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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 22, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYfHEVILLB, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1984 Miss Barnes. Miis Inna Laura Harms, whose . marriage to Mr. Bernard McA(:c on-Sunday afternoon will climax a series of Interesting social cvenU In her honor. UBS complimented with a lingerie shower eiven Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. w. C. . Colston at the home of Mrs. O. C. Barnt*. Both bridge and Imnco were play- cd. In the bridge (jaims MKs Mario Leggett u p on I tic high r-aire prize, n wliite bowl, and Mr.i. Jesse White received a pair of pictures for low score. Mrs. Krntit Barnes won » vase for the hlirli score prize ill bunco and the luw rcore prize, an B£h tray, went 10 Mrs. J. IV Neely. An ice course was served the 20 guests al tables ilccoriilrit with pinX svreelpeas and pink linrii and . plates were used to emphasize Ihls color motif. Enterliins Fur Mothfr And Sirfrr. Mrs. Tom L-. lleaton enU'rlahiri! with two (allies of brirlKi' Tliiirs- day afternoon In honor ol her mother, Mrs. W. S. Copelund, and her sister. Mrs. W. U Scull, oi Union City. Twin., who ure her llOUSiCUCElS. Garden flowers adorned I he liv ing room and tallies of Mower design were used. - At the conclusion of the card games n piuty plate was served. Mrs. J. K. U>nli won first prize and Mrs. Ecott was presented high guest award. Both received lin- geri3. + * * Ron Born Mr. and Mrs. Hob Chiles have announced the birth ol a son born Tuesday afternoon nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. He has been named Robert Lee jr. Ha: Brfiikfast Party. Mrs. Ftinnli! Alexander cnlu- taincd vvilh a brenkfast parly Thursday at her home on Hroail- \vay. Gaiden flowers, in a low bowl, formed the centerpiece for the table arranged for the Hire; course m:nti. The guests were Mrs. Lillian Moore Dnd daughter, Vcve. nf Earle, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt. • » • Daughter Brru. A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and MID. Day Ilnll at the Blylhevilb hospital" The baby, who welglis elfjhl pounds, has been named Jiinnitn Ross. Bib of Netis Mostly Personal I his Bad News For Hollyvi'oo'd Mrs. lliiny Wclilnian unil rhil- clren, l-Mvvln nnd Aiini 1 , »vc In Memphis today with Mrs. Weld- mini's sister. Mrs. liol) Chiles, who Is al tliu MethodiM. hospital. The condition ul Mrs. T. J. Ciowtipr. win is rriucnliy ill irnm pneiiiiionlii. is unchanged loilny. Mr. Crowdcr. of SI. Louis, mill daughter, Mis:; Jennie Marie, ol Memiihls, liuvc 1 iiiriml lo lie wilh ler. Jce Kvrard Is visiting In Para- lould this \vec!:. His njollu 1 ) 1 , Mrs, Marcus ICvnud, plans lo so over 'or him tomorrow. Mr.-;. O. 1\ Mo>.s, who undpnvenl finiis ii|icriillon several itnys ago it lh? Memphis llu|)llst li(»])lt[il, Is !]•• very well nnd will lie able lo irave Ilir hospital tninoii'ow. C. W. Allliuk itiul John I,. mi- Icy are in Memphis Imlay. Miss .Sup Hull has anivod homo ticim New York i-ily und Washlnt;- toii ivhcie i-he vjsilid after Ihc nv of linmiolph-MiiCdii U'oinun'.s liege ul I.uirhhini;, Vii. where >he iHleiids bi-hool. Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. U'cch and Mi« I'rnijy McKcel aiv In Memphis lodny. Misp.'s Jur.e Hiillenlnclier ol I'liyi'tlc. Mi:^.. ami Km [lint. James liiv.-ards nnd lilll Crihtklil wore in .Memphis Weilnenlay nlulil for l!ip Jan Ciarber dance. Mr. and Mrt. J. II. Henry and Mrs. Ijiuru Dalilelr,. "of CornhiR. 1 . Art:, have liepn liore wilh Mrs. T. j J Crowtlcr. have retnnietl houuii hut will i-ctuui attain during the j weekend. Misses Leah Krunres :nid Ellin-: lieth Davidson of I'lyiuuath, N. c.J who nr.' aiiest:; ol ',\li. and Mrs. I Charles Phillips, him- bra, visltlm; i In rjarulhrrsville since Tuo-jduy. