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?40E TWO BLYTHEVJLLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. Comvny having Mid- Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. R. L Brndley. Mrs. H. A. Taylor hostess to Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Fldells Sunday school class of Hirst Baptist church meeting with Mrs, W. H. Glover. 318 Davis Avc. Jewish Ladies Aid society meeting with Mrs. Kirk, of Luxora, S P. M. B'Nai Brith meeting 8 P. M. with E. M. Jaffce, of Osccola. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Hy Shy Ny Sunday school class First Baptist church meeting with Mrs. J. H. Smart, 1133 W. Main, 1:30 p. in. American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Lesion hut. Club J!;:i Giu-sls. Mines. J. Ernest llasson, pfcd Riitherfor:,', Joel Chandler, Don gammons' and C. H. WiUey were guests of Mrs. Joe G. Trleschmn'n Tuesday when she hud the Young Matrons Bridge club. A bath. room sctovas Mrs. Sammons' priza for guest high nnd Mrs. Dixie Crawford won a footstool for Hie club award, Thj! hostess served n pear salad with sandwiches, cake :uid co0ce. • * ; Club MEC!S. 'A mixed bouquet of spring blossoms, in which yellow predominated, and yellow tapers made an attractive setting for the tnblc when Mrs. M. A. Isaacs hud Ihs Tuesday Luncheon club. A two course menu was sorved. . ; In the bridge games Mrs. W. D. Ciiamblin woji the prjzc, bud vases. Uaujhlrr Horn. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Helm announce the birth of a daughter Saturday. The baby, who weighs seven and a half pounds, has been named Mary Katherlnc. Homo Mission Prayer Services Are Continued. Mrs. ivy \v. Crawford \viis leader of til; program Tuesday nftcr- noon for the second of n series of services this week at the First Baptist. church by the Woman's Missionary union which is stressing home missions. - ' The 30 present Included jjuhBiiosl MrV ct A. B/atishaw.?,-?: > .'.7 "Revivals from the .Highland io the sea" was the theme nnd these made talks: "Evangelism from the Highland to the sen," Mrs, Alvln Huffman; "Evangelism in [he Mississippi Valley," Miss Cordelia Wil- hit=; "Into My Heart," Mrs. E B Woodson. Mrs. Harry Frltzhis sang a solo with Mrs. Russell Farr at the piano. Mrs. John Buchanan offered prayer. . • For Hie devotional Mrs. W M Williams was leader and each member gave her favorite verse of scrip- * * ' * County Epivoith League Has Meeting in city. ^^f. 8 ' 1 ' 01 " E P worth l«ngus of the Methodist church at Manila won the efficiency banner at the Mississippi county Epworth league as- toclatfcn meeting here l;>st evening at the First Methodist church There were- 125 present from churches at Osceola, Luxora, Ma"ht a ,T d l v' C Fil ' st and la ^ Street churches here. n, P5a )£ *?- re " iadl: Ior sixmsoring we Christian Adventure Institute h °L '""•"nedlates, w i.ich will be held at the First Methodist church, Mwch 23 h and 3 0th. Tnls mil cover ,ct:r classes .coverln s various social proolems. religious ewrlcnre =nd Bible study. experience Mrs. Wilson Hsnry u-as in charge or the social hour during which SI Patrick games were piayfd and refreshments served. Council of Christian Church Meets Monday. Mrs. M. Fllzstinnious n'iid Mr= /, A. McCiilslion were hoslmcs to Bits oj Moslly Personal Mrs. John !3ucli(uian and daughter, Mary jo, spent [Sunday in Memphis \vlth relatives. Harold Sudbury find members of Ills orchesLra "The Southerners", luivc returned from HoIJLster. Mo., where they had nn engagement nt the old English inn for several days. Belly Black, daughter o! Mr. und Mrs. Fnrmwoiih m&ck, who broke her left nun Saturday when she fell down some steps, is now much Uetter. The accident occurred ul the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Black, and she was taken to lh c Blytheville hospital for thi; bone to be set. B. P. lirogdon is critically ill ul his home on the South highway following n -stroke of paralysis Monday. • Mrs. W. F. Brewer has gone to Galconda, III,, to spend it week with her father, c. O. Daniel. