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TWO BLYTHKV1LL.E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, . . .. . Items of Personal Interest HM much I lored that way you had QC unlling most, ^hen very sad, A-«mlle which' carried tender hints •;'•;-'« delicate tints - l: .'i ABd varbllng birds * Ac* «t; more'thin a,lt''aher thing, Of"Love .beyond »U words! tyneedod many delicate lines Aixl subtle curves and' roseate nils To nuke that weary radiant • "o; If flittered, as beneath the ••:-. ; Tt*. iunihlrie through grecr, '. 1-• ;? •"?*' sUnts OH tie, pale path that lies bei«v., Flickered and flashed,. and died away,' But the-strange .thoughts It woke '.'.' . meanwhile . i. Were wont .to. stay.'.' •'.. Thoughts, of etrange .things you 11 ' used' to know . Iri dim,-dead lives, lived long ago, Some jOty agin able woi\— ' . / . spent,— SQJM urdnitgin&blc woe,—- Y«fe' strange, sad smile forgets *"*•"• those not, Though you, yourself, lone since, :;. ; .' forgot! —Hope's India LOVJ Lyrics. - •••- - i i^•Society Calendar ..„. -.. : . .lunda,/ ' . •Mrs. Edgar Borum Is cntcrtaln- In'^Strie Tuesday Luncheon duo. • ~",Vne" Tuesday Coniruci duo U owe Ung. with Mrs. -Hoj-fl Wmtc. • Tbe week of prayer is being observed at •' the cjfl'coud Baptist «hurcn with a program beginning- <tt-2:30.o'clock. ;": '. -",1'ne Literary 'department of the Woman's club'^ Is meeiliiB ai (ho club house lor" an important ousi- •uess' meeting .and a prog rain on "•Pulitzer 'Prufi Winners" when "Jh Abraham's; Bosom, ':Early Au- •timui" tend "Fiddlers' farewell" 'vv'ul Be.reviewed. '. " the senior high school Parent- Teacner association .is having un "important Business meeting at uie school, auditorium-..at 'J:'M p'clocw, si'-a'lull attendance, is urged. .',.. -•- ' - :-, Wednesday ,... : •Mrs.''Paur H.---Roseuthal 1= hav- iufc.'Uie •Wcduesriiy Bridge,club, 'omen of 'the Second Baptist jie church Activities and' News of Women Bits of News Moslly Personal Music Director for: H) J ' Thursday ...... ,' es^Cnobl i-arEni-Teacher iaisoclaUon. is" n^etiiig at- iho "nib; '. : ilo«s'..b.vHUghes is' 'having llie' iT&urfday"' Lunob«oij . club.; ; .1 •The Mid-Week' club 'is -meelins With Mrs.- O. P. Moss.' Victor Complimented. ' tftss Minnie Morris of McCrory, Ar|., who was the week-end guest o( Miss Selma Lentz and Mr. nnd Mr{. B. A. Lynch, was the hon- pret at two de light lul mTairs while here. Following her recent, return irom Europe sue is now a member ijf Ihe Flat River, Mo., school fac- ultt. She knew her two hostesses H'htn at Galloway college, Scarcy, Artf. - - -• • . Saturday mornhig MES Lenlz ih'ai hostess to nine guests for a breakfast at the Hotel Noble. lied jjadlance roses formed the center- piele for the attractively arranged tabte for the two course menu.. \ axte«n ladies were guests of Mrs. Lynch In the afternoon for a bridge paaiy at her home. Miss . Frances ranter won bath powder for the • Mrs. John Hcln has as her guest for a wec-k, Dr. and Mrs. W. P. . Ileln and baby daughter, of Mc- Cumey, Tcxns. Dr. Holm Is Mrs. ! Ilein's son. Holston Robinson, 'who Is cm- ployed in Little nock, will return . ! there tomorrow after spending' several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Robinson. Mrs. R. Duncan had as her guest for the week-end Mrs. Walter Stewart, of Memphis. They were school friends. Mr. and Mrs. Toolsle Fo.x, of j Wilson, spent yesterday In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Allcnberg . and ilauiiliUT, Hulh Ann, of M«m- ! phis spent yesterday with Mrs. Al| lenberu's futiicr, B. 11. Levy, anci (sister, Miss Addle Levy. They were | accompanied by Ben Levy Jr., who ' attends Genual High school tlicrc, Mbs GKICL' Mould le, ot Menasha club, near Wilson, spent yesterday In liie tity with friends. Mrs. l.uu Echols, of Memphis, spent tin 1 week-end with her moth- ler, Mis. J. A. Grlndell, and sister, [.Mrs. H. n. Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lane had as their guest Saturday the Rev. James Umsford, pastor of theBuf- dettc and Kciser Baptist churches. Mrs. A. G. Little has gone to West Helena where she is the guest- of her da lighter, Mrs. J. K. Oar- ner, and lainily for several days. She wns accompanied by her little The Ma 3 rc Is youth as well as beauty m this little black felt lint that j ^'v'^'c^iTr h"r LIU ' C O:(m "' hJc rccllo Lely created for Mademoiselle Paris. The brim move- w „« s ,,. c ',.... ern ""' f .,„„,„,,, I.,,™! Mrs. Frank Baum, of Memphis, ment is new and Interesting. A (jreen ant) gold nnmcleu motif adds'has ictinned name niter n visit its intriguing touch right In front. an Indian story, Earl Hoed; review! ton • and Mr. G. W. Smith, bath ol a mystery story, Pauline Davis; story of "Pcnrod, and Sim," Lloyd Regan; cutHno of n boy's book, Homer Smith Jr.' In the CA gruyi this program was given: review of "Dr. Do Little," James Wilson; outliiw of ft Bey Seoiit book, Bill Turner; review of Ilincs 81ms, director of the Pine Bluff Baptist, church choir,' who will Be In charce of (he music r the First.Baptist church evangelistic meeting beginning today. Music Director for Evangelical Meeting Arrive; W. Hinci Sims, miiUc dirccto of the First Baptist Church a Pine Bluff, will direct the musl of the rust Baptist Chiirche' evangelistic mectlrg to-night. H will he joined to-morrow by tl) Dev. A. A. Rivtrs, of Electra, Texas who will be hi charge of the re viva! for, its two weeks duration. Tte meeting began yesterday wit: the pastor, Alfred 8. Harwel preaching the opening sermons. lhcr= will be praye r service cacti evening lor the young peop] and the msii of the congregatlo " 10 o'clock and the women wi their meetings each after neon al 2:30 o'clock. ...... ...... „ ,„„. The. Hev. Mr. Hlvers, who is with Mr. iintl Mrs. John McDowell I krol.icr ° f the local pastor, will b Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and : a . ° llcst m hls ho!)16 white In th son, John, spent yesterday at. Sen- cll>l • atobla, Miss., as guests of Mrs.] " McDowell's uncle, John P. Dickens. \cA Elbert Huffman, 5011 ol Mr. They were accompanied to ilcrnah- '.Mrs. Huffman, who is-a student a ' buiiiliwcslcrn university. Mr..and Mrs. W. H. Stovall nn £on, Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dun can spent Sunday in Jonesboro a gjtests of-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. Fred Warren and daushte: of Manila, occurred here Saturday. Justice E. F. Alston said llie ccrc- "'°" y ' ... do, M'ss., by Jiiinnie Hall wTio ..... Attend Tennessee U. D. G. '- ^V^r'v^''' 5 ' Mr ' !mdM - rS ' Meeting, Lu,,c,,,,n Ones,, j \^ ~" H ^ ^^ Mesdtuncs George R, Crockett. I Saturday from ' Bos'.on where she ! convention i "The King ol Fortunate Island." ! j . w. nadcr were especially hen Mrs William McCuml) of Little Rock stale preiident pt the Del- These members of the Elliott Flelcher .chapter of the United society, w:li be the honored j Daughters o I the Confederacy giiest nt the/ meeting of the locnl i spent the day at the convention. »imm.Cfc J .JV.f!dij:3dny % iit the Hotel Noble, ' " !', fc ;''.l' l j mns :or tlic have not been completed but It Is piobable that a luncheon will be glvon with a special program. * • • Kcdcna Wiiim-iVs Club Carries Oul Project Kcdcna Woman's .-Menibers c cluo have with cam; activity i;i . .. inli ihe groiiiv i-- . £ i Cora Leo Co'. demonstration .L . sU-attqns in nis'.Jr.-; serves'after Inspect..'.. products already pi 1 .:;.i. foods- I*. T. A. 