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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 21, 1931
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PACK TWO BLVrmffYILLE. <ABK.r COURIER NEWS* TUESDAY, APRIL 21, Society Calendar •• ' Wednesday MR. James H. Bel! will have the Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. E. B. Dickey, Jr., is hostess lo tha New Wednesday Contract club: Mrs. Fletcher King is entertaining in special compliment, lo Mrs. Cecil'Priest, a bride. Tlie Lange Farcnt-Teactor association will meet at the school al 3 o'clock. Thursday The Young Matrons Bridge club is meeting ullh Mrs. W. P. Veazcy, Jr. •/ Mrs. Harry W. Haincs Is hostess to the Mld-Wcek Bridge club. Mrs. W. M. McKenzio Is having the Thursday Luncheon club. Tlie B'nai B'rlt.h will meet at the Temple Israel at 8:30 o'clock. : Friday The Music dcjxminent of UK Woman's club is meeting al the clubulxnise at 2:30 o'clock. Tlie Has Nak Iia~ Hock club will meet.with Mrs. Bob Copeland. Auxiliary Meets Reports of tho 1'Slh silver anniversary meeting of Arkansas Pres- byterlal at Jonesboro last week and a program on Christian Education led by Mrs. Mash M. Callaway featured the meeting of Ihe Woman'; auxiliary hi the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon al the church. Mrs, Roy Walton discussed the early' r work of the church group and Uhc many changes made in Presrjyterial aclivltles since she fust/attended such a meeting of women. Tlie second delegate, Mrs. Callaway, spoke of the spiritual sde of tlie program. A report of the pageant, told by Mrs.'Ray Worlhington, inspired Ihc local;, women lo use Iho same for the birthday meeting of the local group in May. Tlie program will be given; at night so that all church members may attend. The offering Will be sent to the school in Africa. Mrs. c .R. Bnbcock and Mrs.f Leslie Hooper will be In charge of tha production. For. tlie program Mrs. Tom Sccoy offertsd prayer and Mrs. H. C Holder read the scripture. Mrs. J. H. Morrison talked on "Our Christian';. Schools and Colleges" and a s'.ory'of life worker was related b> Mrs,;,C. Sr. Gray. Members of Mrs. C. R. Babcoclc's circle served refreshments of tea and "cakes to the 30 present. • * • Delcptes Elected To SUie Convention Miss Minnie Matthews, preside-ill of the local Business Women's club Mrs: H. L. Reynolds, state chair mail'of the international retailor committee, Miss Althca Edwards local secretary, and-Mss Cora Lee Coleman, local chairman of inter national relations committee, were ceded delegates to the state con. venion in a meclng of the club las evening at the Goff Hotel. Ttie convention will be luld a 1 E! Dorado Friday and Saturday. Miss Matthews, recently elected president to succeed Mrs. Roy nolds, presided in the business scs shra.. Have Social .Meeting Mrs. Cecil Parks was hostess i the.woman's missionary society o the Second Baptist church ycster day-afternoon for. a social meeting Mrs. J. W. Richards conducte the devotional' with' Mcsdames I H. Shirley, J. D. Booker and C. C Slankard offering prayers and Mr W. M. McFarland read from 111 12th '• chapter of Romans for ih scripture lesson. Jello, sandwiches, a lemon ice and cake was served Ihe 15 present by the hostess and her mother, Mrs J. H: Duncan. Bombalaski-Alkins The marriage of Miss Louise Atkins, of this city, and Kir. Michael Bombalaski, of Memphis, was solemnized Sunday at tile First Baptist church of Luxora. Tlie announcement was. made today by the parents.of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Atkins- For the ceremony the church was decorated with spring flowers about the altar. Tlie bride was atlractive in a dress fashioned In Redlnsote style, of poudre flat crepe, with a match- ins blue hat and other accessories in beige. Her maid of honor h^r sister Miss Wilda Atkins, wore a frock of the same shade made with circular effect in the long skirt. Mrs. Eli Lockard, of Caruthcrs- ville; Mo., matron of honor, was Methodist church aught by tho ev. Ira llrumley, of North Lltllit ,ock, Mrs. Preston Hatcher of onesboro and Ihe Rev. P. Q. Hole. "The Meaning ot Methodism," Organization and Program of Ihc ew Young People's Division" and Junior Materials and Methods" re being taught with two classes sen light until Friday. Devotional nd recreation periods are incliid- d In Ihe school beginning at 7 . in. and continuing until 