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dan Need- bam who have gone to Cavc-!n- Kock, 111,, io visit relatives. Among the members of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church who are lit Manlln today for lhc zone meeting arc: Mines.' Gus Kbcrdt. A. c. Haley, J. E. Crlt?.. W. A. Stlikmon, Eininn Buniey fliifl cliiirtcs ti Wylle. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. jontx, Mrs. floss Stevens and their Kiiesls, Mr. und -Mrs. A. E. Erdman of Columbus City, Intl., are hi Memphis lodny. B. O. West has rclurncd from two days spent in Memphis on business. He plans to go Io Hot Springs ;oon for the races. _Mr. and Mrs. Prank Highflll, of Kennelt, Mo., were licrc lnsl even- Ing as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A, Is lines. Mrs. J. J. Davis 1ms returned from Ne»'j»rt, Ark,, where she attended Io business, she will leave icon for Cnpe Oirardean, Mo., where she will be headquartered for the preseiil, having accepted n position is supervisor-manager of n corset :ompany with n.territory of southern Missouri and part of Arkan- Virgll Greene is attending to business Jn Siki'slon, Mo,, today, i. W. M. Scruggs spent the first of the ivcck In Memplils.' Louis Wilson will go Io Memphis Friday where he has accepted n position with the Carver Griffith Co Jiokers. Mrs. Wilson and daugh- •er will join him April 1. Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Barnelt will jo to St. Louis Friday, returning lome Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Gnrvic Sharp mid >on. Gin-vie, have returned to their home In Cairo, ill., alter n brief stay, with Mrs. Sharp's sister M'ss Bob Williams. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger jr.. spent yeslerday in Memphis where Mr. Crijger attended to business Mrs. D. s. Irby and daugliter June, Airs. Louis Garth aii-l Wilour Catchl>igs. of Dat-svllle, nnd isorgelown. Miss., spent the week nd wilh I heir mother. Mrs. Ida •jUehlngs and sister, Mrs, w N Williams and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. o. W. McCulchan Wrt Mrs. Lewis Freaman nre in Sikeslon, Mo., today on business. Mrs. McCutclicn, who has been ill sevrial monlhs, is now betlcr and -vns able' Io be out yesterday for th-first limn in about six weeVs Mrs. Carney Shipley, of Phoenix Ata., has arrived here for a visit with her uncle, JIM cnrncv and family. She is vlsiling Mrs/Dcwcy Langlcy in Canitlicrsville, Mo to- Jay and will visit a t Hot Springs Huncock. Con- hy Mrs Sol and, Mfi. Stanley (olntlou WHS cut Wind. At the close of tho guiiies Hie hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Frances, (served a snliul course. I he- next meeting will bu hmd in the community housi; u lc last of March. Mrs. L-. n. Hubliard will be ihn lioslcts. M -' """is Monday afleniDOT, at lire home of '"°" St '° r a lhlssl011 ' ' h ' business session Mrs, Mccool was in chaise OUie Poster presented tlic m, assisted by Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. j. c Ellis WSre Mml '» tfe Guild Metis. Mrs. itenkcrl Wclenkamp vai leader or (he projr.im on Japan M v£ ."lr e £ U , n8 of thc Siitld of the iirsl Chrlslian church which met last evening „(, the home of Mrs. Clifford - Joynsr. : In continuing tho study of Japan i fm "S Malth( ™s spoke on "A Little Child shall Load Them," Miss Srft b ? Jte ' dl£cll5s = [i "Kingdom Building in Japan" and Mrs,. J. c»- cu iowe gave a review of the book, uic of Siiga Wara San.' 1 Mrs. V. E Buttereorth conducted the devotional. In. the Jiaslnwi session Miss &r(te .jvas elected vice president, replacing Mrs. R. L Dsdmari who has moved to Memphis, and Miss Mui- me Matthews vai named treasurc- Jollowing thc resignation of Mrs M. H., Cameron who moved, to Fullou, - Canapes, pickles and coffee xvere ter\ed In the soeiM hour. 