The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 7, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNK 7, 1940 oan Bombolaski Wed o Donald F. Walter Miss Jowi Bombolaskl, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bombolaskl. «came tb« bride of Don«ld T. Valter, son of Elmer Walter of Mrs. Caudle Hostess With Dinner Party Mrs. Ralph Candle was hos'.'=r-< last night with a dinner parly honoring the out-of-town guests here for the wedding of the former Mt;s iermantown, Md., In a'ceremony j Joan Bombolnski to Donald P. W«l •nuig, 9 o'clock, at thi the Immaculate Con hicsday morning. S o'clock, at the ter, solemnized Tuesday nt th ~on •' Church of the Immaculate Conc'jp- Jhurch ol reptlon. The Rev. Paul Bujarski, assistant pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony In a Nuptial Mass n the presence of relatives ami Mends. Forming a setting for the wedding party were baskets of hydrangeas, dahlias,' roses and snapdragons. The kneeling bench was of v.hits satin and gold braid. Sister Mary Delores, organist, anil (ion. Mrs. Caudle entertained nt the home of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Joe Bombolaskl. 604 South Franklin. The lace dmiied (lining ta'n!i where guests were served was iTn tercii with a white cnke with the Inscription "welcome hack." Guests of honor were Miss Han Bach and Miss Frances Bnch. both of Iiulcvlllc. Ky,, and Mrj. Joe Kiicter of Panama. To Hold Services I s Entertained Mrs. Mike Bombolaskl, vocalist, jresented a program of nuptial nusic. Sister Delores played "Moth-1 :r, at Your Feet is Kneeling, ,[},, [\| rs Herman LfOSS •Mother Dear, Oh Pray for Me", J 'Oh Lord, I Am Not Worthy" and Bits of News Mostly, Personal Klnla Dswson, to Donald C, Aid-1 pliis Baptist Hospital, has been! rich. The weddinK was .solemnized removed to the home of her daugh- at lh« First Methodist Church of .ter, Mrs. Prank LeiglHon, there. Marked Tree with the Rev. John A. She will return to the hospital with" Womuck, pastor, officiating. | In a few days for further treat- Mrs J I.ouls Cherry Is spend- merit. Miss Janet Henderson of Dell is guest of Mr. uiul Mrs. Arthur Rushing, 512 North llth. The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway, formerly pastor of first Presbyterian Church here and later at Osceola, spent a short time yest- terday afternoon here with friends. He now Is pastor of the First Joe P. Pride has entered the i Veterans Hospital in Memphis for treatment, having long been in 111 health. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Holt. Mrs. Leonard W. Holt Jr., and daughter, Cheryl Lee, and Paul Johnson, of Kast St. Louis, will arrive tomorrow to spend the weekend here. The Holt family will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Nonls and family and relatives of accompanied Mrs. Bombolaskl when Elic ssing "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Rose Bombolaskl. sister of the bride, was her maid of honor, nnrt the bride's brother, Mike Bom- hclaski, was Mr. Waller's best man. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a crystalline silk inousseline de sole over bridal satlu. Mrs. Herman Cross played bridge yesterday afternoon with members of Entre Nous Ctub when Mrs. E. R. Dickinson entertained the group with a dessert bridge party. The Dickinson home on Highway Gl South was dccuraled with roses and swectpeas. During afternoon bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. John ing two weeks in Helena with relatives. Mrs. M O. Usrcy Is 111 Macou, Miss., as the (,'iicst of her daughter, Mrs. odell Handel's, and Mr. Sanders, und will also visit relatives In liirinliiBham and Fayctte. Mfss. Jesse Taylor, W. J. Wimderlich, Philip J. Weer and Chester Caldwell attended lo business yesterday in Little nock. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mel Brooks. 