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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 16, 1934
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iwo "•LVTHEVILLE, "(ARK.f COURIER NEW8 crc Le/Lu FRIDAY, NOVL'AtMli i«; Watch for End Plays, Says iNcw Star in Contract Bridge have a liand ilroiiB enough for an nothing but, hearts- led, now had original bid mid it contains only ulio lend a heart Into dummy's nor- Jour-card major, tlicy jjMcr I0'qiur» and llic contract WHS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS American WBlon Auxiliary mwt- f at hut, 1:30 \im. Ckoir Bw-fanlfes. The' choir of the First Baptist CJrtirch rtorfanized In n lirlcf meeting held lasl evening; wliiln the members were guests of the Rev. and jins. Alfred Caijwntcr for a party. Mrs. W. Jii. Williams was named president, Mrs. Tom Jnek- •son, secretary, ani Kirs. Paul 1*. rilrcclor. James Guard, LiiVrrnt' Plynn, Brackln. Laura' Hole, Robert Rcecier, Doris Wilson, , teibc] Brandon, Mary Spain Usrey and E. B. Rogers. Martha Ami "lij-rtch read the jj'agcniu and Mrs. Sclmn s, rcc. •; The 35 present spent the even- -ing hi games and musical con' ' ' ' . ...Mi's.. CavpcnUr served an Ice ^course with French pnsUles ami "cindy fa\(ors. * ^* i a 4 ' • ftlecltd To Honor Society. £ Miss Dorothea Rogers, daughter 7cf Mrs. Emma Lou iiogers, lias tbceii niade a member of the "•'Alpha Chi sorority, formerly the Scholarship society of the South. Miss Rogers was one of six chosen nl Arknraas State Ten- ciiers' , college, Comvay, Tor membership In this group which vc- qiilrcs that the first two j'oaijj unusually high. grades for the of college Lcntz Morrison » Club Has Guest. accompanist. p. L. Kngler was guest Club His Guests. Mrs. w. T. Oberst entertained llic Thursday Rook club members nnd, ^a number ot guests i last evening. Guests were: Mines.' J. W. Bader, A. M. Butt. Dwlglil Bowcil, O. S. Branson, J. Mcll Brooks, W. C. Gates, James U. 'ICIark, Ramsey Dunoui, M. G. ^'Goodwin, G. H. Gvcar, T. II. -Hayiics, E. D. Ferguson, Jolin Fcatherston, J. W. Parker, W. S. ''Langdon, Edwin Fjabliisou i|nd 'J;W. B. Fiillerton of Dawson Springs, ^Ky., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. ,"V. S. Branson. Atter the 24 had playcct rook, n salad plate was served with . Mrs. Oberst assisted by her'daugh- ter, Mrs. spuvgeoii Patterson, ot 'Jackson, Miss. i" The TlvmSfcifiving -motif was effectively used in the full floiv- ,ere- and the tallies. * • • • Entertains Club. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertained Die Thursday. Contract club when Mrs. J. Earnest, Hasr.on won tiic prise, a double deck of cards. A fruit salad course was scrv- .,,cd after 'the bridge games. Mrs. of Mrs. Max D. Miller when" she Had the Thursday Luncheon club. A three-course menu wus .served Hi one o'clock nnd Inter bridge was played with Mrs. J. A. I/>ocJl winning the prize, cocktail slicks, Red carnations and autumn garden flowers decorated Mrs. Miller's apartment. * * • • Uul Of Town Wits At Clul). Mrs. w. it... Cherry of furls, Ark;, hou.sesiiesl of Air. tiail Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mrs. J. a Horner, of nloomdclrt, Mo., anil Hot. Springs, were guests of Mrs. W. L. Horner when she entertained Die Mld-Wcek HrWec club Thursday for lunch and a bridge game. Chrysanthemums and other fall flowers decorated [he .small 'luncheon tables iiwrt for the serving of the two-coma; menu. