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PAGE TWO ,URK.) poyyiER NEWS COURIER NjWS ThJ» Tjcfcet WU1 Admit *C"C." J*St«jt f- 'Companion r-lo EITJC THEATiJR —to' ice— "Good Girls Go to Tails' 1 3ogal Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. gtSo Scrape having AUC brjdge club "at rustic fnn. Ta^n and Country club inectmg 'S'ltli Mrs. C, C. Laneston. THURSDAY'S KVENTS Mrs. Rajmpnd Smith enterlaln- Ing Double ]Four B/id£e club. Prosperity club meeting 2;30 o'clock \vit!> Mrs. . N. Koury nt Altar society, Cjiurcl) cf (he Immaculate Conception, fponsc/riiig bingo party, eight .o'clock,' Catholic Hall ' ' * FRIDAY^ EVENTS Kidelts Sunday .school class, First Baptist churcix, having Duicli supper, 1:30 o'clock/at Mrs. Otis Shepherd's home Ehnwood Cemetery BEEjdaiion meeting three o'clock with Mrs. W A Stlckmon Bachelors Mid Friends Take Bus Trip (o Memphis Menjbejrs cr the Bachelors club and t))eir dates nnd other friends y-ere entertained at the Hotel'pen- body last night with p '.dancing party for slilcb. Jnji Garb'crand his orcjipslra playetj Two buses jicre chartered for ilic 100 Osceola and Bl>lheyljlc people »ho made the trip A nuinbcr cf others went xj-ivn ») private curs. The fmscs lef.t from the Hustle Inn at eight o'elotj* This Is the second bgs (rip sponsored by (his group, a party liaving gene down Jast '.year tj Memphis to hear Buddy Itogers and his orchestra. » 9 * D>ncinj Tartj llonon, Out gf Town Visitors Twenty guests were entertained at the Huslic Inn .Saturday allcr- ncon at an" Informal party given by Mrs. M-aiy McIUvain for her son, Mai Mcllwaln, and Miss Mary Jane McLnin/ both of Shrevcport, La., who spent the weekend here. From four to six o'clos'k, the Eueste dr jipea bj to meet Miss fourth McLlin and to viiil with Mr. Me- ' Jals y Ilwaln Dancing was one of the main diversions of the atterncon. •Iced.- drinks and an assortment of nuts and potato 'chips were served throughout the .party. Have Farewell arty. A farewell party In the form of S'"l Mrs. Bland a 1'andkerchtef shower was fiiven >liss Lois Ml.ck. jeslerdas afternoon for .Mv.s. S. E Vail and ifrs Fred Samiefur b> Son Born members of the E\ecut)ve goarrt of ' ' the Woman s Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church following the board meeting Botli Mrs. Vail and Mrs. Eanclefur are moving' frcni Bi)lhe\llle Mrs. yail expects to leave about the middle of this month (or Olin ten, Mo, where she will join Mr Vail who is employed there. £ande.fur will leave soon for Bhaw- Tiee, Okla., for a visit with her sister, Mrs. H. O. Beshears aucl family. Mr. Sandefur will join her (here later and thej will then cic- cide where they will reside. Refreshments were served after the gifth had been opened Mr..: and Mrs. Yail ami Mr. and Mrs. Eandefur, \vho have ilycd here a number of years, have long tee: prominent in affairs of the First Presbyterian church. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylyia Osceola i Society -^ Personal week to nukp tljelr future home. I of his at SI, Jphjjs Millfflry Acnd- Mr. Rheubush luis acccplc(l n Blm- ciny, pelafjeld, wis the past year "v nosIMm, ,^ tr , tj le joncsbovi I Sue Olay Hughey of •Houston, JJghl ai|d Watcf .Cpm^ny and ylll Te^., .1? liei'c for a short visit with begin Ills duties on the fifteenth, her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs J •i'ae Kev. Harold B, Tillman and H. Ixjvewell. Mrs. TjlUnpii Jeft Monday for a 1 ' Mrs. I. J. Hesley of Chicago is week's visit with her parents, Mr. | here for a month's visit wlll.i her and Mrs. J. A^ Stewart nt Grein- sister, Mrs, George Edrlnglon. wocd, Ark., and to accompany I Mnrjorle Hill and Mary Allen their daughters, Betty and Sue, "•>••'—•-•• ------- •• - - home after a summer \vll|i tl)tir TUESDAY, AUGUST S/1939 At The HospitaU "Speechless" Picnic Is Farm Bureau Plan Blylhevllle Hospital Sam Mllllcan, city, admitted. I O. A. Tartlcy, caruthersvilte, ad-' "No sneafc'lng" will lie the feature mitted, of the atmyal Mississippi county Miss Doris Winii, city, admitted. Rirai'Bureau picnic and fisli fry Miss Evelyn Thompson, clly, dls- to be ''e!d nt Walker Park of Ely- missed. jday. Tliey will rettirn I iP J-r- Johni),le fprebak and M)ss Ln- (iell Pa'ust of Little wncken<) gue.sls of Rock Betty Ann I'rcsbylerian Circles Meet. Nine members of circle one of Hie I'rcjsbytcrj ' ' I If.ucsts of "Mrs, '! ay for a lesson taken from They yierc npcompun- icd hoinc by Virginia Strickland of that clly who had been the guest of Miss Wlillwoiili lot ten Ediingtoii spent the weekend ln| Mrs. W. M. Crowe, Huffman, dis- Memphis as guests of Mr. and missed. Mrs. Lanny Ooliglns. Mrs. W. B. Flaijiilfran. nccom- panjed by her grand/spn, Ben nlgai), win tomorrow for Mc- Mrs. mitted. Bob Olcansboro, III., to be the guest; of ted. her daughter, Mrs, a) g, Campbell.! Mrs. Max ' Walls Hospital T. p. Weaver, stcele, ad- Hennaiidale, admlt- clly, admitted. f 'JIc';> pniclisiiig to be a cpluj.iijiist," two visitors, iMis, 3allle Counts and Mrs. Hiirctd Klines .of p,usadci|n, Cnlif., honscgucsts of Mrs. George W. Uai I win, and one member, Mrs. C. A. Taut, \v)io U3W resides in Charleston, Mo. At tile concliislou of the program. Nfrs. KJmcs briei|y discussed tlie ivork .her stiirty gioup W"s doing 11 the AVcst .const. The hostesses fcrvcd Ired drink.? and cakes dtiriny the social hour. The Beck home was decorated with iparigolcls, Kinnlas ami coreopsis. Daughter Born A (laughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tiite, of Dell, at (he home cf Mrs, Talc's uncle, fed Orcci), ui)d Mrs. Greei). The baby, who weighed seven and three fourths pounds, has been najned UauKlilcr Is Born Mr, and Mrs, Cliurjcs Blapcliar<l ire Ilie pmenls of a ciniiglitr.r ijoni Saturday night (it fl:30 o'clock nt tile family libi'uD, '217 Dougan nvc Hie. The baby lias not been nnmeU yet, Mrs. Blanchnnl is the former A. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Ilixson yesterday afteniqon ' at the hospital Paris, Ark., I'eabody roof and rctiniicd home this mbrnlnt!. Mrs. 1'. J. Mahan Is resting wel fallowing l;er rejnoval Lo iier honie frcpi CaniiltiPll's clinic Sunday Mrs. Jaijies H. Bc|l and Dr. T- were in Memphis with her Siinday. Mr. mid Mrs. Jcc P. IVlde Jr. of Bntcsyjljc, Ark,, wcus here ovc (lie weekend en route to Piedmont Mo., whej-c they will he stallonct during the building of a dam. Mr I'ricie Is n United .States engineer \vc|'.C tile giicsls of Mpf pride's fantjly, Mr. anU Mrs. J:e p Sr. Mr. and Airs.. Vcrncn Wood p Port Worth, Tex., were guests o Mrs. Charles P. Wood ^Sunday. They stopppd here as they were en rente to Chicago nnil New York. Miss Jane Hipp of Riplcy, Term., came yesterday for a visit with Mr. and Mi's. James WilHauis auci oilier rejallves. Mr. and Mrs. I/. V. Wysc arc expected to return loinorrow frojn St. Louis wlicrc they went, Sunday afternoon. B. S. Simmons is attending to business in Florence. Ala., for a few days. Miss Mnrjrrle JIcGrlde is vaca- tionhij In Chicago, Ottawa, nnd i Aurora. Ill,, with relatives. Mbn-j bjs ;?iojhe;-. .Mrs. J. H. Jlpok, Aincng the Osceolans who at- day was also -jack's ' tended the baseball games In ft.| birthday. , r, a , ampe.! Mrs. Max »te city, admitted .Jack Hook, who I, e,nploycd 'wllh Ora Leo Carey, Manila dis te d! (lie U. S. EilBlncers at Marked V'ollie Edward Pilterson rilv Tree, suent (he weekend here wltii'rilsmlswri .laucison, cay, Mrs. Ben Butler and so, ['. mici rtsbytoUnn Survey In which Mrs. 101 >is between the Cardinals jci'bcrt Slilppen' discussed "What m,, i-lilllics last Sunday were Mr. '(I Like of the Adults O f My •as given by Mrs. George Edrlt'ig-i j.- ( " nh" ivilHanis and soils, "Lan and on and included sentence prayers Fr(mk j r . ; Pa ve Young and W. T. rojn all. In Ifje busljieps sesjjiun Ramsey. Mr. anil Mrs. Williams cd by Mrs. A. F. SPSCJJC, pliajr-1 r (!ma)i)c<) over pud left fpr ft I'.n )(in, plans iverc made for serv-| (la y S vacation in Chicago at the >g of the Rolnry luncheon on the' j.-dscwatcr Beach Hold. ncentli. Mrs. George Edilagton. ss)stccj by Mrs, ). H. Hpok, yy))) be lostesj to t.hc ;npnthly iiuxillary ice.tl)ig on tlje twc.nty-'nrst of ;Vu- ust. ' ••.-•• Mrs. C- B. Driver lincl ten mcin- ers in ;ier i;on\e for ilic f circle two of whtch Mrs. .J. A. Crosthwnlie Is clialrman. Mrs. Pery Allen led a round laule dlscns- ioii of an arLlcJc taken from the resbylerian S n r v c y entitled 'J'ransulnnjed Fi'oni HQine und Lands Afa)'." Mi;s. E. s! Chl(es oi)ducted t,l\c rteyotlonai period, fills circle is serving the Rotary unchcon today. -j I irtiere they make tlielr home. Mr?. J ~ ~~ Hixson, who Is the former Miss MlSS Bet'lllCC CJllllOJ! Dorothy Foster, is a sister of Mrs. T. L. Clements and has visited itre n number of limes. «'. M. V. Meets Weds Fred L. Henley IJ*s Clih Part} A paity' for members of the re- PErtlly organized Monday Niglii Bridge club was given Inst ni^lii by Miss Evelyn Blythe at her home. Mrs, clarence White was tlie only guest besides club members. lifrs. B. P. Brogfion was high Ecorer and Mrs. H. B. nichardscn, .second high "In' the bridge games. Tlie hosiers served a salad plate with ined tea. t * * Have Bible Study Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers taught Ihe Bible lesson at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the 1 -'" street Met'licdist church, yes- atternoon when 20 mem- nd cne visitor, Mrs. A. U ] r CAmrrUERSVILLlS, Mo.. Aug. 8. —Miss Bcrnlcc chillon of lliis city Miss Irene Chambers, of Little became the bride of Fted U Henley rtock, state Woman's Missionary in a simple but Impressive single Jnlon