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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 2, 1939
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*? „ r~"f~ " > rO. ?AGE TWO ,. - KLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW«< COUKIER NEWS rOMPUMENTABY TICKET This Ticket Will Mmtt E. A. Fish & Companion UachMlfe, Rt. 1 , —to Ike— RITZ THEATEB -ta trr- "TlOAt WAVE" FLAPPER FANNY COPS. IJ?9»Y*C>HByier.lNC. T.H. By Sylvia Peak oi' SlyJc Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVt.NTS ' Delphian Fine Arts Group having meeting at 10 'o'clock followed by luncheon at Hotel Ncijle WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Executive Bcaid, Sudbuiy school, meeting 2.30 o'clock nt school followed bj genera! meeting at three Mrs. W H Mlnyard enteitnlnlng Wednesday Bridge club Mrs James B Clark entertaining To»n and Country club THURSDAY'S EVKNT3 Mrs Hari-y W Jffaines enteitaln- wig Mtd-Week. Bridge club Prosperity club meeting vlth Mis Mose Sllman at her Luxora homej 2 30 o'clock The Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs W. D McClurkln Mrs L L Hubener having Thurs day Dessert club Mrs Charles Alford enterlalhlne Thursday Brid'e club at Rustic tnr Double Pour club meeting wit) Mrs W S Langdon "" FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elhttt Fletcher chapter, Unlter Daughters of Confederacy, spon soring benefit bridge party, 2 JO o'clock at country club SATURDAYS'S EVENTS American Awociatkn of University Women having luncheon meet- Ing at 12 30 o'clock at Hotel Noble Bruise Clubs Beorgimzc Nou that winter has definitely ^ast Jrier shadow across the Bljthe- vuie jiorizotlt bridge clubs have tv>- gun to reorganize and plan their' first meetings since theh pdjourn- ments for the summer mouths Tv,o of the Tuesday clubs will be;!n their meetings tomorrow Mis Riley B Jones vull cnteitain the Y-ung Matron's club, and Mrs Don-Smith is having the- ruesdaj Afternoon club The Tuesday Bridge club will meet a week from tomorrow at the home cf Mrs M A Isaacs Mrs v G Holland will be hostess to the Tuesday Contract club which has met Uirovi»hait the summer The memheis of ths Wcdnes-la> Bridge club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the hom» of Mrs W- H» Miraard other Wednesday c'ub' including the ADC Bridge c)ub nnd the Tonn and Countrj club In\e ccntmued 'their meetings tluougi the summer months Mtai Marj -Virginia Cutler will entertain the formei at the Rustic Inn and Mrs James B Clark tlic lattei at her home this week The other club v>luah iormerh met on Wednesday iins changed its da> to Thursday and Is now called the Delta C.ntraol club It begun meeting about tno neeis ago and this neeic sill meet at, the home of Mrs W D McClurUn Mrs C A Cunningham *1II be a new member of the Mid-WseX Bridge club v,h!ch Is lo meet for the first time Ihursdas at the Irme of Mrs Harry W Hames Mrs Ros coe Crafton will be the first hostes to the Thuisday Afternoon club which -Mil prvbablv bcjn jiisetlnj next weet, Mrs c W AffllcK entertemed the Thursday iuuchcon ctub for the first tliiw lost fteck Beside^ the members, she had m her guests Mrs c A Cunningham and Mrs Man in Robinson Lunch was servet 1 at the dining table which had a centerpiece of roses Mrs Ross D Hughes was high s-orer and Mrs B P Ktrstmer, sec nrt hizh In the bridge garhss which followed. Mrs Everett B Gee -Hill be hostess lo the club this week. The ThurMaj Contiact club will also begm meeting this month \iith Mrs Carroll Blakem re scheduled to be the flr*t hoslcss The- Thuradaj Bridge club wlucb began meeting two veeis ago v,ill be entertained this week b> Mrs Charlea Alford al the Rustic Inn The Dotfble Four has met all sum mer. Mrs W S.Laiigd n will be hostess to the Double Fotu club The Thursoaj Dessert club a ne« group which «as recently oiganlzed nill meet «Jth Mrs I, U Hubener Mrs W D MeClilrkin and Mr5 -H P. Kelsey ale new membsrs of the Friday Bridge club which will meet next week at the home cf Mrs J P Holland. t * * •-* Entertain Houscpifsts At Numerous Activities