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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 24, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIERNEW3 •-- »>COUEIER NEWS 'dOMWJMENTARi' ttCKET • This Tickft Will Admit A, L, 1 m . '—to the— ' RITZ THEATER i ' , — io see— "NEWS IS MADE AT MGflT' JLAPPER FANNV w tvWAf invite, we, T M HCG.U s PAi'wrX- Sylvia Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs W..W. s4""w enlcilatnlns Tuesday Cohtract club Order of .Eastern Star hmlii? slated meeting, T30 o'clock at. Hull „ WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Mrs, James B Clark entertaining Town ahd Country club ADC Club meeting with 'Miss Mildred Lo\l Hubbard. THURSDAY'S EVENTS ••/ Altar society, Church of the tm- maculnle Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, al Catholic Hall. Mrs J. A. Satlba entertaining Prosperity club, 2 58 o'clock. Miss Mildred • Lou Hubbard ci\- ,tcr[aln!ng her bridge club Mr and Mrs J. J. Biyatil and Mr. and Mrs T'H Chapman en- terlaining Club Informal nl nine .o'clock nl Woman's Club. Mrs O W. McCutchen cnterlnln- , ing Thursday Contract club FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Rupert. Crafton entertaining her bridge club. Cotillion club having informal dancing pfaly, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut. Bits of Newi / Mostly Personals .Hllc, Dclrolt, , 31' and cake Hosfeas Al Bunco Anita Louise Slracke , /To Wed Claude Scoggin Mrs, Louise Strackc niuiouncci (lie engag_einenl of hei daughter, Anita Louise, lo Claude F SCOB- gln Jr,jsan,af Mi and Mis, Claude- F v Scoggin Sr, of Memphis i Tlie iveddlng, \ililcli will be of much Interest In this scdfon, Kill be solemnized In tlie early fall. ,An attractive meniDei of the jounger set of this city Miss' Slfackc was graduated frohi the; city .high school in, 1638 She later' attended Drury college nl Epi Ingfield, Mo, where she was pledged to Delia Delia Delta soiorlly Mr. Scoggin was graduated from Christian Brothers college In Mcrii- ffils and the University oi Tennessee at Knowing He ib a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is with the General Molci^ Acceptance corporation i * * *>. ' Hare Witntr Roksl '• ^ Sixteen members of Hie younger set were entertained with a wiener r^--i r,^ ( ne banks of the Mississippi river al Barfleld last night Miss Peggy While nnd Dill God- Jwii- , <-.^ 1,1 charge of airange- ments for the affair Miss Ann Haaga, formerly of hefe ahd now of Memphis, \\ns the only out of (own guest She Is the houseguest of Miss Patricia Wise. * * * Haii e Famllj Reunion / Mlller j^ Mr. and Mrs J. R Bumbolaikt The hi ana 18 members of their family n n B01 focd rake r-- 1 - - p ,n n Bl (),„ J 10)ne O f ( j lejr "He really is the most flnltci-m' boyj Fa),—lie said I looked ^ old chough lo be your daughter." * Here Air Lnnc nnd fninllj of Cai- nnd also blldgeo Maid, MHs II h/^r.kl-iJln nttrl /"li.r- rintrt ~ -f i- -n _ . i , t . . ' Ous Gilf(U ° f Dick MIclilc guessing „. y; t I LJKH. mitmi; tjuessmw socre prl70 Kodaking uas Ihc diversion which 1 Asserted lavnrs were sheii each followed illnnoi. Laler In the nflei-' guest noon, the guests «eie sc Stcele-Cooler Soci'ely—Pei'sonal - f Ullo IX.UCLt OLMULU Ul. UIKI Mrs Velmei CamiibelUns hostess to Mrs Kartell Huclgcns scss to her Luckj Nine Bunco «ltiu hnd — rf ^ uiutiuu yniu IlLtvt XiLt; iLD^iVfiO DCLtUU 1L.LU ttJltlUJlUUt cue guest, Mrs Tom Hopper, nl hei during Ihe gnme.s'and at the close homo Wednesday nllrrubon -.