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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1932
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PACK TWO: BLYTHEVILLE._(ABK.)- COUKIEH NEWB Sodtlu Calendai Mn. J«nes H. Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. - : New Wednesday .Bridge, club meeting with Mrs/ F. -B. 'Joyner,. Troop 31 ot Boy Scouts me<l- in« U city hill at 7. P. M.. . ' • , Thvnfey Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W, L. Horner • . Friday Fidel Ls Sunday school . cUss of Pint Baptist church auxtlOg with Mrs. p. H. Deatte, : . ' Pne-School P. T. A. meeting with Mrs. Fwnsworth Black. . .. Lange P: -T. A. hiving Tag D»y. Women to Befi> Stud; CovrM. "Citizenship Training" Is to be the subject of the study course by the Easiness and .Professional Women's club this winter. At a meet- Ing last night final -arrangements were bade for starling the 1'ssons next Monday night. The course, from the extension department of the University of Arkansas, is by Florence B. Cotnam, chairman of citizenship training lor, the Arkansas Federation ol Women's clubs. There are 12 lessons. It was voted to give a book to the city library in cooperation with the program sponsored by the k>Cfl! U. D. C. lor supplying new book;, In .the library as » part- of the George Washington Bl-Ccntennial. Mrs. BeniloQ JoSves, second vice president of the state group am to charge of the educational department, and Miss Cora bee Cole- nian, president of the local club, wilV attend the. meeting 'of -district 2 o£ the. Elate' group it Helena October 8 and 9. A number of the. members .-will £o\ lo jParasould .Oq-; tober 22 'and 23 -for a meeting '6' I district V which includes Blythe-: vilk. • . " . • - • - • ».. Mix.WwtUnitw, , . Glwrn Shtwrr Party. Jtrs. Rny. Worthlngtou, Irensllr- er of the Woman's Auxiliary of Hit Fir^t Presbyterian 1 church, :wlio:i! leaving i lib week lor Little '-Rock where she ; »llt spend the whiter. was the guest of honor at a party given by the Auxiliary Monday "afternoon at'the-home'of Mrti-TfJ. Mah»n. • Everything about' the party per- tainai to ftowers; .Autumn llowert made? pretty decorations! the games weref "flower" ones and in a contest >Irsi WorUilnstori wM winnc: of a Jxmquct of flowers which wore h»ndker«hiefs, formed to resemble roses] on long stems. as gifts from th* 35 present. •A 'jello fruit salad course was served with hot lea: ' Ifeidames Leslie Hooper, Marsh M. CtUavay. C. M. Gray and Mahin cwere members of the committee who arranged the party. Mrs. Worthlnglon has been ac-' live to auxiliary work In tile mini- Mr ot years she has lived in this city, i ' ' W«mea H» T e Mwtinf Monday. Toe Woman's Missionary societj of the Second Baptist ';hurch m»' at the home of Mrs. J. C. Hornlsn yesterday afternoon for a media «n state missions. The 11 members and one visitoi were led by -Mrs. Clyde Ellis. Mrs Marvin Lane read the 'devotional Mrs.-'Nellte Morris told ol (he M: of Miss Mildred Matthews, formerly of, this city who is now a missionary In Cuba, Mrs. W. M. BUy- lock offered prayer, Mrs. Lesiit Moore KUd of the work, of Edllr. Ayres Hoiiins, missionary : to 'Brazil. and the life of Glenn Absr- nathy, misslousry to Ciiina, tvas related by Mrs.'-L. Seay. ! • • . SMe MlwlMs Is Bt:nj SUdied by Baptist Women. In ilakhig up a three days stud\ of state missions In the Southerf Baptist church, the- Woman's Missionary society of th: First Baptist church studied "Organization' in a: meeting yesterdav attcrnoor at the church. Mrs. Walter Bishop opened win Prayer, Mrs. E. P. Blpmcycr reac from; Psalms 24, 3 and 4 for th( devotional on "Clean Hands," Mrs .. Parties. The group of girls who played ridge last winter every othur Thursday night has resumed iU wlce a mouth parlies with the flrfit T these Ijeld last night with Mrs. . W.. Adams as