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r.PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ABK.V COURIER NEWS* SATUR»AY,__MAY 0, 1031 Society Calendar Sunday Tlwre will be a Mother's Day program at the Temple Israel as a part of the Inslallallon service for tlie D'jiiil B'lith lodge. Monday Circles of (lie Woman's Missionary union of the ttot Haptist church will meet at Ihcsc plates: • 1, 2 and 4, at the church; 3, Mrs. Sam Hall; 4, Mrs. G. P. Smith. The Royal Neighbors will meet at [lie halt at 1:30 p. in. Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet in these homes: Circle 1, Mrs. C. II. Babcock, chairman, with Mis. E. C. Patton; circle 2, Mrs. George R. Crockett, chairman, with Mrs. J. E. -Hell, circle 3, Mrs. O. 1>. Moss, chairman, with Mrs. Byron Morse; circle 4, Mrs. Robert E. Lee Kins,', chairman, with Mrs. King at 1:30 o'clock. The Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist, clmrch will meet at the church with these hostesses: Mcsdames Roland Green, J. Mell nrooks, Herman Cross. A. M. II. Branson, S. S. Sternberg. \V M. Btnns, W. C. Higginson, R. N Hill and E. J. Browne. Mrs. I.. T. Asher will entertain the Woman's Missionary union of the Second Baptist church at her home in the Pride addition. Miss Clara Ruble will be hostess to a picnic for members o( the Business and Professional Women's club. The Woman's council of til 1 First. Christian church will meet at 1:30 o'clock wllh Mrs. J. C. Ellis • on the south highway for a business and sewing meeting. Tuesday Mrs. Sam Mnnatt Is having th New Tuesday club. The Girls';.Circle of the Firs Presbyterian church' of which Mrs Marsli M. Calla'V/iy Is chalrmai will meet-at, 7:30 p. m. wllh Miss Mnbcl Simon. The Forty ami Eight : Pareni Teacher association will meet nt th church. • -t > Wednesday ' The Wednesday Bridge club meeting with.Mrs. E. C. Patton. Mrs. A. C. Wnrd ,-ls hostess t the New Wednesday Bridge club. -.; • Thursday- • MrV.Byro'n Morse is cnlerlalnin the Thursday Luncheon club. Tlic Mid-Week- cltib is mot-tin wllh Mrs. W. »L; Homer. Mrs. W. C. Higginson is hostess to the Young JJIatrons Bridge clu' Entertain: Class. ' " Mrs. W. E. Marshall. Mrs. S. J.VMcDcarman and Mrs. J. M. Fowler were hostesses to the Dorcas,'Sunday school dtiss of Hie Fii'sl Baptist church last evening at therxMarshall home on the south ,Top of the Morning Outfit Bits of News Mostly Personal C. G. Hires and W. H. Stovall pent ye.slcrday In Memphis. Mrs. Robert Lane left lost night for her home In Detroit, Mich., af- ler spending three weeks with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Gable. Before her marriage Mrs. Lane was Miss LJIa Maude Gable, of Ihls city. W. 11. Slnglctcrry is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and fJ,rs. Sam Tliomas nnd two daughters will siwnd tomorrow in Memphis. C. {'. McDanlct and Mrs. Arthur McDanlel, of Senalh, Mo., are l.UTHEKAN CHUItCII II. J. KWndknst, Pistor Sunday school and Bible class, 9:15 a. in. Divine worship, 10 a. in. A special Mother's Day program with the sermon topic: "Hov: Woman, in the Various Relations Bhe Holds Con Meet Her Sacred Trust." The text is found in Proverbs 14:1, "Every wise woman bulldeth her house but a foollih woman plucketh it down with her hands." Services are held In the St. Stephen Episcopal church. All are cordially invited. =WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON =The Parable Of The Pounds guests of Dr. Tlpton today. and Mrs. Paul L. The unllned siicclc Jacket, In gay color, tops everything for sportswear. This one,.distinctive lor its slip-over, zipper-closing cut, is ot the most, delectable blues Imaginable, beautiful with just about any tone of frock or skirt and blouse you want to wear It with. The collar is exceptionally nice opened, with scarf (led Ascot manner. BRIDGE highway. .