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TWO '(AUK.)- COUilltiK NEWS • MONDAY, FEHKUAlfV- 22, - Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meeting First. Baptist church, 3:30 p.m. Junior G. A meeting First Bap- list church, 1 pin Intermediate.a. A. meeting First Baptist church, 4 li.m. Mrs Uoyd Stlckinon having the Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting \\IIU Mis W.'Lcon Smith WEDNESDAY'S, EVENTS Mrs W. J. Wundcrllch having Wednesday Bridge club Chapter "D" P K. O . having tea for girl graduates city liigh tchool 4 pm^at home of Mi» B. A. I^nch . O- , , Bible study, Chinch of Clukt, meeting, with Mrs. .B. L. Cook, Stovall apartments. 2:30 P. M. '• THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meeting \\ith Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr. Mrs. C, P. Tucker having Town and Country club. Mrs. J. T. Phillips having Thursday Contract club Yarbro Missionary society meeting at the home of Mrs Lee Stiles Mrs.. Loy Welch ,having Thursday Bridge club. Town and Country club nice I- ing with Mrs C. r, Tuckei Alln» society, Church of Im- mnciilatc Conception, has Ing bingo party, 8 P M. at social hall FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board. Woman's club, having luncheon meeting, 1 p m, at club! liduse. Makes Game Though Contract Was Played in Wrong Hand liV \VM. K. McKKNNEY Secretary, American liritlgc league While bidding (is a whole is becoming more and more slond- ardiied, due In a measure to the large number of duplicate tournaments, there still are differences of opinion on individual bids. r think South, In. today's hand, £hould have responded to his AAK.3 VKO « KOG AJ 10532 lit J 10 V Q 10 8 •! » J74 *KQ04 Duplicate—None vul. South West North Kast Pass Pass 1 + N. T. Pass 2 N. T. 3N.T. Pass Pass Pros Pass Pass Opening lend—A 4. Cornell W. at S. Meet-;. The Gosnell Missionary. Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Elmer Van Cleve. Mrs. J. W. Craw- foid lead n chapter fioin the book of Secmxl Thessaloiilans and said Ilia opening prayer Mrs R F. Temple 5 read 'the Ihcme "Follow Me" fiom the nc\\ book by Una Roberts '.Lawrence and lhe members decided lo study a chaplcr each week There were four new members enrolled, Mrs, Jess Grcar. Mrs. Lonnie Grimes Mrs Ira Jones and Mrs. Charley Cook Prayeis were said by several members The neKt meeling will be with Mrs. R'. F. Temple Thursday afternoon. ' * • * Yarbro Society MeeK. The .Yarbro : Missionary Society met at the home of Mis L. M Bojd with Mrs George S\\aln, Mrs /r J. E Parrish and Mis.'Albeit'HoI- hngsv-orlh, as assistant hostesses. Mrs. Starling .Bunch gave the de- \oUonal „ Various members gave parts;''from the pamphlet "Health Work m the Wesley House' Piayer Mas offered by the Rev Don C Hol- nian. Refreshments . were served ditruig the social houi. ' • * bluly Course Postponed The first meeting of, the study course; to be. sponsored•, by the Pa rent-Teacher Association of the cits, has been postponed until March 1. It was to! have been held Monday , night; Details of (he study will be announced latci. partner's third hand bid with one .leart rnliter than one no trump inrt .'then North would have beci *,lie declarer at Ihrcc no Iruuip. South, with the opening lead could count seven tricks. Foil clubs, two spades and one hear were e.i.sy. but, the other.' 'Ivv needed to complete the contrite :iad to Ire developed. Declarer won .the first trlcV with the ace in dummy, and Ic i club. East won Hie second >clu tiick A leluin of a. spade>.wa mposslble, so a club was played. West discarded a spade. South cashed dummy's remain- Today's Contract Problem ' South is playing ii contract • of four hciirts, doubled. Us- , iiiK tiie suil-dii'ccling signal, • can West show Jiis partner ; the spade ace'/ A 542: i ¥1008751 * 2 + K Q J 10 V A K Q J 3 » KQ J5 . Sf 0 5 •) None vul. Opener—•?• 7. Solution in next issue. 