hostess.. Besides llw members there were ;veral gucstc, Mrs. RUoy B. Jones, Mrs. Dili Dolnn. Mrs. Dixie Craword and Miss Jcsslo Lee England. MLss Sue Butt won the prize, a compact. Stuffed tomato salad, cake and c*d tea refreshed the lour tables ' players. New members of this club arc Misses Kathryn Greir, Martha Chambers and Virginia Terry. Other Ul Memphis. members are: Misses Sunshine Adms, Sue Butt, Mary Blanche Gay, ane Buck, Margaret Keck, Mnry latlwrlne Marlln, Hel«n Alice lernberg, Alleen Field, Mrs. Harlon Taylor and Mrs. Adams. . * » • lyrl-Noten. Announcement was made today 1 the marrlngo of Mi>s Myrtle lolen 'and Willie Hurt, both of this city, who were united In larrlage Satuiday by Justice E. Walker. * » • :obfrl««-C»»le. The marriage of Miss Alberta agle and Alfred E. Robertson, both of • Stcele, Mo., took place ere yesterday with the Rev. A. Hill reading the service. • • • iltl-Mlichell. Announcement was 1 mnde today I the marriage : of Miss Sadie I^cr Mitchell,' of Hayti, Mo, to Lloyd !, Hitt. of this cRy. The Rev. I/red S. Harwell, pastor of the Irst Baptist church, performed the ing service at his home. Tlic trlrte wore a fall model of luc wool and carried an arm ouquet of pink roses and valley Ules. They will make tholr home in lis rlty where the bridegroom is jrmectccl with the Arkansas- llsscurl Power company. • 'fTlcers Ktecle d. • Harry Atkln's was elected presl- ent of tho Men's Bible • class of ic rjrst Methodist church ' In a raeoling -Sunday, other officers «'(VfA..lvr.c;..A ,G.,.AtUcn,. .vice resident; J. L. Guard, secretary; T. R. Sfccppard rjfjersd prayer -Jfv.' M \ c - 'Otft'** spoke.-on Hands Hold on the Southern w "Busy Hands in Arkan the tperr.e'-Uken William. ' M. U. • . Georgia Lee 'and" Madge Hawkln sang- a duet.- Mrs. 'E. E. Alcxan dcr offered prayer, Mrs. Hermai Warpoie's talk on '"Skillful Hani in This District,"- a prayer was sai< by Mrs. T. E. King, Mrs. R a C/sh- told the life of Miss Mtidra Matthews, formerly ol this city wh is now a missionary in Cuba an who visited here two years ago. th cKtehjg prayer w«~ staid by Mrs. R L. Betder. • - .•.<•-<•' For today's metting Mrs. R crl Grimes is' leader:' By MetbWht There wtre 13 members ol i. WOMB'S Missionary society of Ui First; Method UV church enrolled the Hew study course "living issi in China'" which te being laugh by Mr». M. O.-Usrey. FoUowtag the f\rst lesson, held . the church Monday afternoon,' Mn R. N. Ware jr., gne in article or ••Sl.;»ard»hlp." <• .:, • .Mrs/;. E,-,QrlU .led th<>usin ? 4S , Oreeii, treasurer; Iliner, teacher. M L Miss Imogene Sowell, of Shirley rk, and Eddie Bragg, of Manila ere united In marriage here Sat""-y by Justice Oscar Alexander * 'A-'-' -v-i viXheny-Parmer. • , ..: .>•.•;','..:•; The marriage of: - Uia'~ Tbibiw armer and Orvl s MalhVriy, - febth' 1 here, occurred^ Saturday Jus- ce E. D. walker ' performing the' eremony. ..--.--•- ''••«• CJives AMreuei. ''•--, : . , Miss Willie 'A. Uwson.V'coiintV Jperlnlendehl.^ ot schools, 'addrej- ql a mecling of the . chioot ounly council of Parent-Teacher ssoclatlons at Eudqra,''Ark..- last i!ht. She is to give a similar ddress at, Pino Bluff tonight be- utc the p, T. A. council of. that Hayti Soctely—Personal MltrhcU-Hitt. Miss Sndie MitctKU or this city •mA Mr. Floyd Hitt ol Blytheville were united in marriage at Blytlie •ille Sunday afternoon by the pas tcr of the Baptist church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tralnor. * ' Mrs. Hilt Is the daughter of Mrs '. Mitchell of tills city and a mem- KT of die grade seliool faculty. She ins attended Southeast Mlssour Teachers college. She will continui leaching Uils term. Mr. Kill Is employed by 111? Ar- Kansas-Missouri Power company. Mr. and Mrs. Hill will mnk: Inch home with Mrs. Hill's mother. * • * Mrs' T. R. Co!c nml childrci nd Miss Hoiml« Tant visited Ii Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wright vis lied Mr. and Mrs. John .Ncwbcn )! Braggndbcln Sunrtay In t!