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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 8, 1934
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•HTBEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MpNDAY'6 EVENTS Circle oi« of the Bayiisl .W.M.U. Will meet wilh Mrs. R. L. Reeder, . number two with Mrs. Raymond ; Zichery, ani Circle (hree at the ! church Monday aftejnoon. The council of the First Christian Church will meet at the ' church hall Monday afternoon at 2:30, In the first, meeting o[ the fall season. Celebrates Birthday Dick While, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White, had thc boys on his block In to cat hamburgers will, him Thursday celebrating his llth birthday. It, was an Informal affair with the four boys having lunch in thc back yard before they played sanies. * * « <il«s "Drop In" Mrs. J. W. Adams entertained 56 boys and girls with a "Drop In" Thursday evening at the Woman's club in compliment to u number ol Ihe students who arc going away lo school. Her son. Francis, Is included In this group. Among Ihe guests were Bill Mc- IC^nzie, formerly of here and now of St. Louis, Miss Martha Robinson, of Leachvillc,- and Charles Emerson Hall, who spends most of his time at Hcrnando, Miss. Others tlicre who will be away this winter' were Albert Taylor, Misses Sara Jo Little and Mildred Moore. ~ Cemetery Ass'n Haw BmeHt Party The Elm wood Cemetery association, In a meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore, made plans for a benefit bridge and rook parly to be given next Friday aflernoon at the suburban home of Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. .The 12 present agreed (o use the money derived from thc 25 cents to be charged, to care for Uie cemetery during the coming winter. The hostesses, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. B. R. Allen, served refreshments In thc social hour. • » * Entertain Cl«b Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertained members'of llic Young Matrons Bridge club and their husbands Tuesday evening with one of the dinner bridge parlies this group has during the winter season. In the card games which followed dinner. Mrs. Crawford Greene """" ' high, . . won handkerchiefs for Attend Memphis Miss Chris- Ever A theate, party Wednesday eve aotu %nj,QueeaoF Scots By iffltn WtkMifitr V My your nrck uas slim a: Vmir li:iir Ilic viislfn] hmwa 01 sunlight on an nnhimn Ir.if, i it was fall! i ijj t!o\\n iLiy I kit yoti wtir lul tmk.ilh; The one YOU tovfil loo \\r\\ 11^1 lonfi since (jonc Ins ucary \uy Tolfavciiorlnlkll. while. r rllJYlY say tlut uiiioirs Mifdicn smrt DcraiiM 1 n (|iircii niusl die*, They HICHAM j jHdly UOHINM shuttle! n, \n\\ r^c, run] ci v. I smile ulicii \\i-jc men tall yrjn, (How link- \\jsc Him know!) With nolliiiiR \tf( foi -which lo livr, One's alleys elm! lr> SECOND BAPTIST CIIUKC'II W .Main at IStli St. J. T. Itinfru. I'aslur Dlble school. 10:00 a.m. I'reachlng by the pastor, n am U. V. P. u., 6:30 p.m. ' ' Sermon, 7:30 p.m. All |»op!c welcome. 1-AKK STKEKT MKiHOIHST Corner of Lake and Johnson W. J. l*Roy, pastor Churcli school, 9:« a.m. iver- ton Morris, Supl. Preaching, 10:50 a.m. Subject: "The One Thousand or tlie Ten Thousand." 1-caunc program. 7 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 pin. Subject"I he Biggest Fact in Life." Rev. and Mrs. LcRoy will w to lllack Oak Monday to hold a revival, being sent by Hie presidlny FIRST UIIKISTIAN CHURCH K. K. l.-itlmrr. I'astur Church school, 9:45 :uu. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a.m. Subject, "Needed: A New Aristocracy." Vesper service, B pm. Culld meeting Monday nluhl at 7:30. with Miss Jessie Brlte. HKST MKTIIOmST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Pastor Church school, 0:45 u.m Morning worship, I0:5s' Subject, "Helping [he Lord." L-viigiifs, U:45 p.m EvcHlny worship. 7:30 pin (1' nole liic change In hour) Subject. "The Curse of Selfishness." WB welcome visitors to all OU ] bcr vices. FIIIST BAPTIST CIIUKCII school, 9:45 sun. J. A Pre-School, Music and Dancing Classes Will Open Next Week Wilh Ihe opening of Ihe city,a feeder for llic ohln gimip. u «...mj- smooi »•« schools Monday several studios. Miss Margaret Merrill, who will Holley, superintendent will reopen and a prc-school and! have her sludio across from the! There will be no nursery school Is lo be establish-1 Central schools, has Just returned: vice. Mrs. Joe Craig, who recently re- ller degree In piano from thc Chl- iigned as teacher in the grammar ™BO Conservatory of Music. For school, is lo have the "Happy Hour several years she lias spent each School" at 1)10 Soulh Lake St.!summer there. Boys and girls from 'i lo 8 years I Miss Minnie Lee Jones, piano of age will be accepted lor wo I teacher, will reopen her sludio at groups which will liuve morning!516 Chlckusawba. Because of her and afternoon sessions. Supervised Marge class here she will not have play, music 'and rhythm, nnd "Studio al Stcelc ,Mo.. this year, handwork, will, be featured. This Tlie Kiddy Bund is being rcor- 1s the lirst lime in several years Blythcvllle has had a klnrtergnr T. U., Practically all kinds of musical Instruments are to be tauglit here. In will have studios nt list church. Mr. McDowell, ..... ilhccts thc Biythcvllic baud, plans o have n Junior baud for children from ft to 14, which will be * + * Election of Officers. association of which tlicy lire inem- 'icrs. They will icliirn Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Buchanan lhc urc met Friday evening at (lie home o MI, Mrs. Sallie Hubler. M ™ !« Al n strong, president, preside.* offi. eers W ere elect-d for (he coming daughter relumed Thursday his mother, Mrs. J. W. Adams, will Atlanta. Oa.. coming home ] spend the lime al Lcpanto with by tlie way of Muscle Shoals anil I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr , and E'rmmsham. Ala. Mrs. Buchanan'at other points visiting relatives. '"""'"" ' Millon Grnhan, has enrolled at Joiiesborn Baptist college, Joncs- boro. Mrs. W. S. Langdun, Mrs. Fuii- Rta ' of Mostly Personal John Brawley rclurnetl yesterday to his home in Omaha after spending the summer with hi s a , m t and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Baggett. ' HarohI »n. will spcntl ganlzeil by Miss Leouc Callicolt in addition to her work as piano teacher. She will give special pre- scool music work ns a purt of the Kiddy Baml course. Miss Margaret Moffltt, who also _., „. .„ ii.iii, ivjic^) j.jL Wllhelm, director. Teachers' mcellng, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer service, 8:00 p.m. MUST PRKSBYTEK1AN CHURCH S. [I. Salmon. Va-itor 0:46 a.m., Sunday church school S. E. Vail. Supl. 11:00 U.1I1., morning worship Sermon topic. "Abundant Life." 6:30 p.m., Young people of thc church vcs|»r meeting. '-'30 p.m.. Evening worship. Sermon topic. "Burden-Sharing and Burden-Bearing." Will Open Revival Tomorrow SATURDAY, SKl'TBJIUER NEXT WEEK at Blytheoilles Theatres THE KIT/ Tlie Rev. Roy Hance, of Bethany, Okla., will tegi" a