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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 22, 1934
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BLYTHliVlLLE (AftK.) GOURDER WBW$ Crct Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS " Tea dance si country dub, Gp'.m, WEPNESDAY'S EVENTS p E o dinner paiiy at home of Mi'. nnd.Mrs. J. A. L-eech. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Everett B, ooc hostess to Thursday Luncheon club at the country club, Muarrf-Hprdaway bedding, %• Stephen Episcopal church, •! p. in. Sliutt-llardaivay Marriage To Bo Solemnized Dec. 27. Miss Pauline Stuart, of Mem-, phis, and Mr. Oscar. O.' Hardaway, of this city, will be married at;i lhc St. Stephen Episcopal churcn of this city next Tnursday aflei'iioon, December 27. 'The Kcv. c: E. Burke, of Mariannri, , will read (he ring service 'at; four o'clock In the presence of members of lhc families and their most intimate friends. The attractive bride-elect, who has visited here several times since the engagement was announced in October, Is the daughter of Mrs. B. J. Stuart of IWrrlsbui-j;, /»*., and the late Mr. Stuart, She resided (n Mcna, Ark., before moving to Memphis two years ego. Mr. Hardaway is head of lhc O. O. Hardnway Coflwi Co. and has lived here for a number of years. He is a member of the Hardaway family of Michigan City, Miss. Golden Rul?> ' Clats Entertained. Mrs. V. E. BHttcnvorth entertained "(he 25 members of (he Golden Rule Sunday School da's of llje First Christian church v, f lth n Christmas party m her home lust evening. .Each guest brought a gift, names .were drawn, and (lie Bits oj NCM Mostly Personal Hunter M. Steadniun has- gone lo Sclmer, Tcnn., lor Chrtstmus. Miss Monla ifushes Is In BriBh ton, Te|in., for a two weeks vtiqi tlon; . Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I'ucHctt and daughter will spend-. Chrlbtmas In cash, Ark. Miss Hazel Sample ts visiting relatives In El Dorado, Ark. \ '.Mrs. W. A.- Trickery, of Oak Ridge iMpi; has -arrived lo spf a month with Mr.' and Mrs. W. B. McMiillln.' 1)111 Godwin is ill from n'severe cold. ' Mrs. K. l,. Ucrinian ami children, of Memphis, have arrived to spend the holidays with Mrs, Dcd- man's mother, Mrs. I, O. Westbrook. Mr, Dedman will come iflr Tuesday. Mrs. Allan Walton will (jo to Memphis Monday to spend Christmas with Mr. mid Mrs. Berry E Brooks and daughter, Virginia. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. G. Smith are motoring lo New Orleans toddy to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sinilli jr. A. C. Hall, who hat been critically ill for several weeks, is silghlly improved today. Mrs. Clarence Voilmcr, Mrs. • W. Princess Is Just Miss Sometimes J, Wumlerlich, Malbellc cooke, and Misses Eva and Rose Lou Cooke, of, nee in Memphis today. J. B. Clune jr., iiiul Louis Bte- mnc will arrive homo Sunday . , gifts distributed by Santu Cliius.l night from Lltllc Eock, where tliej . Games and contests amused the guests, with Mrs. Cecil Lowe winning Jumco sticks oi peppermuit candy for inukiitB (he moat words Idlers in "Mem 1 out of the . Christmas " Refreshments of fruit cake topped with whipped cream and chcr- Jles and hot, coffees we re served by the hostess A