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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 2, 1931
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PAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS - Society Calendar ;. Wednesday ..Miss Grace Webb is having the Wednesday Bridge club. »The congregation of the First Presbyterian church is having a picnic. • Mrs. Jot Cllflon Watson Is entertaining the Matinee Biidge club at licr home in' Carulhcrsville, Mo. TlwnxLty Mrs. Cecil Shane is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is having .the Young Matrons Bridge club. Tlie Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting wilh Mrs. R. F. Kivshncr. , The 1're-School study dais ol the Armorel school will meet with Mrs. J. Ti Ashley Jr., at 'i o'clock. Friday Miss Virginia Terry will be presented by her Instructor, Miss Margaret Merrltt, in a recllnl at the Woman's club. The American Legion Auxiliary .will meet at 3 o'clock al the home of Mrs. Edgar Boruin with Mrs. C Louis Wilson and Mrs. Ernest Roe ulso us hostesses. The Uicncs Uiblo class of the First Methodist church have a class meeting at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and Mrs Ed Hardhi as hostesses Sudbury home. at the Ifcxs Slumber-I'a'rly Miss Patty Shnnc was hostess to sis girl friends Saturday night for a slumber party. Betty McCutchen, Martha Ann Lynch, Annie Jane Branson, Mary Elizabeth Borum, Frances Little and Juitnita McDonald attended the Riu theatre and later Mr. und .Mrs. Shane look them to the drug store for refreshments. Yesterday they enjoyed break- last belore going to Sunday school. Club Entertained Members ot the Friday Night club were guests ol Miss Hhemii llnrgcli for a parly attended by 14. Uaincs and dancing entertained the guests. The hostess served sandwiches, cold drinks and candy. Plans for this open meeting fea- urcd the business session of the :lub last evening at the Coil Hold, leijorls showed thai $18 was re- •elvcd from (lie sponsoring ol sales it McMuUlns' Saturday and H was announced that a similar plan will be used at Ciobs' Food shop Satur- lny. Money derived from this source s used for tbe educating of two ilgh school Bills. Tlie 15 members present had (he isual monthly dinner party preceding the business session presided over by Miss Mlnnl Matthews, the president. • * * Council to Give flay Wednesday at Auditorium. Mrs. A. O. Hull and Mrs. Z. A McQiiiMon cnliTtalned 11 members ol the woman's council ol Ihe First Presbyterian chinch Monday afternoon at the Hall home. ,In the business meeting plans were announced for the show, lo be given Wednesday, June 10, at the city auditorium, with Miss Marie Moon In charge ol the production. "Happy Valley" is the title. It was slated that pastors ot several churches would have prayer services early in the evening so that there will be no confllclTng. . The bake sale will lw held Saturday, June 13, (he members decided. For the devotional Mrs. J. c. Ellis, n member of the Fallh division, was In charge. ""• Miss Virginia Terry gave a demonstration In lablo selling during ic social hour when Ihe members nd Iwo guests were served refresh- lenls. cave for Convention Mrs. James U. Clark, sponsor for lie staff of Commander Waller !. Ralney for the annual convcn- lon of the Sons ol Confederate long wilh otlur members of staffs, t u number of social functions tfamicd as n part of the cnlcrtuln- Executive Board Has a Luncheon. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway and Mrs. Robert E. Lee King were hostesses to the other members of Ihe executive board of the Woman's Auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church Monday lor a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Callaway.' -....