The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 29, 1939
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PAGE TWO COiKPUMfeNTARV TICKET - This Tickrt Will Admii Pafsjcj i, Compatiluu JSIjthWlc -to the— KIT/ THEATER "Man Atxra'l CotUHon Curt 'Gives Infonnil Uifichif Part} An Informal dahclng paitv 1 1 members of the Cotillion club and their guests given. last night nl (lie ^American Legion Hut was nttpnded by 75 people Pro 0 ram dances were airanged before Intermission The nickel doon provided music for (lie informal afl air Guests, were ,. MI^ Mary .Spiln Usrey, Miss Thelma Worlhinslon, Miss Ksthryn Grear, Miss Margaret Shaver. Miss Martha Ann Ljnch Miss Martha Jane Cartvvrighl of Osceola, James Edwards, Herpi'n Carlton, Ernest Jamison, Farls McCalla, John Ben Bomar Enimell Colvln, Bill Bojd, .'Qiijncy. Alexan der, John MCDoa'e)!, Halph Patten, W K Francis, J T Sudburv, Richard Becker, Jerry Ham ell, Van Elliott ..Mcjnbers of the committee In charge of arrangements were Mrs p, A Nelson, Mrs If F Kelscj, Mrs William Ldwshe, Tom Phillips and Shelburnc Brewer « » * lonr-Pitlman Rites Said Here last Night ^Mlss Eloise Pltlman, cr Wilson, became the bride of William r Long, of Lu\cra, in a ceremonv performed licre Isst night v The, Rev, J l, Neusom read the service at his home , ,Miss Eveljn k Ml, of Wilson, and Lewis Farsjthe, of Osceoln, were the only attendants The bride (\ab graduated from the Wilson high school and Mi Long fran thejAisora high school this year Al present thcj are making their home nllh Mr Longs parents near L\i\oia where Mi Long assists his father In his duties as o\erseci cf the Mississippi county penal farm r~ * ' * Entertains Ctiib Summer flowers decorated the home of Mrs Rupert 'Craflon ves terday Afternoon when she enter tamed members of her club and three guests with n pirij Mrs Joe liltzclfclncr of Columbia, Mo, houseguest of Di ami Mrs S P Martin Mrs Roy E Ne!*on -'and Miss Virginia Mttctm, daughter of Mr -ind Mrs T P Martin, were giiests^ ^ txuiesnmcnls vveie served at the conclusion" of 'the game? m which Mrs Hugh Whltsltt was high btoi- er arid Miss Martin second high 4 « * Three Birtlidajs Are Celebrated YMlerdaj Three blrthdaj'; all In one fim- •ily were ''celebrated jeslcrriay when a partj was given by Mr and Mrs. Cl.vde Lloyd at i!2 South Eighteenth stieet for their Lvvm daughters, Ernestine and Christine, and their son, George Edward 'I h e twins were observing their sjxth birthday while their brother" was only three >ears old Forty-five guests vv'ere timted to the party which began at four o'clock Games were plajed for two hours after which refreshments were served, Piives iri 'the games went to Meail Lloyd ami buck Thompson Mrs Jlmmle Anderson, aunt, of the host and hostess, assisted Mrs. Lloyd in serving Balloons 'were : given -as favors. * * * Compliments Housegucst Miss Olive Wah! entertained 2fl of her friends at a parly last night at her home In hoiioi of her houseguesl, Miss Jackie Stciri- metz of Evansviile, Inrt ' Miss Stemmetz \vlll return home tomorrow alter having visited her cousin, Miss WaM, and parents, Mr alld Mrs, Fred Wahi, here for five weeks Refreshments were served after games had been plav-ed * • * ' Former Local Bo> Weds In Mississippi Announcement has b6en ,cf .the marriage cf Miss Jean Cam's- oaughier ci \ir ,,,u miS - Io .., Callis of Sawiinali, Tenn, and John Howard White, son of Mr. and Mrs Howard White, t rmerl'y of here and new ol Lcvir Tenn The ceremony look place Monday ! in Corinth, Miss , h.r the present, they are rcsid- ! ™ S ,!'L, Un ' 0n Clty ' Ten " ' w Mr. While Is employed At The Hospitals Daughter Anna and Jn-Laws Decorate ]Prebidciil*s Bandwaeon irrwimrmiBti^^^iBt^^^tom \, .' ^.» O Bits of NeVi Mostly mi glamor (oj, Aunt tleinor Dal! Koeltnjer pulllinl ulinui. lonci, left (a r, fi ht, iii ri j, lnci> Mrs Ioh Mls ,,„„„„„ anil Mrs. Kllinlt Konscvt'K. Mrs. Bob awynn Je'ft '.yesterday aflenioon for Mayfleld, Ky- 'for a visit with hey sisteV, Mrs 'B C Tldds, and father, D. L Novvlin who is seriously ill. . ' The Rev. II, j. KJeiiidifhst returned this morning from Midland Park, N. ; j,, where he vls'n&t jiis mother, Mrs. -Anna Klel'h'd.ienst 'for n few week's. En route; Koine' : ho stopped In New York 'city to 'sic the World's !%. ' We Miss Clara May Walker of lin'vv rcncsville. III.. Is visiting her ; avmt Mrs. Tom W. 'Jackson, and Mr 'Jackson. Major .anil Mrs. p. J. Little n'nrt son, Charles, uti'd John E. 'ami -Jo. Matthews were in Jackson,' Tenn Thursday for the elimination so'at box derby race for that city and surrounding Tennessee cities. . Mrs. Eugene , Dickinson a n daughter, Jan, and Mrs. L, L, inifc ener arid soil, Albert, will spend Monday in Memphis. Mrs. A. L-. Rlckcrib'flckcr, of Memphis, came yesterday afternoon tc spend, the wccken'd here with Mr nnd Mrs. L. L. Boydston. . Mrs. Mary Hopkins arid Mis Thelma Richardson will leave''Sim day night for St. Louis vvhe're thcj vvill spend next week miu'keUtig foi the Den Frankllii store. ' , Mell _ Brooks, of Little Rbc'k, Is spending the .weekend here -will his parents, Mr. ,in t | Mrs. -J. Mel Brooks. Mrs, Edgar Boriini and ••(laugh tcr, Miss Mary Elizabeth, return cd .Thursday -from Indianapolis Wabash and other points .of Indl ami where they visited relatives They were Accompanied home bj Miss Marlnna Norman of-Hiinling burg, Ind., who will visit her for two weeks. Mrs. Eva Elkins 'And dai firs. .Qlndys Elkins Mott, ".Mr, John Merrill aiiil -Miss Anil Far roll, nil of Wilson, visited friencl yesterday. Miss Aim Haggard, of plnrksdol . SATURDAY, JULY 29,-1930 OJIKISTMN KVIKNCE SKRVICKS ... J'6 K. •Broartwav Love )s (he 'siiU/ect. of (lie Lcs- '^v whlcl) * vl " fcc " c ,,Si v os al ' d sbc!e " M » f q nJ °, f , °. lll M..-. Scientist, on Sunday, -July 30, 1930 The Ooldcn Text Is: "keep your^ vos in Ilic !oVe o'f Ood, lookl, g for the incroy of. our -Lord jcsul Christ unto eternal }|f c ." Jn<le >^1 > Among 'the citations which com- prse ihe Lesson-Sermon is the fcllOK'Ing from u, c . Blblo .., T , io . rd Is good to nil: arid ills ieri- M,A gr o ar Miss., -Is spending several , Feminine political glamor Is n Ro:scvclt tradition, and ir the Ilydo Park clan n jure » in the into picture, It v\lli |>K\l(le a varlesited bouquet .rather limn n single blos- . nna Elraijor Dill nnettlw onlj ,claughU>i of ' President and Mis fiorscvelt, .is a clinrmlnj mollicr cf lhrc« children who ts no novice at the political game. A diiu'yhter of a-iml(tlcally minded houscluld, she has always taken i\ keen interest In politics, niid recalls bcln^taken fp n Doiuoci-alic convcnttoii~wlicn she was only l-l. She libndcd various Wcstchcsler county vreincn'r, or- iiiniinUons in the 1932 campaign, showing considerable ability us . a , ,, b or d'aj , ,, . iacsoie I 3 in c,irrjlng on the Roovvplt, Memphis vestcrdav by Miss Urnrm l Mi Urnrm ln dUioi> wiien her son , , cr E son , , cr M E uis nclnuf B s cnc ol the While son, M f«s Mary Helen Moo ou^e scdetan ou 0 , s scdetana, M,s J., no , Mta Evelyn h in all Ihobe nngs whereof M,-. a Mrs" a, Mnrtln " ' ' tlclnn (Wan her huslinhd"— wlilcli is saying n good deal Mrs Llllotl