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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Lange Parent Teachers Association meeting 3 o'clock at school peccded by executive board meeting. 2:30 o'clock. American Association of University Women study group meeting with Mrs. James H. Bell, 7:30 o'clock.. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock nl Hotel Noble. Mrs Max B. Reid entertaining Tuesday club. Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Merlin, having Double G, club. City Conlract club meeting with Mrs. L. S. Benlsh, 1:30 o'clock. Miss Ruth Dull entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Maple Grove Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clock \Vilh Mrs. J. W. Durham. Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Ensler service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. ' WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Temple Israel meeting clelil o'clock with Mrs. S. Jledel. ADC Bridge club meeting 'with Mrs. Charles Lnngslon Jr. Executive Board, Central Parent Teacher association, meeting 2:30 o'clock at school, preceded by general meeting at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. W. J. Wunderltch entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. . Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Easter service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. N. Khoury entertaining Prosperity club, 2-.30 o'clock,.nl her Stecle home. Mrs. W. D. McClurkln entertaining- Dcltn Contract club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Richard Dickinson. Mrs. W. L. Homer having Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract, club meeting wilh Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn. Mrs. John Foster entertaining Double Four club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Patterson. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thursday - Luncheon club, Woman's Council, First Christian church, having; prc-Baster service, 2:30 o'clock, nt church. - ' FHIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Eastcr service. 2:30 o'clock, at church. Mrs. Rupert. Crafton having Friday Bridge club. •' SATURDAY'S EVENTS ' ColilHon club having supper ctavice, nine o'clock, American IjC- gloii Hul. - : : FLAPPER FANNY -COPR.IMOiri«*5t*VKt.l«>e. t H «[C V t r»I Wf.- By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal* Osceola Society—Personal C'arolyn Itosc Spii'se and Belly Joe Urosiliw;ill Entertain . Cue of the most attractive of tlie Easter Hffalrs for the youth of Osccoln was Die party jjlven in (lie hlgli school gymnasium j Friday night by Carolyn Rose MONDAY, MARCH 18, 19-10 Gwyn had shamrocks painlcd on them. * * * Mrs. U 11. Driver Hostess Mrs. Herbert Shippeii, Mrs. \V. E. Johnson, Mrs. M. E, Pope nnd Mrs. E. H. nilcy were guests playing with the Thursday Bridge club In Ihe home of Mrs, C. B. Driver Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E, II, Rlley received hose (or highest score. Mrs. B. L. Richards mother of Mrs. Driver, assisted In receiving (he members. V * « iUrs. F. I'. Jacobs Hostess She Is rest Ing very well. 'T Sl< ' t ? k! . wi! y does Fun bother to write these things down \vnen she knows nobody's ever gonna see 'em except herself?" services being held at (he various churches of the city. Announcement will be mndc later as lo future date of meeting, officers said. * * • Son Is Born. A son wns born lo Mr. and MM. William 11. Wyall, of Jonesboro Sunday morning In St. Bernard's hospital of (hat city. The bnby. who weighed eight pounds mid eleven and one halt ounces, has been named William Vinson. Mrs. Wyatt Is Ihe former Mlas Mary Grace Hill, of Ihls city. Airs. Wyatt's nnrciits, Dr. and ! *%J mtmwuin ui waa.1 J'juvy mftlllb Mis. B. A. Ihompson, who m>- uance Club of children numbering (Icrwcnt a, minor operation at Walls thirty little tols hospKat Friday, has been removed. The luce-covered nt one - - • . -.. . ~.., v .