The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1934 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, July 18, 1934
Page 2
Start Free Trial

COURIER NEWS Bull. toerUlnrt 20 ie put; Tuee- «tten6on complimenting KM folk and Alice Kc- Iqloib of Elttieburi, Mis., bouM- (OMts of ilUsn Ruth Eleanor and Ffiudc*s 'Tucker. Gtrden flowers decorated the living ind.bun rooms which opened on the temce «nd garden. In-the bridge games Mrs. Allen Huddle&tcn won » traveling cos- • metlc kit for high score fur first honors and stationery went to Mrs. Carleton Smith jr., lor sec- end high. The guests o{ honor received compacts. The hostess served a trozen Jrult salad with sandwiches and k*d .tea to the guests which Included Miss Catherine Bush ot Ellenton, S. C., and Miss Mary Louise Graham at Columbia, S. O., ' houseguests of Mayor and Mrs. Cecil Shsne and daughter, Miss Patty, Mrs. L. C. B. YOUUE. of Osceola, and Mks Rose Lou Cooke. of Luxora. It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Training Girls To Care For The Sick I am oltcn very much surprised •• in one . or two places In this nl the nbsolute inexperience in conn [or Illness which is shown Bits of Mostly Pertonil WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1984 The Summer Buffet Tea May Be Festive Bill Dolen left this morning (or Horseshoe I^ake to visit Mrs Ophelia Enoch and other relatives Miss Jimnlta Morgan of Ch*f- (ee, Mo., Is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Dolen. Mrs. P. S. Robertson and a.' Thomas. Via Fan!l; Has Reunion Members of the Via families by the average young girl and It has nlways seemed to me a commentary on the mother's bringing up ol Hint girt- . . ... Every girl before she starts her, except nt great expense II It Is own home should know how to, paid for at all. It Is particularly read ti clinical thermometer, how hard for this group ns they come- tc recognize the ordinary symp- limes have to go either to a me- loms of Illness, how to give ,try this has been rccofnlycd. ! ,j a ,, eh i erBi Mrs . r nomas . The necritlns been met by some and Mlss Kale Robertson, of San public-spirited ^rsos or hy Ihe B ,, )lt0i _ T4xas _ anU Mr£ OeorJ!3 community Itself, but so far It is w . vaught, of Tylertcwn, Mlw, not generally planned for and hllve teen 8ue5ts or i helr filst er. hcspllnl cure cannot be obtained Mrs . T . E Tat c, for several days. enema, ho, to .t tft-- and throat, how to nwkc n bed with mccl the necessary bills. u pcison In H, how to give a per- it seems to me that every young ton a bath In bed. With these ] girl should nol only have the gen- 1 alld ; f »'»" 1 >' are spend training for Illness which I vacatfenfin the Omks. i. late accompanied them to Memphis on the return trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson and daughter. Dorothy Jean, ore Wise their Lloyd V. spending here and at Steele attended a reunion at Murray City, Tenn., Sunday when 100 relatives and 25 liiests »ere present. The aflalr was held nt the home of Mr, and Mrs. T. A. "Burt" Vis who had a desire to see all ef their relatives together. Trenton, Dyershurg, and Alamo, Tenn., were also represented. Those going from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Otha Via and family, Mr. «nd Mrs. Ben Ray and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Via and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison »nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen ' Alexander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Via and family and Mr. and Mrs, O .B. Via and family, of Ettele, attended * * * Sala-rtUmo The mlrrlsge ol 'Ml*s Rosa Lee PeUnoa and R. M. Sain, both of Manila, occurred Sunday. Justice Mis?'Marian Cooley has arrival home- frrjjn Knoxvllte, Tenn, where; foiMhV car- she attended summeir^scrkx)]. Shd i it arrives I ls * student at the TJnlvensity of things ns n background, n woman