The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 15, 1933
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BLYTgEVILLE; (AKK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMREK. 15,. education chairman. Alia Simmons gave a reading. U was decided to give awa Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bits o/ Netcs Mostly Personal Thanksgiving as been (he custom for several.years. Proceeds from Ibis -will go lo Ihe tuition'fund for a high school girl sponsored ijy the. group. County-wide sponsored by County Federation ol Women's clu&, Woman's club, 1 o'clock: Woman's auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, week ol prayer meeting, 2:30 p. in.; at home of Mrs. W. 4. Dobyns, Bible" study, Church of Christ, Mrs. S. L. • Webster hostess at home on Soiitn Division, 2:30 P. M. '•"'< Mrs. Matt Monaghan Jr., entertaining for .Mrs. Spurgcon Patterson, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, week of prnycr meeting, at church 1 p. in. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Promised Land home demonstration club haste's? lo county councl at Woman's meeting. club for luncheon Miss Marguerite Mason Weds Mr. George Gish >i-.. ' . The marriage of Miss' 1 Mnrgucr- -. Itc Mason and "Mr.-i George Olsh was solemnized at six o'clock this morning at the Immaculate Conception church. . A pink arid white color scheme prevailed in the ' Chrysanthemums In t 8 ll t o P li. ? ll b' B decorations. these two shades. filled floor baskets at each side of the altiir nhd the Prie- Dieu, upori which the bride and bridegroom knell, was covered with pink roses and white tulle. Father J. J. Thompson performed the ring service followed by nuptial moss served by Egbert Jarbo. The attractive bride wore n frock, fashioned in a suit effect, Of brown file crepe which was trimmed in white silk picnic. Her 'accessories were hi rust. Her only attendant was her sister, Mrs. Fred Child, who wns dressed in a model of maroon rough crepe. She wore black accessories. ••'"'. . Dr.. Child was- Mr. GIsh's best » rrian: • ' • Due to the recent death of a sister of Mrs. Gtsll and Mrs. Child there were no guests at the ceremony. A wedding breakfast was given by Mrs. Child, at her home, when she had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Gish, Father • Thompson and Egbert Jarboc. The table had a center decoration of n crystal basket filled with yellow and lavender chrysanthemums flanked with lavender lapers in crystal holders. - The three course menu was served by little Misses Barbara and Rosemary Child. .- •-•».-'•• i ....' iff. <Ssh*ancPhls bride Immediately 'left for ;a motor trip to Little Rock and. Hot Springs. After TDecember First they will be at home in the former L. G. Moss an Women Have Flrsl MMllnj 'Hie first of a scries of prayd meetings tills week, to be give: by the Woman'.s auxiliary of Uic First Prcsbylerlan church, was a Ihe home of Mrs. C. D. Wills latt Tuesday alternoon. Mrs. C. M. Qray was leader o Ihe ihcme "Confcssloii in Prayer and she was assisted by Mrs, nil Dolan who played the piano and Mines. U'sllc Hooper, Vhglnl Keck, U. 11. Allen, Ross '.Steven, and Wills who",>raycd. O * • Miiric Oh rosl k '0iii>d One Week Tlic meeting of Ihe Music department of tlie Woman's club has Seen postponed from Friday of this week to Prlday, November 24. • * * Sou Horn Mr. and Mrs. Addlson Smith announce Hie birth of a son last night at their home on Kentucky avenue. The baby, who weighs six nnd a half pounds, has been named Addlson Frederick Smith. • * • To Have Box Supprr There will be a box supper at (he Half Moon school Saturday night. 