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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 5, 1934
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£ AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE,' (ARK.V COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY- 5 1334 Is Bride, With Parly ; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holt wire Sqests o(. honor ot a shower party given by Mr; and Mrs. W. H. Stov- lill Thursday evening. Before her jrecent marriage Mrs. HoH was Miss 'Annie-Lee. . \t. Twenty jfuesls attended the af- ifalr at the Stovail Iwmc where |Buncp_was played. .Mrs. J. G. Barnes won handkerchiefs for Indies' high score, C. D. Holt rfcclv- •f& sox for'men's high scoie, Mrs. g C, B' Holt was given perfume for .the traveling prize and the men's 'low '-score award, handkerchief, !ient to J. S. Baker. 1" An : interesting assortment of >'gi(ts were presented the bride and [bridegroom. . . A chicken salad course was serv- i'ed. • / » • * •I'Club EnttrUlncd • Members - of the Mld-Wcck {Bridge club nnd Ihc Thursday , luncheon club were giicsUs o! Mrs 'H. H. .Houchlns and Mrs. Harr) j Kirby yeslcrday for n luncheon '-and bridge game at the Kirb; •:home. A' two course menu v"-« 'served at small tables. •: In lhe card games Mrs. j. 'Leech won hosiery for first prize : "Mrs. B. A. Lynch received napkins "for second high and Mrs.- Byror • Morse von a breakfast set for thi ];'cut prize. i* Has Bridie Ijinchcon >* Mrs. Max Miller jr., entertalnci "eight guesti for lilucheon Tlmrs . Ij'day' at her home in Ihc Shan it apartments. •••' After the serving of a two course "menu at one o'clock bridge '^played, Hosiery was won by Mr ,..\V. D. Chamblln jr., for lhe hlg i.-scorc prize. i>: * * • I) Attend Anniversary ,. Tarty at Caruthrrsvllle '; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens nnd • 'son, Coleman, and Farmer Eng'.. land, atlcnded the dinner party j'given by Mr. and Mrs. John Saw', yer sr., at Caruthersvlllc, Mo, i-Wednesday evening in compliment ' •' to the first wedding anniversary of ''Mr-and Mrs. John Sawyer Jr. •: Other guests were Mr .and Mrs. •"Jack Hopke. Mrs. Hopke being the ; : ; former Mis Mary Frances Sawyer. '~_ Pretty, pink and white decora- !~ lions were used and this motif i predominated In the three course •' menu served. Osceola Sopely — Personal Proper Timing Provides Against Unfortunate Break U. D. C. Members Entertained by Club al Wilson Tl'.o monthly meeting of the Os- eoln Progressive club »-as held Mcsday afternoon lii the 'parlors f the Mclhodlst church. Mcsdnmes G. 1J. Serji'avcs, S. M. Hodges, C. M. lavwell, J. 1). Bunn nnd W. E. luat were hostesses. A cordinl vote of thanks was i'X- cnded to the city of Osceola foils cooperation liv furnishing-Ughls or the municl|jal Christmas irec 1 the lawn of the court house. Mrs. Gladtsh, chVilrmim or the irogram,' Had arranged a clever 'mock' session of the state lefrtsla- lire." The original hill passed by He Arkansas state' legislature some years ago prohibiting lhe tenchlng of evolution in the public' schools was read by Mrs. Oladlsh alul n ively debate was entered Into from :he "floor of the house' 1 among Mrs. Rhoubush. Mrs. Pcrrln, ancl Mrs Johti While, In which evolution .was traced and discussed In many of its phases. ' .* * * Two olit of town guests enjoyed [he hospitality of Mis. 1'. p. Jacobs when she entertained her two table club at Wlndovcr Terrace. Mrs. Rcoa DaviitBo'n of Uutonlown, Ala., won high score prize. Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City. Tennl, was a guest, as was Mrs. Jacobs' sister. Mrs. Georgia Williamson. Miss Marion Cromer entertained Today's Contract Problem North luia tho contract for four lie;ir(K, Kast opens llio king nf spades. How should Urn declarer iitay tlic hand, Hiid what ilofeime miiKt-I'ast anil Weil put iiu to prevent him from niakloi five? *!fei» . ? Q 8 7 4 *QK62 4 K 10 6 4 2 5 K 10 C 2 N "6 4~i * J 7 •• u K » C ft #A87D » »33 IX-nlfr A i n 4 A J 0 3 V A J 9 » AK10* + Q8 Solution In next isg'iie. 6 Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY \V,M. K. McKKNNKV Secretary, Anirrlrnn Bridge l.ragu A few more reivprks regnrdln when to. mid when not. to finesse: In today's land the declarer en see that he must flressc the spades Hi hopes to llnd at least one spac! A AID 7 (I VA2 * Q6 *J1«4 J »K«J * V^Otti sis « K » JMJ • 10 74 , 8 . J 7 f \tf»\tf ^ *J»» VI • AK9 2 + AKQ82 • Duplicate— None Vill. Oyciilng lead— .» K. Soulh West Nonh i Kiat 1« 1» 14 2» 3 + Pass 4 4 i'«M D* P«a «* Pau a !em then comes as to when he should finesse. In other words, he uusl watch the timing of the hand West's opening liad is the, ..king o^ hearts, which is won in dummj vith the ace. The small heart 1. returned immediately and ruffec !