two weeks evangelistic meeting nt the Church of (lie Nazarcne Sunday morn- Ins, 11 o'clock. The Rev. Eupha D. Beaslcy is pastor ol Ilie church. Today's Markets New York Cotton NKW YORK, Sept. 8. (UP) — Cotlon closed burcly steady. open high low close 1320 1322 1314 1315 1334 1335 132V 13'27 1339 1341 1331 1331 1318 13-10 I33S 1330 1352 1353 1343 13« 135D I3S!! 1348 13-18 closed slcady nl 13-10, up 5. Chicago Corn Od Ucc. Jail. Mar May July ._ Spots open Sept 19 Dec HO 1-1 likh low clofe TO 5-t! Ill 3-1 18 3-4 80 7-b 79 3-1 79 3-1 Chicago Wheat A Kfv Blarrinij roiniiiitic leiun (jive ;i line performance. ai:d alter r: pi-esentol (o Him audience* in viewing tho picture ii is easy ii I'uriiniounfs -New and Forever." rcc why thhc learn was so succcss- runiiij; Sunday and Monday to the fill in -state Pair." Hitu Theatre. It Is Gary Cooper The principal!, receive splcndH Jii'l Carole Lomtard. In adiUtlon. support from a cast headed by livc-ytar-old Shirley Temple, who Ned Sp:nks, Waller Connolly wn-> seen in "Little Miss Marker," Louise Drcss-er, O P llimtley Jr p!ays_u Mnrring role. .-Aitrl.I Allwyn, and Siegfried ' Ru- 1'li'inly a t»rn adventurer, fiary jmuin. Ci»j:er is seen as a carefree cluip. • wlio lii'cs by las svila, uni! hood-; "Charlie Chan In I ondon" will jvinks every man ue mcHs. Madly'.Gaynur as the rich girl who is con- in love with Carole Lombard he. This is the seventh story b'ised oven pin-mils his cheating meth-' on thr famous Earl DUIT Bl»eer cil-i lo climt. her away from him. , charade-. Charlie Chan. Warner Mis little daughter. Pcnnle, piny- Oland, creator of (he screen ch-ir 1 by Shirley Temple, has been aclw. and its poi-lravcr in the Drought up by :, B u;ir<lian. Despcr- previous six. again has the Ic'i I ate for money, he even consents to - Wilh the death of B'ucers tin- accept nish for his right (o his pnblislicd material having bccii "x o«n .lanj-hter. That is. until h,-; hiiHsictl. lliis original .screen pVn' "SJ£\ • , !l* by Ph,li,> MacDonald. known „ then he canics hw away. To-.domestic exhibitors us the audio" IUUlier with Cnrole Lombard ilitviof "Tiie Lost Patrol" M "" OT lead :i happy, carefree lile, until j Ths story, iocaled in London and Cooper is again tempted to stniy : presently timed, rum (|, c ske ,1 >1 rom the siraighl antl narrow. ,M drama, romance, corned and .vs his pomX the child's love and .cry llirill and sjives Chan o, v -i nith in him is vindicated, when. • short time in which to so ve i by :> noble deed of sclf-Siirrilice.'fci.flling murder case. Tlie'cIhnax .10 removes himself from her lu'c colorful artd actionpacked "tro nnd makes happiness possiblu lor.Uuces a fox hunt in which Clurn nor :l:&in the human fox. , ,1 , . i ; ""' cllan character ai dciiicl-d A bliislcrnm pjrul!- will, bUKHlihy Oland having dcmonslraiid ils n Ins eye and fMeiulsliip i,, his. popularity, (he showmanship "l luart. and a ynmig boy in Hit this picture is a recapitulation o b of Ho greatest- adventure of all thr.t (vas ap ()l ied o he o Her us lire-lhese are the characters .-is. plus the unique value that this b,ought vividly lo the MTCCI, by:.story is not an Enrl Dcrr BiL-ge s' V.allacr Ucery and Jnckic Cooler!cie:iiion. u 'tecis in "TreaMiie Ishnui." Robert Louis | . Sleyenson-s fumou:; pirate story. I "WillMHii Uunors.