22 Bits of News Mostly Personal ne clubs, then led Ihc king of icarts. West refused to lake lhal Irlck, hut look the second, on which the ten was finessed. A diamond was led and East won with Hie queen. Then he cashed the ace, and returned third diamond. The. rest was easy for declarer lie merely dropped the king o diamonds on East's ace, and the jack of diamonds gave him enln, Into his own hand to cash hi two established hearts and Ihu fulfill Ills contract. The making of game require' Kiss Virginia Martin, who '- attends Ihc Mate university at l r ay- elUvlllc, has arrived home to re main while convale.sclnr; following an illness. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hall ,ind chldrcn spent the week-end a Farmingtcn, Mo. . Mrs. J. P. Holland and Mrs Charles Perry-spent'Saturday ii lemphis. Mr. and Mrs. J.. Nick Thoma r., of Memphis, 'are guests ;o Ir. and Mrs. J. Nick Thoma or two days. Mrs. J. M. Vivlaii and grand on, Billy Crosj, have rcturnc roin Wiirrensburg. Mo., wlicf hey spent two weeks with Mr ,'ivlan's daughter, Mrs. Jeff Mot \ii(l family. Mrs. H. Ii. Moore left Salur Jay- for her home In E! Pas Texas, alter visiting her siste Mrs. Doyle Henderson, and fam- ly, havin? come because of tiie death of their mother. Mrs. W. B. Button. Mrs. Henderson motored her to Memphis. Mrs. S. S. Stcrnberg and son. Harold, arc expected lo return home in a few days from a six weeks trip which lias taken them lo points of Oklahoma, Mineral Wells, Texas, and points of New Mexico, including Carlsbad Cavern. Among the out cf town people here today for chancery cour.l arc: W. W. Prcwilt, J. T. Coston Spring Suit That Works Up Fast of friends at Armorel Sunday. J. L. Masters, of Manila, at- ttncicd to business here Friday. Mrs. Ruth Crawford and Alvln Allen, visited friends in Stecle Sunday. ; Miss Alterta Kconcc spent the week-end at Manila with her mother. ley-Campbell Hardwire Store, sue- iu Manila Friday. They plan to Steele-Cooter. Society — Personal Miss Elizatcth Marvcll was hos- ess lo a dinner party last week in lonor. of the birthday anniversary of her sister; Mrs. C. B. Miller. Aflcr the dinner was served the v, cecdlng W. E. Hodges, who has return soon to their home, recent- 1 /i moved to Memphis. lly vacated by Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Mr. and Mrs. Will Michle, wholTipton, who have moved -to the have been confined lo their home at Gibson for two weeks by Illness, are improved. The following are on the honor rol'i of cooler high school-, freshmen—June Brown, Mitchell Cas- sldy; Reva McCann, Lynn Vaughn; sophomores—Sarah Frazier, Theta Jo Hudson, alciidcan Jones; juniors—Louise Beckham and Margaret Fowler; .seniors—Archie Boston, Rowena Campbell arid Davis Thomas. home they purchased from Roy Skinner, a mile south of town. Mrs. Ktp Moore Is in Memphis with her mother, Mrs. Robert Fisher, .who is at a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox have returned to Manila alter a few days visit with Dr. and Mrs. V. R. Fox of Little ROCK. , . Read Courier News Want Adr Velma Jones Prettiest Cooler High Student guests played brldee. ™*^\^S'- ot *?^%£™. were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haggard, i est sponEored bv t | le 3tu dent body 3f Coojer high school: Prettiest c glrl—Velma Jones, Most- handsome boy-^Joe Azbfll. Mr. and Mr: . and Mrs. Gerald Brooks of Steele, Miss Virginia Crider of Caruthers- vllte and Ralph Capps of Portageville. careful play, besides favorable location of the jack of hearts. Hud West opened a diamond, South would have confronted with .a choice between the spade and \ heart finesse, to fulfill his conduct. The spade choice would have spelled defeat. A hicky heart guess would have made the contract. EuUitain Churdi Officers The Rev. and Mrs. II. Lynn Wade entertained officers of the First Methodist church and their wives and husbands with a turkey .ind Us weekly party Thursday af- iernoon at•• Mrs. James '-Hill's ipaiimcnl when Mrs. E. RSMa- ;on and MIS. Edwin Robinson were guests. A' plate liinch was served niter the curd games. ' Mrs. C. F. Tucker won first and the hostess, second high, among the club members' and :lhc guest -.rlzc; cards, went