miniature Santa Claus \\as unonlecl eacli guest as a favor. Out of town guests present were: Mr and Mis F. Cooiey of . . Durham, N c, and Hire. R. L Dedman, of Memphis. A Banquet Emplojes of the Rite -and i dc Miss Ruth Eleanor Tucker arrived home yesterday from the University of Mississippi. Oxford, lo spend Christmas with hci- fiun- Mrs. Tom Little and children motored lo Memphis ycsimlny. Mr. and Mrs.. L. N. Henbwt und daughter, Lady Ruth, will spend Christmas In Judsonla, Ark., with reliilivcs of Mrs. Hcnbcsl. Freeman Hobinson arrived home yeslerday from payetleville, where ho qtlends Iho University of Ar- thealers heic, the Malone, o* LTn m. i4 i i»w '/ '»!_*:? •, yfo and at Chailesion Mo., hn'rt T'oTn- <|uet at the Snider rcsfaurant lust evening i n compliment to their employers, Mr. and. Mrs. O w McCutchen. A fom course menu was served a n, a l° blc ""raeUvcly decorated """' novers, and holiday oma- '"'"r lhc :>6 present danc- 's Night club. and Mrs McCutchcn were iiitcd n silver serving tray and ic set fioin Uio locul e Sikeston guests gave MuokiJiB stand and with cigarettes lias Club nttcnd St. John's college. Mrs. J. P. Pride anil Mrs. S. J. Cohen were in Memphis ycsicr- ' E'lclurcd hero on her arrival in New York from a Ec-ulli American cruise is Princess Xenla Romaijolt, the former Mrs. William B. Leeds. However, when she's behind her desk, she's Just Miss Xeiiia Romanoir. A court order has legalized her use of the two styles of names, Mr. ami Mrs. W. L. Horncr ant) son, JncH. will go to WlicailfV, Ark., for (Christmas. • • ', Mr. and Mrs; A." Cunway will spend Tuesday in Osccolu with Mr., and Mrs. Godfrey While. Mr. mid Mrs. John L. Fox will cave (his evening to spend Ihb holidays with the latler's relatives in Little Rock and Stutlcnrt. Mr and Mrs. Jones j. Durham, of Memphis, will arrive (Ills eve- Memphis. Miss Keck arrived'home Tluusduy fro in LlHdcnwood s legc'ut si. Charles, Mo. ning lo be of Mrs. Dim- . hams parents, Mr. am Mrs J Earnest Hnssoii, until Tuesday P. A. Robinson and son, Jack Finey, have returned from several weeks stay [„ H ot Springs sr s^^U"- H - A - elub and Mine;, C. W °'l" lhc" Iy ° n<l W ' D ' Mc C'iirkin: high score prize 'i he ' hosless Club • nr m • , TI ' Qy ™ lu rcllir i' here or Christmas. The Rev. Fra,, k G . Smitli D. a of Omaha, Neb., will un ivo Moiv dail'l -"T"! Cllrlst " ras with his in tnc card games Mrs Ross n Hughes on the prize. Mr. and Mrs. \v. u Tiinnei- mid ivc'd J to mi !pc.>U f "' 1C " H ' haV ° M ' Mrs. T. J. Mai,,,,, aiTd^'Sly t"' wilt return Wednesday to be "here Ulcr antl Ji »imle ar'e Mr. and " - ' ' ' Driver Grove Mr Him Mu Willie" Haniilcv ^r ^"^ "W.I «Uh xr« u s Lc( > n »rd Handlcy. Mrs Johnson J CCCC At * rif " 1 Daillcls ' 0| m «« ^ lhc E. .. The home of Mr. and Mre " shjp Race SACRAMENTO, Cal <UPI tr or ord candidates ..John Moore, of Los An- F«nin'p aS T M 5 <!d becreta fy of S(ulc franl? c. Jordan hi« imms on the next ballot V- - * me ait! Inquiries have I iiom others waning as lo filing regulation 'idllS'1"^ ,S-S 5 tMc f ,or lha ' u< ' a Courier Ads. Lerton Hemphill, of Little Rock M < r t0 1 ay lo bc lllc - Car o 1 yil Haley and ats - «. «nd M,,. | ' a " r Mrs ' Joc "tzcifelncr f "• of Washington, D. a, < x - rs. s. P. Martin -since Wcdnos- 'Vi r " ! J '".