The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1931 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 20, 1931
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PACE TWO .)' COURIER NEW& Exhibit Reveals Progress of Art In Count Schools Society Calendar Tuesday The Maple Grove Cemetery association will meet at the home ol Mrs. George Sallba. The Parent-Teacher association ol the Lange school is meeting, Mrs. J. Nick Thomas is having the Tuesday Contract' club. Mrs. Harvey Morris is entertaining the Entre Nous Bridge club. The Girls Circle of the First Presbyterian church is meeting at the home ol Mrs. Marsh M. Culla- way for a supper and program. Mrs. Chester Caldwell is entertaining the Euzeliah Sunday school class of tlie First Baptist church, Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris arc having a party for the Beta Chi "Sunday school class of.the First Presbyter- Ian church. The P.' E. ;O. is entertaining with a benefit tea'-at-the home of Mrs. J- A. Leech. Wednesday Mrs. James H. Dell will have the Wednesday Bridge Club. . Mrs. E, B. Dickey, Jr., Is hostess to tiia New Wednesday Contract club. Mrs. Fletcher King Is entertaining in special compliment to Mrs. Cecil Priest, a bride. Thursday The Young Matrons.Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs, W. P.-Vcazcy. Jr. Mrs. Harry W. Halncs Is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. W. M. McKenzic Is' having the Thursday Luncheon club. ;, Friday The Music department of Hie Woman's club Is meeting at the club hoiisc nt 2:30 o'clock. Visitor Complimented Mrs.-E-, K.. Latimcr of Augustus, Gu., who Is Ilic houseeuest. or lici son, (lie Rev. E. K. Lalimer, am Mrn. Latimer, was the guest of honor at a luncheon given Saturday by the Woman's nvstionary society of the First Christian church at the. home of Mrs. L. L, Ward. Quantities of April flowers formed bouquets, arranged In low bowls for the centerpieces of the smal luncheon tables arranged in the hostess' attractive living rooms. A three course menu was served at one o'clock, , -••There were 25 guests. • • • Have . Breakfast Miss Mayci& Southall, of Nasli- v!!le, lV Tcnn., who was the houEa- guest of Miss-Lula Scott for several days while attending special meetings in Mississippi county, was complimented with' a breakfast at the Hotel Noble : Saturday when Miss Monta Hughes and Miss Hosa M. Hardy were hostesses. Tlic orchid shades ECCII In the lovely iris, lilacs and wisteria, formed an attractive co'or scheme Those who were present for ths breakfast, .served in three courses iverc: Meslamcs Crawford Greene and H. A. Smith, Misses Willio A Law-son, Mary Emma Hood, Winnie Virgil Turner and Lula Scott. Miss Southall left Saturday afternoon for Peabody college where she is instructor of elementary education. * • • • I'. E .O. Will Hive A Tra Tuesday Afternoon One of the most delightful affairs planned for the spring season is the silver tea to tc given by tlie P. E. O. chapter Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech. Worthwhile BlytlKVtllc girls, financially handcapped in obtaining an education will benefit froai the tea as His for,the localjcducationai fund. An added attraction will be the presence of members of tlie Car- utliersvlllc and Kennclt, Mo., chapters. The hours arc from three until six o'clock. * • • Breakfast Dance Gvrn The Kappa Alpha Phi sponsored a breakfast dance at the city auditorium with the affair beginning at one minute past 12 o'clock and continuing until four this morning . The 150 guests were'from Blytheville, Memphis, Hemando, Tunica Jonesboro, Paragould. " "Walnut Ridge, Hoxie, Portagcriltc, Carulh- ersville, Dexter, Malden( New Mad rid, OsesDla, Luxora and Wilsdh. 6latz Randall and his 12 piece orchestra furnished the music. Among tha several brcakfa..