7:30 o'clock, for the benefit of the chinch fund, t « • Cluli lids (Ju'csls. Mrs. Lloyd sllckmon had eight oiher friends In to play bridge Tuesday afternoon when sl'.c en- lerlalncd the Young Matrons Brklqe club. The guests were: Mines. J. P. Mclntosh 1 . jr., Charles Perry, W. D. MuChirkiii. E. H. Mason. T. G. Seal, Matt Monachal! jr., and Spurgeon Patterson anil Miss Dorothy Whlt- lon. In ihe games Mrs. Crawford Qrecnc won U'.e club prize anil Mrs. Mclntosh the guest award. Bolh received hosiery. M?- 'to'V . Uamljy lias vcturiirU fronr, i S|)rh;gneld, 111., where .she vibllcd \itr '. daughter-, Mrs. Law- ronce fiurns. Mrs. Roy Wallon accompanied Mr. Wnllon to Little nock ycster- day where they will spend two days. Mr., nnd Mis. IL. HUCftllbV, of Jackson, Miss., left yesterday for (Ui)h"llomc after lia'vlng been here wilh Mr. Culler's brother, D. M. Culler, who died-i Sunday' nlyla. Mrs. -..iiyda Shupurd-and' Mrs:- Lou- :lse-fflcks, 'Ofi St;' Louis,-'sisters of Mrs. Cutler; who "are ^Iso 1 '- here, will renialn-'for'a' longer- i: stay. number, of other people.from:Par- asould who motored over yesterday for Ihe • funeral returned home last night. Mrs. Frank Ilrghfill. who has been 111 several days', was laken lo Memphis yesterday where:she was lo undergo tin operation for np- peiidlcilis lodny at Ihq. Bapllst hospital. Mrs. H. Hlghmi 'accompanied her. , . ll. a. Andrews, of WUkesbarre, Pa], ip In the clly on business for a few dny.s. .. . Dr. J. A. Sallba altcndeijVan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat, medical society meeting 1 ,nl , Memphis last night' nnd!'vUilcd Ills son," 'Albert, who Is at Dapllst hospital recovering from an operation for append- Ical abscess. Albert, who Is 0 years old. was Inken to the hospital a eek ago Monday. His mother is llh him. Mrs. Ernest Halsell and children re visiting relatives in New Al- anv and Pontotoc, Miss., this cek. Mr. Halscll returned hoir.e ast night after driving them own. Albert. Lane, with seven members and l\vo visitors present. The Jou Wafers' 1 : family visited Mrs. Walters'/sister at Half Moon Sunday. • > • • Mr. and Mrs:'John Ledbctter have Hie sympathy of the community In the dealh of their son. Munsey . Lcdlx'lter. EXPECT LEMIII 5 SMS leaders widely known ministers will also partkipalo in the program. Among these will be: E. J. Ku-kbride. Datesvlllc; Victor Colln:an. Fort Smith; Perry f. 'Webb, iPine Blulf; George DcLauglitcr, home, 226 Davis avenue, they have purchased. which Mrs. Gish, who has resided here for two years wilh. Dr. and Mrs. Child, formerly lived-at Joriesboro where her family has long been identified Witt} affairs o[ lhat city. She is a musician of-note and when in Jonesboro was organist at the Catholic Church. Following Ihe, anouncement ', of her engagement $hc spent a .week in that city where'she was the guest of hbndr at a number of interesting parties, . ' ' •>)'••! Mr. Gish is in the building contracting business here. • • * • B. Y. P. I); Training ' School is 'Started. > A B. Y. P. D. training school Is being conducted at tlic Second Baptist 'church this week which opened Monday evening. Thirtyr five enrolled tor the firsi, session. The Rev. J. L. Newsoni. pastor is conducting ; the inlcrmediate manual,--' Mrs. Nevsom the junior manual, and ' J. P. Friend, president of the,-county and state B. V. P. -U ; associations, is leader of the ; book. ."Senior' B. Y. P. U. Administration''., HarWI! F>'mily-'; is. Complimented. The-Rev. 'and Mrs.-;. Alfred S Harwell and • 'a'rii ily '.w ere g iiests of honor at" a 'party 'given by HO ol their friends Monday evening at the. First Baptist church. Thcj left Tuesday for 'Brbwnsviile. Tenn where Ihey are to make their home vhile the Re' 1 ?, pastor of Ite ' there. A pear salad wns served with tuna fish sandwiches, date roll asid colTce. • • • Knlrrlalns Club. Members of the Tuesday Contract club nnd Mines. A. G. Little and Max Miller Jr., were guests of Mrs. Harry Ktrby yesterday afternoon. The hostess used chrysanthemums to decorate her living room. A luncheon set went to Mrs. Hnn- tcr C. Sims for the prize. A salad course refreshed the two tables of players. , *~*\f,-^ -.