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BLYTKEVILLE, (ARK.) COUBlEtt NEW8 MONDAY, NOVKMKER 13, 1933 r \ Social Calendar TUK8DATB EVENTS Young Matrons Club, Mrt. Lloyd Stlckmon, hostess. Senior P. T. A. executive board meeting 2:45 p. m. followed by general meeting 3:30 p. in. Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p. m. al home ot Mrs. J. B. Foster on Broadway. Woman's auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, week of prnyer meeting, 3:30 p. m., home of Mrs. C. D. Wills. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Woman's auxiliary, First Pres- byUrlan .church, week of prayer meeting at,, church 1:30 p. m. Delphian,. Fine Arts club, Hotel Noble, 9:30 a..pi. Current Events club, Mrs. Cluster Caldwell hostess. 7:30 p. m. CenUs^Ward P. T. A. 3 p. m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS County-wide bridge luncheon. sponsored by County Federation of Women's clubs, Woman's club, 1 o'clock. Woman's auxiliary. Firsl Presbyterian, church, week of prnyer mecUng. 2:30 p. m., at home of Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. FRIDAY'S EVEtfTS Music department. Woman's club '3 p. iti., nl home of Mrs. A. B. Falrfteld. Woman's auxiliary, First Presbyterian church', week of prayer meeting, at church 1 p. m. Beauty Qnrcn and Maids DcUgtitfnlly Entertained. ' "Miss Northeast Arkanfas-Smith- easl Missouri." Miss Margaret Cross of this city, and her 14 maids from 'that many towns i» this vicinity. Js guests o! the local American legion arxi Auxiliary Saturday for the Armistice Day celebration, were •extended a number of interesting Courtesies which mode tlisir day n delightful one. ! Their headquarters were at the :Hotel Noble where they were guests '•of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Noble •for a suite of rooms. -Upon their 'arrival they spent a short time rehearsing for the presentation before tftey rode on the float in the parade. • • I Luncheon was served in Hie main! dining room of the hotel wlierc the distinguished guests also had their luncheon. The girls were introduced to'Mrs. Davis, mother o! the late Herman Davis, Mississippi county's widely acclaimed World war hero, Hon. Charles" H. Brough, who was the principal speaker of the day, Congressman W. J. Driver of Osceola and Washington, wlio introduced Mr. Brmigh, and a number of other visitors. Selections by the flp.^tiahd also entertain- Her Name Linked With Garys Bib oj Nt Mostly Personal Osceola Society — Personal Pipe This Idea From Paris « the . . The long table had a center display of gold chrysanthemums, pink roses and lavender sweet peas arranged in a green bowl. These same shades were used in the shoulder corsages, gifts from Heaton's Ttomc of Flowers, which marked each place. Favors were compacts, gifts of Borum's Drug store. A five course.menu was served. . Besides the. beauty contestants. Mrs. Howard proctor, president of the' American Legion Auxiliary, Ncill Reed, commander of the American Legion post, Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and E. C. Patlou, chairmen of the beauty contest, attended this affair. For the judging the girls ivorc evening dresses with their shoulder-corsages. Miss Margaret Cross, Blytheville, wore Ivory satin trimmed in crystal beads; Miss Orine Hutchlns, Manila, was dressed in scarlet tafTeta; Miss Virginia Martin, Dell, wore white Bedford crepe; Miss Ann Tompklns. Bur- deltc. wore military blue velvet trimmed in crystal beads: MUs Grace' Davenport, Gosnell, was gowned In Nile green net over'taf- feta;" Miss' Maxine ^Wallace. Wilton/, wore black -yen-el; Miss Eliza- beth''McLean, vYarbro, wore black taffeta trimmed in red; Miss Louise. Hale. Osceoia, was gowned in white satin;-Mfes Gallic cook, ca- ruthersville, wpte