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BLYTKEV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY,'AUGUST iST 21. m)3/* sad children ot St.- Anjeb, Tex. I Social Calendar TOTSDAT8 EVENTS B«jal Nel«hb(n. Mrs. J. B. Foster, hattM, 1:X P. M. : "TmmsDW* Bvarrs Oopch o< Ohrfct, Ha*e study, Ma. O. D. Grime*, hostess. llu Smrttr Party. Un. J. W. Adams, St., was hoa- tfss to 16 jueau Friday even- mc (or a supper party followed by a rook game. A fried chicken supper was served in buffet Dahlias and roses were used to Otcecite Ihe.smiU iibles arranj- cd for the Kipper." ' '.' - -.' * - f • - • i i Mm Brtty McCWchn Btt Wfefc-Eal HMH faitr. Itte Betty WeOrtctien was hos- tfts lo a week-end house party firm at the borne of her grandmother, Mrs. Lucy McOltchen. at Campteli. Mo. The gu»ti were: Virginia and Emma Lee other relatives. They plan to return -tomorrow. They'formerly resided here. -j Ruth Rorte has 03 he; guest, Mi$s MirjorK Latlmtr. of DeWitt. Ark. Mr. and Urs. Earl Qulnn of Osceola and Ur. and Mrs. Melvln Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, w guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vlnjll Greene yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stewart and daughter, Mary Louis, late at Jackson. Miss., will (o to Memphis today where they are to V*e after afrtsit with Mis I. B. Stewart, mother of Mr, . SieVari. .^Tomorrow Mrs. Stewwi wlU brow! cast' over station•: WMC. . and Mrs. Ijy W. Crawford ind daughter^ Winifred and Ku- genia spent yesterday In Memphis. Ft ten of Marianna, MUs Virginia Halle ,« \ Memphis, and Mls«s Deris-TUy pobyns, Mary Virginia Caller; Mia Mary Josephine. Hall, nf here; aixi Mar»h»l( Blickjrd J. TV.; Purtte. Herschcl Mosley. Robert' Reeder, Ed Cirlee. John ---—-•'"•-'-• *•*""«.. SP. Lee, Jr.. i _ Joseph. Jim- i'' Giurd, John Mike .Simon, .of Mrs. fhdtond to afternoon and re- turped -l«g night. > A.ptolQ.oo the river, a s»lm- mlcjL-i JMrfy. auk a dance Friday Hayti, Society — Personal . ww' ttw cntef'ehtertaUirhent f rr vijt >;cun( efoif "d. They '«" accompanied by Mrs •1. A. Porter and daughter, Miss Mary, who ..returned home alter a week's visit sith Mr. mid Mrs Craiford. Mr. and Mrs. TlKin\is Wralght 11turned yesterday from St. Louis Khett they spent the week-end •Fith the-'JIonner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. ' O. M. Morgan "itlt yesterday (or Chicago »here (hey will spend two weeks. Mr: and Mrs. W. B. Thormly and Mr. and Mrs. Oullford Q. Reed and children, of Ripley Tenn, spent the »eek-end with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonctr. MIM Msrte Morgan nas returned to vimov Springs. Mo., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Uorgan. She resides in Colorado Springs. Col. : Belty Jo Ewary. daughter vJ >lr. and Mrs. N. B. Bsary. lefL yesterday (or 'Chicago to visit her cousin. Mrs. George Ropp. While there she will also attend ihe Calr. " Mrs. Hugh to the Double Four Bridge club at l:*?r home Friday evening when the !*o tables ot guests enjoyed a j-.umU'r ol games of bridge with Mr*. Hugh Dorrls receiving the h!fh«t sccr.: and she was awarded a hind patiitcil vase and Mrs. Oscar ^Miller received a creamer set for booby prize. The guest included Mrs. Morten Brondell, Mrs. Thcon Strcck. Mrs. Jo* Jaf fee, Mrs. Oscar JllUer, Mrs. Hi!3h Dorrls. Miss Edna Khourie and MLw Hauie Fern Lutes. The Youru? Women's auxiliary of the Bap'.ijt church returned home Friiiay from a week's aut- Ing .it Sur.kUt boach on Reelfoot Uke Tlie bv Mr. and Mrs W./A. MsDonald Mrs. Frank: Foster and Mrs. Steve Hill. uere here a few days last ialtlng Mr. Masterson's brother ind »lfe Supt. and Mrs, H B. Vlisterscn. Mrs. C. KHSUETiirid sorTBiiF- ey, Mr. dud Mrj. Dtewy Sanders and sen Richard Ray wire in. Cape Girardeau the latter' part of week \i-iiting. »ere chaperoned American Legion several 'honors ti contest judged at the Pine Bluff' ' f'j - I .' .' - ,' t r. drawn by Paul Ner- fiat -uUcc_-aatt oi/ »rrang- ard Functor as awarded first title lUte »Tet Tbe Uu. the M fry' E?