The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1939
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PAGE TWO , (AKK.) PQyRTKR. y 7JCKKT This Ticket \yill Actyiit Mrs John Bouriind A coinpan- ion, BMhtnllle —<0 ' Ult— RITZ THEATER i^-to set— "GOODBVE MR. CHII'S" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calenda . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. diaries Langstou having ADC Bridge club. Ucnin and Counts} club meeting uth Mrs J W Parker Little Theater meeting 7:30 o'clock In municipal court room cf uity hall, THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. G. Shibley entertaining I'rospcrflj club, 2 30 o clock. Altar society, Church cf Ihe Immaculate .Conception, spchsofiiig bingo party,'eight o'clock, nt Cath- chc Hall Miss Virginia Martin; ol Dell, entertaining her bridge club. FRIDAYS EVLIT1S Bljtheville Osceola Huffman chapters of Order of Eastern Star having joint picnic at Walker Park, three o'clock. Miss Sjkes Weds In Lstfle Reck Salurda) Miss Delia Faye .Sykes became the bride of Frederick Corkion, ,of Little Hock, in a ceiemony performed Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock in the hcme of Mr. ami Mrs. John Corkrun of Little Rock. The Rev John W Kilburn performed the ceremony ill the presence of a feu friends fain Litlle Rock and members of Die .two families Mrs J W S>kes was the only* Blytheville guest present. Gladioli and bachelor buttons provided the floral background for the service The bride ^ore a navy dre^ \vitli black patent accessories. Her-corsage y,as ci gardenias as was that of her.- attendant, Mrs. John Corkran The Inttei sypre a light b.ltie "ensemble designed with b-lero jacket Her accessones \verp in white. Jchn Corkran nttenden his .brother as -best niun. Mr and Mrs Corkran >ul) make their home in Little Hock at )511!i Roc* street Bits of Mostly Pejripntlf •"Au 'voir. fair ladv, sweet dreams—an' much oblige for the lemonade." China." imjl Miss Allen, "Japan of Today." " " ' ."."' Miss Mnrjorie Varncr siihg "Ojiali My Eyes That I May See." She v.'ns accompanied en th'c piiino by Mrs. Murray Smart. The group was'dis- missed with meclll.-iticns read by the three women who participated on the program. Discuss lielter Books "Belter Books" ' was the l:plc discussed .al the general meeting cf the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon lolUwing circle 'meetings nt the clnirch. - " . . The program, which was planned by Mrs. Ro.v WaHon, was presented by Mrs. G. W. plllahnnty and Miss Elizabeth McLean. Mrs. Dillahiinly gave introcluciiciis to various book Entertains C'lfib In Horn r: of Uoiise^iicst Mrs O A Cunningham enter-) from which excerpts were rend by tamed members cf the Wednesday Miss McLean. Bridge; club nnd two guesti. Mrs.' Refreshments were served by C W ^Affflck"' and Mrs Elton W. mt ™°ers or Circle One during the Kirbv with a bridge luncheon soclal hcmr w%!> foMowcil. j, , \esterday inornni£ hi compliment• -, \\ *'."'. ' to her iKuseguest Mrs W. ''J\,'.JUj|<c Sin?! Group Aleck MorrcS" : I Thirteen'*members of the Wo- Mrs Morrow, a sister of Mrs. man's Missionary society 'of the Cunningham, returned to her home Lake Street Methodist church met in P.rt Worth Te\ t day after yesterday afternoon at the church having visited here for a week. lor a Bible lesson. The/guests began playinj bridge Mrs. O. J. Rodger*, who read at 10:30 o'clock.Mrs. W. J. Pollard the scripture from' the 12th chap- was high scorer and Mrs. James H. ler of Romans, also gave the I3)blp Bell, second high. iesson on the life of Michael." Slic Lunch was served al the dining led liie group In prayer. rcom table which had a centerpiece Mrs. W. L. Green presided cf marigolds. Oilier bouquets of I he brief business sessroiv The marigolds and gladioli were used group was dismissed with prn'ycr throughout the hciise. \by Mrs. George Sliamlin ' • - * • « ] ..»'