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; -(ARK.) .C COyBIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket WtU Admit F. B. Gee & Companion Bljlhevllle —to the— RITZ THEATER "Planter 5ft* Lit Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVEN IS Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association meeting (lir<* o'clcck at high school Mrs, James Teny cnlci lalntng ADC Bridge club THURSDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of Armore! Parent Teacher Association meeting 2'30 o'clock al school fJlovveii by general meeting at three o'clock. Mrs. John Foster entertaining Double. Four Bridge club. Order of Eastern Sim basing stated meeting 7 30 o'clock at Hal) Little Theater hiecllng 7 30 o'clock a I ciiy liall. fafs. W T Oberst anil Mrs A if II Branson enlbr.laln.lng United Daughters of Confederacy, 2 30 o'dppk, at bbcrsi home FLAPPER FANNY iMtiH'nitKttct.tnc- r w.sco u.s Wt.orr.- By Sylvia IV M. U. Clrclfcs Mtet The sis elides of the Woman s Missionary Union of the First. Baptist •HiUrch met In (lie homes of various members yestcrdav tci mission {studies and devotional periods ' ^Thirteen members of circle Oiie met at the hbmo bf Mrs C W Affllck Airs MUrrny Smait lailght the mission study arid Mrs George Ingrain, Ihe devotloufe! Prajers weiB offeree! by Mi's Llojd Stick - mon nnd Mrs W W Watson A social hour followed Mrs E P Hardh) had the dc- volwnal foi Circle Tivo «hen iev- en members met at the chinch Mrs Waltci gishop taught the ml&blon study Miss Tressle' Allen liad (life opening prayer nnrl Mis Bishop, the closing pra>er Mrs J H Smart Jr, was hostess to eight members of Circle Tlnee \\heu Mrs W 6 Maxwell gave the devotional from (he sktii chnplci of Mark and the mlsslcn study was taught b} JIrs led King Mis R L Reeder led in prajer The hostess served icfreshments SevLn members of Circle Four and two usitors who met at. the home of Mrs Ney Hunt heard Mrs, W, J Rodgcis give the de- \olional from the lath Psalm Mrs Rodgers and Mrs Biooks led in praier following the leaching of the mission studs by Mrs HtiUie Heece A social hour Iollo)vtd Mrs John Tjrone nhd Mis E M Eaton nete hostesses to nine members of Circle Pl\c and t\vo visitors, Mrs c R Ethndge and Mrs Bail Sandcis The Inisslon stud) was taught, bv Mrs C E Jdhi'ison and prayers were offered bs Mrs Johnson nnd Miss Coulelia Wilhlle Refreshments were scived (luring the tcclal holir which fol lowed. Mrs. Robert Grimes presented the devotional at the meeting of eight members of Circle SK at the home of Mrs W II Gloier Prajers were offered by 'Mrs. Charles Newcomb,. , Mrs... Aivlii "Huftinan nno Mrs H L Chambers The hostess served refreshments « » * Itese itucij On ^Vorld C.ill The World Call, missionary mag- a?ine, was the basis of study nl the ihee(lhg of the Woman s Council cf the Hrst Cnnstlan church iestcrday afternoon al Ihe home of Mrs. W.-T. Barnctt. Mrs. a. W. Rose was In charge of the pio- gram. Mrs N B Stroud presented the devotional Irom Ihh 23rd Psalm. The devotional period was opened with group Singing and a nrayer by George .W. Patterson, m'tnislci Of the church, and closed with the Lord's Prayer ottered In unison. Mrs J Cecil Lone spoke on 1'Looklng Forward and Back In Missionary journalism ' before Mrs. Rose presented a seucs of "Believe it or not 1 statements concerning the World Call She «a s assisted 111 presenting these by Mrs H c Patten Mrs c A Taut Mrs .