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FAGITWO BLTtREVILLB (Alt) COUKttl KEWt FRIDAY, JULY IB, It4t Society, AtewA •eUa Saliba. Society Editor / Phoae 44C1 Bridge Luncheon Given For Mrs. Harry A. Maine* The Dick White residence at 1525 Holly wti the setting yesteidiy morning when Mn. White enter- tiined with a bridge luncheon complimenting Mrs. Harry A. Halnet. V>«* of iirden flowers in v«r- lous colon were irrtnged throusjh- out the entertaining rooms of the home. During the bridge games, Mr». Jamei Terry received high score with Mrs. James Roy receiving second hiih. The honoree was also presented i gift trom the hostess. Following the games, the luncheon was served al smaller tables. • • • Mrs. Saliba Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. George Saliba Jr. was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Thursday Rook Club at her home at 102 East Vine. Dating the afternoon games. Mrs. Harold Hlnsor received high score with Mrs. Dale Horn receiving second high and Mrs. Richard Prtchard, rooko. The home was decorated with attractive arrangement of mixed summer flowers. Following the games, the hoste.w served a dessert course. Rook Club and Guests Meet with Mrs. Poe Mra. C. L. Wren was a guest yesterday with members of the Blytheville Rook Club when Mrs. Elva Poe entertained at her home at 1M W ' Kentucky. China RTK' iziilk glass vases filled with attracttv arrangements of mixed gr 'en flowers were used throughout the home. Mrs. Wren won high score the games pi 'd, with Mrs. Roy Head winning second high and Mrs. O. O. I'-lru, roolto. A dessert course WBA served oy the hostess after the games. Mrs. Clouse Entertains Bunco Club and Guests Mrs. John Clouse was hosteu yesterday at her home when she entertained the Avalon Bunco Club and two guests, Mrs. Bus* Kitttnger »nd Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge. High score went to Mrs. Gene Kills during the afternoon games wrlth Mrj. Kettlnger receiving low •core and Mrs. Bill Gilbow. bunco Low crystal bowls [illed with gladioli, rowM >nd other mixed flow- era were used to decorate the en- tertajning rooms of the home. The hostess served refreshments of a salad plate with Iced drlnki. • ' * * Social Security Manager To B* in Town Weekly Lem E. Bradford, manager of the Jonesboro office of Social Security Administration, said today he wil ba In Blj'theville every Thursday beginning next week. Mr. Bradford, who has been coming here only twice a month, «tated he will be in the Employment Se c'urity Division Oftice. 123 South Second Street, from 11 a.m. each Thursday- He emphasized that he is avail able for consultation in regard to- old age and survivors' • insuranc and that Arkansas old age assist ance, or old age pensions, do no fall under the jurisdiction of his office. Gosnell W.S.C.S. Meets With Mrs. H. W. Pagan The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Gosnell Methodis Church met at the home of Mrs Bits of News Mrs. Oben Bryan Mlley of Bhef- ield, Ala., arrived yesterday to d a week k-ere as guest of her ather. Dr. F. A. Robinson, her Ister, Mn. Hush WhUsltt and rother. Jack Flnley Robinson. 'hey also ha a« their gueat, Mtts Margaret Polk of Memphis, ho will spend several days here. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hill will ar- Ive today from New York to be tie guest of his i other, Mrs, R. «I. Hill and his sister, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Several Interesting events being planned for Mr. and Mrs. Hill dining Iheir visit In Biylhevllle. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pirtlow and hilriren, Nancy. Graham «nd P»t, ames Peterson and Mrs. A. o Veblett *ere In Memphis last night where they attended the MOAT erformance of "The Student rmce." Taking a cabin at Lake Nor- ork for the weekend were Mrs -V. S, Johnston and daughter iosenixry. Mac '"'illiains, Misses Barbara Chil'- Mary Jo Nabera nd Lonnie Johnston. Judge and Mrs. Zal S. Harrison and sons. Max and Todd a id Mason D«y The grou-- left yesterday afternoon nd plan ' return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bush will irrtve from th? 1 .