The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 31, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Man Who'll Wed "Live Alone And Like It" Author Kidded COURIER NEWS : COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit J. .W. Clem. &. 'Companion Lep.inlo —to thc^. HITZ THEATER —to K*— "THEY AIL COME OPT" Rose Stacy Is Bride Of Wilton B. Zedlei' This ccuntry -honie of Mr. and Mrs, K. A. Stacy 'was the setting yesterday for the wedding' of their daughter, nose, to .Wilton B. Zcdlcr of San Antonio, Tex. 'The ceremony was s:lemnized at 6:30 o'clock by the Rev. Thomas Simpson, rector of St. Mary's Cathedral In Memphis. OnVy members of the families and a few .Intimate friends were present for the service which was read at an improvised altar arranged before the largo fireplace. The mantel was banked with smilax, lilies and garlands cf vine which were als> entwined about entrances into the rooms. Green and white was the scheme used 'in decorating the altar while in the remainder of the home a pink and white motif was used. Bcu'cmots of pink and white Picardy gladicli and ferns in tall floor - baskets were arranged at the dining room entrances and at the fopt of the stairway. Garlands of smilnx and Rubram lilies Ining in. cascades Iran the balustrade. The allar proper wns banked with stately white gladioli rind Easter lilies, and the bride and gvcom knell, to pledge their vows on & prie dleux of white satin. A large white sattu bow, with •• tern and , cascade of white Rhubriim lilies ' adaea a final touch to the lace- covered altar. Miss Jean Stacy attended her sister as-.mnld-cf honor. She wore a navy -blue, model with a pink, trim-al the neckline. It was 'designed will) n naircd skirt nnd shirred bodice. Her ncccsscrit^ were in white and she htid a corsage of pink roses and Swalnsontn. Oonney Modiriger was Mr. Zedler's best man. The bride, who descended the stairs on the arm ct her lather, wore a shell-colored tailored chiffon with a knife pleated skirt. The fitted hip length jacket completed the ensemble with \\hich she wore navy and niilte access.'rles Her ccrsage was of gardenias and valley lilies As the bride entered, Miss Virginia Martin, pianist, played Wagner's -Wedding March." During the ceremony, ''Liebestraum" TJszt, was used, and Mendelssohn's "Wedding W"h" was played for the recessional. jiv the reception, which followed, .a pin_k and white scheme was carr ried iut,. A three tiered wedding cake topped with the .bride niid Etcchi, was flanked with pink tapers in Crystal candelabra and "trees" rff,^ of white gladioli A Japanese climbing fern and pink gladioli flprettes were arranged the length o/ the table and encircled the cakt and the "trees," Crystal b:wls of pink and while gladioli were arranged on the buffet and serving table. J They left on, a wedding trip to San Antcnio where they will be guests of his family before gclng to. Galvestoii where they will take a boat to Miami. Prom there, they plan to go to Columbia, S. C., where they Will be until their return here Septeniber 1. For" traveling, Mrs. Zedler wore a. dusty pink sports model with i\u .embroidered white dot; Her accessories were in white. Am:ng the cut of town guests present were: Miss Martha Jean Atkinson of North Little Rock, Don Sanders of St. Louis and T. Metgard of Memphis, * * * Entertains For Ilouscjucst Mrs. C. H. King entertained with a. bridge party Saturday afternoon at her home for her houscguesl, Afrs. R. U Jackson of Gideon, Mo., who came Saturday; to visit her until Thursday. j The hostess had arranged bouquets