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(ARK,) COURIER C,, COURIER NEWS COMPllMENTARy TICKET This Ticket Will Admil E. C. i Pa(<o'n & , Companion _ Klyfhevil'le —to the— BITZ THEATER '.'SECOND -FIDDLE" FLAPPER FANNY ... By Sylviii. Social Calendar ' WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Mrs. -James B. Clark entertaining Town and Country club. ADO Club mseting with Miss Mildred LOU Hubbard. THURSDAY'S EVENTS . Altar society, Church of Hie Immaculate Conception, sponsoring blngp party, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hall. Mrs J. A. Sallbfl cnteitainlng Prosperity club, 2 30 o'clock Miss Mildred Loti Hubbatd entertaining hei bildge club Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Bryant and Mi-, and Mrs T. H Chapman entertaining Club Jnfcrnia) at nine o'clock at Woman's Club Mrs O W McCiitchcn enterlain- in» Thursday Contract club FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining her bridge club. , Cotillion club having informal dancing paity, nine o'clock, Amei- ican Legion Hut. tn^agement of Former Local Girl Annoiincril. The engagement of Mlvi Br-tly Hognn to Gcoigc Knk McLaughlin, son of Mi. and Mis Verne McLsughlin, of Liftle Rock, lias been announced by her molhci, Mrs Alice Moifon Hogaii Ihf wedding will lake place early In August The brJdc-elecl, who Ii\cd liere a number of years ago. is tm daughter of ttie late Charles \Vavnc Hogan and Mrs Ilognn She H a graduate of Little Rock high school where she wns a member of Ihe Delta Alpha Dclln soiority, nnd of Little Rock Junior college whole she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, national honorary fratem- ity. Mi. Mclaughlin Is n giaduate of ti\e Litlle Rock Senior high school Little Rock Junioi collcsc, wheio he was a member of Phi llvta Kappa, and of the University of Arkansas He Is an adjuster for the Rock Island Lines V • » Con-jiMe Dans For Cotillion Club Dance Plans have been completed for the Informal dancing party lo be given Friday night at the Ar">rl- , can Legion Hut by member!, of the Cotillion club The affah will begin at nine o'clcck and the guests will dance tfelson, Mrs H. F. Kelsey, Mrs' Bits of News Mostly Personal* "I want tins loiter to impress him, so you bcUev type it da ^^^^ sonic of our hotel stationery." slonary Union of the First ISapllst church met yesterday nlternoon in 'he houics of various nii'inbers for mission study lessons which Were followed by social iiours at which 'lino refreshments wore served. iVolv'e 'members of 'circle One net at llio home of Mrs. Kendall Do'rry./or n mission .study taught >y Mrs. Murray Smart and a <tc- ^otlonnl presented 'by Mrs. Lloyd "UJckmoii. '.Prayers Were odercd by Wrs. Tom W. •Jnchson nnd Mrs. II. H. Brooks Mrs. C. O, Hires mis hostess to eight members ' of Circle Tvd which 'Included one liew 'member, Mrs. Robert Hnlk. Mrs. M. T. JJiirr We the dovoiloiiiil from Ephes- ans after which Mrs, M. T. Burr :augl\l (he miksion study; The op- enlni; prayer was given by Mrs. E, P. Hard In nud the closing prayer by Mrs. Waller Bishop. Mrs. Marshull Blackiird became a member of Circle Three 'which uielRt : .the.)ioine'of Ivlrs' Ted Klni;, Tlie'-'hlnc'' members present heard tors. King teach the mission sliidv. .--,— - _~ „ ,„ Players were oitercd by Mrs. ,1, 11. 1} « preached tonight by Evangelist Smart Jr., and Mrs. lien Harrison. "• A. Dlxon, of Springfield, Mb., .... „ ..