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PACE.JW.Q FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1939 v COURIER NEWS. COMPLIMENTARY" TICKET This Ticket Will Atoll It. 11. KiMlfus i- comiiaiuon Bljlhevjjlc, Rt. 2 ' —to (he— . R1TZ THEATER —to Sff^-: "COWBOY QIMRTEHHAC'K" TO.WCJ ing Topper Mrs. Robinson Honored With Tea At Teriy Home All afternoon l«a yesterday at I the-home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Terry al which 150 guesls were entertained complimented Mrs. Freeman Robinscn; recent bride. Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. C. E. Crigger Sr. were hostesses. Mrs. Robinson is the fcrmer Miss Virginia Simpson, daughter of Frederick C. Simpson ot Knoxville, Tcnn. She and Mr. Robinson were married In Knoxville July 11. The guests were greeted by Mrs. Renkert Wctenkamp. In the receiving line were the hostesses and the guest of honor. The bride wore her wedding gown of white starched Ohantllly lace with long fitted sleeves rmd a very full train. Bowknots of seed pearls trimmed the neck of the dress. She wore a corsage of tuberoses which was similar lo those worn by the h-stesses. • Assisting in entertaining the guests were Mrs. Charles Crieger Jr. and Mrs. Hugh Whilsitt, Mrs. James Hill Jr. and Mrs. Hnrman Taylor presided at the rciresn- nient table in the cUhhig rosm. They were assisted in serving by Mrs. James Terry, -Miss Marjorie Warren nnd Miss Margaret Shaver Giiesl artists were Miss Kalhryn Grear and Miss Virginia Martin, pianists. Pink roses on the pSnno fine! coffee table blended with the PI- cardy gladioli arranged In an atjun .vase in the drawing ro:in. While, dahlmi In a white nnd g Id vase j ^ere in keeping Avilh the nicdoim mtmg pink and white scheme. Bouquets of \arl colored summer flowers 'decorated the ndjclninB sun'"porch. A .silver cpcrgne of California, chrysanthemums and roseouus in pastel-shades used In the center of the dining room was c mplement"cl clips to relieve the severity by a ^TSC, of sweet peas and pink rosebuds on the buffet and other pcuriuets $f roses. Trjc assortment cf campes and cakes emphasized the : motif. * ^f. * * BH« of Newi Moitjy Mrs, John Wliltworlh end <jaug)>- tpr, Betty frm, (inrt Mrs. Copper Driver, of Oscepla, spent ye^ler- day here with Mrs. John P. Re)n- mlllei and family. They were ac- Miss June spend the comuanlert home by l?e|jii)il!Jcr vi'lio w!l| weekend with them. Cnrollije Wnrd of glalne, panic yesterday mowing lo spend a few days here with her aunt, Mrs, )}. Kclscy, and fujn'lly. The "'~ Oseeola Society ^-r Personal Ui)cys (Jjye Sicak Supper I week were Mr. and Mrs, fid L <*iln», Mrs. E. A. Teaford Am^ joroso Teaford, the Rev. Harold B. i Tillinan and M,- s . TiUman. Mrs J ;R iilliiian, Mrs, Rose Goldberg and Mrs. Mary Dean. | Nancy Tucker, Frances Conway ! Lurllne Wilson and Johnnie Hick- i moil will joh) employees of ' the Telephone Company in nils Mr. and Mrs.' IX s. Lancy ivcre couill v I? spend the weekend at Definitely 1940 is this to\vei-|ng topper of black velvet _ with a i)e\v drop cflcct at the bnck. Maubcussin iiees the dainty flllgree Jeweled of this winter iifteinoon frock's iiccklina, i Brown-Traynor Vows To Be Exchanged Tomorrow Of interest here is tlie innrringe of ijlss Jjessle"; Brown,.daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Lewis Brown of .Glasgow, .Scotland, and John J. Traynor Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J J Trajnor Sr of St Loins Which wil be solemnized nt the Church of the