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TUESDAY, JANUARY fj, </< Social Calendar '' WEDNESDAY'S OTENT8 .Bible study,, Church of Christ, ' meeting with'Mrs. B. F. Shelton, ' 2:30 P. M. ' / ' Mrs. ) Farns\\orlh Black hating Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, ,4 P, M. Delphian Study Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9;30 a. in. , *"Sudbury P, T.'A meeting at 3 ,._ p. m., following executive bonrd ~ meeting, 2;30 p. in. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Edgar Borum entertaining Thursday Contract club. ' "Mrs. Russell Phillips having the Thursday. Luncheon club: Town and Countiy Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clnrk, 2 P. M. - FRIDAY'S EVENTS American Legion Auxiliary meet- inu at hut, 2:30 pm. O. E. S. meeting 7:30 pm. .Thomason Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thomason, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, entertained Sunday vllh a, turkey dinner for 25 relatives from Memphis. Those attending lAvere: Mrs. J., E, Tucker, Mr. «nd Mrs. George Tucker, Everett Tucker, Mtss Shirley Tucker, Miss Marian (Tucker, Mr;. and Mrs. J, M. Corcoran, Floyd Corcoran, Mr. and Mrs., Hal Thomason, Mr. and Mrs. H.5-B. Covlngton, June Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf, Airs, Elizabeth ".late, Dink McGee nnd Mrs. Ida _Byrne. Osceoln friends called In 1 the afternoon. •* * * • • Methodist Women run Year's Work. The forming of a business women's circle, the flnnl plans for In- stalling the new officers In the - church service Sunday night, (he •announcement of circle and com- '"mlltee chairmen and the voting of a'sum for the church building fund featured tho meeting of the Wo' -man's Missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday at- ^ternoon, at the church. For the first time there be a business women's circle, whlih ,-AJll meet at, night, with Mrs. II. ' Lynn Wade to be in charge of the •group The officers for 1937 will be m- ' ^stalled at the church service Sunday night at which time the pastor, the Rev. H Lynn Wade, v,ll ^conduct the services. t " Mrs. A. o. Hudson, the nev, "president, announced that circle 'chairmen will ba as follows: i, Mrs W. P._ Brewer; 2, Mrs. Edwin ' 'Jones; 3, Mrs. Harry Kirby; Mrs. w. C. Hlgginson; 5, "Mrs „ Wade. '"'These committees will serve thl. - -year: Program, Mrs. w. J Pol ' lard, Mrs. E D. Ferguson, Mrs W. ^J. Slimton; Sacrament, Mrs Jack Bishop, Mrs. Algie Bishop ', Far£onag"e, Mrs. W. A. StiUcmor , Mrs. p. E. Cooley, Mrs A M ' Butt; Spiritual Life, Mrs. J. D Barksdale, Mrs. Robert Eberd , Mrs. A. C, Haley, Mrs. Wade; • , Investigation of poor, Mrs. W. H'. .Burns, Mrs. Charles F. Wood- So cial service, Mrs. Dwight Bon en ,Mrs. Jarrett, Mrs TigrUt; Line and china, Mrs M. G. Goodwn Mrs. B. M. Matthews, Mrs A N' B. Branson, Mrs J. W. Adams Jr Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter, Mrs. Ear Snyder;, Telephone, Mrs. c. S Stevens; Music, Mrs. R. p. pad dtson, Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs -• C. G. Redman, Mrs. Fred War „ ren; Flower, Mrs. FJton W. Kir by, Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Mrs. Geo Greer; Membership, Mrs w L orner. *It was voted to continue the cal endar plan for raising money th! year and to contribute 8,800 to th building fund Two new members, Mrs. Dan Buniin and Mrs. B F. Kigcr were enrolled -> ( ' Mrs. j. D. Barksdale conducted the devotional, from Mark 8 and reports of ojflicers were given Jewish Ladies Aid Meeting Postponed. The meeting of the Jewish aid scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed until January 13, it was announced today. Officers Installed At Lake SI. Meeting. Officers of the Woman's Missionary society .of the Lake Street , Methodist church for 1937 we re installed in .a- service Monday afternoon, at the church, with the Rev. M. H.