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PACB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY' 15, 1947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor NewA I'hone 4GI Wright Honored Luncheon Shower I ^t Dishes for future Miss Hardy Presented Li(e PTA Membership aru Miss Rosa M. Hiuciy, principal of •FCtets at ner mivii:i; iroin Bly-|Blythcville High School, was pre- thettle mlng'rfd yesirtdr.y wl>eix| senlert a life membership in Hie Ar- 40 licnds )f Miis Era Wi:n.ht knlisas Division of Ihe Parent- wer<» guests of Mrs. W. n. lirown I Teacher Association nl a meeting it Janila a;id Vm. Jess Homer 6r Another iutcr<u;llng n(f:.)r l rior g> her marrlaje to Horace Crlfcr of Blytlicvillc Senior 1TA Tues day nrtcrnoon nl Ihivsrhool. Ofnccrs for the ne::t 'school torn Trunble, T>ni'.. were nlso Installed at ihe niceliin;, lunciieoii shower was at tlie' with Mrs. Marion Willliiiiis in I's cluu w:Ui Out cf (own charge. They ore Mrs. J. C. I/owc. of the briilA-clect ad.itng liresidcnt: Mrs. J. to 5he occas'on. Tiiuo included-vice president; Mrs. O. E. Qnc'.l- i».__* ._ „, m._: __ •» *-.L . i:_,, ', .. j inn \t. cncnin-l viro iirf*<:iilf*lil".' Ml S. s. n. •i. O. E. T. Tries Missfrs Alice Ind malz, second vice president: Bell* Whltsitt of Jo-.isboio Miss Mall Monnghan. sw:ulary; Mr McClim-xhi-.il Of Caiulm!S-|C- Allen, treasurer and Mrs. Kcn- ' Mo., Mrs. J. P.. Cliapunn oi Mo., Mo. M.'.-> Cecil J,ce ersbuTR, Teim., Mrs. Oilic and Mrs. CUuc! dull Bci'ry, hlsvorlan. For the prjgram, W. L. Homer Jr., i>rcscnlcd a piano s r )lc> mid Muc 'o^'Gaines, also n hif;'.i school ^Indent. T i-r.d • S<ivc two humorous rc:idlnns. Mr;. - „ ' • I convention held rcci-ntly in Llulc SjTte blue and vcllnw c:lnr mcltt nock mai)( . ., colw eiilui:i rcjjwr, lilghllglHcd In Ihe /yuvrmr she toU i, lt . ,,,.„„:, lha , niylhe- villo P'lAs received r>iipcrl.>." ratl 1 .!^ 1 .. Following llic ineeMiii;, Mrs. RIIS-sell Barliam, retiring president. c*i:- (erlniiied willi a lea al thi: Home Economics Cottage. RL-d-eslinicnls .sewed from a lac:.—draprd ln- blr dccoralcd with u bowl r»f pan- sli.-s. PresldUijs al the lahl? w< re siudenls PegKy Hl]i,). Ileba Noble, Belly Lny.son and Durolhy Thaxlcii. cards. 1 hand p-iirlled builcs- znnld paper doll, cuiiiplcte wall white ncl bouffnin fioek over blue, a lalisme.n ro.sa Uen wAh streamers, u-i::c'h m.ii^ed guejtfi- places at Hi.:,.. n:cd tobies wer ill It U-shape. Miss Wright's place was^. marked by :i inii'ilatui*i bnde, W(.Jiring ft white nv-iUt'selir.e do sole"- frock vvll'i 1 niuuliiiig veil aiu£ carrying lilit"; of The >-a:'iy. Tlissc favors wire d"S'£ncd by Mrs^ Clyde Wilson, i SJJcnmcrs c.f tnui'iwo pastel shades also 'Iccirnle'l 1:1^ iab.es. whmli had bouquels :of J fics in crystal vases for •v.-i-iutrpliTts. Floij- baskeU »'. -iJher ra'-ly Fiim- me^ flowers elao u^.o'.-.ue'l llio rooltt. 'ijjere also was color theme iti rherrti served. --: T$c setting wn.s i:oh:plclc'l with the-.assorted gifls. pil.d li^h t,n a ^ible in Hie center. Wi deling muj^c wns plavnd o;: ice. .-\ls as thei.Bifl-'i wero opened. -Miss Wright s.iid '-gooiibyn- lo the* party gues^o inl«-rni-.:ly silier reaSing an .\pt)fop r i-ile poom, lo Ihe iffair. Bits of News Mr. anil Mrs. A. Conway and Mr. and .Mrs. Ai Ci. Little left yesterday [or Washington, D. C., where Mrs. Conwny and Mrs. LllUe will attend the National Congress of National Dniiglilcrs of the American Revolution Society as delegates of the charlevolx Cliapter here. 