The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1945
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BIA'TJIEVII.LE 'COUIUEJJ NEWS Coming Events Becomes Bride ' WEDNESDAY Mrs. C" O. Langston entertaining Town and Country Club. A. D, C. Club meeting wilh Mrs. Fflrrls McCalta. THURSDAY Octette Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. EdfttniRob'Inson. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. , , . E. M. O. Club mwflng with Mrs. Dari MiU«r.> r, >'• ,. _ Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertaining t -p \ Mldf-Week Club. ' i*,«v } ' • FRIDAY 1-&X-V. Chapter "N" of P. E O. meeting tfii'., with Mrs. Elton Klrby with Mrs Ss> v * W. t> Horner, oo*'hos(«(s, 1 pjn ' Mrs W. S. Eas.tburn cnlertaihing Initial 'Club i OB.O. Club meeting wilh Mrs O , O. Elklns.- i ONE. club BiMilng with Mrs. Byron Nail. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church having business meeting Mrs. T. J. Br.fcmore of Wllmlng- at church with Mrs. J. W. Dolcn 'ton. Del., is the former Miss neu- as hostess, 2:30 p m jlnh Ellen Chlsm, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Chlsm of Ulytlievillc. Her , mnn nnevtc 'marriage lo Master Sergeant Ba-/.e- tuu{J mccii. morc was quietly solemnized Dec. 3 !in Wilmington, where he Is statlon- !> f, - Bits of News Mostly Personal Srn<4v P. otuoy ur Mrs. i: ' Group of .Ihe Women's Council of | First Christian Church yesterday ,» discussion of Ihc new watchword afternoon, enterlalrdng nt her for Uie year given by -Mrs. Walter home. i Bishop. Mrs. George >W. Barham was In' . Following prayer by Mrs. E. C. charge of the business session nnd Brown, she gave the history of the gayc a prayer for the New Year. I hymn of the year. Prayer was led Mrs. B P. Brogdon Jr., program'by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson after leader, announced that for the next which reports were filed, six months the study topic will be 'A talk was given by Ihc Rev E "Asia ana the Southwest Pacific". C. Brown, and by Mrs. Ted King She also served as leader far the who discussed "Ccnlenntnl Evan- afternoon's study on "Burma", when j uellsllc Crusade."' •die' was assisted by Mrs. J. c. El- Tho meeting closed with waver Us,,Mrs W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Wnrd by Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs B. S Balrd, who present- . . . ed a prayer sirUce Mrs Russell D ' M i' n t t Barham gave a map talk on South- DUSinCSSMeeting Held east Asia ana southwest Pacific, and Mrs. ; Broidon spoke of Burma and Burmese. "Tht Religious Members of Ihc Woman's Society _..o <v*.. 6 .uuo »imu ° r Christian Service of Lake Street of ^Burrna", and a brief review of Methodist Church met yesterday af- "Burma Surgeon" w«e glven v by ternoon at the church, when Mrs. W. Mrs Cecil Lowe to close the program. " ' A -woTsriip perldd on "Evertnst- '•"•" to Everlasting" was presented , > arceil gay ' 0 (!,o -devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs. Bates Sturdy. • : Mrs. Green, president, announced ****, «.w AvciiRdviu^ wits prcseiucci . , esen, announced by Mrs George Barhntn, nnd wai Hie following committees for 1945- closed with a vocal solo, ''Dew Lord iwrsunnge committee, Mrs H B and Father of Mankin!" srig by l.nSliot, chnirman, ' Mrs Ocorce Mrs Cobb Shanks, Mrs. J. w; 1 Maloiie; metn- Refreshrnenta were snvcd ,ni- bershlp, Mrs. George SlUwell, chnlr- ing the social Hour , ninn, Mrs. Alvln Purr, Mrs Clco Two out-of-toTO vlsllow Mr, W.! Pope; program, Mrs. Bert Mnyo B Branton of Greenville, Miss, and clmlrimm, Mrs. H. Harpor Mrs A! ' ' A *-• j- > *o"*vi» v* \-Jiccu run:, i\im, ( Him Mrs. L. E. Johnson of Walnut Ridge Ark,, attended the meeting • « • Officers Are Elected Mrs. Louise Belkrmp yesterday wns elected president of the Women's -Missionary Union- of Calvary Baptist" < ChurchV having >been named to'that office at a meeting of the group held nt the home of Mrs. Elma Van Oleve Eight members attended. Other officers elected were Mrs Agnes Boyd, first vice president; Mrs Mabel 'Lirnsforcf, second vice president; ' Mrs Beulah Llojd, thhd vice president; Mrs Everett Rhodes, secretary; Mrs R Af Bentley, reporter; Mrs. Sam Mc- Ohee, circle chairman. Following the business meellng n social