•• .iu.vilmry Has Ne<v Member j 'V. ft!. S. Circles Meet Virginia Williams became a man- j A Bible study from (he book, her of the BrooVs Juni r Girl's I "The Prophets of Israel", was pre- AUA-tliary of the First Baptist I sealed nt the meetings of Circles church which met yesterday at the Two, Three, and Four of the Woman's Missionary society, First Methodist, church, yesterday nftcr- .Becomes Bride Dr. and Mrs. I. it. Johnsai will leave tomorrow morning fcr points of f'JcrMa ami Cuba, They plan lo ii way l;vo weeks. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1939 Down Memory Lane Mrs. Raymond Johnson, abrve, j w Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Atkinson left yesterday for New York city where they jyi]] j'Jslt Ihp World's F;ilr, During (lie two .weeks they are ««-ay, they will also visit In Canada and ieycwl of (ho pasicru slates. .'• ' ':' . The cciidillon of Mrs. T. j. Malian, whose |ilp was" fractured several wcpks ago, Is very good. '•* iNIrji, Jchtl Miles 'Miller, Mrs." Mnr- vin Robinson," 'files. Pa'rfijjj'qrOi Black and "Miss tfiitl; Butt wen't'lq St. Louis yesterday.' Mrs. Black aiid MKs Bull will be the "giicsls "pf llieir sister, Mrs. W- M. Kofiihspii, and family. They, witii th'e' cxccp- tlcn .of Miss Butt who will rc'ma'iri for n Iciificr ' vfiil, ' lilan' Ip 'return tomorrow. Mrs, .lulla B, Hyde, of St. Louis, •returned hpine yesterdiiy .afte; having spent a fc\y days here with Kfr. and Mrs. Roy- Wnllo'u, She is a sister of Mrs. Walton.' ' Mrs. B. P. Kjger retnrneti yesterday from Memphis tlvhe're ' she hncl been with Mrv'Kigcr wh(i Is in tlie Baptist -hospital t)iprc. Although Mr. Klgc'r is Improving, "hV 'will lirabab'ly 'be lii" 'the hospital for another week. Mrs. Kige'r will rc- *!"••• to Memphis' toinon-pyi'. Mrs. J. \V.' 'Sykes' lias returned from Little Rock wliei e she went /pi- the wedding of Miss Delia F^iyc Sykes mid Frederick : "Gorki an,-' of Little Rock, which was solemnized Saturday night. While there, she r.-iis the Riiesl of Mrs. Mary'-'Har- ?ro\-c, formerly of here. 1 Mrs. Bill Crews ' and children, Shirley Ann and Carolyn, and Mrs. Ethel Johnson) returned home after having been Ihp guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson and family and olhci relatives of kelscr for the past week. • Miss Geratdinc Gaines returned Sunday from a three weeks' vaca> tion spent In Ripley', Tenn., where she visited relatives. - Mrs. W. H. Glover has returiyed from five weeks' visit In Lonoke ns the guest of her brother, G. W. Jones, and in Little Rock as • the giiest of Mr. Glover's brother, B. M. Glover, "and family. Mrs. R. J. 'Gillcspic, of Luxora, is spending a few days here ns the JEiicst'of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burke. ,.;Miss r Frqdia .Wilson and ' Mlsi Mable Wlison returned to their home at Mnrle foday after -haying spent tlie past v two weeks here with Mi-s. Starlyn Young, 'and 'family, ' ' , JO years Ago Fred Copeland, who al one lime appeared to have a bright fuliire In Die squared ring before his decision to ljulV the racket many months ago, will attempt a coirie- tock when 'the plyliie'vlllo fealher- wcislil tackles Benny Brummitl, Memphis yoillli In a six round jnatrl) at IJaley nclrl lonlght. Plans for .