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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1932
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1*0 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Rudy Joins Wife on Coast Society Caltndai . Members of the First Methodist church are holding a Day oi Prayer In the church from » o'clock to 4. The Ladles Bible class of tho Church of Christ is meeting at 2:30 In the home of Mrs. Aiiglcton on First street, Mrs. F. B. Joyner Is hostess to the New Wednesday Bridge club. Members of the Wednesday Bridge club are meeting today in the home of Mrs, Fwjisworth Black. Tlie Delphian chapter meets at 9 o'clock at the Hotel Noble with Mrs. W. I. Denlon as leader. The P. T. A. of the Sudbury school is meeting 3:15 in the school auditorium. Thursday The Thursday Luncheon club Is being entertained by Mrs. J A Leech. Mrs. H. M. Atkinson has tho members of the Thursday Rook club. The Matinee Bridge club Is meet- Ing with Mrs. Ellis Brlscoo. Mrs. A. Conway Is hostess to the Mid-Week Bridge club. The American Legion Auxlllan •is.;m«ting, 3:30, in. the hoine of Mrs. Kolahd. Greene with Mrs. R. H.J Bennett as co-hostess. Sunday JUbbl Carl Miller of Helena will bcj the guest speaker at Teiuptp isratl Sunday, 8 p.m. An interesting program has been arranged and members and friends are urged to be'present. Coanty c<»ncil D« Program Held Saturday was county council oay of Home Demonstration clubs with representatives from n communities attending the nil day meeting held In the Woman's club house here. Mrs. H.'c. Den- of Lcachvillc, president presided over the meeting, which was opened *(th roll call by the secretary, Mis. Walter Worlds of Oswola. Each member answered with n suggested motto for the club and a committee composed of Mrs! !> I) Jarred of New Liberty, Mrs. J R Qodwln, Promised Land and Mrs. W. W. Cox of Lcachville was np- pointtd to select the best from those given. Trw fetature of the day was the .. bread contest with Mrs. Walter IVood of Luxora having the best and Mrs. H. c. Dew of Ijuchvllle, the second. Each member brought a loaf of bread.they had bnlqd and Miss Gcrtrud^- Ooiitoif, extension nutritionist, judged by the" score card using .general appearance ns 207 r ; flavor, 35%; lightness, 15<Sand crumb. 30K. Miss Coiinnt then" presented her rlemonstration in "Feeding the Family," consisting at 5 weeks' menus. She opened a contest on the menus and a number of ladles from each community entered, to have decisions in June, when Miss Conant will return to judge the results and winners. ' . • During the noon hour luncheon was served with each mcmbcv contributing. • • • NCTT Ubtrtjr.lUs Joint Club ftkbratlpi! The Woman's 'Home Demonstration club, P. T. A. and 4-H presented a. Joint program In observation of George Washington's birtli Friday at the New Liberty school building. H. L. Autrey, superintendent of the school, had charge of ths program and each grade and organization participated with a patriotic number. After the program the students and clubs went to the campus where they plnnted 12 trees, dedicating them to .Washington. A social hour vas spent with the Woman's club serving refreshments. * • • Baptist CircVs Meet. Mrs. Will Rcdgcrs was hostess to the members of the circle No. 1 o! the First Baptist Woman's Missionary society Monday afternoon with a social at her home on Lilly slrceL There were ten members and two visitors, Mrs. Seeman and Mrs. Rodgers, who enjoyed various games and stunts during the afternosn hours. ; A plate luncheon was served by the hostess! Eight members 'with one new member, Mrs. .F. T. Lee of circle No. 4 gathered in the home of Mrs. Charles; NCWCOIHU tvr their study yesterday afternoon. Mrs. U. W. Mulling