- ll : ,rry CNicv\ wlneh (ipeiB Tuesday at the Illiz Sliitest fralure proclnetion win iv r °' IV ° "^ l tl!otf " "«t Frid,v and salurd-n. Tlic lica:l apical of this yreat v -'" m ">e Roxy reopens, screen team and their adventures '' !lc s'.ory. a melodramatic, action (Ofiellicr on board the good ship slor - v of tlie modern West is Uy ' ' \ Sept Dec o|H'ii high low 101)3-8 107 1-8 10U 107 1-a 103 1-4 107 |ilisp.ui!uhi. anil liter en the is-' Ll ' e ctasc jl.nd in .search o! treasure wheic 1071-1 has classes at Luxora, Gsccola and Wilson, Is reopening her dancing' ntw uitLtftNb, bept. H.-Tiie n nclcc< rtevr'niv,,m,i studio al Iho Hotel Noble. Miss NeW Liberty NCWS c '°i' re "° rli "6 »™ a ">«">' 1>™I strong' cash s'i.uaUon conli, !i,,.. " up lo Us rcpulalion for furnish-- coininalc. Moffitt is nssisled by Miss Miriam Corn was nun early, reacted with New Orleans Cotton NBW ORLEANS. Sept. '•!. ' Ul'i: wheat and on scattered commission — Cotton futures closed firm and] house selling. .Bookings frcm lhc incilerulely active with prices 3 to ! cruntry totalled liS.OOO bushels lihd •I ]X)inls under the previous close.| (here were no cash tales. i..u ' government rcporl Monday is rs- Ocl. Ucc. Jan. Mar May July 0|H?n 1322 hinh low ctos? 1315 1315 1332 1335 1325 1340 1340 1331 1343 4 1344 13361343 134D 1342 1355 1355 1349 1311. -1336) 1342 ...... closed steady ut 1830, ufl 2. i curly -- buyins peeled to show a reduction In yield. The recenl private reports placed the yield of e?vn m I..i-li;,co3.r,00. L or lGl,000,OOr> below th-j August government figures. Oats: There was reniovt; hiMiges ;m:l "afso by locals, but pvolit-lak- Sage, author, (lie aiitobla'- in whicli lie discussed his Beery as Lous; John silver sivc.-i i"na/!ng career us a cow puncher ills young friend. Jim Huwkins, !lpl " 3i; thief, and caltlc nailer from lhc pirates, will stir llic cmo- ' popular favorites are in- tions of million.- who have read cl "<lcd in lhc large cast suppartin • the book, and hrins new thrills to. 11 ' 0 tl; 'i'- Mao Mua-li, who ro'-c l.'j those not umnfei- with ;lie story, : >>lardom shortly afiei- h«- .screen Added 10 this great en-Marring 'aebiil as a Mack Scnnett balhit]-> learn is one of the most, notable beauty, plays (In- lca(!iiig j 0 |n '„,,' nippoilins casts ol the year with l^sitc Carey. Mary .hum Nr,,,,,~" every player cmurlbuling a strong {"'owing —- ' • performance. Lionel "iJavryiuure Kll 'c^ s i-nacts lillly ikmcs: Otlu Krugrr is iu: clli(.'r Dr. Limey; Lewis alone plays 'iau?hlcr _. ,. ^™.v,,nin Cap;ain Kmolli'U; caplain <rf llic smuggler. Ami Mary Jane by 't]i out of the child rolc-o in >lie first established. lias '"'ixiitiiii', part as the. of GlUson Uowland. . Bruce puffs ana : , nlmig 'nicely -as ' ' blusters in old English fashion for!"-'" 1 grown-up actress. (ho part nf Squire Trelawncy; I Clnrlcs "Chic" Sale adds enter- ! '^'clicolugists working in ,\( PV IninitiB eomecly touches ' '"" '" '" ' ° Gimn. miiroonccl pirate. and (laughter wcic In Atlanta a month while Mrs. Buchanan un- deiB-enl licjilmenl from her uncle, Dr. diaries F. Barren, anrt Mr., .,..,. „. 0 . ^..guun, Mr5 . r , m Buchanan motored over for ihem.nie Alexander and Mickey Mcln fcvcral days ago. :losh attended the Memphis fair Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Woott J'cstcrday. and clilklieii. cimrles, Marjori.-' and Padlcia, and Miss ElK;iL-:tii Edwards, spent Tlnnsrtay h, Memphis attending the fair The Rev. w. J. LcRoy nnd the Rev. J T. Howl s|icnt yesterday. In Ukc Cily where Iht-y alU-nde-1: „, of the urw bridge. j"!^,* 1 Mr. antl Mis..p. u. j..,..,,, , ulll rtuiigiitpr. Helena, returncil 'Curs- day from Dlck i ^.^^^n Liivmiij u in-. [HJUll S |(J compared (o Friday, and its im -il^i""-i-,V^'!l lillltlJ ftf n<- *'as fell only in Chicago market, which declined i point. 