Immaculate Conception, at 0:30 o'clock tomorrow morning The Uev. J, J. Thompson, pastor of. the .Church .of the Immaculate Conception, will read the exchange of vows after svhich. Ills assistant, the Rev. Kraucis McDevitt, will say the nuptial mass. . Miss Brown wil! be given In marriage by John P. Lenti. Miss Mary Ixm Traynor, of St. Ixnijs. sister of the 'bridegroom, will be maid of honor and Miss .Capitols Whit- lyorth will be a bridesmaid. Roger Traynor, of St. fxuiis, will attend his brother as best man .and Leslie.Vincej, of paps Oirar- deau, •jylll be groomsman. Jerry Harwell end Kenneth Shcnniimin will be ushers. Mrs. Vjupcl and Dr. Fred Child yfiil sing the musical program. Miss Marguerite Edwards will be at the organ. A wedding breakfast at the Hotel Noble will follow the ceremony. • * > Honor Briile-Klcct At ShoH'er yesterday Miss Delia Fayc Sykes whose wedding to Frederick Corkr.in. of Little Reck, will tic solemnised tomorrow night In Little Rock, was honpred with a shower given yesterday alternoon at the home of Mis. Marcus Gaincn. Mrs. Gaines, Mrs. Lot;is Rail and Mrs. Harold Thompson were hostesses for the alTnir. Twenty-five guests were entertained in rooms decorated 1 -with garden flowers'. After games had ben played, Ihe guest of honor opened her gitls. A sandwich plate wilh Iced drinks was served. * i * To Cntcrlain for Guests. Mrs W B Williams will enl;r- lain with a party tomorrow afternoon at the Rustic Inn for her niec^ Miss Mary Hartmuth Alexander ot JacV-son, Tenn., who is ringe August 7, Miss Helen >IughtB. Pink roses in a crystal bowl pink and' rm'le the centerpiece of the lace! onped dining table, while otlici bouquets of rcscs and v.lrmlns weic airanged''about the cnleiialnlnt! i onuui. - '/>';, *, Games'"were played during the ofternpoJi.^Miss Jane, Mpdlin was fttst and-Mrs. \V. B,'Mayo, second winner In the games. The hostess served watermelons on (he liuvn niter the guest "oF hciior had opened her gifts. Mis. Shanks presented her sister with B set of sliver. Out of town sucsls nt the affair were; Mrs. Effie Gllsson, Mis W. C. Griffin, Miss Rill" Griffin apd Mrs. dene McWhlvlcr, all of Manila. Has "School Day" I'.irly Members of the Double. F:nr Bridge club were entertained al. a novel party yesterday when Mrs. M. T. Burr invited them 13 piny "schbol" nt her home. The school bell rung al 8 30 c'clpck ol which lime Mrs. Burr served an old Soulhcrn breakfast to her guesls. Dunns; Ihe morning session, Mrs. Raymoild Smith was high scorer in the bridge games, Al noon, lunch' was served In pajKr sacks similar to those carrier! (o who:I by sludenls. Sandwiches individual pies nnd poliilo chips wen: iimong the foods on the picnic menu. Mrs. Ivy W. Cniwtrrd was high sccrcr during the . afternoon fn keeping with the .school theme, the guests came in print, dresses nnd oxfords. Tallies for the games bore minalurc red sclr.olhome designs. * • » l).-uj?Mrr Is TVamcil The daiighler who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Crawford at the Blylhevillc hospital Sunday has been nnniefl Barbara Gall. Dr. Walls Hurries Dr. To Mother's Bedside J. M. Wall left Wednesday l)y (ri'iu for I'ayadcna, Calif brcalts-"! of the critical illness of his mother. Mrs. !.. W. Gilbert, who w;jr, strltkrn wilh n ruptured r Mrs. Ciilbeil made her home litre with Or. nnd Mrs. Wall lor a year unlil April of 19i3. \iiiting her here, and Mrs. Berry Rev. Boyd B BrooKs Jr. of Memphis, who T n r> is the houseguest of her mother, 10 DC I astof Mrs.