Miss Betty Phillips, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Phillips, and Miss Nancy Hughes, daughter Cf Mr and Mrs Ross D Hughes, entertained their houseguests v,Ith numerous activities o^er the vreck.end: ' Miss Phillips .had as her guest« Miss .Nathalie Latham, oi Memphis, anijVMlss Jlejgarel Townsend, jof, Johesbqrp, and Miss Hughes was hostess to Miss Jane Ann Spurrier, of Meinplns All girls attended Lake LUr« Camp for Girls at Lake Lure, N, O, this summer.' The fcotjjall game »nd the dance Friday night opened'the crowded weekend, social calendar cf the girls Saturday, Miss JPhllllps en- ttrtamcd S!K guesls at a Imiclieon and Saturday night,, Miss Hughes had a drop-lji at home foi iiiem- bcrs of the >ounger set. A bunking ., parlv af the Huglie« home fol- the drop-in. , Osceola Society — Personal he's tiresome, always agreeing with every- "Oli, a 'Yes-Man' ahvays-has a negative, iioi'sonalily." 'Mystery Drama Of Murder In Quiet English Setting To Be Presented 1 A muidciei nl largo. ierr:rlzing the: English countryside Is tiie .hemeof the mjntory drama "Night Must Tall" whloli pln>s. Wednesday night at the city ; audltorliim." At eight o'clock, Euilyh Williams'- :hiec acl phy will open Hie Little Thentei season (01 this year. Mrs. Mimics CJioon of Holland, who liandJeS ilin. first Little Theater ;Uw, 'SpflrUn'," is directing.' The slioj WHS Ihst produced by 3am H Harris at the Ethel-Barry- moic Theatei U New York with the aulhoi In Hie leading role siip- poiled by Dnnic Maj Whllly. : The movie veislon starred Robert Montgomery , The Imaginative page boy .turned mmdcref'14 poitiajcd In the locn', by Bill Clinmbllu Insfc seen here In 'Three Couicred Mo:n". He had previously appealed with the Players in a one acl, "Chinese White . When Dan comes to Jive at the home of Ihc clri tyinnt and self- made invalid, Mrs. Brnnsom Interpreted by Mrs. R. F. Kh'.slmer, eerie development begin Mrs. Klrshner lins pmlausly walked ns director lu (he Little ThuUei shows, "Three O:rnere<l Moon" and 'Noel Howard's "Wft Were ^Dancing" ML-S. Charles Moreheafl who, tlld the Cockney girl In the show, "CIil- White Itiit jcar, steps into the role 'of Mrs. Brahsom's -niece, Olivln, who comes tinder the In- ilucnce of Dan's madness. Tills is the role made famous by nosnllnd Russell In the movie. Comedy Interest Is o f fered bv t« p " O.-ckney maids who are played by Miss X-aura Hale and Miss Elizabeth McLean, newcomers to the Theater .group, Both were active with dramatic groups at Mississippi Stale college for Women at c;lumbiis, Miss., and Miss McLean has since worked with professional groups In New York, Other actors appearing under the flayers banner for the first lime are James Roy, who" appeared with the workshop group at the University of Arkansas at FayeUevllc, nnd .Bill Beswlok, who plays the Lord Chief Justice. Roy Is i-heycimj man in love with Olivia. ' '' : Ralph Fairnr, \vlio served as .president the first year tlie Little Theater wns reorganized, completes the .oast. As Inspector Belslze, he ofiers considerable suspense as he trails Danny. ' ' I This is by far the in:st difficult thing-.the Players Imvp yet attempted. All previous shows have tieen .of the light comedy type, but after two years work, the group has planned a heavier season lliis year, in .addition to ''.Night 'Must Fall", : lhe group lias also includer on their tentative program for tlils year (he drninn, "The Shining Hour". A comedy, "Penny Wise" nnd a melodrama are also scheduled for production by the group Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* Mr. «nd Mrs. J. Tyler Wash of West Point. Jvilss.. cni»o ypslcrday for a- week's ; vlslt with their :EOU, L..G. Nnsh, «nd Mrs. Nasli. tcr, Jane, of Somerville, Tcnn. left, this afternoon after having spent the wckond here with Mr, and Mrs. joliii Miles Miller. Mrs. Clmrles Allen mid daughter, -pHtay -Ruth, of Portagevllle returned home last night after having .spent a ; fcw days hero with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Giufrd. They came Thursday. Among the Blythpvllle people h Osoeola yesterday for -the fnncra. .of Clmrles Blackwood -were: Budge nml Mrs. O. E. Keck nnd Mrs. T. A Boyles, Mr. and Mis. Clarence -» the weekend here with Mr _ Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and Mrs. FelsenUwl's father, B. H. Levy. C. E. Crleger Sf,, ; B. L. Hale, Eddie Regcnotd. C. R. Glllenwater ore ittendmg to business In Des Molucs for a tew days. •Miss Dorctliy Blchardsoh snd John Petei-s of Trenton, Tcnn., spent the weekend here with MV. nd Mrs. L. D. qhamblin and at-. 