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BLYTHEVILLB. ; (ARK.) t NEWS TUESDAY,-JUNK 20,: 1939. . .COURIER NbWS . . COMTUMBNJfAR* TICKET ~VUl: Admit CLAPPER FANNY ** sytvu l . C0ffi UMlTMASMViet I* T M RtO.ll S f« <X'— Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs O. W McCutclien cnlcrlaln- Ing Town and Countiy club Bl-M<nthly Luncheon club meeting lUth Mrs Sheldon Hall Miss Mary Virginia Culler cnter- Uming ADO club THURSDAY S EVEN 1'S Mrs, E"d Cock entertaining Double Four Bridge club Mrs * B 1 Joyner enterhlnbig Thursday Contract club FRIDAY'S EVUNTS Elmwood Cemeierv association sponsoring bingo parly, eight pm at American Legion Hut Mbs Brown and Fiance CompUnwntid at Party / Miss May Dlxon was hcsless fo 1 dinner party Salurday night I compliment to Miss Jessie Brow and John J m>nor, whose en gagemenl mas recently nnounccd The eight guests were cnteitnlned at the home of Mr and Mrs W B McMullin Pink and white we the colcrs in which the dining tab was decorated Pink sweet peas ai rose buds formed the ccnterple of the table and were also use; to bank Ihe miniature bride .u groom arranged before Ihe gucs of licnor Cards ormmcnted tfiui white buds marked the places where t guests were seated for the fo course dinner. About, tlw living room the hos ess had arranged bouqucts>cf sw peas and rosebuds in pastel shad Uancin^ follow Ld dlmwi \* ' * MtthodM Circles M«' The study of the book "Prophets of Israel, by members ot Ihe Woman's Missionary society of Ihe First Methodist church, was con tinned seslerday afternoon when they met in circle meetings Mrs r D Smith and Mrs James Hill Jr were hcstciscs to nine members iOf Circle One nt the Bits of News Mostly Pefsoriali Mlts Alice Sallbi and Mlis Vera Sflllba will leave toino^ow foi Ifardy vMicre <hC> will enter Kamp Klwanlt 'Ihey wllll be motored over by their parents, Dr and Mri, A, Sallba. find nU(i( SRllba Miss rera Sallnft will be assistant rowiilc cctlnseltor tni\ Miss Alice ,. jrcd. He is connected; with Xl t i';i he Universal Credit company, Mr. and' Mrs.-.Ed Lawla'ni of Muncle, Ind,,'were, Iho.-overnight guests'of Mr. aild Mrs. W. S. Langdon last night. They were on route lo NevV Orleans. Mrs. Law'lard lived here about 20 years ago. She Is Ihc former Miss Ina Langdon. Jim F. ilarwcir iitis rituriici from Dc'cai'ur, Ala., where he was called because of Iho very scrloxi llnoss of his-sori, Holmes, who i now much Improved after liavln been stricken suddenly 111 o :olltls. : : Don; kalbiiciicr, who lias been attending the Elgin Watoli factory '" alibft will he lit apprentice oiip to be tridned for a coilij- llor 'Iht former will r6lUrh July bill hef slslef will rtmiiln for vleck. longer Mri> R F Klrshner Ib rtsupcr- Smith home Mrs B A Lvnch taught the Bible studj < Mrs Riley B Jones presented the Bible stiidy before si\ members of Circle TKO who met at Ihc fiome of Mrs Henry Humphrey Airs W G Htggmson vvns co hcstess THe devotion*! for Circle Three was given bv Mrs B N Hill at the home of Mrs Eicrctt B Gee THe Bible study wns presented to the 18 members b> Mrs W T Oberst FvUrteen members of Circle Foil Were enlcrtainca at the home o Mrs E D Ferguscn when Mrs Sallle Hubler was co hostess Mrs Charles digger Jr led the de^o tUhal, and Mrs M O Ubrcs the Bible s.uds Has Birthday Partj Bobble