The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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(AjRK.): COURIER NEffg, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1939' COURIER NEWS .,_.,___- , TICKET Thlt Tkk& iytt A*" 1 !' G Trlesctown * Companloi BlflhevlUe Deceives Degree From University Of North Carolina Soqsl Calendar WEDNESDAY SEVPNT3 iirs O W McCutclien enter tainlng Tom and Countb < aiid iMr and Mrs A If Wallac entertaining blub Informal, nln o clock, ai Woman's, club Mrs" Ivj W Crawford havln Double jyur Bridge c)ub Prosperity club meelln^ 2 3 o clock v,tth Mrs N S pa"ba a Joiner > Altar society, CJiurch of the In maculate Conception, spoiiborln bing? parlj, light o clock at Call olio Hall , FRIDAYS EVENTS Executive Bo^rd. Woman s MIS sionary Union First Biptlst church, meeting 2 30 o clock v,lth fvlrs Leslie Moore ylrjlni* Mekan \V?« *• Tfiomis Smith In Memphis Announcement has been made of >ears ago from J nesbqro graduated from « "V,7>? 1 only aliendants The hride is the daughter o Mr and Mrs William S McKni <rf Dexter She wns educated i the schools at St Louis and vva graduated In January from Hi Baptist Hospllal School of Nursing in Memphjs Mr Smith who came here three • - wns high Khoofand received his later ixluca- tion al Mississippi State College at Starkiille He *n- connected vvlth the Bljtheville Motcr compinj in this cllv before gJng lo Memphis to be associated vvlth the John T Fisher Motor compani » • » Have Chicken bupptf A supper party was given on the banks of the Mississippi River al Barfield last night when members of the Grabs ,,UnI<p of Ihcrirst Baplist church ^ere ciitertaliiNI The affair vvas altended by 18 members cf thq Union and four Bits of News Mostly Per$onfcli Mrif. G. Iv. Allen, of Memphis, is spending f few days hel'e 'as the gucs,t of Mis Clmlcs bvvatn and amlly, Mr. and Mrs nd daughter Deity Jean of BInck Oak spent lodaj here as the guest 1 ; f MIS John r rtcinmlllcr nnd nmily. Mr and Mrs V/. Owei) Blue ic- iirncd. last night from Hot Springs nd Mo;ja where they spent a few in Mena tlicv were the • "- Alden of came Sunday, for a visit with Mb sister, Jvlrs, Cliarlcs Razcr, and Mr Mi ai|d Mrs JOhp },oii|s S^csr- peleros of Brunswick, Oa arrived yesterday for a visit with Mrs Sknrpelczoss parents, Mr and Mih C V Byrd, and fajnjllv 'Ihey expect to rcluin lo Memphis next week for a v|s)t wjth relives, before going tp Jackson, Miss, for a visit »(I)) Mr Skarnejezos mother Paul Reeyes of *'-- """ FLAPPER FANNY ^ Kiici>ls of Mr and > lilghe-s Miss Mar)ljn Ureter, tfcna accoinpanlcd them hojne to spend t\vo weeks here SJji)!> to) rtiplev, , .... I spent Sunday wjtli Mr and Mrs Monroe Chrisco p etlj cr^iwford Mr, Hcevcs Is Mrs 3ravvfords nephew Mrs J Nick rhomas and Mrs George Jhcnias returned last night from Mcmpljis where they spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs, j [Wick rhomas Jr and Dr and M/s J-*»rS Lefloy E jvl Huffman Is 111 at his home on J uincralc stieet Mr and Mrs Har> , Mr and Mis Charles S J/emon have returned from Cleveland Ohb. where lliey altended Ui convention of Rotary Jntcrnallona afternoon *hcre he yilll clj- ' (iiwiimuunn Cn;np pixie Foi Boys Dr anil ^ a , )( | Mrs ujnioiib who attehde Mrs Sims motored him .is, far as . j hc f um ii ure niarjcct ii) (Jhitago Mcmp)i|s Mri the furniture mnr^ci. u; VI'"-KB" I