The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 4, 1931
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BLTTHEVILLB. TABU COURIER NEW* Luxora Society—Personal ; fyciety Calendar ' ' '; :•'•. ' Friday ir'-Miss Virginia Terry will be prc- - ; ccnted by her instructor, Miis Mar- 3ggret : MeiTitt. in a rcdlal at the '-:_Wpijuji's club.- -.-..'• :'!•'. Tlio American Legion 'Auxiliary ••( irlll'hiect at 3 o'clock at the honie : of Mrs. Edgar Borum 'with Itfrs. o. •5 1/ouls -Wilson and Mrs. 'Ernest Roc . »lso as hostesses. vr' The Ladles' Bibb class. of tlio i-. : First Melhodlsl church will Imvc V: a class .meeting at 7:30 o'clock H,'. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and Mrs. /Ed liardin as hostesses Sudbury home. at the .. Eltct' ; Officer For Year j •'• Mrs. Marlon Williams was e-lect: 4d president of the local Delphian :"'.' chapter, in a meeting yesterday at '; the Hotel Noble. Other otliccrs '•' named, were: Mrs. Otto Koch II tz- •i'iky, vice president; Mrs. Horace T. '. Culp, secretary; Mrs. Lloyd V. :'-\Viso, treasurer; Mrs. R. N. Ware "Jr., chairman of the advisory --board. The retiring .president Is 7 Mrs. James 13. Clark. ;. The theme taken tor the pro- I'erain was '•Development ol Rus- ;;.slfui Pnlntins" with Mrs. C. W. _ : Af flick as leader. :"'.- ". A resume of tlie theme by the --leader was followed with these -':'discussions: "Beginning of Russian : ": Art," Mrs. George W. Dlllaliunty; ''-'fine Norgoioa School," Mrs. O • r-W. McCufchen; "Eighteenth and ; Ninteenlh Gentry Painters," Mrs ; R. N. Ware jr., and "Later Rus: Elan Art," Mrs. Horace T. Culp V'-Attcr Mrs. T. B. Tale, of Armorcl ;? had taken up "A Study of Pie •' tures," pictures by Rubtev, Rcpli : .. and Vrubel were displayed. : • - * « . Club Enltrtahwd At Carulhcrsvlllc :;•- Members of the Matinee Bridge I club, Mrs. Oliver Coppcdgc tnid a Stable ot guests from Caruthers- j ville, Mo., were guests ol Mrs. Joe '"Clifton Watson at her home In •i.that city yesterday -afternoon. Double decks' of curds were I:'-.awarded the winners of high score 'j-ampiig the guests and members 1 with Mrs. Stephen' H. Brooks're- 1 celvlng the club prize. - The hostess served strawberry |i- shortcake in... individual molds VVcheese and olives sandwiches and •--. oranseade. "i.. i » • I .''Attend Boat Dance Guests from 1 Osccola, and Blythc- ' ville attended the dance on the Luxora Minion Uwon Hears Musical Program LUXORA, Ark.—Tuesday afternoon Die W. M. U. met at the church for the monthly Royal Service lesson. The subject was "Youth," and Mrs. S. J. Smith was leader. Musical numbers were rendered by tlie girls quartet of the Y. W. A., the O. A, R. girls, the R, A. boys and the Sunbeams, others taking part w,ero Kev. P. B. Kinsolving, devotional. Mesdames O. llowtoii, 0. B. Wood, John Corchran, Win. Wood and G. C. Driver. At the conclusion ol the social program a business meeting was trans- nctcd with the president Mrs. O. B. Wood presiding. Mesdamcs J. 6. Smith and B. O. Wllklns were appointed leaders for the Sunbeams or the coming year, Rev. Klnsolvln was ap|»lnUxl lender for the R. A. >oys and leaders for the G. A.'s nd the Y. W. A. will be nppolnl- xl at a later date. Thirty members and guests were present and the iiccllng was dismissed by prayer by Mrs. Williams, KSISTER MARY'S KITCHEN 1 UV SISTKIt MARY ns possible and supplying the sec If you are n June bride, perhaps ond protein food-other than mca a few polnleis on menu pfenning —providing n protein was not &erv will prove a decided help. ' To begin with, there arc a lium cd for breakfast. , , .. plan the breakfast trull , bcr of Imiwrlant factors to con- and cereals, Take care to avol Eider. The age, occupations and repetition, It won't cost any mor sex of the people, you arc to serve to keep several different kinds o Influence