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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1939
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PAG'ETTWO ' : ; R^YTIIEV-ILLE; -(AUK.) COURIER NEWS AUGUST JO, 1080 -; "a*» COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET this <?><pei Will Admit A. D. Abmialhy & companion Sleele —to the— BIT/ THKATKH —lo see— "OUR LEADING CITIZEN" FLAPPER FANNY By s y .via — -COPH. I9J9BYNCA51BV1CE.1HC. T, M. REG V.S.rAT.crr. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Double Fcur Bridge club meeting with Mrs, M. T. Burr. Mrs. George Slianks entertaining with miscellaneous shower lor Mrs. Carroll Griffin at three o'clock. Heber Springs Group Stake Plans for Picnic A Heber Springs gel together is being planned for all Blyiheville residents who formerly resided in ; Heber Springs. The affair -will begin al one o'clock Sunday afternoon at Walker Park. Watermelon will be served : at four o'clock. No speclalehlcrUiliimenl is planned as the guests will undoubtedly prefer to'reminesce <.! the old days 'in Heber Springs. Anyone who has ever lived in Heber Springs Is invited'to attend the parly, those in charge snld lo- day. ' * • * Circle Has Supper Frankfurters .were the principal dish nt the supper served to nic>i>- bers of the Business Women's Cir. cle, Woman's' Missionary Union, First 'Bapllst church, who met lasl night nt the home of Dr. Edna Nics, •'.-• .The 10 members and one guest. 'Mrs, \v. L..Clark Jr., were served supper on (lie lawn of the Nics .home. Mrs. Clark reviewed the second chapter in ' the inlssicnary study b:ok, "Lottie Moon," niter which Dr. Nies presided over Ihc business session. * * * Baby Is Named The daughter, who was born lo Mr. and Mrs. .John Tiioinas Scan- Ion Sunday, Aug. G, hns been ntimcd fially Ann Scanlon, instead of . Betty -McOutclien Scanlon as was previously decided. * * * Are Guests (I Club Zinnias and other summer flowers decorated the home ot Mrs. John C. McHaney yesterday afterncon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Contract club and two guests, Mrs. A. Ben Hall nnd .Mrs. Norwood Hedge, with n party. Mrs. A. G. Hall was high scorer and -Mrs, J. C. Ellis, second high in the bridge games. The hostess served hcme made ice cream and cake at the conciii5i:n of the games. - * t • ; Are Wed in Double Ceremony Saturday Miss Ludie Mae'Rogers and Pinley Perkins were \vcd in a double ceremony with Miss Alice Gean and W. E. Lott Jr., Saturday night, at the hcme of Magistrate T. L. CasEidy, wh: read the service. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Vnnchve were the couples' only attendants Mrs. Perkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bits of Newi Mostly Personali Osceola Society — Personal Holds Vacation Cliurrh .School ' Fiflccn pupils have been cnroll- ;d in the VticatJon Church School being conducted by the Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Presbyter- Ian church, at the Sans Soiici Mrs. Kay Jackscn and daughters, Juiie and Mtuearet.'cf "riyorfi- biirg, arc upending the week 'here wilh Mrs. Jackson's, sister, Mrs' R. L. Galties, and family. Mrs Jackson and Mrs. Galnes spenl Monday in Mrmphls with another sister, Mrs. Klman Jester, and her infant daughter. Mrs. Earl AnuKtrcui; and granddaughter. Mnrjorlc Rimer, returned I Monday from pcints cil North Carolina, Helena, ' MempliiE where they visited relatives foreign weeks Mrs. Allen Plckard left Sunday for Nashville, Tenn,. to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Ja'm'es