- Allan Walton. The informal afjnlr will be from The Rev. Eoyd Eldvcd^e former 3:30 o'clock to five o'clock. pastor of the' Bay an>1 Pollavd ' ' Baptist churches, has accepted the Son-Born. . pastorate of (he local Second B<)p- A son was born lo Mr. and Mis. tisl church. He succeeds the Rev Bert Stewart of Boslon. Mass., P. H. Jernlgan. who resigned re- Aug 12 The baby, who weighed cenlly lo become pastor ot the seven and one half pounds, has, Manila Baptist, church, teen named Ralph Iverson steiv-i' The new paslor, who has made Stewart formerly lived bis home in L^chville. was graduated from the Ouactiita Baptist, college at Aikadelphia and latec attended the Baptist Bible Institute nit Mr. here. Shower Is Given For Mrs. Carroll Griffin. Mrs. George Shanks entertained 30 guests at a party and miscellaneous shower yesterday afternoon at her .home in honor of her sis- Carroll Orlftjn, recent Mrs. Griffin was bstore her mar- . ter, Mrs bride. at New Orleans. He and Mrs. Eldredje. Ihe former Miss Olive Hotlge of Leach- villc, are moving -,piay into the parsonage, which has been redecorated. Read Courier News.want-ads. Another 'Iron Lung' Wedding? will motor her tp Coilicrville, a'enii. Saturday to Joii) heir n)oi|)cr for - visit before returning horne. Mr. and tff's. Bcri'y p. Brpofcs Jr., nnd cinughter, Virginia Wai- ton, came Wednesday n'jgiit, for a visit wil)) Mrs! Brooks' njotiicr, Mrs. Allan Walton, ajid family. They came frojii Los Angles where Mrs. Brooks nhd Virginia Imd been living for the past eight months and where Mr. Brooks Joined thein several months ago. They plnn lo rclum to Memphis next week to make ilicir home. Mr. nml Mrs. S. C. Alexander nml daiigliler, Naomi, of Tallulah, La,, are visiting friends arid relatives In this city and also in Jones- lioro and LeaclivlHe. Mrs. pllfToi-tj Cnyitl and Mrs. W. Owen Blue siwnt today In Osceolu with Mrs. Sparcy Mear,s. Mr. aijd Mrs. Curl \yelch, formerly of here and'now of ffpnstoh, Tex., slopijod here this morning for a visit will) Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Gray and Mrs. j. H. Elkins nnd other friends. Mrs. Welch is the former Miss Mnnflc May Tiirijcr, an instructor ,ip the clly schoplri. Mrs. Ccy nobbrt^on and Miss Sup Browii of Union Ciiy, Term., hiive reliifnecl liciiie after Imyl'iiR speijl n few days this week' with Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilder Eskrldge and family. Mrs. Robertson,' Rfirs. EskrUlgc, Mrs. Jack Oils and Mrs. Thomas Esjtrldg'c snenl Wednesday In Memphis. ' . ' • . . Miss Capllola Wliltworlh nnd Miss Athanel Whitworlii have re- ttirnccl from Dycrsb'urg, Reelfoot Luke, Tenn., Big Spring!!. Mo., and oilier pnlnts of Missouri. -Tticy were away for five (lays. •Mrs. J. W. Sykes and Miss Delia r-ayc Sykbs went to Little iiouk today fcr the wedding ot Miss Sykes and Frederick Corkrim of LJtiie Roek which will be solemnized there (flmprrow night. Ml.ss Sykes' fntlier, J. W. Sykes, niptorccl them oer. He «•))! ijieet Mrs. Sykes Iii Memjiiiis Sunday when she will return hpnic. Mr. atitl Mrs. F. B. Joyncr and children left Wednesday for Okce- mn, Okla,, where they will visit relatives for several weeks. Marlon Gray, of Memphis, came Tuesday to spend his two weeks' vacallcn here wllli his parents, Mr. and.Mrs. C. M. Gray. Congressman E. O. Galhings, of Washinglon, D. C., niid Mr. Hardy of Marion, stopped here yesterday afternoon for. a brief .visit v-'tth Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Wilder