* -^ * " ftaSy to AitencP luncheon Tomorrow. .- A large number of prominent club women throughout the county will be here tomorrow for the bridge and rcok luncheon to be given by the executive board of the county federation of women's clubs at the Woman's club. Proceeds from the party, which Is to cost M cents, will .go lo the educational fimd. There will be prizes for all tables. * * t Royal Neighbors Have Social iUcctinc, Tile' Roynl Neighbors had a social meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. J. b. Foster on Broadway in special complhnenl to Mrs. Uicy Ayres who is moving to Cooler, Mo. She wns presented a gift. In a brief business session Mrs. Bright colors grace the smarles wardrobes l.licsc early winter dayh Wool Irocks iii brilliant shades ar jusl what you need to wear unuc a tiombre colored winter cost. A one-piece dress of soft gra wool Is plaldert In chrysanthcimm gold stripes with buttons coverc with gold wool running all the wa down the front. It has four pock els, Wrly wide, straight, sleeves, gay yellow knitted nscot and a ye low suede belt.'. Puxico News E. Lobley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Qj anl Catherine of YoUUg iy. Broll'.er Plnkston were the _, . ' ni n i t t? ' i Baptists Planned at bort Loble yucsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Powell. Steele Society — Personal Orncic Cdhnell spent Monday night with LCorn Prllcr.'anl. There will lie a pie supper at Number Nine Friday night, with a prize for the prettiest girl. Everyone is invited. Mayme V. Julian of here and P.uil Collins of Plat Lake were quietly married Saturday night. Lcora Pritchard and Tfcelma Grear spent Saturday night in to'.vn ns the guests of Mrs. Olan Allison Grncle Council spent Satiiulaj night at Number Nine visiting-'her unc'e and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatly. Wilsoft », *. Sbciety — Personal C. G. Hires, vice oracle, presided. Sandwiches and coffee were serv- 2d. * * * C.onj-SIekay Mr. and ^^rs. H. McKay, formerly of Huffman and now. ot this '"" announce tlie marriage of daughter, Agnes, to Mr. Oliver H. Long, of Si. Louis. The marriage .was solemnized at the Saint Hose Catholic church of St. Louis with tlie Rev. McGlcn, pastor, perfjriiiing the ring ritual. , Their only altehdanls were Miss Angela online. Long and Raymond Val- Mr. Harwell ; i Baptist church T. H.' Hayiidirirfade the presen- " ' ' taliori Mrs. Harwell.^ the Rev.' and given a 24 iVare by.- the guesU.:,,Mmes.<; George M. '-'Lie, Russell iFftrr'alid' Paul L Tipton sshg several numbers and Miss Hazel Sample read. An Ice course was served. • * * Gives Party. •Miss Constance Smith entertained ten of Miis Helen Harwell's ,.:Thc bri(le, who lived here unlil a year ago, has been making her home in St. Lonls where she was employed by n beauty shop. Mr.. Long attended the St. Ix>uls college ^of. Pharmacy and is. now connected wilh a Walgreen Drug Store, there. • • • • Sons llorn " Mr. and. Mrs. C. A. Joliif. of Deering. Mo., announce the birth of twin sons .this afternoon at the BlytV.cvillc'-hospital. A Junior Public Speaking club has been organl?ed here with Miss Vlrgle .Rogers as sponsor. The following officers have been elected: president. Mary Howard Suit; vice-president. Mary Hill; secretary, TJulh Shaw; reporter. ••Florence Weslbronk. •. '• • * « - 1 • The Future Farmers of America of Wilson