}' C. Kills, Mrs E M Terry, Mrs Ben W Harpole Jr Mrs,.' James Tmy. Mis George W Patterson and Mrs Russell Barham The concluding number oli Ide program was < given by Mfs John c. McHaney. whbse subject «as "World Call Speaf.s' A short business session presided over by Mrs. Bills preceded the social hour. The hostess served refreshments of iced drinks and cookies to the 20 guests preseul who included a Visitor Mrs. Nalhah Cart, y,ho recently moved here from Chaffee, Mo, Roses, zinnias, aiirl verbenas decorated the Harriett home. 1 * > Auxiliary Circles Mccl "Behold. I Send You forth" «-IK the title of the Bible study taught at the meetings of the Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary circles )telcr- flay afternoon in the homes of various members dud last nlghl at the dmrch. "Forgotten Areas" was Ihe program subject Ilrs. Dixie Crawford and Mi*. T. K, Mahal) nere h.stessts to seven members of circle One at the Cmwford home Mrs. c M Gray had the Bible, study. Nine members of Circle Two met al the home of Mrs. Cora Boyd «heti Mrs Jce Pride was co-hostess Mrs , D. c. McLean tauj'ht thfe Sible study and Mrs. J. D. Mcdill, IhC program. Mrs. G. \V, Dfllahunty had the "Bill says, 'What arc you doing tqiiighl?' ". "Tell him, 'Second grade nritliinelicV' Bible sliitly and Arcs. rt. C. Alien the program at the meeting of Circle Three al the home ot "Mrs. w. A. Dobyns. Mrs. W. I. Osborne was co-hoslcss b the 12 men'ibfrs. Mrs, Margaret Gray Crovvdcr and Mrs. W. B, Nally vvcic fo- hostosscs to 10 members of Circle Pour which met last night at the churcli. Mrs. Alice Womnck taught he Bible study and Mrs, Crowdcr, the program. Refreshments vverb served during tlic social hours nl each of the meetings. * * • Study New Ilorunns "New Horizons of the Home Mission Service" «-crc studied at the meeting cf the Woman's Missionary society ot the Firsl Mciho:lisl church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Whltsltl was leader of the program. She was assisted hi Ihe picKenln- llbu by Mrs. C. E, Criggef Sr., ivho Miss Frances Cohway Weds Royal Laiigston OSCEOLA, Ai-k., Sept. ll—Mr. iihtl Mrs. i'niil Conn-ay of this city nnnduncc the marriage cf their daughter. Frances, to Roynl Lingston o[ Joucsboro which occm-re<i In thai city al Jcur-lhirty Sunday alternoon. 'flic ceremony was performed at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. L, O. Miller of thai city. The Rev. Mr. iMIller Is pastor of the Walnut Street Baptist church. Only (he Immediate family cf the groom nnci a few friends were present. The bride is a-graduntc of Osceola high school, class of iS37, and also attended Arkansas Teachers college, Convvay. She is now c:n- ncclcrt vvilh Ihe Southwestern Hell Telephone Company us rm operator. . The gvotm Is U\c son of Mr. nnd Mrs. <\. P. Lsngiilon of Joucsboro Bits of Newi Mostly Per*on*li guve ! - a- rs - — ..... ~ Old, who discussed '•Bonds 'of Liv- """ ls °I> cr(llor of the Li:n Oil Ing FellovYslilp"; Mrs. R. A Nelson c ° m ' >a "l' service station in this " ' nlc Ulair, A birthday vvho spoke oil "Methodism In Alns- kii"; Mrs. Gen-gc M. Lee whose topic was ''Methodism In the Philippines." Miss Knlhryu Grcar nnd R. N. Hill played n iluot. Hostesses (luring HID social hour which followed -ucre: Mrs. Wlill- sltt. Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Lee. Mrs. ft. n. Fail-field, Mrs. Toby b-.ng, Mrs. Dan Duukln. Mrs. W. 1. Don- pn. Mrs. E. J. Browne, Mrs, JJ. M. .Matthews, and Mrs. A. M. u. Branson. + * e Cclclinitc.s Hirihilay Mrs. Mary T. Mick celebrated her 81st birthday 'Sunday nl Walter Park where her children nnd snmdchiUtrcn entertained her with i surprise birthday diniicr. Forty five people were present for tiie .. cake, prcsenlert Ihc of honor l)y her niece, Mrs. Paul Kliiibrough. was placed in the center of the long table on vlilch the dinner was spread, teed lilnks were served throughout Ilic iltornoon. Out. cf town guests present were: Mrs. Kmtnn Biidor, daiighler of Mrs. Mick, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, j. R. Bader and Ivvo children ot Crirulh- ?rsvillc; George H. Bader Jr.. of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins of Ward. Boll and EHzubclh Mick. Mrs. Wllkcs and SDH, nil O f Cartillicrs- ville; George B. Under Jr.. of New Yoik: Mr. ami Mrs. Charles .Jenkins of Wardcll; .Mr. and Mrs BEIV Balcy Jr., of Holland: Mr and Mrs. J. c. Mick nnrf IKO children of E-.trle: Mr. and Mrs. U, A. Kol>- erscn and Ivvo sons, and Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Fowler and foil of Rlpley. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs Paul ff ,~ ~~ "' ""••• •••"• K mbrouKh or Yarbro; Trt'lJ " ' Ci and four , y ' n , lc . >' mm 6 .couple nre al home with the bride's parents for the present. Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. Ward Hostess Members of the Friday Bridge club will! nil additional table of guests played at ihe hoine of Mrs. J. L. Ward Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. "Hugh Crnig, Mrs. Jthn W. Edrlngtoti. Mrs. C W Walters. Mrs. ft. c. Bryan and Mrs. Joe Hires. Hose, wore presented Mrs, Joe Crbiiier for highest score among Ihh cliib members, nud a rnin umbrella to Mrs. John raring- Un for giieal prljj. * • \ Mr. and Mrs, L. R. Mecnach nnd George Oaker of Alirorii. InS.. si:enl severnl days with Miss Kiiinia Cox nnd her father. Hiram Cox, liiil week. Mr. Cox a'ccoiiiiianlcd' Mrs. Mecnach. \vlio is his niece: nml Mr.. Mecnach home f;r nn extended visit iu Aurora. Mr. Baker is n cousin of • Mr. Cox. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Emmclt Russell of Nnshvillc. Tenn., were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Butler mid Mrs. Ada 'Butler for the weekend, John Kelsrr arrived lianc yestcr- djiy Irom a visit of thrca weeks in Houston, Tex., as guest n[ Dr. O. Haricll Jours aliri Mis, Jones. He was necompanlct! by Miss Ethel Jcnrs. who will Mr. nitcf Mvs. visit her patents. f{ ifniir^ for Mr. and Mrs. Carulhcrsvilie. Tlic ceremony tar,™ BamtH Weds Mitchell Mailers Mr. and Mrs. II. E, Bainctl. of Canithersvillp, announce Ihc marriage of their daughter. Lavern Barnctt, I: Mitchell Manors, son of A, L. Maners of was perfovmcd here S.iln.rday. fe'ept. 2. l>y Manis- tratc T. u Cassidy. The bride, who was » ninnl-r t the IBM gradualm* rhst at Caruthcrsville, wore a "roval bl-.ir model designed will, a ' circular skirt. Her accessoilc-s were in while, In England, during 1938. 