Chiles, son of Mr mis Mrs Bob Chiles celebrated lit Bflh birthdav yesterdav aftem-on when he entertained n of his friends with a parly at his home After games and contests were rhli plajed, refreshments of Ice cream were and cake with lemonade were served Balloons Ivcre given for favors ' Mrs Chiles was assisted in serving by Miss Dorothj Nlch-ls of Kelser, and Miss Ann Weedman "I lliqiight you sale! we'd hafla walk only five miics' "Oil, I riicftht it uocatighla itcie.' luring the social hour which followed * * * KccutUfc Doarrt llns Dlitc.li l.nnchcoif The Baf field home of Mis J C His was Ihc scene ycslcrdav of the luncheon lor mcmbcis ot the xeciitive board of the Woman's Council of the Ftvsl cluislliin Imrcli , Lnhch vvns served bullet stvle rom the dliilng lable draped sith a cut work cloth wllli a cell erpiccc of mixed suimnei flowers SmnlPbouqUets of sweet pehs were urnngcd in the ccnteis ot the mall lables. al which the 18 B»csls cic scaled The business meeting was open ormcd ytsterday at U.- Mailan clink, Shb Is at her honic n the North hlghwav. Miss Zclmk Shearer of Caruth- rsMilc spent the vicekond liere «Uh her stint, Mrs It E Smith Jirri Hlght, who li&i been making itb homo hi L'Uisvlllo, Miss, ins Irrlvcd to be connected with Ihc sngstmi-Wrolch Motoi companv Mr and Mrs Charle-. Sallba am daughter, of Florencfc Ala, caftic yesterday lo spend the week will Mr flnll tors, Fred Sallba Mrs C G Kites spent Slinda' Ih Union City, fenn, with he daughter, Mrs J W Dunn Jr and Mr, Dunn Mrs Byron Bartholomew an four children, of Memphis, spent Elgin, III.; lias returned- here, to be (onncclcd wltli Guard's jewelry Store. : Dr. aild Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mr. mil Mrs. Roy Nelson" and. Mrs W. M, Taylor spent Sunday Ilopklhsvllie, ky. Mr. and MCrs. I.. B. Bonlsh ant Mr. aild Mrs. Jcsscc BHtA wcrt • U Jdiiesborb list night for the Ens (Crh Arkansas Young Melt's clnl dance at tl(6 Coinriiiifitly center They wire guests ol the Johcsboro Ktivanls club. Miss Gloria Martin has relurned C from A m n pc at o, *r- Miss Gloria Martin has relurhe, orhttl y^Uy^ {he JonhLn-.hoine from lildgely, Tdnn wlicr ic was Ihe giiest of Miss Ah Ilcagaii, Steele-C.Oolef Society-^Persohetl 'liic little" (laughter born to ^ and Mrs. Ralph Barnett. lasl'wc lias bceii named Joan Marie. Mr. arid Mrs. Mclvln Palters of Flint, Midi., have arrived for n visit • wltli • liiis former's < parents, o eren , he wrekentl .Ore as guest,s of Mrs Ulr. arid .Mrs. J, F. Patterson. Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Hoiiier Waters spent 01' Mississippian Mlss Sclma Hardtn, above, became Tiiptlb, Miss., In a ceremony sol, ., ifnmcd Silnday afleriibbn at the •'list Bdptlst church. Mrs. Davis Is Mrs. Hrillr'cd's daugh'- and Mrs. PowclL Oscciola — Personal , Frank PoUcr^of Paragould,' ration, Including • Ihc Passing on ft Friday for a month's vacation applications for membership. v. nl Lake Taneycomo and the Mis- iOlirl OZiirkS * UttfltU U*l V**v ovtvivvH^^ttit u->iy^ow^ »« * i i cuiiiimn «nri soil wKosorvcd in the' ColciUAl vV'ars. ,^/btek, T'Mb. ™ **•:** -OR.? 20 sjateVin Ufo c for the week, as the guests """ «"•""' haw <-" a nt« s . 