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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 2, 1932
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- BLYTHEVILLEi (ABk.)' COURIEB NEWS W. Cartfrtght sr., went wvcral. mcmenlocs of to Grenada, Misw Sunday for a War, returned in Lieutenant Gn- Collins. wro forcer's personal cHects, following his merly lived In Osceola. death in a flaming plane behind Mr. Hale who went down on bust- They Include (he original small diary kept by the Mrs. J. W. Edrlnslorr, Mrs. W. aviator, which formed Die basis for B. Flannigan, Madeline Ellen. Edone ot tte most popu- rington and Ben Flannigan shop- lar volumes of post-war literature, lied in Memphis Monday. which' was published anonymously Mrs. W. R. Anderson and baby returned to their home in All-America Hair ,-\ ; Sfe.-H. A.'Smiths-having Mld- 'Week" Bridge club. ; . Thursday Luncheon t club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morsa. •>•' . . - Friday ' ' Ladies Bible class of First Meth'.. odlst church meeting with Mrs. J. H. Armstrong In the Rimer hems ., on'Chickasawba avc., at 1:30 p.m. -"-. Pre-School Parciu-Teacher asso- elation meeting with Mrs. Chester . 'Caldwell. < •. . Saturday Chiletren of Confederacy mcet- .,' ing with Miis Jane Branson. . - Has Club. ' ' . ' Mrs. Hunter C.'Sims was hostesj to the Tuesday Contract dub this week when Mrs. E. B. Woodson was - the' cnly guest. After five progressions a salad plats was served with coffee. . : . Mrs. M. A. Isaacs won a yrait cf miniatures for the high score . prize. * * * Entertains Club. Members of the Young Matrons 1 • Bric'ge club were 'guests of Mr: Dixie Crawford Tuesday aftcrmnn for .the weekly bridge game. •• .The prlZ3, -hosiery, went to Mrs '.' Murray'Smart. ' L ,' { A congealed salad- was served V with cheese and bllv'e, sandwiches • c'oroanut cookies and coffee. ! i . - • • • ^; Literary Department ii Hears cf "The Fountain." f "The -Fountain." the book by i Charlc.5 Morgan which is creating v much interest among all who read i .it, was the theme of the program !,-for-the literary departliient of tr,e •.-Woman's club Tujsday afternoon. I Mrs.- J. 'R. Steadman reviewed the 1_- book alter Mrs. Howard Proctor had given a sketch of the life of - Morgan. Miss Sara Jo Little played "Rustle of Spring" by Binding. In the business session Mrs. Ira Gray, chairmen, presided. For the roll call each member responded with a current event of literary interest. Ti-.e hostesses, Mrs. W. W. Hawkins, Mrs. J. F. Sauder.5 and Mrs Proclor, served Iruit cake-topped with whipped cream, and coffee. The club room was attractively decorated with dahlias adding to the autumn scene arrangeusent of com stalks and leaves. . - Mostly, Personal, Osceola Society— Personal and a doll given him by the ac tress, Billic CarleUn. which he car- ana Monday after an extended visit Mrs. EU Bi yeans has returned from a visit in Memphis. Mrs. David Marion Barton, of Fiftecn-Hundrcd-Coiffures-In-One is this "Miss America" style ol rtircssing. It Is a composite, made by Joseph Capitnlne, photographer, nf thi! one .and .^..\ half thousand coiffures arranged by leading hairdressers .-for the'American Beauty and Style Show. It is a coiffure sm'ied to: red halds, blendes, brunettes nnd white-haired women. And a coiffure ensy on'almost nny type of features. Note the scft wave over the forehead, the bun swirl ever the cnrs, and the little curled ringlets at tho nape of the neck. Lcpuulo, Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Burns. Mrs. Joe Trieschimm and daughter, Joan,.are In Little Kock for a visit with relatives. , Mr. and Mrs. Walker H. Baker arc In Memphis today. Mrs..Anne Stevens Potter will go to Memphis P"rlday for "the weekend. Mrs, J. C. .Kelly jr., has returned to' her' home in Detroit, Mich., nfler a week's stay with her sister, Mrs. R. N. Ware Jr.,'an3 I family. Mr. and Mrs. Ware accompanied her to Memphis yesterday. Miss Mary Ellen Stevens has a sprained ankle from a fall Hallo- I we'en night, X-ray pictures made I at the Blythevllle hospital late yesterday j-ovoalo:!. She is' ice'lina j much belter today. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ktrby had as their guests the first of the week Mr. -Klrby's mother, Mrs. J. R. KIrby, of'ParagouH, ana his sister. Mrs. B. T. Brcoks, of Bolz-oni. . Miss. They have gone to Paragould. i Mrs: J. Nick Thomas spcnt-Mcn- Iday in 'Memphis. f," .. ! Mrs. W. B. Tanner, who has ill. following a tonstlectomy Miss Willie Lawson, county sn- pcndintcndcnt of schools, t,alk2d nc the monthly meeting ot the Osci- !ola Woman's Progressive club here Tuesday afternoon. Her subject was Ihc Children's Charier, which she outlined briefly^ discussing local projects to im- .prkn'e, conditions along ;thc Jinw set out In the Charter, mentioning particularly the child safety program and the work done by the county health-unit.' rled In his plane as a mascot. I here with Mrs. Anderson's parents. Rendering musical numbers onj Mr - a "d ****. .J. T Coston. fr.ey Ifce program will te a trio of Ely-'"~" """' '" "'—""• «" thevllle women, Mrs. Pan! Tiplon, Mrs. George Lee, and Mrs. Russell Farr. The meeting will oe neld at. Mrs. Driver's home, with luncheon served at 12 o'clock noon. • * * Mrs. F. A. White was hostess to her Ino table bridge club, entertaining at the I'.ome of her ElsUr, Mrs. .A. W. Bowen. Mrs. Theo Snecd was high wore prize winner and Mrs. Bowon cut consolation' favor.. Besides the mcm- to Memphis, by Anderson's sister, Mrs. Dud- Mrs. Charles Rose was hostess to , .Memlxrs answered roll call wilh j ^^ Mlss Josephine Montague was the answer to "How is our tax mon-1 j 'guest, ey being appropriated in Arkansas?" and tlie program included a iymposium on "Why Parents Need j thV "three""Table bridge club to Spjcial Training," with short talks! which she belongs, entertaining at on the subject by Mrs, G. B. Se- h* r country home west of town. Mrs. Braxloii Brag-; was high score prize' winner and Miss Eva high scors. ompanled by her James H. Bell. Mrs. Fred Hicteon, of parngould E the gi:est of Mr. nnd Mrs. nits- sell Wills. They nro in Memphis today. Steele- Mirs Turner la Address Pre-School F. T Ass'n. ^ Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, "cpuiir ty supervisor, will spsak on ^-"Developing Conversation in the Kln- dergnrten Age" at a meeting of the Pre-School Parent-Teacher association Friday afternoon at the home "of Mrs. Chester Caldwell. All mothers of children too young to b; in school are invited to attend. * * r Blanrliard-Mick. Announcement has been made ol the marriage of Miss Lois Mick, of Armorel, and Charles Blnnchard 0! Ihis city. The wedding took plac: Sunday with Justice Oscar Alexander performing the ceremony. DDU Burton was the only, attendant. Mr. Blanchard and his bride arv now residing at 511 Park street. Marriage licenses have been issued to these within ths past «-ejk: Miss Audrey Clayton and Charles Logan, both of this city; Mi>s M;trice Ferguson and Leonard Spen- •cer, both of Manila; Miss Lillian B. Williamson of Lsachvilio. Mo.. and Jesse L. Yaw, of Cardwell. Mo.; Mrs. Opal Bag'.cy and Garland Wy- Rtt, both <,-. Manila; ML's Pear! Kemp;r and Rcbert A. O'Neal, both of Djering, Mo.; Miss Viva Dr,i-»h- «rty and Ruins Reed, bjth of Manila; Miss Martha. Billingslcy enfi Lloyd Curtis, both of SLe-:h, Mo Many from' Stcclc heard: Judge GuB. -iPnrk, »Iio.,succeid,id the- Guyy;B. -iPnrk, »;Iioi.,succeid,id the- ntc : ;Frai!cis Wilson as Dcmocmtiy' nomjllee for governor,',- speak at Jaruthetsville Friday • night. Phillip