TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1936 BLYTI1EVIU.R (AUK.) COURIER NEWS 'Spooning 9 Isn'l Jusl for Grown Folks; Emilie's'Already Adepl al, II • • ' ,_ - _ . —„ T—j- ,. ^ I PAGE THREE! now?" is Emlllc's expression tis she nnlw.i her Serious business? Well, E.ni'.le scims to think this noimiay lur.eli-; Al!-l)-h, it's treat, isn't il. rj.nM'iV At least that's the kind of sat- ccn for the liiomie quins is just that. She's »eMn-; a firm gr!;> 5:1 I inaction written zroimd lirr lli:r, and eyes In iliis pi:tin that tpaon and no mistake! And sec her pusher. ! empties her .spoon to Ihc last drop. she Last ilix.iv Maybi' we were hnsly. For 'ur sj;con over nmt proceeds to finish the Job Hill you ever ECO a clilltl who didn't leiirn In hc-iirt.y f:\sliion. tills trick? hRiid, hor tri'iul in Ihc other. Something v • licr attention. Could it, be the camci.. in one .-ivctwl Osceola Sooelv — Personal \ under Hie direction of Mrs. S. M. I Hodges. Mrs. B. D. Hose and Mrs. 11. p. Travis were hostesses to the Baptist W. M. u. at the homo of the iormer yesterday afternoon for the monthly missionary program. R. C. Bryant and Warner Dll- ™° ™ m " °" "'» Grace or Jard drove to Oxford, Miss. Sat- '' " v '",;v f ra »8<* and led by Mrs. in-day to attend the football B"'"c : ^" I " ckcr '"eluded a solo by between O!e Miss anil Catholic Speaker D. Rose; a duct by Mrs. Frank Williams aiul Mrs. D. A. Eilc!-; and a quarat by Mines. John A, Eclrington, R. H. Jones, D. A. Siler and Frank Williams, ether numbers on the program Included a talk on the blessedness cf tithing by Mrs. p. E, Tompkins and a reading by Mrs. A. P. Glascoe. Dr. and Mrs. Lcnzo Hou-ton went to Madisonville, Ky.. Sunday en a business trip. They will return tomorrow. Ed bell of Basselt Attended court here yesterday. Cranberries derived their from cranes that inhabit swamps in which they grow. Thirty to 40 leaves arc required [ in a peach tree to provide enorii ood to develop a good peach. University of Wtishinglon. Mrs. J.' J. nillard, who has spent (he past two months with relatives in Alatama and Mississippi returned with them and will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ilryan and Mr. Bryan. The P.-T. A. will sponsor a Hallowe'en carnival at the high school Friday night. The program will include a floor show, song raid dunce revne. fashion show and numbers by the kiddies band. Miss Mary Keiser of Carlisle arrived last night for a visit with Mrs. John Keiser and family. The amusement club operated by E. C. Wellborn in the Hale bulldim; has .been leased to Dick Griffin. Miss Eleanor Day of Memphis is Ihe guest of her aunt, Mrs. Guy Bryant, this week. Miss Loyc Boucher of Searcy Is The only creatures whose eyes i Six meals -(emporary Western Union opera- can be focused arc men and apes ' in Norwav tor. relieving 'Mr. J. S. Halstead. ' The Rev. and Mir-. R. C. Morehead will leave tomorrow for Batcsville to attend the annual sessions of the Arkansas Methodist conference. Their daughter. Miss Sarah Francis Morehead, a member of the Keiser school faculty will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunavant at Kei-ser in their absence. Miss Blossom Christopher, assistant Frisco operator here for the past several weeks has entered a SI. Louis hospital for treatment and upon recovery will lie transferred to Kewanec. Mo. F. c. Pepple of Stcele, Mo., is the new assistant at the local office. Mis. E. C. Wellborn went to Memphis Sunday for her sister, Miss OJeta Mcllvce who has been a patient at the Willis C. Campbell clinic for several weeks. Mrs. Wellborn will leave tonight, accompanying her to her home in Baton Rouge. La., and remain for a two weeks vacation. .