high school have elected; liie following officers for ihe coining year: president, Paul Blake;' vice-president. Dicky West- bro'pk; -secretary. Claude Shaw; treasurer. T. L. Sires-tor; reporter, Milton Cllnlou; watchdog, Kyrus Streetcr. - Pal Rowell and Bobby Koblnson. are new members. The local P.. F. A. boys Initialed Ihe officers of the Kclser chapter at a special meeting Ihls week. * * » An Indian MuMcalc will be given by the music department of the Wilson high school Friday night at' Ihe school nr.dcr Ihe direction of Miss Mary Symonds. The Junior Girls tiler club will sing the canlalln. "The Childhood of Hiawatha." which will be dramatized with the following characters: Hiawatha. Slimy Winford: Mokomis. Margie \Villi.nufi: lagoo. Nelson Gray. Indian dances and songs will be given by Ihe Senior ^Netlferland News Mr. and Mrs. Mark Troutman and 'Mrs. Trout man's niece. Miss Essie Si>enccr ot Hayti, visited in Poplar Bluff Sunday aflcrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Muthis and daughter. Mnrratla, visited Mrs. Matins' sister and'family. Mr. nhd Mrs. iMclzgcr,- atf Dry Bayou. ' i'. T. Cook aiid "Mr. Fiini'i of St. Louis were week end guests of M. Rowland. . . Troiitmnri .was the guest, of 'James Newman last Monday night Proceeds of the raffling, of » ..quill by a c)ub here, given by the Courier NcwijMast. week as S332.45 were $32.-)5. The liltle daughter born last ,vcek to Mr. and, Mrs. Gerald Icadmnn at their home at. Cooler ;as teen named Mell)a Jean. Mrs Roadman, who before her mar- age was Miss Beuliih Wright, and ihe baby are doing well. Tlie Woman's Missionary society mel Thursday,hi the home of 7\!rs R. C. Slcele. Jr., in observance ol prayer week. There was a. large altencinncc. Mrs. Lillie Michic and daughter ITifs Imogene. shopped in phis Thursday. Gilbert Broivn and children re turned Thursday to their Iioin near Cottonwood Point after sev cral days visit wilh Mr. Brown' on, Elwcod Brown, due. lo th ,i:dibn illness of liltle Don Browi who was taken suddenly"ill will' spending the v>eek here. He not much Improved. Mifs Kalheime Jones, who has rren employed al Holland, returned to her home nt. Cootcr Wednesday Misses Mildred Overture, Ruin arpcr and Edi:a Wright, who' at- returncd lo spend the week-end wiih Ihrir i3arents and allor.d Ihe Armistice Day celcbra- liou at Blyttieville. ' Little James . Aimer Ashcroft, who was seriously ill, is much improved. Smith. B. Y. P. U. lenders from five talcs will speak ai the annual late convention of the Arkansas B. Y. P. U. nsscciation at the mmannel Baj-.tist church. Fort Smith, November 3(1 lo December "Meet Arkansas RaptLst Youth" s the slogan tnken for Ihe meet- r,g which .is expected to be attended by 1350 Baptist young p:o- Wardell News Shiloh; Springs; Roy E. Hurst, .Hot WeslmorelaiKl, Mohtlcello; M. L. Mos'er, Little Hock; Ben L. liridgcs, Little Rock; E. S. Elliott, Paris; Lee Nichols, Booneville; L. 0. McCracken, Newport. Gayle Hplcomb, Hot Springs, is to conduct the singing which will l>e a feature oi the four day meeting. J .P. Friend, Blylheville, president of the. .shite group, anting^d the program which v/ill deal with such themes as "Mow May Our Eauiist Youlh Meet Problems aiict • Chnngh;j Hightower News Mr. and Mrs. Troy Rainey visit-1 ed Mr. iinrt Mrs. W. W. Simpson | near. Dell Sunday. Miss M»ble Fondren of the Bly-1 theville hospital visited her i>ar-| ents here Sunday. Mrs. Everett Petty and children! visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I Frank Pelers, near Luxora, S:\Uir-1 day night and Sunday. Mrs. Ed Cooper has had as herl guesu her mother, .Mrs. Gary, whul eturned last week to the home ofl mother daughter, Mis. B. FowlerJ icar Luxora. Everett Petty, Chnrllc