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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.i! COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1913 MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian Church, meeftas, 2.30 o'clock, with Mrs," John Durham, Woman's Auxiliary. Pirst Presbyterian Church, meeting In Circles, 2 30 o'clock Circle One, Mrs O W. Dilaliunty; Circle T»o, Mrs 2al B Harrison; Circle Three, "Miss Emma Kate Richards Circle Four will meet 7 301 p, m, with Mrs. W. C L'ggett Woman s. Society . of Clirklian Sen ice, First itethodtst ChUrch, *lll have Its regular program and social meeting, 2'30 o'clock »t church. Women's Guild of Pilgrim Lulh- cian Church wiil.meet 2 30 p m at home of Mrs Paul T. Pruess llnee Quads Club meeting with Mrs Cljds BUnch Woman's Missionary Union, First Bapllsl Church, will meet, > 30 o clock at ' the follc-ulng homes. Circle One, Mrs Alvln ; Huffman, Circle Two, Mrs Ted,King; Circle Three, Mrs. W. J. Wuiiderllch; Circle Four,:Mrs.' Ivy'W. Crawford; Circle'Five..!Mrs.';J. •F.'McFall::Circle Six, Mrs. .•-.-Richard Robinson; Cirde^Scveh,: Mrs. N;'Brleham.. ' Woman's', 'Missionary ' Council, First ' Assembly... 'of; God Church, meeting 8 p. ril. : ' ' ,'.-•'• Woman's i Missionary Union, Second Baptist Church, meeting Uth Mrs. Beiilah Lloyd.' Woman's, society "of Christian Senicc, Lake Stieet Methodist Church,. meeting •' at- church ; 2:30 '" '" TUESDAY S EVEN IB Tuesday Bridge Club will meet Hiked eggs with Mrs. Joe .Trieschrhann. when prepared in Mrs ,Hennan Hoflinan entertaining 400 Club Dourjle.G Club meeting with Mrs Albert K.'Taylor. Mrs H S^Schmuck wll enter- lain Ocla'Club'. ONE .Club meeting with Mrs Albert Harris WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS "viis R E Van Hooser entertaining Three Table Club Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs R L. Stockett A. D. C. Club will irieet:wllhiMrs; J. FnrrisiMcCaUa. Mrs Francis Jackson * entertaining C B C Club Wednesday Contract Club meeting witli Mrs John C McHaney B and L Club meetllig with Mrs. J. T. Hickmah. Toftn and Country, Club meeting with Mis. C>G! Cnudlll. THURSDAY'S, EVENTS Mrs Bsron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club ' Tiiple Table Club meeting »Ilh Mrs Charles Gndlng Mrs; Paul -Jobe will entertain Club Eight , Mrs O E Keck will be hostess to Thursday Contract Club Mrs H L Wylte Mrs'Loy Welch and Mrs : F. li. Engler: entertaining Mid-Week Club at W>lle home Nutritious Egg Dish v «: Bits of News Mostly Personal Harrison llle" School chorus [ire- ceding the address by Dr, R. 8. Fields of Memphis. A certificate of merit was awarded the health week commlttcC'-M 1 Hie excellent results attained iltii- )m; the 1042 health week, Cllnlc.s, usually held during this occasion, were not, held this year us nil the Negro doctors and dentists arc attending the imnmil clinic lit TuskeBCo Institute, Ala. Manila News iienls, nutrition-; -.mil nUi'iiclIre lilllc t'(irnfl:iki' rii|j- mcal-sululitule dish, Mrs. N. J. Nlell or Knst Prnrlo, Mo.. Is tiio ijui'si of her daughters, Mrs, Cieoi'BO SIIMwcll and Mrs. I). C. Freeman and their airtilie.s Mrs. Clcorge Stlllwrll, Mrs. n'. II. ;awlpy, Mrs. C. T. Kheiman fir.. Mrs. Ililiy Green nnd Mrs. C. M. iuxter spent yesterday In Jone.s- joi-o, attending the district con- erciicc at tlii' Woman's Society of Christian Service, I,:d:c .Stra.