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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 2, 1932
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PAGfc (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Cattndai . . .. . Tbe Wednesday Br|dg« club is being witerttiiied by Mrs. W J. Pol- l»ni; ... .-' Mrs, C. E. Cjrlgger Is having tlte Htw Weinesday Bridge club. The Jewish Ladles Aid society Is Dueling ai the home of Mrs. Sam .Florman with Mrs. Ron-land Wd- fort^iLS hostess. , The Delphlans ore meeting a! the Hqt«lNoblc at 9 a.m. with Mrs. O. W.'McCulchen as leader. A benefit bridge parly Is being givtn at the home of Mrs. Paul Greenwell in the afternoon and eveaJjig: • ••• Thursday Mrs. Otto Kochtllzky Is having the.'Thursday Luncheon club. The Matinee Bridge 'club Is meet- tog with Mrs. E. R. Mason. Mrs. Cecil Shane Is hostess to . the Mid-Week Bridge club The choir of the First Baptist church- Is having a parly at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson.-. Friday lite auxiliary of the American Legion is meeting at the home of Mrs. H. N. Ware Jr., with Mrs. H. F. Davis also hostess. . The..La<Uu Bible class of the First Methodise Sunday school Is meeting; at (lie home of Mrs. O. N. Hawkins with Mrs. Sallle Hublcr . and. Mrs," C. N. Ncal as hostesses. Tfce study class for mothers ot pre-sthool children Is meeting \vilh Mrs. Paul H. Rosen thai. The Dorcas Sunday school class .ot the First Baptist, church Is meeting with Mrs. J. B. Foster with Mesdames A.-.Wort and Frank Simmons i>!so,'hostesses."- Executive Board Meets. The, executive board of the Wo- nls'Auxiliary In the first Pres- ".ri,'church, had Jts monthly business ."• meeting' at the . church yesterday. 1 ' ,'..".. • ; Reports of last week's special rtudy o[. foreign missions showed that much interest was manifested in the 'live days of lessons' and that final 'collection, of a gift fund will be fallen at fho meetings of circles next-Monday night. .- • * 4- Ccancli H.UJ Meetincl" .Members of .the.Woman's .'council of the' First Christian church welcomed a visitor, Mrs. R. I,. Bradley, formerly of Little Rock who ' recently: moved here, Monday afternoon, in. a meeting at the'home ol 'Mrs. w. u. Stovall. The Hope division was in charge of the. program..\vj(h ; Mrs.. n. ,li: Dcdmnn rtuciing' Uic" 'scripture les- ton and Mrs.'E. K. I.atiiiicr offering prayer. Plans »c-rc formulated for u dinner to be served down (own Saturday, Feb'. 13.' Missionary Soctely Has Easiness Mettinj •J 11 ^'' 15 Jn'nibersyoC the Lake Street Methodist church woman's missionary .society, of the meeting Monday afternoon," at the home of Mrs. w. j; LcRoy 1 , heard reports .of the.officers. Miss Reedy..u-iis n new meffiberlV. . ' .,••'.; .;••Plans'.were."made for..a 'candy sale with-the members making the candy to be .sold by the- junlrs down town "Saturday. • • * Business Transacted Much business was transacted at the meeting of the woman's missionary, society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon, at the church. Mrs. J. D.' Barksdale was appointed chairman ot the children's department which Is to meet each Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., and Miss Mary Ellen Stevens' are to sponsor the choir, madq iip.of members in this group. • •' ' •Circle.4.announced that a hi?h rchool pupil's-tuition would be paid by its members.' Mrs. ; p. : X3. Ganske led ihe de- votloria!^ and a talk of the situation In.'