* parties following the dance was one given by Miss Sunshitt Adams and J. W .Adams at their homo whci they entertained Misses Mary Abbey, of Tunica,"Miss., Miss Frances Holmes of Hemando, Miss.. Peto Scott and Miss Elsie Musgravcs of Carulliersirille, Misses Carolyn Hal and Elizabeth Martin, Lindc Glbbs, Max Logan and Logan Wooley. * * * Prierf-Grccr. The marriage of Miss Erbie Gree: and Mr. Cecil Priest occurred Sat urday afternoon at the home of thi bride's mother, Mrs. Mac Grcer The Rev. Marsh M. Catlaway. pas tor of the First Presbyterian church performed the ring ceremony at o'clock. Only members of the triio family were present. The bride wore a sport suit o poudrc blue crepe Elizabeth wit accessories in beige. Having already furnished thcl home at 1301 Sycamore, they ar now at home there. Both attended the city hig school and the bridegroom is con SOW MATRON AND MAID Will TINO TlMT THE- LOWEST TA9K BECOMf 9AGIAMOROU? ADVENTURE IN HOU?t PAJAMASUKETUfSE-. GINGHAM IIJRLD AIID WHITS MAKt CONTOURS Of A OIIE-I'IECE- PAJAUA MADE OF GASkET WEAVf COTTON IN •,.. GREEN. ' AMD V/.5KV BECOMING P/\ JAMAS 1 SHOWII TTHEIEPTIS AOW&PltCt PAJAMA PRII4TEO PERCAI1: neclcd, with t thc Chicago-Mill and Lumber''corporation. • • * Scouts Entertained Troop 37 of the Boy Scouts of Smlbury school were guests of the Now Number Nine' troop Friday afternoon for a demonstration in scout work. n. p. Lashbrook, principal of tlie school there, recently organized the troop. There was a baseball game and an appetizing supper, prepared by Mr. and Mrs. lashbrook and Mr. and Krs. C. C. Langstou, before the demonstration. A playlet, "The Courtship of the King's- Daughter," demonstrations of signalling, ban- aging, knot tying and life saving, alks on llremansiilp, reptile study, ird lore, the scout oath and liw, ourtcsy to the Hag and the mean- ng of the scout badge. Some bird louse, which the boys had made, vcre shown- Herman Turner was fc.? winner In the houses submit- cd. Bits, of Newt Mostly Personal — Mrs. R. G. Lanijc returned Sat- irdny from Memphis r.?nt u week. where she Imina Hood ilemphis. Mrs. John 0. Condor and W. T. ;anccr, of Senalh, Mo, spent Sun- lay Mlth Mrs. W. T, Caneer, who s n patient at the Blythevllle hos- iltal. Misses Hosa M. Hardy and Mary " ' spent Sunday in J, Ellis McKeo and J. E. Parr, ictive vice presidents of the Bank >f Jonesboro, sud Mrs. I'arr, spent 'eslerday in the city. Mrs. Berry B. Brooks jr., return- d to lar home hi Mcmpliis yester- lay after several days stay with 'icr mother, Mrs. Allan Walton, •lio accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblin had s their guests Sunday Miss Ail- eeu Applelou, Mrs. J. S. Appl2ton, Mrs. C. W. Spear and sons, Billard and Lamar, all of Memphis. Wilson Crane has returned from a ten days visit In Potosi, Mo., with ils sister, Mr. and Mrs. n. Morris King and daughter, Mary Mazeppa, returned oday to their home in Pace, Miss after a visit with Mr. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, and family. . Ed Bidden of Jonesboro', visited lere Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood and children, of Memphis, spunt the veckcnd with Mrs. 'Wood's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitworth They arc moving this week to blued two hands to support all r.o trump declarations. Count required Size of Combined to make orlg- no trump count ne- mal no trump bid. That art has become a popular study In schools of MM.ttlppi :ounty Is evident from the contest sjionsorcd here Saturday in con- lectlon with the art program inaugurated this year by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county supervisor. There were 150 students from 40 ichools who participated In Ihe :vents. Fifty-six students made Luke, West Ridge, Farm, Etowah and scores in the picture memory cori- ttbt. Each received buttons presented by flic Blythcvlllc- Women's club for giving the name, artist, h!s school and Interesting facts concerning 33 famous paintings. The Lost Cane school and the Wtliun school tied in this contest. "The Fighting Tcmeralre" by Turner, English, given by the Mississippi county federation of Women's clubs, went to the Lost Cane school and the Wilson school received a copy of "Pilgrims Going to Church" by Boughton, English, given by the superintendents and principals groups of the county. Promised Land r c ceived honorable mention for second place. Win Attendance 1'rlzfs Two schools had 100 per cent attendance at the art exhibit. The Cigar Lake farm school rcceived "The Blue Boy" by Gainsborough, English, given by Belt's studio, and for the same honor the Dogwood school rcceived "Tlie Shepherd Boy" by Lenbach, German, glv e i 'y the same studio. fn the kodak booklet contest (lie Armorcl school won first prize "Spring Dance" by Von Stuck, German, given by the Osccola Progressive club, and the Osceola grade school rcceived honorable submitted kodak booklets: Luxora, Dell, Osceola, Promise Land, Hatcher, Half Moon. Armorcl, Wil- Eon, Burdettc, Hlghlower Red Line, Yarbro, Dogwood, Ekron, New Harmony, Brown, Black Water, Brush Arbor, Flat Clear Lake Shady Lane. The contestants were served lunch, prepared by Blythevllle women with Mrs. Floyd A. White as chairman. They attended a show at the Hits theatre as guests of the Blytheville Rotary club, Osccola Civic club and .