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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 7, 1932
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1932 HEADLINE OF MARGU (Nj Tv/e- EASTER PAPAD& THE IEFT, A PEAK Socitly Calendat Tuesday Mrs. U D. Chamblin is entertaining the Tuesday Luncheon club, Tho Tuesday Contract Bridge club -is meeting with Mrs. Harry Klrby. Mrs. Crawford Greene is hostess to the Yoimj Matron's club. The senlcr high P. T. A. Is having a study course on "Mental Hygcine" in the high schcol nud-1 itorlum at 7:30 this evening with Miss Wiliic Lawson ami ; M.ISS Selnia Lcntz ns Instructors. • Mrs. Jesse Whit- lins lh e New Tuesday Bridge club members. 1 The Woman's Missionary society cf the First Christian church Is meeting with Mrs. Winncfred and Mrs. Berry of Bnssctt, Ark., as guests for monthly social nnd program. The executive board of the high school P. T. A. Is meeting 2:30 in Miss Kos;< Hardy's otficc. Tho tegular meeting oi the V, T. A. is at 3:30 in the high school autl- Itcrium. The Jewish Ladles Aid Is meet- ins with Mrs. W. M. Lang with Mcsdames Abu Llverant and Helen Kurtz of Luxora as co-hostesses. Mrs. Randolph Smith Is hostess to the New Wednesday Bridge club. The Wednesday Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. Jce Hnlbach. The Latibs BIKe class of the Church : ol Christ is folding its 4th series of studies in the home of Mrs' J. W. Bnder at 2:30 this . afternoon. The Study club of the Junior High P. T. A. Is meeting in lhc office of Mrs. Lcucllc Haloy at a o'clock. Tnc regular I'. T. A. meeting is Ijclnrj held at 3 o'clock in the Junior high auditorium. Thuisd.iy ' Mrs. Stephen Brooks is entertaining the Matinee Bridge club. The Thursday Luncheon club members ar 0 guests of Mrs. Ross Hugh;s. Mrs. Harry Rallies is hostess tc the Mid-wooK Bridge club. The Elliott Fletcher chapter o: the U. D. C. is meeting with Mrs W. M. Tnylor with Mrs. A. M. Butt Mrs. S. 1'. Martin and Mrs. Joe Jiiiler ss* assistant hostesses. Firsl President of B. P. W. Club Bits oj Netis Mostly Persona! Mr. anil Mrs. Cecil Oxford and Mr. and Mrs. Will King were; guests of relatives here Monday night of lust week, before leaving on a inotcr trip lo California, j Mr. Worth Italy, of Tyler, Texrs, and Mr. Austin Ntely of Abilene, Texas, were guests of their mother, My:;. Victoria Neds' ar.d sister, Mrs. George 1'erry. from Saturday evening until Tuesday incrnliijj of liiit week. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Ml.<s! Mcsdames Clcvc Tnnkcrsipy ami Winnie Phillip, and Miss Minnie! 1 * 1 "" »nrrl;on of lilythcvllle were Ray Wortlilniilon has relumed after a two months business trl]> In Oklahoma. Mrs. Hurry l-'riMns. who has l;o;n connncd In the Hljllii-vllle r.o.spltiil .since the birth of her son a month flf!O. Is still v^ry ill. Yarbvo No. 51« vs. Mrs. J. C. Hopper, et al., Defciul- nnt. The defendants. Mrs. J. C. Hop- MI'S Marie llnrnlsli The Ulylhevllle Business and professional Women's club was or- isnlzcd in February, 1924, by Miss Nfarie Harnlsh, who became Its first president. Under her leadership the :lub was federated the first year Miss ilarnlsh hns rcrved in almost every ofllce of the club, and a.