led the -devotional period followed by prapers by Mrs. Alvin Huffman and Mrs. T. H. Haincs. Mrs. Wilhitc had charge oi the Bible lesson. « « * B.' It P. Clrt Has Meclinif. The Business end Professional Woman's club held a special meeting last riight in tr.c club rooms at the:GofI Hotel when Miss Cora Lee Colemsn, stale chairman of research work, was leader of ths research program. • . Miss Minnie Matthews, president of'tire organization, and Miss Margaret Merritt gave discussions on the subject and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds "conducted a round-table study by the group. Information talks were also given on the B. and P. slat* conference to be. held ii Pine Bluff, April 22 and 23. Plan, wtrt made to tend a number of members to represent the local PECULIAR * AN ^* AlJifclw.,* Up ihc icwil, oi If it htU TOUI km! A rW,BUiaiTiw.n ^* A^-iivllost in a tier, XH!«! fen nit il il inotl |«ijur TilV. k |ej* en cofn« TKriMoT : of yom kiss. Bits oj News Mostly 1'ersonal of Peace, Manila. There Tert .-.wytra] visitors to *hi« neeiuic. Miss Loi-cno Kicc and w. N. Young of Manila were issued u man-Inge license here the 23id and married in Manila with Justice of ;hc Peace, John U. Nrcdlmm of Manila officiating. Methodists luue :«ll for Day of rraj-fr. Methccllst churclics are Issuing n -iill for obscrvnnce of Wcclncsclny March 2ml ns a tiny ol fasting a:;:'i prayer and the local posters wltli ,he women members will Bather in he churcli at a o'clock until 4. As quoted frmn the issued call. "All preachers and women observe Un- lay of prayer ana fasting as foim- lallon anil preparation lor all the Holy Spirit was to do for the first disciple. A period of time Is given entirely to prayer and they nre nil n one place in one uccord. The intire day should be devotee! to icart searching ami prayer. 'Hie distressing- grid perilous times tltrti which we are passing lias evidently created an unparalleled opportunity for the church." Miss Opnl Marcus and Howard Davis, both,, of Paragould were T/^i'VOT-vHie 21th with Mag ''"ate,.,q$nf Alexander perform Ing fho ceremony. Miss Marguerite Cahvell ntxl Austen Fleeman of Manila were Issi'ed a mnrriage license here the 25th and married by the Justice Probe Mystery ol' Her Death Jolm U. Needham of lullan-Bunn Miss Ruby Sue Dunn nncl Charles Bunn both of Armorcl were •nnrrled hcra Saturday with Jus- ilcc of Peace, E. D. Walker performing the ceremony. • - • • SIchiTrtspn-Wrlght Miss Thcl.i Wright 'and T. J. Richardson, both of Blythcvillc, Route 3, rocured a marriage 11- •ensc here Saturday and wrcc married by the Justice of Pence E. D Walker. 3rooks-Wya(i Miss Ursula Wyatt and A. I. Srooks of Trmnann were married Mrc Saturday witli the Rev. A. J. Hill performing the ceremony. fchnsnn-liirgctt Miss Christine Hargctt and C. C. Johnson, both of Ulylhcvlll; were ssued a marriage license Fcbru- iry 27th. * » • Mrs, Shirk? las W. M. S. Mrs. H. n. Shirley was hostess o the Woman's Missionary society of the Second Baptist church Discovery of the unclothed, bruis- , ed body of Miss Else Flothmcler (above), .a minister's daughter, hidden In thick underbrush near Eurholinc I'nrk, l»a., WHS folloivcd by an Intensive police Investigation. ily to accomplish whatever bhc undertakes. 