L. Covlnglon, and family. ,She will 1I?; fivm there to Louisville, Ky., lo | be Hie guest of another sister, Mrs. I J. L. liobcrtson, and family for a wi">k. Mr. and Mrs. p. H. Ilarbough and daughters, Halite 1'au: and Zola Ann of Sullivan, Ind., have reluni- , ed home after visiting Mr. airj Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh nnd daughter j since Sunday, ' Jack McHnncy, of Oscc:la, spcnl last night and today with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. SlcHaiicy nnd family. Mrs, John Thomas Scanlon ami Infant daughter, Sally Ann, were removed .yesterday from'the Bly- Iheville hospital "to the home of „ , . '"Mrs. Scanlon's parents Mr and hcme after a three weeks vacation Ml . s o w McCutchen ' in Memphis. partner! was quite ill. Miss Anita Stracke Mlw Mim-mi while there but is much Improved „£«,* Clau(U* Scog,in anS "M,-. and Mrs. Fred Crockett of' J ?™* T ' Wltanriu wcre ln ' Mcm Tlioinasvillc, Mo., spent' the weekend here wilh his mother, Mrs. L. M. Crockett and family and with Mr. and Mrs. l\. H. Jones. Mrs. J. B. Tinman ^of Hot, Springs Is here for nil extended visit with her sou. Ihc Rev, Hnr- ,, c , , , , , ,,,,,,, 1 bne naa Jots ot talent but she didn't get a real break an'< til she was nearly six." Sundny night for Ihc MOAT of "The Vngnbaid eld B. Tilimnn and Mrs. Tillman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carl- wrlght. Miss Joy, Blnckwoatl, I.'. 1 Roy Owen nnd N. G. Cnrtwcight Miss Chiirchill Buck IIHVC returned from Little Rock where Ihcy^spent a few days while Mr. Buck attended to business. Mm L. L. Ward and son,' Lloyd school house south of town. An I ^ e ^clm',, ,™ a Mb to We >- «"» *« spending t.,7»mmc indication of tlm n«l nf «uri, in. I .".?... ...', < ' J1 ' l ''' p . ™ . WtlV in nn r ,i,. ,-,,„,„ m , t ,.*».. ,„ i. route. indication of the ned of such in- v ,rk Wm-H struction nnd cllort- Ls revealed in Hie fact that- only Iwo of the eight children enrolled on the first day had a Bible in (heir homes. The school, which began on Monday, is the third conducted by the licv. Lawrence; ihe /irsl one held in Osccoln in June with an enrollment, of 81; Hie second one held 'at Basscll with •!! pupils, Vacationists' Itelurn Among" the Osecoians returning from the two World Fairs yesterday and today were Mr. and Mrs. Fair'and points' en- in "ardy, came yesterday lo be ' wilh Mrs. P. p. Smith who is rc- Mrs. John W. Ech hujiton, William' com ' in S fl "°>« a recent illness Bard Edrington, Madeline Edriii'j- \ Thc J' wl " return in a few days. ton. nnd Tommic Nick Jordan of I Wr - and Mrs - Knrl Toler, of •' — • returned England, came Monday lo spend Mount Veinon. III., hav from a month spent nt Biloxi, Russell Darham, and family. A picnic was given Monday tiislH major operation. She is down will! sippi river soon after dark. Tlic Mrs. Dick Potter went Memphis Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Pocahontas, Ark., were weekend imj ii.ui tunny \\L-I u rur. uiin ivirs. i ucununuis, /UK., were i R. C. Bryan, Mrs. Sam Coble and [ gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. „ Mrs. Thomas I'. Florida, who ro-1 Chailcs Gilbert ol College Station, turned yesterday afternoon from! Tex., brother of"Mrs. Burns, is also llirce weeks in New York and Ihcl 0 guest in Ihc hcme for the month New England states. Mr. and Mrs. | cf August. Mr. Gilbert will be a Dwight H. Blackwood and Ihcir senior in Texas, A. and M. College nephew, Charles Blackwood, will lllis term. lion In Los Angeles, the San Fran- B™ 5 ' °f Miss Catherine Harwell Cisco World Fair, Yellowstone Park "> ib ws>ck - . and other points of Interest In llic Jlr - nn<1 tlll ' s - ftr - A Patterson West. i llnv e' as their guests Oils month Mrs .Tin.,,,!,, r-. n,.. _,.,, 1 Mr - Patterson's grocm has tanning .... Mr. and Mrs. L:lt will make their hoine at Gosnell \\here. Mr. Lott is cmploved at Ihc R D H , ),KM],lv: «lm will tllllnU Uie uall^L uu>i. i6 vui|jiu)E(i ai. me -K. D. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reid spent,al West Memphis Club House 10- Hughes Gin. Mrs. Loll is the daugh- Sunday in I'ittsbovo. Miss., where ! night given by Horace lirown and «r of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Ocan. | lhc y attended a family rcnniou of i Miss Billie Brown of Hint city ive * ' * j' !lc Held -family in honor o[ the I Bnrfcara Banks and her ,;ucsl, Eve- slxty-eiglilh birthday of Mr. Reid's Has Birthday Parly . - « -.. — ..... ,„.•«., Members of the Juds-n BYT fstllcr ' W. J. Reid. All niiu- of the U. of the First Baptist church were '"''"•"' ""'• "-'- -' • entertained at a birthday party Insl -• " •'- "• *>v.Jsi. it II linn: (Jl Lily -hiltlrcn with their wives and hus- t.aiuls (ind children were present with ihc cxccptiBn of one grandchild, Billio Reid lefl Monday for Pittsboio to. spend the rcmiiimicr ,' f th(x vncaiion wilh his grand the entertainment which con- parellt - s - sislcd of several games. The roams! Kalie Nell Dawson is tho r^cst where the gucsU »crc entertained!"' her aunt, Mrs. O. M. Carter In night at the Watie home, 105 West Cherry street, on the -session of Mrs. R. i,. wade Jr.'s birthday. Mrs. John Tyrone was in charge Cl (.lift Pr»ttir(*l in ivinnl ...1-.L1. 1 were decorated with biuqiteis of garden flowers. Birthday cake and ice cream was served by the hostess, who was then surprised with (he presentation o: many assorted gifts. Alltiia KenniOB ' j.t V, ? ' Da " Uui Kai M. p. Robtins. all ;f here n Hcnacrson, Tcnn.. Sunday for Pcnsacola, Fla.. the monlli of ust. Adellr Hook is visiting Mrs. Acalha Wilks and sons in Cinuth- trsviilc. Mo., (his week. Khe is to j!:r their guest on a fishing trip to Ueclcfcoot late. Tenn. Mrs. J. A. Gwaltwy has 115 lier andi?"C5ls this week her sister. Mrs. II. were ». Graham and children of Clarks- Ihe reunion of 150 members of the Rcbtans family nt the home o! IhC Iat-2 R;y [!„() Tj0ra R otl!) j n ,. lo celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the homestead in the oak Grove community near Hcn- dersrn. Lunch and cold drinks were served on the .lawn. Mr. Robbins gave the hist:ry of the family tracing H hack to the days of the Roman Empire. v * . *. Cienshaws H.IVO Fi"Titly Dinner Here Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained members of Mrs. Cviu- tfale, j\!i55.. and a cniisin, William ri/archcrly of JackKnn, Miss. Neil Trtjip went to Memphis yes- Icrday for a ten days vacation. Mrs. T. R. Tiiiri'lc anrt Mrs. Bunks of Clarkdale; Dixie l.ce Quinn. Jon Hrnwn Gwinn. Jotwnic Edwards of niydirvllli; and Jimmie Hill of Reiser. Mrs. J-BiTj 1 Driver will leave (o- f.ny fcr an cxIended visit with her fislers, Mrs. Harris Parks and Mr.5-. May Crnishaw in Union City, Tcnn. W. B. Brodricl-: uml wifn and daui;hlor. Peguy. of Viliisca, la., visited Mr. Ilrotlrirk's ;isle.r. Mrs. fl. Ifarlsill Hanks, and family Friday and Saturday. Barbara Banks alsr. IIIT. us her housrgucst. her coiifin. Evelyn Bnnks of Clark Mrs. Grcir.BC Iloylc was h05(cs to two tables of bridge at licr home Thurdiiy afternoon. No sxvnrrts HIT CT:VPH in I hi:; club but the siirsis rn'y mrct