'Nearly' 70'per cent of Japan's 1 , lai-meis* cuillvate" less than is acres of land to n family. Loachvillc Society — Personal . ill-, aacl Mrs. Will Bciirdcn. or Monelte. spent. Sumhiy with Mr ind Mrs. John Bcarclcu. Mr. and Mrs. clny Moore und children, of Osceola. who have :ecn siwnding several days with Mrs. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. "I. C. M3ad. have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. c. , A. Sanders spent Sunday In Peach Orchard rith Mis Sanders' parents Mr '.nd Mrs. J. E. Oweii. Mr. and. Mre. p. M. Nelson jp'iil Sunday with Mr. Nelson's brother. S. A. Nelson, of Blylhcvtllc. The Civic League held its regular monthly business and .social meeting in- the home of Mrs C L. Smith. MJTS. A. E. lioblnsan presided over a short business session. , 1'lans \vere perfected for Ihc yrai's program, outlined by Mrs L. 13. Hubbard and'Mrs Aubry Mcoilng. Erictge and riimmy were played by. the 10 members. Those winning prizes in bridge were Mrs L. D. Hubbard and Mrs. E. M. Howard. Prizes in rummy were --:«led (o Mrs. Fred. Alexander <S< PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS Mrs. F. P. Jacobs Arranges Din nor For D. A, R. Meel • One of thc ouMiindlng events of (he state convention of the KA- llonal Society of Daughters of the Amoriciin Revolution, to be held In Joiirsboro Thursday ami Friday, will be a dinner Friday evening in-ranged by Mrs. p. i> j a . cobs, of Memphis and Odder Thi.s l« Io hu at, Hie Hotel Noble. Mrs. Homer j.\ Sloan of ' Ma |. h . ed Tree, vice resent, is to be gucsl of honor. "Cryslal Cjai!iii|> with Ui c children of the American Revolution" s to be tho thcmij. The table will be dccm-ntcd with a (.-rystal of co. liui-roiindcd by narcissus and ferns and flunked with tapers ii crystal holders. The place curd will be In silver. Mrs. Louise Knight. WhltltMi of llic. music department of tho ion. Century club of Memphis, will sing. wllh Mrs. El,oy Connablc. of Memphis, nl the pitiiio "Whnt Dei You Sec' In | hc Crysliil?" will bi!.-;nskc(l by Mrs ^^M?"™^ "I I.IUFc Bock, Mrs Slgmoii of Mondcello, Mrs R ,,fus Garrea of Ei Dorado, state ,-egc Mis. John P. Weininnu of iTtuio Rock, president of lli e c A • Mrs. lienton Lcdbettcr, c r ''i.,.. Commodore Perry chapter of Memphis, mid Mrs. McAllslcr I'cnrce of Memphis, dis rict m- sanlzcr of (he D, A n "PiislHiiB Back of (.lic-ciirlnln'or omorrow" will , )c U , c „,'„ ™ ° a uancc Fantasy by Mi*i «„ Oliver, of Miu-Ioi',. MifJi a) ; de ,,"p p.«?-^W ^r^T^w Black, of Mc i npllhi ' « u! ««^ Stccle-Cooter Society — Personal . Spirit of the Dana . Miss :«" will be por- . Lillnrrt Craic of read ,,,, c8 ' Liixori Society — Personal Mr. ami Mrs. R. o. Lnngslon had > tticlr Bucsls Sunday MJ SS Dally Goswlcli, of Men- Madrid Mo and an'ri r ?,f wlc " of Memphis, sister and failicr of Mrs. Langslon Misses Bess Thwcalt and Mildred Majors of Jonesboro collc-e were sucsts or their parent, f 0r 'he week ' r ' '""' ^"' s - Lawrence Peterson In, ho rta " Bl '! cr Jeliu »re siwnd- ing ine week in Luxora vlsltlnc '"ends and relatives. ' Mr. mid Mrs. William Ellas arc o'ing into the. residence next door 'Mr. and Mrs. Mose Sllman. Mrs "f was lormerly Miss Mi*. CJeorgo BuriH'lt, who lot two months has been In a hospital nt Poplar Bluff und ul (he home of her sislcr In I'nxico where she was under treatment liaa retin-iicd home and Is improving mpi<t!y. Mrs. B. C. lIiKlglni; and sou liucldl-.', have returned to Ihelr home at Llllle Rock, Ark., nllei a week's visit here with relatives Alforcl Hi\stiii(;s, who for seme lime has fcc?n employed at thi Phillips stallon of the state line has bought, llie Sinclair stalloi in Stcelc from Montle White. Ather Earls, who has been employed on the Tyler slar mai loulu from here, has ncceplcd a position In Llttlo Rock. Talbert Kclley, son of Mr. am Mrs. A. A, Keliey, underwent :m cperalion for appendicitis at lilt nlylhevillc hospilnl Tuesday. Mrs. Mike O. Kclley of Savannah, Tcnn., Is the guest of hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Son- ihein. Harry