-l klclhodisl church. Mrs. Gene Strickland has gone o Oklahoma City to lie with Pt'L-. Gene Ktrlcklund who Is .stationed there. Mrs. J. D. Uarksdiilc, Mrs. James 1)111 Jr., Mrs. Charles Wyllc. Mrs. n. p. Guy and the llcv. nnd Mrs. K. H. Wllford attended the dls- ,1'lct incetlng In Jonesboni yesterday, ol the Woman's Society of Christian service, held nl the Methodist church llicro. Mrs, Wilford, who Is district secretary, presided ill UI!H meeting and Mrs. 11111 nind(! one of the principal addresses. Mrs, Nelson Myer slm returned to her home In Columbus, Miss., after n visit with he rparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. HrlghniH. Mrs. Mary ullxublh Oylesby, Junior clerk in United Stales Employment office in Jonesboro, has been transferred to the Forrest City Office. Mrs. Onlrsby is the The Kastrlgland Club was licit nl the home of Mr. and Mrs. n. P Wilson, Thursday afternoon. Thej made cheese and soybean loaf. The 'I-II Club met at the Misses Olflcc Wednesday, al which time plans for Baldening and the canning of their own food were made. Mis. A. T. Thomas is visiting her husband, Corporal Thomas, stationed at Mobile, Ala, Mrs. Charley Key-Is Ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom England. Mr. and Mrs. mil Wamble announce llic birth of » son. The baby has been named Bill Vance Wamble. Thomas Wamble of Wilson and Miss Mcrlinc Nhtt of Dyess were mauled .Sunday afternoon. B. AND I'. W. Cl.im AIKETR The Business mtd Professional Women's Club met Tuesday cvc- ilng at the homo of the president, Mrs. Agatha Wife. Two additional delegates, Miss Jewel Williams and Mrs. Donald Mugce, were elected to attend the State Convention in Hannibal, Mo., April n-18. Three alternates were also named, Mdmcs. Daisy Martin, D. P. Randolph and Daphon Roland. Miss Nellie McClanahan will attend Ihe convention as a member of the Slate Board by being the Sixth District President. This Is a War Conference and a "Victory Luncheon" and "United Nations Dinner" are planned for Saturday. National guests will attend the conference. Including Miss Margaret Illckey, National First Vice President and chairman of Woman's Advisory Committee on War 'Man Power Commission of St. I,ouls, Mo, Mrs. Lavonla Lnttmcr. finance SKCONI) HA1-TIST CIIUKCH l,:mge School <J. W. Archer, pastor 10:00 a, in. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m., Morning Worship. Subject, "The Lord's Way." 7:!iO Union. Baptist Training 8:30 ]i. in., Evening Worship. Subject, "Only Believe." 8 p. m., Wednesday prayer meet- Ing. chairman, gave each member $1 for a "Make u dollar earn a dollar' plan to increase the funds in the treasury. New memlKrs present for meeting were Mrs. John Tillman SECOND BAI'TIST MISSION W. K. Ilanna, Supt 'J:45 n. m. Sunday School. 8:00 p. m., Hapllst Training Union. 8:00 p. meeting. Thursday, prayer FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main and Seventh KeV. S. li. Wilford, pustor 9:45 a. in. church School, U. S. Branson, supl, Mr. Max II. Held will speak to the Men's Uible Class. 10:60 n, in. Worship service. Sei 1 - inon by the pastor. Special music. C:45 p.. in. Youth fellowship meet- Ings. 1:30 p. m. Worship service, Sermon by the pastor. Yon arc Invited to attend Ihp services of this church where :x welcome awaits you. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKKVICKS Woman's Chiiiliousc MIC W. Main "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?" Is the subject ol the Lesson-Sermon which will be.read In all churches and Societies of the Church "f Christ, Scientist, Sim- day. The Golden Text Is: "Cod be tills I merciful unto us, and bless us; cmmcii OF IMMACULATE. CONCTIl'TION' The llev. J. J. Thompson The Iti'v. Amos II. Ijiilcilin Sunday Masses at 7:1)0 a. in, and • 10:30 a. in. Holy Hour for boys In service, 7:30 lo 8:30 |). m. Movena in honor of our Sorrow- Ing Mother. Friday. 