The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 4, 1938
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Y, APRIL A, 19,38 BLYTHRVILLR (ARK.) COUKIKR NRWR District Woman's C!ul> Group To Meet. Tuesday, Wednesday C . — > . sipluros Literary anclj ""vo AIHII runi raii Tic .1 i i M™. Alum Ooncla Irack bweepslakes InUv, County Event Thn Arniorel school, Oopcland und Mrs. C. Held were;> lo a 1 contract, bridge party al Uic liomc of Mrs. Kcid Friday evening. Tlie j parly was carried out In the old ,„, , . • * 11 " rt l °- : Fool's Day Theme. Invilalions, tal of 117 poms m ituluslrial, 111-i which were done in mirror wriliiiB. m,ry and alhlelic divisions, »- 0 »l ask( , d (lie K uc.sCs lo a bunco pariv first honors in the Mill annual 1,1,1 W)K ,,, ,, K . y wc , e „.,,,. ,„' ,,,' I meet for negro .schools of (be cm,,,- Ulc lloslew *,, lorme( , lnem [^ ty MA .a Wilson 1-viday, Hlylhc- i thcy wcrc (o , . ,, rl( , p.^,.,. d wilh (3 points, i vver< . (lolls ( |,- ( ,. w( | after having won (]csl place in, rain I wo of Utf.sf In cellopliane dunce caps and cream cones and bevciaires. .-.isslppi coimly Sjwcia! fcalmos or the mtcl, wtri- tlie cborus of liiti voices from j 25 .schools v.'lilch sang "De-re's No, Hirlliiluy lyinm-r Hidln' Place Down Dcre" and thi-j Mrs. Ellis Hunt was hostess in rhythm band of 75 children fruinln twelve o'clock dinner in honr>r of the nine schools bavins: moiv'lhe. ninth birthday imnivcrsm-y of than two teachers. • her dautdiU'r, Marilyn, Friday. The 'Hie ornl English coutesl wnsi gui-sls, who were all classmates, won by Ucnmrd Toilette, of lily- ( came borne with her from school theville. who spoke on tlie sub-1 ut noon and alter dinner wa.s serv- jecl. "The Negro a lector in thejed the guests inesenled the gucsi Solution of the Race Problem." ' of iioncr with many prelty little First, second and Ibinl place gifts. wnners in the six teacher .school Those unending were Lillie Lou division were: Wilson, Jackie Aslier, Arlene Primary recitations: Blyllievillc. Wiislit. Joy Chandler und Mary Osceola and Armorel, Wilson. Sue Brooks. Intermediate, recitations: Blylhe- j ... ville, Osceola, Wilson. Junior high recitations: Blylhe- ville. Oseeola, Armorel. Writing booklets: Oceola, morel. Wilson. Writing posters: Armorel, theville, Wilson. Freehand drawing: Bly theville, f unorel, Osceola. first, second ami third places the three, four »nd five teacher division were: Primary recitaltmis:' Uurdette, Luxora, Grider. Intermediate rcfllations: Carson, Grider, Luxor*. Junior high ornlions: Carson, Grider, Luxora. Writing booklets. Carson. Bnr- (le.U'e, Luxora. Writing posters: Burdette, Grider, Carson, Freehand drawing: Carson, Gricl- cv, Blrdsong. First, second and third places in the one and (.wo teachers schools were: Primary recitation: Evadale and Joiner, Victoria Chelford. intermediate recitations: Number Nine, Evadale, Promised Land. Junior high recitations: Number Nine, Nodena, Huffman, Writing Land, Hun Mrs. Cluster Taylor and daughter. Imogene, were called to Dyersburg. Tcnn. Friday by the death Ar- of their aunt. Miss Helen Kennedy of Ridgley, Ely- Tenn. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Frame nncl Mr. and Mrs. C. bopklets: . Promised »n, Ya.rbro. > ,^ S. Atlbritton. Misses Michic, Betty Louise Clccnuions, Beckham, Glenn Emma Writing (Sobers: Huffman, Prom-l Denton. Gene Brown. Fayc Ritldick. Dorothy Micols, Helen Luster and Mary Frances Wngstcr ii'crc visitor.'! in Cape Girardeau Saturday. Mrs. Sidney Lipscomh who has been seriously ill for several days is some better at this time. Mrs. S. P. Lee, jr., and daughter of Memphis spent the past week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kelley. Miss Aulcan Casey, of Paris, Temi., Is the guest of Mrs. E. Casey and daughter, Miss Vallie. Rev. J. W. Cunningham spent (he past few days at Poplar Bluff and Pitman, Art:. Mrs. Buddie Crawford and children have joihed her husband who is employed in Memphis and will make their home Iliere. Mrs. Emma June Brooks has been returned from a hospital in St. .Louis (o the home- of her daughter, Mrs. Scber : McQlnrc, of i.wd Land, Yarbro. Freehand drawing: I ifi' I he \vere.: Highlower, arbro, Promised Land. 'Virst, second and third places boys' athletic contests Word was received here Saturday of the death of Virgil Jones, 27. who died at his home in Texas Friday. The details of his death were not related in a telegram sent to relatives here. He was n brother of Charlie. Ray, Lticion When the nl) (nevllle Woman's club enVeriains the Forrest City district ledfTiitum Tuesday and Wednesday, for its ainnml convrn- lioii, it ivll! l»- hostess to n number ol outstanding Arkansas women. Plans have been completed l^r the i-cmvcnticui, which will begin ui nine o'clock in (In- ni'irnln/ and continue through WedJH-silay noon, when adjournment will be announced ;it 'Dj-ess, where [he final session ami a luncheon is in be held so that the leading c-!ub women of r> norlheiiM Arkansas' toinities may vie.v (he lihrury iberc. which they have aided, and also the ^overunu-nt:, hinnuiv, pro- jtct. .. ' liverytliinx, wcms perlccl, with even ;;t>:j;j vveatljer ])iophi'Siifd, no coidin-f (o uu'nilici'.s <.l the local convention committee, who have ;ts!;iMcd Mis. K. I-', ulomeyer. president of the hostess Hub, in making arianj;cinents lor iln- jiipclin;;. Tlic meeting is to be hold ut the Pirst. DajitiM church. Misses Grace McHuhind, Jcssalyn lllo- inejer, V/inifred Cj'awlord, .Sne liamey. Mary Jeanne Allliuk, Lyn- i'll« Tucker. Hetty Drooks Isaacs and Sara Lou McCntchen arc to be passes for all Ihc meetings, FollO'A'ini; the i'e«istuition and ,'i.s.signnienls there will be an executive committee meeting ui !):30 o'clock. Tlie program will begin ut len o'clock, when district, olliccrs. and chairmen will be in a processional. Mrs. O. L. Robinson of Rule, district president. Mrs. T. T. Mar- iclis of Uarrisburg, first vice president. Mrs. U. K Blomcycr, us president of tlie Blylheville chapter, and Mrs. S. S. Steinberg, chairman of ihe local convention connniUee, will preside. Lloyd Ward and Russell Rirr will present the stale and national flags as representatives- of Ihe UK- thevillo Boy Sfouts. Mrs. Howard Proctor, formerly of here anil now of Little Rock, will lead the pledge of allegiance