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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 29, 1934
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BLYTHEVILLE; (AEK.) COUR1EB NlWf SATUBDAY, HRST ' METHODIST CHURCH • '* ' "ci^TiLi.''*L' t- ^ri-• ' *ir • • «*ii_'* •- Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary First Prcs- bjterlan chmcli meeting In |>as- tot's study, 2:?0 P. M. Dance at country club, 3:30 P. M. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Joe Trleschman liavlug young Matrons Bridge club. WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Farnswortii Black. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. P.oss D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon club at conn try club. Thursday Bridge dub meeting with Mrs. Loy Welch. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. R, L. Bradley. Duck Appropriate for New Year's Dinner 'ScMUT>~M ' W. Miln ' -V(, \.'Vfoauirt,'ttttor Church 5c,hdbl,, 9^5 a.m. E»rt D, iBnyder,'iupt. Urli-o For Dues Continued, The drive for members of UTC Woman's club to pay dues, so that the three months back payment on the building may be met, is being continued. Members ol the board of trustees have agreed not to ask donations of business firms or Individuals but lo sil- tempt lo raise the entire sum by having dues paid. Any one cariiis to pay dues should coll Mrs. <_;. W. Dillahunty. B, T. U. To Have New Year P.irly. The B T U i- ol the First Baptist church will obstrvc the coming of the. New Year with a program and singing. This informal party will b ceded 'by a 'meeting of the live committee of B. T. U.'s lit 7:15 o'clock and the regular monthly council and business meeting. Refreshments will be served throughout the' evening. All young people of the church are invited. M9ri|lh« wwshJp 10:55 a.m. Paa- i tor's subject, "Paying Tribute." for all young of phritt, Sc|fittbt, fJund^y us »t H o'clock. , " ' ; .•'•-. The Golden'Tejij, I*:-"The.lojrd lath wad; bare his livly »nn in lh? eyes of all the mttou.; an4 all tlio ends of the earth shali b^c the salvation ;'of our God" ; '(ls4»h :10)^- • -• .* ..'i.-,i:. Ajnons the c Ha lions from- the Bible -which comprise th« Leaon- IScrnipn li' Uie! JollowW«:'/ League '. services 30: p.lll. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Subject.'"Mot toes for 1935." • •:. •• Visitors invited and welcome. 8. H. Salmon, Pinter 0:15 a.m,, Sunday Church echool, S. E. Vail, BUpL. •.':• 11:00 a.m., Morning Worship. Sermon topic, ''The .Thret Tentes of Hid 'Christisn ' Uit," -" IH4S .p.m., The-Yoijhg-Pcopic.of. th«;ciiiir'ch Vesper Service. •, .' 7;30•;. p.iii., EvenlBg -:Worship. Sefmon topic, "Chips or Scars?" : Close out the old year 'right,, nd enln ln,splratlon to begin the Year aright. Worship God in hesc services. ' word Is a lamp unto my («*t, and a light unto my.p^ttj'!. \fs. '.MS,';The Lesson-Sermon »l?o the following passage from the Christian Science textbook,' "Set cnce aiid Health wltti Key to fri Scriptufes,<• by liary B»ker 3d* dy,' ; "8clence Is an e inanition 70 divine Mind, an,d Is alone able tx ntcrnret' God aright" (p J27). A Christian Science message broadcast every Wednesday a 10:30 a.m. over KLCN. Itoa&t duck lakes on new savor when served like this, smootlicrcd In a. delicious orance sauce garnished with cupx of orange sections. HV MARY K. UAGUE Nt,\ Service Stan Writer if you had roast turkey for 1 cup chopped peanuts, 4 Ublc. -garnish of orange cups filled'with f,poons spoons minced butter, celery, 2 table- diced oranges. 1 teaspoon salt, | B;lkc ,, cclB Thanksgiving and roast pig for M teaspoon pepper, hot, milk. \[ wn Instead of boiling Clnistnius, how ubont roast duck Combine dry Ingredient!!, for New Ycur's? One. advantage butlci 1 , melted, nml enough Atltl color, hot hi order to preserve . inch Holl in parsley. butter anc: SECOND BAl'TIST CHUKCH J. T. Itcnfro, Pastor Bible school, 10 A. M., Thos. Begun, superlnlcndent. 