lo Mrs. Mason, Class lla.s Parly. . .. _, . The Golrten Rule Sunday school class of the First Christian church hud a bunco parly 'Friday night at tlw home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris Moon. Miss Lclr> Beck won the traveling pri/e and Mrs. C. A. .Taut, the high score award, in the game played by : the 20 members present, v In a bilcf business session,'presided mtr by the .president. J. Bryant, Miss I.ela Beck* was elected assistant" secretary. The 'George Washington moliC was/used in (he refreshments -of cherry pic with whipped cream, and cofTce. ; ; A guest was Raymond Garrigan, nesdny afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Lal- shnw held high score. Low score awards were given at eacli [able, going lo Mrs. W. M. Cryslcr, Mrs. J. W. McCloskey and Mrs, Leonard Sliade. • » » Club Hits.'Pot luck :, The members of lhe Double- Hugh Craig and G. B, Segrayes of Osceola,, and E. L. Weslbrook jr., of Joneslraro Miss Anna Chapman, of tlic Shepherd of the Kills home,,a j Bc'xnr, Ark., is in lhe city... 01 Imsinc-ss. Miss Bobbie Jean Bla.vlock, who Is employed In St. Louis, spen lhe week-end with her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. .--N Blaylcck, and her uncle, R. . E Bloylcck, and family. She wa. jollied here by her father, A.I o Blaylock, of Memphis, who als spent the. week-end. -, Mrs. J. G. Ledbttler. who ' re ccntly' underwent an op-sru/.ib at the Ulylhevllle hospital, hn teen removed to the liomc'-'.'b of Union City, Tenn. dinner Friday night at their home. Potted plants were used for decorations and the place cards were in keeping with lhe spiingtnne inolif Mrs Wade uas assisted by Mrs. J. D. Barksd»le and Miss Laura riatt in scmng Those present were: H. P. Paddison. chairman of the board of stewards and Mi's Paddison, Har-1 linlcrlains Wednesday Chili vcy Morris," secretary of lhe board. Carutliersville Society — Personal and Mrs. Morris Brjant Stewait, assistant treasurer of the church and Mrs. Stewart, s. K. Garret U superintendent of the Sunday school, Mrs. Garrett and daughter, Mrs. A. o. Hudson, president of the Woman's Missionary society and Mi Hudson ' * • * P. K. O. Has a Luncheon Meeting. Mrs. Riley B. Jones and Mrs Dixie Crawford were hostesses to n luncheon meeting of Chapter "N" of the P. E. O. Sisterhood Saturday at:the Jonca home. " The 12 members and one visitor, Mrs. B. A. Ljnch piesldent of the stile organization, made plans for the state comcntion, to be held here April 9 and 10, m the brief business session which followed lunch." Lunch was scned at small tables decorated with bouquets of violets and -George Washington place cards Jonquils were also used about-the room. and their '.husbands enjoyed a pot-luck , dinne at Ihc home'of Ally .and Mrs. O E. [looker Wednesday evening. At rook the high score award i' tile women was presented to Mrs. A. J. Day. Mrs. Leonard Llm- laugh cut for consolation. Robert lleygood hold high score among ucn and the consolation award vas presented lo Robin Pierce. Mrs. Paul Homer has been 111 or a few days with Influenza.. Miss Merry Tlmipp has left for Springfield. Mo., where site will attend a business college. Mrs. Guy Hustcddc returned Wednesday morning from St. Louis, where she spent several days on business^ Leo Wolf spent several days last week In SI. Louis on business. Mr. and Mrsi- N. W. Helm and family have moved into their new brick home at the' edge of town. Lincoln Parklson has been confined lo his bed for lhe past week with influenza. Mrs. Roy F. Bradley, who has been 111 for the past two weeks, Is slowly Improving. her sister, -Mrs. C. M. Baxle where-she will 1 convalesce befdr returning lo her home at El Piisc Texas. J. D. Davis, of Turvcll, was th With all the intriguing spring colors that run the gamut of the rainbow, from which to choose, you'll certainly long for this adoiablc dress. And a little industry will about bring it, for you can knit It yourself from our directions No. C8411. The charm of the design lies In its very simplicity. The dou- bte-licllccl effect gives just the necessary touch to make it look up-to-thc-mimitc in style. Tlic directions bring you photographic Illustrations of the stitch and garment as well as for a smart crocheted and three-piece knit suit. •To order, ask for No. C8411, or tear out illustration and send with 15 cents stamps or coin Address your order to Blytheville Courier News • Make It Yourself Pattern Bureau, Box ICG, Kansas City, Mo. Be sure lo give name and complete address. ralysis j he had two weeks ago, Ir, now l much improved and has returned lo his home.