- home In Para;auld lo spend the weekend with Mr Bush's si '-r. Mrs. Cecil Shane Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rlchardaon. Mr. and Mrs. Orady Goff and son. ary and Mrs. Mllford Miller visited In Little Rock this week. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Davidson, and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley r« urned from Paris. Tenn., where hey spent a two weeks vacation •isiting w-fth friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs, J. Cecil Lowe anc •;ons. Jimmy and Jerry spent Wed nesday In Memphis and also at- ended the MOAT performance o •The Student Prince" that evening MIsa Pet Byars and Misi Willie S'ehhut r''-irned last nl»ht from Eureka Springs where they spen' :heir summer vacation. Albert Enderlln returned hnmr Wednesday from Booneville, when he underwent examinations at the sanatorium for the past three weeks. O. A. Roiwh returned frcoo a two weeks vacation spent In st Petersburg, Fla.. and other point of interest In Florida. He was ac compunted home by.his son, .oil Romh and family of Nashville Tenn., wn- made the trip with him. While In St. Petersburg they were the guests of hU daughter Mrs. Philip Dross. Mr. Dross anc family at the Tide Hotel. Mr. ant- Mrs. Otis Roush wll! spend thi weekend here as gur.sl of his fathe and her mother. Mrs. Myrtle Riley. Miss Bess Lamb of West Mem phis is spending several days her guest of her sister. Mrs. Jack Flnley Robinson and Mr. Robinson Mr«. Harry Sass p of Covington Tenn., and Mrs. J. L. Robertsoi of West Memphis returned to the! homes yesterday after having vis Ited with their sister. Mr.s. Alia Pickard and infant son. Vesleyan Service Guild •folds Regular Meeting The Wesleyan Service Guild of he Promised Land Me'.hodlst Church held their regular meeting esterday at the home of Mrs. Leoy Henry with eight members at- ending. 'The program was under th-i di- ecllon of Mrs. Jimmle Svkes. O:h- partlcipatlng on the program were Mrs. J. T. Sykes and Mr> Cal- In Hill. The business -session was cr.jtduct- d by Mrs. Henry, in the absence 'f the president. Mrs. Louise Galnes. The group planned to have a fish ry at Walker Park on Friday, July Z2. After the meeting, a social hour was held with bingo games neing >layed and refreshments served by he hostess. The next meeting will Be held luly 20, at the home or Mrs. Jimmle Sykes. Baptist Junior G.A/i Meet with Linda Kayder The Junior Olrl.s Auxiliary of th First Baptist Church met yesterda afternoon at the home of Ur.d Rayder with 10 members ano thre visitors present. During the business session, olfi cers were elected for the comii! year. They arc as follows: Mar jorie Daugherty. president; Mmlfc Jane Bartholomew, vice-prrslden Floy Scott, secretary: Marilyn H. W. Pagan yesterday with seven members present. The devotional, 'The Ambassador to the Cross." was given by Mrs. Pagan, who also read the scriptures Irom (he books of Isaiah and John, after which she led in prayer The president, Mrs. j. c. Davis. opened the business session wilh R discussion on the duties and re- porU of each officer. Mrs. Lester Reams was appointed as secretary of Children's woik durlns this time. Mrs. Marvin R,ist led the group ! Mr. >ot Luck Supper It Held y Baptitt fidflit C/aif The Firielis Sunday School Ciast f the First Baptist Church met last. Ight at the home of Mra Bob lames for a pot luck aupper. Co- ostesses were Mrs. H. R. Schmuck nd Mrs. Russell Wert. The meetini r.'aj opened with rayer by Mra. Alvin Huffmin Br., ollowed by the devotional by Mrs. .en T. Mayt. Mrs. W. T. Wade, clasa resident, presided during the busl- .ess session, at which time the roup captains were chosen. Mrs. W. Marion Williams offered he closing prayer. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By John Bay LUXORA NEWS Much Pemiscot' Cotton Is Lost Heavy Rains Cause 10 Per Cent Los* In County's Acreage M. D. Amburtey, Pemlscot Coun- y extenalon t int. uld that ex- e.vlve rains I this county hma tused • 10 per cent lou In cotton rops, which amount* to approxl- nately 15.000 acre*. Normal Ion j«r year Is in estimated two per «nt. Mr. Amburjey Aald that he A dvislng farmer* ta re-pl>nt with J-100 fybeans, early maturing hybrid corn. Several ftrmeri have reported hat flea hopper*, which attack he .