Eskridsc. Mrs. Leslie, Keeper, Mrs. Jchn P. Lpnti. Mrs- Ci'inrjes Eubaiilcs and Miss Lois Hopper spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. W. A- Qrl.rmnell returned tin's morning frojn Terrc Haute, Tnd., and St. Lo'ni.s, where she sjicnl two week?, .giie inndc Die trip home by air fr:m St. Ixmis lo Memphis. hosts to the Twin-Six Bupp'cr UJuli and two extra gucsls for a barbecued steak supper In the bul-door living room and terrace of their home Tuesday night In sriocial compliment lp Mr. and Mrs. Pred Laney of Cntnden, Ark., who have been their guests foe Die past few days. Tall baskets of Plcardy gladioli and pink crepe myrtle were placed on the terrace and throughout the Laney home. After slipper the gucsls engaged In their choice of ladmlhton, phjg pong, croquet, or Jingo. Oiiesls vvere Miss Bula Moore lillard of Birmingham, Ala., who Is spendiiig Die summer wllli her sister ajid Bryan and Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Nine Kunro nlcrl.iini'il. T. N. Ijrlgance was hostess Marriage 01 Chicago's Fred Snite spurs marital hopes of 19-year- old Dorothy Dublin, lop, of Big Spring. lex., confined in iron Inug al El Paso Hospital. She had announced engagement lo Horace Garrctl. lower, when stricken wuh inlantile paralysis thvce werk? aeo I.uclty. < lull Mrs. lo her Lucky Nine Bunc.o chili ati.1 tourii guests, Mrs. V. W. Colcniiin. Mrs. Fred Vaughn, 'Mrs. Carl R^id and Miss Lillian Funderbnrk at her home Wednesday night. Tlie high score url7,c7 n bulb tcwf;l, went lo Mrs. Vaughn; Mrs. GJynn White, traveling bunco, K.lchcn pad; Mrs. Iloirf, low. a wliat-not shelf, and Miss Funderburg. bunco prize, s picture. The hostess served ice creim topped with cherries, cakes a:vl fruit, drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Tomrrilc Fray.lor are announcing the birth of a nine-pound son nt heir home In Cooler Wednesday night. The baby- has been named Tominle Jr. Mrs, Frazier Is the fprmcr Miss Vir Elnia Fowler of Ccotef. Mr. 'and 'MIS. Rub'an Chandler of Blytheville ave anuonncbig the arrival of a six pound baby 311-1 al their home Satnrday. The baby has been named Orris Anneass Mrs, Chandler |s the former Miss Ovella Young of Cooler. lievenue passengers on the d:- meslic airlines Increased approximately 23 per cent in 1938 over 1937. Lemonade is called squash" In England. • "J e m o n One of the reas:ns tor the kss of brakes is that sometimes Ihe battery acid eats through the hydraulic brake line. A coating o! the brake line with asphalt paiui. will prevent this happening. j mother, Mrs. Ji. C. Mrs. Mallie Dillanl, —v.,c-a-v,uy btach in I he Missouri Quarks. The outing is plmmcu anc sponsored by the Jonesboro district of the company. Dom-crn Wilson spent last weekend in Kcniiett, Mo., with relatives and was accompanied home by Ills grandmother, Mrs. J. A. King «>hc will remain for an extended visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emmett Wilson. Miss Louise Goodwin spent last week \yitl) i m - mother, Mrs, B. !• Goodwin in Tiigljcs. Mi', and Mrs. J. c. Dlckson of Chcnslmv, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. of Memphis were of Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Jerome Kennedy, houseguest of Miss Dillanl. f * * Mr. arid Mrs. Waller Cox Hosts Five tables of Ihe Osccolfl-Lnx- cra-BlyJhcYllle Bridge Club were fiiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox Tuesday night, A variety of siitn- mor flowers decorated the Cox home. There were no extra giicsls. A luncheon set and tie rack went lo Mrs. jj. W. Wallers and W. C. Mason for highest score among Ihe men and 'women. Mrs. U. C. Bryan was efvcn a double deck of cards for consolation prl^.e. * » * Mrs. I.anier Honored Mrs. I). 