•'•-"•• ':•>•- " Rupert • anil Jim Craltoii liave •returned from a business trip to Helena and Little Rock. Mrs. M..A. Massey entertained Ihc Study club al her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clco Gar- rett'gave a very interesting talk on "Mrs. Roosevelt." The next meeting, of the club will be with Mrs. Robert Stecle Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter are he parents of a daughter, born t their home last week. She has i named Jhnmie ouida. Mrs. Carter is the former Miss Lucille Vail. Supt. and Mrs. C. B. Miller spent Saturday in Memphis as guests of Miss Helen Marvell. Mrs. Sidney Lipscomb is serlous- y 111 at her home on Walnut street with kidney trouble. Mrs. E. Casey and daughter, Miss Vallie, have returned Irom a vlsi' with relatives In Memphis. Phillip Koury and sister. Mis, Olga, motored-to Memphis and ac companied their parents, Mr. anc Mrs. N. Koury, lo their home i this city. Mr. Koury underwent a) operation at. a Memphis iibspita' He is getting along well. Miss Julliet Frank, who lias bee: hi a Memphis hospital for scvera Most popular girl—Mary Prances Waoster. Most popular boy—Wayne Cope- aiid. Most optimislic—Weslal Riddlck. Best sporl—Wilborn Jones. Best all round student—Howena Campbell. Best typing student—Rowena femgbcll. Wittiest—Edward Blessing. Neatest dressed student—Louise Beckham. Most loyal student—Thela Jo Hudson. Most studious—Thcta Jo Hudson Most polite—Thela Jo Hudson. Manila Society —- Personal FEMININE WEAKNESS Mrs. .C.' 1.. Malm- ol 15|l Common St.. Houston. Iroas. said I used to bave headacheJ associate,] - wild minor functional disturbances. I iiietl Ur, I'ime's Favorite I'resctiption a* a Ionic ptil.v a short M-hile- anil it increased my appetite anil helped to reliexe tne 1 iiucH better 'in every ; way." Buy now ol jour neighborhood drujrgist New size tablets '" Large sitt d'jlcti or 50 en , liquid $1 flj $1 3S U I • (I Everything For Your Ehtertalttr menC and Comfort The W. M. S. of the first Methodist church met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. B. W Cowans with the president, Mrs H. M. Fleeman, in charge. Mrs Claud Grain led the program Those taking part were: Mrs. H, W. Cowans, Mrs. Jack Tipton Mrs. Myrtle Pearson and Mrs. Last Time Today Merle Oheion and I lirun Ahernc 'in j "Beloved Enemy" With Hcnrv Stcphenson, Jet- onic Cow.ui, BaMd Ni\cn and:; Karen Morley. Also- Paramount News. .'1'echnicotor Cartoon and Comedy —Admission— Matinee—10'i 20c NigKt—1G-& 3Cc weeks, was returned lo her horn in this city last week. Mrs. Ruban cliandlier of Blythe ville is the guest of her parents, Mrs. George Young of If Bud Ashabranncr. Mr. and Mrs. George Snydcr of Blytheville were guests of friends Sliest of Miss Virginia Durham I Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. Fred Wheeler was hosles. to her bridge' club and an extra table of guests Wednesday after noon. High score among the club members was held by Mrs. A. P. Ncifind. The high guest prize was presented to Mrs. Harry Rldgley. Mrs. Anna Lacey, held second high club score. * * * Mrs. Scliult Enlcrlains Mrs. Louis Schult entertained her bridge club and one extra guest. Mrs. Jim'' VaiiAusdali, Wetl- and her mother. Mrs. John Durham, for Ihc week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman spent yesterday at Wilson as guests of Mrs. Huffman's parents. Mrs. William Tausch and Mrs. Charles Bright have returned from Memphis where they eral days. They went down especially for the