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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. niley B. Jones. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting wlih Mrs. Renkert Welcnknmp. Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining City Contract club. Mrs. J.' C. Ellis having Tuesday Contract club at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge cn- lerlalning with bridge party. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Toivnsend club, No. One, s[>on- sorlng bingo party, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hull. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. Max Borowsky, of Manila. Mrs. G. G. Caudlll entertaining Town (ind Country club. ADC Bridge club meeting witli Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. W. H. Minyard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. • Woman's Mlssionaiy Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altnr society, Church of the Im- maculnto Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic -Hsll. Mrs. G: E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. Club 28 having dance at Woman's club. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Roland Green. Mrs. B. p. Brogdon Jr., having Thusclay Dessert club. Mrs. Ed Cook entertaining Double Four Bridge club for lunch- con. ' Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs, George Hamilton. Mrs. C. W. Garrignn having Afternoon club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H.' E. Bamett nncl Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at church. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Maltie Allen. Literary deportment. Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt club. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.. entertaining Friday Bridge club. \Vorthipgton-C-arUoii Vows To Be Said Today White flowers arranged against a background of greenery in the First Presbyterian church will be the setting for the wedding of Miss Thelma .Worthlngton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthlngton, and Hermon Carllon, son of Mrs. Jlermon Carlton Br., of Lake Village, to be solemnized this afternoon nt four o'clock. Cathedral tapers in white can- winch the. Rev. James A. Over- read the service. Mrs. J. Li. Lev Weds This Afternoon Miss Thelma Worlhlngton, above, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. nay Worthlnglon, becomes the bride of Hermon Carlton this afternoon. follow at the home of the bride's ircnts. While gladioli will dcceimle Ihe entertaining rooms. A three tiered white wedding cake surmounted by the miniature figures of a bride and bridegroom and flanked by white roses will form the center dccornllon of the refreshment tn- ble which will be Illuminated by while tapers Mrs. W. H, Easlcy of Clarklon. Mo., mint of the blrdc, will preside. Miss- dlgii Harlmnnn of New Orleans and Miss Frances Uollon, of Memphis, will assist In luc dining room, in the receiving line will be members of the bridal parly, Mrs. Worthlngton nnd Mrs. Carlion Br. Also entertaining the guests will be Mrs. William Law.';he, Mrs. Marian Williams,- Mrs. Charles Peiin, Mr.s. J. A. Leech, Mrs. E. P. Fry, Mrs. c. P. Tomp- Oul of town gncsli who are to be here for the wedding include: P. Moore Jr., Mrs. C. C. Haynes, Mr. mid Mrs. W. II. Ens- group of numbers she will play " e- Mr « "Thais", Massenet. Following the wedding March from "Lohengrin" by Wngner, she will play a "Modi- by Wngner, she will play a "Modi- « , , ^uimvs, Mrs. l«ttan" by 'Morrison. Mendelssolu s £^ Mr' M'O' ^ ,f ,,"' W' Weddine March >ni> i, n ,„«* ,„,. L ul - Ml!l - M - °- Bennett, Mrs. John W. L. Acroyd. Miss Frances Bollon, Mrs. L. Hf. Woolwinc, Mrs. .1. M. Bmtecosl, Miss Julia Coatrs, Mrs. ti-S Carlton, other out of town guests: were: Mrs. Carlton Sr. and Mi's. H. P. Moore Jr., both of Lake Village; Air. ni-d Mrs. C. A. Gibson and Joan Gibson, of Ulllc Rock; Mrs. Margaret Minor of Caruthersville; MJss Oljja iiarttnnnn of iN'ew Orleans, Cnpl. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis, of Joncsboro. Vnti Elliott and Mlllnrd Tompkins, both of O.s- ccola. Rehearsal at (lie Virst Presbyterian church followed the dinner * * * • . Knlerlahis With Dinner Saturday Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, entertained with a dinner purty Snt- Urday night in honor of Charles Gardener, of Russellvllle, and John Edwards, of Little Rock, who spent the week end here. The 16 guests were served steak dinners at Ihe nusllc Inn nl 7-30 o'clock. Following dinner, the group went to the Blue Room of the Hotel Nobb for cl.nidns, •r ? * J. U. (1. Meets Ten members of Hie. J. u. G. club were entertained Saturday nigh I nl n meeting at (he home of Ann Crook. 1'lnns were inuclc for a stenk nipper to be Blven Saturday, March IB. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. nivl Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe ami son. jimmlc, and Mr. and Mrs liiisscll Barhain and daughter Wanda l^uli, spent yesterday B t Iceelfoot Lake and Union city Tenii. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers. Spencer Alexander, Miss Rulli Dlcksoii and Mis. Joe Alexander Sr. spent (lie week end nl Reelfooi Lake and in Ridgcly. Tcnn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander. Bob Derrick left yesterday for Elgin, III., where he will enter the Elgin Watchmakers' School. HC has previously attended Soullrwe.il- crn College of Oplometry at Mcin- ( phis. 'Miss Jo Tucker and Byron Rhodes Morse, of Little Rock, were the guests of Mr. Morse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, and Ininllv yesterday. Mr. nncl Mrs. R. L. Shelby and C, c. Johnson ol Charleston, Mo spent yesterday here with Mrs. J. J. Johnson. John Edwards, of Ultle tlocK. and Charles Gardener, of Rtijsell- vllle. spent the week end here with friends. Miss Mildred Lou Hub bard, who attends Southwestern college at Memphis, spent lhc- iveefc end here with her pare-rtis, Mr. ,-mcl Mrs. . G. Hubbard. and family. Mrs. Tom Mulharen and SOD, Jack, left yesterday for Cape Girardeau where Mrs. Mnlharen will attend Southeast Missouri state Teachers college. Mrs. lla/.el McCaa and daughter. Barbara, of Tallulah, La., Roy Bennett of Water Valloy. Miss., and Paul M. Bennett of shnw, Miss., nre visiting their mother, Mrs. Pink M. Bennett, who is very ill at Blythevillc hospital. C. L. Smith of Leachvillc, spent yesterday here after having returned home from a month's motor Irlp to points of Ihe Gulf Coast. Mississippi, Louisiana, nncl Florida. liRving gone as fnr as Key West for fishing. The condition of J. E. Whilworth. who is critically ill nl Walls hospital, remains about the same. He still spends part of his time in nu oxygen tent. Hugh Nelson Thompson spent Oseeola Society—Personal Saturday In Memphis with Ins fiither. J. L, Thompson, who ; lms been critically ill of a heart ntlftki He is now convalescing. The cnclitlon of Mrs. Ethel Miller, who Is very ill nt Walls hospital. Is unchanged. She underwent a blood transfusion today. She Is undergoing treatment prior lo having an operation. GraVmn Sudbury ,Ir. received treatment at the Walls hospital today for a head Injury caused when he fell on the front steps of Wedding March will be used for lhc recessional. The organist will wear sliipeti taffeta of American Beauty nncl Royal Blue designed with a white bolero. Her corsage will be of red roses. The bride, who will enter on the arm of her father, will be gowned in a formal model of white satin fashioned along princess lines. Buttons are arranged down the bac>. ;o a fullness which begins at lhc waislliuc and extends to form x short train. Seed pearls ornament Ihe high neckline-, while lit- t«l sieves extend in c.illn Illv points over the hands. From a tiara of ruchlng will fall Ihe linger lip veil of illusion which will be caught on the sides by cluslers or orange blossoms. She .will earn- an arm bouquet of gar- !