of marigolds, zinnias and ether garden flowers about her home. She served a salacl plate ax the .condition of the games. Mrs. L. S. B«nish received high icd Mrs. John F. L-entt, second prizes in the games. Allecd Family Reunion SeTeral BIjtheviHe people wer? in Hayti yesterday for a family reynion at the Park thrre. More than one- hundred members of the Edwards family were present at the affair. Lccal pwple who attended sere: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. -Edwards and family, Mr. anil. Mrs. H. E. LaShot and f?raily, Mr and Mrs L E. oay ana familj, Mr. ana Mrs Billy Green and family, MY. and Mrs Thomas Shelton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Shields Edward and tam- Ili, and F C Toler. « t 4 Missouri Visitors Honored Nith ratty jMlss Fleta Mae Thomas of Gideon, Mo, and Herbert Kooncc of Paima, Mo, who vere guests ot Miss Phe Mane Koorce here last week, were complimented at a lawn part) glien Wednesday night by their hostess at her home. TVnly eight gae^ls «ere Invited to Uie Koonce homo on the South highway 61. Gajnrj-, were phyori at the party bUmc lainUWics, l c: «l flrlnts and cnKes v,cro served. FLAPPER FANNY ~ COfL IIKlvlKASMVKt, , By SylvU; [ "Let's keep him. He's too little to be wqrth fibbing about if .he waa the one that got a way." Bits of New* Mostly Perionali Mrs. J. L. Flake and gici, Miss Gennette Flake, arrived home Saturday night after having visited relatives In eastern Tennessee for several weeks. Miss Winona Sdres and Miss nil- lie Sue Powell, of Haytl, ieft this morning for Die west coast They will visit in Prcscolt, Arte. mid will BCC the Petrified' forest, tho Painted desert, the Grand canyon and slop at Qthcr points of Interest They plan lo be away for two weeks. v Mrs. A. A. Allen had as her gocslK yesterday Mrs. Morris Whistle mid family of Dell, Mrs. Harry Rogers and family arid C. A. Boy<l and family, of Memphis. Miss Grace Ramsey of Drew, Miss,, will leave this afternoon for her home after having spent, a few days with her nnelc, C. S Stevens, and family. SJrnon Joseph, who is connected ivltii the Rural Electrification Association, IMS been transferred to Quark, Ark., to continue Ills work. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roberts and son, Richard, returned Friday from u six days' vacation spent In Blloxi and other points of the Gulf Coast and in New Orleans. C: H. King wili rcvunt tomorrow from Keener Springs, Mo., where lie went with « party at friends Is Bride Of Texas Man lion. ' Mrs, Tom Lewis of Kcnnctl Is spending tcday here with her mother, Mrs. Llruile Dulte, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buys ot thc New Survey community arc an- ncunclng the arrival of a 12 pound son on July 16th, The baby lias been named Jerry Leroy, Mrs. Aubrey Slieltou of Stcfle, who has been spending the past few months In Grenada, Miss., Is a patient In the St. Joseph's hospital In Memphis. Miss Rose Stacy became the irlde of .YVilllRm B, Zedler, of San Intpnlo, Tex., yesterday afternoon. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Willie-Marvel Wadding-i Ot Interest at Sleelc Is the wed- .ling cl Miss Elizabeth'Marvel lo Wils:n White which occurred in the home of the olllciattng minister, the Rev. J. W. Cunningham, pastor of the Stcele Baptist church Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Montie White were their only attendants. Immediately after the ceremony they left on ft h:ney- niooii which Is being spent in Elcomfield. They will return home tomorrow nnd will'have nn apartment In the Burns