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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLB. '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY 3\IA\' 20, iflp.l Society Calendar The Jewish Ladies Aid society will meet in Osceola at the home Of Mrs. L. K. Ilanvars will'. Mrs. Rowland Wolforl, Mrs. E. M. Jaffee und Mrs. Joe Isaacs also hostesses. Mrs. Randolph Smith Is entertaining (la? New Wednesday Uridgc club. Mibs Margaret Cross Is ciilcr- t»lhlni; tlic Matinee Urlilgc club Mrs. W. B. Tuimer is having (lie Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday fli-s. C. W. Atflick Is hostess to th« Thursday Luncheon club. Tlic Mid-Week Bridge club IB meeting with Mrs. O. i'. Moss. .*. Frldty Mrs. J. W. Shousc and Mrs. Herschal Smart will entertain the Fi- defts Sunday school, class of tlic First Baptist church at 3:30 o'clock at tlic 5 ho use home. C'irctrs Have Social Meetings Circles of the woman's mission ary union of the First Baptist church had social meetings Monday afternoon. The first group wa scnlcrtalncd by Mrs. Pleas Sccoy when 12 members and one guesl attended. Mrs. J. W. Bishop read from the fifth chapter of second Corinthians .lor the scripture lesson, followed with prayer by Mrs. A. S. 1 Smith. Miss Cordelia Wllhlte conducted ' the lesson from Acts. An ice course was served. Circle 'i met with Mrs. Frank Simmons with eight present. Tlie fourth chapter of Proverbs was read by Mrs. Arcli Lindsay, followed with prayer by Mrs. T. H. Hayucs. After the business session a plate lunch was served. Mrs. John Buchanan enterlaln- ed group 3 when 12 attended,.Including two visitors. Mrs. H. A. Mahan led the devotional and Miss R. G. Cash and Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer ofered prayers. Sherljert and coke refreshed the guests. Circle 4 met with Mrs. Merman Walpob with .nine members and two visitors present. Mrs. Wai- pole conducted the mission lesson and the chairman, Mrs. H. A. Livingston, led the business session. Strawberries olid cake were served. Mrs..Robert Grimes was hostess to.,'circle 5 wliich had five members present. All look part in the devotional.,which was followed \... _ 'iLi'rrt •4Si«fiWv"i*-.-i;i-i*- i i. by a 'social was served. Girtn Shower By Sack-ty lunch YOU'LL KEEPINTHE5WM WITi-J THE NEW BEACH NUMBERS SHOWN HERE.' (HOOMER-BOTrCW ONE-PIECE SUIT OF JERSEY. TXFBOOK AMDfULl-Ov'EflARE-fMW AMD WHITE SfRIPK IllE-LOWER PORTION PUIM NAVV. wrTUfFAHRlCltfTf A VERV BRIEF SUIT CONSIST IHGOFBMSSlEtt-JWD if SI-WOE HiriHiv or- - lE TURKISH-TRAVEL ING COM AT THE-FAR. RIGHT ISINWHITE-WITH ABtACKEMWEM. SriHE IHMEOJATE RIGHT ARE SHOWN THE NEWWRAPOVER. TROUSERS Of SKIPPER BlOEJERStVTOBE WORM OVER THE- e«THIM6SUir. i Bits of News Mostly Personal Society- Osceola 1 —Personal Miss Minnie Foster has returned from Risen, Ark., where he was a member of Hie faculty tills year. She was accompanied homo by Mr. and Mrs. lien H. Lincoln and son, who formerly lived here for a lumber of years when Mr. Lincoln .'as athiollc coach ol the city high chool. He is now superintendent, of the schools at Htson. Mrs. W. C. Eltclson Is spending oday In Memphis. Mrs. N. W. Bright Is HI at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Miss Ocialdluc Richardson luid as her jjucsLs Sunday Mr. and •s. George Spore and daughters, Jerry, Itose and Jackie, of Mcm- ihls. Mrs. Nelll Reed is ill at her home on Davis avenue. John Walker has gone to Louls- •Illc, Ky., for several days stay on business. He motored. Mrs. 