'Leaders to' Atlend Slate Meet. Leaders in i" j nrcnt-Teachcr work of Blytheville plan to altcn;! tlie state Convcnlion In Jonesboro Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Tliurs- di\y when several o! tlicin will take part on Ihe programs. As disinci- president. Mrs. B. A. ">ir store houses L ?'" c l 1 vvi11 bo ln i as the major • of ihe tree planting ceremony Wednesday af- ., > lernoon when an oak tree, theem- " i blem of the congress, will lie per- priK and ^V)rrls• gift, was sv nty home o dcinon- v 'Kiii pic-. c of U ' c cu by Mrs. Ira Gray, president o! . li otnci ; t | ic (juntrn) ward Parent-Teacher stale's vice presidents, will preside a luncheon and a Ulk en "President's Problems" will be giv- beads. The pink and red were effectively used together in decora ttops with radiance roses and .for the;refreshments there.was a • -.1- lo*s'en salad, sandwiches, .t! 4ni{ coffee for the approachii. •• • -,'.- idaj. , Forester-Parsley. ', Tlie marriage ol Misi'Leta'Pais- ley * daughter of Mrs. May Parsley, amt Mr. Raymond Forester, of Svalnut Eldge, took place Saturday night at Caruthersville, Mo., where the^Rev. Mr. Foster, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the ring ceremony. ' For the service the bride was at- traEtive in a model of electric blue crepe Elizabeth fashioned with a circular effect skirt and her acces- s'orSes blended with this shade. - TBie young couple are now al noie in this city where Mr. Feres-, terp Is fleld engineer for the Ar- kaibas-Mlssourt Power company. He J 1s the son ol Mr .and Mrs. Walter Forester ol Willow Springs, Moj ; The bride has lived here for ;. number of years where she attended high school and has been asso- dia^ed with the Southwestern Bell Telephone company recently. association, at n program. Miss Tlic several caiinevs in that com- Willie A. Lnvvson. county siiperin- munUy nave been ubed by the mem- I teiideni, is chairnmn of the bers and there is or-? at the club . lutions commiitec. Mrs. B. house. j Mnynard, junior high P. T. A. del- Mrs. C. E. Lynch, president, lire-1 cgate, and Miss Willie Virgil Turn- sided at the meeting when plans j er, comity supervisor, will also ut- svere mad.? for the next prcgnim.; tend all the convention nnd a when J. E. Critz. ccunty farm t§-j number of other women plan to tint, will tilk on "Soy Beans." Having adopted the "Live ut Ho:i:e' p rampaign ! ; is planned to have a series of sv 'h talk;! on subjects m- fcssary to-i. known i[ the plan is successfully carried, out. Dau;liler IJoia. Mr., and Mrs. I-eRoy D;;igan announce . the birth ol a daughter Sunday moining. Tlie bauy. whc weighed eight and three-fourths pounds, has been r.amcd Peggy Paige. 'priitiiicnt, a i day ncmber of llie "Forty and Eight" I Mrs R E Bul . nelt nnd M , •„ . ind of the mnslq committee. |,,,, wilc:xsbn retm , ned -^ ^ Mr and Mrs, Voylc Turner, of | ParaEOU](1 whcre th t Jouesboro, suunl Friday here C«-! w ' M vp n ,i , v ith rnlntK-oe . ) route'home from a visit In Joiner. tteckena with "lathes. • i. Ark. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grcon and sons, cf Handolph, Rich aril antl Paul, of Huffman, went to Memphis Sunday whcre they visit- fh Mrs. Rose Goldberg and daughter, Miss Kuth, Mr. and Mrs. M. Silver-field, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. ffiirwarg of Osceola, Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Barowsky of Manila. • »- • Harris-Turner. • A marriage license was issued Saturday lo Miss Yonnie E. Turn-, cr, ot Itoselar.d. and James F.. Harris, of Manila. Parkcr-riiism. Miss I.-ngcne Clilsm and Mr. Jim Roy Parker, both of Biirdelte. obtained a marriage license here Saturday. The marriage of Mi.