« chairman of almost every coinmlt- durlng the seven years since the club was organized. T.irongh her spirit the chib hns been car rled over many trying times. Miss rntsh has reproscntcJ the laca at various conventions nnd conferences. She attended the nitlona convcnllon at New Orleans In 1020 as a delegate of Hie Tilythcvill? club, and titso the regional conference at Hot Springs In ll>29. Miss Ilarnlsn is alio very aclhc li church circles. Miss Ilnrnlsh Is associated with the Chicago Mill and Lumber cor porntion ns secretary' to its loca manager. Mrs. C. T. Stiamlin won prizes h the contest.';. The Pre-sehool P. T. A. is -i ing with Mrs. li. L. Dedman a " The Etude Music club is the guest ot Mrs. iversoiij Morris with Amy Huth Morris u< hostess. _ County B. V. r. U. Has McetlDE litre. Mississippi County Ha pi 1st Vouns Peonies' Union met In tlie Flrsi church here Friday evening at, 7:30. J. A. Holley, president 01 the organization, presided, and the first number was a song set vie? directed by ; the chorister, Ulliu Raj- Morgan, accompanied by Miss Laretta Alston, pianist. An enlargement campaign lor the nest month was'discussed by Mr. Miller and llu Rev. A. S. Harwell, pastor of the local church, and trie Rev. Horn ol Manila. "I Choose Jesus" was sung by the congregation and a prayer -was ot- iered by the Rev. A. S. Harwell. Misses Kathryn Martin and Virginia Huflman played an organ duet followed by a devotional by Milton Grahim. A chalk talk wat given by Jinimie Tipton nnd Alvln Huflman followed tv a playlet, "Tht Spirit ot the B. Y. p. U." given by the Harwell Union of the First Baptist c'nurch. The cangrcgatioi. sang two cherubs of songs before pronunciation of the benediction. The unions answered the rell call, with seven present Trc:n Kaiser; five from Osceola; 9, Dell; 28. Manila; 33, BlytnevUle First Church, find G, Second church; making a total of 120 members, 18 visitors and lour pastors. The Second churc'.' won the efficiency bann:r with 9C per cent, and Manila won the attendance banner with 85 per c;-n!. Manila will entertain the association for the April monthly meeting and they will also have charge ol ti-.c program. • • • Presbyterian Church To Have Easter Cantata. The First Presbyterian church choir will give their Easter'camatn Friday night, March 25. This is thf second year (hat this chcir has given their music on the Friday night before Easter. Miss Lsone cailicott director cf the choir, states that it Is to be an annual adsitr of tin choir and believes that interest wll grov; from year to year until the music loving people of Blyti-.c ville will look forward to the year ly program. Miss Cailicott has in vited members of .other churc choirs to assist the' Presbyterian choir in the giving cf this year' cantata. The program will be open to II: public and tile music committee o the Presbyterian :hurch extends cordial invitation lo all to worship in this manner. Mrs. G. E. Keck is . chairman of the committee. ::;•;;- ing hcr on the commUtse is Mrs Lucy McAdams. Ray Worthington, and Roy WaVon. Tile program for this service will be given at a later date. Circa Smrptise Party. Mrs. Dick Dawson was given a surprise parly Friday evening by her daughter, Miss Uicille Dawscn. Then thirty of her friends gathered in honor of her birthday. Many Interesting games and contest* entertained the guests for £°v- er»l hours. Mrs. becatur Crimer and Red rcpprrc la Give 'Oh nsbjr" Friday Nl'jhl. The Red Pcppors clr.b of BSytVic ;l!le high school will present a pla intltlert "Oh Baby" Friday evening 1 -.30. o'clock, lil the high school au dltor'lum. Tliel cast of characters is Charlie. 