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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar - MONDAY'S EVENTS Chclcs 1, 2, and 3,of the Woman's Auxiliary meeting at First Presbjterlau church, 3 1\M, followed by auxiliary meeting. , W. M U, first Baplht dim eh, having nrb'grain .at 'church; 2:30 P M Y. ^V. A. meeting First EatHlst cliurcli, 4 P. M. Junior G. A. meeting First Baptist church, 4'P. M Executive board Woman's M!ST Elonaiy Society, Firs,l Chilslian ehurch,'meeting at chiu-ch, 4 P.M TUESDAY'S;; EVENTS Iiitciniedmto." G A roccllng First Baptist'diurcli, 4 J'. M WEDNESDAY'S • EVENTS Sunbeams ^meeting First Baptist eliurch, 4 P. 'M THUHSnAY'S EVENTS Woman's, Missionary ' ''society, First Church:; .of • the . Naznrcnc, meeting at church'. French Taillcurs for Fall Are Fitted, Flared Ccmplimijiil Muililield Washburn Wllh .Dahc'c Mansfield \Vashburii, who Is leaving about September 1 for Boslon, where, he will live for a year, was guest .of honor at a tlaucjiij! party given last night by Margaiet Duianey, Russell r-ur n McKln Halsell and Lonjo Hiiaetl The; hut, was 'decorated in a jcllow and orchid coloi nuance incut \illli bouquets of mar'^olas petunias, golden glow and phlox r in the ball loom Hecculni with the hostess and hosts were Uic L guest of honoi and Mr. 'anil Mis * Duianey and Mi. and Mis Ru^cll Tarr. At Intermission Hie 100 i.uc'.t' went; to the Rustic Inn for refreshments. Included in the gueils were a number, from Osccola aiiaV Lctv n Mile. * * • Biollicrliooil Class • \ Plan-: Supper Meeting The Drollierliood of Ilic Fi st Baptist church will Imie a «uupu nieelhiE Mondaj nlsjht. to be fen tmcd with watermelon and speeches, accoiding'to J. o Kullcilon, •program icliiilrmaii.^;'^/ • During supper 'and u, e „, melon, which will ,be''scr\ed':<vs dessert, (here will'be ; sc\cril < five minute- talks and, liuisic numb'ois Hurry, Fritzlus will 1 speak on "hill Plans, for , the Sunday 5"hOyi,'' Ah in Huffman Jr, will speak on "Our B T. u. Pioginm, 1 ' W M Williams on 'Oin Church Finances" and Hit- Rev Alfred Oir- penter on The Church's Immediate Program" . Altcml'Familj KcJinioii Mrs A M R Branson and the family of.hei. 4011, -V & u man son, attended a reunion at the Ihc families of Helm uses smooth woolen iii black and while Prince of Wales check with a narrow green slrliic lo make a f'All cost. The exaggerated shoulders, lilted hiislliim.wllh fullness Introduced gradually from waistline (o hem, and the morm- ons, high collar arc new details. •\n early fall ensemble bv IiClniif; lias Haltering skirt Is straight, but loose, across (lie back and flared at the front, 11 Is worn with an unusual bolero Jacket and a printed blouse In grey anil blue on n red background. The li,it is of navy fell. aiid Mrs. W. 1 Leon Smith ' for Ihe week end. • 'nr'. and 'Mrs. Ijunlcr C. Sims and son, lluntor, have led .foi- n two-'weeks' motor I rip. They ai-e at LaOrange' and Moscow, Tcnn., for brief slays with rclnllvcs before going-to liilufclcy, Ark., lo visit Mr. ;and Mrs. Allcil llml- dlcslon.'''!" Tulliihih, La., where they ; wlll be guests of Mr. and Afrs. R. ft. Ware, and to New . Mr. and Mrs. n. J. Allen and nsp 1 'Jhnnilc an.l Berry. 1110 „ .*.i, 1Jlull m. u ,i v ..UIIL,,' uiiiiiiuu art.i ocrry, inn home of Mr. and Mrs John U:<- lorcd lo Hot Springs this aftcr- zeii at Pccnii Point 'Ihursdaj Tlie noon where ilioy will visit rda- annual affair was stalled four lives of-Mrs. Allen until Tues- 'iy. •/. Mr. and.Mrs. J. W. .Anderson. Albcrl. Kansas, are visiting jears ago Members or both Mr. and Mis Uz/eil at- c tended the all-day celebration. A number of them vrae from Mem- ihls There were GO present ' Mr Uizell is a brother of Mrs. A. M H Branson Have D;lcc A crowd of 15 couple? had a dance at Hie hut ^Wednesday night In honor of Mr and Mrs L B Piatt of scdalia, Mo, houscguesU; of Mr and Mrs. Robert Grimes. Late summer'flowers'were used to decorate the .bill room. Bits of News Mostly Personal their daughter. Mrs. Grimes, and .