^"'"tersrtlle for the ' noyd w " tc iy , Wren Uillahui.t • S<:! ' 001 at tllc ""Ivor Demonstration ClubNewsjVotee SATURDAY, DECEMBER Hayti Society-Perfonal DAPTJIjT CflDKCH • • •-•- m. ; ' - •• »*• •^;~T»^ p "*Tfi "|Ull0r BlWe School, J, X. Holley, i •••-• ••• — ;•,:;— r .. OU«s«s-for-«U »ges. Ihave been visiting . r , „ 10:50, tlomlnt worship. Special. C £P* GI)r(if<Je^u, returned -home music; "The Regime of Qlory'i by Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. Qeo.; L«,. Mrs. pussel «v>,i Wells' nephew, Ralph Pfckens, who Mrs. H. D. Wells and son, who. in Wiiitl»n Clubs »f«ts * v • :i The Home Demon6trat|oii' cjub mot »t Whltton coiiuiiunity house . ., ,. . and Mrs. p. L. Tlptorj, "Oh, Holy Night" will ijc sung \>y AWln Huffman Jr. Sermon topic "Goc? Unveiled/' 6:30, Training School, Miss Luna willicUn, Director. Thursday nflcrnoon with Mrfi.'G.| 7:30, Under tlie kadershli) of A l.nnnrv. nwsWpnt.. nr^MI,,,, , , , The meeting was opened by sfng Ing Chrlslmas Carols and ft read- Ing by Miss Cora Lee CoJejnan ol "The'First Christmas." In the absence of Ihc sojrctary. Each 'ot tile chairmen gave Interettln'i reports and timely suggestions ;ol what sijould be done In her department lit', this lime. T|ie ro)) call was answered by giving. menus made (torn the pantry shelf'ctii- ncd goods, : -I. Mrs. M. A. Wright, 'Garden chairman, urged that all thoa: that could possibly do so should clear tliciv gatdons and bre»k • Si up ready for the spring gardens and that those who still had root Smart at ihe organ,' thtrly'" foul- voices will present the Christmas Cantata- "Chillies of the Holy Night" by HblUn. LAKE STREEtMETHOWST V. E. Ch»Uan«, , Sunday School, 8:« a. m. Ivcr- son Morris, General Supt. Morning .worship, 10:50 a. m. Sermon,subject, "Qtxl and Christmas." Rehearsal of iwgeant 2:00 p. m. Young People's evening service, 7:00 p. m. Pageant, "The Web'V 7:?o p. m . Monday evening, A Christmas lice program. Radio devotional, vegetables should take care of KLCN, Monday 10:30. a. m. them. Mrs. Wright reports that she hud parsley, .turnips, parsnips, car , ., , - rols and cabbage (n her garden ^ thiil arc in good condition but she bring their o JHIS liikcn cuutlon _to hill up some, lenees Sunday. Mrs. U. A. Looncy, canning | Thc paslor w|U preach at Lone Oak the fifth Sunday, 2:30 p. m. Wells' nephew, Ralph PfcHens, who '"1)1 visit here » few days. : Miss Peavl VVlHis, \vh,o has been working In the Ark'Mo Power, office In Cariilhersvillc, is how working u > " le lounl office. Miss Pauline Cheek, who ivas working hi the Hayli olljcc, has been transferred to Csrulhersville, Carl Martin ar)d Harvey Holt of St. Louis, who have been here veiling, returned home. Mr. ^far- tln visited his parents, Mr. and Mis, O. T, Martin, Mr. HoU'^who is presidept of Uie. Shrinks -'Construction company, which Is pay- Ing the highway between here and Kennett, )ias many friends here and at Caruthersville whom he visited. Mr. and Mrs. Holt are the parents of a baby girl bori last- Tuesday, w|io lios Iwcn nan( eri Barbara Ann. Mrs. Howard Ma yes of St. l/JUis is here visiting her mother-in-law Mrs. Dora Mayes, Mrs. Mayes is cnroiitc lo Grady, Ark., where she will visit