* * iWOOrB.^. .CL _<•• ^; in Prance. <he American Legion luniUary em- Mem aaiS two ' poppies made up th«. poster which aroused much tnounmt. - TW» groop. abo won a child wttfare citation and > rehabUita- tH.n citation. for special activities in thwe departments. Mrs. Floyd White is child welfare chairman and Mr*. Harry \v. Haines. h>biUtaUon chairman. SISTER l^^ MARYS KITCHE Osceola Society — Personal pupils of Mlas Harga ' son has retu'n O Crowe ln id Dance Revue Thursday evening and auditorium home by her son. Bedford Murray acci Mrs. Ruth Harmon of 'i/tio were Mrs. GladUh' . for the day Thursday. Mrs. C. B. Driver returned Sun- team i visit, with her brother. C. K. Richards, ar.d Mrs. Sic-hani) in St. Louis. Mr. Driver, accompanied by George Dgyle. drove to Cape Glrardeau to meet her Sunday afternoon. CbarUs Haynes Suller^er. Richard Cromer, Marion Crcmer, Mary Virginia Cromer and their tatft. Andrew Cromer o'f Union-j town, Ak»., returned Sunday night' from a trip to the World's FUr' In Chicago. Mr. icd Mrs. H. -B Demrnon and small daughter. "Bobbie Sue Mr. .and if Memphis! guests of Judge''ind Named Cuban Envoy to U. S. ruthersvtlle the latter part of bst: week attending to profes3lcn.il i Caburet included i tip anil acrobatic dancing and matters and visiting- Mrs. John' Ray. Dr J. S. Compere, pastor of ihf local Baptist church, who is fi a meeting at Risco, Mo., was here. ua ,p , ng ' Saturday 'visiting his family 'D- ' r " ln * p;in m tlw Compere returned to RiscoT'W """" *'"'" """ '""'"" l musical comedy numbers WMi the dance revue. "A RaJnbow Bailee," V3S lhe vehk ' !e for P««'"aUoa of puplls ln ba ' Jt;t ' cc * and : n:*r.t were the hip Silvsr.- urday everiln? to continue the 1 t -' ll!d ' ri!nL Jeln n:eeting. Sunday Rev. A" C Cun-' plin ' PcseT Driver. Jackie . r.in^liam. pastor of the Bapth' : fi * ld - John E<i:1 '«d Lillicrap, Bob- church at Cottonwood and Risco" : °'* Watson - Ftivta Driver. P«ur!e Mo. occupied the pulpit at the ! Ca - rt -' iP right. Margaret Mcriarity, . Mrs. S. L. Gtidiih. .. Charles E. Sullenifer, who-ihas been seriously 1U tor the pkst v two weeks, b able to b« up asaijj. Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. E. B, CoSeoUn has returned frcm S*na.th; ; Slo.. where she had been vislilps-relatives. church at both mornir.V " anh:1 Ann Bureh. Glenda Mirle Mrs. J. H.i.'iCTain and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. W. T. Nelhery and Mr. NVthery's son Billy ol Memphis. Term., returned home Friday evenirj; from a week's vis it • at CtiicaM at the Century- o Progress exposition. Mrs. Wolf Khourie and her guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jabour of Anadarko. Otla . Mrs. A. Khourie and children Adete and Raphicl o( Dewar. Okla.. Mrs. T. J. Salamy and children Victor and Victoria of Borg'-'r, Tex., who have beeu a»-ay the post two weeks visiting Mrs. Khourie'!: sister, Mrs. L. and evening s»mces. ''-Maxwell. Beetle Mrs. Jennie Ro* quite ill the past _ malaria Is very much improved and ab!