-small cotton squares, have bean to move Into thin area, but M> ar no serloila damage has been eporled. « • * 4 More Polio Cases Listed During Week Four new cases of Polio have been reported to the Pemlscol County Hea 1 '!! Office, according to Gertrude Christian, County Health Nurse. The victims are: Jlmniie Zar Roberts. 3, Caruthersville: Melvln Ray Jackson, 4, Sleele; John An drew Wlgglngton. 2. Caruthersvllle and Oains Allen Smith, 3, Steele All are hospitalized. Seventeen case* have been re ixirted throughout the county . thi year. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen spent several days last week In Lake Village, as the guest of Mrs. Bowen's mother. Mrs. H. C. Patterson. Mrs Patterson returned home with them for a two week's visit. The Business Womens .Circle ol the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night, with Mrs. C. A. Jackson hostess. Mrs. G. C. Driver. Jr gave the devotional. "A New and Living Way." Mrs. J. W. Smith had charge of the program, title belni "ChrLst the Answer for Errors Catholicism." after which the hostess served a dessert course. Miss Wade McHenr.v is on i month's vlsit'ln New York City a the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ottt, Krouse. She motored there with a<V other aunt, Mrs. William Hudson' Shreveporl. Louisiana, and Mn Julian Muller of Middlin. Texas. John Thweatt spent three day n Uttle Rock last week, attending the district Rotary convention. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard havi recently returned from Chicago where they spent two week. 1 ! as th guest of their daughter, Mrs Charles Ramey, and family. ...Chas. Corkran left Monday fo a. two weeks visit with hls'soni Charles, and Joe, and families, ll Flint. Mich. Misses Marilyn and Jean Owen left, last week to enter nurses train Ing school in Uttle Rock, at St. Vincent's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunt, former Luxorans, and now of Tupelo, Miss., spent several days here last week, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hires. B and P Gink Me*4« The Business and Professional Women Club met Thursday night uly 7 at the Public UQrary. Thla meeting wa* the monthly iroffrajn meeting and Dr. 0. B. leechw, County Health Doctor, •as guest. Dr. Beecher wa* assisted y Mr. McCork, also connected with ounty health work. Dr. Beecher and Mr. McCork bowed several films on contagious their cause* and preven- Dr. Beecher also discussed he half-mill tai (to be used for oounty health work) which Is to be oted on here July 36. He asked the adies to aid In every way pouible o get the tax approved. Caruthersville Swimming Pool Closed Temporarily The Municipal Swimming Poo has been closed for an indefintt period of time by an order of th city administration. Earl Hi'dgens. poo! manage]', ,saii ils action was taken because th pool was operating at a fiuancln loss after a sudden increase of polio in this area. He said that if the polio sit nation remained on an increase the pool would be closed tor th rest of the summer. HAYTI NEWS Nan H»tt«n Mr. and Mrs. Hardln Grimm of Detroit, Mich, Sammv Muller of Pudac. Ky.. and Mn. Nancy Prey •>f St. Um!s. Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Martin Tuesday. Fred Rowe and son, Fred, Jr., left Thursday morning for Bowie, Tex ax. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howe of Cape Olrardeau spent Wednesday, with Mrs. Jennie Rowe, Mr. Howe's mother. E. C. Rowe and Mrs. Givla Lavender of Detroit, Mich., spent Sunday and Monday with their niece, *4rs. Hunter Shelton, and (amtly. Mrs Lorene Pearce and children left Tuesday to return to their riome on Columbus, Georgia. They have been visiting Mrs. Pearce's parent*, Mr and Mrs. Frank Foster. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster. Jr.. and children of Booneville, Mo., spent several days this week visit- Ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster. Sr. Child Welfare Work Scholarships Available Through Missco Agency Scholarships, preparing rjrl« for*- earetri In Child Welfare work, ire liable now through the Child Welfare Division of Arkansu Welfare, Mrs. George Ptavatl, worker in Mississippi County revealed today. Mn. Favati explained that although the scholarahipx had been available for several years they had not been sought by any one from this county. It was pointed out that the scholarships start with a few months training at the state office Little Rock, where the applicant \i paid >140 a month prior to beginning school work. While in school she has her tuition paid and receives $120 a • -onth, and she may select any school of social welfare to receive her training. To be eligible for the scholarships the applicant must have a degree. representing four years college work, arid be Interested In welfare social work. Following the year of Instruction the worker then can be placed, doing child welfare work, with a starting sal-ry of $115. A second year's scholarship a also available f~>r ;hose wishing to get a master's" degree in social welfare. Ml.ss Polly Wilson, who was Child Wr"are Consultant, here for seven years, received her training through this scr- ' irshlp. and was to complete work on her master's degree today. Her second year's scholarshil wa. provided by the Cripnied Children's Division rather than child welfare, however. She will receive her mister's de- eree in medi il social work. In August she will be it Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. Favati said that girls interested in the scholarships, covtd arranee for office Interviews wilh her for r-irther information. At The Hospitals Daugherty. reporter: Ann Hesle pianist and Patsy Weaver, orngra chairman. later in the afternoon the croup l worked on their Forward Step, after which refreshments of Ice crcr.m and cake were served. Mrs. Albert Enderlln Is coumclnr of the group. Mylherllfe Dismissed: Carl Ivy. Armorel. Myrtle Engles. Manila. Homer Pace. Steele, Mo. Mrs. Henry Oxford ancl city. Connie Ray Tubb«. Steelf, Beverly Ann be«, city. Walli Hospitals Dismissed: Mrs. B. T. Griddle. Holland. Mo. Mrs. Paul Saiiford. Holland. Mo. Mrs. Charles Nance. Tyler, Mo. Noel Arnold. Osceola. Mrs. E. E. Beale, city. Officer! Are Elected i&^^SiSi^fe^ dent nr "M'u""T i'jm'i ifij 'T*.tfft.iii the First Christian Church for th coming year at their regular meet- Ing la.^t night at the cuurch. Other officers who will serve with him are: Ben Henderwm, vire- pre.strient and L T. Taylor, sec- re tiry and treasurer. The program was under the direction of Mr. Boone with Judge Graham Sudbury a s principal speaker. He spoke on the historical records of Blythevlllc »nd the sur- round.HR territory, including the churches. Follow in* his talk, a program of magic tricks was presented Woodrow Wilder. At the close ol the program. Mr. Henderson gave a report of the State Laymen's I>»Rut Retreat at Petit Jean held July 9-10. The next meeting of the league ill b* R fish fry. Th« Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor or the First Presbyterian Church was a guest at the meeting. Co/one/ to Hear From "Best SoWier", Who Now Is Governor of Arkansas LITTLE ROCK. July 15. (AP) — An army officer's memory and curiosity put the governor of Arkansas back in tmich with hLs first commanding officer yesterday. Governor McMath received H letter from LL Col. Edward W. Sears, now stationed in Nuernberg, Germany, "Back in 1930 I had a young fellow in my CMTC company at Fort Leaven worth, Kas.. by the name of Sidney NfcMath." Col. Sears wrote. "T will never forget that boy. He wu.one of the best natural soldiers '^' - Into in my 30-odd years Wfh-tkj'e citizen* soldier sen 1 ice. v -Cokwrl Sears added that he recently had read in a paper about a Gov. Sidney McMath of Arkansas and *atd he was "curious to know If you are any relative of that young man and if you have any j news of him. 1 Eyesight Returns To Man Who Was Blind 18 Years HOPKINTON, Mass.. July 15 <AP>—How does the world seem to a man who sees again after 18 veers? •Everything looks so rich and bright." said 63-year old Edward R Ray. "Fices . . . flowers—even the sky on a gray day." His sight came back more than i week ago—"in