The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 136, Ed. 1 Monday, June 8, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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Miss Nannie Claire Pearson has
returned to her home
after a visit here with — __
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Pearson.
TffiS DAH.Y NEWS-TELEGRAy
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.....r_.__ E- T. Sellers Jr. Is here from
in Paris, Pallas Visiting his parents,
3. 3, Shoffit and family of
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Wortham and H. H. Shoffit of
-. ............. Orange were here for a week-end
,!!f °Sb"rn anf of H&rrv Long of Commerce spent visit with relatives.
Mrs. E. T. Sellers was reported
improved Monday after several
| are visiting relatives here. Sunday visiting in the home of his
I --— brother, John G. Long.
lies Jones of Mt. Pleasant
here during the week-end.
and Mrs. 1. T. Harper lefh
for a visit in Galveston.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smith ahd
son, Gary, visited relatives in Ter-
rell during the week-end.
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America’s favorite cowboy star
in a swiftly moving story of the
modern West. Gene Autry in
“Cowboy Serenade" at the Broad-
way Monday and Tuesday.
nd Mrs. Floyd Banks were
Nboro for a visit Sunday.
M»oy Serenade" at the
lay Monday and Tuesday.
Misses Laura Gumming and
Minnie Lou Connor visited Mr*.
K. W. Gumming and family in
Mrs. Earl McClure returned to
her home in Bonham Sunday after
a visit in the home of her daugh-
ter,. Mrs, David Alexander.
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J. D. Leslie remains quite
her home on Oak Ave.
Raymond Garrison and family
of Houston came here during the
week-end for a visit with relatives
Mr. and Mra. Gerald Boss have
gone to Lubbock for a visit with
relatives before he reports for in-
duction in the Army.
. Nance of Mt. Vernon is
his son, Horace Choate,
“Courtship of Andy Hardy" at
the Carnation Sunday, Monday
Jo Tenison of Dallas is
r a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Daniels and family.
Elbert Randolph and family
pnd C. P. Randolph of Dallas
spent the week-end here visiting
Canova at the
Mrs. L. C. Vaughan of Dallas
is spending this week here visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W E.
Misses Carrie Lee Penney and
Neoma Koger Williams left Mon-
day for a few days viait in 4 Dal-
L. B. (Pete) Perkins left Mon-
day morning for Orange efter a
visit Sunday with Mrs. Perkins.
He is a painter in a shipyard
Mr. and Mrs- William Chapman
of Lubbock are visiting his fath-
er, Francis Chapman, and her
mother, Mrs. Mattie Minter, of
Mr. and Mra. J. P. Henley of
Ponca City, Okla., came here dur-
ing the week-end and were accom-
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Henley to Missiasippi for a visit.
Miss Kathleen Hurley and Topy
Champagne were in Shreveport
Sunday as attendants at the mar-
riage of Mias Janice Braden .and
Lieut. A. M. Knouse.
Hayes, who is employed
[Orange shipyard, is spend-
) week with relatives here.
Mrs. W. P. Barker is in Sher-
man to spend the week visiting in
the home of her sister, Mrs. E. R.
t and Mrs. Johnny Green and
Mrs. Eddie Watson spent
I p visiting in Tyler.
1 By A
e on ttfi
npy Time Gal’’ at the Mis-
P 'tonday and Tuesday.
T. C. Chapman of < om-
i spent Sunday visiting her
Mrs. W\ R. Patrick.
Mrs. R. A. Pearce Jr. and
daughter, Sarah, of San Augus-
tine are viaiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pearce.
Confidentially, folks, I think
this 1942 Hardy picture is the
best of ’ora all! So says Mickey
Rooney of "The Courtship of
Andy Hardy”, at the Carnation
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday,
Mrs. W, W. Long and Mrs.
Wilbur Fusbn have returned from
Glenrose, where they visited rela-
tives, Charley Bridges and fam-
Jack Lawrence is a patient at
the Longino hospital-
Phil Faulk returned home dur
ing the weekend from San An-
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Furney vis-
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■and lt. sparks wed
ited in Dallas Sunday and
Mrs. Noble Connor of
view was the guest of relative*
here over the weekend.