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy won the prize, baking OLsh, and bath powder was .given Mrs. Cherry ana Mrs. Horner. _ ir.s but who is now teaching hi Illinois, will S |»jKl Hie weekend here UK the guest of Jiidi'e and MIS, G, E. Keck. Judge o. E. Keck is convalescing following several days Illness from Inthicnra. Mr. and Mrs. w. l,. Horner Imvc as their guest Mr. Homers mother, Mrs. J. S. HoriH'i', o( Hloom- lleld. Mo.. i>n<l Hut aprlnes, who Osceola Society — Personal The: monthly meeting of the A, was be lieix- iwo works. "v ••• B. Joyner is ill at his home I fi '""U"™ Present, Mrs. Polmicxtcr, sp grade, presented al the high .scliuol Wednt'Mliiy afternoon with 01) West, AsJi jitrcet. . Mr, and Mrs. j. have returned fro 1/ouis Cherry several days . i" Carls, Ark. They were accompanied home by Mr. Cherry's mother, Ate. w. K. cherry, who will visit, them tor n rew weeks. Ullian metis, who has bci-n ii patient lit the nlylhevllle hospital for twb weeks, lias been removed lo'lh'e home uf her sister, Mrs. George Unriicy. blu- is much ii n ,)|-ove<l bill Is yc-t con- IInecl to lu:r bed. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse II. Webb Itichard Je.wc, of Karic, of II10 u piny ^Classes rreMnt P««eanL iW TllB Senior and Junior English •y.tand Public SpcaXlng -glasses ''of **U)c city high school, with Miss ,'JiUiia B. Wllliehu as director, pre- iscnted In assembly yesterday a f-paseant of chatacters from books '^of many centuries. ;JJ The .pageant was the climax of -an eight weeks reading project •^during which time 858 cooks were and many were illustrated •Jjy liand made posters in obs»rv- ""ancc of National Book wesk. ii,.. Students received help In the ^.selection of the books for rcao- i»Jng, illustrating ond costiuiiliig of ^•characters from the -school and .Jity librarlsas, from 350 families. x-ninD book companies including (lie gjlllustrated London Mngaxine oi ' Bits oj Mostly Persona: Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes nrc spending the week-end In Nashville, Tcun. Mr. ami Mvs. Mnrllu Hose have ns their guest Mrs. ftoc's sister, Mrs, II, R, Ness, of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. It. Morris Kins, of Pace, Miss., were here last night and today to be with Mr. King's mother and sister who arc 111. He will go to Memphis today to undergo an operation for the removal of his tonsils tomorrow. Mrs. Robert E. King, who underwent an o])eratlon upon her nose In Memphis Wednesday is better. Miss Bobbie Lee King, who was removed from the Bly- thcvlltc hospital Monday, where she had been receiving UeiUrocnt for a stilTencd knee, was taken back to the tepila) lust night because of hei' serious condition. Tgclay shells slightly Improved. Clarence Wilson went to Memphis today for a brief visit with . ' Mrs. Jesf •Horner' wlio-ints ill, 'is ridw improviiit'.' ' Mrs. Wilson, who Is convalescing at the Uwight home of Mr. !i. Illackwood and Mrs following ..... <u and ion, v> Ark., were guests ot Mr. mid Mrs' Matt Moniighnji yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Russell wills of! i'arngould, were in the city yes-' ttrday and visited Mr. and Mi.i Matt, Moiinghai). Mrs, Knlliei-i,-|[. ljuleii -md daughter, Miss Helen, have returned home from Hugo, okla iinu Paris, Texas, where (hev visited irliMids. Amoiijt those |, t |)(irjgonld this afternoon tor tin- [oolball i-ams arc: Mr. anil Mrs. co/iiic tjHi-k- woll. M rs . w. j i>,,]| iu .,| Mre W. Klrby and her 'guesl.s[ Mrs. Sieve Goodwin and Airs. John I'inlcv of Memphis, Gcorpe nub- 1 . Uyron Morse, Mrs. Flovd \\hitc, Milieus Bvrui'd, Hllis Cook, the Rev. Mnrsh M. Callaway llrtr- ••" Dnris. Bitbo Gilbert, Harmon or, jlmmie Lee llrooks, mcm- of the Drum nnd u,, t .