-.. • '-' ' ' Tho 16 present were seated at onduclcd the small tables attorned with small bouquets of sivectpeas nud daisies. A two course menu na sservcd at one o'clock. In the business session It was decided not to have n meeting of the group in July. Transact Business. Mrs. A. O. Hudson was leader of the Woman's Missionary society o[ the First Methodist church Monday afternoon at the church. The 28 present heard, the devotional given with references from First John and a prayer by the leader. Tlie Rev. P. Q. Horlc,' pastor, gave a message from Ihe committee ol Blshps asking that the churches cooperate in a day of fasting and prayer June 17. Reports from Mrs. F. D. Smilh, local treasurer, Mrs. P. E. Cooley conference treasurer, Mrs. O. N Hawkins, Children's superintendent Mrs. W. A. Sttckmon, publicity chairman, Mrs. E. D. Oiltcn, social service, and circle chairmen Mesdames O. C. Gnnske. F. c Douglas. Charles F. Wood and J E. Critz showed Ihe work accomplished in Ihe past month. Tlie hostesses for next Monday's (.ocial meeting will be: Mesdnmo. .7. D. Barksdale, s. p. Marlin Franfc Webb, w. I. Denton s A Thompson, W. M. Burns. Charle Wylie, Tom Ilcaton and Harry W Hal lies. Pars Heels The Beta Chi Sunday school clas. of the First Presbyterian i-hurcl mel at the home of Mrs. Carro Blakcmore.last evening for the us ual monthly business meeting. Hcporls showed that five dollar was given to the church fund box sent to Korea lor Ihe damn ter of a missionary and that th Poor family being cared for wa • receiving aid as previously plan ned. Tlie hostesses, Mrs. Blakcmore, Miss Ernestine Holland and Miss Edna Garrett served an ice course. • * • Member Complimented ..Miss Margaret Merrill, a member of the Business and Professional Women's club who 1s leaving soon lor her home In Clarendon, Ark., lor the summer, was tlic guest of honor at a party given by (he group Friday evening at the Goff Hotel. The three tables of guests played various kinds of cards with a cut prize, a silver spoon, going to Mrs. Sue R. Mason. Tha guest of honor was presented a set ol Dutch shoes brought from Holland by Mrs. H. L. Reynolds. A strawberry Ice was served, with cake and Iced tea. Driver to Address Business .Women's Club in Open Mcctlnj. Al the invitation of the Business and Professional Women's club, ' Congressman W. J. Qriver, of Osceola, mriil give an addrtss at the First thurch M&nday evening, R. N. Hill jr., Is a graduate of Hcndrix college at Conway, Ark. Lange, who went up for the commencement exercises. The piano pupils of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and (he expression and dancing pupils ol Miss Marie Moon will high school auditorium Thursday To Lecture Tuniclil. L Bits of News Mostly Personal TUESDAY, JUNE 2, in.1l. Osceola Society—Personal Miss Ruth Matthews his returned Irom Columbus, Miss., where she attended M. S. C. W. this year. Miss Jane Buck has returned from Memphis where the paduated Saturday irom St. Mary's Instltulc. Bealc Massey, E. C. Palton and son, Clyde Wihnon, have returned from Little Uock where they visited relatives and attended lo business. Mr. i'atlon atlendcd a mecl- Ing of Ihe executive board of the Arkansas Cotton Growers Association. Mr. Mrs. J. L. Ward was hostess to Ihe two table contract bridge club to which she belongs entertaining also an extra table of guests at a rose luncheon. The extra guests Included Mrs. Noble Hum of Luxora who was a winner of high score prize, and Mesdamcs J. W Kdrlngton, C. E. Sullengcr, W. C Pace and E. S. Driver, all of Osccola. The receiving rooms of Mrs, Ward's home were decorated in a piofuslon of roses and rose dec orated place cards were used, a delicious three course luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. • » * Twenty-six young i>cop!c of the First Melhcdlst Sunday School en Joyed a wiener roast at O'Donnell's Uend on the Mississippi River Fri and Mrs. Rowland Wolfort their guests for the weekend Mis. Wolfoil's father, Leon Waxman, of Puragould, and her brother, Joe Waxman, ot St. Louis. Miss Mary Catherine Martin ar- ilvcrt Sunday- Irom St. Charles, Mo., where she attended Lindenwood college this year. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chappclle arc movir.Jj lo iheir new home, recently purcliased from Mr. and Mrs. Walker H. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ilaker will make -their home with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Miss Althca Edwards spent the week-end in Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. William Barksdale, of Furt Smith, Ark., are visiting his motKr, Mrs. J.. D. Barks- date. Mr. Darksdale, who is' city editor of the Fort Smith South- vest iicie. day evening. The party was six>n sored by Mrs. Carrie Rhodes, sup erintcndcnt of the young peoples department of the Sunday Schoo and U. Fred Taylor Jr. and Mrs W. U. Flannigan, teachers. Mrs. J. II. Lovewell left Sunday afternoon for Houston, Texas where she will spend two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Thad Fcllon, and Mr. Felton. Mrs. Qeo. Adams returned to her home in Little Rock* Sunday after n week's visit with her mother, Mrs. John White, In Osceola. She was accompanied by Mr. Adams, who drove over for the week-end here, and her small nephew, Boyd White, who will spend this week in Little Rock. Tommlc Dean Hatchor, small IIE5HKT W. E. Burton of Osceola Suffers Heart Attack at Playing Volley Ball. OSCEOLA, Ark., June 2. — W. E. Durlon, 40, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home here last evening following an liour of strenuous play nl volley ball. Services will be held al 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at lilt First Christian church of Osceola with thq Rev, E. K. Lalimer of Blythevllle officiating. Masonic services will be held at Ermen cemetery. Mr. Burton has Jor a number ol years been rural mail carrier Route No. 1 out of Osccota which serves the Carson Lake eclion ol the county ami lias also been cm- ployed until a few months ago ii Ihe office of the Municipal uglv t The Rev. H. J. Klelndienst, pns- .v.. ul nn, LJUIIO Ui VyUlllUUi:! HIU i_., r M Mil I T 11 it /eteians, and Mlsres Marguerite l °',° fIthc . " e " m L1ul ", <! ""' church. . . . _ ...o—v.-.s, ...111 ,,r,.^ thf, c(w'nn,l nf c, t\f 'ride, Maurice Oravette and Heln Barnes, whom she appointed or uuiids of honors, left today lor lontsomery, Ala. They will be guests of honor, nent for Ihe convention. » • » Jirdrs Meel Circles of the woman's missionary union ' of the First Baptist hurch met Monday afliTiioou.- The llrst group met at the :hurch with eight mcmbcis prcs- nt. Mrs. I'lens Secoy led the dc- •otlotial with Mrs. 0. K. Wilson ! pi;»ycr. ,Mrs. J. W. bishop Mrs, Frank Simmons entertained irclc 2 when ten attended. Mrs. 3. K. Alexander, president, was a :uest. After the devotional, given by Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb, Mrs. Alexander led in prayer and Mrs. vy Crawford taught the lesson on rioncev Women." Circle a met wilh Mrs. R. W. Vootcn. Mrs. y, G. Cush led Ihe itudy with Mrs. John Diicluinnn ii'fciing ptnycr niul reading from he seventli chapter of John for he Bible lesson. Mrs. E. F. Blo- neycr led the business session. Entertained. Leon Rancy, Philip Blake and George Shiners of Kansas City, Mo., I'lio were guests of Miss Margnrel Cross and Mrs. George R. Crockelt 'or Ihe week-end, were complimented wit hscyeral Informal affairs while in the city. They returned ionic yesterday. will give the second of a series of eight lectures this evening at his home, 1130 West Ash street, al 8 o'clock. He will speak on "God's Moral Laws" or "The Ten Commandments." In announcing his lectures tlie pastor also announced that public Is cordially invited to these free