Corlese Brothers concert gfvcii last Wednesday. William Tnusch, who is cmploy- i<i by the Chicago Mill and Lumber company a Helena, spent the weekend with hts family. Marion 'Gray and Jim Wilson, )f Memphis, were the guests of (Irs. Oray's parents, Mr. and Mi's. j. M. Gray, for the weekend. Miss Jessie Louise Miller, daush- :er of Mr. and Mrs. fien H. Miller, lias tceii ill with influenza since Thursday. Mrs. Ira Gray and daughter! Maiy, and Miss Rosa M. Hardy, spent the weekend at Gates, Tcnn. , '. R. W. Crawford, who recently Cunningham left Thursday for a trip which will tube them lo paints of Oklahoma and Hot Springs, vvonl to St. Enlcrtains Club. The Town -and Country Club Coughs Beware tougns from common colds that Hang On No mailer how many medicines you have tried lor your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief Mow \rtth Creomulslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to laVo a chance Vflfh anything less than Creomul- sion, which goes right to the seat of the trousle to aid nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed nicm- bnmes $3 the germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. ' -Even"if other remedies have lallttl. donT; be discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and lo refund i your money If you are cot Batlsfic<i] with results from the very first bottle. , Cret Creomulslon right now. (Adv.) CAitl) OF THANKS We wish to thrtnk nil our friends for tlic kindnesses and sympathy shown iluriug tiie illness :int rtcjith of our beloved husband niul fnlhcr, J, H. Onrner. Mre. Knlie Gamer, Mr. iind Mrs. Louis Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bell Garner Hnrvcy Gainer. Mrs. 'Mildred Shepherd. Miss Mnry Alice Garner, James Frederick Garner. ' Miss Edith George Louis Saturday afternoon where she will buy stock for her shop. She plans to return Wednesday. : Mr. and Mrs. Lotlis Lausky and Mrs. Walter Roscnthnl w5nt -. to St. Louis Sunday to buy merchandise for their stores. 'They )lnn to return Wednesday. nobby McIInney spent yesterday in Osceola as the guest of "rank Dulaney jr.. who lived here had a light, stroke of aralysis, is now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill went to Memphis Saturday on business and rsmaincd over Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin. Mrs. Rupert Crafton and children returned Friday from " Cape Girar- doa« where they spent two days, T. J. Grecnwell sr.. of uc.-vi Haytl, who has been at the homi of Ills son. Paul Circcnwcll. while recovering from a stroke o! mtil a short- time ago. Mrs. Paul Kimbrmigli jias re- urtK-d from West Memphis, where :hc visited Mr. Kimbrouijli, who s stationed there. Rives O. Allen, who recently underwent, an operation at the Mem-, "'•'- Baptist hospital. i s daily im-1 ;• Mrs. E. E. Wright ami children and her two daughters, Mrs.- Robert Burdina of Brajg city and Mrs. Sam Burdinc of Hayti, have returned' from an extended visit with relatives in Mnury City, Tenii. Miss Maxine Williams, who received a fractured leg in a car accident, two weeks ago-and has since beeii in ths Blytheville hospital, was Returned-lo .her home'in this city over lhe weekend and is slowly improving as Is her mother, Mrs." Lulc Williams, who was also in the accident. Mr. ami Mrs. Clay Lewis have moved lo Hayti. Paul Frame, who underwent an operalion at ths Blytheville hospital last week, is getting along well Buck Anthony was taken to tba Memphis Baptist hospital Friday night for an operation. . Mrs. Velmcr Campbell received word Saturday night that her brother, Carlee Travs. was seriously i! with pneumonia at the home ol his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Travis of Marstou. Miss Nina Brooks, chief operalo: of the Cooler telephone exchange who has been seriously ill, wa laken to the Memphis Mclhodis hospilal over the weekend. Phy sicians there say her condition i very much improved? r J ' proving. Mrs. Allen is with him .Mrs. Ross Beavers has gone 'to Reuovo, PH., to make her home with Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Goldstein. L. G. Pott?, of Los Angeles. Calif., arrived Thursday (o spend several days with his sister, Mrs L. M. Burnett, and family. Miss Hazel Ring was the guest h , has ., co 10slllo ' J In llui Blue Room Our DANCE TONIGHT Tenth. Anniversary Join Ihc crowd this evening for a delightful lime. Ycu'H enjoy the dancing and tlic fun, Dance starts at 9 o'clock. Music By ^ Billy Parker And His 12-)>iece Orchestra §1.00 Pci- Pci-soii 1L NOBLE A washe to ferm needs Maytag li.is ilcfinilcly proved its .'