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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 6, 1936
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, ' (ARK.) COUJU10R NEWS' MONDAY, JULY 6, 103(5 'OUa., wiio will accompany her lo Flora, III., Cor K visit ;ind then yrjll conic home willi her for n short slay lieic. •: Harvey Lyn Morrki. Is visiting Ills grandparents In Heljcr Springs, 'Ark,, for two weeks. Miss Ida I.nliocco, of Cliicpgo, the Kiiesl "I Misses Joy anil CHURCH EXCUSES :lly G. W. Dear Aunt: Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W, M. Taylor, Mr* W. H. Miiiyard sud Mrs. Harmon Taylor having morning- bridge parly and luncheon (or Miss Sue Bull. Junior H. A.'s meeting at First Baptist church, 4 P Intermediate G. A's meeting Tirst Baptist church, .4 1'. M. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, W. J. Pollard nnd Mrs Parnsworlh' BInck having morning bridge parly and luncheon tor Miss Sue ,Bull nt country club Sunbeams inecllng First Buiilis churcli, 4 P. M. Church ot Christ- Bible stud> • meeting willi Mrs. Vci neat 113 Vine St. Mrs. \V. J. Pollard. Mrs. Farns 'worth Block and Miss Ruth But haune pally for Miss Sue llut at. the Bull residence. THURSDAY'S EVENTS W: M. S. -First Clnircli of th Naiarene, inccling at cluirch ! FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Rupert Crnflon entertain > ing with night bridge party fo Miss Sue Bull. .SATURDAY'S EVENTS — Mrs. W. A. AilHck 1m Ing dli "ner party for Miss Sue Bull. ^Visitors ~ Attend —Holiday: Ilance. -.- A nrmber of out of town c«esls "attended the dance nt Ihc Armory I Friday night,• arrniigcd us a pail "e( the Fourth of July cole-brn- "- ilon for Ihc opening of Walker '•Park nnd (he -Mississippi County • Fairf>romids. Tlio dance, sched- • uled lo bo hclil at Hie exhibition building of Ihc'f 11 Iru rounds, was changed lo Ihe Aimory because of weather conditions. . Johnny Maitland nnd numbers of his oichestia, en loile lo the Holcl Muchlbnch, Kansas City, furnished music for duticino and a number of specialty numbers. Included in llic out of town guesls were' Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Wilson, Jce Nelson nml Mr. and'Mrs. Thomas Laney, of Wilson; Mr. antl Mrs. Halo Jackson. Mr.-and 'Mrs.: L-. C. .B. Yoinij, Miss Jane Weatherby, Jap While, Jclllc Driver, Mr. and Mrs. D.ivltl Lee, Mrs. Natalie King, Raymond CarUvrlghl,: Mrs. Thomas P. Florida, of Gsceola; Ncely Bowen, oi Memphis, oucst cl Mr. nml Mrs. Jackscn, Joim Cooi«r of Mnrion, Mi. and Mrs W. T. Moriow of Little,Rock,, guests of -Mr. and MrsHO? A*., Cunningham, Robert Moore and Toiii Phillips of Memphis, - Mrb.^-'Jce Kirby of I'ai'n- • ' x -" — ' of Mr; - and Mrs. Bils of News Mostly Personal Evening Outfit , That'll Launder , Mnlcolni Johnson, of Camliu.'rs- ille, is n pallenl nl the si. Kcph':; hospital, Memphis. Miss Ann ItldciiQtir lefl Frldny idnliiK for Shrevciiorl, La,, for month's visit willi her slslerj Ire. W. B. Wallace, nnd Mr. Vallnce. Mrs Wallace and clnl- rcn, Bcrmird nnd Oiirol Ann vlll nccompany her home for ,1 •isit, with Mrs. Wallace's mother Mrs. Jessie Hklonout. Mrs. Blanche Slewnrt wns Inken lo Ihe Memphis Bnptist hos- Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Uavid Harlon, o New Madrid, tinil Mrs. I.eni; Wcod, spent Thursday in Mem ,)hls. Mr. ami Mrs. Ilailon re Lurncd home Friday afler a vlsi wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M, Burn and Mrs. Wood. Lee Goodman, daughter of Mr and .Mrs. Whit Goortmnn of Memphis, si>enl last week wllh her grandparents, Dr. nnd Mrs. P. D. | Smith. Mr. and Mis. P. E. C'ooley re-1 Iv.rned Thursday from n molar (dp -.through Ihc Ozurks. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Jledel nml Richard Jtcdel had us their euests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Jjedel. of Scdnlla, Mo., who were ;n route lo Helena, nml Mr. •Hid Mrs. Sol Si-gill, of St. Louis. Mrs. Cleo Ciarrcll, of Slcele. is a pallenl at. Ihc Memphis .Mclliodlst hospital. Ellis Snipes, of- Memphis, spent HID Fourth of Jvly holiday here iis ttic yuest. cf Marion Gray nnd ^Mlsa Mai Ilia Clumbers. Miss Frances Tucker, oi Wiish- Ir.'.Uon, n. C., wlio is spending her vacalinn with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Tucker, hns none to Mississippi lor n visit. Jack Reeves nud John I'ngc Walton, of Cnvuihcrsville, were here during Ihe' holidays. The Rev. H, J. KlelndlMisl >e- lurned Saturday • from.,St. Louis where he ' spent the ' past Ihrce weeks- (mending -a com'tuillon of Hie western , dislrlct, ! of\lhc Lutheran church • and later a ' Pastors' Institute. : -: Ills'''family, r whp accompanied 'hli'ii there, \v|ll' rclurn home lalcr iii Ihe'rmonlli. Mr. nndMis.'.'Riisscll Murr'.havf! Se- «-eeks. she was accompanied Home by Mrs. Fred May and son, Jicbble. who will be guesls of Mr!' nnd Mrs. Lafellc May and Dr. nml Mrs. C. A. Cnldiwll. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whlt'wortlV relumed yesterday from Monroe, ",jit., where they nllcndcd Ihc wedding of Mr. Whltworlh's brother, J. H. Whllworth nnd Miss .Virginia Calvcrl, which was solemn- i/ed Thui'fiday night, linroute home lliey stopped nt Newport Aik., for Mrs. Whtlworlh's sislcr, Mrs. Joo.- ;; Walson, and daughter Mary Jo, • who accompanied them here fo'r^a week's stny. Misses^Er'o /• Wright, Mallei Hoi Ban mul'Jessie' Brlte left ycster-- uy for'' a • two 1 •. weeks moior lr!j vlilch will Inke them lo Ihc Dalas Centennial and lilloxl nh< thcr cllies of Ihc gulf const. Mis. Sam Flormair and son am Iniiiihlcr, nobcrl nnd Lloyd, lei •csterday foi 1 a l\ro months lilny n Kan Francisco, Hollywood nnd San Diego. Cnllf. VjUillc.ln llolly- vood floncrlu and Lloyd will study lancing and music. Mr .and Mrs. Ben Cooper mid children, of Kcnnetl, Mo., spent tlie Komlh wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. liolhrock. : Bcrl Lynch Jr.. of St. Louis; ipcnt Ihe holiday at homc here, Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Dedinnn and children, of Memphis, spent tiic weekend wllh Mrs. Dcdinan's mother, Mrs. 1. O. Westbropk. and oilier relatives. N. F. Mooi'c, formerly of here- nnd now of Memphis, Wiis here tor Ihc weekend. V Jack llalc Is visiting in Jasper, Tenn., the of Mr. and Mrs C. W. Cinmblc. .. '''<< Ken Garrison s|ient Ihe wort'* id In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, L. U. Nash .hive Ihcir guesls .Mr. Nash's par- Helen Phillips. She arrived last Jghl. Ciipl. nnd Mrs. C. Archie Cole nul dnuglilci, Ida, of Pickwick 1 .nndlng Dam. Tenn., spent the reckrnd with Mr. and Mrs. Wll- iiim G. Craven. Mi's. J. II. llnrtje nnd her broiler, H. li. Ingram, of C'omluy, vcrc here l<«Iay while Mr, lu- ji'am liaiLSiicled husiness, Mrs. .foe Kirby, of Pnrngouhl, :a the Btiesl cif Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McG'uk-hcn for several days. Preston Mallhews, 'Norman Well, 1 have some wood news luv you. Archibald says he has heard, over what he calls tlic | grunt! vine route, Hint the church board will soon make an effort 1 >')\ if our church has n pastor, nnd Chambers and llaskcl '.Simpson, ot SI. Louis, were 'guests/or Mrs. Myrtle Himrlnnd the board, have failed to realize just what it will mean lo Ihe church for us lo bring Junior, for even Archibald has never conic to a full realisation of what a won- make such change.') in Ihc licrful child Junior is. I myself, Hldiling and air system lhal will somellines, .stand lor hours and snlisfy us so we will take Junior I look at him and Iry lo visunliau to church. That Is, If Ihc dny.slhis wondcrulness. 