J. M. Pickett has gone to Lub-
bock to spend this week on a busi-
Mr. and Mrs. Esker Chance of
Dallas were here Sunday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. P, On-.
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Music! Romance! Hilarious
gags!. It’s the year’s biggest all-
out entertainment hit! Sec Judy
Canova in "Sleepy Time Gal", at
the Mission Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Bob Vivian and children
are visiting in Bonham this week,
while her husband ia in Longview
as relief manager of Duke &
Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. E, R.
Rudy of Paris, was treated at the
Longino hospital Sunday for a
gash on his leg, , received while
viaiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mr*. Dick Williamson. Four stitch-
es were required.
jj-rt Sherwin Alexander has
- fd home from a visit with
(Green in Mt. Pleasant.
Lillian Worthem of New
Texas, is visiting her
IMrs. R. C. Wilson.
la Lou Carol, infant daugh
r. and Mis. Jim Carol, on
lAve., i* reported very ill.
Gen* in a coolrful role fighting
for law and justice, in “Cowboy
Serenade”, at the Broadway Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester McDaniel
of Houston spent the week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McDaniel.
Mis* Anita Stephens and Miss
Bessie Autrey of Freeport are
guests of their cousin, Miss Edna
J U. Lasater has returned
home from a week’s visit in
Clarksville in the home of his
daughter, Mr*. Randolph Oshurn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Calvert of
Dallas and Mrs. Carroll Gilli* of
Cumby were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Junell.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Black of
Dallas, Mum Rebecca Murray of
Paris, Misses Vera Ruth and
Mary Murray and Paul Murray,
Sarah and Nancy English of Dal-
las were here Sunday visiting
Judge and Mrs. 3. J. Murray.
Miss Florrio Tarleton Bucking-
ham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Buckingham, » became the
affords. Every child justly de-
serves a knowledge of the Bible
Miss Dixie Dawson was carried
to Dallas Sunday in a Day &
Day umbualnce to enter Baylor
Hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. (Zack) Tay-
lor have returned home from Aus-
tin, where they attended the
Chamber of Commerce Conven-
Abe Tittle and family of Mar-
shall and Will Clapp and family
of Antlers, Okla., were here to at-
tend the Pleasant Grove home-
jj Tht’o Jarvis of El f*a«o ar
Monday to vinit h«o sister,
»l IUU/j|ufe Harrison.
iona fty _____
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W. E. Bagby and David Alex
under were in Paris Saturday on
a business visit.
at Day A Day
), Phone 76
[Tucker Jr., Red Clifton, 11
■ton and Chick James left,
Mickey Rooney and the entire
Hard> Family at the Carnation
funday, Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr*. A. T Burton of
Sulphur Springs Route 4 an
nourice the arrival of a son on
Sunday, June 7. 1942.
night for California.
Mrs. Carl Stirling accompanied
Autry and Smiley Bur
[ the Broadway Monday and
annual home-coming of the
[it Grove community was
Mrs. Dial Collins of
Twere visitors in Hughes
relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin, of Daingerfield to
to spend the day Monday,
Gorgeous irals and gay guys in
tl"- Teen's greatest fun festival
of the year See Judy Canova in
“Sleepy Time Gal", at the Mission
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Ruby Blalock, who under-
went a major operation at Cored
Clinic, has been carried to the
home of her parents, at Point to
remain while recuperating.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Ward and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hathaway
and families spent Sunday in
Pari*. Mr. Hathaway visited Jim
Hill while there, who was operat-
ed on Wednesday.
FOR SALE at a Bargain 1 Com-
mercial Hotel, Barber Shop and
Cafe. All goes together; trade
for house, if it is clear of debt.
Selling because my boys are all
in the war. Too old to run it my-
self. See J. C. Winder. d7-6tp
Insurance: Fire, Windstorm.