'Alvln Hnirmnn; Thelma Mnrgnrot Slinver; B. Z. Mark. Ma Usrey; Bobellc, Sarn Joe Llltle. at) /iggs, Marsh Cnllawny. Charlie, proprietor of a hotel, be critise of business dealings Is deep ly In debt. Uotellc, his secretir tries to help him but becomes clij :ourai;cd ever wages. Charlie re ceives n telegram Irom his uncl saying he is coming lo se? h lenhew, wiic and child. Charll having no wife and child, realize , that, he will be unable to get an money from his uncle unless he oh lalns n family. r. and Mrs. K. H. Kli-hpr, aft^r entmcnl in lilylhevlllc liospital r appendicitis. Mrs. J. Nelll r.e^ell is spsjiJin? ic weok with Mr. Cicsell, wliu is inployed In Newport, Ark. Clarence Volbnrr 5])ent Simdiiy in lernphls on business. Scott Harris has b?cn teii'.ovcd 0 his home In Memphl.s after scv- ral weeks ire:itincnt in the Mcth- xllst hospital following an emur- oncy operation. Mrs. Charlotte Shcppard of Mem- .isc several years Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Green were in Blylhevllle Tuesday transacting business. Pete names is moving to tho C. J. Little place at 40 and 8.1 \ Mr. Uttle hns moved to within a • :hort dUtnncc <if Ulylhevllle. ^^liis Maithu Atkutis :ib. p ,oui fiom schtol last v.cck. Mitsco Hotlli 1 Mae and Ad- kt.v>on spent last Monday night, at, i the home of their grandfather, Mr. E. C. Adkisson. Ws Is (lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mlss P< , ggi . Holmes was the guest i 1. L. Reynolds at ihe GolT If3(el lrf hcr s ,. n , im notlicr, Mrs. Emma or a few clays. Ipccry Ian week. Little Anne Vollmer, daughler of Mr . nm i Mrs. Union Holmes of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vollmer. vis- ted with relatives In Luxcra during '.he week-end. Blylhevltle spent Wednesday night I with Mrs. Holme'.s mother, iMi^s.! Ella Kay. Mr. Holmes returned to Ernest Roe of Memphis vlMI^I j < VO] .. K nl Qacuolu Thursday morning vlth Ills family here over I In- wo:k ' nd. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Oicar HLrrbaum md children visited In Parastoiikl Sunday. J. Sinmiel Lniulrtun is ri-roverlnij rom a few days Illness. Mr. and Mrs. n. A. .Moore of .caclulile nerc Hlylhcvl!l c visitors 3unduy. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cox and Mrs. Cox's mother, Mrs. Matfie Ilaines visited in Memphis over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Jlin Milhoni nnd daughters, Uorn Lee nnd Jimmy Cleo of Lcuchvllli! visited with relatives here Saturday. Mrs. H. N. Swearengen was called lo Monettc today on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. H. H. Bass. Miss t-urlcen Ulster of Union City, Teniv. lias returned ta her home after n weeks visit w identic. I,;o I.ain'pkins nf-Walnut .Ridgo. .Ark., is spending a few days here on business. Mrs. Wendell Phillips spent the week-end in Memphis. Miss Luclle Fisher visited in Memphis Sunday. caving Mrs. Holmes for a lays visit v. ith friends and Ives here. Mrs. Alice Shorto Is the guest! :f Mr. n::d Mrs. Hillic Ray for i \ few days. j Mrs. Deadi'j Lylc called on Fnnnle Mo:rc Wednesday morn- i ing. ! Mrs. F. Moore, Misses Florence ' Stokes and Maxin: Copclaml and Hcmcr Stokes enjoyed music he home of-Mr. anrt Mrs. Ocelli Sajrc Wednesday evening. Mrs. ' Smith • Brfickin, who was entcrsd in Ihe Blytheville hos- pitoU nearly two weeks ago for in appendicitis operation, returned to her'home here Thursday afternoon. She is doing nicely. Mis. Hester Hughes was the Friday nlsjht gticst of Miss Martha Adams. Misses Florence. Stokes and Biv- laii Ben-iU colled en Mrs. Smith Brackhi, Friday. lella Thflu Has tlcusc Warming. Delta Tilda diopter of Kappa Iplia Phi were I'.osts to 50 giir-sls t their house warming Sunday tteinoon fro:n 3 until 5 o'clock, .ir.uny those, present were nii'in- Women o{ Cotton Farms Wage Relentless Warfare . AUSTIN, Tex. (U!