«• the declarer with a small club Declarer can see thai the onl. two losing tricks are the spades in case both king and queen ar In the East hand. That Is th hr- provides for that break by p'i* WILSON. Ark.—For a program on "Historic Pixie" the Wilson Co- cptrotlvo club ha,l members of the Elliott Hetcher chapter ol the United Daughters of the Confederacy of Blythevllle as their guests In a meeting Thursday afternoon. The visiting group presented a program, "Three Confederate Henxs". Mis. William Ludwlg and Mrs. Wallace registered tlie guc.sts at (he club house and Mines. Joe Calchlngs, W. I}. Biirkctt nnd Robert Roach assHed In receiving 'he Blythevillc ladies. In welcoming the guests Mrs. Burkelt paid a find introduced ClarX, president =\VEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON; Birth and Infancy of Jesus the Wcsl i Will Gallup, of McMancy, Tcxa: :'• and his mother, Mrs. A. L. Oallup ••' of Lincoln, Neb., arrived Inst eve I- ning to be guests of Mr. and Mis :' Harry W. Haliies and son, HarrJ t r "-jr. Mr. Gallup, who is n brother o '", Mrs. Hatncs. will leave Sundaj '.: while her mother will remain lo ." a longer slay. I Mrs. A. C. Bib'bens, of For ; Smith, Ark., has arrived for H visl ;: with her daughter. Mrs. Crawfor i- Greene, and family. :: W. H. Stovail went to Memph: '" yesterday for the funeral of J. B Mr. and - - Mrs.. A. Conwny ha\ ;:gone to St. Louis for several day I-stay. ' '-iJI't :" Mrs. Mary Button is ill trom in •; (luenza at the home of her daugl: '"•' ter, Mrs. Doyle Henderson. .; Mrs. John Sawyer jr., of Carutr i. ersville, was the .guest of Mr. an '•Mrs. C. S. Stevens during tl ^weekend. Sheldon Hall returned last nigl .' from Parts, Texas, where he visi 1 :;ed for several days. ^Woman's Club To f '.] Sponsor Canning ; ; Center for Cit But suppose both arc in the East at her country home with a New couisc. It Iheti is easy lo make his Ycnrs party. Th c guwls arrived contract, at midnight ami dancing and games enjoyed until morning when a 'delicious breakfast WHS served. I Mrs. D. S. Perkins entertained er two table club Wednesday. Mrs. . C. Bryan.was n guest. The prizes en: won by Mrs. Fultz and Mrs. rather. Mrs.. Ii. D. Masscy entertained er two table club Thursday with ic extra table. Mrs. Guy Brynnt on high score prize and Mrs. W. ^ Johnson cut consolation. Gucsls esldes the club members wero Mrs. Irs. H. L. Driver, Mrs. W. E. ohnson, Mrs. Milton Pope, Mrs. Arthur Bowcn and Mrs. Skatvold. The four Inble club was enter- ainsd on Thursday by Mrs. F. p. acobs at ter house at, Cirlder. Mrs. foe Cromer won hlyh score prize ind consolallon was cul by Miss Emma Cox. Guesls olhcr than club ncmbcrs - were Mrs. Tliad Felton, ,!»s v Rein, Davidson, Mrs. Joe Cro- ifor all/ Mrs.Hays Gown'. TTxc and son have returned to Little? Rock after a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Shlppen have Ijcen called to Newcastle. Ky., by Hie serious illness of Mrs. Shlp- ixjn's slslcr-»i-law, -Mrs. Thatl Felton o( Houston, Texas, lias arrived for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ivewell. \ Judge ancl Mrs. W.' J. Driver have returned to Washmgton for the opening of congress. • Mallory Harwell has resumed his studies at Vaiulerbill utter spending lhe holidays with. Or. and Mrs Harwell and family. Miss Mar> Ellxabcto Rho<lcs, who was also their uiiest, i has returned to the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Maxwell have |-cluni?d lo their home nt shiu. La., niter a vLiit with M. B. Maxwell j! The \Voman's club i of ihjs ell. ••will sponsor a community cannln '•center as a part of the CWA prc ; gram for women In Mississip •1 county.