no sevclt petite and darj, vvas » ro r t \vo u, i r \ so _ cldy girl, and has tnken an adiu inlcicst In. the iiidlo bioadcnstlng work' of her husband. Franklin Jr. is a daughter and Mrs. Eugene Dupinl o[ Mrs. c f Mr. speaker, especially via lite, radio. She was, for a lime, an cditir of the late magazine "Babies—-Just Babies," nnd today writes a daily cttumn for the Scalllc Post-liilclll- ; Bcncer, which is published l>y her uisbtind, John Boelligcr. Duriir; :lie early days of the Ro:sevclt nd- niuistration, lier youngest children —"Sister" and "Burate"—were familiar figures at tlie While Hpuse and in social Washington. Her charm as n h:stess made n <lefintlc imprint on both prllllcal ami so- .iui circles in llic capital. Jam£ ll Etlfon lr p iOOS uf U f " S " A " c ™"6<^Uc .meeting will be- Sf '«•„>! ', 2V •?''' a ' Kl S " ? Slmclny at Ule Coot «' Baptist John-have each added a i,:sy lo church, the Rev. W. C. Tharp pas- tlc H-osevcU feminine (;.irbmi. tor. announced lodnv They were, in order, before their I The nscv, -Iti-i^v Flower- ,r marriages: lielsy dishing. Ruth ' Mcmi-his, will preach al. the serv- Sav' CHr'k Dl ' 1>0nt ' mUl A '"» : i te -«'Weh ."ill be held twice. Z y Linnsaj c,lark. tlivoushcul tin; iveck Mrs. James Roosevelt, dmi-jhlcr -'- cf Boston's lamais brain sm 7 ,c,-m. -Eneh slur i,i Ihc'sky Is dvln» Dr. liarvcs Gushing, is known lor out slowly. " (tic Delaware indua't'rfal Inmily, and I*!*! in addition lo being very pretty, has hud nil llic social advnniu^ei! Unit the most exclusive schools and ISuvojiean lours can give. Mrs. John RVcsovclt is tlie daughter ot another old Boston family, but like the wives ot the oilier Ivvo ycungci- R.:osevell boys, lias taken lio public interest in politics thus far. "'— :., J^v^'^" 1 .' 'w 1 u viau will Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ciinmbliu nn family. She came'here f'r'oiu Osc- oh ivliere slid hncl 'iieeh ilie B»M of -Mr. and jvirs, Donald Vfertr Mrs. Chaiiiblln, ;j\irs. \vcrlx .nii Mtss Oiillmv spent Tliiirstlav ii Mciiiplits. .Mr. antl MVS. Charles Altard have returned from a two week:; in St. Louis with Mrs. Alford'; R. Glpsnn. .nil 'Cooler'Baptists To Open Revival Sunday ' " —HIM* *b, \_I||J.5»J1]. .Ill I family luirt in Moiint Veihon ivitii her brother, Robert''Shirley. ,inc family. They we're "•ac'c'nmpania'. home by Mrs. -Alford's falhcr. A M. Shirley., who had '-bceii visiting HI Mount Vernon -for scwra' mnnllw, and M,- S . R 0 i, cr ( st,i r | ci n»d daughter, Sue,, ivlio will vlsft them licrc. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Berry Finklea have returned from a weddinV .ifip lo points ol Tckas nnrt Old Garutheisville Sociely — Personal FLAPPER FANNY ic hospital ,. Mrs Dorothy Kelly, admitted " t Walts hospital ! Virginia Mann, Tomato admitted Mrs G H Van Driest, Wardell dismissed Mrs Annie May FaugVit, Armorel dismissed Memphis Baptist hospital Mrs A P alascoe, Osceola admitted •Memphis Methodist hospital Billy L Tranum, Wilson, ad- . milted Jtemphls St. Joseph's hospital Juantta Williams, Luxora ad- ' mltted For many centuries, tlie Chinese kent the secret of silk They made' , L the outside, norld believe \t. wjs combed from trees, ' *"" ' IciUiliit Circle Ulccls Wllh Mrs. Ca'tilrcti Mrs. w. -Jj. Cantrell WHS hostes: lo ten members of, the Mpllic MC- Minn,Circle <.