French blue fla crepe with a-'ftaded bodice: Miss Orlona Hires, .j-Luxora, wore black velvet,trimmedCwUh' a beaded col- ter;'.Miss Rose-JEinma Sebaugh. Holland, was dressed In Tomato Hat crepe; iviiss Impgene Michic. Steele. wore black satiri; Miss Dorothy Adams. Joiner, was gowned in pink satin;-Miss Deanne McKinnon, Ar- morcl, was gowrted In black satin 4nd velvet; Miss Razzi s tailings Hayti. wore black .velvet. ,;.. • .purinHStheijudging, at the clt\ auditorium;, a£N.' Hill jr.. played '' rio ri&r$3re:3? At inl ' "' it, Osceola, did with MUs Louisa Heart whole and fancy, free days are over for. Gary Cooper, if Uie little bird of Hollywood whispers flic truth. Sandra Shaw, statu c«iiin iwauty, shown here In n striking noflrait, nas made Ihe filii Idol forget 1 his bachelor-vows, according lo friends of-tho pair, .nnd word- of' their betrothal-is-expected soon. Miss Shaw, is an aciress ... nleoe of Cedric Gibbons, dlrcclor-husband- of Dolores Dul Rio. The llev, Marsh M. C«lia,way, minister of Ihe Presbyterian' church al Osceola, will g<j to Little Rock tomorrow to atend ' Presbytery •vhlch Is lo convene at the Central rresbylerlan church of which the Kev. L. A. Taylor Is pastor. He will lie the uucst O f (he Rev. D. W. Sharpe, pastor of the Pulaski Heights church, and will bo. gucsl at the school of missions' at this church Wednesday night. He plans o return Thursday. Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. T. E. Tate, representing the Armorel I'arcnt-Tcaclier association, Mrs. B J. Allen and son, Berry, und Mrs Hives Allen and son, Rives Jr., went to Hot Springs today where the state p, T. A. convention Is convening. They will return by the way of Liltle Rock Friday. Mrs. o. A. Sasse of Greenville, Mtss.. la visiting her son. Jty Slianks, and family, for a, few days Hugh Nelson Thompson, of Memphis, attended to business here Saturday. nr. and Mrs. W. S. McCnll and daughters, Misses Virginia and Margaret, returned to their home In St. Louis Sunday after a two days stay here. Mrs. E. A. Slacy sr., left yesterday lor a visit in Sun Francisco Cal. ., Mrs. Vernon Milter is ill from an attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Marcus Evrard and son, Joe, and Mrs. M. W. Flannlgan, of Paragould. spent Saturday in Memphis where they consulted Joe's physician und met Mr. and Mrs. c. V. Jones, who were en- route to Jacksonville, • Fla,. on their honeymoon. Before her recent marriage Mis. JOIICK was Mis Carroll McKeiiiiic, of Dallas, Texas, who has visited here. Mrs. W. T. Oberst spent Satur- y In Memphis on business. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, of oylc, Miss., and her daughter, rs. Hugh Nelson Thompson, and n, Morris King, of Memphis, nr- ved last night for several days ay with Mrs. King's daughters. frs. Leonard W. Holt, Miss Bobbie .ce King and Mrs. Samuel F. orris. Mrs. Hobert Mulonc and son, of ace, Miss., Is visiting her par- nts. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Single- on for a few days. Mlsa Sophie Meyers, of Los An- elcs. Cal., Is the guest of hci Mr. and Mrs, Charles U:e Drake of Oscsola yesterday made fanir.il announcement of (he cngngi'iii'jnl and approaching marriage of I'nelr daughter. Huth Lynn, and Mr. \Vil- lam Kwmg Dunlap of RUlgcly an'J Memphis. Tcnn. The wedding will take place at an early dale and Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap will make their home in Memphis where Mr. Dunlap i-.