Koury, who-js attending ollc'ge in Jonesboro/' spent the \veefc' end here with' his parents. ' Misses Evelyn Blgprt -and Char- lenc Lifscomb visited In Blylhc.r ?i»6;unday •'.? r home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crockett of Cape Girnrdeau. Floyd, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Curry :AIbriUon, who hns been rori- ously ill with pneumonia, is proving rapidly. , Louise, 3-year-olcl daughter o Mr. anct Mrs. Julius Zizzcll. who has becnvery 11 Ifvoin a leg intcc ttoii, resulting fiom a mosquil 'bite.',!;, 'jnvprovlng slowly. ' Miblvirt: Pnttcrson spent a few days last week with his parents in' Festus, Mo. Mrs: A. T. Earls nnd daughter Opal .and son A. J. attended to m Greenfield. Tenn., last wo weeks -ago, went to Memphis oday for treatment. She was ac- Lloyd Stickmcn, who is headquartered in Paragould for Hie cottoi season, Is at homo on business. Mrs. C. R. Layman, of Mem phis, is visiting friends in tl:c city She formerly tivcjcl here. R. P. Dodson is attending to bus iuess in Memphis. •Wilson Crane is spending the d.i in 'Paragould. graves, Mrs. J. B.. Bunn and Mrs. L. S. Mitchell. Musical numbers ky Miss Catherine Hanv :ugh Craig. lloitesses were Mcsdames W. J. Driver,'Hugh Craig, S. L. Gladish, tanlcy Carpenter, and B. W. Bragg. * * • Mrs, J. W. Edrlngton and Mrs. «. J. Driver sr., will be hostesses o the November meeting of the: William Strong chapter of the Jaughtfrs of the American R-evolu- ion here Friday, when the project, of establishing a marker to tfce memory of Lieutenant McGnvock Grider at Grlder, south of Osceola, vlll be launched. The cooperation of the American Uigion and Legion Auxiliaries in three counties of MLsiJsiippi, Poin- ECtt. and C-'lttcncicn, which comprise the William Strong chapter, is sought In developing the project. Among the guests, not, members of the organization, will be Mrs. li. N. Ware of Blythevllle, chairman of the American' Leglcn Auxiliary, ami Mrs. Howard Curlin of Xla- \«re rendered j Montane wen sicond irwell and Mrs.' Quests Vesicles the eh: ley Lynch. Mrs. J. A. Moran has returned to her home at Fort Scott, Kansas, after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. L. B. Swift. Mrs. C. E. Welch and Miss Co- •Unii Welch wenl to Coiuvay last Friday wiicre they attended the Baptist Student Union Conference, returning home Monday. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cliaffin and Herbert Findley 'of Jonesboro. . . ,; Albert Behrens jr.-, came home from Jackson, Mo., where he goes to schcol, to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Behrens. He was accompanied b yhis cousin, H. L. Jones of Jackson. Mrs. W. E. Hunt and Miss Blanche Cleere were guests at a reception at Marion this afternoon 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1932 — -- ,-!-•*• I¥ HI * Die»atH^Ho«eHere Joe Braddy, world war veteran succumbed at 5 o'clock this morning at the family haine at 12M West Heain street. , . phe deceased, is survived by Ml- wjrjow, three brothers', will Brae of Portageville, Mo., Walter Brau dy of Dyersburg, Tenn. an(I ,,.. Braddy of RIpley, Ten,, "nd i •t,-r, Mrs. Verena. Daniel of sai Antonio, Texas. ' Funeral will probably b c ^elj at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the First Baptist Churcl with the Rev. A. S. Harwell pas-l tor of the First Baptist ciiurc! officiating. The Cobb Undertaking Coin..l!| pany is in charge. '•' ' elub membsrs when the Woman's club of Marion vere Mrs. P. J." Scmmcs jr., Mrs. Ruth Hale Carlysl; and Mi-s. Guy Bryant. Mrs." Jce Cromer Is entertaining the members, cf her two table bridge club at'-her home Eouth of Chceala Thursday afternoon. \ • • Mrs. 