before Mrs. John I. Jones, of .Forrest. City, leads in (he reading ol the club collect. Mrs. John W. Edrington. of Osee- ola, will lead in the singing of "America." The invocation is lo be said by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church. Mrs. c. E. digger will represent the Woman's club, and Charles S. Lemons, the Chamber of Commerce, iti welcoming the delegates and visitors from the 29 clubs of tlie federation. Mrs. P. p. Jacobs, of Glider, is to give Ihc response. Mrs. M. J. Klinriworlh of Earle, district program chairman, who with Mrs. Paul I,. Tipton. program chairman far the "Local Nine," will give her report before guests of honor are presented antl olticers' reports of committees, Mrs. S(,em- berg will represent tlie local group, committee reports given. In the Mrs. Murray Smart is to play an organ snlo before Mrs. Robinson speaks on "Consli'Uction al the Cross Bonds". This K to be followed by nil "In Meiuorlam" by Mix Urn-it Merrill, ol Wilson. Mrs. J W. Vi'lvin <il I/.uvAille, jirertu- of the slate avswlutloii. Is t.') speak on "The Club Wonnin". A vo;-ul solo by Mrs. Hoy l);ivis. ul Wvmn>. will follow this mlilii'ss. The linal number ol the ijioni- lii 1 ! session will be an address "Tlmmsli lliii Windows ol n iler- ullon" by Mrs. Klwixul Hakcr of Di'imolt, president, ol the Arkan- MIS Icdcrulion. 'I'ilc Fine Art.'; liinc-heuM. '.vhHi is to he M-n'i-tl al the Woman's dub nl !'..> o'cluek. Is open KI the .nubile. AnnouiU'tuntnt was mutli! Inilay Una ihe cooperation ol nil club Wdiiii'ii of Blyllievillc was nrsfd in having an excellent utlcii- d;inir n(. ihls affair. Tickets- may lie secured fur Ifi cents, the com- Mis. I). I,, Kim »r Hull-nil, dis- liict Fiin; Arts rhairiiiuii. is to be in charge of this program. Mis. Uussi-ll Piiir, Mrs. TiDton and Mis. (if-orsc M. !,<•« ar<- to sin';. .Miss Itosahii Miuidt, of Helena.. will •live iwo violin numbers with her inoUicr. Mrs. .Selig Mundl al Ihc piano. Holjcrt Hvans. of Wilson, will sins?, and Mrs. Kllswnrlli Turner r-f Vanndiiliv will i;lvi- a rradin;;, for eiilei-lainiiient. in :«(- dilion lo Mi's, Ross's hilk. The iiflprnonn scssian. In lie lu-ld al the Pirsl Haptlsl Church, will begin al 1:31) o'clock, wilh Mrs. Kobinson mid Mrs. Martlis presiding. Mrs. 11. K cnrrlc. of Cruw- fordsvllle. nill lead Die club and a rcadln« "Women of the the opi-n inci'iin K Tuesday iiljiht. the city aiidliiirlinn, when Mrs. PAGE THREE ' on Dii, chill;. IMnil-Urbcui ^niiunid fcd- i|». Ml-s in ul the ciiminti Cooperiiddii uf Olllli(ll), is I;, S|«.;l|; Oil "Kcllll' for l.ivin;!," The Illllluill,, ; c! is lo be :it ti». 'church ii, l .' I(11 , winncn i;o ID ])yi>ss. Olllccrs i,l Hi,-' district li'iicmlim, are: .Mis o, I, lioblnson ..! Harlc, prcsltlciii; ,\) )Si 'p. •]'_ Mm-dis ,„' iruiTisbuif, llr.-.i. vlcu iircMtlcni; Miss Doriilhcii Mt'Oownn of C.iilun A I'liiiil. sivnud \ic« pivsidcnt; Mrs.' 1 " 1 " H. H. Junes ol O,-,n'Olu, KTOldin); < Hsl sccri'iary; Mr,,. Ui>n|,- 0 Turner ul Kisrlti. e(jMes|iiindin t i socrclury; Mrs. John J. jirfu., s „[ ).',),.