-Mr. o times, week. : - Mr. and Mis L V Wise and IaKffily have returned from'a vacation spent in Hardy and Chicago. Mrs. W. M. Taylor' has returned from Lexington, Tcnn, where she spent live weeks with Mrs. L B. Graddy, who was ill Mrs Graddy returned with her for a visit. Mack Clark,, of Bassett^ is n patient at the Memphis, LJD, Ear, Nose and Throat hospllal. Mrs. Milton H. Allenben; and daughter, Ann, of Memphis, arrived jesterday sftcrnoon to visit her father, B H Levy, until tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs Charles Cngger jr, nnd son, Charles, were lu Memphis jesterday. ... : Robert Smail, of, Richmond Va, will arme this weekend to visit iclalhes here Upon I.K return in three weeks he wilt be accompanied by Mrs Small *anc Eon, Bobbie, who came cevera -weeks ago Mrs Byron Bartholomew ,ind children ha.e r returned to tbei home in Memphis after a visit with Mrs. Bartholomews parents Mr. and Mrs W. s Langdon. Mi. and Mrs 'Joe P. Pnde jr who have been heie aoout six M,c-i t «ceks, have been transferred to before Paragould Mr. Pride is will, In V.^ S Engmcere, Memnhis ' office ar,d Mrs L B Pralt. o a, Mo, IK.VO returned home Bfter^a »cck's slay »ith Mr. an Mrs Robert Grimes Mrs B, A. Hale and daugbtc Miss Edna Kathcrlne, spent y< terday in Memphis Mis, W. T. Obcrst and Mis» Laura Platt spent jestcrday In Oaruthersvllle Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woodson f friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Hciinan liollnijei 1 have relumed to their home in Columbia, R. c., after visiting Robert for a Luxora Society —Personal' Mrg. .Rose Jjchmnlzreid and Mrs trends Collins, of Memphis.' were SUcsIs of Mrs. S. J. Smith Th day. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scot!, of Memphis, and Mrs. Ray Graham and daughter, Olivl.i, bf Hlpley Tcnn, were in Luxora Friday with Mrs. Scott's Blslcr. Mrs William Thwcalt, for a day's visit I'.ursls, Mrs. Marble, of Uland. Miss., lioiisegiicsl of Mrs. ciity Infoi-iiml spoils oulIU b MIICBJ- Routf has a trim skirt'am n llarcd redingolc In ilic nei leiujlli. Made of brown woolc wllli a chine, surface Hint gives smiirt blurred effect, it ,Ls trim Hied with brown velvet collar an buttons iiiul worn with n ilk scarf. 'S <fN~w CHURCHES ASHKNKLV OK GOB CHURCH 7lli & As), Sts. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning services, 11 a.m. Jail service. 4:30 p.m. Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 n.m fir. C. A. Class, 6:45 p.m.' ICvaiiBCllst, B p.m. There will bc services Saturday ilRhl ivltli Hvaiigelist Clara Clas- jon of Oklahoma., The young people will hold the weekly stscot service. Tlie public Is especially Invited .0 conic Sunday night and hear Mrs. Clnsson give her cxtwricncc Df bring divinely healed after' being In bed for a months and 5 ilays, and of gaining. Co pounds uvrnilght. She will be praying for the sick. Sunday nlgut will be lier clcslng night. flLGKIM I.UTIIKKAN CHURCH II. J. Klelnilieiut, I'astor Sunday school. 0 a.m. Morning service, '10 a.m. Sermon subject: "Love's labor Lost. 1 No evening service during August. A cordial invitation Is extended to all. KIIIST 'METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main W. V. >Yonmck, Pastor Church schao|, 0:45 a.hi. Morning worship, 10:51)5 a.m. Pastor's subject. "The < stair- Climbing Quarlql.' ,.' ' ramies for all young people. 