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Business Training For Women Indicted in Film Morals Case In.(lie letters which come to me e subject, u constantly belli;; I lorc«l on my attention, namely, A Sunbeam Bund, for Infants. tna[ , many women grow up wilh Itoyal AmlraRsiidors. for hoys, and him,; or no knowledge of business. Girls Auxiliary weie organized at!. 111(1 nr( , t )lerc f or e an eiusy prey for .1 lnnnlll\rr rtf M,n \lt *4 IT ,. I ,L... : . ... ' ' * Cianfoid, of Haytl, and | ,„,„,,.,,_ )lowcv er, who p?0|il? who arc dishonest and arc simply trying to make money easily without any regard for lliose Irnm whom they acquire it. These absolutely dlsliouest promoters of jdislionest schemes arc not Hie only Injure 111., and inexperienced in business that Ihrrir schemes are going to succeed nnd bring fortunes lo every one invplv- n meeting of Ihc W. M. U. al the Baptist church Monday afternoon. Miisrji liuhyti Hnrker, Josephine Holly. Dorothea Still and Alice McDanlel. accoinpaniert by Miss Dell Kllllan ,of Portageviflc, Miss Jiuinila Mai-llyn Hass, of Hlythcville, wilt; unsuspecting leave Saturday for a two weeks I T omcn visit al Camp Hlo Vista, near] There arc dreamers ">"«>'• Alk ' who are quite sure Mrs. Jewell Mnthles Harris -•• lived Saturday from Aurora, lor an extended visit with lather. W. R. Richie, Mr. and und Mrs. Howard L. Ycager, Frank and] themselves should have hud enough I emergency and lo/ the future KOJ uap:T, and Mrs. Ruth. Law-!sense to know whether Ihe scheme! In lake care of OH '""'Jed. They are not dishonest, they •.arc simply visionary, and the per- ttoek fluctualjs a few prints it will mean little to him because as long as t!ie business is on a sound basis, he will get his Interest. There have been serious wrongs done to many unsuspecting people in this country by urging them lo invest in things "which sound site and which are very unsafe, f personally do not think that a smal investor who can not RSI the besi of business advice, .should have any. thing to do wilh the stock market One of ihe causss of the most srcc- tacular and extremely disaslrou periods in the finances ol this country was the fact that loo maiv inexperienced investors were in th market. ! Ihink as a whole it Is belte for us not to try to make fortune ,, . .. , ., - , ...... ......,..j ,..,.„.. — .j, u,.n ...i. |,... --. .... .. w . tv i.j tv , uinAL IU.IIUJL. . .mil Mrs. N. Johnson, Mr.i w i B w ho tire taken In have no overnight, but to be content to liv Mrs. Gerald _ Brooks. Mr. and cnse against them because Ihey within our means, !o save for a Hotter lake a <iul<-!( ltlol< r ^M now at 13-year-old Iknnii llul- •vany of Vienna, wh(Hii a congress of beauty ciitieils lus clionen as "Ilio most iierfccl ivmnnn tn Eiivnpc". l-'or If j'uu llilak you'll BC« her moving ui-mss n Hollywood plrturn Bru'Pii foincllino noon, you'vo «nrsui'il ivroiiii. She lian alinolliicell Ilial slio Is lo 1)0 nmrrlcil mill ilietcaflci 1 will keep out ot iho imlillu c-ye. 1 lion silent Sunday at fjiimp Rio | VLsta, Hardy. : Pauline Morgan Is "spending this I week wilh her slsler, Jo Frances, at Curulhersvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrvln Wells and | standards of honesly.- They should children arrived Saturday night I b e iaii«ht that yon do nol apcrnl rorn Granite City, Mo., where they money until you have it, that mon- .suggested had a thanco ol U'ing successful. I believe very firmly Hint every child should Ire given some busl- nrss education bosld,^ the ordinary our money In a eon servativc way with the exception o tfcat iwrt of it which we may de cidc we are willing to risk and Uw if necessary for the fun of had licen visillng for two weeks. Mrs. Gertrude Nailer of Houston. oy reprcsenls somel>ody's work or mall-rial Mid-Week . They nre cx|>crted lo return lo- T..c club met at the home day. nr Mrs. Herman