'Sermon by the pastor, ll A. M B. V. P. U. at 6 P. M. Sermon by the pastor, 7 !'. M. W. M. B., Monday, 3 p. M. wiih ^5. Hanilsti. CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNE Euphi D. BeMley, put«r fiynday school, 9:45 am. Morning worship, !1 a.m, Scr mon subject: "The Two Build crs." N. Y. P. S. 6: 30" p.m. Evening service, 7:15 p.m. Special evangelistic- service the evening hour. Everyone,is cor dlally invited to attend these scr vices, . . (Today's Markets New Orleans Votton ORLEANS, Dec. 29 (UP>on th,e -.cotton market rjis'jjf; fairly 'good proportions to;&'y an4 the market held-steady leaplte .-bearish ponitructlon plac- d -'« on statements . 6r secretary rVa]lac«. ' ' '•'• ' . ....'-•. open. high IQW close . ~V :_^. 1253 1267 1210 1265 1263 127-1,1270 1272- 1276 1277 1291 127IJ 1280 1263 12GB 1258 1261 1266 1268 (266 1260 May July ' Oct ... Dei) St. Louis-San Francisco 1 j-1 Standard of N. J « i-8 Texas Co .2.0 M U. S. Smelling 121 l.'j U. B. Steel 38 3-4 Zonlte * 1-P Spot* closed steady at 1288, changed. York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec.; M (UP) Cotton closed very steady. open high low close '1257 12&1 1257 1257 March 1209 1270 12S7 12li!> May 1215 1278 1212 1218 July 1278 1281 1275 1281 Oci 12G2 121H 1238 126U Dec 1271 1271 12(i'J 1271 Spots closed steady at 1V85, un- uangcd. Chicago Wheat ' open high low elosc I Dec, 98 3-8 08 1-2 97 3-4 98.. May 100 1-8 100 1-2 DO 5-8 395-8 Chicago Corn open high low close, Dec 94 5-8 95 1-2 M 1-1 91! 3-8 May 80 5-8 91 1-8 83 3-8 83 3-8 Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blylhcville hos. pital: Miss Rebecca Neal, Dell; Mrs, Robert Williams, stcclc. Mo.; Kenneth Carroll, Wardell, Mo.; iliss Sammie Little, Unionsvllle, Dismissed'. Eugene Hedge, Caruthcrsvllle, Mo. Mid-week Service, pastor's home. Wednesday, riLGRIM' LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J.-KMhdlenst, -Pastor Sunday school, 9'a.m. ; Morning wrsliip, tt>- a.m. Sermon "theme: "The- Immovable FoundatioV Upon Wh'lch the Christia'n Church Is Built." No evening service.'. • New Year's Eve service with milk to make quite moist. Or if you prefer put serve. Shred new cabbage and.communion 8 p,rn, Preparatory 9rc seldom many left-overs. Any arc seldom mny lefUovcrs. Any bits of meat remaining, though, onions, pooled but not sliced, In-jicn "nVlimtcs. " Add" cno«Bh"" S oue:toVau"fo'VonhIp'-wlth ft' I innkn delta Dim -sand rnmb n- Kk o dmik. R ,n:nn fnr nil limn- nut .- __,., .. .., • .„...,...--„ .. I H .; cd with celery and oranges, while remove onions. Then fill the good (sized slices nwy be reheated with peanut stun'lne, Truss B. T. U, To Have A Story.Hour. Patents in ' Ilia" church \\lio |ia\c tween the ages of Firbt ".Baptist children be- fivc und nine years are invited to bring their children to the B. T.' U. story hour meeting, each Sunday evening al 6:30 o'clock. The sloiy lioui is under supervision of ^frs. L. N. Hcnbest who has had special tralnlhe hi this type of work Mothers of the children arc in- ™ t " cooK in wat«r to barely cover un-[service, 7:30' three Milan I in mite,- Is cooked :'uway^-abCul' A cordial i invitation is extended Bishop Greene To Read • Appointments At Service Siuulay The committee : on education made : Its report to : 'fhc Saturday session of the^ African Methodist annual conference,.which convened here last' Wedncsda-y, wilh Bishop Greene presiding. The' educational sermon was preached by Dr. E J. lAinon, of Newport.'. The > conference.'.