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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 16, 1938
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PAGE TWO ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Tkket Will Adult C. Fatr & Companion Ulckman, Ark. —to.tne— KHZ 1 HEATER —(o s(e— "Torchy Blanc in Panama" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Max B. Reid cnteriaiiilus young ^Matron's Hiidge clttb. Tuesday Brlri.?e club mcetinG »i home of Mrs. W. Lson Smttii. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. A. Cimlngham iiaving Wednesday Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club meeting wiUi Mre. Loy Welch. Central Parent Teacher association meeting 3:CO o'clock nt selioo! preceded by executive board at 2:39 o'clock. Woman's Mksionr.ry Society. First Methodist church, sixmsor- ing May Day breakfast at U. S. Branson home from ti:00 o'clocit imti! 9:30 o'clock, Ladies' liible sluily, Church ot Chrisi, nice ting 2:30 o'clock with Mis. Elbert Alley. THOBSDrtir'a EVENTS Mrs. W. U Horncr entertaining Mtd-Wcok Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon chib meeting iritli Mis. Charles digger. Mrs. J. A. Leech having Thuis- diiy Luncheon club, Thursday Contract, club mcetiiiE with J^tvs. J. E. Hnsson. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Penonal Mr. urn! Mrs. Price Hardlii and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, ot E-'cimth. spent yestcfdoy with Mrs i<nd daughter, Miss ^rrs. "These arc 10 cunts a bunch ami these are a nickel,"ami i in letting the ones with bugs on 'em go for 2 cents." Miles LanitT Uiacc. Mrs. n. J. Dixlson mid son, Joe. Hob. of Cumdeii, Ark. arc Ihr guests of Miss Cllfflc Webb for ;i few days. Mrs. Rny .loiiiibion, has been llic of her parent* 1 , Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. Klnnliighain, for two montlis. will return to her home In Rock Island, 111., Wednesday. Mr. .Joliii.ston arrived Sat'urdsy Jiighl to Uslt here until Wednesday. Miss Helcncr Jolniston went to Nashville, Tcnn., yesterday for i visit with relatives. She will re (urn SniHliiy. Mrs. John il. MeHuney and Mr.« S. J. Tankcrsley are going I Jonesbcro this afternoon for a tea at Arkansas State college. While there, Ilioy ivill be Hie guests ol Ihi'lr daughters, Miss Frances Me- Honey and Mls-s Dorothy Tank- erslcy. who me students at the college. Horace Wnkelicld, «-lio is ivork- Ing in Memphis, spent the week- uid here wilh Mrs. Wakcfield. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rousli spent yesterday with their son, Ernest Raiish, nnd Mrs. Rmisli, In Wilson. They were accompanied by Mr; iUOXDAi', JfAV l(j, 1038 cupcratc at the home ot relatives. Mrs. Joe Rogers or New Albany al She will bo accompanied by lier (he piano, and n. I.. Ware or Osson, BUI, and they will both spend ccola at Hie organ. " " "' Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. }l«te will en- and tbc summer with her mother sister; Mr. nnd Mr:;. Reynold Meyer, of lerlaln at a reception in (heir Hcdliind, Ark., and daughter, Mr.s.'home on Ull/abclh Avenue for the I.con Mliihky and son, Leon, jr., of britlal parly, visitors from oul-ol- Lake Province. La., were the. guests town, and relatives, 'flic guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter rtosenlhal includes over- one hundred from and family over llic weekend. They I out ot town, were cnroulc lo Si. Louis where! Mr. and Mrs. Holers will make they will visit friends. I llirir home In Jnckson. Miss., where Mrs. U. Ruble and son, Kenneth,Mic is connected with (lie Unem- Mrs. J. W. Riiydcr and son, Jan. ployment Compensation Division of and Miss Clara Ruble spent Sun- the government. Mr. Rogers is -.1 graduate ol dny In Kldgley, and Rcelfool. Tenn.. where they visited friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Uitvc and attended llje Klny-Smitli son. Jiniinle, returned hist night School in that city, from Btarkvllle, Miss., where they v • had been the guests of Mr. Lowe'. 