The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1939
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'PAGE-FOUR (AUK.) COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Tlckf t Will Admit W. i. Koscrs & Companion Bljtheville —to Uie— RITZ THEATER —to see— "Man In (lie Iron .Mask" Caknda THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Roland Orecn entcrtnlnliig former Wednesday Coniiact club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Chnrlcs Alford. Mrs. Ted King having Double Four Bridge club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs, Bee Hammock. Klccl Officers Cnrllyim Heart w;is elected president of the Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church which met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook Monday afternoon. Clhev .ofllcers chosen were: Sara Wiii-ringtoii. vice president; Blossom Graham, secretary; Winona Stircs, reporter ; Billle Caraway. social chairman; Lillian Reeves, program chairman. The meeting was opened ivith prayer 'by Blcssom Gralmni. Dur. Ing the social hour Mrs. Wcstbrook served refrcshmcnUs Iq tlic group which included three new members. Tile next, meeting will be Monday -at 3:30 o'clock at Uie home of, Mrs. Westbrook. • « « t Is Hcsless To Cluh Mrs. John Feathcrsl'.ii w»s hostess to members o[ her two liible bridge club and one guest, Mrs. */. E. Wilson, at a parly at lier home yesterday afternoon. After the bridge games, (he hostess served a salad course. Garden flowers vcrc arranged about (he home, • * • Has Birthday 1'arly Barbara Ann Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wallers, celebrated her fourth birthday Saturday afternoon wilh a party nt her parents' home in Yarbro. Twelve guests played games during the afternoon. Balloons and bags ot candy were given us fuvoi-s. Ice cream and birthday cake was served by »s. Walters who was assisted by. Mi's. Miltou Yarbro and Mrs. W. S. Fowler. . The Mat Comes Back Henry VIU is (lie name of Iliiv formal lifter- noon ,iml dmiioi hit oMilick \ehet, limit li (rimmed \M||I a/uio I'liic osliich fdlhu'i. It's shown wilh a matching muff mul a SHIIVC IjlacJc vrli-ct din. HIT dress. ns To SIccl A meeting of the Delyjhism :Ftiic Arts'groujj' has been •announced for Tuesday at ten o'clock at Hie Hotel Ncblc. A luncheon will follow tin morning session. • • * Blythcville Girl Is Chosen Cliccr Leader MIES Alice Salllja, a student at Arkansas State College at Joncs- horo, has ten chosen us one of the two girl clieer leaders al ttic college this year. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. A freshman at the college this year, Miss Saliba is majoring in physical education and music. Among other activities, she Is now participating in the tennis tournament being liclrl there. * ' * Gives liook Review Mrs. L. E. Baker, program chairman, reviewed the book, "He Took It Upon Himself." at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon at the church. Other number.'! were n reading of "The Highwayman," Alfred Ncye.s. by Miss Elizabeth McLean ami a solo by Mrs. Don Sutherland. Thirty-three members attended the meeting. lisr p.