lectures. McInlosli-DavU Miss Emlline Davis and Mr. Misses Thclnta Worthlnglon, Mar- ;arct Cross, Ruth Butt and Mary Ujulse Taylor and Dudley Denton Arvcl Mclntosh, both of Manila, were Issued a marriage license Saturday. » • # Krcrharl-Beavcr Marriage license was issued yes- lerday to Miss Olllo Mae Heaver und Mr, Joe Everhart, bolli ol here. • * * C'hanncll-ltlcliardson Tlie marriage of Miss Alma Richardson and Mr. Lloyd Channel!, both of Holland, Mo., took place here yesterday wilh Justice K. D. Walker performing the ceremony. * • * \Vallace-ilollcnhrad Miss Emma HoHsnhcad and Mr. Karl Wallace, both of . this city, were married Saturday, according to announcement made today. Justice. E. D. Walker performed the ceremony. • • W Hrown-lin \\iiun The marriiVie of Mrs. Cora Bowman and Mr. Russell Brown, both of Yarbro, occurred In this cily Saturday. Justice Oscar Alexander said the ceremony. American, formerly lived Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and daughter, Donna Cook, have novcd here and are at home in the Crawford Greene apartment on West Ash strcel. They have been residing In Luxora. The itcv. Marsh M. Callaway. pastor ol the First Presbyterian church, was In Memphis yesterday having accompanied the family of the late E. A. Stacy, for. tlie..fu- neral and interment held there following services here yesterday morning. •, r Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon will EoTlo Yarbro tomorrow to .spend tlie remainder of the week with . her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hollirigs- worili, and family. , Mrs. L. N. Maihis and daughter, Sallic, have goiie to Batesvllle, Miss., for ten days visit.. E. B. Noble and son, Crawford, of Joncsboro, attended to business daughter Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Earl visiting Mrs. L. H. here yesterday. Horace Walpole has returned Irom St. Louis where he. spent'(he week-end. James Bomtir was a visitor In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes jr|,' and son, Harold III, of Van Buren, Ark., have arrived to spend the summer with Mr. Haynes 1 parents. They formerly lived in Ihis city. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys and mother, Mrs. M .A. Barnes, have moved into the Goodwin ] apartments on West Ash street. J. T. Suduur yhas returned Irom he University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, to spend Ihe vacation. . Misses Bcrnice Harwell and Emily Tompklns, sludcnls at Central College, arc home for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Copcland and Miss Martha Copcland siwnt the weekend in Memphis. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sparks, of Osceola. Hauff in Memphis this week. Mrs. B. H. Green returned Saturday from a visit with Mrs. Roy Hjo In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barham and small son Frank, motored to St Charles, Mo., where they attended the May Day Fete at Lindenwood College, returning to Osceola Sunday afternoon accompanied by their daughter, Frances Barham who has been a student at Lindenwood for tlie past two years. William Ely Aitken has returned from several days stay in Osceola He was accompanied home by Leslie Birchfield wlio Is now Ills houseguest. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hill and daughter, Arltss, and Mrs. William Hatz, have returned to their home in St. Louis after spending severa days with the Rev. and Mrs. H J. Klelndienst. Mrs. Hymie Wood, Mrs. Brady Cancer, Claude Cancer and two children ot Senath, Mo., were guests of Mrs. Claude Cancer at Ihe Bly- thevillc hospital tottay. Mrs. Clilford Cavitt has returned from a visit, in Late. Ark. She was accompanied home by her brother, Charles Edward Caldwell, of that city. Power company here. He was superintendent of the Christian Sunday school and an officer of (lie