'J. M. lava. Mrs. Guy Adams ml Mrs. Franklin Wilbourn, of Paragould, si>enl yesterday In the Ity. Mr. and Mrs Tom W. Jackson have gone lo Memphis where Mrs. Jackson will undergo an operation lor appendicitis at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. Matt Monachal, Jr., and daughter, Barbara, have returned from Louisville. Ky., where they visited Mrs. Moravian's parents. Mrs. T. Ci Seal, who has been 111 several weeks, has returned from (he Memphis Gartluy-Rftmsay hos- pilul, much Improved. Mi-, and Mi's. O. P. Moss arc expected lo return lo<lay from Columbia, Mo., where they attended the funeral of Mr. Moss' uncle, E. V- Stephens, who died Friday. Tlic deceased was a member of the family which founded Stephen College. Tlie. woman's missionary society of the Second Baptist church met with Mrs. J. D. Booker Monday afternoon for a social meeting especially complimenting Mrs. Marvin Lane. Mrs. Lnne, who recently purchased a home on Highway El, was showered with an interesting assortment of Bills for the home. • 'Tlic 15 members and three visitors present heard Mrs. Clyde Ellis lead the program witli the pastor, the Rev. J.L.Newsom, reading from the Bible and offering prayer. Mrs. Leslie Moore, Mrs. C. W. Pcn- dcrgrass, Mrs. Pleas Kines, Mrs. B. A. Morris and Mrs. Mary McAllister took part. In the social hour the hostess served sandwiches, Iced lea, ice cream top)>cd with strawberries and cake. • • * Firm Women Have a. Demonstration Meeting Fifty, farm women of Mississippi county, csiiccially Interested food preservation, attended demonstration at the Woman's club Saturday afternoon when Miss Huby Mcndenhall, stale food preservation specialist, gave a demonstration specialist, gave b demonstration and icclurc. Along with the meeting was the meeting of the county council of Home Demonstration clubs with ranged several talks concerning the salaries and bmlgcls of business women, what they save and what they should save. • * • Miss Aenrs Bailey Wins Much rralsc Miss Agnes Bailey, formerly of this city and now ol Seymour, Mo., is receiving much praise for her singing while on n visit'at Springfield, Mo. In a feature store, taken from « paper of that city, Miss Bailey's life is interestingly told. Although >llnd she has ability to do normal lungs and is now studying for the. concert stage. While hi Springfield she is singing over the radio, at .he Lions and Rolary clubs, at several churches and club meetings. Besides her music, she has several hobbles such as swimming, dnncing, picnicking, reading and typing—and she does all of them well. Slic is a graduate of the Missouri school for the Blind and Perkins institute. Miss Bailey, who made her home and Mr. Bader, for a number of wilh her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Badcr, years, frequently visits them. Knlrrlnln With ]lrUl£c And A DamiJH I'nrty Misses Imogene Crowder am Alccn McKiiinon, of Armorcl, en tcrtained ten couples last evening Mrs. H. C. D;w. president, in 1 at the home of Mrs. J. A. llass. charge. Eleven clubs were represented, delegates being present from Dogwood, New Liberty, Lone Oak, Promise Land, Lcachvillc, Pawhcen, Boynton, Shaftnce, Lux- era, Nodeua and Perry. The state official score card was adopted wilh the following score: container, 15; flavor, 20. It was announced thr.t all entries in the county fair this year must have their food in the standard uniform containers ot square quarts wilh glass tops for all fruits and vegetables, the square pints with glass tops for all pickles and preserves, other than whole )>each and pear which may be put into quarts. The straight side 0 ounce jelly glasses lor Jelly and the 8 ounce catsup bottles for catsup and the quart Irult Juice bottles for all fruit juices. Mrs. E. H. Crook, Mrs. II. C Dew and Mrs. Walter Wood tie: for first honors in tlie judging contest. A carton of exhibit jars vas divided among them. Lunch was served at the noor hour. * » » B. P. W. C. Members Hear Slate Representative Mrs. Ben Cunningham, stale representative of Drrdcnclle, Ark., who ts the guest of lier brother-in- law, C. A. Cunningham, was the principal speaker at a meeting of the Business and Professional Women's,club. last evening at tlie Ooff " Ahally, pastor of the Church of he Naznrene, iwrforming Ihc cerc- nony. Staplc.i-Tlildy. THo