for "an atlcr- nor.n of iiiforuwl playing. Mrs. K. H. Driver was hostess to n group of the- yr.imscr set fn> on iiifraimi simper mid evening of iianios at her home Frid.iy nicht complimenting her nice.';, Jeiip Wiiilbn nf Mcnvohis, Th<! mirsts ivcre Sue Clay Hujhcy, El- i-eek with Mr. Toier's cousin, Mrs. Fnr Miss Hinsoi Temi,, with M | ss Eleanor one half pound son. hrnU week a Dycrsbure, Tcnn,, t Ihe same lime. Mm. Leslie Vinccl, of Cape Gir- .ii'dcan, is spending n 'few days here as tile truest of Miss Jc.Wie Brown mid nr, and Mrs. J. K. Itcaslcy. Mrs. Vinccl, Miss Brown, Miss Anila Gtrackc, Miss Capitola Whilwortli, Miss Athancl Whit- woiih and Mrs, Joe Kamoy sjicnt yc.sterday Iti Memphis. Mr. Vincel ijll' arrive tomorrow for a visit Mrs, Russell Phillips and .son. luEscll Jr., have gone lo Nashville. Tcnn., for a visit with relatives. They will go 'from there to Lake l.urp, N. c., where Mrs. Phillips' daughter', Miss Belly Phillips, is in camp. She will accompany Ihcm home. Tr.iynor, of Sf. Louis, will come tomorrow for Ihc marriage of his brother, John J, Trayncr Jr., nnd Miss Jessie Brown which will be performed Saturday morning Ihc -Church of the Tnimuciilale Conception, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Trnynor Sr., Miss Helen Traynor and Miss Mary "Lou Trayntr, all of '51. Louis, will arrive Friday after- Mrs. W. C. Higginson is resting .fell at the Blyiheville hospital fd- lowing an appendeclomy perfcrmcd last nlglit. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Honors Birthday Anniversary Mrs. V. \v. Coleman was hostess to a twelve o'clock dinner Tuesday in hcnor tf the 04th birthday au" ill M-IIUI \.l LlIU U1L11 UILUU1 George W. Knrliain is a business niversary of Mr. Coleman. >uu visitor in St. Louis today. dinner was held at their home near Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Buck and cooler and Mrs. Coleman was as- aml Cooler. u alto j the former's falhcr, Dr J R Mc- j Daniel, and family. They wilh was an- al The court house, it nounccd talay. Officers of the club requested lhat all members attend and (hoy extended nn invitation to Ihe ptio- Jic. Uompaiiy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Baxter Srulhern and son, James Howard, were vlsi- lors in Cape Giranteau the lallcr part of the week. , Mrs. T:m Lewis, of Kennett, spent Tuesday here with Mrs. llucl Ashcr who is conruicd lo her luinc ay illness. Wallace McCollum. of Kirksvillc, formerly ot" Slcele, has been as- signal to active duly with the 138th infantry, Missouri Natl:n,i! Guard, for the camp duration, Aug. 13-20 In Nevada. Upon'his return he will enroll for his senior year in Ihc Kirksvillc College of Oslc'pathy and Surgery, lie is the son of i uv , 0 ,,, nl: y, m iviempnjs MIS w Mrs. Julia McCollum of this city.) M. Barker and daughter. Miss to spend her vacation wilh her parents in Clifton, Tenn. Mrs. '!'. F. Weaver spent Iho past neck at the Walls hospital iiv Blytheville where she underwent treatment fcr malaria. Mr. and Mrs. Jim stanton and Russell Stant:n of Paragould spenl Saturday here with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. V. W. Coleman and Mrs. Omer Perry and daughlcr, Jeska Ann, who spent Ihe weekend in their home. Miss Wilmuth Thomas of Detroit. Mich., is spending a month here with Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Fisk and cllier relatives. Mrs. Paul Stalloum and daughter, Shirley, of Memphis, Mrs. W. Coolcst Spot in Town Watch Society Of Courier Newi F»j Free Show Guesti of Cooler and Mrs.' Aston Wright, or Canilhersville. spent t'cnnor Russell, of Cooler, taken to the Memphis Methodist .