the choice of foods to a cereals open, using first one kin great degree. The amount of and then another, than to oiw money you can afford to spend, the one box and use it all up befor The Woiimns Missionary Union of the Uitptlsl church met Tuesday afternoon in the church. An ntercsthiK Royal Service lesson cd by Mrs. S. J. Smith, was cn- ioycd. Musical selections were rendered by the Y. W. A., R. A., and Sunbeam groups. Tho Rev. P. B Klnsoivlng, pastor gave an Interesting talk on the importance of having these dllfevent organizations in the chinch sixmsorcd by the Womans Mlssionaiy Society Mesdamcs S. J. Smith and U. O Wilklns were named leaders ol tin Sunbeam I3and. Rev. Kinsolvjnt will be the R. A. leader and th oilier leaders will be named at ai early date. The Sunbeam ban will include children of 1, 8 and years and will have the first meet ing at the church Sunday alter Bits of News Mostly Personal O. B. Courtney, of St. Louis, transacted business ' hero yesterday. Mrs. Edgar Borum and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, returned yestcr- dny from a two days visit ill Memphis, Miss Knthlccn lildciions, of Armorel, Is visiting In OscuolH tills week as the guest ot Mibs Clara Gardner. Misses Martha Robinson. and •larioii Burns have returned from Memphis where they attended a dance at the Casino. R. Morris King, of Pace, Miss., irrlved last night for a visit with Mr. 'and Mrs. Uobcrt E. Lcc King and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr and son spent yeslerday in Memphis. Rives Allen, who has been attending to business In Hnrrlsburg this week, will return home tomorrow. Mrs. O. F. Dledsoc, of Greenwood, Miss., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. May L. Aldridge, cnroute to New York city. Mrs, Hubert Potter siKMit last for dinner. meal of for the ac Foods rich In come under Ibis tissue. These are the fruits, milk, at nake up thUi grc When It comes in .gout menus, and personal like; ter into the- problem. You will find week., in advance. A sood wuy to clde on the meats Next, called me to tlon of the lie erica.'" Turner said remarked, "T crowds In th crowd and God's crowd. —whether it be mcouo else— and p In the kitchen at you can have the needs of the ppllcd In every ;. Tlie well-bal- nins, ffrst, fuel heat and energy -s of the body. r, starch and fa' s head. Second, provide material id repair of body the foods rich In protective" foods il salts mid vita- bulk. Vegetables, id whole grains up of foods, to actually mak- varlcly, economy s and dislikes en- 1cm. * that yon achieve id do your ylan- ig more compe- nlcally If you out- several days pr a do this Is to deals for theweek. h iwtatocs cooked suitable ways and ookcd vegetables. t lunches for tlie trying another kind. i In order to include two servings of liuit dally, plan fruils for Jiineh- con and dinner In tlie form of cocktails, salads and desserts. Finally decide on the salads and desserts, brcadstuffs and relishes. All the lime you are planning menus pay special attention to contrast of color and texture. Avoid using colors that clash, as beets and carrots. Take care not to repent » food that has n distinctive flavor in the day's menu. In working over left-overs it's a good plan to skin a day between their original and second appearances. This presents monotony and makes meals more interesting. Go to market yourself. You will find the trip more than repays for the time It takes in the Inspiration it; gives you. Tomorrow's Menu . BREAKFAST: Cherries, cereal, cream, bilked eggs, toast, milk, coffee. : . LUNCHEON: Casserole of spring vegetables, brown bread ant cottage cheese sandwiches, drop cookies, milk, tea. DINNER: English mutton chops, new potatoes In cream' sauce, Icn-mliuilc cabbage, salad of cucumbers and celery in lime jelly, rhubarb and raisin pudding, eft-overs as much milk, coffee, . . .. .