Iccal Masonic lodge. He came here in 1923 from liloom field, Mo., where he was born, and >rior lo becoming rural mail car ricr was employed as cashier lo he Frisco railroad here. He played volley ball last evening with a group of business men u-h play regularly in the high schoo ;ymnasium and entered the gnm In the highest spirits, but coin plained of feeling badly and drop out of Ihe game after a shor lime, but sat on the sidelines an watched the play for awhile bcfor going home. He drove himself t his home but told the family li was overcome with blindness sc\ eral times on (lie way and woul have to stop the car. Reclining o the living room couch at his horn he dide a fe\v minutes after h reached the house. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Virginia, and son. Howard, both high school pupils. BRIDGE BV WM. E. McKKNNKY : a One over One that there Is ccrctary Aini'ricim liildse l.rajjue j;an'.t: in the hand. The bid Is nut The writer lias long advocated the made for that purpose. In reality se of the One over One, and un- • • • er the MeKenney system of con- met bidding it Is employed as fol ows: Supposing you held: Sjudtb—A K x x x Hearts—x x x Diamonds—A K x x Clubs—x You would open 'wilh nond, your four-card on< suit. dia- it ii asking you lo give inicmialion about your hand, ami if you hold a imiiiimmi, L'j very frank and so Inform partner. Supporting partner's suit or re- bidding your own suit after the One over One: Supposing you make an original bid of one iK'.irt. partner bidu _ v ne We spade. You hold normal support assume thai the'opponents nl- in tpacles, which is four srucil:. or vays prvss. Your partner bids one . three lo the ace, king o: 1 ql'.c;n. leart. He' Is asking you lo rsbid'You iho'.ild partner the in!! ind shows at least one and on?-. extent uf jour hand immedi itjly. lalf tricks. You can respond with Yen mu-.t remember that purtnir wo spades—a jump shin forcing may hulel only one and oits-lnli )kl now, deiiiiindlng that partner : tricks, although lie has made a ieep the bidding open until game One over One bid. II you 110.7 s nrrivcd at. You have told part- bid two spades, you would say ID lev that your hand holds four dia- ; U.'.'lnnr, <"Erai though you "luld nonds and five spades. If he le- \ only one and one-half tricks ami Jids his hearts he immediately ad- ' a four-card spade suit, I .'kes you that the cannot support enough support in my !ian:i to t'our five-card sui',, and thm. he, allow you to make two spades. If at least five hearts himself, i you have any more, bid them ycur- Courler News Want Ads Pay. were also guests of Mrs. Crockelt "or a luncheon. MJ«s Cross cfntej'taitKV with a dinner party when she had us other gucMs MLsses Ruth Bull, Mary Louise Taylor, and Kalharyne Ucnlou and Dudley Denton. A pink and white motif was prcllily used in Ihe flowers which adorne dlhe table and in the menu. Bridge was enjoyed after dinner. * * Returns from School. G«orge Langc jr., returned last he attended school for the past night from Champaign, 111., where year. He was a member of the graduating class and took a special iwrt in the program having rendered a vocal solo. In a recent contest of Central Illinois high schools he won first honors in baritone after having won similar honors In Ihe Champaigf high school. He was accompanied hcmc by his Stoltz Will Play for Boat Dance Wednesday Colic Stoltz mid his orchestra, rcsh Jrom a lour on a vaudeville ircnit, will furnish the music (or Inuclnij on the Ktcnnicr City o[ ,Icniphi5, which will muke a lri|i >n the Mississippi from anding uiutcr the auspices ot the ocal Anserlcau Legion ixwt ami Star chapter the .City of Monday nr- It mtt ir-g in luciily utilities! .A Summtr Spencer, ma<Jj jmf for you of tkttr, opin-«i»v. (abilc »ifl rtduc« your (ilpi INCHES; (Mien >nd your MRS. J. J. DAVIS