„„,„ ^ lillml:liivlm . t 5pcnl> hospital Sunday where he is lo Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs Hav,„,*„,.„„ ,.,. „„„.,,»!„„ „,,. ,.,„„!, mon(1 pen . y of Crcckctl Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nance, of Weds. - Thurs. au operation this week. Mrs. Kussell is with him. Harold Slccle, who is stationed Crockett, announce the birth ot at New Madrid, was here the latter an eleven pound son at their home part of the week visiting his mother, ! Mrnday night. Mrs. Mable Steele, and sister, -Miss J. M. Burden was laken lo Ihe Louise. He is a slate conservation Methodist hospital in Memphis last officer. | week 1 In a serious condition. He is Miss Marjcrie Kincannon and improving now. Miss Mary Decine Clark spent Sat- i Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith are urday in Jonesboro where Miss spending their vacation with rela- Clark was preparing to cnler col- lives in Hct Springs. While there they also visited and Mrs. Taibcrt Kellcy and baby and Miss Wanda Kellcy. TOO_LATE TO CLASSIFY 1 Mrs. John Kcmbell of Trenton, 3 room furnished apartment. " 1..UIJU-I unu JVLIS. UUWIIIHII was as- Tcnn.. is the guest of her daugh- Downstairs. 108 W. ; , sisteet by their (laughter, Mrs. Omer j ler, Mrs. T. N, k I'crry. | Brigfiuicc. " "''"' ' -"" "-' Larvis and Jackie Sellers of Jackson, Tenn., arc liie guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Also Paramount N', Screen SiKiiKhats * Alusicnl .Short. . Briggancc, and Mr. phone C83. Kentucky, Kipk33 The gucsls besides Mrs. Perry, Mr. Perry and their daughter, Jeska Ann, were: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bcckham and daughlcr, Miss Louise; Mr. and Mrs,- T. N.- Brig- gancc. all cf Cooler; Mrs. John Kcmbell of Trenton, Tenn., and Russell Stanton of Paragould. w » * Picnh; (liven A. A. Williams. Mrs. Eva Lousing and daughters are spending this week in Dyersburg, Tenn., with relatives. Mrs. Aubrey Shehon has been removed to her home in Sleele from the 31. Joseph's hcspital in | Memphis where she underwent a New Uiiffer-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration him Sunday afternoon. Mrs. David and Mrs. Dick Potler returned home Monday but Mrs. B. p. Potter has remained with him. Mr. and Mrs. daughter have Angrlcs, CnlH., after a month „ visit wilh Mr. Skillion'.s sister. Mrs': W. M. LaFerncy, and family aiicl relatives in Illinois. Mrs. B. M. Murray left last night for Ashcvllle, N. C., for a visit with her inollicr. Miss Dorothy Jca'n Alley went lo entire evening was spent, in vari:ns means of entertainment. Those who attended besides Miss . 11.1.11 inn,. Hinson were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carl Skilliou and i Hopper, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Ash- returned to Los craft, Joe Russell, Tom Crawford, -"•" '- "- "' <JlBgs Reid and Mrs. James Reid. The son born to Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wagster, cf Cooler, last week as been named Samuel Lafayellc Jr. COOl WEATHER"! "^JL. i COHFORT ic-n'-l. FOR HOT WEATHER, LeachvillD yesterday for a visit "ilh Miss Sally Jo Joyce and Miss Irene Joyce. She plans lo be away week. Mr. and Mrs. James Nebhul, Miss Mary Rcvelle ami Miss Willie Ncbhut spent the weekend in Arlington, Tenn., with Mr. and Mrs. Rarton Bond and infant son. They were joined there by Mrs. J. P. Ncbhut, who has been visiting in •Senrcy. She returned home with them, but Miss ReveJIe went frotn ilicrc lo Bells where she will spend her vacation. Miss Lcia Blythe who is visiting Wayne Dickfon were Mcmpiiis vis ilors yesterday. Thomas r. Florida will return today from a business trip lo Gal- ••"• I-HM.