- Johnston in charge The officers are: Mrs. George Di,. singer, president; Mrs Shelton vice-president; Mrs A. A. Hudson' recording secretary; Mrs. B B * LaShot, corresponding secretary Mrs. William Van Winkle, conference treasurer; Mrsv W. L, Green, local treasurer; Mrs. i\cram Morris, chairman social rcla- , tions; MTS..C. T. Shamhn, superintendent supplies; Mrs O J Rodgers, superintendent mission and Bible' study;, Mrs. M. N Johnston, superintendent publicity; Miss - Edna - Dean, • secretary •children's work; Mrs. Cole, Work Outlook agent. -.The new work for the year was , Plannedby_ the _2o members present- jnfli Mrs. Dlsiager In charge These, committee! were appointed , Flnancc^^lrs. .„ George Shamlin MrS,^Lafaje.ttc«'May, Mrs. John Styles,, t Mcs:''Pate,, Mrs. W. L. 1 P"-" 1 - i and; iMrs. . Guy Rodgers Spiritual Life'-.Group—Mrs. A. L Reagan, Airs. Goad and Mrs. Field -, Membership 1 -Mrs. 'John Ax - Mrs.^ Dean and Mrs. Harris. ,. The year book was also filled it Frequently Pays to Take N a Set at Duplicate Auction JIY WM. E. McKENNEY Secretary, American llridge League Sets of 500 points to save a vul- lemWe game usually are losing bids in rubber bridge. In duplicate, however, • they are a good save, nnd often bring a top on thn board, While even in rubber ' bridge 442 VK5432 • 1076 «*K53 #K10D5 N 4 J 8703 VNorie w, r VQ 10'JCi * AKQ85 w _ b »04 + Q1086 S + A2 Dtaler AAQ VAJ87 * J32 + J874 Duplicate— E. & W. vul. South West Not-Ill Kasl 1 V Double 4 * Double Pass Pass Pas'! Opening lead — ^ K. !i buch i>et may be justified In theory, it rarely works In practice; But: In- duplicate, where the valtia of a vulnerable gnme Is 500. points, ?lus whatever is scored for tilcks, it IsVchsy to see .that the net Is justified, If it prevents the olhei' side from going game. It wns Mils leasoning by Mrs Harold W. Sox, of Chicago, which caused her to mtiko ft very fine and brilliant bid on today's hand, played In the recent amateur national pair championship of the American Bridge League The auction was short and sweet Mrs. Sax, sitting Nortli, ickt only two kings, but she did have five hearts, and, she did fear a- vulnerable game." Perhaps the game contract could not be shut out, but nt )cnst It was worth n trial, and she did not believe In halfway measures. out with the first program meeting to be held next Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Dlslngcr with Mrs. Cole ns leader. Mrs M. N. Johnston dismissed the group with prayer. * - » Presbyterian Women Plan Mission Sludj. i ! A foreign mission study will be the thst gonl of tire woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian chinch in 1037. plans for this study were made at a meeting Monday afternoon, nt the church, when ihe goals were announced and discussions ghen of these Impending activities The foreign mission study will be taken from the book "Cargo Crosses" by Mrs. Kellcnbergcr and will be held from January 31 to Fcb- .unry 7 in n series of meetings which will be climaxed with a luncheon at Ihe church when the book will be reviewed In yesterday's mccllng, Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon read a poem and outlined the goals of the year for the devotional period, which preceded the business session. Luxora Society — Personal Naturally, East, with at least one sure heart trick and Hie ace of clubs, but with . a ;: racier weak hand to Jump into the bidding at Ihe range of four, decided to double, and the result is easy to be seen. ;.'•• \ - 1 South lost three 'diamond tricks to begin with, then. West, holding the spade king, , decided- to shift to the queen of cjubs. ; This,, was covered with the king arid the 'ace won. A club was returned.