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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 18, 1938
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PAGE TWO SLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COUH1ER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit E. R. Connasler ft Companion Lepanto, Ark. — u> Hit— EITZ THEATEB —lo s*e— "ELUEBErVHU'S 8t!i WIFK" Social Calendar . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meei- \ng with Mrs, Clinrles Crigger. Mrs. J, A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting , with Mrs. J. E. Hassou. Jewish Ladies' Air) meeting 8::00 o'clock at Temple Israel. Altar SoDietjT o! the Church of (lie Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo parly 8:CO o'clock at Catholic Hall. Lake Street Methodist Missionary society sponsoring a variety program B:QO !).))!. at church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Sirs. George Shntnlln entertaining Friday Luiichran club. Sudbury Parent Teacher' tiou sponsoring bingo jrarty, 8;00 o'clock at school. Mrs. Donald Wortz presenting pinno pupUs in rer.itnl at First Methodist church. 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. Russell Fnrr anrt son, Russell, entertaining members of Fellow Forum mid their guests nt dance at Woman's club. • SATURDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs. W. D. McOhirkin nnd Mrs. J. W. Adams, jr., entertaining chap- tor "N" of P. E. 0. sisterhood with luncheon Saturday, 1:00 o'clock. Fellow Fonim of city high school liavJiiu formal banquet in dining room of Gleticoa Hotel, 1:30 o'clock FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News PemwJ Mrs. J, A. Leech and Mrs. A. G Little spent yesterday. In Memphis and later went lo Mayfleld, Ky iicy will probably return tomorrow Mrs. R'jusell Phillips went, lo :Jumbii.\ Miss,, yesterday where he will visit Mr. and Mrs. Otto <oclitlb,ky and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Luwshc. IM'iit yesterday In Memphis. J. A. ix-eoli is attending to busl- .t'ss In Vicksbure, Miss. Mrs. C. D. Holt Is ill at her home Mr, nnd Mrs. Bernard McAfee ncl daughter, Mary Anne, o CiawfcidsvIHe, spent the week end icra with friends. Mobicy Este.s Is attending to busl- icss in Marianna this week. Will Fleming and daughter, Miss Vl.yiu, and Miss Louise Roosevelt i 'lamp.-i, fin., uiicl Mrs. Gene "kelly. ot Nashville. Tcnn,, are the Micsls of Mrs. Skclly's '"K. S. V. P."! Why, that means 'Please answer,' •t"Ani 1 supposed lo answer in code, loo?"'•- Miss 'Hnle Complimented Mrs. James B. Clark tmtertiilned wil}i a. luncheon Monday in compliment to Miss Louise Htile, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hnlc, ol Osceola, whose wedding lo Arliiut Leon nojers, jr.. of Jackson, Miss. Avill be .solemnized Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church ii Osceola. Guests nt Die affair were: Miss Hale, her mother and her sister Mrs. Ruth Hole Carlyle, Mrs. Arthur Bowen, all of Osceoln, Mrs Arthur Oliver nnd Mrs. Floyd Roberts, ql Carulhersvilte, nntl Mrs. John Hojstoi, of St. Petersburg ' Plan Variety Program A variety program in the form of a radio presentation will be given at the Lake Street Methodist church nt 8:00 o'clock Thursday night under Ihe auspices o! thu' Woman's Missionary society, il was decided Monday at a meeting of the group at the church tor tv study lesson. Mrs. O, J. Rodgers, study leader, was in charge of the devotional and lesson following which the n members present agreed thai the proceeds from the Thursday night program would be used for repairs on the parsonage. Entertains Club * All the members of the Tuesday Gcrnld Ueiister, of Phllndclphln, Pa., on Mny to. Mrs, Heastcr was formerly Miss Virginia Orr who resided here with her pnrcnts, the Rev. niul Mrs. li. If, Orr, aboul 20 years nfio when the Kev. Mr. Orv v;as pastor of the First Presbyter-, ian church. Mrs. llcnster and baby 'arc at RIclNvond, W. Vn., where the Orrs reside. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Missionary .Society riilcrtaincd . Mrs. 1'. K. Ponder was hostess to the .\yonuui'K Missionary society uf the 'Methodist church Monday at-. , , ljprl -Lawrence had eliargo prni»./, Mrs. iTpl •)! Hie World Outlook program tind .cas assisted by Mrs. It. B. Spctiec, Mrs, Carl sliceley, Mi's, Ncwbcrry /Chilean, Mrs. M. A. Massey and' Mrs. R. C. fiteele sr. Next Monday will be social day aid the.; will meet at the church .vhen Mrs. P end or, Mrs. N. .Coury and Mrs. H. bs hcslesscs. C. Slecle sr. 'Ite senior class ot Cooler high :-:hool with Mrs. W. C. Ileid and Mrs. Alma C'opclaiKl. spent the weekend nt Arcadia. Basil McCliire, who is employed in .Miuion, 111., spent Monday night tere w'ith his (amiiy. Mrs. Tom Burns is able lo be .i|i after scvenil days' illness. She lad her tonsils removed at the Demonstration CluL News Notes WEDNESDAY, MAY IB, W'ilJ'Preacli To Graduates Here Evrard To Speak To 96 Graduates Of Junior High The Rev. George W. Patterson above, pastor of the First Christian church, will preach the baccalaureate sci uion tit, tile city auditorium Sunday mornliifi. Ills subject will be "Faces in the Window." I.unc O:ik "I'olluck" dinners nnd piciii* lunches are lavorlle tonus ol rec nation-during the summer month hi Mississippi county, and Severn such gct-togctherfi me ulroadj planniMl, according lo Miss Cora Lee Cotcman, home dcmonslnitloi agent. The Lone 0;ik Home Dcmomlrn- llcn club has Invited the officers of the neighboring clubs lo meet with them for tin affair of (Ills kind on Monthly, May 33. Leachville sponsored a almllnr • "gcL together" ;for clubs In that vicinity » tew weiko- nfo. The County Jtomc Demonstfu'-j. lien Council nt the lust meeting voted to hold Hie next, meeting on May 23 at WalcoH Park near I'ara- gould. thus combining their monthly business meeting with "pleasure." The fntis used to defrost tlie windshield are also helpful in keeping tlie air circulating inside the. Vfr. nnd Mrs. B. S, Wakelield, I'm evcrnl diiy.s. Mr. Fleming is ; Brother of Mrs. Wakcfield. Sam Springer, of Memphis, wa icre last night as the guest of III olsier, Mrs. Jack Applcbaiim, am amlly. •Mr. and Mrs. p. A. Waymmi, o Jma. Ohio, left this morning fo Balcsville, Ark.,' afler having bee; the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M Holt. J. P. Walden, who lias been employed nt the Barnes hospital in St. Louis fnr the past three months, ins arrived home to spend two weeks vacation with lits parents Mr. nnd Mrs. John Walden.' J. P. Holland, who Is ill In the Memphis Baptist hospital, is much improved today. As yet, his case ims not been completely diagnosed, but examinations will probably be concluded tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Perry returned from Mem-' phis last nlglil after having spent the tiny •with-him. Mrs. Holland .is' number. They -were accompanied by Miss Fnrrur. Miss crnbtrcc, home economist. had her girls model new .spring dresses made in the sewing class. A vccal trio, "The Night a Thousand Eyes." was i-im lias Ijy Mines. B. O. Wilklns, T. L. San- lord, and Hilton Slephcnson. Butler discussed Out of Nature's group were entertained at the home of Mrs. W. I/con Smith. Tlie two course luncheon was served at small tables which had bouquets of mixed flowers for their centerpieces. A seasonal scheme was carried out In the spring flowers throughout Hi: house and tfce spring tallies which were used in tlie bridee games In which Mrs. Floyd A. While was high and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high. Club Has Guest Mrs. Baker L. Wilson was the guest of