! Automobile, and all kinds of
Bonds W. G. (Bill) Smith, d-lf
Gene's back! . . . Greater than
ever with his favorite gang . . .
his sidekick, Smiley . , and hi*
new gal friend, Fay, iu "Cowboy
Serenade" al the Broadway Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr* Edwin Hurt and
Mr. and Mr*. Gene Hurt have
moved to Dallas, where Edwin and
Gene have been employed on tho
Lieut, and Mrs. Avery Wayne
Smith announce the arrival of a
son Saturday night at St. Mary's
Hospital, Jefferson City, Mo. He
is a grandson of District Attor-
ney and Mrs. Ramey A Smith
and Mi. and Mrs. Luke Cannon.
FOR SALE-—Three-week-old Ia-g-
Horn cockerel*, for quick broilers
and fryers. Ready now. Dortch
Leghorn Farm, Highway 154,
FOR SALE - 1989 Master Do
Luxe Chevrolet Coach Bargain *T* f”*" 8frftal
price. Tom I null* Taua 1C.......... the «t«^.lt ( nutl'll during
John S. Sparks of Panhandle, in
a beautiful Ceremony Sunday aft-
ernoon at 3:00 o’clock at the home
of the bride’s parents. Rev. G.
Henry Mood performed the tradi-
tional ring ceremony in the pres-
ence of relatives and a few
The couple took their vows in
front of the mantel which was
banked with ferns and magnolia
blossoms. Tall baskets of daisies
and white gladioli completed the
bridal setting. Magnolias were
used in floral arrangements on
the piano and at other vantage
pointa in the room.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, Mark Buckingham.
Lt. Sparks was attended by his
cousin, Noland Sparks, of Pan-
handle. The Wedding March and
"My Diane" were played* during
the ceremony by Mrs. W. T.
Miss Buckingham wore an aft-
ernoon frock of white waffle pi-
que appltqued on the sleeves and
around the hem with scrolls of
white net. Her accessories were
in white, and she wore a purple
throated white orchid.
Guests were registered in the
white satin wedding book.
A reception was held immedi-
ately following the ceremony. Tfii
table wbk laid with a handsome
pineapple linen cover, centered
with a mound of pink rosebuds
placed on a mirrored reflector.
The wedding ring cake decorated
with tiny pink Icing rosebuds was
presided over by Mr*. Ralph Met-
calf of Panhandle, cousin of the
groom, and Mrs. John T. McAfee
of Fort Worth presided at, the
The bride is a graduate of TOU,
where *he was elected a beauty
four consecutive years. She was
Band Sweetheart and sent, as
Sweetheart to the Texan Round-
Up. She served as Secretary of
The Daily Vacation Church
School at the First Methodist
Church opened at 9 o'clock this
morning with a splendid attend-
ance. This school will continue
for the next two weeks. Children
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The regular monthly meeting of
the official board of the Firat
Christian Church will be Tuesday |
evening at 8:00 o’clock- This will
be the last meeting of the summer
and a full attendance of the mem-
T ^ GARLAND TBOBOjgg
HOME FROM ARMY
and it* daily application.
Mm. Lola Wright of Greenville,
Miss Dorothy .^Morgan of Dallaa
and Roy Bohannon of Sheppard
Field visited in the home of Mr.
Garland Troboy, son of 0. Tro-
boy of Dike, ia here for a visit
from Sheppard Field, Wichita
Falls, where he has completed *
ter training aa a flying cadet.
riBHi nsiieu in me no me 01 Mr. ....... .....7^*-
and Mrs. Wince Bohannon over training as aviation mechanic,
the weekend. Nell Ann Bohannon After furlough he wi|l
accompanied Dbrothy Morgan to
her home in Dallas to visit this
Mrs. L. Faulk and Mrs. Mack
D. Price of Donna are expected
home today from several days vir-
N in Monroe, La.
■AT DUNCAN FIELD
Miss Moselle Faulk is at home
for the summer from Carriso
Springs, where she taught school
and a visit in San Antonio.