>)— A rcUiil less, if silent, struggle for economic ii'.rvival is being waged between Amrric-Qii, Mexican and negro wo men on cotton farms of Texas. Mis Ruth Allen, adjunct professor cf eccnomls at the University ot Texas srs of Gamma Psi, the mother liajtter. cf Osceola. and Gamtna (a c.l Jo::eslxco. The other guests ;cre young latiies of Lcpanlo, oiiEftoiM and lilythcville. EnlL'ilalnnient for the nfttruoon TORONTO. Out. vcrslly of Toronto, recently, when WITH A WHITE ORNAMEHT AT SIDE-. WORST.NAIR EMBROIO- •-REO IK) CF-LLOPUAMt «0'WER? MAKES TUECAPAT THE- fJIQHT. l.EFr, A SHALLOW BfttTON S/MLOU Or 8EIC-E (A 1 :/STRAW HAS A6ROS-. GfiAtU fJ166OM 60W. 6RIM AND SLOPED GR^ OF 81 />P,K S.uiUV'si KAW f-,VLiS s Ruby Parrlsh was given a biithday party Thursday night at ">c home ol Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Psr-iW^naiiy u nd as Adminlilratris rish. Peaches and cake were snrcd ' O f ( >i" estate at J. C. HopiiO!-, da- after the playing of jssvc-ral sim:-3. ! ceased, nutl Gecrgc Andsca- Hop- Miss Cena Iteam.=. Rubel! ivalls • per, a minor, are warned t:> au- ancl Pauline Weal spent Ue night | pear within thirty days in th;: cam\ with Misses Ruby and Addij Par- named In tho cupliob her;cr end r '- H - • I answer the complaint of tl'.e fMn- iir, Mrs. Mi'llic Bradley. Dated I'c-b. tti. 1032. H, L. OAIKES, Clerk, By Harvey Morris. D. C. Surctis Evrard, Ad Litcm. 1C-23-1-3 Prison Auditorium Becomes Cell Block I.-INCOLN', Neb., '.UP)—Crowd-d I coi:rlition of lhe Nebraska state | i:?nitrntlary has nccessHnu-d con- I vertliiK tlie prison auditorium into . a ceil block. Atty. WAKMNG OllDRll prisoneis. Thp cellii ^^•ill be built for two mid four nun each A new chapel recently completed will serve as the auuitovium for. tho inmates. • ,„. CHANCERY COURT, C1IICK.A- Ihc iiew cell, block, op:-r.ite<l by . SA v/BA DISTRICT. MIS3IS3U 1 a fiiai'd at a control bos. will care pj cOUNTV, ARKANSAS. for iB4 prisonws. The cells will Amcrica n Building and Loan As- Ecciation and w. L. Deloiiey, As Triiste?, Plaintiff, No. 5175 vs. J. C. Buchanan and Helen Franccj B. Buchanan, his v.'ife, Defendants. The defendants, J. C. Buchanan and Helen Frances B. Biichanr.n, his wile, ore warned lo npprsr within thirty days in the caxir' ] named in (.he caption hereof and air.wei 1 the complaint of ti'.f .ilitin- tili", An\cric^n Bnildiir.: :r.i'l LM.;II ; A£icc:ation and Vf. I.. Dcloncy. • V s VWP i i HE II m OSLO ON PoriiE!cr.t couthi and colds I:sil to rbu:> trouble. Vuu can Etnp thcrn nov/ IBI iiplca52iu lo take. L'rconmlfioniaa cw ir.fdic;il discovery ^Tili two-fold ac. on; it soothes |-,cals live iniianred etnlirancsand inhibits germ growth. Of all known drujzs, creo=ole 13 rocng- izcd by Iiigli medical authoriticj as one the Krwtost lining agencies fnr p;r- ster.t C(»u^!is ajui colds .111 rl o:her forx^ lhroattr(i:ih!c=. Crcomuhirjacofitaiaa, Taiiditiontnne^^olc.utheihe.LlJncclii. :r.ts winch ^itthcandhejltheiiiie—td ?t:il>ranC3 aud 5tu{i the irritation and on, vlii'i. the creoEoie goes n lo the fifin/irh, i- absoilicj inKi l!io !noJ. .v.1.i<ts IIK- seJt of [be trouble r!:rr'-:; ihc j-rowth of lhe i;cia:s. CTeamuHori is ^uararitcctl salisfic- or>- ni ll:c triMlrircnl of (ieis:=-.ent ouglis r.:iti rol'N. bronchial astlmia, "oncbilio nnrl olhpr terms of rc=[tira- ly disf,i;<-.:. anil is excellent for ilildinp up ihc ?v:tom aflor colds or ij. Money refuiiHrrl if ^ny cough or. old. no matter of h^v.- lon'i ttandinf:, s not relieved nflfr filinjr .icconlini; o directions. Ask your druggist, (adv.) .'if.llCh 5. 