'Ihcise in Memphis to altcml the Mrs. Starr Hostess ' With Bridge Luncheon O3CEOLA, Aik., May 16. — Mrs. IJcltye Nctle Starr entertained a two-table bridge club Tuesday with a luncheon at 'Rustic Inn. The group later went to Mrs. Stan's home on Scmines -Avenue for bridge (jaines. Mrs. Palmer Sthiiton won first prize and Mrs. Slnrr lielfi second liiyh. Effective bouquets of Spring flowers decorated the home. Crowned Again operas "Alda." "Marriage of a touch il:e -thr.e rf I no c-'irrso Gnesls of honor for the occasion were ctehlli grade tnotlicrs, \viio will enter Ihe high school I'TA M-xl year. 1'licy also \ver.> giicsls al Ihe regular mcelinK. » + • Mrs. Rose Entertains Wilh Bridge Luncheon Wednesday Uri,l s e Club members Clllb Is Entertained ";\ d ... th ™. 0t l 1 . c _ r J, 1 ' M !; S :,^ rs '. B :.. A ; Mrs. R. C. .Rose en hers of the Town DPS. Carl, Edna Nics Atfend Medical Meeting Figaro" Included Mr.;. C. O. Redman. Mrs. George Leo, Mrs. W. D. Conb. Mrs. Frank J. Tnnrh, Mrs. W. S. Johnston and Mr.), Marvin Ci'i'- tcnden. Mr. Ix;e .unl Mr. Crlltcn- don altended "Alda." Jurist- and Mrs. . Roland Green, aocompained l>v Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Piyff and (jaiijiljlri 1 , Kvnlyn JIMII Ping, of O.sreola, will «(> lo Memphis tonight for the Cotton Carnival. Mi-ss Plf:f: ' u-iil attend the Trcua^crs' Ball tonight i'S "Miss O.iceoia." She will be escorted by Hobby Williams. Miss liUtcUe Trombln of Lincoln, Neln 1 .. is Ihe i;ucst r,>r n In-let time of Mr. and -Mrs. Harry W. Ilaincs. Mrs n. L Topper ot Memphis ha.s '>"cn the jjuost o. r Mr. and Mrs. Smith Hraekin. The Ilev. llownril .Stonb and the Uev. Brrnnril Alvin Brackiji linve Konc lo Kansas City lo attend :i pastors' convention. En route, they visited relatives at St. Louis. Coming Events FttlDAY Mrs. Harry W. Halne.s and Mrs. Precmnn Robinson hostesses to Chapler N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, at Hnlnes liome. 102S West Chickasawba Ave., wllli luncheon. Alpha Delta clmplcr of Beta Slg- nm Phi Sororlly mcellng with Mrs. I T. U. carnuay at home of lier mother, Mrs, R. B. Purvis, 721 Main St. SATURDAY Miss Lynn Jackson, bride-elect, will be honored with a lea by Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. J. G. Ellis. Jr., nl home at Barfleld from 3 lo 5 p.m. Stacy, 'Mrs. .Marvin Robinson and Mrs. Jerry Poe, \verc cnlciiained yoslcrdny aflernoon by Mrs. Charles Hose at her homo al Roseland wilh a luncheon. Roses and oilier Spring flowers decorated the table nl which giicsls were served luncheon. Mrs. C. A. Ciinnlnglmin won high score priz: in bridge games and second wcnl lo Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. Taylor Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Djs. Carl ' and Edna Nies will ieate tonight lor Liltle Rock--lo utl3pd a two-day osleopathic meet- Mixed Spriiis flowers were used irigj. Dr. Edna Nies will b« aoisl- throughout Ihe home of Mrs. Jesse imijrcis at one of the main;iscxflal | Taylor. Tuesday aflcnmon when evcBU o[ the meeting, a"'banquet 5llo wns |, osloss (o , licm b c rs of Ihc. tomorrow night at the Albert Pike Tuesday Bridge Club and three tables o[ oilier giiesl-s. Guest high score went' lo Mrs. 