were Joined in that city by Mr an ml! > t A Jones and Her dnugh ' fa [S Klrby Before going t> Clove lers Misses Arjccn nhd Martha, " trills, nre the guests of Mrs Mr nll( | Mrs Worllilngton Scout News Boys ^^ : Girk las Wclncr Kiiast Meni);crs of the Senior Girl .Scou roop and two guests were enter allied at a wclncr roast last nigh •\j' the h:ine of Miss Mary llele Mcore. Guests were Miss Martha J and Miss Arleiio Jones of East S L,oiils, houscguesls of Miss Jut sscd. Mempliis St. Jo'scph Hospital Mrs. William E. Graham, Ca- hersvillc, admitted. Mrs. Johnnie Randolph, Ilaytl, mlUcd. Meniiil)Is Methodist Hcspitfl R G. Cash, ciCy, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Nellie dmittcd. Fieinriiillcr. A scnvenger wiener roast. hunt followed tl Ilcuter, Leachvllle, Farmers raise 70 per cent of their \m food. (Mill) 01' THANKS . We wish to thank ,mir many fiends for their kindnesses shown us during' tl.e recent illness and leatli of our little son,-Billy td- : - "End Mr, Floyd 1 Sharp. , John F Rcliiiulllei nnd famllj left \eslcrday for Uttle Rock apd he\ have been visiting here and JIol gj )r j n g<j where thi,y ^IIJ spend para Lou McCut- n C a\s cgrce In English at the Uiiivei- Chapel (list ihe vyns Announcement, iiao wci* n.«^*^ ^- nm «i«.vi i«vT,..t, «|.v..~ -.^. Ihe marriage of Miss Virginia Marie two \ears al Arkinsns Slato Col Mekan, of Pexter Mo. v and Mem- *- -• T m ,.H«, m phis and Thcrnas Smith of Memphis son of Mr and Mrs B H Smith, cf this city Tlje ceremony, was performed, a\s Mis Jones cnme ere jjy pjiiijips para Lou cu- lornlng from Caruthcrsvillc with C | 1C1 , a l,d Nancy Ann Hughes will Mrs E p McDowell (if Jonesboro I ]c[ive pliursdiy night for Lake ind hot mother fdrs. L D Edrlng- Tj lrCi fj p where they will enter on nnd hei sister, Miss Llla Edgei- Call ,p Lnkc L urc uthcrsvllle who I on , on both of Cnruthcrsvllle who 'member of the Phi Assembli Is the debate group of the honor roll student quailci, nnd Sunday aflcrhoofi Mr and Mrs during the lust qua. lei and A Talley of Memphis were the fencing nnd nrcheiy enthusiast n Aaiifjii mniilinr nf AlOl n member of Alpha sororit) nnd r'li Tlicla iv, M ,,n. nallonal lionornry scholns tic society nt Aiknnsas State Sh served as nmshol of the socln group and secretary of the hit i Although slill undecided as t which imlvcibitj she will go, sh plnns lo icliirn IQ school tq^ voik on nn A B degree In llbinry r ci mce which she will leceivc In an other year. nnlthcrsvjllc for the past ten L 0 Mis Jones cnme here this ' I uas bcginnm 1 to Uunk Ihcic really was feopcihin' between them until I saw how ciuel lie was to her in their last picture." At Th6 HospitaU lilj'liicvilic Hospital L. E. Sloan, 'i'yler, .ndinilte'd. Grndy Qolt, cily. adjnitted. J. H. pinery, city, admitted. Alm;> Vcrn.on, city, admitted. Mi's. Franklin• Young, : cily. d missed. Walls llo'spi'ial : Cecil Mann. Tomato, admitted. Mrs. G. T. Archer, city,,admitted, Caroleb Kearney, b:oler, admit~ led. • • ' . Mrs. Meal Fullcrkn, Stccle, admitted. Mrs. Clarence Moore and bnby ily, dismissed. A. T. Earls, I.ilbourn, dismissed L,' D. Ryals, Armorei, "dismissed Miss Frances McHancy, city, dls j.ti|uiil. Tiiljlels. chccVfl MALARIA ll7-il»>-!