~.e nf teinpon they motored to Micola niu visited Mrs. Wrighl's brolher, J. E Thomas. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. V. McDon.i and children spent Sunday wilh Mrs. McDonald's pareuls, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Duel of Ja-itstoro. T. P. Gillem altcnded to business in Kennett Sunday. Mrs. H. G. Harmon and claugh- !er Grada Mai stwnl lh« weekend in St. Louis. William Khouric of Slech visited his mother, Mrs. Wolf Krourie Sunday. Earl Fatchett of Chance Sjicnt Sunday here visiting friends. Mrs. F. C. Larson attended (o business in Memphis Sunday w^ rbcrt " Irtsap "- ls » l ' at 'ho Melhodlst hospital si Memphis. Hospitai Notef Patknts admitted to tlw Blytheville hospital: Mrs. Robert Purvis, city. Mrs. E. M. Houston, Dell was dismisied. Mrs. O. E. K2Ck! city, was admitted but later dismissed today. ' ' Y f Bits oj Nttis Mostly Personal .Towsy-Tiii'vy • * •' ..j Father J, i. Thompson and J. . Clur.e silent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch and Mrs. lau'ncc Vollmer were visitors In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and .\frs. E. F. Dlomeyer and amily spent a part o( the week- nil at LJIboum, Mo., as guests ol Mre. Blomeyer's father. Mrs. Harry Kirby si«nt Monday Mr. ar.d Mrs. K. F. Hlomjyer ind as their guesls Sunday Mrs. G. J, bishop md Mrs. Sam BJake- norc ol Caruthcrsvlllc. Mr, and Mrs. Arch Lindsay and >fr. and Mrs. Jess Horner spent Sunday In Memphis (or the Mid- South Fair. Ml« Alllica Edwards has rclurn- d from Memphis where sne sjwnt lie weekend. Braxtcn Smith jr., son of Mr. md Mrs. Uraxton Smltli, formerly of Iwre ai>d JK>W of St. Louis, Is quite 111 at a St. Louis hospital. O. C. Qanske Is in St. Louis on buying- (rip for liis shoe store. Mrs. C. G. Hires, who has been quite ill from .tonsUIUs, is now lowly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Belt, will riotor lo Memphis this afternoon o attend the fair, . : Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson and heir hoiiscgiiosl. Mrs, F. H. Wlilt- aker of Austin,' Texas, spent yes- erday In Memphis with Mrs. Johnson's sister, Airs. A. U. Robinson, who underwent an operation tit the Baptist liospiliU. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wclby Young ol Osceola, were in the city yesterday. ijinuiile Taylor nnd Lloyd Wal- ac* of Jackson, Tenn., were guests »f Miss Imogeae Morgan over the week-end. 'Mrs. Fred Pollock- of - Lilbourn, Wo., is tlic yucsl of Mrs. Harry Lewis-this week.. •••• .- . Thcmw Wralght and Charles L. Ozler motored to Memphis Monday evening to attend ,(hc.. Londoa- Zahnrls wrestling 'match.,. Boyd Godwin, members of Hie ifgh school foottell'"Te"ani;"ls cori- ined lo Ills bed wtth « strained .Mrs, David Marion'Bartorrof LC- »nto is ill at'the home of lior parents, Mr.".and Mrs. W. M. Burns Mrs. M. B. Bailey of Batesvlllc. Ark., Is tlie guest of her sister Mrs. o. W. Hccutchen. and fam. ly.-for several-days. -' ,-Mr,:«njl K[rj.;-w. TJarnell have eturned ,frbm » business' trip to ionesboW,'. • .,-;.•;.- ;'"'• -.;, 'Mrs. M. T.-MOOO lias.-returned i.four days'.vlslt; in Cape Gl. "-J.jMo-, where she was-guest of to-.and Mrs, w. W, Davis and . iipfly. s Mr. and Mrs. O. B. , Carl , . I'eery, Mrs. Ernest Hast and .Mis Thursday afternoon. Ernest Rnsl of Pecan Point, here for a short visit with Thursday. hh •«" »••n*^-^»_T. , jwiii . i uc ULtll \V. W. Hiighes, who Is 111 ai hLs P-iit-y' ' Taken to a hospital, home here, Is reported improved wns (rented and will recover. America's,topsy-liirvy climate lets , Osceola • Society—Personal Tlie Christian Workers will hold Ihelr annual election of officers m next Monday afternoon at-a'mee'l- Ing to be held at the home of Mrs. J. 0. Schurlock. Plans we've made (or this meeting, which will be In the nature of n social with other ladies of the church invited, when the/Wojrkere mel Monday afternoon at ths hom= of Mrs. John Cramer. Ten members were present and Mrs. D. L, Comvay was a visitor. Mrs. John Cramer led the devotional service and tlw menu for the Civic club luncheon, next Thursday »«cJj which the Workers will serve wM planned. , .