The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 1, 1940
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PAGE T\VO RLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Tuesday Night Supper club. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at, Hotel Noble. Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Uoyd Stickmon. Miss Mildred Moore entertaining Double Q Bridge club, . Tuesday .Contract meeting wllh Mrs. John C. McHan'e'y. Mrs. J. Q. Trleschmanh entertaining Tuesday club. Mrs. Carleton Smlt-li Jr., having Tuesday. Afternoon club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. noscoe Craftbn. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Cotillion club meeting 7:30 o'clock al Home of Mr. ana Mrs. Win. Lawshc. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Dogwood Home Demonstration club sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, «(. Woman's club. Mrs. Charles Perry entertaining Si-Monthly Luncheon club. A7JC Bridge club meeting wilh Mrs. Harold Schnee. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham having Wednesday Bridge club. Kirs. C. Modlnger entertaining Town and Country club. Ladles' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting with Mrs. E. M. JafTc In Osceola at eight o'clock. Woman's Council, First Christian church, having annual Men Night prograiii, 7:30 o'clock, al church. ., Parent Teacher association, Sudbury school, meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting nt 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Richard Akle entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock, ut Joiner. Altar Society, Church of (lie Immaculate Conception, sponsoring blugo party, eight o'clock, at Ciith- olic Hall. Mrs. w. T. Obersl entertaining Thursday Rook club. Mrs. Charles Allord having Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon . club iuert- ing with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. , Double Four Bridge club meeting, with Mm. Ted King. . Mrs. H. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Mrs. C. W. Gnrrieau having Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Dessert club meeting wllh Mrs. D. Hammock. FRIDAY'S tVENTS Mrs. H. F. Kelscy Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge club. Mary' Frances Nunn entertaining B. U. G. club. SATUHDAy'ii EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Bij-thcvillc Girl Weds In St. Louis. Announcement of the iliarrliigc of Miss Geraldine Blship, formeriy of this city and now of St. Louis, mid Thomns \J. Farmer, of thnt city, is made today by the bride's mother. Mrs. Rcna Biship. The marriage was solemnized MpliBay, March 25, In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer will continue to make their home there where he is connected with a grocery store. Mrs. Farmer went to St. Louis ih September to spend several months ivllh her brothe Ivan Dish I p. Bits of News Mostly Personali Mrs. Clarence Vollmer, of Memphis, has been visiting Mr. Voll- iner here for several days. Noblest Roman of Them All Tape Measure Doesn't Fix Beauty Standards But Publicity Mer Still Seem To Think 83 MONDAY, APRIL l/l'J-W Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Works-Cable Of intereM r-jpcdiilly lii the Urnton and New survey ixnnmu- nllles Is (he wedding of'Mlss Inez Cable to Jnimv. J, Works, both of the New Surrey cuimiiunlly, which occurred In Hlyllicviilc on March Mlh. Their only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Howard BePrlesl Jr, The bride Is (he attractive daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Cable and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Arris. J. A. Works. Both arc prominent families of tlmt