•.*.,.<.... High score prlrc and bunco prize both \\ei\t to Mis Clarice Gllll- Eon, Mike Mombolaskl, and family oi the city jesterday afler- laijd, lev, so(irc. lo Mrs T.m Lcv.16 arjd travellrisi-bunco to Mrs 'Dick Micltle. ' The hostess served open fac^ cheese sandwiches, cake and fruit punch. * > * Jollj El(rhl Ilridjc Cliil) Mrs James I Caisldy was hostess lo hei j-lly Eight liiinco club of Ccrjtei at her home Friday nlgin The high score prize Kent to Mis Bill Husscll, bunco and UaV- clmg bunco to Miss Mnigiict Me 1 Clme and low so.rc to Mrs Sldncj d Ice cie.un frnlt punch Hostess Ai Mrs Tom Hopper was hostess to her Tuesday Br noon Other out of town guesls hei-c'wmtc rccciscd High scc7e TODAY'S PATTERN Soft Sbirtwaisl Frock 3s Sniarl fo V BV CAROL IlAV Ytu'll' enjoy havmj several prclty dresses like this^ for nildsummcr dajs Cut on basic shirtwaist lines, 11 Is becomingly soft because Ihe bodice is gathered rmd slightly Moused, and I ».' the necklire, cut to a c.ol V, is fin- C'. ishcd nltli a cellar You can make the pleoted lull sleeves either in elbov, length, or louj and gajiered into narrow cuffs at the wrist Hther v,ay, their InJUiess gives a charmingly t^aceTul fjualily lo the dress This design makes up bcnuti- fully In silk print <r georgette, and also in soft cottons ItJ-c lotle, handkerchief linen or ballsle Its easy to nial-e—only seven steps in. your detalle'd Sesv chart. Pattern 81B7 is'dealjned for sbe-, ^ 14, 16, IS, 20, 40, 42, 44 and M Rla? »' IS requires, vllh sh rt sleeies. 3 7-S yards Of 33-inch material. >vith • lcn| sk'eves. 4 1-B yards of 3D-ln~h r • material; 3-8 yard for (rnlMjtlng , collar, If desired ' , Tjie new SPRING AHD SUMMER , s PATTERN BOOK, 32 pa?es of al- traetJve dwiga'i for every sirx; and t *-'every _occaslon/is nm ready. Piio- '• tographs show dr&sses made Ifrcm ^ these patterns bem» worn; a fea- ^tuie you wni enjoy. 1*1 the charm- f ^, t iiiS assigns In this new book help ^-*ycu. in jour sewing One pattern •>* 4 Jind thfe new Spring And Summer JP» t ^Pattern,Bocfe~25 cenU. i'Wterh or *// % v book atone—10 cent,-! l f l ^|v?'F«'-a PATfEHN" 6f this allrac- *£ live model telid Tjo'ln C'OIN, jour <Ai NAiviE, ADDRESS, STYI.K NUM, " BER and SlZii 1,3 COOTin'ni NMWH A. TODA^'S^ATTEaN BUREAU. IM t. uSEVBt(TH 'AVEbiCrE, YffiW YORK, t/N. Y. • -:- - , ills prl?e — „—n which were preiented in lei iiMtchlng cards The hostess sencd stuffed lomato roses, chicken salad, crackers, ice cream snfulwlclios and punch Mis. Rhodes Hostess tii Clilii ^Irs., Johnnie Rludcs was Ihe hostess. (,4 1ier Tilcsday Bridge club jt Slccld ftm\ Ihrcft gueslSj Mrs S P/ Lee ir bf Orccimood, Mlss^ hire Muschll Hainfa nnd Mrs E H. Wtilson. The lilgh score prize \\eht to Mrs Rtberl stcclc Ji. and Ion sccle 'llic hostess sencd iced lemoiwde ' of Ihe cleiiilig she served cream puffs filled «llh Ice cream Mr and Mrs J I, Southern j.» 4 c relumed after rfvHlt^lth leUtlvei In Savannah, Tenn ' Mrs John PaHts Jr nnd Mrs Ruth Latthoh sueht Friday In Poplar Bluff with Ihe latter •; brdther, Chas Giithrle nnd" family Earn itarhr.v