Hotel. MJ-s. White is formerly from Bloomfleld and Poplar Bluff but has lived here for thc past few years. After graduating frcm the Bloomneld_ high school she later In of sold Ihe Burns Hotel, lo Mrs, Cora Mae Vaughn of KemveU. At The hospitab BiythevlUc Hospital L:n Watson, Dell, admitted. Mrs. Max B. Reid, city, admitted: Mrs. B. Clark, Portageville, admitted. Miss Louise Mayo, city, aditUtted. Mrs. B. L. Cook, city, admitted. Miss Rosa Lee Carter, West Plains, Mo., admitted. Walls Hospital J. H. Storey, Stcelo, admitted. T. L. Itlggs, Manila, admitted. Mrs. Marvin Honse, Tomato, ud- mltted. James Sununers. Stcele, admitted Billy TolMuglon, Lllbjiirn, admitted. Nancy Lou Wnlkins, city, admitted. Mrs. Annie Johnscn, Braggadocio, dismissed. Luclle Glover. Dell, admitted. Lee Willis, Bakersville, Mo, admitted, Aaron Bell, Dell, admitted. Ora, Lee Carey, Manila, admitted. Gecrge Glsh, cily, dismissed. J. E. Whilworlh, city, dismissed. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. V. Spencer, Osrejia, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Milton Baley, Keiser, admitted. Frank Harper, steele, admitted. Penal System Reforms Foreseen for Canada j OTTAWA, Onl. (UP)—Reform in ' pel S l , Syst ? m °' Ulc Cana(limi "! lat . es ls " !>nl " : " "= r « ttow clpal of • high school. Commissioners If Is understood Hint, of tile for- Mr. White, who Is the oldest son ' " » ™'«™ of Mrs. Eva Haggard of this city. '""' U ° v hn.c-livi>ri ),nr» oil n , hi, ,„„ „„:; ogy, while one will be has lived here nil of his life and' in penol- - -- ,v „ technical man. Thc intention Is to provide Bits. 8crvice station at Steele for several years. .Uaxwcll-Cliilils : and be careers of crime. -Miss Pearl Childs and Raymond f , ', r ,, ?f, of e " nrtls Franklin .Maxwell. l»Ut of iilyttie- 5 , lo thc Brillsl > sysKm. ville. Ark., were nulled in marriage cnt ' lllrcil(l5 ' solnc nlovcs ' In the home nt i.hi> nfriM->i!<i» mi,i_ "'aoc. Iu the Iiqrne of the - kter. the Rev. J. W. CunntiigliRin, siKclal training of guards accord ' - To llml are being i»ier. tno Rev. J. w. Cunningham, ... , ~r~~— .,.. pastor ot thc Steele Baptist church Dldll t We Gel Em All? from Cildcon, vacation Mo,, for a- week's Miss Fleta Mae Tliomns of 'Oldo., and Herbert of E. M. Terry Jr. left this morning f<r Malvcrn, Ark., where he will spend a tew days with Paul Young, who is a schoolmate of his at Henriflx college nl Comvay. Mr. Terry and Mr. Young are editors cf The Troubadour, llendrlx annual, ftr next year, anil will discuss plans for It while Mr. Terry Is there. ' -•'•-. Miss Dorothy Edwards and daiiglv cer, June, of Pulton, Mo., came yes icrtlay afternoon to spend the week witJi Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. A. Edwards and family, F. o. Taer and and other relatives here. last, night irom Hailehursl, Ahere tney spent 10 days. Mrs. Max B, Held unamvent an ject .emergency operation lor 'appenm- ' waturday night at the iiiytne 1 hospital. Her condition uday .s very good. Mrs. | ttarman Taylor j'nday 'night from Dyersburg, Tenn VX'llPfn ' i^hp \u»^ rVm ail Per. m ^ \i was MONDAY, JULY 31, 1939 Youthful Sailor Rues Bartering for Pearls SYDNEY, N. s. W. (UP)_Shiv- erlne- in shorts In a chilly wind bri Ihe deck of lh c Esthontan ketch Ahto in Sydney liarbor, 17-year- old Will stein of Buffalo N Y,, explained thai he exchanged his clothes for pearls during the vessel's voyage across the Pacific. ."Several ot the crew did the same thing," he said, with a glance at the bleak sky. "Now we wish we had our clothes back again, especially as we overestimated