-trcnls, Mr. and Mrs Derrick. Mrs. Harry Keener of this and Mrs. Fred Keener of P-rtnge- vlllc .spent Sunday in East Prairie visiting relatives. Dr. and Mrs. G. c. Bishop spent Sunday In Cardwcll visiting Uielr mothers. Mrs. Bishop's mother turned with them (or a visit Bit,* of Newt Mostly Personal* Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Annslroim. of Hot fipihiKs, tire spcndinij week here, Mr. Armstrong i»;is liaiisfcned by (lie Arkansas Stale Police for service here during ti lc county fail'. Mcll Brooks Jr., of Little Hock, Is sHciidlnji this week hc-ic with his p.'irc-iits-. Mi-, and Mrs. J Well Caruthersville Society — Personal Udiy Nine Clill) Metis Miss Elizabeth Fields was hostess to tlhc Lucky Nine club whlcli met nt tlic home of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Ilibinsou Monday nijjht. Mrs. George Cook and Miss Mary Jane Corbel t «ere guests of the club. Mrs. Uos'rt itogers won high score piize. a lottery vase. Mis; Cynthia Robinson cut for consolation mid to the Lucky Nine club which met* won a lavue box cf cleansing tissue, Mrs. Cook was awarded miesl pit/.c, a linen handkerchief. 1 with relatives mid friends. ! Ml.v.s Mary June Ellis spent Siiti- j day in Memphis, I Miss Minerva Phillips spent Sim- j clay in Kcnnett. I Mrs. K. T. Waliwinii :l slkeslon visited In (he homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore Sunday. Miss Mary Frances Lcttwich spent Wednesday in Blythevillc where she acted as judge of the home <yo- nonlics exhibits at the Mississippi County Pair. The Rev. Wayne Omy left M:n- dny lor a four-day visit in St Louis. Bill Dorscy of .lellersou City was a week-end visitor here. Khiiron Tale nnri Mrs. Dor: thy Edwards spent Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. Iloyt Cain and Miss Vestal Essary went to Memphis Sunday and returned will) .Mrs, Cains .small nephew, Tern Farce, who will tin: Cain home for t.vo remain weeks. Misses b;l)yc and Cynthia Robinson, spent, Sunday Iii.Jilyllicylllc, Outwit Cluh Meets Mrs. R..E. Kent, was Ua-.icsy to he. .Contract rliih,.»t her home on Coltbh hvcimc liist 'Friday after- i Mrs. J. S. Wahl has'returned from 110:11. Mi.s. C. E. Watson and Mrs. \ Oklahoma City where sin- was Tunm- were guests. | tailed by the illness ol her bvothcr prwc. a hanging [lower who she i-oporis is some improved. by Mrs. J. w. | Mrs. Jchimic Ciarretl and clatigh- Tm-ncr was \ tcr, little Miss Kate, have returnee] Homer .Club ba.sket, was won Tipton. Mrs. Homer iiuiirdcd guest pi-ten, ii gin's cran- [ from Memphis, where Miss Kate berry dish, and Mrs. A. B. tthoilcs, hus been a patient nl f won bridgo. a d:uble deck of cards. ] hospital. The htislcss served fnilt drinks i Mrs Prank luring the afternoon and later jnck Barnes icmcmiulc ice cream and cake. j au d Tommy St. Joseph's Circle Meets A Panorama of Missouri" wns tiic theme cf the Una Roberts Law- Bnrncs, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter. Judy, Scales of Kemiett, visited in Cnruthersvillo Tuesday afternoon with the former's mother, Mrs. G. II. Edwards. Mrs. R. M, HnUibnrUn and Circle meeting which- was held dnushlcr, Mona .lean. Mrs. Charles at thei BniHisl cliurch Monday even- j olllss nnrt K(m . JImms , M ,.,. w Jf _ ng. Mrs. S. C. Stcphnn. «lm was' Aulrar.c and Mrs. Herbert Frick In clmrgc of the meeting, gave the M of Kennclt, wcu; guests Wcrt- introaiiciipn. "The Word of th, m , S(hly „, Mr , Jo)lll L .,,, r of (hj , Hour. Miss Nellc Lee Dorr:h spoke e jt y on ••The Desert of the Lost"; Mrs. | M ' f . , UKl Mvs WM M . lUhcws ;UK Virgu Dav,s "Who Will Answer?"; »,„„„ Oa^hlw, Wi 5 gie. rcturn« Mrs. Viola YounR, "A ParaDIc"; and Mcmiay -f rom Ncv , - bOr ic a n.s, I/, MIVT: T.llll'^li Mi^\-(iiM- .I17n 'T'^-l* n _:. J ' Second in Scries Of Programs Is presented Miss Cordelia Wiitiilc was leader o! Ihe second in Ihc scries ol llncc state missions programs which tire being presenied this week at the First Baptist church for members of the Woman's Missionary Union. The final program Is this after- ill on. "Love's Threefold Ministry' \vas Uie program subject. 