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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 5, 1945
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PAGE TWO BLYTI.EVILLE CppRIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 19-15 Coming Events TUESDAY. Ms. Sanford Boone entertaining Double G. Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. Miss Pat Wise entertaining La Ncuve Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs.. Otto Scrape. Mrs. S. B. Wilford entertaining members of Weslcyan. Service Guild nt her home, 7:30'p. hi. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Town and Country club. initial club meeting with Mrs. Joe, Wegman. A.D.C. Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Harpole. THURSDAY Mrs. George W. Bnrhnm entertaining .with 'coke party' for Mrs. L, S. Briscoe. Mid-week Club meeting with Mrs. Loiils .Cherry. Mrs. Claude Briley entertaining Friendly Eight Club. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting witli Mrs. K. L. Kirsliner. Mrs. Charles Blttner entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. W. M. McKinzie entertaining-, Octette Luncheon club. . E.M.G. club meeting with Mrs. Kelton. Francis. Mrs w B Williairvi entertaining nt Rustic Inn honoring Mrs. L. S. Bilscoe, 3 p m. - FRIDAY G: N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Noryal Humphrey. SATURDAY Annella Humphreys, John Wllkes and'-Dick'Reid entertaining with a Valentine daixie at American Legion, Hjlt, 8pm.. A Regal Dessert For Valentine 7^^W^mw ' ^c^rrwa §<4 $ „ <MWL' ,, ' "^ \ y ^ f' ,-* « > ^mLfJ , . ' T. • as a young girl's heart-that, de™, n e ! cicam , 1 lie sponge cake requires no but- layers .c Cream Dessert One cup silted cake Hour, 1 myeis teaspoon combination baking pow- sauce, der, Vi teaspoon salt, 3 eggs 1 cup sugar, 2 teaspoons lemon juice 6 • tablespoons hot milk,,strawberry ice crenm. Mi§s Nelms Is'Married In Aftemoon Ceremony The marriage of Miss Harriett Anrje Nelms. of Blythoville and Memphis, to Sergt. Stanley O. Whittington of BlyUicvltlc Army Air^Fieltj nnd Memphis, was solemnized jcsferday afternoon 3 o'clock- at the post chapel. Chaplain George c. Mans officiated at the double-ring ceremony White gladioli'In gold altar va-es \\er6 arranged on the.altar of the chapel, where the, entire chancel rail was entwined with Ivy. Floor baskets of white gladioli, flunked •Kith tall standards holding while cathedral tapers, marked the place of the bridal party. A program of music was given bv .Mrs Yarbrough, 'organist, and Miss Virginia Morcland, vocalist who sang, "o Promise Me", and Because" Miss Frances Elaybck of Jackson, Term , served as maid of honor, with MIES Christine Johnson of Saidis Mr, and Miss.. Lavonnc Portlock as bridesmaids.. : :" , AU the bride's atendnnU wore identical floor length dresses of grass Ercen taffeta , with velvet trim Miss Blaylock carrjed an ami Louquct of pink rosebuds and sneetpcis, white the two bridesmaids carried arm bouquets 'of pink ami tUiltc snapdragons, with puffs , of mahne The bride wore a formal wedding dr "s of white tarfcta, fashioned with long fitted sleeves and a very fcoi,ffar,t skirt. Her veil of filmy liny-Ion fell from n tiara or seed pcails, and she carried a white Bible topper with an , orchid and showered with white sweetpeas Lieut HaroJd Miller of Blythevie Army Air Field served as Scrce- ant Whittington's best man. Ushers -tvere Sergeant Fountenot and Sergeant Blaugh, also of Blylhc- Mlle^Armv Air Field. ' Immediately following the eere- ?