„,,/'• ause for which he abor— the dcstruc- ised saloon in AJn- l another lime sht ere tire jusl tw< \rnvlrt — Hip ritwir icard ol a boa constrictor makini he trip from Brazil in o bunch of bananas. , Vegetable Canning Season ? I T* 11 P * * /* _A Miss Bessie Tliweal entcrtainc ic following young iwople with ance at her home Monday nlglii iisscs Elizabeth Spann, Panlli eaton, Anna Margaret Wood, Vlv .11 Scurlock of Osceola, Orlei ilros, Cluirlic and Evelyn Sco nd Messrs. Billie Ingram, Kill atteison, Harmon Eastma harles Tucker, Lloyd Helen, Rich rd Speck and J. A. Sanders. Mrs. Edith George returned iunday from a visit with her .aughter in New York Clly. She was accompanied home by Mr. nd Mrs. John Sinaha and dftUGh- er who will be her guests for a ew days. Grover Thompson and Alvin DR1DGEE Scries explaining Hie Contract] because you have a good-looking THURSDAY, JUNE -1, 1931 Hospital Notes I'iitlfiits dianUscd from the Dly- thovilie ho.ipltal todny: Miss Oil Diowa, city; Fuy und Glenn Dun. I'.-oiiiise Land. lirldge SysU'ins BY WM. E. McKKEXNKV Under Ihe writer's system ot ontract biddhvj, you will find cry few original suit bids of two. ''' shows a demands An original two-bid owtrhouse hand und uat partner keep the bidding pen until u game-going declara- on is arrived at even though- he ias u tricklcss hand; e. g. Hie liginal bidder bids two!>. foa, holding nothing, will rcsjwnd vlth two Partner no trump. tl leu says three dla- •'boat "City of Memphis" "last eve night In Cartillfcrsvlllc with-frlends. Boa Constrictor Rides North in Bananas the Memphis Baptist hospital. Carrie Nation's Moods ning the Eastern I: Star ordsr of Osccola and tl|e Dud | ^ Cason post of the American Lt'g- ion.•• . .'--'The boat plie<3 up and down the I'.- Mississippi between Osceola mid i'Barficld as the guests'danced nnd , prdmenadsd the decks. -• • * - Clob. , ' __ .. .• Miss Grace Webb was hostess to ai li( iy s Hardln. ;. the Wednesday Bridge club this .week for the final party ol the -'season'as (ho cluti Is discontlnu- 'ing its weekly parties for the sum,- nier. ... '••'• •• Lovely poppies, sweetpcas and coreopsis formed the pretty decorations for, the (wo rooms thrown -. open." ":.. In the contract bridge games Mrs E. C. Patton. won the club prize hosiery, and the guest prize, powder, went to Miss Mary Louise Tay lor. Other guests were Mrs. Clar chce Vollmer and Miss Mary Allen, of Chicago, who is the house| : guest of Mrs. James H. Bell. Tlie delicious refreshments were i " a salad course with sandwiches and '-.' iced tea. Mrs. J. C. Crlncr Is a patient at PHILADELPHIA, (UP)-A young emperor boa constrictor is makhij, Brnzll In n bunch o Mrs. L.'E. Story, Mrs. Harry Hat- Ws homc ,„ lhe Philadelphia zoo field and Mrs. C. Louis Wilson were nflcr „ j cur ncy from' the Jungle In Memphis .yesterday with Mr. ] 0 f tunica Story who Is ill at Ihe Baptist hos- bananas. ,, .... . , , j Tlio snake caused a near pmil Mr., and Mrs. Harye Hickey and L. lu . n phm Brnvcrmini| vvho 01 , baby, of Joncsuoro, will spend Sun- cmt a [tM s( unwrapped u, dayjierc as the guests of Miss covcr ,,.„;„ ft bunch ot bananas Ihe had purchased from Brazil. The snnkc dropped to the floor and I police were summoned who captured it and turned it over to C. Wimdcrllck were business visitors n Missouri.this week.'' Miss Mary Lynch returned Monday from Memphis where she ias been visiting .relatives fpr\ the rast week.' Mrs. Orover Thompson hns as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fas- slit ot St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John Cockron and children spent the past week at Rcclfoot, Tennessee." ', .'