0:30 clock. Among those present from out of hf city last night were: the Kcv. nd Mrs. Warren Johnston of Wilon, Ihc Rev. and Mrs. Eli Meyers f Osceola, the Rev. and Mrs, C. O. Hall of Luxora and the Rev. and Mrs. C. H, Bumpers of Manila. Vlns Place Jn ilslrlcl Meet Miss Olg:i Koury, 13 year old aughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. N. Hours' f Braggadocio, Mo., and formerly f this cty, won second place In lie piano contest of the district icet held last week for schools of outhcast Missouri. She is a pull of Mrs. John R. Priest of tills Ity. • * • coup Leaders Appointed Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. J. S. Winon! unri Mrs. W. T. Barnclt will e leaders of the three, groups in lie Woman's council of the First Christian church. They were an- ounced yesterday afternoon in a iceling al the home of Mrs. J. D. milh. The nlna members and one vis- :or present enjoyed two conlcsts in he social hour In which rcfresh- nents were served. ' Circles JI«t. Circles, of Ihe Woman's Mlsslon- ry society of tire First Methodlsl hnrch met yesterday aflcrnoDn. In the first group Mrs. O, C. }anske was hostess lo tlie six pres- :nt. Mrs, Alice Lee read from Mark or the devotional and Mrs. Gait kc led In the study on "Jesus Among Men." It was voted to help sponsor the golden cross drive by •ach member contributing; one dol- ar. Refreshments were served. Circle a met with Mrs. E. D. Ferguson with 15 present. For the devotional Mrs. A. c. Haley ctmi- rcading am! taken frtm Mark. Instead of serving refreshments the hostess gave a donation lo the treasury. Mrs. Herman Cross was hostess to Ihc nine members who attendee circle 3. .Mrs. W.'A. Stlckmon rea< from the flfth chapter of Mnttlien nnd Mrs. A. M. B. Branson oiro-c.1 prayer. Mrs. J. D. Barksrtalc discussed the movement for the golden cross fund and each member voted to conllrbulc cue dollar. I was also planned to attend the district meeting here April 28. Circle 4 had a luncheon at the church. • I • Younjf MiLrMIS Circle In Charge of Vrojram. Mrs. Robert' Grimes wns learfc- of the program in the Woman'j Missionary soclely of Hie First Bap- list church Monday afternoon nt the church. For the subject, "Tl-.c in Turn Many to Righteousness," these numbers were rendered: devotional from the 10th chapter of Exodus- prayer. Mrs. E. E. Alexander: talk-' "Stewardship of (he Gospel," M [S Marlon Williams; talk, "The W. M S. Star," Mrs. Malt Monaglun'jr • prayer, Mrs. R. 1,. Rccder; prayer Mrs. Marlon Williams. In the business meeting, presid- Why Argue? bined the scripture regular Bible study Southerners may declare that May Queen Miss Mary p. Ounter, nbovel of Dodd College In Shreveport, La., Is moro beautiful lhan Miss Helen Manning, below, bcauly queen at the University of Iowa, picked by Florenz Zicgfietd. But let's not argue—there's glory snough for bolh. ed over by Mrs. E. F,. Alexander, il vas voted to cooperate with ocal Red Cross In helping the employed of the city and to „.„ mote ix circulating -library ot mis- Ion books. dressed in a pink med .in lace. georgette trim- the pro- The bridegroom had for his best man, Mr. Eli Lockard, of Caruthersville. The Rev. P, c. Kinsolvlng per formed tho ring .service at fivi o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. • BombalasW an now In Memphis where the bride groom Is connected wilh Ihe Stan dard Oil company. Both lived n this city for a number of years. * « • Ninttjr Attend Opening Cliss of Training School There were 90 present last n'.jVit at the first meeting of the seventh annual training school conducted here by the East Jonesboro district * of the Methodist church this week. Rcprcsentalive from Osceola, Luxora, Wilson, Kclstr, Yarbro, Dell, .Manila, Promise Land, Lcach- vlllc ' and the . two local churche; ..Attendedf'tte' casses at 'the First Osceola Society—Personal The Womans Missionary society of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon in ihc church parlors with 20 members present or.the monthly social service pro- jram lesson on the subject of tl- iteracy in the South. Mrs. C. N. Pace was leader and parts on the program were taken by Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Claude Thornason. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church met yesterday aftlcrnoon at the home of Mrs. George Edrington south of Osceola. A lesson on Christian education was led by Mrs. Ed ring I on with Mrs. H. J. Hale and Mrs. R. H. Cromcr on the program, Following the lession delicious re- club to which she belongs cnlcrlain- ing also an extra' table of guests which. Included Mcsdames C. B. Driver, W. J. Driver Jr., W. R..Dyess and D. S. Lancy. High score club prize was awarded Mrs. Charles Coleman, Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., won high score guest prize and Mrs. David Travis cut consolation favor. A delicious salad course was served following the game. • * » The regular monthly meeting ol tlie grade school Parent-Teacher association will be held Wednesday aflerr.oon in Ihe school building wilh Mifs Willie Lawson ot Bly- Iheville. comity superintendent of schools, on the program. • • • Numbers of reservations have been made by parlies of friends desiring one or more tables at the D. A. R. benefit bridge luncheon to be given-tomorrow at Windovsr Terrace, the country home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs fouth ot Osccola. and in addition a large number of individual guests who will not. make reservations in advance arc expected to attend. An admission oE 75 cents per pcrslon is being charged and the luncheon will be served al 1 o'clock followed by an afternoon at bridge. Tlie proceeds will be applied to the fund being raised by Ihe William Strong chapter for n marker to be placed near Marion, Ark. at the intersection of Highways Gl and 1C to commemorate establishment of tlie old military road through' Arkansas. • • * Mrs. ITugh IHighey and small daughter, Sue Clay, spent the weekend in Osceoln with Mrs. tlugliey's larenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. J H Lovewell. Miss.Mary Ellis Miller of Memphis spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Miller, In Osceola. Mis W. C. Lcggolt and daughter, Miss Marie, huve returned Irom several days visit in Oxford, Miss. The Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church, who underwent an operation lor appendicitis six weeks, ago, Is now able lo IK out. Mrs. O. P. Moss is spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Russell Phillips and daughter, Betty, are In Memphis for two days. W. I) Tanner Is attending to business In'Helena aiid Augusta, Ark., -for several days. Mit:s Marie Harnlsh returned yesterday fiom Ihe MemplUs Baptist hospital where she received treatment lor a week. She will go hiic-k Inter. Miss Pauline Lang went to St Louis last night where she will si>end two days buying for t(u 1-ashloii shop. J. F. Tompkins will go to Little Rock tomorrow for a brief business trip. The Rev. E. K. Latlmer left yes- lerday for polnls of Georgia ant Norlh Carolina where he will spend a month's vacation. He was ac compnnicd by his parents, Mr. and Mrs E. D. Latlmer .who returnee lo their homo in Augustus, Qa alter several weeks visit here. Mrs Latlmer and children also went tc Hulevllle, Miss., for a month's sta with Mrs. Lalimer's parents. Th pastor is taking a vacation now be cause ot his recent nervous break down. Mrs. Perry Hamilton, of Freder icklown, Mo., *pcnt Monday am Tuesday with Miss Clara Peery. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hein an son, P.iul, who formerly lived here are spending a few days In the clt enroute from Louisiana to Kansa: _Mr, and Mrs. U. p. Mo'rlsett am Jack Craig, ,p£ ponna, Texas, ar visiting • relatives here. Sam jiill has .returned from month's stay in Ottawa, 111., wher he visited his sister. Julian- James, who is spcndin several weeks here, has returne from a week-end'in Memphis. 'Mrs. "W: S." Coppedgc, of Oscc ola, shopped-here'yesterday. BV WM. E, McKDNNEY ccreUry American Urldet League In our preceding articles we have xplalncd the pitch count for valu- ig no trump .hands. When this system is employed, it ill be found mat three polms will verage to take a trick. Of course ou will nou tnat a combined ount of 24 generally produces ante and while we say that three Tomts will average to take a trick, leu a count of 24 should produce nly eight tricks, but our teaueis lust remember that they arc en- Ued always lo count one trick lor lie play of the hand, up to and icludlng a game going dtclara- ion, In other words, if there arc vc probaole tricks in your hand nd tfiree in partner's — that is ight probable tricks which will, in lie larger percentage ot cases, pro- ,uo; i/.ne tricks. • It has often been