.China In'the war zone was given by. Mrs.. M.' O. Usrey. •A 8LOU9t FO3 F.VERY IUJL&-. THE COTTOU SWCA. ffOCK EMSEMBLE AT Tllfc LEFT CAM StrWOHM TOR. GOLF, TFMNIS.CIOM AMD AIL Aerivt y fours AM) is PERFECT FOR. 6£ACll WEAR WITH SIACK-? ANOA8E8ET. Tut CREPE BlOUSt/BOVtlP FOR. lilt SUIT- B1A? LINE? WO COME? V\ •A GAY Pi AID TAFFETA MAKE? lift 6lOUSt AfiOVt. IT PA? WORN FOR STREtTOR. IMfORMALAFffRtWON'JI/EAR. -At THE RIGHT I?A MORE TORHALBlOUSEOfCHALK-r WHITE CKlPt: ',THt-5f?ARF- NECKLINE SAM eJf-TIED At'-- Bits.oj N Mostly Personal KITCHEN Ml. and Mrs. W. D. Jor,«v accompanied' by Mr, and M*'.,. (jhl II. UlacktiOKl of Little Rock, went to Hlckinan, Ky., today to ollenrt the funeral of Mrs. Mary PriUher, sister ol Mrs. Jones nnd aunt of Mis. lilackwcod, who died Sunday evening. Funeral services will Uc held Wednesday. Bill Cnldwcll and Franklin Atkinson spent Sunday In Memphis. Clarence Wilson is Improving at, ler several days Illness. - , Mr. r,nd Mrs. H. N. Swearongen and Mrs. Allle Sisk visited relatives In Memphis Sunday. Bfi-iKird Oooch, who is 111 from .smallpox, is now much Improved, l^s tether Ann Llbcrman, of Memphis, spent a shcrl lime here yesterday cnioulc home from st Louis. Miss LaVeda I-'iceman, of Memphis, Is ihe house-guest of Miss Ada D'.miivaiit, lur several days. W. A. Voss, of St. Louis, '.j s transacting business here. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. Carter had as their guests over the weekend Mr. Carter's slster-ln-laiv, Mrs Emma Carter, and her niece, Mrs. Colic Conilovcr, of Terra Haute, Intl., his nephew, Fiank- -Carter; Mrs. Cnrler, «;K| M/II and daughter 1 Walter and • Alice, of Chicago. Clin'vlcs Ramey, son of Mr. and Mrs.- C. W. • nniney-Who was a nviibei- nf tin- mid-term graduating clnss of the city high school, entered . Ilendrtx college at Conway yesterday. He was. accompanied to that city by his mother nnd his brother, Preston, -\vho rc-iurncd lust, night. . ,..!'..:• r Mrs. Atltilph .Mcj-ers has.returns ctl Irom u .brief stay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers lias returned irom a brief-stay in Memphis.. . Mr. anil Mrs. niissjll Blair and family, .have .moved to Memphis alter having' resided in- this city lor ii number.of-years. - - ,'• E[l ; Bell .Ib'.solng to'St,,-.Louis 4nd S.t. Genevlevel Mo.,'qnVbusl- BY SISTER MARY NKA Strike Writer The iri&nus for. tomorrow have been worked out. to give maximum rood value at minimum cost. While Hie age and occupation of .-ach member of a family. determines his food rermlrement, the average Jnnilly o/ two adults and two children will nnd the niemis adequate for all. The simple proc- .-ss of elimination will make them .suitable for anyone who wants less food. In the breakfast menu, a cooked O iain cereal Is suggested. This type of cereal gives the- most rood vnlue for the money. A second hot dish is not planned, but extra large servings of the cereal are tlven • and cream Is provided. The. luncheon .'menu follows the rule of developing the flavor u! bland foods as. much as possible and Including some highly flavored foods In the menu. Vitamins :md minerals are supplied In abundance and make ,up.any lack in (he breakfast, riienu.'-;; ; : Salisbury'• steak is- it:blt- niore oiil-ot-itlie-prdlhary tliim. hamburg hut lisei" the same, round steak; Iii Us make-up. To'makc! It put'round aleak ;through the food>chopper tw ico. Season'-well,: Qsing*oh6' tea- sjwon salt .-and 'o'lie-oighth tea- ioDn pepped to each 'pound of ..icat. Make Into"round flat cake., •uid brolj.ln a fine wire broiler-un- ?r or.'over a clear flame. ;•'-'' Cvenmed',potatoes are chosen In the dinner'menu for the amount of milk they "add to the dietary K.?ep In mind thnt^skinimed milk can be used to : .excellent advnnt- nge In cooking", wherii strict ccon uuy must be- : practiced. .: Society--Personiu'.' Osceo/a Sociely— Personal fu-st^hurch'^oup.el.tictct} Mrs. A. S.' Smltrr-yke -president to replace Mrs. Theodore Logan, resigned.. - Mjs. W. M. Williams Inught tho mission study. In the social hour Mesdames In Crawford, Tom Howard. Tom W. Jackson, Alfrqd S. Harwell, W. M. Crow and Leslie Moore served refreshments. * * » Given Birthday' Dlmier Miss Clara Ruble, was the guest of honor nl , a birthday dinner party last evening given by Miss Ad.i Dunnrnnt in honor -of her birthday. The 14 guests were served n delicious three course menu pink nnd ivlilte birthday , ...