-: <-!ii- ploycd with ll:e U. S. engineers. The bride-elect is a gradual:? of the Osceola hiRh schcol and liner attended school al William \Voo:l collcsc, Fulton, Mo. She is one oi Ihc most popular members cf th younger set here. Mr. Dunlap is ; gradua'.c of the university oj Alabama and since his graduation in 1D2!I has been employed with the U. S engineers. A number of delightful social Norris Moon of Blylhcvllle,. Miss Cook, with Mf. Wallace of Cafiili: ersvllle. Mia Marlin with Ted'El- more of Blytheville. Miss Davenport with Lcmoyiie Wadley of Biy- tlicvillc and Miss McKinnon, wiih Perry .Stevens of Armorcl. Misses Tonipkins, Mlchie and Adams returned home'before the dance. '•The Seven Syncopators from Cincinnati" furnished music for the dance which was In cbnrgc of R. B. Stout. Confetti, noise makers of all kinds and masks converted the auditorium into a carnival atmosphere, and a large gathering f Blylheville and out of (own people watched the dancers, t * • Senior I'. T. A. to Serve Refreshments. There will be a social hour at the meeting of thp senior high school p. T. A. Tuesday aflcrnooi and refreshment will be served b; members of Uie hospitality corn" millce. > * t To Havr Education Meeting Tonight Miss Laura Bassctt. criuratio; chairman, will be lender of '111 meeting of the Business and Pro fcsslonal Women's club at the Ooff Hotel at 7:30 o'clock tonight. « & * 'lans Complete for Cotlnly Bridge Luncheon. Pisns arc complete to: 1 the coiin- wvidc bridge luncheon ta lie held at the Woman's club Thursday Liixora Society — Personal The P. T. A. met Wednesday a ernoou in the high school auc oriimi.' Mrs. Richard Rcvlcr pi ided. The meeting was openei vlth a prayer by Mrs. Char Turner. The subjecl of gro study was, "Proper Food for Ch dren." * + • Mrs. B. O. Wilklns was hostess to Ihe Baptist W. M. U. Tuesday ifternooii. Mrs. W. McMurchy conducted the devotional. The following took part on the program events are planned for Miss Drake Ihls week. Forty-four guests Iran Oscsoh Wilson iiiKi other communities !i South Mississippi county were numbered iimomj the hundred or mori •who attended th» benefit !)!•!<!::• luncheon .sponsored by the Will!:'!! 1 Strong chapter of D. A. H. a: the Hotel Peabody. Memphis. Fridav. Four of the six atlendanc? pn,.- were won bv Meixlamc.? J. H. Love well. H. V." Madrten. E. a. Uviv.l and P. J. Semmes jr., all of Osc? ola. l*hc delicious two course- luncheoi was served in the Georgian roc:i at the hotel with the bridge tablt" lor the aitcrncon diversion arran^ cd In the Italian room. Score an< tally cards were dC'C-sraiecl with 111 A. R insignia In the order's col ors of bin: and gold. During th afierncon members of a cotnmitlc headed by Mrs. C. M. Harwell o C.-^'eola passed delicious home mad candy. Mrs. Hayes Goweu was hostess I four tables of contract bridge, en torlnuiing friends from Osreola an I.uxnra. scirp prize was awarded Mrs. Jce Hires of Luxora, Mrs. J. A. McCullough received consolation ?ri7.e an:l Mrs. n. C. LniiEston won ow score favor. Little Miss Evelyn Jean Pi^'J, small daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J entertained Uvenly smull frlcncls Friday afternoon at a birthday parly, celebrating her fourth birthday. There w?re pamos will) Frank Barl-.am and Ann Driver winning prizes in a donkey tail pinning contest, and delicious ice cream wa: served with the birthday cake. A coior scheme of pink and while- was employed ami Uie ch.i',d,ren a cross bc-tween a Supreme Com! Upholds levry in Congressional Race Conlcst. LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 13. <U1>> — . writ ol mandamus was issued by the Arkansas supreme court lo:lay ilhvctlng I'ulaski county circuit Judge Marvin Harris to require af- fiants of Brooks Hays' complaint li ISiS: Davltl D.-T Hays in niary .i .Piftli.'d lied" asVlhc:' .. ,, was the pet!tio':Kr' in 'file'- courl, wilh Jtidgf Harris; ; dent. vr!r' In the opinion today- courl said: '••', ;'::•.:••: "It is conceded that'.under rules of the party lioldinj^'tlitffi inary Ihe alFiants, in. "a'ddil'oiv possession of [lualificaticns-aS/'cHtij tors, siiall not have vo v tecV".aga.fo?S any regulation party.