.iliilily to meet firm comluioru. Ultasrncl tlic test on more farms tlun any other w.-isru:r. Thcbig-caii.icityjOnc-piccc cast- .tluininum tub varies,larger talclics of i-lothcs fasier ami clcaricr. The m.uvclous Holier W.itcr Remover takes a liulk)- W,inkct or a th!n h.injkcrchkf without adjuring the lension and wrings liolh evenly dry. Ouilt to g i vc m orc years of • miigcil f-iirn life. Ttt DiMiti fcjir.rMi <irc Lasy la HanJJi E. B. Gee Sales Co!, Inc. 5lh & Main . — Phone 07 M.IW-W THE MAYTAG COMPANY . M<»ul.eluiiti FOUNDED 1S93 • NEWTON, IOWA TI i * e ^ • o ™ C( * °f °* co ^ A '' k 3 to stcelc l ° ^ccpl th ma » a s er ° ! "'« TUESDAY IS $175 BANK NIGHT All About Piles A new illustrated book has-just jeen published by the Thornton tic Minor Clinic—the world's oldest nslitution specializing in the treat- ncnt'of piles and other rectal af- lictions. This book explains why rectal disorders cause such com- non ailments as headaches, nerr ousness, stomach -and'liver troubles, and loss of vigor. It points out lhe extreme danger of-neglecting even a minor case of piles... shows how cancer and other incurable conditions frequently result. The mild Thornton & Minor treal- mcnt, by which more lhan 48,000 men and women have been restored lo health during the past 60 years, and which requires no hospitalization or the use of dangerous anaesthetics, is fully explained. If you are afflicted, send for a copy of this frank and informative book which will- be sent you in plain v,-rapper absolutely free. Address Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 2-119, 926 McGee St., Kansas City, Missouri. "BERNAT" KNITTING YARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LESLIE HOOPER 1109 Chickasawba Phone 795 G BIG NINER Sale Continues Until March 1 Our Saturday sales were much larger than we cxpcclccl anil have solO out of several linns. The following items arc a frw of the fast-moving ones that will soon he gone. Get yours nc\v as uc will have no more al these prices. slags .'. . . Burgess Meredith Margo Also Selected- Shorts'/ . — Admission — • ; Mafiusc— 10 & 2Cc> .Night— 16 & 36V. MIXING BOWL, Mandarin 10 inch size MOP HEAD. 2 ply white yarn IE ounce size HAMMER HANDLES, sound hickory, for i c r inch hammer. 2 for HAMMER, a 02. head, 11',-i inches Ash handle Ion:; WRECKING BAR, made of steel, one end polnled Other cud claw COVERED KETTLE, 6 quart aluminum, 3-posiUon handle WOOD BOWL, smooth parariuc 13 inch' size ' ............... .. BOILER, straight side, large bottom wart- size '. ..................................... VEGETABLE'BRUSH, wooden handle 5x11.; inch size UECGnATED HAMPER, strong and sturdy 24'j inches high ".. CCOKIB 'TIN, heavy and strong 9 : :i X13?i X5/8 inch UOTCUER KNIUS, hardened and tempered G inch blade 19c 19c 9c 9c 9c 59c 59c 59c 9c 89c 9c 9c Shpuse-Henry Hardware Co, "The I'roSTCxsivc Store" rhone .15 M'llson Henry ROXY Adm.—Always 10 & 25c—lo Tax Show, Every Night' Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday & Sunday nlalinecs—2;15 Salurday Malince — Co.ntlnuc-uj Showing — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M; Last time Today Entertainment as exciting MI'S'this new ant! unusual - star— 'Anna Uclla ami Henry .-Fonda''!!) "Wings of the „» With J;cslic Hanks; v AH ill thc.bcaulifu! naliiral-Tccli- nicolor. . • .-'.- ... '-.'•• Tue.-Wed.-Th(ir. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Trice' of 1 All Children—IDc : - : ' 8 Cte1«f MORRIS DiVILJ Also Comedy

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