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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 19, 1931
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tfev PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY IB, 1931 Society Calendar ' • Wcdntfiday There will be a luncheon at Hie Hotel Noble given by Hie American Legion. Auxiliary In honor of Mrs. Thomas Johnson ot Dermolt. stale president, and Mrs. Jesse Cos ot Little Rock, state secretary. Mrs. J. H. Sleadman is leader of the Delphian program. The New Wednesday Bridge club is meeting with Mrs Randolph 'Smith. Mrs. Joe Von Ahnen Is liming the Matinee Bridge, club, The Central school I j :irent-Ta.i- chcr association is jueeting at Miss Sunshine Swill's room at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Fallen is having the Wednesday club. Thursday Mrs. B. A'. Lynch Is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge club. The Thursday Luncheon club is meeting 1 with Mrs. C. W. Allllck. Mrs. C. W. Illgeinson is having the young Matrons 13rldijc club. •. The Night Bridge club will be- entertained by Mrs. Joe Clifton Watson at Carutlicrsvllle. The Pilgrim Lutheran Guild will meet at trie home of Mrs. If. J Klelndicnst, 1130 West Ash street, at 'l o'clock for a social meeting. • ,.. Friday The Sudbury school will have its closing exercises at 7:30 o'clock. The Woman's club is meet lug nt the club house for the installation of officers. There will be a service at the Temple Israel at 7:30 o'clock. •Vacation Bible School I'lanncd. Mrs. Toiii'W. Jackson wns lend er of the program given at (In meeting of ihe Wouinn's Mission ary society nt the First B.ap'.is church Monday nftcrnoon. "The rlca which Force and the Field" was her sub support, •ject. For (he devotional "Witnessin for Jesus" was the theme with th Bible reference taken from llom ans 0:4, 5 and Acts 8:22. Mrs. A S. Smith was leader nnd Mrs. C E. Wilson offered prayer. Miss Cordelia Wiihilc gave a toll "The Field and'Forces of Souther Baptist "Work." "Tlie Work Southern' Baptists" was the Ilicn dlsciissea by Mrs. J. w. Bisho Mrs. E.--W. Siiinnons spoke on "Ho Our Forces Arc Reached" und story, '.'The Gold'Thread" was Io' by Mrs.'Pleas Sccoy. Prayers we offered by Mrs. C. a. Hires, Mi E. E..'Alexjii]<!<?*"*na "Mrs. J, Bishop. -- •:•"• • •• This group will s|H>nsor the Dai Vacation Bible school to be he the first week in June under 11 auspice sol the church. Coiiimi tecs were appointed to conip!.< these arrangements. Blytheville High School Honor Students IIss Thclma Worthlwjton, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Ray WorUilnetou, valedictorian of the city high chool this year, miidc ft new record when she piled up ^108 quality points in her four years ol high chool work. Second honors were divided between Miss Maurlnc Branson, daughter^ of Mr. and Mrs. -U. S. Branson, and Miss Katharync. Uenton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. From left to right: Miss WorlliJngton, Miss Branson and Miss Denton. Lillian Brlicoc rendered Iwo voice selections. Mrs. Eoss Stevens, president, ipokc brefly of Ihc work being done in Africa In the prologue ol lie pageant. Thirty other women mid children were included lu the irodudion. The offering Uikcn will be sent to tlie five mission stations in Af- this church helps to Council Has Devotional ' Mrs. E. M. Terry, of the Hai» division, was In charge of the de- volioal for the meeting of tho woman's council of the First. Christum church Monday niter- noon nl (he home of Mrs. W. T lianicU. The hostess served sandwiches cake and coffee in the social hour As (he women sewed plans were formulated for a bake sale Saturday. Cirrlcs Have Monthly EW'ciini;* Circles ot the woman's missionary sociely of the First Methodist church mcl Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Criggcr entertained circle 1 nt her home at Armorel. The II Ganske After dinner cards were played. Misses Margaret Gray, Katlicrlne .lavtln, Mildred Moore, Mary Alice Taylor and Elizabeth Burncttc were present. Scouts Have Treasure Hunt, Members of tlie Girl Scout Troop No, 1 had a treasure hunt Saturday evening with two groups of tlie 15 present following maps to their destination. The girls reaching McLcotl's pas. lure last cooked the supper for the Ecouts and Misses Frances Miller. Monta Hughes, Nollle Kcrr and Frances Parker who were also present. Predicts Return of Alfonso Huffman News Arthur Ennls entertained wjth i. dance at his home Saturday night. ' large crowd attended. . Miss Florence Stokes spent Saturday night with Miss Goldlc Bleil- BOC. The program given by the Huffman school pupils Friday night was well attended. Mesdames L. !