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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 12, 1931
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BLYTHgy|LLB, (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 12, Society Calendar The " Wednesday Bridge club Is meeting \vlUi Mrs. E. C. Palton. Mrs. .A. ,C.- Ward Is hostess to the New Wednesday Bridge club. The P. S. O. Is meeting for a luncheon prog ram at the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech with Mcsdainos Otto Kochtllzky, George R. Crockett and J. A. Leech as hostesses. The Junior High P. T. A. Is meeting at the school. Thursday Mrs. Byron Morse is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. Tlie Mid -Week club Is meeting wllh Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Mrs. W. C. Hlggtnson is hostess . to the Young Matrons Bridge club. The Jewish Ladles Aid society Is .meeting. In Luxora at the home of Mrs. M.. Bciristeiii with Mrs. A. . Llvcmn't as co-hostess. The : ElUolt Fletcher chapter ol the United Daughters ot the Confederacy Is meeting with Mrs. W. R. Adams on Davis avenue. Friday The music department ot the Woman's club Is meeting at the club house. The allar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception will have a benefit bridge and rook party nt the home of Mrs. raul Oicen- well. Circles Study the ; Womanhood of Africa. In the"circles ' bt the Woman's Auxiliary ol the First Prcsbylcrla'i church, which met Monday, the programs were on "The Womanhood of Africa." In the business session the annual birthday parly, to be given next Monday evening at the church, was discussed. This pageant Is to be (Ire chief social ac' tivity of the year. Circle 1, Mrs. C. R. Bobcock . chnlrnmn, met with Mrs. E. C. rat- ton and Mrs. W. B. Tanner at tlic Patlon home. Besides the 12 members present' there was . a yucst, . Mrs. E. H. Hurley of Newport. - Mrs. Mnrsh M. Callaway conducted the devotional nnd the program led by Mrs. Edgar Borum, assisted by Mrs. 0. M. Gray and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. A salad course was served wjlli t.ea. Mrs. J: E. Bell and Mrs. N. Johns entertained circle 2, Mrs. George. R. Crockett chairman, at the Bel Ihome wllh li members present. Mrs. Ray Worthington and Mrs. T. J. Mahan assisted Mrs. B. R. Allen In the program. The host- Ihe devotional and business session for circle 1, attended by 12 members. The Dlble study was given by Miss Cordelia Wllhltc, taken from the book ol Acts. In Hie second group Mrs. T. H. Hayncs gave the devotional with the members reading rcsponslvcly from the fifth chapter of Matthew. Alter Mrs. Frank Simmons had led hi prayer Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford presented the lesson on "Pioneer Women," 'llierc were seven pres- it. Circle 3 wns led by Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr and Mrs. R. A. Mahan ;ave the mission study. Both led n prayer. There were eight present. The seven who attended circle 4 lenrd Mrs. E. B. Outlaw give the devotional and Mrs. J. P. Ltvlng- ton conducted the mission Icfion. A new member wns Mrs. J. H. Ov- nenl. Circle 5 had ten members pres- 'nt. Alter Mrs. Roy Hcnd had conducted the devotional Mrs. U. W Mulllns offered prayer and Mrs Marlon Williams led the mission '.udy. The business session ivns lee by Mrs. Robert Grlmos. * * • Wahl-I.liisman. A marriage license has been Is sued to Mrs. Zula Linsman nnd Mr Qcorgc Wnhl, both of here. * • * Grwr-Molt. Miss Jewell Molt nnd Mr. William Greer, both ol Tyler, Mo were Issued a marriage license here Saturday. • * • To Have Benefit Party. The