1 Mrs. A. L. Webb and other datives of Mr, Sullivan. Mrs. J. B. Biinn aiid daugWer, larthn Jaiie, returned •yesterday rom Perryville, Ark., where they invc spent the past two weeks (siting her pareiitS, Mr. -and Mrs S. A. Bowch. Eva Woodsoii atid Francis Convoy Went on the weekend excur- oii to Pensacola, Fla. Mrs. A. L. Boyce ad Mrs. Clar- rnce Grigsby are In SI. Louis to .lircc days visit wllli relatives I'liey were accoiiipaiiled by Mn> Boyce's daughter, Mrs. AnthiirNel sou of Pampa, f ex., who Is her on a visit. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Kealhle Mr find Mrs. William Kealhle and iieiiry keatliley of Dyi Tenn.. spent Silnday here as U cuesUs of Mrs. Keatlilcy's broth ijiirwc!i anil' falni eligibility for membershhip ,1 : based on'lne services of an anceslor Ik wiio served in tiio; Coicmai; v.i/or« ~ There'; are ofily 20 states ii iion .which have chapters. Besides Mrs. Weiuinann, other iicefs are: Mrs. J. N. Barijetl, Jalcsvllle', first vice president; Mrs. ciiier Sloan;' Market! Tree', secoiid ce president; Mis. Uoss Matlils, ottch Plant, third vice president; Irs. Hunter Giraiilt, Llltle Rock, ec^cfary; Mrs. Sid B. ficc(d!ns, Jttle Kock, Ircasurcr; Mrs. T. D. laiiibo, Widener, historian; Mrs, Vlliiani Mo: re Scott, Uttle nock, haplnin; Mrs. Hughes S. Monague, Lltlle Hock, gcnealcglst. Total weight of metal In the.lull! and machinery of the Queen Mary, raiis-Alianllc liner, exceeds 50,- ubo loiis. C. M. They vverc acc'omjianlcd liorfic by their daiigliler, Catherine Kealh- icv wiio had been Hie guest of the Harwell family for the past two weeks. , . , . Mr and Mrs. Hardiiie Boslick linti as weekend giicsli liis parents Mr and Mrs. J. H. Bostick "' Ml. anu i* 1 . 1 -',- "• . • — "kii Mrs uavis is wire. JIUHH.-UB "»"s"- Columbia, Tch'ri., aiid his brother icr aiid is A sister (o Mrs. Yanccy |i,yu-l Boslick and family of Miami cipis . Vernon Winto'n, nrsl'cellist with Fla. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Scgrnvca ac coinpanietl his mother, Mrs. Slier rod Scgraves, to Trenton, Tenn Sunday where she will remain nn extended visit with nh aim Mrs. Annie Tyre'e. Mrs Ira Wrighl has been quit ill for the past ten days with throiit infection. Miss Mary Brow Western Uiiloiv operator at Rode sn La, is here to supply for Mi wlighl Hi-the local office duni with thtlr B rand- -r Ihc pitst ,'teii Hays there returrie'd spend tv Jr" and Mis Paul L Klnny and I home''vvilh them son, Jhnmv, arc spending the week Mrs. Charles Hnmc-n .i! J. _...! *I~~ /~l1nii(1n \ATlltJ- the Memphis Symphony Orches- .. ^ Mrs w - p . Ha]e S JK traj accompanied by John Parker, . -, .^ cVawfordsylllc with the member of the faculty of ine' '^ H lc n j ld Mr g Hare. wcrc ' b °Mr! aiid Mrs. Fred Crockett of T.Mcis SolfC, Nouj l)fo|>s ctiacks MALARIA |iii7i!«risinil rcliavcs COLDS »\Vohcicriui (EH) B*erylKiri^ for 1°™ * nt « ir "' taihmeni a«d comfWt; Witth Society fife 6i Cotinef NeW* F«f Free Show Gaetti has rc- v arc spenng e we . "nd Mrs Claude Wlnt- lurned aflcr a visit with relatives ll'i M unrtn Mrs E * Simmons and nicer Mis Carey C. Raborn, and Mi Mcniphis College of Mysie, guest'artists Sunday. the Their mrs l r uuiMii »*.j • Mrs. William Statouin ami son, Mis Cnrev U itararn, uuu ^. , Billie, have returned homo alter R.born of M» t hona, Miss, ic-lurn- several days visit vvilh relnl.ves in d \cslerday afternooii from points points of Mississippi. _ _ Sonlh Cnrollnn and lonest Mrs. C. B. Henr^ ; nnd dang tcr C where they visited rel- Carol, ol Wahnit Ridge Ark have Hy N I c wncrc uiuy Mbuvii n.. ivyu.