618 West Main, have as their (juest. Mrs. John C. Hartley of New Orleans. Mr. anil Mrs. S. T. Garrett and daughter. Mary Ella, of Horatio. Ark., arc here as guest of Mrs. Garrett's sister, Mrs. a. V. Daws, and family. 914 Heavn. Mr. Garret.!formerly wns principal of Junior High school here. They also will visit friends In Leachville. The Uev. and Mrs. W. W. Kwyzer of Columbia, Miss., will arrive here lomorow to be guests of Dr. and Mr Holt and Mr." Johnson will visit Mrs. C. F,. Wilson, 720 West Ash. his mother i'Hie Rev. Mr. Kwyzer was formerly Mrs Robert E Lee King of P aslor of pivsl Ba l )Usl Church here. Cleveland M!.L,.wi"leave "sun- They plan to be here n week, day for East St. Louis to visit her i Billy Slierrick has gone to Mem- Presbyterian Church of Columbia Miss. Critically Injured in a traln- of the^ many requests the local club's quartet received when they ippeare<| on nioram first al the •!09 member breakfast, in the Arlington Hotel and laler appearing at.the Club Belvedere where they .sang several numbers, Mem- i bcrs of the qunrlct arc Cliiford King, Orin Green. Robert Townsend, and Robert Killian. Visitors Wednesday were: Rep. Le c Heaiden, Leuchvllle.; E. C. Swarms of Nashville, Tclin.; T. H. Donaldson, of Jonesboro; Lester A. Lamb was admitted to Ihe club ns a member. Plans were completed for automobile accident some time ago, | "Womanloss Wedding" which The sweetheart neckline wns floun-; Fostcr lllu) sceo nd liich to Mrs. ccd with a picoted edge fluted rut- K 0mcr Wilson. tie which extended over the shoirt- [ ... der. coming to a decollete dip '» ]\jf; U H n <:tr><;<; the buck. The long sleeves .were MVHSS HUey HOSICSS buttoned from th e elbow to a point. J Q J^QQ^ Q u t>, GllCst over Ihe wrist. | The bouftam smrt was trimmed MJ.SS Bendonna llncy wns hos- willi a wide ruffle at the hemline Hess yeslerday afternoon to mem- wliieh fell into voliunlnlous folds jbers of Friendly Rook Club and one extending into a Cathe'dral train, oilier guest, Mrs. T. O. Hucy. extending into a Cathedral train. | M,. S . E rj. Chitwood was awarded imported illusion fell from a tiara,high score prize In afternoon rook of pearlised orange blossoms. Chaplain Cicrcn C. Roberts of Pilot Point. Texas, major In the U. R. Army, will be guest speaker at thr: evangelistic meetings beginning Sunday at the First Church of the Niiv.iuene, 301 South First. The meetings will continue through Sunday, June 10. Returned servicemen will be guests of honor --.I the Sunday morn- Ing services, Sunday School nml morning worship, 'und will sit In a body, the Rev. F. W. Nash, nnsloi announced. has recovered except for in- uries to his eyes which causes cross vision. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay, 1702 Hearn, have as their guests Mrs. Seay's niece, Miss Betty Saxon and Miss Joyce Forbes, both of M-.'ni- phis. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp, Mr. und Mrs. L. E. Norris of Lincolnton, Ga., here with relatives, and Mrs. R. E, Blankenshlp spent today in Memphis. to be presented at the lilt?, and New Theatre In Manila Friday night of this week. Heaviest Man World's heaviest man was Daniel Lambert, who weighed 739 pounds when he died at the age of 3!), He iiacl a 102-inch waistline, despite leading an active, athlttle life. Manila Lions Receive Reports on Convention MANILA, Ark. June man Osborne, president She wore a string of pearls and carried her first Holy Communion white Prayer Book, topped with a white orchid. Her maid of honor wore a light blue gown of net over taffeta with a bouffant skirt and long sleeves, fashioned along the same lines as the bride's dress. -Her hat of straw braid was of matching blue and she carried a bouquet of pink roses. Following the ceremony, a recep. tion was held at the home ol the bride's parents. The tnble was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a three- tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Mrs. Her- man Lane, Mrs. Sterling Martin and Mrs. Ralph Caudle presided su the table. . Following the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Walter left for a wedding trip to New York city before they go to Rochville, Md., to make their home. For traveling, th e bride wore a grey -garberdine suit with black and white accessories and n white orchid'pinned at the shoulder. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Miss Lillian Bnch and Miss Frances Ann Bnch, both of Louisville, Ky. * • , • Mrs. Norval Humphrey Has Her Club, Guests games and second high went to Miss Williams Graduates From fassifotn School daughter, Mrs. Samuel P. days here and Hies nother Norris nnd family. Misses • Frances and Patricia Innehowcr, of Osceola. will arrive his afternoon to be the overnight Manila Lions club tor the delegation 7—Vardl- of the daughters. Mrs. Leonard W. Holt phis to lie with his parents, Mr. Htubcrl Bottom, and fain- and Mrs. R. L. Sherrlck, formerly viic ^ reB ^ lu , 1 lllali .^^imeu after having been guest of,of Blythevllle. after spending lour t he State convention held in Hot with his grandparents. I springs. June 2 and 3, gave a re- and spokeman that attended E. Wilson. Mr. was I Merged, Dr. and Mrs. C. Sherric^ recently '«>m the Navy. Condition of Mrs. S. L. >orsythe, guests of Maureen Norris. They are who has been quite ill at the home omlng e.s|Kcially for the pn'rty of her daughter, Mrs. J. Mel Brooks, Miuuccn and Gary Muson are hav- 618 West Main, Is improved. g tonight at The Hut. I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Norris of Hartley Hays has returned from Llncolnton, da., arc visiting rela- Marked Tree, where he was best lives here. nan Sunday at the wedding of Mrs. Ilrownic Storey, who has his slster-ln-lnw, Miss Martha Vir- been undergoing treatment at Mem- port to the local club at the luncheon Wednesday. "Manila's H de- llgates at the cMivenlion" Mr. Osborne said "gave our club the largest representation of any club In Mississippi County. We were greatly honored by having Lion K. c. Plecnian and Lion William Boiowsky from this club appointed on the nominating committee and election committee respectively." In Ills report, Mr. Osborne toUl Complete Outfits for the Little Stranger and for Little Folks up lo <i years Choose Your lce;i(]iiiK From Our Well Stocked I.KNOINC: LIIIKAKY TOT SHOP I'linnc 2308 105 South Second Miss Hucy. Rooko was awarded Mrs. R. A. Copchind. The hostess served refreshments of sandwiches with Iced drinks. Mrs. Cox Entertains Alpha Beta Bunco Club Mrs. F. C. Cox was hostess yesterday nflernoon lo members of Alpha Beta Bunco Club and one oilier guest. Miss Frances Marsh. The home was decorated with II- Miss Virginia Williams has ar rived home from Pnssifcrn School, Hendersonvllle, N. C., where she was graduated Monday, and will spend the Summer at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Snm H. Williams, and daughter, Martha Ellen, who attended the Commencement exercises. A student at this school four years. Miss Williams received numerous honors. She was president of the Athletic Club, a member of '.he Vesper Cabinet, business manager of the annual "Sapphire", vice president of the Dramatic Club and secretary and treasurer of the National Thespian Society. ger lilies and corn flowers. When bunco was played, buncn prize went to Mrs. J. T. Hickman. high to Mrs. Ebb Heynolils and I low to Mrs. Herman Turner. The hostess served « dessert course with iced drinks. Shc is to attend Mary Baldwin College, Stnniiloii, Va., where she plans lo major in medicine. At The Hospitals | uhe used to pay *15 for a permanent- Mrs. Norvnl Humphrey entertained last night with a bunco party for members of GNB Club and three other guests, Mrs. Charles Razor, Mrs. Wayne Oxfortl and Mrs. Ed cook. The Humphrey home. 501 East Cherry, was decorated with roses. Mrs. W. C. Colston won high .«:core prize in games and bunco priz e went to Mrs. Oxford. Mrs. Razor was awarded low. The hostess served a snlad plate with punch. • • • Holts Parents of Son .