„ ^. a bnuqust lable. An-oblong bowl j Hobtrls"Iawroncc, n~t the '• reguia: The Molhodist -Woman's Missionary society met Monday afternoon In the church, auditorium with 18 members present, for the regular monthly business and Bible study meeting. Tlie"'lessoh taken from the book of Amos, was led by Mrs. Eli Myers. Members.ot-'tlw.-Baptlst Woman's cd n dc- Missionary r "Union.'y.e'slcrday'" bejan , with a| the stndy : 'of .a,riew mission study cake, at,text, "The Pi6riecr v Wonian". uy.'Uns filled with • roses, snapdragons sweet peas anrt other spring blossoms wns the pretty centerpiece .for the lace covwcd table and bou- quets'or roses and valley lilies also adorned the apartment. After dinner then; was dancing. The guests were: Misses Minnie kfatlhews. Marie Hickniaii. Hazel Hardin, Rulh Maltl'fiws, la Veda ~rccman of .Memphis, Percy Warm, pinkie Welenkoinp. Georc? Henry, Norris Moon. Prnnk I.ixla. Herbert. Pellegren »nd Frank Whilwoilh. |cles. Circle No. 1 Mng enterlalncd [at. the home of Mrs. D. S. Lansy Officers Elected . ' nnd Circle No. 2 at the home of Officers ol the 8A2 class of Mrs. J. K. Prnther. monthly meetings-held at -the home of Mrs. C. E. Welch. Mrs. R. 11.' Jones is conducting the study. Yesterday's lesson dealt with early missionary work done by women among the Indians. The meeting next Monday afternoon will be held at the home of Mrs. Clyde Cngle. The Presbyterian Ladies'' Auxiliary met Monday afternoon In clr- junior high were elected as fol-| o-i-s: Estn Livingston, Roland Bishopt vice c j rc i Ps arc slucying le?«ms presidcnl:' (rom lllc; Book of JamPS 110 |i, president; , tOOT5 „„.„, dcl | cloll5 refreshments Audley BIythe, secretary; Ruth {01 | 0;ving thc lossons . Dillahunty and Dorlnne Confer.; 5 members of the program commit-i tec: Albert Hidings, treasurer;. Jeddy Shcppard. reporter. Rev. T. H. Plemmons Dies in North Carolina The.Rev. T. H. Plemmons. Baptist minlslcr. died at his home In Fairfr.ont, N. C.. tills injrnin?. The deceased, who was thc stepfather of Mrs. C. W. AfTlick. had vi«itrd in this city fcvernl limes. icral sen-ices are to be conducted at that city tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Afllick will go to Kaln.-.ont within u short, tlnig • for a vij-il with tier mother. Mrs. T. H. Plemmons, v.ho survives Dr. Plemmons. Women! H»vc Monthly Dinner Meeting Plans for observing National Tree Planting day,' the National Busii:«s and Professional Women's v.-eci and the state conference occupied thc attention of local mernbers of the Business auu Prolesslbnal Women's club In "its monthly .dinner meeting nt the Ooff note!' last evening. Miss Cora Lee Co&nan explained .the tree planting observance as « part, of the Bicentennial Ce'.e bralion of Gcorgs Washington's bivth. r '. The observance of national week between March and 12 for this or »anlzslion.-was suggested by ATrs Tom P.-Jones. The state convention, to bo held in Pine Bluff April 23-24. was announced by Miss Minnie Matthews, president. Baptnt Women Have Vai(irs McmbcrS'Of thc L«>:ora.Baptist —i --.— —•— ^..