'nded the Mississippi County Fair i t Walker Park ' i Miss Nancy Longo, Edition Lon-i so Miss Billle Wnson aud Aubrey | Fortncr, all of Memphis, spent the' weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. ! W A EJcKerstafI mid son, Rov- mond Thej came up especially /or the Blytheville-PIiie Bluff football game Miss Jean Chiles, of Osccila, who sang yesterday morning at the local St Stephen's Episcopal church, was accompanied home by Mrs. Bob Chiles who attended the funeral of GharJcs Blackwood in 03- ceola In the afternoon. thy jean, spent. Saturday in Memphis. «r and Mrs L a. Nash and' Ney Hunt were In Greenville, Miss., yesterday for the funeral oi J U Gibbs Mrs W B laniei, formerly'ot here and now of Heltna, is .expected to he lemoved tomorrow to' her home from the Memphis Bap-' list hospital wheie she recently underwent a majoi operation. Her J. T. Sudbury, Clarence Webb, Sanford Booive, George Cross Jr., Mrs. John Bourlaml and daughter, Mis Jean. John Paulk. Everett Croslow James Gunrd left Snlurilny night for Chicago where he attends the Northern Illinois College of Op lometry. He hnd spent his sumuiei vacation here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. Dr. Boggs Elected To Succeed Dr. H. W. Smith The AHftcama desert, in Chile, t. i-t LITTLE KOCK, Ark.. Oct. 2, Dr. Hay 'Wats:n Smith, pastor of IJttle Rock's fashionable Second Presbyterian Ctmrch for the past 23 years, resigned -yesterday. The churcli. accepting the resignation, elected the liev. Marlon A Boggs, pastor <f the First Prcsby terlan Church at Hot Springs .15 his successor. Dr. Boggs announced 'he had '"tentatively accepted" the call. Dr. Smith, known lhraugh:ul the South for his liberal tendflnclc?. o',- -fcred his resignation last whiter but the congregation refused t: accept It at that time. He Iws teen In 111 hcallh tor nearly a year. last week there with her, and another uster, Mrs James H. Bell" spent Friday there. • ' : lifr.T BoVoi- -Wll-on snr! HoiltiV.. Dr. Boggs was pastor of the First Presbyterian churoh here for about five years bcfcre going to Hoi Springs (en j ears ago to become pastor ot the First Church there. He has long been recognized as one cf Arkansas' outstanding ministers of this denomination and has been awarded numerous honors in the religious field. It was while he was pastor here that he received his Tegfy Jane JBrlwr H»5 Birthday Party thirty-three small children were guesls of Mrs. W. J. Drlvoi when slie entertained .with a Jap.uici.e parly jn honor of the eighth birthday c-f her granddaughtci, Peggy Jane Driver. Following two horns of various games on the lawn of the Driver homo where new play- ffcmi'd equipment has been installed' the children were served supper In the solarium where Japanese lan- lorns hung : from the celling ,jap nncse umbrellas stood nlop (he mounds of ice cream and baskets o[ golden rid decorated the rooms and porches. Aflev supper the children were taken on a huyrldc until dark by Peggy Jane's father, W. J, Driver Jr. Assisting Mi'K. Driver In entcr- InlnJng wore Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr.. Mrs. Clarence Grigsby, Mrs. Dick Cramer. Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. A. P. Spiese, Mrs. J. A. Crosthwallc and Mrs. Robert Sumncr. ; Mrs. E. S. Driver Hostess Vases of yollcw baby breath coin- blued with greenery and other potted plants throughout the house made the setting for the afternoon j bridge party given by Mis. E.