Private Amos It. Chaddkk wax
inducted into the Army of the
United States at Tyler, Texas, on
May 8, 1942, and is now stationed
at Duncan Field, Texas.
Boh Carpenter went to
home at Sulphur Bluff the first
of the week from Longino hos-
pital, where he was a patient.
Mr. and Mr*. Paul Young arriv-
ed here during the week-end from
MMxippi for a visit with rel-
L. R. Watkins and Robert
Branch left Monday for Black
Lake, La., on a fishing trip.
Mrs. J. N. Forutby was report-
ed very ill with pneumonia Mon-
day at her home at Union.
J. D. Davidson of Sulphur Bluff
underwent an operation Monday
at the Longino hospital
Bruce Logsdon left Sunday for
Garland, where he will be employ-
ed on the defense project.
Mr. and Mra. White have re-
turned to their rente in Dallaa
after spending the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. John D. Wood,
on Loagua street.
Mr*. 0. W. Myrick and Mlm
Nancy Myrick of Sherman are
Miss Glynn Hatchcll is now con-
nected with Die A Hen Beauty
visiting here in the home of'rel-
atives, Mr. and Mr*. Neal Hender-
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Qitipn will
leave Tuesday morning for Loe
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Uevenporl
»fld children of .laeksonvilli; visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. (J. L. Moulder
price. Tom Inglu, Tapp Funeral
FOR SALE Used Gas Range.
258 Texas Street. d7-3tp
Mr and Mrs. J W Chapman
and daughters, Nelda ami Jane,
have returned to their home in
Lubbock, after a visit with rel-
First hig Hardy hit of 1942!
Two girls claim Mickey , . . and
he’s just an innocent bystander! i Cram villa, Teaas
A new sweetheart . . new laughs
- - - all new Hardy happiness!
See "The Courtship of Andy
Hardy" at the Carnation Sunday,
Monday ami Tuesday.
new Kimballs made after
Have small Spinet, slightly
For price write boa 4IS,
FOR SALE—Used electric refrig-
erator. Perfect operating condi-
tion. D. Lester Smith Hardware,
northwest corner square.
Blond McLemy and faimi>
Wr write all binds of Insurance.
W G. (Bill) Smith. Phone
Mi. and Mi K 0
Winnsboro fm several day.- spent Sunday in Dallas wsiting
Mr. and Mrs. Guy ilolhert and!
son of Houston are here for a visit!
this week with her parents, Mr
(and Mrs. J. A. Moody, ami other I attention
Anglin | relatives in the county.
Mr ami Mrs. Adrien Green of 1
Mt. Pleasant, Misses Grace and '■
Mildred Alexander were in Dal-
las Monday with Harris Green,
who was carried there for medical I
FOR SALE—Rebuilt washing ma-
chine, gasoline motored. Maytag
Wyatt Co., at D. Lester Smith,
Hardware. Northwest corner
[tie home of then daughter.
! Lari Webb.
Mr*. Jewell Fedriek has just re-
turned from San Antonio, where
< •'* Ganollton is .....-......-....... she has been vi,iti„g her hus
her couMn, Penelope Ann i Mr and Mrs. Earl Payne ami j hand, Pvt. Joe Fedriek of Ft. Sam
| ‘ ho lier., after vi-.tmg their par- Houston for the past two week*.
; "Hi here ha\e returned to their — ...................
; in I. re, in tile
Mr. and Mr I.
Mo I- Dolly Fay. Virginia and
Velda Vaudergiiff and Be be
I acker spent Sunday visiting
Mr and Mr*. Paul A Jones,
Mr and Mi- John) Squyre* of
Vandrrgriff,: Longview ranic here during the
week end I., visit relatives. Mr*.
Squyre* remained for a visit with
her mother, Mr*. E (". f'hamber-
By J. R. Williams
Mi and Mr*. Kris Gilpin re-
turned to Dallas after a week-end
visit here Mrs. N. J. Gilpin and
Max Gilpin accompanied them and
remained for a visit this week at
their farm at Brinker.