and sons, j'eiry and Saiii Jr., have returned fr:m Ra- chestcr, Minn, where Jeny has been under examination at hfayc bros clinic T. N. Brlggance .of Cooler left Ihe latter part of the (\eek for a ten day visit with Ills son in De- irolt Mich Mrs. llciiry Brtwn. and children I6IL oNer the Weekend for a \lsit with rclalives In Savannah, Tenn. Mrs. Fiinhie Kc'llcy has reUirncd home after a visit with her daughter in Paducah, Ky, A. R. Becfcham and Omcr Perry tlicht Ihe InlleV part of die week In il^ Louis on business, Mr and Mrs James L Cnsslds 1ml children ihiled Mr mid Mrs •1. L Cnssidy of BHlhcUlle FrlJ«\ IlieV \«rr Accompanied home foj Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Cnssldy and e:n, Tommle, cf Crowder, Mo,, who nent.', lo Slcelo [or several days visit'.\vilri'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Overlnri: .They had been Vlsilin-? In Blytlievllle lire past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Frame and son, Kenneth Joe. and Mr. and Mrs: Lee Yeagcr returned the latter liarl .of the week from a visit, In Nc« Orleans, Li, and points cf riorlda , ^ Mrs. A, C. LaSeitlr cf Unldnton'ti. Ky." hns arrived in ateole for n visit Wllh Mr. and Mrs: J. Ji. \V6rk- n'*d Mr. iind Mrs. IJob Burloii. Miss Tom Buchahan vviis called back-10 her home in Dycrsburg, Tcnlv, ,lhe latter part, of Ihe Xvcek by the death ol her cousin, "Mrry Williams, with \vh:m she has made her. home for years. She hnd been here ths past week visiting Mr. and'Mrs J M McClurc i\frs J B flerron o! Memphis has been here the past week-visit- iiig her falhcr. w. J. Vinson and other, relatives Mrs.--C. \V. Martin cf Tupelo, Miss., nfrivfd Saturday for a visit wtth her IriciHi. Mrs. Al Jordah and family Mrs. 'Llnnic Dufcc arid Mr;. T:m !.swls were visitors In Kcnnclt •SaluVday ntlcmoah. Tiisy Jcrc accompanied horn?, by Mr. Lewis who .spent, the weekend here. lia^ry Lrc Downing and 1M Rhea cf S|iringneld. Mo, wete visiting friends here over the weekend. Engagement Is Aiinoiinced Hybrid tijcr ftunkiT HOB/JET, Tasmania (UPI — An expfdillou to find the almost cx- llntl TAsnianlan marsupial wolf, or "tiger," as it is generally known, has left heie. 'Hie "tiger" ha* ic- healed.lo Ihe tugged 'western 'and soutlvwestein parts of tasiuanla, where It Is, believed to be making US'-ln'st'tlAttd, Di and Mrs p.. v. nil) nnd dauBhtcr, Miis Belly Jean, and Mr nnd Mrs, William Wyatt, of Joiies- boio, left yesterday morning on a two weeks' loin of the Ea-,1, They plan lo slop in Buffalo, New You city, Washington, D. O., and oilier Intfieillng point), «hllo awayr Miss Joan Perkins, who has'been icsldlng liorc /pr .seveiRl monllis hns returned 16 her home In Bena- loiua, Miss. Mr and Mis J. Cecil Lowe and sen, Jlnniile, went to Monphh jeilcrday nltcrnoon They will ic- tinn this afleinoon from Millington wlicro (hey spent liie nlghl ttlt'i Mr Louc'i, parents, MI. R nd Mis o A f/>\\6. MKs Peggy Long Is \isillng ftlends Hi Memphis (his week. -Miss Vivian Scay, of Paragoulcl, relumed home yc.slerday after having spent ii few days here, ns the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Baxter. Mr. and Mis. llcrbcrl Ahdorsph, of Flint, will; return tomorrow uf- tci haUng spenl Uo weeks here with Air. raid Mrs. Jab' Strickland Mis Jake Huffman and Mrs Charles S Lemons are slievmmt; tfldity In Memphis with Mis Alvin Huffiimn and infant son, of Por- laseville, «ho are In a Memphis hospilal. Oaf) Galisko niid Norman Biiiich were in Bl. Uouls yrslcrdnj 1 for the bnsebill games between the Browun and Ihe Red Sox. Mri \V M Cro\\c, \\lio has been ill foi two weeks at her hoinC, Is. now resting well. Mr.