hour was held, when re- fre'hments were served by the hostess. Presbyterians Meet ' Nine members of the Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary oi First Presbyferlari Church met yesterday atternoon nt the church with Mrs. ZaI B. Harrison presiding. •Mrs. George w. Dillahunty pavf a New Year's devotional fcefon routine business was transacted. Plans were made for an all da\ Bible study, to' be held Feb. 5 witf Ihe Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of the church, as teacher, and plan- also «ere discussed for the jearV foreisrn mission-study on the theme of "West of the Dateline". Baptists Have Meeting Mrs. H. H. Brooks presided >es terday orer the business meeting o members of the Women's Mission ary Union of First Baptist Churcr held at the church. • The program opened v,Ith praye by Mrs. E B Woodson, followed bj , . . len Van Winkle- Mrs. George Crews dlsndssed the 13 members present with prayer. Miss Eloi'se BiHman Is Bride Of Lieutenant ^ WlLSON,. Ark./ iin. 2~nrr. and Mrs. ,J. A. BltiiHfii) announce (he mnrrlnec of their daughter, Miss Eloise Bittmnn to Ueiifc. Frnnklm Buckncr cfUr.llns.-TCMa 0 • The ceremony wns solemnized by he Rev. E. G. Kaetoll, pnstor of the Wilson Methodist church Dec 23 at the church. - Following n brief wedding trip Lieutenant Buckner returned to his post or duty, while Mrs. Buckner sill be temporarily af home with her parents. At Trip Hn<sr>iial.« Walls Hospital Admitted: Jerry Tolley, city. Mrs. J. R. Martin, city. Mrs. T. n Lett, citv. Dismissed: Mildred Harvey, city. Willie Norwood. Cnruthersvlllc, vfo. rsiylhcville Hospital 'dmitted: Barbara Ann Prultt, city. Meetings American Lesion Auxiliary will icet tonight, 7:3o o'clock, nt the Tut. The Royal Arch Masons will meet omorrow night. 7:30 o'clock at the 'ill when (he second nnd third de- rces will he conferred, It was an- ounccd by Raleigh Svlvester hluli riest. " b Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Gray went to Memphis this morning to meet their son, Corp. Marlon Gray, who arrived there today from Kingman Arin. Corporal Gray will spend n 16-day furlough here with his parents. Mrs. L. M. Doan left Saturday ior her homo In Kllgorc, Texas nfter spending tho holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs James Cnrler, nnd her sister, Mrs toy Illnch. U T, Moore Sr,, is much Improved nt his home after having been very seriously ill for the past evcral weeks. Mrs. W. p. Brewer, who is un- lergoiiig treatment nt Walls JWs- nlal, is slightly Improved, Miss Vivlenne Moore left today; or Hendrix College nftcr spending lie holidays here with her mother, ilrs. Naif Moore and family. Her jrollier, David Moore, will return .imorrow to Castle Heights MIH- nry Academy, Lebanon, Tenn., nf- er a holiday visit with his mother iml other relatives. I* T. Moore Jr., and his hoiiso- RUest, Stcvo Crump of Waco, Tex, eft Sunday to return lo Waco after a visit here with Mr. nnd Mrs. li. T. Moore Sr., nnd family. Cnrl Glnssrock, apprentice sea- nan In the Navy, nrrlvcd yesterday for his first furlough nfter lavlni; undergone boot training at Snn Diego. . Miss'. Virginia Williams returned his morning to Pnsslfern School Hendcrsonvllle, N. c., nfter spoml- n« the Christmas holidays here vilh kcr parents, Mr. nn ( i Mrs. Snm Williams. Mrs. Sam Flormnn anil son, Uoyd 'lonnan, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. tcanard Strasberg if Osceola, are' visiting in New Or- eans, where they Attended the Su- gnr Bowl game yesterday. Miss Eugenia Crawford returned his morning (o Iowa State College t Ames, where she Is a faculty "ember while working toward her unslcr's degree. She hnj spent the •oast Iwo weeks here with her mo- ihcr, Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, nnd ler sister, Mrs. John H. McDonald. Posk'onko Named Rrst Sergeant For Band Unit Tech. Sergt. Al Poskonka, lender )f BAAF'e H-plece dai\ce orchestra, :ms been chosen first, .sergeant of the C51st Army Air Forces Bond =t this station. He succeeds Tech. Sergi. Pete Silvcrlo, who left Insl week for Infantry training. Serfennt Poskonkn reported liere In April, 1943, from Keeslcr Field, lTI?s., where he wns .if the ftrrnnging staff nnd leader of the dance orchestra. Son of Mr. nud