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BLyrHEVTLLV(ARK.> COURIER NEWS Society Cakndai '" ' • .U\K AUhe» K*tfds;and Miss Mayine Uxilsc Edc^s a»:«8tt<a to a kid party for t)g Bustwss ind Professional Wonan's'v c!up v to tx. held this evening to 'the club roou fct Ule OoO Hot*).-' -• - - . • Ttniay Th* WotrjanVMissiojury. society of the First Christian 'church U ob- MivlBg Its Brst Pre-jasier prayer wrvlce at S:Jtf In ihe'hoM* of Mrs G. W. Barharn. Mrs. <$Ui Bailey Is' 'Jiostcss to ihe Nc»-.--Tuesd*y Bridge club. Th* Tuesday Luncheon club day Contract club 'I* wlUi Mrs. Huiiler C. Sims • The P.'«.,O.'is meeting with Mrs Hobttni at 'Stcele', Mo., at 2:30. Its. c. P. BlaJcemore Is cntcrtain- Ingvthe. New Wednesday Bridge TJ>e Wednesday Bridge club I. meetln with Mrs. W. H. Minyard . The Ladies Bible class of the Church of Christ is having o Bible etujy on ''Abraham, Isaac, and the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah" wtth the Kev. J. Taylor as le«ky in the home ol Mrs Gordoi C«rm»n, ~ Jewish Ladles Aid is meet- t S o'clock In Temple Israel. -.; Thmfejr v Miss Ruth Whitwortli Is hostess to the Thursday night club, The. Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting (n the homo of Mrs. Olio Kochtltzky. iJ^f'.,?' A ' Ls ' nch k entertaining the,Mld-Week club .The W .M. S..of the First Christian church is having second observance of Pre-Easter week of prayer in the church at 3 30 Friday The Pro-School.'?.- T. A. Is mcet- Ing with Mrs. Joe Halbacli at 2-30 The Executive, boird of the W. M. 8. of the First Methodist church'Is meeting wfch Mrs.! B,- A,-Lynch 'at .3 ocloci. •V'-T".''•*!- '••' - .The Womafs Missionary society of the First TChrtitlwi - church 'is Jwldimj a sunrise; pr«yer service tt J»st observance ol 'the- Easter weik of prayer. •"•• '• • • Mrv C*chnn Efale* Chain* n. - ;,' Mrs. Eckle Cochran lias been e!ecUd general chairman of Mb- sisslppi county tor National Music Week beginning AprU i; Mrs. Cochran has already bcgunVuris; ins the different music clubs^w prepare special programs In observation of the week.-' \i '.•I'' .' Aratorel P. T. A. . ' i Has FaUxr'i NlfbL • -\ The Parent -Teacher association of Armorel school held a father's night program Thursday evening in the school auditorium with Mrj T. E. .Tate, the president p rc- «Wta«. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county supervlsor/gavc a very interesting dlscusjton on "Thrift" followed by » violin solo by Mrs.' Reeves Allen, accompanied by Miss , Callkott. . . There »er e - « fathers and mothers presenl' and * number of visitors .from Blythe'ville who enjoyed several hours at difterciit social games. Mrs. j. n. smother- mati, Mrs. L/D. Morrisettc, Mrs. J. H. Smart, hostcises, assisted by Mrs. J. n. • Sieadrrian, served a Brunswick stew with coffee and shamrock cookies. Joan's Bridal Veil Sets Style Joan Bemjctt,. the-motion picture Mtreas, v,oro a veil when she was married to - Owe ttafVey, tcolwrlo' writer, din cither day. nut it *un.1 n bridal .veil.:-At )e»l, Mt the Usual klud. it was a scrap ,ol wdc-mcshtd ittt-tlml audaciously stopped liifore it reached the lip of her nose., 'Ahd II was worn with u smart spring turban in\ -,.:•;' stead of a white satin train. P«stor, officiating. '.Tlic cercmonj \as-sald In the presence of several friends. The young couple will 'reside near Yarbro. • • » Pre-E«iter Revival At tike.Strrrt Church. • The Rev. W.-J..L;Roy Is bsgin- img. his'.Pre-East or-week's revival .evening;,. a,t tlic : I>ake Street lst churth.