•Jije. 15 members and fivu visitors .heard Mrs. Eula Epperson give the de'Yptlonal, assisted by Mrs. J. D. Foster nnd Mrs. Sam Hall. The class song '-Help Somebody Today" waslsung. T. H. Haynes rendered a:'voice solo "The Ninety and Niue" and a duct. " Give ot Your Best to the Master" was sung by Miss Lois Hill and Mr. Haynes. Bcltlc Lou Kramer gave a reading "A Helping Hand". Mrs. A. Wert presided in the business session in which a letter was read from Mrs. W. M. Crow, former teacher, who now resides at Heath, Ark. . It was voted to attend prayer sen-ices on Wednesday evening in a ~ body. ,In the social hour a delicious plate lunch was served. * • • Has Club. Mrs. Theodore Logan entertained the Sas Kak Ra Rook club yesterday afternoon at her suburban home on the north highway when Mesdames Jim Burns. Harney Mitchell, Raymond Schmuck, Ivy W Crawford and M. C. Dcniey were also guests. Early summer 1 lowers were arranged in the attractive living room. After the rook games the three tables of players were served strawberry ice cream ah~d" cake. * • < • On Camping Trip. Members of Tom Sccoy's Sunday- school class of the First Presbyterian church, accompanied by the teacher. Byron Mo-se, T. J. Mahai! and Marsh M. Callaway arc at Flint Bend, near Lcpanto, for a day and night of fishing and camping. „ The parly will return tonight. * * • To .Have Spctial Opening Exercises. The adult Sunday school department of the First I3a|)tis church will have special exercises tomorrow morning with the Fidclis class in charge. T. H. Hayues Is superintendent of the group. Gleaners Class The Gleaners MY W.M. E. McKENNKY SerrcUry American Bridge I*aflic There are < several systems for valuing hands at. no trump, but perhaps Ihe most popular is lhc pitch count system which was explained In our previous articles. An opening bid of one first hand shows a count of 13; second hand a count of 12; third hand 14, and fourth hand 15. Partner should support to two no trump with a combined count,, of 2^, and to three no trump with n combined count of 24. Under the straight forcing system, however, it is not advisable to o|>cn hands with one no trump that contain a biddable four-card suit, cspccclally if the hand contains a weak doublcton. In other words, an opening bid of one no trump normally shows distributed strength and no biddable four card suits. Four-card suits in order to be biddable must be at least as strong as ace, queen, nine, 10 or king, micen, nine, 10. In addition to the count, a hand should contain at least two quick .ricks to open with one no trump, while iu suit bids you ure rcquire-d to hold two and one-hall cm/ck tricks. Original Suit Dirts of One Original suit bids of one arc made when holding at least a biddable four-card suit and two nnc one-half high card tricks. All writers have their favorite high card trick tables, but [lie simplest one advocated by the writer is as follows: A K of same suit 2 A Q J of same suit I 1 !: A of same suit 1 as only one trick. If your right- hand opponent bid a suit in which you held the A Q. you would count that as two tricks. The rcnsnn for not valuing an A Q when not bid as one and one- f tricks, is because so many times you may be called upon to nnkc the owning lead and as we do not like to lead asvay from an A Q, sometimes an opening lead very detrimental lo the hand is made In an endeavor lo protect tlie A Q suit. While opening bids of one arc required to hoicl two and one-half high card tricks as a minimum, there arc inaivy hands containing as high as five to five and one- half quick tricks thc.i must be opened with one due to a bad distribution. Opening bids of one should not be passed by partner if his hand contains at least one and one-half tricks. This feature will be explained in our next article. (Copyright, 1031, NBA Service, Inc) Mrs. E. L. Pentecost returned to her home in Hulcvillc, Miss, today after several days stay with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Judge G. E. Keck nnd his court stenographer, H. G. I'artlow, will go lo Harriiiburg Monday for circuit court. C. A- Cunningham will go to Joneslwro this afternoon for the week-end before going to Little liock for the first of the week. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Miss Grace Webb are In St. Louis for the week-end as guests of Mrs. Sclnrn Goza. They accompanied Mrs. Vena Henley who motored up lo spend Mother's Day with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Hyland. Mrs nussell Phillips and uau- Uhter, Belly, will go to Ridsetop, Tciin., Monday for several weeks visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bell have moved into their apartment on Fifth and Walnut streets. The Rev. E. K. Latimer returned today from several weeks visit in points of Georgia and South. Carolina where he recuperated from a nervous breakdown. Mrs. Latimer and two daughters, who