- 'i' , : Now Soutn drew, 'two: .rounds of trumps, leading first /toward the king, nnd, of course, finessing ; the return. She then led another club, and now it did not matter. She could lose six tricks In all, making a set of only three tricks, or 500 points, and_- the :'brllllnnt bid resulted In a top, Instead of the average, which would have followed lincl East and .. West reached Ihe spade ^ame. Toddy's Contract Problem South Is playing the contract nt four hearts. East wins tlie first trick 'with the 10 of spades and returns a- spade, After eliminating clubs arid spades from North and South hands, declarer leads a low diamond toward his king, which wins. Should West ."echo" by ploying the jack uh:'der the king? : : *AJ3 '•'. •'' ' '\ V08B3 + Q9G3 * 1 P S , * 8 5 4 M * K Q 10 7 VQ.10. w :p '-G :. •» JZ -i w F »7 *J87C i> •,••:> A 1074 ,.•12 Dealer A ADS •S- v - * 92 .-•:•V AKJ'542 ••vV- «ksb ' + k Q • .. • E. & W. vul. Opener— 4 0. - SolUlion In next issue. 5 . " ••.; ••.•••. . Stcele-Cootei: Society,— Personal; Huffrnan-C'aiudy -; ^ Anhoimccmeht ls:",bclng inade thlsHvc'ck of .the mnrrlagc .of Miss IVfaxirie Canady to Anws Huffman. The ceremony was ' performed In CamUiersviile by. Justice of Peace Elliott- on ••December 12. The . bride . came . here about six months ago from Wlllliunsviile Mo.,- as nil operator for the Lov- Lee Beauty shop. \Her graduating from the Wililamsvlllc high school she took a course in beauty culture at the" school of Cosmol- ology In St. Louis. • Tlie c bridegroom ' Is the son of Mr. and 'Mrs.' J. M. Huffman prominent 'residents' of the Maplewood community. " He attended high school In , 'sickle. Honorary pnilbcarei-s at the funeral for Paul Wright Sunday aftemon at the Cooler Baptis" churcii'.were Mike Ricidick,, Orvll Hiill,'. Clyde Bargcr' Jennings Alio!d, .Lawrence Coieman, nnd Ted McClure: Active pallbearers wers Floyd Wngster, Tom Crawford James Reid, James Terry, Joe ,Az bill and. Johnson Darbcr. Flowe Bits of News Mostly Persona! Dr. Maurice Lyons Is vlsltln In Memphis for several 'days. Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Tucker,-o Montlcello, Ark., have moved her and are at home in Hie Eato: apartments.- . Mr. Tucker Is dper Mis. Walter Uosenllinl has gon to Eiidora, Ark., to spend a v wit!) ; relatives: : Mr. and Mrs. M. T.. Moon an Mr. . and ' Mrs, J. in Memphis Norris Moo Sunday wit' Mrs. W. P. Cooley who Is undei going treatment nt the Mctho dlst hospitnl. •Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe is In Mem phis! to'dny with her sister,- : Mr have at the Methodist hospital. Sh will probably Ije ablo to ledv the hospital Thuralay or Fr day. .-'.-' Mrs. Joseph A. DeCarr, of Richmond, Vn., Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. G. Seal, niul family. She will be here: several weeks. ' . ; ChSu'lcs .S. Lemons left ./last night' foV .Chicago, where" he will ciiy furniture for his store. 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. -O. Cy Langston and' daughter, Miss : Adele,. returned • yesterday from Rulcvllle, Miss,, where they visited relatives. A. B'.;..Fa|rfield Jr..•'is'til' from pneumonia nt his honlc. ••''•' Mr. ami Mrs. C. R. Wroten, of Cleveland, O,, arrived yesterday to. spend several days with Mrs. Wrotcn's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C, Litngcton. • 'w. H. Stovall attended n meeting of funeral directors of four southern states in Memphis yesterday. He. Is n member of the Arkansas state board. ' .. ; . The Rev. Harmon Holt, formerly pastor of the First Church-of the Nazarene, and now in the evangelistic field,-is conducting a inept- ing' in Fulton, Ky. '••.:'Jil' Mr.:nnd Mrs. Oliver Perry Barber were guests of Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. G. W. Dillnhunly, yesterday before going lo Pocah'qn- i ins,' Ark., for n stay while Mr.,Bar| her attends lo business. Before Her recent marriage Mrs. Barber . was Miss Jean Dillahunly. They have been on a honeymoon to Knijs'a's Clty'nnd points of Kansas nnd .">V(ter. being, in pocnholas, will live hero: '.'.,' ' x '.'Mrs. Mriry Phillips Robinson lias gone to Fort Smith to be with li'er i les'received in a motor, ncc'ldcnt [several, weeks ago. - : . .'