-The last week's " . •iccs." '. one Is- cordially to : attend.eac|i of. thi seV- ' " • "• - • • -. Ctab Has The McDowell Music club lield Jts regular meeting Saturday afternoon In the hom: of Mrs. O. E. Workman "with June Workman as the hostess, the president Miss Maybelle Snydcr, directed the junior club song as the opening number and called the roll and rend the minutes. The -Mowing members gave piano solos: Mary L,i- veeda Williams. Louise Anderson June Workman, Maybcllo Snyiler and a duel by Earl B. Sny&r nn:i June Workman.. Josephine Bryeans jave a talk on "How to cultivate Our Music Talent" and Earl B Snyder gave a sketch ol the life and *ork3 of Franz Schutert. A musical reading. "Why Count Time?" was recited by June Workman fol- Ro^i b> " » Sk °fp h ot Ch °P ln (r ° m u, if, RUSSe "- The P r «M™t. Maybtlle Snyder. read a letter from Mrs. Alice C. HenneugeY of'Litllc Rock, state counsellor federated clubs, complimenting 'the local club on its good work with -Information that a report of this work and one ?L he P r< ? rlm5 •*»' appear in the Little Rock D-mocrat Sunday " " ' . an . guest,. gave a very interesting talk to the. members prior to a 30 minute study courEn con ducted by the counsellor. Miss" Mlni: OUler * ucsts '•=«. Rimer fo Observe Pre- ••'. ' '. Tv»stn-rr»yer Week. Trie' Woman's' Mtajonnry society f'the First Christian: church will observe the ' Pre-Easter • week of -irayer.wlth their: first meeting "to «.held in.the home of Mrs. Geo. W. ..Barium • 3:30 Tuesday afternoon. Mrs; Cecil-Lowe will play the ireludc and Mrs. Gordon Evrard will give a''scripture'reading. Mrs. S. H.°'Ekistburn will ofler prayer nd Mrs. E. K: 1,-ulmcr will talk in -The Crucifixion." There will be n period of silent meditation followed: by a reading. "1*1 Us Go on," by Mrs. w. M. Washburn. The missionary benediction- 'will conclude the afternoon's prograjii. ' Wntanday Club Is nttrUuied a i Arnwrrl. Mrs. Charles Crlgger j r ., MI(l Mrs 'alton Henderson were hostesses to members of Ihe Wednesday Contract club and their husbands Thursday evening at the Crijger home IH Armorel when Mr and Mrs. W. c. Wall were also guests Early spring flowers were used as ai-coratioiis. After five progressions of brldcc high score prize, costume JcwclrV was awarded Mrs. Jack Garriga'ii nnd high among the men. hose went to Randolph Smlth&Mr. and Mrs. wall were given** potted primrose. ' Refreshments consisting of wal- oorf salad, canapes and coffee ware served. Mrs..Badcr Has Music Ilcpartmcnt. The Music department of tip Woman's club met at the home of Mrs, J. W. Bader on Chickasawta Friday afterncoi^Alter the business meeting and discussion "of current evcnts ; of the ^musical Cworld. Mrs George'. Lee-presented the following program on Franz Liszt: "Hark Hark the Lark." by Schubert-Ltel piano so!o by Miss Margaret M->r- ntt; Life of Liszt. Sarah Jo Lutlc- "Llebestraum No. 3" piano soto ^ Miss Lillian Briscoe; vocal. -On Wings .of Song."-.Mrs. Paul Tipion- "Corisp! a lion, ".'piano salo. Miss.Mar- garet ' Merrill; "Hungarian rUmn- ""•>•; No. 8",and, ; "Llebe 5 irav.m No 21 at 7:30 p.m. This Is one of the best known of the great oratorios, and fs exceptionally tuneful. Oratorios are to sacred music what grand opera Is'to secular mu- sie, »nd are usually staged and costumed by I lie oratorio-societies In the ^-cities. • The solos In "The Crucifixion' were., originally -written for male voices., nut because of the extreme ~"ife-,or sonic of the 'tcnor.-Eoi'*; . ;y 'are often taken by. a''soprano! Mr. Stevens sings the part of the Christ,- n-Jiich Is "the principal Vole. The principal tenor role Is taken by C. G. Redman, and. the other soloists are Mrs.'WIlsoh Henry, George and Wilson Henry. There are twenty voices In (his organization and they are'under .the direction of Mrs George M. Lee. Tlie libretto is the beautiful nnd impressive crucifixion story taken word for word from tlie scripture. Harwell linl«n Hi* Stint Patrick Party. Tlic Harwell union of lite Baptist Young People's Union enjoyed a St. Patrick's banquet, and party in tlie department rooms of the church Thursday cvemiing. After ihe bennuel. games, contests and m«s!c constituted the entertainment. crir Club SCwts. The Perry home demonstration ub met with Mrs. Hiigh Perry with fc'ht members and two visitors present. Plans for the next council incel- '"U, nt which Perry will be the l:o>- :css club, were discussed. Everyone present showed much enthusiasm "nd it is planned lo interest as many members of the community as possible" in home demons!ratio-i The hoslcss. served', refreshments meets th; J. E. Duncan • and sous Charles usar and Ralph Hugh molo.