'As n result of her selection ^fiss Worlhlnslon will be n delegate to the state convention ot the association nt Nashville April 1 and and. and while there shc will IK n gii?.st of the Deltn Delta Dcltn Vamler- bill chapter house. Miss Worihiugton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rny Worth- inglon and n 1931 gradual.? of the Blytlieville higli school. Miss Mary Aiden Gniloway siieitt tlie week-end In Memphis. Miss Irene Jolms, home ecoji- . omlcs teacher of high school, Miss | Cora t'olcman. county home (Icnioiistralloii agent, Miss tier- tnitlo Coimnt, extension ini'.rltlon- Lst. and Miss Dura Plant of \Vil- Eon drove tc Memphis Saturday to st-c "Kmma.' J Miss LIJI-II Uailclls of Jackson, Miss, is vUlllnii friends here for u reck. Lawrence of Cape Olrardeaii. Mo., is spending ;i few days here on biisiiie&s. lioy Hognn, Mrs. Vcrnlc Stillwell, Miss Winnie 1'hllllps and Victor Stillwcll ilrove to Memphis Sunday anil visited with Mrs. Ho- SJU>, ivlio Is uiKlerfoi'.'t; livalmeiii In the Uapllst HospliHl. Allhousili Mrs. liogun's conclillou Is improving, she will remain tlirce more weeks. Miss- Marie McLcod is Improving after -ft : week's Illness ol tonsllllLs. Miss-Cora l/ee Coletnan, county home demonstration agent, spent today In Leachvillc and Manila attending club meetings. Mrs. J. p. Lend and Mrs. Jo'-.n Waterman shopped in Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. Ilnrry Alkins is condncd to her home ivltli nn attack of influenza. Little Glc-noin .Mr Lead has recovered aflei- several days illness with seiirlet fever. Little Mary Ruth Woods lias returned to her home in Memphis' after a week's visit W ltl; grand - linienls, Mr. and Mrs J. E Whlt- wcirth. •Mrs. A. L. oakes is seriously ill with pneumonia at the honn of her (lauBliler, Mrs. n. s. Provost on 5!h street. Houslou Secoy ol Memphis sipiu til." week-end here wlih parents M' 1 . and Mrs. Tom s? c oy. Joe B:iird Hawkins of Helena iva-' the sliest of his |iaicn( s ; iim frle«id' oiirlng the week-cm!. Mr. nnd Mrs. iMnrKospiithal anc 1 ' II tie son. Paul Jr., ore visiting in St. Louis for n few i|avs Mrs. w. S. ncsenlluil'lias rotnrn ed from tlie Baptist hospital ii Memphis ,vtjrc she undevwcnt ai Osceola Society— Personal TUESDAY, MARCH 1, CONTRA< BRIDGE BY W.M. K. :..t-«r..-, a ,.,- Scmlary, Amrrlvan l!riU BC L-u-ue , A question often asked is "Why ; s contract, so much more popular j Uian auction" Well, after you nave i™ yea .^" t .'' acl llvo or "iree limes. •you will nave the answer ycmr- •*• • riia reason for the ponuinrlly of bridge is it is a ,iartne , s 'll|) same. At auction, it part- jnerslnj) pjay that vras liiuiortanl, U..up;.'iu; everything In New York, Rudy Valcr, made a bee-line l,v lil.n:e lor California and hbs bride, tho former KIV Webb P!. 0 - 0 •hwu the Vulees reunite,! at (he clear of the Simla Monica police <-;uio:i where Mrs. Voice's father, C. E. Webb, In center is chief of police. Happy smiles are (Heir answers to rumors ot a fading romance. More Fun! 0|»ration weeks a»o The Presbyterian Ladles' Auxiliary enjoyed an nil day meeting at the home pt Mrs. F. L. Phlpps Monday with a covered dish lunch at noon, each member preparing n l»n of the luncheon. The day was spent in the study ol a foreign mission book. "Out- Church Faces Foreign Missions." with every member taking p.ut. • » * The Episcopal Onilrt which is meeting weekly during I,cnt. was entertained Monday nltcrn'xni nt the home oi Mrs. W. E. Hunt. The social hci:r was spent in ivoikin Monday afternoon with eight mem- j n quill which the Guild is nukim- rs attending. f or cliarilnble purposes and a sin- Mrs. Virgil Holt contributed a dy from the text, "Sonic- CJuiH Lcu- >rayer as tl>? opening number and ten Thoughts," was I'.nd. Mrs. Mnry McAlistcr roudiptrd j Mrs , the scripture rending taken from , t | lc Bro ,. D the second chapter of John. A 6 P ' - PBrl0d W " 5 Il0rt Lo vcvv cll, president of I the dismissing nrayor was ot- feicd by Mrs, Sam Overtoil. * » • Woman's Council Meets The Woman's Council of the First Christian church met Monday afternoon 2:30 In the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. R. \,. Ucd- man.l»d the scripture lesson, followed by an offering of prayer from