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Henderson, Joplin Henderson, and daughter, Mrs. Frank Partis, of Hiplcy, Tenn. were guests of Mrs. F. M. Snng- ster Friday. Mrs. Guy Henderson remaining until Sunday. Eighteen members of circle A of the Methodist missionary society drove to the country" home cf Mrs. Eric Fletcher west'of Bas- I sett, for their meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Whitworth, Mis. J. T. Flower and Mrs. Leo' Schreick were co-hostesses. \ Circle B was entertained at' Ihe Iiotnc of Mrs. J. A. Gwaltney'i nt Victoria with Mrs. G. B. Sc- i Braves, Mrs. ,1. A. Apple and Mrs. Kale Cliissenhal) as joint hostesses. Plans were discussed al eacli meeting for the day of prayer for home and foreign missions to be held at the church nest Monday, Shivering with Chills Burning with Fever Sure Relief For Malaria! Don't try homcmnj- treatments or newfangled remedies I Take lli.it good old Grove s Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you will lie yourself again, lor drove's Tasle- kss Chill Tor.ic not onlv relieves tlic symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the infectionitsclf. Hie lastclcss quinine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic kills Hie Malarial infection in Ihc Mood while the Iron it contains builds up the hloo.l to overcome the effects of the disease iind fortify against further attack. Tlic twofold effect is ab- tolulcly necessary to tlic overcoming ot Malaria, liciidcs being a dependable remedy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general u=e. I'lcaSvint to lake and absolutely Ynrmlcss. Safe to give children. Git a holllcloJayal any drug store. Now two fizcs—SOc and f 1. The ?1 size contains 2'/i limes as much as Ihc SOc size and gives you K% more lor your money. 'Bulger, Timber (lamp Musician, Goes To Reward even if he did have just one and (wo brothers. I.loyd, Jr. and [Bonnie Gene. eve. ••Bulger" didn't have any wife, his violin WILS his only love. was by his side Sunday when ho! Kliiinre officiating, coui-.se "Bulger" always | made nt maintained thai It LEPANTO, Ark. — They burled little "Bulger" Sennits Monday— the 72-year-old fiddler who brought the tunes of "Greasy Strings" and all the ole' time , "grab yuh podncr" pieces to the , timber camps back in their hcy- 1 dcy. - ] ness cases have been disposed of: Among the guests were Mrs Alton -Bessie Smith, forfeit; Bill Ken- Hnll. Mrs. Donnn Bruce Mrs Mer- I I-uncial 1 services were held Mon- son. forfeit; Jim Medford. forfeit; rill Polk and Mrs Spence Wil- H day afternoon with the Rev. Mr. [ Alex Dallas, forfeit; Rosa Living- Mams. High score was won by Mrs Interment was stcn, forfeit: Win. Ferguson, for- B, W. Plgg, traveling -prize- and Sandy Ridge cemetery.' felt; Avcry Wilson, forfeit; Harry cut prlv.e by Mrs Bruce a reumnn si,, 11 - I , w " s t' 1 ." C Moss *"«'«"•<" Service was In I Slokcs. forfeit; John Bolnnrt. for- Robert Welsh and a guiiune Sliadivarhis tind Ihc charge of funeral nrrnngcincnts. fell- John " '_ .' word \vtus plainly printed In the! . died Of 'case 1 . Tne RIH'. c. ]£. Gray, pastor of liu 1 First Methodist church of Lrpanio. conducted the services, ami his friends tare him to Ills final restlns? plnce, on the bank of LUIIe River. He!d Burdelie Chile'. Dies Arthur Koontr., 11-months-old The Rev. Mr. Schmidt, of Mem- name ( phis, who is conducting special. the, services nt the Pilgrim" Lutheran! j church. i "Bulger" wore a size two shoe and had a piping voice, but he was a "bear cat" on the violin. And when Saturday night rolled aicmul and the timber-'jacks and son of Mr. ami'Tirs. „,„,„ , xuulll , river-men got together for a shin- of the Burdette community, died nig, II was 'Bulger" who furnish- nl 11 o'clock Sunday night after days illness of pneumonia, survived by his parents : ed the music. He was a 'rturn' ijood fiddler, the uld-tinicr.s vouch^ 10 He is Hicks, forfeit; Dock I llntlcy. forfeit; Bert Miller, fcr- j felt; C. E. Miller, forfeit. Ttiomns West hns xxn docket- pi f r «l on n cliariic o( driving while on Lnarge ot I'orgery! intoxicated. 