'R. L. Itanislcr and second high to Mrs.-i lienrv ' Humphrey.-. • \.,' ."! Ampng club members, .Mrs. hite'y tallied nieni- iKl Coimlrj Bridge Club yeslcrday aflernoon wilh a brklge |iarty at her home at •Roraloml. Garden flowers were arranged lo for ma selling for the croup. j Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger wor ! ; first, pri/.e in Ihe uElernoon gatnp: nnri secoml high went lo Mrs. Cleo s LanRslon. j The hostess served refreshments. 1 « • » ' Program Is Postponed I Presentation of "The Wnndcrinf I Oyiwy'. which was lo have slagcd for urade ^hool slndcnls i-y the Til-HI-Y lorporrow aflcr- noon, has liecn |>6stponed inilil next week, Mis.s Alice Sallba, ad- At The Hojcitalt BI.VTI1KVII.LK IIOKl'I'I'AI. AdrnlUcd: Jim Jriekson, Rt. 1. city. I3orn lo Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ingle-, j Unyll, Mo., n son. ; Dismissed: Mrs. James FiaiKiigan and l>:il.\v. : WALLS HOSi'l'i'AL I, Dismissed: Mrs. N. L. Iliiichey and hi.by,' Slcolc, Mo. | Vivian. Tankcrslv, Huffmiin. Cecil Johnson, fil. 1. cily. B. J. Uiwlcr. Slceie. Mo. Mrs. D. If. Hurrison, Rt. 1. city. Mrs, Ellce Hart, city. Mrs. Nancy Mae PatlcrsoK, Luxora. BAl'TIST IIOSl'ITAI,, Mh^H'JIIS Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Stnvcnsm Dlvlhcvlllp. METHOniST HOSPITAL, MKIM1MIIS Dismissed: Mrs. R. Ij. Maxwell, Osceoln. leaving the .-ervic». | last full-dress session of Ihe cur- A llilrd dradllnc, only 11 weeks rent meeting, there were no il'u- away, lias to d) wilh Nalio.ia'. sions about Ihu difficulties con- Bervice Life (ntiiranja. Ui» lo i:nd ironliiig the 11-nation Palestine includini; Au;;. 1. \'jVt a vi'Unin commission, and Ihc full assembly may relnslatu liis lapsed MSL1 when it Irles to hammer out a ti- tcnn policy by |)i.ji)',ir only two nal recommendallon for Die fulurt monlhs' premiums. In o'-.t'niiry i of Palestine'In Ihc Fall. cases no physlcil cxtimii.allon vviil! be required. 'I'M TOt.-.vn me;cly cerllfies Uiat Uis hei'Uli Jt" ns j.ood a-s it was w:icn Hi; 1 policy lapfrd. Vclerans plan!;'::y to remsialc their policies may do bo av ihu VA office, Mr. Poj-.c iald. Read Courier News Want Ads. UN NAMES Continued rrom rage I. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111., May 15. I UP) — (U.4UA) —Livestock: Hogs 8,800; salable 8,000; fi>Iily aetive, moslly sleady to 25c lower. Some later sales 2a(J-lljs. up 5Gc lower. Bulk good and choice UiO lo 240 Ibs. 24.25 lo 24.50: ton :M.7.~: rather sparingly. 250 lo 270 Ibs. 23.SO lo 24.25; 270 lo 300 Ibs. 22 T> lo 23."5; 130 lo 150 Ibs. 22.bo to 5.4.2S mostly 24.00 down; 100 to 120 II). piss 19.50 lo 21.15; good 210 to M'J ib. sows nnlfon.s in Ihe United Nations arc ]g 25 to 20.25; few -20.5H; heavier equal," Fldcrktowicz said. I weights 18.25 to 19.00; slai-s, mostly The Arab slates apparently hail 150.00 to 11.00. abandoned their light lo make tlie) Cattle 3,600: salable 2 OUR; calves commission's instructions include ^.joo; nil salable, \bout sleady on a study of early independence for . A \\ classes. Top sjoorl steers. 20'.00: Piucslinc. Bui Saudi Arabia an-| sm ,,u j o t s B00( i and clrjio-! 25.W); nounced loday lhal like Ihe olh- medium lo good steers 22.SO lo 24.25; cr Arab stales il would reserve I Is (, ool i heifers and niixe.l yearlinHs rk'lit.s on any decision on Palestine nrouncl $22 lo $23.50; medium lo low by UN. ng for adjournment of session on I'aleslinc by Want to Keep Healthy? Take turklbU luitlis! Tin-™ Latlis ki.uivji tl,i. ivoiM uvi-r fur OiL-ir lu-nllljfnl iinuliiicB tuu now available to you i-lt'lit licru in l!l.