1 ; on rather! ••—j u u LI i i-MVftduu, j L'nii U'licrc i "" ----- Ihey were called lo the bedsit!,; ofl"" " vcr! '" c of 20 Mrs. Jarratfs father, J. T. Wrenn '"'",", l -who pawed away Sunday frem a'l,, mcreastcl yield came from ' stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Sam Lloyil enlerlaiiicd h-i Sunday School clas-s Thursday night in i,ono rof Leon McGnr- rlty, who has recently returned from Hi? Uoonevllle sanitarium Mr. ami Mrs. Vester Pierce entertained a number of friends on rucMlay evening in honor of Ihe Misses Jennie Wren Uillulimily and Virginia Martin will leave Monday for University of Arkansas. Fayctleville. where they will enter school. They hnvc been awarded scholarsliips by Judge Zal B. Harikon along with Mitchell Johns, also ol this cily. Margaret Tankcisiey and Melvin Kifer Married Rev. ,»: u. Pi^c,'and'ir; iMo,V • whose birthday it WAS. HOLLAND, Mo.-.The marriage Misses Ruby cinnier. Lma Cook Tankcrsley, onlyJAlmn and Ailclie Urittlsin am! Paiii -...vj. ^...^. Mr - :l " rt Mrs - °- J - Tankerslcy. of Oosncll. Ark., and Melvin Kilor, son of Mr. and Mrs. J- A. Kifcr. prominent farmers ol I'u.s lommunlty, came ns n surpiisc lo friends of bolli. Tiie cetcmony was performed by Ihe ftcv. Mr. Rhodes, of Blylhe- inlc. Ihe bride wore a fitted swag- entered school at Luxora Monday. Mrs. Ilunlci Crook nfler scvn-al tlays Ill ,, "!. c ...?l!! > _ tl; " 1 . '"-'I 1 !>l:ll S i - . witl) Carolina sliowing an increase ot ' Cavil I H;KS school here I'\H Ivadio Lint> 50.000 bales: South Carolina 83000; C-eorBi.1 52.000; Alabama 5f/- 000. .image to prospects from Ihe drouth in the wi-slcrn lu-ll. was; shown by a decline of 85.000 bales i in Oklahoma HUM a chop of 45000 in Arkansas. Thc Texas yield was practically unchanged. Today's cMlmalc :eave.s (he mar- kef u, drbatablc ground. U m; ,v lead to an Increase In uencral crop ideas lo about 9.500.W and lessen some of the recent demand for spol-s for prompt shipment. T creasing .•.eriniiMiiv.s of (hr ; situation is also a fuel bullish operations m, n,i s 'iii nr bul no materln! decline is'expert-' A. T. and T Alsacollda CojijirL . Beth. Steel Chrysler Cities Service Cuca Cola Gen. Electric Gen. Motors Int. Harvester Montgomery Ward N. Y. Central .... Packa rd I'hillipi Pel Radio Simmons Beds .... Standard of N. J. Texas Co U. .S. Steel U. 3. Smelling ... m 11 1-tt 1!B I- 1 aa 1-4 1 7-11 as Ben' ico 1)nVB rtneovcrct! Ihal (| lc [Cient Aztecs built and new cii;i ers made of storks' fe.Kners Janet Oaynor and Lew Ayrcs! f' 1BhUi wci ' e niade from mountain •>t I erstwhile screen sweethearts of' - r ' ''own into valleys. lo I "Stale Fair." have liccn .-n,,,M,.,|lr — 1 I by (itipiilar demand in thc Fox j Filai. "Scrvani.s 1 Entrance," play-' . Thursday ami Friday nt Ire ' Ritz. Mi;s Ciayiuir "jilays a hcli' society yirl in f-Mrth of n-jw ux- j ricncc^. and Mr. Ayres liorliays' yuiiiii! inventor who lia.s turned, to rliaurfeiiriiisf in order ID sup- i pnrl lilmscll while ho perfects Iih I ii- p .v lyiw motorboal. - Tiie thcmi- of "Servant, 1 ;' i-: t \-1 tiance" deals witii lhc rumanc-- j v.hicil (ievdops briweui Ayrcs, ;is ! till 1 family cliauflcur, and Miss nor 23 7-8 21 :<-\S :i 5-8 15 1-8 f) l-'J 9 1-3 ly The Cavitt Hariio coiiipnny h ; ,, liccn formed here wilh Clifford .. , --...%/«* *iai.iL.iii. wu; spenn the weekend in Nashville. Tenn., ^here they will bs guests of Mrs Rwenthal's sister and family for the Rwh Hashana holiday FnO. Burgeson Is in Chicago attending to the fair for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Whltworlh .?