>i >'k Soynrs. Mrs. R. j. Stallage. Mrs. W. H. liyrd. all of Memphis. Mrs. R. A. Fleck, of Chicago. Mrs. Chris Mcbrlo and daughter, Miss Mary Mclule. Mr. nn$ M V S. Gcoree R. Crockelt. Mrs. Charles Walson. Mrs. Margaret Minor, and Mrs. Chni-lcs Dorroli. ;\ll of Cav- nlliersville, Copt, J. L. Lewis, of Jouesboro. dcnias and valley lil Dresses of M At The Hospitals lilythcvillc Hospital Mrs. W. C. Buchanan, citv ncl- inlltert. llormiin Jannings, Brapg City. ndmittod. W. Wrlehl. cily. acl- WhHivorlh. city, acl- At llntrl Parly (liven I.LI..I Mrs. J. milled. Claude milted. Ctiarle.s admitted. W. A. milled Mind Your Manners . Mrmbers of lhc bridal party ;uul .several out cil town (jucst^ Iwvc for the wi-ilclln.T nf Mi.<-s Tlic-lnia Wor- lhlngton ivncl Hermon Cmltct.i lo be solnnnlzcd this afternoon were cn- lei-fained nl a rrhrnr.<.;il Mipper Test your knowledge of rorrecl social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: j 1. Should n man take hold of-a girl's arm when they arc crowing the street? ; 3. Is it good taste for a man 'to comb his hnlr in public? < 3. Should n husband help his wife off with her coat when tucy a; r e seated in » theater? ' 4. When others try to paw you in takluj; their places In a theater, should you stand up or mow vour knees lo one side? • Watson, Caruthcrsvillc. «• Should you say "Sorry when you pass m front of i>.nyo:ic in fino- ing a sent in a theater? What would you do If-You arc a woman who lu;, just Mrs. Charles t'olenmn Hostess. Mrs. O. E. Masscnglll, Mrs. Bruce Ivy and Mrs. Milton Pope were guests playing wlih lhc Thursday Bridge club entertained by Mm. Charles Colemnn in Ihe home of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Carlwrlght on St. John Avenue. The many pelted plants which (ill the Cniiwrlghl home nl all seasons of the year made the entertainment rooms attractive. Mrs. Charles Lowrance, Jr., v>on highest scoring honors with Mis. Hulc Jackson winning second Men score. /Hlfiid f). A. U. Luncheon. Miss Cora Lee Colemnn of Bly- ihcvllle wns Ihe house guest of Mrs. John W. Edrlnglon on Thursday night and accompanied the Osceola group of D. A. R. members to Memphis Friday for Hie monthly luncheon meeting of the organization nt Hotel pcabody. These in Uic party were Miss Colemnn, Mrs. Edrnigtcm. Mrs. Susie Kolscr, Mrs. C. A. Davis, Mnry Virginia Seagram and Jean Chiles. Miss Segraves and Miss Chiles j:ive voi-nl and accordion numbers on (lie program. Attend Aunt's Funeral. Mr. and Mis. I. S. Burton, accompanied by Mrs. O. M. Hill of Marie, drove to I'aragouid Friday 10 attend the funeral of Mrs. Me- Jimln Butler, aunt of Mrs. Hill and of Mr, Burton. Mrs. Butler Is well known in this section, having spent a lar»(! pml of the last few years with Mrs. Hill (it Marie and also with licr daughter. Mrs. I,. L. Harwell who formerly lived at Reiser where Mr. Harwell was manager of the Lee Wilson company's Interests there. Mrs. Guy Brulton and Mrs. Max Christian spent the weekend in Dlytheville us guests of Mrs, Bert Ellis. .Mrs. Bralton, MIS. Christian and Mrs. Richard Gibson were also in Memphis the past week to see "Gone With. Die wind.' Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle wciil lo LiUlc Rock Sunday to be guest: of their daughter, Mrs. , L Me Donald and Mr. McDonald. Mrs. Bob Moore and children Robert Moore Jr., Mcrilyn and Hermen, of Lake Village, arrived li be guests of her vincle. Y. li Tomp klus and family, and to attend the wedding of her brother. Hermen Carlton of Blythcrille to Miss Thelmn Worlhington of thai cily, at the First Methodist church ^ llierc Monday. j Mr.