13. Lanler, who Is moving lo Slkeston, Mo., to mnkc her future home, was complimented wil-h a bridge party in the home of Mrs.' W. B. Colbert Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. Fred Taylor, Jr., was awarded toilet water for highest. score. Mrs. Lanler WHS presented silk lingerie. Mrs. Tom Holloway of Memphis, guest of Mrs. Harold F. OJilendorf, was an out-of-town Amour the Sick Jerry Blackwood Driver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jcllie Driver, has been sick for several days this week bul is iiuich improved. W. H. (Bat) Frazier of tile Lillle Itiver community, who suil'ercd licnl stroke while supervising work on hl« place Monday, is Improved. Jnckle SilverfieM has ueen kept in bed this week from an attack ot lonsilitis. Mrs. A. F. Olascoe, who was operator! upon al the Baptist hospital U'o weks ago, was able lo rc- • urn home Tuesday. Mrs. E. M, JaiTe, who underwent an appendectomy at tlie '.Mctliod- i|?t hospital ten days ii'go was iroughl lio'ine Wednesday.' ' Mrs. Plilllip George of Luxora has been iii be.,-) this week from complications ersulling from extraction of a tooth. Silencer Semmcs of El Paso, Tex. arrived Monday for n visit with his aiqlher, Mrs. Lulu Kogers, and two sisters, Mrs. w. J. Sheridan, and .Mrs. Joe Alexander of Blytheville Mr. Semmre formerly lived in this county. , Mrs. David Lee and son, Bruce Ivy, Jr., left Wednesday for Sat Ahlonio, Tex., for n visit with her brothel-, Robert Murphy. Froiv Jierc they plan to go on to Mexico Cfi,y for n vacation returning about .Sept. first, Mrs. W. P- Sherrill of Lake Vil- Jage Is here for a visil with the family of her sister, Mrs. F. E. tompkius. Mrs. Shcrill Is a member .of the high school faculty at Lake Village. . .Mrs. O. W. Knight is expected home tlie last of the week from Ppntoloc, Miss., where she has been visiling her mother, Kirs. T. A. Donaldson, * + t Dr. L. D. Massey and Mrs. Massey left yesterday for Clayton. Ga, to accompany their daughter. Charline Mnssey. home from Came Dixie where she has spent the summer. They will return next week. Mr. and Mrs. Dwighl H. Black woo:! and their ncpbcw. Charles Blackwccid. arc expected home today from a months vacation in the Wesl. They spent some time In LOS Angeles, visited the San Fran Cisco World Fair, Yelowstone Na tipiinl Park and other points of Interest. Their soil. D. II. niackwoocl. Jr., will remain hi Los Angeles for a Monger period of tlmn. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Harwarg have gdne to the si. I/mis markets They will he awny about, a week. Mrs. H. S. Orr of Memphis i. expected to arrive today for a visi with Mrs. C. A. Davis. Mrs. Davis atld Mrs. Willinm Crilifletd wil entertain willra bridge party the BlylheviJle Country club Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs Orr. Sirs. W. C. Mason and daughter. Emily Mnson. nnd Mvs. H, L Shannon spent Wednesday in Mem' <;: "'"' " aud Mrs. J. B Mason remained Payne Diukson weekend guests Wayne Dlckson. Mrs. Nell Kent, chief operator at the Hell Telephone Company, is spending her vacation in Hot Springs. Ralph Wilson was a guest al the house party given in Mnrion lust weekend by Miss Ann SlngleteiTy. Among those' who attended the Dell Miss Christina Doyle, home ec- Jiiomica teacher ot Die Dell high school, relumed to Dell Sunday. f>J>e has spent Hie Biimmcr with her parents nt Pangliurn, Ark. She w be In Dell three weeks, then will go to Conway for a week before the opening of school Miss Geneva Tarpley has returned to her home at Union Hill, Ark., aner spending a molull witll )ler sister, Mrs. Gco. L. McGehev J H. Mullens and family have returned from a two weeks' vacation spent in Conway and Northwest Arkansas, The Hcv. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley. of Joiner, Noble Gill visited Mr. and Mrs, and Die Rev. Gco L. LVtcGeliey and family Tuesday James Tidwell, Kaymond koh- ler, Dallas Brownlce, Cecil • Met- cnlf, Chnrles Armstrong, and H. fi. Craivfoid left Thursday inoni- ing for New York where they will visit the World's Pair. They will also visit at Niagara Falls Washington. D. c., and points of Canada before they return in two weeks. Noble Gill and Earl Magers went (o Lcpantp Wednesday night to attend a Compress meeting. J. H. McGehcy of Smlthville, Ark., visited his son, the Rev. Geo. McGchey Thursday and Friday. Miss Nancy Stevenson of June- Farm Bureau picnic held nl Walker I Park In lllylhcvillc Tuesday were _„.,.,„„ „, „,„„._ Pat Moseley, Malcolm Cagle, James Han City, Ark., is visiting her sis- Kcnnemore, E<hm Mae Shellon, ler, Mrs'. Noble Gill, this week Charles Osborn, Hirllne Wilson, T. J. Carter, agriculture teacher Mela Vec Tate and Roland Aud- of Dell high school for the coin- jfije year, is spending this'week in Cartel-, Helen Camp Coiiclidalc in P. >. A. cn- ers. Mrs. Catherine jib.son and Chrisline Gibson spent everal days vacation at Natchez Trace Park, Lexington, Tenn., and vlth relatives in Jackson, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Jones nnd amily of Memphis sjienl today with his sister, Mrs. m Carson Lake. phis with Mr. Strickling. Miss in Memphis until Saturday. Among the Tuesday and Memphis Wednesday visitors of '4)1 Ed Pitlmah Dr. M. L Skallet- ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS NEW CLINIC ON THE 2|i(} Floor of TUs lst..Nat'l. Bfiuk Bjdg. Going 1 (n the Jlovics on a FREE TICKET! Trade here am) gel free tickets to either Ritz or Roxy Theatres at our expense. K.I« in Trade- -Adult ?S In Trade — Junior Tlckev RITE.PRICE STORES ID E. Maiu 320 W. 'Main Al The Hospitali Illytlicville hospital Mrs. Carl Anderson and baby, ~ity, admitted. Mrs. I. Rosenthal, city, admitted. Mrs. Ruby liolbrook, city, dis- uls-wd. Mrs. Lena Sample, Hayti, clis- nlssctl. Mrs. L. J. Walpole, Carutlicrs- ville. dismissed. J. M. Van Winkle, city, dismissed. Mrs. R. N. chandler and baby, city, dismissed. Willis hospital James Summers, Holland, admitted. Fay Mllchcrson, Tomato, dismissed. D. Lario, cily, dismissed. Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs. H. W. Cain, Carulhersville, admitted. Mrmphi^s St. Jiiscph's Ilosriilal Mrs. Fitilcy Tn'lley; Lepantb, admitted.-- E. M. Woodsrd made a business trip to Memphis Tuesday of thi? week. H, A. McDer'motl and family we moving into one of Freeman:* new apartment houses. Mr. McDermott is bookkeeper for the Deli Compress Compfiny. Pcmiscot Girl Wins Missouri 4-H Honor CARUTHEfiSVILf JI, Mo., Aug. 18. —Miss Marion Raiiklii, daughle'r of Air. and Mrs. Nelson Rankln, farmers living soulli of Ilayll, was awarded the first prize in die clolhlng record ccntest held at Uie 4-H club roundup at Columbia. This was Ihe first time this prize has ever been awarded. As her |>rize, she was given a sewing machine. Miss Rankln has been active in 4-H club