her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ball were iu St. Louis Monday and Tuesday for lhc Bali Furniture 'fIBW YORK, "Dec',' 22 (Up)- fstewnlncd largely by- Seccctai-y Radio Corporation -common and S,,,ifh e l • st * f f men J' re S ai ' d !n.S thc preferred '^B» stocks featured the Ba!lkhead referendum and his sto?k mafket toqay with total vol- S^H iSl "^ ye ? r> U : wds ume about 10 per cent of the en- °?" ev , e . a nls statement, cpcctct! tire business done on the ex- ™!.'J;, 5^, end ' " -ouW help Ulc change. The common rose on Z^«« T 8 t ', less '" spot * a1so heavy buying while the "B" stock ^°" >M f, lo c "" a n«e ™iues In the declined, Other sections ol thc list '" chairman, gave a report - on the number ot cans thai jiart been done In the commuiiity kitchen for the relief clients and the club Let every member remember to « ( " y "' rlllt' Illnli- nfbVlon- f n i. R.,,,-,,n SlOrC. ior ucnevo- Mlss Jcwel , HllyniC| who ,, as been visiting relatives in Dyers Ijurg, Tcnn., lias returned home. Mrs. Charles Jobc is in Chailee, Mo., visiting .with her parents. She FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sixth and Main Sts. V. Einuiell Boite'ni'orUi, fllint»t«r Todays Markets ciw nff ft mixed wills changes small. A. T. and T ........... Anaconda Copper ..... Beth. Steel ....... ---Chrysler .............. Cities service ....... ., Coca Cola . ........... Gen. Am. Tank ...... Gen. Electric ......... Gen. Motors ......... Int. • Harvester ........ Montgomery Ward .... N, Y. Central ........ Packard 102 3-4 103-4 20 1-2 38 3.3 , ] a-8 155 30 19 3-4 ill 1-8 38 5-8 28 19 7-8 $ 5.3 Phillips Pet. .......... H 1-4 Radio .................. 61-2 Simmons Beds ____ : . . . 3 Standard of N. J. • ...... 42 1-3 Texas Co ............. 20 U. S. Steel ......... i M 1-2 McKesson-Robbins .... 81-8 U. S. Smelting ....... 122 3-8 Dec. Jan. Mar. May July Oct. Chicago Wheat open high low close Dec. 88 1-8 98 3-8 98 1-8 08 1-4 May 38 5-8 33 3-8 D8 5-8 .83 Chicago Corn >™ high lou- close 1-1-3 , : 90 1-2 88 1-2 SO 1-4 for the relief clients'and the club Christinas program and treats ' remsi ! n mn ' fl1c holidays. Dec. 88 1-3 , SO 1-2 881-2-901-4 members gave Individual reports for tiic children Sunday at s-tf' ' SeUl Compere are May 86 5-8 8V 5-8 8fi 5-8 87 3-8 on their years work. At present I a. in. Bible school hour M T '" Dtee>: Jsia " d thb wcc!c visiting __ ,.i.rhin .i.i.l *,*•*.>l**n . «,i,i XT«_.. o -..,..1 ... ' ' ' Mrs. CO]]inei'C's IlllpTp T.nrfu, TOiidi »r . •• .' —. _ . meat curing and canning. qnd Moon, Superintendent, minec meal are the products .111at| Sermon at 11 a m 'worship arc being made. Mrs. Guy D. Mc-,lod: "The Christmas' Spirit." Ghee, lhc home management, Marie Cooley, who' with per- il or V. , "~ vx«~»vj , Y-1IVJ N 1V1I - 111:1 chairman, gave several definite husband, the Rev Mr William Improvements that the club house Cooley, is sixmding the holidays should have and .plans for -the with relatives here, will give a demonstration in making day beds dramatic reading of Van Dyke's and mattresses In. January. Mrs. famous story: "The Story of the G. W. Bo«-en, (he yard improve- Oilier wise Man" at u, c vesper munt chairman, Insists that earfi!service at 6 o'clock, club member ; make a bed''of-cut- The public is cordially invited Mrs. Compere's unc!e, Lacey Bush, and family. Miss Juanila Cranford, who is working as at the Ber, ~ . - nlc , Co . Mon Gf " <"• Bernle, Mo ., has f rlvcd ,t° s P efici the hol ' dH « wlt " tings othei for evergreen shrubs and lo all services. planU which might be set oul in the spring. Mra. T. M. McCleiidon,,, the clothing chairman, gave some instructions on making thrift gar- ,.