1 ; Mr. anil Mrs. !>rcr Ihmtircil Cieoi-Rc Washington University, Washington, D, a. wlnlc Miss Haic C'tudio uncle, n. J. Sloan, and family tori wcmen memljm of high srhool ro1 "', I|11J J?' ... . , '"'"I erude fatuities, with Miss Miss Era Wright, who has liccn Catherine Harwell, musk icai-Urr ill al Her homo lor K week from Mrs. IS. W. Packard and Miss Fan food poisonhi)!, Is now able to he, Nichols, cnlcrlalned at a one o'clock bridge luncheon and lingerie, shower In Ihe licme of Mrs. C. L. Moore Oak. Ark., spent yesterday last Saturday, in spixlal eompliinent and Mrs. D, T. Forbei. of out. Mr. Black here as llic uue.sts of Mr. Forbes' lo Mrs. George ii. daughter. Mrs. William young, and moving lo Nashville. Tennessee. Mr. Young. I next month, ivlicrc Mr. Deer will Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Kirby' enter Peabody College tor graduate visited relatives In Paragoulil yes'- wr - l 'fc °n ''Is <loclor's device. Tlic Will) i.S terday. Mr. mid fiii-s. i. Wright and son, Jim Dicky, of Osceola, .s|wnt ycs- Icrday here. table, which was covered wilh a bice cloth, held n centerpiece ol pink hydrnnsras anil blue larkspur. On each side were pink candles in Ihe sion with Mr. Driver. Siie acconi- .. panied her granddaughters. Peggy/ Jane and La Lou, who hail spent several weeks with their grandpa rents in the capital, to their lioine Jiej-c. Mrs. II. H. Jones spent Uic week end in Memphis with her ilaugli- ter, Ixuiisc Jones. She also seliool were livid :il Ihe school on J'Viiliiy nighl, jm'cedcd by n picnic supper on the lawn for pupili and their parents. The program was arranged and conducted by Miss I-lay Stevens, who lias been superintendent, ol Ihe school for the past twelve years. In addition to the parents ami pupils, those present were Major K K Jacobs and Mrs. Jacobs, n. A. Cromcr, Ben Fleming and Mrs. 13. I). I'ittman, members of llic school board, and Ihe Rov. :m<t Mrs. 1C. L. Cole, of Osceola. •> * - Itrceul Hi id.- Complimented. Mr:;, Godfrey While entertained with a lea Friday afternoon her hcmc in compliment to Mrs. John Binjord While, H-IIO before IIIT marriai!!! March 10 was Miss MiRlimi Knight, nt Litlle Hock. Receiving with Mrs. While were ,,...., . -.— Mrs. Jiiinc-s Murphy Andrc.i-s of ] « [l "^'fW 1 Heights Academy tin- l.ittlc Rock, mollier of Hie M John While, bride. grandmother ol consulted an eye specialist while tlicrc. Anioni! the Carnival visitors in Memphis Saturday were Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. Susie Keiscr, John Keiser, Miss Catherine Harwell. Miss Nell Rhodes, Miss Sarah Frances Morehead, Mr. and Mrs, Claude Thomason and son. Ocorec 'MiomaMin, Harry Jones. Mr. and Mr.s. J, }•'. Lanicr. n)id Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Manley. Mitchell Moore and 3. E. A tears returned Saturday from Blue Mountain. Miss., where they have ;itton past ye in the bridegroom, and his mails. Mrs, K. A. Cartwrigln and Mrs. Grcigc Adams, of Lltllc Rock, nnd Mrs. A. Comvay of Blytlicvlllr, nunl of the hostess. Anne. Comvay While, daughter of (he hostess, and her cousin. Jane Rose Adnins. of Little Rock, received Ihe cards of the ilOO 8iu-.sls from lilylheville, Luxora. Wilson and Liille Hcc-k. The enterlaintni'. rooms wjrc Osceola Society — Personal . : , . , „ . . (Ircornted in .•.iirijn; flowers. A I'on- Irlplc crystal candlesticks given' n llcl o( -!..