-cd to Cnpe Girardeau Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. J. Travis and the former's mother, Mrs. Travis, motored in Tennessee Sunday where Uiey visited relatives. Mrs. Travis remained there to visit relatives for a few weeks."' W. H. statler speiit the wrek-enl in Caps Girnrdcau visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Rody Jabour and family and Miss Edna Khourie ot C.irullicrsville were the guests of x 'r. and Mrs. Wolf Khourie Sun- nay. Mr. an< j .\,rs. Sam Kinney and children of Fort Smith. Ark., are here visiting (he latter's mother, ill. - Ruby RfM .: »nd Woodroe ^»*h of ne»r Yarbro, were ^itrried here S»turday night in the Lake street Methodist P i r R«v. W. J. LeRoy Methoaist CiiDir lo Prc«nt 'The Crurlnxion." The choir of Ihc First Melhodist church.- with Ross Stevens, bnss- tarnone. as guest soloist, will p re sent the oratorio, -Trie Cructrixlon" by Stalner, Easier Sunday, Hospital Notes Admlllcd: Thurmond Alklns city- Jim iVvwy, stcele; Paul Green Huffman; W. A. Thurmond. Lcacti- villc; Miss Gladys nirmiiiBham. Ar- I'norcl. and L. D. challin, Bragg Dismissed: Mrs. J. F. German, stcele; Mrs. Lawson and taby. Kennett: Howrd Osborn. city; 'George I Wright, city, and Mrs. Allan Wai-1 ion, city. Bils o/ Nctis •':-• Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. 1 Par .win Ihe week-end In St. Loui .Mil relatives while Mr. Knrr at tended to business. Miss Mary Kathryn Dillahuntj Is Improving after a week's ill ness »llh inllitcraa at ihu hom of her parents on West Walnut. 'llic lt«v. H. J. Xk'iiidletut, utts lor of the Pllarlm Lutheran church silent gunday In Lafe, Ark., when he coiiuticlcd services In tlic churcl there. Mrs. Mitlllc Bi-ycans has re mncd fiwn Circenway, Ark., wlitn ihe visited with her sister, Mrs ;arl Brandon lor a few days. . Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cvllz visited n Memphis Friday on Ijuslncss. Mrs. W. H. Ill yeans Ims returned liter a bliort visit wltli relatives II I'ltJgOtt, ^fjt. Mrs. w. N. Williams and mother, Mrs. Ion Caterings, Mrs. T ;. 'late and Misses Marijuedte umi lulu Miullicwa s|X.'iit Saturday ii Mcmiilus visitlua Miss IJob Wil- ilains, who undcrweni an aiiuen- Jcctomy hi ihe Baptist Jiosplta a week ago. Miss Williams Is lm- iroviny. .\iri. stev c BrooX-s and M«. W 0. Copircdae S|«nl Friday in Joncs- ,uro. C. K. Crigeer intended to busi- less in Dyerslmrg Friday and Sut- iraay. Mrs. Joe Watson of Curutlicrsvilie fan u visitor here Friday. Mrs. Uecves Allen, Mrs. Steve lirooks niul Mis. W. O. Coupedgt. vltlted with friends in Carutliers- vllle Thursday.' Mrs. ucritard Ciooch lias rcturued Irom Memphis where-she visiieu with Mrs. u. C. Harliart fcr a few aays. . 13r, w. M. Owen was a Memphis visitor Friday. K. A. Ncal cpciu Friday In Mem phis consulting his physician. Miss irnnces Mcjlmicy, duugh :? of Mr. and Mrs. Jolni Me Haney is very imich impruved af (er n week's Illness of liiflucnai iJr. and Mrs. 1'aul L. Tlploi ipcnl SiUurduy In Memphis. Mrs. Otto Kocmicsky was Memphis visitor Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech sau fiarl Carroll's "Vanities" at th auditorium in Memphis Frldaj evening. Mrs. J. H. Humphrey returnci Sunday from Savannah, .Tciin. wlicrc she vlsllcd ihrce weeks will her daughter, Mrs. Nuimelly Wacii and family. Mrs. Drnx Smilli 1ms returned lo her home In St. Ixmls after a week.