marriage of Miss Ixitlle Dildy and Mr. Vcrnon Sluples. both »f Manila, occurred in this city Saturday wilh the Rev. A. J. Hill wrfonning Hie ceremony. « * » llctts-I.uclns A marriage license was issued Saturday to Miss Mildred Lucius and Mr. Herbert Belts, both of :iere, ^ • » • L • _ . Jackson-Smothers Miss Edna. Smothers, of Holland, Mo., and Mr. Ovid Jackson, pf here, obtained a marriage license Saturday. Son born Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon announce the birth of a son Monday, May 18. Tlic baby, who weighed ten pounds, has been named Hobby Jean. Mrs. Mary Kcllar, a member of the At\vood, Tcnn., school faculty, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGregor, 800 Clark street. s Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swcarcng- en have as their guest Mr. Swear- en gen's mother, of Tillatobts, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, of Isceohi, arc in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahali went to Princeton, Ky., yesterday for a visit. Miss Mary -Louise Taylor, accompanied by licr brothers, Har-, inon, Jesse and Albert, were In Lexington. Tcnh.. for the week-end with their grandmother, Mrs. John M. Taylor, who is critically ill. 0. C. Adams, Jr., of Cartithcrs- vlllc, Is In the city on business. Mrs. C. A. Hovcy and Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks are 1 In Osceola today. Miss Mary Agnes Alley Is In Memphis for a. visit with Mr. and Mrs- A. J. Davis. Mrs. H. S. Davis and Mrs. I. H. Johnson arc In Memphis today. Fiaybon Sullivan of Harrisburg, county agricultural agent ol Poin- Muslc pupils of Miss Catherine Harwell and expression pupils of Miss Nan Frances Warren will be presented in joint recital tomorrow evening In tlic High School audi- tolumr, the pogram beginning at 8 o'clock. Following is the program: "Night Song", Lynn, Mildred Bradford; "Waltz," Slreclbofc and "Happy Farmer," Schumann, Dixie Lee Quimi; "Carnival of Venice," Ludovlc, and -The LighUiIng Bug," Monl Zucca, Mary Virginia Cromer; "At the Swimming Pool,' Seeman, Jane Flannlgan; "Curious Story," Heller, and "Sweet, Dreams," Holfc, Martha Jane Carlwriyhl; "To a Wild Hose," Mac Uowcllj and "Tlie Avalanche," Heller, Madeline Elic-n Edrington; "To a Toy Soldier," Warner, Vir- lllnlu Nichols; "Eskimo Lullaby," lilake, "The Cello," Blake, and "Indian Hondo," Ferguson, Ethel Jones; "China Blue Eyes," Foss, Mary Ellaibcth Balloue; "Humoresque," Dvorak, and "Scarf Dance," Cliamlnadc, Sam Hodt'es Jr; "Mazurka," Moszkowski, Nora 1'ace; "Aragonaise," Massenet, Virginia Nichols; Cohen on the Telephone," Hare, and "Cell, Sir!," Hare, Jane FlnnnlB'an; "Tango," Albcntz, and "The Dove," Vradier, Dorothy Davidson; "Tlic Secret," Gamier, Nora Pace; "Aunt Hannah Hayseed In the City," Hare, Mary Elizabeth Ballouc; "Serenade," Slndliig, and "Polish Dance," Schaiweiika, Irma suinners; "Ave Matin," Godard, and "Polichin- elle," liochmanlnolf, Bonnie Jean Driver. Miss Montague entertained nformaiiy ut bridge at her home here last evening complimenting her house guest, Mrs. E. E. Slln- g'jriand of Syracuse, N. Y., who ar rived lust night for a short vibll here. Mrs. Sllnt'erlaml, who formerly Miss lone Simpson of Osccola, is en route to her home in New York from Lubbock, Texas where she visited her father, S. E. Simpson. She arrived here last night from Llllle Rock, where she si>ent a few days witti her sister, Mrs. Nina Young. • f * Misses Mary Catherine Ward, Agnes Ward, Annie V. Wacldell and F. A. White's sister, Miss Mildred A Strks Explaining Ilic Contract | bridge. Your hand may contain Bridge Systems six to seven probable [ricks, If AKTIfU: NO. 218 you have unprotected suns and BY WM. K. McKKNNKV Secretary Ami-man Bridge I.MBUC When using lh< McKcnncy sys- lem of contract bidding, tlie great majority ol all original bids are one'of a suit. As explained in our previous articles, original no trump bids are only made when the hand does not contain a good biddable four-card suit. To make an original suit bid of one, not only must, you have at least a good biddable four-card suit, but your hand must coninin two and one-half defensive Irlcks The quick trick table a.s advocated by the writer is listed bcluw: Quick Tricks Acc-kinj of samo suit 2 Ace-iju«n-jack of same suit .. 