|o Corps: Dick While, George liub- banl, Jr., Joe McHiinoy. Hilly Mc- ffanoy, Mansfield Wasiiburn, Rny- nioiHl Bradley, .ohrlivs Aflliaek, Jr.. Joe Evvm-d, llmitcr Sims. Bill Morse, Jack Poster. Lcnilentilc 1'Owler, Gordon Ramcy, Lloyd Wise, Curl Lay mill Hubert Rrcdiv and a party of -to high SC | 1UO | students, (joliitf in n bus, chaiic-r- oncd by Mrs. H. l,. Bradley Mrs. U. C. Bent, of 'curtiihm- vnlc. is in the city today, she formerly lived here. Mis. II. Siipjiiiin, U f HI ^n^ will arrive Monday (or a visit with Miss Nell Han-is. Miss Freddie Biiihciincr ot Memplils. is the guest of Mr and Mrs. EMIe H. uavid, Bill Simmons and Henry Davis spent yesterday in Memphis Joe t'lilllips, who Ims been v.'ilh >c o. O. Harduway Cotton Co., '"Is season, luis returned to M-m- iKilf of the tuberculosis drive that Is to be started tfu; day aftci •J'Jmulijiijivuig. -rho cast of ttit lilay included llaby Pearl Cart wright, Mfixlnc .Taylor, pica,;, Iluckaby, Charles Green, William Hard Bdrlngton, nnd Marie Muyo. Geoj-gi? Ufci-. superintendent of ivchnols, yavo a talk on the ratlny ol boohs, G. 15. Scgraves discussed the parents' viewpoint on books for the home. Mrs. Spencer Urlv- <'i played « piano solo. Mrs. segravcs gave a report 01 her trip lo the state eonvcntloi lol (lie P.-T, A. in Fort, BmlU. mid Mrs. A. p. Ba.rhnm told ol (he county council nicethig al Leaehvillc. Mrs. Thorn read llio piraident's mctwigc ami liud Ine count ol mothers. The first and tenth grades won the dollars for having the most mothers present. Here is the lirsl of u serifs ol' IN arlfrtt'ii in wjilcli \VHIiam li. ^Iclicmify cxplnins sume of Ihe jutstamliiuj; JianJs playeil by i;iron I-'nnk, of Clevclaiul, one uf the foremost contract players In the country. 11V \V.M. K. -HeKKiVNCV Scrrclary, Anieriean Krhlgt League It) (he last two Important tournaments of the American Bridge League, the name of Aavon KriinV: lias played a prominent purl. lie wus on the leiiui that won the knockout team clwmplon.ihlp at Atbury Park. At the recent Nu- tional Masters' Tournament, he and his tennnnatcs gave the fain- V 0 G 2 > A K Q .1 10 £ ^10 A A K 7 U r A () <i • S 75 * S 3 2 Duplicate—All vul. .South West A'orlli Kiisl 1« I'OSK J* a # h t'atis -I ^ I'jiss i 1'ass l'as« I'ass Oiicnlng lead— Jf, K. io oils Jacoby. Biirnstiue, Scbenkcn, John Miller fell the other day Ool(iicb - " IKl Prey eombiiulion a ml spmincd his hip. . He is now' ial toulc - Their loss can, how- i the Batrd hospital under the. I m ' 1 '' '"•' "Wribnted lo luck of cs- c:\if of ills son-hi-luw, Dr. Paul' |lcric '" cc iiairtl jr., In Dyersburg. n major operation. Itc will thsir uijur uijuiauon. lie win men .. to Nashville for (be football HOSpltttL to to Nashville for the football gume tomorrow. Mrs. Wilson plans j , u i. lo return home next week. \ .,,.;.' Ml- rturf T\»,-c n n ^.-.. 1.-I..I... ,>.,^ I ' Imitted to the lllyuicville lios Mr. and Mrs/ Harry KlVbv *«£[%£!'• BMls ™ °| T ' v "?' "°ute ? Or. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims will K,,,,'.,'., , ... Bl i ) 1 '" lllli . *•<"••' go to Nashville for the football £° bb .'? Uc >'"«' c ^.