.Mrs. Murray Daniels is recovering from an operation for appendicitis performed Saturday at the Blytheville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. w. C.'Gates left today. for n vacation to be spent in old Mexico and southern Texas before'going to Mount Pleasnnt, Tex., where they will spend most of the spring. They returned here December 1R after having been awny for several months. '"'• rrcsbylcrlan Circles Meet. Mi's. w. R. Dycss was hostess to circle number 2 at her home yesterday afternoon with Mrs. 11. 0. Bryan lending the Bible study, An nouncement was made that the 60( cook books compiled by the society were'off the press and will be put on sale immediately. A miscellaneous shower of gifts Including games and books, was presented HUle Bobby Dyess, who is confined to his bed with a hearl ailment. • Circle number one met with Mrs. A. W. Bowcn with the Bible stury leii by Mrs. George Edrlngton. Methodist Society Installs' Officers. Mrs. S. M. Hodges, retiring president, was in charge of Instal latlon services for the new officers of the W. M. S. in the cluircl parlors yesterday afternoon. The devotional study from Reve lallon was given by Mrs. H. 0 Moorehcad. At the business session Mrs. G n. Segraves, the ncsv president, ap proved Mrs. D. Fred Taylor jr. ns program leader for the "World Out look" meeting next Monday. Mrs. J. F. Relnnilllcr was en rolled as a new member. Christian Workers Meet. At the meeting of the junior clr cle of the Christian Workers ii (he home of Mrs. R. M. Fletche: yesterday the Rev. Louis Snunder: discussed the advantages of combining and co-ordinating all thi women's • organizations of tin church into a Woman's Counci and following the plan of worl laid down by the National "Woman's Council. Mrs. c.;B. Young was appoint cil cliainn'an of the program com mitlee. FA- the next few month the subject outline, "The Pageant of a Climbing Race," will be based on Africa. . The 'senior circle met with Mrs. J. C: Simrlocki W. M. U. Hiii- Business Meeting. > The thirty members of the Bno- tist W. M., U.. meeting for the fii'st business' session of ; the New Year atlhc church yesterday, heard a complete resume of the work done In cacli department last year. Outstanding was trie work of the Personal Service chairman, which included 103 visits in interest of the clnireh nnd Sunday school; 122 visits to the sick in homes niul hospitals; 50 to strangers and unen- llsted;- 03-Bibles and-gospel .tracts distributed; G cases of flu .nnd'3'of pneumonia nursed, and 3 foodI and clothing showers for needy 'janii- Alrs. R. H. Jones was: elected stewardship chnirmaii, and Mrs. C. M. Horton as Sunbeam leader, assisted by Miss Cora Hogah" New 1937 year books were given to all officers and chairmen^ Mrs. George Deer, mission study chairman, announced an all-day study class and covered dish luncheon to be held next Monday at the home of Mrs. D. A. Siler. Mrs. Deer will teach "Tho New Why and How" of W. M. U. work. Mrs. Ira Davenport was enrolled as a new member nnd Mrs. Mary Craig was n guest. H. E. Pcrmcnter of Noxapatjr Miss., has accepted a [losition with tile Osceola Lumber company. Bruce Ivy is attending court at Piggott this week. O. L. Creel, who has been connected with the Home Lumber Co FLAPPER FANNY —3 BY KCA6ERY:C£, I' "But, Baby! Military scliool would give Chuck .-i fine carriage." "l'ii r;ithcr he'd btav jt liome andjjcta roadster." and their, niece, Miss Doris Fishor W. M. Taylor and daughter Prances, R. H. Roblson, B. R Jones, and Miss Margaret Robisoii attended the Sugar Bowl game In i' New Orleans. - '. '.•'.• Misses Willie Ralpli Ferguson, Louise and Willia Mae Moore re- Sturned to the beauty school at Jonesboro after being home for the holidays. J. D. Hightower Is visiting his brother in Memphis. Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. "Doc" Harian were New Year's day guests in the home of Mrs j G Bourland In Blytheville. E. Walker Reeves and his mother stopped for a short visit with W.. E. Pigg while on their way to Fayettcville, where they will make their home. Mrs. o. E. Corley suffered u rail attack last week. Mrs. R. o. Hay is critically ill fter a stroke of paralysis. ilillington, Tenn., and Miss pi>a°l i° W ? ° r . Mem P»ls were guests over he holidays of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Montgomry are vising relatives and friends n Long view, Miss. Misses Juanita and Etta Mildred Lowe spent the past week In Mem- mis, The announcement of the birlh of a (laughter to Mr. and Mrs. .. 