™ n . y ' S r 1 " 80311 '' nnd M«. Whittington left for a wedding trip to Memphis before returning here to make their home The bride, daughter of Mr. nnd Mr-, David H. Nelms of .Oakland, T«u>, is employed at the local nlr- oase. where Sergeant Whittington. S ,£. . e son ' o£ Xir - a nd Mrs. J. R AVhlttington of Lake Village Art., also Is stationed.' Mothci Goose Party Given Little MKS , Mutfet, Little Bo Peep, Georgie Porgir, old .King Cole and His Fiddlers Three'and many other Mother Goose chnrac- 1m came to life Friday night when Ben Kenneth Young, son of Mr. * »u s Bu ' ord You "B. entertained with a Mother Goose party ol ?. IS ,.v home . celebrating hh "lllh birthday. »v. M ^, c J G0osc sames cnlertalned the children for several hours, with Pri^s in the various games won bV Fat Hearn, Ronald Phillips anil others Afier Ben Kenneth had opened his gifts, refreshments of sandwiches, dessert and iced drinks were served by hia mother. enoush (5 7 y sweet ht m fl uurc in "' «'.«' Chocolate Sauce (Slakes about 1 cup Two squares unsweetened choco- ratc, G tablespoons water, ',& cup sugar, dash or salt, ,1 tablespoons butter, Vi teaspoon vanilla. Adtl chocolate to water and place ;,.,,,rv'"', ;; ""^ '"' cl ' low "nine, stirring until blend^ a " ( i,,Tj!lJ 0f l'^ s "<> ~s.. ? ar and salt and cook iitiui sugar Is dissolved nntl ihlxUtre juic7"poid InTlnur"""'' T """"I 1 Wry sll8lllly thl *oncd, aiVrlng jmcej-ouMr^fiour,« small nnimmt constantly. Adj butler and vnnlllh. iss Watson Is Bride Of Sergt. R. K. Grover Announcement hns been made ot the marriage of Miss Jo Ann Wnt- soii. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W W Watson Jr., of Osceola, to Sergt Rowland K. Grover of Chanute Field' 111., sou of Mr. nml Mrs. Lloyd Grover of clay Center, Kans. The wedding . was solemnized Thursday afternoon, Jan. 25, at 3 o'clock, at First Presbyterian Church in Osceola. Mrs. John De Blols .served as the 31-lde's only attendant, while Snrgt Larkln Key of Blytheville Army All- Field served Sergeant Graver as best man. Mrs. Grover, n graduate ot Oscela High School, is employed by the Frisco Railroad in Osceola. Sergeant Grover Is Inking a course nt Specialist School at Chanutn Field, after having formerly been stationed at Blytheville Army Air Field. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Irene Crowdcr. Mrs. Norman Bunch, and Mrs. Richard Osborne ot Mnnlln, spent (lie weekend In Icmphls where they visited Mrs. Arden Crowder ot Alcxnndrin, Ln., n the home ol her sister, Mrs. Hubert Teague nnd Mr. Tongue. Mrs. W. M. Crowe of Huffman IBS- been admitted to Blythcvlllc lospital where she Is undergoing treatment. Capl. sncl Mrs. Roy Harper lelt his morning lor Colorado Sjirinys, 3olo., where they v:i!l make their lome while he is stationed there tith the Army. They have spent the mst two weeks here as guesls of Mrs. Harper's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, nnd hi Cnruthcrsville with ither relatives ; nnd friends. Mrs. C. C. Lanuston and Mrs. Loy Vetch are spending several weeks n Hot Springs. Mrs. Alice Womack nnd daughters, >lrs. II. c. Allen and Mrs. Jesse M. White are In Equality, 111., where hey were Called by the dcntl) of Mr. Womack's mother. Miss Julia Limbird spent the weekend in Angnstn, Ark., us guest if her sister. She went over cspccl- When EXHAUSTION/* 19} -all rrady to.ct-iiHtcad, tjj bnn E comfort Use only jirettol. lOc, SOc, 60c. a llnib; Add" hot 'milk' and stir quickly until thoroughly blended. "like In two 8x8x2~iiicli •^"'' i"'i>i"i, have been greased \'ery til 3 decrees F.) 25 minutes, or undone. Remove from oven nnd pans l hour, or until cold. n and cut in pieces. Put slice woorry Ice cream between and top with chocolate ally to be with her brother, who was home on leave from the Army for the first time in two years. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Harrison attended a dance In Pnrngould Saturday night. Dr. E. M. Staudcmeycr of Leach- vllle, has been admitted to Walls Hospital where he is undergoing medical treatment. Ur. F.dna Nies returned Saturday night from Kirksville, Mo., where she went to be with a former patient who underwent an operation there. Enroiite home she stopped for n visit with her brother, Ray Winget and Mrs. Wlngct. and with her sister, Mrs. Marry Khnbtcy, nil of whom live nt Shclbyvlllc, Mo. Dr. Nles was away for two weeks. Mr. nml Mrs, Joe T. Hughes went to Memphis Saturday where Mr. Hughes <vas iidmittcd' to' Mcflioclisl Hospital for medicnl treatment. Mrs. Hughes Is remaining In Memphis with him. Mrs. R. i\. Goodling of Meridian Miss., is visiting here as the guest of Mrs. nobcrt Phillips and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hussell Plill- lips, Sbe will return home tomorrow, accompanied by Mrs. Robert Phillips and her son, Michael, who will visit her for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Shcrrick of Memphis are .spending several days here where Mr. Shcrrick is attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. J. I>. Newell Jr.. and son, J. p. in, of Memphis were tire weekend guests of her mother Mrs Leslie Hooper. Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Enr! Stabler have relumed from 18 days spent in Lakeland nnd other points in Florida, including Orlando mu! Tnmpn Henry Werner is attending to business in Kansas City and Topeka, Kans., for several days. Osceola News Mrs. Emery Earl Neff of New Orleans will arrive Wednesday to spend several weeks In Osceola' as guest of her mother, Mrs. Elcctra Semmes Pen-in, and family. Mrs. Neff, the former Miss Elccira Buck, is coming especially to be with her brother, Frank Gibson Pcrrln, prior to his entering Purdue University, Ln- fnyctte, Incl., after Having graduated this week from Riverside Military Academy, Gainesville, G«. PETROIEUM JELtY Young Mother Here About Golds Know This HOW MODERN WAY WORKS FAST TO RELIEVE MISERIES PENETRATES STIMULATES CHEST AND BACK SURFACES LIKE A WARAHNG POULTICE , TO UPPER BRONCHIAL TUBES WITH ITS SPECIAL MEDICINAL VAPORS Acts Promptly to Help Relievo Congestion in Upper Breathing Passages, Coughing; Spasms, SorcThroat, Muscular Soreness. Every you ng mother here should know fibout tins 'modem way of relieving distress of children's colds. You just rub Vicks VapoRub on chest, throat and back, (No internal dosing to upset child's stomach.) Right away VapoRub's wonderful penetrating-stimulating action (pic- turcd above) starts to work and keeps on working for hours to bring grand relief. H invites restful sleep. Often by morning most of the misery or the cold is goncl Hcmcmbcr this, Mother.. ONLY VAPORUB Gives You thb is time-tested, home-proved.. .thcbcst known home remcdyforrclicv•' 4|4%|^^ Ing miseries of %f l^|\9 children's colds. Jf V/APORUB South District , Oversubscribes Paralysis Quota* South Mississippi- Oo'urHy- lias ijoric over the top In the Inlaiililo Pnrn lysis Campaign, • It M W ns- nil- nounced today by John • W.'< Meyers cl ,Wllson, co-diairmaiv.'df itiie drive In that part of the cb'unfejv' Incomplete reports reveal that the $3,000 quota for the south end of the county, lias been over sub; TriUeil, Mr. Meyers stated. Louts Davis of Blytheville served s chairman fcr the entire county. At The Hospitals Walls- Hospital Admitted: Joseph Frederick May, noselan'tl JImmic Gude, Rt. i, city. Hex Hughes, at. 1, city. Dr. E. M. Stiuidemcyer, Leacji- vllle. Mrs. Wyatt Wallace, city. Mrs. J. D. Nelson, city. Dismissed: Mrs. j. D. McNair and baby Rt I, city. Mrs. Clyde Hoblnson an<i baby city. a. H. Bevlll, Rt. 2, city. L. M. Moody, Dell. Mrs. Roy Kcrron and baby, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. S. A. Morris and baby, Osceola. G. T. Ciracoy, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. H. B. King, city. Kenneth Turner, Decring, Mo. nlyllicvillc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. w. M. Crowe, Huffman. Bobbie Springer, city. Mrs. w. C. Davis, city. H. R. Alken, city. Dismissed : Charles Stntler, city. Becky