'J. H. Lovewell was hos- teis to-her three tab'.e bridge club, entertaining besides the club members. Mcsclaines Charles Hale, H. li. Driver. Milton Pop-e ani W. W. Ptewilt; Mrs. Prewilt was winn-ir of high score prize, and Mrs. Chas. Hale -cut consolation favor. » • * Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Colc- mon, Mr. and -Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose and Miss Josephine Montague went to Memphis Sundrty afternoon to the football game. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White and children and Mrs. John White spent the xveekcnd in Little Rock entertained complimenting- Senator Hattie Caraway. • ' .': Robert Murphy is -home from Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas, where he 'is studying aviation, for an extended visit with his-sister, Mrs. Bruce Ivy. '. .. ' Mrs. R. H. Jones attended a conference of the Mississippi coun ty Baptist Association at BlytrijvUle Monday, i Long Illness Fatal to Aged Huffman Residen .Mrs. Belty Lynch. 78-year-o!i resident of the Huffman commun ; ity died at the family home a | 5:30 o'clock lost night after long illn°ss. Funeral services will be hoi-: I this afternoon at Walker ccme 11 tery. The Cobb Undertaking com pany Is In charge of funeral arMl rangements. HI The deceased is survived b| three soas', : • .Will Stewart, Mm raw] Turner and '"Doc" 'Turner. Cijurler -News. -Waul rion, chairman of the Crittendcn iwith Mr. and Mrs. Geurge Adams. County Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. John White remained over Hold Services for Number Nine Farmer Tom Prince, 42, Number' Nine farmer, died at the family home at It 'o'clock' yesterday rhorhing. Funeral -services were held at he^ home at' 10 o'clock this morning and Interment was made at Number Nine cemetery. The Cobb Undertaking company was. .in charge of 'funeral ararngements. The deceased is. survived by his j widow, :md three daughters, Paul- | inc, Mildred and Dorothy Prince. Short reminiscences of Lieuten-1 for several days and while there Pecan Grove Neivs Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo-go Robertson \ of Yarbro were guests of Mr. Robertson's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson. . ., fa. seriously Hi with Influenza at. the Mrs.. Lee.,, . honia of. her daughter, .Mrs. SaK he Johnson. .-- • . Esther Earls is confiiwd to his h .cmo by Illness. made a bnsl- nqs.s trip"to Colorado Springs last week. Jerry Holly spent, Inst week with friends at Helena, Ark. A. B. Rhodes, of the Firsl Na- Mr. nnd spent the Mrs. Larson Crump week-end M-il:i Crump's parents, Mr. and Mrs". Bill Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis arid family are visiting the Intter's par- cn!s at Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Wilson visited the former's brother ami fnni- tionnl Bank Find Louis Brooks at-|ily, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tluiriiian Wil- Father and Son Attend School biennial convention BOSTON. (UP)—Aaron Sabo'urinl ,s Federation of Wo- is following his'dad's footsteps. He's a freshman atj Boston University's | ceola. .. - i MrSj! H. J/'Halj spent Monday College of Business Adjnipistratibn Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, sister-,'pf the | in' Memphis : visiting with Mrs. His father, WUliam Saoourin, 48, | aviator, will have at the meeting i Jasper. Thomason. She accompanied'is a senior at.the same institution. | ant Grider will ba given by Jus-; v;ill attend the tus Edrington, a boyhood coinpan-! of theJ'Arkansa, Ion, and by M:;s Emma Cox oi Os- i'mens ^ BAKING POWDER 6conmical-~6fficient Double ion. 1 SAME PRICE today AS 42 YEARS 2$ ounces for MILLIONS OF POUNDS USE BY OUB COVCRNMIHT The Attractive new home of Jim I tended a conference of bankers of • son Sunday. Earls will be completed. the latter! the South Missouri Bankers 'nsso- pnrt of this week. Mr. Earls and elation at Poplar Bluff Tuesday, Mrs. A. J. Wilson is sick again. Mrs. Ditsel Toinllnson visited . ____ _____ __ ly plan to move in next, week-., M T . nnd Mrs. Cleatws Ho\veU Mrs. Buck Toinlinson o Mips Thclmn Patterson of Fes-1 announced the arrival of a ti:s, Mo., is spending tlie week v.