•', Moore and Smith Braekin and Lora Mae Copcland motored to Blytheville Friday afternoon. Miss Essie Mac Stokes spent last week-end with Mrs. A. L. Beavers. A. S. Miller and grandson, Ralph Forrester of Cooler, Mo., were guests of .Mesdames Cccicl Sayrc, H. H, Green and L. P. Moore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bowlds of near Tyler, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 13. H. Williamson Buii- day. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Bradtin had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1,. crabh and daughter, Geraldinc and Mesdames Tcnnie Bracken and Emma Beavers. A large crowd attended Ihe lirst aseball game of the season here unday nftcrnoon. ilullnmn won •er No, 8 and Recce. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Klsscll and jugliler, Minnie, were guests of Mr. ud Mrs. Smith lirackeu Sunday Iternoon. Misses Lora Mae Copcland and lorcncc Stokes and Messrs. Bud asslday and Thomas Hale motor- 4 to SlctHe and Blytheville Sunday Iteiiioon. Miss Maxine Concland visited liss Florence Stokes Sunday. Hulon Holmes of West Memphis •as the week-end guest ol Miss iildred Ray. Miss Lora Mae Copcland visited liss Goldis Bledsoc Sunday. [Mrs. Helen L Brackin Heads Huffman P. T. A. HUFFMAN, Ark.—Mrs. Helen L. Brackin was elected president of the Huffman Parent-Teacher association at a meeting last Thursday. Oilier officers for the coming year are Mrs. George K. Perry, vice president. Miss Ulvlan Merrill, secretary, and Mrs. J. T. Walker, treas- A number of new members joined the association. present Iward Mrs. O. C. lead the devotional In which Mrs. W. W. Hollipcler offered prayer. It was planned to Armorel P.. T. A, Officers Installed. Officers of the Armorel school for next year were installed in a meeting held at Ihe school Wednesday afternoon. They are: Mrs.• T. E. Tale, president; Mrs. M. S. Eurgc, first vice ' president; Mrs. J. G. Manes, second vice president; Mrs. R. A. Neal, secretary; Mrs. Jesse Ridcnour. treasiirer; Mrs. C. E. Criggcr, historian. Mrs. Crigger was in charge of tlie installation. Mrs. Tate, after assuming charge of the meeting, presented Mrs. J. R. Slcadman, retiring president, with the emblem of the National Congress of Parents-Teachers, nnd Mrs. Alice Womack, program chairman lor the past year, was presented :v gift in appreciation lor her activities. . Tiie hostesses were Mcsdnmes J. R. Lowcry. J. H. Smotlierman and J. T. .Ashley a\ * * * Attend Boat Dance. Included in the large number who attended the boat dance at Caruthersville last night were almost 50 Irom this city. "The Capitol" plied up and down Ihc Mississippi river from 0:30 until midnight with : negro orchestra furnishing popula tunes. Refreshments were served on the upper decks of the boat at tables gaily decorated. Among those from here were: M: and Mrs. Henry •Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purvis, Misses Juanita Smith and Mary Louise Taylor, Oscar Hardaway. Whi Goodman, Fred Matthews. Mrs. G E. Kecfc and daughter. Miss Margaret Keck" and RinJde Wettinkamp Miss Maurice. Gravcttc and George Henry, Miss Sclma. McKinnon and Fred Flccman, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman demons, Miss Kathcrinc Law Icr and Byron Mackay of Cariith ersville, Ellis Johns, Bill Sccoj James Edwards, Carl Smith, Miss Othus Bracken and Woodrow Fish er, Miss Marjorie Stewart and Ben uett Bernard. Miss Mary France Stacy anci s. Nolle, Farmer Eng land, Veff Rowland, Joe p. Prid jr., Sammic Johns, Louis Freema. Adolph Crafton, Miss Doris Crow der and R. A. Eades, Miss Maga- lenc McKinnon and Charles Crow- dcr, Harmon Robinson. Pajreanl Presented "From Africa's Sunny Fountain" was the themti of a pageant presented by the woman's auxiliarv of the First Presbyterian church'last