Mrs. John Posfconfca, 8534 Burnhnn Ave,, Chi- cngo, he wns induciccl Nov. D 1941 at Camp Grant, 111. In civilian life he was n dnnce musician in his native city nnd did considerable arranging for >e%> tyuxmieJ f*u* MOROLINE Mother Here About Colds HOW MOEtH WfY WORKS PENETRATr-S • iTO UPPER BRONCHIAL TUBES WITH ITS SPECIAL MEDICINAL VATORS STIMULATES CHEST ANO BACK SURFACES LIKE A WARMING POULTICE P? Act. Prompjlj- to Help R«l| e o Conmtion in Upper Breathing £""*««> Couching Spa.ras, 'Sot •Throat, Mu»cu!»rSoreneM. Evtty ynag mothir rK-reshould know s. You just thtoat to up- r ufa'i irondetful lured ajwvc) starts to work and keeps on working for hours to bring grand relief. It Invites restful sleep. Often by morning most of the misery of the cold is gone I Remember this, Mother.. ONLYVAPORUB Gives You thb istimc-Msted home-proved... the b«t known home remedy for lei isv-~ -- - - - ing miseries of children's colds. the best known home VICKS W VAPORUB Who's Who Lists" College Student From Blytheville-. George Hubbard Jr., son of Mr and Mrs, G, a. Hubbard, who will receive his 13.A. degree from University of Tennessee in March, 1040, Is among the students who will be listed In (he 1944-45 Issue of "Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges." 'Hie book, published through the cooperation of morc than 600 American universities and colleges, will be released In April. Several students from accredited colleges are selected by an unprejudiced committee each year, for their biographies to appear in the publication. These books then nrc placed In the hands of hundreds of companies and others who annually recruit outstanding students for employment. The purpose of "Who's Who" Is U) serve as nn Incentive for students to. get the most out of their college careers; ns a means of compensation lo students for what they already have done; as n recommendation to the business world, and as n standard of measurement for students. Mr. Htibbnrd, a 1942 jrraduatc o'f niytheville High School, Is president of Sigma Alpha Epsllon nt University of Tennessee, president of YMOA, president of the Fraternity Relations Board, n member of Sigma Delta PI, national honorary Spanish fraternity, n member of the University Chorus, member of 1943 tend, member of All-students Club Council, and winner of the second highest average award in Business Administration in 1943. Fqmilies With New BAAF Glass Nleecl Housing An appeal for Ulythovillo citizens to share their homes with families of the new class at niythevllle Army Air Field was made today by G W. Danielson, USO director hero Ifc announced there Is a new class of students beginning traijjin* a t the advanced twin engine bomber school nnd that this chs.s- Is unusually large. Pointing out that only a part of (he students have arrived nnd that more will he here Immediately he said their families had no place lo _ , . u .,...., , /1V j» TVtLHItJJ privileges mid hcmcs where children will be i/lveii nn opportunity lo be with their fathers for a little wliile longci 1 , are urgently needed, he said. "People here must not realize that these people must have a place to live. The sacrifice is not, great and every one sharing their home will be paid a fair price", he sntd in making the tippcAl. . The USO. chamber of Commerce anil local real estate firms Illinois Couple First To Wed Here In 7945 Couples who wanted to be New Year bride nnd bridegroom had to ival6 until today for marriage licenses ns Jan. 1 was n holiday observed by office of the; county court clerk. First to obtain n license here in 1915 were Guy Smith of Hamletsburg, 111., ami Miss Lora Adell Martin of Metropolis, 111., united in marriage by Justice of Peace B. B. Ikcn at (lie court house. Three licenses had been issued UD until n o'clock this morning to irrophesy a brisk marriage business this yenr. Maid Of Cotton Judges' f MEMPHIS, Jan. 2 CU.P.)