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holt are parents o f a son born yesterday morning at- Walls Hospital. ' Their first child, he has been named Robert Louis Jr. Mrs. Holt Is the former Miss Virginia Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Coolc of Gosnell. Mrs. C. W. Afiiick Has Her Club, Guests Pink hydrangeas and pink roses in the C. W. Affllck home, 203 North loth, formed a setting for members of Thursday Bridge "lun yesterday when Mrs. Affllck entertained the group with a three- course luncheon. Guests were Mrs. R. H. Klrny and Mrs. M. B. Vonderau of Helena, hoiueguest of her daughter, Mis. John P. Fields, and Mr. Fields. When bridge was played during U». afternoon, high score prize wont to Mrs. A, G. Little and second high to Mrs R. F Kirshner. Mrs " Vonderau was presented a gift by her hostess. ntyllievlllc HosfUal Admitted: Mrs. Wllburn Burgett. Stccle, Mo. Mrs. H. D. Jackson, city. Dismissed: Orovre Canada, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Imogenc Norrid, Hayll. Mo. Born lo Mr. and Airs. Robert Holt, city, a son yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Griffin and son, Manila. Mrs. L. E. Wyatt, Caruthcrsvillc, Mo. Mrs. J. L. Sloan. Steele, Mo. Kenneth Wayne Burnett, city. Memphis Methodist Hospita Admitted: Vivian Dell, Bnssott. Jerry Grcenway, Cnruthcrsville. Mo. Memphis Kapflsl Hospital Admitted: Bill Shippsn, Osceola. Bruce Kiucnid, Osceola. Boosted Attendance The Methodist church of Currituck, N. c., uses a motor bus to make the rounds ol the town every Sunday and to take members to church Distinctive Greeting Cords and Gifts for Father's Day SoMky, Jane 16th (HFT SMP Another "From Me to You Letter" from Harry Fritiius. _ Now she gives herself a wave at home On Sale at WOODS DRUG STORE West Main Our THREE Expert Watchmakers Can Give You QUICK SERVICE Our Watch Repair Department staffed with^threc Experienced Watchmakers and we're ready to give you Quick Service on Your WATCH REPAIRING. They're familiar with all makes. For Prompt Service Bring Your Watch to PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER Main at Second St. (Note: Your writer wrote the following "The Winnnh," in its entirety. Saturday, Muy 25, before 8 o'clock in the morning. The Incidents of the "play" were bused altogether upon Hit: news of that morning as it appeared In Uie morning paper. Thus when this article was written, the railroad strike had not yet been called off, President Truman had not made the speech which he nuule ut 3 o'clock that afternoon, the radio announcer hud not interrupted his spcccli with an announcement of the termination of the strike, Uie group of senators had not accused Mr. Truman with fore-knowledge that the strike would be called off at the time It wns, nor with collusion with the heads of the Railroad Brotherhoods as they (lid within a day or two later, neither had Mr. Lewis won His strike as is suggested In the following. Your writer had shown the article to several of his friends hours before any of Ihe above named evcnls had come to pass.) THE "WINNAH" As Shakespeare so aptly said: "The Play's the Tiling." and so. dear reader, we lake you behind the scenes in the closing act. of the great "drantmer" so that we, the stnndbys, and extras, may have a "key-hole" view of the main actors in these tensely .ha- miitlc closing moments of that great ,p!ay entitled, ,','Mr. Truman Gels Tough." Wo see that well known "Adviser" nnd "Pnlchcr-iipper" for the great ones, the wise und nimble Mr. Jimmy Byrnes. Uy his side sits the hard working "go-between" Mr. Secretary of Labor Schwcllenbach. Facing them, knees touching, sits the Leading Man of the play, none other than the care-tree. "EverylWng- will-coiiie-ont-alright-if-you-don't-da-any thing," Mr. President Truman. These three great and wise men are In low-toned, almo.