-ith friends in Sieclc. The B. Y. P. U. membevs enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the Baptist-church Monday -evening.- Mr. and Mrs. Dick. Wall, Mrs. John ' Morgan and daughter Pauline visited in Osceola Sunday nf- ternoon. Misses Thelmf. Patlcrson and Helen Vickery atlcndcd lo biLii- oiler 24. Billy Jean, born Oct- Saturdtiy. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Wicker vis: ited Mr. Wicker's sister and family, ncss in Caruthersvlllc MIES Helen Victory week with friends In Tuesday, spent last City. Joe B. still, of Memphis spent, Mr . an(i Mrs . VDsU , r Brooks s ' test week here':witli .Mr.;and Mrs. day ''•'' Hub '-Pi-altos.' ."' " . ' i ''"' 5,,,. One Sure Way b End Coughs and Colds runt coKl> !L\K| to Rsin Gives Jobs : To 2,500 Jobless WILKJ5-BARRK. p a (UP)—A "torrential" rain early in October fiave emergency repairing jobs to 2300 persons in the Wyoinin- Valley, according to an estimate mado by tl, 2 Wiltes-Barre Sun- clay Independent, here. The estimate was based ou sales cf building materials and reports from contractors and agencies i tl"^ territory. The report was concerned only with repair work done in. homrs and other buildings damaged by the heavy rams. Olher workers wer/> given employment in street mid sewer cleaning and repair tasks. The steady rains, the fust in mcnths. bcncfilted others besides mankind. Tl-oy saved hundreds ot thousands of fish and small animals that were bring marooned ii the mud aijd- .sediment of drying streams. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lipsortinb Kp the parents of a son boru last Saturday. The young man has been named William Calvin. C. E. Mooncy of Hlcl:man. Ky.. spoilt last week here as-the guest of his sister, Mrs. T. C. Bcnsley ~.nd family. Miss Anna Laura While had as her guest last week Miss Bernlc: "vnns of Blythcvillc. Mrp. Lillian Iliien and Mrs. Florence Lloyd of St. Louis "Frakc's. Ralph L. Copiie has returned j. Collrlr . r NBWS Wsnt after svinding a fc\v weeks with; Ills parents in-BlODinficW. \fiss Mary Newt Cnrr siKnt last week, end' wlht' Miss Glcmla Cajie- l-.aii of Holland. Mrs. S. L .Robinson war, hostess Fiiday evening at :i showoi- given In honor of her niece. Mrs. El- I ~' t ii'crco"'"i" : ' '"" -"'J'^", 1 "-''"'""" v;oo"d Browne. Before her recent! .^ ; te j £^ f^bn is a marrloge Mrs. Browne was ^^ new medical .iiscovcr,-v;il,uv,,.f.,!J ac . RubyjN Siwncer. | , ion . j t M01 | 1C9 „„,] | lc:1 i s ,( le i :i: |, lmc j iiiciiibranea nntl inliihils gcnn tiriiwtli. Of all fcnnvvn (Inijs.crwsulci:,rccog. nizptl I))' high medical .iutliu;il:r>isonc of ihc prcntcst healing aycnrri 1 ; per* sislcnt couphs and colds iii-.'li'iluT forms j of ihrnii ironljlcs. CrconniKon c -ntains, i itiaddilioiilo crcosrcr.oitirrliMtbi; etc- Mr. .and Virgil Lendeiiiiic ; racntswliichjrx>:licantlhc.illln:ir.fcclcil Hcd with M«s Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. have announced sic Stewart tot Cecil Wingflcld the birlh of ;i Rcecc Items Mr. nnd Mrs. Cr-.-il Bunn spent the wc.?k end with relatives in Missouri. motored to Ynrbro Sunday. Mr.--and Mrs. William Dickson ! iricnibr.lpcsanclsttiptl'.cirrililifla.ind into (lau-;htc-r. born Momiay nic-ht. Mrs. WingficM will be irein-mlwrt-d us \iiss Ha Mae Young. Amoiij these fro;i> this vicinity vho attended the M. E. conference were Mrs. Stolla Tnrley. Mr=Eunice Childers. MTF. Ocorgc Hiir- m-lt, -Mi;.,r. r>cls:c Slcv.sivl. G. G. Uowen. Rev. W. M. Duncan. . . . . C. Sic:le. Louis Broots and T. L 1 Brooks. -,] Mr. and Mrs. John K-lton anrl daiiBhter Marjorie left Mnmiay to hml ' ns xheir Sinutny uvirsts Mr. 1 . Ihnannincli, i» arumli«l inio ih- !,lrxiil, nnd Mrs. E. M. Mcnonald nntl ntlarksllmsc.ilof tlielrour>b;ir..