„ Mrs. !lniii c \^c ct . Bnvc - tho ( | 0 . -^IK- is cnulucUng sen-Ices at the to nickelodeon music The dance votlonnl for »IHe members of clr- Church of Christ on West Main committee is'made up cf Mrs R A. c '. c Fom ' . who m ^ ^ U'"e lioine of 'street at Highway 01. ... .. _ j irrs siielburhe Brewer. The mis-1 Mr - Dlxon, who spoke last night sion study was taught by Mrs. °» "Tno New Birth,' stated Ihnt Adu Sutler ,and Mrs. Hnrpjd Tillman and the Rev, Harold Tinman. . Miss Alone Wcnl is In New 1 York City aHcmilng the We rid Fiilr. Sun Hodges Jr. L<s . in KnoUi, Okla., visiting his .wife and her people. Thrace Ramsey, who has been at Green Brier attending : ii baseball school, has fc'lunicd home. John Uonalds:n, who ha,s been, jnpldyed by tiic Osccolu Lumber Co., has been 'Irnhsfcircd (o, i'lnc Bluff. Osceola. Council of Select Mas-: lers Is lircpKrint; (.3 have a big celcbrali:ir on Oct. 12th. They are planning to have 50 ' cnndidatqs. L. W, Williams "nnd Jake Thratlklll have the petitions nnd are busy getting petitioners. No Wonder He Had a Headache Dixtfn Continues His NigKtly Sermon Series. •"What Uoes it Mean to Believe" Is Hie subject of the sermon to William Lanshe, Tom Phillips and Shelburne Brc\\or •, Members of the club may cull nt the home cf Mr. and Mrs Kelsey, IJ14 West Main street, 'liuusday and Friday for tliefr programs ' , ' ' Missionary Group Meets ' Twenty members a the v/o- Missionary society of the lake Street Methullsl church and three vUifors met nt the home of Mrs Tera Turner yeslerday aflcr- , noon. Visitors }\ere Mrs Wiltiy Styies, Mrs T. R G.dilard and Miss ( Amy Ruth Morris Mrs. o. J. Roiigers tausht Hie Bible study from toe b:ok, "Prooh- ets of Israel," after the meeting had_been opened \vlth prajer by Mrs W. L. Green. Mrs Green also presided over the business sessi'n. It ivas reported that two dollars was made from the silver lea sp:n- _60red Uie previous week. The group decided that during the next three t weeks, each member must, mnkc a dollar to be donated to (lie society. II was voted l-o give $250 to aid in defraying expenses of (lie delegate irom the negro MethortlU church who will attend the train- Ing- Echo.1 in Little Rock which begins next Monday and c.ntlnues through August 15 The meeting was dismissed \ulh prajcr by iMrs A 3 Deen The hostess sened ice cream and vake during the social hour ahich followed. * * » Entertain? For Vistlcr. IVIiss Mary Katherine Lane en- iiaity — ... .,..,1,^ „„.! kdu^iii, uy ivirs. "" ^111; nuw nuui, 5UIU3C1 ItlftL Theodore Lognn. Mrs. W. S. nod- smc(! according to jno. 3-5 Matt 3eis mid Mrs. R. E. Blnylock led in '8:3, ' nml Matl,:T:'21 Hie new raer prayers. , birth, ccnvcVsicn, and doing the "'"' ° r " le F^lier In Heaven were Mrs. John Tyrone gave the nils- "'"' ° r lhe P»t'ier In Heaven were Ion sludy for 10 members and" ma(lc mca '« of entering the Itlng- >ne visitor of Circle Five which (!oj " lhe J' " ei ' e therefore the same not at the chtirch. Prayers were lt) " g - ' offerer! by. Mrs. Tyrone and Miss e tllen gavc as examples of: Cordelia Wilhtte. Mrs. VV kohvyek ' s: tllc " lrec thousand who be-i Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs T L Cas-' ltevi "£' repenting and being bap-1 , . -Idy and Mrs. Arch Undsey ''were hostesses for llio social hour Mrs. S. L. Webster': was the visitor at the meeting of 11 • members of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb. Mrs. Harry Frit*is laught, the mission study and Mrs. II. L. Chambers ottered pray- Osceola Society — Personal j "u i-m,i n ic jj,i| terfalned 25 guests with a „»,„, at her home last ni-?ht in honor of her housegiifist, Miss Theresa Hally, of Memphis. Refreshments of ice cicam car.c and punch were sened at the conclusion of the games which v»ere played. H;-v- Sca\cngcr Hunt. Thirty members of the jouniwr ,set, of the city had a scnven~rr hlmt and watermelon supper list night nhen Paul Francis of r«s- rj^so, Ala, houscguesl of his brother, W. K • Francis, 7/as the . cnly out cf losn visitor pres"nt The rJarty mcl at the home of Miss MaVy Spam Usrey where !ti was divided into groups vliich' were presented lists ol things to' be obtained Group One consisting of,Miss Martha Ann Lynch, M.ss Pa(ty Shane, John Ben Boina'r, Paul Francis and w. K Francis tied v^ith group two consisting of , Mt^s* Frances LltUe, Miss Usrey, Van Elliott,'Fa'ris McCaJIa and J .TT'Eudbury for nfst prl/e > M Watermelons »erc served on the "laVn of the Usrey home at the ^conclusion of the hunt * J,» . < * * * -.' W.