(lie construction in Newport of a'lOO-room hotel have lioeii announced .by E. 11. Noblo of this city, proprietor'• of the hotels that beai- 1)1$ name .Jje/'e and at JoDcsboro, p?zell S. 'Bi-aiispii Is the archjtect. ' Fiye 1'pars Agp I're.jldf))). .Roosevelt sped .Across the mlddjo west nhnpst'liniioticed today lo pay Wbuti for (lie imtioti' al Dip bjcf Q! Henry 'i'.' rialnej, di'iiu ai)d speaker of,_l))p House of liorjiesentaliyes. - ' | Mrs. Enjei't Rop and daughters are guests'of Mrs. K.' ]}. Woodsen ( Tourist Sheik Learns About U.S. From Comedians, Beauties for several days Moss Drynn' of New yprk.CHy has arrived to spend two months vacation . . , The Key. and Mrs. B. E. L. Hearden of Ai'kadelphia', are .spending Ihe week-end vyitli Mrs, J. O. Sudbury. Mr. Beardcn was formerly pastor of thi " church here. Oi)e Year 4go New York:' "George" Wrlnbcrg, former racketeer,who'tiirncd stale's evidence, today ncpused James J. Hints, Tammany distrjct leader, of First Methodist A'ow Frank doesn't discriminate among the customers and when he saw the Sheik coming, pulled cut every item In his bag nt tricks. He wrapped a. tablecloth around the Sheik's head to mako his ensemble complete' and was "a drcll nuisance for a few minutes. Uninitiated into these antics, Ihe Sheik's wrath rose slowly bul surely. He unsheathed his" dagger nnd was about to take reprisals against the lianlcts comedian. Bul aides in his party calmed him ilrwn and explained, to the lie;t of tlicir talents, that this was one . i.u,se crime American Jokes. No LUC was more delighted than (lie Slieik v.'hen he heard (lie apcio- petjc explanation and he was the loudosl"(o ajjplaud "for" Libuse all tilfihl. Promised Land' with' Mrs. ma Wells. Steele-Gooter :iety—Personal clnirch The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs". J. J, Ewing,' ccun-jnoon. seller, after which Frances Shouse' Mrs. Marcus Evrard nnd Mrs. Sa\c the pcrs nal sen Ice report. Margaret Flanagan were hostesses j Mary • Louise Reeves, program chairman, then took charge and she and 'Mrs. Ecviiig read letters frcm China rlie closing prayer was .offered by Frances Slidsise. * » t Eiplcy Is Scene i,f : C'hipman Kites Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chipman of Ripley; Tenn., announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mamie . Chipman, to Claud Sanders, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders. The ceremons' was solemnized at the hcme of the bride's sister, Miss Nora Chipman al Kcunelt'. MO..J Wednesday night Ati°ii r l 9, The Rev. -R. J. West, pastor cf the Kennett Baptist church, read the service. The bride wore a navy blue dress with ' accessories Guests were Miss Mable Chipman of Ripley, Miss Nora Chipman. Missflelen p;wning and Miss Gcr- aldine Downing, all of Kemictl. Heari Oriental Program Mrs." to the Wi here yesterday for a ijri.ef visit .with his mother after'having taken Mrs. Trotter and children to Camp- liell. Mo., fpr n visit witlj rplatlves. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel'P. Norrls and Mr, nnd ills. .Charles Eu- baiiks were In Memphis last night for dinner and dancing pi) (he Plantation roof of the Hold Pea- uody where Harry Owens and his Ftoyal Itnwalinns arc'playing a twp weeks engagement. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. fjarnctt and '''' " ' "' ' ' lit Sniping Kate .Chandler \\-as taken jyj r . and'Mrs. George Hf. Lee wen Vails hospital in iJlyliievltle to Big Springs, Mo., fp'r a campini Sunday night for tre.ilmeul, Her (., „, [ n thc B nnle ' tt 'trailer conriilion lias been critical for sev- Uj C I)as (. weekend. day;. She has l>cen at the 'Bobby Polls, of Cooler. Ark., re- , - , oMier daughter, Mrs. Alpha turned home loday after having to nine members of Circle Two | Chandler. Her son. Dee Chandler visited Mr, and Mrs lye'rson Marat their home. Mrs. Leo Armstrong ol n " lv< "' nnl ° •"•'•'"•*•" t»=> ni»i>i --•__-.-,' .-. •„ •••...-, •• sve the dcvolional and Mrs^ Rolijli Scrjyiuan, the Dlble study. Sixteen members of Circle Three met with Mrs. Jodie Nabers. Ihe devotional was given by Mrs. W. A. Slickmon and Ihe Hiblc study :y Mrs. W. T. Obcrst, Mrs. Arthur Hale gave the dcvo- licnal at thc meeting of Circle 'sr, nnrl of jlcnver, Colo., arrived last night r i s mid'MI'S. L M. Burncltc' .0 Be with her and her oilier olill-,' Mr. and Mrs Horace Wa ! »>. drcii. who have been with her the field, of Memphis, arc spcndin" past week are her daughters, Mrs. t| lc lr viicalion here 'wjlh - friends Alpha phnndlcr. Mrs. I. G. Uriiicc anc j relatives nnd Mrs. Bruice of Reiser. Ark. ' Mrs. C. W. Afflick mid daut-h- Mrs. nu!>y Lowcry and Mrs. Sam tcr,' Miss Mary Jeanne" Afriick. Qodwn and Mr. Godivin of my- have returned from" a "trip through and lirr son. Dan Cliand- 'i] lc Ncw p,, B i a nd States "and Can- , , Mrs. Chandler of Wardcll. nt j a . They were jplnc'd"in ' New Four at the home of Mrs. Elton Mrs. Denvood Darger ami daugli- York City by Mrs. Affiick's'mother W, Klrby. The Bible study ivus j 'cr hnve returned alter .six weeks p,f rs 7 H (i| C mmons of Charlotte presented by Mrs. L. E. Old, j^'t i" Chicago will, their mother j,. c ..'who accompanied "t'liem on Reports Attendance Increase At Revival Five hundred people nttcnrteci the :vnngelistic services lost night at Ihe A. D. Muse tent at the corner of Seventh and Main streets, the Rev, Mr. Muse, of Memphis, sixid l .ociay when he announced plans .r,r tonight's service. "Repenleiice" the announced subject for last night, which was changed to fit in "with the musical 1>«Hnro<>rnm, will be used by the Rev. eanne Miss Bormic mans Mi^onar, Unin of the First BapUst church jesterday afternoDB , OIlc Vatner will cscnl at the chum, r r y eight members ! musica j num ,, cra , , uere present f.r the Royal Service! Thc blind ml , sWalJ| ArtUur Bar . program. states, Ca))c Cod. Quebec, P. I. Clark spent lust weekend Ningara Falls. In Neiv York grandmother. MR. Jtecl Rob- , hc ,,,„ through the New Enghnd and they at l j ai-jj!ould, Arlc., wKli his bro- were Ihe guests of Miss Mn'ry Sat- thcr, George Clark and family. He tcrfieJrf who has visited thc Adlicks was accompanied there by M. A. I"TI>.. and they also stopped in Kellet Jr. nho visited his' parents. Wlnona. Lake. Ind., before rcturn- one half pounrt son infr honic. receiving a week froni the dollar policy machine Currently the apple of a Sheik's eye is Mary Dowel, statuesque Broadway showgirl. Visiting Mohamcd Bin i™ Al Khalif pi Bahrein tmset' paid lavish tribnlc lo her beauty. BV GEORGE KOSS Die American girl YORK.-Touring Malmfa-j What's more, lie has lavished of Dutch Schii'ltz 'for political pro- - 1ahs , ar , e » dime a dozen around upon at least two of ._.,__. • .. t . , , '. Mantinllnn -iiul rirtHioT>»H«ir ..,,».: __ __.i..- ._ ; :.. lection. Manhattan blase generally are quite indiit'erent lo I the presence of belurbancd nnd j beiobed caliphs. j So all the more credll to a rc- I cent potentate from the exotic East for having halted traffic on _ | the streets,' for having shaken the • ' j.;» ...... • ..