7:JS p.m. Kvcnliii! worship. 8 p.m. Subject cf sermon. '"Persistence." I'MIST BAl'TIHT CHURCH Walnut' and Bight), . Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a.m.. Sijiiday sctipol.- 10:35 a.m.. Worship service. Pastor's sermon Ionic: "Grab a Corner.' ' • (1:30 p.m., Baptist Training Unions. 7:30 p.m., Worship service. Pas- lor's sermon topic: "Who Are You 1 .' Where Are You Going?" SATURDAY, AUGUST Is, 193,5 Wife Spikes Kali of Raft-Pine Rumors green , , , M , ....... J ..... """ (J J 'nf--». w. M i mid Mrs. Ham Be-wcn. and visitors prize by Miss lii Hie living room Taylor were guests. High score Taylor \tt. I w M CHRISTIAN cmmcii Carroll Cloyd; Pastor Htble school. 9:45. I. O. Wcsl- hrook, Supt. Your loyalty may mean another's interest. Morning worship. 10:50. Sermon, "The City of God." Evening worship. 8. Sermon null of the song service. Executive committee Council noon. attractive 1 Taylor meeting Monday after. Young People's meeting at 7. with baskets of vurk'd colored 1 Work has commenced ™ 1CCC Mis. Jim \Vard received a butler server for high score award, nnd Mrs. S. L. Oladlsh cut inline, a pie server. Osccola Society — Personal II. Blackwood left Wednesday for Lake James, Ind., to join his family who have been siiininerins! there.- They will return hcmc Ihc last of August. Misses Callicrinc Harwell. Mad- allne Ellen lidringlou. Dixie Ue Qulnn. and Charlotte Holt, of Kalem, 111., have rclurncd home ircm an e.vlcnsivc rnnidon In Monic.i. cut., and olhcr pclnts in the west, returning by way nf Dallas to attend the Ccn- •lennlal Exposition. Miss Edna Ayrcs mis a bust- IICM visitor in Memphis Tuesday. G. Oldlinm returned home won't he long before the long looked for water will be in the homes of icelscr. Among olhcr improvements that arc being made Ij a new cotton wnrclioiisc' at' Hie Hall gin. The cotton seed house of this same gin ha.s been painted recently. Viiclls and Dclmar Morris are visiting at Kc'micil. Mo., this week. i. I Visitors welcome. Mid-week service evening at 7:45. Dciuoiistvalioii Club News Notes DciRwootl Club The Dogwood Home Dcmcnst,-n- llou club met Wednesday afternoon nl the home of Mrs. A. A. Guntcr when there were 21 present. Mrs. Albert Payne, president, presided in 'the busincM vresion which was featured' with a discussion by j. o. Fullcrton, county agricultural agent, of plans for (he county fair and for Ihc rest Ihis \\cek from (ho Veterans lios- camp at Camp Pike, to ue !- pital. Memphis, where he hns September 1. been under treatment the past! In a "Who's Who" coulcsl l!-esc month. | won: best looking, Mrs. G !•' Edward Tcaford is a patient in j Scrape; best manners Mrs p R the Baptist hospital. Memphis. Jarrctt; prettiest hair Mrs Carl Air. an<| Mrs. I-'. E. Totnpkins! Green; best moliicr, Mrs Hcnrv and children relumed yesterday Uilos; best housekeeper Mrs from a week's vacation In the] Hunter; best wife, Mrs D Gar' Missouri Ozarks. . Wilt , . ...... ...... „<....«.-,. and daughter, Nora. Miss Joyce Tompkins will ar- rett. , . Wise and daughter, .Iqne. motored to IIol Springs for a visit ever .Hie-'-week-curt.'- " Richard Perry, who has bee;, spending the summer monlhr, with his uncles, j. i. and Charlie Mif- tomorrow from Jackson. T'cmi.. ivlicrc she has attended Union University during Ihe sum- "ier term. Mia'"/ was accon News /Votes In a sowing contest Mrs. W O'Neal won for the neatc.H work Wednesday LAKE STIIKKT MKTIIODIST•• CIIUItCH •,.•• Vernal) E. Cbalfanl, Pas tor |. Church si'liool, 9:45 a.m.'