.') Mr. F. C. Louis has gone lo 'SI I,ouis for several days visit. Miss Anna Margaret Wood returned Friday from William Wood College at Fulton, Mo., wliore she has been a student. Mrs. Joe Powell nonds. You arc still required to teep the bidding open. If you •Hiuyit support diamonds, bid hrce no trump. If [KirliuT then bids four clubs, you will have to either bid four no trump or support on« of the three suits he has named. Of course, the naming or three suits is a very rare thing, but tho example is given to show you that the Kidding muit continue the imal declaration is a game-going contract. UEQU1IIKMGNTS FOK FORCING TWO-BID Original two no trump bills are not, iordng bids und have !x-en explained in previous [truck's. Original two of a suit bids must, show; a har^l sd strong thai it cim- ains five to six quick trick:.. Bu'. even this number of quick ir:cks s not sufficient, if more than three of the smaller cards aic iosers. Again, there arc two-suit hands that may contain only four quick Ticks, such as six spades to the ace, king and queen ar.d five hearls to the tice, kins and queen. This hand contains only four iiind. If pnrtiver has anything hi> vill keep the bidding open without a forcing bid. iit:sroxsi'.s TO I-'OUCIXG TWO KIDS i When using the above high requirements for a forcing two-bid 11 takes very little in youv hand to support partner. Kemember, though, thai he is looking for a slain bid on every two-bid that he makes. You. have only three losing cards to li'.ke cave of foi- pau- ntr, Uit-rclote makes ii i:a>iiivt iv- spoiisti if yoni- hand contains an ace, ci without, uu ncc, ii it contains cno und one-half U'icks ..'hich; would be a king, queen and a sido king. When holding less than the above, yo:ir nrupoi 1 ie- is two tritjnp, gives partner an opportunity lu I'djid. (Copyright, 1931. NEA Service, Inc.) .._ _ _ 1 HU L'1.1 IL til III I IH llkTVl IV MT tl LU U> , Says ex-Manager Emerson Brown, director of the _ zoo. Drown said that it was a rare ST. LOUIS, tUP)— According to I specimen und that lift had never day. H. C. Turner, former "campaign manngcr' 1 of Carrie Nation, tant antagonist ot the saloons, she Imd her peculiarities, but was "bighearled, keen and intelligent." "At times sho was gentle, kind and considerate of others," sidrt Turner, who now lives here. "Oilier 1 (lines she was like a vicious bulldog. On one occasion she said to In Full Swing in County The preservation of food is the chief occupation o( members of girls 4 7 H clubs a"nd Women's Demonstra-' tion cjubs which art nteeting;-with Miss Cora Lee Coloman,.- home demonstration agent, In charge. The proper method n' canning vegetables, now in season, Is demonstrated along with the sccrlng to be used in the county fair so that entrants may know how the food will be judged. The Nodeua Woman's club meeting today nud the Perry and Dell clubs will meet tomorrow afternoon nt the Perry school. There was an all day demonstration of beef canning at the home of Mrs. Oscar Hill of Wilson Wednesday. Meetings were held Brown's Spur and Half Moon Mon daughter Lois Mae at this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bernstein have as their guests, Mrs. Bernstein's sister, qulck tricks, but all ue ran expect to lose are the tv.'o small cards in the side suits and possibly 01* heart. It Is not necessary (o make very many original two bids. They must be able to go same in themselves. Why? Because partner will keep all one bids open with as little ns two queens in his hand. Why force him to keep the bidding open until gan:e is arrived at if you nped a trick from ins hand to go game? The llrst forcing bid used was the original two [orclng bid 'hich is now undoubtedly tiie bid in contract gel into the habit Dr. Miles' NERVINE Die! tlie work" says Miss Glivnr Clearance \\'u aro now oiif iluiiu Lu-HiuiU'i; ;~ on ju-w, :>L-;\/oiiai;n; ni t'ay Utir s a visit. $0 fai-tjl'.