•- •--...• .':•"• '.. • - , guests al night club? put of sum- Tcst your knowledge of corrccl mertime lethargy, and for liav- social usage by answering the fol- ' n £ provided the cohimnistic " "- J - -"- — -- - • •• '-• " ..f,*, rub: i them those ^"^111 mu^t. Your Manners questions, then " checkin; aeainsl thc anthcrltative answer. below: fiends with copy. He is tile Sheik Mohamcd Bin Isn Al Khalif of Bahrein who dropped in" here to 1. In eating break, should yen ' cclt around at our quaint West- MCHk off a piece big enough for crn wn J' s an . (1 to 5 P C what ' this just one bite or f:r several? nocturnal whirligig is all "about. 2. Do you ask people to come to dinner or for dinner? 3. What docs An gratin on a menu mean? 4. What does Au fromage mean? 5. What does Prix fixe mean! • Wlint would yon do if— You are selecting a suitable wine [or lunch. Would you serve- la) Sherry? , (b) Sauternc? (O A light Claret? c Answers 1. For several. 2. To dinner. 3. With bread crumbs. .4.; With cheese. 5. F;ixcd pi Ice. Bcst""Wlmt W;uld You.i:"'.so-' .utlon—Any of the three is a good choice.. 'the Sheik does not compromise sarloriully the country in Church Groups Attend Gibson Bnyou Camp P-TEELK. Mo. —The Woman's Missionary New Madrid Asso'cin- lion' is "sponsoring n five dny (in- :a_'mrmcnt for thc Girls Auxiliniy .iiid Uoynl Ambassadors, which I"- "liiiics tov'K antl Rirls from Ihe ages of 5) lo 16. id Ihe Gibson Bnyou park, three miles Wfst of Slecle which oprncd yesterday afternoot: When EC- girls, members of the -iris group, enrolled nnd work started immediately. Twenty more lirls arc expected today. There are twenty helpers which includes members of the Missionary Society of the Baptist church. Mrs, Clwrles Dorroh of Caruthersville, president of the association.' is in charge of thc meeting and she is assisted by Mrs. L. E. Coop- er.of Cooler, Mrs. J. W. Cunningham and Mrs. Sims Micliie cf eteblc; Mrs. Pete Robertson. Mrs. ,J. L. Jomcs and Mrs. Mjcplanna- haii of ,Carut|icr§Yi|ic,'Mrs. W. M. Huijman of Hayti ami" Mrs. Cp-n- sp'a'tz of Portagc'yillc and many pthcr? from various places! Rev. p'.' K. JFostcr of Cariithcrsvilli: is camp minister. Pour large tents, have besn erected for sleeping quarters and cacli girl brought her own cot. Each meal is prepared by different societies throughout the nssocia- Ifqii. Among tliosc win enrolled ycslcrdny «prc several from Lil- boiirn, Cariithcrsvillc, P.nyll Por- tBS'evllle, .Stcele .and Cooler. which lie is an honored transient, ite gels" around, swathed in whiit an uncouth New Yorker' would i iesard as bed sheeting, which contrasts starkly against his handsome and swarthy fkt\\. He wears bejewelled moccasins and on iiis person arc bright, headlamps and tail lights of sparkling gems, not to speak cf a sharply ho'ncd dag- ;er. No wonder the iicdcstriaiis pause in their tracks to have a look at hini. FALLS FOB NICflT CLUB HEAUTV i 111? cscursiops into the night life of the mclropolis have been un- wearying. Having heard from col- leaguesllhal the cabarets contain femininity'that vies with the most fastidious potentate's harem, he checked up on such a wild rumor and found it to be perfectly true. Tlie Sheik has expressed himself enthusiastically on (he beauty of bies which visiting Maharajahs customarily beslow upon beautiful womei). 