1! Ace 1 -queen of same Miit 1 Klnj f Quccn-jjcK of same bull \ Ace-queen of same .suit .... 1-1'. Only one queon-Jack must be counted in a hand as one-half [rick for a suit bid. An ace-(]ucen is counted as one and one-half tricks only when it is held with a biddable s-.iit or If partner or right hand opponent has bid that suit. Quick tricks are defensive tricks Your flrst bid should not only indicate to partner thai yr.u have a playable suit, but should also show him that if opponents bid ho car depend uixjn. you to lake t-wp to three tricks against any bid they may make. Quick tricks are the rr Y il basis for valuing hands at contract UoosevelLKeliinis Hoover's Call Hissing ([ulck Irlcks, unlil part- ler shows np wilh IhOoe quick .licks, i'j is easy to undiToUind II the opponents will run these ol before you cun get started will your probable tricks. When your hand contains tw and 0113-hall quick tricks as om lined above and your partner how one and one-hall (ricks, it is sai to say thai the combined liasUs w; make two to three odd. When th combined hands contain five quic tricks, the hands will, in Hie jority of cases, make B.IIIH:. Wil lavorable distribution fun an one-hall quick tricks will prudm. same. Six and one-half lo sew quick tricks will produce a smalt lilam, while seven to eight quick tHcks will produce a grand slam. When bidding lor grand slams, however, Hit conmcl player must also remember that distribution is an Important factor. You may hold eight quick tricks, b'V- with an unfavorable distribution you might find the first trick ruilcd. Never sncillice a sure game for a doubtlul tin-all slam, and under no circumstances gamble for the grand slam when an almost certain small slam is possible. Most aulha-ii:es talk of probable tricks, while niobt experts deal entirely witli distribution and quick tricks— they count their Icsfrs and then determine by partner's bidding if these losers can be discarded ur trumped In his hand. This necessitates sound bidding in older to obtain successiul results. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inc.) Hayli Society—Personal sett county, is in the city on bust-1,„,,,*' h ,| r( ,. While, who returned wilh them to Osceola and is sjKnding a few here tlie guest of Misses Mary Catherine and Agues Ward. Virginia Smith, who has been attending school at M. S. C. W. In Columbus, Miss., arrived home this morning and will spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith. Mrs. W. E. Hunt returned yesterday afternoon from Conway where she attended commencement exercises at Central College, where her niece, Catherine Hugli- cy, was a graduate of tile academic department. Slie was accompanied by Waliicrn Prcwitt Jr. of Osceola and Miss Hughey returned with them and will spend the sum- mar in Oiccola with Mr. and Mrs. Hunt. Mrs. L. O. Clecre, who was threatened with pneumonia and has been seriously ill lor several weeks, is recovering slowly at licr Dancing and bridge wns enjoy cd by the guests who Include' Misses Ulanclic and Lorcnc Suiltli of St. Louis, and Maurice Chcval, of Keiser. Suidwlches an <lc£)d drink wcte served. • * * Have Bible Study Mrs. Marsh M. Callavvay was leader of the Bible study ol tlic Woman's auxiliary the First Presbyterian church Monday afl- rnrKin In a m.?cllng at tlic church. For Ihe last three chapters In Romans, in the study by Gnicc Sax, Mrs. Hoy Walton reviewed Ilic Hill chapter, Mrs. Ross Stevens he 151U and Mrs. Leslie Hooper tlie final verses wilh Mrs. Callaway