worker, and Mrs. T. F,. -Talc, ring ceremony performed In the tf Armorel, \v<?re guests of the Wo- Metlicdlsl church at Ne»- Madrid, nan's Missioiran 1 Union of (lie Mo., last Thursday evening, at nliie- Fir.st Baptist church which met thirty o'clock. The Hev. Fred P. yesterday' afternoon at the church. Woods, pastor of that church, read The meeting was opened with the service in the presence of Mrs. ihc repeating of the watchword Jack Pinion and Mrs. Wocds of ;nd prayer by Mrs. T. H. Ilaynes. that city. Fallowing Hie ceremony 'Prayer" was the subject of tlw Ihc young |>coplc led for SI. Louis levolional given by Mrs. W. J. and Owensvillc, Mo., where they. Rodgers aflpr which Mrs. n. L were guests of one of Mrs. Hcn- .feeder led in prayer. Mrs. H, JI. ley's school friends, -Miss Blanche Jrooks presided over (he btisiness B:yd. TJicy returned honie Sun- cession aiu( Miss Chambers gave [day cvculnf;. iVo;ij,aii'i» Copuril i\|cct.K. The Rev. L. M. Blckford, pastor of Uie Christian church, was Ihc irlncipai .speaker at the ijieejini! of the Senior Circle of the Woman's Cannot of that churct) ycs- Icrdiiy, outlining some plaijs fo' the fall work In the Sunday £cli and women's .organizations. Fo|- lowjiiK the dcvplional \iy M.rfi. W T. Ramsey, ilic Epistle,'; of I'liu V. ! .ere studied w)lU Mrs. W. A. B(ii- jer leading the lesson. Mrs. Joe Youn«, chuli'iH/in of (he circle, ai> poiiiled M.rs.' W. 'I', paiiiscy, Mrs J. C. Scuriock and MLss Fan Nicko ns a jicrmanci)t conimlttcc ^ii charge of the Rotary luncheon w)ien (J)clv term conjes. , McMjndi.st rf Society Mrfts. Mrs. G. B. Segraves. prcslden of tl)C Methodist Missionary So clety, made plans for beginning the rcgulnr routine of work' ai)' study in Seiitcmber at the meet ng In the church parlors Mdnd.i) afternoon. A discussion on Ih eaflel entitled, "Widening Mir, Jonary Fields'^ telling ol rura work In Texas, Tennessee and nth r southern stales was given li: Mrs. L. W. Wallers. Twelve mem uejs were present :: • . J * * * W. M. V. Business Meeting. Alter repeating watchwords inking of W. M. U. hymn nm iraycr by Mrs. R. H. Jones, till icv. Jaines Kevcr, s^oulli evangel st of Dallas, Texas, yhp is hold ng a series o! young peoples any- ces at the BitDtLil ehyrcl), Ittl ())' spiritual lessoij based upon ih parable of the Good Samaritnj '.n (he absence of Airs. D. H Blackwcod, president, the busincs session was conducted by Mrs. Id) Tucker, first vice-president, n^i he retiuested .npportlpnmeut fy he building fund of the W. M. U rrainlng Schcpl in Lonisvillc .tisciisscd and accepted. A play pageant depleting the plans to he new building will be given |a(, er in the year. Arrangements tu i number to go to the group meei ng of the county W. M. U. n Wilson on' Wednesday were tniul.L Visitors were the Rfiv. James Ke .