«i>A relieves COLDS ;}-|l] l>ly!IIS anrt j- p, Jones and on r< , pent the dny here \\lth the Rein- ( i al ,g|,{crs Misses Pcgsy nnd Mar ' visited filcnds nnrt relatives S I 11511 VISHCU lUClltIS IUUI icmi.ivi:' lit and Mrs Paul L Upton nnd , n j cftcrson cltj over the weekend on Dick nre vlslling iclatrics > n They were accompanied honie >" nnmfhprsville twVM 1 Miss Marloile SUP POOlC Of FeJ Cnnithers-ville todaj I Miss Marjoilc SUP Pwlc of Feslus Miss Marjorle Ward of Cleve Mo ^ifo-Mil vIMl them here, Miss land Miss returned to her home | p e6( ,y j nl ics icmnined In Festus odny nltei havine spent five dnss ony nei heie ns the guests of Miss Mnry Sp'iln Usrc> Miss Usrey nccom Peggy I for a v>il Charles Affllck i leive rrldaj c where thcs will enter Camp her home to visit theie un 111 Monday. Mr nnd Mis S G Shellon hove nictor them as fni eturned fiom Joticsuorq \vheic At the conclusion of snent a vVcck vvlth Mr. Shcl r | weeks' camp, they with ons iilolliei Mis family d Lriil-1 Ijnch for for8 Dallas Stanberj cf Brad houseguest of Mr nnd Mrs fore going to \Vilkcr Park for a 9iilc , ^ Other officers chosen were ,Beltj Frances vyoodson vice president Dora Lee Mllhoin trensiirer Mnr> Louise Reeves, program rhahinnn Nnnr\ llollnnd pcrsonnl selvlc chnirmnn; Marguerite arnhnin, re portci . During the business session Mrs Evvings home, Innces Shout offered' prnyei nnd the roll vvns cnlled by Marguerite Graham. The personal service repoit vvns given by, Be-fcty Black, ictirlng pcrsonul "npiihlre Mrs C W Afflick will Memphis the eight 'llll ft'ir. tjnui- i \YCL"IYE> *-.«*i'*} J , V'VJ .--v. v/l]<illvo Guy Ehelton, Morehc-id counsellor in the camp will go en to New York City to leeling of the Manila Lodge No 05 Knlfhts of Pythtis Tliuisdaj ithl at the Casilc Hill rhcj vvere H E Bites Onnd Clinncellor P F Ohnppcll P-ist Supreme Rcpiesentatlve and E S Pease. Post Clinncellor, all ol lle Rock S C, Cissell Grind Keeper of Records ind Soil ind Knight James nempsej, both of Jlot Springs Initiatory work In the Rink ol .age vns. put on bj U)c Giand Lodge ofDccis isslstcd bj L V. Stevens Clianccllor Commandci of he Miniln lodge Olhceis foi Ihe coming term were then installed. ind tliiic of classes mny be ar- -nng'cd. instruction for the lessons is free but admission to the svvim- hiiiii! pbbl iiuist lie paid. Auto Stolen Here Fiound At Del Mil) Coolest Sjiol iu Town Mrs J Morris Moon has retuin- (spend about ten dijs d from Ccntrnlla 111 where she pent two weeks with her slstei Mrs b O Shelton s Bobbie Chiles son of Mi and Mrs Bbb Chiles is icstlng well todn> following a lonsllectomy per formed fattUKhj nt the Walls hos pltnl. Jolin r Rclnmillcr vvlio has been illjat his homo left lodiv for Chl- Lngo \vhcrc he will weeks rcrltpmitlng He Presbyterian School To Exhibit Handiwork Pxlilblllon of handiwork nnd a piogram in review of work nccom be presented al the exercises of the pushed will formn The automobile belonging to J. F Thompson, which vvns stolen .from off the street here Sunday i night, wns found abandoned laic yesterday. The machine, which had been parked near-the Stevens Gin at Dell, vvas undamaged except for a Sheriff's Employes Have Fish Fry Sunday Thirty flvc people, IncludliiB cm r plovccs of the Mississipi county sheilffs ofhcc nnd their Iimilics and friends wcic enteitained nt a libh fis at Wilkei Park Sunday Sunday inoimng 13 of the group caught the fish it Big Lake, ind iLlurncd here to join tht rcimin- foi the supper , broken glass in a rear door. Masonic Lodge Will . Meet Wednesday Night Cliickiisavvb'ii Lodge 134 will meet in regular convocation in -the Lodge ilnll tomorrow night. il wa ? annquiiccd today. Neill Heed, Worshipful Master, lins extended an invitation to all visiting masons to Charles Razer. Mrs tdwln Jones of Memphis, houseguesl of Mr nnd Mrs O N Hawkins Mis Alfred Carpenter and Mrs Guy Maxwell The menu for the supper wns planned about fried chicken Alter the g^roup had eaten they plaved games * * * i fltar Keporls of last lears Work Reports of last sears woik wevi. made at the meeting of the Woman s council of the First Clnls lian church al the home of Mr> M fitzslmmons jcsterdav otter noon when the group had the fiisi metting of the new sear M-- Janjes CrooX yng a visitor Mrs fcdith McCool who vvas In charge, of the devotional Jiom read the scripture Tlie circle of prajer ?as led bj Mrs J C Ems and closed by George W Palter son. pastor of the churc^ Mr J Cecil Lowe sang An j where \viin JESUS.' The bu'ine^s session was pr sided over bs Mrs Ellis At tin time Mrs Charles Wood read minutes of all of last years meet ., ----- , service (.lialrnnn tor Ihe picnic members were served sandwiches lemonade and cookies Some of the group vvcnt swimming while others returned lo the church lo pln> G B >nes and sing to Chicago. bj Hnlo Jackson of 10 has been r or mnl closing exercises of me, "-""'•"••"-•-" ij for Chi- yacation Bible school of the First}"" of the gioup spend two p res bvteiian church which will be./nat nigiu ^_ vvis motor held Fiidnj moinlng nt 10 oclock i§ x Rev James A Oyerho)ser ^ o cago. j o ic e Osccoln, who will spend a few dnvs 1W stor of the church has issued ii.... I.E.,. I in. it/>ti/\n tn nmpi\K<: nf ntudnnts theie \Ulli him Mr nnd Mrs Jiliies Crook imitation to parents of students In] of HJ C c |uirrh and othci friends to. SlUslon have arrived heic to attend these, e\ercis.cs 1 make their home Ihev me resld i|i c filial nctlvttj planned for ng nt the cornei of Chlckasawba the school will be n picnic Piiday From Aquatic School Of Red Cross' attend. During .1937. the .world produced approximately 47.0,00i) Tine ounces cf platinum. - • : : Have yon noticed that iri liot weather your digestion and .climlna^ lion seem to become torpid or lazy? Your food spurs, forms gas, causes bclcliiiig. heartburn, and a feeling of restlessness nnd irritability. Your tongue may be coated, your com-; plexion bilious, and your bowel action sluggish or insudicient. These are some of the symptoms of biliousness or so-cnlled "Torpid Liver," so prevalent in hot ellniiues. Tlicv call fnr calomel, or better still, Calolab's.. thS haiisealcss cnloniel compound tablets thnl miike. calo- incl-lnklng a pleasure. Calotalis give you the effecl-s ol calomel and sails combined, helping Nature to cxpbl the sgur,.stagnan bite and washing it out. of llu. systciii. One or two Calptabs at bed lime vvitli a gln'ss of water,—that all Next morning your system fee! el en 11 nnd refreshed, your head i clear, your .spirit blight, nnd you nr feeling fine with a hearty appetit for breakfast. Ent what you wls and go about your work or plcasur Genuine Caloiaba nre tolit only checker-board (black nnd white) jiac nqcs bearing the trade mark VCalotato tc C n U Siits! family' package Ucnty-n cc'nlB. Btybuf tlcolcr's (Adv.) , '. nd