^,, w. •, .,T -" i\ •• uiu mav uny H.IHH ,,,,, 1 ...^" -«. sKics foi ten dajs Mr and Mrs. I bceii the guests of lliei. ..-- 7 - tlie Girl Scollls during the sum- , ,(, ( R [m ,| njs i,a r c Uiid grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. iner will be (helot lomonnvv ,il IV1UUI " .' . _ . !„_,.,-- r.,.ici;<«or Wiiiicr Pnr n , ..frs W C Hlgginson, commissioner of Ihc local ccnncil l<Xl " ct Mtles Ineludln- swlmmlne are being planned foi Hcfoi-e returning home Noble cutsliiger. were "Liebestrnum" . by Liszt; and 'Canlilcna'' by Goltermann. Mr.-Wintoii has recently received a scholarship to Hie Eastinan College of Music in Rochester, N. Y., and will eiitbr in the fall.'He is a nephew of E. S. Driver of ihls clly. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Wiritoii; came up with Hirii ibf Hie day and were guests in the Driver home. here for th'rec [lays Crockell's mother, TUESDHY AL MAflNBB & NlGHT ttdmittcd for the price of i Miss NeTll Simmons of Hen in, Miss-Vera McArthur,,. who with III is the guest Miss Vcra Sn- friends from Carnthcrsville has been lib, and oter friends here and on a southern tour has returned in Stc'cie tills vvcck home. Homer Slii'deht Hulchlnsoii of Griffin. The business nieeliiiB was open , nskc( i lo bllnE d with pinier by Mrs ails prcs I £ £ hmctics cut of Ihe Council WoiV was out- b „ , vv hied for the new veiti which be Ins July 1 t ilas lllrllnilj- I'iri> \\hHi In lln,, HoipUil Mrs Relic George who observed The allair ntid o'clock begin nl nine continue until one 'Poiiialo Neivs ranged n small partj in her hds-, hospital ^^ ^^ Q{ ^ Doe^rand niirses VVML invited Tomato school, went to Blslheviile fni nfrrtiiiiinls of ce cream Snluiday lo spend n few dajs be- a Mi nd Mrs",, White were "Fronds here wil, regret to learn In Memphis fcstertlav vvhcic Mrs. that Mrs. G. W. Cook, who with 'ShRc «S»iX an eve socialist;;:hft r tft ,nily .„ spendte tlic, summer Mrs W F Brewer who lias been, ill their cabin nt Northport, Ala, cmltc ill tor n month is now slight-', h ns undergone an appendectomy at } unpiovca and nble to have com- a hospital,ln Ttiscaoosa, An. b t f will be .pleased lo, learn lhat ^sljo Sara Jo Little left this is;recovering:, ^' , •'''i, )! «'.y;j mining for Thornberg, Aik., Mr. and Mrs Rnlph . pcdf heic she will be booUecpei In and -daughter, Bet.lc of Sa> Cninp Oimchltn for sK webks She bkla., have arrived for sas moigred ns far as Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Guss oy Mis-, I-rnnces Llltle, Miss Mary |,Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Spain Usies and Miss Jane Bian- and Ga, hns been Ihc hoiiseguest of Edwnrd Tcaford for the prtst several days. Mr, Hiilchihson Is a clnssiriale of Mr. Teaford and vvas graduated from Georgia Tech in Atlnntn June 5,-with n degree !n mechanical nnd acronauliciil engineering and will enter the Nnval Air Corp-', nt. Pensacola,. Fla., m September. He is also president of o: D. K., national scholastic fra- icrmty of engineers. Both young inch left Monday afternoon for Fort Smith where Mr. Hulchin- sch Is to he n groomsman in th? Tea ford-Rogers wedding on Wednesday. • • Mrs. Marviri -,Named To H & W, Post Mrs. Mnfvlii H. Rtibmsbn was appoinled one of five members who will compose the Council of- he Arkansas Society, Daughters of th Colonial Wars, at a lurichecn meet ing Thursday In the home ol th orgfoiizlng prcsitltinlj Mrs. John Weinmnnn, of Little Rock. Tlic council will meet in Octobc Wagsler. MLss Wnndn ICelley has rclu..