- M '«- w - itcad Courier NEWS want Ads. nk i.s aekaoivledgL'd as one of Today's Contract ProMcm Tliis lii'llic si'coml of nix wlintliiK liamls by Aaron friinlr. Houtli lias tlio con- Irai.-t al llircu no triimii. West oiiens the nino ot ^iKidc:, in retiiioiiiii! tn iiis inirtncr's bii;nlu bid. Maul wins . llm first (wo siiad.i li'lcks. and tlicu Klilfts lo a clul). How would you reason the luuid now, li you were declarer'; How would you uliiy'iiiu heart suit? 0 Q l o 'j : [, K J 6 A A 73 » J ? 2 « K K 4 2 + A72 ijvlutioii ill iie.vl issue. open llv: bi'-ldlivj with, an uilificUil IB clul) bi'J. N'ow, on the second round olbid- ditig, when one shows Iiis major iiilf, Hie partner knows H is ,1 lOiir-CHi'der. In expluinint; today's Jjand, Frank told me that he did not be- ltc\'c championships were won by si>cctacu!ar pluys. However, u good player should be on the lookout for simple end plays. He says most players take too many . finesses. If they fail, they blame their loss on hard luck. pioiibhi]) tiilty for him ivilhin (he next tew years. I have asked him to tell my raiders his reasoning on sonic of his important tournament hands, and to today I am pleased to present the 'ir.'.t of a series of six hands by Frank. I will explain the hands us he tokl them lo me. Frank sat in the North and his par,.v<r, Jelf Glick, who Many finesses can be avoided by Biich play as lie gives in today's hand. The I'hiy The king of clubs was opened, followed by the uce, which 1'nink trumped with llic eight of diamonds. Three rounds of diamonds were taken and a spade led to dummy's king. Dummy's last clul) was played and trumped, Frank coultl sec that, If vhc spado suit would break, he could discard, one of his losing"' hearts, to now he cashed the queen ol spades and then led a small spade lo dummy's ace. But East showed out. n., ijumi.-nrn: The play is now simple.' the tll( , slcm fourth spade was led, West played a novc itv and the jack and Frank discarded the, deuce ot hearts. West, having 1 Read Courier News want Ads As Friuik sai's, it is not. a diiu- •ult play, but it was this hiuul hat helped him and his partner o win the Ohio State champion•|il|> title for Ihe second lime. (Copyright, 1931 NEA Sen-lee, Inc.) Paul, Abbott President of Armorei 4-H Cjub - - Armorei • Boys and Girls •!il club has been reorganized for the year with'Troy Mullins, assistant county, agricultural ascnl, in charge, -These olficcrs were IV': Paul Abbott, president.; DorLs Anderson, vice president; Sara Jane Briscjidinc, secretary; Anna Ridenour, reporter: Miss Bob Williams, sponsor; Garlitnd Conaslcr, assistant. Etowah Resident Grows 'Siamese Twin' Pumpkins " twin" pumpkins, grown by W. p. Mitchell of the Ttowali community have been brought to the Courier Men's office. Mi'. Mitchell considers the pumpkins, joined together from r entire length has ployed wilti him in all his chainpluiuiiip victories, was silting in t!ic South. Click and Frank use the one-ever-one, except that they do not the greatest card players in the Believe in opening the bidding with country and I predict many cham-'u tour-card ma jot suit. If tlisy How Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Bad Cold Millions have found in Calotabs a ;:iost valuable aid In the treatment of colds. They lake one or two tablets the first night and repeat the third or fifth night if needed. How do Calotabs help Nature throw off a cold? First, Calolabs arc one of the most thorongii nntl dependable of all intestinal cliniinanls thus cleansing the intestinal tract or c o the germ-laden mucus and toxincs. Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thus Calotabs serve the double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both of which are needed in the treatment of colds. Calotabs are quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents for the trial , package. (Adv.) < •^.s Crisco, says Mrs. Quinn Gtf/SCO-iried foods aren't greasy—they digest quickly „,.. _ _. from costumcrs and re-j r ,ta!ia companies. *&' Characters In the pagciu were'. "'Becky McCall, UcWy proctor, John Stevens, Mac Morris, Victor Ivy, Eddie SaHta, James Burton, Dor- Innc Coulter, Doris nay Dobyns, Helen Harwell, Ben Craig, N. B Mcnard. Betty McCutchen, Charles Brogdon, Polly Ann Buck, Meli Brcoks, Ennna Jo Hess, Eugene Bladcvcll, Rouse Harp, Lottie Heath, Bculah Belle Bradley, Eur- uclle Bradley. James GUI, Mnv- bcllo Snider, Pauline Hires, ViV- fiinia .Durham, Mary Faith PucV- ctt, Herschcl Mosley, Herman .Turner, noselcc Russell, Ruth BurSs, Rita BombolatW, Jo Mc- Ghec, Emmalme Page, Sara Richards, Jean Armantront. Constance Smith. Frances Holland. Chiquita Douglis, Bonnie Lynn Whe-lcr Ralph Farrar. colleen Holland, La vclle Deaeltc, «uiii Dlllahunly. Gordon Ramcy, B J Sanlord Marie Collier, v . A . Mllml ' t'linic. In the jame party \rlll be Mr. ntirt Mrs. Max D, Miller and Mr. and Mre. nusau Phillips, wlso will visit Mrs. Phillips' mother, who has moved from Rldgctop lo Nashvllk for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dolan ami family, who have been imikiiiu their home here for scverul n'.or.- t!«, arc returning to .loncsbovo Monday. Mr. Dolcn having been Iransfcrred. lie is connected with the Frlseo railroad. . Mr.s Lee Walton will spend ill'! week-end in Nashville. Tcnn., meeting her son, John Page, who '* a student at Columbia Military , . . 3. Grci'ii. Munilii; Miss Martha Brown, .student nurse; Mrs. O. C. Moore. Route '2; Joe Bumpan, Hr-rmomtole. Dismissed: Pete Barnes, iliUiiniHi. academy. Mis. ,v Shibky ABUCS Hmney ,s|icnt. ycstcnluy in ilcmpJiLs-. Miss Ida Marie Simple ot C;i|rj O'irardcau. Mo., «-l)o taughl scliool at Holland, Alo.. for the swst two Repair Lone Oak Home A new roof and oilier iciv.viis arc underway „( u le \\amt of Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Colcmiin, uliu live en Home 3, In the Lone O;ik coinmunliy. Mrs. Man/ Quinn heps house for her so», her sisler and a brotlicr who trunk a great deal. "My brother Jumes mis fried jaotls when he is home because I always fry with Cmco," says Mrs. Quiiui. "For (he pusl 5 years I hare been -using Cmco steadily .for frying, biscuits and pie misl. 1 Jed responsible for rjiwiy my family digestible food. Last winter my son teas ill and lite doctor learned him lo be careful of his digestion, but /ic never had any trouble with my Crisco-jricd potuloes!" A kitten in loin, Kan.. WHS born witliout hind legs. U walks nn lb, Iront legs and propels Itself wllli I It- 1 - tail in a manner akin to the I Kangaroo. ' TOO LATE TO SAI.I: Marc. fat. aM i All purjxxse pounds. Excellent nunliUcs; for small ch!!r,rcn to ride or i Thousands of Women Sa Something New in Leathers lu; Judy: Hosiery To Harmonize Admira'tibn , Wajrnc Knjl 75c lo |1.25 In Black or \\va\\\\ I'iu-a.s- iinl Gulf, \v i1 ti lwo-toin> brown and IKMJJC Unring. Coutiiicutat Keel. at the New York Store Popular Priced Shoes, Hosiery, Too AIRS. QU1N;N'S STORY IN PICTURES Hello,! Ji»Hr. time for dinner. How do you feel? Oh, sO-so! Sromach'i a lillla od—l eton'( get your got>d cooking on ny fnpj. t can't touch fried (oadi on ffic lond— foa groajy—they 'Disc merry Ne fluf son, you never hod a bit of tfoublc bcwi/is I alv/ays (ry wifh CR1SCO. If's too bad more people don'l kna CfilSCO fries Mother's fighf. Afler ihe firipps last year, Ihe doctor told me to be careful aboyf fjfed foods. TASTY TOAST III!