|.,.st (,' 1( y' trcasujvi; Mrs. w. (;. Dinning ,',i Ih'K'iKi, uiullinr: Mrs. H. .4. Mor- lison til /.jrii', iiariuinionliiriiin Mrs. .hilin \v. MdriiiKlun ol Oxr- ola. diMiict Icdfi'iidon dlrituir. Ocparum in. fhulriiiHi arc; Mr-: Uoward l'i<«. W |- ol LtUK' K.jck, Amci-lcun i'lli/.fiislilp, wilh Mis. j. fit!lionbcri;cr cf 'IVion/ji-. nlininniin ol division uf civil scivice. Mis. W. ,s. NVwsunit' uf Wynne, chiiiiiniin cduciiijoii, with Mrs. Hex Wheeler of Mullen, chairman division ot libiury extension; Miss Corn |.ir Ciili'inaii, or Dhliievllli' vlll.', siK'ukeis' buivau; Mls.s Doro- limns, Mrsl, vlcn prf.slilent, Mrs Ilcn llii'ii Mtoownn, Cothm I'lmii, fed- R Hunyan. W ou,l vln- tiresldenl i-rnlloii extension; Mrs, Allen Cox, Mrs. llaryoy dray, third vlce'prosl- <if IU'lenii moHon plcluro..;; Mrs. Idciit, MM. On,land Scott, record- Mi'i'tln MlntlswoHli.of Enrli!. riiillol IIIK secrelury, Mr.s I- 10 Tide cor- I ficrnniny Tries rij,h Sausage I r.KP.UN i.Ul') -AS pan C f t 1). M. II| B BS, of 1'iwiw. )•'. 8. iriililiiird, indowment; Mrs. W, o! luiilc, Iliiiiuei'. ol 'Ci'i'tiuy, nnd Mrs. lic'.vcy McC'one, ticusiirer. MIB. 11. I. ' II. Cjjisvford «ii'; uppoliiU'd i)r'i.v)n- ( al si'ivlci' clialrin;in, Mrs. Homer (illfton. soelnl clmlrninii, und Miss Helen .Slum 1 , ml'.slon study chair- iiiiin, j '1'ln 1 uii'fdilii.iipi'iicri with n Mini; Masonic l.ixluo w«s Insllliited imtl piaycr .servli,'.' U(jv. (imy !«! iK'iv recently by Km I K, lio^.iiii.ili'Vdlioiis. Miss S'linw talked on the (llslrict. deputy i>f tbc Tcnlli Mil-''1'illi's of olllcei.s mill oi)inmltli:ra .'mile District. There me n char- UT ' (I fxplnlncd the .stunOnrtl of, ex-' <•!• members. H. II, Crawford Is j W^'nce for societies. T] u . orKnn-j W(ir.shl|ifnl IMH.stei, A. W. l.cdford, j' 1 " 1 ' 1 " 11 "'"•'' '» clntruc (if Mrs. Ilnr-1 Hi'iiliir Witrdcn, lioiupr Wlllluuis,j V1 'V C1 mv. cnllslment chulrman for; Win-den, ll. A, Klinbrounh',• MI.>lMtppl ctiuniy and wile of Rcv.i Cliuuwi, scciclni'y. l(l 'iiy, uti.stiir of Uic Hapllsl nliiirch ! Si'iilnr l)r«c«n. und : " ! ".vc.'is. Oiinlor Deacon. - - — ! Visilinii lodges n.mi Wilson and j I.IIXWK were jjn'.'eiii for Hn.. ct-n-ij nmnli's. lie|;ulur ineellui; (linos will;' I.e llu- Itiinlh Tiic.'iilny • or each |. month. The plim- u [ inmalni! Is on j • I |l"' upper | llo.»' ol the adiniulstin-i A,,,,,,,,,,,, lion bmldlm; in me ninununiiy i,....:. ,i,, ccnli-r. All MiiMiiis nf Ihc connlyi' jiirc invilid t« iiii-ct wllh the l)yec:i IHIliup, . the campaign to cncouraue Oermaivs Ho eft', more Tsh, Uic Stale Re.- .winreh Odlce (s ci'rr.vini; out cx- t perlbU'iil,'. In RuiJti-.g .wusaijM |liom llsh. If Hi... lesir.ts arc ,sui- I'-cssful, lli» new llsh wiisave will 1 Ix- plarcd on tld! market'. Hi'iHI Oi:i:UiNews Wanl If. Ani'iils Teul ft Awn V.'i8 in- 3.W-W RMIiiiii'ieii. 1 . Dlylhi'Vllle, Ark. lor lion in jiistlliitlons of' tiii'ii'i'i- leai'iiihi;; Mrs. i>eiry llt-rin,;. ( ,i Foi-esi Clly, ndiilt ('(luciulun; 'MIS Clio HiuvtlHiine. ul llrinkley, dl- vi.sjon ol biiilnvay tjcantllicdtuiu Mrs. Kmiih .John.son, uf Miiruin Amcili'iin horn,., w llh Mis. Juines Cherry. u[ I'aikin, division ol i>ur- dcn.s, und Mrs. j. A. Kmrich. ol Tyron/a. houw extension .servlt-e, Mrs. 1!. I,. KOSS, ol Heli'ini. line