1 30 p. in. ' Weekday Masses at ii:it(l n. m.i and 8 a. m. . Instructions Kor The E^y Purchaser BY M ItS. OAYNOK MAl>l>«X NBA Staff Writer Eggs are IOD per cent food. Hut .hey need care and Intelligent sl 1 - cctlon. Buy eggs out of a refrigerator, -Don't spend 'your money for eggs which have been exposed '" n wiirin store or In sunlight for hours, because they deteriorate rapidly unless well refrigerated. Hut them In your •'own refrigerator the moment you get them home. Wipe shells with n rough cloth If they arc dirty. Don't wash them In water, because water will remove the protective film on th«' shell. Store them In the refrigerator nwny from mvy strong-smelling foods; eggs absorh odors through heir jx>rus shells. Crispy liakec! Decs (Serves 0) < c One lablespobn melted butter, spoon sail, dnsh of pepper. Pmir bntttr over corn flakes and loss liRhtly to distribute' butter evenly. Arrange corn flakes to form a nest In each section of the greased muffin pan. Break eggs care- lully. .slipping one Into each nest-. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake In slow oven <U25 degrees F.) 20 minutes, or until eggs are firm. To serve, loosen with knlft and lift out gently onto plate. This may also be baked In greased baking dish. I'lacc corn flukes in bottom of pan; make six depressions and break an Into each. Serve .with bacon or corn, link^s, y . cjigs, '.'• tea- cd for putter.- ham. Cilr.py llnlicil KBKS With Cheese Mix 14 cup grated American cheese with corn flake.s nnd butler or sprinkle on lops of eggs before baking. Crispy Tomato naked KSBS Place I tablespoon tomato ketchup or 2 tablespoons tomato sou) in eacli nest of corn flakes before adding eggs. BHCMII drippings may be subslllut former Miss Mary Elizabeth Robinson of lilythcvllle, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes returned last night from Washington ,1). C., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Josiah S. Fort and family, While there, Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Fort visited hi New York City. 1!" route line she slopped in Atlanta, am! ainsvillc, C,a., where she visitci cr daughter, Miss Nanny Hughes ho attends llrenau '.'lullegi; there Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs oberl Porlcr of Detroit arc ex icctcd lo arrive tonight, for a vlsl n Blythevllle where they foriucrlj ved. Mrs. Porter will be guest o K AND L. CLUB MEK1S «ITH MRS B BAII.ARD ,' .The B. 1 and -I^-Club met Wednesday night with Mrs Bciitiice Boswell•; when -Mrs. Trma . Ballard and Miss Corine Wadlej wre fruests High score was awaided I 'o Mrs.-Ballard aiid Mrs. C. D. Kettmger won low The 'hostess >.served.- a .dessert course .with 'iced- drinks Ior'-re- frpshinentij ' * *< t MRS TERRELL HOSTfcSS TO G. N. B.ABRIDGE CLUB Mrs Jimmy Ttirell entertained members of the G.iN. B. Club Thursday, afternoon",.at:; her.! country home on rHighway. 61 South. Guests ;for the. af{«rhoon included: Mrs.-.Don'; Edwards and Mrs. Ray. Waters. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Stella Davis for bunco high went to Mrs. "Edwards and-low to Mrs H C Blankenship The hostess served' a'sandwich iplate' and Iced tea. |Keeping Up i With The Men In Service C. T. Shnmlln Jr., lias arrived safely in North Africa according to word received by his'parents. Mi: and. Mis. C. T. Shamlin Sr. Scrgt. C. M. Baxter, has notified hi5-mother, Mrs. C. M. Baxter Sri, mt he lias arrived safely in North frica. Pvt. Jes.se Davis is now stationed t Forl 5111, Okla.. in a cuninm- leatlons school. Alglc Jackson Bishop Jr.. sea- nan second class is stationed at Joslon, Mass., awaiting orders foi an assignment to a torpedo boat school where he will lake an eight | News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Marie News A goal of SIOO.OOO has been sc or a pie War Bond sale at Ma ilia to be held Saturday after loon. .April 2-1, according lo a nnouncf'menl made by the Ma ilia Lions Club committee. Previous ptc-bond