Mrs. Terry. A bricl business session was held with Mrs. O. W, Barham as supervisor, durinr; which time plans were marie for raisin? money for tho council fund. Thc Hope group ol tile council had as their guest, Mrs. Shcpparti, Refreshments were served durlns a concluding hour by the host- is. • : * * « Miss Worlhlnpinn Ts Honored Mtss Tlielma Worthlngton. who is attending Southwestern University in Memphis, was chosen state secretary of the Tennessee Union of the students association held In Bethel Collcpe at McKeuzie, Tcnn. recently. There are more than 150 students in a'tlendance end despite lh« fact that Miss Worthiiu- ton was absent 'she as given the honor • because of her o«w»ndlng work as a »ludenl and her abll- T11 « Woman's Un:on "met at'the church Mcntiny nftc.r,n'ccn for completion of Hi: toxt,'."Pkmecr Women." Mrs. R. H. Jones M the lewan anti conducted examination in the book. Th= Christian Workers will en- Ic-rlaiii ineiiiben of tl:e Christisn church al n dinner and evening in the clnb rooms al Ihe court house Thursday evening. Plans were made for HID which will include a at tho regular meeting ol the Walkers Monday attrmom, when 11 members ucrc present. In addition to U:c business session n devotional service was led by Mr< W. T. Riimsey. Thc next inWtlnp of the Workers \\lll br liclci Monday with Mrs. John Cramer. Misses Lillian and Lrnrila Pnt- tcison. Mrs. E. A. TVafnrd and Krt- ward Teaford h;ard I'adm-.v.-ky in Memphis Itiday cveinnp. and Mrs. C. A. Davis ar? today in Mempiii?, Miss Mnry Louise nichnrtlson o Loulsvflle .Miss.. is lhn st ' i^.Rnt.U Matthews for "evera Cliarlcs H. Pinler. of Litlle Fio-k reivjiuic iusiirctor. is spcudiiiij a f eiv clays here on Imshioss Miss Chnrleen Hobinson ciui- lliiucs to Improve nfier nu njiii.'M- ledomv in the Baptist Hwpllal in Memphis Iwn woeks nuo Slii> n-- iirncrt liomc Friday. Mrs. L. G. Crafton who 1ms br?n sj:endins the- winter in St. Louis with her daughter, Mrs. Cl. \V [liinter. will arrive here llio latter mr( of the week to visit the ,su:i:- ucr with her daughter. Mrs. Tom Jones. Mr. aiul Mrs. M. L. Craf- on will di-ivi- ii|> for her. Miss Mnrion Millner and Cni-1- ton Bohaiuiln; nr? in Kiio.vvlllc. Tcnn.. with friends for a few days. M^r. nmt Mrs. Fred BlomeycT or Carudimvfltc s|icnl the woebT.d here witii Mr. ami Mrs. E. K. l!iu- mcycr. Tlie Cotton Boll club pluyed over radio station KBTM. Panuould Sunclii>. Tlitise goine WOLT. fjl.-on and Virginia Womcyer. Lmiiso Turner and Wcodrnc Turner of Luxora anil Mack Millner. Midway Notes Mr. 1 ;. I.i/xie Gniin of Hniiiil!(r:. Ala.. an:l liecd Crawlcy were n;:r.- ricd Moiuiiiy of last week at Hamilton. Ah They relumed '!,;•>day and are ncnv at liome h.ii. Chcstr;- and Tlicn. WoolilrM:.— r: Drll and J.ick Hill and so:-..s L:, - nnl and Clarence attended the !:..;- kolball pimc al Blythciii!<j ',...: Thursday. Mr. niul Mrs. W. IT. Woal(i::ii , Tiic.c. \VooldridsiC and Mr -.:-,;: Mis. Cheitcr Wooldrldi:c i-f !'.. and Mr. nn;l Mrs. Uoss Wonlii:;-i.. of the Oilctirist farm are imn.:,; to tills ccmmiimty. Ml.i. J. A, White is ill «:;•-. .:-.. m-iuii anci cbilii «nd lev... Dallas Scalllon has rcliirnc:! !.-:. alter n week's visit at Jon-.->:».;.. Mrs. Mann will tnlk 0:1 ;l:- i aiul Welfare.of^iu. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. JI-.MI: : . iiuulny in b'liiiitoii, Temi. -,i. . -.Hunt's parents. 'tiio> |.- ho:nc by way of M?mp!i:^ ,. : : accompanied home by ;;.i,! : . Mlbs Catherine Hiujiu-y. been visiting i» Meiii|i;!is :...time. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wi;;;...Homer Qulnii arc in I/.f.l • ii a few days visil \\ilh Mr Krnnk Willi.ims. Bruce Ivy Is a biiiin--., •• Ultle Uock lixi.iy. Mrs. Charlr.-. Lmir.ciu • Heba DaviclMin an;: .