^ " Church service, 10:30 a.m." Sermon subject, "Do Vou Love Me?' YcnnE People's service. 7 p.m. Church service, 7:45 p.m. Sermon subject, "That You May De- lirve—." Prayer ami discussion fellowshij Wednesday, 7:15 p.m. Kcvlvn). dale, August 30-Sep tembcr 13. CHURCH OF THE N'AKARENK Vine and Second Stc. . ' Harmon Holt, Pastor Sunday Bible school 9:45, E. L, Evans, Sup't. Morning worship al 11 a. m.^ N. Y. P. S. meets for their program 7:15 p.'in. Mrs. J. C. Criner, president. , [ Evangelistic service, 8 p, in. The Rev. C. J. Hamilton of Parma, Mo., assisted by flic Rnv. Churchill of Carnthcrsvllle will begin a week's meeting at the church Sunday. Rev. Hamilton is one of the oldest Holiness preachers of Hie NaKirenc movement and Ihc Rev. Churchill is a children's worker. You are cordially Invited to come out and hear their messages. Oscar of Waldorf Has Known Many Celebrities in 40 Years .Host of (lie biggest, .busiest- anil must luxurious hotel' in the United Slates for over two score years. Osc;ir of (he Waldorf is u familiar name lo many all armmd Ilic world. He lias greeted kings ai)il premiers, movie . ttars anil ituluslrial Ri:uils and traiiiictils from.'cvciy nook and 1 rpnicr nf Ilic globe, lie 1ms le(l n colorful and cxntinc; life, and he. miicnisccs about it today. BY QSCAK OF TIIK Nothing', is truer Hum "tima (lies when'yon arc busy", and when'. I look back .over Ine crowd the hole! in 1893. He walked aloni;. a tall man, a little bent, his hands behind Jils back, his head down, looking. 1 (bought, neither to the right nor lo the left. It seemed to me that no' once did he look up—ami not once did he gaze at the frescoes the murals and all that his own As f— as Mis. Grace Mnlreoney Haft, shown nbovc smiling in a new picture, is .concerned, tlie long and ardent fricndd-n of Ooijjc Knfl ;,nd Aclrpss Virginia Pine, pictured at left, rc- m.-ims just /i-iVudship. when nsked if she and the slcek- iiaircd film star were to be divorced, so Ibat lie could marry Miss Pino. Mrs. IJnft answered, nonchalantly, "It's nil news to inc." Miss Pine said recently that she and Knfl would wed aflcr Iiis dh'orec ingales sang in a grove of ITCC trees that were uprooted for the occasion. There were blue raspberries from a hithousc, grown especially for thus dinner. A rare wine bottled before '.he French revolution wns opened. Jewelled favors and costly flowers covered the table. Nineteen hundred and nineteen was a remarkable year for the Waldorf, for three. Presidents were our guesls within those twelve months, nicy were the Presidents of Brazil, the Irish Sinn Fein Republic, .and President Woodroiv Wilson. Speaking of Presidents, I Slrect -inil Pirn, I™ 80 3;irti y the United Slates since Ih-j home of the W ilia,; Walto"^!^" 11 ^!" 1 "," ° f , W """ m MCK1 "' ore "-uiioii HSC i cyi Wlth W ], om j VV[ , S , lcc|1! .,i M led ^ ^^ u- ^_ iii( . tll)lvu . ?< • t long before he went to the While cd two score years that I havot Iiilrrnalioiial 1'roblcm.s '"""•' J Ilollse .- T''* ft was n genial guest \ acted! as."hosl": for boil, the old One' of the most .unusual of (hcUcrvcd''^^^! ' ' |eVC '' "" and new Waldorf-Astorias, I can! famous guests I have had the 1 IU.MI.II. understand why I don't foci: my honor of wclcomimr In fh* w,i.' rhc laslcs of Roosevelt, Wilson, 70 years. ' And, now : George Ross has ask' honor of welcoming | o the Wai- , , Of noos(vvclt . Wilson, dorf was Li Hung-Chang. Viccrav I ,"' ", S !>IKl Coolii| G c wci 'c s'm- of China, Prime Mini! e. ™ 1 ! )Ic ' Tllc lal(cr . was '.'