sales in tin community have been very success 'nl but since Ihe quota for bom ,s much higher this year, it hoped that the people will con prepared to go over the top, 11 committee announced. The Rev. A. J. Gatlln. dlstri superintendent of the Jonesbo District, will begin a serifs AUSSIONAUV VNION MEETS: There were 21 members present Vcdnesday afternoon for the regu- ,ir monlhly meeting of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society. Mrs. lohn Caddy presided In the ab- ence of the president, Mrs. Chas. Don-oil. Mis. Clyde Lonon had charge of the Royal Service l>rogram. Mrs. J. 11. Liiten gave the devotional and Mrs. Gage Knight, Mrs. John While ind Mrs. R. M. Pierce assisted Mrs. Lonon In presenting the lesson for study. •Mrs. Pierce, secretary, gave a summary of the quarterly report and general reports were given by other officers and committee chairmen. and cause his face to shine upon MISS. MI-ADAMS ENTERTAINS Mrs. Felix McAdnms of Braggadocio. Mo., enterlained for members of Ihc Eight nt Two Club Wednesday evening at the home of Mis. Bob Ciailhcr. Mrs. Glenn .Tinsley held high score, Mrs. Ed Tillman was second high and Mrs. C. p. De- Iloff bridgoed. The hostess served a variety of .sandwiches, and coca-colas er parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A ynch, aiid Mrs. Pollard will be uost of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Hull, nd other relatives, ami Mr. and Irs. Samuel P. Morris. They are laking their home In Detroit while Captain Pollard and First, Ltculen- nt Porter arc stationed there with he 'Transport Command Division f the Army. 'Mrs. 1'Yed Copeland and son, Don, iavc returned li'om Hayll, Mo.; vhere . they spoilt several days as guests of Mr .and Mrs. Eiirl ^rs^m'iey^Hcft yesterday '«> -as given an attractive sa,a< for her home in Caldwcll, N. J., iftcr spending some time herewith icr father. C. J. Crane, who has been seriously ill. M.r. Crane is and Miss Swan Naylor. t * » Harvey Mac Morgan rclurned Wednesday from St. Louis where he had gone for an examination at Jefferson Barracks. Mrs. Chas, Dorroh left Monday for Moberly, Mo., where she attended the .State W. M. U. Convention. Mrs Dorroh is president of the local W. M. U. and of the-District W. M. U. Miss Mary • Blanche Grceiiwell Maytl, Mo., for several years bookkeeper al the Southeast Missouri Compress there, spent .Tuesday in this city visiting with friends prior to .her departure for Cedar liapids, Iowa, where she will enter basic training for service in the WAVES. Mrs. Margaret Coker, Mrs. James Grlndstnff and Tommy Cokcr l?fl 'Monday for Memphis, where Mrs. Coker went for an eye examination ;d Mrs. Grindstalf returned to her ork there. Childs Berry, Jr., left Tuesday nornlng for Columbia, Twin., where le will re-enter the Columbia rtiliiary Academy after spending iree weeks here at the home of his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Childs Berry. Mrs. Nathan Dunn .of New Castle, nd.. arrived Monday for a few ays visit with her sister, Mrs. ack Johnson and family. Mrs. Dann nd Mrs. Johnson went to Memphis 'ue.sday to visit with their brother, M Adams, a patient in the Vet- irans Hospital there. Mr and Mrs. Ted Richards and us; that thy way may be known upon canli, thy saving health among all nations." Psalms 07: 1-2. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is Ihc following from the Bible: "I, even [, am he that blottctli out thy transgressions for mine own sake, ill not remember thy sins." TUESDAY AFTERNOON Cl.im MEKTS , Mrs. John Martin entertained for members of the two table Tuesdaj afternoon Contract Club. Mrs Goldie Fisher and 'Mrs. Harry Ridg IJa'' were guests. Mrs. A. P. Kersey held high scon o inecllngs Sunday al Method! Church of Mnnila. Mrs. Mary Mitchell and Mrs. .John Boarden will be in charge of music and wish nil people in .surroundinf! territory, regardless of their faith, to come, it was announced. • • ' iiuch improved. The condition of Mrs, E. M. Bryan, who was taken lo Walls Hospital Thursday lo be placed in an oxygen tent, is unchanged today. Mrs. Elinn Armstrong, who rclurn- :l 'llinrsday night from n Memphis hospital, Is improving. 