-t whl'spcrcd conversation. Mr. Byrnes is speaking earnestly: "Harry, I knnw that 'everything will come out alright if we don't hurt anyone's feelings; but T just looked over the latest secret Gallup Poll and your popularity has dropped alarmingly from your last report of 61% to V- of 1%. I tell you something hns lo be done. Of course we know that the people don't understand, but they all think that John L. thumbed his nose at, you a little too openly and that you were just a little too 'Law Abiding' in his case. While they rather expected John I, to get by with his coal strike they seem to think that Messrs. Whitney and Johnston tolling them that they can't even use their railroads is going a little too far and that you ought, to do something about It. Now. Mr. schwellenbach nnd I have a little plan that we believe will bring your average hack up to 61% and make you a National Hero without hurting Messrs. Whitney and Johnston's feelings loo much, in fact we've already asked them about it and they are willing to B-z-z-z., etc." And now the scene changes. We sec the Ions-suffering Mr. Truman seated before a microphone. He Is making a nationwide broadcast. The people can hardly believe their cars. They hear such phrases ns: "... in any conflict between one particular group and the country as a whole, the welfare of the country must come first." And " time for plain speaking. This strike vitally concerns the well being nnd the very life of onr people." And, he goes on. "Mr. Whitney, head of the Broth- crhocxl of Railway Trainmen, and Mr. Johnston, head of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, these two rejected my proposal to compromise etc. I assume these two men know the terrible havoc that their ilrri'juin has caused and the even more extreme suffering that will result - - -. If Ihe operation of our railroads Is not resumed at once thousands of persons both here and abroad will starve. This is the st«rk tragic truth." Mr. Truman now appeals directly to the workers, "so that each ol them can face his conscience and consider the si>cctre of .starvation nnd death that will result from the course which Mr. Whitney and Mr. Johnston are following. And then the Presidential'command: "The railroads must resume oiieralious," ntu-r which our hero, Mr. Truman, threatens that he will if necessary call upon Ihe Army, the Navy and the Marines to operate Uie railroads. All in all it was a good and forceful speech. We hear the listener.'! all over the land applaud. We hear such exclamations as "Hoy o' boy. did he get those union leaders told off." We sec Mr. Truman glance slyly but expectantly at the Gallup Poll thermometer which he always carries around his neck. We see tha great man's face brighten as the thermometer moves steadily upwards toward his beloved 6f;. Then as though a thought had suddenly struck him. Mr. Truman quickly leaves the mike and rushes to his private study. He punches a button, then another. In a few moments we see Mr. Byrnes and Mr. Schwcllenbach rush into his study. Their fares are wreathed in smiles. We hem- Mr. Byrnes say as he presses Mr. Truman's hand. 'Harry, you did it. It was n wonderful speech. See, your average is already back up to 61 and still rising!" Mr. Truman nods and speak!.: "Thanks, Jimmy, but did you see Mr: Whitney and Mr. Johnston? How are they taking it? What did they say?" Mr. Byrnes .speak:;. ••Don't worry now, Harry, just like I told you. everything's al- rlgtit. Mr. Schwellenbach and I have just seen Mr. Whitney and Mr. Johnston. We told them that they could announce to their unions that you had raised the proposed wage increase from the 16c which you offered, and they rejected the other day. lo yimr regular ISVjC (that's what they wanted hi the first place, you know, although they asked for more as a matter of policy). We . also Informed them that the rule changes which they demanded would be brought up at a later date, that to give them all that they wanted now would be mis-understood by the people and might cause them to suspect Hinl there was some sort of collusion which