•; : n'6'rnins'<p''i$*; any regi.-lar election .lieM'tiVo 3 prior lo Ihe eleclibn."uiKler" test." - '.' Judge Wood-ran-In "July- a independent-. . ' cij^i-ytte)huldci ind a hd; s pipe The idea is to slit a cigarette ai«f«>mpty -the. tobacco in the pipe which holds just n cigarette full. o! 1 the i jo tin to it^nt n ucn lu (i i 1 in 111 of'/.teef, "their iron r-j;ic:ut com hares favorably nnd they ar; in i-xpcpsive nnd hk'hiv i:ir.iitiou3. Other nu-nls bc:::tie i;-:sf ar made more upjHtfcun;; if lOinbinKl] place ot potatoes, try with raisins. Huislii sau:-^ with| sauce, ham is traditional '.W. srrdi-cl or: Ilaisin Sauce itallcr/i rr.isins can be .-wrinkled | One cup white sauce, qu . "These questions : "...rn!!%'jv>-.ad. : ''' ird 'erved with a French dress-!' !i:g made with orange juice. ;-' : " Th? sandwich fillings made with The largest motor lifeboat in the :Meil fruits are numerous, limit- world was constructed ;il Covves, (rt only by l\\". cook's Ingenuity. England. It is Gl feel bug. liu, The next limo you serve rice in cabin accommodations for between this raisin mother, Mrs. Joe Meyers, hnd olh- were aiven ijallco-.-.s as favors. Which was led by Mrs. Charles Evans, fvfesdnmes C. Corkran. A. Klmbrouglft J. Corkran. I. Mifflin and B. O. Wllkins. Fi'lday aflcrnoon tl-.e nietnbcrs of the W. M. U. met at the home of Mrs. H. A. Klmbrough for their mission study lesson. • • • The following' ladies were guesls of Mrs. Ha; es Gowen when she r relatives, nnd Mrs. L. C. Hinkle, of Los Angeles, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, at he Goff hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams jr., nnd Mrs. Charles F. Wood spent yesterday in Dyersburg, TJnn. Miss Jennie Wren Dillahunly, who Is ill from diphlheria, is better today. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Noble, of .Tonesboro. were In Ihe city Saturday on business. In the future Mr. and Mrs. Noble plan to spend half of their time in this city. Mrs. J. F. Tompklns spent Saturday in Memphis. Russell Buncn. son of Starling Bunch of Yartro. was rushed to a Memphis hospital in a Cobb ambulance last night. An emergency appendicitis operation was to be performed. Mrs. Herman Osborn, who has tccn al Ncttlcton for a week with her mother who is seriously ill. if, ot home for n short lime. She plans to return tomorrow. Thomas Johnsin a:ul Miss Dora Sciumes. both or Keipcr. -were married uy the Rev. I, j. smitli. Hoy Hnlucs niu: .Miss Mab'.e Clem both of Viiton;i. v/ere here. Magisu.i'.e W. P. llnle of ficiatcd. 5I5TER MARYS KITCHEN •or the Iniii v.irilf: Ij.ikiir^ svitft :ccllciit circc;. HoL boilcJ tongue ith rnhin sauce, bnkt-il .slutted cai't with rn:*;:n sni:c?. braised 1-2 cup 50 and GO 'persons, with loom for :fOO poople on deck in calm wcath- ler. *, cheese, 1-2 cup" : -'f ecdecl uoamccl raisins. , ' - : Add cheese- to hot while' siiuce !:ncj when mcllcil raisins. Duck Thief Killed REEDSBURG, Wis. (UP)— A rare . mountain eagle, measuring six and 1 vcr v:ilh I'.irin sanct:—these are ] Keep hot over hot \vnter il iiot ] iCxpciisive "i-t 1 v.oninvhile meat served at, once, ishcs lh:it owe much ol ihcir apulnrity to HIP .-5:11100. Add Iron lo Puddings Bread j:ticklings nnd rice p;id- igs become a means ol ;;auin'4 ?• li;>!f feet from wing tip to \vin: en to (he diet wtu'ii i^i^ins or tip. was s'tiot near here by Alfred '<trs arc included' h; ll'..:ir i'om- 1 Templin. "a jnijk dealer. When : uMtion. j first SPCII the bird hud a full j Many salads a:v madv more ap- grown duck in its talons. ^wine :tutl lioniLshins by the ac!