- •; - j • « . .... j The Presbyterian Ladies' Auxlli ! lury met Monday afternoon MID (Mrs. E. S. Chiles. Mrs. L. S. Mitchell fed the afternoon's study of Africa and China. i MUs Eva Montague was hostess i to the three table bridge club to £ which, she belongs, entertaining at ?g-" er nome here Saturday ev;u!m>. - '.Besides the club members, her • guests were Misses Catharine Harj veil nnd Josephine Montague, Mrs. j Ruth Carlisle and Airs, p j se'm- mwjr.'Mrs. Braxton Bragg was I high score prize winner - and Mrs. •Hale-Jackson won second. • !' I Mlsa -Estell Wundertich of St. i Louts, who is making an extend- ltd visit with relatives and friends | In-Memphis, Luxora and Osceala, was compliinehted one , day -last u'cck wl\fn Mrs. James Driver'eu- ISrtalnei^at bridge for her. . j.' ™ Sfr ^ ° rli '. e '" s 8 ue » is . besides Miss | Wundcrllch, -were Mrs! Dale' Brick:; «'cde of . Memphis and - her - sls- itcr, Mrs. Victor M;ii 3r O f • St , Louis. Mrs. n. L. qiiimi of Osccola , and Mrs. Qniim's guest, Mrs. Car- |ol Walker of SI. Louk, Mrs. C'.B Driver, Mrs., Charles.. Rose, Mrs i. W. Sneed nnd Mrs. Lloyd 'j'lid- „. .^., v , sut , U j MH IJ \,IUIIRIC ICW , «••«.!. iJJVJJ u l^UU- Bettc. Davis, •honeymooning .movie "i" of ° E «°la. Mrs, • J.uuson• was actress, sun, herself on California's 1, " er cf h( ° h K0 'c prize and w(r/lc. £ ii n lovers In piost ' 5 - c "* s .- Rcsc won second .high other. parts of-the country arc put^ ting.iway,their.bathing suits unlll next slimmer. She's the bride of Norman O. Nelson. - ,'.• 11. L, Nelson Is ill at his Uti&c here., . ' . ' • .Miss Peggie Holmes, who makes herjiome witl'i licr grnndmotlier, Mis: -Eniina Pecry, was the guesl of Mrs, Hulon Holiiies Friday. Mrs.-Smith Brackln was- a -bus- inrss visitor in Armorel Saturdaj morning. :' Mrs. Ernest Hast and Mrs. Bll- lie Ray were in Blytheville shopping Saturday. Misses Velma and Billy LollW left Sunday lor Knoxvillc, Term, where they will attend the University.- this year. Boy- Defeats Rattlej- In Long Battle BUENA VISTA, Col. (UP) -- A rattlesnake, hidden in the timber of an old mine shaft, provided nn c-xcltlnj and painful half hour lor Howard Hall, Buena Vist«. Hall while descending the shaft was struck by the concealed reptile. The snake's fangs embedded In Hall's wrisl. The shock knocked him to the bottom of the shaft. He located the snake's hideout, Bass, Mrs.! Herbert siearenEen and children and, Mrs. Allle Sisk spent Sulidijf In Memphis attending the MklHBouth'.'Falr. • - : 'Huffman News Mrs. Hulon Holmes and llllle ««: uiuum me snaxc s niacout, daujhler, Billle Jean, we're Tliurs- and with a pocket knife, stalled luy guests of Mrs. Emma Poery. to kill It. Mis. Hulon Holmes, Mrs. Emma Four times the boy. stabbed at — -r — _, _ ..,,_«» «.>t>^« «ii\t .iW4t&- tC reptile, niicl four times tltc scs Peggie and Blllie J6an Holmes snake struck back each time in- called on Mrs. I. A. Harrison nictlng a wound. ' When Hull finally struck n telling blow, 'he nearly wns exhausted. He crawled up the ladder to score. • . » » • * ' .Vfrs. p. L.. pi,|p pSi Mrs Cromer and Mrs. R. H. .Cromcr :|«nt Monday hi Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey, Wljiti S? r P, Su , n<ia >. afternoon visitors ii Blytheville. Mrs. Homer Quirm : spent. the week-end with relatives in Para- goulcl.. ^Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dyrss, A .'