-'l'lllK'K Arcii Sliocs $5 visited her m(lsl " I)USE(1 YOU TRY IT.' After more than three months of suffering from a nervous ;i:l- ment, Miss Glivar uscc! Dr.Miies' Nervine whicli gove her such splendid results that she wrote us nn enthusiastic letter. J/ you sufier from "Nerves." If you lie cwake nig/its, start at sudden noises, (ire easily, arc cranky, blue and fidgety, yov.r nerucs aro probably out of order. Quiet and relax them with the same medicine that "aid the work" for this Colorado gLrl. \Vliellicr your "Nerves" have troubled you for houij or for years, you'll finrf (his time- (Jnu lot ifu ami ;;•» ^ihue.s In Ijiokui) hizu.-i Sl.tJU and .>i,!Jrf Ail shot; piop'jrly liltuU Dresses Ci'tipus, Chifions and Slianliuigs, lipoit aim Dre.H.s btyu's. §lo.7a value.-; ?r^.75 ^10 to values $7.75. Or •>, for .-jla Jirinjf M .Ft-iund. IJeauU- i'ui collection ol itrcss^J csiijL'diilly iH'ked at ^>o. Hair liraids anct Hough iSunwri. !jli and Kii vatilvj $£98 and'$3 J Panamas anil Stitdiuti D'ijiius, Sl.tfS ami'J One Jot- $2, $3 ami §i v;ilu€s I'oi- ySc: to Mosic Club Meets. 1 ••:• The McDowell Music club met yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. D. C. Freeman when Alice Jo McFnll, Colleen Holland, Margaret Ozmcnt and Howard Massey entertained other members of the I ''/.club. me: t Brother Turner, the Lord has I made me n veritable bulldog to run along at His heels and snap und bark at the things that hurt Ills little children !n this wicked world. Sometimes I wish that an angry s.-Uoonkeepcr would kill me mid I could go on to glory as a After the club song piano solos were given by Louise . Anderson, • Christine Brycans, June Workman, Thelma Fox and Josephine Bryeans. Talks were given on tlicsc subjects: "Practicing for the "Spring | Recital/' ."Stage Fright,'; "Methods |l~-of Practice," "Accuracy and Mem- cry," "Nailing ,pown - Attention." Howard Massey ! told -of the life of Rubenstein and.Miss Minnie. Lee Jones, sponsor;'-reviewed the year's . study. 1 -.; For the meat selections memorized this year, June Workman was the gen •-presented first prize and Josephine ments. Bryeans won, second prize. The guests, Mrs. John Bryeans Mrs. Joe McPall, Mrs, John Fox ; Mrs. G. E. Workman, Mrs. Clar . erice Massey and Mrs: 13. C. Free -man, and the members were served .refreshments in the social hour. •'•;' it iras announced that students ot •-iMlss Jones will be presented In a recital at the high school auditor I.:;. um Thursday evening. IVcshytcrians Have Picnic. More than 100 members of the! First Presbyterian church and Sunday school attended tho picnic at | Blue Hole yesterday. There wcro numerous entertain- 1 incuts of radio music, games and | contests and wading for the children. At noon there was a bountiful mtnu with fried chicken as the chief dish and later in ;he attcr- ncon ice cream cones WLTC served while lemonade was dispensed the entire day. R. F. Klrshner was chairman of the general committee on arrange- ; Has CImti. ; V. .Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was hostess to ; .the Tuesday Contract club this : Teck-end when, she also had as her 3 guests, Mrs. .W. B. Tanner, Mrs. -'•• W. H. Minyard, Miss Grace Webb ;c :'jind Mrs.-W. D. Chamblin Jr. !;• : .All kinds of June flowers deco|i.-rated the-living, rooni arranged for 1- the three tables of players. Mrs. I i Hunter C. Sims won the club prize, : hosiery, snd dusting powder went to Mrs. Tanner. :v' The refreshments were cucum- f'bcr stuffed salad, potato chlp$, ripe i>;'n!i«t-cookies ant Iwfl tea. Finds a Way to Stop Attacks of Fils Reports arc received of an nmaz- ln? treatment that epileptics state has proved successful hi stopping their attacks. R. Lcpso, Apt- 63, 123 E. Wright, Milwaukee, Wise., has been supplying 1 sufferers with this treatment. He novr ivlshes to Ask about IllinoisCentral 2-WEEK All Expense VACATIONS Reduced Summer Fares in effect 4*ily. Special lav «xcnT»on faces to many mulU' ptr'niining unusual wiH be featured •n cefftim d*tc« tlirciighotit tKe Mimin«r. Ask for information, for vacation literature «nd yoiir copy of "Chic«go (or the Touciu." reach all those who have not been iclped and to do so is making the startling offer of a generous treatment free to all sufferers. Anyone afflicted should write for free treatment at) onco, giving age. —Adv. Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314 Illinois Qateal nent to their house guest. Mrs. J. Mrs. M. Iskiwitch and chil- kelson Tallev of Memphis. Dauc- tested remedy effective. ng was enjoyed until n late hour conomy Ingriini Blrig. Next door to i'arkhui'sly Mrs. H. C. Davidson and daugh- :er qf Wilson were guests of Mr. Mrs. Bob Gtllespic, Friday. Miss Catherine Hugl!?y of Osce- visited in Luxora, Sunday. Mrs. Jesse Brown and daughter Miss Elizabeth Spiinn has turned from a visit with her sis- Yancey at "Hughes, Ark. Misses Adelle and Edna spent last week hi New Mo., with relatives. Misses Margaret McEcannon an Sliinan. who have bee for their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Owen entertained a number of their friends with a party at their home Friday night in special compli- ENTifiELY DIFFERENT and the ounfa VACATIONS Sim-Mootltd b«<ha whipped by pkauntly cool hie bretzeo, baseball, sports, opera iheairc, art, vie for your favor. side trips to the be^t of the Lalce Country can be arranged at iSe same time Illinois Central Personal Tra*fcl Service plans a Chicago trip for you. Let our travel «- pcru oi'.dine- a real vacation and explain lion KC can rtliev* you of all botll«ISX» detail. U« the coupon Wow. A FAST, £\'CEPTfOiVXt SERVICE FROM MEMPHIS TO CHICAGO, LOV1SVILI.E AND CIK-- C/.V.Y77V, AND ST. LOUIS TO CHICAGO. > J r. WALSH, Traveling Passenger Agt. A. A. WILLIAMS, Traveling Pass. Ast. ii J. CAIiMlCHAEL, As>t. General Wsscngcr Agcnl Grand Central Station MEMPHIS, TENN. M»M l«r Infwmitlon THE KOAD OF TRAVEL l.V'XUHY I I Illinois Central tr.iins use Central SI a t i o n. Only terminal on Mich- Boulevard. B. J. CARMICKAW'. .V"!. titind Cntnl SlilMn. M Vt'tthout ci>it senil K* coa:?:^ B6U1 iDform&tloa xtd lndl?ldull All-Elttnse 1 l«. .\st.,_lltlnols Oalral S)itcci, -•', Term. " -. T"""- ^:iuu.>a «n tho lollowlnc uulbn resorts: Q: Wctk Ch!cip> VacMfcn rj-fhlfjico for the Tou rill" <S-r*CC Hwk fjXt* Edjlind fj tirwl Ijk« Crolm I L AMn* — .mcne .— 1 im^m^mmmmmmmmtn, n MB _ a ^ i^ mmmmmm imt >• •• READ THESE QUICK FACTS^ o oporola— HET.TII! eaii/ soolcd rolrlj. crcl .-3 o-iif — No lilinon rtipoin — rrcvi-'j pans — Gu!elcsf elcclric re'ii^cralQ; — H—.d/ Ter^)o;cluio Co^lrcl— Mere, luL'o i L c'f sp^co — Flal, vssbb tcp — Gca^U, ^'acof.l c-bi-e's — lew pricoi — Gorc.'C'.i lerr;i — Cavcrc broad lac'iry gyatan'ca. rnr.'s nn electric refrigerator that's ulmlly diffcrcnl from nil tlic rest — lltrjt FC.IS n new of household refrigeration for years to conic. Tin; nr.\v S.-rvcl Ucrmclic is so lliiit it rc<|iiii'f3 fewer moving [>;irl.~. AH parts nnist to c;ni5ulrou!)lo liiivc lii'cn entirely '( lie wnrkiiig unit is licnnclicdly Ecnlctl inapcrinancntlialUdf nil • — to free you from llio Imlliur anJ c.xjionso of repairs in your kiU'Iicn— anil jilaccd in tlic IKISC of llie cabinet out of your way. It's tlic <|niclLV.L cloclric rcfrip'r- alor, and il requires consitlcralily i's-i i-leclric current to ojicnilo— give.-. ynu' : carcfrcc"' refrigeration for fewer ecnls a day. Cotnc autl 5ei! ourci)in}ilrlc fliow- ii:^ of hoantilnl, new raliinets. I here's no itijlallation imililuin. The working unit is already in- by in \ilace ami plug it into your wall socket. $185 * iMSTALl AND UP iNSTAUta 0° COME IN AND SEE THE SERVEL HERMETIC ,.•.'1 "1 •i'-.:-^ 1 Tones Hros. Hardware Co., Little Uotk,

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