Registered Spencer Corsetl"re 110 Fulton Street, Diytheville, Ark. . Phono 421 he Osceola Eastern Vcdncsday nighl. Ad\-ancc [igcnls of Memphis were here NEW ORLEANS. IUD— More than six million silver dollars will be moved Irom Ihe old United States Mint to tlie Customs house here, preparatory to renovating the mint for a federal prison. Holdup men, however, woukl have a difficult time getting away with It even if the transfer were unprotected. The silver is held in G.875 sacks, with one thousand dollars in each sack. And each sack weighs 64 pounds. Read Courier News Want Ads. Miss Carey Woodbiirn, service officer ot the Herman Davis post of the eVtcrans of Foreign Wars, at- tended tlic Service school in Paragould Sunday. Sum Maimt, Fioyd A. White end Mayor Neill Reed attended the service school in 1'aragoidd Sunday. Mrs. Roland Green and Mis. Ernest Roe were visitors in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCulIough of Stcele. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critz and Mrs. Lewis Phillips were visitors in Memphis during the last of the Miss Cora I-ee Coleman spent the week-end in Memphis. Mr. and Airs. F. T. Elder and son, Mack, have returned from a week's vacation ill the Missouri Ozarks. Miss Helen Lowe, of Millinglon, Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. therefore you can bid for gan:\? hearts, even though you hold only Lliree. The above type of hand is r.uh- T simple to bid. Tiie one that will cause tlie beginner the mcsi confusion is Ihe type where we will say you open wilh one heart. Tanner bids one spade, making a forcing One over One bid. Now if you simply hold a-four-card heart suit and only your two and one-half quick tricks and not normal support in spades, you will reply to parlncr's One over One spade bid with one no [rump, advising partner that your hand contains a four- card suit and is a minimum If you hold a five-card heart suit and still n minimum, you will reply with two hearts, advising partner of the fact, that you hold at least a five-card suil as you r;-bid your suit and still have only the minimum in quick tricks. Partner has received the whole picture of your hand and Ihe contract is not above two. When you respond with one no trump, he may either pass, re-bid his suit, support your suit, increase the no trump, or show another suit,! and he can do any of three with! an absoluts picture of your hand. 1 The most important, thin? to! bear in miral when employing the j One over One convention is to not | think just because partner has^ self." ' If you open with one heart partner bid., one spade rind j:. have it strong five-curd heart suit and additional quick tricks, shcr.y them to partner by bidding tln?e hearts. Kcir.cmbcr lhat if you bid two hearts, you are showing linn a minimum five-card suit with (july two and one-half (ricks. (Copyright, 1031, NliA Service, Intf Hospital Noies LaVcmie Redman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. <J. G. Redman, underwent a lonsiicctomy today at the B:\lheville hospital. CAHD Of THANKS V/e wibh to th:i«k our fricn-Js fcr iheir liimir.ess, syp.i;:alhy ^:id btamlft:! noral eiferinss in the sickness Mot:i;-r. and our dear Mrs. Hk'harrt Rotiion, Carlos Mathiny, Jack Mathiny. Walpole Elect do Shop ia Cleaned and Phone 314 666 LIQUID ou TAHI,I;TS Kclicvcs A HcaAnchu or Neumlgfa in 30 minulcs, clircks a Culcl the Dnl (hiy. und checks Malari.i In ihrcc days. liliG Sulve for Kahy's Cult! ranging for supplies for the boat's rip Wednesday. They re]X>rlcil .lint a number of persons planned come here (rein Memphis lor .lie boat dnnce nnri lo return (a Memphis on Ihe boal Thursday. Miniature Golf Days Are Here! And Your Favorite Course Has Opened for the Season. You can'again pull for pars and birdies on our unproved, sporly sand greens, over, under and llmuijiii hazards where .