ni'l.s, wiib Mrs. j. j). Dinck, of Chnllli'ltl. division of ml; M,- S . j. liible" will be given by Mrs. Turner "'nrc; 13 numbers. ! imi.sic. tuid Glen cmft and Jones. Jones ;ind Ahner Ash- .sot! of MIS. Grace Suit, case race: Carson, Frenchman's Bayou, Blythevilte. \Vlicclbarro\v race: Hlckinnn Ynrbro. Calumet. Fifty yard dash: Hicknian. Bly- tliei'ille. Luxora. Hundred yard relay: niylhe.villc, Nodenti, Osceola. i Fifty yard clash: Armorel, Bly-! thevllie. Osceola. j Hundred yard dash: Luxora.' Blylheville, Amiorel. ! Running Ijroad jump: Blytlie-l ville, Osceola and Armorel (tie). First, second and third places "Say II with Music", the tlirec- in the girls' athletic events were: sict comvdy presented hy the girls Sack race: Frenchman Bayou, of the Home Economics department Carson, legged Wilson Society—Personal W. Ai-msli-oni!, ol .loiu-.suuro, Iller_.. ... iilnrr; Mrs. Hoy Puvls, ol Wynne for the oiKiiin ' An addir-ss "Iittemalionnl He-j MM. «. H. Dudley, of Joneslxno lalions is to be- given- by Mrs. Inierimiimml ivimto'ns- Mrs o A' J. H. Wilson of El Dmiido. st.itc-' rljinnan of Internnlional Helii- tions. This will bv Miss Ell/ul of Marianiiii. Mrs. W. 11. McCain of Colton I'lanl, first vice presldenl of Hie slate aroup, will speak for tin- second address of the nflcriison. Report.': of department chairmen, club delegates and nominaliiiK i-oiinnitlee and the first reading of the resolutions will conclude this session. For entertainment, it wn.s decided lo have Die visitors taken for 11 tour of lite city v.-itli • Ibe chamber of commerce as host. Immetlialcl.v after the afternoon session, the wcmcn will be motored over the city, where they will visit business places of interest, and view the hcmes.. through Walker p.irk. and through some of (lie nearby country sections lo view places of interest. . There are to he 'n- number 'of informal dinners given at the Hole! Noble" tomorrow night bv Blytho- vllle women and others will entertain them in their homes. The public has been invited to Scaley, of Ucclor, legislation; Mrs. .laiiet liloiuit. of Marlamui. press followed by nm- !IIU | i.nblicily;' Mrs K 8 -'• Harriu:;lon, ot lliyt|,eville. public welfme; . : M. llundliiiusen. ol West Mem- . , community swice Mrs c»l ul the wives of Die iidinliil.slni-i live inicc ol Uycxs, held their reu-' iilur weekly meeting In the Dvess Mi-iniirliil Library Tliiirsdii.v, Tbel wnint'ii spcnl Ihc entire nflcrimmi I wiiiklui: ,in Ui ( i bonk blndlin; pru- jeci iceenlly Installed -by the 11- briit.v. Mombi'v.s (if home dciiion- slialion club.s of tbe colony also assisted In binding books. 'flu' women were directed in n u . work by Mrs. lioy F.-nncll. Mra. A. I.. Holland, mid Miss Helen Blmw supervisor of (he lllnnry. Afrs. Tom Pranks, ns hos-lwis ror the tii-oup served rc'li'Cshmenls at lite clow of Hie session. Mrs. J. li. Tankcrsley vvn.s elected presldenl of the liapttsl wo- unin's missionary society, which wns oi'Biiiilzwl In (he home of Hcv. 