the value of the pearls, which arc mostly discolored, small and blemished." Author Marjuric Ilillis (left) insists she really did "Live Alone Uke It"—until romance caught' up' -with her and ch:ii« merchant Tliomas If. Koulslon (right). They'll he married Auj-usl j. Imcl: a paragraph from Miss Ilillis 1 "texthonk on bpiuslfrhooa 1 ' Brother and Sister Meet After 47-Y«ar Separation BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP)—Separated In Ireland nearly a half century aso, Mrs. John L. Marmlcn of Buffalo and her brother, Jclm Mallon of Cambridge, Mass., have been re-united. Mallon came, to the United Stales 41 years ago, bul Ihrough- :ut. the years neglected to write tiomo. His- sister came here 12 years ago, and thought. Mallon dead when ' efforts to find him proved fulile. Recently, Mallon wrote a parish priest in Ireland, asking his sister's addilress. He received the information, resulting in the reunion here. Red squirrels swim across the widest point of Lake Champlaiu. HV RUTH M1U,ETT' Brooklyn and one on Long Island • .--.-...-.. K -j.uvjnijn aim Mill; Ull L^UIlg LSInll.l \KA Service Sl:iir Correspondent 1 -has (wo interests outside his NEW YORK. July 22.—No bride-'work, gardening and golf. Miss groom of 1933 has had to lake so Hillis shares his entlv.Miism for much riming, both public and prl-|lhe first, but not for the second' vjite, as Thonms H. Roulslon who n ""~ '"•" '•• * ' -••-' -"• on August 1 will. marry the live- nloners' chief sponsor, Hillis. like lo travel and after their marriage will snil en the Mnrjorle Noriimuilie to spend August Irnvel- iiiR on the continent. Will Miss Ilillis' next book be Ever since she published her first book for the nation's spinsters, "Uve Alone and Like It", ana then followed 11 ur>4-by way fif books and lecture platform— with further advice on liow to gel — — ~ —- b""^ along without n man, charming I de , 5erll "B lhc spinster ranks. Miss Hillis lias been the country's! "'? " lc Hve-alonors have-learned No. 1 live-aloner. to make the most of Ihoir t?resent How Is Mr. Roulston. wealthy ° l -'" ," fc ' "* y wl " flml a nlllcl; president of n chain of grocery easl ". to - lnake a ma "^ e sue. an about-face and point out the advantages of nol living alone! "Perhaps; 1 really .don't, know,' says Miss Hillis, -who doesn'l seen- to feel the least bit- guilty about stores, taking the kidding? cessful, should they ever changi ,,,,.,., ,. , , Uielr minds. I meant, in all mi Well, he ducks it when he can.'books, to put across the idea tha : Bui when He can't (which is most it | s up to a woman to live gra- of .Ihe time) he says gallantly, ctotisly. no matter what, her cir ... .-...^..^^,. yi .nm LIIIJT;^ uu *sn^5 guuuiiny, Mr, and Mre. Loy Welcn returned "Now, don't you think I was pretty St nlKllt irOln HazlehUl-St. ATKS' Prwi'H tn rhnnoa V,ot- »*ilnrtT' ioo'd to change her mind? And then he -changes the sub- BJUp.EGSipOSI -ft! •• REAL''SALES i'lAM:'. Blushingty, . Miss Hillis admits that perhaps he Is a little pleased returned wlth | lllnself (as wha( ,„„,, cu instances." With thai ^farjorle Hillis leaves the live-aloneis to like it — or change -their minds. 