\i. J.ickjcn fpetn .Monriiiy :•; -,; Mr. and Mrs.'c-. \v in Memphis Mc-ndav. J. E. Martin o! \V',:v.i. : . is a business vi>uri- n- {u II. H. -Brooks ;i! !( | s ;i Von have attended many biirt»-> partiEs and have heard Mr,-. Smith bid one heart and then descrlbo a woiulci-fui saiiwl that she was gclns to servo wlifn it was her turn to ciuertaiiv. It was dlilicult to nud n»>oiic ivlio j-cally knew «-lia t (he Did was, ouUid: of ihe jioor declarer herself. Was ii any wonder that the IHH- caiMl objected to attending ihe brldifc parlies? Bill how different today. As .soon M Mrs. Smith bids a heart she and her partner bjccmc vllally interested in u-ying to arrive at a game or a slam declaration. And took at l!io men p!ayin B contract Huffman News Mrs. Ella Hay Is a visitor in Bly- leviilo Uiis week. Mesiiamos W. u. and Billle Ray called on-MM. Keg Hughes Wednesday aflcrnoon. Miss Jcj-2 Adams was Hie Wcd- 11 (sday night guest of Miss Minnie V Kissell. Mrs. ijenry ciiandler called on -\ns. Emma Peery Wcdnesdav -ift- ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Green mad? business trip u, coote, Mo 1 liursday. Hie Hiiltman school sururisej J tines Walker, who is absent from school wilh a L-roken !c" vith a Bifl box Thursday. McsdaniL's Ocorge ftrry and Fannie Moore called on Mrs J T Nance in Blytlieville Saturday Mr and Mrs. Henry Chandlei'en- tertainwl friends with a card party at their home J;ere S.iturday cve- ^8-^Amons those llrcs , 1H wcrs c\™' ,^ S H "S l! ». M'b-s'es' Louise Chandler and Maxine Coiieland Vou know a man always 3iijj V s poker. Von have seen men wlic pu-iifi| dollurs Into the pot whe-n lnlain B tlie ten ol chAs and Hie ten of diamonds—just a litlle pair ol tens —and tlK>n on tlie next hanc, «.-.;n ihcy Ireld the same pair au;l tin man on his right bet a dime, ho wouldn't even call. There is u certain poker gamble (o contriiut that appeals to men. You will find that at contract a woman bleb her cards very jy s . icmatirollj'. She Irani* her urijge fiom tlie book and aiUicrcs Miict- )y to its teachings. But the man likes to mix lib bld- uuiK up Just, as he did hi;, i^aiii'/ • m l»kcr. However, this smn' man will tell you lliat, scimd l;iJ:!in'— :e same as sound bctliiig-ivins m the long run. C'omrnct bridge is, wiliioi.l a doubt, America's leading rjerratlsn today. H alfords hour allsr h-jlir of pleasure and instructive mturlaln- inent combined with (lie so'cijl com- - ploiuhip of am- frisnds. But hi us not foryet thai u is still jusl a game. (Copyright, 153^, NEA Service Inc./ f^. viay cvenine for a visit with Mrs. Oi-wn's fatlier, A. S. Miller. Afr. and .Mrs. Eugene Browns of West Memphis passjd through hero enroule to their home th=r_> after a visit with relatives near here. Who inlrt matrimony is ,;o lauchina matter? when the camcrnnnn found Colleen Mono a.-d her brand-new husUmcl at Miami Beach n, I he other day, the HoiieMiioonlnj film actress greeted him with tlii's smib. itlow's Will Provides '•;."! n ' omo " fc '" lr tllcirs arc Wmg that " . For Care of Horses -. Mary Tyndalc, in "The To AUSTIN, Texas H'p. ., Pro lic -™n;ui's Review," v,r,.".,.; h,T , ,„, ,, , , re.-xlcre (f,,-it tiie |raltcciv<iiii an -s ^ ior^iie^.-:a.c-.:rTi)m;; anil jk-tt lend, to become larger us they "ud- 'advance in asc. S!ie urges thtm ol htr d In Ihe -..-ill o! Mij. M.irv El:z.i ' lo cliocbc^lliuir iiiots carefully. Jrown, wiiiow I;r :i .. v.hcs, estate' t licr cleatn u.ii ,,'u-i \ •*-?, t ' e - 1< ' Courier Koivs .Want /\ds. 00. ' ° -as, 30.- H r ['\""""' V " "•'•'' l i;i ' : '" (:I ™ . -fashiri.fd r.-.;;i.i t - ; : , i-octrn notor which:;. :,-,. ,_ v ; j ( O ..t,^.j,, lie sale of her ht:--c.. e:i ll.u'<;»"ii larket. 