Splucr. Miss Doris Secry, (if Jonesboro, The garden leader, Mrs. Williams will arrive .tonight lo lake purl in ! gave a talk on combining cut ll»5- Club Ail) ; k \; Gursts For rnrty. Mc-mbfrs ot Ih Bridge club and Mrs. Etta lliit- tenlocher ul Fayetto, Miss., with Mrs. M. O. Usroy, Mrs. A. D. Falrfteld. Mrs. ,7. w. Morse, Mrs. Jerse Taylor and Mrs E. Q. Wood- Eon were guests of Mrs. Ot,to Kochtltzky Thmsday for a morn- Ing Vridg2 game nn:I luncheon. The hc.ucss' sun porch VMS decorated with mixed bouquets and after the games a cold plate lunch and dessert was served thcrj. Mrs. Cecil Shane won the prize hosiery, and Mrs. Huttenlocher was presented a handkerchief. the wedding of Miss i nm i MUrn llarncs unU IJrrniiril McAfee, lo be solemnized Sunduy aflernoon. Miss Albertu Hlfloll letiiriu.d last niBhl from Caruthersvllle where :he visited friendi for » few days. Miss Mniy Alice McAfee of Memphis, win ank^loday to take .::\n In the wedding of Miss Irma Lnurn Havncs anil Uernard Mc- AIcc on Uunday. .Mr.xle Wells, who has been vi:i- lling rcl^lves. Jias rrlurned aa Memphis 'where he hns accepted .1 position. Willlp and Joe Applcbniiin will leave Sunday for Yu/oo Clly, Miss wlivrc they will visit relatives for a week-. Mrs. Bonnie Herflcld and wn. oi I'anii. in., urn miesls of Mrs. Jlri field's purcnis, Mr and Mrs. William Lang. Miss Miir ( ;uerl:e Uoian is qiend- IIIR loday In .lonc.slinro. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. stovail, M's • --. ti-e piodiicllon oi sonic Is the uiiest ol Mr. and Mrs. things [or which some human bf- J. A. Travis and family. | |,, 8S ln somc wily havc workc(1 . Mfs Nelk; Boston has gone to Money is only a token but H Is a Nashville, Tenn. ,lo attend lliu token which represents real llilnqs: summer term at Peabody college, therefore, if they expect lo acquire Mrs. O. C. Wilson and children it. it is only fair that Ihey should mvc gone to Hornboak. Tenn., for B ivc something in'exchangi i visit with Mrs. Cochran. J. lj. Hlkard, Jack Macklin and ion. Falc Frame, Aubrey and A. J Earls, Guy Tancll and Henry Nunnery havc returned . from a camping trip cm Hie Eleven Point. John Ucrmnn and Ihc MiKsos Joniiie Williams, Nadlne German Wing now and then. gam Tomorruiv: Wise Womrn Oan GamMc. (Copyright. 1033. by Anna Elean Roosevelt, distributed by United i I-'ealure Syndicate. Inc.) The Proper Thing" "Are there definite rulei ol etl- rjiietle for people In restaurants?" Restaurant manners are ' lliosc of proper behavior anywhere. Well bred p?°p!' avoid entering a restaurant and engaging in a lengthy conversation with anyone who happens to lie sitting at a lablc. Every woman siiould remember that every well.bred man must stand and remain standing as lona as a woman talks to him. It doesn't help matters a bit to say "Don't let me keep you standing." for as lonij as she stands and talks with him he | MUST stand. If yon want lo say i something, pay It quickly as you igo by, or, if it is a long message, jsend a note from your table. Makes Your Skin Look So Youthful Holland News \ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Klfer visited relatives in Liltxnirn Monday. .- .,„ „ ... ,-„. „. , , Mr ' ; lnd M'*-. Voris Workman. Real work ol some kind must at- J .™ Co ^ r>n , n - uoms YatCT a »" Miss Helen Seoll. of Caruthersville, left Tndlctmeat on a morals charge •n'aa returned against Gloria •Jlarsh, actress, above, aflcr wilncsses before Los Angeles Knnid jury had made EOIISA- iion:il cliar»cs that girls tock- Ing Rim careers »re forced to have affairs with studio courtiers before they can get Joba. Indicted also was Dave Allen, casting bureau heed. Protect, your skin wilh this now wonderful I^cc Powder and let MELLO-OLO give you thai youthful bloom. Made by a new I'rincli process—slays on longer, prevents large pores, benutlfies your complexion, noes not irritalc the skin