Peters and| id Cooper made a business o Memphis last week. Opportunities of Ihe state. They Nashville, Tenn., U. secretary;. p!c lliroughom will also hear J. E. Lamlxlin, coiithwlde -B. 1 E. E. Lee, Dallas. Texas, south- wide B. Y. P. U. field secretary: L. W. Wiley, DuQuoln, III., slate secretary of Illinois; T. H. Farmer. OKlahcma City. Okla., state secretary of Oklahoma; Mrs.' T. H. Farmer, approved worker; Dr. Will C. McClnng, Wichita, Kansas. In addition ro the. K. v; P. U. World?", Christian -Wimt Youth Part Play Sliould in Our Country's 'New Deal'?", "How May Ouv Churches Utilize lo ths Fullest the B. Y. P. U. as a Means to This Eml?'. and "How Does Christ Empower Baptist Youth for Baptist Opportunities?". CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks nnd appreciation to our many friends who remembered us i kindly since the loss of our business and home. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cranford. Thousands of women! say that Cardui seems! to prevent much use-T less suffering at month-] iy times. Sold at drug stored G. G. Caudill General Insurance lOli N. ISroadway 1'honc 137 . is " At the tip 1 'o! a lion's tail is ijr.all. liciny r-pui: at our: time, it VMS believed that the animal^ 'spurred" himself into fiction with' this appDiuiag.?. Troy Calt of Kclser was ihe giiest' Sunday evening of Miss Myna Oarey. Miss Dorothy Vining is in St. Joseph's hospital with tousilitis. Vernon Ashley has returned home from Mississippi. Mrs. Vertle Ashley h jiving a birthday party for her daughter, Venie Louise, this wee;:. ,;.• Louis Evans" of Portersi['.:•>. Mi-s!.' as the wcek,-end guest o; ilurley [ill. A number -.from lftr>* attendee) lavlow's ch'cus at Joiner ^nd Ba3- eit Mond.\c nnd Tue5c!;iy nights. Glee Club girls. By popular request the Torn Thumb iwcdding which wns given several weeks aso will be repented following the musical?. Poplar Corner Mr. and. Mrs. Wheat nni* children •'•visited Mr.«. Wheat's parents ntjBlj'thtville the past week ' ' end. Denton News r.iost party- intimate friends Saturday evening with at her ., suburban home. Mis sHanvell lett " Tuesday to." make Tchn., her home. Brownsville. In games played Miss Elizabeth Burnetle... won the prize, bath salts. Ites -Harwell was showoV- ca:ivith-lianclkcrchiefs ffom all tile giiests.'- : -'• A plate lunch was served. • • » Easiness Women Study Educalion Miss Martha Jean Winburn was the; principal speaker at tire mcc> ing of the Business and Professional Women's club Monday evening al the Golf Hotel. She spoke on "Alms of. Education In a pro- Brain led by Miss ^Laura Basscll, Misses Mavis Hcatlicock and Audrey Cowell spent .Thursday in Cape Girardcau. Miss Grace Reynolds returned to her home at Ridge'.y. Tenn. S.U- urday aflcr a few weeks visit uilh Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynold. 1 : Wilson Longacre and iloyt Smothers spent. Sunday at 'Ktnnett. Misses Jeancttn Ccoptr. Kathleen Fiske and Ganel! Weaver ol'Steele wer£ guests Sunday-ol L'hllip Rob- erlii . • Misses Audrey Coweii, Vainic Far"• and Edna Wright wero riiesit' balurilay night or Miss Iris Longacre MibS Edna Wrislil o! Caix 1 Girardeau was the week-end i; of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. w Jack Connelly ol Dcering Sunday with Harold Rhode:. Mta Mildrcrl Hnrto:i ••irnt s-!ii-| day with Miss.Vtka I/-s!ci- .if Hj'-l land. : Jim. geymore. of : ;.Dell was li tills cpnimunlly Saiirday. Mr .and Mrs. Aflcti Holt outer taincrt ^' tn a l»unji nipper and parly Friday nicht., : . Mr. 1 and'Mrs. George Farley ar.c children. Frances and .loc. spor. the week end nt'Dc;i visiting Hiial Perry' and 'family. Miss Bertha Johnson and lie brothers. Virgil.'Herchel and Fred of LcachvUle. attended the part' at Ihe home .of Mr. and Mrs len Holt Friday ntehl. Mrs. Wallace Kin? w : is callc Al Sunday to H'.e bedside of her fa Ihtr.' Wiley Hutlon of Manila, wh Is seriously ill. Parker "Osburne visited In BU tl-evilic Saturday. Eanford Toinlinbou i> .spendin (Ills week at Roseland vislling: and Mrs. King, who formerly live here. School will oiwn here -Novembe 27. Lone Oak T\'cws. 