summarizing Ihc lesson. James will be taken up next iiiunlh. Son Norn Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I,amb. of St Louis. Announce tlic birlh of a sol Friday. Tlie baby w-clglis cigli iwuuds. Mrs. Lamb, who \vas be fore her marriage Miss Pc.u Roach, Is here for an extended Ms It with relatives. • • "* Yarbro-Shnpson. Miss Sue Addie Simpson and M John Yarbro, both ol Kinley, Tciui v.cre. married here yesterday b the Hcv. A. J. Hill. * • • Curlls'-Stonc. The marriage of Miss Ruth Sloi: and Mr. Mlllon Curtis, both o Mrs, Cunningham Tolls Lions of Assembly Service Mrs. Ethel Cunningham of nav- danellc, Yell county, the only feminine member of the 4Slli Arkansas general assembly, unit Miss innin Matthews, president of tlic lyllicvlllc Business and I'rolcs- oual Women's club, were guests ol lylheville Lions at llicir luncheon , Ihc Hole! Noble today. Mrs. Cunningham, who Is vlslt- ig at the home of her brotlier-in- iw, C. A. Cunningham, told sou ling of her experiences as the our oman among 89 men in the KUHI ousc of representatives. She paid tribute to the character and cour- •sy of (he gentlemen wilh wh •ic served, and said she w,is r\=: laity indcblcd to E. E. Alexander f Mississippi county lor hrlp ir earning the legislative and politi- al ropes. The young Misses Alice Ware and .lary Jcon Afllick made a brie appearance before the club in be uilt of tlic annual American Lcv-loi Auxiliary poppy «lc, to be con ducted Saturday. Crawford Greene, past president made a report on (he rcci-m Irlcl Lions convention at t. Hock, at which he and Pu.ji< Max B. Reid represented [lie Hiy thcvillc club. Mr. Reid announced the appointment of Hoscoe Craftou, J. .1. Daly and Jeff Rowland as a contact coiu- S. D. Carjienter, o! Osceola, spent yesterday here transacting business Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stewart and daughter, of Tulsa, Okla., who have been visiting in Harrisburg. III., have returned here for a visit. Mrs. E. C. Emerson, of Hcrnan- do, Miss., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Hall, and family, having come for tlic commencement exercises of the senior class as her grand daughter, Miss Carolyn Hall, is a member. Mrs. W. T. Obersl had ns her uest yesterday, Mrs. S. D. Stilt, I Temple. Texas. Mrs. Still is a iStcr of the late Mr. Oberst. For the program on "Education," _ _ Mrs. Clarence Holder,'chairman of'Stcelc, Mo., took place here Sa Ibe Finance committee, had ar- urday with the Ucv. A. T- Me Harrison Hale Sjieaks to Wilson School Graduates CLINTONVILLE, WiS.. (UP) -art of the great wall of China ands in Ocnlral Park. here, stones and two figures of animals, mugglcd out ol China by Chn- onvillc workmen on a railroad 'rojccl, arc believed to be the only iart ol the wall ever to leave Ilic jrienl. Kbclrlcnl cxiwrls have designed ipp.iralus that phologrnphs a hu- nan licarl in action, showinc a:iy chiinges in Ihc rate ol pulsation and other features that may indicate disease. Automatic vending inmluirs, 'Jcctrically refrigerated, will driver a 5-ccnl bolllc of milk for 10 cents and repay 5 cents \vlini Hie Mlllc Is returned in factory ,lis- ricls ot Philadelphia. "CLASSIFIED ^^ ^^P3Cte». mltlce _bchvecn the club and - Blythcvillc Chamber of Comnirrce. In HiMia great factories are being established on scu-.p O f (he iicrtl-.nru rea lakes, and the -.ra- weei Is being lurued not only into paper but iuio many other materials of great utility. WII.SON, Ark— Dr. HarrUoi Hale, head of the department o! science of tlic University of Arkan- delivered the conimcncemcn address to the 1931 graduating clus; ot the Wilson High School in Ilic school auditorium here Friday eve iiing and diplomas were prcsenlci a class of fifteen graduates. A Inrg crowd filled Ihe auditorium whicl was bcautifuliy decorated for tli occasion in a profusion ol roses am other cut tlowcrs by members of tlv Parenl-Teaclicr association. The