13.000- COO milk bottles ivenl astray t(lc tollies cosl nppraxinmtely six cents each, Mr. and i two weeks before returning to lie Wood- Houston where she will enter Texas all 6l Denial College for the c:mlnj j term. Miss Joiics will be asstslalil instructor in bacteriology, Dnj Fights forrsl Fire* QUINCY. Cal. (UP)—A one dog lire control unit has been discovered by E. E. Boelnu. Plvmvas National Pircst district ranger. The nog locates a fire by Ihc sense of smell and nrriving at (lie scene sots to work to control 11 by dig- gins n line around the blaze. Miss Mary Adali Hobiitsun vvciil (o Memphis today to ehter Soiltli- wcstern cUlcgc. She wfis motore<i there by her father, Dr. Finlcv A Robinson. '. Mr. and Mrs. WuUer Logan nnd daughters, Phyllis nhd DOmla of Wayne, O., Mre. Irene Jameson oi Elmoi-c, O., nnd Charles Rllcy of Toledo, 0., came Sunday to spent 1 a. few days here vv|th Mr. and Mrs Theodore Logan, with ilic exbeii- tlon of Mr, Logan, the entire Ohio party nnd Miss Wynetle Shepherd ftrp spending _icday in jvlemphls. Mrs. R. A, Eados returned Saturday from Anna, 111., after a week's visit, with her dnvg ; iitci-, Mrs. Eddie Gallhcr, anrt Mr. balther. She vvns accompaiiicd home by Mr. and Mrs. Oailhcr, who reiurneij to Anna Insl iilghi, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner will go lo Memphis tomorrow lo aitcnt spe:inl Jewish New Year services. They will return Thursday. Mls.s Wynettc Shepherd will leave Thursday for Columbus. Miss, where slic will attend Mississippi Stale College ,Ior Women. She Is a .upliomorc there this year. Mrs. Wyatl Henley returned ycs- tordiiy from Utilfc Rock where she spent , Hit vvcekend with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ashley Haddlck and datigh- ter. Janet. 'Mrs. Hnddk-k Is Mrs" Heiiley's dniightcr. Mrs. M. T. Moon Is, 111 of neuritis nl hfci- honie, «13 West Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. George Cross aiid family have returned frolh }Jnrdy where Ihey s|)cnl the summer nl Camp Rio Vistd, Miss tiorathv 1 Cross left camp cany to go 10 Russcllville where she visited for ihice weeks. Uerschell IJobo has returned from Fort Smith where He spent .the summer as manager cf the Port SinUh baseball team'in Ihe Western League. The Dobos hnvc rcccnllj moved to 611 W. Main street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Ward and son, Lloyd Jr, have returned Iran Hardy where, they spenl tlic summer nl their Camp Rio Vista. Miss Mabel Uogau, Miss Era Wright, Miss Jessie Sritc, Miss fidilh Edrts, Miss Mnbcl Jo Wilson nnrt Mrs. Raymond Johnson. were in Memphis last niglll for the Maxlne Sullivan stage show at'the Orphcuiu theater. •j Miss ISula Bishop ant| her bi o ther, Algie Blsttcp, and /amlly liad as ithetr guests over the' vveckcn'd their sister, Mrs. Howard Mattm ly, Mr. Mattlhgly nnd his mother and sister, Miss Dorothy, ol St. Louis. Yesterday the party from St. Louis and Miss Bishop visited Wends and relatives in Memphis. Mrs. T. J. Mahan vvns taken lo Campbell's clinic in Memphis lo- duy for removal of the .cast in which she has been since she fractured her hip Severn! weeks iigo. Her daughter, Mrs. James fl. Bcii and son. Dr. T. K. Malmii, wen to Memphis to be vvilh her. Mrs. M. J.i Srite had as her glics, Sunday her sister, Mrs. Ellzatretl AND FEV[ And Other Malaria Misery! Don't go through the usua 1 Ma laria f l '?, ar1 !'?, D "" ' ea oii shivering vvith eliiHs one. moment and burn i.'iS.vvilh fever Ihc next Malaria is relieved by Grove's Tasteless Ch U Tonic. Yes. this medicine really works. Made cspc- cinlly for Malaria. Contains tasteless mimidinc and iron, i.i n° l ' e s T'V'c'^s Chill tonic ac- ually combats. Ihe Malaria infer- lion in .