-.v.. ul v .. t church woman's missionary, sccicly I first Baptist church of Osccala and thoso of the Second Baptist left- Monday to attend a four days church In .this city were guests of Bible school conducted by the p;u- thc same group of the First church.tor of Ihe Baptist church at for a; mission study at the church'gott. where-he will deliver a yesterday afternoon. There were of lectures. ' 60 in. attendance. | Subjects of his talks arc "Jem. For the • devotional Mrs. W. M. at tne Open Grave,' 1 "Th- Qosp-- Btiytoci. read from John l,-l:11 —Logic on Fire," "Ths Personalia on the tbemo "Love." Mrs. Virgil and Office Work of the Holy Spir- Ho!t «Bd.Miss Pauline Daly Eaug n It," "The Second Coming of Christ' T • L '. "^ !" The Opening of the Seven Seai la a brief business ««sslon thc ed Book." Osceola Baptist Pastor Attends Piggott School OSQEOLA. Ark.. Pfb2. itJP>— Rev, O.;E. Welch, pastor ot A reorgniiization nicelins of the hurcli Is being held Thursday eve- ling at the home of Mrs. C. E. Vcich. Mrs. Sallie Lynn is confined to ?r home following nn accident Sa:- irday in M'hlch she sustained a iroken arm. Her dng. a family pet. an'belwcen her feet In'the'kllchsn Saturday .moinlngVarid losing lief balance she well with lier weight her left hand, breaking both wrist bones. Henry Welch, until recently ol Wilson, who has been visitin?- his raicnls, Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch, left this morning lo join .lis family In Canton. Mls=., \vh;re ll'.ey will make their home. R. S. Wilson jr.. of Winiield. La., siwnt the week-end here Mlth Mrs. Wilson and their small dnns!: Nancy Snow. He wns enroutc to Boston, Msss., on n business trip and was accompanied by O'ile Coli of Wlnfield. . .-A. Sahford'wenlito Capi' Glrtrdeau Snliirdny, where 'slic will visit her daughter Miss Inez, who Is working nt Montgomery Ward's. Mr. and Mrs. F. E: Tc.ister moved to Chalfec Saturday. Mr. Tea- lei- Is working on the railroad out of Clinllce, which "necessitated their novlng to thn tcity. Drs. Carl and Edna' NIes of niy- hcvllle visited friends here Suii- la'y nfterncon. Miss Blanche Tanner went lo Si. Louis Saturday evening where she vill enter Barnes hospital for mc:l- cartreatment. Mlss, cm- Plcrj'.ediiis beauty operator'at Fre"a's. beauty shop. ' j..' • . ;Mr. .nntl Mrs. J. ."Sogcr : Crowe .nd -dn tighter Patricia..^ Stiutgart, irk., visited Mr. Crowe's 'mother, Mrs. B, D. Crowe of CftfutWsvll!: Saturday. Saturday afternoon they vere accompanictl l-.erc by Mrs. Jrowe and Orvello Hooker jr.. wlio 'isilcd Mr. Crowe's sister and irothcr-in-lnw. Judge nnd Mrs. J !. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe eft for Memphis Sunday afternoon where they will visit relatives while tiroute home. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes laughter, Mnry Sue, were in Mcm>his Friday. Miss Rhoads received nedicnl treatment while there. Floyd Mnlhls who is tDachiii!^ chool nt Maplewoad, sprnt ::K veek-end here i with his wile. HinkiD Slntlerspent the wee.k-rn i I Cape Oirardeau visiting frli-nd.!. Last Saturday evening Mrs. Lini 'endcrgrass ."-.trns- given a. ste-k hoii-er.'-The". Indies spent a pu-j.- nl evciiin- .playing cards, iifi:r vhlch delightful reffcshnients is::! ervcd. Mr. nnrt Mrs. G." O. Rahic ir enterlained the Ohrisllnn Sim.iiy ichool with-a social at their horn? Friday evening. Games nn:i o :: l csls were .iiniiseincnts after wr.;j'h loix-orn' and % cp'rtdles were >t-tv-.x] "Mre.. tv.-.--A'^ Mcl!>crmit a:vj .^j;i \ustlii-and-Grniidscn Bo ?'. ?.r.- :;: - jhis were the gncsls of Mis y f - Ocrmlfs son. I. D.' iVl tamily Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, w. A. Jbx--;; have moved to Ihe M. j. T;;i- s property which was. iaruifrlv c,-,-;i'J pied by Mr. and Mrs. j. \\ p n . Niture'a warninga-yi—• eonpfcxlon find p»'.nt rAl rosci in yc-.: r i - V •*l!ow chccka. lYulywcr.dcifLl ret' - \r. joltow thorough cola^ c Sudbury P. T. A, Gives New Drinking Fountain \ new frosl-prcof drinkinj fDun- I tain has been Installed on the front ' campus of the Sudbury :leir,cnt.iry ' fchool. This fountain. iv.iroius;d by the Parent-Teacher asicclation. was i:i?t3licd by Farls Simon who ol- ffred the donation. I Drinking facilities have bnj teen Inadequate at this school. Young Member of Official Family TUESDAY, FBBRUAKY 2, 1932 his-- kioA !t'\vcul<A and '.'L'.C ' That on the Gkinny wooden .legs^with" Mr. Photographer creuchlng bohlucl it—must have looked funny to litile Mary : Hope Hiirley,, Anyhow, the daughter of the'Secretary of War displayed her most entaginz smile when this-picture was'taken ol her In her perambulator- In Washington. would follow with a spade an'd heart. Declarer now leaii hls : CB clubs from- dummy. East iplay the four of-diamonds n..