eral con understand the doctor's or- Imvc already''mentioned but should ders and follow them oul and It liuvc Eome training to prepare her will not be necessary to go to a for child-bearing and I hospital for every minor ailment, Inn ol ths baby when .. .. or have a trained nurse or call Many and many a girl have 1 Tennessee, in n tloclor when he is not need-j known who was completely with- ™- »no Mrs. Clarence Holder ed. I oul knowledge of what the most H11(1 Mrs Holder's brother, Leon With this amount of training usual conditions surrounding this - 6»|1™I. ntve 8one to th2 fair nt In her youth, she can learn ccr-||icrlod of life were apt to be. tnln other things more easily as Ihc need arises in her life, but in cases of »rloni Illness or ne- opcratlons, the hospital is Little Cecil Girl Diet in Jonesboro Hospital Mary Margaret Cecil, u months old daughter of-Mr. and Mrs J. L. Cecil. H15 west Ash. died »t 6:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at a JuiiEtloro hospital. Funeral rites will be held at the Forty and Eight Catholic churcli this afternoon with ihe Rev. McCormlck officiating. Interment will be made there. The Cobh Undertaking company Is In charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased is survived by her parents, four brothers and one. sister.. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchlns Olrl should know the normal way' 01 living through the long nine . , „,...,„ months of pregnancy. She should 5t °i, ln Springfield. Mo. . have r « uMd . -. « verRl dn >' : ' know how to take core of her- Miss Jane Buck has returned , - 1 . .. undoubtedly the best plnce to Deceit, she should understand and ' from , * wee f s rsta . y ,, '" ™ m P llls ' make allowances for certain Hb- , 1 " 8 " 1 r .,, ot Mlss€ Flole " Ce of feelings and O. G, Uirrs read Manila. the service at Faragould today for' a visit with .. and Mary Convers I Misses Mary . Louise Graham, o! 1 Columbia, S.. C., and Ellenton, 5 On the tea table both hoi and an iced beverage are served; Ihe tea set ii of inexpensive pottery, cream color, striped with red and blue. And luncheon plates ol the same ware are used on tlic table. The iced fruit punch Is served in a tall pitcher of amber glass with footed goblets of the New Liberty The Rev. W. H. Horn and Rev. Ruth will begin a r;v here Sunday. J. J 7 . Epperson and' Mr. and Mrs. Mas Whatlcy and daughter, Hauline. returned Sunday from a visit spent at Aberdeen "and Okalona. Miss. Miss Laura Baker bns I to her liotnc at Okalom. f.ll?3.. ] after several weeks visit with ! grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Epperson, and other relaliv3S. Mr. and Mrs. Waller lilll cl JBassetl, Ark., spent Sunday as the guest ol Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Marshall and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. I,. Hawkins anil daughter. Miss Ora L:e. of Half Mcon was guest of Mr. and Mr.;. tame. The calad is of cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce in a large pottery platter, sliced baked ham is on iccck and family. P. B. Jnrratt and family Sunday. Wayne Martin of Mississippi is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. M. Ay- a silver platler, and buttered finger rolls on a smaller troy. Lemon for the tea. salted nuts and olives ar? In small amber glass dishes. The bouquet Is of ysllow snapdragons In a green glass Jar. The tablecloth is of Italian fllli't. Such an arrangement Is equally effective on the porch or in the dining room. Jonrsboro yesterday accompanying: prars on the market nearly every Miss Mildred Matthews who was I year, but the Evergreen, Golden here lor Monday. | Bantam and Country Gentleman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eskrldge. varieties always are good stand- are here for a visit with Mr. Esk- T. I Catherine | ridge . s parellts Mr _ and Mrs ' j ,! VB W- Eskrldge. Mr. nnd Eskrii fo accept Charity, but who must' ter It will he for her. live on a small Income, finds 111-' ricss of any kind a serious condition, but an illness which re- Ata-Mwe Hits Willie Mat Moore and Holland Alen, both of here,, were United In Marriage Saturday by the Rev.. Kupha D. Beatley, pastor of the First Church of the Naureae. quires a doctor and hospital care Is a calamity. Tomorrow: Health For Babies. (Copyright. 