- S. addition to the 'regular club members of this Friday Bridge club, Driver In her .hcme Friday. : In Mrs. J. .H. : LovewcH played cards as' the only guest. The -club award' was won by Mrs. W. W. Prewltt, m'ang the Sick Mrs. ,S. L. Gladish, who has been u palieriCilu the Baptist hospital ,in Memphis ftr two weeks following a serious automobile accident in which she and Judge Gladish were injured, was able to return home Thursday. . v ..-•'' ' 'Ronald -Stlllwell, son of Paul Stiilwell. who Is associated.' .with the Wood Motor Company, who'-was taken to St. Joseph's iKspital ten days cigo .with symptoms indicating encephalitis, wns returned home Wednesday much improved.. ' : ' l - ; 'Betty Jean Davis, small' daughter ol Mr. ami Mrs. Bill .Davis; wh'6 was taken .to Isolation Hospital.'in Memphis' two weeks ago with in- fanllle paralysis was" brought home Die latter part of the .week. She Is much Improved but will remain .'.jn n. cast for several weeks. . S. 'M. .Hodges, editrr .and own?r of; the Qseeola Times, sustamed-''n broken arm when he fell In-his office last Wednesday. Mrs. M. P. Higglns oi Oxford, Miss,, Is Aiere for a visit, with her mother, :Mrs. Mattie Dlllnrd, while her. sister, ;Mrs. R. C. Bryan, is In the Melhcdist hospital in Memphis. * » » Mrs. Joe Cronicr Hostess .Red nnd. whileJlovvers with added ; greenery decorated the country 'home of. Mrs. Joe Crcmor on Thursday afternoon .when :slie entertained her two table bridge club with Mrs. Murphy "Andrews of Little Hook. ''Biul Mrs. Charles SuUensor as. guests. ' ' Highest score wns made by Mrs Sullenger, and Mrs. Andrews was presented with handkerchiefs. Mrs. Crcmcr wns assisted in entertaining by her daughter. Miss Marlon Cronicr, and Mrs. John Blnford While. Mrs. Tciiford Has Luncheon Mrs. Ed Teaford wns hostess to 36 nienibcrs cf the Baptist W. M. U. for luncheon on Wednesday nnd an afternoon program on the State Mission Season cf Prayer programs. Mrs. Prank Jordan led the fust afternoon program based on the origin of Baptist W. M. U. v.-.-rk lu Arkansas. Those in Mrs. Jordan's program were Mrs. Ifnrold B. Till- mnn, Mrs. B. E. Moore, Mi's. D. H. Blaokwo:ct and Mrs. Scarcy Mears The second prpgriim was lc;l by Mrs. E. D. Rose, assisted by Mrs 'F. -E. Tompklns. Mrs. Coy E. Scifres, Mrs. Jcltie Driver, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. K. S. Crihfield and Mrs. J. T. Rhoads. The Wednesday night program at the church led by Mrs. K. If. Jones had Mrs. W. A. Smith. Mr John Dougjas and Mrs.-Lc:nard Pendergrast taking 'part, * •••' * Mr. and Mrs. Guy Driver had as their guests lust, week, Mrs. Vcrnon Winlon, Mrs. Harry Freeburg. Mrs. Douglas Chfsni. and Jim Driver Jr;, of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Driver were In Memphis Friday. Mrs. W. W. Piewttt, diitrict director of Parent Teacher Association work in northeast Arkansas, drove to Parkin Thursday to conduct .the annual school of instruction in that,county. Accompanying her were Mrs. G. Harlslll Banks. Mrs. Spcnce Williams ami Mrs. W. B. DurKett Ot BnKCtt. Mrs. Prewltt, Biid Mrs. Wliliaini. drove to -Fcrresl City T'tlday lor ,ii similar s^hrxv, Mrs. H. B. Jones alw drove over with them nnd visited former friends and neighbors In Forrest City where; she formerly lived. Mrs. E. S. Driver and daughter, Flavia Driver, drove to ^tcnlpUis Saturday.. The Rev. Matthew Curry, pastor of the SI, Stephens Episcopal church in Blythcvlllc and Calvary Episc.-- pal cluirch in this clly, spent Friday here. Mi's, E. W. Packard had us her guest this week her nephew, R. F. Tanner of Memphis. Pauline Heath of Cape Girci-deiu, Mo,, spent Saturday here with _MONDAY, OCTOBER 2,-' 193U "YOUR courage, YOUR cheerfulness, YOUR resolution will bring US victory." It is the simple truth lo say that so far the average Londoner one encounters In the buses, the restaurants, the streets is displaying courage, cheerfulness and resolution which England's enemies might envy. And day by day the one increasing note In london's picture is tlie ever-swelling- number of men mile north of Blythevllle on Highway 61. The cleaning truck was damaged to the extent cf about $100 when It was struck by the other machine while making a turn,into the driveway of the R, F. Klrshuer country residence. The Barboro truck was less seriously damaged. C 1 L, o f nr n ever-swelling number of men PJgmS, .Sounds Ul r recall- young, mfddle-n?cd and even old tionary Work No Longer i w "° " avc g °"° lnk """• Npvel ' . sewhn socially Kalhafine R. Jones, Hew York, recently attended the races al Belmonl Park, L. 1., wearing a dress with tliis high, pointed hood attached. iiy MILTON BKONNEK NBA Service Staff Correspondent LONDON, Sept. 29.