\!r. and Mrs. o. W. McCutchcn. The rt-sults of the contest were announced today. Pupils making jK-'rfect scores In the picture memory contest and their schools are as follows: Bendona Hucy, Lone Oak; Dorothy Emery, Lone Oak: IJcloiis Johnson, West Ridge; Ecile Miller, West Ridge; Ruih Shaw, Wilson; Thelma Orr, Wilson: Mary H. Suit, Wilson; Ruth Williams, Wilson; Ruby Grain, Wilson; Helen Ayrcs, Yarbro; Bonnie Wlieeler, Yarbro; KaUierinc Tipton, Manila; Almeda Berry, Manila; FniiRIin Threlkeld, Manila: Minnie V. Kts- Bcll, Huffman; Elise liunis, Flut Lake; IJuth Burns. Flat Lake; Hazel Hobeson, Flat Lake: Mildred Thomen, Brown; Pay Welch, Brown; Dcllla Williams, Brown; Bermuda Watklns, Brown; Icy Terrell, Frazier, Louise Talbert, Frnzier; Ko- vena Cole, Burdeltc; Kathleen .MONDAY, AP|j.I, 20,J_931 . contract. 1 2 3 support partner's no trump. 22 24 30 V 36 38 SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN art booklets, sub- — — ----- — W i ler ° Mr; Wood has Losl ' Cflnc ana mention. Composition , mitted by primary grades, won "The. Storage Room" by Hooch, Dutch, given by the Delphian club, the Promlso Land school. The been transferred. Mrs. w. O. Maxwell, who has returned from Memphis where she consulted her physician, is confined to her bed for a few days. Elbert Huffman has returned to Memphis where he ls a student' at (Southwestern University after spending the weekend with' his parents, Mr. and'lirs. E. M. Huffman. Mr. and Mrs- A. M: Butt returned yesterday from St. Louts where Mr. Butt has been in a hospital for a mouth. He Is able to be out. Mrs. j. w. Temple, of Lyles, Taun, Is the guest of her daughter, Mis. E. M. Huffman, and Mr. Huffman, for !wo months.' Among those from this city who attended church services In Osceola last evening when, the Hev. E_ K. Latimer.preached Xt the First, Chrjstiaii: 'church,' .Vert':i Mr;': |ufd M. T. Moon, L L. Ward, J. Shousc, Mrs. E. D. Latimer of Augustus, Ga. t Misses Moon, Hildi ,ucy-Lowrry. The marriage of Miss Edith \a\\-- ry and Mr. Roy Lucy, bo;h of Hayi, Mo., took place here Saturday vlth the Rev. A. J. Hill perform- ng the ceremony. Hover-Bray. Miss Vera Bray and Mr. Callce Glover, both of Dell, were married u this city Saturday by tlie Hev A. J. Hill. 225 Mississippi County Teachers Attend Meeting The 225 teachers of Mlsslssipp comity schools who attended th -...,™...,, „„, nll ., x:5 Moon tima meeting here Saturday i Holland and Gladys Barlniu Mrs '"""•" " n "" - "' " F- S. Winford, Mr" and airs EM Terry and Mr. and Mrs. George u'ross. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughters, Misfos Evelyn and Elizabeth Blythe, Mrs. J. E. Whitworth-and daughter, Miss Ruth, and Mrs Earl Buckley, motored to Cnruth- ersvllle Sunday. Mrs. Wilbur Stewart and daughter and Mrs. Stewart's sister, Miss Dorothy Dorris, of Tulsa, Okla 'arc visiting relatives of Mr. Stewart at Hlpley, Tenn., for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Priest, hav- rcturucd from Calhoun. Ky., where they have been visiting since their marriage. Before her marriage Mrs Priest was Miss Kathcrine Buckley. Miss Carolyn Hall returned yesterday from Ileniando, Miss., where she spent (he week-end with rela- Ives. She was accompanied hoim by Misses Mary Abbey of Tunica . C. Hastings of Crossclt, ] Ark., president of the Arkansas Education association, mid Miss Maytie Southall, professor of elementary education at -Peabody college, Nashville, Tenn, for the principal speakers of the all day session. Following the morning session when these two educators fpokc and Mss Willie A. Lawsoti, county superintendent, explained the new state school code, there were group meetings in th afternoon. Miss