- ition of drieri fruits. Raisins cickd (o I'.iiv vo^etfiblc stilads or niU salads increase their food r.iue. Prunes are Rood \viih a libl^sc saTai! and nrc often'coin-I itied \villi cream or coUagcclR-ese i nd n>it5. Dat^s make a delicate' alad stuflcct with cream cheese 1 PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS G. G. Gaudill - General Insurance 10B N. Uroadwuy rhone 797 Majyi •t,. ; s-.-^J. a tap na entertained n bridge party at her home in Osceola Wednesday afternoon: Mcsdaincs J. D. Hires. J. N. Hunt. Sam Dowen. Russell Bowcn, Jesse Brown. Clurlcs Miffliu and C. B. Wood. « • • Mesriamcs Alvln Wundcrlich. J. when ihc executive bo«d nr tbe]N. Hunt. Sam liowcn and U L. county federalion of wcmens clubs McDcarman shopped In Memphis will entertain, proceeds from Ihc Thursday, affair, which is lo lie 50 cents each. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Kimbrough Turner; Lu*pr», at the piano, and S»ra.;tiiu MeCutchen of this city 1 sjjng"ana danced "Pettirig In the PJ'rk". rl'ttrMlss Margaret Merrill at tpc piano. ;After snnpuncinj- mnners in the eotatest. .the "girls/ ft nt for a ride in the cablri airplane ifhich par- Udpated in: the';air circus. . • They sp?nt the remainder of the day in indtvldtfal-'imusements un- til'Uie croulllng" Of the queen immediately .preceding the dance at the city auditorium., .'• ' Mrs. Howard /-Proctor. crooned Miss Cross. Sfie was presented a silver loving'cup. Trie queen and her maids were Introduced, to'the large audience before they and their escorts danced the first dance. Mte Cross was with Edward segr'ives ol Luxora, Miss McLean with Hubert Doy|.e' of Blytheville. Miss Hafe with Mr. Johnson of Osceola, Miss Setwugh with Bill Sccoy of Blytheville, Miss Hires with ned Bonl- fivld oJ..Blythevillc, Miss SUllings wittt - Ssrrihiy Ridge way of' Hsyti, MUs-Wallace with Mr.(WlUIamj of will go to Ihe educational fund. I left loday for Tupelo, wlwrc thci D.iuglilcr Bo'm..- . ^fr. ami Mrs.; Charles Ulancliarrl aiiKoiir.r« ihe .birth of a ilaushter Thursday. Sbvemoer 0 at the family home. 501-Lumeralc street. The baby, who weighed eisht anrl a iftlf pounds', has been named Em- iia Jewel Blanchar'd. I!V SISrtit MARS' M;.\ Scrvi'o StalT Wrilrr Dried fruit of auy variety is an ever-pri'sent holp when conoir.y must lie qhcn l-i-.q cni'.'.iui-ratiuii iii plamiinn r..r.ih.. AfL-cniati- SITI;-- :shment at a ii-.iiiiiiiicii rc.-t -.is -.veil ;<s iilcre.is::i<T pnlatabl supplied ty th- rli-n-r use nt :.iis- ins. dates, pmnes. fi;.-. .Mjvicui.s and the rest of the- iliuii faintly. Raisins rsprr^.Sly L;;r L-I n^c brcausc the>~ require in ilininriry soaki'V: fo: scvc'r.i! Mcmlwi-s of Ihe. I.eaehvilb Par- •>•'•. <k> mo>t 0 , uir- o-.hrr cut-Teacher .i^uclatlon visited tliol li ' ult - 1 -- Ucr.uw ilioy ,-.ro r.n escci- cnt source- nf :-:mi:;u :.;ii;ar. :hcir '•wrclness r!r;:r.'.: : -'. ;ii.. nr.iotml ol i:gar nsitnlly i-sllrd l:r.- ir. :i v,'- Leachville Society — Personal Mor.elle P. T. A. last Tuosdav for an Education Week program, 'ihose making Ihc trlii were Mrs. A. E. fiohinson. Ihc president. ^Tr.-. !.. TJ. Iliibbard. Mrs. E. E. Byrd. Mrs. I,. G. Uycrlcy ami Mrs. E. H. Tabor. • * * Mis. L. O. Bycrley W.T- o>c:«: presittrnt of tho LcachviUn Civic Hospital Notes Admitted to the B!vthovi'.:c lics- >ital: James George. Senalh. Mo.: Bob : Mick. %'Cahitlicrsvil!e, Mo.: Shade Oven. Armorel: Junior Flec- man. Hotjiersvllle, ^ 0 . j 0c \,[(. n . dc'nhall. Huffman. attend the Mississippi State Baptist Convention. Mrs. J. N. Hunt, will return early in Ihe week after a short visit with her mother In Tupelo. Miss. Misses Charlie and Evelyn Scotl. and Pauline Scaton. accompanied by Bubby Scott oi Memphis, attended the Luxora-Osceola football game here Friday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Wundcrlich, Betty and Alvin Jr.. were in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. M. C. COO'KC. Misses Mabel and F.va Cooke and Margaret Moffclt shopped in Memphis Saturday. Other at a officers mrptiiiir lliiir-day. are: Mr.