or give n pasty look. Purest fair _ powder made. Trv MELLO-GUol 0 and you'll love it. 50c and SI. —Adv. 10 and Kalherlne Mar-ilnn Sunday Burger went to and were accom- and Mrs. w. pciKlinn to:!:iy A Grim- in Mem- Class Has Weintr Rnwt. Mines. Bob CopclanU, W M Williams. Lillian Sisk. Kiva Poc and C( G. Hires enterlaincd oth-r members of th; Hy-Shy-Ny s\m- rlfly school class ol Ihe First Baptist chinch wilh a weiuer lonsl last evening on [ho lawn of Mrr.. B. A. Bu-rs suburban home. Allcr casting welners. which were eaten with cold drinks, (he 26' members viewed Mrs. Biigg-f lovely flower garden. Latrr then were fireworks. »K Biitbday I'arly. Harry Carter Fair, ron of Mr and Mrs.!] Farr. has 30 o! his friends as his guests (hi* af- Icrncon to help liim celcbialc his sixth Litthdny. In the contests. Donna \Viinder- l:ch, Ann Vollmer. Billy Applr-by nnd Barbara Child won pri^ Favon of rubUr balls on string were givsn all the fju:s;s KIH! after two hours of play, ice cream was served with the birthday rake The hosiers v.-as asshted by h«r mothsr, Mrs. T. H. Harnr-. ana her aunt. Mrs. Ross nisnchatd of EU Louis. , ' Have Party at Noble Mr. and Mrs. J. o. McCulloh. of Wilson, entertained 50 of lh«i r friend, with a party at the Hof»l Noble Inst evening. Bridge ana other card games and danclnj were enjoyed in the bins room- which had been decorated with baskets ot summer flowi? A cold plale wilh drinks \va- Etrved. Hruce lloli niett i-ve •:;;< nhis. Mr. nnd Mrs. T 0!ll [,. n»,iloo hive as tlipir mies'.s Mrs. Ilealon's mother. Mrs. \v. s. Copclani!, anil lii-i -5ler, Mrs. w. L S:nt[. nf Union ity. T.-im.. who will Ire here imii] t?r LMs weA. Mir-. Lilliuii Montr I've, (if Kirie, Ark . were KIIC^IS O I worms and lruii3plmiling garden plants. The cannint; trailer. Mrs. nevier. i^ave the numb?r of cans CLU"!?:! the kitchen, which Is over 400 cans tills season, consisting ot beans, greens, okrn, brew, squash, cabbage and .spinach, ttixtcrn bushels ol these came from ihc community gnrden. The homo management lender, Mrs. Turner, pve a talk on "Seasonal Carp cf» Clothing." Miss Coicitmn gave a talk on how « gel rhl of house ants and gave he reclpo of a syrup witli sodium u-iennle. 125 grains or one tablespoon [o one gallon ol syrup. S'f.e also said that soilhnn fluorUle would get rid of cock roaches. The yard chairman. Mrs. Spicer, :av? a talk on Improvement of hoiis? yirtls and the house. Miss Colt man also explained (he ipproprialc way of dressing nn;l Ihe Mrs. r.iimic Alcxanrlor ycslmlay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hii ;s »l| I'iiilllps an:i Cluirif; R Lemon.* have B «:i" v Clilr.iso [or Ihe |,i, r an; | (o De . '-roil (or the notary ' i;;nvciHian. Hify plan lo b- awav icn ilny^. Mi's Klh-ji, c ! [I"ii','ii•. Ml:s. Ii f.-r- Rll{ ., t of ,. rr S]5 . rr . J. T. linn. illui r ;lmi]y _ iis Vinjini-, MyrifS. nr M-m- if. h !;IIP?! <if M:-.;. charli'-i u lianied home by the Rev. A. *B. Eadlier. who had been conducting 11 revival Iherc. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spence and fun. Buford. will spend the latter [liirl of this week in Memphis. GCOIRC W. Cook, who Is sptn.llng; lend the hones! making of money. A child should be taught thai certain lliings are worth savin;; lor and Ibai, one way of making money is to save it. But the really hn- porlant thing for every one to learn Is- that plausible people who lell you lhat by doing nothing you make a great deal of moiivy, are not telling you the truth. Monday for California. Mrs. Francis Murphy has. as her Clients (his week her sister, Mrs. James, and Hie latter's son, : of Hornersville. I had a letter from a woman who i asked If I would ask my husband lo tell the people whether he intended to keep up the stock market prices or lo let Ihcm seek their own level, as il was very hard on Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Pinkston