—- ^'"Mta Titiic'and Mta Brnnsbu liionie after n visit with her brother, Mil return to night but Miss Us- Talbcrl Kelley nnd Mrs Kelley. 6y will be the overnight gllesl oil/Mrs. H. I, Casey spent the ln ^ r .Will Attend Camii. »,»:„ ,, E west Ji ,pi>rl cf Ihc week in Bells and Anna Mcr]e M!isscy , petty Jean Mr nnd Mrs v E W Avcn aiid | •rrcntoii, Tenn., with relatives. Mr. tojcmjui and ibsey nriver. nc- Mr nnti Mr5 v r, w (»«;ii ..n- ^.ui.n,.., . — .••-. ----- laughters, Fmilj Jane mid Nancy .Casey and her father J u b Earl of Boston, lire spending two Uyards went over and spent suniMj vccks here with Mts Aich i mb- thcr Mfs J S Dillnlmntj -xm! ' a'iid accompanied, her home Miss Mary •> Francs Derby ... , . . Ulcml fish i William Dingier wa»i removed t I the Walls liospttnl In Bljlhevllle Mondfiy to undergo an appcndcc rhlrtj sis Blstlievllle people who ^artV'^S ^'Sn Llunch and lh«lr husbands, were hpr Mrs J o unuuiuiiv^ vn' i. ivus.-, u.m.j - ...----. . ani'lv nnd Mr Aieiys iniculs in peering s jlent last week-her^vvilli 3sceoli Mr and Mrs George Av- | her sister, Mrs. Hans^ Beedlngs. iry. Mr. Avery. is -radio engineer r Ihe Boston Navy ynr.d. Miss Frances McHriiiey is resting ell al Ihc Wnl.ls hospilal follow, f u |s M?s Bob lo ". an nppchtleclomy performed bt nlBlit Mr and Class Ilas Shower For Miss Era Wright Members ol the Beta Chi biln- day school class Ot Ihe First Presbj- terten church had a pantry shower lor Miss Era Wrighl, one cf Ihclr hiembers TV ho recently moved into art aparlmenl, last night when th. met at Ihc home of Mrs Jess While in the monthly social session Mrs James A Ovcrholscr, leader ct the program, read the short stcry, "The Monkeys Paw 1 by W W Jacobs A business meetuig presided over by Mrs G W Dillahunty In Ihe \ absence of the president, preceded the program It was decided to discontinue the monthly serial meetings during the summer months The next meeting will be the first, Monday in Scplcinber The gills fcr Miss Wri°ht were carried to her apartment following the party, as she vvns unable to attend because of illness A dessert course of banana Ice cream and cakes *ere served Mrs White had decorated her home In Radiance roses quests nt n llsh frj given In Svmsett J nrk nt Bnssctt lasl nighl Tlie htists sliid hostesses foi the I illnir were Mrs I O Wcslbrcot. 3r, Mr and Mrs I O Wcslbr ok Jr, and Mr ind Mrs Don riet-j ler, of Joiner. ' I Sw hunting and Icnnl' cnlcrtalrtd At The Hospital* VtchlUi, Kans, will arrive nlilny visit here Marlha Clark, clly, ildinllled. Mrs Rov Bcuvcrs cits dlbinlsscd Waits Hospital Airs. 12d Smith, clly, admitted •Mrs. Annie Cuih'pton, Pascola Admitted. Mis? Frances McHancy, city, nd Missionary I'llucallon * milted Of Ybi'mj I'boiilc Sludicd I Jan Wavne Rajder, oils, dis " rhe ^Issicn in Rtucullon of missed . 1 •• • Memphis D»|itis< Htsiiital Mrs, S. H, Langston. EtowaU, [id th6 group before supper which vvas erved on 'luc, pavllllon. MiKio'rfary Js Glicsl At Auxiliary l AUMJl'E} iru,cn».