- mid" Mrs. R. c. Allen and •an, Rives Jr, left jcslerdaj for n.ciUiipliig trip iii the Ozafks, They pitin to be nwhy a week Miss Gusslc Chfpcntcr, of Marked Tree, letutilcd home yc?(cida> after liming spent the weekend heie ns the guest of Mi nud Mis J. P. FHehd aiid famllv, Mr. nnd Mrs. L'. E. Old Jr. left yesterday . mdinlnjj: for Elizabeth City, N. C. where they will visit Mi. Olds father, L F, Old Si They went by way of Nashville and Chnltpnoogn. "lenn, nnd will visit liv : Richmond nnd -Williams burg, Vft, while away They plan lo be gone Itto weeks Mr nnd MR, Norwood Hedge returned Satuidny from Florence, Ala., .where jhey nttentled to b.usl n6ss ftir a few days , s ~\ , AMiss 'Marjorle Wood has return* ed from Paragould where- spent a week with her brother, Charles Wood Ji , atid Mrs, Wood Paul Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala., came jeslerdny to spend several days here wllh his brother, W. K Francis. Mrs. L. i,. Richardson. and son, Gary,-of Poplar BIulT, canie yesterday lo spend a month he'rt •with Mrs. Richardson's sisler, Mrs, O. M. 'Morgan, and Mr. Morgan, The Morgans, their hbuseguests and Mrs J P Ftlend nnd Mrs Elton Foster nrc spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Matthew: and daughters, Mrs. Fred Fleetiion nnd Miss Marguerlle Matthews, have relurncd from Hot Spring where they spent a week nl Lftkc Hnmlllon in the Hnstwocd Lodge. Miss Maltheivs, who has been attending West : -Tennessee Slalc Teachers college in Memphis til'" summer, Joined her family (here Mrs. John F. Lent! nnd nieces. Miss Joan Lenmi and Miss Matt Kathcriuo Lciiini, of tulsa. spent the weekend in Memphis ns fjuesU. of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Waterman The Misses Lcmfti returned to their home In Oklahoma from Memphis. Mrs. E. P. Fry nnd Miss Mary liublcr, who have been nttclidltie West Tennessee Slate Teachci'f college in Memphis this slimmer, have returned home. Mrs. Harry Lewis, and daughter. Miss Carmen Lewis, nud Miss Cup- llola Whitworlh spent tlie weekend In Tlplonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry spcnl the weekend In Hardy \\ilh Ihch laughter, Mrs. Rcnkcrt Wcton- "r»mp, and Mr. WCtcnKnmp. who had n collage there for a nioiidi Belli the Terrys and Ihe Wc'teii- kamps returned home yesterday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Clara Wctenknmp, of Memphis, wlio hnd also been visiting in Hardy. She will tic motored lo Memphis tomorrow by her son and Mrs. Welnnknmp who will spend a week with, her. Charles Leggcll went lo ChalTns Ihls moniinc; for a week's visit willi Mr. and Mrs. Ij. E. Rlgsins. iln nnd Mrs. S. E. Webb have reluiiieri froii'i Sunmer nnd Webb. Miss., where thev spent several days, Mrs. W. M. Simpson, of Sunnier, returned wllh them tor n deck's visit here. Miss. Edna Faivsler, of Eabt Si. LOXiis. Is making her home here for a few weeks while she Is dolnj 1 lempcrary work at Monlsomery Ward nnd Company. L'rhesl Ilaisell, Joe Dildy a.ndi Slnnfil Culchin lefl Ihls morning for Chicago where Mr Hakell «ill» atlcnd lo business until Wcrinjs- day. EH toule home, Mr. Cutchin, who has been, "visiting friends heie Tlie engagement, of Miss -Anita Loukc Slracke, above, to Claude P. SeoBt'ln Jr., ivns nnnounccd today by her uiblhcr, Mrs. Louise Strac!