^ ...^ I declarer can discard his d;ucj of' -diamonds, West. ivockj discard the fight ol hearts. The ten of clubs is led from dummy, East drcps th* i tji of he.iits and the d;cbrer should I drop the jack of diamonds, toying him with the ac3-(|ueen ani one diamond. Of course West still h ;i s four cards, one of ivli.'cli la muse discard on the ten of clubs.' His four cards are ilie queen-Jack of hearts and the live and ilir'es of diamonds. Bi:t suppo-ing he held the king ami one ciair.on:! instead of two small diamonds—he would he forced to discard c:ie 3f his hearts to protect his king .of diamonds. The declarer thJiilU tlien lead a heart from dwniiiy, throw West in with the queen ?nd force him to lead into his uc;- a:iJ que;n of diamonds. Bnl as West docs not have the king of diamonds, he drc;:; the three. The declarer had 13 prepare for this emergency by ;is- carding his jack of diamonds. Now that the king of diamonds :s marked in the East, hand, IK- musl lead the' tea of diamonds from dummy and when East play.? rnrall. the declarer has the eight to uo under the dummy's ten. If lit h^il carelessly dropped .the ?!-;ht. r.c would have had to wlji ihe trirlj' hi Ills o\ni hand with tlu jac and only a small slain coulj 1 been made. Now the EOV?II -•! -jia- monos Is led Irom dummy and tlio queen finesse taken.-The last trick is won by declarer with thj ace o! diamonds. By carefully counting tho -cards nnd watching his discards, tho declarer has been able to make n grand slam at no trump. (Copyright, 1932, NBA Service, Incj Courier News Want Ads Pay. ' By.'WSi.' E. McKESSKY Secretary, American Bridge I-eajuc Any lavor ;c: »e"^pr'onounc;< "»»«*'?« ^ -an be'.'usetl.; The carrolsjlMcstlnB. '..Be care Unblocking plays arc -always in- ful not to get i\ur LIIII UL-.-uatu. : . AIIU ttiriuis, " "• . *...-. «- — a ^. K-S Eclccted l^caiis.e of their con- 'youirsflf boxed info tha wrong hand. qMIng co!or>aml tcflure and nlsnlWatch your discards so that your - (ratin on acqcmnt' &f their clicnpnessjhancl niay be as pliable as possible. m;owne^-;[»ramiK,; buttered, yello\y I'm nip's" 6r', 'greens 1 ' f4lght ••' well' be iscd. ••*' " Thc dinner dessert uses dried ap- l)les In- p.lncf .of freslx, fruit. It's such a.eood., simple; piiddljig-,thnt the recipe-Jfijllows."~' ('M i ;'• • .. ..i:.. -. ,>ir.t -, ,;;( . ; :Drjf<l Apple Pudding , .. On?|(;up flried-Apples, L ciip p iii'o- las^^.J ^'il-'l c'np ; i flpur;. 3J fa'ble- siioons" shortening,' 1 cgjtf,•'•!•"'tea- spoon '• sofln, 1 rteaspogn, cinnamon, If^'teasptiqn Jclo'ycs. >lli teasjx>on Wa'sli apijles through 1 several" wa- ns. Let sland over night in cold •ralei- >to covir. In tho morning cut in small pieces and simmer in Crater in-which, they were soaked until tender. Dissolve soda in ni6- lasscs and add to stewed apple's! MX and silt flour, spices and salt and slir into first mixture. Add shortening and heat well. Add egg M'cll beaten and turn into a well buttered baking dish. Bnko K minutes iii a .moderate oven. Serve warm with hard snuce or liquid snuce. This pudding la not especially sweet but n few tablespoons granulated snonr can he nddccl if wnnt- cd:- r Molar-scs lias comparatively little ' sweetening power but fidds many • iron grams -to thc pudding. 1 "<. * * • BREAKFAST.. 