'Hie foilov.ino lalks were matte: "Teaching Them To Observe All Things", by Mrs. Hubert Haulk; "Tcacliing Ilic Bible an-J Training For Church Member- ship'' ty Mrs. M. T. Burr; "Teaching Missions", Mrs. c. E Edds-i '-Teaching Tlie Youth". Mrs. Bill Bradhcrry. Mrs. Waller Bishop gave Ihc devotional on "Our Love For Co:l", A s:lo. "My JCMIS. Tis Now" «as Ming ay Mrs. Harry Frilzius w'no was accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart. Piaycrs v.crc oflercd by Mis. John Ducluman and Mrs C. B. Johnson. Ue GucUh, lit dub Mrs, .E, P. Blomcycr mid Mm. 3icl!iird Dickinson v.crc guests of ivtrs.,_A. O. Hall ycslerday alter-! noon when she entertained members of the Tuesday CoiHracl club with n parly ot licr home. - For decorations, garden flowers were arranged - about Ihc liiusci .Refreshments wcve ierved al Ihc conclusion of Hie fames. Among tlie club members. Mis. B. F. Potter wns high scorer ai Mrs. John C. McHancy, sccoi high. Guest prize went to Mrs. Hlouieyor. Son Is Named Miss Lillian NicV.ens. "He To'k it On Himself," Al Ihc rinse of !hr. nrctlng mi nllrrinj for stale missions was taken. .ttlly Nine (:iub Members of Din Jolly Mne dub gaHi«c<i fit, Ihc home of Mrs. Wit- lard rtusscll ;,t n a y t j Minulny niuhl lor Ihcir regular meeting. Mrs. t.ynwn Held was a Euesl. First pii-,:e. tv.'o linen sucst towels, wns- awarded (o Mrs. T. K. Mis:; S*an Nsvyior won one limn yuesl lov.-cl as second prize. imd Mrs. Reid's guest pri/c \mt tu-o linen snorts handkerchiefs. At the clo.,0 cf liie evcnini!, Mrs. Russell served a salad and dessert course, lliild \\-riui-r HO.XSI About forty mcinhrr- of lln- .Senior Lc;i!.!ire n[ Ihc Mclii'dist church went, to Mr.I-arliind rmk at Hayli Monday iiljtil iilicrc llif-y held a weincr roii.l, Thr Rev. \V. I.. Miyr-r nc';oinpanicil (lie yruup. j Mrs. J. iv Ofiihom h;r> relumed Ircm Hickiiinii. Ky.. vUicrc she !I;K, i silent the im:;l momh visillng her daughter, Mrs. C. w. Curlin. Mr. and Mrs. Ely f-aphian an:l daughter ami Mr. 0[ ,,i M rs . .; a t;c Bernstein M'eni Sunday in Mumris. III., visiting ni ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrschcl tin-horn. Carson Dubcny. ion of Mr. nnd Mr:,. \V. J. Dubcny. ai rived in CM- intlicrsvillc Horn Grccnflclil. Tcnu., la^t v.cck and tat actcplcd 'a position at Cryslci-Mallhcv.i Or-.c.-ry. John VanAiu.fiall Jr. lcl! Momliiy inorninj for N T a:.|ivillr, Tcnu., lo complete Ills senior 1 y'caV at Vanilev- bill University. Mr. nntl Mrs. (.»;<!FI;H (Jrcira <f iiollanil were CurmlicibVillc visitors Sunday. Mis J. Ii. Mwirc, Mrs. Ivcrscin Michlcanil Mrs. Minnie I.rr Tucker ,cd Ln. They were accompiinlcd f)y Mrs. Matthews' parents. Mr. and Mrs. it. W. Graves t. f llatiicsbui-!!, Miss., who will visit in their home. Mrs. Nyna Blnkeimjrn sprat S'.iii- dnv in ijonath. Mrs. I.loyd Itn^rr:, visited in Blylhcvltlc Monday »l the home ol Mrs. Tom A, Little mid Mrs. )•;. K. Stanley .spent yesterday in Mcnipbl.s. ', J. M. Smart Jr., who lias- breu i nmlorgoini; ircntmeiHs and otecrv- : alien at the Memphis Duptlst hospital Is expected to return home' icmorrow. Examinalions revcali-d thai libs illness was not malignant; as was at first believed, iind he is" now much Improved i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl and son, i Ralph, and daughter. Miss Olive.' left lodiiy fcr Evansville, iml.i where they will attend the funeral I of Mr. Walil's aunt, Mrs. A. E.I Swopc. They plan lo return 'this weekend. Eugene Dickinson Is expected lo return tonighl from Chicago wlieie he has been allcnding ihc nall.nal American Legion cunvcnllon. Mrs. Charles L-. Wyllc, Mra. Roland Greene, Mrs. l.oy Welch and Mrs. nines 13. Clark spent yesterday in Memphis. They were