community. Mrs. Taylor Joins Club Mrs. E. L. Taylor was clcclcd as n neiv member of the Young Matrons liridge club of Sleelc Wednesday nrienuioii when they were cn- lerlnuicd In the home of Mrs. Tommic r-'rnkcs. She takes the place of Mrs. w. II. Calcs who Is leaving soon to make lier home in Joiies- boro. At this meeting Mrs. catcs presented crvch member with a lovely handkerchief as a farewell gift, Mrs. Gates received high wore award al bridge, Mrs. Marshal! liurrouglK. second high, and Mrs. I milled This handsome Dushanc hut of noiunn .striped silk twill is casual and comfortable enough lo suit the iirnctlcnl woman who likes boiinct.i simple, yet iU the same lime (lashing and exciting. Notice the up- lurned sides and tin; fringed ends al the buck. . , ,.„.. Mrs. Ernest Halseii was rrmovcdhcr'c. Ic lier home today from Walls hospital where .she recently underwent major operation. Mr. inui Mrs. j. j. raving have been visiting; relatives in Memphis over the week end. Miss Mary Spain Usrey. who nt- t'.nds Miss Wylic's School of Business Iii Memphis, spent Saturday nkht here with her mother. Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. W. T. O))Prsl will t(o lo Jackson, Miss., Saturday for a visit wllh her daughter, Mrs. Spnrgcon PMIerson, and rurally. She Is going down especially for the birthday of ' -r granddaughter, Vlvlnn. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hmidlr.slon nnd family, of Drinklry, spent the week end here with Mrs. Iluddlc- •iton's mint, Mrs. E. E. Stanley, nnd family. They came over especially to .see Mr. Itucldleston'.s niece. Mar- Iha Knrchnrd, who was born lo Mr. and" Mrs. Leroy Huddleslon Thursday. Mrs. Carroll BInkcmore nnd Mrs. J. Nick Thomas are spending today In Memphis having gone down lo be with Mrs. Blakcmorc's noph- cw from Covlnijton. Tenn., who is HI in a hospital there. Bin-barn Fox. oi Memphis, spent the week end here with Sue I'lcuf- fcr. Mrs. Martha Curler ami Mrs. W. H. Barrett, tilth ol Kcnnctt, wrrc the week cud guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon. The Rev. Milton Giuliani, ol Melbourne. «-h<> is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Giuliani, went In Memphis today to be wilh J. W. Antcn. who I.s in the li.-iptisl tem'lal there. Mr. Anton went ( Memphis Friday to undergo ox animation. Mai Mcllwain. ot ShrrvrpoK I l.a.. who formerly made his lionu friends, lie wtis reluming lo Shreveporl alter having uuendcd to business in Detroit for two weeks. David Orgel, of C»riitlier«riltc. is resting well al. niythi'villc hosiii- (al, following an 'appendectomy performed yesterday. Mr. anil Mrs. Dan Onnkin spcnl Friday in Jouesboro, Lieut. John o. DIckerson mid Lieut. Mllo Hccn. of. Camp Joseph T. Robinson al Uttlc Kock, spent the weekend here. They were gue.sts of Miss Patricia Shane alul her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. Horace Cult) of Pico lit"''', Mrs. Jnmes A. Waterman and Mr. ami Mrs. Pnnl Lcmm of Memphis, and Mrs. W. K. Leinin of .Syracuse, N. Y.. spent the week end hero as guests of Mr. and Mrs, John F. Li-nil and family. J. B. Husbands, n stmlrnl at Arkansas Slnlv Collcvic at Jonesboro. spent the week end heic with his parents, Dr, and Mrs. v. L. I Husbands. He was accompanied : liome by Ivor Morrison, of Evans- vlllc. Iml.. also a student at .Ion;.s- boro. who was the guest of the Husbands. Mrs. Husbands, Mr. Hus- 1 bunds and Mr. Morrison spcr.l Sat• nrday afternoon nnd Saturday | night in Memphis where they met „ j Mrs. Husbands' sister. Mrs. Givens ' Hornsliy of Columbus. Miss. Mrs. C. C. Langslon, Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mrs, Fred V, Kulher- ford mul MlssiVirglnin Nunn left ycstorday on «n Eastern trip. They plan lo spend two weeks in Washington. N. V., and curious points In Ihc Eist. Taylor, brklgb prize. The hostess served sandwiches; salad, relishes.