£ ^ D1 ;' ed to make thelr hom * 2'J' 'hsl' 1 daughter, Mrs. p B wpod, and family, on the NortTi Wrh»-«y.' M)rs.,Whitwortli, who has w«n ill, is now btttsr. Mrs. W. M, Burns, who has been spending the pasl t«n .days with her dtuchttr, Mrs. David Barton. «nd Mr. B«rton, at Wilson, re turned yesterday, she was ac- co^pjnled^ home by Mrs. Barton and Mr. Barton will come up lo Dtorrow. .Jack smith un«er*eht a tons'll- *rtomy at the Memphis Melhodisl hceptUI yesterday. His parents, «r. »nd Hn. Leon Smith, ~ .viiss .\jaoei McKav spent IHSI ' j "iii'imco scnool Here ."...n.i .n-u- witn untlord night In Memphis with her moth-' ., al u 'J' lhcv 'lle- -Mr. Klfcr wasi CilvlU - I )r «idcnt aiul maiiapcr. Mr. er Mrs. Harve McKa ' 8 """ 1 fl[>1 " Holland liih Cavllt wns for « number of ears cd as n break in PI-RTS wonlil mean (hat mtv.q. O f the new ,. voiild go ink) liic lie loan. We are Inclined (o look for smother trading markr^ ni somewhat i lower levels umii (i, c ,- c are new developments. ' tr Mrs. Harvey McKay, who has'?!?' ,, . been seriously ill at a hospital, but ^ ol ' ! ld . llils , si "« »'ho is now teller. j tcti nl111 llls father. Sammy LOU Uamron lias gone Leon Smith Jr., went down Wit nta and Mirlwn ajid Leon rtHted the "fair.; 1 ...;..-. ... • Mr. ud I4rs.. £, p t g^j^ ^n io^phMlestoh, Mo., toBJorrow for u>e annual convention of the BouU>ta*t Missouri Photographers the Baptist hospital. She wis accompanied by the Ucv. Eupha D. Beaslcy. / Mrs. John'Clark Is visiting relatives in Jonesboro. Mre. S. b. Gladiih, of Oiccola, was In the cily yesterday. Francis Adams will leave Sun- Everett McDowell Inslrnclor of VIOLIN AND ALL I3ANU INSTUUMENTS Studios—301 Lake St. First. Baptist Church Phone 926-J. Hospital Notes Admitted to ill; mylhcville hosI'Hal: MISS Mary Oarictt. city; Mrs. W. L. Kay. Hulfman: F.lbert Martin Moody, city; MKs Pauline Thompson. Slcclc. Mo Rend Courier News Want Ad* iiimiorr of vc.irs j CRiinectcil with Honuu's bruc uslorc and was (or a short lime (connected ivltli the Terry Service jslallon at the Missouri line, i The new company, which has th- exclusive agency lor Atwalcr-Kcnt and Zenith radios, will leaturc baltcry radios for farm homes. H will also cany a complete line of batteries and other supplies. The rum is located in thc Glcn- coc building on South Second Et, Beginners and Advaixrd Pupils kim>ll _\o\v I'or Convenient Hours MINNIE LEE JONES Kiglil •lo-Mimilc Li-sstms fl.nn a Month Plloll « 1°2C DIG Chickuaawba Marjoric Duckett Tcuclioi-. All Types of Uallrwin Ciac- Friday Ntg Studio a(, Iiol<j| Noble I'or HE/1 HEAL Protection Phon; 1!H CI.AKK-WII.SON' AGKNCY as the rich girl wlio'Ts ro',7 .., v , p^. 0 ?!! 5 ™ 1 Jnsu ™." 1cc ally in hoi water : is ,-.„ ,,,.v-i.' Ve Pl »_ All t.osscs With a Smile" - Baker Wilson - tirmally in liot water as r.n in -x- periencccl kitchen im-id. The two ! (bassos In PlUvSCITOOL AND Open Moiulay, Sent. 'JO 310 Lake St. A(:iy I lOnrull Ytiiir Cliil-l'.' -Mitt. J()!.<; CRAIG Phone 7-1 f < l l • CaJlicoLJ- iropni hei piano i" al 9CKH Clnckasiiw- jb;i Monday, Snjjl. 10. rn-sclioot classes in Music Head Courier r;c«- s v.-.-.nt At Margaret Merrill announces lhc opcniny of lu>r Piano Studio Monday, 81;pi, 10 Classes for ftcf/inncrx and Advanced Students Chickasiiwba Or 151 ONLY KAII.KOAII UISCUS COMINt! THIS YI-'AK BLYTHEVILLE K 17 AT KHXTI.'CKV AMI l.,\CI.|;i)K

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