altar society of the Church of the Iminnculntc Conception will have n benefit bridge and rook jiarly Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at Ihe home of Mrs. Pnul Greenwell, 1037 Chlckasawba avenue. The prizes «111 be hosiery for high score nt each lable. Reservations mny be made by calling 258, Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise. • * • Officers to B* Installed. Tlic new oincers ol the Junior High Parent-Teacher association will be Installed nl the meeting to be held Wednesday alternoon. Mothers ol students entering Junior high in September are to be ess served- an i|ee cours ' ' Circle 3, Mrs. O. ~p'. t. M oss chairman, was' entertained by Mrs. R. F. Klrshner and Mrs. Byron Morse at the Morse home. Tlie six members present heard . Mrs. Dixie Crawford give the devotional and Mrs. James B. Clark led Ihe pro- Brain. Sandwiches, ' lea and mints were served. The Business Women's circle, which mecU in Ihe evening, wns enlerlaincd by Mrs. Tiobcrt E. Lee King, chairman, and -Mrs. L. D. Chamblln, at the home of Ihe former. The chairman led the devotional prior to the Bible sludy given by Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway, a guest. For the program Mrs. Gco. Mulr read a paper on Ihe conditions of Africa. Tlie 13 present were served a. frozen fruit salad. .canapes and iced tea. » * ? Doprood P. T. A. Metis. Mrs. James B. Clark was the special guests. • • * Council Meets. The Woman's Council of the First Christian church met with Mrs. J. C. tills Monday afternoon for u program and sewing party. With the Fnllli division in chnrce, Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. George W. Barlmm and. Mrs^ Gordon Evrard look part on the program nnd Mrs. Durham conducted the business session. Tlic 1G present were served refreshments. • * * 1'rofram Given Mrs. W. M. McFarland was lead- of the program given for the voman's missionary union of the Second Baptist church Monday iflernoon at the home of Mrs. L. T. Asher when 19 members nnd lircc visitors attended. "Our Force, Our Field" fns the subject. After the Bible study, led by tlic ?ader, Mrs. J. c. Harnish offered prayer. These Jalks were given; ~ C. Mrs. Forces GORAS, JERSfVS'.TWUDS THIN CttPfV AND SPONG/ ' WOOltNS AND fLANKltlS IN THE 6IS1 CIPOIES Of FAS WON IANCL BOVt.TM(VO(]NS!f? SiT IS GIVING fUOSf UTTIE VVOOUN IPICOfOAP.5 A IARGE P1AV. ASlfc AMO WICKEOlY B [ COMING-. FROCK ABOVE IS Of Q.i SOfTPiMK ANGORA" " WITH GOUAp AN OUt fS Of WHITE PK3IU'. ' l TNt f?lGW IS A FROCK Of BTOWM AMD .KJWITf SIRIP£0 WOOt Wilt. ISWOSM AWHiTt cJAOKET. AMD WHITE two P TWEED DRESS AT TH! K>1<JHT HAS A GR££W PATf-NI ItATHtlJ Btll ANfJIJOViL COU AH AND CuFFS O^ v,'nin PlQrt Osccola Society—Personal DRIDGK Mrs. Frank Howse led the lesson from Ihc mission study text on work being done In the Islands of the Caribbean sea at the regular mission study meeting of the Method- Woman's Missionary society Monday afternoon. Twelve members were prcsenl. Mcmlwrs of the Baptist Woman's Missionary union at a meeting held at I lie home of Mrs. M. L. Sumners Monday spent, the lime sewing for the Baptist Training school at Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson of Harlingcn, Texas, nre In Osceola for nn extended visit with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Coston. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of Little Rock si»ent tlic week-end wllli Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. John White, where they were joined by Jap While of St, Louis. They were accompanied by Miss Linda Wiles of LIUIe Rock wlir> was the week-end guest, of Mr. and Mrs. R. Forty little friends of Eugene Butler, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben V. Biuler, Joined him yesterday alternoon In celebration of his fourth birthday. Games were enjoyed throughout the afternoon with prizes in a scramble for candy kisses won by Ethel Wayne Dent of Blytheville and Bruce Ivy jr., of Osceola, and delicious ice cream was served with the birthday cake. Dwlght Hlackwood, state highway commissioner, John Blackwood and Mrs. Belva Martin, all of Little Rock, spent Mother's Day In ijsctola^with then: mother, Mrs. BY WM. E. McKKN'SEV Secretary American Bridge l-fjfiuc Perhaps the most abused bid in contract bridge is the forcing two- bid. If the beginner nas laKcn up me straight forcing system at contract he Is possessed with the idea that every good-looking hand should be game a probable iny-card. Generally speaking, five to five and one-half quick tricks are required to make an aliening two-bid, although there arc tyi»s of hands two with only one-half quick tricks, especially Ihe powerful two- suit hands. I'AKTSEK'S RESPONSE lliat can be bid four to four and with a forcing two-bid. The| T ' 0 A 'rORCING Bli) majority of experts today, who use and advocate the forcing two-bid rarely make one. The beginner This denies any 01 the above holdings ana gives partner an yppj;-- lumiy 10 snow anomsr sun. it partner shoVs a second sun anu you canr.ol support tens sun, y oll are required 10 go 10 tnrcv: no trump us tac bidding must tc tep'. open until game is arrived HI. oca- einlly, though, when pariiur i llis Eiiowu n iwo-sulc hand, li is DIIUT to support one 01 IMUIIUI'S wq^ rather than go to three no trump, unless you have ihe otiiw iv/o ami stopped. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Ssrvlc;, Ino jtauiu Isiuuicti ;or iJn-ui\c — Because acr husband i>U'.>ii>;i.-a original forcing two of a suit, bid, he is naturally hoping for a slam. Marie i-'isn, Indian girl, ulcu Two quick tricks in your hand will force when lie should bid one, divorce, according three or four queen, 10, 10, which Is considered The requirements for a forcing "°™ a ! '»»"!> 1 . su l ) l» rt mti °™ two-bid In the straight forcing I" 11 * lrl , ck ™ 'he side, raise part- rather simple. iijiicrs suit, m supporting partner's system arc should not be made unless you are prepared to play a game-golm; declaration, even if partner's hand does not contain a trick. H :s a demand bid and not only c!o?s it require partner to keep the bidding open, but you are also suit, you must raise ihe full extent of your hand at, once. If you have normal support In partner's suil and enough.probable Iricks to raise unrtncr's bid to four or five, do so immediately. Holcilnjj a -jiurtault- :u;t and one ed to keep the bidding open until quiek^rick. show you a game-going declaration is arrived at, therefore you should not bid Holding no biddable suit nnd net normal support for partner, but two on any hand that Is not apt to one nnd one-half to Uvo quick ' tricks, bid three no trump. Partner produce game in itself. In our previous article we learned j " >av 11<w be able to take ynu to a that partner Is required to keep all | slam declaration or show another of your bids open with cm 1 and | suit. one-half tricks, therefore it is not I Holding better than two quick- original; tricks and no bitltlqble suit, invite one-half i partner to go to n slam by bidding necessary to make an forcing bid if one nnd tricks are required to produce game, four no trump. It is quite true that we have some hands that will . produce f;ame if partner's hand contains only one