- M. U. Circles 55cct •: ' Six circles of' the Woman's Mls- Oscccln Lodge Summer Celebration Judge J, T. Coston. Worshipful Master of Osccoln ],:<|gc No 27, had a fast Masters' Lodge last night. The attendance was gcod :onr,idermg Ihe hot. weather. G. B. Segravcs. -who was Worshipful Master In 1917-1918 conferred the first Entered Apprentice Dfgrcc. Win.. T. Tcolc, \Vorshipful Master in 1029 conferred the second tillered (Apvf-cnllcc deyrcc. 'The candidate cf (he evening were two of Osccola's most prominent cf the degrees were ,V s. Rogers, £ B. Smith. L. J. Smith, W. D. At the close cf the Lodge rc- freshmpnls w'tre served by B R Reid, 1U? Jiini or Warden, assisted' by the members. * * * Members ol ths Osceoln Baptist church attending the World Baptist Alliance nt AtbnU arc Mrs. R II Jones. Mrs. Ida Hale Tucker; Mrs. Uzcd were added to the church I kingdom, Acls 2:36-38, 41 and the) 0:rinthians who "hearing believed — — 'hearing believed and were baptized." Acts 18:3, imd became the church or kingdom in Corinth. The speaker then maintained tliat a man being begotten by the word according to Jas. 1:18, thus having*faith produced In his heart, Rom. 10:17, is led tj be baptized and arises to. walk, a new ll(e and is therefore "born of the wnter and the spirit.'' Services n re held each night at 8 o'clock hud over KLCN dally wllh 15 minute; O f singing by a quartette from ]2 (o i2:is o'cl:ck and , Bible study, 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock. Denloii M. Neal, 'the loch! minister of the church directs the song service. Mr. and Mrs E B Snjder, El mcr Llndscy and Ncblc MiCullar returned last night fic m lovia Oily where they were called because of the dealh of Mr Snydei's shier Mrs. Toni Haulson, of Kcokiik' Mrs. McCullar, who had been with her sister foi a week, returned iKine with them Mr. and Mis Josjah r\srl and daughter. Nmicy, and son, Joslah of ciaiksvJHc lenn, icturned to their home jestmiay mornlnn after having visited Mi and Mn James H. Bell and othci relatives licre. Mrs. Toil, ami d.iuglitci who rame three weeks ago, v.cic Joined Insl iveek by Mr. Pent, and Joslah Mr. and Mrs. Hari-y Kirby, Uzzcll S. llmwon and Clmilcs S Lemoiii rclurncd last night from Petit Jean where Uiey attended a two-day Rotary assembly Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Jfnlncs and s:n, Hauy Jr, have returned from a visit In Tiicnd, Neb, with Mrs.. Halncs' mother, Mrj, A F Gallup,mid tn Oiand Island, Neb, .•with Mr. 'Hainei' mother, MIS Minnie Ilaines Mrs. Lawrence Hood of Hebei Springs spent, the weekend here with Mr. ftrid MIS Petty Craw foul She and Mr Hood plan to make (heir future hcme in Memphis Mrs. 'Alton Hard) and Mrs Claude Whltworlh 'spent yesterday in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. John Mcrcflcld and Miss Margrctte lieli- niond. ' . ' Airs. Jliiiinle O'Llngcr, of Memphis, c.-iiiie Siiiiday for n visit with her sister, Mrs. 6. D. Chamblin, and •family. She plans to be here until Thursday. • Marjorle Stevens is expected to arrive h:mc toinoiTOV fi'oiii Memphis where she has been the giiest of Marjorie Smith since Friday. Belly Jo Bonds, of Little Rock, is spending the'week here iis .flic guest or Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy H'ud- dlcston. They mokrcd to Memphis for her Sunday. Mrs. Jacob .Hawkins of Huinuoldl, Tcnn., was Ihe guest Suiiday of Mr. 