and family . l .vith Mis. J Marinadukc. Ark. i Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins have parents in Chaffee. Her mother accompanied her here for n few days visit. Mrs. E. B. Chltwood and daugh- j ler. Patsy Ann. spent Ihc week end here visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. I. L. Fisher lias as her guest this week her mother, Mrs. Knight, ol PortngcviMe. Rev. J. L. Pinkston and daugh- spent the week end ler. Miss Naomi, will spend the Pinkston's mother at'week end in Jonesboro. SORES! INFECTIONS! BURNS! BOILS! ITCH! Regardless of how serious or aggravated the'form, have for a quarter of a century, yielded to Cross .Salve's powerful germicidal and healing action. 30 cents and 50 cents at all dealers. Honest money back guarantee. The Cross Salvo Co., Inc., Marion, Kentucky. Ihc summer months in TiLscaloosa.l "'c investor not lo know what wus Ala., and George Mlmms. of that place, spenl last week end there on bnslsess. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. lluford Cowdcn, who has been dangerously 111 with colills, Is no* improving. , Mr. a'nd Mrs. N. Koury, son.j Phillip, and daughter, Miss Olga, i]>eiil lust week end in Cairo, 111., where (hey attended n reception for Mr. and Mrs. Ellas. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vieldcr nnd Mrs. Muiic lludgins are spending two ;weeks in Fllnl, Mich., with relalivcs. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis arc in charge ol Hie Stcele Iheatcr. i going lo happen! Now, the obvious answer lo this plea is that the lady is not. asking information for a bona Tide investment group, but for a gambling group, she tells of a working woman who took her savings nnd bought fifty shares .of a certain sioek. " It Is very unwise fcr any one to take all ol his savings and buy one stock which he knows nothing about, ixmiculariy on margin as this woman must have done. Any ns their guests this week Wallace Scott of Memphis. Mrs. Sharp, mother of Mrs. Luther Hays, Is ill. i Mrs. J. B. Morgan returned Snn-i day from a week's visit with her ! Giant guinea pigs, or capybaras, which weigh as much as 100 pounds, are said to be the largest rodents in existence. DELICIOUS Hot Weather Special Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEK SHOPl'E Prices Rpasonablr DOCTORS ADMIRE THIS LAXATIVE To Iwmili luMiWliRS, dizzinc.-3 aaii oilier>(iTistip.ilion..ill! doctors regularly prc^crilK- Ihc taiativc ingredient used in Fcrn-a-mint, lli''mrwlern,pl™5Hnt-lailintf. clicking gum hxalivc. t'ern-a-mint acts morn iirooiplly. thoroughly, and saliv factoiijy. for it i.s xenlly released iato tbfl liy vhewiiif,', tlim giving dress contest wMch will l>c held at county council June 33. when there will also ta a bread conlest. were discussed lor buying : ' rrrimc a sink for the canning kitchen. • and buys outiight an interest in that, business either through the Dr. and Mrs. Qrissom of Fulton, I Purchase of stock or bonds, bill Miss., spent Sunday here us Ihe I hc does not buy on margin. If Ihis Ruesls of -their nlecc L Mrs. Conrad fonuinj,'. bou-cl-nbibing lilXAtivrs. Does not interfere will; duties. "Delay" ii 'I'* 1 "* 11 " 11 "*—chew 1'mi-a-TnInt for cor.' tipilion. lie nnd 2Jc at druggiiti. Svhnimcr rri'i'aml fnr H.iuc KINGSTON. Out. (UP) — The i tichoonrr Shiiiuno, owned by Paul D. Ru:l, of Marhleneck. Mass., is' lining ouintted here preparatory to parlicipaling in the NP.W York (o Bermuda nice which starls on July 21. Tlio Sliimmo Is G8 feet Ions S'litl has a 15-fpol beam. She l-aniiv, a crew of 12. The Uyrd Little America stamps were HIP smallest sheelr, of com- n:cii!< i;!tiv:' stamps ever i*. r ,ncd i)y Ihe United State.