«•. Mis. Moore (His week by (He senior r , hu , ilim w( , usct) , •lass. 1 hp liandpanited tallies mndo IttveaLs Wedding 1'hns OSCEOLA, Ark., ivfay 1<J — Miss Ionise linlc, yDiui|;er daughter of Ml :- ;>ml Ml ' 5 ' H. J. Hnlc of this Mrs. W. D. MeChirkin and Mrs, J. W. Adams, jr.. entertaining clinvi- ler "N" of P. E. O. sisterhood with luncheon Saturday, 1:00 o'clock. Alma FultrnU nnd Dr. Plora Gil- Knlliic. Iti closinR. she puid n tiiu- utc to Miss Rosa M, Hardy, prin- Mrs. Enelnml was nsslstcd In the prc£(iitnticin of her progrnin by Jilt hiuil «'hool students. MlK> Fiances I'nrkcr rend n paper oil T Am (in O]itiinlst" prepared by Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Q'neal Craig and son, Jinimie.whcii cll V' announces today her wedding remained tor a longer visit with ' Mrs. Roush, who convalescing from a major operation performed April 1. Mrs. Thomas K. Mahnn Is improving nt Hie Memphis BaplisL Miss T.Uvy Grace Hill To Wed Jonesboro Man Dr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Hill diinounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary Grsre, to Willliim VVyntl. .son Jonesboro. The ceremony will be solemnized at the home o! the briric-clect's parents near Blythe- vlile on Sunday, May 29, Miss Hill was riraduoled trom the city high school nnd -Inter ;U- tendsri Mteissiii|il Stutc college lor V/cmen at Columtius, Ivflss.. for a year. She completed her junior college work at Central college, Conway ond In the foUmvtnf; full entered Arkansas State College nt JcnesSoro from which she WES graduated with Die B. S. K. degree in 1934. For Ihe past four years, Miss Hill hns taught English and mathematics in the BMrdctte junior high school. She did graduate work at George Peabody college a I Nashville, Tenn., in 1935. While at Arkansas. Stute. the bride-elect, was a member <;f the Herald Staff and the Press chib. Mr. Wyatt, president ol the 193B class at Arkansas Slate college nt Jonesboro, will receive his A. B. degree at the commencement exercises tonight. Ho attended Jonesboro high school before enrolling nt Slate. He- was editor of the 1038 Indian. the college yearbook, vice-president of Knppa Sigma Nn and nn active member of the Press club. After the wedding the couple will be al home hi Jonesboro IWusIc DciarlniJnl To Have Tea Tomorrow The final meeting of Uic summer of the Music Department ol the Woman's club will be tomorrow nJtemoou from 3:POO o'clock tin til 5:00 o'clock when Mrs. C. G. Redman, chairman of the department, Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer, president of the cin!>. and Mrs. S. 5. Stcrnberg. rli.iirmtm of the district federation, wilt be hostesses nt a tea at the club house. Musical program for the afler- ncon has ben arranged by Mn- Paul L. Tipton. If t3 .'j. p. Friend,' Mrs. 5. H. Salmon, Mrs. Charles Criggcr, jr.. and Mrs. Eddie Keem- o!d vrill IM at the tea table. Invitations ha\e been extended to mongers of the club who have been given the prlllegc of inviUrig two guests. literary Department Pruffram ?Icctiny. Mrs. Farmer Eiisland was cr of the pio^ram -Women As Hunk I'luli KiileilHiiinl. Airs. Bewnrt Smitli UIR hospilal after hnvine \niderBOiic an operation Thursday morning-. Dr. Mnhun and sisler, Mr.s. James }l. ' Eell, went down SiUurday night and gridtil party for her marriage to Aiithur Leon Rogers, jr.. of Jackson, Mississippi. of tile prominence of both families and the popularity of the briilc- elect. the wedding is lo be one ol Dr Mary Woo.ey. "Schoo, for Unl^^ ,,„{„, ^"^ U^c cinb Io [« ^ «»' "er. Hiillliuil," nn extract from the Bender's, written by nr. Ltlr. Holllnssvi-orlh. w;is reviewed, by Mlj.s Patricia Wood. Dr. Caroline Woodruffs "Speech of A~- cc;-.iante" was dismissed by Miss I>!hi Fay Sykc.s foUoivitig wlilcli (,ilss Ltora Mcl.rod lojil ul Miss Hilda Hcnchley'n iirllcle "1 Visit :he While House." Ar, the closes number of (he program. Miss .Mn- ry Knthryii Dilliihunly n-vicwc*! Mlfs Hc-ne'hlry's "PejraMis ID Prl- Thf- nominating comu'.itlc! reported