Lynn Dooley. city. Mrs. Wlllinm Dickinson nnd ba- ', city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. aty Mrs. Joe Klnlk- inrdt, canithcrsville, Mo., a tlaugh- ev. Joe Hughes, city. Concert To Be Offered At Auditorium MEMPHIS, Feb. 5. — The third aUrndlun in (he series of Angler Conceits for the 1044-45 season will be the double conceit Wednesday, Feb. 7, nt the Auditorium by Nicola Moscona, famous basso ol the Metropolitan Opera Company, and Egon Pclrl, world renowned Dutch pianist, now professor of music al Cornell University. Doth artists arc outstanding In their profession and the concert which features two such great musical -personalities is expected to aurai-l,hundreds of music lovers In Memphis and the Trl-State area. Temperatures AUiint.i Augusta Birmingham 60 Charleston 57 Charlotte 40 Chattanooga 41 Chicago 32 Cinolrmntl 43 Denver 49 Dclrolt ' 28 Jacksonville CG Tallahassee 58 Kansas City 38 Macon 59 Memphis 65 Miami GO Montgomery 70 New Orleans 16 Nev,' York 35 San Antonio 51 Savannah 59 Tampa 58 Washington :. 37 Houston 16 Jnckson 70 Little Rock 50. Shrcveport 70 High 42 Low « 45 41 54 35 37 24 32 30 20 50 4G 20 58 37 58 55 53 31 47 52 50 35 49 53 3G 42 Night Classes To Start At Manila High School Night classes in typewriting, bookkeeping and Business English will begin tonight at Manila High School under direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Miles and Miss Tjiclma Fowler. .To run for live weeks, two nights each week, the classes arc open to the public. Those desiring to attend should report to the high school tonight, 7:30 o'clock, it was announced today. ARE YOU on "SUCH DAY$"froni suffering distress of With Its Nemus Restless Feelings? , -- »Q« l|)!0,so ir.any glrla —a t^ucfitiyi^r-sjiflcr/roni cramps, tsoiuljxches', usckaohe,,' Icel lirec!, nervous, a bit blut—till clue to func- llonnl monthly dlsturbimces. Stnrtnl once—try Lydln E.'Plnk- h.inj's VeBctnblc Coiiipouno, to rc- Hovc such symptoms. - It's jamfnia not only (o help relieve monthly pain Ijut nlso accomjmnylnK weak, nervous reelings or this nature. This Is because or Its saollilng cflixt on ONt Or WOMAN'S ^t6ST IMPORTANT ancAtia. Taken rciiularly—Plctliam's ^Lydita IL IPmldiam .Compound helps hulltl up reslstnncc .against such symptoms. IT HELPS NATURE! Thousands or women nn;l girls have reported lipiipnts. Also n fine stomachic tonic! Follow Inb2l directions. Il»iy today. • 9 s VEGETABLE COMPOUND' Marriage Licenses Couples obtaining marriage II- censes Ihrongli the local county court clerk's office during the past week include, the following: Fremont Smith of Dalvogaic, Mich, and Mrs. Delia Micklev of : Jackson, Tenn.; Richard Cronholm of Mikana, Wise., and Mrs. Minute Boswell of Anna, 111.; Harry L. Thurmond and Mrs. Coop Jones, Ijolh of Friendship, Tenn,; George David Olllcsple of Chester, 111,, and Miss Barbara Frances Kern of Cara, 111. M. Brackett and Mrs. Mary Prances KIdd, both of Paducuh, Ky • Stuart K. Lukz and Miss Madeline M. Mack, lx>th of Allcntown, Pa • Otis W. Sandlin and Miss Georgia Vee Davis, both of Stenle, Mo.; George Georelon of Gary, Ind., and Miss Ruth Graf of Paterson, N. J.; Carl J. Ayers of Buffnlo, N. Y., and Ml-is Valeria P. Klstler of Minneapolis, Minn.; Elzle Nekon Cobb nnd Miss Vergle Devenport, both of Lutcsville, Mo. Carl Thoma of Jackson, Mo., nnd Miss Collsta Hnvt- mtmn of Qordonville, Mo. Lcnwood Motley nnd Miss Odessa Elliott, both of St. Louis; Ralph R. Melville and Mrs. Julia Heine, both of Wnilsvillc, III.; Edward O. Ferguson of Columbus, Miss., and Miss Mary B. Downing of Caruthcrsville; H. C. Coon of New Madrid, Mo., and Miss Freddie Masters of Matthews, Mo,; Joseph Arthur Buschmnn m\<i Mrs. Vivian Greathouse, both of Belleville, 'III.; John Raleigh Potts of Tyler, Mo., and Miss Katie Earline Flanagan of Cooler, Mo.; Leonard Bell