Mullock of Joiner, AI-I- spt'iit last it'eek-ciKl here friends. Shon Pollard is very sick will the flu. N. Kom-y has relumed from n business I rip to St. Louis and i visit with I attends thc University sourl ut Columbia. Miss Irene Wallace spent last week-end with her parents ii Caruthcrsville. Miss Hazel McAdnms, of Tyler siient Monday nlgia Ji ere wilh friends. Wallace McCoiliiin spcul jast week-end in si. Louis on business. son, Phillip, of Johnnie Rhodes is confined to Ills home wllh a todly cut hand which lie received while at, U0 rk al the Lutes meal market Mrs.. Charlie Jenkins has returned from n month's visit in st Loiiis and Brunswick, Mo., with rclnllvcs. Accompanying her home were her son. Hnrry Jenkins, of Brni)sivicJt, ivlm «-||| Vi5 ji T , ir , mls l rcltitivcs here few isevcrul days. '" f- mid Mrs. Clmriic J(alc . s> Mil, Leror. a ,ul daiiglitcr, Edna rchtivcs '"^ ' nfi 3 ' °' Pe ,?' ly 1|BS rct ""wcl Home alter „ visit in Tennessee. '.j'^j 8 ""; Wassler spent the llrst MclhodUt iio^iui/'whc're *sh™^u- der\venl treatment " John Wright is in Tennessee itt XX 51 i,l oflllsfntI ^ whois '••K. Marshall has returned from Louis, where he visited his bro- hl1t ,,: -. McCulliim attended to ous ness in SI. Louis this week Mrs T E. orlggance was iios- ^J?.. tllc .. Jol| y dub, or cooler. a bunco u, o lucsrtay afternoon with w w tr ' son * * P '"- VC1 ' tor hoillc s-ons. Services are held every ternoon at ll, 0 chm . cl , a| ,.^ PI,,, " '"• "• "-*••!;. .tun Butt iinlcy were in Manila Wednesday. Ulllmalc polroleum resources ol l»Ls country exceed 1)58,000.000000 rfi ,,' ""O'^I'IE Io estimates. ' "Is figure would Insure more Ihan '00 years' supply nt. the present ind anticipated rajcs or coiwump- Marble Cake Is WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6, 1935 Osceola ' —.Personal B. n. Bogan. Lyxora, grancj TO ,,i duclress of Arkansas, was presepl, Mrs. Belva Martin and her dausl)- .. Mrs. Ifal McIIaney, of r>.vii. Kit, are visiting in Osce'ola for «v. —al days. _,, . • .- : Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Lan The Progressive dub met, Tuesday Williams, Mrs. Belva Martin sn d club room at the Mrs - H " MeHaney were court house, Report '-from thc Lit- euesls 5' cst(!rda y- wary, c|v)c apd Juplor departments and from committees were heard '""" The chairman of the civic depart- ola "- ment announced that March 18 will Mrs. w. L. Moore is ill at her ue tag day. The prpgram_ leader home here. Miss Katherine Harwell has returned from New Orleans where - -.- 0 --~-,,v» M,,U^L niu ou- she enjoyed >fardl Gras feslivitips pervlsioii of Mrs. George Dlckerson, for Ui e past week. was Mrs. John Edrington. The program consisted or a play hy the Junior Progressives under tlic su The play, "Frills and Furbelows, 1 ' actors. They were Miss Virginia Nickols, Miss Ethel Brickcy, Miss Nora Huckaby, Miss Christine Turner, Miss Ann Semincs Barbiers, Miss Dorothy McDonnal, Miss Madeline Ellen Edrington, Miss Fran- llio Intricate pattern of llic colors in chocolate marble cake makes ccs Co »way, Miss Katherine Jacks, it excellent for serving at parlies. nnd - - Miss Elizabeth Ermen. The BV MAIIV E. UAGUI-: NEA Service' Start Wrjler According to the "ladles" maga- 'WKi of forty-odd years ago, mar- bio cakes were the lnsl. word In elcgiincc for tea or the evening meal most families enjoyed at halt- lJ»sl live and called scupper. But utter a few years this sake lost Us position and scorned as "Victorian" nnd few hostesses were daring enough to serve it. Now, with the return of tilings Vic- lorinn, the marble cake comes back and clever hostesses everywhere lire making the most of It. This deleclable marble cake is full dessert In Itself, needing no fruit, nor ice cream to accompany it. luncheon You niiij or dinner serve it nt and be as- fuired of a hearty welcome for it. I had It for luncheon the other day with creamed noodles and mushrooms, whole wheat rolls, fresh fruit salad und lea. Thc Mentis who were