- Jcllo with whipped cream and coffee. During the games she served candy and Iced drinks, H.-i.s IJciiefil ilridgr Mrs. Harberl Hudgcns was hostess to tho- first of a .series of bridge parties thnt are being giver, for the benefit of Iho Almnnae association Monday afternoon at her home in sleele. Each guest paid. 25c which is to be placed in the alumnae fund., A number ot other bridge parlies for the nsso- ciation arc lo be given. Mrs. nnxlcr Southern received high score award and the tow score award went to Mis. Walter Byrns of Micola. Mrs. Hudgens served a salad Plate with pineapple pie and colfec. 'itains iirlilgc HV I'AUI, HAUHISOX NUA Kcrvli-e Sl;iff Coric-suoinletit HOLLYWOOD. April l.-5nicre's nothing much sillier than the spectacle of a dance director 01 some | skin-show impresario applying n I tape measure lo n photogenic | Young thing in n bathing wiit for .the supposed [mi-pose cf determining whether she's .suitable lor a 1 job In a chorus. Your correspondent, who has fairly sharp eyes, has watched chorus castings all over Broadway and Hollywood, and I hnvc never .wen n tape measure put to practical use except In wardrobe departments. Yet, most of thn pholo- 1,'iaphs you see of such events show some famed connoisseur of pulchritude, complete with tape and an cxpresslM of professional detachment .calculating to a sixteenth of an Inch the ratio of hips to thighs. CAIlllOM, ADMITS ANYONE C(lUl.I) DO IT 1 am one who always has pooh- poohed the legend of Earl Carroll's wizardry in cutie picking. Any adult VYho doesn't happen to hi; a Turk or an Eskimo could select equally pretty ones, t also de-plore the Earl's taste in showgirls, most of whom are bovine-faced Junos who don bends and slither across Ihc slage while clutching slulled pheasants or boughs of apple blossom;; or something. But today 1 am able to acclaim Mr. Carroll as a right guv and an hohc.'il. one. bemuse he has ntl- thaf beauty-picking is a cincfi. Mr. Carroll speaking: •"You don't iicnd n laps measure lo pick a pretty girl. Standards of beauty arc pretty constant, and one man is Just as good a judge as another. The only reason I'm cnllccl an itutiiorlly is thnt beauty is by business; it's a commodity, and I'm a dealer in it." 111! JUST LOOKS AND THEN 1'IUKS 'iiiVl The production he mentioned is a picture m Paramount lo be called "A Night, at Earl Carroll's." This should provide a very nice plilg foe Ills huge, glittering tourist trap In Hollywood, and the ilhnusical probably will be about what you'd expect. For movie glorification. MV. Carroll will use his own cast of about 50 girls plus a like number chosen from the town's chorus ranks. 1 watched Ihc preliminary selection of the newcomer.?. They ........ ....,,.-, ,»,jii5i. vv'iiir . >•«.. \>* mi, JJL IH.L'IJILI.^. lllt'V .SilulV- Mrs. E. W. McCanii enleiitunecl 6(l l| p by the hundreds, nil shapes her rnilrsduy Bridge club of Cooler ancl •' iize5 . a "d of nearly all ai;es and one guest, Mrs. Jack Rushing. " Thursday night when she had hei home decorated ill spring /lowers. " spent the week end line ivilh FLAPPERFANNY By Sylvia Towusendites Hear E. E. Alexander Talk H. K. Alexander spoki; on thr. .subject. "Petition Ready for .yimui- lure of N[>\V mil in Lower House at Wiishinslon" at tin- nu-cling o f I lip 'nnviiseiHi club N<>. o::c rridiiy "l5hl al lhr roml house, The flnsh bulletin \vus read tlur- 1 ln.5 the pri)»rnni period .-it which time Ihe visit ol Uv. 