|],e blood. Relieves ih<. wracking chills nnc( fever He n? you feel belter fast P ri 1 -i!°. l i S! "J ds lake Glove's Tastclc« Chi Tnmc for Malaria and svvc" by i . Pleasant to take, too Even Aci r< rJi ak f ' rlwi «'P llt a "himpe'r 1 Act fast at first sign of Malarh Take Grove-i Tasteless Chill Ton ?' At all drugstores. Buy the l™ge ' lr cwcll aitcr: niece, Miss Nellie Hrwell, of Pttmgould. B. A. Lynch went lo Mcinnlil.s today to undergo examination at Die JvSctnoaist tmspltnl for a fc* days. Mrs. Lynch motored him down. Marriage Licenses Twenty; one couple have applied at the mylhevlllc office of tlic county court clerk for licenses to wed since Sept.. l. Names of llio couple* and u lc officer or minister cfficiallng, .if listed, follow: I?, M. Coaiter and Mrs. Ixjla McKfilghl, liblh of here, by Masls- Iratc T. I,, Ciijisldy; Aubry Hale wminim- rind Miss Jewel May Sher- jill. Ijoth ,of flecle, by Itfn'gteirnte Cassidy; Jacob Bowers und Miss Callle niaylock, b':lh of Dell; ClirlslojiJier Eagiin and Mrs, Triilos Hoswll, Iwtli of J;ick.son, Tenn,, by Magistrate Crissldy; liai'bld licclniel Biui, Miss Edith Franks. both of Cariitliei-sville, by Msgls- trale Cassicly; Richard Hajl and Miss Helen. Marcus, b:th of here. Virgil It. Snxton of Friendship, N, Y,, rind Miss pbrot)>y Sprusue bf riiislilofd. jif. Y., by Magistrate CnSsidy; Nelson Pearson aiul Mis; Helen Roberts, b:th of here; C. P Kniglil and Miss Annie Junnllf Uouglns. both of here, by Magistrate Cassidy; Terry Lloyd and Mis; Pauline Price, t»lh of here, l>; Magistrate Cassidy; Kenneth Bear and Mrs. Mildred LeneslunitM. both! of Flint. Mlcl>. Eugene Slaht:n • I'ickens and Lois Marie Johnson, both of Dyoss, by Magistrate Cnssidy; James I/illy and Miss Velma Perkins, both of Manila, by. Magistrate E. P. Alston; William. W. Lowe and Mrs. Lllllc Belle sluiniicn. both of heic. by iiic Rev. Alfred Carpenter; Ray Mobrb, of Manila, and Miss Beulah qitalls of lierc, by .Magistrate Cassidy. • Frank Mnrlin Wejstall and Miss Effie Louise Quails, both of here, by Magistrate Cassidy, wiHitur, Alviu Williams ami Miss Made Lucille Davis, both of Manila, by the Key. W. H. Jic'rn; Corbett Stockton. of Burdpltc, and Miss L:ttie Simpson, of Manila, by Magistrate L. Ci. Scoll; Elmer Cochran und Miss Flossie Artnms. bolh cf Tomulo. by Magistrate Cassidy; Ray Harci- Inj arid Miss Mary Males, of Ar- morcl; Richard Rolf Boehme and Mrs. Mary kathcriiie Bovvlin, both of Memphis, by the Rev. Mr. Car- iwhtcr. Masons Will Meet On Wednesday ..'Night Chickasawba Lodge. No. 13-1. will lifccl in regular .convocation In the Loikje Hall, Wednesday night, Sept. 13 nt 7:30 o'clock, Neill Reed, Wor- sbipful Master announced today. • There .will be work in the 'entered apprentice, Mr. Reed said as lie is- S\\K<\ an mvitition to visiting Mi sons to attend. TUKSDAY,: Expect 344 Teachers To Attend Meeting Three hundred and forty fan- white teachers of the Mississippi County public schools arc expected to attend the comity teachers' meeting to he held here Saturday at the high sduxl, Mrs. T. li, Ivy, county examiner, siild today. Mrs. Ivy has secured three well known speakers for the program They are Dr, O. R, Hughes of Memphis, Crawford Greene of. iJlllc Reck and Miss Incn Franklin. Dr. Hughes will speak at the morning- session which begins at •en o'clock. He is professor of psy- -holoty at West Tennessee SUilc Teachers c:llege at Memphis, ills subject will ba "Education Tor a >Tew Age". 