^ , , ,, ,, v iui_ v -t,tnv» t\| LUUtU ILL UIIU to her home on the Bai field road. [ w 'i<l of the gymnasium hold n large | Easter basket filled with a huge - r I 11 1 «....,VV1 Ull.lmt 11IIVU »V1VII it JkUUU Mrs. A. a, Shlbley nnd dill- rabbit and gaily colored eugs Hib- tlren spent Saturday In Memphis.: lions In varying pnslcl ohndes «Mr, nnd Mrs. A, Conway Jiave ( tended from the handle of the bas- gonc to Hot Springs to spend u|l(e|. lo cliocolnte chickens at, each ""**• . . I child's place. The brick crcntn had 'Rccn Norrls, daughter of Mr. ] purple rabit centers with a chenille ,„ „,.. *.„,.*, ra v,..,,. ,_ ....,,i 11!Ckcn B i ulng 0)J (he C01 . ncr cr the brick. The HUle girls wore formal evening dresses even to flowers and the i>oys were In fancy costumes. In Ihe receiving line willi Carolyn Rose and .Belly Joe were their molheis, Mrs. A. F. Spiesc and Mrs. .1. W. CroslhwaiL nnd Miss A Ik Ins. Mrs. George Adams, accompanist for the class, nlso assisted in receiving the children. The evening's enlcrlainmcnl opened wills Ihe grand march, continued with the formal dances and waltzes recently learned and closed wllh Ihe "Old Virginia Reel." nnd Mrs. Samuel P. Nprrls, IB ill of bronchitis and complications and will be confined lo her home for several days. J, P. Friend spent Saturday in Memphis where he had a tissue tumor removed from his left ley. He Is convalescing at Ills home :uid wilt lie flbje lo be out lomor- Mrs. J, E. Uanno and son spent yesterday In Little Rock as guests at Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert •McAdtiiiis and Mr. and Mis. Will Hnynes, nil of Jonesboro, were Die gucslf of Mrs. Lucy McAdams and family here ycslerday. Mrs. B. H. Millet 1 and daughter, Jessie Louise, siienl the week end in Hnrrlsburg and Slinwncelou'ii. III., where Ihey vkiled relatives and friends. • : Mr. and Mrs. Dau M. Dunklu , . . and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Doyle mo- .,,„„ lored to Plggolt yesterday to visit T h« Mrs. Dunkln's sister, Mrs. Keller, who Is 111. 200 Attend Stunt Show At Armorel Two hundred people Attended Ihe stunt show sponsored Jointly by Ihe Atmoiel high school nnd Ihc Parent Teachers association Friday night, at the school. , v A boys' beauty contest in which ' M|1 - '""' M'"S. ". II. Aiken and a . Mrs. t,. M. Burnettc hns returned from Lawrcnceburg, Tcnn., where she has been with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Polls, who lias been critically 111 but is now much Improved. -,"• -±-—- -iTa^ffr^s ,0 business in Mem- Lnmile Morrison received a loving cup for first prlae ami n suitcase nice In wlilch Mrs. Arthur Vance anil J. O. Hobgood were winners were among Die Interesting features of Ihc program. Members of the association presented n play, "How Ihe Slory Grew" which was followed with a ?'SIIss" Wtinbn Dallcy Fs ;. Erute of George Jones Miss Wandq Earline Dallcy, ol Bls'lhevllie and Joiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs^ E. P. Dailey of Kennett, Mo., bccanic the bride of George Roraell Jones of Milan, Tenn., son of Mr. nnd Mis, George L. Jones, also of thai city, Saturday night. The ceremony was solemnized at eight o'clock at the home of Ihe bride's aunt, Mrs. J. L, NcwBOin, End Ihc nev. Mr. Newsom, befort members of the families and a few intimate friends. The Rev. Mr Newsom read the exchange of vows Miss Elizabeth' Jones of Miltm. sister of the bridegroom who is attending the Eagle School of Beautj here, and Tyree Jones, also of Milan, cousin of Mr. Jones, were the attendants. The bride wove a tailored bitje suit with beige accessories, while her attendant wns dressed in a navy blue model ivllh which she wore blue and white accessories Mrs. Jones finished high schoo! at Luxora last May when she c3mt here lo make her home with