& T Miss Sue nmes, missionary lo China, who Is visiting her niece Mrs Boyd Finch, was a guest at the meeting ol the Woman's Aux• llisry of' the First Presbyterian church yesterday ht thd ehurch j She spoke to the group aboul ' Ihe situation fts she sees It in China The olher number on the program was an "Interview With S^vSK IWihe Missionaries' told bv Mrs J E Beasley. who «fts hi ' charge of Hie Program MrS'B cf Allen led Ihe devo- -^tlorial which was opened with soil OHI Young People was the sub ject of the Royal Service program presented ycslerdny nlternoon before 52 members cf the Woman's Missionary Unjcn of the I'lrel Baptist church. Mrs. Marion Williams, leader of the program, gave the Bible study from. the 44lli chapter of Genesis after the .-W. M. U. Hymn nnd Watchw'ord were repealed. Prayers were drTered by Mrs. H, L. ChAm- bers nnd Mrs. Llcyd Stickmon. Talks on the pr;gram Included 'Youth nnd the Gresit Commission' by Mrs. Hnrry Fritzlus, "W. M. U. Young People's Work" bjr Mrs. Theodore Logan nnri "The Miirgaret Fund" by Mrs. R. G. Cash. A playlet, "Review of Organization," was presented by Mrs. Ellis Snipes, Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mrs. I,oj9ri and reprosentntives from each Auxiliary. Billie Jo Taylor' rcpresenlcd the Girl's Auxiliary; Harry Brooks, Uic Royal Ambassadors; : Mrs.' Lloyd Stickmon, Young Woman's Auxiliary; Peggy Ruth zachry, the Sunbeam band. The meeting was closed Illh^n hymn and. the benediction; """ ~ Great Commission," by Mrs Mrs Charles Bhck.pt Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Spencer ot Slcelc and their guest, Paul Eugene Milbrcdt of .loincr, Ark., were dinner "iiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ashcraft ol Csotcr Silnday. Mr and Mrs. Frank Woods have returned home utter a visit with relatives in Muni'. La. Mr. ami Mrs. Chris Davis and compnnied by Mary Catherine Rose of Roseland, will leave Thursday for Silonm Springs. Ar., where they will spend tlic next two months in Camp Gypsy. They will be'taken over .by Charles Coleman, father of, Betty Jean. Mr. and NERVES FEEL FRMED 'lernoon for . ,, ..... ...... . ----- - . icir son F I. Engler. and Mrs. ' son of Denver. Colo., arc the nglcr Thev are en .oute homo of relatives at Cooler. They spent rom Portsmouth Va Ihe latter part cf the >Yeek •iolcr nuchnnan, who has made Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. um Is home here for Ihc past vciir. Powell and were « cco j n ^" lcd .''> eft lesieidav afternoon for Green- Mrs. Mary Halffcd and Mrs Jack Hie, Miss., where he biis been Yancy and daughter ot Cooler. soothes tc'nse iicrvcs. caD,.- v -rr quick action l!. due to Its btinf, Hcratf-lti i n gtett!.ent3 are alrWdj dissolved, nil ready to worK. . .• ALio seicctcil shoBs Adniissioh iViaiihce lOc '& iG Adrhission Nieht J6c•;^^e _ Well • thuifs: milled Use of the adjuslable lengt pendulum' In the latter pirl of tl nth century made possible cloc of accuracy Lntcr It vvis dlscove ed that gravitational pull was n constflhi on the'; earth's surfa and pendulum clocks were found /> run slower at Ihe earth's poles. When sour husuiiid (or wlfe^ gets ue ^ Snd g rouc h v , wh-n he fault *lth the cofteft, thS cg(K "liic. Wll-' 1L1LUD UtULI/ Wllli lll^ \rtjiiui.., \ti\, v^,o -i the bicon, and th6 cook, you m*y well sil<pcct that he hns A touch of biliousness ot so-called 'Torpid Liver," SQ prevalent In hot vcathcr. All he may need to set him straight Is n lltlle cdlomcl, or better still, Calolabs, the improved cAlpmcl compound lablcls that make calomel- laklhg A pleasure. Hams , music by Mrs F B Joyner i music piiijea vy m*& * " u ^j..