—It is announced here today thnt Arthur William Brown, noted New York Illustrator, has been chosen ns chair^ man of the judges of thp 1945 Maid of Cotton contest. ' '•/: Pictorial creator of "Mr. Tult" and "Claudia", .Brpwn. is president of the American Spclpty.of Jliiis- 1 trators. He is also 'one of the judges' In the annual Miss America contest- Olhcr judges in the seventh an-, ual Maid of Cotton competition are: H. B. Titcomb, of Cambridge, Mass.; w. H. Chandler, Arthur Bower, Ed LIpscomb, Edward J. Meeman, nnd Frank Ahlgren,, all of Memphis. '.. k ' {-£ such orchestra lenders-.ns .Lionel Hampton, Will Osborne nnd Hoyd Raeyburn. He received his cducn- I (Ion nt DePnul University and at, [the Cosmouolltan College of Music, ,bolh In Chicago. Mr. FARMER and FAMILY Your cfforls .itit! production in 19.M were tre- mcnrfous. I Jutvc learned (o love and appreciate Mississippi County, and yon. My very host wishes lo you for a better and Victorious New Year. KEITH J. BILBREY County AgcrU HOT is your age betrayed by If you—like so many women between the nges ot 38 and 52— sillier from hot flushes, nervous tension, are weak, lircd. crnnky, a bit moody nt times—all due to (TO functional middle nge period peculiar to women-try Lyiin E. Plnkhnra s Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. For nlmost a century — thousands upon thousands or women —rich nnd poor alike—have reported remarkable benefits In fact many wisa w6mcn take Pinkham's _ Compound reunions' during this taVo h ?' P build U1> "ilttance ninst such symptoms Pinkham's Compound helps ,,e- Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND live. Bedrooms, rooms wllli kitchen Men In Service Pfc. JrniM Williams, son of Mrs. Mamie Collins of Route 1, Joiner, a 1 member of Hie 81st "Wildcat" infantry DivMcn has been awarded the Comlm Infantryman Badge for exemplary conduct, and Skill In uc- llon agulhst the cnemyi The Wildcat Division recently Invaded the Southern Islands of the Jnpanese-lu'lil Palau group, 500 miles east of IIic PhllippliiDs. » * • Corp. Joel E. Davis, whose wife and two children make their home at 523 North Second Street In Bly- Ihevillc, now has been overseas only Ihrce moriths, but has seen plenty of action during thai time. In a recent letter to his wife he wrote: "If you ran, buy more War Bonds. It will help us get home sooner. I know Ihat .sounds silly, lint it everybody stopped now, a lot of our bos's would have died In vain. Ko keep on with the bonds." He wrote that he was sleeping every night on a cot In a good cellar, and wns getting along "line." NOTICE OP SALE. Notice Is here- by'given that (lie undersigned mort- giigee In a mortgage executed by Ollie Dhorlty to (he United States on Hie 24 day of March, 1943 and duly filed In Die office of the Re- TUKSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1945 Slate of Arkansas, offer for Kale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described properly, to-wil:' 1 John Deere Planter, ) John Deere Cultivator, l Shop- made Harrow, 1 Avery Midclk'bust- er, 1 John Deere Turning Plow, 1 John Deere Double Shovel, 1 Gee Whiz, 1 John Deere- Wagon, 1 Single Tree. Witness my hand this Hie 2nd' day of January, 1945, United Stales of America, By Robert W. Downs. PSA Supervisor. . ^.,.,,.^ .,,,,1., , lll; tu - uuijr lugu 111 NIC' U111LU Ul lliu KG- pperatlner in the program to find corder In and for Mississippi Coun- for families of the service ty, Arkansas: the said Ollie Dhorlty men with the situation unusually tictite ra this lime. It was said. Osceola Lodge Groups Install 1945 Officers OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 2—A joint installation of 1945 officers of the local Order of the Eastern Star and Masonic Lodge was held on Dec. 27 In a public ceremony. ; Mrs. Frances Bogou, i.'nst. 'worthy grand matron of the Eastern Star, served ns officer when the following were installed: Mrs. Nellie Gillcspie, worthy matron; Albert Walls, worthy patron: Mrs. Pearl Williams, associate matron; Curtis Downs, associate patron; Mrs. Irma Bandy, secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Raines, treasurer; Mrs. Ruth nagsdnlc, conductress; Mrs. Mary Ford, associate conductress; Mrs. Sulu Downs, chaplain; Mrs. Mary Thompson, marshall; Mrs. Geneva Lloyd, organist; Mrs. Mildred Howcrton, Adah; Mrs. Dorothy Chism, Ruth; Mrs. Sarn Friedman, Esther; Mrs. Helen Day, Martha; Airs. Willie Willctt, Electa; Mrs. Lurlinc Anders, warder; J. W. Threlkeld, seu- luivlng waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the Slate of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted mi- der the terms of (he aforementioned mortgage, and liy lire laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 3rd day of January. 