<? to sit up. owe, who has bE<:-.' Susanne Ca!d >' e11 . LM' at two weeks wi-.ii: EJlth E3rl Lo ''' e :m< Coleman. :U!e Hufcbard, and Cart Rob- Children frum Lu.\ora were Bet- B H. Deweese Is In Cape Girar- • !itf Jean VVundirUch. Ruth Turn- deau. being called to help in 'he "• Dorothy Jean Snell. Peggy and cer-struction o( a new road there.' Betty Durras. Mary Ellen and Mrs. Emit Burgls of Blytlttnille: vir * lnia Llaton. Annie Lee Dean, i vas here the latter part of tra Mar y Biil s Yancy, and Sarah week visiting her parents, Mr ird • Lan gstcn. Mrs. Tan McCoy. i • Herbert Dalley. who has t«n ; Mrs - ll - D - Massey was hostess visiting his uncle. W. E. Untoa lo her tw ° bridge clubs Thursday Charles Lowrarice jr.. of Driver, visited In- Tyronza Friday. Miss • Areta Foster of Monette is *he guest of her sister. Mrs. Irene Hood. ., ,. C. O. WUiiiiiion attended to business in Memphis during the week-end. -. Mrs. Riley B." Jones of ville and her. . houseguest. Lenca Ruth C-Tfe*dford of cf Luarry. Tenn.. has returned 'afternoon, entertaining three tables of members and one . ML= S Edna DorrSs of Los Ai^e-' ilr3 - Metz of Harrteburg, who was Khourie o! Cairo. III., another sis- j k-s. Calif., is here visiting M.-^ ' Jl "- e 8 u « st of her sister. Mrs. O. E. ter, Mrs. Joseph Mike of Hop-].\Mlie Dorris-and other relatives MaisengUl. Mrs. Masse'nglU was winner oi - BY SISTER MARY NEA Service Writer Heat pouring down from :hopped In Blythevllle Friday. the Mostly Personal of Mr. and is. speadine '( *ay as the i parents. Mr. Golden and i. Mrs. Mr. UKTlUs.; be>«-Ha son. James-'Robert, have La Petra May, saall daughter LafMyelte .-May, J - r M/in,Cira- hef grand- George Tjes,arui returned frcm a two *eek* motor trip to New York city, point* of C*mada. Niagara Fait. Boston, Philadelphia and Cbioago where they attended th»Vfair; - 7 '- •'-. -, • Spurgeon S^ Paltersoti. who has been quite ill following an. opcr- atisn at the Btytheville hospital twn weeks ago. Is -slightly improved today. Mrs. George'Bader sr, arid >Mr. itlentlcss sun docs somethln; to our appetites, and special foods ari needed to tempt us. The nourishing drink that makes a complete iv.ea! when served with siind- •Tiches In variety solves many 2 difficult meal problem satistactor- IH and appetizfnaly. Chocolate is a universal favorite for co!d beverages but there pre any number of other .flavors that arc available. Fruit juice. ;p ! ces, \unilla. almond, pistachio, caramel, maple—In fact, anytmuj you rruiy fancy can be combine; •vith mil^c to make a refrcshitic rnd nourahtn? drink. The SVTUJ Ircm preserves and jam as well a; jelly adds more ilavors to the Iht.' . Milk. a!on<i [c^ milk :u>d egg '" " " kinsville. Ky. friends and reli-lai'.d friends. fives L>[ Mayfleld. and Fulton. Ky.. A. W. Carrol of Chicago. 111. returned home Friday evening. ivfrs. Khourie and her guests were Riven a iiir.cheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hamra ot Ca- ruthersvllle Saturday and Saturday evening they were guests at a dinner piUty -given at the home of Mrs. Bennle Hamro. Mrs. SV. K. Klrby and daughter Juanltn sere in Pascola Friday vbitlnj Mr and Mrs. T. R. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. George Jamison of Coming, Ark., who have been here for the past a'cek -\jAsitIng Mrs. Jamison's parents. Dh and Mrs. J. S. Compere left for Sulphur Springs. Ark.. Thursday where they will visit relatives of Mr. Jamlr- ;cn. Mr. Jamirson. wno works at the Bluck Lumber comvany at Corning, Ark., is on his annual vacation. Mrs' high score club prize ar.d -Meu won high guest pruie. Miss Spain Show* Increase In AoU Accidents MADRID (ITP)--Por 1 e«ry ten motor vehicles in Spain in 193 [, there was one accident, according to the magiilrte, Ettuipa. A total of 15513 ^eiiom ngured in a'ca-' dents anct only 607 escaped injury while 2.000 were killed. In 1S31 Spain possessed 179.1J7 motor vehicles of »11 types. Due to the gradual increase in the velocity of motor cars, persons probably will be killed in greater .numbers in succeeding years, Estampa believes. China Is opening a passenger ^er« vice air route between Canton and Shanghai, via coast pcrts: air mail service has already been opened over the route. Marque* SterllBK, Tet«rac Cuban diplomat, itpihown here in the home of Lis KOD la Wash- lugton, D. 0., alter he was act!fled o( his a'ppoiritraent as Cuba's new ambassiflor'to- the United States. He succeeds Oscar B. Ciatas, resijnfd Uachido envoy. Leonardo da Vir.ci. fccaulcs be- ing_or.e of the world's greatest painters, was also a sculptor, ar- chiteci. musician, inventor, or.gl- neer and piiiloeopher. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' For- Rent-Furnished apartmenT, 108 West Kentucky, Phone Brickey.t Critlend«n and here Thursday visiting friends. .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Briiilan a children drove Mrs. J. W. Carna- i Miss Mar>- Belle Cowan is Spcnd- han to her home at Dumas, Ark. i:iir a week with ro-atives in Mem- Saturday alter a week's visit here ; phis and . Drummond. Tenn. At in the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Drummond she is the aiiej; of Mr.' ! Brittian. . . | ar.d Mrs. W. H. Barton and in Mrs. Ernest Liles and Miss Vir- i Memphis U visiting Mr. and Mrs. gin:a Cnnnon visited friends and Cowan Barton. Owen HOES attended a dance at CrawfcWsville Tuesday night. Mr. and- Mrs. J. H. Crsio, Mrs. John Craia and Miss Ruby Grain spent ^Thursday in; Memphis. .Mr. and Mrs. -Vfctor'Marm' and £90. Ray. *er*-jn Memphis dur-> in» the..'-weekend. ^ , ... .. _._ _. , :\Mre. "Percy-.Vinceht and chit- Term., were'guests of the former's t'tiren are •HdtSnj relatives In Mem- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter f Jhis for'.two-weeks: Card. Thursday. '•;'["• - - -— : ' ' F '"" Mrs. G. Po'rter and ML'S Lesu Porter were in Memphis VVetines- day. Miss Bula Duvis Cullum has returned from Nashville. Term.. »'here she visited relatives for the past two months. Mrs. Percy HelUK.-ell. of Por- Mrs. C. W. Watson Entered the Mr. and Mrs. Graver Groves arc i Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat receiving congratulations ovtr the | pUal in Memphis today *here she a-rival of a san. who made h:s • will undergo a tonsil operation to-. actvfnt in {heir home last Friday j morrow. evening. The bilby has been nan:-; Mr . anc ; Mrs . Herbert Shippen ftl Grover jr. Mrs. Groves Is at ; an d small son. Billie. went to LJt- the home of her parents. Mr. and i ,| e Reck Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Tan McCoy. ' - - and Mrs. Geotse Bader jr, of Ca- ruUiersville, Mo., and New York cat}-, were guest* ol iJr. and Mrs. Richard Yarbro'and' : Mr. and Mrs: LaFayelte May Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McMulltn have as their guests Mrs. McMul- lin'i parents,'Mr.'-'ar.d Mrs. W. A. Trkiey of Oak Rjdge. Mo, Mr. and Mrs.'Parhsworth Black. Misses Ruth and Sue . Bun and Margaret Keck have returned from a ten days. Irip in Chicago. . .C. G. Smith left today 'for'a business trip, to Little Rock luid Hot Springs. He will be away several days. . Mrs.. C. L. LJUellelner ha$ returned to her home in Carulhers- ville. Mo., alter several days visit with her parents/ Dr,,and-Mri S P. Martin. Miss Myrtle. Sifley, Neb., and Mr, arid Mrs. Curtis Garrett, ot iiade^w, Ark., were ratsts-of'Mr. icd Mrs. LaFayette M»» durint «r>'.