^' for n tt-cek, will leave (lie pnrH al Cnhb, ahd go lo his home In Murray, Ky., whore lie will SJXWI Ibe remainder of his -summer vacation, C. E. Crigger Sr., Charles digger Jr., Mrs. Bernard Goocli and Mrs. Marvin Robinson went lo Wilson this afternoon for the funeral of Mrs. J. Edward Farhll formerly of here and late of Memphis. O. N. Hawkins has returned from n week's vacation spent in ,St Louis where he wns the guest cf Ills brother, B. W: Hawkins, nud Mrs; Hail kins and -Ms 'sister, Mrs Madge Heglnnd, niid Hi Jrnosboir where he wns the guest of ills sister, Mrs. family "The New Birth" to Be Dtxon's Subject 'Ihe New Birth": will lie Ihe -iiibjccl of the sermon to be pleach^ eel lonighl, 8.00 o'clock, by Evnh- >,clisl H. A. blxon, of Springfield, Mo., who Ib coiidiicling a meeting at UIQ Chii'rch of Christ on West ifnin street. Denloli M. Ncnl, local pastor, directs (lie congregational singing Eiangellst. Dtxon spoke last night !jn "God's. Poivcr- to Save." He Dialed that according to Romans I 16, the (jdspel Is the power God c*as provided: for the salvation of nan and that that Gospel Is perfectly adapted to the needs of vtry faculty bf man ns God created, him In His own image; the fundamental facts the death, bh'r- al and ^resurrection directed-'[li Marl's intellect;' (he fimdamentu Eoinftia'nds,' faith, repentance anc baptism directed to man's willpower, and Hie great promises remission of sins, Die gift of the Holy-'-Spirit, and eternal life, directed ; lo his affections or enib lions Thus, the evangelist point ed out, the whole of this gosps lis necessary to fill the needs oi unn Mr. Dlxon and singers from Hv- .Chtireh of Christ present 30 mih iltcs, of gospel singing and Bibli itudy mcr K'LCtf each day thl ,v'eek from 12 (o !2:~30 o'clock. Stalling married life off on a 50 50 basis Mr and Mrs Slanlon Qiiffis ,oin hands lo cut the first slice 1 of their \veddlng cake The bride Is the former Whitney Bourne, prominent New York socialite' and screen actress. The couple are pictured at the Locust Valley, L. I,, 'home o her family, during R luncheon following (heir surprise wedding R. L. Matthews, auci during tlie Woi-lrt War, and Is how a member of the committee which has been..appointed to organize the new service. Fanciers :who breed 'and train horning pigeons and maintain lofts of at least 20, birds of approved quality will be eligible' for the service. .,:.-' Osceola Society — Personal W W Pre\v|U, W. W. Prcwit Jr and wife are In Chattanooga 711 their vacation. . Miss Pearl Carlwright has nf her guest Phillip Dcanc of New Orleans. Miss Pearl Cnrlvvrlghi and Mix Barbara Banks will be the 1 ^f Miss Rulh Steam of Mcmphh Ills week. MI<-5 Myra May tfnillin; accom- •jimlcd Mrs. Roy Canley to New Oilcans \vlrcre she will spend hcv vacation. Mrs R n. Jones is in Allnnl: attending the Baptist World. Al 'iapce this week. -' Mrs Olccln Covlnslmi Is vis >i)g. her mother, Mrs. Claud 'lli&mason. Claude Thomason, who has bee, visiting relatives in Georgia and Msbama is', returning home this (.week end ...