of'Caruthersville, and Mrs Tcda Slatcn of Watson, Ark. Grover Cleveland Brogdon and Miss Dovie McCoy, both of Ripley, Tenn.; Robert E. Hathaway of Hcmpstend, N. Y., and Miss Christine Lechehette of Portageville, Mo.; H. J. Shepperd and Miss Katie Smith, both of Alamo, Tenn.; Fred John Lutz of Boonvllle, Ind., nnd Miss Anna Lorerie Thompson of Ev- ansvllle, Ind.; Jones McCowan and Mrs. Martha Womack, both of Pontiac, Mich.; Charles R. Wofnnck arid Miss Pauline Harrison, both of Pon- tinc, Mich.; Arvll Mitchusson of Tomato and Miss Lorene Hall of Armorel. W. H. Dick son nnd Miss Nancy Homer, both of Caruthersville, Mo.; Roy O. Barren of Hayti, Mo., and Miss Maiidlene Smith of St. Louis; Leon J. ClensgiOd nnd Mrs. Inn Gen- giod, both of Collinsville, III.; MyrI Dean Brinkley nnd Miss Lucille Jones, both of Manila; Stanley O. Whittington and Miss Harriett Anne Nelms, both ot Memphis; Oggic Brown Jr., and Miss Helen Sanford, both ol Chicago; Richard V. Villeneuve of North Creek, N. Y., and Miss Dorothy Bateman ol Blytheville; John F. Lenii and Miss Maude Cullison, both of Blytheville; Irvin T. Smith of Luxora and Miss Jnanita Rachels of Luxora; Clarence Howard and Mrs. Nettle Powell, both of Blytheville. Starting Wednesday, Feb. 7 WEEKDAYS: 9 ajnil to 5:30 p.m. SATURDAYS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. JOE I Incorporated CLOTH Need A Furlough, Too Give your clolhes (he "Cm-bush" llicy need to kncp them looking heller longer. Send them lo the Nu-W» Cleaners— that adds years lo th(yr life. All the origin;!) sparkle and color is rcslorcd to the fabric . .. . buttons sintl ornaments are securely fastened in place • . . uleats become crisp and smooth again. The same care and "before and after" inspection is given lo men's clothes and home furnishings. Try vis TODAY. You'll like Nu-Wa Cleaning! • PHONE 474 :• BLYTHEVILLE !ARK. Gosneil News Mrs. R. L. Maxa-ell was elected president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Gosneil Methodist Church at a meeting of the group heljj Wednesday afternoon at the church. Other officers elected at the same time are Mrs. Doyle Byrd, vice ' • president; Mrs. Lee Hill, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Grime?, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mervin Cook, spiritual life chairman. Tlie opening prayer and scripture reading were given by r ' Mrs. Maxwell, and the closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Doyle Byrd. Th e next meeting will be held Feb. 7 at the church. Read Courier News Want Ads. Manila Society—Personal Pfc. and Mrs. Milton Towles have returned from a visit with relatives in Como and other points in Mississippi. His furlough expires this weekend and lie «li return to Santa Barbara, calif. Mr. and Mrs. Rhulln Ashabranner left this week for Texas, where they plan to make their home. Mrs. Gladys Scarbrough has returned to her home In Nashville, i'enn., ufter spending two weeks here with relatives, .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nowlin arc the parents O f a son, James Eugene, born Jan, 18 at Dr. Fox Clinic. ' Mrs. Joo Bellinger of Lumberport, W. Va., arrived Thursday for a visit here with her sisters, coming especially to be with her nephew, Ehvood riuss, seaman l-c in the Navy, who Is home on leave alter overseas duty. Mrs. Morris Garner lias returned to her dome In Sikcston after spending three weeks here with ner parents, Mr. an,i Mrs, Albert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Osborne will return this weekend from Hot Springs where they have spent the past rew weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pierce left Thursday for their home in Flint, Mich., after a 10-day, visit with relatives here. Eric English )i 3s gone to Fort Worth, Texas, where he will be engaged in defense work. Mrs. English plans to join him