- • . , ;-,- While the kitchen Is being - cr .| nlca, Mi«.; Mrs. John p. Rowland. Carl Andrews are onturtnlnlni; at bridge today at the home ot 'Mrs. John. Miller. , Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Hnnrell have jonc to _No\v Orleans where Dr. rfarwell will take a medical course Ior several weeks, later they will BO on a cruise to the Panama canal. Miss Nell Uunavant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duimrniu of Keiscr, was critically injured in an automobile acciileni while returning frota n visit In Oklahoma. She Is In ft .hospital at Joplin,. Mo., near where the accident. Little hope is relri for her recovery. .Mrs. Harris Parks, who has been the guest of her sister. Mrs. H. I, Driver and family, has returned lo her home In Union City. Mrs. Reba Davidson, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr., and his sister, Mrs. Joe Cromer. S^.e returned with Messrs. R. A.. R. Ii.. Jac and Richard Cromer jr., who spent Christmas with their mother in UnionUm-n Ala. Mrs. Jack.Wilkinson and daughter BeUy Jeanne have returned after visiting In Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Welby Young and son spoil the -holidays in Jones- bcro with Mrs. Young's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clay Young: of Lake Village have returned to their home. Among those from out of town attending fte funeral of Mr. Waller Driver were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Driver jr.. Malcolm Driver, Ouy Driver! Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Polk Mr. and Mrs. V. p. Wlnlon, Mrs. j John-D. Martin, J. !,. Driver. Tu- tribute to Dixie Mrs. James D. o: lhe U. D. C., i spoke of the \voik being clone by Ihc chapter, which Includes lhe boulders to be- erected Ior vet- cruis of Mississippi county hi the war between the states, of I'.uw chit group assists in (he erection of all U. D. C. bMilders in the United States, and if the education Jund which aids sli.dcnls. She in- v:lcd all eligible women of Wilron to become nm'.lntcd with the chapter and extended .111 i.n-ita- llon lo all to allwd (hu meeting o; the state U. r> C. convention In Blythevillc lies' Oclobor. Mrs. J. W. BanVv was in charge of lhe program. Mrs. Clark told cl Matthew Fontaine Maiiry. lhe rathflnder of the sea, from information received from :i inein- li-r of his family. Ml.w Perkins, of Wilson, playeci the Arkan<as siale song, "iioboi 1 . E. Lcc—As a "/an. Soldier and ^-talesman" was discussed by Mrs. n. 1(. Alien. I Mrs. E. M. McCall gave (he life L provides for thai break by p!ny-| end characteristics of General ckson. Miss Martha Chambers "White Azatos". In the soclul lm-r cnkfs. mints, its and tea were .'ervrd by these ret esses: Mmes. C. O. Wllllam- n, Herbert Sull', A. S. Cat- ilngs, R. H. Robiiuon, J. R. Oid•>n, RoberT Roach. William Lucl- Polk and W. 1). Bin- Text: Matt. 2:1-12 The International Uniform Sunday .School Lesson for Jan. 7. • • • ]<V U'M. K. GII.KOY, I). I). Dliter of The CniiKrefitiotMlibl The thouehl of U'.e- whole world ciminu ttie recent Christmas season was turned toward the story o! our lesson—tho story of- the K.ost wonderful birth. We always should remember that the division of our Bible into i-lniptcrs and verses is the work of i later age and u»s not in the original mami'cripi. There is. therefore, nc( break between chapter one and chapter tivo, but the .•lory In our lesson of the coming cf the Wise Men to visit Jesus ;•, an incident In the whole record of his birth and infancy. Who were the Wise Men, and where did they comn from? There has been a great deal of speculation about that, but the question cannot be answered with any certainty. It was an age In which mucli Importance was attached to Lin slurs, and In which the precursors 01 later seers and scientists, whi observed the stars, were men witl n deep response to the wonder am mystery of the universe in which they lived. These Wise Men may have com long distances, for even in an hen transportation and travel! is not the supreme value nl-icrd .cr« stow and tcrtlous, man's In-1 upon the child. Thr- glory of our lincl for