> Ihi'villi'. llllM.i l!:illi9 l:,!l.- l.'.i.-.lH!,-, II four hyhli'iu. rt'lirvi' jullirilis. iniisi'ii- lur Hi-Urn urn! I,:MII« lin.l iHHki- >'»" like IICMI- njf.<!ii. llou'l ili'lny. mil us l.ir B [nlnifiil H.».-. Vi.u-M l.u f-l- LiiK lirtti'r in hlii>rl otil^r ill VOT7 email fXl'oriKU l(ml Artie's Beauty Shop yJ3 Jvorllj Mi'COud .Slri'C't l'l'<jne yjUti Jicss Myetson, who reigned us Miss Amerfra of 1945. proudly displays her new crown after heinj; chijsen C^ueen of Cotloti out of ISUO rivals lor the title. She'll reign at foi theoining In- ter/Kitiuiiril Ivxposihon ot Tex» tiles at New Vork (Jily. 463 Veterans Use Facilities Of Office Here '{'hi' Vclerans /\.fir.hiistr:i:i-ju office here provided information r.r.iij assisUmce lo T^3 vct'/ranfj and members of tlii'h- t-imilies dui!n«l Hol|l. -ftey \vi!l Join Dr. C. v Atbuj-y, principal speaker, who i s Professor "f Surger yat Kirksville College, of OsOopalhy and Siirgcrfa,'. u6r. ChVrles K. Smith of the. eye,J ear ancT throat department of tl\c same ccljfge and Dr. Orover Oillum, Prftfcssor of Nervous and' Mental of Kansas City College of and be .speakers. The brs. 'Ni horae Saturday. ' Surgery, • also Osceo/o News Mrs, John W. Kdrlntrloii, national vice chairman of Valley Forge Memorial Committee of the DauKh- teis of the American Revolution left yesterday for Washington. D. Q., where she is a delegate of William Strong Chapter of DAR at the National Congress of the. Na- llonal DAR Society. She was accompanied by Miss Cora Lcc Cole- mnn of Blylheville. corresponding secretary of the William Strong Chapter, Mrs. Madeline Campbell and Miss Ruth Ma.sscy. slate chairman of I lie Conservation Coimnit- h'Aprll. W. II. it w-a.-i r";:une<l '..ic'ay by Pope c( ll\o VA office. 1 During tile imr.l^l U.e ofiice staff handled 82 li'lcpli.ii-..- liUcrviijws and assisted visilors ir. .jreijaring 148 aiiiilif-atioM > for governnvRiil, betioiits. D^i-.hi^ (tie i-rcvions inonth 137 be-.iffit r.pplieailo;is were 'drawn up. Mi'. Pope reirin'^vl (x.servift'nu-n iti ihis eonmn::nlv lr:v f . deadlines n rapidly niJ'jrriac-hini: for scvc- l' of the vec-rnns' r.o:.'!';is i»o- veternns enli'.i"d to tn^ib'.Iity cn:r.- j)eusati'.m for Mie !o->s -jr Ir^s of liso. of one or bv_'\ lri;= ^l 01- L:! i.ve taken Ihe tonight, the assembly was called inlo plenary session al 10 a.m. Neutral diplomats among the 55 nations In Ihe assembly found some Jiojx? for Soviel-Ainericiij) accord 'Russia's demand for an inde- irendenl Arab-Jewish state, or if Unit, is impassible, parlition of Pal- esl ine. The nearest Ihint! to official policy supgesled by the United State'; tended toward partition- wilh increased Jewish irnnilErulioh. However, American officials said they had no intention of breaking Iheir rnrrcnl silence on the Holy Lan'l for comment on Ihc- Russian demand. 