™. m , 6 »u™ )lp , 4U am acr- ments and mentioned the f^ct mon theme: ' "'Tjie LaHcr : and she had an extensive library on Greater Glory of"God's House" uii^nu uji. tiu uitj vim i,. i mi i i>j.uiiuay, i p-ill- poultry chairman, Mrs. J. A. Me- Children's Program. ciendon, was abscnt^but -the elub Christmas Day, held a round table discussion on OirJslnias service'. Poultry. Mrs. PljiUip Deer, the "For linlo you is born this day col- Wr. and Mrs. Zal B. Hiirriosn and children were in Memphis yesterday. 1'ILGRIM LUTHEKAN CHUUCII H. J. K|eindiemt, 1'aslor Sunday school, 9 ' a.m. Mprniti a.m. Ser T . Kohn and Mrs. Laniar Thompson drove lo Memphis Thursday and M ? y were accompanied home by Mrs. July Joe Kohn, who has been in Dr. ° cl - nudiic'r's clinic. Mrs. A'ictor Craig and children, of New Orleans, who have been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkcrson, left for Blytheville Wednesday to spend the holidays with relatives :lothihg helps that the club nicm-i No evening worship ocrs might use at any time. The I Monday, 7 p.m., Clirlslni; las Eve, 6a.m., early a Saviour food .chairman,'gave sou)e interest In the city of David ing ineiius^and urged that Ihe whicii is Christ the -Lord" -jt rich holiday diet, be supplemented 'Luke 2, 11-' '1 ' ' ' with fruits uhd r<iw .vegetables. Mrs. G. A. Loon^;, the president, gave a busiiwss .report, 'Of the finances of Uic club and the net proceeds of the carnival which ivns held at the club house was Handel, will "be "nrescntcd""ar thp ""•«»«•• $81.05,' In the business session the evening hour by the large robed LUUe Mannlta Malhis is m R1U , club nailllGi In nrenarn » hnsk»l. rtioir *,._.. ,,.;,. „ . R . * ULn -u inumru: m Will Present Pageant at Presbyterian Church "In His Slops," u beautiful pageant written by -Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon, will be presented al the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon al 4:ao ii s tlic feature of the Christmas sen-ices, Lighting will be largely carried out by candles. The pageant draws a reverent parallel between Ihe life of Jesus and the life of n minister of today, each being (raced from birth to final rejection, then flashing back to lhc nativity scene and closbig with a nolc of holy joy. Taking leading parts in thc pag- , „, ..... . . .. cant arc Mrs. J. Neal Gcscll, Tom J. n. Mill Again Master Mohan. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen, •- John Mcllcrsh Salmon. The Rev. S. II. Salmon, R. K. Kirshncr, Z. B. Harrison, Hogcr Babcock, J. LBl'ANTO, Avk.