adventure and gain had' Xsson represents a high |,] an ., or ctabllshcd rade. far distant routes ot There Is a tradition, without .iiy clear proof, that the Wise Men came from Hie Far East, pos- ibly from Indlu. The Incident as t stands In the New Testament serves to emphasize the imivcr- •allty of the Clirlsl- who was born, r veh as his teaching and (he sal- VEition that he brought have ap- •lied to all men without distinc- !on and to peoples of every land and clime. There is something suggestive In he Journey of thejt: Wise Men to .ec a new-born baLie, and In their reverential attitude. Their coming nnd their worship were a manifestation of faith; but even be- r.eath this faith was a - deep and .sp'.endid humility It means much when we can sec in a new-born babe a possible saint or prophet or king of the future. Considering Ml the men ot greatness and gooJness who have risen from poor n-id humble surroundings we wel! might assume an attitude of reverence and humility toward eveij 1 child. There can" ue no yreat home life, no soundness of national life, and no hope for the w.jrld where there Imman life and interest. • » » As in so many r^wiy cidents of Scrip'.uie, also, and in| 1!lvr . ' thn strong contrast lieiv'erii the allitude of Ihc \yise Men 'amt that of Herod. How typical' of human life even In our own clay is thai contrast! On the one haii'i we see today, is we have seen in part ages, u^ iuve and goodness that rcvcrruce the child, (he forces ot educa-.iou and nurture lhat work to beautify and ennoble child life; whib on the other hand Ihcre arc tlio Herod-l|kc forces of destruction lhe forces thai' for the sake ol Rain will keep children in Hie slunvs and hovels unnoUrished and for the most part uncured lor. A lesson concerning the fluid Christ means little to us unless we can see It In terms' of this contrast and unless it moves us to put all our emphasis ancl interest, upon the thing's that, make for the v:ell-bcmg and proper development of lhe child The Christ who was born in Bethlehem later was lo lake the children in his arms and ' bless them. It is only as we live In th c same spirit and practice that, «•-• truly rejoice In his birth. . . Drtd Mr. 'and Mrs. J. A/Pigg '••• Mr" and : Mrs : '• Virgil ' B. Wa'ildcl have returned to TTrlcnti. John William Edrlngion of Mem phis is visiting Charles Sujlenger • Miss Graccilc Moore of Caruth ersville was the weekend guest of Mrs. John While. Jap while and lib guest, have returned to Grcou Bay. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Oedrgc Adams and baby, accompanied by John Dinford White, have returned to Little Rock . Mrs. S. D. Carpenter has returned from. the Baptist hospital, Memphis where she was treated for an infected loot. She will be confined to home for several days, i Mr. and STrs. Maurice Easterliug. j who have made their home here ; ng the hand In the follpplug nonner: One round of c'llb^ Is taken and hen a small diamond Is led to dummy's queen. A diamond Is re- .urnctl and won with the -king. The nine of diamonds then trumped with lhe jack of clubs. A small club is relumed, declarer v:l'rvnlhg with llio queen. This picks up the outstanding trump. South Ihcn cashes the ace of diamonds and now has-.^tripped his own hand and dummy's of everything, but trump find .spades. His piny, then. Is the Jack of spades. He tnkcs the finesss and East 'wins vith the queen, hut East is'help 1 less. If he rclurns a heart, declarer will discard the losing spade lro:n hi?' hand nnd trump in riummj with the ten of clubs, while if a spade Is returned, it is right into dummy's terrace. Thc play romprK*s a strip and end play with proper liming,- (Cppyr.ight, 1934, ,NEA ; ServM.'-Inc.) Hospital Notes • Admitted to the Blythevillc' hos pital: Mrs. w. V. Walls. Scnath Mo.; Mrs. J. W. Holmes. Brag Oils-, Mo.; E. R. Webster, city George Duncan, Roule 3. Dismiss ed: Johnny Cunningham, city. Read Courier News Want Adi COUGH for the past. year. Imvc gone to Mobile, Ala., lo reside. . . . Real Throat relief! • Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH .lected the kitchen of lhe Woman's '• clubhouse will be used with Mrs. };. J. D. Barksdale in charge of lhe ..project. Later other .paid supcr- ; virarV may be' added.' ' ' '' An Invitation has been extended . women of'the .'community to bring •their'food or meat lo be canned ;. to this kitchen where the proper :: methods for preserving food will .be demonstrated. Each woman will 1 use her own cans'. •• The work will begin Tuesday . morning, 0 o'clock. ; Abe Kipper to Sing ; at temple Israel Tonight • Abe Kipper, well known Mem- /Phle baritone and cantor, will ap "pear on a.