'Die rrcirienl, of such a gift was Mary Dowe!, otherwise ' , known as "Stutterin 1 S and, At The hospital* lilythedllc Hospital Vcrlin Chapmen, Stecle, admitted. W. W. Graves, Steele, admitted. Coi|ytliy Jean llit\inson, cay, admitted. Paul Nckes, city, admitted. Wpodi-cw Maynard, city, adinitted. J. 13. Finklea, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Mrs. Robert Hast, Millington, Tenn., admitted. C, c. Fisher, Puscola, Mo., dls- inissed. Grace Warren, cily. dismissed. Miss Huth Liiidsey, icily, dis- miKsed. Memphis St. Jc^cph's Hospilal Mrs. Ixnvell Morrow, Cnruthers- vill.e, admitted. Memphis Mellipilist Hospital Narvel Tohill, ilayti, admitted. Memphis ItapUst Hospital E. C. James, Carulhcrsvlile, ad- mitled. Miss Ada IAC Oarrctt, Hayti, admitted. .n Bern to Mr. !\n<J Mrs. J. A. Hopkc, ... . ,___.. ...... _..„, U11U| . . . ty and large, the inost . beautiful i Carutiicrsvtlle, a daughter. and tallesl showgirl in town. "Elntlrri!!' Sain." to show gratitude, sent around lo Sheik's apartment n gin oinl •I- her • the i she had previously saved up for nn- c'thcr lioy friend. It was one of lljose. portable radios tliat require no hookups or nerlnls. The Sheik never had seen one and so delighted was he with the present liiat lie still u'cars it along wliere- eyer he goes and tunes in. Cheap, he thinks, for a" paltry ruby] GIVEN THE WORKS Y A COMEDIAN The Sheik Mohammed is unfamiliar with our brash, violent, western ways, but he gradually is getting used lo lliein. The other evening, he sauntered into the Diamond Horseshoe where a ccmic named Frank Li- tuse impersonates a hendjvaiter and torments the. guests, 1 by'spill- ing soup down (heir spines, upsetting the table and insulting them. Salve. NOEC Drop? MALARIA in 7 djiysauJ relieves COLDS syriL|ili>nis first day Try VHuli-My-Tisnr'-ii \VoniIiirfiil Liniiiltni Brighten up the Campus was Ijoiii lo Mr. and Mis. Moody Cliiimiin'i of near Stcele at tiie ____ _. _ ....... _._ home cf Airs. Chipman's parcnLs. Jr. returned last night from a 16 Mr. a T id Mrs. J. L. Moore of Steele, days' (rip through the West. They Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr.. nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .Smart Sunday. Mrs. former Virginia Moore. is the. .went ml (o C.-.iifornia by SI. ' Louis. To|Mka. Salt Lake City am! ber of Memphis, played two nnin- Tressle Alien dressed in ccstumcs nat«c to the three countries, Palestine, China and Japan, each dis- cnsse<i Ihe topic of making Sfaciples In the counUy »hldi she repre-t Miss " lr . Ltlttne Jackie Richardson and tented In addition, Mrs "SUckmon Geirge Sharp will spsnd UK next dlscus-ed "Die W,rlt in Palestine/'. two weeks with their i Wnlk. . - - - their uncle, Mr "The fii-nriitlnn'. vO'-Smithers. of Turre]l, Mrs. Cecil Knrls nnd datightcrs. points cf Nevada. In California they of Csccola. /Uk.. arc siieiiding this attended thc Fair at San Francisco week here with thc former's par- and toured through Beverly Hills, onts, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver. Hclly«ood and Pasadena. En route F. C. Huey of Doniphan arrived licnie. they stopped nt the Grand yesterday for a visit wllh Ills Canyon, and went through the grandmother, Mrs. Leora Hticy. parte at Denver and Colorado City, H. L. Casey want to Bells, Tenn., and visited at H Paso. Tex., fhd o\'er the weekend and got Mrs. Carlsbad Caverns, Jimrcz in' Old Casey wlio had Epcnl thc pasf few Mexico. Fort Wctth. Dallas and days there with relatives and also Little Rock. at Trenton. They went lo Crockett Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jnggcrs. Mills Sunday and spent (he day Miss Margaret. Williams and Spnn- Hayo sou noticed that in hot weather your digestion and elimtna- tlon seem to become torpid or lazy? Your' food sours, forms gas, causes belching, heartburn, and .1 feeling of restlessness and irritability. Your tongue, may bo coated, your complexion ' bilious, and ' your bo*el action sluggish pr 'insufficient. ' .IJiese'nre Ebnie of the symptoms of biliousness or so-called "Torpid Liver,'-'.so prevalent in hot climates They ca!