valedictory address was givei by Delta Kay and the saiulalor address by Nona Crews. Other grad uates receiving diplomas were llow ard Norwood. Dorothy William: Fred Smith. Lucille Girdley. Cnmil- la C^ulmi, lx)ii Masscy, Evangellne Hendrix. Addle While. Hcrjchal Davidson, II. J. Meadows jr.. Knlv Beaver, Eugene Thompson and Guy Me Alexander. The program Included a chorus by Ihe high school choral club, a vocal solo by Howard Norwood and a girls' Irio by Dorothy Williams, Edith Miiican and Fay Douglas. Scholarship awards were presented as follows: First grade. Johnnie McGIll: second grade. Nellie Lannum; third grade. Jane Williams; fourlli grade, Ruth Shaw; fifth grade, SlFiry Howard Suite; sixth grade. Huby Crain. Thelma Orr won the medal awarded for the best music appreciation book. Ruby Crain lor the most improvement in piano, and Irene Callcdgc won Ihe cas award offered for work in American history. For being neither absent nor lardy during tlic term awards were presented Ncllroyc Thompson, Ruth Shaw. Nellie Lannum. Junior Hudson, Claude Shaw, Archibald Catch- Ings and Carlton Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Philip llamra and aughter. Pauline, wore the guests f Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khourie uiiday. They were accompanied ome by their daughter, Helen [amra who has been visiting in :ic home of the tihourics the past Miss Dclma Miller, who is Blending Lathner business college t Cape Glrardcou, spent the wcek- nd with Misses Cornelia and Plor- da McCoy of this city. Basil Heard and daughters, Maud and Pauline, of Etowah, .rk., were here Monday attending o business and visiting friends, "hey returned home late Monday iflerncan. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes mol- ircd to Memphis early Sunday Horning and attended the graduation exercises of St. Agnes Acad- ••iiiy at which school their-daugh- er, Miss Mary Sue is a student. Dr. and Mrs. Rhodes returned wine late Sunday accompanied by heir daughter. v;ho will spend the mmmcr vacation here. Mrs. Curtis Sawyers visited her sister, Mrs. Tom Wilbanks of Wardell Sunday. J. T. Uucktcy and Joe John accompanied by Julius Kohn of Ken- ictt motored to Carthage, Mo. Sunday lo attend the State Lions convention. They are expected to return home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Woodside and children of Parma, Mo., were licrc Sunday visiting Mrs. Woodsides sister, Mrs. Ethel Dorris of this city. Walter Benson, accompanied by Miss Irene Warlh, motored to iparta, 111. Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Ijcnson's parents, Mr and Mrs. Bob Benson. Mr. and Mrs. Oliic Cliism and family accompanied by Miss Clara Sunday from Fayctle, Mo., where he has been attending school the past term at Central'college. A party composed of Messrs. August Slrieff, Teddy and Glen Martin, enjoyed a fishing trip Monday at Wolf Bayou. Victor Craig of Memphis, Tenn.. is here visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkcrson. Mr. Craig's wile arrived here about a week ago to visit in Ihc home ol her puretils Mr. and Mrs. Wilkerson. Byrun Bryant returned home Sunday from St. Louis where he has been visiting the past week. Mrs. V. E. Hopkins, who hns bcei. here visiting h^r mother and sister, Mrs. n. D. Hayes and Mrs. R. N. Brasher, relurncd to her home at Chaffce, Sunday. Kaymon Orsuee of Chafec is here visiting his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Perkins. i Mrs. Edgar Dye of Braggadocio, [ is here visiting in tlie homes of I her brothers, Messrs. Harve and I Will Gill. , Jf Returning the call paid by IVL'bi- dcnl Hoover during his Caribbean tour, Governor Theodore Kcjjj- velt flew from Porto Rieo to Wasli- in°tn and liere is pictured tiijun his arrival at the capital. He unit immediately to the Re.pklan camp to confer with tlic Chief Executive. 