• adopted a resolution to celebrate the - : flltieth arinlverfary of Shorter college, at North 'utilc Rock, in a golden Jubilee V "ter- minate'' in May, r 1935;',wlth a iriotto ' \ited to meetings. attend the B. T. U. ^Entertains Club. , -• >.. Mrs Edgar Boruiu was . hc^ltss to the Th,ui£das Contract club Friday afternoon \\hen she. also entertained Mrs.. Floyd While,Mrs. Mejer Giabei and her houseguesl, Mrs. Shahski.-of SL Louis. Cut polnsettias .decorated living room In -the card games Mrs. J. Ernest. Hasson won the club prize, siher \ases. A Iruit salad wnlT served fruit cake aiid - cofTcc. • » » Club Has Parly. Members of the Thursday Luncheon club and t«o guests, Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Helena, and Mrs. James H. Bell, were'guests of Mrs. Everett B. Gee for luncheon and bridge game at the country club. A.Rotted poinsettia was the centerpiece; of -the - luncheon table arranged with i< lace cover over red. In the card games Mrs. Ross D Hughes won the prize. Entertains . Club, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns was hostess to: the Mid-Wcek Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. George Muir, for a luncheon and bridge game I-YI- i day at the count IT club. A two course menu Wiis served at a table arranged by the opci nrc with a polled plant for Hi centerpiece. -The high score prize went to Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Bits oj i Mostly Personal and served wilh a hot wild grape Icily sauce. Here's the mfcnu: Cocktail of Canadian Rhubarb Roast Duck with .peanut Stuffing Orange Buuco . Rice Croquettes Baked New Beets New Cabbage Salad of Mixed Mew Orccns ' with Roquefort cheese Dressing New Year I'uddijlp Galled Nuts Candles Coflcc Blew rhubarb without pcellpg In a sniall amount of water. 'Swee(«n when removing from fire. Chill .horougtily and servo with a red maraschino cherry in each slats. A>! of rhubarb will mukc cocktallf for,..eight persons. ... . 'A" duck Is -'prepared for roasting In.exactly the same way as a turkey or chicken. It is served less well done than other fowl, although a domestic duck mny be as .well done as yon want It without offending culinary convention!). Afler cleaning "and wiping dry, inside and out. nil with Peanut Stuffing Three cups hot mashed polnloes, 1 cup soft slolc bread crumbs, >ul on rack In roaster. Rub over i j,,| L . e O f :he otttslde wilh salt and peppci''cream a apd dredge lightly with flour. Put In a hot oven (400 degrees F.) for "' "'"'cream lo cover cabbage and sea-i Lord'shall preserve thy gohig put 3 duck'soi, W |j h sa | t mid'pep'pcr and but-'and thy'-coniing'in/from th(s time JJ •""" tor. Let boil up well, add tho-fort|i;, aiid' , even forevermorc." """ lemon . to l-'J; cup.Psahn nd wrvc. . • • c Use French endive and chicory twenty minutes, busting every ten with just iv. touch of chlves'for (he mhuitcs wmi'-l tablespoon, hot f latl - . Crumbled Roquefort, cheese- water and 1 tablespoon butter. I ^J' 1 "'^. 1 "* .«_^:^ so " cd rench dressing • to make, the Roquefort cheese dressing.' New Year Pudding Five cgys, 1 cup granulated • su- giir, 2 lablesi»ons granulated gelatine, 1 1-2 cups gra|w . jtilcc, 1 cup blanched anc; shredded 'al' monds. ries, t-4 p°und cun'dled" cher- FIflST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Carpenter, P»stflr ispoon Reduce heal to 350 degrees F. and roast for two hourj; longer, bast-' Ing with the liquor In the ronstcr. Or put cover on rooster and roust without basting. Orange Sauce Three tablespoons butler or drippings of fat in roasting pan, 1 M'nall carrot, 1 ernall onion, 1-2 teaspoon salt, I-* 'teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons flour, 1-2 cup orange Juice, 1 teaspoon lemon juice. ' Add . shredded carrot and, onion 'ul|nb In -1 tublespoons : cold -Wilier to.jrjellcd butter or,other -fa,l and ;aiid dissolve ovei" hbt.