the following choices for offices: Mrs. T, W. JelFrlcs. cluiir- nmn; Mrs. L. E. Baker, co-ch-iir- man; Mrs. Kendall Berry, secretary. Mrs. George Jf. Lee war, has'.ess for Hie affair. Dinijig (lie social hour which followed ,slic served a tlcsEcrt plate. * a * Pcstpone fllrcting Tt:c lui'cllnir of Die A>:iple Grove Cemetery asfoeialion which was to have been held lomurruw hns been postponed. AnnouncemciU will be made later as to (he date of Ihe iiext meeting Kiilcrtain for Daughter ^fls.s Palsy Slaudcninayrr. dawish- ter of Ur. ,IIK| Mrs. ,\f. E. Stauden- nuycr of traclivillo. was llic Riieat of honor at a dance given by her parents at the AmSrican L?<;ion Hut Friday nli;ht because il w,is her 16lh birthday. About 75 couples attended llic allalr tor Miss Staiideninnyrr who rerclvc;! with her parents and Lloyd Flormaii..Miisi.? for tile parly, which 3Man nl S!:M o'clock nnt) nontimiod until l:tx> o'clock, was provided by a nickclodian. The guests. «-ho include.-! •> ....... muslin; ol tlte 1-itcrsry D.-j.a-tinsnt ot the Wom sn'.s club Friday Afternoon ivlic the nominaiing comniiUco mnrlt its ropoit. In her .talk. Mrs. Eiiilunri discussed Hit work of Miss V.'illic A. ii. /orniMJy of here and no coniicct.-d with the Arkansas Edn r,t her home Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott have when there was one new men." K ™ c (0 Memphis «-!ierc Mr. Scott fcrr. Mrs. L. W. Weaver. Mrs. P.,™" " m " n ,e c n ^'berly Cash slorr. W. Colcman gave ,1 very interest-1 H"^"* Mosley arrived home- in? talk mi "Mental llv»lenc" l,y ^"^ r ",'» ">c University ol Prot. McCarly. Alntama at 'nitcalcosa, where he Mrs. Wiiods t'utcvlaills-. Afi-.s, I.estor ^Voolls was Ihe I'hminli)" hostess to Ihe Tile.sday club ul her home near this, city -Jj'c'nt" e.wls Tuesday afternoon. There l.wtro f cw ' ( i B v S r.ino members mid one visitor Mr.s. Ocorgc Spence, prcsenl. Herschcl L .' yesterday from l Ai;iLuuiii attends sclUHil. Lloyd Wise jr.. JEUICS Roberts and Lflioy Brown, who arc also students there, will arrive home Thursday. Eugene Blackwell. another University slu- to be home In ;i Cooler Slmlcnls Enlcrlnineil ul Show. Glade, student.'; ct Cooler C3H- solktiitcd District No. 5 were taken (he DlylhRvillo people 4< del-. to Hnytl Friday morning in .school i Mrs. Lester Railcy am! daughter. Janice and Mrs. Jennie Weaver of I'licenlx. Ariz., have arrived lor several weeks visit with Mrs. Alma Grissom and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey. Thursday from Joiner, Ark., win-re they have been a I. the bedside of their mcther, Mrs. C N. Sanders who lias lieen wilously 111, but v.'lio is Improved noir. Tlirii l>ro- Ihcr. L. H. Cmaplicll. urcompan- ied Ihrm home and n lillle nephew. Ko»err; Windnl nf Joiner, is Mirudini; (hi.-; weekend Mr.s. Mr. and Mis. p. u. Cooper nnd daughters, Peggie and Jane, spcnl Saturday in Memphis. fasil . Riccltirr returned Indny (lie ouUtnnding evcnl.s in Osceola toddy during the early .summer, and will lie solemnized on the afternoon of May 'h at 4:',\d o'clock nt liic Presbyterian church in this city This will be Hie lirsl wedding to, lake place in llic new church, which has been recently complcl- cd. The bride will be attended u.v her sisler. Mr.s. Rulh Hale Carlisle, as matron of honor. Mrs. Jetlic Driver. Miss Julia Lillavd Craig ot Csccola, and Miss Martha. Rogers of Jackson. Mis;., sisler of llic 8room, will allen:l a.s bridesmaids. Jcinictlc Bowcii, cousin .ot I lie brltje will act as flower girl. Piirugoultl for the ball B ame <'«-."'„ J ?