have been at Rtilevlllc, Miss-, will arrive tlie first of the week. W. B. Tanner and C. L. Orrell arc attending to business in West Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge had as their guests for the past several days Miss Lillian Brewer of Horseshoe Lake, Ark., and Mrs. Eugene Ppeufer and baby, of Detroit, Mich. Crawford Greene, Glen Durham, F1KST rUESBYTEIUAN CHURCH Minn M. L'alUway, l'ul«r Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Ray Wonhtnglon, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Mother's Day sermon on "A Mother's Prayer of Thanksgiving." Christian Endeavor, :45 p. m. Miss Jeanne Harrison, leader. Evening worship, 1:30 o'clock. Sermon subject: "Tlie Perfect Love Story." This will lie Ihe third of a series of sermons on love stories of the Bible. CHUKCH OF OO1) Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday nlghl. Church services arc held the sec- and and fourth Sundays wllh the Rev. W. A. Foster, of Caruthers- vllle, in charge. SCEOND BAPTIST CHURCH J, L, Ncwsom, PiaUir Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Promotion day. Sermon, 11 a. m. by the pastor. Subject, "Mother." Special music. Flowers will be furnished by Mrs. Leslie Moore's class. II. Y. p. u., 6:30 p. m. Our motto: "The Banner Is Ours." Preaching. 8 p. m. by the pastor. Subject, "Doing Our Best." A silver olTcrlng. The Lord's Supper. • The International Sunday School l-csson (or Slay 10. 'Hie Parable of the Founds, l.uke 19:11-213. / • • • BY WM. E. GILUGY/D. 1). Editor of The C'onf>: The parable of the ixnmds may be fittingly compared with the parable ot the talents which will be found In Matthew 25:14-30- The similarity between the two parables is so striking that it is millc possible that they may be dilier- enl versions of the story as it originally fell from Ihe lips of Jesus. Our business here Is no 1 , to dwell on the difference between the two narratives bul upon the teachings of the parable compromising our lesson. The circumstances under which the parable was spuken should be particularly noted. The parable was sjwken because the company was near Jerusalem, and those who surrounded Jesus were anticipating some outward manifestation of power in which the Kingdom of God would bo established upon earth To this company in this mood and with this expectation Jesus ^reclaims the message of faithfulness. The law of the Kingdom, he points out, is not fulfilled in a gracious and earnest waiting for it but in faithful devotion, according to one's talent and abilities, to the tasks that pertain to the Kingdom. Parable Teaches All All this Jesus teaches through the story of a nobleman who went Into a far country to receive for himself the kingdom and to return. Calling lo himself 10 ser- ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUKCH South Lilly Street R. A. Wort, Paslor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. For the morning worship there will be a program In honor of Mother's Day, to be given by members of the young people's meeting. A gift will be presented the oldest mother present. Christ Ambassadors, 2:30 p. m. Evening worship, 1:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Monday mom- ing, 9 o'clock, and Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock. Choir practice, Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock. Henry Hudson, Sloan Stuart and William McClerkirt arc in Memphis today for the (rack meet. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. English-and taby, formerly of here and now of Little Eock, arrived today for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. \v. Coopedge. J. M. White, who is 111 at the Memphis Baptist hospital from pneumonia ami complications, is now Improving. Paul Rorie, Jr., who returned yesterday from the Memphis Baptist hospital where he underwent an operation for appendicitis, is able to be out. • Mrs. Charles Ross, Mrs. J. L. James and daughter, Mary Sue, of Caruthcrsvllle, arc visiting Dr. ind Mrs. Paul L- Tipton today. Mrs. F. A. Rogers, who underwent nu operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital several days ago, is now improving. K Q of same sull. SISTER 'MARY'S KITCHEN F1KST ,BAPTIST CHURCH Comer Walnut anrl Eighth Alfred S. Harwell. Pastor Sunday school ai 3:45 a. m. ^U. W. -Mullhis, Supt. Sermons