-rJ, W. Hill v.ts Nick Tlionms, B. M. Woodard, W. re-elected worshipful master of the C. Lcggctt, c. G. Allen, Fred Ban- jLcpanto Masonic lodge at the rcg- defur, Philli,) Easlcy, C. J. Crane, I "'"r meeting Thursday uigiit. Eiu-1 Uuckley, c, M. Giuy, W. }!. ot -her officers lire: Vcnion,Mays. Easlov. Atrs n « &r~<t ., senior warden; J. E. Williams FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sevfiifh i West Main : W. V. Woraack, Pastor 'The Christina a - - ...MJ-s. Ellis Kohn arid Allen. Mrs. HIaman Jan. Mar. R O X Y FREE SHOW FOR THE KIDDIES CHRISTMAS A7 n i ^ « MORNING, 10 O'CLOCK t\ew Orleans COfton Every, child in Mississippi County is invited to attend NEW ORLEANS,.Dec_23, ; <UP), this Free-Show',.. —The cotton market 'saw: ,,sub- •-•••.'.-•.-•-/•..-/.:"".•..'."'.' Netherland News Mr. ami, Mrs. M. R. Rowland has returned from a shopping trip lo at. Louis. ' .''".': . Mr. and Mrs. Willie James, of Swift, and Mrs. J. E. Mathis shopped. 4 -m Blylhevllle Tuesday , ; Mr. and Mrs. Mark" Troulnian, accompanied by Mrs. A. C. Blan- • . , * ' ——r-ft-vk* m ^i Tuesday. Mrs. Blankeiiship staye d over for a visit with her parents, ' choir -Mr*. Neill RectJ u .. c , lllls and Miss Leoiic Callicolt at tlic piano. Solo parts will be given by George Heiiry' (tenor), Mrs; George M. Lee (Alto), Mrs. R. P. club planned to prepare a basket of food and also clothing and toys for the needy families in pie neighborhood. At the conclusion'of the business session the attention of all was turned to a lovely decorated Christmas-tree and all'of „ 0 . „ 0 . r . a the packages. Each drew limes owl os), A Christmas 'reading will be exchanged gifts. Afier all of the give,, b rM R, William Cwley The Chnslmas presents were distribul- hour for this sen-ice will be scv ed Ihcy asked Miss- Cole m an ' to en o'clock. ^ find licr Christmas card on the Ircc which conlained a gift of money from lhc elub. • . PaddisoD, Mrs. joe TrioscJimnn" Fairfield (sopran- , and Mrs. '{ OI u • » J JYIaSODIC Lodge . Mrs. R. . large number of young people of (lie church. Prior to the aclual pageant Hie choir will render two anthems, mid Mr.s. Salmon will play Schubert's Ave Maria" as n violin solo, Bernard Gooch accompanying on the piuno. During the pageant other music is Introduced, featuring a baritone solo by Ross Stevens Faiire's "The Palms." The general public and especially »u interested friends tire most cordially Invited to enjoy this service. There will i ;C n 0 evening service nnd Presbyterians will join in worship with Mcmi,, O f other chinches of itic city. Molt, und -. -• -. .,....-,..0, oiilldrcn and Junior warden; C. B. HaiVna, secretary; C. L. Marconi, treasurer; H. A. Prichcll, senior dcason; W. k. Cassitly. junior dciicon; Rev. C. E. Gray, chaplain; w. G. Tliiirman, senior master of ceremonies; F. C. McWliirter, Junior master ot ceremonies; Herman Bindursky, tylcr. A ring-watch, filled will! diamonds and worth $9000, k prob- nbly the Mnallcst ^Ime piece In cxislcnce. It is no larger limn u person's eye. ' ' j---— v"«°u*y..fro n i si. Charte'; ^r&MMSfx Mrs G.