|ili.;cks diiiiRhtcr Dorothy of Memphis. j tlie prowl h nf ttio perms. Little Douttlns Wilson has re-1 Crcnmiilsicnispi.-ir.inrcivhjii^hiMory cpvcrcd Iiom'n long iHu:-,s of • inlliencjtn:nitnf]ir-rsiMrMc™i.H S3 ni! scarlet fcvor. co ' cl! ' ""'ncliial asilim.-i, liinii,-| : i : :, ant ] Miss Jewel Skclton silent Ihe t ?'"« ™ ms ? f rc«pir.itory ,1:^,., ,, an ,l week end with relatives in Bl IV.r.vins. . Mr.' nutl Mrs. G. W. Calrtwell • had relatives from. Blylhcvillc as} Ihci'r guests 5un:lny. 1 Mlss-Hiihy DickEon sc:-nl Sat-i urday night, with her pUlcr. Loycc . McDormott. 'of 'Blythcville. | Mlss . &lcllc. Jord.-.u spent Does a BLINDFOLD KEEP YOU from OBTAINING the THINGS YOU WANT? (lie) wlicr fnrms r,f respiratory il:-i>i<,,, an <l j]y- | » eicellrni fnr Imilrlinq nn ill.- ivMcrn nflcrcolilior flu. Money rcfiiii.!",! if a ny coiifliorcolcl,nornalleroEli'-'^-lr.:]u-,inn(l. in^, is not relieve'! aflcr lilciii.iucr'iriling todircclions. Askyonrdnigsi:!. (Adv.) urday ville. wilh relatives in Brythe- Tlicrc will be n pie supncr at the - ' • ni-.jhl. n-.nkc their home at Ccittral City. y. school house next Friday Mrs-. H. E. Daerncr and Mrs.-| Everyone is invited. ft. S. Hanley wcro jiiint hostesses o a seven te.We bridge parly at lie home of Mrs. Doerilcr Tucs- ndy aiin'iioon. The list in- -ludcd iadies from Slsclc and Ca- rathcrsvlllf. Mvs. von hiuh -scorr pri^c for .Ihe local iadics, with Mrs. Ne!l Hulm wini 'niv^ hii^h \rorc honoi'.s amons 'liosc frcm Carulhcrsville. Mrs. Robert Mclirle of. Cnrulhersville | vcccivert a prize for lo-,v -,corc. and : Mrf. Kev;t Fisher, also of Ca-' Tiithcrsvillc cut for cotisolation-| favor. Evangelist Le^a Riity an<i-sl»s- Man Killi-d Ficah Dror CASCADE SUMMIT. Ore. (UP) — The !tr«k fer killed by Hoy Tcmplc'had four ]«ints on o:ie sitle B. Uho<lcs ; ' 0 f jt s horn 1 ; and two points en the The Popular "Swirl" PKH.MANKNT I'ully Gnaranlcr^ El, A INK UKATTY SHOP I'honc -13 ., e<) rA <?D,DU other side. Stop That Cough Pennsylyania Has Champion jTisherman HARRISBTJSpi Pa. fUP)—p;~..i- sylvania's champion bass fisherman Is H. P. Sh'awkcy. Warren, according to records of Ihe Slate Fish Commission here. Shawkey caught 583 bass In 1931 and his most reC3nt 1D32 caldvVc'.alled 533. ,, .... . Ho returned all of S/ieni 'except IJ thK\ear nnd 36 Itet y-iar to moa.^ I 35c K , r!)y Br;)S P . U! , th- ^tcrs from whlctt; he had. Little "Mis* y ar ;ha Ware Robins oud all other gooS drug stares. Wen tae asn. . spent last week visiting i n the " -Adv. 1. Tnko Thoxlna—th; very first nvallow will stop S'"ur coujh wit' 15 minutes. It will drive Ihc I;and c.:lil enliv:ly cul Thoxlnj us a cu.iranlocri safe - . w. K. Sanforrt ar.d liUlc son are 1 pleasant prcscriptlcri for congas ccnln;;d lo their beds wi'.h pncu- j'co'lds and soro throat.— i-.ot fi csn^h Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10e Qt. Delivered I'honc 71 Uultjarinn Hnltcrmilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday PHONE 306 OUR AD-TAKER WILL HELP YOU "V OU'RE reading this part of the papci •^ .... but have you .failed to read an- olhcr scclion? A section where wants arc staled and merchandise exchanged at t h e lowest possible eost. It's the want-ad section where the "seller can find a ready market for anything from second hand furniture to hundred-acre farms. And the "buyer" who is looking for real bargains, whether they be in apartments for rent or Ihachincry for sale, can find the thing wauled at the price thai can be paid. THE COURIER NEWS WANT ADS

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