1933.'by Anna Eleanor other rejatlvea. Mrs. George W. Bush drove over lor them. They hare twin attending a Pi Bet". buwriBiii, IDJJ. uy Anna Eleanor ph , jo—jit,. , OI ^, Rcosevelt; distributed by United ,„J° pI'J »r?rt Fcntnro- 1 Ri-nrlli-«t«- -Tnol OUHie far* »uu Feature Syndicate, 1 Inc.) BM BktUay Party C. A. Rice, Jr., celebrated his tenth birthday today with a party for a group of his friends. • The affair opened with a, swimming party at the Chicago Mill pool, and followed with entertainment -at the Rice home. Wilson Society —^ Persona! Mfs. J. A. MerrlH- frras fwstefa to the Methodist Missionary soclfllj th3 llaptlst Woman's Missionary union, of Wilson, and the Pres bytcrian Auxiliary, of Bassctt, at the community house Tuesday 'af London Bride y in i illliry I W*me> Hear Teacher ' Miss Mildred Matlher.E, missionary teacher In Havana. Cuba, who is spending her furlough in Jonesboro, was the principal speaker at the meeting Of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist churcli Monday afternoon. Mrs. Will Rogers was leader ol the program which dealt with young people and numbers were ttven by girls ol the 'teen nge. •Mixes Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan and Jeanne rotter sang a duet ' and Miss Buchanan gave a violin Mlo frith Miss Winilred Crawford at the piano. TalJU on mUsions were given by Misies Elizabeth Harrison, Eugenia Crawford CXue Rice. and Osceola Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson left last night for Chicago to attend the Worlds Pair. They were ac- .companled by Mr. Jacksoy.'s mother, Mr». Ida Tucker. Mr. Jackson and Mrs. .Tucker will retuin In- two weeks. Mrs. Jackson will remain lor an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Vandervoort. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt hav» u their guests this week MV Hunt's young nephew. O. R. Thomas, of Hoi n Lake, Miss. O. R. came up Sunday, accompanying hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thomas and his small sister. Anne. who tpent th« day with Mr. and Urt. Huat. They we:e also accom- r*nl*d by Mrs. Hunt's mother, Mrs. S. A. Hujh-sy, of Horn Lake -. -ttot. Craft, of Holly Springs, Hta., B here. for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Driver, and h«_ family. — : - M!M Ethel Jones, who has been attfcrtttig 'A.wt!ri High School In h*s returned to Ofccoh .ttM 'summer vacation *6;beT' pjfrentc, Mr. and Mrs. R, ' * teruoon. The Bassett ptesenled a program. | Mis. H. J. Scnaeler ami daugh ter, Miss Dorothy, nava relumed to their home at Memphis aflci a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. h Calchlngs. ••'• Mrs. Eva Elklns has as h:r guests her daughters,. Mis. Fayo Molt and Mrs. J. E. Fnrr'ell and the latter's daughter.- Ann, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hill and dat\ghtrrs, Missffl' Margery 'nnd .vlary~ have gone to Hardy for •» week's slay. .Dr. and Mrs. N. u. Ellis and :6n, John, and John Encchs, Jr.. spent Sunday at Hardy, whsre ,hey visited N. B.