« euesl ot honor at the biggest 'dinner ever ed me to leaf Ihroiigh my 'mem- e him by ~»tc crrv^P'™' tS ' ECCre[a ™ s »'« »^P^^. ™ere were many other famous 3 Davison Wlie, Vs D«l,on nc' 1 hs " liln " cr "" o "e'>°i>l- ^ visitM"'^ and events in l/ic history,^ compa, led i P,. uce °o the (i ^! or< "" ari V Vi>S colrt -»"" ^rved.!" »'« l'»'j>= "«> Crown Princo ' •.-.'..._..... ° u ' c "'" a cliaracti>riKl.!r nr tin. n,i«,, (n i- < o! Siam. the ra-mvn [Mum nr I Ing room I walked-in front to corl them to their chairs. Prince saw a la all decked out He looked :U me and if you don't mind, away that chair, I'm—1' , - e. cliaracteii stic of the Orientals,' 0 ' Sli " n - " 10 was " ilttcrcfl , en s ™ " we, m ,i i • I 1 •• ilw a brm<l nn <l ki "»lll' Srin ' ^i"™ ^ W. ^ f ™ -hen I p, se n\ _ Prince of wl:c[1 1 Ethiopia, and Prince' Carol ol Rn' mania, now King; Admiral Dewey, the hero of Manila Bay, who always called for plain soup, a fish, a good roast, coffee and cheese, for dinner: Bob Fitzsimmons, the And there was the time in -1 i . me plumbing went out of '— * *" * " uu * ."-1,111.1,^,1^, mu '"""lorder in the apartment of Prince 1 llKlv » wci S ht champion, who gave n l,-nll. n _ _r r..- \ 1I1P lll<; rSTPrtl. D;! Tin V^l-^ll.*x T.I.I CHRISTIAN SCIENCK SERVICE "08 W. Main "Scul" is Ihc subject of the •Lesson-Sermon wine], will be read and Mrs. Odis Seratt for the fast- j! n "" Churches of csl, work. ' ". 1st, Sunday, Angus Mrs. Guntcr was assisted by ' The Golden Tex* ,.,. mt-.s.-, mu her dniiglitere, Miss Dollche Gun- jLorri. O, my soul, and forget not ;ln all Churches of Christ. Scientist Hi. The Golden Text is: Bless the , - !er. Mrs. Roy Ppj'ne and Mrs Clyde O'Neal in serving Ice crea nnd cake. Mrs. Lillian Frrear M^^^^'-'iSKS^^'J Ed Reutro. of Memphis, ae- 1 " 0 '""' S1 '° CX " CCUi l ° companled his mother, Miss Dorothy Bryant, asslslant. Tl'e next meeting will. bo hrld be.iuly operator, has gone to Vdl-1 August 36 al the home of Mrs minglon, Cnl., to allcii.1 Hie wed- l r 'ecmor,t Scrape. Miss Vera away Manila '-H Club , .r- M ty'ftcnfro. who hai bc-n a- 'air t [ H I chlr Home for e ,mt ,,™ h! cl ? rc " visit " 1 Mrs - WaUon's Thiif^dav mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. ' In lii home Thursday. Mr. and had ' as' t Mr. and Mrs: Ingram and chil drcn. of Memphis. ",;," ,,, ,., . ' WnUon Jr " visit " 1 Mrs - J - W ' Wilvd ' at lt . Mo. Wcd- Mr '•VS. Frank Owen Owynn wont The Manila -l-H ddb met Thursday, August 13. Virginu Smith presided in th= business session In the absence of May Isaacs, president. Ten new members were enrolled. is (lie> brother of Mrs. ' ChrM and Mrs. R. O. Wall, who be here fcr several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. /j. R. Gathing; left foi '• • remain there ^ lis s Cora I,ce Colcman, home demonstration agent, conducted a Miss Nancy I-'ishcr p.nd Carol i demonstration <« "Culling Hens — ' -- - '.._.( Inr. l^nn II l.^^.I. .. • *«fclia '"i'nxi Joe Kvvank of Rennet)., Mo.. lor E BS Produclion." A commit Ice to plan a club dip to Ihc experiment station at Mananna September 0 and 10 left for AlthMiuer' Ail- ""fo'r" S -i! M1ss Mnr 6«rcl Robinson," Miss wr <5 appointed as foltays: .'Jachcl short visit win, their "danshleri 1 ; 1 ' 0 " 6 " nlt ' L " L '" GMcs ' "' "' ff'l ° lcvclnllrt - cliairman, June before coing to their home in Li-'I^T' W " Ml Tny!or alul Mrs -' Bcdw " 11U(i E<llla J ™>» Vairant. | waller Adams were dinner guests; — '"' "•- Hotel Claridge Wednesday' Bursts of Mr..and Mrs. W. |W. Watson sr., several days last •week. •»- ( « ... i MKs Mnrgnrct Robinson, Miss Fcria. Tex.is ; Mrs. «. r. JjanBSlon was Has Plant Patent lo two Inblfs cf bridge Tiiday Miss Jamie Nichols is visiting I and' daughters. Martha Mr, R -B,We, d sot, an* M, ola, received a handkerchief for low 'f Tl T» ' *''^ L >^O I'.I. H«<l.»i>j entertained IT-, i , I j"«*nu L'.I iii:in uiC IIIIIOII i S'L 1 l" cr ^l™""» r L° r "'<= moloplasm'„("„« . , , ;all His tenelils: Who forglvcth all thine iniquities: who licaleth all thy diseases. (Psalms 103:2,3) • Among: Ihc ell.