| for' calomel, or better still, with Mr. Casey's parents, Mr. and ccr Alexander relumed Sunday Pnto'tabs' the nau"sea~IC5S*"c"a!omc'i Mrs. R. E. Casey. night from New York City where <*i>pound tablets that make "calo : - mrt-takiug'B pleasure. Culotabs give you the cflccts of calomel nud salU combined, helping Nature to expel'the sour, stagnant bile .and washing' it out of the Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brlgancc, fliey attended the World's Fair. Mrs. Remball, Mrs. Velmer Camp- During tlie two weeks they were bell, and son. Johnnie, ntirt Carlce away, they also traveled in several Travis, spent, simduy Piirnia pastern stales and Canada and . with Mr. nnd Mrs. LarU MeFaJI. (st:pped al Niagara Kails en route isrstcm. One or two Cnlotabs nl bed- .hcme. p rciii|>lc famous fur 'lies I PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Temple University's gridiron teams believe they have EC! an Eastern record with 17 tie games over ;i 14-year Reiser News Leonard SUort rctun\ed to lime with n glass of water,— tliat' j all. ' Next morning your system feelf clean and refreshed, your head la deaf, your spirit bright, and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you wish nnd go about yoiir wort or pleasure. this new BREWSTEK period. Four "scoreless ties In the home ' In Memphis Sunday alter dSSer-boam ibi»cii iiid whii.TS^k- Cwl's 1838 campaign Is also be- hayinj been the guest ot Miss, «««* »««'ns lh« trade mirk "cfloSbs" Ileveci to be a new Intercollegiate cb;z(e Ferguson and' Walter " C. l?n" IS ctn!?"umii» SLf't^Vfi? maric ' Stevens Jr'.-.thls-v, ; «k,.-•' - eeftU, «t r'oUr OeaWs (A«v.)' " " • felt 'I'liosc "sloppy" college clays are gone forever! Tojijiy's frosh or soiih is as smart <\s lier del) sislcr . . . and as for the juniors and seniors . - . oh, my goodness! So wn'vo created this smart little felt affair specially for your Ijack- to-schoo! ... oi' ofF-t.o-schoo.1 . . . wardrobe . . . . purposely making it easy lo \vcar, easy lo pack, and over sn easy to look at ... on you! Ami it's our-exclusive own . 7 . made for us )>y IJKKWSTEK in a line felt, neatly (rimmed. Brewsler Hats 13,00 §4.00 $>.00 $6.00 Exclusive in Btytheville al thc New York Store Air Conditioned Throughout for Your Comfort Dr. M. L. Skaller ANNOUNCES THB OPENING OF HIS NEW CLINIC ON TUB 2nd Floor of The 1st. Nat). Rank Bldg. 1TZ Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Watch Society Pa|t Of Courier Newt F»i Free Show Goetti TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT Two Admitted for the Price of J Baby SANDY. Sliirlty Dtnnis MisAa ROSS-0'KEEFE'AUER Also selected shorts Admission Matinee lOc &'2Gc N'iglit IGc & 36c Weds. - Thurs. Goodbye Mr. Chips with Unlicft Opnal and Grccr . The Hero of "The Citadel" in Ji? j'-Jl-n's fTriutcst Story . . Mighty in its' Message . . . Tender P. us l*ojiKinr,n . . .' Different Iroin any piclurc you've ever seen. Also I'nramounl News Admission ill.itincc 10c &. 2Su Night IGc * 3Bc SSSS5S55 FRIDAY, AUG. 25 2()0 GOOD REASONS Why You Sliutilcl A 11 e n «| Matinee or Night Admission always lOc & !6c Stattnccs ra.-Sat-Sun. PAL NIGHTS Tue. - Wed. - Thur. 2 RrtmllM for thc price ot 1

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