slated that a lummy without a trick is 1 at least wo tricks worse oft than a dummy vlh ai possible In-card. • The in- ard will take a trick and will then ilow the dcearer lo lake a finesse vliich may avsisl him to establish lis suit before the opposition gets nclrs established. Tlie count system of valuing no rumps is perhaps the most popular ystem in the country today. While t is used enlrely for valung hands or no trump bidding in me quan- .italive • showing ot tricksfl our •eatlers must not attempt to use the coun system In valuing hands fot suit bias which naturally are'play ed under totally different conditions. Suit Bids When the quantitative showing of Iricks system is being used, original sun bids should convey the following information lo 'follower I— Tnut your 'hand contains a certain number of probable trick: if the hand is played a I tlie -juii declaration you name. 2 — That your hand contains i certain number of high cards or quick tricks. The most Important of the two requirements lor original sull bids are the quick tricks. This Information Is absolutely necessary lo your partner in case he wishes to bid another suit and can therefore ount on these high cards lo as- 1st his hand, or in case partner ,'lihes to make a business double. He ^-ill then know that your hand an be counted on (o take a certain lumber of tricks against the opponents. Another important reason is that supposing the opponents play th« land and your partner Is called upon to make the opening lead. If hey -are playing the hand at no trump, he can feel reasonably sure hat there is a possibility of quickly establishing tlie suit that you orig- nally. bid, or he can make an ad- vanageous lead againat a suit declaration. Card valuation Is always a matter of common rensc and naturally the value ol your hand will increase or decrease dciicnding upon tlie bids of your oi)|wi:ents. When you open with u suit declaration of one, you contract to take seven tricks, but il is not, ex- peced. that you take all of these ricks yourself. Your hand is supposed to furnish only foui; or live of the tricks contracted for. Supposing that your hand is likely to take four ricks. This will give you four probable tricks. nine tricks left to be distributed in the other Ihree hands. With a normal disribuion, your partner will hold hree of these and if he holds three tricks and normal support in your trump, lie is entitled to give you one, raise as there is one Lucy -«nd Virginia Dunavant motored to Osceola Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. E. Weidman and children of Blytheville are spending this week In Kels«r with Mrs. C. JL. Nichols and family. Margaret Anderson is recovering from a severe case of measles. Pat Martin of Blytheville was a Keiser visitor Sunday. Silas Mead and Melba Cummlngs motored to Osceola Sunday. trick alowed hand. , for the play of the Quick tricks arc liigh cards that can be depended upon to take a trick the first or second round. Probable tricks are long cards that can be counted on to take tricks. Clubs Have Important Responsibility in Public Affairs Says Leader. Club women of Mlsisstppl conn- 'y have an important port to play in affairs of the dlstric; and state, Mrs. W. H. McCain of Cotton Plant, president of tlie district federation of women's clubs, declared nt the annual meeting of the county federation here Friday. In answer to her impressive plea for cooperation a number of club women throughout the county are planning to attend the annual district meeting at Trumann May H when the Poinsctt county federation will be hostess. Mrs. McCajn's. work as president has been predominanl in a number of improvements In Ihe (ilslrlcl for Ihe past year. As told In her address here she cites as reasons for success among club women, the contact of interested club women, the program of the eight departments of the general federation and cooperation of the district officers. "The work of the world is done by a few, God asks that a part be done by, you," was Mrs. McCain's message in brief to the club women of the district. She urges each woman in tlie 56 clubs of the Forrest City district to fulfill her task for a common bond which makes possible greater things. Each cUib.. y ft is askfd to Join the district" and '(" slat* federation, which automatically makes It a member of"-ths general federation. :*f Tiie resolutions adopted