Fifth'Streets id Fifth streets. nfternooji loi tne enme ounuu> n d Cifh enteied the Meinphli, 5c iiooi Tl\c aflali will be at four Methodist hospilil Sundaj lo iln oclock at Walker Park Softball lliflhtl^j 1'art} Tvvelve Irlends of AU'iistus Crowe Jr were entertained at a si rprlse parts given jeslerdni on the occn •ii u cf Ins 15th Inrthdni Gnmes were phjed in Ihe jnrd under' the direction of Mks Man ola -Williams. The. .'prize; In'the bin»o grimes vvcnt to Blllic John son. A snndv>.'i:h plnlc and lemonade were served after the gnines hac been played. \V. M.- U. Circles Meet Tlie six circles of the Woman Mlsslcnnrj Unl n of the First Bap list church met In homes of vnri ous members, nnd at the church for mission studies, devotional periods nnd social hours yesterday nftern:cn. Mrs. Ben Ilarrisou, visitor pf nftcrnooji foi the enllre Sunda> Mrs J I Ciuntcr Mr., ond Mrs. ;T. lergo an operation Tom A Little motored him down nils Cash nnd on Charles went down vestcrdnj oibe with him. Mrs Hugh M Sneler of JaU>son lenn is visiting her mother Mrs Lvdla Spiajbenj and Her slstei, ...... v ..,. ..... . ... P Nebns of JJInck Oak spent today with Mrs Jo)ii: T nqinmiller and family Mrs M T Moon went to Joiner jeslcfflav lo be vvftli her daiith tci, Mis W r Cooles who is re covering from a tonslllcctomy, Mrs' Coolcj vvns. removed frqtn a Memphis liospllal lo her home bundaj Mrs Chailes Swain and dauph ler, Laurn Ellen S\v ilu returned lust niglvt fiom n vncatlon in points of Mi«sKslppl I hcs •tttcnd Hi Ihr "''ddillB of ^frs minutes of all ol ast years meet- «i'=>. "=" *.•«••:<"•"•. .:.,.... • I ihg" wid the minutes of the last Circle One, gave Ihe devotions at clcu?."e board meeting End, the meeting of 12 members of Hal *-^^^ l^ , . , , , I „,-„,,„ „! MIA lm«ln nt XTrc T'lnvn group leader gave reports of last years work with Mrs E M ferry reporlin» for the Mother Ross Division, Mrs B N Beck for the Ehclton division, Mrs George W- Barium for the Berlha Fuller division, and Mrs J J Brvanl for tie Adah pordon group The treasurer's report was mane by Mrs W O Geurln after iUIch Mrs John £ McHaney listed the year's accomplishments of the mission study group Mrs Barham presented a scrapbook of last >ears clippings sister Miss Doling and 101 be shqcs and oilier games will be plnjcd unll) six oclock when supper will be served J. Nick Thomas, who is. serv ing ns superintendent of the Sun daj scjiofll this summer has ap Minted Ross Stevens, as clnirman of the lecrenllon Committee lo be nested bj tlie Rev and Mrs Overholsej Mombefs of the Wo men's Bible class vyill be In charge of Ihe supper tcncheis in llje school hav,e b"en Beginners—Miss Billie Leg getl, Mrs J D McGill Mlbs Nanc> Hughes Miss Mil's Elizabeth Boi um plinist pi imiries—Mrs Ross Stevens nnd Miss Bell} Saliba Juniors—Mi-ss tuuna Kate Rich ards nn-i Miss Jeanne Harrison Intermediates—Mrs Overholsei and Mrs John M Vendes Mis S L Mi's I, li llubcnci Ins returned rom Rrxkawaj Beacli Mo where he attended (ho American Na : lorn! Aqintic School winch is operalcd b\ the American Red. Cross chnptei of the Chickasawba District in Ihe intcicst of furlher- wiler safctj In this section. Slie iLteivecl her vvalcr sntLtj.iu- slructoi s emblem and lav m- stiuctoi s degree In first aid (luring the two weeks she was there. Those mlciested In liking swinir ining lessons In