- weekend. ',Mr. and Hrs.'-W. B. Tanner and scm'.JlmBil* of' fetena are here r«r,i two. daya stiy with relatives of Mrs.' Tanner. They formerly ratdtd ' here.-; = -• Mr. .and'. Mre. .Riley B. Jone* ds'ed" j'llly- (lie "chosen "syrup.. Oi duhir ' powdered;' conSciised and evaporated milks can be used uitr: us good tfsulUs as If fr:sh milk vrere used.'. Kef p in mind that nc •.-u?ar Kill he nWessary in tin clrink made uith condensed milk Remember, too. that the drink r.ude without egg is not :is rich : .n lood value as the one made v-Ith Tgg. It's a good idea to keep a few runs o! evaporated milk in th-; refrigerator all the time. Fruit juices combine splendidly wiih iht iir.diliited milk to make hcaltn- lul and delicious lood drinks. Pinrapplf Shake 'Otie'cup chilled pineapple juice. -3 cup chilled evaporated mite, l teaspoon' 1 lemon juice, chipped I. H. - Brasher' returned home Friday ftqm a two weeks visit in . Kentucky.\Ms.' Brasher; visited her," son' Guy ^Brasher und family of Kuttawa. Ky, a brother. J. R. Peck of Duycnsburg. K-,.. her daughter • and husband. Mi. ind Mrs. W. ; B. Price ot Wheatcroft. Ky.. and'Mrs. Charles Smith ol Eureka. Ky. ,ilrs. Henry Weinick and son Erving Wcxxl oi Ktit- Brasl'.er Midwnu Notes [ Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Driver. They i v.-ere accompanied by Mrs. W. R. 1 Dyess who will spend a few days j there with Mr. Dyess. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. Weinber? Miss . . . Reid Crowley is ill this week. [ R aill elle Weinberg. Nathan and Mrs. W. H. Dyess is visiting rel- . Hyman Weintetg, Mrs. Max Ru- atives in Uttca. Miss., this wcfk. benstein. Mrs. E."'M.. JAffe and James Worsham has returned Mrs. u. K . Hara-arg of 'Osceola at- from the Baptist hospital at Mem- - - v phis Vwhere lie received treatment for niahma the past week, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shanks announce (he birth of a baby girl who has been named Jo Ami. Mrs. E. M. McDonald visited . were in as guests of -'Ur. and Mrs.' Walter Card, par- eiiU of Mr*. Jen«; ' lite AJleen'-'Abpelton returned to >»*r.he«ni lit-Kniphls this af- temoon after, i week's' stay with )W titter. Uff.'. U" .D. Chamblin. and ; ftrnllr. Mr. and Mrs Chamb|in .and i<r.o..ioa$.ind Miss Ap- peJtoo spent ..tbj: weekend in Jonu- boro a» RUM* vf. Garner Appelton/. broUiei 'rf .Mrs. Chamblin and'HUs Appetton. ' Kr..«»I.I(Bi.'lt-8. CaMweltand cl»otfet«r. Cri4Wa,^of Hot Springs hive sniriM' to' ipind » week with ¥?«.•' CtkiWeD'i pinm*. Mr. and MiiC ' y,-' O.>fcBind.' They »>i tr.KMM* : Vivian and 'Banana .who returned ffief »"«wWh's sUr wrtli •' •• • • . :ce. Add pineapple ji^lce to milk and itke hard. Add ice and lemon j lice and shake. The rule makes i*o servings. .Any ln:it juice can V>? used in the same way. This drink with a cookie imke.i i: quite unnecessary to serve c'cs- urt for a family luncheon or supper. Orange Kggnnc One ess. 2 oranges. 