at-4he meeting were endorsed by Mrs. McCain. They urged repeal of the 00- day divorce law, endorsed the county superintendent and supervisor in their program of art and music appreciation in tlie county's schools, expressed appreciation to tho Blytheville Woman's club for its hospitality, endorsed an appropriailon by the next legislature for the Arkansas crippled children, and urged club women lo subscribe to publications which have' news of club- dom In Arkansas. Mrs. H. H. Jones ot Osceola, Mre. 0. E. Crlgger of Armorcl and Mrs. S. M. Hodges of Osceola members of the resolutions mittee. v;cr; com- Clear Lake Southeast Missouri Group at Maiden Yesterday for ,. Conference Session. MALDEN, Mo-,. April 21. — Tlie regular meeting of Ihe Soulhcast Missouri Baptist Conference was held here yesterday .-afternoon and last night with the largest attendance reported thus far in the history oC the organization. Tlie meeting was presided over by Ihe Rev. W. K. Foster of Caruthersvillc, pastor of Ihe Caruthcrsvllc Baplist church and presidcnl of Ihe organization. The morning session was devoted to devotional servccs with a business session before luncheon which was served by the ladies of the Maiden Baptist church. The morning sermon was delivered oy the Rev. D. W. Jones, pastor of tlie Doniphan church, while the evening service was conducted by the Rev. J. L. Rcyburn of Laredc, Mo. in the absence of Ihc Rev. Owens of Cape Girardean who was unable to atlend. . The next regular meeting of the orcanlznilon will be held at Car- Mr. and Mrs. Merel Whitehead have moved to this community. The Clear Lake Farm school gave an Interesting program Friday night. Airs. John Stallings and daughter, Pauline, visited Mrs. J. A. Haynes Friday. O. O. Craig of Florida has been visiting his sister, Mrs. W. F. Lunsford. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson and family visited relalives at Par'a- gould last week. Misses Louise and Annie Lou Langley and Donnic Powers were •isilors in.the Richardson home •'riday night. Brucie Lunsford spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Wliitl- icad. /Those who received their diplo- nas from grammar school were: Thomas Vie, Elma Holmes, Mattie Lou Conley and Brucie Lunsford. freshmcnts \terc served tlie lo members present. • • * The Ladies Guild of Calvary Episcopal church met yesterday afternoon in the church auditorium. A lesson from the prayer book was taught by Rev. C. C. Burke, pastor of the church. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bowen with Mrs. M. L. Sumners leading the Royal Service lesson for Hie afternoon. Mrs. O. E. Masscngill was hostess lo the two table contract bridge Louise Adkins of Luxora Marries Mike Bombolnski LUXOUA, Ark.—The marriage o! Louise Arkins and Mike Boaibol.iski took place at the Lnxora H.ipils; church Sunday afternoon. April la Rev. p. B. Klnsolving iwrformed the ceremony. The couple will make their home In Blytheville where Ihe groom Is engaged in business. New Methodist Parsonage Being Buiit at Luxora LUXORA. Arh.-Work Ins be:>im on the new Methodisl p.irfomge being buiU In Luxora. The building is to be a six-room brick ve- nccr bungalow. It Is located on U;e lot adjoining the Methodist church. Cape Wiseman of Osccola Is Ihc building'contractor in charge ot the' work. tlicrsvlllc the May. fourth Sunday in Among Ihe visiting members am officers of Ihe organization the fclowiiij w?re present, nl tile aiert- it:s: the Revs. D. K. Foster, Car- ulliersville; A. B. Sadler. Slrelc; J W. Cunningham, Hayti; J. ' c Wicker, Campbell; S. C. Stcpl-.rn Carulhersvlllc: O. R. Bum ham Hornersvillc; H. Patterson, Ken nett; Wade Freeman. CiarSicn f> W. Jones, Doniphan: J. D mtighcrty, Dexter: G. R. Tyler Campbell; R N. Wht(a'k:r, Clnik- ton. The followng lay officers also were present: C. L. Overall, Carap- bcl; Miss Myrn Gcrrich, Cari:th- crsvllle; Mesdamcs S. C. Stephens Cafuthcrsvillc; D. K. Foster ca-' uthcrsvillc; H. Patterson, Kcnnili" C C. O'Nicl, Advance. ' ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Mahan Sunday. Gilchrlst and Midway baseball teams played Sunday with Midway winning by tlie score of 12 to 7. Mrs. Edna Prince of Blytheville is visiling her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Davis. Mrs. C. S. Webb and Mrs. Mae Burns vivsited Mrs. F. M. '.Davis Sunday. Misses Iris Akins and Agnes Williams visited Nonna