I OR SALE — Four rooms and
bath. All modern convenience*.
Place for cow and chickens. Ga-
rage. Chicken house. Barn. Hous-
ton Baker, 223 Moore Ave.
dH-8t-w 12-1 tp
Dr. ami Mi*. M. 0. Sheppard
and daughter. Miss Loren,, Shep-
pard, of Denton came here during
the week-end for several days
visit with Sulphur Springs and
Pick ton realtives.
FOR RENT—Four-room furnish-
ed or unfurnished apartment. All
* onvenienre*. Electric refriger-
ator. Phone »». Mis* Myrtie
There's a new gfrl in Andy's
life' He’s doing all tight, too . .
until Ann Rutherford returns to
town to claim him! Hardy howl*
and heart-throbs for all! in “The
Courtship of Andy Hardy" at the
: Carnation Kiindny. Monday and
HiK RENT—Three-room furnish-
ed apartment. Modern conven-
iences, Bills paid. 4.71 S. Davis.
Phone 639. • d8-3tp
FOB RENT — Furnished apart-
ment, vacant Saturday, June 6th.
Mr*. W C. Rogers, 328 College
Street. Phone 5fl. d5-3tc
Mrs. (1 R, denser ha* gone to
Denison to spend the summer with
Mi, Jeiaee, employed there by the ■
•State Highway. Mr and Mrs. 1
Johnny Ramey are residing at the
WANTED—To buy rags, old can-
ing*, ami scrap iron. Friedman
Iron & Metal Co„ Cotton Belt
Tracks. wd tfe
senior year; was a member of the
Bryson Club; Alpha Chi, nation-
al honorary society; Sigma Tau
Delta, honorary English frater-
nity; Dramatic Club; and was
president of the Ampersand,
senior woman’* club at the col-
lege, She was also listed on the
honor roll for her four consecu-
tive years in collegia
The groom i* also a graduate of
T.C.U., where he wax a member
of the Bryson Club, T Association,
and Chamber of Commerce. lie
was. selected as an All-Confer-
ence Fullback in 1938. After com-
pleting hia flight training at Los
Angeles and Baker’s Field, he
was commissioned a* a Second
Lieutenant in the Army Air
Corps, and Is now stationed at Al-
buquerque, New Mexico, as a
The couple will make their
home In Albuquerque after a'
short wedding trip to Ft. Worth,!
Dublin, former home of the j
bride, and to a ranch in Albu-
Out-of-town guests'who attend-
ed the marriage ceremony), includ-
i ed Mr. and Mr*. John 8. Sparks,
i Marvin Sparks Mias Nancy
j Sparks, and Mrs. Ralph Metcalf,
all of Panhandle; Mrs. E. B. An-
| demon of Goldthwait*, Mr, and
Mr*. Knud E. Larsen and children,
Kay and Florence of Dallaa, Miss
Elisabeth Buckingham of Los An-
geles, California, Mias Isabelle
Hill of Laredo, Oklahoma, Miasea
Elizabeth Ann Fields, and Mary
Alice Ayres of Paris, Mrs. Fred-
die Eidleberger of Palestine, Miss
Alta Mae Anderson of Athens,
Mr*. John T. MrAfee of Ft. Worth
and Mr. and Mr* Charles Strick-
land of Commerce*?
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward of
Denison xpattt the weekend visit-
ing in the home of Mr. ami Mrs.
Angeles, Calif., for a visit with
their daughter, Mm C. E. Wil-
son, and family. They will ac-
company Mprvin Thomas to Min-
eral Wells, where they will atop
<0 visit their aon, Francis Quinn,
mid family fur several daya.
Mr. and Mra. Morris lloenig
end baby of Raton Rouge, La.,
are visiting her mother, Mr*. Elsie
J. K. BRIM
Sulphur Spring* State Bank Bldg.