-ilions whicli cpm- prlse the Lrsson-Sormon is the following from the Bible: "God J:c merciful unto us. and bless us; and cause his face to shine too big' so it rc.no™ ITO mg oo it wa., icmovcd Henry of Prussia, brother of for I mc Ilis c;rcat """0 Yarrum, anil air . and a regular a«A diniu B chak „„ K,i c ,S, ^T" ° f for was t-rj^s^ =S^r-\- - ^ - a - Highness s balh at any cost, ami about lo leave, the Prince bent forward/arid said: "Thanks awfully, this IS comfortable." And I recall escorting viscount Astor, founder of .the originf! , °'l J ' thill Waldorf ' " "' , when .George C. Boldt, liicn manager, called mc to tell Df our jirc- liicamcnt the only thing I could so many o _ _. ._.,. numerous to mention. , of i L n,,ort a ,,ce, loo . Waldorf, through the corrido of S' r. — : °"«!'i Really Transfers Warranty Deeds upon us; Sclah. Thai Ihv wnv may be known upon earlh. thy saving health among all nations. (Psalms 67: l, 2). 'Ihc Losscn-Scrmon includes also (he following passage from the ire bucket brigade and pass Mrs. Josic Sudbury to c W of water in the royal Afflick, south 103 feet of lot 1, scenes, while j block 1, J. D. Sudbnry ictriilion to in Peacock • Blythcville. of apartment behind tin the Prince strolled ... „ Alley unaware of the efforts that were being made for his comfort, * t • Dinner f)c I,uxc Clnisllan Science textbook. "Sci- l ™ n ol l 'ie opinion Ihat the cncc and Hrallh with Key lo the c i l WBcnheim dinner in :M9 ranked Scriplures." by Mary Baker Ed-1 as Clnc of New York's costliest dindy: "As human thought changes! ncrs - There were forty jrjcsts scrv- frpm one slagc to another of eon-: C(1 at n cost of 5250 each. Night-1 ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARff INSTftV'it-TIONS 1'REV Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley IIDO Chickasawba Phone 792 scious pain and paiulcssness, sor-. row nnd joy—from fear to hope 1 and from faith lo iiiidcrslnntlmi;, | —die visible niaiufcsfation will: at last bc man governed, by Soul, net by material sense. Reflecting; God's government, man is self- governed." (page 125). j *'!bv Mi^ n,.ic r- i i •""•'."'•""I """""c 01 inc luoloplasm of the' :|t£^l^!S,« : j^s--; ; ANNOUNCEMENT W.e wish to announce that Lagvov;" A'Vliittle, formerly assistant cashier, has been placed in full charge of tho office. Mr. Whittle, who has been with the company for a year, is thoroughly acquainted with your needs and will be happy to seVvo you courteously. Blytiievilie Water Company ./. T. Phillips, Manager. ANNOUNCING NEW EQUIPMENT which YVR have jtift installed in mil- Dry Cleaning Department, making it one of Ihc most modern plants in Arkansas. A new distilling system just installed enables us to thoroughly restore our cleaning solvent to its original condition. The ordinary plant reclaims its solvent with a caustic solution which removes vegetable and animal fals. Our new distilling system, however, removes ALL oils, including mineral and potnilcimi greases, which will not clarify in a caustic solution. This system enables us to always clean your garments with a mire, oil-free solvent. BLYTl-TEVJLLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 L

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