Steele and Vina Davis Friday evening. Misses Norma Sleele and Gertrude Lowe accompanied by Clyde Brashears motored to Dogwood Sunday. Now/ RELIEF IN FEW MINUTES from NEURALGIA HEADACHES quick. Just take 2 teaspoon fills of (.apudmc —.the wonderful new liquid prescription in a little water and in a few minutes you'll be joyously p'ainirce and rrnily for work or play. lieing liquid. Capudinc acls immediately, often in one-third the time re- ijuircd by oilier forms. No narcotics Uocsnotdislurbiligcslion.Approvedby druggists. Even with the most severs; headache, relief comes very quickly Sold at Lliaj Stoics, loc. JCK and to: hottlei inii by tfcc Uo:c at soda fountains. /\ HICKS -f • Lapudtne W fOR HfADACHlt Reiser News Notes Gilchrist Farm News Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Austin p[ Midway visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burns Sunday. Mrs. John Bums is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Hocott of Blytheville. Ufa. Milton. Daniels and Mrs. Mary Farrell spent Sunday with Mrs. Annie Mac Sawyers. Agnes Williams entertained 28 young people with a pound supi»r Saturday night. Games were enjoyed until a late hour when refreshments were served. Mrs. Harrison Lyles visited Mrs. Barry Lowell Sunday. Mrs. Steward of Armorcl Is visiting her son, Claude Steward and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis of Premise Land were tho ».-cck-cnd guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Davis. Sir. and Mrs. Boyd Orr announce the birth of a son April 15th. The baby weighed 10 ireunds and has been named James Olln. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bramlctt'of Burdettc spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Priest Orr. Mrs. Bob Williams of Burdclte visited Mrs. R. T. Wilder Thursday. Mrs. Tom Crump and Mrs. Sally Easley of Bnrdclle were guesls of Mrs. Brashears Sunday. Mr. anci Mrs. Russell Oaincs were Promise Land vislors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin were din- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keeler of Dell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dunavant Sunday. W. E. Pigg was ccalled home Thursday on account of the deatli if liis father. Misses Kaihryn Co:; nnd Tommic Shcrrick, accompanied by Oris Childs and Harvey Wilson motored o Osceola Sunday. Jamie Nichols spent last, weekend in Blytheville with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weidman. Mesdames Wilson, Cook and Wiliams were Osceola shoppers Saturday afternoon, Lucile Moore spent the week-end with Mr. "and Mrs. Clovis Crockett of Osceoia. . -Miss Irene . Nichols shopped in Blylhevillc Saturday. J.ITS. Virgil Whitner motored to Blytheville Saturday. Oris Ross of Wilson was a Reiser visitor Sunday. Esell Johnson spent Thursday in Keiser with frtends. Bill Dane of Wilson was the guest, of Nante Jean Moore Sunday. Bob Crews, Herman Wilson and 6, fUNHN ON£ AT IO-2 & D.P.C., Hit O'CLOCK Typewriters - - - Adding Machines Repairing — Rebuilding — Rentals—Ribbons—Carbon — Adding Machine Rolls Acton Printing Co. Typewriter Dept. Phono 10 Hospital Notes Mrs. W. T. Cancer, ScnMt:. M O was dismissed from the B!}ihcvi!i» hospital today. So that it should not be crowded out by Its own seedlings, the creosote bush drops its seeds nnd tlicn spreads a poison on Uiem that, s!o?s up germination, Headache An i W-HAtU«rm MNIOT i] promptly mrttlio • r.eeded bowel action, cUir *«:» and poison from rout «»:«n. and brintf welcoao rcl:ff «t onjft. Thatniid tit*. »l|.T«I«i«b1o lil ' ««. Try It-lie. Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 Planting Seed For Sale Mis-Del No. 2, @ $50.00 per ton, Delfos Oil, @ 545.00 per (on. Seed guaranteed pure and germination lest OS"*. This Jlis-Del is one year from breeding station. Staple 1 1-8 inch, thirds itself. The most satisfactory cotton I have ever grown. Prices F. O.'B. Grider. Maj. F. P. Jacobs Grider, Ark. ance A Fascinating Rom of the Radio World Begins Wednesday, April 29 In COURIER NEWS T7AGER anticipation! Genuine ' ( •^-^ ecstasy. .. . and complcrc con- tentmcnr when the last drop is drained. No millionaire's banquet board, [reaped with 'costly viands, 'tan'match'the bliss th'at so simple i treat cm bring to a baby heart. No sweet you can give your kiddie csn be more healthful, wholesome or fine.

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