Bits of News Mostly Personal Luxora Seniors to Get principal speaker at the meeting of the Dogwood Parent-Teacher association Friday afternoon. Activities among the crippled children of the county were explained along with a synopsis of the year's plans. Other numbers on the program were these talks: "Responsibility of the Children in the Home." jfrs. Andy Barker; "The Adolescent Age." Mrs. Mary Scrape; "Democracy in Ihc Home," Mrs. Leiinle Payne. • • » Club Has Tienlc Sapper. Miss Clara Ruble was hostess to Ihc Business and Professional Women's club lasl evening for a picnic supiwr at the Goff Hold. The 14 present spread lunch In lite club rooms. Informal disciis- Eions were of plans for Ihe animal entertainment of-the graduates of the city high school. This year's affair will be a.moonlight picnic. • '• • • Class Reorganizes. The 5A Sunday school class of the Second Baptlsl church has been reorganized and these officers elected: Miss Eva Blanche Morris president; Miss Margie' Nlcrstheim- er, vice president; Miss Christine Turner, secretary; Miss MyrllcBrv- ant, treasurer; Miss Letha Spiccr 'Viewing Our Forces," Mrs. L. Shirley; "Viewing Our Field," N Cecil Pnrks; "How Our Foi.-, Organize." Mrs. J. D. Bookcr;"How Our Forces Work," Mrs. B. A. Morris; "How Our Field Is Reached" Mrs. Clyde Ellis and "Tlie Line of Golden Thread," Mrs, Mary McAllister. . . 3n a playlet which illustrated Ihl5_ theme these took part: Mrs 13. A.. Morris. Phyllss Kim;s, Mrs C. C. Slankford, Mrs. Clint Dun- np, Mrs. Picas Kimes, Mrs. J. W. "Icharcts nnd Mrs. Robcri Taylor. Prayers were offered by Mrs. L. . Asher and Mrs. Clyde Ellis. V. M. S. Mcrls Tlic 10 members of the woman's nlsslonnry society In the Firsl >lclhodist church who atlcndei he mecllng Monday alternoon. at he church, heard Mrs. Rolanc rren give Ihe program. ^Slie read from the l-uh chapter • 51. John for the devotional Tins was followed with a voice solo by Miss Mary Ellen Stevens who sang 'My Itnly," a prayer by .Mrs R. N. Hill, n paper e;UIll:d "For-Ign Work in Poland" by Mrs. W 3- Hicginson nnd a reading "Tin 3hcrokce Rose" by Miss Mar Cuinmlngs. Slate Officers Will Atlrnd Itistrict Mccl J. E. Crlla has returned from Memphis where he wns nt n clinic for two dtiys. He is now feeling much better. D. Prert Taylor jr., ot Osccolti, nttcnded lo business here yesterday. John Mobley returned lo little Rock yesterday after spending the \veck-end here. He wns nccompan- d by Miss Mnmlc Blythc who lent the week-end wllh her par- its, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Greene. Louie Tsnacs has returned Irom ic Memphis Baptist liosntlal :ierc he underwent nn operation r appendicitis. He Is now- convn- reporter; teacher. _Miss Maybelle Priest Thc class has been named "Sun shine Girls" with "Always Shlnini for Jesus" as Ihe inollo and th song "Get God's Sunshine Int Your Heart." Members of the program com mHtcc are: Misses Eva Blanch Morris, Margie Nicrsthclmer an Myrtle Bryant, and of the social committee, Misses Catherine Hoi- fleers preEonce of two state ol will feature llio anm;a lis, Earlene Reeves. Circka Meet. Lewis and Madehna y. Circles of the Womali's Miaion- ary union of First !?apti s t ciuirch met Monday afternoon xlth I, 2 nnd 4 at lh<! church, circle 3 with Mrs. Sara Hall and circle 5 with Mrs. G. P. Smllh. Mrs. Walter Bishop conducted luectitiB of Ihc district confcrcnc ol Amerlcnn Legion auxiliary i be held here Wednesday, May v>i Mrs. Tom Johnson of Dermotl. ih department's president, nnrt Mr Jesse Cox of Mttlc liock. Ihe dc l).irln»ni secretary, will be guest ol honor. Mrs. Howard 13. Proctor, distric president, is in charge of the pro gram lo be held In Ihc allcmoo beginning with R luncheon al o'clock. Mrs. Edgar Borum, chair man ot unit activities, Is In charg of the luncheon. Delegates and visitors are e\ pected to nltcnd from Ihc units n Jonesboro, Earle, Marion, Tri. mann, Lcpanlo, Marked Tree ai Blylhevillc. Mrs. Ncill need is p-csidenl i he local unit which will cnttrla' the conlcrcncc. Courier. News Want Afis p»y. scing. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Meyer nnd Hi, Carol jr., ol Kudorn, spent the celt-cud wllh Mr. and Mrs. Wal- T Roseiithrd aijd their motlilr :rs. Anna Wclnlierg. C. V. Scbaugh returned last ight from Little Rock where he ttcnded to biislness for (\vo days. Mrs. T. G. Seal, who has been erlously ill nl tile Gartley Ram ly hospital in Memphis from : crvous brcnkdown, Is much bet r today. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Fatten have s their guest Mrs. ration's sister !rs. O. H. Hurley, of Newporl returned home Sunday withi trs. Patlon who spent, several days Here. Mrs. W. L. Homer and son hnvc cturncd from Whentlcy. Ark., vherc they visited relatives lor a veek. Mr. Homer went for them iunday. George R. Crockett left today for i business trip to Poplar DIulf and other |K>lnU of southeast Missouri. Miss Marguerite Pelclt. of New Orleans, islt lodny for DCS Molncs, lown, after siKiiding several days vllh Mrs. H. T. Rylce, She formerly lived here. Thursday Night LUXORA, Ark.—The naccalau'r- 'ale service for Ihe seniors of jiixorn high school wis hold at the ilgh school auditorium Sunday, -lay 10, at 11 n. in. . Tlio Rev. C. O. Hnll delivered the, 3ncc;iln\lreatc sermon. Special music was furnished by n choir, and a trio consisting of Mrs. J. M. Ma- ors, Mrs. P. B. Kliuolvln and Mrs. B. O. Wllklns sang "Still With nice." The graduation exercises for the Uixorn higlv school seniors will be held nt tlia high school auditorium Thursday evening, Mny 14, at 8 o'clock. The program is as follows: Invocation Rev. C. O. Hall Junior Tribulc, Charlrs Bllllngsley Snlutory Madeline Majors Mantle Oration .. C. B .Wood Jr. Valedictory Graduation Address Mildred Majors Rev. P. B. Klnsolvln Song —"Al the End of a Perfect Dny"—Mildred Gnlycati Presentation of Diplomas. The members of the senior class are: Madeline Mnjors, Mildred Majors. Madge Davis, Mildred Gal- yjan. Morlnc Fardcccey, Esther Whitney, Victoria Laylc, c Weed Jr.. Cnrroll James C. O. Hall Jv., John Evans. Frank Robinson. Fred Shoelin. A. B. Roraell. On Tuesday afternoon nt. 2:30 o'clock there will Ire a formal pre- tcnladon of Ihe Senior Memorial, a flag pole, on the school campus. An npproprinlc program lias been nrranged by the members of the class. iJancy Sawyer, who is seriously ill. They were joined here by their sisters, Mrs. Boyles of BlytheviMc ami Mrs. M. T. Olds of Paris, Tenn. Mrs. Sawyer's condition today is reported unimproved. F. A. White spent Mother's Day wllh his mother, Mrs. J. Walter White. In Conway, Ark., He wns accompanied by D. S. Lancy. who was a business visitor In Conway over the week-end. : Mrs. O. E. Massenglll was called to Harrisburg Monday following the sudden death of her father, A. S. Bradshcr. Sir. Massengill will join her there today where funeral services will be held from the family residence. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hayden of Carulhersville, Mo., s|«iil the week-end here with Mrs. Hayclen : 5 parents, Mrv and Mrs. W. L. Moore, | and her grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Sawyer. Mr. arid Mrs. John Douglas ars the parents of a daughter born at (heir home here Slay 4th. She has been named Peggy Anne. . Mrs. A. W. Bown and Mrs. S. M. Hodges ' returned yesterday from a visit with Mrs. Hodges, Mrs. R. M. StoVall, and Mr. Stovnll at Soudan, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle siKnt Sunday in Jonesboro, with their ttaughlf r, Miss Elizabeth Doyle, who attends Jonesboro A. and M college. Announcements arc received by friends In Osccoln of HID marriage of Miss Norn French of Shreveport, La., and Dr. James S. fiortar of Rayville, La. Miss French lormer- y lived in Osceola and has many friends here. The ceremony was performed in Oak Grove, La., and the couple will make their home in Rayvllle, where Dr. Sortar Is a practicing physician. Mrs. L. Howton is reported improving as rapidly as passible following a serious operation )>cr- formed nt the Dapiist hospital In Memphis Thursday. Mesdames Emma Brickey, J. Y. Jones, and George Abrey of Osce- otn and Mrs. P. M. Bonds of Luxora visited Mrs. L. Howton at the Baptist hospital in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. John Cramer is in the Baptist hospltnl In Memphis where ihe is under the care of a socialist. Opens Beauty Shop OSCEOLA, Ark.. May 12.—Mrs. Alma Wise has opened the Alma Urauty. Shoppe in Ihc Masonic building on Highway 01 in Dsccob. Mrs. Wise wns formerly associated with Mrs. Boriun in the Borum Ucauly Shop. probable trick, but these are handled with an original bid of three, which requires partner lo go to. Holding three quick tricks or better nnd no biddable suil, bid six no trump. On all minimum holdings which nrc less than described 'nlwve, you must answer with two no trump. iles Healed Alter 20 \'ears Mrs. U. E. Mast, 81V South 7th St.. Goslien, Ind., who was entirely healed of 1'ik-s and other Rectal Trouble after buffering 'M \cari, urges all Tliurnttiii sufferers lo write The .t Minor Clinic, Suite. 71!), D2ti McGce St., Kansas Cuy, Mo., ior a new tree copyri^'liti:il nook which teils all about iiumoi-r- hokls (piles), fistula and other forms ol rectal diseases and which fully explains n safe, iiiru, mild treatment that has restored more than -10,000 afflicted people to re- health, obligation. There is no cost or —Adv. Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 31-1 cMr. Car YOU BE THE 11.EAD Uic comparison of conalruo tiori and prices outlined In-low anil judge for younsi-lf. Why should anyone take chances with special brand tires of unknown manufacture when you can buy Firestone quality tires at no extra cost? \Ve savo you money and serve you liel- tcr Ixx-ausfl of Firestone's direct buying of mhbcr and collon — undivided interest in building tires — owning their own factories, IliR most efficient in the world — and their great economical distributing and standardized service system. Conic in today—we will give you inore value for your dollar. Now yon can buy £ ^ GUM-DIPPED TIRES/or all d up College Mistake for Some Girls, Says Aged Dean WELLESLEY. Mass.. (UP)-For some girls it is a mistake lo go ID collcgo, in Ihc opinion of Ufan Alice Waltc of Wcllcslcy Collcpo, who is soon to retire after 35 years' sen Ice. Young women should conslfcr their iulures seriously before committing themselves lo four year? With sufficlonl \vnler dammed up of academic activity which might in the Elephant Bulle reservoir, prove of little benefit to Item, :ic- ncar here, to supply Ihc reason's cording lo Dean Waite. SEATTLE. (UP)—Willie- digging for fish worms. George W. Bummers unearthed a complete set of counterfeiting dies for the manufacture of spurious $20 gold pieces, silver dollars and half dollars. Elephant