-, postofTice depatt- incnl. (if they iTifl tHeir ftffiprini lire) produce 5,59B,71O,OOO,OOO VUES IN ONE SUMMER FHrs,!iicnriuMoe38ndo!herini«cl« ntctlic noil dnngeroutlhlngBthat set In yCHJrhor.ic. TheyspreJid dt»- CAIC nnd tSctilh,Guard your htnlih • Rolnu ttic«iG vile creature*. Kill thsm wl*.li [TLY-TOX. ../niijfun [10:11 ^vmi'dayr, illness Ucrauso nwliitia. O'Neal W,..MI,ro.,| : . ,,f Bisinii- uaiii, Ala., will nriire l un ] R |u (a' -•lin:il Dip wcrkt-iid nlili Mrs I I 0. \Vi-:.i broo .i i( ny , c Oll f , t .1'OHTi.AND. 0:c. 'UI')-.Oirvcn ' Fluialelhio v<t imiy have r>npov- '•;«"ly I" aclil .in Orpson M.nnp inowinj rrnter Uike to their col- .cition. 'nip , x ^.t ortic;- dcpnrl- n.-.k(-d to print, a in; Ihe Or"con Black-Draught Good . Laxative Needed in Troubles Like These Mr. J. T. SlitliOn. of Barren Spring, Va., »riles lhal he lias .taken Thedford's Black-nrnushl •when a laxative was needed for twelve or fifteen years. "I take, n for biliousness, a tired, dull, ach- Inj 1-tlihg. sick headache—Biack- Driught relieves quicker than any• thing I hiive'evsr tried. If I don't > •'• take' Black'Draught when 1 feel a n*»dachc coming'on, I havc lo no '.'.. .19 bed. It seems to keep off the «.'li5adach<:.r—This . old, rcmtU', .purely, vegetable laxative is so ;'jsppubr that millions of packages •-..-'.are sold every year. .."\ . ': — Adv.3DP10 Or THANKS 'Ine family of Mrs. Mnry Ann Jlorlon. of Wilson. Ark, wi;h tn 'I'.in'* our many neijhbor, ; i :i; i lor their kindnrss and svm- palhy during the illnrxs and derail il cur dear Mother, also for tl'cr iKMtufu! (Viral offM];.peeial- 'y Or. Oscar Barksdnle 'and Dr. N. B Uli3 for llieir untliinf! etfoils. o!'o Ihe Rev. J. T. Caui;h!ey and !hr Kev. n. M. Lfft .,,. jor ' (1] '.'crd:. of coiisolntion. INSURANCE POLICY HOLDERS ileiuaiids of all companies paid promptly and in full nncessiiiT dial our agencies pn a basi? to meet these FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. IXSUKAXCI: DKPT. Complying with the lhal ilicir balances dp cistb innnlh; il bci'oiiius rniului'l tlieir liusi ilcmaiub. T'lir-rtfnre, effective July 1st. 1031. the premiums on all pnliries aie due and payable on the elTectivn ilnlo nf the prtlicy. and tmlc.-:.; paid in full or llnnnced. before tiir Ifitli of the montb following the month in which they arc effective, the policies will be canceled. Kxample: All policies written riuring the month m" July, imisl be paid for in full not later than the 15th day of Allan;!. As above elated, this rule will become effective July Is!, 193-1. nnd we must insist on prompt payment of proiiiiumi. niul we :isk our gonii friends, and clients, to give us their co-operalion. Blythcvillc Insurance Agency G. G. Caudill Agency Clark-Wilson Agency Fanners Bank & Tr. Co,, Ins, Dept, First National Agency W, M, Williams Agency FORTUNE'S Att-Cremtn Ice McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY TREE DELIVERY , ' Specials for Saturday and Monday SUGAR Pure Cane 10-Lb. Cloth Bag SOc mm ! Square Deal. Self Rising •18-Lh. Sack $1.65 VINEGAR 16-Oz. Bottle Each 6c BEANS Kentucky Wonder. Pole Reans Pound 5c CORN On Cob Per Ear 4c APPLES Green June. Fine.for Pies Pound 5c COFFEE McMttllin's Sptcial. None Better Pound 24c PORK & BEANS J L1 12-oz. Can Kach 10c CORN FLAKES Cackagcs 25c jTmS A family doctor, I know the one perfect diat you con give a growing child is pure ice cream. That's why I always recommend a STANDARD,'HIGH : quol- ity brand such as Fortune's. There's no question about its purity or its richness. And Fortune's NOW COSTS SO LITTLE that EVERYONE can afford to cat H EVERY DAY!'Always order Pure as »h« Mmntoin Air Robinson Drug Co. Phone 444 NEW POTATOES I'ound 2c 3 Packages 2Sc SCAP Camay Toilet Bar Sc GRAPE URU1T Hed & White N'o. 2 Can lie FRYERS Frtsh. Full Dressed I'ound 38c PORK ROAST Fresh and Meaty Potiml 15c PICNIC HAMS to 5 1,1). Aver. I'ounrt 16c HENS Full Dressed I'ounri 18c VEAL RftAST Or Chops Pound lOt Or Iklogn.i Pound 12 *e Pure Meat Pouurl Sc

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