evening in wlcbraling the birth- clay of the organization. Mrs. c. R. Babcock directed the two acts in which there were interesting tableau scenes and a meet with Mrs. Hollipeler next month. The hostess served refreshments. Driver Grove The licv. W. H. Springer of Blytheville will conduct'church services at Driver Grove Saturday night and Sunday morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Gardner of lllythcvlUc visited in this- vicinity Tuesday. Shorty Alexander spent the week end with his parents at Leuchvtlle. Richard Hall of Clear Lake sjicnl Thursday night with Charles Springer. Mrs. Frances Kelly of Blytlicvillc spent the week-end relatives -groups claol shrdlu vbgkqj xzflfl Circle 2 met with Mrs. Frank Douglas with 13 present. Mrs. A. C, Haley leil the devotional. Reports sowed tliat this group luid sold $51 of Golden Seal buttons, j Mrs. C. W. Ramsey will entertain he group next month. Mrs. J. T. Crowder was hostess o circle 3 when eight members at- ended. The devotional, from Mathew 5, wns given by Mrs. Herman Iross nnd Mrs. A. M. R. Branson iffercd prayer. Circle 4 had a luncheon at the liurch with 18 present. Mrs. Ira 3ray gave tlie study nnd Mrs. J. S. Crilz presided in the business ession. The hostesses were: Mcs- lamcs T.oy Welch, C. R. Hamilton, Rilcy B. Jones, Frcd^Warrcn nnd •~loyd Acton. lave Meeting The woman's missionary union of the Second Baptist church met with Mrs. Clint Dimlap Monday ifternoon with 15 members nnd two guests present. For the devotional Mrs. Cecil Peter nnd Mrs. Mary offered pruycr. The here. A large crowd from here attended the closing exercise at Lone Oak school Thursday and Friday nights. Charles Springer s|>ent Satuvday nighl with Nolan Langley at Trashy Lane. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Alexander of Leachvllle visited Mrs. Claude. Jones Sunday. BRIDGE Series Explaining the Contract. iiml no trump bids of o:ic Is as I lollows: first hand i'j nil lund i:; Bridge Systems WM. E. McKliNN'EY 'Jhlrd hand I-'uui'tli liLiml Ihis strength 11 must l;e dUtnlmt- cd in at three dilK-r.'tit suits. if a hand irunlaiiu only Secretary American Bridge Lcafiue During the past seven or eight wctks we have given you a general outline ol several popular con- ti act bridge Lidding systems. Each I system has many followers and , a lllin i, 11Uin count , j t . must a !su cun- Ihere is no question but what any mn at i £ait tv;0 q U i ck mcjui w „ Eood contract system will arrive at ] |, , Me K(m i imb more uiu'i ii le the correct declaration in the great ,,,i lllmum coum . one and OM-hLic majority of hands. No one system will work perfectly in every case. Each authority can select tlie hand that will suit only his system. Tlie Vi'i£(>r has compiled what is It's Strawberry Tune Among Canning Clubs Strawberries are being canned and preserved by women of Mississippi county in an intensive . , llmllv . ull campaign waged this month under known as the McKenncy system J OU( ._| 1B ,|? the aircclion of Miss Cora Lee; I or contract bidding. While th, Coleman, home demonstration agent.- At the same time tile boys in the 4H clubs are actively, engaged in tlie riddance of garden and field hibccls. The itcntiary this week for the county agricultural and dcmoii- inajor portion of it is a comiiosite system, the betlei 1 features having been selected from various systems, it also inculcates several new and interesting angles lor contract bridge, the lust ami most important of which is the use of Ihe one slvation agents is: Monday, Prom- I ovu: . one and secondly the Lidding ise Land Woman's clubs; 'Tuesday, I 01 four-card suits anead of five or Red Line anil Kciscr 411 clubs; | six-card sull Wednesday, Yarbro and Ulackwatcr! 