- ' Mill lUimiing CANTON, o. OJP>—The Magnolia Flour Mill R t Jlngnollu, near Here, Is- operating in (lie huge iramc building that Richard Elson erected when he rounded the business 100 years ago. The Elson family still controls the mill. •Heavy Water," a recent discov. cry in (he scientific world, costs PPproxlmajcly $4 a drop ot maim, 'actlirc Hrliflclally. ' lllc mora ' n S hour the Rev ° r Mr - *»* Netherland school ChriMmas . ructor Jotanc Troutnian, provided a Christmas tree anri .gifl s for theui.' r^' ""*, ^ Thoi "l»ou J of Conr? "^ V '2 ° a ^^ d "«Bl!lcr, Mrs. Orady King, recently. Us* of Butter OLYMPIA, Wash. , . of butter has jumped 5.000,000 pounds Duke University Theological ool at Durham, N. C,, will bring the Christmas sermon, "Christmas: IJie Giving God, the Givrn Chrisl." " Two siiccial musical numbers will be used: " Tllo Birthday of Uic King" a m i "Ti, e Ncw-Boni Special Cliiistinas programs will be rcjxlered \\\ all departments of Uio church school Sunday mornine at 8:45 o'clock. f •The young pcoirfo's league scr-' vices Sunday evening at 6'30 o'clock. i Visitors welcome to nil th c 'services. Hospital Notes Admitted (o the BlytlicvlUc has- '• pilnl: Lois Montgomery, city dismissed: c. D. Williams, city. ? °^ h "H« • substitutes, ' D ''' Rcbert K dairy -supervisor. We wish our customers and other friends a Happy Christmas and a Joyful New Year. TRANTHAM COAL COMPANY Phone 964 oj>cn high !ow close 1210 1253 1246 125U 1251 12S1 12&0 1251 • 1262 12CS 1262 I20U • 1265 1272 mi J272 1270 1273 J270 1373 1256 • 1258 1254 . J25S 0 . ~ »6MO IU1 . Spots closed steady at 1285, toyotc Carried Bell PEARSALU Tex. (UP) -A. i riM coyote with a collar ami . in around his neck was wu j. n .J here by Warren Smith "Sinan Smith said the coyote w ™ 0 id Apparently had been someojie years ago. DR. N. L. CISSELL GRADUATE Located at Bob Harris 1 -' Sales Stable I • Phone 460 Blytheville, Ark. New York Cotton YORK; Dec. 22. <UP)— m closed steady. ' open high low. close "1752 125S 1252 .1257 1252 1254 125D 1253 1262 1266 1260 1255 ..... 1269 M272 1268 .'1271 ...:. 1270 1275 '1370- 1374 1256 1258 1254,'- : 1257 ipols closed steady.'at 1280, p up:5. advances in prices.'teK, four to'ten points-higher n the most active session in some ime. December and;October posi Last Time Today mie. uecemoer ana;October posi- ,. ,. • 0 , ions tightened up some but good ''""nee ft Night—lOc - 25c sains • were • registered in other 7., • TZ Saturday Only Matinee 2:30-^10c -'25c . . ZANK GREV'S ; HOMEON THE RANGE' Bringing' to the screen America's Torcmost boy acloi, Jackie Coogan in a thrilling story of Alaska and the Gold Rush Days With JACKIE COOGAN and RANDOLPH SCOTT "Tailspin Tommy" Serial "Keep in Slyle" JVovclly Sunday • Monday MATINEE & NITE— 10c-35r _ A STORY OF STUDENT i NURSES ' ,ihe Gtds Nobody Knows Warm of Hoarll f Coy of Spiritl Bravs of FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSUEAJiCl DIPT, J. A. SALIBA, M. o., M^B., PH. KVK, EAK, iNOSE^and THROAT GLASSES FITTED KUUI.H aiO, IngraiK Residence Phone JL Curuur Main & f Olticc Phone Ford Guaranteed BATTERIES Will withstand Ihe'hard usage a'twtlcry 8*!^ during void \veafher. 13 PLATE' $5-55 15 17 PI.ATK |J.?5 and Your Old Battery Kvery. Fort( |ta(tcry is rig |d I ylcsted and fully . . guaranteed - ........ 777 QUICK S tnttf Camming | PiiraniQunt News.- •,', Npvelly-Musical '•' ' 75 TONS HAY FOR SAI,K Alfalfa, Pea and Mixed Hay •H. C. Kmippenbergcr I K H ' i! HOLD ti with SHIRLEY GREY "Mystery Squadron" Serial Novelty Sunday - Monday MAT. & KITE—IQc -. 25o three lives were almost ruined by ...suspicion! ^ **«; •Novelty Red Comedy ':.'..

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