a blinding Hash." The first thing he saw was his brother-in-law's face. It looked wonderful—"wrinkles and all.' Then he was able to see his wife again. She hadn't changed at all, he .said. H.si daughter, now grown up and married was "even better-looting than they told me." But the greatest aurpri.se were his two grandchildren, Joan, s, and Edward, 3. Both were entirely different Irom the picture In his mind's eye. "Prom their voices I had pictured Joan as having a heart-shap- I face It's as round as a moon. i i* real chubby instead of wiry." Governor MoMath, a Marine of-i Ray continued treatments for his Marriaer Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: Robert Allen Cain and Miss Barbara Ann Young, both of St. Louis. Robert Charles Qunn of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Genevieve Hagan o/ Blytheville. With the Courts rhancery: John Minyarrl and Service Fire Insurance Company, vs, the Sullivan Nelson Chevrolet Company, suit to recover 11,000 damages, for not relinquishing automobile taken in prevous court action. William Howard Morgan vs. Alma Larue Morgan, suit for divorce. Billie Jarrett vs. Harold Jarrett, suit for divorce. Perry White vs. Mae Yates White, suit for divorce. CHILLS 666 WITH QUININE NOl/V Al rOuR DRUGGIST Approximately one hundred and thirty different species of fish are captured commercially In waters adjacent to the United States and Alaska, reports the National Wildlife Federation. er woulci see again . There is only one drawback to the miracle of returned sight "I Jast can't seem to Judge distances," he siud. Bii£ he expect.s that to clear up soon—like is vision. R1TZ THiATRi ^'/l ConolufamecL BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarls 2:00 8:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3(1 p.n LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today South of St. Louis with Joel McCrea and Alexis Smith I'uramoimt \Y»> \ Selee-led Shnrt| Continuous Showing Everyday *0*"AUTRY baby, Mo. New Liberty News in Mrs. Sigmon Hurt of Elbricige. | Tenn.. is (he guest this week of ,„ - --- =—.- ; Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stephenson. in sentence prayer and the bene- j Sl, e was motorea here Tuesdav by diction. Refreshments were served Mr Hurt by_the hostess later in the after- I Miss Emma Spencer and niece of Houston. Miss., have returned home after visiting Miss Spencer's sister. Mrs. H. E. Long and Mr. U>ng Bobby Cassldy has returnct to his home in Catron, Mo., after a weeks visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Jarrett and Dr. Vise to Conduct Memorial Service The annual memorial service for Private Abe Nickol. who was killed July 13, 1944. In France, will be conducted tonight at Temple Israel. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi, will officiate and conduct the service in connection with the regular Sabbath Service at 8 o'clock. Gigantic Ii7,ards. says thr National Wildlife Federation, were the motives for many of the legends of winged dragons and griffins: consequently, their modern descendants are the subject of superstition and fear. Safe of Savings Bonds In County Short of Quota Ticer in World War II, said li* well ! blindness although seven eyars ago remembers Colonel Sears. He said I doctors told him he probably nev- plan* to write the colonel that he I "distantly related to that boy 1 who wa-s in your company at Tort- Leaven^orth Ifl years ago." how to keep out of court Drive safely and carry sound Automobile insurance. If you tio have an accident, your Jiuomobile insurance company should go to wort; immediately with expert claim and legal staffs to save you tune, peace of mind and to avoid cour; action, whenever possible, bj' promptly settling every just claim. Consult us now for tins kind of worry-saving insurance sen-ice »iih j dividend-paying policy *ricten by Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company. W. L. Tamke Mutual Insurance Agency Cooper Building 124 No. 2nd RljtheTilLe Office Phone 46 n Residence. Phone 4L27 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., July 15. f/P>— (USDA1— Hogs «50Q; active mostly 