4H cluta; Thursday, Highlovver 4H club and Durdctle 411 ^ Wo- ^ man's club which is meeting at, tl-.e home of Mrs. W. itolsey Bar- Bcsf Friday, Oak 4H club; Saturday, county council meeting here. The foundation of the system is i aid entirely, on quick tricks—pail- '.crs to determine the number ui uick tricks between them. Ii nnt- ually follows that the missing high •ard tricks will he quickly cashed by the opponents unlCii the custri- bution ot the hand is such that a Mrs. Albert Lane of I/mc Mrs. Loin Overtoil and Mrs. Oak. Vcrn Parks lead from the tenth chapter of Second McAllister mission lesson wns given by Mis. Leslie Moore and Mrs. Picas Kinics dismissed the meeting with prayer. Auxiliary'Mecis Mrs. Robert E. Lee King was leader of Ihe dcrolioiul period tor the Woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church Monday nft- crnoon at the church. She used the first chapter of First Corinthians for (he scripture reference with a theme "Christ in Africa." Mis. R. S. Molt led in prayer. Mrs. J. E. Bell, vice president, presided in Ihc business meeting when reports were heard. White were guests of Mrs. Minnie Russell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Springer Friday night. Mr. «nd Mis. Clarence Leatherwood of Blyllie'villc spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boies. Claude Jones attended the ball game nt Lone Oak Sunday. Frank Sackrider nud Ted Brock attended a dance at Gosncll Saturday night. Henry and Thomas Games, Charlie nnd Troy Blgham and Clillord Gaincs spent last week-end in Os- ccoln. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin People visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wicker Sunday. Russell Springer sjKint Saturday night with Richard Hall at Calumet. Miss Bessie Wicker nml Pleas Yr.rbro visited Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Wicker Sunday afternoon. Irene and Odes Russell wore dinner guests ol Lavcrn and Ruby Settoon Sunday. Litlle Charlie Wicker who has been visiting his grandparents a: Blytheville for a few days, returned home Thursday. Mrs. A. J. Wicker sp^nt Thursday with Mrs. C. T. Wicker at lily- Urevlllc. Tonia Ln LIB. IS, famed Spanish >oauty and one of" the; royalist efugees in this country since Al- 'onso XIII abdicated, slopped in Dallas, Tex., and predicted the Spanish ixople will soon be dissatisfied with Republican govern- Lone Oak Items Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lobby re- urnud to Cleveland, Miss., Saturday morning after visiting their laughter; Mrs. Lawrence Powell or several (lays. Mrs. Lillian Milan returned to icr home at Memphis Sunday after i week's visit with her sister, Mrs E. B. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. wess Tomliuson mcl Mrs. Buck Touilinson motore<1 o Luxora Friday. Mrs. E. B. Walker and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Laurence ""owell.' • Miss Alma Nccdham, Hazel Walk', Bernlce and Eunice Jarrett were dinner guests of Mavorlene Davis Sunday. School closed Friday and a nice program was presented by the graduates. Tile class follows: Mnvorlenc Davis, Floyd Davis, Bcrnice and Eunice Jarrett, Wess Carl Richardson and Geneva Ashabrnnner. Louis- Walker is visiting relatives in Memphis for a few weeks. He will have liis tonsils removed while there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Powell Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lobby and Mrs! Lillian Milan motored to Ashport landing Tuesday for an oulhig. Virginia Richardson of Gosnell spent Saturday nighD with Mavor- lene Davis. Gladys Grimes of Gosnell was the guest of Miss Eddie Williams Friday night. Urge Attendance at Pre-School Clinks Children of Mississippi county who will in September enter school for the first time are being urged to attend the pre-suliool clinics being held throughout (he county this month. Parent-Teacher associations are cooi>erating in the movement, under the direction of Mrs. N. B. Mcnard, of this city, state chairman of the summer round-up. This week round-ups are being held at Gusnell Wednesday an<l Dogwood on Thursday. The last conference held was at Arniorcl when 13 children from Armorel, Hullman and Forty and Eight were examined. i quid; tucks aie suliicuiit, me count, to Justity un original no trump bid of one. Original 1:0 trump bids are also made on hands containing iv/a jmi tricks ana nu biddable suit. Under the writer's system or contract bidding, Ihc cbjocl. is u> pass as much ijitoruiation as [ivjiiuie bad; and 1'urth by intchycm u;u- and thereby approach me Lvst bid n; the combined ai cards, iheri.