-S. v.i. «. inomas 01 i vcston, TCXRS. where he wenl by | CcrmcrniH. Miss.. Joe Farley -i •JlEiis Siinciay. The previous week i Rcssullc. Tcnn., Dick Prewilt, Mr. Florida spent, in Greensboro. J Artair Hcok. , . O. R. Thomas of Lake of - l -^.,i- ,i, ui^tlisuvro North Carolina, on business While , there he wa,> the guest of Julian [Price, president of the Jefferson ; Standard Life Insurance Companv Mrs. I,, T, Law- rs un- ningham's family with dinner yesterday at their hcme. Included in the guests were- Mrs Cunningham's mother, Mrs J t Crenshaw of Treiilon, -who has wen visiting her here f:r a few weeks; her eisler, Mrs. V/. T. Morrow of fort WtrtrC Tex., who will spend a week here; tier brother, w. I. Crenshaw of BartUsviUc, Okla, who Iclt this atterirnn alter having been here for a few days; ancther brother, John Crenshaw :aBd family of Trenton and another , tomorrow from ....... ... ,, l,!l« H'ul.j; ;t||f| S;>J)S ' ,.,HJ,..» J{1 I Carey and P,\i;l, mo expected htimt- 1 r;olb< ' rl was Mrs. Yott E. Whitinorc was high Ecorcr al the hiirtoe club meeting with Mrs. M. V. Alexander on Frl-, day afternoon. Shr \vns prcssntcd cooky jar for award. Mrs. W. 13. lr;1 weeks visit in | s s n Lebanon. Tcnn.. where (hey have visited Mrs. Uuvicnco-s ' . Mrs. B. T. Beard. mother Mr. and Mrs. c. L. Canadv and daughter, Carol Jane, will 'arrive tomorrow from Crawford Tex to be guests-of Mr. Canady's sister Mis. R. H, Jones and Mr. .Tones' Mr. Canady | 5 pritnlpai of the Crawford high school. M r% , cinsdy who | S ai ED a member of Uic fnc' ully, was graduated today wit), ), Dr M. A. degree from Baylor Unlvers- — •* — -- w..iw*j **iiij cuiuLinu "i. t\, ue*-1 EC r Mrs J. B Coip.r and.Mr.Mty, Waco" T«x ,^, Mar >' tM . n daughter, carmen, have returned Gninx lo "if Mnvits oti u FREE TICKET! Trade here and get free tickets to either RiU or Roxy Theatres nt our expense. SIO In Trade— S3 In Trade — RITE PRICE STORES 111 E. Mafn 320 W. Main /T Adult Tii-Ml Junior Ticket A Child Can Add Dp The Savings Get On HIGHSPEED TIRES *- HUY A SI'.T 01'* -I FOK ONLY ,.75 1>cr * Ellis Snipes, midget M Er . 5th tt Walnut Pliant StO of prickly heal, sunburn, chafing irritations. Here's medicated comfort. A boon to you nnd to baby. MEXICANS POWDER Dnuglilrr U; ri , An eiglit ami one hnlf p:und baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Talbert Kellcy, formerly of Stcele Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2ml Floor of The 1st. Natl. Bank Bklg. 1. Docs not rot . not irritace skin. 2. Nou'aitinj>cpdry.Canbciised right after shaving. 3- Jnstamlystops pcfsi)iration for 1 tn 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A puie while, grcasdcss, stainless vanishing cccam. 5* Arrid has been awarded ihc Approval Seal of thcAmtricaci Institute of IjunHering,- for being harmless 10 fabrics. 15 MILLION jars ot Arrid have been sold. Try a jac lodayl ARRID I""" 1 ' Admission always Ilia & 26c Mallncca Fri.-Sat.-Sun. . - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS A "PEN" TURNS MAN TRAP! "There's nothing like the pause that refreshes Hard work—and hot work—call for a pause now and then. That's when ice-cold Coca-Cola belongs on the job... to make your pause the pause that refreshes. Thirst asks nothing more. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

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