accompanied by Mrs. . A. Pigg, ot Osccola. , Mrs. Charles Cri^gcr r., nnd Mvs. Eddie [tegcnold spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. E. L. Hale «-as called t: Wliitcstiurg, Tcnu., Sunday bichiise of Ihc dealh o! her mother. Her mother died Sumlny morning after an illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Hate had been down tliere with her, but had returned home when her nirthcr became boiler. Mrs. ohn Merrill and Mrs. W. M. Wallace, of Wilson, spent today I-T" as c,".:ests of Mrs. Wallace's d!ii|j|i- ter, Mrs. Ed Williams. They came especially to attend the Mississippi County Falnbelng held- at Walker Park this week. Russell Phillips ,aiid Hmiimi Cruocli attended to business in Memphis yesterday. FLAPPER FANNY WEDNESDAY, SkTTKM BEK 27, ' Sqiiiue Garden rodeo, New York, such us ttoiicn where Joan of Arc "Here's n veal show girl one who was tried and executed, an ancient Is not afrnld to take a chance, and fortress built by Caesar and ills on the- b.icl; of her famous horse cchcrls vvlilo hwn,s then being used Moire, for which she paid $500 by the Kreuch for (heir defense, when Mill a c:ll. she will provide and medieval churches. He went a host ot thrills. • lo ChaumoiU, Ihc A. E. P. general "Vivian White is another Okla- ' headquarters, and on to the front jomaii, hailing from Kiuywood, just a 22-year old. freckled faced, cm-ley headed youngster who with her sister runs a .sin-cud ol her own down in her home stall!. Last year she won (he title of champion trick rider at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo and that contest- is the daddy wf them nil and all (lie stars j and told compete there. Last winter she! t'-'lio were won Ihc lille of champion bucklm; liorse rider of Ihe world at the Miidison Square Garden Ifodco. :-he is a real American cowgirl, | wlioli'Komo and iieaiilifnl bill n | I ftiil wlio ha.s found out lhal the i with the 9C(h division in the St. Mihie! .sector, back lo a clenriivj section nnd reassignment to iiis old oulfit. Following the armisUr.o he was again detached and sent lo Brest to report lo General Smedley Uul,- world is a braiilirul pliiro lo live in. providing you can tiovcrn it yourself as far as you are con- corned. Slit- has a horse called j "Clover" which she has ridden .sev- j f nil years and she has her mount ivltli her here." nodco pro.-jiajns an; Tnefday nlslil. Wednesday afternoon, Thui's- j dny afternoon, Friday night and ' Sunday night. r,- :.:::- i^_!,Capt. MoOfC Describes "Of course, I thought you'd got lo wear a uniform! How CM 1 know ;i sfrgcant at arms is just A bouncer.' '• Jays Girls Arc No Weakling Even At B ! f roiicu jdS) \Vlio ever of women In It was, who, speaking wilh tile sweet and keep right on Experiences Overseas Cayl. Norman F. Moore, save a .syncp-!s of his .sevvicc will! Ihc A. E. I-', at a mcfling of th? Diul Cnson of thr American Legion ill. (lie Hut last night. This is- the firft in a scries of talks lo to made by various members ,111 "Some of My Experiences During li<" L-ist War." Durlii» (he business session. Commander Don Edwards appoiiu- r-d n committee which WHS nu— thoriasd to install n licntiu; system In the Hut. Members of the „„,.,.. general, referred lo tryins. They rope and ride with i crmmittre are: Flovd A While 'hem as lie weaker sex", certainly (he same business like coolness of chairman. C A Cumiinelmm Les- had a chance at first hand tb» fearless pioneer women who i in- Craiz. Nrill Reed and HI, helped In Ihe winning of the West J.W.sell. Tlie group also ducnssfd nun Uuil niiikcs tliem champions, j the bcoth at the fair planned "They wouUi be champions in