1 cii|> chilled milk. 1 table-spoon s;isar. tew grains salt, crushed Ice Squeeze juice from ounscs and jratc nnd. Add rind to juice LIIM! ' If. stand while' preparing other IIK JTKlients. . Scparnte yolk Irorii vr.llc or ege. E'eat yolk uith su- !;3r acd add strained juice. Best v.tirand add milk and jalt. Mix •horoushly and fold in whit; ot e?f beaten until still. Be- Mire t- chill orange and ejg a.s well ->s milk before mixin;. Tin-- nile mskes two servings. When you 6;rve a drink sn.irte rfth egg you nrc afldltiE ^0 cn'.oi- les of protein and fat as cell a^ vitamins and minerals to il-.c usual Elas-s of milk. Thk U the rase f.lien a whore egg is turxl for facli iiorson. tawa, Ky.. drove Mrs. here, spending the day. Messrs. Albert Wilson and By- rcn Bryant drove to Memphis Saturday and were accompanied home that evening by Misses Allie and Irene Raybuck. who have been taking their vacations the sasl week from their duties the postoftlcc and bank. Miss Virginia Dunklin of Cape Girardenu. who has been here visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Annie Dunklin and other relatives, has returned home. Herbert Herrel. son ol Mr. ana Mrs. E. H. Herrel jr., who has hnd a sievsc of the clnckenpox. is improving. William Khourie, u-ho works ai the Snm -Hftmra store a; Slcele. was hei4 Friday eveniiK risibns his mother, Mrs. Wolf khourie. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Masterson Mrs. Walter Denlon of Luxora McDonald tended" the funeral of Mrs. Anna Weinberg of Blythevllle in Memphis Friday. Judge and Mrs. S, • L.-.TOIadish. Miss Blanche Cleere. Mrs'.;W. J. Driver. Miss Emriia .Cos,": Mrs. J D. Borum and. Mrs.. L'.x.feV Swift attended funeral service's .'for Frank R .. !.J. Hlxop. of Tun-ell .whp'.^as bu- [ried in Elm wood cemetery,-Mem; " ! phis.' Fruiay. '.';'' ''" J j Mrs. W/rf. Murray returned to Parly received j her home in Memphis. Thursday visit here with'her niece U'.CrladLsh and' Judge SBe .was ...accompanied Tcmcrrcw's Menu liREAKFAST - cant :<ramb;eii eggs with lire, ]:eat toast, milk, coflco. LliNCHEO>f — Get Rid of Malaria! Banish Chills and Fever! •'reconquer Mal.-ri;i. you nuiit do ! tyio things, ill Destroy the m- Teit.oii i'l th3 bleed. 12' Build up, tlin blooJ to overcome tlic cflecLf anJ lo fortify ajainM further at- leck. There is ot'e medicine that *xa tl-.cse tw-o things and that Us Grove's Tastcles.-, Chill Tonic! The Instclcss n.uinliic in Groves Tasteless Chll'. Tonic destroys the ma- iariil Infection ii. the b)ood while the iron btillrts up the blcod Th«i- :-ai!tis of V-coplf hnvc conquered Mal.iri.i wltti tlic aid ol Grove's tas:clcss Chill Tcnlc. Iii addition W iwing a noted rcilKtly for'Mi- isri^, II is also rn excellent tonic ol Bcr.eral use. Gro-.c'p Tattelcss Chill-Tonic Is Jilc-asant to take and coiitr.ms MotWn; hsvnlul. Even chlidrtn like It nnd they can take •.t sr.fcly. For sale by all store. 1 !. ' • —Adv. -4 table sand»ic!ios. orange vc-gc cocoanut macaroons. DINNER — Broiled I-,M> steaks. tr-?med radishes: salad of tomn- i- Co stuffed with cabbage and celery and green peppers, rice pudding with pcnchcs, milk, cof- iW\ , Miinrtt, and itt; Art, are K.-E. Hardtn and Mail to a member, of the U. S. House of Representatives should be addressed to The Hon.; that >o a senator should be addressed to Ssnator, etc. Shop and Parts Dept. open'til 10 p.m. every night Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Crowley Saturday. by Tiieodore Roosevelt—^ TO SCHOOL OR COLLEGE FKKslIMEN: Your |Jn,l ifxys on the camr-05 face the cr.licjj glanres of cider students tut faculty iiith welt Ciccmed clothes. It means ;i lot. Thev'll "put >ou thrcufh" because >«• in a frrshmr; ; [,u< triej'll t amon-; thcmErlvei. "Hell rio." OLD STUDENTS: K jotfrr campas »fee yttt'U lei us c t,- A n yonr wardrobe teffre }*tu pack lor school bccaw* these first tt»r dl>^ j om '|| probablv he t»« bu»y lo i:ivr proper attention - t» -Tc«r clothes. CtMtvicts' ; Escape Foiled By Scalding Water MAJfSFIELD. O. (UP) — Five convicts of- Mansfield state reformatory here thought they had mad* good their escape from the institution, but an act of fellow prisoners employed in Hie laundry failed the attempt. The five escapes, led'by Edwardf 'Solid Sides.; .4 ' Bar-. d> A |* . Paiph. Cleveland^ g'unniari. sue-1 'gain...... j ".