-Tliat the ex- tiaoidlnary of one day becomes the conin'ionplace of the next is amply illustrated by the manner In which the folk cf Greater London have bccpriie used to' the wartime aspect of their great city. The silvery.balloons forming an anil-aircraft barrage In the sky • . . the sand-bags pileil up in front of sh-ps . . . the gas-masks which people, carry In all sorts of containers . . . the steel helmets of the police . . . the taxis dragging after them 'hose pipe apparatus f:r use In case of great fires . . . the i>oison gas detectors o! green-painted wood on the ed?cs of the sidewalks . . . the ncws- ,papcrs reduced in. she . . . the buses lit by pallid blue lamps . . . all these things have become s; much (he familiar scene that nobody pays any attention lo them anymore. TKAKFIC • s' AS USUAL,. There is talk of business in many lines being slack, but tattle still is congested in places like Piccadilly Circus, Hyde Park Corner, Charing Cress aiid the narrow streets of The City, London's Wall Street. After being closed for some time, the authorities are aliening the movies to be cpen from 10 o'clock in tlie morning until 6 hi the afternoon. After a while, as darkness falls sooner, the hours will be curtailed. . Reslaura-.its, once , s:nr.whnt >ortett again arc filled up and "as play in them as before. OF THE TIMES I After a period of somnolence, the j big shops are once m:re trying to , carry, on. business as usual. A com- Lone Oak Women To Hold Hamburger Supper A hamburger and hot iamale supper Is being arranged fcr tomorrow iiishl at 7:30 o'clock at Hie Lone Ouk kltclien, It Is sponsored by the Missionary women of tlie Louc Oak church. The affair Is being given for tlie benefit of the new church recently erected. The group is attempting lo have the church paid for by ft week from Sunday when quarterly conference is held there. Trucks Collide On Highway Near City A Peerless Cleaners truck :mrt A. S. Barboro Company truck fiK- urert in an accident Suturday n Iher Mncvers nlso accompanied her. lor the clay. ' • • i At The Hospitals Bl.vtheville hospital : Jlmtriie Jones, city, admitted. .Mrs. Russell Richardson, Barkersville, Mo., admitted. ' Freddie Smith, city, admitted. Charles Moslcy, Herinandalc, dismissed. , . , . - Walls hospital,,, i "'Mary Belle Johnson, Yhrbro, admitted. .J. J. Thoimisson, Manila, admitted. Lois Lovclady, city, admitted. Odls Clark. Cootcr, admitted. B. F. Reynolds, city, admitted. Thn word "tip" originated from the first'letters or the phrase, "To insure promptness,"-which appeared en coin boxes placed in early English barber shops. Gei). Gamelin Of France Oenera! Gamelin Gtn. Maurice iVJjric Grtulntci Gamelin, often rated as Kirope's best tactical soldier, heads France's armed forces . . . 57 . ... .paints water colors .1 . . liked toy sims nnd soldiers as child . . entered EaitH CJT, French West Point . . . after graduation in 1833, joined Algiers Rifles lu Africa . ". . returned home to serve with geographical corps . . . ps protega of Marshal Jottrc, rose to briju- dter-geiieral ... planned winning strategy H | ba'flc Q r (j, e Marne , . . after \Vorld 'War, headed military mission to Brazil ... in J92d, took over command of French garrison in Syria, put down revolt b.v Druse warriors . .. . . succeeded Maxime Weygtiud Inspector-general in 1935 ... lie ,0111 instantly rcclw any 1 order Napoleon ever ga've married on 54th birthday. Some c>f -tlie signs displayed in the windows indicate we