. Bnrham, J. T. Custon, James 3. Coston, c. E. Sullenger and W. J Driver were among the Osceolans who heard Senator Robinson speak in Blytheville Prkiky evening. Dr. P. p. Travis spent Sunday .n Okalona, Miss. Dr/ Roland ot Hot Springs was a business visitor here over the week-end. _ ^TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER_27, 1932 I/ if I News of the Blytheville Schools Tills week marks (he clo^e of Ire «t month of school. Tl:c (jraoe whop) students will be eager to re- lve their report cards next week. he local system mod out the plan °f eliminating .(he usual A, B, C, and F marks In the first t.uce deji last.. year --mid substituting two grades for llieiu, representing satisfactory., end Unstitlsfattory work. The five letter system is best employed where tlio pupils dllfer rather widely In ability and- achievement. i n ti 1( , primary grades, particularly in the first grades, (his variation in the achievement ot the pupils is not to marked and ii is wt, poss'ibie' to render accurate grading. The . "Siitbjfactory" mark enable} the'leather to report Co (lie parent the:fael that the work of the-pupil is {n Uno'vrtiii w i, at [ s expected o'f.lMm; and no effori is made J 0 'ccmpare th; child w ith tlic remainder of the grsup. ' -«>. the upper grades ic h i»3s:ble <Q mark tlie classes on a rolatii- basis, the average of ihe tte bc- ln S the basis ujion wliicii (he grades arc biased cscein In cas;.$ where (he group, for some reason or oll!3r, Is far below or abavs the average. For the time in a number "I yearvthc central school lias aii essay room' available. H is a room formerly 'used by (he Junior high school. The school piano has b'e'n moved into the rosm and ii is us?il as an assembly roo.i'i. a music rosin a "ct a place for the P. T. A to held its meetinss. Friday is fop'.ball day, ihe first of the reason for tl-.e'local high ashool. .Read Courier News'>Vant Ads join other members of his he Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Q(. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Uuttermilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday It is With Pleasure That We Announce the ApitointmetU of ROY WALTON As Special Representative of the AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. For Blytheville and Northeast Arkansas Mr. \Viilton comes I,, tho Lift' Insurance business with all tho HtivaiitiiKcs of liis \v«ilt)i of experience gained from ;i broad business career. 'The 'special training ho has received in (ho principles and practices of the Life Underwriting profession qualify him as an able advisor in rendering service to tho clients o/ the Aetna. Ho will have greally jncrcaswl opimvtunities in his connection with the Aetna Life Insurance Company, and we look forward lo a wonderful record on Ids part with this atrcncy. Gordon H. Campbell, General Aficnt AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Aetna Floor, linkers Tmsl Uuilding Little Rock, Arkansas i However, it will not be the first game ol the season. Twice daily eager groups from the seventh and eighth grades have hotly 'contested games among lliemselves during the recreation priori. Many other lm-' promptu games are belnj la-Id by! Uw : younger students;- while the Junior and senior high school (eanis aj-f drilh'ng away for-their regular' schedules'.; . -J ' '••' The !Blyllievillc schcols were well represented at the first meeting of t*ie Mississippi; County. Superintendent's and Principal's group at Wilson Jast Thursday, nlyht: Those present w;re MLis Rosa Hardy, principal high school, Mrs. Lu'cile Haley, ' principal' junior 'high - school Mrs. Ed.Hardln. principal Lan^ 1 Mrs. Elma Armstrong, p'rinclial°cf Central; and Crawford Greene, su- pcrintendciit. The group meets monthly throughout the year for a discussion of problems ' of th° schools'. .,-.. Dr. A. M. WasJiburn, of the county health unit, was a'visitor at. l^nge seliool last week for the purpose