1SH5, between the hours of 0 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of said date, at Missco Headquarter, 4 miles west of Marie in the County of Mississippi, state of Arkansas, offer for sale to (tic highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wif. l Black Horse Mule, 1 Black Marc Mule, 1 John Deere Cultivator, 1 Oliver Planter, 1 Brenlcy Middle Buster, l John Deere Harrow. Witness my hand this the 2nd day of January, 1915, United Slates of America, By Robert W. Downs, FSA Supervisor. NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mort- gagee In a mortgage executed by David N. Brown to the United States on the 25 day of February, 1044 and duly filed In the office of the Recorder in and for Mississippi county, Arkansas; the said David N. Brown having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws 1 of tlie State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers Girdley, past master served *n'<TIn" ' E ™ ntc<l »"dor the terms of the stalling officer for (he following ntonjnienttaned mortgage, and by Masonic officers: Colermvn Crews, l! ]f Inws of a >° State of Arkansas, worshipful master; Claude Lloyd, wm on lnc 3l ' (1 day of January, senior warden; 1,. W. Williams, jim- . 45 ' bct wecn the hours of 9 o'clock for warden; E. R. Bogan, secretary m " le forenoon and 5 o'clock in the William Toelc, treasurer; Ira arte ™oon of said dale, at Missco Jnclsey, senior deacon; Roy Cliism Headquarter, 4 miles west of Ma- junlor deacon; L. T. Smith, chap- rie '" tlle County of Mississippi, lain, Bob Crews and Dr. Morris Nichols, masters of ceremonies; Bill E. R. nogau assisted by Russell Wulters, tiler. Almost 2.000 New York city employees now on military leave are scheduled to receive a cost-of-livlng bonus upon their return to their Jobs, nccm-dim; to the Public Administration Clearing; House. AT FIRST 51011 OF A' USE Cnlrl Preparations as directed NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given thnt the undersigned mort- sngce in a mortgage executed by Troy Rnsh to the United States on Ihc 1'J day of Mnrcti, 1944 and duly lilcil \ n thr; office of the Recorder In nnd far Mississippi Coun- ly, Arkansas; the said Troy Rash having waived nil rights of appraisement, sale nnd redemption under the laws ot Die State ol Arkansas; imrsimnt to Hie powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned morfsaKe. and by the taws of the Stole of Arkansas, will on the 3rd day of January. 1945, twin-eon the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Missco Headquarter. 4 mites west ot Marie In the County of Mississippi, Sinte of Arkansas, oiler tor sale to the highest nnd best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: 1 Black mare mule, 1 Black horse mule, 1 John Deere Mlddlebustcr I IHC turning plow, 1 Shopmade Harrow, 2 collars and 2 sets plow Bear, 1 John Dcerc planter, l Cultivator and i John Dsere wagon Witness my hand this the 2nd day of January, 1045, United States of America, By Robert W. Dawns, PSA Supervisor. NOTICE OP SALE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mort- gagee In a mortgage executed by Lewis W. Hurt lo the United States on the C day of October, 1014 and duly filed in the oiTice of the Recorder in and for Mississippi County. Arkansas; the said Lewis W. Hurt having wnivsd ail lights of appraisement, sale and redemption under tlie laws of the Stale nf Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the laws of tlie State of Arkansas, will on the 3rd day of January, 1945, between Ihe hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of snid date, nt Missco Headquarter, •1 miles west, of Marie in the Conn- SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always n,,,- «„ .ways fresh, and all work Is guarantee 1 to ,,i,, ,°Y rs nrc designers help you with your floral needs ' ^ Lcl our ex FLO WER SHOP LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 20fi Lynch Our job in 19<!4 was twofold: To do everything we could to keep a. steady stream of communications equipment flowing to the army and navy—as much as .they needed—and, nt the same time, to maintain