'Brotli'e'r Pinkslon cf llo'.hiul. Mo., ll!cd Ills regular appointment here Everyone is invited to atlend Sunday school i\ext Sunria;.- inarn- \K at 10 o'clock. TV ere will be a s'jppor at the church Friday night. N'ovci.iber n t which a cvui'.t will be v\^n away Scl'.boi opened l:Cre Mciday. T Rev. . Nlr. ' Lerf.y Diade tl-.:- openliig " ' i. jnl .cx Davis is sick. Kr.vnces McLedfi rcimiio;! ]-.oni Monday from a week's ^ :sit wit relatives at Havti. Mo. Mr, and Mrs. Bert R;chards:ni and children of Hayli vuitcd relatives here Sunday. . . Mr. and Mr;. Haney Mart ot Cornell visited . here Sunday. The Missionary Secle'.y Mon- rinv aften*cVm at the l'.on-.e ot\Mrs. . •j-.y -. • i C*. )ne Sure Way to End Coughs and Colds Persistent, coughs and colds lead serious trouble. You can stop nem now with Creomulsion, an mulsiticd creosote lliat is plcas- nt to take. Cieonuilsion is a r.ev." v.edical discovery with two-fold tt-tion; it r.oQthe.s and heals the ullamed membranes and inhibits ;erm HtOwtli: . Of all' known drugs, creosote is tc&gni.'cd by high medical authoi'- .fie.s a,s oiie. o ( the .gienusr. heal- ,ng aRer.cico for persistent coujlr, 'itid co'.ds and oliier forms o] tliroat troubles. Cveomulsion con;;'.ins. in addition lo crcoioie. other l-ealing element? which scothc and l-.eal the ii:fi'c:ed membr.incs antl i!op the irritation ar.d intlamm^- tlon, while the creosote ROCS on to '.':iC stomacli. is absorbed hr.o llie bicod. and atlncks the scat of the (rouble. Crcornulsiou is guaranteed .Mitls- fc.ctory in the treatment of por- fistcnt coiifilis e.nd colds, bronchial o^lhmi>', Iji-onchitis. and is exccllcr.i Tor builclm? no ;he sys'.em aft?" odd? bv fitr.' Your' own druggist b jr.ihorlzcd _lo refund your tnoii'v/ j uii tlie siwt if your eoii^h or ro'ii I is not releived by CrroimslMon. Adv. About a oiiir'"'.' HKMOIiUHOins (VllcM cured without Ihc knife, bkln cancer, v.iricoscd veins, tonsils removed non-surjically. DKS. MK? and X1F.R - IMTi.r :,M ^I.iin I'lmnr '.is K«9 DECEMBER FIRST RAILROADS In Western UnitedSi&ies COMINQ HOLLYWOOD SHOWBOAT I'rcscnlinj; a :i Ad C'omwly- Diama uiul Viiudcvillc Barf idd Landing Inv. \ov. .16 Slc;im in the entire territory west anil north of Clik-ngn. St. l.otiis and tlio Mi?sif.*ippi Kivr.r tlirou^li lo tlic Pacific Coast, includiii!! .'il^o all points cm certain rail- roarls in IlIinoiF, Mis;i:sippi and llio wnslcrn parts of *( Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee. Alahama and FloriJa. ^.' SLEEPING AND PARLOR CAR CHARGES REDUCED Tlie new bases of f.irea in effect every day beginning December 1st between all rioinls will »c -is follows: TWO CENTS A MILE, each way. for fborl limit round Irip lickclf, "001! in all classes of equipment— 44 2-5% reduction. T\VO C^:^"TS A JIILE for one way ticket?, gooti in coaches and chair cars—/? 2-5% reduction. T\VO AM) ONE-HALF CENTS A MILE, each way, for lon K limit round trip tickets, good in all classes of equipment— ,W f-1",' reduction. TIlIlEIi CENTS A MILE for one way tickets, good in all classes of equipment— 16 2-3% redaction. Every Travel Comfort — New Economics Thc^o drastic oil* in "il fares provide new. low rofls in I ravel the existing Jiixiny, comfort and high standards of service will he fully maintained. Ask Any Agen t for Detaih

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