by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Morning subject: "Mother and Mother's God." Evening subject: "Tlwt Lost Sheep.' B. Y. P. U.'s meet at 6:25. Miss Luna Wilheim. director. Sunday school officers and teachers meet Wednesday at 7 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Tlie Rev. A. s. Smith, leader. Choir rehearsal Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton," director. i Let those in arrears with their church pledge pay tip this week if at all possible. To get behind with our church pledges makes .it hard on both church and individual. Visitation day Sunday after noon at 2:30. Come prepared to spend an hour or two in the interest of our Sunday school. Expert Says Americans Cut Down Table Time FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. I^timer, Minister Sunday school, 0:45 A. M. K of same suit !•; Q J o£ same suit '. ^ tOnly one Q J may be counted In a hand.) A Q (if bid) v:. A Q lit not bid) 1 " You will notice that the last three valuations have restrictions. Only one Q J must be counted in BY SISTEIt MAKY NEA Service Writer Hadlslies tempt the housewife every time she goes to market these days. And in order to take advantage of a seeming "thrce-uunches- Jor-" bargain, she frequently finds herself with more on hand than can bo used merely as a relish nnd faces the possibility of waste. The .waste can be averted, however, by serving cooked radishes in the fol- ' lowing meal, and they nre sure to ! be liked. Although radishes have little • food value in a musclc-biiikim; SAN FRANCISCO, (UP)— Americans have applied speed and efficiency methods to their eating and have reduced tlv; average time :hey spend at the table during their lives to a mere two yenrs or so. Mary Dahnke, food expert, said Iwre. Contrasted with the lime spent in sleeping, or with the lime our ancestors spent in caling. this is a mere trifle, she asjeiled. In the gocd old days, people averaged live 01 six years of their lives at Iho table—and the life-span was shorter, she declared. Ten minutes for' brcaktasl, 15 for lunch and 30 for dinner arc tlie minced schedules now in cf- fcc-t for most Americans she ex- plaincd. Morning worship, A Mother's Day Program. Christian Endeavor societies 1S-45 P. M. Evening praise and sermon, 7:« o'clock. All ore cordially invited. vants, he gave them each one pound and imposed upon them the task of faithfully using the money to promote his interest. The nobleman was called back earlier than he anticipated by a revolt in his home, territory, and calling his servants before him he inquired how they had performed their responsibility. Tile most successful had by his diligence made out of his |>ound 10 pounds, and his .success was rewarded by his receiving authority over 10 cities. The serene, who had turned his one pound into rind similarly received authority over five cities: but one servant., zealous for the careful keeping ot what his master had committed to him, brought the pound which he had carefully laid up in a napkin, his servant there was expressed the violence of his master's displeasure- Is not the lesson of the parable very plain? it is in use and service that the responsibilities of lite and its gifts are properly fulfilled. Fear of the Lord that is not- ex- prssed In devotion to his will lacks the very essence of real reverence and worship. The great end of life is not to keep one's life expressive of the tilings that are most truly worth while. It is not in negotiation and in restraint that the highest spirit of the expression of religion is made, but in patient devotion to truth and right. Lesson Applies Today Do \ve not need to learn that lesson today? May it not be that we pray for the coming of tlifi Kingdom without working for its coming and without living according to its principles? The Kingdom of God does not come through pious hope and zealous expectancy; it comes through co-operation with the Master in doing the will of God. Some one has remarked that the tragedies of failure and irresponsibility arc not found entirely among the one-pound people who are timid and inefficient, but that frequently it is the man of _J Texl: Luke. And as they heard these things, lie added and spake a pnrable, because he was nigh lo Jerusalem, and t>?caus; they thought that the kingdom of God should immediately appear. He said therefore, A certain nobleman