Frank Wood had aa h* guest*
Sunday Mr*, Welcome Wood,
from I'ickton, hi* daughter-in-
law; and granddaughter, Mra.
Jodie Smith and two children,
Welcome Wain and Noll, of
Drs. J. M. & Myrtle
Colon Correction X-Ray
Radienit Diagnosis and Treatment
326 Church St. Phone 406
Hope for folks pestered by
No more getting up at night!
Swine RmI quickly rdiiici tU44w ytia and
hickuhc 4at I* defiiih Uhni-obi
Mitfel sleep piidMc.
J. I. KNIERIM
"THE PLACE TO GET WELL*
402 Connnlly Street
One Bloch West of Pest Office
ThoieinSe <>f wiM«ll*-»i«l f»lk> **y Swims
Rom Ms* them ilo-s tiki tlirv ,Iiri wh#w
ymm* Swims *'“>l SunHw not snlnf'il acM
from thi hldnsy-, (him
■far • thorough Job before coins to Im4.
do i tknrmgk Job before solos
Uiiri i no urs« to Sit up it '
In iddHIon, *wiin|t Root
bladder pain, berk me he tnd tbit feneril
"mliery” tbit enmei (rote liiy-mulo* kid-
ney#. Vna can't min iu wonderful ton In
Clovi* r*. Stewart
Office over Hail Farrar Drag
elfeet. Swamp Root wee nrislneiiy rrented
by a wall-known phyilrlen, I)r. Kilmer. It
by a wall-known pkynirtmn, I)r. Kilmer. »
eomblnea It berhe, root, end halaama - - ell
S'**l Insredlento tbnt help you feel better feat.
y thli remarkable .tomeehlr and InUotl-
L..IJ1__1.1*0 00 ea-t____e. w______n__._ j
Trytbla remarkable etomaehlr and totostl-
nal liquid tonlr KRKK. Thou,,nd, have found
yellaf with only s eample bottle of Swamp
Root. Send your name arid addreea to Ur
Kllrrwr • Company, I no., tie pertinent VtA,
stamfordr tkinn., foe n -emple leittle free
•nd prntpsld. So aure to follow illrei tlone
“ paekase Offer limited. Send today
Lou Jans Lniigmn anti
gunat. Miss Lujcan Btale, of D»l
ia*. want to iJaiias Monday to
attend a dinner given by Preni
dent James M Wood, of Kteph
ens College, Columbia, Mo., to *u-
given al the Baker Hotel honor-
ing Texji* students of the college
Tuesday evening. Minsen Ixjngino
and Beale are planning to enter
Stephens this fall
WANTED -Ladie«i blryrle Must
; be jn good condition and reason
I aide, llelherl Myers at Echo of-
j fire, dh
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I HASTED — To buy some regis-
I tered Jersey Heifer* or good
I grades, Quote price and age.
| Torn Wade, .Sheriff Nolan County,
; Sweetwater, Texas, d5 4t-wltc
WANTED To buy invslid chair
See J N Ponder, Jefferson
Ardis Transfer Co.
Move Anything, Anywhere,
Licenaad Moving Van
BONDED — INSURED
Miss Franees < iinnoti is here
from Baylor hospital, I lulls.-,
where she is a student nurse, vi«
itnij: her parents, Mr. and Mr;
M. Ii. Cannon, on two weeks vara,
Enrollment to Summer School 1
vtsrted today Ws have fit;-.**'-
in general me thematic*, algebra.
history and nvtca If y.;u have
not enrolled, come in the morning LOST—-Man’s brown billfold con-
at 8 :Ofl o’clock. Other courses of- tain ing $52.00. Dropped at bank,
fered if there ia demand.—H. C. [ Return to Dennis Davidson, pa-
iOST OR STRAYED -- Jerwy
hull yearling Got out of my lot
at 310 Main St. Please notify M.
C. Bailey. Phone. 330. dw-tf
Energy Food of A Nation!
B»e nrj Is
la Good Bread al IP* BESTl
A Homv-Bakvd Product
AT YOKE GROCER’S!
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