I jointly by the American Legion any ether field ol endeavor that and ihr N:\Uonnl Guard, con-1 llicy happened to i-lio3,se. for liley Capt. Moore described lio'.v, will) icqiialntancoship with the majority of our rodeo cowgirls. Other- v.'irc he would n:t have let mat cbsoi-vnlloii escape his mouth, and clicscu some other topic oi veisalion for most of the pro-; have Ihc intestinal fortitude that bripbt {.old second lieutenant bans icssionni cowgirls arc very nb!c lo it tai;cs to reach the top anywhere ™ '»« shoulders (the first pair of take it, according to Alice Adams,. II just happens lhal they lilts their kind to fee worn in Ihe armyi Jioiico rider of tlie rodeo here [or] horses and cattle raising and hc started from New York with [breaking test ami have elected-to a plr >up nf sto other officjrs for been nroinul the rodeo follow tlte rodeo contest as a pro- ; France via the route around tiie same for quite n few years, I have j fecslon. Don't lose sHit of the fact UC;IU; ™ ^V of Ireland, been n brouc rider, and a pretty I that ncue of these rodeo's events I A1 LeHavrc, France, he besan one if I do say so myself, i are singed affairs. Everyone of tlie| lr ' 5 wandering over Europe '••— lance, having bcrii detached his organization, sent to the fair. "I have 0 ~™ «..^ ,, t UVJ ^, y .,„ inysen.iare singed allairs. Everyone of the -'^ and I have never yet been atlc to: girls pays an eutiy fee'to compete' free discsrii any of the girls shewing j and a chance lo" win the prize; frcm the slightest evidence of bciiijj I money thai is ottered in Uie vuri- afrai;l oi man, beast or devil. l!y j O us events that. 1 don't ^iean tiic girls arc! -rake Pauline Kcsbltt foe in- Inu-d and tough but they arc just t r.tance. She Is an example of a auc- iiiiiiuinc to fear and if you do not ccrsful rocico contcstsnt. She is u some of Ihe slock! run who is about. 21 years old. an;l At The Hospitals Illyllicrillc hospital Shirley Pcurl Smith, city, dismissed, iMempliis St. Joseph's lio.spitul Vcilon Caslccl. Cnruthersvillc, admitted. -Mcmpliis AJclliodist linspilal Mrs. j. L). Harper, city, admitted. Mrs. M. S. Mirlck. Slcele, admitted. Bom lo Mr. and Mr.s. 1,, c. Jolly, Wil.son, a daughter. Mcmiillis Baptist lm.s|iil;\l W. H. Dycss, Lnxorii, admitted. believe Ihat Ihcy have to handle are more devil limn beast yon had better come lo Ihe fair and get an eye full of hew the gals handle themselves under lire, she said. "We have about the Mggrst 'I'cxvtlcr pull' lineup thai, ha.s ever been gathcrcil together for a single event, and among ihcm the loji notcli performers in bronc riding, wild horse ridliw. bullclogginy, calf roping us well a:; trick riding, and fancy ropers. "All of the cowgirls have learned llielr profession Hie "hard way". They have taken many nasty spills, suffered broken cellar bonne, and broken'legs iind arm too, while try-1 1115 to reach the top. Bui come' what may they lake the bitter. tchcol and made a communications ofiiccr. During Ivips across France lie vinitcil many historical points callable of making somewhere between SIO.CUO a year out cf ro:lco wcrli. Pnulluc lias her own ranch of about 1000 acres at si, Okla., where she raise* Ilerford entile iwe call 'em white face:; (iown there) thoroughbred horse.', and Brain. She is a real business woman yet she finds time to contest in rocieos because she likes llin sport. Today, she is the world's, undisputed chainptr.n tiick and! Innr.y rider, and has been Iho spot! light star at the Annual Madison | (JAW) Of THANKS We desire to our heartfelt thanks to our mauy friends f-i- Ihcir kindness and, tender sympathy (luring the illness, nml death of our beloved hiisbanri and father. Mrs. C. L. McCain & children. PiESCSIPTiOfiS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Beat Price* IKirby Drug Stores Haul Ccurier News v.ant nils. J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optomc- Irist in Blythcville. Glasses I-'illcJ Correctly ONE OF4NATU]1|'S GREATEST AIDS Fl)R BABY'S HEALTH i* tllC liill'l .if icsl I-;- ,:„ Imlicd (>y iu-In'iiK, tiunii:iK li'iliu-iu ll-.c many irriUilinn- llial are likcl lorlnrc ilia Iciuicr skin. 