-;. ,;. \V. Carlwri'jht a n d daughter, Mrs. Chorle.s Coleman and her daughter. Belly Jean Colemnn, attended Ihe Spring Fa- sbion Show for "tecn-nge" children nt Levy's in Memphis Saturday. Mr.s. Sam Hodges Jr.. and son. Samuel Major Hodges 111, relum- ed from Fort Smith Sunday. Mr. Hodscs mi't them in Memphis. Lee Maxwell, local agent for Sinclair Refining Company, accompanied by B. J, Allen. Sinclair agent at Blythevillc, will drive to Little Keck Thursday lo attend the anmuil sales and banquet meeting of Sinclair representatives. They plan lo go on io Fayettc- villc for the weekend where Mr. Maxwell's son Is n student in the University of Arkansas. Mre. R. M. Stovnil of Springfield, Mo., is here for a visit with the family of her sister. Mis. S. M. Uocigcs. Roy B. Dawson. superintendent of city schools, W. H, Gardner, principal of the grade school, accompanied by' Sam Anderson, .superintendent of Dypw; school, "lid Henry Owen, principal of Dycss high school, have returned from Si. Louis where they attended • the .sessions ol the National E'.iu- Miss Delia Kay Weds Mr. Robert H. Harris Mrs. Mary Kay, of Kciscr, announces the marriage of her daughter, Delia, to Robert H. Hairls of West Memphis. The marriage was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Burton in Stuttgart, Sunday,. Feb. 18tli by the Rev. O. c. Harvey, pastor of the Flm Baptist church. Mrs, Harris is the postmistress of Reiser. Before her recent appointment, she taught in Mississippi county schools for several years, Mr. Harris is employed bv Johnson Auto Company of West Memphis. Those attending were: Mr. and Mis. ll. A. Burton and daughter Joanotlo, Mrs. Corn Burton. M rs ' J in Hurt, Mrs, w . F-, Cnln. nil of fctnttunrl, j. B. i, oa of McCl . ovv acid Miss Ada Mae Burton of Kei- scr. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1940' FLAPPER FANNY - COPR, WO iYNEAUPVJCC.IKC. I W- RE.G. 11-4 PAY.Off By Sylvia To Present Plays . At Caruthersville CAfiljTHEKSViLLE, Mo,. March MI Cf ">«)icrsvlllo Civic Players will present "Outward Bound"" on the high school stage here Wednesday and Thursday evening March c-7. The play, of three act* has been in rehearsal for two months and Ulc plByerJ . (mv themselves constructed all scnierv an_d properties lo be used in the The Junior chamber of Com- uerce Iscooperating ivltli the players In advance ticket .sales VVmTn 1 ?, ° f U ' C " 1 "' VCrs w- Wendell Mnyes, also director: Judith Mayes, Leonard Limbaiigh Maurice Malln, Minerva Phillips J(lck Lnngdon, Margaret Lang. don. Delbert Harper, George Cook, and Dorothea Fragile, stage man- T N. Robertson Dies At Age Of 68 Mrs. Lonell Hohcrlson. wife of Jttiiics N. Robertson, died suddeii- y Saturday night at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Nccd- hnm. She was (58. Funeral services were held vcs- tcrday nflcrnoon at Cobb Funeral Home by George W. Patterson, pastor of First. Christian church, with burial In Elmwood Cemetery. Active pnllbearcrs were th:sc nephews and grandsons: Jack Hrjb- erston, Charles Robertson Georec Robertson, Jim Robertson. Garland Ncedham. Wess Carl Richardson, Dewey Loath and John RUey. Honorary pallbearers were- Henry Duncan. Vestal Brooks, Tom Bril'- ton, Silas Nccrthnm, Arthur Britton, Claude Duncan and Glen Alexander. ' Born in this section where she haci always lived. Mrs. Robertson was widely known, with most of her friends calling her "Aunt. Louell." Besides her husband she is survived by one son. Jack Robertson. ami such bargains, Patl.v! You'll simply swoon when J^L KC ? " 10 (ll ' css J 8°l foi' practically nothing!" ' : " cnllon Association. Lucicn Coleman. candidate for the office of llciilcnnnt governor of Arkansas, was u visitor in Os- croln Saturday. Sullivan, Armorel. ad- «ivcn IBM ntjhl by Mr. nnd Mrs tiiittrd. Qoprge Cioriiell n! Hi.' Hotel Noble Mrs. J. u Williams, city, dis- 1. L. LindM-y. Kpiwr. dismissed. Lena Mac Berry, Stcclc. dlsmlss- 1. Mabel Brackin, cily. dismissed. Walls 11 us pi la I Mrs. A. B. Slinnilt, cily, «<.!