would have ruined tne effect of your speech and your Gallup average. They uiulmlanci perfectly and are willing for you lo "force" them back lo work for your sake since you have Blvcn them the regulation 18' ; c jwr hour wage Increase to take to their unions. They arc willing to trust you for the rule change.!. Of course we'll say as little ;\s ixissiblc lo the public about the IBSc and In this way yon see. Harry, you are a hero and the winner In the great contest between Harry Tinman, the people's champion nnd the two wicked Railroad Bosses. Al the saint- time Messrs. Whitney and Johnston will still vote for you for they are Ihe Winners, loo!" Closing scene: Time, a few moments before Iho deadline set by our Mr. Truman, for t\ sr trainmen to return to their jobs or Ihe Army take over ami operate the railroads. All America stu at Us respective radios, listening, tense. Who will will? diminifhed by lh« yearil WKen you buy, el/ on ou/ judgment — that in diamandi, ru-Ait Quality it Htgtier Than Pikel Pat O'Bryant Heller Jewelry Main ;in<l Second St. Phono 32G1 Continuous Shows Every Day }>ox Office OpeiiH 1:4Sr Show SUrtet 2:CSft MSTKN TO KLCN fl a.m. l!!:<ii> p.m. '1:30 p.m. Who is the stronger? Whose will will prevail. Suddenly a uro- grum Is interrupted. The excited voice of an announcer break:; in. "Important news announcement. Ladies and gentlemen. :i flash,has just come over the wires. It is apparently authentic. Just a moment, please. Yes, yes, ladies and gentlemen, it is official. It has just been announced jointly from the White House r.nd the two railroad brotherhoods' headquarters that the nationwide railroad strike which had threatened to disrupt the entire economy of the nation has been officially terminated. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the plain, courageous ultimatum issued yesterday by our President, has borne fruit. The heads of the Brotherhoods have backed down. Mr. Truman speedily wins the great threat to American security since organized labor's birth." (Heard in the background, cheers from all over the nation 1 Then silence. Breaking the silence an explosixt; little POP! Tiie little Gallup Poll thermometer around Mr. Truman's neck could take no more. (Anti-climax). In the office of one nf the «^rcn', brotherhood's headquarters, Mr. Whitney reaches out and llini off his radio. He looks across the table into the eyes of Mr. Johnston and smiles. The curtain falls amid ei'ashing, triumphant music by the orchestra. P. S. Did you enjoy the picture this week of our President shaking hands witli John L. Lewis, witii the pleased smile on his face us though he were grateful to Mr. Lewis for the opportunity? Your writer for one did not! '. ! FRITZEUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS May I assure yon of one thing, folks. To have any kind of piece goods at this time is really an accomplishment and sonv 1 - tliing to crow about. Don't take my word for it. Ask any merchant up town. That's why I am really PROUD to oiler the Tal- lowing SPECIALS for you this SATURDAY. » Did you bring your iist of all your household needs last Saturday? Well if you did, THANK.YOU, I am sure you were not cli'-- ap|X)inted and will bring another tomorrow. If you did not—<f you are one of those folks who }ust come into n store where you have never traded before and grab up the "HARD TO GET" item'; and then take your other business elsewhere, well you ought to be slmmed of yourself, in fact you should be so ashamed that you will make a double list tomorrow, of everything from toothbrushes, combs nnd hair nets to floor polishes, -screen door springs and Johnson & Johnson gauze bandage and other needs for your medicine cabinet. Then yon can hold your head up again and not have to slink shamefully among your more enlightened neighbors! 1. OIL CLOTH. 2. LADIES FINE WIIITK SLIPS. (32 In 10). 3. CHILDREN'S and LADIES' KAVON OR COTTON PANT?SS. 4. FINE GRADE SOI,I!