-..' V ." *<f iagevllle. M.O., is vuitiug her sister, Mfe EJa McElyea. Mrs. .Jorui Crain spent. Friday in Qsceola as the guest of her arenU.'Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Slier. Mrs. Phillip Newton and small ons. Phillips jr.. and Juces Has- ins. ft Florence. AU.. are visit- ng Mr. and Mrs. J. .C; Perkins. arents of Mrs. Newtoc. Miss Ruth. Bates, who spent "the umtner in .Wilsoh with, her sis- ers'/.7Mrs..'F.' F. Fo.v and Mrs. C. O. Williamson, has ^returned to .r noine ui jvlayne^t,, Ky.. . -.t^ p*v*«.-ia ^<;uitTcu iu -a mun- LJoyd.Grear ot Monette la vis.-, hole inside the walls,'and shouted ting' Jesse "Greer. and family. for help. " , "'' .J. V. Norwood, of Jonwbwo. at- ' " : '^_' * "" ended to business' here curing the Schenectady. N. Y.. ha> »• vreat- wtekend. - •• • er population than the 'entire i M^ses GUdys Clayton ar.d Dor- "state of Nevada, which : his an) thy Gideon. Bob' Coitzen. Arthur 1 area of 109.K1 square miles. FOR SALE Used Trailers. tJsed Tracks an; Used Truck-Trailer Botjjes. If You Plan To Make Mun?y Hauling Cotton and Cotton Seed, Be Sure 'to See Our Trucks and Trailers At Otic*. X A B O R.S M A S t.E R ,-' SPRING TKAUiER, A-l Ttrrs, 5th Wheel, U Ft. ' Solid Side Body, Ready to G» ......,". G. M C. !!i TON TKH.lt. Clo«d Cab. Tires Like New, 'S3 License. Kii-el- leni Condition ........ XABORS MASTER SPRING TKAlL£B,-i>iul 1 Wn«b. IS Ft. Solid Side Bi4y..A-J,C«i<li- • lion Complete ,'.......'. U 'FT. COMPLETK •TRAILER BODY. 'Has *.-|QC V » J.y . eee'ded in entering the reforn'ia- ton"' sewer, and were ' ready to emerge on the outside as soon" as darkn^^s arrived." * Laundry employes. however, turned Iocs* gaBons of steanilng hot water into the sewer'Trapped, i' iand inubie to stand the hot water','' the plotters scurried'to-a man- ' SEE 'OUR SEW-FOKI> V-S TRUCKS' ALL L PHO.NE OF.TRAlillS' 'TODAY Avthoraed Void .J>«lcr You Can Count . Mr.1President WE DO OUR PART W7E, the Sliousc-Littlc Chevrolet Co., pledge our '* heartiest cooperation with,the letter and-spirit' of the President's Reemployment Agreement and the National Recovery ..Administration. This policy is dictated not alone from a sense of duty, but also because of our firm conviction that shorter hours, increased employment and .wages will materially hasten >v the nation's return to healthy prosperity. We have added eight new employes and will operate our shop and parts department every,night until 10 o'clock. .. Every One of these Employees Await the Opportunity of Serving You (»\VNBKS AM) Ol'KU.ViOKS: J. \V. SHOL'SK AND TOM A. L1TI1.K SKRV1CK MClt.: C. K. COKHKTT PAJITS >»;«.: A. H. WAI.J.ACK STKNOGHAHIKu: XJIKS JO !.!'ni,i; ASST. SKKVICK M«K.: JIM OFFICK M(JK.: GKO. K. MKCH \N1CS: CKOWJK I)ISSlN(iKK, W1SK PEUKY, l'Al!l, DKIVKIt. JOK WILLIAMS. (JAH1.AM) MOIUiAN SKKVICK STATION: JIMMIK SMITH, TKANK CKKISIiY I'OUTKUS: HAIIVKY WIOWN, SUM 15KYANT KAOIATOU & RATfKKY: i.. • , JOHNSON, l)OK rHH'K ItOOY v*t I'AINT DKl'T.: J. H- I;N - (5KAM, CHKSTKR CATO, C, W. 1M)WDKY SAl.KSMKN: I,. 1>. CHAMIU.IN, W. A. KinVAKDS, J. C. UUCHANAN, H. W, MW.U^S, BOB WH.KS. l.KHMAN GlI.l.BSi'l,.'WH.l. HK'KS -1 1

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