soon. .Mrs. Carol Waddell' will leave ruesday for Roswcll, N. Mex.. to Join her husband, who is in training there with the Army. Ration Calendar CANNED AMD PROCESSED FOODS. February 1-Fivst day for blue stamps H-2, J-2, K-2, L-2, and M-2 In Ration Book IV. (Blue stamps X-5, Y-5, Z-5, and A-2 through G-2 remain good.) March 31—Last day for blue stamps X-5, Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2 in Ration Book IV. April 28-Last day for blue stamps C-2, D-2 E-2. F-a, nnd G-2 In Ration Book IV. June 2 — Last day for blue stamps H-2, J-2, K-2. L-2, and M-2 In Ration Bool; IV. MEAT, CHEESE BUTTER. AND FATS. January 28—First day for red stamps Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2, C-2, and D-2 in Ration Book IV. (Red stamps Q-5 through X-5 remain good.) March 31—Last day for red stamps Q-5, R-5, and S-5 in Ration Book IV. April 28—Last day for red stamps T-5, U-5; V-5, W-5, nnd X-5 in Ration Book IV. June 2—Last day for red stamps Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2. C-2, and D-2 in Ration Book IV. SHOES. November 1, J944—First day for Airplane Stamp- No. 3 in Ration Book III. Airplarfe stamps No. 1 and No. 2 continue good indefinitely. SUGAR. November 1G, 1944—First day for Sugar Stamp No. 34. February 2B, IBM—Last day for Sugar Stamp No. 34. February i—First day for Sugar Stamp No. 35. June 2—Last day for Sugar Stamp Ho. S5. GASOLINE. March 21—Last day for No. 14 gasoline coupons in "A" Ration Book. Receives Purple Heart Awarded To Manila Man Mrs. Veniie Ashabraimer of Manila has received the Purple Heart medal awarded her.husband for wounds received In action in Belgium in November. The Manila soldier expects to return to action soon. ReliefAUasT For Your Cough Creomulston relieves promptly be- ause It oes riht to the seat of the loosen and expel mpy e- cause It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature o m, an a nature to soothe and heal raw, tender in- iiamed bronchial mucous mem. ^ atl m- T ?" i' ollr druggist to jell you a bottle qf Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION wCoueris,ChesrColcfs,Bronch!r!s Another New Hudson Service! Bring us your old blouse — And we will convert It into A New BATTLE JACKET For Only $12.50 —Expert Military Tailoring anil Alterations. HU D.S ON Cleaner — Tailor — Clothier AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative —Phont Mil 205 Lynch SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers nre always tresh, and nil work Is guamnteed. to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. ?$! FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Sen-Ice We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Sirs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoe Blflg. REFRIGERATORS and RADIOS REPAIRED Ciry Radio Repair 321 EAST MAIN ACROSS FKOM LILLY STREET NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. Call me lo check up without cost or obligation. KAT8, MICE AND ROACII CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP 198 E. Kentocky Phone Z350 Choose Your VALENTINES H'liile slocks arc new and complete! Priced lOe to $1 x The Gift Shop Modem & Antique GUU MOSS BRYAN RBTZ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p^ Last Time Today MaisieGoes To Reno with Ann Southern and Jolm lloili.ik Paramount News and Selected Short Tuesday Wed., 'fhiirs. & Friday d and Directed by le BOY tUUt' DAVES s pi|y|£i'Zgii2|t-= On S»Ie Selected Short Subjects N'O PASSES WILL BK HONORED BECAUSE PART OF THE PROFIT GOES TO THE ARMY 'JfflHBWBBSS?-,--' Matinees Sal. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday nt the Koxy. Last Time Today You Cant't Escape Forever with George Hrcnl and Brentla Marshall Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday . ^. Scleclert Short Subject

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