Mrs. Max B. Held yesterday afternoon when she was hostera to members of the Young Matron's Bridge club at a party «t her home. Vases of cornflowers decorated tr.e rooms where the bridge games were played. Following the games in which Mrs. Jesse Taylor received lingerie for high .score prize, ft salad plate was'served. Tea Ts Given By Bhisic Department .Spring flowers in the pastel shades dccmated the Woman's club house yesterda,- afternoon when the mu- Eic- department of the club entertained with B lea nl its final nieet- itisf of the r?3r. Approximately )«) members and guest;;, wetc received at tlie d'Wr by Mrs. C. G. Rwlnian, chairman of the rier-arlmcnc, Mrs. B. F. Bln- mejcr, president uf the club, and Mrs. 3. S. StcrnbcrB. chairman of the district federation. A low crystal ba;vl of orchid snapdragons flanked by orchid ta ; - •pers formed the centerpiece'of the lace draped lea table nt which Mrs. E. M. Resenold. Mrs. J. P TJvknd snid Mrs;. Charles Crljf.'pr Mrs. H. A. Snence is the guest jf Mrs. R. J. Buuline of rjakcis /illc Ihis week. Rov. C. E. Hunt, pastor of the Ocotcr Baptist rliurcb. lias entered ;he Memphis llaptist hospital where ,ic is lo have a major cpcralion. Haul Renncr of Hdiillngbiir; fiul.. was here over the wet-ken i .0 accompany his sister, Mi ,' Elizabeth Rcnner, home after she | nail completed her sclicol term hcrt Miss Kc\-n McCsinu, who hi icon attending high school it i Cooler this term, lett Sundiiv aftu noon for her home at Matthew I Her mother. Mrs. Lais McCnun n»:l l Miildren came for lier arui S|ient the A'eeken;! here with relatives. Mrs. Russell liirnnge returned (o her home in Little Ro:k, Ark., over she weekend after a visit here with relatives. .Hlic was accompanied home by Miss Barker ivlio will te her guest tliir, wr-clc. Ocrdan Moore, vocational agriculture instructor of colter hiuh school, K spending Ihis week willi his mother iu Uyersbing. Hob Rnshiny and Mi.,s Dorothy E.iirris spent tiuuil iy in Huyti with licr sister. Mre. Herbert Henderson anrt family. Mr. awl Mrs. ElRar Fowler and G. W. Fowler won 1 at the f?ki!oh .itticiie-3, iiritr Corlntti, Miss,, l Sunday. | Rev. 1 Herman Wa-juor received' a message Monday evnini; that. | his father was seriously ill .it his j home in Blcdgclt. Hcv. Wagnor Icll immediately to bo ivith him. Mr. and Mr:.'. Aston Wrttht and »Mrs. Elmer Wrislit nnd .-,011. Donald i of Cooler, and Mr. and Mr.;. Siiep-' herd of Hayti spent Sunday and' Monday in Sntlcli. Icnn.. vbltmg j relative.',. the ;uest i Mrs. R, W. 'GclliiijT Most Boom Days." It. was voted tlvr Hie P. T. A. sponsor one dance inch month during )9M-aD term. A vote of thanks lo the retiring president, Mrs. Johnston, CMI- chided the program. The I". T. A. dollar went to the eleventh grade. 'I he Lu.vorn Literary ami Doc* club met In the Bcout lint rccre- ntlon room Thursday night with Mrs. Jimrnie slack as hostess. Hie following officers were •Jccted: Mrs. B. O. VVilkins Commencement exercises for the junior high school senior class which this year includes OS students will be field Thursday afternoon, May 26, at the city hull auditorium at 2:;)0 o'clock when Marcus Kvrard, local attorney, will deliver the nddress. The processional and recessional for Ihe program will be played by Mrs. Murray Smart. Following the Invocation to be given liy Die Rev. ISuplm D. Beasley, pastor of the Fiist Church of tlie Naairci», a mixed chcrus composed of members oi both the boys' and girls' Blee clubs of llic scliool will sing niKler the direction of Miss, Mary Kiiuna Jtctid. A piano solo by Salllc Malhis will precede Mr. livrard's address. S. K. Ciurrcll, principal ol junior high school, will make tlie jiresen- tiilioii of unvircls following which W. D. McClurkin, siiperinlendent of tlie city schools, will issue diplomas to