'Stewed prunes, cereal (cooked whole grain), cream (top milk), crisp tonst, milk, coffee. : •• : LUNCHEON: Baked dried lima besiis with tomatoes, now onions and radishes : (cari>ot b'unws or shredded cabbage can take the place of the onions and radishes), Boston brown tread, sliced bananas, ginger cookies, milk, tea. DINNER: Salisbury steak, creamed .potatoes, buttered carrots, curly ciidlvt 1 with bacon dressing, drier! apple pudding, milk, coffee Tho Bidding As Ihe Soiilli hand contains 150 aces at contract or ICO aces nt auction, there is no question that at auction South would start, with on: no trump, but at contract, employ- Ing the one over one system, South should slart with one diamond. West would pass and North would bid a ppade. This is a one over one hid and South is forced to bid ngnin. East would pass nixl now South, knowing that his partner holds one and one-half tricks and a biddable spade suit, would be justified in jumping to three no trump, nnd North, with ills long live-card club suit headed by king, queen, ten. which partner knows nothing about, should bid four clubs. Somh would then jump lo five no trump nnd North would carry the contract to six no trump. TROUI Doctors say bladder trouble is more common today than ever before. Hut why put up . with it? Just try taking Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules regularly. This fine, old preparation has been used for thh very purpose for 236 y«afi: Tod.iy it is one of thc most widely known of medi- ctrtM. That its popularity has ' continued so long is tht best ! proof thatitworks.35c&75c. ' GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES ' DRESSES ALTERED' We not cnly makv siinplo alterations but can completely ro-niaki? your frocks to confonii. to present styles. - All \Vo;'k Cii.-iriiiiti.ed Rea,-tumble I'rkes Phono f>3 Hudson Tailor Shop *K-Q-J-6 '' V7-? i-'^IO- 1 /' • ^*K-Q..10-8-6 A1P-9-5 VX'-Q-J- '8-2 . •'5-3 44.3-2 NORTH Dealer SOUTH * 7-4-3, 2 ' V 10-64 4K-9-6- *9-5 AA^8 VA-9-5 *A-Q-J-8-2 *A-J-7. The Play West's longest and strongest suit hearts, and as it is headed by klng-ciuecn-jack, the king is the proper owning. Thc declarer can count up lour spade' tricks,' 'one heart trick, one diamond trick and five chilj tricks—11 in all, and of course if Ihe king of diamonds is . in the East hand, a grand slam is in sight. The cedarer should win Ihe first trick with the ace and now play his ace of spades anrt one, winning the second spade in the dummy. A small club is thei: returned and won by declarer with the ace. Declarer then cashes his jack of clubs and leads the seven "f clubs to dummy's o.ueen. The two gooi spades in dummy snould thiMi be cashed, East would follow with one spade and discard thc six of hearts. Usclar- er would drop both his hearts, West LIQUID - TABLKTS - SALVE GCC t.fiitiid or Tablets used infernally and CM Salve externally, mik c a complete and effective treatment lor Colds. ' . Most Speedy Remedies Known 434 Sweet Cream Butter 35c Lb. ' BENNETT'S-.,: PASTEURIZED MILK 10c Quart Delivered Phone 74 666 Nationally known piano maniifiieturcr ha-:, brand now studio upright in currently popular model in vicinity. Will sacrifice at Wholesale Priee to avoid expense of boxing and 1 reshippingto our factory. For particular.!-,' write Piano Manufacturer, 30G S. \Vabash,".CM- catfo, Illinois, Attention, Wholesale Dupt. Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 1924 - 1932 Whal Eiglu Years of Service Have i\Ii:«ml To Us On Fcbrrary 2 102-1, when we opened thc KustJ, [nit we faced uncertain future-. Our resources were smull, oitv jiuiiiitiiituncc « limited and our outlook not so |>romi.sing. But we- had an idea. \\' v believed that gnoii hot Imbccuorl ,«, sandwiche.s would soil, espeemlly if we ma ,| c tl-.o,, 1 cUcr «„ • i, • else. So we selected young pork shoulder*, carefully barb >, ^Msip;^is^a";^^.»'ai s££r- '"•'"'• -"^a«sv±s,=! Ernest Halsell New Rustic Inn Corner Division and Walnut *\

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