'Hie firsl speaker during Hie af- 'ernoon session will be Mr. Greene if the slate department of education. He was formerly supcrliHen- Jenl cf the local schools. He will be followed by -Miss Franklin, book companv reading -:peclallst, who will talk to the 'eachers in the primary grades on "The Use of the Newly Ad:plcd leader". Steele-Cooter Society—Persona! Mrs. John Parks Jr., Miss Eunice. Gulhrie and Mrs. Rull! Liivvr.nn accompanied the Jailer's son. Elbert Law-lion, (is far as Memphis today and from there lie will go to Gulfporl, Hiss., vvherc life is to attend college this term. They will also attend Hie fair. Mrs. Bob Hesselrode of Charleston spent last weekend here with her daughter, Mrs. Beaumont Smith nnd Mrs. Robert La-.vieuCc. Mrs. Ralph Krecinaii nnd grandson, Jen-y Grhnt of Kelscr, Ark., spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. f'chner Russell mul daughters, Pauline and Hatlib Lou have returned home after a visit with relatives In Lexington. Tenn. Mrs. Maude Alice Anderson was returned home over the ivcslten:! from the .Walls hospital K-here she mulct-rait an appendectomy. Mr. and Mis. T. C. Le'.vi? of Kennctt spent Sunday in Cooler with relatives. Mrs. R. J. Tatuin, Misses Beaut- ta German and Helen Vtckr'ej" a'c- ccmpanicd by Miss Chavlotte Baker of Ppitagevillc lefl over tlu- weekend Tor a vacation which -.viil bt spent iii various park of Cali- foiniii. Mi. and Mrs. A. R. Beckhain ac- ccmpnuied their clangliler, Miss Louise to C ip" Girardcaii- yesterday where' she • will enter -State .12,' 1933 Teaehci-s College for her second'jur «i i ij term. • Miss Hale Receives Fi-ank Harper and Mrs. Ruth Lawhon spent Friday in Memphis. Al Jordan spent last weekend in Memphis with his wife, who is lliei-e under treatment from a tpe- Mr. and Mrs, John Pncfe Jr spent Sunday in St. Louis. Mrs. Ruth Lawhoii and son, El- Bcrt, mid Miss Eunice Guthrie spent Sunday at Monelte Ark, where Ihey wore guests bf sister and aunt, Mrs. is il lace, nnd fnmllv. ihclr Wal- Deiivers Sefnion For DeaTHere Tonight "Tile Faithfulness of Ciod" will be Ihe subject used by the Rev K, P, Uhllg, of St. Louis, tonight when he speaks at the services for Hie deaf which will h e conducted ill the Pilgrim Lulherati church at Sixth and Waliuit streets. The Rev. H. j. KIcindiehst, pas- ter of the local church has announced that all deaf nnd hearing people are Invited lo attend the service which begins al eight o'clock. Peabody Fellowship Miss Edna Kate Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Hnl«, hus received a fellowship al Geortc Peabody College for Teachers at Nashville, tcnn., for tills year. She will Icnyc about the 23rd of this mcnth for Nashville to do advanced worse and assist in the biology deparlmcmt. After graduating from the clly high school, Miss Hate received liei- B. S. degree from the University of Arkahsas al Fayeltcville Slid her M. A. degree from .1'ea- body this summer, she has tmighi In UlC Hot Sin-ings Junior lilgii school since graduating from the state university. Plant breeders have developed fin odrrless cabbage. a a At this Hospital* Hlyiiicylllc hnspllal Mrs. P. o. McDerniott, citv inlttcd. Mrs. C. B. Sigler, Havl), hiltted. Mnry netchel, city, dismissed. Mary Klizabcth Hogers, Clear Lake, dismissed. Lee Warrinjitoii, Sr., city, ills