-. E. ni-ir'.i io tl-.e p.il- y <:.;ln->- nnci fi:r- i:;l: <lr?ri-r. Tl-.oir o Knds ,1-Vcar Mnxir 1'amlnc NEENAH. Wls. (UP)-When this city's three-year movie famine ended recently with tl:c opening of a new theater, the manage- —'nt was forced to pa-d "standing room" only sipns a half hour after the first performance organ. NYASSA. Ore. iUPi—Attempt- ing to drive a valuab'.r Jersey bull owned by C. H. Sargent, to pasture, David.•,pooE 1 p'''ked up a rock Midway /Votes ^fr. and Mrs. Rccd Ciowley visited friends nnd relatives at Ham- litoii. Ala., for several days last week. Mr. slid Mrs. E. M. McDonald, MUs Neva Williams and Mrs. W. O. McDonald ol Faycitcvlllc. Term... visited in Memphis a week ago Sunday. Mrs. W. O. McDonald rclnrncd to her home, at Faycltc- vlllc niter a visit with Mr. and Mis. E. M. McDonald. and. threw It at the animal. The! Mr. and Mis. Ira rock struck the bull between the: and Sam Walker visited In Ltix- .\ Byrd. secretary, anci Mi>. I . Alexandria, treasurer. I'ia:^ were (omplelcd for a benefit U;idge (•.arty lo be given in Ihc Ulythc- ville clubhouse Thnisd,iy. N'oveni- kcr 16. Miss Marie Alex.ir.oria lett Wednesday for Memphis lo vis:; her i'stcr. Miss Je^n Alexandria who 1^ attending sclioal there. Miss Dorothy Robii^oi: h| spending ll-.e v,cek end in t'ara-' go'.iid as the S'.icst ol Miss Mumle Antiis Rohbs. Saturday i-vnilng b'ks Hobinson will be rtitciT.iinrn nl a party by Miss Anna I-'ranccs Woods. Leon liyerley jr., and (ii aevix and Eugene 'later attrncieci the llieatcr at Paragonld this aflcr- roon. Mrs. E. H. Tab:r. Mrs. L c;. By- ciiey and Mrs. A. E. Robin^-n nl- ti'i'ded a bridje parly nt I>:t:Leonid Counlry clnb today. Mrs. Elite Byrri has niiur.cd hcme alter MH'iidhi^ a nt-rkuitu iclalivcs at Maniln. Miss Woodvow Mallhews appoar- cd on the P, T. A. program ftt Monettc Tuesday in a duo! with Miss Mary Elh-;. McCltnlock i The Lclchville hi?h school Tl-.t-y ;|.-|:1 stability of i!ish iion lo n h c-ploric value, i; lani. Onc-lout!!i weighs 1.1 oiiiK-es autl supp'.ir.-. (.'lories of profin. D of !.\! llri^iilri' r'lavor nf Uorls Ma^t of u.< use raisir^ In P'.idtiins-, ar.tl cukes li-ii ileyoul know lha: ho' buih-ri la,-:s L-.unj intei'i'st ;>r.!i i:vn\ldi' ex::.! 1:01;r-i islnnciu if si-rvc: 1 witi: a ,-ancp t 1 whlcli rsisu-.H IUUT t-^i ;!<Ulca?; "hi- Siliail .•.-..cciii'-s r.n..;::s :ir,- dr-- liciotis in ri'.hi-]- n !cir,o.-. or orange sauce. Tin; navnr of hai-.ib-,:— ncr.k ii greatly improved . AnB?rel, Miss Hutchlns with J, eyes and !t tell, instantly Xlllcd. I ora Thursday, open for November fall will Monday. of a finch- few and work MAN'S HEART STOPPED, STOMACH GAS -CAUSE W. L. Adnins «-.!.; bi'^.'ird so with gas that his hi-.nt often beats after eating. Aiii of all gas. ami now 1 thing and feels fine. KoUl in 131y llicvllle by city DH;^ bicre. «r;ulo A Haw .Milk Giiulc A Pasteurised Milk t'lioiie .1 CRAIG'S DAIRY mart! Drink ciiiisp fcrincnlnlion of SCIILITZ is completed nl the brewery—not in your slomncli. SC11 LIT/, is lircwril (o a split second —under scci-ct f H7,yinu coi'lrnl—the most scnsnlioiial dcvclopmenl in llio Jiistory of tlic, lirrwing industry. Tlial's why SCHLITZ in so good. It is ulicn euzymes are itnconlrollccl and pcr- mittrii to rtiu wild that beer makes you bilious and {caves an acid, heavy feeling in tlic stomach. Ii"s"sin:irr'lo drink SCHI.ITZ. It's n finislictl product. It's ]uirc. Your system can absorb-all the liciiltli giving pr<i]ipi-iic3 of. S (III LIT Z—' for it's-n-'predigcslcd 1 food- Ask you Dealer

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