} is sn cmij la naif, itjliu h Ihe t,A\ r > 's l^cuiulcri-uvuriiJiimUiain \'i Icaspoou table uiuslurd (i slices lirfild liouni Crisco for fryiou fk-U I-KBS lislilly, add milk an,) salt. Di,, tliickilirei uf braid in iiiulur,-. Mcll iilcnu- of \V|IO!MOIIIC tli- geiliUc Cri«-r>inikilltl, wlun liuiailil },m J au(i frv until tcvisly brown on bull, si.les. Mix minced Iwin mill mustard and spread ovcrsiu-raceufloasl. Pl;i,-c ni liot am: lunscnnusli I,, ]i«,i Ihurouslily. C^misii will currant jelly just More sct\\u s . / CIIKESE PUFFS « doic/(CO(t Ir cat that's li'jhl ond dt 1 flip ffraU'cl cliec.-i: pnpnka p *•« ftbreiid cnnnljj 1 ffraU'cl cliec.-i: *•« ftbreiid cnnnljj jxKin \\orccslcr- shim Kiiifc COOK BOOIi Success duties liy Ksrali 1'icld tifilinl, fouU tJUur, McCaU'* Magazine- M 1 ) di^Cbttblc Crisco iccipct. /\ wealth «f cooking help is here for j:iuinih;Li-AunJcrfulcl'jLfi l)O\ini[ cook book pTc?arp<I by Sarah I'wt-l ^;ilint. whofc coolv- IHR department ia nurh an insjiirntinn in l-r.^utiful /Wiiti'i muKitinc, Ci-pj-jusl>• illustrated. Mint3 cm fru-hJunal>lc way.i lw wrrvc. Chapters on menus, meal planmnK, limc-^avir-K Vitchcn crjuipmcnl. IJach chapter jrhrs .S;jcc^.-i Ixjcrcl.". K'j c?z>tMlf you don'l tircrf ancithcrctA>k ln-oVin yyur kilcj^n. You couldn't duplicate this cc...k bnuk in ln»Jc Blon-d l->r l»i 41,00, Hut It'e jov« far cnty ?;> mr.ln if you mail coupon and Ihe oul?trlo •»ta]>i>cr fr <jm x 3-L!». ran of Criat-o fur deep frying N.J iril egg. Mix mnn(>.s williyolk, Atl-U'li'^nni*.! s « ^uniti^-i. Fold iit slilljy hcalcn cgy-w|iik. .Sliajia '"' » 10 Ij tlU jni'J ru)J in Jinc dry brraij crurub^. Droft i »tu iluciK/ryf.'^'We (Vi^fu liculinl lo a7j*F. fur until i |"-i • r f liria-J will brown iu (.iUsefouJs). fry mitit ^ -I'liTi liroivn, (Jnuri on iil^ortrjit(ja[»rr.b"crvc willi Irit.sofpriUcdhin.Tjjt.'nic.iCcbcaiepuffsarcjoli^it md tn py wbcn frk-J in Crisw, Ibe iJijjcatiblc ful. KcQicinljtr, loo, tli;il (,'rist-o can be u^c'J over uu-l (i^r iigaiti fur frying— it ktcps ttijtstiWe. HI MfatJircmcttta /xrc/-Ois«i fs tiic rr.-iilcrcJ tr'Atlr-iuvuk ol a ^IvorVcmug immufacLurcU \ y The I'roclcr & CrJimMc Ct». lirXTS ON DKKP-FRY1NG' —Kith Critto, the quitk-diycsiin'j fat Vo« tlt». v 't TA . V \ a VIR (3etj> -trying hcVUt when you us« B'ict wici-stiMcCriiin*. lj5cnrtrcpF^urep3n, in'j rl-jn'l n«!ct! ti'juntfs and T'°un<l3 ot Crisco. Fill ttiC iU'jrtpan Jj full. Never h'M Ciiscij unlit it srnoVw, in the old -lash brjo-j way. A fat (fut srnykoa t-ujily id actually dceom pusinz' J n*co rff.^.1 ni-t smuke at ijruwcr trjinz lcmpcr»lurc-v It . • throw thttt f>J5co R-*av that yr-u'vo used fui » ire, Strain it hark into a can, ar.J "*« t!l ? t tt '- ITn "- nnj; over and over again. Crisco itayadiV^iOW Ttll & GAMltl'Bi Dcpl- A P. O. llox 8-*7, CliK-iiunUi, Ohio. ?fe quickly At (lie recenl I'miricr News Cooking School, Miss Kdna M. Kerguson II-T(| nntl i-cconimended CIUSCO. the mortem, tiiiick-digoslinjr shorlcniny.

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