^. Vw'Mlss Mary Eunice Lavson read the t' nyrrttl, "Oh tSod, Our Helii In Ages vr Past" The trleme of the devotional ' vm 'Tre-Exlstence of CHrlsf , t ,.w>.^ of calomel and salts, helping -.,.,., i,,,,, I Nature to expel the sour, stagnant, The printed prcgram wn;^Hlus- j bllo inft ^ asl ,fi lg itotit of tiie Sjslei ine prmica prcgram »,is i»u s - ( bllo inft ^ asl ,[ng Itotit cf the sislein Iraled In Keeping with Ihe placet Onc 01 K.oC'ilolabs at bedtime wttll The cover bore the design of a B ghis.of water,—tliat's all. Next shin of which eicli sail was tn-lbwrnlhg jour sssleiil feels clcAn .. ,i _. _, _r ii^— ^^11^,, i.,» I liliH r^ifrf-tli^H Xrtlir ln'nn IS ClC&lT. dtcatlve tf One ol Iho follow Ing groups, the V W A. W M. S, I B. A., G. A., and S. T3 1 v j_. WH9 x"ic-**Aiavciiv* \/» -w»««.u- ^ — t,- it dlMetnoers of Circle Three served .French, II Is ur ^** wiiftitawnts 'to the 2* present' about 500 people Tl 1 "l Sark, one of the Clnmicl Islands of Great Britain, has Its own , r ^ nmlrv -I..WHM. language. A form of Norman l^^^tft^V'^f^c^^dr.!? French, II Is understood only by * iiity-nve cents; trim picksec t«n cents L.. . »t /Anr rip*l»r*K IArttf\ 1 _ „_ .. _. £(11., *'ll', ^un ,lm .^*.. ng flue wllh a hcirt> appetite tor breakfast, kat what you v\1sh and go "tbout your .work or pleasure. Genuine Cntotab? Arc *old only In • k "ker-boar<t (buck and white) IH»c):- beatlng the. tridc ' WATER....AND YOUR PERSONAL COMFORT A plentiful supply of gboil. pure water contributes in rniiny ways to your personal cortifridl during hnt wciilHef. i'"or instance, there's nothing that will restore your pep when the mercury is high like a gdod,-rc- f'rcshiiig shower. If your bathroom ia not er|iiip\icd with a shower one can he installed at surprisingly low cost. Consult; your -plumber.. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. ncru.itii Alien, Mgr. "Waler Is Your Cheapest Commodity" ISd Pa'rtrrtdiint Nevts &. Cpmcily ffhiisrioii Matinee lt)c -& 2Sc Aflmission Night IGc & 361; gve you Amazing e ^* value - tv /our dealer'!, (A4v) The riiosk urtusual ings, you have ever Vvorn declare — as soon as you . Doveddwns to the test. SiViilrf woi\idn npprdciate the fine Silk and Draftsman; ship embodied in Dovedowns— the exquisitely sheer stockings that give such amazingly long wear. One close-up inspection of this lovely . Dovedovvn number— in the nevv toiled ot lively brownish, Rose, aftd. Sunny Beige, Pastel arid India shades-wll give you tli6 reasons for its unprecedented popularity. * $ * I FRIDAY, JUNE 23 la GOOD' tttDASONS Why you should attend. ti*« show Matinee or NigM Coming Soiiii: Only AiiBtls Jfavc Wings jbnfcS^lons of a Nail Spj Slagecoach Oil Borrowed Time iiiinh' ri( Motiritles Siin Never Sets Ihvltalion (o Ha 79c $1.00 $1,25 Adml«sl«iri • M»tuiet» Ft1.-Sil.-San. Tue. - Wed. - Thur. PAt NIGHTS! 2 admitted for the price ot I Ft-OVO wmr . SE MOE - . TOO/ > HOTEL IMPERIAL Also' selecf«ii slibfls'

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