-^watiirf Jlcat cook., stinlng .occasionally until j gj'Hper-juice to the boiling . point vegetables and buiter arc slightly |and. beat into ,yolk mUturc, Heal browiicd. Stir In flour and when again. Beat. whites of. eggs until a.m., Holly, supt. Bible school, - A. J. 10:45, ^for^|ing worship. Seripon topic.' "TaKipg :?loclc." (A be'twceri Moody, the yeaVs"-sermdhJ. Snecisf music I'-'Bert I of a. ! debtless -school. ' It was agreed 'to m'erge the six annual, conferences into'four. Blphop Greene will - preach tin ord!))a.tjon serrnon to'inorrow ijwrn IngAor^iri tfie'' ministers : ah(j 'rea< A memorial service, was 'held for those who died during - the year, among whom. were Bishop w. Sampson Brooks and Dr. O. I. 'losing Stock Prices NEW. YORK, Dec. W. (UP) — 'he stock market started today at 2,000,000, share rate tor. a' five .our day, rose - to new highs since ipril-25;.in:the Dow-Jones Indus- rial average, eased on 'profit tak ng, and closed irregularly higher. n. T. and T iw J-B Anaconda Copper 11 3-» Bethlehem'' Steel -.-..... 32 Chrysler • .'...... 41 7-8 Cities Service ..- i i.y Cova. Coin 151) i.j} Oerierai American Tank 37 1-2 Gerteriil-Electric : 217-8 General Viators 335-8 Ifttcrnauonal Harvester -13 JMcKcssoh-Robblns ...'. ^loiHeomcry ward .... New. York'Central .... Packard ......... Phillips Petroleum .... rjadio, ~ sermon). Specisf music|' -Bertie L.. Delyfes tho editor of in kecjlng with • occasion,. . 6:30, li'ralnlng school,- Miss Luna Wilhclm, director. (A drill ground for each church member). 7:30, "The Missing t,lnk" prc- ' • senled by le'ji students. macaro9ns, - whtnped • cream. Not a pageant but students deal- arna ? - ,±' " £*" S **« '.« wit,? practical'problem" of'lffl eggs. Put-yolks in to' a :: bowl and beat well with sugar. '-Soften Eel- All vlled local school folk cdrdialy in- IhoroiiEhly blended, slowly stirring constantly. add stiff. Beat in gnlaline and almonds Cook nnd.'poiiv hot yolk mixture over. live minutes and-pour through a Pour into H deep pan;lined with line sieve. Return to tire, season macaroons und sprinkled with-half wilh sail, sugar and pepper and the candied cherries. Let stand: on add orange juice and lemon juice, ice for several hours,or overnight. Heat but do not let boll and serve Turn out of mold and; serve top- at once. Serve cluck on hot pluttcr with' In Memphis for two days-on lain, Dr. Ira Ellis, Monctlc, asso- busine-ss. elate grand patron, and Mrs. Friin- Alvin Allen and parents wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W Osbron al Jackson, Tcnii.. ovc I the liOll(Iu>5 and were iiccompan t led home by Mr n.nd Mrs. Osbro who will spend a few days i guesls of Miss Marie Harm'sli. • Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Undcrwuo have returned to Lltlle Rock af ,ler siKiiding Clirlstmas with M and Mrs. Qeorgc Muir and M antl Mrs. H. H. Ilouchins. Mr Underwood, who has been qull ill, is now. bsttcr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. of Beebe, Ark ,will arrive Ih afterricbn to'be guesls of Mr. an Mrs., Samuel P. Norrls until lies week, coming o\er especially fo the New Year's Eve dance at tl country club • Mrs. Mary. Phillips Robinson an soil, Hojston. relumed -last nig] from fort Smith, where they wer guesls for a week ot Mr! and Mr- Charles W. Oglcsby and daugl ter. Mrs Oglcsby is a daughter cl Mis- Robinson They were accompanied to Fort Smith by another son of Mrs. Robinson, Phil, who has returned to his home at \ Nashville, Tenii, ' ; j Karl Itroger, of Oklahoma City, ( OkU, wbo •ultlw.iyrrs.. Kroger. Is 1 guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lowcry, of ces Bogan, associate grand con- ilcago, will arrive tomorrow.ductress. onilng lo sjwnd New Year's hoi- The Masonii: ofliccrs were in- ays wilh Or. and Mrs. HunterC. stalled by E. R. Bogun, district pcd with whipped cream sprinkled with remaining cherries, ms. Mrs. Sims is a sister of Mrs. owery. Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Pcnriergrass, : Milan, Tenn., ore weekend uests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ryant. Miss Jamie Nichols, formerly of crc nnrl now of St. Louis, nr- ved. last nlglit for u few days Islt wilh lier sislcr, Mrs. Harry VciSBiun. . J. D. David, of Helena, who has cen visiting friends in St. Louis, rrlvcd here lust evening to visit ehlives. Mrs. Gliulys Baker, of 1'iirkin, \rk.. and R C. Cuirlc. of Memphis, re guesls of Muss Allycc Nelson. R. A. Nelson Jr., has as his guest Thad Bis;vn. of Joncsboro. Mr. und Mrs. John L. Fox have returned from Little Rock. They were accompanied home by Mrs. •'ox's brother. A. E.. Thackcr, of Stntlgart, Ark. Mrs. J. C. Beverly, of Sliukvillc. Miss., is tbc guest of her brother. J. K. (Jrilz, and family. She will be here until after New Year's. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn Is ill at her home on West Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Roberts liuvt: returned to thj?r home In Pine Bluff afler spending the fall sen- son with Mr. and Mrs. J. . K. Critz. Mrs. Crilz Is their dauuti- ter. Miss.Audlcy Brigliam | laa returned to her home in SUnkville. Miss., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Brigham. Osceola Masonic And Eastern Star Installation Held deputy grand master. O. L. Jenkins, master elect, was not in- slnllcd because of his unavoidable ibscncc In Mississippi. The 'terc- nony was altended by J. D. Dunn, grand master, and J. T. Coblon, grand orator. The Efislcm Slur officers In- ittillcd were: Mrs. Annabel Balew, worthy matron; Mrs. Ulizii- bclh liains, associale matron; J. Fowler, worthy patron; E. Ii. Reed, iissoclntc pulron; Mre. Cic- ncvn Fowler, conductress; Mrs. Esther Reed, associate conduclresi; Mrs. Edith Abrcy. treasurer; .Mrs Grace Moore, secretary; Mrs. Claii Wood, phuiUit; Mrs. Dovie Henson. Ada; Mrs. Monn Moore Until; Mrs. Elizabeth Ellas, Estlier; Mrs. Florence Musten. Martini Mrs. Ruth Uimglns, Klcclra; Mi^ Fanny Tliniilklil, nhnplain; Ocorgc Abrcy, Warder; u. 11. Brooks, sen linel; !S, R. Moore, miushal. TliR new Musonlo officers Jii . li. Smith, senior warden: w U. Kcllcy. junior warden; 'J. D James, treasurer; B. s. chllds secretary; [,. J. Smith, senior dea con; E. R. Reed, junior deacon. A new radiator for liealhig rooms is so compact that it extends only few inches from a wall and is signed to be instiilled close lo a oor, where It: will be more elfi- ent. Student Program Sunday at First Baptist Church Again Able To Work With Ease Stomacn and Kicinnys Rcgu latcd by, Gly-Cas,' Freed of NcurUic I'ains First Time In Ycnrs; Like A Nc\v. Man 1 Imvc just. finished the Hi's nil \vcck.s work I have hccn abl do in ten years—and I am fed ng fine," said Mr. A. II. Province 19 .-Crealh Joncsboro, Monday 2:30,' Wpmun's Mtseioh- 'soc|ety. Wednesday :rvlcc. 7:00, Church -Nfsht FULL GOSPEL CHURCH H. D. Montgomerj 1 , p«(6r N.' W. tranthwn, Supt, Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Evening service,' 7:45 p.m.'s Recorder, of Tulsa, Okla., addressed the conference today. -M. E. Cummings, -of Ed- moiideon,' Mary I- Richards, o Osceola,. -Mattla M. -Warden, o Auvejgn, M: S. Wells,- of miJndson, ..Temple -L. -Dykes, of Tuckerrhah, S. A. Fowler, of, Forrest 'City, Rosie Wade, of. Newport, Annie ' L. Burton, Olierr'y Valley, Eva Stewart-,- Newport, ,Mar>v, Dallas, Zora' ,, , , - ? Oiohy, Jonesboro .and Lucca I 'Smith of Blrdsong were elected to "the Quadrennial Missionary convention that meats in Tuisa; Okla., next summer. " : TOO LATE r Tp CLASSIFY . FOR~RENT Al|r?ct|vc .front; BEpRQpiI-,-4witi beds, for' -2.