> COLOR PRINTS OR BROADCLOTH. (Colors, Aqua, Yellow, Rose rink.) 5. SUMMER PRINTS in BEAUTIFUL COTTON SEERSUCKER. 6. SURER WOVEN OXFORD CLOTH in EXQUISITE SUMMER PRINTS. 7. MEN'S and BOYS SHIRTS anil SHOUTS. All Sizes. Shorts in either Striped Broailclnlh or in Imported Oxford Cloth with all around elastic. 8. THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF H1ENS AND BOYS I>RESS SOCKS TO BE FOUND IN BLYTHEVILLE. Prices from 15c to $1.00 pr. (This line includes the famous SPK1NGFOOT Sport Sox for boys from fi lo fiO and Si'ltlMJ- FOOT athlellr socks for aihlclcs.) Also Blylheville's must complete line of Ladies and Cliildrcns ANKLETS, including Ihe famous MUSTER-BROWN ANKLET at 25c pair. 9. Brown Domestic. (Limited Supply). 10. 72" NETTING. 25c Yd. You've been .waiting for this. More than 5.400 yards sold for curtains. 11. Fine White 40" MARQUISETTE for Curtains al only 77c Yd. 12. MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS. 13. ANOTHER SHIPMENT BEST QUALITY SPRING CLIP CLOTHES-PINS at onr low price of 2lc per dozen. 14. SEE OUR LINE OK FIELDCKEST BLANKETS. SIIOWX IN BLYTHEVILLE EXCLUSIVELY FOlt THE FIRST TIME. NO OTHER MERCHANT HAS NEARLY SO COMPLETE A LINE AS THIS WONDERFUL ASSORTMENT MADE BY THE FAMOUS MARSHALL FIELDS. This assortment includes Colorful Indian Blankets at Si.:'.!. \Vlnl' Calton Slieel Blankets at S'2.32, Fine Double Cotton Blankets at J2.85. The Nationally Approved "Mar-Kay" Blanket, the roost beautiful blanket ever made rach individually boxed, colors and dcsiRns reversible, lO^r Wool, tt'.'r Itayon. 25% Cotton. Finer than any other SIO-08 Blanket, for .mlv $5.15. One of onr customers bouchl 20 for line Rifts for Iwr closest friends and relatives next Christmas. Also Double Heavy Cotton and Itouble Part Wool Blankcls. Many who are aWt to pay cash, but who rrali/.c thai blankets ••ill be almost impossible to find this Fall are using; our Fall Lay Away Plan. They arc SMART. NOTE CAREFDiri.Y THIS EASY LAY AWAY PLAN. 5»s Down and f>0r every two weeks or S1.8* per month will h«W any blanket null! Fall. On larger orders of Blankets you may pay even I.IiSS per blanket anil per month. DON'T BE COLD AND SORRY THIS WINTER. 15. OUTING. White, light or dark stripes and bcantiflll llowered prints. Prices begin at I9c. 16. Extra larje Fieldcrcsl and Cannon BATH TOWF.t.S at fiflc. Store opens promptly at. 8:30 Saturdays. Open until 10 P. M. Other week days opens 7 A. M. Closes B P. M. FRITZIUS Last Time Today Ziegfeld Follies with M-G-M Contract Players Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing F.veryday Saturday Pursuit to Algiers with II:isil Unlhbour ,Vr Nii-cl LlriK'r Serial: "Forrst KUHLCITS" No, 3 nnd Selected Short Subjt'rt. oiit'il Hhnws K:it- K!:30 to 11:30 Sunday nnd Monday The Sailor Takes a Wife with Kohcrt Walker £ .lime Allysnn Selected Shiirl Snhjecls Cont'tl. Shows Sun. 1:15 to 11 Coniiii:; Soon to the RiU: G1LDA with Rita Hay worth and Glenn Ford MISS SUSIE SfjAni.F.'S with Sonny Tufts & Veronica Uikc SARATOGA TRUNK with IllRrid Herrmann it Clary Cnopr-r 'ROM THIS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fontaine & Mark Stevens THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S with Dins Crosby £; Ingrid Derg- mann Matinees Sat. * Sun. Only Box Office Opens 6:XO; Show Starts G:1f> I*. iSI. Kac-li rvenin^ Opens Sunday 1:011; Starts 1:15 Continuous Slmivs Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nisht Hvrry Nisht Kxrcpt Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Itoxy. "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Phone 3457 Friday Matinee anil Senoritcs from the West th All;m Jnncs nml t LnJ Short Snhjccl* Saturday Two Fisted Stranger willl Charles Starred Serial: "Who's f:\iillv" No. 5, Short Conl'it Shows Sal. !'2:SO to 11:3(1 Sunday and Monday Show Business willi i:dilio Cantor, Oco. Murphy Fox News anil Kclcclctl Shorts Ccmtinnous Showing Son. 1:15 la 11

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