1 Blanclii' -;.-,'.-:rt fulled to ap- Truinan Barton wns bound over l-enr to await action of the grand jury ."iui on [i charge of forgery and I'.tLr Ing in municipal courl- M^iuli morning, liond was set nl fSOO. A charge of driving while under llic influence of lln.uor wns docketed against Idalla Johnson, A.charge of assault was dockcl- HK the pence forfeited. n charge of dls- niul her bond Keiser News wlfe and Mrs. Ernest Wright were week end guests hi Tupelo, Miss. Miss Juno Sherrlck spent the past week visiting friends In Os- ccoln. Clarence Thompson, who has spent the past year on the Polter plnce, hns relumed to Hot Springs, where he hns accepted a position. Mrs. Ansll Montgomery, Dick Watson, and Mrs, Walter cd against Hugh Cunningham and Keltncr entertained three tables continued until Nov. 4. | of bridge en Thursday afternoon The following public drunken--at the home of Mrs Montgomery Rev. James T. Randall held services at the Methodist church both morning nnd evening. A special Sunday school Missionary program was held at the Mr« I M ctliodlst church, led' by Miss Sue "'Woods. A special program will be given every fourth Sunday. Read courier News Want Ads. The average tuberculosis death per 100,000 of population. a day are c'istomarv Don't buy that TYPEWRITER until you've seen the -Its a Liqht Smoke! Easy terms —$1.00 a week takes one home with youl The finest, fastest, and sturdlosf machine wo ever demonstroled-and If has "everything"- Come in and lot us prove it I ACTON PRINTING CO. Hlyihcvillo, Aili. A Voice Clear as a Bell The gift of speech...man's greatest physical distinction over other living things! A precious gift that should be guarded ... kept clear as a bell... free from irritationanri .,ugh! Everyday thousands more people realize that thcdtlicatemembranesofthethroatcallfor alight smoke! So take a hint from those who depend on their voices and join the swing to Luckies—a light smoke of the fragrant center leaves of the highest- priced tob;Kco...a light smoke with the priceless throat protection of LuckyStrike'sprivate"Toasting"process. Stop and think of your throat—your voice...and we think thatyou.roo.willswiiigtoLuckies-alightsmoke. NEWS FLASH! 45,000 Square Feet of Floor Space Added to Handle "$ A LIGHT SMOKE IS GENTLE WITH YOUR THROAT From 9 lo 5, ond after hours too, everyone wan'sa clcarlhroot—a clear voice. So take a hinl from those who de- pond on Ihcir voices ond join Ihe swing to a light smoke — lucky Strike. Entries in Your Luck,- cii. ,«p- stakcs" are pouring in from evei > . .-ale in the Union. So many in fact that we have rented 45,000 square feet of c«r» floor space—three entire floors—to handle the colossal number. No wonder we call the "Svi-ccpstakcs" the national cigarette game. Have yon entered yet? Have you won your delicious Lucky SirikesJThere'smusic on the air. Tune in "Your Hit Parade"— Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Listen, judge, and compare the tunes —then try Your Lucky Siriic "Swccpsiakcs." And if you're not already smoking Ltickics, buy a pack and try them. Maybe you've been missing something. You'll appreciate the advantages of Luckics — A Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO -"IT'S TOASTED"
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