Soulhall also addrc.sscd the principals and high school teachers In one of tile smaller meetings. For entertainment Miss Jane Kochtitzky read, Miss Margaret Shaver played the piano, Roycc Ingram, of Clear Lake, yodeled two selections and the quartet of the I Armorcl negro school sang selections. Burns-Branllcy. Miss Mary Ruth Bra m Icy and Mr. Albert L. Burns, both of (his city, obtained Saturday. a marriage license The marriage of Miss Ruth Lloyd and Mr. Walter Hedge, both of Manila, took place there Saturday with Justice John U. Nccdliam performing tlic ceremony. Little Wilson News Mrs. Wade Simpson was a visitor at Hightowrr, Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Humble guest oT fcr sister, Bradford. Sunday. the Mis. Perry A large crowd attended church services Sunday night nt the home of Mr. Henry Lavendar. Services will be hc!d at tlic home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford, on Wednesday April 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavendar were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Caldwell, Sunday. Mr. Harmon Lowery of liurdcttc was a Luxora visitor. Sunday. Mrs. Steve Hichlower vlMlcd Mrs Fielder Perry, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Raymond Cxciwcli ol here was called lo Slce'.c Thursday OH account of the illness of friends. Mr. Harvc Adams was m Del! Saturday. Mr. Ernest McKnlsht was a Dell vsitor, Saturday. Wilson Class Stages Fashion Shop Play WILSON, Ark.—Tlic Related Art class, with Ihe assistance of the other home economics claws ol Wilso nhlgh school, presented a play, -".Madame f'icolelte's Personality Shop," in chapel Wednesday April 15. Gladys Barton, as Madame Pico- letle, and Pay Douglas as Nanette, her assistant, played the roles of fashionable dress shop managers. They explained dress aixl clothing problems of buying, suitability to occasion, color, line and proportion. At the suggestion of friends, Roma, played by liuby Grant, and, played by Martha Shelby, visited tlie Personality Shop incorrectly attired. After many suggestions and trials Madame PicolcUc succcdcd in'dressing them appropriately. Various types of customers appeared.. Models displayed school dresses, pajamas and silk dresses. The school dresses worn by the girls had been made In the home economics classes. • ando," Courier Want Ads Pay. George Lange jr. Wins Honors in Vocal Contest ; George Lange Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ijnge. who attends Champaign, III., high school, won first honors in the baritone contest of the Central Illinois high school last week-end." Winning In this group. \Uiicl embraces the 12 largest high schooL in central Illinois, makes him eligible for the state contest. According lo a scientist, the av- craga amount of absolute rest dur- , Ing a night's sleep Is only rlcmi [and R half minutes, -there fcein? i muscular or mental acticn durinj •I the remainder of the time. 3 "°'" 1 "' of Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks ami son Stephen Jr., are in Ripley, Tenn lor several daya visit. Miss Helen Gaylc Ingersoll is re turning (o her home in Memphl' tomorrow after n visit with he aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. c Miss Adah Dunavanl untlerwcn :i operation for appendicitis 3 tl;e Memphis Methodist hospitn today. Misses Hazel Hardin am Clara Ruble, C. A. CuiinlngVm George Henry and Virgil Grccn went to Memphis yesterday when i «'ns found that a blood transfnsioi was needed Init none of Dili blood WBS of l«r type. Mrs. MD- vln Robinson, Miss Clara Ru'foi and Miss Hazel Hardin will g down tomorrow. J. D. Lunsford and M,, rr , Moore, of Tupelo, Miss, spent ye; Backache bother you? If miserable with backache, bladder Irritations and gctlir.? up at night, don'r. take chanctsl Kelp your kidneys at the first signofdisorder.UscDoflii'jPills. Successful for more than 50 years Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users Get Doon's today. Sold by deal, ers everywhere, DOANS PlLl grade chools received second and third Inces respectively. In the Intermediate grade rhools, Osceola. won first place for Behind the Plow" by Kemp- Velch. English, given by the Del- ililnn club. The Lost Cane and Yarbro s«hools won second and hird plac e s