°^ rs ' "'"" is ,' lhr w ' n uf i,,,i n ,,.. , .? „- . Mi. and Mr.s. Aiitlmr L. Rogers ol New Albany. Miss., will be iittend- cd by his cousin. Joe Rogers ol (few Albany as best man. The bridcgroanisineii will be Kulph Rogers of Little nock, brother ol the uroom; Sam Lackey of Jackson, Miss., Oliver Orinond. Forrest, Miss.; E. ft. Rilcy of Osceola; and tcrday were: Mr, and Mr.s. Frank Whit.vcrlJi, Miss Nell Harris. Mr. and Mrs. J, G, Barnes, Mifs Zola Crallon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. JNonis, Mr.s. W. ,). Pollard. : 'Keen, and Miss Bobble Lee king, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adoljili Meyers, Mr. nnd Mr.s. John C. McHnney ntiil sons. Joe Bill nnd Hobby, Mr. and Mr.s. Tom P. Mmlin. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and daughter. Belly Brook!.. Patricia Wise, Sara Loll! McCiifchen, Mr.s. Baker Wilson.! by Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes, third grade teacher, represented two small puppies, olio leaving with :i traveling );,<•.:, Hie other weeping. Mr. Deer, who had been invited to come Inter in the afternoon, was presented with a Gladstone triivclin? i:ij from (he men members of the faculty. t'lnss Goes lo Sliiluh Park Today As llic culininatini; activity in the Civil War unit of study in the American history class, the Junior dais of the high st-hool will] their teacher, Mrs. C. L. Moore, drove to &hlloh National Park today for a conducte'.l tour of the battlefield, 'they will return by way of Pickwick Dam. Accompanying Mrs. Moore and the claps aic Mrs. Leo Schrieek and Mrs. Raymond Cart- wrfglil. Senior Class llumncd The twenty-live members of llic senior class were guests of James Driver and liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Driver, tor a chicken supper at their home on highway 01, south cf town Sunday night. Wednesday (lie class went to Blue Like for their annual piniir. Friday night the class were gurals of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cromcr and Mary Virginia Cromcr at their home nn UarsoJi Lake for n barbecue supper. Griflor .S'rlinol Closes Closing exercises of the (Jridci man roses ;md phinimn were used on the Incc draped (able nl which Mrs. charle.s Loivi-ance jr.. of Driver, and Mrs. D, Fml Taylor jr.. presided. They were nsslsleil in Ecrving by Mrs. Frank Williams. Miss Pearl Cartwright, Mis:; Barbara Banks. Miss Mnry Virginia Cromcr. and Mi'js Madeline Ellen Ediliigton. DiiNlNG-- DAiNCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHOUT OHUKHS Private Booths Pete Scott, Curutlicrsvillo. Mo. Miss Marlha Rogers, sister ol Hie groom, will shin, accompanied by MDElUXEvOARDENSTE&MEft iH'mbcr frn;ii O.iceoln. M^antln. | frcm Marion, ill., where ho has J.?iichvillc, Kcnneti nnd other I bscu alteiidlnc lo business. ne.irby towns, presented mi assort- meat of r,itli to their hostess. Slid I'uttcr Uses .Mirror FORT WORTH. Tex. (UP) — . . Rcbcrt iPuss) Irwln. Texas Chris-' her sister. Mr.s. L. A. McCann and children nt MnlthcwK spent last week mid here. Mr. and Mr. 1 -, Cakhrdlj •pent Thursday near Holland with I University student. \vho i? one of the Eoiitlnvi.ra's best $h;il- putlcrs. practice;; 15 minutes a day bdorc n inirrw lo itniiiovc his Uchntquu. !.i>i>::m,-. Clown it, ! U ,,-j IT. MAU1KON, !(.*-n .UPi — iCTa t,riws ninnmath lemons ;\s well as lull corn. -J!n> Uev, .!. N, Aitom, of lfoii::litt:n, lov.n, lias, n Iron wlileh jjivdiirrd n lenwn mere than n | W uud unit ticc ng 12 by '2S ycirs n inches. v,j. Mrs. J. Aimer Ashn-alt is con- lined to her home !>y illncs=. Mrs. F. E. Wains was .1 business visitor In CiUiillicnville ^a|- urday. Mr. and Mrs. H.iipl, narncll who have been living with Mrs. Charlie Jcnre. have- -moved bar}- to Cqoter. rictiircs Tire Ail t'ollcelnr LONDON lUl'i ... Although rr ha.- handled millions of pomm-; worth nf art.. John Hmvar.-l. Viigil Turner. Miss Leiin Mac Oliver and Mrs. W. J. Wtindirlich. Miss Dorothy KruU and Mrs.