- vlsll wtth her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ton> Secoy. Mr. Smith SIKIII il:e week-end here and accompanied liet home. O. D. primes.spent Simd.iy iti Memphis with his son, Paul'.mil accompanied hoiuu his little ernnrt- daughtcr, imogene, who siwut th.e week here. Roy Hoyan and children Marj Jane and Billy Juck, iicconipanlccJ oy Miss Mnbel Hognn and Mlis Era Wright visited with Mrs. Hoy llo- E«n in Hie Baptist hos|)ital In Memphis Sunday. Mrs. Ilogun Is rapidly improving since a blood transfusion last week. : Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Clark nnd children, Joyce and Roy Ncal nnri James W. IJobbs of Uirmlnghani Ala., arc vlstliiig with Mr. Clark's iwrctils, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.illcr Clark ind other relatives for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Rosenthal niul son r,inl jr., arc in SI-.. Louis for few days on business.. Mrs. Garland Osbornc and son James Roocrt, spent Saturday in Mcmpliis and were accompanied home by Mr. Osborne. C. V. Scbaugh returned Suuday irom Ironlon. Mo., win-re lie [.pent several days on biisine.^. Mrs. U. S. Branson has bfoii i •- uovci to her liome from ih|. HU-. theville hospital where she rci.v:v ; tl several days treatment. Her cmufi- lion Is very much improved ur,-v Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vcazcy -,„ .' m ast week in St. Louis. Mrs. Raymond Bcnueii ^:- -\ ^. tn iiaymond jr.,-have rclurnpd ijvr •» week-end visit with rclathv ' m Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr H: ( ;(,,.„„ iid children, Dorothy, o.-i\ir •nirt Terry nnd Herman n:cri of Greenville, S. C., visited »;•;. .] Mc«rs. Bicrbaum's mother in p' >8ould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. .\f 0 D:o -=-.. o Memphis Saturday i^ t ^ ''••ith Mr. Moore's physician V : u reliinied Sunday. Mrs. B. A. Lynch nnrt ( -.,- : -... '•irtha Anne, nnd MLSS O'Vii' Harris spent Friday night i ;; --.'1 >Ws and saw Earl Carroll. -\•',." tcs" at the auditorium. Misses Sclma Lont7 at--- i,. Bassctt, high school tcacl-, •/"" Karl Carroll's "Vanilics" u, •'. "' ditorlum in Memphis Fn.- : ,-" ''' nlng. ' "• NovU Taylor has rerotr.-r '• a week's illness of infiiui ,-i " The Rev. J. Taylor, mir-.- the Church of Chris; r ,. jr., Sunday services for the Cliurcli o Christ at LtiK-hvllle. : ' Mr. and Mrs. o. W. McCutcte md daughter, Mi« Bettye Lei lave leturned from a wet-K's trl :ent in Detroit and Washlngloi i C. C. o. Graves and son, Hcrmai ire conllned to their home on V/et Aili street with Influenza Hayti Lions Sponsor Yard and Garden Contes HAYTI, MO.—Plans for a com petition to select the best garde and yard In Hnyll ihis summer ar l:clng made by the local Lions clu In connection wllh Hit- AaUuii; Yard and Garden contest. According to J. T. Buckley, chair man on the garden corner cam nilllce, prizes will bu olfered for Hi Iwst kitchen garden, the b-st How cr garden, and Hie most, attracliv yard, Consideration will be givci the former condition of Ihc yari uud gardens. R. N. Hill Again Heads College Musk CommiUet CONWAY, Afk.-H. N. Hill, lily, llicvltle sophomore at Huidrlx col •etc, has been, named lite own sue ccssor as chairman of music io sei - Vl ->n the 1932-33 ext'Ciilivc commits il the llendrlx Y. M. C. A an nouiicemcnts this week by ihe re tiling "V 1 caUnct stated Baptist Leader Holding Classes on Stewardship OSCEOLA, Ark., March 21—T J York of Lltllc Kock, asstiLlatloii.i sccrclary of the Baptist Brotherhood movement of the south oc cupiud ihe pulpit at both mornlnt • ud t-verilijj,' .services here Sunday He will remain in Osceola throu«l Wcdiiekilay evening and oach eve niiii; "-ill coiifluct classes for mei of Ihc church In stewardship Tin elascs begin at 7:30 o'clock'cad