( llic Baptist Wo- "mnn;s Millenary Society at her home Wednesday afternoon- In tin. absence ol the circle chairman, M're... Gajfe Ivnlghl, Mrs. Ray •Blackford presided. A short liusi- ness session was held allcr \inich llic mission study chairman. Mrs T-m M^arkey, gave two chapters ci the new study course book. "Helping Olivers lo Bcco'iiie Christians' Durinj the social'hour Mrs Can- (rell served an assortment ci dnintj sandwiches and a retresliim; frm drink. Mavg.xrel Lowe Circle 5Iccl.s I 'Mrs. Wm. .Svvader presided at the | ineetiil ? cf the Margaret Lo\ve circle Wednesday afternoon when that group met at the Baptist church for their regular monthly meeting Mrs. Chas, Dorrch, chairman of ,the circle, was absent, being in attendance at the Baptist World Alliance In Atlanta, Ga. During the business session the B r:up decided lo send color and paint bonk-, to .little.licthcl Rcbinson. a palirii'i in tlie -Shrine hospital in st, L:ui s Kolloiving the business session. Mrs H, H. 1 ..Brown, inksioii study cliair- man ol the elide, gave Ibr iirsl two chapters ol the new slwiy c:urse b:ok. "Stewardship I'amble,; of Jesus." i • • Sirs. Goodwin Kiitcrlnlns ' . The Wednesday Nlglit Bridge club was entci'laincd al (lie hmnc .of ;Mrs, Pauline Goodwin. M rs _, E. L. Bradshaw and Mrs. Amzy "Oh-.h-papa, could you help m, answer some of my SX S SS'UVS mail? ccnclusion of llic games and Mrs. , (MiSs.Virgle.Ma'e Abbott, [laughter 5 'of Mr, ami Mrs, C. M, Abbott, above, will serve as president of the; r s;phbm'orc class 'of Hillman Cal!eee"atciint6n, Miss., during the coming •school -term. iShc was a meriiber of th<; May Queen's court at the past year. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes tliu following passages from the Christian ,Sc!piice .texlbook "Science and Health vvllh tfcy to the ecrjpfures 1 , b s Mars Bakei Eddy rhc Clulttlan Science God h unl- i'cri,al, denial, divine Love which changclh not and causclli no evil disease, nor death" Page 140. A Christian Science program will be broadcast next Wednesday, Aug 2 at 11:15 a.m. over KLCN. Goodwin- was second high. The hostess served an attractive plate containing tiventy-four h:ur salad, wafers arid iced lea.. + * * J. W. Weaver and son, C. 'H. Weaver of Bragg city, Mo., were in this city Wednesday 'attending'. Ic business, Mr. and Mrs. Morrcll DeRcign am 1 ., son, M/Jrrell Jr., left Thursday' morning f:'r a ivcslern tour. They will visit at Carlsbad Caveni and Yellowstone National Park while away. They will return home in abnil three weeks. Miss Patricia Sliclton of Memphis, Term., is tlie guest of her aunt nnd.uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hill of East Eighth street. She acecmptmled them home Wednesday and will remain several days. Mrs. -Oliver Tilman. who was a patlc'ut in, tlie. -Baptist hospital, Memphis, Tenn., lor several days returned . home Tuesday. Her ccn- dition is jinproved but she will be confined to her bed for seme time. George England and Charles Thomas are 'expected home Friday frcm a two weeks camping trip. They linyc .'spent several days at Springfield and Vnn Burcn, Mo,, (ind_6thcr"r>:-lrits of Interest in Ihe .Quirks. Alfred Merllin of Los Angeles, Calif., in -visiting in this city with his • mollicr, . Mrs. Walter Medln aiid other relatives. He left C'aruth- erav'ille about four years ago and this : is his first trip home since then. He'will return lo CallFcniiii Irji'ii "few.days. ,,.,.', . '.'Mr: -hlid; Mrs.' J. W." Tipton Kr. spciil'Wednesday inoriiing iu Por- tagcvillB'where Mr. Tiplon lillcndcc to •business (matlcrs. ..Mri. Tcinmle Tipton and little rftvughler, Marlh'a Jane, are visiting vyith relatives in New Madrid (his : '.cek. ', Mrs. BdvvArd' James and Miss nic Laurie Tiplon spent Wednesday afteruo.n in .Slcele,Mo., where tiiey were guests of Misses Mary Sue James and fluth Harper. ;Miss Jo JuiUi, lier moliiei 1 , Mrs M. B. Jiula nn:l Mrs, Phoebi Brewer and daughlcr. Knlhryn. left. TtiCMiay for 'Cave City, Ark. where limy will visit wl'th rcliitinv , il Ihe elder Airs. Jiicln. ...Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Helm, ai)d 'grniiddnnjjilcr, (Betty Ncal,' -lejlt riiurs'day incrnuig for SI. Louis, vt ., "iherc Ihey will spend scv- •r'al'day's. Wendell - Crow and his niotlier, Mra. Enrina Crow of Campbell, Mo., Thursday here visiting with .vfrs. Crow's son, Charles Crow and a'nilly. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main .;* Vlh Sts E. I!. Williams, 'minister Church school 9:45 a'cldck Morning ivcrslilp, 10:55 - o'clocK Message, the r?ev. W. P. Cooley o'f Joiner. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. Message, the Rev. A. W. Hams Tlie Young People will meet In Lheir respective departments at 3:45 o'clock. Choir practice llnirsday nigut 7:30 o'clock. ' FIRST 'CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Euiilia D. Bcasley, pastor . 9:45 a.m. 'Sunday' sclicol. Noble McCullar, superintendent. 11.-CO a.ta. Morning worship. Sermon subject, "Paiiitirig-." 0:45 p.m. N. Y. P. S. 7:30 p.m. Evening service: "Bulcs Governing the Church of the' Naz- arenc" will be discussed. We invite everyone to attend these services. Fwiiis To Open Session .' .Aug. 26 .In For I.AMBSKIN, processed ami dyed to resemble leaver both in color and in u.'xiurc, is used lo fashion u,i s smart ssvagger. Light and su n. pie and cut on stunning is pi iced lo suit the college gnlb ci ness women. T WAYNE.. lnd..iUP>— Kicn .he- teetotalers vvill see double when .he. liitcr'natidiial Twtus As?o:ia cioii liolds its annual convention i'c'rc Aug. 2C anil 27. Approximately 5,000 tuin's, rcp- rescnllrig every slate in the vuii;xi, are expected to allcnd the conclave. according 'to Ben Whltm:re of Fort Way lie, president of the assb:ia- Ibn. Friends arid relatives wil. \vell. the crivvd to:10,000, he said. .'Trie' contusion vvill start vyhen Whltinor'e and his twin, William, ci O., hiebt. WilliKin is vice- iiGsident of the association. As hough that wasn't enough, En'ima ilnihier and her I 1 * In sister. Loritta, b:th o{ Osceola, Intl.. hie ccret.ify and treasurer respcclively. ",Trcpliy awards will be given for he jo'i'mjesl. oldest, mast identical ijd most dittereivl twins attending lie convention. LUTHERAN 11. J. Klciridieiisi, pastor Sunday service, 9:"45 n.m. Sunday syhool, 10:45 a.m. All are ccrdially invited, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOI) ; CHUKCll Scvcnfh and Ash Streets S. A. Mcriili, jiastar 8:30 a.m. Radio program over KLCN. 0:-15 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 2:30 pirn. Men's prayer meeting. 4:00 p.m. Jail service. .6:30 .p.m. 'junior .and .. Senior Christ Ambassador classes. 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic mc'ctin?. 8:00 p.m. Tuesday and Friday, Mid-week services. The public will always be welcome here. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOFAL CHUKCll Matthew A. Curry, prieil-in-chargc 10:00 a.m. Sunday schtol. 11:00 a.m. w. W. Prcwitt, of Osceola, lay leader vvill conduct services. LAKE STREET METHODIST . , /CHURCH F. M. Slvocl, pastor 0:15 aun. Church 'school. I0:-15 a.m. Worship services by Mrs. F. M. 'Sweet. 7:00 Yciing People's meetings. 8:00 p.hi. Worship services by P. n. Jarrclt. 8:00 p.m. \Vedriesday, prayer services. FIUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Gco. \v. Fallcrsoii; minister 3:45 a.m. Bible' scnocl, W. O. Geurin, superintendent. 