666 l.iQlili) - TAJK.ETS- - oAl.Vi: CG(i f.iquid nr Tablets used internally and GCIj Salve externally, nnk c a romplvtc and effective A fun'! (.; -ji(V)j , Q ai|| nirnt for Colds, indents «iMir:, : , ., l . l ..,.. , hc Alost Sjicccly Kcmcdies Known nivcrsily. H?];iEi-,.- ::i M-- ^^-r '; • ms ninehii; ;,,, :| ''^l : l"^ i 0 S^.CW. V.,r,;..;> hcmM-],,!.., , ' ' Policewomen Worry ! Over Size of Feet LOiNDOX. Kll.'!.i::-!. .UPi-.-ji =, ' timc-tc^cii ax!i.; : [:,. ;t ^^ , M ij f ? i | men have uig ,L,:. \- 0 'w po'.ic'j-! Mr.v S. H. Mann anc! Mrs. John pent'er are „„„,,<.^ %•-.1. Moore of Forrwt City arc m Os-1 theville today aller--!- - : MOM today for the meeting of the j ing of canning fa;to-V».- - . «omens Progressive club, w^cre lives. •"••... Sweet Crenm fiuUer 30c LI). Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c (}l. Dclivcrcil 1'honc 71 Hulg:iri:m Hnlicrmilk 15c Q(. i Go to Church Sunday rs^Guy Wiiscu. formerly Mks pllip Cassldy, of Cooler. Mo. was e guest of relatives here Sunday Mrs. J,'aiinie .M oore and Ml - E5 Maxme Cop'eland visited i-jiative-- m Cooler, Mo., Sunday. Mrs. A. S. .Miller and son Sidney jr., ana Miss Mary Alice ftcidick Of cootcr. Mo, ^Mcd on ftiends ran rel!ltires * f ' ft: ' S ™>W 'aftlvt' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman, of m '?' raU=d °" JriC11 ' 1s hc '« Sunday aftemcoi). Rev. Fitzgerald 'of JonssL-aro cnn- ductei! church services ],-re Sun- toy morning at tlie Baptist church Mr and Mrs. Billic Itay and Mrs'. ,,,»•• "°r mrc Snnd!> y <"»»='• guca.s of Mr. ami M rs . M ;IX nny Mrs. F. Moore ami Miss Maxin- C^land called on Mr.; and M,; Cecil sayrc Sunday evening. Mrs. M. A. PoDle ira's the Smi«ay "i«tu guest of her sisler. Mrs Zci Pooic of near Tyler Mo Mr and Mrs. R. i[. Grccn ,,„, iamily motcrcd to Cooler. Mo Sun- GOOD NEWS FOR BLYTHEVilLE Williams Laboratories havj ar- r.ingcrl to have ii man in your town wiio will tell you alisut WIL- 'LIAMS 1 FORMULAE. The Kcr- mnlae that llicsj. wlio liav: been forlunaic cnougli to act a baltlu arc so riilhiuiastic nbout. Satis[action guaranteed or jour money refunded. Get l):uk your pc|i. Ycu Know That "Wonderful Feeling." ecomuieiidcd for stomacli, liver and kidney disorders covering dyspepsia, biliousness, gasy stomach, distress alter eating, heartburn, sour stuiuacli. chrcnic roiisli|u(lon, 3ick headache, neuHlis, n»i:r.-\!sia, rheumatism, lame back and general weakness. Keep your stomach, liver and kidneys healthy and nature will Jo the rest. Get a bottle today from Klrby Drug Co., or Kirby Bros. Co. _Adv. 1 PERMANENT WAVE ( IncluJing Sha m poo and* ^cl. Guaranteed. - - : -,-. ELAINE JtKAUTY SHOP Glcncce BIdp. l>ll»ne 43 Your Colds doubly dangerous NOW! This is thu season when pneumonia lakes its heaviest toll. With an unusually large nuin- l)cr of colds prevalent here and scattered cases of flu reported in many sections of the country, it is more than ever important to treat al! colds promptly. Colds pull down body resistance and often pave (he way for flu and pneumonia. Don't take chances. Double you,- protection wilh Vicks Plan for better "Control of Colds." Mimy CoWs: Whenever you feel yourself "c;.lchii) K ( -oM"-(h;tt \it.- iHisliikaWi! slull'y, snn-zv reeling—a|-,]il.v a few Vicks Noso I)i',, ))s ,,,, (,,. ie |, jKisfrii. 1 in.-; will dtcck miiny .-olds l.eforc they KL-l Ijfyoml y.nir mwc ;ill( i Un-oal— where mosl colds slart. T<) KiMlnci! the Sfvorily of CoMs: If a cold slips liy those prcrnnlions . . . or strikes williutil Wiu'iiin^j . . . rion'l iu'g- li'cl it. At liol-limc maKsage your tin-oat anil cliosl with Vicks Va]i<>Uiih. niivin.ur tliu day use Vicks Nose Drops every few hours, for added comfort aiM relief. This gives you full 24-hotii' tfcatmoiit. Vicks .Plan Doubles Your Defense Against Colds

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