1932. R. L. OAINE3. Clerk. Ey Kliujbc'th Blythir, D. C. Virgil GresCc, Ally. Art Lltein. 5-12-13-20 ARTICLE NO. BY \\'X. E. JIcKENNfvY DI i, r (*, , • Scirflary. American Bridsc Ulock of Concrete : .. Wtlllfl v -,, i ikc to ° imp£0 vc Floated Like Cork i >?' 1 ' 1 * r - a ^ r The write! askcli V.MIl-N'l.NG OStSESt HAKCSRY COUKv, CI1TCKA- SA'vVEA DTSTRTCT, MISSlHSlt'- PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Mrs. Mollie Bradley, piahuiff. Children's Hnir Cut New Leader torbcr Shop North Second Street I Vvemeu's and children's liair ci-.tling a speciaily. E?.ri- Par.kcr R. s. ' \r.\\:- L'^ociciu-^ r>re v.- and ilio more bridge piny i!i<> br-ttpr vc'.i nil \vill tills quc:t:on one day lo n large corrc Have, tlie* same nmbit'.on that vo'.i —try lc be ' vV - vs ' not il-.r tha -' inillv. tut . „ , , ; Iiand5 if they would. Practically of concrete floated on water, toil-- |., lu| jn tee al!( , ic . cc .„.., B up and down like a cork, a;' rajscd Al , do V0ll ,, |QV; the pcliool of practical science. Urn-; M . c , Jlt Ol - ( j, 03 ,, cn , e di;i an unusual experiment. Known as cellular concrete, this i flouting stone was made on a sy.s- nol realize tho full extent of my [question? What is crirtnc? It Is lime. It is partnership It-m, analogous lo raisin; of breai :3ml . cul " b!llcs " itn il ^ CCIn ' pnnionship. As a rule you will ;ronp of pbycrs phiyin^ with yeast. The cement, gravel, water and, : anri were put into it mixer anrt a' find about the same game—each one. course, thinks that he is the carbon dioxide forming chemical " n j:, lurmsliKi by pledges. Charles i :cnc and Ton'.niy Tipton of Car- »*<• thtrsvillc. Ccllcious reircshmentB served during the last half lour. The local chapter received a irnisliings nf tho new chib room. * • • 'cniils- Mcilic.ll Society Iccts Tiiicday Evening, Tlie MLisisslppI County Medical cciely is meeting Tucfilay evening umtcr of gifts to odd to the home and field treatment of children, opportunities lor education nnd recreation. The economic \varfarc of tlie co;- lon fields, she says, is driving wi- men from tho farms to towns. There, carrying along the valnrs gathered in rirnil life, thrv undercutting the wage which city women find necessary. Hcr suggested remedy ii a possible organization of Ihc ccucr, industry which will control tolh market prices and wages. lexas Rangers Consider Use o$ Radio Ssls SAN ANTONIO. T?x. lUi' Texas rangers in purf,;i; a! Ur..-. Ing bands and rum brin.imU n:.;: the Rio Grande may soon be n,-::;. a r.-idio jet in iidditicn lo . shcoters" riflrs. German to Pay Debt Nearly 75 Years Old San Antonio's police ttv.nsir. :• ! broadcasting tips on crim,> iir.ii \ | may be- increased Irom 100 v, power to -SOO watts. IMlin- ;• • mbsicner !>liil Wright i-.n^ :n-. .- n ill- Blyihcvlllc hmpllni to dis- uss the management of sina'.lpDx. members arc urged to be pr?5- "Vlarriape Announced. Mrs. William Edward Glenn c-I Ashc-ville. N. C.. nr.,1 formerly federal, and county south Texas lc install which will pick up alarm; b: 1 .-. here. The fi'-cra! radio ccnum^. :-iincnnc?