'l^nviiii-iHl ami Mrs. n-nnklin O. Knwvcll was dis- j cnssrrt along wilh Ilir nnlforin |>rn- ' At bridge" Ihc high score award, n red nnd while ciiilery set went lo Mrs. Rushing; second high, dish lowels, went • lo Mrs. w. H. Pul- Uam and bridgo award, a kllchen set went to Mrs. Tom.Lewis. Mrs. McCanh served hot limales slaw, crackers, relishes, caramel pic topped with whipped cream and Iced drinks al seven o'clock and laler served iced drinks during Ihc BIIIIIBS. Mrs. Tom Lewis is'hostess lo llu. club next week. Mrs. W. A. Carter accompanied Miss Wnma PuckeU to Jelterson City over the weekend where Hie laller will represent Pemiscol county »l the State Student Assembly ai the slate capital. She won the right lo go by a recent examination. Mrs. Robert Rushing, ol Cooler accompanied by Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Henderson, ol llayli. spent Tuesday in Memphis. Hiiss Rlnelmrl entered (he Veterans' hospltnl In Memphis this week ivhcre lie is to undergo spinal Ire.ttmciil. Mr. and Mrs. Hooper Azblli were in Blj-thpvillc Thursday lo pee "Gone Wllh the Wind." J. L. Ut-riinin and Clarence Fun- dcrtmrk returned Wednesday nfler severnl days business visit ( n ^In- ciiniali. Ohio. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer \Vntersspcnl yesterday in IJIythoville where IJiey were guests ol Mr. and Mrs Jim- I ink- Caldwlck. I Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hudson, ivho | for some lime have been living in Siki-ston. arc leavins; .soon lo tmike tiirir home in Vnmlnlin. III. .Mrs. O.ta Mpscmnb, who has been sick scvt-ml months, was Inken lo Iho Mrmphi.s Methodist hospital In ;ui ambulant - Thursday Herbert Kiriiimiunilh nnd T. W i ""'' lc •"•'"' wil1 remain .several days GofoiMi were r-lectiM lo captain lhcl vvh ". c tn * ;i "P Ircalnicnls. memVrslilp drive during the month i Miss ' len >' Miles Rushing i.s of April. The for March i Tending "'is week in Hayti with j hrr srnndmolher. Mrs. gallic Har; ''is. aud fiitnily. Mi."s li.iclicll Diviney spent Ihc drsl of (lib week in Havli with I'fflallvrs. Mrs. J. u. chapman. Mrs. l>. . corniest tor winch was lic-,irt«! by Mrs r.ofoilh and Mrs. L mli i gjji;' Vcsultcrt in .1 ! tic brlHecn the («-<> (e:im-i. They I will ciiteitiiin wilh a wiener roas'l j luralay ni s ln A \ 7;3n oVlt)l . k .„ | tlie Goforlh home 215 VV I street. F. K'.rbj- Bros. Drug Co. nntl Kot'm.srn's Ding Co. i"Now, Jet's •understand each other-do I hafta be'a fine,. • - brave,-big girl or can lyell?" ' ' fl F.XPEUT MKAIITV WORK CALL 106 A J;;r mctll Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCESENSIBLY Swedish MassAje, Yap. luths Mrs. Ruth r^whon Washer Need Tuning Up? JUST (flVK US A CAM, KOH KXPKUT WASHING MACIIIMO SKKVICK —All Slakes— PHONE 233 We have weiutd the service,', of Mr. Phillip i-nc. a factory trained Maytag Service Man. HARBAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Sciricc On All Makes .Radlos^-Dcfrlgcrators 20S W. Main Phra 233 riicy were mostly in bjilliing siiils or shorts and sweaters VJ itood patiently In long lines as lie cvlcwed them 20 at a time. He'd scan each detachment from the front, then turn 'em sideways lor an up-and-down prolilc. "Numbers 2. 8, a ancl 17 step over here, 1 ' he'd say briskly. "The rest arc excused." In about an hour he had cut out Dogwood Club To Have Supper, Dance A pie supper ami an old fashioned square dance will be sponsored tomorrow night by the Dogwood Home Demonstration club members ! al eight o'clock at their club house, Anyone who wishes lo bring a pie or is interested in buying n pie is invited to attend, the officers said when they madj Ihc announcement. The Annapolis valley of Nowi Kcoliu produced 2.600.000 arrcls of apples during MB. 2,200.000 of the told being for domestic and export markets. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly II you suffer from rheumatic, ar- llirllis or henrllls pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe that thousands are using. Get a package ol Ku-Ex Compound today. Mix it with a quart of water, add the 1 juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. No trouble at all and pleasant. You j need only 2 tablespoonsful two I times a day. Often within 48 hours j —sometimes overnight — splendid I results are obtained. If Ihe pa]ns [do not quickly leave and if you do not feel belter, Ru-Ex will cost you nothing to try as it is sold by your druggist under nn absolute money-back guarantee. Ru - Ex Compound is for sale and recommended by Klrby Bros. Drug Co. and good drug stores evcryivlicic. • l-'ai 1 ! Carroll liholcgra pliers. the measuring- rilnal is jusl for Sergl. York May Kim For Congress To Hoi i) Keep America Out of War PALL MALL. Tenn. iup>—Sergt Akin York, who was one ol America's g'rciilest herccs in the World War. may run for on a plalform designed to keep Ihc nation from entering Ihe European conflict. It. was some 25 years ago that the big. broad-shouldered mountaineer threw a rifle over his shoulder and marched to a recruiting office to "join the army and fipht for Democracy. He went, overseas with tiic 82nd division and became famous one winter niglil in Ihe Argonnc forest ',vhcn he captured more than 100 German scUiicre ftiiflc handed. A few months Inter Ihc Armistice was signed and York came back to ti\e United Slates lo he acclaimed a htro. Congress awarded him Ihe Congressional Meilal of Honor. He was clicercd and fcled. But soon he came tatk to his home here in Ihc Tennessee hills, married a unlive mountain u'ith him recently about (lie posed picture. "The Life of Sergeant York." If the picture is pro- : duccd this yenr. Uisky wants York I to go to Hollywood for a few months as adviser to the director. York and his wife arc the parents oi seven children. The eld- t£l, Alvin York. Jr., 19. is married and a farmer of Ihfe community. York al present is nerving as superintendent of the Cumberland stale park nc^ir Crossvillc. Tenn. K IT Z Sign the New Register at the Ritz LAST TIMES TODAY "Gone With The Wind" Uuliiiera .-it 10 a.m. ,t 2:00 p.iii. Night Show 8:110' [i.iii. TUESDAY — PAL The word "pomade" is derived from the French woixl "rojinme," or "apple," because sviclk hair dressings originally were ' made from apples. Read Courier News Want Adi Also Comedy A- iN'ovclly admitted for price of 1 girl and dropped from public sight. Now York wants to run for Ccn- _.nui K 81'ess nnd use his influence lo prc- Carroll's secretary i vcnl Ihc United Stales from enler- tape measure and I "H! another "war lo end wars." Annually, approximately 40.1)1)1).-OU feel of lumber are consumed m Ihc manufacture of Jcad pencils ofr American use. McCulclun and Miss Mary N C \V| •Can ww visitors in Meuinliis f'hursday. Clay Lewis underwent 1111 operation at a hospital in Roswell. New Mexico, (his \veek for .sinus troubb aha K rccovcri.rq nii-ely. He became nl while oh a business trip in (hat city. .Mr. and jtrs. Earnest Kobrrlson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Little and Miss Mclba Kenlcy spent lasl wr-k- riid in si. ixxiis. . Mrs. Floyd Wng.sliT. Mrs. (llvi-n White, Mrs. I.innic Duke, iivs Rucl Aslier. Mrs. Tom H 0 ]>pcr. Mrs. Ousi Cooiicr .1111] Mrs. Tom Lewis won' in BlyUu-villc yeslerdav to sre "Clone Win, |),c Wiiid." Mrs. El«ood Blown and children of Cape (liraidoaii. will spend next week here wilh her fattier 1, C Spencer, and other ich.livcs. She Hid Mi. !!vow:i 11 n- iilanning ui nove to Chicaj:n m ihn nrar futuic-. BINGO PARTY IVnliirsiKiy S p. m. •]( rsMlu-iillc Wnniun'.s Club Dogwood Demonstration Club i3 lor closer inspection and lo whether they