'IhciJ'.s ivliy l?-ib)-'x :.l.'i)i at all liinrs lite l-est i art; .nut ^vtiti:: (i -lutilhcr can [;ivc iL ,\iul iludV v. llion.^nula of wise iiH^thcrs~--aflri 1-1 i and every rlnmgc ot clothing o; din i ---('onnl on ibc rc,il niC'licjtct] of Mc.\i(,i:i Ili'.-it 1'owilcr. Sootluair .-nt'l cfoti'iir Mc\iY'Hi U: I'uwtlc-r rcli'^\cs ivntn'.i'>a jud «.hitii And it oiler* rc.ii Ucl\i I Ihuvc further UKgruvavio'i-. «i \vSit-li may Ic.vl lo sc\-?re di>«ni ]!.•» !xi:c i^cxtra lij'Jil arni sfx»'Si": it ronl.'ifus no IciUmil at cill. I'o l>cl^cru»y\ skin anil i. |.;'{ici i f.KC^ likclv Uj tiiafc. .Most Htvles will keep ywtfmh a!! d<?y around tlic -inhlc v.-on't liic heel .illo'A- [v\] (rccilein for toe rJo r.ol bifid across she ItjSi of il:c . arul Tex cnsily wilti c.icii JiL«p. Their ivc vOirnr.icuin features prevent 1110, promote bil-jncccl. pisturc. aiul rc- ll siiaiu. They'll £i\r yo',i style ,Tl its jr.-.i antl ioinfort .Tl its peak. Our expert filter^ me icculy to ^how you ilic w«ty to foot lic.Vitit. Icr. who made him a mess oftir.-r him that (lie soldiers to be sent back lo '.h« slates would all pas-s through their camp and have lo be fed. Fourteen large kitchens capable of fetdine a thousand troops in an hem- were established. I!c was the last ofiiccr or Ahifr- • motored lo IVitasevlllo .Sunday and tluit ii [ «nnf:'i|. aivl ickYvn '" visited Mr. and Mis. f-uhcriy Pink- (lie tin Hire of even pri< Uy heat r^hr, 111 ! ley. inJ <Ii,i«r ra-.h. j Mr. mul Mrs. l-' Kstcs iinO \ daujliler. Mi:-s ImogEiie. ol (he j Carlclon ciniiinunlly. Micnl Huirlay kin,: Hiram Austin, Sunday, Sept. " M ' r6 . ji mmit H(ml ol M „ 10,-has been named Gene Allen. Al . x ., spent Sunday Here vSlng ,\»:r I ' (.tcl Nlc\u\ni 1 Ywir ^hy)c Ijmiiy i\J1) foil for liiT'J, Ijiitniii^ Ico'.'tir.H ( i^ir>. gitcl'r rjtslt, tlidfc-s .ukl tuit,\ttyi tlutliing mul cxciri-c. Y<ni t JLI l..iiy o trial fci^c of Mexicjii tic^t t'o\vdcr'lor u fc\v cciiU ul any-jdrug or lOvi iloie, The liiglMioon charm of Sweepstakes — the nonchalance of its turned down brim, the gay challenge of its pointless pyramid crown! """' Your fingers wiii love its fur-fc-Jt softness '-. . . Your eyes will adore its lustre and tlie vibrancy of iis rich colors . . . and YOU'LL revel in the fact that it's unique)y yours , , . because like all Brew- stcr H.iis it's only to be had here!. Other Hvewslcrs S.'UHI io ¥(i.(KI;\V YOKK STORE ican to leave Franc? mnl iificr hn nil);; over tlic "key;:" to Ihc FrcKfli liovi'i-inuent, 'he arrival back in th? Unllcil States aft»r the war had been over for .several months. Hn returned ly lilytho- vilic in lime to attend the first meeting iiucl formailon of the Uuil Cnson Post 2-1. Everything' for your enler- tainnicnl and comfort. Watch Society Pag* Of Courier Kewi Foi Free Show Gae»ti Alsn Paramount Nows niiESinn Matinre NiShl Ilic * Me reasons Ynti Shuultl A I ( c n il iMulince or Ni^-Iit § 5 5 S 5 5 Maflncci Fri.-.S>t.-Sun. Admt^ion atwajs lOc & We I ue.-Wei-Thar, PAL NIGHTS 1 ailtntttr.rt fir Illp price or I LMGH WITH THE LOOHf WITH THE MELAUCI.'Oiy JOKE WITH THE mroi;s

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