-.-- s. . Miss Gtrnidine listen is spending hei vacation at Galveslon Britain Starts Organizing Wartime Pigeon Service . . _ .. CUP)—National Pije'.n Service to assist the defense services hs ft means of communication in pSace nrtd war Is being organ- ised by the British air ministry. Tin; services will rcrtilin; about 250,000 hlgeoils to be available' for I buy cmerijEiicy. acctrding 16 Major ' W. H. Osman, who was chief of the Government Pigeon t Service Wedding Cake Gets 50-50 Cut MONDAY, JULY 24, 1930 organs reversed. Only his'stomach s In jicrmat position. • Barn liaising Revived WEST HAVEN, Vt. <UP)_T rU c 6 o|d New England tradition, men- folk of tills section turned out to ilcl A farmer clear away three wins wrecked In a. bad storm. Tiicy soon will meet again—(his ime to erccl, a new barn—with cr vlthout the o!d-llinc custom of a keg of rum. . . . . At The Hospital* Wails -'Hospital fed Vinsoti, city, admitted. George Oisli, city, admitted. Annie Mac Taught, Armorel, l milled. Mrs. C. O. ted. "Upside Down" Boy, 5, Leading Normal Life SALT LAKE CITY 1UP>—LaMnV Warnlck, Salt. Lake Cltv's "upside down" boy has passed his lift! birthday. Doctors declared hitn in excellent health. "ire's as healthy and mischievous as any boy In the neighborhood, 1 his uiDther, Mrs. J n Warnirk dKiared. "Barring 'a fe\\ colds anc thb time he skinned his nose. LaMar has lived in perfect health' Medical authorities were much «5t:unded during a 103b babs show when it was discovered La- rHv'.,Hmit sow wlen l * s dscovere city, admit- Mar , s miiim oi . galls ftcrc Mrs. Raymond Jackson dismissed: ' Mrs. C. p. Webb, city, dismissed Mrs. Evelyn' Ray, Manila, dls- cilv ' rers <:<I-iWsHion' Hit, heart is on th v '"- v ' right side, his appendix on the left, his liver ana , other Interna Mfs'. J. A. Lloyd, city, dlsmiESEd 1 * Blrtheiille Hosttital.- John SInipson,' Manila, admitted, :' ' ' '- ' -Mary Evelyn Colemnn, sfeele, dismissed. Mrs. Louis Lee, Luxora, dlsmfe-- MtmpVils Baptist Hospital- Ernest pipkin, Wilson, admitted. Gosneil.News Elect Officers Mrs. J. M. Fr'ankum was elected resident of tlie Woman's 'Missionary society of the Oosnell Baptist :hurch al a meeting Thursday at 'he church. Cthcr oflicers chosen were: Mrs L. -T. Karnes, vice presidenl; Mrs Gladys Jones, secretary and reporter; Mrs. H. E. Vanclcvc, treasurer, Mrs. C. E. Cook, personal service chairman; Mrs. J."D. Ncedliam, stewardsliip chaii-ninn; Mrs. Lee Hilcy, mission study lliairtimn; Mrs, G. c. Wadlcy, social chairman. Tlie society will meet cacii Wcd- lesday afternoon. Wilh headlights properly focused, It- is possible lo see the driver of in oncoming automobile al a dis- :ancc of SO feet. Flies Pester You at Mealtime? Hctc's whal 10 do. Ecloic trraltlmB, rtos« llo illnin room " ' . R room doora "Rnd , Use a jpraycr nod fill tkp room with a mwt o( llco ... unnd Ifisoct Sfiaj-. IA ihb room Bliy clwcd j '".'.'^ ra , !nul ™- "'hen you so bsct Iho only flics • J - will bo Atail ones on Ih6 door. Bcc Btlh tl Spray is n ot like olhor Insccl icHM. h """"••'•• I --osenB6mpM_o n ly *a nn ec . - appcais. And Bee _ ^-=^ • It hunon (!ar frana «« anil «hir flji n- <linck— yd it's entirely u ., ttio Rpnu'i^, iiuick-killlnc ll nran.1 Inst-cl .Spray— in the ttrt and ycUow can. It's Bolrt with A piarHnlcc oi ««lt5/ac- /I>H or VANF tunnry 'bad. T ^'H,"* rwrArt «nrf onli, ifiOi B<e Bn tutt-t raxicr, Krai iimtimn an can. IMrsc Kchuncd CONNEAUT. O. Ull').