'ey Ciniy recently, Other offl- Mis. 11, I,, \vil- , , J. D. I'orlenbeny, nl Imbudi-n, di vision of public health; Mrs. Porter Schultx, of Hrlnkley. junlor.s; Mrs. A. l>. Tcarfiic, of Wynne, niritl cooperation; Mrs. W. L. Hlann, of Marion, historian:' Mrs. Martin KllndivocUi. of Kiirlc, proBrani' Mrs. tt. K Clinic, of Criiwldrds- FRIWDAIRR SKRV.ICK Only Aiilhurl/cd Ken Ire In !Mlsslssl|i|i| Counly (' m Jte.sidi'Mce J'jtH Phone d7 E. B. Gee Sales Co. I'.. H. dec, Mgr. 10,1 S. Srcniid SI. Afi.MN, TtllS YEAR • WP; \VI!,1, l\K 1'OH AUTO .SI'IAT COV MRS fr NU\V I'A'ITKKN.S •k NI'IW S'I'Vl.KS * N'KW I'lMCIOS To make roum for ttnr nen Mock nr scut clivers \vV are. dcisiiiB nut nui- (iivsenl stoi'k at I't l(tw <'tisl prices-. COMli IN TODAY. . SAVH Ml',;. WIIII.H TIll'.V ]..\>iT, TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Mf \Valiml I'hniic «:« GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Harl K. 1'urkcr, Prop. ciiciu'oe note) mat. 'ISXI'KKT SIANlCUIilNG" Hemorrhoids-Piles niltKI) WITHOUT'SURGERY & GUAKANTKKIJ i S.'ilc, sure and wllli !<•« discomfort. AU illsfiises inn! ronilUliiiLi nf nervoun orliln, f"in idhni'iita and gkin c»nctrs Irratrd and rurcd »( our cHlllo. DKS. NIES & NTES Osleopalhlc Phy.slcUni llljllievlllf. Ark. 511 1'boue B8 us your SPRING Call us loiliiy for llio linosl job or'lml. clonn- inj! you ever snw for 65c Peerless Cleaners CHERRY AND FRANKLIN PHONE 162 '^ai. lla Cteo^ifc^i' 1 MEL KOONTZ-FAMOUS HOLLYWOOD ANIMAL TAMER-WRESTLES .WITH A FULL-GROWN LION! St. Paul Three legged race: Carson Frenchman Bayou, Number Nine. Fifty yard dash; Luxora, Armorel, St. Paul. Sack, race: Carson, St. Paul, .^4'ftlieville. •'jy w rclay: Grider, yard wWdell, St. Paul. Fifty yard dash: Wilson, Armorel, Yarbro. Officers in charge of this literary and track meet, were; L. W. Jfnraway, president; Bessie Parlee, secretary; w. L. Curric trens- ol the Wilson high school, was at- lended by a large audience Friday night at Ihe school auditorium. The cast, was well selected, each performing Ihcir role capably. Little Jean Graves of Keiser and Alice Williams of Driver. performed dancing specialties between acts. 'Hie proceeds will be used lo purchase new draperies for the Home Bionomics building, which lias recently been completed. Miss Sara!) Morgan, who attends JIdKlrix College at Comvay. lias arrived here to spend Ihc spriti; nrer; Annie H. Currie. supervisor;! "cation witli her parents, Mr. and W. S. Barabin, athlelic direclor', *' rs - J - E - Morgan. Mrs. Berry Crain and Mrs. C. L. Uiid were among Ihose from here who saw Helen Hayes in "Victoria Reginn" nl Ibe Ellis auditorium I-'ralerJialism Found Gi-owin^ NEW ORLEANS (UP)—Because many persons are returning lo work, frntcmalistn Is growing, said Fred H. Jones, supreme chancellor of Ihe Knighls of Pythias, Los An- hi Memphis Tuesday night. Mrs. R. E. Cox and Mrs. W. F. Wilson were Memphis visitors Wednesday. Belts who was here on a visit to| Miss Lorcne McCain visited in Lomswna ajid Mississippi lodges. ' Kayii. Mo .. Thursday. SAVINGS ON USED CARS ALL * 1931 Chevrolet Coupe ......................................... $99.00 Rims good— Good Tires 1935 Plymouth Sedan ...................................... $199.00 Good Shape ... No Trade 1937 G.M. C. V 2 tonPick-Up $575.00 Clean. Low mileage. 18" Wheel. 1 !. 