tht Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Newsom while she altended Ihe Eagle School of Beauty Culture. Upon her graduation a month ago. she went tc Jorner where she has since bscr employed. Mj. Jones was educated in the Milan schools. He relumed from Detroit a few months ago lo be connected with his father In his farming Interests. Following (he ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Jones went (o Milan whett Ihey 'will make their home. « * * Cfliinlry Club "To Have Easier Danre Tlic Blytheviile country dub wil! have an "open house" Easier rljincc Tuesday night for member.; of Ihe club and their friends. Jack .Slaulcup. who has played here a number of limes, will again present his orchestra which features fhis season "Ihc newest style melodies" with a number of old favorites on his program. * t • Class To Jlc-ct Members of the Beta Chi Sunday school cla«, First Presbyterian church, will meet tonight, at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. P. ?>v ft was nrmoiinrcd today. Mrs E. B. Thomas and Miss Mary Franca; Slaty will be co-hostesses with Mrs. Fry. * * • Postpone Club r?.rly. .Members of Ihe Town and Country club will not "meet Ihis week, but will be entertained the following Wednesday with a party to be fc'lien by Mrs J. C. Ellis. Club Cancels Sleeting. The meeting of the past Matrons and Past Patrons clul> of the Order ot the Eastern Star which was scheduled 16 meet tomorrow night at the home of Mr. and Mrs George W.' Barhatri has been- "can, eclcd because of '. tlic pre-Eastcr Mrs. E. V. Hill, and 'her sister, Miss Betty Jean Hill, spent yesterday afternoon in Joticsboro. * * • Have Slcak 'Supper Marjorle Perry, Wanda. Fisher ind Margaret Holland enlcrlnincd '.ncmbcrs of the J. U. G. club wllh —„_.._... n steak supper at Ihe niisllc Inn , an< * ^ rs - Gnrlaml Gilinswater sang 3alnrday. night. ' ' . - .Plans .for n skating parly nnd a progressive dinner to be held in •he next two weeks were discussed. • , <* luimer mumper 01 me cuifis was «m vcrnon Roy, and Miss Mar- a guest while vlslling her mother. ?L r .l,>Sf 5|)C ' yesterday m Mrs. John Keiser ihis week. Mrs! Tucker of Memphis, mother of Mrs. Claude Thotirason, was also a vis- Memphis. Dr. Benny Fendler, ol Memphis, left for a visit in St. Louis today after having visited relatives here and In Mauiln for a few (lavs. Mrs. D. C. Warren and daughter, Mrs, David Nunn, and Mr. Nunu, all of Halls, Tcnn., spent chorus of high school students with Nlm "', "" llf Hnlls ' Tcl111 - s " cnl Sue Terrell and David King sing-i- vt ; slcna - v hcrc " ith Mr - ">*<""• ing the solos. Mrs. Marguerite '^° is , "'«I"'E<>'»8 treulmenl at, Brolherlon, Mrs. Eddie Rc-enold B1 5' tllcvlllc hospital. 'Ihey also vis- anrt Mrs. Gnrlaml OIHiiEwater snn e Uc< ! J? 1 ' 1 nn , d , Mrs ' V " d W , nlTO " Uio arrangements of "South of Ihc '",", D . 1 '- nlld Mrs ' '• n - Joll » so » * .. . ...-. . . . ll'Mll/> tinrft Steele-Cooter Society—Personal ,., n, u^j^, m i n, i &i>i iii^j »UC<VLIULJ. nn o. The Rev. W. A. Stewart wns Ihc llubbartl nnd Mrs. A. E. Himtley princi|ial speaker at the meeting will motor her to Memphis to- of the Dell Parent Teachers nsso- morrow lo join her roommntp at cintlon Tlutrsday at Hie school. Southweslcru, Miss Jo Mciix of Sfrs. J. W. Owens was l;i chnree Brownsville, Tex., who will accom- Ifoslc.« In Purly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Lcsler were nosls to Ilielr newly organkcd Tripoli Club nnd oils guest, Joe iiuvsell, nl llieir home Monday After a series of gnmes ;iiey sewed iced drinks, cake ami candy. The members arc Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Wnsglcr, Mr. and Mrs. Guss Cooper nnd Mr. and Mrs. Tom C.j Lewis. ' Mr, nntl Mrs. Lewis arc hosts to the club Monday night. * * • Hostess (o Clnnco. Mrs. K. L. Cnscy wns hostess lo her Lucky Nine Bunco club nnrt Die following guests Mrs, Carl Reid, Mrs. Sidney Miller .Jr. nnd Mrs. Jim Miller nl her home Wednesday night. Mrs. Jim Miller received high score award, bunco and trove-lint; tunco prizes nnd Mrs. Clarice Gll- lilanrt received low score nward. 