respectively. I'rizrs for Kodak Booklets Copies of "The Age of Inno- •ence" by Reynolds, English, were jlvcn by Miss Winnie Virgil Tur- icr. to the following schools which Sharp, Etowah; Gladys Dunkin, Etowah; Jessie Davis, Etowah; Pauline Williams, Eton ah; Jonnle Brewer, Red Line; Louise Sisco, Red Line; Pauline Bearden, New Liberty; Ruby Price, New Liberty; Edna--Garret t, Lost Cane; Opal Morris, Lost Cane; Estcile Stutts, Lost Cane; Raymond Collins, Lost Cane; Clifford Evans, Lost Cane; Agues White, StUhnan; Mary Doris Spears, Stlllmai!; .Maudine Knox, Siillman Pauline Male-tic, Lange; Sarah Pauline Evrard, Lange; Charles Green, Jr., Osccola; Willie Ralph Ferguson, Osccola; Marion V. Cromer, Osccola; Helen Ralph Clear Lake Ruin: Johnson Ellis. Clear Lake Farm; Sarah Jane Brisendine, Promised Land; Faruiy- lyn Brisendine, Promised Land; H, L. Halsell,. Jr.. Promised Land; Edna George, Lu.xora; J:im e s Wortham, Armurcl; Anne Ridenour, Armorcl; Doris Anderson. Armorel; Estelle Morgan, Hatcher. BRIDGE; Secretary American Birdjc League When using the quantitivc shoiv- ug of tricks, tiie objects of overcalling partner's original no trump bid with a suit bid are: 1— To advise partner that you will probably lose less at the suit you name than he will at no trump. 'i— To give a more accurate pic- lure of your hand and therefore put your partner in a position to cliooEc between rc-bklding the no trump or trying for game in your suit. with tliree of a major: When partner bids an origina one no trump and you jump th drclaratiou to three of a major you advise partner that the com bined count of, the two hands is a least 24 and that ycu hold at leas a five-card biddable major suit. I demands partner to either bid thrc no (rum por to supimjt your majo suit to four. bid Overcaliing with two of n suit id: With some authorities Ihe overcalling of a no trump with a suit bid shows partner that you have ii biddable suit with at, least one and one-half tricks, but under the system we are now describing, (o overcall partner's one no trump with two of a suit shows that thcie Isn combined count in the two hands of less than 22; that y OU i 10 i rt n weak suit of six cards or more (and If your partner returns to no trump you should re-bid this type of hand to three iinles.<! you have some side strength for the no trump); that you have a live-card suit headed by king jack and not enough high card strength to jump partner to two no trump; or that you hold a five-card suit headed by king only or queen jack and with some side strength, but not enough (o warrant the two no trump jump bid In other words, ovcrcalliiig partner's uncontestecl one no iriim'ii with a suit bid of only two warns partner that you have a weak ham 1 and are endeavoring to minimize the losses. " Overcaliing partner's no trump tcrday here. They were accompanied homo by Mrs. Lunsford and Mrs. Moore v.ho have been visiting here a week. Overcaliing partner's one !rump with three of a minor: Tins Is also a demand bid o partner and is on practically th same basis as tlie overcall wit three of a major over partner's on notrump, excepting that it doc show at least a very strong five card minor or a good six-card m nor, and of course it shows tha there Is a combined count in th two hands of at least 24. Players must realize that it generally easier to make nine trick at no trump than. II tricks in minor suit, but occasionally a stroi minor will go game while the n trump contract 'would be defeafe This, of course, is apt to liappc when the assisting hand cental a singleton or a void bid. IT you have bid three of a miuo over partner's one no trump, you partner must cither go to three i trump or support your minor su bid. If he goes lo four of your in nor, you should be prepared to g to five. * * * No trump slam bidding: Slam bidding at no trump wl Prove rather difficult for the bcgh Her at contract, and before .Mudj ing slain indicating bids, p'.ayei should thoroughly familiarize then: selves with the supports of one, tw and three no trump. The follwin table is given so that our reader may know [he count required t make cadi original bid and tl total count required of the co S.S.S gave NEW STRENGTH skin cleared up beautifully BY SISTKEt MARY NBA Service Writer , Croutons make