-s . Louise Gatewood and Mr. Wiiiunn A. Smith, both ol BurdetU 1 . tcck phce here today with Justice Ed \V,i!k- er performing the ceri 1 :!:^;;.. Kvaiu-Manlcy. Miss Bertha Manlcy arid Mr. Z. 2. Evans, both of Blyliievillo. were married here ycstculny by Ji;,;icc Ed Walker. drlve over for one day. Mrs. Lynch, who is In chare? of affairs in Craighe.id. Crltliiitien, Cross, Poinsctt, Si. Francis and Mississippi counties, is also president of the city council. M.-iny Visitors. Attend Program. There were a number of visitors at the Succoth program given at the Temple Israel Sunday evening with Max Boronsky. ol MA- nlln, In charge. Solos by Mrs. Walter Roscnthal iand Mrs. Rowland Wolforl. ;ic- conipanied by Miss Mildred Juci-1, and readings by Jcscpti Woliovt. Doriniie Jacobus and Jo:mle Nii-'n- ols of Osceola featured the program. All of these mmib.'rs pi'r- lained to the observance of the feast of the tabernacle. Included in the visitors wore: F«)r In Family H>ve lUrihdajr Party Tojcthcr Trie birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Isplcer, Miss Polka Dot Splccr and their niece, Miss Luna Arwood, were »pproximat.ily celebrated with n flanner party Thursday evening at.Jthe Splccr home In the Pride tuburbs. .The 35 guests enjoyed a delicioni dinner wit£ four large birthday d»£ cakes as feature" attractions. Autumn flowers, flanked with forts, made decorations for the al- r»ir; 1 After dinner dancing was enjoyed. until midnight. i' • » » 3»O»ij Sfvdnts Bcll-BtH. Justice Oscar Alcxav.ri.-: ; cd the wedding ccrcmonv A mnrrlage license for Miss Ruby Cunningham nnd Mr. Charts B. Rodgers. both ol Leachviile-, wns issued hero Saturday, * * • liosley-C'uininiiigs. Miss Bessie CinnmuiRs and Mr,' Tom Bosley, both of Trumann, obtained a license for marriage here Saturday. • * • , CrtKs-Scott \ Justice li. I,. McKnight i>crfonn- ed ihe marriage ceremony Salur-, day when Miss Ficda Scott M:.. Mr. Oscar Crews, both of Hiillinin. » * » Pir-rrc-I'ruitt Mlrs -Mary Pruitt and Mr. Hcnrv Pierce, belli of Dy.?rsbiirg, Tom, were married In niylhevillc Saturday by the Kev. A. J. Hill. rlirin- ii'.fiay when Mrs. Ella Cha:.ii>r i;il| ,uij Mr. Allen M. Bell. b;ilh of Marked Tree, were married in thb, city. \Vattlc-rruilt Miss Josic Pruitt :i:-,cl Mr. Cecil Wattle, both of Car.niir.r.a:r,v. were married by the Rev. ,\. J. n'lil In this city Saturday. Hucy-McMillcn. Miss Edna McMiKcn ,,-M ;vr. r Kcely Huey. lx>th o: C;-.-:ir. Mo.! were united in maiu;it;c Iv.-rc s.it- urday by Justice H. L. McKnis'ht James Kahn ot Kcnr.clt. M.n Kranlz of St. Louis. Allen Fr.mk of Cincinnati. Ellis Kahn, Eh s.t- pl'.lan, Miss Berniwe Snphlan. Mrs. Eva Saphian and Nathan L\:ith, of Carulhersviile, Mr. mid Mis. Adolph Weinbcrg and dnii^h'..^ Miss Ramelie. Mr. and Mr.,. M. Rubcnstein and fam"... . Mr. :'.nrt Mrs. William Nichols and fai:::ly. Succoth the Jews Day of Thanksgiving BY WILLIAM BOKOWSKY Pffildent, Ttmple Israel u v ado Is now being observed among the Jews throughout the world on the ccmmendnicnt in Leviticus 23:40—"And ye shall lake yo'.i on . the first day of the fruit of goodly trees (Tthrcg), branches of palm trees tLulnb) and boughs of thlclc ti«es (Hadasim) and willows of the brook tHoslianes)". 1 Succoth alto expresses the democracy of tlie Jewish people. The •Talmud relates that In tlv; days | following the destruction of the I second Temple when (he Jews scat| tered through the East, the Kosh ', (Head of Captivity) left his; OVE 'flldal liome and lived,In a booth among all his fellow Jews' for the perlcd of the Succoth csllvltics. R«ad Cjurier Kews Want Ad«. ore throats by rubbing on VJSJJS MlttlON JARS USED YEARLY e . T _,_ T . ^^ ^.