conncclion with receiving their Red Cross Life Saving badges are asked to notify Mrs Hubcncr in order that dates tlll/^»l«&^ Local aims for tuils sears woik were voted on by tlie groip Mrs Lowe, Mrs Eussell Phillips and E M Terry were appointed on Ihe floral comnUtee The session was dismissed with the missionary benediction , Mrs, Fitzsimmons and Mrs Edwin Robinson, hostesses, seived re- frfeHments during the social hour group at tlic home of Mrs. Simps:n. Mrs. C. >V. Affltck nhd Mrs W. W. Walson St. led h prasers and Mrs. Miirrny aught the mission study. Mrs. F,. W. Hale was hostess at her home In Armbrel lo 10 liiein- liers of Circle Tvvc and one guest •tfis. Qtjs Sheplierd. w;ho bugiil the dev6ti:nal from tlie third chapter of Proverbs. Miss Tressic Allen led in prayer. Eight : : members and one visitor attended the meeting oi Circle Thrp3 : at 'the church when Mrs E E. t^oinnd aiid Mrs. Jesse Sca r man were hcstesses. Mrs. Leslie C Horjisbj on June 9 nl HiUlesbtirg Miss md also al tended the birthday celebration nt tumbcrtoii Miss of Mrs Swnlns grandfallicr. John Hcmba, who vvas B7. They visited iii New Orleans, Biloxi, Gulfport. Bay St. Louis, Pnss Chrlslinii, nnd CoUnhbiis, Miss., before going, to. Memphis .to spend the past week end with fiends. . . ' Mrs. Friiiik'' Thompson and. Mr. alid Mrs. Garnet Picked of Wasli T ington, D. C.. were llic giicsU of iheir cbusiiis, Misses Icle Shcpard. and Lee Picketl niitl Mr. .and Mr,'.: Jewell Wlsc.Siiiidny niglit. | Johnny Aiibrcy, of Tcxdrkaha. cnnie Friday to reside in this city. He Is with the Universal Credit ompatiy. Dallas Slanbcry, of Bradford, Vail nnd Mrs. U. D .Chainblin were in charge of rcfrestimenls foi Hit voungci students in tile school Manila Masojiic Lo«Jge Meeting Well Attended MANIliA. June 21).—A number of i3ranrt Lodgb dfflcbrs from over the I stnte of Arkansas attended the ' .... ingredients Capudlne arc so cfflctc combined lliat heado I neuralgia and musculai are quickly relieved Tr S this delightful remedy Note how miUUy comfort returns jr- '»•'. more cheerful, nni rves become steadier, All drug stores. lbc-30c-60c CAPUDINE MEMPHIS OPEN BIB THEATRE, INC. July Clearance & Rcmoddino -,-- All In Otic We must sell all of biiir summer pattern shoes beibrc the carpenters start. to work. OUT vyi-i A o{ all Summer Pattern Shoes Vitality, Tweedics, Stephens, Shinkle 3 /-I Whiles whlcfl followed "The entertaining rcoms vr'ere decorated with lilies larkspur and baby breath Moore was in charge of the devc tional .and prnyers were oftcreK uy Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. \y, G. Maxwell. Mrs. Tlicodore Logan taught the mission study at the meeting pi 12 members cf circle F:ur nl Ine horr.e of Mrs. Herbert Whllihcad Prayers by Mrs. \V. J. nodgers His Birthdaj Parly ,,Betty Ruth Tinker and NUs. R. E. Bl.aylock were preceded by the devotional presented (by Mrs. S, P. Uc. I Mrs. fc. M. Eaton was hostess t tertained nine members of Circle Five at tli TAKE FOR MALARIA Get Relief From Chills and ,.Belty Bum -iiiiMsr umciuunvu \n\ne members of C . ,-33 of her friends al a party at her | C h\irch. Mrs. C. E. Jchnscn tajigh home bn Holly street yesterday St- i tub mission study and Mrs. H. 1 v temobn when she had her seventh I Brooks and Mrs. John Tyrone of < -'-"" < "--' I fcred prayers. Nine inerrilicrs of Circle Six met at Uie