'Hie hostess served chc-csc sandwiches. pickles, angel food cake and peaches with whipped crcnin nnd coffee. « e * Mrs. w. O. Kearney Ims irtmn- cd from Brownsville. Tenn.. where the ivns called by thp doilh (if her father. Mrs. HBrold Davis of lilytlic- ville was a visitor here Ihe latter part of Ihc week, . Mrs. 'Ray Jones returned jcslrr- clay afternoon uflcr a Icn rtny visil in Cnpc Girnrdcnn with her brother. Elwood Brown and Inm- ily. Mrs. W. N. Holly and daughter Evelyn swcnt 'Ilmrsday in Memphis whirc Mrs. Holly consnRcd a of the program. Mrs, Ilnrbin Gill presided over Iho business session nt which time it was announced that Ihc school piano had been paid for. Mrs, Curtis Downs, itfre. Jim Ross ami Mrs. Rulh Campbell were nppoinlcd n committee for Hie nomination uf officers. Refreshments were served during the socinl hour. Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Cnnie M.ic Owens and Mrs. Willie D. Hownrd were hoslesses. Border",'• "Shorlcnln'. Brend", nnd "Home on the Range." . Dell News Itcv. Stcwsirl Spc;iks - — , Jrefl Lou Hubbuiil, .- sliidenl at Soiitlnveslern college In Memphis, c:une ycsterdny for a i visit with her parents, Mr. and . Mi B. O. G. Hnbbard, and family 'before leaving for Pensacoln, Fla., 1 lo spend her spring vacation. Mrs. tinny her on Ihc trip. Miss Mnrjorlc Wnrrcn is expected lo arrive home Wednesday from Lynrliburg, Va., where site attends Hnnriolpli Jincon collegf 1 . She will spend her spring vacation here willi her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wnrrcn. H is reported by automotive experts Hint about 80 per cent of motor nilmenU »ru lihcctly trncetl to carbon. • a> I t or nlrcti. G.u > - tic»rl. Artle- ADJLERIKA Klrby Bros. Drug co. nnU Rctlns:u's Drug Co. liXl'KRT BEAUTY WOHK CALL 106 , vp jre,a Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Yap. BalUs Sirs. Rulh lawhon ' STARTING TUESDAY MORNING MAR. 26-ONE WEEK GONE WITH THE WINS THE WEEKDAY MATINEES WIU. I3U usunl continuous iierlormniices with no reserved scats. You may come nnyllmo from 10:t!0 A. M. up to '2:15 P. M. mul sec n complete performance. For uijiht shews nncl Sundny mnlince nil scats tire rrsrnrri. 'ncfccls arc now on snle. DAVID 0. SEUMCK S ptj.aa* •/ MARGARET MITCHELL'S "GONE \VITH 'THE WIND" (• TECHMCOIOR a*rh, HOWARD • De HAVILLAND VIVIEN LEIGH «s,^h,os,.' A SEIZ.V1CK 1NTER.N.WION MAIL ORDERS NOW ACCEPTED •-cats on Sale Tomorrow at 9;30 A. M. Roxy Theatre oilio^ Niglil Shows IS v.irU All Seals Reserved S1.1J Icirl. |. 1X Sunday MB 1. (2 p.m.) All -Sents licscrvcrt SI.12 Incl. iu\ AVcckday Mnts. Cniilitiiious—Nol Kcservcil 7;5e fuel. ta\ Wlillc this cnsnsciiiciit is limited this praditctlou \\ili n-i- be shown nnysvlipfe cxecpl at aclxnncc prices at ICUM nr-" 111 1041, You will src It exactly ns .sltown ill its Irnm-a Allnnt.i world premiere. CITZ THKATKK HLYTJlliVlLLE . , „ ..--Jr the four table bridge club ut, "VVindover Terrace", home of colonel nn-j Mrs. F. P. Jacobs on Thursday afternoon. Jcntjuils and oilier early Spring flowers with polled plnnls decorated the lower floor of tlic home. Mrs. R. c. Bryan was successful high scorer with Mrs. P. P. Travis receiving consolation nward. Mrs. E. S. Driver received guest prliiQ. * * » Pitch Club Meels Mrs. j. A. Gwaltncy was hostess lo Ihe Thursday Pilch Club al her home at Victoria Thursday afternoon witli Mrs. George Cone and Mrs. Raymond Coiner the only guests, No prizes are given al, this clul). Mrs. Gwaltney used nn abundance of Jonquils j t j (he entertaining rooms. Smnll Irish flags were on Ihe jilalcs as favors suggestive of St. Patrick's Day, The salad, mints, and other items on Ihc refreshment plate were in green nnd yellow. * t • Mrs. J. Waller While ol Conway 1 is here for a visit in Ihe home of „.. „.