1935 Chevrolet %. ton truck ...................... $175.00 A Bargain 1936 G.M. C, iy a ton Truck ....................... $395.00 Long W. B. Stake body. Real buy LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G.M.C. Trucks 307 E. Stain Sales and Service Oldsmobiles Phrme m HERE'S MEL KOONTZ alone in die cage with four hundred ami fifty pounds of lion. The huge lion crouches— (lien springs straight atKoomz. Nerves cool as ice, iMel meets the charge head oa. Man and lion clinch. Onlookers fed ilicir nerves grow tense. l!ut Mel is master of the (least. No douhl about tin nerves bcinj; healthy! " I KUCSS you fhtiv to lie particular about your cijjnrcitc, Mel. I've often wondered if Camels are different from other fcinils?" And, us Mel points Oui, one big difference in Camels lus to do with healthy nerves. Mel says: "No matter how many I smoke, Camels dnn't fn/'/le my nerves." AFTER MEL KOONTZ had been schooling tigers fora new movie, Pcnn Phillips pot to talking with him on the dilTciencc between cigarettes. Koonti gives liis personal 1 nkc it from me, Pcnn, any onc-cigarcttc's- as-good-as-anothcr talk is tlie bunk. There arc n lot of angles to consider in smoking. Camel is iliccip.ircttc I know tally i »ic an all counts. My hat's off to 'cm for real, natural mildness — the kind tint doesn't get my nerves ragged—or make my throat raspy." slant on the question, above. And millions of other men and women find what they want in Camels, One smoker tells another: "Camels agree with me —all atouml!" On the air Mondays: E-D-D-I-E C-ft-N-T-0-R Amcrin'j urcat fun-mjkcr and pcisonality btouuht to you by C»mtl cittKllet. E»ct)' Mondial 7:50pm E.S.T., 0:}OpmCS.T., 8:30 pm M.S.T., and 7:30 pm P.S.T., over Columbii Nttwoit. On the air Tuesdays: BENNY GOODMAN THC "Kind OF SWING" V*"' n',^'" 1 Go '" !m "' Swing Band "jo eo (own." fv.ry Tucs- d <y •( 9:50 pmE.S.T., 8:30 pmC.S.T., 7:30 pm M.S.T.,.ni 6:JO pm P.S.T., oier Cotumbii Network. blend of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS Turkish and Domestic. "WE CHOOSE CAMELS FOR OUR OWN SMOKING. WE KNOW TOBACCO" -SAY THESE TOBACCO PLANTERS "[ know the kind Of tobacco used for in.ij,'hi£ various cicni-etU-.-;," says Mr. Reeklmm Wright, wlm Iiris » PC nl l!l year:! gi'0iviii(f lobacco— knows il from u, c . "Camel nol my choice grades last year -and many yul i,. s back," liu adds. "I'm lalkinrr fads wtien I say Canu-ls rice made from HOItH EXPENS1VK TOii.AC'COS." JIv. George Cruiu- liatifrli, another well-known planter, liad a fine tobacco crop last ycar."Mylx-slyct," he says. "And Ihe Came! people bought all Ihe choice lots-paid me more tlian I ever trot before loo. Naturally, Camel's the cigarette I smoke myself. Pact is, most planters favor Camels. So I krowtlialCamelsusefinerlouaccos." "I've grown over 87,000 pounds of tobaccoiiithcimst five years," says tills successful planter, Mr. Cecil White, of Danville, Kentucky. "The best of my last crop, and that of other local planters, went to Camels, as usual. And at the best prices, as it so of ten docs. I stick to Camels. I iiioio I'm smoking choice tobaccos."

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