- Norman Bunch spent ycstcrdav in Memphis. ' '. . Ratal. Baxter has ROUC to J'arn- goiil.1 ivljcre lie is now employed as manager ot the Goodyear'store there, Mr and Mrs. W. It. Crawford returned yesterday troin Memphis, Tenn., where they have been since Tucsdiiy. Mrs. E. J. Browne, who has been ill at tin; Memphis Methodist hospital for some time, is showiilg definite improvement nnd her physicians believe she will recover unless unforeseen developments H is planned lo lake her lo ! 'Ira,. IK soon as she Is MOH MAY THE EASTERN STAR Wilson Chapltr 132 < urifi'iillv iiirilo von t<i in MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Lv. Sjn Souti Ijndinq ' .fiiiii /i Sttutuef Tlcttls T5c n jolly 9;00 pm . Ma, 0,,,, Airs. R. C. Barling an-.! Mrs. R. K. Stewart, of Memphis, were guests of Mrs, J. p. RcimniHcr yesterday. Mrs. W. J. Driver lias returned lo Washington to spend the remainder of the congressional .ses- Qlettcoe atuteiubfa HOB CROCKER JOHN EVERRIGHT SAM RHODES ini.mbcrs (if the staff of tiic Broadway Bixrbcr Shop invite their friends to visit (Item for first class barber work and courteous service. Tuo i;\|!crt Shoe .Shiucis and Oyrrs BROADWAY BARBER SHOP Kvxl tu Farmer's Hunk featuring llic MISSISSIPPI SEUEiNADKKS The! Acudemy collenlor. will mil lime ;l picture in ins houw. Hi- says, il sil . i i:-. your job. tt is nice to'sol swav Read Courier Kins Ads. | from it for a few hours every ,iav. Ir. Edwin H. SUIUJEON-CHIKbPODIST IjittJe .Rock Wit bt In our Store, Tne.vit.ijr, iWa.; 17. Pbsiiir 1S9 for apuointmcnt, Floyd A. White Shoes & Hosiery FOK SUMMHK DRIVINCi'.' Alter Winter Driving, your car needs a thorough piln; over lo corucl those lillle deiecla which in tbom- ^'~ Mlvfo arc s rcsisll «l Winter Urlviu,:. l.*l cur expert inrchank-s ( i 0 this jou. All wuik guarnnteed. WE 7KST YOUII Brakes, Lights, Raltcry, Wliccl FUEK PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & ,, honc 810 Well, I'll Be Dog-Gone ... and I've been doing my own laundry work all this time i" WOMEN (eel liVe "dimes;" when they learn thn Iruo economy and convenience, of our modern laundry service. HERE Jhcir laundry is given exacting csrc — cleansed thoroughly — dried sweetly clean — and returned neatly ironed ready fo bo put away. And, best of all, U cbsfs so very liHle each wsel! NU-Wfl LAUNDRY-GLEANERS Phone 180 Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Mallnec lOc & Zte Admission Ni^ht ICo & 3Co Watch" Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today Tour Men and a Prayer' willi horella Young, Hivdiifil Grct-iii!. (Jcurgu Sanders, David Nivcl and C. Aubrey Smilli, r.n.niiuinil 'Nrws—ticorgc Hall's ( Orclic.str.i unisical slirirl. Men! Here's Your Chance to Buy Fine Spring or Summer SUIT at HALF PRICE New 1938 styles m a wide v;vugc of pallcms and fabrics suitable (or wear now and lalei' Buy now — save exactly one-half. Capps $29.50 Suits $ 14 Jusl 25 of these Beautiful Patterns, Spring Weights Capps $45 Suits Only 14 of them. Smart Patterns $^O50 All Spring Weights fe& $27.50 Summer Suits Whiles and good looking pat- $1 075 tcrns/only 12 of them JLv WASH SUITS ~ Linens, Seersuckers and Russian Cords Only 12 of them All Sates Cash—All Sales l Charge for Alterations Clothier — Tailor - Cleaner IGc re Kr * oO'c TUESDAY t'irsl .}IH\MIIJ; \\i\\ bu S20II Second Drauing \\V.\ be LOLA LANE-PAUL KELLY l.rf bf WULUM CLCHCNS . Prncrttr NER BROS. • A Flr»| Nallontl ?!c " n*j ll Ctci(< Pf,lf. - F.M. rVr S-WT K l, OXY Admission always lOc *, 26o iM^liiiccs Sal, /b Sunday Mulil shows—Box OrTkn Open 7:00 p.m. Shows start 1:15 p.m. Last Times 'Flight Into Nowhere' with .l.-R'k Holt, .];iri|iHji)i< Wells S Dirk IMirccll. " ] Also l-'o,v Xcws & CoJiirily I Tue. - Wed, - Thur, PAL NSGHTS! Two Ailinitled lor the I'ri Event 1 with Knlicrt Pai^e & Jac(|ticlinc Wells Alsu eunieilv 1

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