^Tr.T-1 nd to which occasion special ser- NEW $2,000,00 PRIZE ccs were held, Sunday at Temp'.o I . _ TRUE STORY trael. Succoth Is one of the three .gnincant and joyous occasions icntloned In the Bible during •lilch the Jews of old made pU- rimage.to the Temple at Jeru- alein. With the message of the aith's bounties its prime empha- ls ; Succoth Is an occasion of com- •)l3te Joy and gladness, for it Is on his particular festival that thanks ire offered to nature for a rich harvest. Back In ancient days, when the rews were tillers of the soil In J atostine, the background and mo- ive of the Feast of Tabernacles were purely agricultural. At this Ime of the year the Jews in Palestine gathered their fruit. To com- nemorate this season of ingathering, they instituted the Feast of Tabernacles which lasted seven days as a thanksgiving to God Tor tlie "rult har.v'cst. But the season marked the end of the agricultural year and this festival v;as, likewise, general thanksgiving for the blessing of nature which God had pcstcwed upon the people through- cut the year. For this reason, the people of Palestine gathered at the local sanctuaries on Succoth, offered sacrifice there, and participated in public feasts. Later with the years of exile of the Jewish People from Palestine, the celebration underwent modifi cation. Today frail booths, built by pious Jews for Succoth, survive as a reminder of the frail booths which the Children of Israel built In the wilderness following the deliverance from Egyptian bondage. Besides the building of the Booth there Is another religions ceremony peculiar to the feast, the "Lulab Bcnslin", which is based Clarence Vollmer Is" attending t business lu Cnicago and Green Ba Vis., tor si-viral days. Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr and Mr W, J. Wnnderlicli spent Saturda n Memphis. Mr. and Mis. Lewis Phillips we: Kennctt, Me., visitors Sunday.' Mis:,'Cora Lc,5 Coleinan, home demonstration agent, and J. E. Miz, farm a^ent, are at Half .fo:n and Simcy drove today for a 4H club meeting ut Half Moon and neclings of the 4H club and Woman's club at Shady Grove. Miss Saili.? M. Crow had as her guestE for the 'wocrtend Dr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Kennedy, of Batesville, Ark., and Miss Margaret Turner, of Si. Louis. Hospital Notes B. M. Wclib, city, was admitted to the Dlythcville hospital and thjse were dismissed: Ed Webb jr., Marie, Douglas Webb, Marie, Mrs. :lara Peery city. Feel Always Stiff <n«l Achy? Kidney Disorders Arc Too Serious to Ignore. Are you troubled with backache, bladder irritations and getting up at night? Then don't take chanccsl, Help your kid- ncysat the firstsignof disorder. Use Doan's Pills. Successfulfor more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. Get Doan's today. Sold everywhere. Doaris 'ills ADIUKETIC FOR TffiKlDNEa CAK» OF THANKS • We wish to express 0111 appreciation to our friends for their sym- paUiy and kindness shown in the cercavemert ot our daughter BIHic Jean. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pinkman. United Slates representatives and ] senators receive a salary of $10,000 a ye:r. \The 6E Reading club o the Sudbury elementary school gave a pro- gV»tn today with these nun-,t;rs: bcbk review of. "The Captain and the-Cat", Ruth EEoades; review of HMiorj-Dcon A Skc'e, Mo., coupir-. :,:i^s Lois n ..n and Mr- W. G. li. hop were married here Sar.ird-.iy by Justice Oscar Alexar.t ci Smllh-I'cylon. The marriage of M iSb L. C. Pey- j Store'. Dr. Ciu-rs Discovery Slops Gas, Constipation! In his private practice. Dr. OrV Wesclickc first perfected the suw-'.e: mixture new known a? Adli-nka.' Uiillkd m:st ,:nK^les. Adlenkii ar^. on BOTH upper :ind lower tw.ve', ar.d removes old poisons you wcuM, never btllcvc \vi-rc In your syst.iii.i Slops GAS blc.V.inj hi 10 1111:111-0.;:: Relieves chro::lr conslip.ition 1.1 -j ( : hours! Let Adlevika G-\V you-,1 stomach and bowels a HKAL c!r,in- i ing and see how good you hi!! 1 it will- £Urprij2 ycu! City Dr: : i YOU SAVE IN BUYING