„„ ,„„; I""' son, Paber A. White and Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Pigg, Mrs S G Lock- whitc - sile clime here from Para- inrt and Mrs. Frank O Gwyn were 8 °" lci whcrc shc lm(l visited a ' ' daughter, Mrs. fiufus Haines, and will go from here to Catmlen for n visit wllh two other daughters before returning to her home in Conway. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hale nnd Mr. Male's sister, MIS. Ida Tucker, will drive to Jackson, Mississippi, Saturday for the weekend with Mr, nnd Mrs. Aulluir Rogers. Mrs. Rogers is Ihe former Louise Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crockett and D. M. Moore were business visitors to West Memphis Friday afler- Vera Goodrich, George Hubbard Lead Honor Roll Vera Elizabeth Goodrich and George Hubbard, each wllh M points, | cci tllc hlg| , SI , |looI hgllor roll for (he first term of the second semester, It was revealed today when Ihc grades were released. sallle Mathis was second with 13'.! point*, oilier honor roll slit- dents nnd their grade points are as follows: Vera Goodrich, H; George Hubbard H; Snllle Mathis mi; Uoyd B omcyer, 13; Mary Lynn j ad j 50Jli »J. bylvin Reldman 12It; Billy Jonlz 12; Ruth Fulghum lilt; Lo- Nelle Smart, ii/i; rjllnt wheat, ll'.i: Mnry Helen Moore, 11; MI Morse, 11; M&rjorte Perry II" Henry Muery, 10',' 3 ; Russell' Leacliviile Society—Personal Miss Kobinson Will Make Kducallonal Tout Miss Dorotliy Robinson, daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. A. K. RoWnson, who Is a. senior at, Stephens col- Jesc ut Columbia, Mo., will leave Thursday on an educational lour to Mexico and points of Ihe South ern stales. The (our will include the. following cities: San Antonio, Tex; Monterey; Mexico City; cucrnii- vnca; Xoclilmlko; Coyocacair Gundalupc; the Pyramids of the Sun aw) Moon; pucWo; cholttla- KliiBbviile, Tex,; Corpus Christ I, TeN.; Baton Rouge, La.; New Or- Ifl r<, i, ' '*! tw&il-Jl lll'lj -^o., LJUWll HUIIKU. J-iil.; JNCVV U JO, Dorothy Ons, 10; Uoyd Flor- leans; LitUc Rock t'v a: r^d;nn A1 « Crt /?! i | la ° '' 4; m ' ThC BlX lmndwl sUl(icnls w '"l OMI n ; KRlhlee » Ashley 9. spend Easier Sunday in Mexico I Lot LmT^' 9 '^ orl£1Mlllr ' °i ?"» wh «« they will atlend Mass i-ojf> tucon o*.-j; Helen Mangi'tim * M~»I— • ^,- _ \ 8!!..; Vera Nowcll, 814; Milton Pnl- lerson, SVi; James Tann, 8H-; Katlieryn Wahl, 8!-i; Mildred VVea- Ihers, 8 1-4; Gregory Atkins, TA; Detsy Buchanan, 7!-i; Clarence Class ... . .- .- the members of the Ycnmnn Sunday Scliool class for (heir monthly business and .social meeting in : home of Mrs. '. P. Btirhnm nnd Mrs. Lee . . Maxwell acted as president and secretary in Ihe business session due lo the absence of Mrs. W. D. Kelly and Mrs. John Whilworlh who were ill. Nincly-fivc visits were reported during the past month. a new member ,.,„ Crockett of Thomasville, Missouri, former member of Ihe class, was itor. In Ihe Bingo games dial made the diversion of (lie evening, Mrs. Tucker was highest scoter nnd Miss j Grace Maxwell low scorer. Handmade lolly cards made by Mrs. Simill birds must hive larger "'ings, in proportion lo body "•eight, than large birds, and they must flap them faster. Johnson, Virginia Necdlism, , , .i; Emma Lou Phillips, Vli; Fred Wade, 71i; j'anora Mnllln-s, 6:i-4; Aline Crawford 6!i; Chris Tomp- klns. 6M.; Billy Browne, 0, Honorable mention went lo tire following students: Agnes Callls, Bill Chamblin, Augustus Crowe, Lura Davis, Mary Frances Fields, Geraldine Hammonds, Carllynn Hood, Plie Marie Kocnce, Mac Lovelace, Joe McClure, Edward McCormick, Sara McCiitchen, Bill Murdaueli, IA Vonne Redman, Juanlta Shelton, L. E. Staiford, Bill stovall, Beverly Tliomns, Herman Tinker, Vivian Viekers, J. D. Wldner. In the National Cathedral built more limn 300 years ago. Monda\4_ the American Ambassador nnd Mrs7| Josephus. Daniels will give a reception at the. Embassy for Ihc stu-. dente. In Uttle Rock, they will be received by Miss Willie A. Law-son, executive secretary of (lie Arkansas Education association. Church Announcement Omitted Saturday The regular weekly ch'iirch service announcement of Ihe Methodist Church was inadvertently omitted I r o m the church Announcement column of Saturday's paper. ' it! 