 '! and Mrs. Ada Butler when the mor-1 ning service will I? lead by Mrs. Ida Tucker and th? altcr^on service by Mrs. M. L. Sumncrs, Miss Eliyaboth Dovie yi-E(crr;ay lo A At M Cullesc at i Jor;sboro, where she is atiendins Professional Women's cli:b csprsss I slolls to her family our .':nn-ie:-t sym-I ( ' ll l" wl-.cii member.'. Mil! take ilicir i palhy In their ids. ami ih.u a copy I huiclies to (lie c:t;n'.ry liuaie of c.iy btixly of fc,rci;n mis- | --^ nf(c , fprllrtln? , hc v ,-eek '" conducted nost Mou-! _ H , vi(h lwr taml]y h( ,, r . Miss Lavernc Cra-Afovri errivod A'.'fioi|.;ii tnt> adversely a'-- lc:"ptn-,[; this coup may no«ib!y i lo:^ a Irick by his valiant cllort. I nevenhcle^s it is v.orlh tlnsl tpcculation at times. It is also li:;c t!\\t any coutse involving the opening ol a "fresh" iuil is aiways lo be depreciated; yc; when it holds oat ;ome prcr,|:cct. j hov.c\;i- remote, cf savins tcv- ' vo!tcntny from Siircveport. La., to prayer for slate missions was re-1 by this group in the pasl 12 months. membereJ with Mrs. W. M. niay-l Besides increasing steadily Jock readng and commenting upon \ membership the- rla?s has given! the first chapter of N?homiah. Mrs. $175 in cash, through free will . — L. T. Ashcr offered prayer and' oifciiugs, besides contributio:is of|Read Courier News \V,MI'. A<1>. Cora Leo Co', Bernice C. Jcncs. Cora Leo B.ilatU:..^. Nora ar rnngemciits are not yet complete. follmvi'.ii; t!;o bufuu?M mu! il.-vo- ponding tht; arrival of Mrs. Ciaw- lic:nl s-'^rions. f c .-rt so;iu % tliv: to'day from Kingsville, Texas where she has been vis- Il:e 13np[i^'. Wi-;nuii5 M;^:u;iaiy' iting relatives. eral trick.>, is juHili.ible. II' succe^Itil, Ihe loss of Ellis pcssi-1 LIQUID OR TABLETS Cure Colds,'Headaches, Tcvi' 666 SALVE Cures Baby's Cold Everybody has it once in a u . hilc u may bc duo to a thousand ancKonc different causes. The 'way to euro a Headache is to find and remove tho cause. Suppose it takes days ov weeks to find tliu cause what will you do in the meantime? Continue to suffer? Why should you, wnen you can get They relieve quickly. Use them for muscular pains and functional pnnw even when these pains arc so severe that you thiiu you are suffering from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago. Get them at your Drug Store. 25 for 25 cents 125 for §1.00

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