- ge^tlem'en" or' busi- iesj. wopien. Steam heat. 801 W "'-••—';•; Call-'"' FOR TRADE WILL .TRADE $250 due Plymouth or DeSolo Ii. used car. Box 535, Stcelc, TEXA 1 mt CHIEF JOYNER& BONIFIELD TEXACO PRODUCTS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Christian Science" Is tho sub- cct of ihe Lesson-Sermon which vill be read in.all the Churclica CROQUIGNOLE OIL GUARANTEED WAVES Si Up - - None Better Finger Wave - - 25c Barret Beauty Shop last House on No. Sib, TOR SALE' Pretty, STUCCO BUNGALOW _ner:iot 75' by 150. 3 bedr. Tases light. .Must be sold - quickly - sh .payment$16. monthly, 6 per teiit POSSESSION NOW Thomas Land Co. Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor ' Hi makes of rebuilt Typewriters, MOSng Machines and Calculator*. Repairing—Pa rt»—Ribbons ; See it today at our showrooms "The Missing Link" will |,<i Icpic discussed ul Hie Mrsl Bup-i list church Sunday ntglil wlim llie church observes Student Night Ten college students will . take part m a discussion of problems of mortcrn youth and of practical methods ot dealing with these problems from (lie Christian view. point. Such questions ns Sabbath Ob' „ Chm ' c " ' Ufes Substance and Re' ' llgion on the presented Campus will 'students. be by. stude,nts. will rendered OKCEOL.A. Ark.—New ofllcersoi the osceola Masonic lodje and of the Osccola chapter, Ordenot'-tho Eastern Star, were Installed Friday, night in a ceremony attended .•j a number, of grand lodge-and grand chapter officers. Dr. L. E. Tuckef u Monetle, an . , - ,-•«.•. officer ol the General Grand ' p al ' c co| dially Invited. Chapter of the World, Order of 1 ——— the Eastern Star, 'Installed the The highest tnhabilcd plaw in Eastern Star officers. Other'grand the world Is-the Buddhist mpiias- qfticers present were- Mrs.--0ora tery of Ilatne,-in-TriIbet, It Is 11,- Hamllton,.Jonestioro, grand chap-fOOO feet, above sea level. "• •' , All students In ichools, teachers and school administrators not having a regular place of Ivor- Mil.' A.. H. ritOVl.NX'ti My stomach had canted me suffering tor 15 years, 'could hardly get my breath at times l bloated so. heart-burned and was terribly nervous. My kidneys got me up nights, rest was broken and was worn-out continually. 1 Then neur-i itls pains which came in my neck, arms and shoulders oflen got the best of me. But in spite of all oilier medicines tailing — Oly-Cas easily got to the touice of health troubles." "Oly-Cas was the veiy medicine 1 had needed all this time," explained. "I am pgiiin able to work regularly and It'Is » pleasure I feel so good. Oly-Cas Is' a medicine easily worthy of all Its praise and move too." Oly-Cas Is sold by Klrby Bros Drug. Co., this city, mid by al leading • druggists-' in—surrounding towns, -Adv NEW FORD FOR 1935 Al; irgcr, w ider. rooiiiicL- New Ford V-B, with dis- linctive body lines and a nevv kind of motor car 111 sea comfort - - - parlicula sinoollniess, speed and power. Newly designed, self-centering brakes and new easy-pressure elnlch. Safety Glass-throughout iii all body types, at no additional eosl. TIic prk-t list uf the New Forrl Mndcls, .is compared with present liEltngs follow: New Old 1'ricc Prkc Fire-Window Cuupc .... S195 S505 Tudor Sedan ?510 -$520 Kordor Sedin ?575 ?5?J Deluxe 5-1Vindow Coupe 5560 $515 Deluxe'Tu'dor. Sedan .. 5575 fJ60 Deluxe Fordor Std»n .. 5635 ?61n I'ordor Tourinr ijedan .. S6J5 Cabriolet 5«2."> 5->90 TuJcr Touring Sedan .. ?53J Deluxe 3-Wlndow Cou|io 5570 ?5I5 Ur!u\c Phaeton ........ J580 5325 Sedan Delivery S580 $363 Slillqn Wagon ........ S670 5650 PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY \

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