- luis Lucre are very lew hunUj that should Ix; upcntd with oir: nu it Limp which contjiln a b:c!.'lalnc tour-card suit, iiov.ever, u iir. 1 jlh is riisinbiitcd in icur DUHS and ti:e Iour-c:ird tuit is r.uner \it-ak, t!m no trump may be- sr- icct'.d in urt'fcri'iicc- to a suit \Vliat you arc endeavoring! io icii your pannur \viien you imike un ui bid ct one no uunii) ii inay be found for losing lonie cards Original No Trump Uicls The pitch scale for valuing no .rump hands is without a doubt the simplest method. The pitch scale s as follows: •Ice .................. .. .1 joints King .................. s jiuJnts Quecu .................. ;> poinls •lack ...................... 1 point Tin spat (wlicn hdd with a hifh Jltmir) ........ >/+ point When the hand does not contain an nee, the leu SIHH is given i;o value. The total count required for orig- that your hand contains either the required count or two and one-half quick tricks with no biddable sun— i:i other words, you have distnuiit- Ld strength ana can ujiJouL'tualy support, almost, any bid lit will ma/,e, and if the bin he makes Uo.-'s r.ol still your hand, you cm continue witn no trump. Walpole Electric Shop Funs Cleaned and Kcpuircd Phone 314: Armorel Junior High Receives Approval The Armorel Junior high school has been approved by the stato department ol education for nexi year. The elementary school was given a rating of "B" for next year. Dr. Paul F.McCut chen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 mcnt and Bourbon. will recall Alfonso de She is shown above. Bits of News Mostly Personal Claw <iocs On Oulinj. Mrs. George Shank's Sunday school class of the Lake Street Methodist church enjoyed an oul- Ing Saturday afternoon at Harris' park. Only, boys arc Included in the group. « « * Tn Entertain Tonijhl Members of the Young Matrons Bridge club and their husbands will be guest* ol Mr. and Mrs. Cr'awfoAi Greene . tonight for a bridge dinner. • • • Dinner Party Given. Miss Martha Lee Hall was hoslcss to a delightful dinner parly Friday evening. The six girls enjoyed a delicious three course menu served at vtiDi.Ltt xr.,»i« v. iu i — ..-.-,« u.m. v.uu,cv miuu aer\ea ai pl*>lct. Music by Ihs church choir one table which had for Us ccnter- added feature and Miss] piece a low bowl of garden blossoms. Dogwood Ridf/e News Tlie P. T. A. met wiih Mr?. Andy Barker at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mr.' and Mrs. V. Garrctt and children visited Mr. Garrett's mother SujKlay. Lovic Gunter was n dinner guest of V. C. Spradberry Sunday. Ruby Wright is visiting her aunt this week-end. Pauline Garrett is spending n ie\v days in Memphis this work. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Spradberry Is Improving after being seriously i!l with scarlet fever. Jake Vaughn spent last week-end with Ills sister at Si. IKKILS. A large 'crowd attended (he ball game at Lutes corner Sunday afternoon. Several from here church terviccs at Shady Lant Sunday. * * J. L. Gooch of Hnntsviile. Ala., Is (he guest of his sister, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, and family, for several days. Miss Lucllc Sanly returned to her home in Rose Clair, !![., yesterday after sianding a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McFariaud. Clarence Volhncr left loday for Greenville, Miss., where he will spend several days. Mrs. Ray Hall and Miss Gladys Ilarham arc spending today in Osceola as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barham. Mrs. B. R. Allen has gone to Greenville, Miss., for n month's visit with her sister. Mrs. N. Johns spent yesteid.iy In Memphis with her brother, s! G. Saliba, who is ill at the U.ipllst hospital. Mrs. C. M. Gray and sou. Marlon, accompanied by Mrs. Lucy McAdams. Mrs. Leslie Hoo;>;r and Miss Clime Webb, are spend ins; today in Memphis. Mrs. Harry Kirby, accompanied by Miss Henrietta Wtikin.-. of Pine Bluff, went to Paragould Sunday for the day. Mrs. Franklin wil- bourn returned with them a (ter spending two days with M r < Kir by. Mr. and Mrs. • Jack Ap;>V!>run Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kwcsill ' spent Sundny in Mcniphs where they altcndcd the Junior Hass- annah dance at the Hov iv-i- body. Mrs. Stanford Walker ar.<i «o-i o f Muskogcan, Mich., .ire a!;,•.•.• s ' Mrs. Walker's parents, M r "" -..., Mrs. E. M. Judd. Brier '•,.' ..!