arc not living in normal -.times: "Slacks for Speedy •Dressing in an Air Raid." -."Toys for Evacuated Children." "Games to Lighten Blackout Evenings." '.'Purchase Ytur. Identity Disks Here." "W,e .'Sell Gas-proof Food Containers," .. , . . , •' .1, ...:.' ; One: little shop, within sound of Bow Bells, has its cwn.sign redolent of the .indomitable spirit oi Hie London Cockney: "Chins Up!" .AiiothQi- :says: "Carry on L-'ndon!" CITY'S MORALE is moil . Near this correspondent's office is a huge billboard. On it is mi -immense poster with black print on bright red paper. It says: Relief At Last ForYourCough Even if other medicines have failed you may get relief now with Creomulslon. Chronic bronchitis can develop If your chesl not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomulslon which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchia! mucous membranes. Oreonmlsion blends beech wood' creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contahis no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to • sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding that you are to like the way it quickly allays the cough, permitting- rest and sleep, or you are to have your money back See that the nameCreomulsionison Ihebottleaiid yon will get the genuine product and the relief you want. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis AWORDtoiheWISE. IJUSTDONT KNOW WHAT .. TO DO, HELEN. SOMETIMES I i )THIKK HE UKES HEATHEN FOR HOJ 'REASON HE \~^^~^=^ FOR6trS MEjfTHERE tS A KKMi. MEN DONT LIKE • • Everything for your entertainment and comfort, Watch Society Page \ Of Courier Newi F«» Free Show Guesti ,: Otic of our mciii)- Colcbralioii Sale values ... in honor of 10 slraiglit years of I'hilco Icatlereliip! Place it anywhere, plug-iii'.iml'jilay. Biiil'i- in Super Aerial System brings jou powerful, [inre-loncd foreign nuil American reception, «veu in .noisy locations.Pusll- liutlonTuning. Built lo receive Tc I cvi a i o n j Sound . . . the. i Come In ...See All the Va!uesS HUBBARD FURKSTURE CO. Helen is right. Meix don't like women who are dull and listless who look:as .tired and worn out as they sax they nre. Sometimes the lack of sparklln" pop and energy, .which is so Attractive to others, is due to sitnplc anemia, a condition brought on by a deficiency of iron in the blood. Men and • women' who nre overworked, spend long hours indoors and lack sufficient sunshine and exercise,- often find that it is this condition which is sapping their pep and .energy. Sargon, the famous tonic with iron, .is helpful in overcoming Iron ; deficiency in the blood, tending to '• ; ald nature hi buttdhig red blood celts and - ¥ «ernogtobiri. This : ac- i • you feel 'like a now I jiersonV'Wtth : tiow .pep and. vitality imd n :bctlcr. : appetite. Get a bottle ,of Sargou today at onr risk. If you .are not entirely ail isfled. after taklne according to directions.- the full purchase jirice will ho returned .without, .question, '.''•" Kirby Drug Co. REAL COFFEE — ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY APPY CRO.& FREE DELIVERY 109 W. Main St. rhouc 15 Last Times Today mm OIK mm jfiyct ' ROl'AND YOUNG / -4, GIADYS GEORGE A 30th C Also I'araniounl News, Fashion Forecast & Grant land Kicc hporl- lit'hl.'- Continuous show Sundav TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT T«o Aamittea for the Pri« of I A NATION TERRIFIED! What happens when a tee realistic broadcast strikes terror into fhe hearts of a nation's radio fons? TIDfll U1RUE RBIPH BVRO CSORCE BflRBSER Also sclccicil shorts Atlmisi'nm Alatirrcc JOo & ?.Cc A'iffilt- JBc & 3fic OXY Fri.-Sml.-Snn, Admission alwayvlOo A Z8 Last Times Today ! Stand Accused 'h .Koherl Cummingi and ilelcti Mack, ; Abo Fox N'civs 4; Comedy Tue.-Wed,-Thur. RIIZ & ROXY THEATERS CHANGE IN TIME OF SHOV/S BOX ..-iFFKE mm SHOWS START IT Matinee livery J)«y Hi (he Uilz al l:|5 Siatinecs at Koxy on t'ri.-Sal.-Siin, Uoniimious Shows ;il Ivib, nn Coiitinsioiis ishoira on Salurdaj's Itlli an;| lio.\v

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