KC BAKING 'POWDER You save in KC. Use LESS tUol riish priced brtndi. FOR OVER IT'S DOUBtE ACTINO MILLIONS or POUNDS ucM , BV OOfl COV£nr(MIHTifV Prevent Disease Slany d re a il di- sea.scs can be prevented by using Pasleiiriml Milk from BENNETTS DAIRY Tliono 74 (Kluven years experience in pasteurizing ' plants.) Caring For Your Permanent Elois Beauty Sfop Distinctive Eeauty Service Bornm Drug Store. Phone 505 Open Evenings by Appointment. A permanent wave is exactly whnf its name implies. It is (i-t j\ pcimancnt halrdrcss as scmo pccple think. For this rea- rcn every wave must be cared .'op if 11 is to bo successful. the growth of the art of [liiBer waviiv; iins given the per. iminrnt. a tmoolh groomed effect that is most desirable. It Is the- touch that keeps your wave at its best. Finger Waving 5Qc Eugene Permanent $10.00 Special Permanent $5.95 The Lure of w the Ifomqermtnan A THOUGH Eleanor was older than her husbatui, Albert, they had enjoyed ten years of happy married life; riven now, at middle age, ever lived. It is published complete in the biglNovem- ber issue of True Story, now on the newsstands. Entitled "Tlie Girl We Took in," it they were still sweethearts, is toldby Eleanor, thewoman ' ' Then into their lives came ft'* b V while Erva, a pretty orphan girl of jure of a yburiger woman stole fifteen-half Gypsy, half £ to her husband s heart. — - - — - - - Here is a hvmg tale or con- English. They adopted her, loved her like a daughter. Gradually, as Erva blossomed into a beautiful woman, Eleanor sensed a subtle change in her husband's regard for the girl they had taken in. With aching heart she realized that slowly, inevitably they were falling in love with one another. And yet, neither Albert nor Erva realized the change that was taking place. What misery, what unhappiness would 'result! ' . - . What could she doJ What would you do in Eleanpr's place? What could any woman do? What actually d i il h a pi p e-n makesbneofthe most engrossing stories that was A Few of the True v Life Stories in this Issue The Womin Who Kept .Fiiih u-ith Love' The Secret Locked in Her Htitt 1 Mr Strange Defender 1 WhaiOnl^tWomin • Can.Scc . . 1 Yo-j Ctrl't Fun Awiy j From Love The-End of Our llonerrr.ooa N— andjnany others/ flicring hii'man emotions that will hold yo'u enthralled; Read it, by all means. Behind the Scenes of Life In.the pages of True Story Mag- • azin'c you sec at \votk the love, the ' hate, the passion, all of the imrxj is cs that actuate humans in their contacts with each other. For True S<ory is written by itj readers from their own experience. Ic minois life with accurate detail. The char* actcrs are genuine, not fktional imitation, and you enjoy them double for that knowledge. $5,OOOTrue Story Contest i Each month True Stoiy awards$£,OCO. in cash,, divided in sums, ranpng from 52,000 dowmv'atJ,' for stories that you yourself can' write. Probably you have thought of a story ' rhat you\Votild like to write.'-Why.'not > put it on paper and send it in? Full particulars in every Issue of the magazine; T November ^^| Out N»w! rue Story M All Newsstands—only 25c ^^ The New DIXIE STORE COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. Special For Tuesday, Oct. 14th SOIESE'ITK & SUNNY DAY 1'KINTS li)c Yd. SoicscUc ant] Sunny Day prinls in solid and printud patterns. A wonderful selection of childrens patterns in- rludvd in the lot. Your selection. Tuesday Special 1% Special Wednesday, Get. 15th 50 $9.75 Drosses 85.00 J P* QQ You must sec these dresses to au- lircriale the values n llicm. \Vcilnesday Spcchil 5 ! SJ.6.95 Dresses Sl.0.00 An ar.iaxinjr lot of drosses lh;it we h;«vc selected for \Vp.fncsday. Special n e w s'.cles and new colors at ohlv

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