Butte Reservoir Brighteni Crop Outlook HOT SPRINGS. N. M.. (UP1- needs, farmers 111 New Mexico ami Texas, receiving walcr from the dnm for Irrigation, need not worry over their crops. L. R. Fiock, superintendent o[ the Irrigation project, also said prospccls are bright for a fair increase from the annual snow run-off soon due. If the run-oft Is normal, It will provide a two- years' suply, he believes. "H Is a great pity Ihal girls fc?; thrre is a stigma attached to nci going lo college, nnd thnt once m college ihcy feel it is disgrace ti leave and make oilier plans" she MJ'S. K.Alltcr Rusincss Slumps YUMA. Arizona.. lUP) _ TI rattlesnake business isn't \\hat ''' Corn, Callous, Hoots and Al Come Out—I'ain Gone Instantly. SHOKS I)ON'T~HUKT RESULTS GUARANTKE1 The quantity of water now in here w ...„. ,„.. ... storage. Is 1,243.431 acre fee!. Dur-.tlors were caught and Ing 1030 there wns an actual <v?-1 far Ihis ' '' sold " Many a. man nnd woman 1ms ex claimed O-Joy when they found their conis and callouses gone- pain gone—and shoes hurling n more. Pay a, dime for an envelope d six O-Joy Corn Wafers. Press a water, thin as |>ai>cr, on th oi'rn, slip on shoes, pain is gone later peel off wafer and out come corn, callous, roots and all. Abso I'.itely guaranteed, No bulky dough aat pads or burning ncirts. Jual ; .1 wafer, thin as paper. Avoid high O-Joys an yet. Six fo: COMPARE CONSTRUCTION and QUALITY M»re BuUwr Vol.-<u. In. ,Mora Weight : M*ra Width -In. Mon Tlnck- n«a— in. til Tread •to«*Prfcc« 4.f»-al Ttr. Oir T\n 17* Ifc.W 4-75 isxelil anal Mall 161 15.73 4.74 .57» 5 *.»«-19H.B.7lro Olf Tin 198 as.js 5.98 .840 8 SII.40 Bn.d Hill O^daTin »*7 26.80 5.84 .8ZI 7 $11.40 DoabtC Oumrmttet —F.vcry l!n- ninnuraclnml l>v Fircjtnnc br«r» ihe name '^'Htl^'lOM 1 '." and rurrics Firostoftc*fi unlimited guar.inlec nntl ours. Ynn nro donblj- protcctcif- * A "Spcrial Rr.inil" Tire is made lir n in.inu- faclurcr for dislribnlors fnch as mail order no««cs, oil companies nnd others nmlrr ,-\ mme ihnlrfocs not idrnlifv the lire m.imifarltircr to lli<- liublir, tmially IK*»U!C he builds his "fml line" tirrs under hi; own numc. Firestone puls his name on crrrr llro he makw. COMPARE THESE PRICES AUTOMOBILE Manufacturers do not Jakn dinners vifh special brand lircs. Wliy ehnnlil you lake tlic risk n'licn you can save money by buying rircstonc quality Old field type, our Hervicetogcllier \vitli (he double guarantee of Fireslonc and oiirsc vcs. TFc fj'jrl 7iffnic tJtK IcniliiiQ rcp/nrr uirnr .-;rr.% SIARE OF CAR FnrH "I Chevrolet / Chevrolet Fnr.l Ford ^ Chevrolet 1 Wtlipprl J Frskini* L 'Plymouth J [Chandler DcSoln _. Dodge Duranl 'Oralmm-Pnigej fltMWCvnlt _ Willja-Knigrit K^h 1 Mnrqnrllc ] Oldsnmljile J Bllick Auburn -i .Jordan .. Rco J Canine r "> Marmon Oakland^ IVcrlcsa Sludcliakcr-.. J Chrvslrr * Viking Fr.mVlin Hudson.. US.illc. _ Packard _ I'icrcC'Arrow 'Sltitz. 'Lincoln Tinn size .-10-21 .50-20 ,30-21 4.75-19 I.7S-20 3.00-19 5.00-20 j.25-18 5.23-21 5.50-18 5.50-19 fi.00-18 fi.00-19 f».00-20 6.00-21 6.50-20 7.00-20 <•*.«!. IM«. Kaeh $4-90 S.&O ^ 6.7S *'"» 7.10 7-90 8-S7 S.7S «.»o 11. SO I1.4O 11.50 lt.»S 13. IO 1S.JS l^pcrtll liTin.l Mail Ordfr Tirr Si.98 5.60 6.65 6.75 C.98 7.10 7.90 8.57 8.75 8.90 11.20 11.40 1 1.50 11.63 13.10 15.35 Uar i per ' • S ?.0o 10.50 11.90 IS.IO, 15.&0 I}.80 15.30 1&.73 17.00 i7-3i 81.70 SW.SO! at .33 3Z.60 as. 40 39.90 AH we ask is th'al you come inlo our Service Store and SCC for yo«rse!f sections cut from various tires. Com/Kirc Quality — Connirnction — and Pricet. 777 TIRE & BATTERY STATION

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