- ed. color . - -Irs. James c. Thoni|i- kms of Memphis, matron of honor and Miss Maurlnc Branson bridesmaid, will be of white chiffon snid fashioned with high necklines full sleeves caught just below Ihc elbows and bouffant .skirts. Lattice tucked girdles tire the only trim Joan Gibson of Little Rock jun- i scheme used for thr novel parly \vln':h was planned to give the rl- *^ol of .-i portrait of tin- bride-. Entertainment w.is provided by biief talks which made up ih'c "I'oi trail ol Thelma". a drama, which \va.s aniioimml on favors of pink programs, the cover of which hart a picture nf Hip of wrddins bolls, • of II,c tiriniii, "Kntci' Maid". -Aa^ r.r.ch liv by Scene Two. "Exit M : IJC!. Kntcr the Hl-'h £:l-.ool c_;ni" bv MKs 'Ihroc, ---„.. »,. .j.Lm, UlA-Ti lor bridesmaid, will also w. while chiffon of similar design. A i thf puffed sleeves wilt vary the dcsic'n of the dresses. All attendants will wear old fashioned chip .bonnets of white 1 "Exit the iiio'l',"^'- chifton tied In back with larce Ihe Collogc ni^"''^j^lTr bows of green ribbons from which ! Tcmpkl-.s of Monm! v s<r!v rr,l" streamers fall to lhc waisltinc. The "Knlrr iht- Brincc ™>'ni .1 , srecn of the ribbons is to malch Hue." Charlr" Mill <-',,• i In the bououct.s- of j Vickslnu-j;. Miss • scen» Five '".3 a Wish to the uiidc Btidc'iiooin", t) lc RCV. Jaiiu-.v Ovciholscr, , Pink siiapdvagons and roses with 1 Allen Slacy. Dell, itclinltted. Catherine Mooiiry, Dell, uri- niiltcrt. Ned Walker Jr.. Dell, admiltcd. Louis Usolton. Hair Moon, acl- mitlcd. Mrs. Dcttic Brown. New Madrid, admitted. Mr.s. Clyde Johnson. Highway 18. dismissed. Mnnplii* Ikiplj.st Hospital Mrs. Bland Brooks, city admitted. Mrs. H. u, Tophain, Carulhcr.s- ville, admitted, Mis. N. D. Thompson, Wilson. coral gladloH which they will earrv Charles Hill Carllon of Vicksburg, M^iis., will altcnd his brother as best msn. Ushers will be C P Relieve misery as 3 out of r> mothers do. Rub thrp.il, dicst, biick willi ola. _ -•-•-• "-.*. HIM ^muu, jljju MUlard Tompkins, bolli of Oscc- la.-. A \vedding reception- for rela- -I •••-*.*. \-i mi, >ijii- (able. Brlrtal placccards Hero mounted on heart bases and tied in pink. - - ; -_--!...„.. , wl J^,l»- Hi LJUlfi. - lives and out of town'guwta will' Besides Mrs. Tompkins and Mr. .. been sentcd In a picture Mmw— 1.1' KemovT your hal? ib> Keep on your Imt someone asks you If mind removing it? unless 1..II K bcllcr lo offer livi hi;. ; ,rni. 'J. No. •« 3. Yes. 4. i'land up and let Uiem t )v _ 5. Yes, for you arc Inconveniencing them. Brat "What Would You Oo" so- lullon— uu. admitted. Memphis Mclliodi-.i Hn-.int.u i\.,J. Crawford, Slcclc. acinvlllcd SPECIAL! 1/3 More for (lie j. 1m r money Johnson's Wax and Oln-Co.il ' SHOUSE-HENRY ' - HARDWAUi; CO. : rliune 33 Crnylisli arc not fish, despite the fact that Iliey live in watcr niid breathe through Kills. Jordan D. Chrisco Of Hightower Dies Jordan D. Chrisco died Sunday morning nt his home at, Hightow- cr where he had resided for 13 years. Death followed a week's illness. He was 07. Funeral rhcs were conducted this afternoon at. I lie residence with burial in Sandy Ridge cemetery. Born ill Newport. Ark.. Mr. Chrisco lived lucre until he moved lo Mis.sis.sippi county .where he farmed. He is survived by hi.s wife. Mrs. Nellie Chriwo; three daughters, Mrs. N. D. Burlina of Chicago. Mrs. Vlrgie Daniels of Luxora. Mrs. fc'.ncl rrara of Luxora, and two sons. Raymond nncl Clay Chrisco of Luxorn. iianna Funeral Home was in charge. lin-l and celebrated his silver wed- dh>K anniversary In IflM. Ho married again in 1814 ano is just wle- bmtiug liis second silver' annlvcr- sarv. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT To effectively relieve the itching burning discomfort of athlete's foot; and Lo kill the fungi upon contact use famous parasiticide! Black andJ White Ointment as dressing to exposed surface!!. Soothing, cooling relief begins at once. Use with Hlaclc and White Skin Soap today.: 1 Sub Committee Vote Disapproves Of Question About Income WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. (UP) — A senate siib-committae. it was learned today, has voted three to two in favor of a resolution by Senator Charles W. Tobey (Rep., N. H.I putting Ihe senate oil record for elimination of census questions relating to personal income. •Senator Joshh Bailey (Rem.. N. C.I. the sub committee chairman, refused to say anything nbout the action but the result of the vote was learned from an unimpeachable source. Under normal procedure the resolution would go next Co the full committee on commerce and then to the senate itself. Twn Silver Weddings Marked FJRIPFIELD. Eiig. (UP I Canon W. R. Sharrock. 98-year-old vicar of Drifficlcl, Yorkshire, married in i a • Sign the New Register at the Ritz LAST TIMES TODAY MAR WEST A W. C. FIELDS In "My Little Chickadee" rarainoiinl News X- Comedy TUES.-WED.-THURS. i IDiic lo booking- arnnigcnicnts, I Tucsilay will not be Pal Matiucu [ or Night llils Week "FIGHTING 69TH" with James Casiiey, Pal (! O'Hrirn & CicorRc Brcivl Also selected shorts. Women get "Build-up" A good way to relieve periodic discomfort from fuitctictiitl dysturnor- rhr;i chic to malnutrition, such as headaches, nn-vousness, cramp-like pain, many women find is by uung CARDUI. It usually sharpens ap- pclltc, incrciiso.s flow of ^astrtc juices and .so aids digestion, helps Miilcl resistance lo periodic, distress. Another way CAIiDUl may help yon: Take it a few days before and elm-ing "the time." CARDUI has bi'Mi popular for ftt) years. Beware Coughs Following Flu After the flu is over and gone the cough that follows feels like it will tear your chest walls apart. You need reliable and ready help. Creomiilslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, increase secretion and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with -the understanding that you are to like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. (Adv.) CREOMULSSON for Coughs, ChestColds, Bronchitis Cominj; Tuesday. March 2(ith For ;i Week's Run "GONE WITH THK WIND" OXY LAST TIMES TODAY ! "HIDDEN MONEY" Warren FIiill * Kttj- J.lnakcr Fox Ntw.i i t'nmcil.v Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 510 EXPERT UO ,, K CALL 106 Appolnlfutnl Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Yap, Mrs. Ruth Hudson's Cl.KANER (.'MrnnKK TAII.OK lirinij; Us Your The .'-uiicriorily cif Hudson's cleaning i.s par- lienlarly nnliceablc when \vi' deliver your lines! ' dress e s, surprisinsly fresh and new looking'- When cleaned and reshaped hy us they have that desirahle sheen that is so pleasing, liy all jncans. try nur cleaning service. WORK We do all Liquid CAPUDINE for NEURALGIA TUES.-WED.-THURS. PAL NIGHTS ?, Hiliniltrd for (lie prfcn of i >A NCW UNIVERSAL PICTURE Also selected shurf.s. LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m.— 12:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. Phone Kite 224 Fhone l?oxy 333 NOW OPEN In Our New Location \\'e wish (o announce thai we have moved from cnir former local ion ill 11T> Norlh Scenncl Street to our newly, remodeled building at GiK West Main. (1AVK LlH'UOVBf) KACUJTIKX, iNcujm.xc; A LARGEC NKW CKAIT-I-. RK- CKI'TION ROOM, ETC. Wiit eh for Announcement (if Our l ; (irmal Opening FUNERAL HOME I'HONE 2fi

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