'and ' Mrs. Petty Crawlcrd 'and children. Miss Camille Bclford, of Earlp. and Miss Ruth Schultz, c( Parkin, returned to their homes today-after having been the guesls of Mr. ami Mrs. R. L. Wade • jr., since Sunday/ ' ! . , . Mrs.'Charles Perry 'is expected to*' relimi tomorrow from Memphis' where slfo lias spent a week with' Mr. Perry's sister, Mrs. C. \Vi Lntiranson, 'who is' rapidly Improving from a serious illness. Mr. Perry spent, the .weekend there. '.', Drs. Carl and Edna Nies silent Sunday in Jonesuoro 'as the gucst«" cf Dr. and Mrs, J. W. Werner. '.'*( Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry ami' eon, Jerry, nutored to Prentiss,, ^^i5s., Saturday afternoon for aii-' other ;son, -Allen Berry, -who had spent three weeks there with Ms grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs: P. W. Berry Sr. They, returned home Sunday night. , Dr. and.-Mrs. ;J. E. -Bcasley and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holland left Sunday night for New' Ycrk City where .they will a'ltcrid.lhc World's Fair. They plan to visit other in-- tercsting points in the East wlille' they arc away. : . Jim P. Harwell has returned'' from Sfcmia, Ala., where he spent' a few days with Mrs. Harwell and'I family while he convalesced from- recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Tern Bradsher will 30 to Little Rock Thursday to at-, lend to business. During t'he week 1 !, they are nwa,v, they plan to visit. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal TUESDAY-JULY 25,1939. Looking al knife blade of snme length and similar lo lhat taken from'his brain by Los Angeles surgeons, ' Vnlerinno Chnidcz undcrslands why his head hurt. Bolhered by severe headaches and dizzy spells, Chaidcz reported to doctors recently. X-ray photo, lower, revealed blade imbedded in liead. 'Ctini- dez says he must have carried it since light H : years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bradsher, who formerly made their home here. Mr. Fred Brndsucr is now u'arden cf the Cummins' .state penal farm. Mrs. Rsss D. Hughes is - expected lo rettirn this attention from iMemphi.s where she has been wilh her mother. Mrs. T. J. Marian, who is in Campbell's clinic at, Memphis. Mrs. E. L, Hale Is resting well following, a tojisillccloiiiy .perform;ed this, inoniing al the 'Blythevllle hospital. , Mr. . and Airs. James Bernard Hays iiricl 'fninily cf Marion, Ind., rel'nrnecl • home • Sunday- • ii I te'r -having' visited Mr. Hays' sister, Mrs. Tom' Bradsher, and Mr. Bradsher since Wednesday. 'Hie pupil ol the eye Is so-called Irom the Lull ptipllla, meaning little doll, because ypu can MC a small miniature of yourself when you look in another's eyes. "irn-'r Nows vvmit, Bfls. WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer ClolVics. Cool, A iTCsh at Ix-s, Cost to yourself. Dresses Ocmicd ...... G,-, C Suils 'Cleaned ........ 65 C PHON 15162 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin Memphis Open Air Theatre you !NJ» NANE 5^'ft thrill-packed musical comedy x Seng Hi's you'll tsaicmlK! an- lova Vc "TiM for Ttvo" "I Want to Be Hippy" A .Moms of CO-OrcdssIra ol 25 Vr Eij|Us piodusllon uniJsrpsrsonal supervision ol R«gtmld Han- al beautiful Overton fcrk Shell . Under Ihv Slors'' 4000—SEATS—40QO Prices SI, 76c, 50c, 26c .Comi'iiji nc.vt: "VAGftBOND KING" August 7-August 12 lliiy j-oii, lickctt~7l ' K1RMY BROS. DRUG CO. PJione 23—Main & Broadway- ISlythcvillc Al The hospital! , • Blythevllle Hospital - : Mrs. B. L. Hale, Arriiorel, admitted. .Jackie Canipoy, city, admitted. Betty Jean Stivers, Holland admitted. . . . Memphis SI. Joseph's 'Hospital .