missed. W»lis hospital Crane, Manila, admitted. Opal Carey, Manila, ad- city. Gene Hayues, city, ad- dls- dis- June Mrs. milted. Mrs. Jack Hnnley, mlttal. Billy missed. Wilbuin Matlhcivs, Steelc, missed. Sidney Vauglin, Braggadocio, dismissed. Mrs. J. L. Bnlciniin, Manlln, dismissed. Miss Jewel Lee, city, dismissed Meni]>his Baptist hospital Mrs. R. A. Gainbs, Manila, admitted. Mrs. Sara Banks, Reiser admitted. Tlic garbage of New York City is vahied al $1,000,000 a yeiir ns .fertilizer and hog feed. George No Longer Drinks Whiskey White Kitilmii Treatment iMade Him Hate Urjuor \Vliilc Hiljltnn Koiuoiiy t-;m ) ;( KK-ri'tly in inffpt ICT or Mill, and ilnnc liuull li> sir,,, .Uiink.iinifK Din. . M.nunii B li>|,|n(l a tlrntiViril ot .!(> <nir vvitli (HIL t>o\ Hii> price i^. $209 Uul Head Courier News Want Ads. J L. GUARD Qptomelrist Only Graduate Optometrist in BlsihevUle. Glasses Filled Correctly . ^. . ^HEADACHE . fn jTiii rtiffcr Irom hca^sfh?. n t«lei>, cr niJsciilai- iclic* Cipu.llnt ri- 1 licvcs wur mlscrr tVitec .lUVunt», j ys . I ' l <l"lcM7 cas.-5 pain. S<k«ht! ^^rvc.. Brlnffs dcttetiUul ronitort. ,\ stand!)? of 1 lxajtg!ig cufftrcr; fnt ttie l«sl 10 yc;n. KbAL CUWEE — ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG, TODAY THERE'S AUTUMN FASHION APPEAL Fall shoe fashions .ire Vitality styled this season... for Vitality show arc autumn news! There's more dun snug-fitting comfort and glorious walking freedom to Vitality shoes for autumn. There's fasbii/n appeal, too...a certain subtle charm to the authentic patterns and intriguing harvest colors that definitely flatters every step you take. Conic in today for a try-on. VITALITY OPEN ROAD SHOliS War, W »=«-OVO A. IHIi TIE'S * x m o IE 3c. PERSONALITY, A WOMDE DISPOSITION, AND Pi£ lt(. POP THE QUESTION . Women of charm and popularity are usually full of sparkling pep and vitality, which makes them attractive to others. Often— and especially in the case of those who arc overworked, who spend long hours indoors and don't get sufficient sunshine and exercise and who have ho appetite— the lack of .normal vigor, listlessness and '.'that run-down feeling" may be due to .simple anemia, which is caused by a deficiency of iron in the blood. Sargori, the famous tonic with iron, is helpful in overcoming Iron deficiency iii the blood, tending to aid nature in building red blood cells and hemoglobin. This accomplished, you fee! like a new person, with new pep and vitality nnd n better appetite. .Get a bottle of Sargbn today al our risk. If yon are not entirely satisfied, after tnktng according to directions, the full purchase price will be returned without question. Kirby Drug Co. Everything for your cnter- •tainmcnl and comfort. Watch Society Page (N Courier News F«t Free Show Gueiti TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT Two Admitted Jnr the Price of 1 FROM THE,BELOVED BOQKi FIVE LITTLE "EDITH FEUOWS ifSS?-!, ^ A cotuMBiA ficruet, U>JTii ti i"£\ Also Comcily Weds. - Thurs. SPENCER TRACY MOflUK • CK.VU8 COMW • II I UDrK WKVE - HWIT UU * KIKIt ISIVEJS Dircclcd SyHcoryKing Ateo Coinc<fy & Xcws A [(mission Mat inch lOc A XGc Admisticn Nhjht ioc A;' 3Gf. ROXY Adihlssion alwayj lOc A 26* Matinee* Fri.-S»t--Sor). .-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS admitted for Ihe price of 1 AUu Colucrty & fcoreily

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