went into a far country to receive for himself a kingdom, and to relurn. Anil he called his ten servants, and delivered (hem ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I como. But his citizens hated him, and sent a message after him, saying, We will not have this man to reign over us. And it came to pass, that when lie was returned, having re- ccivod the kingdom, then he commanded these servants to be called unto him, to whom ho had given the money, lhat he might know how much every man hud gained by trading. Then came the first, saying, Lord, thy pound hath gained ten pounds- And he saict unto him, Well, thou good servant: uecaiu-c .lhau hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities. And the second came, saying, Lord, thy-pound hath gained five pounds. And he said, likewise: lo him, Be then also over five cities. , And another came, saying. Lord, behold, here is thy pound, whicj j | Hj have kept, laid up in a napkin. ' .' For I feared llice, because thou art an austere man; tho'.i lakcst up that thou laycdst not down, and rcapcst that thou didst not sow. And he saith unto him, Out of thine own mouth will I judge Mice, thou wicked servant, Thou kiitwest lhat I was an austere man, taking up that I laid not down, and reaping that I did not sow. Wherefore then gavest not thou my money into ths bank, that at. my coming I might have requiied mine own svith usury? And he said unto Hum that stood by. Take from him the pound, ind give it to him that hath ten pounds. Ami they said unto him, Lord, he hath ten pounds. For I say unto you, That unto every one which hath shall ba •iven: and Irom him that hath not, evt-n that he hath shall be taken from linn. The pastor will occupy the pulpit. lill! h {!? onc - h , il1f .<! lllck "«*• I way, they do Have a dMinct place en holding n hand containing L lhc ,„,„„.„, and bal!llsl two Q J's, the other is too susceptible to squeezes when being on practically every hand ' that j you would hold two and one-half tricks, if both Q J's were counted, you would have an original no trump bkl. C} J's should not be counted in suit bids if the hand does not contain an nee, bul they must be counted in a no trump hand. You will also notice that the writer advocates nn A Q a.s only among fowls. Tlie ash constituents arc much the same as Ihe yellow tiir- until crisp and serve Immediately on removing from water. If children under ten years of age arc allowed to cat radishes they should be warned lo "chew them fine." Creamed radishes are a very Sunday school The high content of Ir.digestiKe | g0 od dish and many women i:\ the country who face a fresh vc r vta!>!e structure with Us watcr-hoWli properties gives the relish a peculiar laxative effect. shortage Just at (his season ct ;!-,e year will lind the recipe _ As a relish, radishes are ::IK\ | keeping in mind, popular. They come early i:i the j . ' • spring and do much to whc; in- i diflerent appetites. The Creamed Radishes saiaii.l Three cups round red : round, red radishes—often talbdia tablespoons butter, 1 ta ••breakfast 1 radishes—are delicate-1 Hour, 3-4'cup milk, ', ci.ii v vcr ly flavored and delightfully c ' ' ~ fill,.while the long white var; NAZARENK Corner Second and Vine ' A. T. MrAnalljr, Pastor . We are glad to report that Rev. McAnally, our pastor who tins been in Oklahoma for the past three or four weeks on business and visiting relatives at. Ada, Okla.. will be back with Ills church Sunday nnd Sunday night and will preach at >!h services. His subject for the morning hour Is "Praying Clear Through" Subject for evening hour. "The Condition of the Church Today." Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. We have classes to suit all ages and a teacher that will interest you. C. E. Cotjb. supt. Preaching at II a. m. and at 7:45 p. in. N. Y. p. s. meets at the church at 6:30. Kenneth McAnally. president. Prayer meeting each Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Everyone come prayer meeting. class of the Church of the Nazarene met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Criner with 15 present. The class enjoyed games and'refreshments. * • « Varbro Socicly Meets, • There were 12 members and a visitor at the meeting of Ihe Yar- bro.Missionary society Thursday afternoon for the Bible study. Prayers were offered by Mrs. G. J.