the graduating students. Members of the class are: Holjcrt Anderson, llillie Jean Abbott, M:ir- Bic Anderson, Mary Uabcock, liiolsc Barncii, Freda Mae IJanks, Jean Baxter, Edna Mae Bcsharsc, Alberta Erackin, Kayinond llcll, David Dcaiie, Ov.'di Brnslield, nonnlcl Brojitcn, Jack Chainblin, Shirley Covington, nubji Collier, Uoiothy Corlcw, Ann Crook, Florence Cr.iw- loril, Billy Carter. Wan-en Clark. Eveicltc Croilow, Billle ttiinon, Liira Uai-is, 'jylvescer ijorsey. Clarlund Horsey, Klhcl Mac EoenU, Donald KslPs, Joe Evrard. Rachiicl rors.vlhe, Effolenc Prcc- nian, Wniula Fislier, Eilnii L'-'e Ford, Charles Gray, Ifaywoocl Hardy. Ectiy Joe Ihu-gett, Max Harrison, D. D. llayiics, Dorothy Jean iiKOii. Virs'iiia Hill. Margnrct Holland, Carolyn Hood, ClcoiBc Iliibbard, Jcttye Claire Uuii- nian, Uulonuc Jaggers. Clarence Johnson. Bili.v Jonlx. Mac Lovelace, iVIlle \jathij, Josc]>h McCliire, Bobby McHancy, Betty of a jiorlloii of bone from his nose. He plans lo return lionic laic today or tomorrow. Charles Wafjster, of Cooler, underwent an emergency opcralion early today at (lie Walls hospital. Mrs. J. C. Kills, of Annorel, underwent a tonsilccloiny today al the Walls hospital. MM. Ral Morgan was dismissed from tlie Walls hospital today. Miss .Joyce Miller, of Joiner, was admitted lo Die St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. IJcrmnji Kpicer, o/ Luxora, Is a patient nt the Memphis Baplisl hospital. J. P. Holland is u patient at tlie Memphis Baptist hospital, having been removed there after having eone to Memphis Sunday to consult iv specialist. He more than a week. During 1937 new cars selling for less than $750 had a total of 2,040,-100 registrations as compared wltli for 1936. their cars and Join the crowd. 'Hie result often is a traffic jam and new hazards. THE MIUXE GARDEN STEAMER j r ~ ' When there is an accident or when something unusual lakes place, many motorists quickly pink In honor or Inide-elcct. Mis? Miss Rubye Brooks spent Jr., presided.- They wcru assisted ^ ccken(J !n BljlUcvlllc as in serving by Mrs.' Jamie Fox and 0( Ml53 L ' jls ^ tr>e Jcffriw. Mrs. Hugh Harberl. A musical program was presented during the aUernoon. Mrs R r,. B!aylo:k, Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton . Mrs. Joe G. Trieich- maim were in fharge of Rrrange- mcnts. • » • Bon Is Bom T» Fermrr l/»al Kecidcul Mr, 6ml Mrs. S. E. Vnil have re- '«!wl en annovmbcrnsnt of the blvt); oj a 'son to r.&, and Mrs. Luxora Society — Personal = Numbered among the series ol parties'; given Louise ' Hale, •wedding will lake place May 21 at 4:30 p.m. at the Presbyleriari church, Ojceoln, and Mrs. Jettic Urvcr, u recent bride of Osceola; was the one given Saturday af. tcrnoon in their honor by Mrs. Jesse Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Fay McHancy. of Parngoultl. In Hie Htoirn home on Calhoim avenue. The living room and music room thrown open to llic 2>1 guests were decorated with baskets and vases of golden gladioli; while and purple delphinium, and fern. Miss Hale and Mrs. Driver were Riven corsages of gardenias: A color scheme of sunburst yellow mid orchid was carried out in the lallics, Ihe salad plate Liuyitie a congealed fruit salad, •Hinrttvlcli and ice tea. Tlie iirizcs, lied ullli yellow nnd orcliid rib- bens, were awarded to Mrs, Jarz Johnston, a triple chromium ctui- rilo bolder, for hleli score; second liigli. linnd liJccked liucn toivcls. Mis,' Jumra Driver; low score, double deck of curds going lo "- E. S. CrlchncUI. The hono-' rrc: were prcsentcci g;ru. pottery v i'o In blue and white, lo miss' Hale, nnd a pair of boudoir lamps in crystal to Mrs. Driver. llic attest list included: Mr;. J?mrs Murphy Andrews and .Mrs. George Attains, of Little Rock; Mrs. Edward Scagrnves of Iligh- loucr; Mrs. Cliarlic Iflwrance. of tlrivcr; Mrs. llueh Craig, Aim Owighl Black-wood, Miss j n |i a Craitj, Mrs. James Driver. Mrs. fitly Bryant, Mrs. Godfrey Whltp. Mrs. Jazz Johnson. Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Mrs. E. s. Crihficld, Mrs. I,, D Marscy, Mrs. John Binford White Itea enest), Mrs. Milton Pope, and' Mrs. L. W. Walters, of Osceolu; Mrs. Sam Bowen. Mrs. Russell Bowen. Mrs. n. c. Langston. Mrs. Charlie Elllltigstey. and Miss Carrie Mae Hires, of Luxora. The last meeting of the P. T A. lor (lie year held in Ihe high a.hcol nutlltoriimi Wednesday af- ! term-on, included Ihe Insinuation icf ollicers by Mrs. J. J. Johnston. Mho retiring president, as the feature of the business session. I Miss Williams was leader of (be l nrcRrain, "We Pace Vacation." The {rhythm orchestra with Jc!m Cow;i», violinist, played the opening .-lent; Mrs. R. T. Bullew, secre- 'ary; Mrs. R. C. L«ngslon, trcas- irer. 'flic program consisted of a book •cpert by Mrs. B. O. Wilklns on 'Great Laughter" by Fannie llursl A contest wag held during the ;ccial hour. Strawberry shortcake '.\aj served. ' Aid J- - or Raclifloia Simglil | To marry this PASADENA, Cal. (UP) • -County { Harold Fowler McC'oimiik smmncr aio supervisors arc consldcrlii!; the t year-old millionaiic construction of a $50,000 counlyj chincry nuiiuiractuicrof C'hiiiii;,, concenli-aticm camp lor needy] lower photo, and his mine Aifiiii bachcloi-s. It would he operated Wllfnn, 35, former roulklsntc of along tht same linn ar, the- enmps Hie late Jean Hallow picluird rif the stato irllcf ntlmlnlstrnllonj nt (op. McCormirk h^ |, rr for unfmploycd Mnglf r,icn. ! nwrcied twice bctott. 'i,i"|| ir . • — i daughter ot the Oysters Eomeltmes form pearls! 'Soekcfcllcr and aromid tapeworms. l VValska, Polish sorrn .loin I). lo Gannci UIN1NG-- DANCING Special Dinners PLATE.LUNCH SHOUT OHD12KS Private Booths Qte^tcoe Qntil atid Club Ira Billing and .'ion, Charlie McMiilllns, Jane ilcdlin, llnrvcy Morris, Bill A-lorsc, Doris Aliiir, Sissy Bug(! Piislcy, Charles Parker, Milton Patterson. Bobby Peterson. nilly Sue Powell. Bobby Ann Purvis, Herman Cross Posey, Louise nice, Allen Rice, •Marjoric Rimer, Maxinc Reid, Sylvia Rcidnuui, T. D. niiodcs, Shirley Hosci-s, ly.-Roy Ross, Ila Rogers. Albert Saliba, Elliot Balibn, Mary Alice Scay, Juanila Shelton, Larry Shcpard. ley. t, Hays Spradley, Evelyn Shib- returned from Glascow. Ky., i'Yi- day night, having been callet there on account of Ihe dcalli cif his father. The (Junior claw of Luxoni I'.iuh school, accompanied by Mrs. Mar-,ha Poison and ccuch Saudcrsoi cclfbir.tcd class day at Rcclicot C-ake Friday. Miss Iva Crablrce spciji week-end in Memphis with Mr. and Mil;. Harliss Heed: Mr. and Mrs. George Slanford, ncconipanied by their daughter, Mrs. William Howard, are visiting their son. llcnry Stanford, of Tuisa, Okla. ... Mrs, clinrlic Spanti. of Memphis, visited i.:n-nt; former Lux- orsi frio:u!s Mosvlay while attending tu bunncss matters. Tlie Kc-i'. and Mis. L. P. Flcm- niing, accompanie.j- i;y Mrs. Charlie Mifllin, anil Mrs. Grovcr ,c. .Diher. were in Jotii-sboro i\fan- day night aKcnilins the gruduiu- tng exercises of Arknnsas Stat;- coIlCEr. or which their daughter. Miss Muesli; Fuc. is one of til 1 : year's prfiriiiule!:. Memi-'iis C'ollon CarniVHl visitors were Mi.«r. Carrie Mae Hires. Bob Gillispie, Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson, Mr?. R, L. lioiick and Charles Smith, Dill -Stovall, Wai- ! ler Stewart, Edward Thompson, I llcischcl Trotter, Louise Vance, Walter Webster, Edward Webster, i Eiunui June Webster, Mary Wright, 'Margaret WliHencr, Johnny, While, Vlrgic Youtij, alary Louise Crown,! Elizabeth Davis, E. L. Crouch. I daughter. Wade Mclfenry. Sleep AVnlkrr Kliouts Ki-lf PALO ALTO. Cal. (UP) —Billy Aicvcdo, lit. liiijh school athletic 'star, shot himself while asleep. While walking about his room he eililcr lell or bumped into a ~'J- calibcr rifle, the bullet striking him in the stomach. The wound was nol serious. Iteart Courier News Want, Ads. Laic Model Bargains Sacrificed for Quick Safe i!