1 know you ro cool. We nre very anxious for 1 have been reading about those them lo do Hits as we want Junior lo know something about 'Ihe church and religion when he is grown nil. i told Archibald tills would be a big Ihlng for Ihe church. I am afraid Ihc pastor, I you mere about Junior soon. five little babies in some far oft country. If they were boys you could multiply them by ten and gel some idea of Junior. I'll write day alternoon nflcr a vi.sit willi Mr Davis, an<r'<ln"ghlcr.s r ; , f „ lor the weekend ! ' <' all<l family "of 311 E. Dougan St. • ' v '•'' Mrs. Margaret Davis, mother of tic liourland. nnd daughters. . E. il. Rogers, of Memphis, spent, tile \\eckL-nd at home. Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Oales, oi lonetle, were in the city yestcr- ny. Miss Helen Alice Stcrnberg left returned Vfroiu St.,Louls! jii\d - rtnlia, Mo,' iv- ' : J'Y ' ••' ' : ' O. ' W."••McCutclicii. Lewis Wilson of Memphis, guest of Mr., and Mrs. Russell Marr, Mr. aid Mrs. Sol Steinberg nnd Mr. and Mrs. joe Orabev,' of Parngoi'M, Miss JIarjorie .McDanicl nud Louis Haven jr, of Foircst City, and Miss Virginia Peters, of Memphis,''guests of Miss Belly Mc- Ciitchen, Miss Dorothy Wilson nnd Ijliss Jnnc Loflln,. of Jonesboro, J.irs. Thomas, W. Miller .of Brims-' wick, Da, guest of her sislcr, Mrs.-'Samuel P.--Morris; and Mr. Norris, Stioiv Wilson of Liltle Hock, Miss Frances- Lee of Memphis, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Lee. Have Family Reunion Mr .and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal had as their guests Saturday, all of Mrs. Rosenlhal's brothers nnd sislers and their families. Tlicy went lo Memphis Sunday and spent the remainder of the week end holiday there! The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. •Hyman Weinberg and two son?, , v- Mrs; Clifford Jjoynei''/ of Union City; U'enn., Is" fli'e" Buc'st of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. E. Whit- woi'th, Mr. Joyncr' cnmo over for I 'll IS Haltering summer evening ensemble will come back from (he lnumlry. : looking fresh as a daisy. The gown is fashioned from flowered cloqno pique—Ihe jacket from plain pique in May wine, Ihe predominating shade of. the print, llioth arc completely prc- "^ Jerome and Mr. Dick, p[ Lansing, the weekend and will return for .icr next weekend. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Tompkins jr., of Nashville, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. George Hale nnd daughters, Marge and Ruth, ot Forrest City, arc guests of Mr. iind Mrs. J. F. Tomplkns. , Miss Uetty McCutcheii and her hcHsojuesl, -Miss • Virginia Pclers 'if Memphis attended'n dance al Charleston, Mo., Saturday night. Mack Roe, of Long Beach, Cnl., Arrived Saturday lo spend several weeks with Mr, nnrt Mrs. Ed Craig nnd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Orecn had js their guesls for the Fourlh Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who Is attending I'enbody college nl Nashville, Tenn., and her sislcr, Mrs. Clarence Grishom of Ncw- beni, Tenn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Meyers nud Louis Lnnsky left yesterday for K Ihrcc weeks train trip which will lake them through Ihe weft. They plan lo spend n part ill Gcsell and sun, Raymond - Meal. cf l.ltlte Reck, Bpent the weekend nt-Current Hlver Beach, near Pocahontns. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest RCc anil daufthtcrs, of Memphis, spent the Fourlh with Mr,' and Mrs. E. B Wcodson and oilier' relatives; 1 ' Mis. 'D.' A, Lynch iint'l daughter, Miss Marllin Ann,'have gone to Searoy, Ark., fcr a visit will relatives. Miss Mnrlhn Chambers am EIJIs Snipes, of Memphis, were here for the week-end. Miss' Lnfctra May has return cd from' near Carutliersvillc. when she was the guest of Mr. un< Mrs. Buler. Frnn Miss Hayes'' Henderson nnd Grear, of Polls . Camp, vere guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jin Henderson nnd family, al Del for the .week-end. Miss Frances C'altlwell lias re turned from Detroit. Mich., whei she has been visiting for flv nls. of West Point, Miss. Margaret Prultt left to before goiin; on to St. Louis to visit a daughter llierc. She will then return lo nlylhevlllc before vLslling another daughter in Pcn- Micola, Fla. Dr. and Mrs. John T, Allison Calumet News i T Z) f>H COOUCST SPOT IN TOWN! of cstciday for New York city, I to spend a lay for Slloam Springs,;.". Ark vherc she will atlend Hie As cmbly of Baptists for' thi icxl two weeks. • .i:;|i Jimmlq Simpson and B. Pillow f Memphis, were in tlic city ycfi crtlay. -^ Mrs. Ed llardln, Mrs. Henna llmer, MIS.S Sunshine Swlit, Mrs John R .Webster. Miss Ellzab'cl lalslend niul Mrs. Tony Clcmenls j invc nrrlvcd home from Jones- joro where they altentlcd Ihc first semester of Arkansas S^n'tc college. ,-j,i;. Mrs. Herman Rimer has,.gone 0 -.Cherry ,Valtcy, Ark., to. .yLslt elallves. ,t -,. 'i.d.i. 1 ,'Mr. and ^Irs. Elzic Stanflll,''ol- St. Louts, were gucsU of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fox and other vclji- tlvcs tor the weekend. Mrs, Harvey Morris has gone lo Akron, O.. to visit her parents. She will be joined there by u brother from Long Beach, Calif., nnd n brother from Three Sands, vherc she will attend clinol nt Columbia. Mr. mid Mrs. Randolph .smith nd family spent the weekend ear Hardy on a camping trip. Mrs. Whit Goodman and claugh- cr, Lee. of Memphis, are. here or this week as gucsls of Mrs. joodman's parents, Dr. antl Mrs. '. D. Smllh. : • . |. j Mrs. Godfrey While nnd 'ctaiigh- cr. Ann, of Osceola. arc spending Ecvernl days here as Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway. Mrw Pally Shane iittcn'ded Ihc fturth of July ilance at Jones- joro .Saturday. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. V. A. Cunning- uim had as lliclr guests for the weekend, Mrs. Cunningham';; sis- lcr. Mrs. W. .T. .Morrow, ami Mr. Morrow, of Liltlc Hock, who came Snlimlny, and who were joined Sunday by her brother, J. I. Crciishaw jr., and Mrs. Crcnslinw. arrived week Saturday with Ur. Allison's father. J. P. Allison, his sisters, Miss Millie Allison, and Mrs. Charles Crigecr jr., nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. A. C-, Slilblcy-and family visited relailves in New Madrid, Mo. Sunday. Belly Jean Easli'y of Clarklun, Mo., is Ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worlhlngtnn. Mr. nud Mrs. Ross Stevens aud dauyhlcr. Mar- Mr, and. Mrs. John I'aync am small daughter, Barbara, were guests Wednesday of Mr. nnd Mrs. (.;. A. yiall. C. W. Richardson Is sufleiins from an arm infection, the result of a recent injury. Mrs. C. E. Galcwood and :;m:ill sui. Hilly Dan, have been ill with uiumpn. Cilenlals do not make better acrcbata than American.'; mid Europeans, contrary lo popular take home Last Time Today Dick Powell and Marion Davit's in Hearts