'Hie gigantic soft drink trade owes UK inception to a Philadelphia pei-futncr, who mixed fruit juices. TV/ HEN colds cause BiilflUtig,sncez- » Ing. soreness, and Bluflluess In the nostrils UEC McnthoiaUmi. It fives quick relief from tticse discomforts nurt promotes liealltiy o£ the irritated mctnbrancs in tlic nostrils. Its vapors nlso reach d Into the ulr passages, bring BTfitolul comfort. AiBO rub some Mentholntum on your chest nnd bad: to improve the local blood circulation. Rub It on your forehead and temples to allay ncatlftche and neuralgia due tu colds. Womeii's 'Build-Up' Women's headaches, nervousness, > crani|i-llke pain may he symptoms' of functional dysmcnorrhoa; :tuc to I malnutrition, so often relWveu by CARDUI. Principal «-ay it helps is by increasing appetite', stimulal- Ing now of gastric juices and so Improving digestion and helping lo build pliysical resistance. Another way you may find CARDUI helpful In reducing periodic distress: Take 11 a lew days before and dining "the lime." Used for 50 years. Sign the New Register at the Ritz AI, jNHiHT CURK GABLE ^CRAWFORD .^"«»H*lMK «-.. , xK/«"'W* HUNTER. / , PAULIUKAS •Allicrt Dtkket '• -jfl '• £***<! Bronittrt . f diianic CiniMll t'arnmmnit & Coincily TUESDAY —PAL 2 :i'lmill('il rnr iiricc of I WOMEN >.» Comcrty ,fc ,\ovcliy Coming; Tuesday, ftlarch 26th [•'nr ii Week's Run K WITH THE WIND" t-AS'i' TIMES TODAY MAKES CHILD'S PLAY OF A MAN-SIZED JOBI 50',«' greater yv^lnni; — l.irst-r aluminum tub. r , .....urn \\ 7 ,ucr Aalon ch.iscs Jirt (mm all fabrics. ^"S'lifij insurance for sliiit lie prouij[uf yourwjahingnow. culurs.sitKs, tincry. Uo'ins time reduced, too. • WASHINGS never tied to be tiresome .i fi .,i,,! Compare it-for f«n,rcs-for gcnticr-css on every The new Miyng can lift your weekly vuslriii£ rijlit out of fabric-for s(x:c ; |-fot wasbinr- really rlcan.-I'oint fc.-, of the hard work dass the very first time you use it! jxnnt you'll find it's a true Maftir, And price it ... stellar /or I ox News • Coincily • ! TUCK., Wed., Thuvs. Mar. 19-20-21 I'a! Night 2 ailmillcd for (lie priic ef 1 1'tlinund I.ou'0 .tt)(l )!nsc llolinrl "Wolf of New York" Also siclco.lcrt shorts I-ook at tt—a beauty of a washer—big—jpjrlclinp—easy to k«f> clean—a washer you'll be proud of years from now! Examine it—sec its exclusive features —its tn'cd-and-tnic \vjihiii£ aids-n-atdi them wash a tubfol of grimy clothes dtati cjuickiy. Tty it-sec liow little thctc is for )«< to Jo v.-licn it takes over your washing job. Measure it-tlic tub is liutjc! Tim dig square cast-alumi- iium tub Joes more than holJ a big washing-it tccps the \vash water liot. ; i — -- jv. ,.*.,„. /VV tbt mitt ttinonnfal traibcr yea fan sun. It is hiiilt to last for yc.irs of craublc- frcc scrvicc-for years of better, gentler washings—for years of saving jea.' FREE TRIAl IN YOUR NOME-Tcy ^[JF^.tg tree at liumc. Pay for it as you use it with low, uiy payments. Your Miytag Jcalcr will give a liDcrat allowance on your oEd washer. Sec Mm today. Whitc or gray finish uptionat. Water liischar^e pump, at slight rxrra rosr. LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00;j, l i p.m. — 4:30 n.m. Phone Kill 224 Phoue Hoxy S33 EE YOUR JAfTAG DEALER TODA| yon waul in ;i nc\v washer. Ifonuliful—economical—Ihcro. Come in antl set- it today. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. \V. ADAMS, Mgr. 20(5 W. Alain Phone 233

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