11. llighfill returned Thursday night, from Hot Springs, where he spent several weeks taking tbe baths and resting. weeks course in Seaman Bishop patrol Irnininj. was graduated Miss Cendona Huejvwlll leav April 17 for New York city for si weeks training period - in the SPARS. Feb. 22 from the Great Lakes Naval Training School, His brother, Phillip C. Bishop is taking Ills preflteht Iralning, as an aviation cadet, in the Navy Flight Preparatory School, al Nor- ronl Slnlion, Natchilochcs, La. Both are former Courier News carrier boys. When riraeling friends, native Indian women ol Ilollvin lift their hats. Pocket gophers use : ,their pockets for carrying food, not for dirt. . ' Read Courier News Want Ads. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted- Alfred West. city. Hobby Enrl Koonce, eily. Dismissed Mrs. F. R. Rule and baby, city. Illytlirvillc HospHal Admitted— I,. T. Wood, city. Shirley Fay Ingram, city. Dr.vu! McCnnn. Luxora. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Admitted — Mrs AlRor Allrcd. Joiner. et. The bridgn award, body pow Icr, went to Mrs. Glenn Vmidivor tnd-.thc [-nest prize, cards, went 1 Urs. llidgley. Tlie hoetcss served a salad an :les>:e]'i "plate with coffee. Isaiah 43:25. FIKST I'KKSBYTERIAN CHUKCll .lames A. Overhnlser, minlsk'r Sunday School 9:45 a. m, 'Morning Worship 11 a. m. Theme: "The Mind of Christ." Text, Phil. 2: 5. Evening Worship 1:30 p. in. Sermon: "Give us This Day Our Dally Bread." Fifth In scries on the Lord's prayer. Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsals: for Handel's "Messiah," Monday 1:30 p. m., and Thursday 7:30 p. m.; Ilegular rehearsal Wednesday 8 p. m.; Junior Choir Friday 4 p. m. The Adult Choir will present the "Messiah," of O. P. Handel, on t'alm Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. You are cordially Invited to attend all of the services of this church. 1'II.OItlM I.DTHlvHAN CI1HKCH Sixth and Walnut Itolicrt liifl, lusiin Divine services. Sunday at 11 a, in. The sermon topic for the d:iy will be: "Beware of Kulse Prophets". Mutt. 7. 15-23, Sunday School at 10 a. in. Mid-week Lenten services Wednesday evening at D p. m. The topic of this last sermon will be: "Shall I'Crucify HimV'Kv- cry one is cordially welcome. On ralin Sunday, April 18, four children will be taken into the church through confirmation. The public is invited for this impressive service. Holy Communion will be celebrated on Easter Sunday. Ill/ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4!30 p.m. Vlrs. Virgil Davis spent Thursday n Blytlicvillc, Ark., attending to justness. Mrs. Edward James arrived home Friday from Sheppard Field, Texas, vhere she had spent the past week with her husband, Edward James, who Is in the Army Flying Corp stationed at that place. Mrs. Tommie "Upton and dnugh- :ers of New Madrid, 'Mo., left early this we^k Iqr Abalinc, ,Tsxas. where they will join'Lleiiti'Toniniie TiptoiY' Mrs. Felix McAdnms of Bragga docio, Mo.; is spending this week here with her husband's mother. Mrs. M. F. Wilkie. MUS. CHITWOOD ENTERTAIN* .Mrs. Hendrix Chitwood was host ss to members of the .Bid and Gab Club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charlc.s Manning was a guest. • Mrs. Clyde Harper was high score]- for the even ing and receive^ Coty's Dusting Powder. The rooko award, boxed chocolates, went to Mrs. Leon Scott. Mrs. Manning was presented Pink Clover Talc by her hostess, Mrs. Chitwood served sandwiches, moulded salad, cake and iced tea. CHURCH NEWS OSCKOLA PENTECOSTAL Kast Hale Street The Rev. T. I/. Lewis, pastor Sunday School. 0:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. in. Sunday evening evangelistic services, '1:45 p. in. The public is cordially invited to attend these .services and to worship with, us. CHURCH OF CHRIST Wesi Main Off Highway fil Oscar L. Hays, minister Bible Study. 3:50 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. in. Subject- "New Testament Church." L H. Fielder of Lcpimlo, Ark., will lie licaid over KLCN 2:30-3 p.m. Preaching at 8 p. m. Bible Study and song practice at 8 p. m. Wednesday night. Everybody cordially Invited. Saturday Behind the 8 Ball with the Itit-/. Bros, anil Carnl liruco. ft Shin! 'rof/rain To Climax NefjroHeaU.il. Week\ Observance of National Negro ealth Week will climax with a chilli program nnd movie at Carr's Tcmpls on Ash Street.tomor- nv afternoon at :i o'clock. The program will include a talk i "Nutrition In Wartime" by lary M. Banks, local home dcm- iistration agent, and "Health on le Home Front: Victory on the Var Front," by Alcim Wiley, coun- • supervisor of Negro schools. Music will bt furnished by ihplwsnt to a drug store for refresh RI.EANEKS CLASS MEETS Mrs. S. C. Steplian, teacher of the Gleaners Class of the Baptist Sunday School, entertained for fifteei members of that class on Monday evening. She was assisted by Mrs Ruby Llinuaiigli. Mrs. Melba Erwir and Mrs. Dorothy Clayton. Mrs. Ralph Ennis presided at Ihe business session and the class agrcei to redecorate their Sunday Schoo room in the near future. Following Ihe meeting the yiou thtct utmtl husbandry," phullnj, sowing,'reaping, grading and packing ol "••• vMoaften (or the ."Victory:Vacation". Land Army will learn lo drive' Our Years Of Experience Total 50-- Because of (he loni; experience and Kympalhplic qualities of our personnel, they are able lo give a more iiiidrrstniidiiif; reiviiT. The funeral home, Itself, v.:is founded SO years aco. r.xpei ienccd people liavc joined us ,'iiui' then, but the total experience of all ni us adds up lo 50 years. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Hates Sturdy, pastor 9:50 a. m.. Church School. 10:45 n. in. Sermon: "Jesus Came Ho Jerusalem." 6:M p. in., Junior Fellowship. 1:00 p. m., Senior Fellowship. 8:00 p. m., Evening Worship. Wednesday 7:45 p. m., there will e choir practice and priiyn mct'l- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF C.OIt CHUKCll If. E. Simms, paslor Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, II a. m. Radio Program, 2 p. in. 'Chrlsts Ambasadors, 0:45 p. in. 3 raycr meeting, Tuesday and Friday 7:45 p. in. BINGO WEDNESDAY April M, 8 1>.M. American Legion Hill SPECIAL PRIZE 15Lb«Ham Ailinissi.nl Only :i5c Continuous Showing Knl. 1 In 11:30 She knows all ab -potions and Lovely Mof/ons / ill Junior Sponsored 1'y C'lianilicr nf Commerce FREDRIC MARCH VERONICA IftKE I'aramount News & Selected Sborls ROXY Bargain Nighl F.vcry Night Except Saturday. Iin\ OfTkc O|icns l!:4"> Show Starts 1:00 Continuous Shows Sat. uni San. COBB FUNERAL HOME 1'hrmc Funeral Insurance ; Ambulance Service Saturday South Santa Fe with Roy Rogers ami Cicorsc Hays Serial, "Overland Mail" No. !), and Sliorl. :00 lo 11:30 Smart Housewives are sending last Siiring's clolhiiiff In us for dc.insinf anil renewal - - - Modern mclhoils and expert woi:.mi-n assure fintst work! FOR HETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BBTTER DRY CLEANING 418 STEAM LAUNDRY Fox News and Selected Short*

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