11:00 a.m.-W-irship, .communion and preaching. ."The Ministering Angels" the sermon thcrne. "?:« p.m. Worship and preaching. "Have We Been Deceived?" will be the sermon llicmc. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Singing al the church. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to minkc you glad you came our way. FIRST I'RESKYTERIAN cii'llilCl'l Janics A. Ove'rholscr, mimslcr iSundny scliocl 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. Ser- nion topic, "Unenforceable Obllga 1 tions." Young People's meeting 7:00 p.m, The program is en "Ycuth Beyond the Community", and will be" led by Miss BIlHc Lcgjetl. Evening .worship 8:00 p.m. Sermon topic, "What Is Man?". Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 PJH. CUURCH OF 'CHRIST i)cnlon ai. Ncal, paster Lord's Day services: 10:00 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Morning vyorship. 11:45 a.m. Communion. 8:CO p.ip. Preaching. Wednesday's services: b 00 pm Song service, iml study i Dulj broidcist cvei KLCN ,.M ndiy iiul Silurd-xj Iiom 12 15 I to 12:30 o'clock and Suiidav frtim 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. The President of the United Stales receives his salary in semimonthly installments. ill Coolest- Spot in Town Witch Society Page Of Courier News F»r iFree Show Gneiti Saturday i Law Firm Partners Are Father, Daughter SCOTLAND. Conn. (UP) — Tlie law firm of Dennis & IJcnnis is unusual ,in ^ivat ils pavtiiers arc father aiirt daughter. Miss ''Elizabeth Drayton Dennis, attractive brunette,, moved into her father's office after her application was accepted by tlie bar •association early this .summer. Her lather, Judge Edward L. Dennis of tlie Windham comity juvenile court, reasoned sli'e wanted to bc.a lawyer because "she's heard nothing but law since she was a child." •PHON'K ^05 FOR YO UK iPOULTRY Nice, fat liens .and fryer's & other poultry «'t nil "times. iVK DRESS AND Also cartoon & serial Trail." Continuous ihow. Ailmireicn fill 5:00 ji.m. life & 2lic , Admission afirr 5 p.m. IGi: & 'Ac STICKLER-GOODWIN CO. •108 E. Main 'Main About Tow?, with JACK RENNYY, Dor- ulliy. .Lhmoiir, Ethvard Arnold, Bimiie Hiirhes, Phil 1 Har- riis. -Bctiy Gniblc "Rochcs- Icr." N'nVv! ! At last, Ba'dio's 'number one -program is oh. 'the screen nc- 'ci'imea by Ed Siillivan aiitl other miles as • Benny's rc'ry best. Also rarumoimi. N'cws. "Night rvt Tree" & moriictly. Cflnlinuous show Snit(.'ay. Acini. SnVi. IHat. ,t Niglil 16c & 3Cc tWiii, -MoiHtny -^Jalfii'cn Idc ,t 2Gc Ailiii. Monday Nig'lu 1G C * 36c BaJ! Missed. Bird Caught NORMAN. Okla. <UP) — Otl> fei-!: Vvas pitching to uattiug PMO- icb. in a pre-ganie wnriiiup. W tuck liis glove in the air to catc'ii r .Wsh. return. The bail bounced it of His glove but he cavight a ird that was flyhvg after the ball, 'p'parintty cliasing It. ^oing to the Movies nil n FREE •.TICKET! 7"rade here ,ind gel free ticket. 1 ) to 'cither KHz OT Hoxy Til ca I res nl our expense. SIO In trade- Ailult 1'icXct So !u Trade — Junior Tic'ncl RITE PRICE STORES 111 li. Main 320 W. an In "I'll irct aiiolhW season'"but ot our t-illows after all. I >*l gut llicm irnolt from BI.Y- nii;vn.i i; i, A u N i) B Y ' s Cleaners anrt they look simply grand.", For Keller Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM IAVNDRY ROKlf Admission nlways I0o * 26<- Mafln'c'cs Frl.-SaL-Snn. Last Times Today Also cartoon s- serial, "JMivk o'f """ 3 '" Co " linuoiIS sl!b »' 0" Sunday-Monday Searching expose ef fff sabotage ipies!

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