-Eldse McBricie, Wilson, admitted. Mrs. Carl Adams, Joiner, admitted. Memphis Baptist . Hospital Mrs. Lee Dillard, Osceola. admitted. The Rev. M. p. Oathriglit, Manila, admitted. Mrs. L. P. Flemmlng, Luxora, ad- nlilted. Mrs. O. W. Knight, Osceola, admitted.' . Herman Newton, Oaceola, admitted.; .... Memphis Methodist Hospital Irene J;hns:n, Portageville, admitted. Mc'Cann Family 'ltcuhl«n A .family reunion whs held 'r:r the Mccann. family 'at Reelfoot Lake, renn,, Sundi'y 'when a -large number of relatives from Atwood and McKenzle, Tenn., Joined 'the McCanii relatives from here and enjoyed an all day cut Ing at tiie park there. A 'fish fry was enjoyed and swimming arid I»R V 'riding were enjoyed throughout the afternoon Among those fr;in )>erp •vim attended were Mr. and Mrs. E w McCann arid daughters, Helen aiid Mary Anna, Mrs. Floyd Wagstcr and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mnr- 1 cus Limbaugh, o. W. McCanh and Oscar Kearney of Cooler and Mr. and Mrs. L. 'A. McCaiiii and children of Matthews '••• • ' I WciiilzcJJ-Aiiiltrson ncuniori A rcimion was lield fcr ilia Wclnt^ell-AiKicrson families n't Sikeston Sunday, this being their flisl reunicn in nine years. The affair, \yhlch was held at Uio home of Mrs. panic Anderson, was In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wclniy.cU and sou, Lloyd Jr of Brcoklyn, N. Y., who arc visiting relatives in Southeast Missouri this •week. Among those who nUendod were Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Lewis and son, and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph McGee and daughter of Sikeston, Mrs Glynii Anderson and daughter of Campbell, Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Wemtzell of . Portageville, Mr. arid Mrs. Chris Wcintzcll and daughter Carrie, of Steele, and the guests' of. honor. * • '» V'sifs Cluster Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lester were in Memphis Monday where Mr. Lewis consulted :i socialist. They al3D visited cluster Taylor of Cooler, who is n patient in tlic Metli- oclist. liospltnl where lie underwent an emergency appendectomy Saturday nighU. He is still in n very serious condilion bul is expected ti improve by tomcrrow. His wife nnd daughter, Imogcne. and also' his mother, Mrs. Lula Dean are with him iis is a brother, Alfred Taylor and Mrs. Taylor of Memphis. * * * Son Horn Mr. and Mrs. ) Johnson Buchanan of Stcclc are announcing the arrival of an 8!i pound son on July 13th. Tlie baby has been named Jnckic Richard. Tin's is a second son. * * * SciinyHaycji Honored Mrs. Vcrnon Hayes was the charming hostess to n party Monday afteniocin in honor of tlie third bh'thday anniversary of her sen, coniiy Hayes. A large niunUer of little frienils came and spent the afternoon with Sonny in playing games and at the close of the afternoon refreshments c 1 ! pimento cheese . sandwiclies. cookies and iced drinks were served: * .* * , '. The Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Sadler of Union, Mo., who are conducting a revival meeting In Marston this week were visiting friends in Steele 'yesterday. Among fh:se frctn Here who went to Sikeston M/.nday night to attend a revival \yere Mr. -arid Mrs. J. F. Patterson, the Rev. arid Mrs. j. w. Cunningham and Mrs. T. E. Nelson. Rev. Sadler is a. former paster cf the Steele Baptist church Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cope of Her- moiidale arc announcing the arrival of a son bom July 18th : at flicil Mrs. ;cope uas Mfcrc her ge Miss Helen Thurmond of St«e!c. Buddy Simpson and Mbieland HoUeman M Blytheville, M^oses Lpulse. Beckham and Velrna Jones •*•{ i? 0 ?,^ ^an all day picnic ^^"^ L ^«- -T 61 " 1 - Sunday. ' O. B. Theabold of Memphis spent last week; here as .the guest of Mrs..H. N. Pulliam, Mrs. Pulliam accompanied him home and spent tho weekend in.Memphis where she was entertained in the home of Dr and Mrs. J. c. Ayers Jr. Mrs. Pulliam recently moved ch her farm which Is located near Cooler after living in Memphis for a number of years. She is a sister of A. H. Beckham of 'Cooler. Skipper and Buck Miller and their grandfather; A, S. Milter spent Sunday at Huffman where they were 'guests cf Mrs. R H Green. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Welnlzcll and sou, Lloyd Jr., of Brooklyn, N. V., -«ho are spending two weeks with relatives In-Southeast Missouri arrived here kdiiy for a visit, with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Weintzell before returning to (heir home Thursday. Mr. and. Mi's. Sum Ellis are visiting relatives in Braggadocio this week. Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. and children have returned after a visit with her. sister, Mrs. L. A. Badger of. 'Cannaltpn, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Casey spent Sunday at, Crocket Mills and Bells, I Tcnn., wilh relatives. They, were accompanied home by Mrs. Casey's sister, Mrs. Claude Fife, and daughter, Roxane, of Bells, who will be their guests this week. : Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis are moving to Kennett today where Mr. Lewis lias accepted a position with Die Bluff City Beer Company. .Joe Hiissell, Tom Crawford arid Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell spent last, 'weekend in Luray, Tenn., with friends and relatives. They were'ac- c:mpan'ied, home by Miss Louise Russell who will be their giiest for several days. Mrs. John Russell who became worse Sunday night is belter at this time. T. N. Briggance has gone to Detroit, Mich., for several days visit yillh his son, Willie Briggance. Students Dive Safely In Hand-Made Helmets KENT, O. .(UP) — Jack Harris and Joseph Michaels, both sophomores at Kent slate University, assembled parts of two oil cans, a water boiler, garden hose and two tii'e pu'iiips aiid fiuLshed with two (living helmets. They have submerged successfully 35 feet utider water with the home-made helmets. . The/aslilonable wedtilng was over The bfido aiid groom made a. rush for their motcr car to .escape the rice and the ragging ot their friends and were speeding away on their honeymoon. The ladles of the company remained to exchange greetings and express adulations over the beautiful ceremony, the loveliness of the bride and the- brilliant future that awaits the newly-weds, ,Tjie father of the groom, a prominent Southern physician, wanders .thoughtfully out Into the corridor of the church where ho .meets a fellow physician, an old friend of the family. "Well, Doctor, your son Is married and if tic and his bride will keep all of the many vows thai the minister made them promise, they should live most hnppily,—for he made them promise nearly everything." "But," said the wise old physician "the minister overlooked tile most important vow." "What's that,-Doctor?" "He should have made them promise that when either of them became fretful, grouchy, and bilious, the other would promptly administer Calotabs, .for" said lie, "biliousness Is the cause of more family trouble, misunderstandings, rights and dl- 'orces, than almost any other factor." Note:—This i s n t rlm B tory of a con- cr«uion between two physicians In the S Sf ° . a '"sMtmnWo church on oachlrco street. Atlanta, Ga. (Printed s an advertisement tiy tho makcis of IjUlOtftDS.) I • i i / Coolest Spot in Town Buses in Malay States Use Beaches' as 'Roads SINGAPORE (UP)—Buses which run where there are no rdads, und use the tide-table as their timetable, afe described in the first annual report of Stanley W. Nelson, a Ministry of Transport cmdal in charge ot reorganizing road transport in the Malay states. "The most adventurous services are those which 'run along the sea slKre'bn the.East coast of Pahang," writes Nelscn. "They operate in a district where there are no roads." Air Conditidrieil - For ,Vour Comfort Lowest Rules 111 E. Main SI. — BlytrisvillD to the Movies on a. FREE TICKET! Trade here and get free tickets to either Ritz or Rosy Theatres at our expense. .$.10 in .Trade— — AfliiH Ticket S5 in Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES HI E. Main 320 «'. 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