25, spots 50 higher except weights under !"1 Ibs which little change: sows 25 higher; top i 23.25 sparingly: new high for year; bulk good and choice 180-230 Ibs 23.15-23.00; 240-MO Ibs 21.50-22.25; few 270-2M Ibs 30.50-21.00: some extreme heavies not sold: good and i choice 150-110 Ibs 21.50-22.25: 130140 Ibs 21.50-21.25: TOO-I30 Ibs 1D.OOM.7S: sows 400 Ibs down U.50-1T.75: heavier sows 12.25-I5.7S: ttags unchanged 10.50-13.0"; boars I.OO- 10.50. Cattle ISO: calves »00- ( ew ]„(., jood steers and heifers 24.75-26.25: medium 21.00-23.25: common 17.00- Mississippi County has obtained 13J percent of ils quota In the current Opportunity Drive, figures released by the U.S. Savings Bonds Division. Little Rock. Indicate. The report shows that with the one week remaining in the drive - M — —;— — - -- H09.980.25 in Series E bonds have \ XM - canner heifers down to H.OO; been sold in the county. ] common and medium beef cows Quota for Mississippi county was set at 1150.000. Purchases of boncl« in the stale have exceeded the quota by nearly »150.000 or 2.2 percent. With a quota for Arkansas of M.790.000. the Little Rock office reports that »«,929,071 bonds tun been »old. mostly 1525-18.50; iJO; canners and ci few good 1700- tters 11.00-15.25. FRIGIDAIRE Room Air Conditioner New Mobile* New low Price ( 1. Cools 2.V*ntilat«t 3. Filter* 4. Circulates 5. Dehumidifies Pow«r*d by the fomoui M«t«r-Mii»r. lacked by o Frigidak* 5-Y»ar fro~ honl ic*. $36.95 Down—Balance in 21 Mo, Cash Price ?;!69.75 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., INC. iuthiirhed Frlfidair* Api'jiancr Saies &. St vice Dealer J. W. ADAMS. Mjr. J«-*0» W. Main Serial: "Batman and Rabin" No. and Short Continuous Showing SaL 12:30-11:3 Sunday and Monday Edward, My Soi wllh Spencer Tracy anil Deborah Kerr t'aramounl \ew> -V Selected Shor 1 Cent Showing Sunday 1:15-11:0 Box Office Opens 6:45 Shun Starts 7:00 Opens Sunda> I:(HI: Starts 1:14 Continuous Shows Sat & Sun. Bargain Night £vers Exrepl Saturday No passes honored on Sunday Ruxy Theatre other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Long spent (he weekend with relatives In Mississippi. Courier New* Want Ao.. For Q RtoJ Treat, Try "Chicken In The Basket" RUSTIC INN fXPFRT K4D/O SAlfS AND Sfff/Cf / BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. o 138 E. MAIN ST. BIYTMEVIUE.ARKx r\ TRUI't ft IM 1~«LO 1 1 M N 1 * M Newt New in tcxuire — new in in parade of 10 i mart Hecormor colors! Drie« ha • nd jtlnMjr—.ihonly tif*Hgfsio > beauti t*tiw ftni.ih for inrrrior wills, ceiKn woodwork. Wi«h«bl«—!*«> for yttrnl Smartly Styled. ^Beautifully Toned TRUE-TAGG Sim-t Styling AW E*sy! WAL-KOTI On* C»«f PLAT MNI1M Oil baft —yet gives interior walb, wond- rf | work thai fashionable sv/rtr-/lat modern .1) | fitmh. Fur more washable than ordinary s, f powder or water paint*. Fifteen inphis- I ricit«d ih•($€.*—and whit*. Sm*rt.' IxjfJt tr OMtJt+rj.' TtWI*l 4-MOH1 I N AW II Maktd hirnitur*, woodwork, m««l Irmfc lit* hrilliant porc«I*T«— 1* gleaming eolom, pint bTick ind white, for jmootHer Add ibi Final OWflr ll-trmtny! nuri 4-Moy* PO*CH A For wood or concrete—inside or outside. Ten rich colon*. Kxcel* *\\ riviU ifl iprend, coxrinn, Hurdhiliij-. Flows t^nly, X, flowing, i«Ttlinj[. Waterproof, I level] automatical!;. Imperiioui to wear •din-proof. Tough. «U3tk, durfthl*. | »nd etementi. 10^ Discount for T.imiterl Time Onlv BLYTHEVILLE GLASS and PAINT CO. 517 I. Main Phone 4904 Last Time Today Her Husband'sl Affairs with Frunchot Tone and Lucille Ball Selrutfd Shurl Subject Saturday JOHNNY MACK ™«HATTOrU,TERHUNE Serial: "Ghost of Xorro" No. 9 \ and Selected Short Continuous Shimlng Saturday 12:30 11:30 Sunday and Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE) Blondie's Reward Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake Return of the Badmen with Randolph Scott Fo* .Movietone News A Short Cnnt Shnwlng Sunday l-.'.Ht to Llrttl FRAZIER BUS LINES Charter Service For Church Organizations,) Baseball Clubs, etc. Licensed & Insured Licensed & Insured tor Youi Protection C*l! for Our Schedule Phone 23S1 or 41M f

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