-Mrs \V.H. SAxlOH, (vhtle (llslridutirig. baskets of f:oa for the ncnly, lost her pocketbo:k Some die took the $60 it conulncd— but mailed the purse and other' CvnlenU to her. TERMINIX: TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS.? , FREE TICKET! Ttade hctc and gel free tickets .to either Rid or Ho.\> Ilicatrw nl iiur expense. $10 In Innle Adult Ticket $5 In Trails — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES HI K. Main 3'iO VV. MAln CARTER WORLD'S FAB TOURS l ? OR INFOR1MATION REGARDING TOUHs"Ott REGISTRATION —CALL— ' Miss Vemia Scott .; at 19-F-22 REriiESr.NTATlYE 'S y&SS^j ONE msr GREATEST'AIDSllR BABY'S HEALTH is the kind of re=( lie caii t get if ''.i turbed by itcliing, burning bothering o tlie many irritations that are likely tc torture his lender skiii. Thaj's why baby's skin should him at all times theibcst care ami protect™ mother cnn give H. And that's wlij thousands of wise mothers-niter hiill ,-md every change of clolhrng or diaiwi —fount on the real .iVcdi'cated comfort of Mexican Powder? Soothing ami cooling Mexican Ifeai I owdcr relic\-cs irritation am) chafing And ifoifers real help in prevciitiiu. tliosc further oggravalions of the sti" which may lead ,10 severs discomfort Its base is extra light and soo'ltiing, atir it contains no talcum at'all".. Tornis ,1 Einoolh, clinging, almost unseen coatinj bcln-ecn laby's skin and cfc'lics or snr faces likely lo chafe. The cooling, soothinu medication o Mexican Heat Powder is so effective it quickly comforts and relieves tlie torture of even prickly heat rashes and diaper rash. 'Gel Mexican ' Heal Powder today i onr whole family will enjoy its com fort for tired, burning feet, heal raslics girdle rash, chafes and irritations oi clothing and exercise. You can buy a trial sue of Mexican Heat Powder fo a few cents at ally vlrug or lOc store BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! HUBS, TUHBS, RADIOS PARTS, REPAIRS,' BODV & FENDER WORK, AND PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT TIH5 FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phwit 633 Always Open WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer Clothes, Cool, & Fresh at Less Cost to Yourself. Dresses Cleaned ......Hoc Suits Cleaned .fl5c TIIONK 1«2 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin Coolest Spot ill Town' Witch Soriety Page <M Courier New* Fw Free Show Gtietb last Times Today Also rjr.inioiint Neils A t'omcdi TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT Two 4dmiiicd for (he Pri« of I Tra\ellalk &. N'oiclty short. Admission Matinee lOc i 26o Night 16c & 38c FRIDAY, JULY 28 100 GODD REASONS^ Why Youi Shuultf Attend Matinee or Night ROXY Admission always I0e * Z8»- Matinees Fri.-S»t-8«n. Last Times Today ^ UN1VEHSAL P1CTUBE Also l-Ol?lS-<JAt,ENTO Fight pic- lures. Kound by round [n slow* and iclnal motion. Also Fox Kcws & Comcrty. Tue. - Wed. - Thur. PAL NIGHTS Z rtdmiflfd for the price t>( 1 Thrill lo the war.oiupfes! 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