•cr, Mrs.' Clovis Crockett an daughter, Mary Alice Crockett. . .he closing prayer. jB.ita of News Mostly Perwnali Miss Nell Harris is spending lo- d«y in Mcin)ihls with Mrs. "p. D. Smltn ' wll ° is improving from nn le ™. She was Tl\e bi'irte is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs .O. W. Chillon. | She • received her early education i hero and was graduated from the local high school in 1933. She attended William Woods college at Fulton, Mo., for one yc.ir and received her B. J. degree from the University of Misscuri in 1D31. Following her graduation she y,'ns employed In Blythevllle. Ark., where she served as society editor of the Blylhcvillc Courier News for six months since which time she has been associated witlj her' fattier, yvlip is editor and pub'llscr of the rhe devh i ' ' Walt< » The devotional was given by Mrs. i Taylor a " n W ° Cad frcm '' R ' Ia s>le Mrs has returned t rn f, ,, ra as reurne .f dknK V a Ulcw5 - TJ« | from B ten days' visit *ll h Jrtewls ' Erou Mr, s ' Pr: grain Subject !s WprlS Citizen "Citizen q! the o * h . .,,. ° *"* K ? rese " l ' d ' ° ?1 ' 1 Ucniocrnt-Arcus in this city. The bridegroom, a young' attorney, is Ihe sou of the lajo Mr, Lewis Henley. He was reared In this cx;nimii- in Caruthersvlllc. ] "' l y a 1 "* w as graduated from the Mrs. John W. Snyder and daugh- [Caruthcrsvillc Uigli School in 1031. Icr, uritcie. of at. Louis, came Hc attended Canithersvillc Junior Saturday ti spend two weeks litre j College and completed a course In with Mrs. Snyrier's sister, Mrs, B. j'""' a ' Cumberland University, S. Simmons, and Mr. Simmons. j L-tanon. Tcnn., in 1935. He Vaul Damon, who lias been 111 admitted to the Missouri Bar in for .several days, is now better. i lllc spring cf 1936 after which he Mrs. Faiiline Hayrten of Carulh- • established olfices In this city. He ' Mr, H,» ,,r , rfmllcr e«csls of Mr. and Mrs cl Kalph Bcrryman Friday nlghl Mrs « " » their during the program period. The de\otional wjis given by Mrs James Terr* who took T.cr sctip- M s:n WE. ; e for a visit. -.viBKes a uarl Hughes, of Kn Norwood this mcrnlng to Iii 3 &s "Keep having visited hu sisters )be. Mi-s. | George Slinnks and Miss' Hughes, siiice Friday. Miss Sara Jo Little and Mildred Mcorc, who have counsellors i 5Jit ° r Shrapnel Meanders ISTANBUL. Turkey (UP) - A ?lllal1 *™» ol shrap,,el, which '• '"""' th « C!>r of a Turkish returned «>Mier 27 years ago. l m been ex- a«l« t™ted Tom Ins tliigh 1 . On Its slow Mrs Journey through his body Ihe frag- Mw --nt «u«d .the imin ni palu uS- til ,1 few weeks ago when his legs Miss began lo ache. ' ! If. M. nhcubush, mafntcnnnc engineer with the Oscrcola Municl ;;al Light nnd Water Plant fo .he [Mist several years, will mnv .vith his family to Joijeslipro liii When yon ore cross, IrrilaWe, nnf grouchy; when ydii find fault will the coITee, Ihe eggs, the bacon, ant Hie cook, yon may veil suspect Ilia you liayc n touch of biliousness o sorCallEd "Torpid Liver," so preva lent In hot weather. All you ma need is a little calomel, or belle still, ''Calolabs," the rjatisealess c«lo niel compound tablets that mak calomel-taking a pleasure. Calolabs Rive you the comblnei .effects of calomel and salt,, helpin Nature to expel the sour, stagnan bile and washing 11 out, of the systcn One or two Calolabs at bedtime wit p B'a.'