could dance. There •vcrc tall, short, skinny and plump oiies In ih e bunch. Uy this lime the photographers were restive, si) Mr. handed him ne began wrapping it nroiind I "' •'">) seriously considering innk- \vaists and ankles while the buys i ins Ihe race," he said, "but have jOt their publicity stills. ' I »ct decided definitely yei." —— I York declared Ihat Ihc United • States should slay out of Uic present war but should be strong in national defense. If York does make the race, hcj will oppose Rep. Albert Gore. U., Tenn.. who is representing thr -Hh Tennessee congressional district. York claims credit tor helping Ihc people of his coiniiiiinit.v in many ways during the past 20 years. Ho has led the light for new roads and new public schools, lie has organized nnd built his own Bible school In^re where the teaching ot, evc.lntton is barred. The principal thing winch stands in the way of his making the lace. York said. Is Ihc Hollywood project to mate a million picture of Jii.s life. Producer Jose L. ky Has had several conferences Women get "Build-up" A good way to relieve periodic dts- comfoil from functional dysmenor- rhea due to malnutrition, such as headaches, nciTousne.'S. cramp-like pain, many u-omen nnd is by CARDUI. It usually sharpens appetite, iiicrc.-ise.s flow of gastric Jmccs and to aids digestion, helps build resistance to periodic distress. Another way C'ARDUI tn«y help yon: Take II a few days before and during "Ihc lime.' 1 CAIt- DUT has been popular lor at! years. CAK1) OF THANKS We w-jsii lo thank our Iriends who were so nice and goood lo our mother. Mrs. U M. Boyd. while in tile hospital; especially the W.M.S. of Varliro, Tin: club uf Oosnctl and also Mrs. llawkuin. May God i-h each and every one 1 . Her Children. Freshest Stock Guaranteed I5esl Prices Kirby Drug Stores NOW SHOWING THRU MONDAY For nislit s\, om all seals an- re-rrvcd. Tickets arc now on sain ni iio.v nfhec . . . Weekday matinrfs ,,ill hr usual ronliminKS rprrnrinanrcs with no r^rrvcrt M;.|S. . . (Vinr anvliiur frm.i 10 ,\.M. ,, n lo 2: is f.M. nml srr : , ,.„„,,• | Mr .,,,„„: . . _ SU|1 . nay iiinlitirc will be reserved, show starts at ',> I'M Vo" will see il here cxaclly «v slionn at j| s rWil' AtliUila \Vorld I'miucrp. GONE WITH THE WIND Mail Orders Nc.w Accepted Tickets nn Shows (,S p.m.) nil seals reserved Simtlay Jlat. (2 p.m.) nil sc:its reserved 2 incl. l:i\" 2 incl. lax Weekday MtUs. Continuous. Not reserved 7f>c incl. lax THEATRE Blythevill This Poilcy Must liave . JIiVl'tiS'KK liVEKV DAV THIS WEKK LAST T1JIKS TODAY rest Continuous Also Comedy TUKS., WK1)., & THUKS. . 2 adniiUeil for Die price of 1 Our huriiil insniiitu'? yi is now one of thp Inrgcst in this section . . . about. 10.000 members . . . all assured of complete burial protection at low cost. II will pny yon In investigate our plan. -.'•r'-^-ar' I t i\-<t. -*VC*T?*-.\ till A NfW UNIVERSAL PIClURU in Tuesday, April 2nd Also Seleclcd Shorts Funeral LISTEN TO KI.CN 11:00 a.m. —12:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. Medical Wilh ASS t 1 lluil tliovo i.s ;tm<mjr tui'ii for (he -.„.- as sl;:h'd in a recent jirliclc l>i- ])r. ( loiuioning, woll known physician and w'riti'r tiso of Logon REDICE Wii.ii Massage Our iT(ludtik r iri-at.inciils iirt- sensible ami r.nlirH.v hiinnlcKs, Hall us for tin appointment. In ;u!<lil.u>n £» ralucinjr, nias.siyc is beneficial Tor the following: intisciilar ah'o|)liy— to iiKTOa«: metabolism— to lessen si-ar tissuv— to assist, circtilulion— for .sedation or siinmlation of Uio nervous system— to improve Iho siiin and its ftmclions. SWKDISII .MASSACE— VAI'OK liA'l'HK Mrs, Ruth Lawlion AT Margarets Beauty Shop

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