3tto Koehlcr of Dell was received i Saturday morning by friends and ~ela lives. Arkadelphh, spent Saturday nnd Sunday here with Ills sisler, Mrs. Inez Short. Mrs. E. M. Jnffe, Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Silvcrfield and lieu Bluestein spent the wcskfentt with their •}spectlve families in Memuhis. Miss Betty Love of Memphis was he guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Boyles Saturday night and Sun- •ny. The Rev. L.. H. Davis of Wilson and the Rev. E. L. Cole attended lie monthly meeting of the Mis- issippi County Workers' Council at Tell yesterday. Mi-, and Mrs. Floyd lusrum of Memphis visited Mrs. F. If. Sang- ter the last of the week. Mrs, Parks, of Trumann, Ark., McClure, Elizabeth Huey, ytrgic was a week-end guest in the home Travis, Frances . Vaughn, Fldrell the,Rev. and Mrs. L. P. FIcm- Pounds/ Corinne Gillmore, Lena ng. Miss Catherine Tennyson has Hudson and Leila Rlddick. troop 38 Elects Officers of troop 38, of the Bly- past year, has accepted a ... u mrouiiB .uav. mijiih iiiuy me; position as yard forepian for the Melvin Hnlsell, junior assistant H ame Builders Supply Co. In Mem- scoulmaster; Hnrold Dozlcr, senior p hi s , al ,d will move his family trier? patrol leader; Russell Fair, scribe; j a n 15 William Gcurin, troop quarter-, Charles J. Johnson of Shelby master. ' ! Miss., visited friends hero over the There was a talk on "First Aid weekend, for Cuts" given by Hnrold Dozier Mr. nnd Mrs. Blackwood Moore and benediction. Hl>lse11 lcd " 1Q returned to Vnnndalc after spending ten days with her-sister, Mrs harlic Thomas. Tlie following students have returned- to their schools after spending the holiday season homo folk: O. C. Driver James Yawning is a distinct benefit to nnd daughter, Camilla, returned to their home in Chicago Sunday after a visit of two wesfcs with relatives here. of Charlie Billingsley LUXOKA, Ark.— Announcement has been made of the mnrringe of . Mlss Orlena (Babe) Hires, daugh- ______ a human bsing. It tends to restore | Mrs. Nathan Weinberj; took hei the equilibrium of pressure be- small son, \Varrcn, - to Mcmplii. twcen air In the middle ear and Saturday for medical treatment. outside air, and often produces a ' Tom Short, a student in Hciv feeling of relaxation. , ] derson State Teachers college a Slate; Misses Jane Wise, Patricia u.vora md Pat Danchower, to St. Cecilia SO ii of' Academy, Nashville; Roland, An- ley,, nisi Mid' prim, 0 ™ 11 ?. ° f r C^"*" 0 ^: place Friday night, December"^' Mitt Clarence Crawford, Columbia nt the Home of the olTlclatlnj ,,,i n . Institute, Columbia, Tenn. Isle.r.ul.e Rev. Mr. Coon: patlor of Q Sl a ^ m e!i c<1 Wrc-rBJPtht church, at Cardwell. . " - "-—.-- ivi v»nimii; t aim tt days .shopping in St, Louis. oOPanifeould.. Mrs - Bllllngsloy lnakc thelr homs social set of Lux- of school, and a vocalist, having np- ttmes over WREC CO H f " encc ° r Ch ^ ree ' com - a vlth her parents. Mr. and Mr Mr GALION, O. (UP) — When fire , destroyer) the $300,000 plant of the ten days Perfection Burjal Company, the concern announced It would pay had its-,125 employes a bonus of full until work can be found for In other burial plants. Mlff UnMr«n Hn Mr. and Mrs. Prank Craddock, and M, mid Mrs. R. c. Brswil Osceola. At one time, Cardinals were a ,r »UJ e0 ,T c blrtl United States, TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lanit* & Loans E. M. Terry, Pros, and Mgr. I'honeCIT Blylhcvillc, Avk. BRAND NEW TONIGHT* presents a sparkling variety program "WATCH iTHE FUN GO ' AL PEARCE~A;KID HIS GANG A new orchestra. Guest url- isls. Lively music. Songs ihn.t sing in llic hearl. KnlcrUiin- men I thai