work since 1935, and •U Ihe recent annual Pcmiscot O:nnty achievement day prograii) at Steele, she won several blue ribbons. Courier want ads. Ants all around the Garbage Can? Here's how to scl rid ol Ihero. Kirsl, ke*>u gar- l>a«c pail tishlly li.ldol al all li:ups. Second, tcl a can of Bee Brain! InKCt PowUcr, Snn'nklr It liberally Ufiderandaroundthccarjontheground or floor. Iluild powdor barrlurs ar they STC foanrt, and und ant hcJ.cs (ho . , o part tht arita travel to and from the garbage can. As an(a crawl through such barriers, they will luck up cnoutb kiljins liar- _^ mi fL^' ticlFB lo kill Ihtm. Hcpc'at ihi-so ** powuVr Irealrocjjl, at regular In- tw»a!s— and you'll iom to rid of ants. !!« Brand really kills »nU, rpadua »nd oilier crawllnj; in- sttlsquick— j-ttif«.?ji(!rrJ>-«i>'r! lo use around the houM. Insist on tficRonuipe (Jpcltranfi Insect 1 owcler— i» ihc red and yellow can. It's no!,! with n Euaranlee ol rajufcctioit or your inontv back. ii'ftt as fics and moviuiloti. - ic'ilK iite nd Inirel Sprav. Head dirctliaiit au ran. Bobby .111 i tied. jpliis Baptijil hospifnl Mnrr's, CarutlicrsviUe, atl- Young icebergs are called calves; they arc the offspring of the parent glacier. EXPERT ELECTRIC WIRING BEAUTIFUL I.J.NE OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Klrctrlc Ranges ami Water Healers WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP J10 So. 2nd I'honc .118 Net taxes aincmuing to $'/G6,- 853,000 Here collected by the tales on 19,610,000,000 gallons of gasoline sold during IMS. Adralsslon always 10« & Z8r Kii.-Sat.-Sun. Friday - Saturday Also urday. r.irtoun ft serial "Hawk .of Conlinuoiis show Sat- Sunday-Monday Coolest Spot in Town Watcb Society Pajje Of Courier New* F«r Free Show Gnetfi S § S 5 5 ' ? S FRIDAY, AUG. 18 175 GOOD REASONS Why You Should A 11 g in (J Matinee or Nighl S S $ $ . § > A girl In every om—ond a men ev«ry mind) Also "Odd Occupations" and Maroh i)f Time" Admission Matinee Ipc A- 2(}c Niglit I6e * Wf FIRST ANNIVERSARY Ic-SPECIALP-lG SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AUGUST 19TH, 2QTH llnuili cacji cnslomcr who has helped us establish one ijf flic most modern, confcclinnprics in S. V.. Missouri. In appr<!.ciiition \ve •ire offering these I'irsi Anniversary BUY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AND GET ANOTHER FOR ONLY lc HANANA SPLITS mixed flavors I.AKGK J,E»?()NA[)K. f.lftiKADH, ADK, with sherhel l.A RGK GKAI'E JUICK - - i§ c 2 for Hie ORANGK- 15c 2 for 5Gc jnc2rnr1]c ' Doiihlc iMAM'KI) Mli.K with ice rveaiu'lOc 2 for lie ICR CKKAM SUNDAKS all flavor - 1IJc 2 for lie filANT ICJ5 CRfOAJI SODAS - - J0c2forilc I,AIU;K I.IMKADK, I,KMDNA»R, OHAN'GK- AI)K ....... 10c 2 for Uc PHOSPHATES any flavor - - - - 5c 2 for 'Jc RIANT UQOT HEER . . . . 5c 2 for <ic FOUNTAIN COCA-COLAS - - - 5c 2 for Kc GKAI'E JUICE - - - - - 5c 2 for (ic REMEMBER! We Serve the Iksl In Steaks, Sandwiches, Chicken Dinners and Cold Plate Lunches. We Make Our Own ICE CREAM Pure and Wholesome Of The Highest Quality Mix arid Fruits Pints lOc Quarts 20c Koury s Confectionery AIR CONDITIONED Highway 61 at Stop Light STEELE, MISSOURI Alsu r:irlot>n ».t serial "Orcg^i Trail." Continuous sjtow. Admission' till 5:03 p.m. !0c A* 2tjc. '^nilsstcn after 5 p.m. 16c-& 31c Sunday - Monday Also I'aramounl Neij-.<; & Comedy Conjinuous show Sunday. Atlni. Siiri. Mat". &'Nt;ht l$c <: Me Arlints. Monday MaliiicC LOc &. 2<io Admission Monday Night 16o & S6c

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