4-H Group Departs For State Camp Scene Fouilee nMlsslsslppl County 4-H hoys and girls, as delegates and representatives of this county, will attend Ihe llith annual Slate -1-H Club Camp to be held this ween, by the University of Arkansas College of Agrlcullurc at layetteville, atciodlng to Miss Cora u c Coleman, home demonstration agent, and I). S. kantrip, agricultural agent, The Mississippi county delegation and local leaders left nils morning by bus from the court house. Four-ll Club members who will attend the annual camp Include: Mary Nell Holmes, Yarbr'j; Margaret Dojvning, Yarbro; Jane Eiibanks, Gosnell; Evelyn Lipford, Lone Cak; W. O. Anderson and 'linrlCK Anrterson, Annorcl; Cliarles Javis, Clear Lake; Henry Sutler, Losl Cane; Clell Castleman, Blsck- vatcr; J. w. Akin, Reecc; Russell iunch, Yarbro; James Parrish, Ynrbro; Dewitt Van Cleve, Gos- ic-11; nnd W. E. Statler, Lost Cane, ponscr. P6NNY PENNV YOUR CIGARETTE By burning 2$% slower than the average of the 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested-slower than any of them-CAMELS give smok- «rs the equivalent ot Mrs. C. U. Lee. ner . . . . , , wno.acctmpnnied her mere, remained for a longer visit. Miss Miriam ifernsjn. ot Kansas City, left ycslerday alter havms visned Mrs, JacK Appieuaum ami oincr relatives here since Vriaay. -Me. ann Mrs. M, ^'itzshnmons j|jcn[. ycsieraay in Mcmpnis with ivirs. I'lizsimmons' sisicr, Mrs. i. o. Westbro:tc Sr., who underwent an operation at a hospital there July 5. bus is steadily Improving. Mr. nnri Mrs. W. O<ien nine and house»iicst. Miss Marilyn Brewer of Menu, spent yesterday in Mcmjims wnui'c nicy visited incnds. Dr. Martau Scoit BI M.t. Clemens, Mich., spciu the weekend here with Urs. L'nrl and Edna Nics. K B. 'i'hunas arrived Saturday Ircm Little Koi* and he and Mrs. Tliomas left yesterday for a t«v wceSs' vacation trip. Donald llickmau is visiting relatives in bus Vegas, Nev. He plans lo be there until the last ot Augusi. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Ycnng, of Jone4b;ro, spent, a few hours ncrc last nigia «nn Dr. Voung's sister, >wrs. w. A. fcchvards, and family. Alias Kddie Virgitiia Galnes and oluuicr. 'led Linmes, of Kipley, lenn., and Miss Mary Woouard and her mclher of Nntoush, Tenn., returned home Saluixlay alter having spent several days witn Mr. nuo MIS. Guy Uurks, Mr. and Mrs. Uurks and other relatives 1 1 m mends. Mr. ann Mrs. IJenkerl Wetenkamp .. tvuujuii tt IJL eU fL. 01 Mr ' miinlage a admitted she like it. wouldn't be) at having sold on Alabama Teacher Marks . 62nd Consecutive Year a woman who publicly | -TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UP)—Miss lie could live alone and Eula Beatty has completed her 62nd . Miss Hillis is coming-in for her share of kidding, too, even ' though It is admittedly a woman's privilege to change her mind. For her answer Miss Hillis, look- Ing flustered, protests, "1 never said that living alone was, better than marriage— only that 'it had its compensations." . ' »ROM WRITER TO SPEAKER ; Marriage is the fourth step Iu Miss Hillis' career- and she is sure •''this is (joins lo be the most fun ,•>( all." 1 After having made a success In Ihe magazine field she gave up her job on Vogue magazine to write books. Her books— directed toward the women who have their jobs inul their own apartments— were so successful that, she loured the country as a lecturer, talking to (hose same women, and soon made a name for herself os a speaker. She intends lo fulfill lhc speaking engagements she mailc before her marriage plans, but says she "1 not make any new cngagc- nls. She does intend to continue writing. SHK DOESN'T t'KEI. CUH.TY. Air. lioiilslon, a widower, who owns two large homes — one In Mrs. H. G. Wlcktiiiin and other t.ii.cMLti MLIO. iitiicu;! t truit.itr\u[iip iviib, ji. vi. IVICMIiSlll all retiirncil last nignt, Irom M^emphLt'^elalives for the weekend. Is 'well known among the yrtmg " , . , ., business men of this city. He.has , !, , "l 1 ! 