-Walktt-, Mrs. W. R. Moore, Mrs. E. B Lloyd, Mrs R. F. Temple, Mrs. h»Av , by A Q and a side trick, yen may count your A Q as on? nr.d one- half, or it your partner lids a suit and you hold A Q In that suit, I ^jteTi, you may value It as two tricks. I While 11 It was bid by your left- ' hand op;x>nent, it should "be count- ed i.a.id W. M. LaPerney. Mrs D. L. Mc- Caukey and Mrs. C. B. Etchison. Itfrs. Walter read the sixth chapter of Matthew with commcnU following. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. B. Akins. radishes were cooked in. spoon salt, 4 tablespoons cheese, 4 tablespoons button.- brlttlcncss that many people like, crumbs The long red varieties aie prone Wash radishes carcluliy to woodiness. There is a round I oft root and stem. Cook ir. b,v n ,-, .dish .that tastes much l:kr i salted water for 15 ir.iiimc.-. Uv.un * l:a- j from water, saving 4 iabli-..;»i:i. great capacities who winds up failure and tragedy- The point of the parable is not that it is the man who Is capable of making 10 pounds out of one who is most worthy but tile man who, whatever the circumstances and results, dees his best. The Implication of the parable is that If this man who kept this Iiomid so carefully preserved in the napkin had really lost it in seeking to use it well, Ihe master would have been more sympathetic toward his loss than toward his failure. Tt was the fact that he did nothing, but just neglected his duly and his opportunity, that brought him under such extreme censure. God rcnuires from each of us according lo his abilities, and it is according lo that requirement that we are judged. to church and the light which dispels error. As mortals bcgi to understand Spirit, they give up Ihe belief that there is any true existence apart from God" (page 282). FIRST METHODIST flll'UCU p. Q. Roric Faster Sunday school, 3:45 a. m. Church. 11 a. m. Broadcast over KLCN. There will tc a special scr- :,:. i the round red one but is ble to pithiness. ! fuls for sauce. Put Radish sandwiches arc excellent j a buttered baking rtish a- to serve with fish salads. Thr with sauce made with b,, white varieties can be twd for I'.our cooked together « i-.c.- into these. When an attractive garnish wanted, the red button, rrvlit should be chosen. They miir.t scrubbed immaculately clean fore using. Let stand in ice v and radish water added, s-, Is | top with crumbs and crater; ! :ir* ' and put in a moderately l..x be ;for 15 minutes lo melt tiir . ice appropriate to Mother's Day. Epworth nnd Ili-Lcagucs, 7 p. in. Evening church, 7:45 o'clock. The sermon will be the second ot a sc- CHKISTIAX SCIliXCK CHfRCll! ries on the gtcat promises of the Bible. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock, followed with choir rehearsal at 8:15 p. m. If you arc interested In helping Ihosc who cannot help themselves "Adam and fallen Man" Is the subject of the. Lesson-Sermon lo be read In the Christian Science service Sunday at the Hotel Noble. The Golden Text is. "If a man think himself to be something. when he Is nothing, he deceive'.!-, ' enlist in the Golden Cross cam- hlniself" (Galatians 6:3). . paign. The Lesson-Sermon will also in-. textbook, "Srienco and Health with; Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Bnkcr Eddy, one of which reads. "Whatever indicates the full of man or the opposite of God or God's I ^j^ 1 ' '. -. absence, is the Adam-dream, which! MATERNITY HOSPITAL-For tin- j is neither Mind nor man. for it Is fortunate Klrls- secluded, private. not begotten of the Father. Tho | ra . Cs rcrison:i blc Tor Information :pital, 4311 East llssouri. Hospital Notes Adolph Crafton, city, was admitted to the Blythovillc hospital to- i • , . +V,,, t c~ -••-. •• — - -"o — —- - -•• * •" i riius rCilSOIlnOlC r vi r'VhUkh, ri : ?h ° ;re: "l r " lc cf il!vcrslon lnrcrs from "'<>r write ^irmount Hospit a.cr | baking dish. J lts 0|)1X) sltc, Truth; but Truth is 27Ui, Kansas City, Miss busy Main Streets Main Slrcct is busy ^vlicn factories aroliusy.Tlio industrial development of the small ;iinl medium-sized cities is Ltrgcly dependent on an ample and economical elcclrie power supply. The grouping u[ many towns into a widespread electric service system, brings to each of them an cm'cient power supply on which lo build a sound industrial development. OWER "A t Your Service

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