-•'kill and luck combine to make this 'the most fnsciiiiiting of games. 18 holes of. inloivsiing golf for only lOc in tiie iiflernoon, or 15c «l night. GOLF GARDENS Yarliro Hoad Special Lunch 35c Merchant's Plalc Lunch 80c • A La Carte K. C. Short Cut Steak 35c Fried Halt' Spring Chicken - - 45e Special T-Bonc Steak, with Fried Potatoes 50e Fried Catfish, Tartar Sanee - - 35e l Ciub lireakfasl, half fruit, baton and one I'liir cantaloupe nr GLENCOE GRILL Hi OK AND DANCE ON THE STEAMER CITY OF MEMPHIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3rd, 8:30 P. liARPIKLD LANDING, ARK. a second wife's tragedy! I Announcement We lisivi! moved our place from Uio.Ki'iifMiiire OlVico to the old City Mall Jiuildinn on North Second SI. Jusl op|x)silc; the now City Hall where we are better equipped lo vender service on your oll'icc machines. J!r. H. [,. \Val\voixl ot Memphis, who K well known here, has recently connected with its. We now carry in stock the following lines: Woodstock Typewriters Ho.viil Typewriters All makes of used Rebuilt Typewriters All makes of Portable Typewriters Toledo Scales KcmiiiKlon Cash Kojjislcrs Victor Adding Machines Kihbons and Carbon Papers Blythcvillc Typewriter Company Old City Hull IHdff. .Phone f>S2 H. (i. Wic-kh;mi H. j,. Wiitivond B ORN nnd reared nn n farm—deprived of cum panions—I : ,ilcn wcs thirty—r.-hcn Jim Hakcr cainefrorn (lie city for rest — cnmc like 1'rince Charming into her lonely, barren life. So lircd — so uorricd, he Looked. And yet so strikingly handsome—lor nil his forty odd ye.irs. Small wonder r.llen thrilled. 1 lore nt hist was n mjn —needing her cure—maybe h-r love! With watin-licuricu kindness —she brought peace toltis troubled [nind— and a lilovviiifj lifht inM his eyes. | Anxiously, she wailed -— ornycil ti-.r to spcnk—to csk for the love she \vns (nintic to give. Me did speak—tar not tlic words she tt'rmrcd tn hear. "I'm n widnw- cr," lie said. "My children — l!:cy need ft mother." "Oil!" F.llcn choked— dejected. "Hut," be cried — "You're so £ood—I — 1—need you too." Her last chance for h.ippii.esj—• Kllcn consented. Off t[i tlie city she went—not to n bride's ncsl—u home slic had drccmcd of planning — building herself. Hut to n Innji-cMrtblished dwelling —is here c\cry piece of hir- niliirc — curtain — carpel — wncre cvctylhinjt was n phantom of another womanl Bravely, she sought to w in the love ol tbosc children — modern rcr-cli \ho resented her presence. Soon Jim ran back to bis old friends — leaving her alone — for nighls — for Hecks at a time. llitttrncsi cr«pt into her taart. Then came the terrible night—Jim gone — the youngest child sici. — tliQ oilier two out—galavnntinj* arnund. Sl.irvcd for love that 1'ntchfrd seemed! to deny her — she sobhed in (*e[cat — decided to leave—forever—WHKN— AliVinrl without warning—a cli:r.,-.x hrcki- into JiUen's Itfc ... A dous climax that brought liinse children home — crying into her arr.:; — £lud to e-e\\ her "mother." A tlnisi* divou> climax thai shuok Jim's very soul— brought him ti> her— as 1 .ing forgiveness—begging (or llic nublcst love that woman hclds for ma::. You must read for yourself TIfii WOMAN MV I-ATHKK MAUKM.D — the true lite story til how luipninc&s came to this he.irt-broken wpivon in or.c i»f the most slnrtling climaves ever recoriicd in at! the annals nE huinati experience. Ytni will iirnJ ihi^ slury—complete in July THIJF.STOKY MA(iAZlNl!. Get your copy—rend it today. To the f,isten(fs-in oc the TUUI1 STORY Hadio Hour Thefnliuirin^^nrir^frrm July TRIT STOP1 mil Sc (-ri^-.'caM. nnc cicli l->Uav tiii;ht.d"r- lr,i Jnr.c. S^Jtim fln J fcn-ir- Cnliirr.Ma Br«uJ* -- TUG WOMAN MY FATIIKR > r^OT MADE 1-OH I.OVK I1LISI) TYRANTS MAI) 1IKBO Th: July i<li:5 ol TKUE STOHV i< row Xoric. nhcu btolJcut «i:i bt I'"

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