quality of se'rvice as high as possible for the folks here at home. The Bell System did keep the armed forces supplied — telephone factories worked almost 100 per cent on war orders. At home there were unavoidable delays on some long distance calls, but local service, on the whole, was good. Here in tlie Southwest telephone facilities were stretched to the limit. A total of 260,000 persons asked for service and got it. Some 233,000 of these took the places of customers who ordered their telephones disconnected. Telephone people squeezed in theaddition- al 27,000 by hard work and ingenuity. Nevertheless, about 185,000 applicants still are on the waiting lists because there just isn't enough equipment to go around. For the new year, the telephone company's plans hinge upon the demands of war, of course. But certain things will be done, you may be sure. SOUTHWESTERN BELL We slial! continue to provide service for those who arc waiting just as rapidly as we can. However, in 19'I5, as in 19-14,war demands will be met first and on the average it will be a considerable time before a person may. apply for service and'get it without delay. . .,?- , ^ \!) \ -Tliose employees who arc re•i ] 'cased from the armed services will be welcomed back, and a hearty welcome it will be. There will be a !ot of work for them, too. We'll begin to clear the decks for the big telephone job that will come after the war to plan how improved devices from Bell Telephone Laboratories, and material; and equipment from Western ^Electric factories will be put to work for you. That's the balance sheet of what's done and what's to do. Of course, the volume of our business lias been greater than ever before, but so arc our operating expenses. In fact, our rate of earnings on the telephone property during these peak war years has been less than during tlie worst years of the depression. There have been no war profits for the telephone company, which is exactly as it should be. TELEPHONE COMPANY ty of Mississippi, Sfalc of Arkansas offcr^r/selff lo the highest and best Udder l foi' cosh, (lie following n e scribed properly, to-wll: l Disc Hir row, 1 Moilne Cultivator, l R] 10 ., made Harrow, 1 John Deere DoubW Shovel, 1 Moline Middlcbiister i Moilne Turniny Plow, and 2 Collar, and 2 scls plow goal-. Witness mv hand tills Hie 2 <lay of January 194D, United States of America nV Robert VV. Downs, FSA Supervisor ftxpedinqa Mother'sFriend helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S PfflEND, Ml exquisitely prepared emollient:'is useful in nHcondl- „.._ _ lions where n bland, mltrt anodyne inas- EBE9 medium in'skin lubrlcntlon i"ae- slroil. ODD commicm in which women Innif 0 ?, lhon 70 years hnve USM It ™«n nnpllcatlon [or massaslnij the body <liu-- £?» WnVr' ll hclp = kee l> «w*ln EOft and pliable...thus nvoldlne un- HfrtfiS ary d 'f°"'/°rt clue to dryncss and t [j* tries*. It refreshes nrnl tones tlio sun. An Icltnl innssBgc application for '!'« " u " 1 | J j tlnRllne or burning scnsa- tlons or the Bkin....-or the tired back muscles or cramp-llfcc pains In tlie lees Quickly absorbed. Dcllbhttul to use. Mother's Friend' JlWily pralwZ by uwrs, mnny doclora and "?Ef^r ,"•, °, S h "?? ' lra ^^ fur MolhW. »'rlcnil—the skin luljriciint. 1'ry ;i laaifit WANTED Your Old Featherbeds Will pay $. r > to $10 each for full size goose or chtck {jrailcs. ' We will arrange to pick up your beds. Write; International Products Co; M4I Lninar Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Hcani Phone 3270 GIFTS of DISTINCTION —Il's Smart to Shop At— The Gifr Shop Modem & Antlqac Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Itox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN' TO KLCN D:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m Tuesday & Wefinesday O'BRIEN RYAN RUTH HUSSEY H!HUGH • H Selected Short Subjects ALSO World's Championship Foolbnli Tl a 5--o IT—Green Bay Packers vs. N. V. Giants Matinees Sal. ,t Sun Only Opens each night G:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starls 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Xiffhl Except Saturday. N'o passes honored on Sunday at the Ifoxy. Tuesday & Wednesday Sclccled Short Snbjecf

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