<l a favorable altii OliEOON, 111. tUI'i— A debt in- cnrral nearly 75 years ago in Germany is to be paid, to the la!? Ralph Koter. lormcr Forreslon blacksmith ] -l^l — accorrling lo word received by here recently. Kober. according lo rcbllvos.' fi!cd fnr probate in a inaic a loan riniountln-; to appvox- '.Decently, imatcly S400 to a friend a number I . vision lor it in his will fairy to wave h?r an:l to I lurn yen into an extcit jil-iycr (>' iccr.tract bridge. You would im- incillalcly licconic Ico gco:l for ^o;iv croup uf fiicnrU and ycv. '.vr-.ild have to kci r/'.'u!iero foi your bridiif. playing companions. \Vhicli i.s mere in^K-vi^nl tcd^y —c:ii friends or o::r br:ti^c? Uon't mi:.unfif'i>'.;iiid me—lo kiuv. imre ?.bcut ccr.tiv.rt malic 1 ; tlw C.IRIC ir.ore inlrirstitig. but hnfrovc it as your frienrls imprmc. He careful net to Kfl bfvoiul ihcir akil- 1'he iv.or^ expert y :!:e nanoNcr ti'.c i .vhich you ran :clo[' iricnds bccc:nrs. Tiu- i.'iarny. of contract 'i: : ;.) the far! thai ail t•'. ?n enjsyablr limr I.'.I :ryr:r."i]css cf ho\v ..(: much v.-f know of ;-.-. :-;;u r ;JS t! 1 .^ it schc tl-.c c! mrrt uleck i:or tl it the real leader, i! yen v:i!I look at- tridi;e his iiaht, you will improve yo game nr.unaliy and .along pleRD- int- iincs. Never let a gnme ot ,-- said tj cue of your ir:ends. Copyrisht,1932, NBA 821 vice, Inc.)- Read Conrur News want ads. ScllinR dale cspi«s Mar.-'n 16, return gos^l until April 15. .MK.MPHiS* - - - S 3.::i) -Fou:- buses r.c-vy <l.iv CHATTAXOnCA ]:',.S'i I'ADITAII --- 7.o:, ST. LOUIS* - - - .!>.';>> 13::c.' l:;ir:s t-vcry iiri^ F.VA. \SV1L1.E -- 12.7o UNION BUS DEPOT 2nd & Ash E(s.. Plicnc -U Blythevilb, announces the marriage of hfr danghler Evelyn to Mr. L-yn- wood Parker Harn-11 o! Wilmington. N. C. 'the ceremony peuormea j 'atnrday. and following a honeymoon trip the couple will reside in Wilmington. cf years ago before coming to tlisj Unllcil Slates. Koljcr's friend nover was able t-i icpay the loan, but V-s in.icie ]iro- UauRlilcr Ilnrn. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Ashley )f Armorcl announce the birlh i :f r, dauslitor February in. The I :nby veujhcd 10 po'.ir.ds a:id has' iccn r.amc.-l M.irlon Llln. • Hospital Notes Dismissed: Mildred IJ. !.each\i)le; ?olter 1-ynn, Cooke. , Kvans- e, Inc!., nnd Mrs. H. E. Barnctt. STAINLESS Same fotmuli. . simc ruicc. 5n oiiginil form, too, if you prefer OVfB\4» MH.IIOM 1ARS IKED VTACIV Luncheon Specials 35c Choice of any of the following: Hrailed Hani Steak \viih Sweet J'olatous Chicken 1'an Pie with Potatoes Roust Pork Shoulder with Dressing Or .Plate Luiiclu'iHi Slvitwljorry Shortcake - 20c Nntinnal Uusinuss ;\i\tl I'vo- t't'fsioiiiil ^Vom^n s Week— March 6 to 12 Black Cat (lol'l'ee Shoppc PEUM ANKNT \VA\'K ff Including Slmmpoo nr, :: Set. Guaranteed - - - - KLAIXK JJKAL'TY S!I.'!- (ilrnrce Bldg. rn :: ,: i ::ro playing arc in the ::UIK' cl.iss. Statement At Close of, December 31, 1931 ASSETS (.'ash in office and checking account MortjfiiKu Loans Stock Loans Real K.slatc ownutl Fixtures (vuii'e'i Taxes & .In.siivaiK-c Premiums Paid 5 2,280.00 62,7oO.(j;i Du toiirsu oi collmioi! in course of collection 2,201.27 70.00 1, 026.3 j 5,G7a.OU l.IAHIl.lTJKS Ii!s!;'.i!i!)uiil Sloci; Kiill 1'aid fjlock '^H' NriR-.; 1'iiyubli- I'ci'.-'oiial accounts J)ivitk'ii;i.s payable • Contingent resir\' ( j Kunil .... S-17,!)07.()0 .... ' 9,3SO.(X) l,iiOO.O(l 5,237.'I3 HiG.12 -12U3 .. 20.13--1.14 ?8-!,71G.Oii ytheville Bitilding Loan Association U". M. \Vilii;ui]:-i. Secy. '/.c.l B. I him son, 1'res. AfU-v March 3. 1032 These Prices <;» tnlo KITcct— Sweet Crciim Hu! ;«)c I.I). Pasteurized JOi- Ql. Delhi. Phone 71 Ql. (Jo lo ("luircli ^- Shaves - - - 20c , Plain Shampoo- 25c Toiiic - - - - 25c 0|Kii from 7 A. AI. (n 7:30 i'. M- tt'iih Kirsl Class Work Broadway Barber Shop Red Bail Barber Shop O K Bai-ber Shop it-cts for yo immediate Interview with nr micr- cstctl iirospcct at Ihe grcalcM «u- in" of Umc mid efTort.

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