-Ellis. Jr. Miics Gernldlne and Gladys Johnson, of Jonesboro, are ti\3 gussls this week ol Mr. and Mrs E. E. C'/leman. MJ>5 Nedra Coxj hasretoned io lier home nt Hernardo, Miss., ifter spending several days .with hsr brother, Dr. Hunter Cos. Mrs. Wendell Ellis, of Monctte, Is the guest this vvie'K of his sister. Mrs. Henry Wltcher. J. H. Craln lelt Monday for a week's business trip -to St. lour, and Chicago. Mirs Remby aughley. ol Mem- phts, spent the week-end bys. . Take care not to over-cook corn. ikridgc.jDo no t let It stand after cooking. who Is with a. United elates Elght m i nut es should be allowed Coast and Geodetic Surveying par-1 to cook young Under corni count . ty. and Mrs. Eskridge will go to lng tne tlme after tne water be _ Manlstlgue, Mich., from here where g j ns to ^\\ hard again after put- Mrs. I. T. Walker, and diugh- ler of Osceola speni. the wec-k- ctirt with Mrs. B. F. Aycock and family. The Home Demonstration club met at the horns of Mrs. \V. J. Faught Friday evening for a business and social meeting. The social peiiod was enjoysd very much on the lovely lawn. The liiistQnds wye guests. Just before rpturn- were I ing home weiners were roasted over open pits and served with buns, pickles, cake and lemonade. they will be stationed. tlnj In the corn. But if the corn at Yellow- visited in and St. Louis before coning here. Mrs. E. 3. Hammond and daugh- :er, Miss Jonnnye Louise, anil Mn. Hiram Olllssple. ot Los Angeles, Cal.. are expected to. arrive today for a visit with Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty and family. They have been In Rlpley, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney has been gathered some time and spent yesterday In Hlckman, Ky.. | (he kernels are on the where they attended the funeral ripening It may take oi Mrs. McHaney's' niece. Miss fifteen minutes to ccx Mary Emm> Hayden. George Grear and cook Add salt after the corn has cooked Herman five minutes and keep ths kettle Hospital /Vote* Admitted: Mrs. John Mosby, fas'Holland. Mo.; Mrs. Jlmmls Jones, 'city; Sue Medlln, city; Mrs. Henry Flowers, Steele. Mo. Dismissed: Armurel, Turner have returned from Hardy closely covered during cooking where they spent a brief vacation. Billy Brewer, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer, was admitted to the Blythevllle hospital today for treatment. Hot weather has HSrt. Un. ,Hammoncl and dat-vh- tef resldSd here for • several .yeTfrs and Mrs. Gille»pie formerly sided at Oscsola Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrt "w.1 «":-m»' ha t aggravated the cond.tlon of Ihe youth. who has . be«n .ill '.lrne..;;'.r^.r«-^' .', .^:-.} ( -.. r . i and Mrs. Carol Meyer bf Euiiora, Ark., who are here .for some. Mr. Grimes'an. extended visit, with Mr. and ha"e" BsTheir V guesta."Mrs. Pratt,, Ml \ Walter Rosenthal. went to Nashville, Tenn., today to visit relatives lor a week. Bob Ullman, of St. Louis, Is attending tu business here today. A rarity In Loadon'i Kdai life was the Cblness-civil wedding 'at vhlcb Ylo Chunj LI, dauguter ol the chairman of the Bank nt China, became lha brida o> Ur. Sze Mlag 8ie. son ol the Chines* M(fll»tcr to tie U. S. Th« brli» ft lUovn arrtvlag at tht Chinese legntloa IOT the ceremony. at Ihe Baptist hospital In Memphis ' Mo^|y. Sleelc Schools Open for Summer Session of Springfield. Mo. • Billy Tatum, ol Kennett, Mo, Is the guest of his cousin. Joe Bur- 'neltc.- Mrs. Ed Hardln Jr., and son. Eddie of G'reenvllle, Miss.,' have arrived for several weeks stsy with" Mrs. Ed Hardin sr. Misses Elizabeth and Marilyn Burnettc returned last night from Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Athens, Ala., and Muscle Shoals, Ala., where I Ihcy visited relatives. j Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Miller have as their guests Miss Eberlea Daggett, of Marianna. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Baggett, brought her over Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Holsell _ and family, have returned from a' few vegetables nailed" w'i't'h 'de- visit in New Albany, Miss. |light by-all members of the family. Mr. and-Mrs. E. P. Belt have] While It, may not be its rich in returned from several weeks vaca- mineial salts and vitamins rs tlon spent In St. Genevleve. Mo., some of ths other summer KITCHEN BY MARY E. DAGUE Sweet corn Is one of th? very and Dawsori Springs, Ky. Mrs. Joel Chandler and son vegetables. It, dees supply bulk and carbohydrates in abundance and When tender remove from water ' and serv?. to stand in the water it scon becomes discolored and watery and altogether unappetizing. If you should want a from ( corn on the cob there ars fnany s{ <leUcloij5:.if»ys -to. Cut from ths cob and cooked tor ten minutes In thin cream seasoned with butter, salt and .pepper, \i is amazingly good and pr3ferre"d, by some persons to corn-on-the- cob. It must be stirred constantly while cooking to vent sticking and burning. Combinations. of corn and other vegetables always are good. ted. Succotash, green peppers sturled aith corn and corn, chowder are combination 'dishes par excellence Corn Chowder. Two cups^corn cut from cob, 1 slice salt pork, 2 small onions. 4 medium sized potatoes. 2 medium sized tomatoes. 1 teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 1 cup water. 2 cups niiik, 1 tablespoon butter. 2 teaspoons flour. Cut pork in small dice and Ivy out fat In soup kettle. Add onions peeled and minced, potatoes pared and cut In dice, tomatoes peeled and sliced and salt and pepper. Add water and simmer , lor fifteen minutes. Add corn andi cook ten minutes longer. Rub flour and butter to a smoo;;i paste have arrived home from a visit in.tho J yellow varieties contribute .Tlln.snilln Art ' **., ..;, ,_ « Judsonia, Ark. | some - vitamin A. to her. home in Osceola after a' visit wjth her son. J. Ernest Hal. , ..._ tell.-and family. I her parents, Hev. and Mrs. John Steele consolidated district opened H.. J. .Klmbro ol Jonesboro. 'dls- Boyce Halscll has returned 1 - to Sweet corn is perhaps the only his home in Pontotoc, Miss'.,.alter mild Havored vegetable that mod- vlsltlng In the home.of Mr. and.ern cooks advise boiling in watci Mrs. J..Erncst Halsell.and family::,'to^'fbver. Tlie .tenderness, coloi Mrs.; Garn Halscll tins returned and flavor all iare harmed b< ETEIJLE. Mo. — SchooU of the . , ll & steaming and watelcss cookinj; Consequently, in' ;ivto serve It , ....... . .. at its best It Isreomplctely im- mensed in aclively-^boilmg water ' aughley. and sister. Miss Rea. |M:nd»v morning for n quarter trict manager of the Southwestern and boiled rapidly Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spencer, term. They will close for the on-, Bell Telephone company, attended. kettle. ' 'In a covered and daughter, Elizabeth, have re- "ual cotton picking vacation aociut. to business here yesterday, turned to Monttte. Ait., for Ihoitnc middle of September. Enroll-! "" Com loses its natural sweetness poly, milk, coffee. Steele Child Dies held Sunday for Frank J. Courtney. 4. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Courtney, who died In Ihc Blv- thevllle hospital Saturday following- a -two weeks illness with colitis. The services were held at the Church of Christ and burial v, made at Mt. Zion cemetery. He Is survived-by'his parents, a-brother, M. B. jr.. and three sisters, Vera, Marie, and Sara nose Mrs. Marie Hatley, Steele. Mo. and stir into mixture. Cook and stir until smooth. Add milk and bring quickly to the boiling point but do not let;, boil. Serve with toasted cracker??Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST — Chilled tomato juice, cereal, cream, creamed fish. com waffles, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON — corn chowder. lettuce sandwiches, filled cookUs, Crape juice. DINNER — Baked slice of ham with potatoes, corn-on-cob, spin- Mrs. Robert Wright has return- high school students from Mlcola, returned ftoni a visit In Mayfleld keeps them from becoming drv I und Trenton. Ky. and hard. "'' ed to her home at Pins Bluff Maplcwood. Denton »nd after a month's rlslt with her dauahters. Mrs. W. F. Wilson and Miss Elolss Wright. ' Mrs. W. F. Wilscn and her sons. W. P.. Jr.. and Robjrt. went to Cabot. Ark., today to ettend t lamlly reunion at ths home o! Jfr aunt. Mrs. J. L. Bod!:. • Mr. Wilson end Miss E!e!s3 Wrliht w::l Join thsm lor the week-jrTd. ' '" !!'