>37 ( lirvmkl Master I93II ('licvrnlrl Mnslrr Town SnUn 18SG Cbrvrrlfl Maslfi- willi It.nlio 19X1 Uimolcl .Master 1331 Foul V-s Tudor 50 Late Drluxr 5103 Drluxc S3M Cmcli 533,1 to.icli 5!75 ........ S17.1 Model rick-T/p and largo luirk.s n on l.nt till g (ivciy (J.M..\.L - . 1'a.vmcnl Pl N'llr. At the Hospitals Miss Jec-sie Lee Long, student j nurse at the Dlythcvillc hospital,] was admitted to (lie hospital yes- terday'as a patient. Mrs. Elan Brooks was rcmoral from the Walls hospital yesterday I co her home in a Cobb ambulance. Jess Homer underwent, an operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday for the removal WAKE UP YOUR BILE iracl—jlnii Von'llJump OulofStdu Ihe Mwning Iljiin' joGo K'lvU l.ilelnlo ranrboivrb ilnily. If ihiS bllt Is not llowmc freely, your [ooddocin'tdlcest II imt •:• {!,. bs..,.. c l,. <;„, |, 1oau „„' roiir rjjiniich. W col cnnstilmlc,]. Yoi* "•Mo system Is roisonwl and you fed tour. sunk nnd.the \vorM looks i-uuli Uio ca"™ C i"" vc ,J ll "-' vc ""'>' doesn't. E cl at i'f 1 ! 1 !! E '' vcr . p ' 1] s lo cct Ihe^c t\vo rounds oi Dllc HowinK. freely jiii,J njojto you fa-1 1 f tiV " ''"I" fujo nnythlnit e!«e- FOR Remember--- We Check Your LiKhtg Ballt-ry I'll Eli MOTOR CO. I'honc S10 Grand Gifts for Graduates "PuJr al '*' *''' MON. MAY THE EASTERN STAR Wilion Chaplei 432 tnnliullr iinitfi )•<>" lo ill MOON LIGHT EXCURSION Lv. San Souti landing,. ,9:00 pm (O>t .Ujjn Itighaar 3\'t »ir. tttov Oluole) •IkkdE ISC Juin tts jar H fully gnmf finief Sfecuaef Vaiiily Fair Gills Slcp-lns and Parities 79c & IL.15 CosUune Slips White and l j ink, some willi brassiere tops 12 & ,152.50 Gowns $1!,CO £aHu am] f'rcpc Cosluine Slips Tailored and lace trlnnwd, colors white and blusii. §1.95 lo 13.95 Crepe aii;l Satin Go\vns, Pajamas Tailored and lace tilmined. Pastel colors $1.95 1.0 15.95 Loimgimg Robes Crepe and Satin. Tailored and dressy, pastel colors $5 lo $10.95 Cotton House '("oats' i-'ecrsucker and Artcloth $1.95 & $2.95 Gowns, Pajamas Floral Batiste COITUS $1.CO Pajamas 51,05 Summer Bags Galore InnliKlJne While and Pastel, lincji with removable covers 11.00 & $3.95 White Soft tfallipr, with Uocskin Finish SJ.95 & ,52.95 All While and Mnlll-Colorcd \Vood Beaded Bags ^1.95, 12.95 13.95 Hanson Gloves White and Bl:ick. Navy and White cotntination, Fabric ;nul kid. All White Doeskin 32.95 All White Fabric 11.00 & $1.50 Handkerchiefs Sport. Allmioon &; Evening 25<> to 81.00 • Miss s Shop MISSISSIPPI SEKENADEBS Cnon'j Ftiiiaui Il-Fie:c Hoitlty I3an« B*n4 ROXY THEATER Added Attraction Sunday & Monday May 22 & 2:J Special News Reel s!i«-,v:ns Uii! people and activities ol' Blyllieville and Mississippi County. See'lf on tlitVJ screen. ) I'ltts feature picture Hoosier Schoolboy with Mickey Rooney I'M News and Comedy Admission lOc & 31c Sun. & MOII. n-ilj nut be l'»l D.iy.i or Nights at the Itoxy llii., week due lo the added atlractiun. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort.; v Admission Matinee lOc & Xy * Admission Night IGc & 36o * Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Weds. - Thurs. COLBERT -COOPERS BLUEBEARDS^ EIGHTH WIFE 'd ERNST LUBITSCH Adnmsion nrad'nrc 10 C & 26c NiglH We X: 30c TUESDAYS AHE 1>AL NIGHTS 2 admitted for the price of 1. ROXY nluay.i lOc * 2Cc Malincri Kat, «• Sunday Mplit shows— Box Office Open 7:00 l Sboivs start 7:15 p.m. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! Two Admitted lor ttie I'ricc oi I 'Main Event 7 with Robert Paige & Jacqueline Wells Alsn comedy

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