a delicious accompaniment for cream soups • of all varieties, but especially the spring vegetable cream soups. The crunchy richness of carefully made outons adds the finishing touch a delicate puree or cream soup. Croutohs may be properly served two ways: CD They are passed each person immediately after s soup is placed before him aisd i helps hiinself. The disli that ilds the croutons may be nn or- nary vegetable disli •with a table- poon in it. (2) If the soup is scrv- d by the host at the table, Eng- sh style, he drops one "or two xwnfuls of croutons into each ach serving of soup. Croutons, unlike crackers, are ipposcd to go right into the soup nd form a part of it. They are »ten with the soup from the soup late and never with the fingers. Some cooks dip croutons in melt- d butter and brown them in a loderate oven, while others prefer 0 fry them In deep fat. Croutons or children are best made by thor- ughly drying half-inch cubes of :ale bread and then browning icm in the oven, Stale Bread for Croutons The bread chosen for croutons more important than the aver ge housewife realizes. It should be tale, but not too dry and crtimb- ng. A fine and close-grained tex- ure is essential. Cut it in slices bout one-half inch thick, remove rusts and cut each slice into cubes •1th a very sharp knife to insure geometrical neatness and accu- acy. They are then dried unli risp clear through. Alter this the> an be toasted or fried in deep hot tit. Another little accessory that i: excellent with a cream soup is ; iny dumpling fried in deep fa and served just as croutons are served. * • * Dumplings One-half ioaf stale brcad, v 2 cup milk, 4 tablespoons'butter, 4 table spoons sugar, 3-4 cup flour, 1 te'a spoon baking powder, 1 whole'cgt 1 egg yolk, 1 teaspoon grated 1cm on rind, '.i teasiwcn salt. Cut crusts from bread and brca into coarse crumbs. Add milk whic lias been scalded and let stand un til milk is absorbed. Add sugar an butter and beat until smooth. Mi and sift flour, baking powder an salt and stir into crumb mixtiir with grated lemon rind. Form hit small balls about the size of mar bles, roll in. fine cracker crumb dip in white of egg beaten slightly with 2 teaspoon milk, roll again in crumbs and fry in deep fat until a golden brown. Drain on brown crumpled paper and serve. Mclba chips are made from stale French rolls. The rolls are cut, crosswise in very thin slices, about the thickness of a silver dollar. Spread on a shallow pan and put in a slow oven until they arc crisp and brown throughout. Successful test flights have been made by the navy with a collapsible seaplane that can be taken apart and folded into a tube in three minutes for carrying on a submarine. New Face Powder Doesn't Dry Skin Just try this new wonderful face powder. MELLO-GIXD. Spreads smoothly and prevents large poics. Blends naturally with any complexion—stays on longer. MELLO- GLO is purest and finest faco powder made—its coloring nutter approved by United States government. Fresh, youthful—never dries skin or makes it look flaky. Get MELLO-GLO. —Adv. 18 Mis. M.,rjr r. IMrkcr, luhimi, ft. c., WHIM: "HcriDSi ot » rundown condition mr nprctlte w» s poor. I ttlt tired in me morntnts and ins troubled with pimples and btackhttds. Red tump] came on my race once or twice montblf. Alter taUnj S.S.S. the pimples and bbrfchMds disappeared and mj skin became clear. I do not Jcrt tired anon rising in the mornln|i." You, too, will want lo take S.S.S. Select the Urjer size as u holds double the qmntitj and tCTicseats a price saTlnr. OS.5.S. Co. Every Sprins take S.S.S. To n ic DKS. NJES & NIES OSTKOI'ATHIC PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES). Varicoscd Veins also Skin Cancers and Malignant Mo!cs removed without surgery Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 514 Main rhonc M KC BAKING POWDER Guaranteed pure ind efficient, ^t^mf iM!-^: i USE lest thin of high priced brands. MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BVOUR GOVERNMENT Our Hat Rebuilding Machine Is Pleasin a Large Number of Others Send along an old Hat and we are sure'you will be pleased too. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money BARNES' CLEANE! Phones 730'-180

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free