1'U-ks V.'i-ons Hat; Loses Itull KANSAS CITY, Mo., tUP>-Les- lei Kafforci. hurried from a res- tamnr.t hcie und what he thought V/LIS ills hai.He scon fcund Ihat he liiut [ai":Li another's by mistake. In his own hat he hnd tucked $37 in bills. He recovered neither iiat nor cash. Gillcm si tlic weekend in Man- THIRTEENTH CHILI) IS BOY WHEELING, W. Va., )— T!ie stork brought tlie 13lh child to Mr. and Mrs. N'orman Pcabedy on the I3lh ol the month. Little No. 13 was a boy. ho stork's selection brke a tie f six boys and six girls in the Peabudy family. PETRIFIED TKI-:E FOUND NAPEfi, Neb.. (UHi — Jess and John Bocttciie'r, farmers living near licrc, have unearthed a giant petrified tree. The trunk muas- ui-es three feet four inches thro:i and tiic iJctrificri trunk stand:; over eight feet high. THEY'LL SCORE WITH YOU! Bob Smart Shoeswill score v/ilh you any way you figure ir,—' whether for street, sport or dress weor. They toe the mark forStyle, Cornfortand Value.They re made to make good. Careful, conscientious shoe making—soled for satisfaction! All sizes, all widths —for all occasions, and oil for His Piles Healed After 25 Years Mr. John A. Raab. Dallas City, III., was entirely healed of Pile;; and other Rccla! Trouble after suf- /I'ring for 25 years. He in'iics all sulFcrcr.s to write The Thornton ^ Minor Clinic, Suite 419, QJfl McGeo St., Kansas Cily, :xfo.. for a new- free copyrighlcd book which plains a mill!, sure licn'.tr.cnt for j hemorrhoids (piles) and all forms cf rcc'.al diseases. This treatment I has restored more than -1U.OOC pco- [ I f"» f™ p!c to renewed liealth in Ilic past, i i i r" M ytars. In wiitir.a lor the bjuk. U LJ t_ ila, Ark., visiting Mrs. Chism's mother and other relatives. On Sunday they add enjoyed a picnic at Bis Lake. Ark Miss Belle Wisdor who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Kohn returned home Sunday. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. . — „ - - Kolm. who will visit in Charles- i there I.* nn cost or obligation. ton this week. Mrs. Angelo Mahoulis and sou.-, I — ' Angclu Jr., and Morris fugle and mother, Mrs. Newt Troutman returned home Friday from Loms- Vlllc, Ky., whore, they have been visiting relatives the past two weeks. Mrs. R. L. Gilbert and daughter Peggy left Sunday for St. Louis, Mo., where (hey will visit witli Mrs. Gilberts sister, Mrs. T. ». Salon. Mrs. Charley Trainnr is ent-r- t.-ilnius as her houscgucsl this week Miss Polly Mr-Donald of Morlcy. Mo. Miss McDonald was a former teacher in our school. John Max Sturm relurncd home "Tim To: '.'is Mark for Slf!e, C'jmfoTl anil Q All In yenr encrjrr, • tr aiirvir jcur pep. you 111. T»ko Ml fiKsSSSfisS ^ss^s^s^^ Courier News Want Ads ray. <;.\i;i> oi- 1 THANKS We wish to thank our many Iricnds for the. floral tributes and', expressions of sympailiy In tlic i death ol our dearly beloved father, Uncle .Dutch Taylor. | Harry Taylor and Family, i Walpolc Electric Shop Fans Cleaned anil Impaired 1'honc 3M I AM effmne a THOUSSNn COr.LAFlS us r^'t ct UVs Hi.- Cr.'li Di lion. Now, if yon'irc r.cwr Mr.-. lc? |:<T<» ).- ir rl-nT-.rc. (.-.i count nil tlic l^ari! H l^e Itr-.n i-.1 vitl-ircvl hc'cT S-.-irt ri-;l-t r. v careful—bo accurate—It's r.ct ;o c-fy as it tW>.i. Itc fc-ra Juu count cijr 100 IHG CASH PU1X.KS There wi'l be cr.c h-jn.Ir,-.! C.i'!i I'ci/ci In all in 0.1) R'.? OfTcr. inc yoa the plr.T-irc nt t\i<»-tir.i: 1'uir. - . (nt-.Hjr to lli.rc ia ll:o l!-:,s Cn-li lli.-.rll.ulim. Ca-h MvarJs if *l.C S230, tlo.. aro lo trt r.-..-.:'.o, r,:.d d-j;-;:o.ue prucj v.ill Is; iaid in ca^ QUICK I Count I!.-: Vcvn—Jus: « rite Ihc niml-ir en ^ T>;..t;.Tr.l (his pnror, >i::n >..';r :.-.r;:.' ar..l ore!c:o n.l.Irt-s r.i..! n..iil It nod fimlify f. r tV.c lllti Ol'l'CHlTIlNlTY. ofc'.icat^or.. Sor.,1 ro n:cr.:-s'. Lut HUl'.RV while lii:s c^tr U or-ca. -The l-jirlo Man.". , SOUTI-'BUN FARMEI? JI B. F. n!dj. Monlroracrri AUtan*. J * mum

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