will nu-k the air. DOJI'I miss Elmer Ulin-l, the low pressure salostnan—;inil olhers—-if you can stand laughler ihal hurts. Also listen (o "Universal Uhylhin," wilh Hex Cliiindler am 13-piccc orchestra on Krirtay nights, al S, over WMC rUQCUAMS OF THE FORD AND t,t^•COL^.XEPIlYR HEA1.KRS Society — Personal Bernard's hospital in', : Jonesbon yesterday. He' Is suffering with heart- ailments. J. J.'' Downin 'is ill at his horn Mr. aiid Mrs. • L. E. Moblc' spent Sunday in Jonesboro. Miss Alberta Koonce entere the Beauty Culture school ii Jonesboro this morning. Miss Zora Miller of Horncrsville Mo., spent the week-end with he oarents, Mr. and Mrs. John E( Miller. Reiser News Royal Arch Meeting The Royal Arch Masons will meet Thursday, 5 p.m., at the city hall, when there will be degree work; it has been 'announced by Floyd White. Read Courier News Want; .\di ?J -- *j^'"n~jr ; 1,1. i^m]r.M/iuc, 111., spent 'the holidays as th^ .guest of Mr', and Mrs. w. W.'• Watson-'sr., Fred Robinson'.left'- Tuesday t< return to Riverside' Military Acact' emy at Miami, Fia. Mrs. Jessie Ridenour and dau^ti ler, Kathcrinc, of ArnioreK !ilv Mrs. w. B. \vallace of slireveporl La., were Christmas guesls of Mrs R. H. Rciinsoh. Miss HeJen Moore entertained New Year's Eve. with a watch par- Dr. niul Mrs. V. n. Fox return- ty. i" her home in Keiser. Sue Kl'.'lb 1 Little Rock after spending .Gwyn. Christine Turner, and Dpris the .'Holidays with relatives and Fisher were guests for ttie'riiglit. frienfls here. . • My .^Stanley, of. Eanll^kce. ^Gnrland Staufill, who underwent an appendix operation recently at Blytheville hospital, Is reported belter. Robert Killinn. who has been confined to St. Bernard's hospital in Jonesboro for several weeks, was returned lo his home -in Manila and Ls reported improving. Misses Anna Mae Vcrmillion and Mnudlne Meachamp have returned from, a- visit at Cnve -City, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. M.. L. Downing and small daughter, Ivn Adelln, left -Sunday morning for Little Rock, Ark. They plan to be gone - week. George Ballard was taken to St. checks COLDS and FEVER first day Liquid, Tablets, Headachy 30 Salve, >fose Drops minutes Try ••Iluu-My-Tlsin"-Worws NUNN PROVISION CO Host Linimcnl Distributors .,, UNS 'B4MHI r THE lEinns of EMU UNE"THE JSswiR il t TtH VJORO SIHTEKCt • OMi WORD TO R 11NE CT^T^.. -L......I.,-,!, - SUITS G5c PRESSES 65 c HATS 65 c PRIZES: 82.5(1 1'cr Week Cash Also 2 Suits Cleaned FUEE! lliuo AftOVt WIU BE (VWARDtO ffla \VKH Vrt JUKE 10 Bt HOSTMtURAri. Htmir w> MT/idCTiy! soiunoNS.Miu.- tO OR BROUGHT TO bS VMln^ 5 O^YS. DUP11- .CAU Aw;TOS ,0 IUNG CO.VTtSTA.ST 5. AHttOOV .MAY COMPETE IKCPT OUR CMPIOYHS, IT IS fiOT SiCESWRY TO L'AnE ANY PURCHMES. 'USt fORM ABOVE OR A SEPARATE SHEET. WRI1E YOUa UAMt ••••N f~^ot^ pi MN L y. Oood I'rompt Service WINNERS OK I'liEVIOL'S CONTEST 1st Prize: Mrs. Evelyn Sliritz 2nd Prize: W. E. Head, Luxor.i Peerless Cleaners CHERRY AND FRANKLIN PHONE 162 "JCel IU Cteo/vt i£ FOqrd 11 . . Yield quicker to the •AiPoultice -Vapor action of VApp.RUB Everything. For Ymir Entertainment 'and' Comfort $175BfikN!GHT Last week Mrs. .1. M.' 1'owcll ms4 called for the $150.00—But she \\\&f. .not present—Making. .BANK DE-' 1'OSIT tonight $i7f)'.00!'" ! ]\ —ON THE Charles Laughtan as "Remfcrandt" Tiic tragedy anil comedy of. ;i SCiiiu.s'. Charles Laughton (ops his screen career as one of the world's greatest painters. Also -Selected Shorts Admission— Mathice—10 & 2Cc Night—1C & 30c Mile West in "Go Wesi Young Man" With Warren William, Randolph Scott and Alice lirmly Also Paramount News anil Comedy —Admission— Malinrc—10 & 26c Night—1G &• 3Gc. Adin.—Always 10 & ZSc—io Tax Show Kvcrv Ni?lit Slilinccs Friday, Satunlay, Sunday trltlay ft Sunday' nlntinccs—2:15 Saturday JHatincc — Continuous SlioKinj — i;00 Till 11:00 T, M 2 Adults AdmlKrd for 1'riec of 1 All Children—lOc MAXJUlKHABDfS-pnKl NIGHTS DREAf Also Selected Shorls

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