home of Mrs, H. L. Chambers when Mrs. L. A. Cotliern was •j:-h).sless, 'Mrs. Harry Binnaay ,„ prizes went to Dorothy Rice and tor/ Frances Games After games «»d beeu'ptaved and gifts opened, the htstess served birthday caV-e »nd ice'orenm Fever! Don't put up with terrible MalSrla. Don't endure the wrucklnfc chills and fever. ... At first sijm of the dread disease, take Grove's Tasteless ChlU Tonic. A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for the purpose. Contains tasteless quinidine and iron. ; Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually combats Malaria infection in . , Officers ty Black t *as elected prcsi- ,*of ttie, Brooks' -Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the .First Baptist yesterday afternoon .-., . u was in charge of the mission 1 fast. study. Sentence phyts were of- U ICrCu. > i... ;i the blood. Relievos th.e awful.cliiU? ond fever. Helps, you feel uellcr X[luuailllU5 lani: ULUVU ^ i.<\^it:iv:^a Cliill Tonic for Malaria and swear by it. Pleasant to.take, too. Evci cliildrcn take it without a whimper "","; ••„._. _,. , . • | Don't suHer and suffer. At JU aptist The River Rhone is regarded tis larla's first sign, tnko Grove's 0 «n.oj •• when the swiftest, rivet in the world, al- Tastejcss Chill Tonic. At all drug met at the home of its talnlng a velocity of 40 miles an ! stores. Buy Ihelnrgesjzcasilgive *.' * T T vmrnrr >,o C1..1 <_ .i^i_ « A .i_ _s n_ much mnro for VQUr rhoncv. met at tne nome oi ILS laming a veioviiy 01 iu nines ,an aivica. i>«j uiciui»ivaij.iia»ifcBivi Mrs,' J. J.,Ewing, be- hour in certain parts oi. Its course, you much mpro for your money. brings you 5 Fannys Musical Produdions "Under the Stars'" at Beautiful Overton Park Shell * BRILLIANT. PREMIERE * FAMOUS BROADWAY STARS ' Sinking and DaicJBE ChoiuS ol 60 Corcerl Otcteiiu el 25 SONG vHlfS YbU'U REMEMBER AND LOVE! tntlte productlsii under pttsohai supf,rylsion ol Reginald Hawmcisteln 4OOO— Seats— 4000 PH fc ?s $1, ?5c> ?OC; 25c Buy yoiir 'jipkcis at KlHliY BHOS. i)KUG CO. riionc 23— >faln A Rroadway— Biylhcirllte —Beige — Raspberry —New- ICarll Malues lip to $6.85 NOW 95 Tax Included COCKTAIL SANDALS bij Tupper - - for Afternoon $ —HLUB —WINIi —JAI'ONICA Incliulvd Watch Society P«|«* Of Courier Rewi F« Free Show Gnerti TUESDAY as «i" ""I Lc VA} Night this «cck. TYRONE POWER HENRY FONDA NANCY KELL RANDOLPH SCOn Also selected shorts Aihiiissich Matihcc 10e k 26c Night 16c & 36c Weds. - Thurs. •HISTORY'S' GREATEST BRIAN A" H ERNE' j CLAUDE RMf-'S • JOIIN CARFIEID n'o^MJ.D CRISP • josfpif C.ULUA '. 4 <iAtE •torniERCVARn . CHMKT ppi.XND . iitNuv O-NIIU. • Ill.«i«l br WILLIAM DIETERtE S*ft*n Plly tj John Huilra. AtlKJI HjcXMrie IJld uJ lit No«l. —O>« Phlrllom Clo»n,-lll [Wrilll Ktldini MuiFe bf E*Kl> ^cllgia^ Xom pel J A VvARiNEB BROS. PICTURE Also Paramount News & Comedy Admission MaMncc IQn Nijlil 16c & 36c 26c $ I FRIDAY, JUNE 30 200 GOOD RKASONS Why you should attend . t^f show Matinee or Night All Sales Cash - - All Sales Final No Approvals • - No Exchanges ROXY Admission aliraj-s tOc It, 26c Millnccs 'Frl.-Sat.-Sun. Last Times Today 'Undercover ' Doctor 7 John with Lloyd Nolan & Carrol Naish. Also Fo\ News &. Comedy Tue.-Wed.-ThUr PAL NIGHTS! Z niltnlllcit for the price of 1 A MONOCRAM PICTURE Also' selected shorts

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