>s of 5«Ucr,—(hat's all. Ncx mojnlng your system feels clean rin rcfreshetl, your head "Is clear, you spirit bright, and you are feelin fine with a hearty appetite fo breakfast. Eat what you wis'.i an go about your work or pleasure. genuine olptaW are tow only In chtc)tcr-b(Mrd (Wack and wbltci pick- ages bearing Ihc Umio murk "CiloUV)';," poluse Imllstlons. Ttlsl rack.ipo ten cents; family p.ic)sa?c only t«cnty-rtve ccuts, ftt your dealer's (Adv.) . (is tlieir guests Sunday, !)Ir. Mrs. Islorris fiube;>stei;i pf Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubcns;?|n ad u l ,kc City find Dr. Merman LoyiUli id Mrs. Lcvilch of Memphis. 'l%o her sons, Lew 0. Rubensteiii pf .cubenville, O., ami Abe Ruben- elji of Cleveland, O., also arrived Mrs. 0. p. Welch of West Mem- lih.i.s, ncc.omi)ai)led by l)er daugh- f^r, Mrs. Floyd Cliaffiii o| Port VVflrtji, Tex., arrjycd yesterday for two weeks visit with her daughters, frltf. ,Ai)drc )v J. fjorjda of this cjty .and Mrs. Sam ]J. Wlllinjixi of " ..... Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendersoji of - Unynesville, Ln., who formerly lived l;i Osceola^ Kj)eiit Sunday night liei'p y/W) iVli'.'flnd Mrs'. V. B. McCnnts ai)d <)roye to Jpnes- boro Monday Tor a visit with Mrs Ernestine I[olt, city, dismissed, in/.,,, steeje, dismissed. ajcthi^i'sj Hpspifal J. M. Burden, Slcele, admitted. Memphis Baptist Jiosplt.il Miss peba Games, Manila ad- m.iitcd. Hcnrj' DeLancy, Manila, admitted. New Army ptcl In Chhui SHANGHAI (UP)—A new formula for army radons which will insure better health niid greater fightjng efficiency has been perfected by China's food expert. Among the articles one t)jc new diet ' thevillc next Tuesday. Mule racing will headline the Informal program being planned by the county agricultural and home dcmoiislraUtn agents, with a baseball game between two of the best teams of (he county to be played In Hie afternoon. All members of Die bureau, vrhlcli lias 1200 enrolled, their families and a few special friends have been Invited t:> live event. Kcbhuls Books TOLEDO, O. (UP)—The University of Toledo's WPA library project has rebound more than 36,000 bcoks and renovated 40,000 during its three years of work. The project now is starting H-s fourth year. 666 flendcrsoiVs fathej, p. p Bfli'top flW ^' e Vhoje rjcc, flour,' wiio)e and family', " ' • 'wheat flour, eggs, ai)i|iial fals, Mrs. J. J. P.iilard ),-as us llcj .| ^ans,-sugar and salt. ' .her .daughter, Eula Mxjore iturday to Join (heir wives, who I p'illard g t s'lrmingham" Ala' and ^? le S<3I ' !}1 f» n 6»etlc pole of (He ive been visiting In the Ruben-1 |, cr si^ j^; Miltori Moore of, carl)1 Jl?s not &?" feaclied. It is em home for the |»st week. I pjaiilersi-ille 'Miss Mis.s Jerome' lQca ' e ^ '" Antarctica, ^t about n Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rogers bad I Kennedy and Franklin' jjo|t of, de 6 | ' ce s scntli and 155 degrees 16 s their weekend' giies.ls Mr. rtog- .sisters, Miss ^<HA\e Rogers, liss 'Callje Ilogcrs, Miss Einmie oners nnd a niece. Miss Ellza- efh Blac'kinoi), all of Jackson, Inn. Mrs. E. (j. Bos'cc of Newport, \rk., liiis returned to her home Her. scvcrnl days with Mrs. C. ,M. la.nvcll. Mrs. Boycc and Mrs. llar- v'cll were classmates at Galloway College, Searcy, Ark. Mrs. E. D. Rose is In Grenada, .liss.. at the bedside of her molli- r, Mis. J. E, Shaw, who suffered stroke tu'o weeks ago. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Strickling of Memphis spent the weekend with icr mother, Mrs. G. T. Florida, j Mrs. Forrest Paschal! returned Jcuday to her honie lu puryear,' I'eun., after spending tl)e week] vi(li Miss Fmily Mason. T. P. Florida left-Saturday night for n week's business trip to Greensboro, N. C,. where be will be the guest of Julian Price, president ol (he JelTcrson Standard Ijifc Insurance company. • Rfr. unit Mrs. Paul Pdirlcy and on. I.liulsey Joliuson, and Eldon •"Rirlcy of Heletia spent Saturday ami Sui)doy ivilli tljcir parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Fairlev. Paul mid EUlon are employed with tlie U.-S. Engineers. . Billle Dyrss hus as his gucH i)I,s week, Joe Whitson of Nnsh- yillc, Teii.n., >vho was ,a cja.ssinate Birmingham yvili arrive. tomorrow lo be "tiib gnes'ts of Miss DiUard! for several days. Cjrcus !<c.scs its Vf»y O. (UP)—A pir- cus follows jis food, as demonstrated by the fact that one. complete tent show, siipjwsccUy bound for .Adrian, Mich., lauded Ijere after a long nlglit on the road. Charles plliver, steward for the circus, who i jdes in the big chuck wagon for the .show becnmc lost. Read Courier News want aas Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CL.INIC ON THE 2nd Floor of The 1st. Nail. Bank Blclg. FOR SALE KELVINATQR 7-KOf)T DEI,USE ICE BOX A Real Bargain for Quick Sa)c Phone %. cast. BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! MALARIA t) 7 days ami rt'Lievc \J*MS Coolest Sjipt in Town TUJJES, REPAIRS, BODY FENPKH WORK, ANP PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW - PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 633 Always Open Witch Society Of Courier Newt F«r Free Show Gaettt TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT 'I wo Admit ted for tlie Ptlcc ot J CLOSE-OUT SALE Of All Broken Lots and Sizes 400 PAIRS OF I n0|[§' The Colors: ^Whiles —Bliics -^Browns -^-Greens liour was i turned' home. Mis' closed wllh the Lord's Prayer de- j hi Memphis by lwst~nioilier° )ivm,d In unison Tl.ie feting' Tcii, A. Little, and M ' P was presided p^er by Mrs. J. Cecil Stanley last iiHil MJ! , Lowe, mission study chairman. [ joined the Bachelors' club tnnv The twenty teur present included; frcm here for dancing at (lie llalel 111 HOTEL PEABOPY — Air Conditiouctl For Your Comfort Lowest ItfUcs E. Main SI. ~ Blytheville WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer C'lofhrs, Cool. &. Fresh at Less Cost lo I'ourirff. Dresses Gleaned ., ____ (i5c Suits Cleaned ........ 65c 1C2 PEERLESS CLEANERS Franklin The Styles: , — Pumps — Oxfords — Tics-Straps — Sandals Shoes Suitable For All Seasons VALUES to $6.75 $ CHOICE SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY ALL SALES CASH W iri-Ovo A. IH II TIE'S . , *$m&mm*.' . W g? S I S R V" TO O/ ALL SALES FINAL Due clad by TODBROWNINC3 Also I'ictorial & Cpmnrty Adniissipn Matinee lOc & 2 ' Night I6c fr-3(ic. Weds. * Thurs. Also Parar.-.cimt Nrvvs Conu'dy Admission Matinee lOc- & Night 16c * .^c ? § $ S S 5 $ S FRIDAY.AUG.il 150 GOOD REASONS Why You Should Attend Mafincc or Night 5 5 •••$••$ 5 S § S a ox ASmfRsfon always lOe &, ?6 Matinee* Fri:-S»t.-Snn. Tu8.-Wed.-Thur, PAL NIGHTS

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