50 ""'""^ for vocational where they had been the guests of I Mrs. R. M. Brown, Miss Maude been connected with the Smith .,, , " s , e PfnNnitlarles so 1N ,,-. wewnkamp's mother, Mrs..'Brown, Mrs. Ira Parish and Miss Bits. Service station at Steele for ™ , " rc ease - convicts may seek wllira Wclenkamp. j Grace Farish of Plumerville, Ark., cAT,nrni .... CIup(0\ meiH and tin nfty^mH^rl fmm in^i- n A \.i...... ..* »„ ^r »_:_l '.._ ,. _ , ._ ... Jack Iloblns:n went to Memphis' were weekend guests of Mr. am* is attcrncon to meet his sister, Mrs: Ben Hanna. Upon their rc- A ii - "« acrucon o meet s sister, Mrs: Ben Hanna. Upon their rc- Another new method will ue l-lio Miss .Vary Adah R;i>mson. wno is lurn home they were accompanied - >»>«>j ii\u»u LIJ.*J>IIV>V,I, »\uu i^ njlll iujniu nn;,i «tt\; ,(u letuiinng Irom a vacation sntnl by Mrs. Ben Itanna and „ _.., iu the East, she was a member of Fred Hanna Jr., who wilt visit tno groim «ho lock Hie lour siton- there for several days. s.rcci bj the Arkansas Education ] George Oish was abln to be re- . o - AssocinUon under the direction of moved today to his home. G33 West . Miss Willie A. Lawscn. formerly o! Main street, after having reccnt- »,„,... „..., ----- „, ,,,., ------ ly undergone an operation for ap- consecutive year of teaching nnd is believed to be the oldest teacher in point ot service in the slate. Educated at old Oxford Academy, near Annlston, Miss Beatty taught in Georgia for two years, Ihen taught 18 years at her Alma Mater. "The rest of the time I've been at Coaling," she said. Coaling is a small community In -Tuscaloosa county. "Sixty-two years seems a long lime to you, doesn't it?" she said. "Well, it doesn't seem, long to me. It seems like only yesterday that- I graduated and started out on my leaching career." Miss Bealty was graduated from Oxford Academy in 1878. All Saved llul the Vigcoli MARY5VILLE. Cal. (UP)—Mrs. Pauline Schwab was able to report to the owner (lie whereabouts of Ills missing cnrrier pigeon which participated in the competitive fliglit Irom Marysville to Los Angeles. She was even able U> return lhc bamts on the bird's legs giving its number and other marks of UicnUHcaliou. However, she could do nothing aboul the pigeon itself. The house cat was to blame. . , , I-oretta Lee. I but soon'got out again. ' Miss Jane Colimi- Mrs. ,Shecley is the former Miss' Mauer baiglit, a fleck of 20 prize h"s and Tupelo, Miss., spent. Hie Thelma Slcaii of Stesle. jhens and moved them lo the back weekend here with Miss Mary * " (yard of his home here. Spain Usrey and other friend; Miss U,?,, Urs ' L ' w - T"™^ and 1 A few nights later 16 of the 20 Kochlltzky fotmerly lived here son Dhlie, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. i hens disappeared. Tlie next day -. . • Wclnercf Marlon, ill., spent Thurs-1 police arrested, two uegtocs whb nay and Friday, here as guests of' «ele cffering fal hens for sate M , r - and Mrs. Basil McClure and cheap. other friends,The Turners tonnetlv j lived here. - j 'MJsa Glady.-vMarlr lilllenrtfr lias relumed to 'her home in' 'riiul Mich., nflor a visit, lirrn with wt.\- llvr-s. Mr. anil Mr;;, llubrii Hum:: nn<l sotrs nrovc<l lo Ilornersvillc Hie latter part cf the -week where they are opcnln? a ton rent store. They "Why dldu't you get theuv all?" Mauer asked one ot the negroes In lineup. > wo thought we got- 'cm all," Hie vu'Rio nnswercd. For the ]>:<st, 10 years, salmon fisheries In British Columbia have been patrolled by air frcm June U October. . Mr. and Mrs. Etnesl HaUell wcnl to Hot Springs tcxlay for a week's vacatlcu. ' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel f. avid daughter. Ticca nnd Mrs. W. J. FollOTd tetunted last night froiii a wt'i'k'.s vui-ittinu spent- ou the Gillt i-diiM. iiiul Now OrltMiiK. Miss M;nlli-i .Iran AII-.iUMHi ot Noilh Mlllc R:ok. ram.