lunching with me all asked for the recipe. Isn't that the proof of the cake? I used the three egg yolks left from lhc cake anil frosting Io make the noodles because I wanted Io make up enough Io last for several meals. Otherwise 1 would have used i egg yolk for mayonnaise find only two for noodles. l-'ruslctl O'hocnlale SLtrble take Three ciiiw sifted cake flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 3-4 cup -bultcr or other shortening, 2 cups sugar, 3-4 cup milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, G ej!B whites, 3 squares unsweetened chocolate, 1 tablespoons sugar, 1-1 cup boiling water, 1-4 teaspoon soda. , • Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder and sail and sift three limes. Cream bultcr thoroughly, add sugar gradually and • --.. ---;-; cream lowlier . until light and WS'c'S'rlvorii" Melt chocolate In double boiler. Remove from boiling wntc-r, add sugar and water and blend. Add egg yolks, one nt a lime, beating well with each. Add butter, one tablcspconful at a time, beating thoroughly after each amount. Beat In vanilln and spread on cake. Creamed Noodles and Mushrooms Three cups boiled noodles, 1-2 pound mushrooms, 3 tablespoons butter, 1 1-2 tablespoons flour. 1 1-2 cups milk, 1-2 teaspoon saltj 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 2 ciuined pi- mcntoes cut in strips, parsley. Clean mushrooms. Cut in lliick slices. Melt butter, add mushrooms and stir witlj a fork until thoroughly blended.' Slowly add milk, stirring constantly. Season with suit and pepper and bring to the boiling point. Add pimento cut in strips. Add noodles which have been boiled iii salted water for fifteen minutes and thoroughly drained. Stir lightly with a fork and heat until very hot. Serve with a garnish of parsley. MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS ]\JO need for women or girls to suffer every month from periodic pain?, headache or sidcaches. lu girlhood Dr. Pierce's Favorite ._ light fluffy. Add flour, alternately with milk, a small amount at a lime, beating after each addition until stiff. Melt chocolate over hot water. Add sugar and boiling w ntet ami stir until thickened. Cool slightly. Divide cake batter into two parts. Add chocolate mixture to one part and blend thoroughly. Put by tablespoonfuls into an oiled anil floured cake pan, alternating light and dark mixtures. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 58 minutes. Cool and cover with Hungarian chocolate frosting. Hungarian choi-qlalc Frosting Three squares baking chocolate, 1 1-2 cups confectioner's sugar, '2 l-a tablespoons hot water, A. Ashcraft. L. Lee, and Bud 3 egg yolks ' 4 tablespoons butter, v wvt-rt in At.,.,,1.. ,,,_.,. . K.J teaspoon vanilla. iion. ward, ol r.iyettcvlllc. Those -ti- ioyms Her hospitality wore: Ml s "," s ^ariy May aim ortcim Hires Miss barn Mtneiic-ad. ,\iks Wihnnth Tcn- . ion. Mrs. Hniid.il Nicfcok Mrs Rltcl isutlcr. Mr.,. Godfrey "wi e' Mrs. Margaret Crilillolcl, Mrs Louise Henry. High score pri».e wns won Mrs. White, ion- score by Mrs Butler. The honorco was presented Mrs. I!. A. Kunbroiich vil] com- Pllmrnj. (He members of H, c y w " wilh a six o'clock dinner in'her i«e Friday evening. pp Associatfon of School B, n. ennleiidenls nn : i high school lex- ers will meet in Luxora tor thcii rcBular nionlh|y macl , fl "=« will be served i )y the-ladies ol the * 0 tt I), 'Ilicrc Aic WORE (JOUI) (;ii|. s Of ColTrc In livrrv round Of Kcnr f. c:t 'f &S5X1 The Itch Genus To jicl riil of ilcli, rash, k-ltcr, frnil soothing llluc Star OininicnUvhicli coitlaius lestcd medicine Hint mc-ll.s soaks in .illicitly nml kills llic iid'i. Money b:ick if firsl jnr fails. NASAL JRRITATIONJ //Relieve llioi!r)7ie« and\ ' imtaHonliy apnlyind ' -MenthoTalontnlghl oiul morning- Prescription • is a very beneficial Ionic. This is what Mrs.^M.