Divided' With Clantlc llains anil Kdwanl Kvercll Horlon Paramount Xciv.s and Musical CoiiK'tty —Admisslrm— Jlalliwc—10 & 25(—Willi U 1 ' Tax Nislit—10 & 35c—\Vilh k- Tax TUESDAY, JULY.7 jorie, plnn to Thursday. j Mrs. Carrol Hlnkemore went to Covington, Ten.n, today lo visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ilcnnlc Hessie and daughter, Nannie Mne, Icit Saturday, by motor, for Cheyenne. Wyo., where (hoy will visit relatives for ten dnys. Spencer Alexander, son of 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Ale.xnnder, has gone lo El Paso. Texas, to be employ- CvMlll OF THANKS We wish lo thank our many friends aud relatives for the kindness and help shown us since Ihc fire destroyed our home Satur- ening. Mr. ami Mrs. O. T. Via And Family. of Knoxvllle, Tenn., her ., mother. Mis!. J. -I. Crenshaw, of Trcnlon, Tenn. . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erwin of Fcslus, Mo. returned home yester- FULL I>:-:LK:ATI:SSI:N LINE Cheeses for all taslcs Cold Meals of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY I'ICKAUD'S flllO. ,t MI:AT MAISKUT Phone 073 — We Deliver 10-t'l Chlckasawba Uadium lias :, < c-f- i feet on iliseas'j-cnusin*; hacleria. Dr. Otto Mayer, of ilcrlin, linn discovered. •• ORDERS TAKKhf FOfl "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FlitTS Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. O. Haley 1109 Chickasawta Phone 192 Selected Slioils M;:liimr— 10 .t 25c— Willi le Tax — 10 * :!Sc—Wilh lr. Tax Veil cim ntltinl the Mutinec Tt:i.ii|yy, iciilslt'i-, and have :t cb;:lK'^ to win I'.ank Dcpusil \sitlu ciff Ijciii^ i:rc;it.-nl Tuesday niglil! Cninill^ ,lldy 8-!)—"SAN I'KAN- ..CISCO'' willi Clark (iablc nml .Icanctlc Mcl)oii:ild. A MILLION HAPPY OWN .JIANLI3Y TOURS' i- To : : ' Dallas anil Olhcr Points Very .Attractive Prices • Mrs. ti. 'A. Teafcrd 6'sccohi, Ark. ' 1'honc, 101 Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Wclnbcrg. of Paris, Tenn., Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Goldncr and children, of Nashville, Tenn. . . Natarcnc Cliurch Women Have Sleeting The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Church ot the Nazarene met 'at the church Thursday with 17 members present. A guest was Mrs. S. W. Blessing, of Little Rock. . • A vocal duct "Why Did He Love Me Sol" by Miss Mildred Mayo and Henry Rylcc was sung befote a prayer service, conducted by the pasior, Ihe Rev. Harmon Holl. Tokyo Removes Adam And Eve Art at Exhibit Fliey joined a party at St. Loi'is Mrs. Norman Bunch nnd Mrs. W. OR'en Blue spent Saturday in Memphis.' Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Bcnle nnd Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, W Memphis, spent the - Fourth holiday with Mr. and Mrs. !1. G. Wlckham nnd Miss Bc'ss Kail niid other relatives. They were accompanied home by Miss Martha Ix:e Hall, who will spend it week there. Mis. W. Lfon Smith antl daughter. Miss Miriam, have returned from a ten days visit In Slult- sait nnd Pine Bluff. They were accompanied home .by Mrs. Smith's mother. Mrs. J. A.' Per- drc, who will .visit here for' a short time. Mr. and Mrs. , J. Ne'iil Gescll TOKYO tUP)—The removal of nine drawings and flve pieces ot! sculpture wes ordered by police who decided that the art exhibit of /Mrs. Gertrude Boyle Kanno, an American, should be stripped of what they - considered immoral displays. The banned . drawings included a crayon conception of Adam and Eve, .downcast and leaning against the : trunk ,ot an apple tree. The traditional serpent was .shown wrapped around the Irce. Two contrasting bronze statuettes, one