-program at the Temple ; Israel tbls tventng, 8 o'clock. He •»111 be'accompanied by Mlsha Fei- |blsh, MemphU pianist. . Both Mr. IClppcr' and Mr. Fleiblsn •are widely knq»-n in musical cir- .tlng Meni- Hol Springs; Mrs. Fauncy Hab ind Lo?an Young, Memp'; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young. Hughes; Mrs. Bryant Burkett, Bnssett; Mr. and Mrs.' J.' 5. Dtltahunty. Mrs. George Dillahunty, and Mrs. Gillc-spic, Bly- Allan J. Fincher. former coach o! Osceola high school, visited In Osceola Tuesday. He las recovered from the illness ihal caused him to give up school work. Mrs.'_W. L. Moore had as her holiday guests, her nephews. Will jr and Ol'.arles and Paul Blackwood' They returned to Little Rock with their uncle, DwlgVit H. Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hawthorne and son were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Ruth Hale Carlisle was brought home Thursday from Dyersburg where she was confined in the hospital-following an aXitomo- bile accident. She Is improving, as Is M.lss Louise Hale, who had her leg broken In lhe accident. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welborn arc receiving congratulations on lhe '.ties, .having.a.rcgular hroadcasl .hoar'with! Station WREC, Mtm- ..-. - - ~ ' « i * >.m- : ph'lj, for.some time. They are!,„,!) cf a dau 8 htcr . Nancy Ann .guests-of Mr. and Mrs.'L. Berger I™born -' ' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippci A genenrl Invitation is extended •the public to attend this free program. '•• • - Y<Mtk,. 1», KUM HUITD Buck ; LUFKIN,.T«x. .'(UP)_Ned Shot. «>cU, • 18,-is classed • among deer -huii\ers of ^.^Teit^. He klUed •a KIT back Uib'-«uoA... The tn'l- IH pouofe ' Hcmorrhoifls H'ilcs) curcrt without the knife. Otlirr rectal diseases treated. Varicoscd veins treated non-surglraH)-.- . DRS.-NIES i-NttS SU W, Main 'PKone 9s. Rainy Days arc tough on clothes There's no need to "sing lhe blues" when it rains because suits, overcoats and other wearing apparel will recover their good appearance when cleaned in a modern, efficient shop like ours. Unique Cleaning Service Phone 171 If. J. T. tt. Blytheville ladies atteiuling'wcre: mes. J. D. BarkfJair, E. M. Mcall, Joe S. Dlllnhunty. G. S. arnrs, Charles II. llall.'james B. !ajK,_R. S. Mott, O. C, Gaiiske, larvih Robinson, J. Mell Brooks, harlea AUbrcl, M. Filzsimn'iohs, 0. . Crigger, J. W. Adams, Sr., B. R lien and J. w. B\drr of Blythe- llc. Another was Mrs iyrtle feggarcicn. of Yellville rk., holiseguest ol her sister, Mrs C. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. <Yrchlb:\!d Catch- ngs of Bassett entertained 18 nests with a dinner party Thursay nlg:lit. H was the SOlli .anni- ersary 0 £ their marriage and among those present were the lol- lowing who attended the ceremony a score of years ago: Mrs. Catchings' mother, Mrs. E. M. Bell, her istcr, Mrs. J. M. Glenn of Col- lervlllc, Term., a niece. Mrs. Stancy Barton, Mrs. W. B. Burkett, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilon of Bh/thcville. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Branch, Mr. and Mrs. a. F. Winford, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, Stanley Baron, and W. B. Burkett. Miss Maxine Wallace entertairi- 'd members of her Sunday school class with a theater party Tuesday night. Mrs. H. M. I«wls and Mrs. John Enochs were chaner- nes. E. Y. Fitch of Pittsburgh, Pa., was the guest Wednesday of .