- l-'rklny t.n spend suvcriil ifa,K \\v\\- \ v illi 'MI VS Elizabeth Aim Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Hcale, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. 'nnd HU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone. 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service Feel hot, tired, irrital.ccl, itchy, perspiring? Annoying, isn'l il? Do this: sprmltle on famous Mexican Heal Powder, then sil back and "ah" your contentment. It "fcelg so gooii" and gives you medicated protection against chafe irritations. Mexican Heal Powder soothes— cools—relieves itching of minor skin irritations—heal rash. Be sure to osk for famous Mexican Heat Pow- J — -it's "medicated." Bringing fort to thousands. Ash vour "»u^gi3v for -McxtcEm Ho<it Powder MEXICANHPOWDER Ooliif (o the Movies FREE" TICKET! Trade here and get free lickets to either Rita or A'vS Rosy Theatres at {/ > our expense. " SJO In Trade Adult Ticket 55 in Trade — Junior Ticket RITE PRICE STORES 11) E. Main 320 \y. Main Y ES, Camels, with their matchless blend of finer, more expensive tobaccos, mean luxury smoking and a lot more of it in every 'packJ Recent impartial laboratory comparisons of 16 of the largest-selling bran Js show: 1 . CAMELS were found to contain MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT than the average for the 15 oilier of (he largest-selling brands. O CAMELS BURNED SLOWER ~ THAN ANY OTHER BRAND TESTED -25% SLOWER THAN THE AVERAGE TiME OF THE 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELL- JNG BRANDS! By burning 25% slower, on the average, Camels give smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK! • 3 In (he same tests, CAMELS HELD THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than the average 'time for all the other brands. Tiy Camels. Enjoy the cooler, milder sinokiiig of long-burning Camels... America's No. 1 cigarette for Pleasure and Economy, CAMELS COSTLIER TOBACCOS The Sahara desert receives hrce limes as .much energy frcm :he sun In a single day as is coii- amcri in all thc coal burned on earth in an entire year. i • i r Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Pifc (H Courier News F»t Free Show Gu«sb Last Times Today 'Man About Town' with JACK BENINYY, Dorothy Lamour, Edward Arnold, Biunie Barnes, Phil Harris, Betty Grablc "Rochester." . Now! ! At last, liadio's number one program is on (he screen :ic- -1,-iimed Ijy Ed Sidlivan and other critics as Benny's very best. Also Faiammint News, "N'ight nt Troc" & comedy. Coniinuous show Sunday. Adin. Sun; Mat. & Nighl IGc & Me Atlm. Monday Matinee lOc & 26c Adm. Monday Night IBc & 3Sc TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT Iwo Admitted for (he Price ot I FOUR MEN AND A GIRL! ilk HIT* KHWSW TOMKtM. ttRNMD HEOEU EDWARD C«R6*N >OHH GAUAttDET Dlncttd b r l&cqu»a Touiftvar Produced i r I arrv Clinton Orclieiirj. C.nrlo & Ncvclly "Republic at 1'aiinni ROXY Admission »lways lOo i Z6r Matinee* Frt.-Sat.-Sun. Last Times Today HACK Scorching expose of sabofage spies! Also I'ox ,vt ws A COLUMBIA MCTUHe Comedy More Pleasure per Rjffc» More Puffs per Pack! Sunday-Monday Drama Alive With Thrills! AWOMUVN £ST IS THE UUDGE t CO1UMHA flCHJRE I , Also selected shorts

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