oriiinoculatfug'a number 01 pupils against diphtheria,' '"' '• Miss tfaVy'Mcillney,' of the Laiifce scliooj faculty,.has been,lransfj r red to-;sudbury', for '.on'e^ialfroi.Jjacii K hooj; ctay.', -The \ Budtiury.' enrol I - ment increased 'to sufcb Aipotaf that this n-as 'neeissary, while the" Urige enrollment is smaller than "usual this term. -The Rev. p. ' <§;• Ror'ie was a £l>eakcr at..the high school asi°Di- hly lasl. ;»eet.;.'ffl-. g avgi'an-. inter- HOLLISTER. Csl. (UP)-A hen (lint acecmpllsl-.os the leal of laying an egg, gels rlgh ton top of Dr.PaulF.McCutchen STEELE, MO! • "Phone $5 '. the roast and-tells the'world abrfut it, vUli'd : :long, harsh cackle/Biii P^.T, Chlnn, ol:'Hpllister,-'has esting talk using ns a basis the-. theme of the .selection of David &s king.of Israel. . , - _' ' The high school' bookkeeping class 's tlie largest in tlic history of the school, laving rpassed the thirty mark, perhajis the students urc op- tiuiistlc over (he return ol prosperity and are anxious to bs prepared to caro for the accounts which are expected to ap;>::ir with its return. An unusually largs per cent of ic pupils of the high school are igajcd in part time Jobs. -Darning funds with which to pay their tuition. -Persons or firms needing student, help may secure it in almost any quantity by calling the high school. 1 • • - •; ,;,.,, . Parents and-friends of the school are cordially invited to visit the schools at any time, particularly at 1113 assembly periods or whou special programs are given. For th" child to do his work at school and to receive the proper encouragement, at. home, it is necessary that the parent and the'teacher lie well acquainted. Mcst of tho'mis- understanding that, results over the child and tli2 school results from a Jack of acquaintance between the teacher and the parent with its resultant lack of mutual understanding of th3 problems of each. The sclioo] and the home nbcj to fully know and understand one aiicthir and be fully in sympathy with the problems that each has to face in tJie proper- development of the child: • • • , a canary lliat lias laid 50 c-gns during the year, and -merely' sings f.bout it. . ' ' RAVfil| BY BUS -,;'Rates -.Fastest Time - Best Service'.' ; ,.'.- i. : Frpm Blytheville' ' • •/;•/;= :••:: ',^-'^.:':' ..-;.. - • ' : f(Memphis'-,'Ne^ Orleans - Dallas '•• :; <j, St. Louts •' Kansas City - Chicago .' :t,.- ; --. .-:.;, Tickets ^jld Ev'rryjvhere ' ' •' •;;: TWO,SCHEDULES "E.JCJI ,'lVAy DAILY .Leaves-North Boimo?4:05,.A.' M.'iand ">':io' P' M. .'• : -..;.- \Scuth Bountf^:46 A. JL "nnd' 5:^5 p.'. |M: ' \ Modern Parlor Coaches ' '• for the. ;Naine.'"Egyptian" ' ''''... ./ICKETS AND INFORMATION' - : "'•••Hotel, H*au,-<ias.. ; . ; . fort service Station, none 555 Egyptian M^tpr Linjes, Ifjic. . •V ''J-t : Bus (• i Ooff HAPPY ENDING,? . .: B 7 Jimmy WEME HAD A LOVELY ' TlME.SALi.yj WHftT AUE YOU DOING OH.'IASKEDSALLV HOW SHEANOJIM MftDEOOTSOWELL SHE .TOLD ME IT WAS'ORGANIZED BUYIMGANDTOLDME HOW. I'M TRYING I DOMT SEE HOW THEY bO;lt MARGARET, JIM-GETS^-THE SAME SALARY I DO-YET THEY N SAVE MORE' MONEY x AND LIVE BETTER TOO WELL, HARRY, WE'VE SAVED TWO HUNDRED EXTRi DOLLARS IN THE LAST YEAR AND BOUGHT LOTS OF THINGS WE DIDNT THINK WE COULD AFFORD BEFORE BET, MARGARET ORGiANHED V?NQ IS BUSINESS F I'S simple. FJrsj, of counsc> A simple, flexible budget. Then fake this copy of this paper and I,,,,K carefully through the ads to find the items that you nml at the prices that lit your bud«d. Fill your wants every day by rcarfini; ( hc advertisements in this paper to balance your hudyct (^forc you go oul to buy instead of buying (he lliin KS you want and then seeing if your budget balances . . . this is organized buying and will give you more things for less money; lts.s effort. The COURIER NEWS THE HOME NEWSPAPER

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