-ltyrcl ot MuskoHCC, Okla., s aid : "I do hoi .Itrsitate Id^TcconiniciK] Dr. Tierce's -Favorite Prc- Ecnpituii. liolh my tlauphtcrs have used it anil it surely h3$ Oone lliem a'lol of good It is fine to relieve one oE femiiuiie com- 1 Women who art in nceJ oJ n of tdaC nature sfiouU Iry Dr '—'" Prcscriiitio])-" f size, tablets 50 cts., nul.uO -ar Eire, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. All druggists. FREE TICKETS Given free, two tickets to any show at the Httz or Roxy with the purchase of one ton of X-CEL or 1 ticket with the purchase of '/!• ton of X-CEL, the World's Best Coiil. We give these tickets in order to introduce X-CEL more quickly. Sec add over comics on the Want Ad page. Superior Coal & Mng. Co. r ho lie 700 was a two-act play with nine char- hom c with a sore throat. models in the shoiv were Miss Elizabeth Ballouc, Miss Clementine Bowen. Miss Mutha jane Cartwright, Miss Mpiion Cramer, Miss Mary Virginia C/'iomcr. Miss Domra Hae Driver, Miss Bell Wtiddell, Miss Kiltie Louise Wages, Miss Helen Addison, Miss Lsvcrn Beasley and Miss Rebecca Mckols. . / Visitors iircsent wore Mrs. Paul Tipton and Mrs. C. S. Stevens, of Blytheville. Mrs. L. w. Walters, Mrs. Ann Barbiers, Mrs. Ely Driver, Mrs Bob Kciidricli, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. charKe Hale of Osceola. The hostesses were Mines. J. H. Lovcivcll, Mike Nailing, w. L. Moore Lan Williams, Joe Young, A. W.' Young and Afcnc Word Gibbs. • * • The osceola chapter of the Eastern Star met Tuesday night at the Masonic hall. -Mrs. J. s. Barnes of Lepanlo. made her official visit and the entire program was given over to her lecture. Mrs. Barnes is deputy grcuid lecturer of Arkansas. Mrs ROXY Matinee — Friday, Saturday and Sunday Only Wed. and Thursday MAT. & NIGHT—lOc - 25c Tfci Woman" Who Didn't Date Talk Pours Out Her SUry! Fox News Paramount) Pictorial Comedy Civet COMFORT Oallv .Unusual SERVICE Phone 171 '1'itut ni to flnUU \voik when «e lircmljf It, To ahvnys turn out a (:oori job. Call us Iwforc 3 P. M. ;.ml we will pick up. cle.in, iinish and return your garment In lime In wcnr that nlghl. LOW PRICES Unique Cleaning Service "Good Clothes Deserve Good Care" This Is the Cream Separator Bottle Announcement CRAIG'S DAIRY has the £ exclusive right to dispense \ milk in the CREAM SEP- I ARATOR BOTTLE in the » city -of lilytlicville, Arkan.sas \ N, Tliis CRKAiM SliPARA- TOR BOTTLE is patented, Letters Patent No. 1,770,003, and tlie Cream Separator Bottle, Inc., and CRAIG'S DAIRY are fully" protected against infringement!; by any ———other dairymen under.the penalties imposed by the patent laws agninst infringements. CRAIG'S DAIRY lias the exclusive right to uat; this bottle in delivering milk and none other has any legal right to deliver milk in this bottie in Blytheville. We wish for CRAIG'S DAIRY the full co-operation (hie it as such SOLK distributor in Blytheville and feel assured that once a patron has used this bottle, this dairy will be able to furnish a long fell necessity, a clean, convenient means of separating the cream from the milk using no other device than the C1UCAM SEPARATOR BOTTLE itself. Patronize CRAIG'S DAIRY and net more for your money in using the CREAM SEPARATOR BOTTLE. Cream Separator Bottle, Inc. Hy J. P. EVERS, Secretary-Treasurer, r Alre - Buchanan went Ui to consult her pi Mrs. H. M. rUieubush is ill at her John Blackwood is in Memphis for several days. Last Time Today MAT — 2:00 NITE— G:45 lOc & 25c lOc & 35c Girl Scout Nighl, Tonight CARL HRISSON ami MARY ELLIS in Paramount News Comedv Thursday & Friday 5 ' • • Hofiy toon Wilion'i • >idt-tpliltlng story oF gf Rugglet, (fig gsntli- — man'> gent front London • ,who luddenly dii- • covered himiell d gj ladiet' man In Red Gap. op.Zuor-pnttnli • BUGGIES lOFREDGAP m i Ef i H i i I CHARLESUUGHTON i MARY BOUND s CHARLIE RUGGIES ~ ZASU PITTS s Paramount Novelty Reel All Star Conmly I : Direct From Ihe'Qr- plieum at Memphis A 2 HOUR STAGE SHOW Show I S ['laying I lie 0rphDUJn A » ''l'ia I A New 1933 Edition of \ Coast (o Coasl

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