-' li.ige Mrs. Walker w.u M-, s ' o, Mae Judd, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. I-.n.,,- b i,j as (heir guests y^u-:V,v MI Frank Hirbftll ,,f lirap., ;.:,;••., ' nnd Mrs. Louis Diiim of Kf:::,^- Courier News Want .\;!r. p.. Little Wilson News Miss Editli Morris was the guest of Miss Eletha Law-horn Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Humble entertained a number of their friends with a dunce Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Liies were guests of Mrs. Lilcs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Humble of Ross, Sluiday. Mr. and Mrs. Ramey and family of Highiwcr ." : ere gurels of Mr. and Mrs. Wzdc Simpson Sunday. Among Ihosc who attended the dance Wednesday night were: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Roberson, Claude Cook, Percy Bledsoc and Misses Opal and Christcl Bledsoc of Higli- lowcr. A large crowd attended church Sunday night nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bradford. Maine To Display All Native Trees Vacation tips for mothers Summer.. vacation lime for everyone hut Mother. I'or her, the months from June to September arc filled u-ith new duties in addition to her regular tasks. Groups of boisterous youngsters with llicir inany requests, their interruptions. Days arc too short for all the things she must do. To all of you, why have vmvcj that indeed a woman's work is never June, we offer a few su^cstiuns. AUGUSTA, Me. (W>— Development of the State I'ark, situated in front of the Slate Capitol here, as an aborelum for displaying every tree native to Maine, has been announced by the State i'ark Commission. The commission has outlined a 10-year program which Includes the planting of certain trees each year. This year will be planted approximately 150 trees Including horse chestnut, beach, red pine, oaks of scarlet, yellow, red. chestnut and white varieties, Scotr.h pine, basswood, spruce and larch. : ELT SICK AFTER EATING "None of my -food agreed with mo — I would frequently («stc wliat ! ale, long after my meals, nnd I did not see a well day for weeks," savs Mr. Peter Sceger, 329 S. Kim wood St Kansas City, llo. "1 Ijoifan taking a pinch ot Black-Drnnxht artcr each meal, anil kept this up tor work*. Gr.uiually the |..iln toft mo anil 1 Ifevi t» [«•! lutlrr I ronzctl to 1« Iroubtel T, llh fa^ and could cat what I IIXcJ,'* ThedforcTs m " BLACK- j DRAUGHT 1 For- CONSTIPATION, I INDIGESTION .BILIOUSNESS Visit CHICAGO from your home for $1.05 CEHCAGO . . . towering huiUSings . . . roirofihc I/x)p district . . . bcj«- tifu] La'-cc Shore Drive . . . frinuls u-Jio live in this colorful city . . . busnicso ai- ftxiaccs thcic. And it's all ns near .is jour telephone! Just nsk for "Lor.g Distance" ... and you're thtrc, Fast . . . you're usually connected while you hold the line, C/fttr ... as a IOCA! oil. l tiuring d S:o Lose in ml . . . you ran c.ill reduced rate periods after / am! o'cloc'jc at n;ght. Use the fotvoicchigtiw.iy between here and Cli[c.igo for three minutes tonight ... or any night. Call a fnerui. Call » lehlivc. Call akiiincss aci|u.<in:am-c. Sec for yourself how much |\.-asi:rc ar.J profit ioug oistanec can mean to yen. ' Rftt fv ibtt-ixs™ \ How cs telephone helps a housewife If you haven't a iclc;iliniu-, we suss;c.-it lhat you learn lirst liaml wh:it 311 31A one can lie. [t »iics Io the grocer for you. To ijic hater, i!ic liutciicr. It orders ... quickly... lumLi^s :\m] ilisinfcclants for liruisccl fingers and toe.-. It Vurur; ihe iloc'tor hurrying to Iwk after yo'.iihtul ailm-jins. Even the cliil(!u-ii will use it in planning parties, hiking trips Mil the like. Try n (deplume this summer. See how it enables yon to do more work in le ? s iim;, to tjij.iv leibiirc more thoroughly, to meet emergencies |>ror.i|nly... nil for a few cents a day. §2.00 n Mondi. Put your telephone on haif-pay during vacation your tdi-jilioiic 0:1 ^^ vac.iti<ui h.ilt'-raics while *= you arc away this sum- HMT. You save moncv, 'n; u-jt-piiuiK' iHirnl:eraiid \ - our name i: iqvuini- b.*iK ('.-,',i; during umr I'eiH'e i'a'1 he tiLjiisfci.vil to annilicr irlcphuiic. aCulion rale-, apply to rr>iilcr.< t iclcnhn'u: 1 - for keep your rcni.iin> i: SOUTHWESTERN 8 E t I. B, :i T E I E P II O N t

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