CVCtjillg. Services HeJd Sunday for Mrs. Mary Gean l-'iiueral services wore held at Ma nila Sunday for "Mrs. Mary Gcan 41!. ivljo siicciimlwd Saturday ul ill, family liome, in ihe Lillle Hive I'oiiimiinity, southwest of here. Mrs Gcaii liad been in III health for some lime, siiircring from tubercu losis. Services were held at the Manila cemetery where- interment wa made. The Cobb Undertaking com p.iny was In charge of funeral ar rnngemenls. Tlic deceased Is survived by he husband. Tom Gean, a son, Lynn and a daughter, Hettle B. Seeks Ed Robinson. • The Veterans of Foreign Wars ot ficc at Ihc city hall is seeking Ed Robinson, believed to live here. Anyone knowing of Ihc where about of Robinson Is requested t have him report to the Vct"r.iu oflke. Small Fire Sunday A small outhouse in the rear o the Fiirnswortli Black homo 1 01 Hearn street was destroyed by (in about noon Sunday. TliD biillcjini had been used as a garage. fiaurler News Want Aos Pay. A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Persiitenl cougha and colds lead to Krimis trouble. You can Mop ticm now mui Crcomulsion, an emulsified creosol tbil is pleasant to take; Crcomulsion U now medical discorcry vrilli tKo-fol J action; it soolliMaiul licals UK: inflamed membranes and inhibits germ Krowlb. Of all knoxn drugs, creosote is rccof- nizcdLyliieh medical authorities as oao oi Ihc greatest hcdiaf; agencies for per- wlenl coughs and colds and other forms of throal troubles.Crcomulsion cnnUir.s, inaddilitmtocieosole,other healing elements which sootricand hell the infected memlirjtics ami stop the irriiaiion inJ mSanim.iti<jn, n-liilc the creosolc pocs on to the slomacll, is alisnrl>cj into the blood, attacks the «ai of tlie liouble •nd checks llic growth ,,f |), C perms. Ctcomulsion is Eimanlccd sjlisfsc- tory in the trcJIrr.cut of prrsistcnt co;ishs and coMf, lironchial asthma bronchitis and oilier forms of rcspira- Jorr dirascs. and is excellent for huiWmg up Ihc system aflcr colds or Ha. Money refunded if any cough cold, no m.-mcr of liow long siandi u not relieYcd afi cr t.,V;i n g accor( j to directions. Ati your dniggisi. (ad OF TIJAXK> We tlmnk otir Irtrr.d. kindness shown in tin- ;,. ncjs and death of our hr:,,. tanrt and uncle, nto u-. .« hl>i .-ilteiilton. Mapic ,I.v ; : Sweet Croam Ijiitter 30c 1,1). Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered 1'honc 7-1 Kulgarian Buttermilk ISc {)(. Go (o Chtirch iSundiiy No Birth Control for Her MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1932 Shown here with her last litter of 23 pigs, this Chester White sow belonging lo Fabian Johnson, Wellington, in,, era in former, is well uii the way lo a world's breeding record. In the past two years she Ins /arrowed nvc litters totaling 91 ,,i gs . T lie largest group contained 20 tiny fii'untcrs. Huffman News Miss Virdic Brewer spent Tu'es- (iay night with Miss Pearl Ptny Mr. and .Mrs. Sidney Miller" Jr of cooler, Mo., are guests of Mr' and Mrs. Cecil Say re this week Mr. iuid Mrs. R. n. Green motored to cooler Wednesday for -i visit with relatives. Union • Holmes of Osceola arrived Wednesday afternoon ifor a visit with his wife and daughter. Miss Peggy Holmes Is 11! with the flu at the home of her gi-aiidinulli- er, Mrs. Kmina Pcevy. Or. Owen of Armorel Is the attending physician. Miss Florence Stokes was tin; Wednesday night yuesl o; Miss Maxine Copland. Mrs. rfci; Hughes called on liar mother. Mis. VV. B. R-jy, IVcJms- day afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. will King and Mr and Mrs. Cecil Oxford arrive j Wednesday ailernooii from a southwestern motor trip. Mrs, Ifcslcr Hughes and sou Rex jr., were the Friday nigl'.l yucsls of Miss Martha Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miller jr.. were the Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. n. II. Green. Ily \VM. K. MrKKN'NliV U'rutary, Ami-rivaii ISriiigc League No clKiiiimunship uialeh in wliic.i Oswald Jncoby participated would, be complete without one of his la- mous iisychic bids. While Jaccby himself will iHivlse the average player to s;ay strictly awny from i»sy- chic biding, he just ctinnut resist ti:u temptation to use them at certain lijiics ;iJKl he Is one player who seems to know Just when to put them in. His [uyclilc bidding on the following hand was instrumental in bringing ihe "Four Horsemen," of U'lilcli Ire is one. a champions -,in Table No. 1 Mr. Jacsuy held Hie South cards and opened (lie bidding with one heart. His hand decs not contain a t|i:ick trick, ljut his side was not vulnerable and his opponents were vulnerable. He felt that this bid might slop their march of progress towards a pjame going declaration West doubled cue heart. David Biiniiliiie. Jacoby's p:mn;r.'bid two clubs, which East doubled. Jacoby in tlic South then bid two hearts ami West again doubled. North aiul Eusi passed, and Jacoby played the iiiind for two hearts -Joublod When tre smoke imd cleared "way, Jacoby had managed to take five tricks. His contract 'had been defeated throe tricks and lie received a minus 400 on the board Table No. •} M tab!e No. 2; the bid Jin-' was South pass, Mr. Karn. Ja'coby's teammate, holding (he West cards Dirt one spade. North responded with two chilis. Mr. Sims, Ham's partner, Holding tlic East cards, bid two spades. South passed, mil Mr Karn now bid Inrcc clubs, hoping »i this manner to force jiihcr a diamond or a heart lead cither of which he felt would be advmun-c- ""5 to him. North passed and Mr ns bid three spades. Mr. Karn then bid four hearts and Mr. Sims too* the conn-act (o four spades North opened the king of clubs n i)d then shilted to a spade which was won j n dllulmy ^'n, tl,~ c spot. A small diamond was tl e won:by Kurn with tire king and a W ll,.j,c a rt WM trumped L d mi\my with the five of spades A small club was then led and trumi" ed liy Kani with (lie seven of ' | He relumed the lour of hearts I trumping- in dummy with the nine of spades and leading the four of clubs which he trumped in his own hand with Hie queen of spades. Tlie ace and king of spades were (hen played and he had dbvolo;i?d a nice squeeze play that gave him six odd, therefore Sims and Karn on this board received ISO for trick score,. 501) lor game, for a lolil of 680 points. Their partners had lost only 4oo on the board, therefore tlie Horsemen won the board by 280 points, a neat score in any man's tournament. Buys Lemons House John Waterman, manager uf (he A. S. Earboro company branch here, has purchased froni Charles S. Lemons the toller's residence at 1110 West Main street it was learned today. The consideration involved was not revealed. Mr. and Mrs. Waterman will mcve into their new home about the first of next month. SAME PRICE Duradenc Permanent fucliiding Shampoo and Set Frederics Wave - - Eugene - - - $8 McAdam's Hcaufy Shop Phone 288 - - - Ingram' Bklg STAINLESS Same formuh . . same prict. Jo \ on'giiul form, too, if you picfcr \WcOLDsViCKS • - \aV W VAPORUH QVfR\»/ MILLION JARS J'KKMANENTWAVEt Including Shampoo and * Set. Guaranteed - - - EI-AINE HEAUTY SHOP Glrncoc Bldr, Flinnp -It Big Tilings Arc About to Happen in the FASHION'S FIRE SALE! Look for It! Watch for It! Wait for It! THURSDAY'S THE BIG DAY Prepare for This Value Event Sec Wednesday's Paper for A Few of the Sensational Values! ! ^ Those Easter Clothes Attain THAT Original Smartness When Cleaned The Unique Way It is the Safe Waif OI)OR ;BffiK5 A(!E Why T1T^\ Different WU ? It Protects Your Finest Fabric Sound Your Horn For Curb Attention Unique Cleaning Service •• i).,' ---- mi n . T feaises The Standai-d" Pliouc 171 ^m^m§

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