showing a shamed Adam and Eve ,dri\cn trom the Garden of Eden and the other depleting the same:characters walking triumphantly,, arm Ui arm, from the Garden,: also were, removed... The artist's husbyd, a. Jnpart- c»t poet, attributed iho action of police to "lack oi understanding of art." '" "It may affect'.Japan's cultural relations cfforls' abroad," he said. "My poor Adam and Eve," said Mrs. Kanno "They are among •my best-works;" 1 . and Mrs. J. s. Gesell and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond PflALARIA Speedy Relief of Clnlls and fever Bon'l Id Mjlatii ui'r you apatl wllli lls rat kins chilU and burning fcs'cr. Ttusl lo no home-made or mere roakcshill remedies. TnKc ll>c medicine prepared especially lor Malaria —Giovc'i Taileless Chill Tonic. • Clrove's TaMelcra Ciiiil Tonic gives rtal luiei from Malaria LecauiC il's a sticn- lific co'mbinilion o( laslele^ quinine ant! ionic upa.-Thc quinlie kills Ihc Malarial iHtttluSn in Ihe blood. Tlic iron builds up Ihc.system and helps Io*ii!>- agiinil lutlhcr allack. Al the firsl'sign'oi rvuy atlack of Malatia lake Grove's Tailclcu Cliiit Tonic. Itcllcr still take il jcsulatlv during Ihe Malaria season to T.-atd oil Ihc disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is absolutely harmless and lastes good. Glove's Tasteless Chill Tonic'nor; comes in Uvo sizes, SOc and $1. The 51 s i z . conlainsSJSCncsasr.iucliaslhc SOc r ,\ K an d gives you 2Sf 0 more for your rconcy. Gstbollle.todaj'atanydrugsiptt, A KNOCKOUT FIGHT (^•••••••••••••••••••^•ii^i"""" A KNOCKOUT PICTURE Joe Louis Max Schmeling ROXY Weds. - Thurs,, July 8 - 9 LESS Owners Report as much as 18 to24 Miles per Gallon G REAT ENfllNT.KItlSCr makes possible Plymouth's economy. The G-cyl- indcr "Irhcad" ongino \vitli, highest compression (G.7-1) uses regular nan. - Full-length water jacke(.s...dircclional ciic«l:ition...ciil. oil consumption. Owners report JS fo 24 miles ncr gallon...lowest upkeep. And only Plymouth of "All Three" low-priced cars has both a Safety-Steel Body and doitilixiflioi! Hydraulic Brakes. Drive the 1!)36 Plymouth and learu . a bou L i ts comf or t loo. Sec any C h ryatcr, ..' Dodge or DC Soto dealer. PLYMOUTH . DIVISION OF CllRYSl.KRCOP.rCKUTlON : TIHE IN ti) WYNN j\NO CRflHflM McNfiHEf, Tuesday Niglils, \VMC 7:30 C. S. V. ..- iml. Flyiniuitli °V |Qi I' • f r:;: I 'i U [' i ^','. r FUlt-UHCTIl WllTER JflCKtTS IMyinOntli's cyllndi 1,1 hnvc /urf-lcn^tli n.itcr j;ickci^. This mpninbcticrco-^Hmi, .,a "hlft reason lor Plyni^tnirs THEY'RE DOUBLE-ACTING! riymoulh's inn?5 llytlr.nilk- Iln\liC3 clou't (Tupcnd on Jerky, ;<])ovc)...bnt eMT Id|ii:iI p rcssurc to each hrake shoe (srcri^lit, tihovc); ftivc [jiiUk, sutestops! SAFETY-STEEL BODY l*lyniou(li*s hrnly Is Safely- Steel reinforced \vl ih steel likeu tniKl- cinr:tilTOLi(ir«:ic1i.A luiilol iro- cnnMni<rlinti...niuI any low-priced air. of DIRECTIONAL WATER CIRCULATION In llielcft. llicjlltli fiullicr.t lic'in (lie fnn nrcn't ftcl- Un6 iniichlicncftt [rom OiebTcczo Rlnc c«M>UnC system. Nt>iv compare II «lth lliC|iirUirc-.\l tlivri^lil... Illmtnuing how riyni'iiilli's ili- , rcctionul circnlalii>n fnrcc.l root .i.ViUc'r to all eih.-\«it T^lvc r.s^tcfn- hIU-R Cimunii hot icr. I spols itt nn Eiitint). <:onilihicd wllh full- Ifnftth \\aisr J.ickcla. this lowers tenttieriiuiTccf i'U ir* much nsftO' — improves lubricating efficiency 1 , ciilstlo\v[ioilcn:i!«inipt(0n.ri>[i»- ouih owners report phenomenally lore oil consumption ... nnJ 18 to 21 niUcs jicr gallon of feas. CHRYSLER, DODGE AND DESOTO DEALERS

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