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Catchings. Mr,. Fitah. farrnerly taught agriculture Re're. the past two years ''he has.a^tehded Cornell university.,.' Allan Fincher, former cbach at Wilson high school, visited Supt. and Mrs. Carl Bird Wednesday. Bob Sevier, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Sevier ot Memphis, has returned lo T. M. L, Tupelo, Miss, after spending the holidays with his aunt, Mrs. Claude Shaw and family. T. E. McNail returned Tucsdaj from a week's visit with his family at,' Shubu'ta, Miss. Newt AsTibum of Greenville Miss., was tile guest of Mr. and ] Mrs. Harry Flowers Wednesday. C. O. Williamson and Walter Card made a business trip to Memphis Thursday. : Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis have as their guests Mrs. Ellis' mother, Mrs. T. T. Branch, and sister, Mrs. M. L. Thompson of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and daughter, Belty law, have returned to their home at Tallulah, La., af- cr a ten days visit with Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Owen Craig and lamily. Miss Oma Jean Davidson and Virginia Hudson have returned (6 Batesville, Ark., alter a week's visit with the latter's uncle, Clay l/irt- son and family. Doctors B. B. Ellis, Oscar .Barts- dale and James Fall attended the county medical society meeting at Blyttieviltc Tuesday. _-Miss Mildred . Frazler and. Dr. James Fall were guests of Mr. and Mrs. rtiley B. Jones at Blythevllle Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davidson and children moved to Blytheville Tuesday. Mrs. Davidson was complimented by the Methodist Missionary scciety and the Wednesday bridge club with gifts. Mr, Davidson, who has been engineer for Lee Wilson and company for five years, will be engaged orf CWA pro- lentists' PrescriptiMs Making New fatal Cream Favorite of Many People Not so long ago lead i n g dentists began prcscvib Ing a new lormula for a loath paste. T.hey are doing it because they, know that this n e w y-'cducl will n n I disappoint people in the salis- laction they must get when brushing their teeth. If a dental cream so nearly meets the requirements of dentists thai Ihey prescribs it" fo- their patients, that's the greatesi assurance to you that this is the dental cream you can use with the confidence that you are not, nrghctlng. the l^oper care of your teeth. Not only for immediate aprrenrance, but ior future security. It is called Prescription Dental Cieam, and you can get the big of it at any drug store. RobinMn Drug Co.. and Klrby Bros-.-^Distributqrs, cs- Jects ih the territory surrounding peciaJly are. introdUcuxg it here. Blythevillc. " .." : I ' '' •' :,"". —Adv.: Statement of Condition of The Farmers Bank & Trust Company Blytheville, Ark. As of Close of Business December 30,1933 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $587,637.79 Overdrafts ' 148.95 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 7,200.00 County Scrip 1,144.35 Furniture ancl Fixtures .... 2',400'.00 Bank and Kress Building- .. 132,800.00 Real Estate 24,233.00 Insurance Department ..... 32,254.00 U. S. Government Bonds . Federal Deposit Insurance Other Resources Cash and Sight Exchange LIABILITIES Capital Stock ? 200,000.00 Certified Surplus 40,000.00 Undivided Profits 20,973.56 Reserve for Dividend .... 20,000.00 Deposits 1,095,394.35 . 98,700.00 1,711,60 2,057.00 . 480,081.22 $1,376,367.91 §1,376,367.91 \Vc take pleasure in presenting the .iliove financial statement of this institution at close of business December 30, 1933. We appreciate thi business-entrusted to us and hope \ve have merited the continuance of your confidence ami patronage. This bank, which successfully met tho of the most difTicult years in banking history, now offers it* depositors the additional protection of th- Federal Deposit Insurance in full to the amount of ?2,oOO.OO <>n each account. Youv money in this bank has the same absohila safety as the Postal Savings, in addition it Kives you the convenience of a checking account, the advantage of a higher interest rale on the savings deposits and the satisfaction of knowing that your money is playing a part in the Commercial, industrial :>"" Agricultural development of your home community. It' will be our policy to conduct our bank on the same safe and conservative basis that \ve have always conducted the affairs of this bank, Farmers Bank & Trust Co.

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