•» Fan'nie Tenn., De'nhjm". • of Colis the' &u;st of - : -- Mttt Rvrtfc Goldberg Is visiting rtiatrn* to St. Louij this week. Hr.-«D4 Mrs. L. K. Harwaig hart relumed from a' week'.i stay at Ittitif, Tliey'^ere accompanied by Mr. -_and . Mrs. Sam Hswman JtfA tfcalr. a»«li.»», of Memphis, •WS l*r. aa<3 Mrs. Milton St«;n- £rt at BIjth«Tille. • ttn. Lo«i» -Miller end hn ehll- drto, 'who b*ve ' been guest.-; of ten. MlDer'a .parent:. Mr. and Mr». A. • Wetonerg, have rctunKd •to ihelr beiae to Hat River, Mo her aunt, Mrs. J. D. McK?n?!e. Mr. and Mrs. J.' R. • Cullum returned ' Tuesday • from a. vnk'i visit to the world's lair, at Chicks. A 6'i pound daughter was born to Mr. »nd Mts. .Carl b. Bird l .ilMM'.pri'.'-cttei of ili- »«r. la »b<*(.'SS4i' :ounces, Ihc biilk'of'-which' U ji«J fcy the chtaical' "' SHONE 134 FARMERS BANK '& TRUST CO. INSIII1ANCE WEVT. X-,''--'" •//•^^••r •' Read Courier News Want Art. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson and Mrs. j Rest V.irictits j Theodore Logan motorerl to A new variety ol sweet corn ep- DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEK SHOPPE Prkes Reasonable O NLY when the rich flavor and satisfying strength of Blatz Old Heidelberg Beer have been fully developed by TIME — is this beer bottled. Then the Brew-Date is shown on every bottle as the definite guarantee of its actual age. Unaged beer may cost a bit less — but you'd miss the full-bodied strength, rich flavor and mellow smoothness you're sure of getting in Blatz Old Heidelberg "Brew- Dated" Beer. BLATZ Estiblitkti ISil BREWING CO. HILWAUKIE Distributed by A. S. BARBORO & COMPANY Phone 920 01131. ram Blvtheville. Ark. The littk group "nf men who lidtd Aic»n<ifr Thomu A. W»isoi>. ™ "" 1 ' 111 " 111 ^' lh? ho mlit the fiiil lc!c- t 1 *""- w " lhc h '«"™« of W«t,,nElcci,ic ii perpetuated today in minycf Ik; pf.:kici, and Co. s.ipp y unit of llK Hell System. From in liy the Amciiran TeltphonCBKi'WcgMrliCo^ cvtninthc form cfr.iginimicn nfihc idcphone iV*p» ihe f()i<ipmcnt and supplies nttdtd by the rutcntfirginiznion of the Bell System. A. T.&T. •crvKC. Bell bimKlf, the rcKiich wr,l cr , („, j., n ««u\e-} Bell compinici are CutnKhcd at a staff rxpeiu dr.vciop more cconcniicsl cpsutsng to'«amp!c ken luccceded hy Bt.lTeleph^c ' ' '"' "•-'•!- l,ibor«tori(s, w)»«« (citnti.u hive|ihu!f<1 innnhrcrsliic invcntk.ii) ami iii,|.;(,i-«i 1( -,-,n in il-.e iHephoiic 'an. FOR YOU . . . Good Service at Fair Cost roT only were the beginnings of tin present form of organization of die telephone service, with units for researcli for manufacture, for busings and financial guidance, to be found in tins Jiandt'ii! of pioneers . . . the source nf many of tlic policies of the Bell System lies there a? well. Thus, for more than 50 years the saving* from a spcxi.ili7.ed telephone I'lgarmation kuivs gone, not In swell profits, hut Io give gmul telephone srrvirc at a fair co<! io ilic user. This policy has been acVpte;! he-cause w« feel that, from your sumlpmm as much as CmJiafr G. MuhtmJ, first husint.-s adviser cf (nm <m ^.^ it ls soml(1 ^,, A w,,^^],, j n ,„ undcrtatiug planned like the .elcplionc service for the long pull,\vc liclirvo tlvu what is best Mv ilic telephone subscriber becomes which, isi proven fict,i) lower thnwculJ mcihoij for the associated companies cf '.lie \ n ,)| C cnc | ,|, e col i r s C that will bring V* rturfed on the open marVci. Ai »telephone System, lls finaacing ficiliiics mike available, ^ ^ _. (|r{] ^ mu{c C| ,,| linl11 , M1rcosSi i-'tr, j-f.ii pr..(it imiircrtly, ^t Jcliriitfly, liy at ^ nvinj, fund) for niTCi'iry addition! to tele- lh"C Jivir.o-. ph<-,n^ lir.^.' and equinmen:. SOUIIIHCSTCRH BELL HUPIIONE COHPHHT

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free