'Britain, cnief larget of Ihc Soviel call for an immediate end of ils Palcslinc mandate, also remained jilent. The Arabs were dejccled by Soviel Delegates Andrei A. Gromyko's speech yesterday. They intrpreted It as ix final s ign that Zionism will progress and the Arabs will lose sway in Palestine. Jewish Agency spokesmen remained silent officially nt rejoice' privalcly al what Ihey considered a promising field of agreement Ihe American and Russian positions. However, as delegates me. in the good, J8.50 lo 21.00; odd head good cows 18.00 to 10.50; common and medium beef cows, 15.00 to IT.fjO; canncrs and cutlers, 10.50 lo H.5i). Elgln^Watches with the'amazing DuraPower Mainspring visor, said today. _ le. Mls s Addle Hook, DAR pai;o, th« ankli- inust -wiy by Jnur .10 Miss Sallba 'jaid Ilic program, will leave Friday for Washington..»!' " u ' y wlsl1 l " " ll:x ' u i>is,o>"-Isin-s which has been'presented for adults • V" t! '' r VA ' S '" M ' > V*-J">~ r,inpn,ee;i and prc. high school and junior high is Plan to return Seniors Are Honored W|h Afternoon Parly , received high ahd Mrs.-tlrjyd Etieflnon. second high A -salad course wns served, {i • * * Mlsi Goodrich Electee! Sorority Council Head Miss Vera Elizabeth Goodrich \<-|",s .elected president of the City Council of Bela Sigma phi- Sorority at a meeting last night at the cluhroom. Other officers elected for Lhe new term were Mrs. John P. Fields, vice pnttftlcnt; Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, recording secretary; Miss Lynn Jackson, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Andrew Moses, treasurer They were Installed by Miss Alice Saliba. retiring president. The council is made up of repre- scntatives of chapters Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta of Ihc s ororlty. -rtie home of Mrs. uussell C.-l'a'rr w»|J the setting last nlajlsl lor pla^i party honoring H jsrmary Joljri- stoii, Julia Ann Woodson, Dan Cald- wcft and Bill Wiliiair.s, who ore of this yea:'s graduating £. Tv-^enty other members of the cJanK were also guest 1 ;. ; Bingo games were the main »l- .tra^Uon of Ihe evening. Jidia Anv an^ George Pollock weru winners. Pine pong and badmU-.lon were also Mrs TeroinC HostCSS pogilar games. ^ '. J .. ' ^clners. roasted at the burbe- cu»* pit in the yard of Ihc Fan- home, baked beans, and other iwriv Mrs. N. O. Jerome entertained fooas were served the 'guesU by llio Tuesday night, wilh a dessert hojless. who was assisted by her' bridge for members o[ Ln Nueve mother. Mrs. T. il. iHayr.es, and C'ub at .her home on Highway Gl Mrs. W. M. Williams.: | south. ' . Gilts were presented the Ruesls' Bridge pr-z?s were awarded lo ofionor. ? '.Mrs. John Thomas and Miss Pa- -.•«hoo] -slndenl». wonui iulerierc \vlllv;.school 'ac'tivilles If given to- 'rirtrro'.v atleriioon. Bridqc Luncheon Given For 40 by Two Hostesses O3OEOIJA. Ark.. May 1C.—Mrs. W, V. Alexander and Mr.s. Jeltlo Driver.were iioslcsses lo 10 tables 1 oi bridge "guests Tuesday wilh a 11 o'clock luncheon at .Ihe home of! 'Mrs. Alexniidcr. 'Mrs. N, I,. Gillespic won first' score priw. -Mrs. Eearcv Mcars won second. Mrs. G. L. Waddell. third and Mr.s. Myron Nailling, consolation. •Arrangements ot snapdragons and olher mixed Sprinu ilowers 1 were used as dccoralions in the entertaining rooms. Meetings ; Meeting of Masonic Lodge al. Ihc hall lonight, 1:30 p.m., for work in tlie fcllowciaft decree. All mi:-m- _ bcrs and yisltlnn brother'; Invilcd.jtn'l 'niulMes Rcfreshmchts will be served. Order] o/Jiincctod if rtjia-am. nolher dcxU'.:,^ \^ri?s in mdl- cases, hi' s-ucl T^i.s c:oi:--iiina ans wlshin;; It app'y for mrnt ol .^rrviiT-cr.imr^-^'d dental ,<iisnbi!:McR. I:i :ii '.^:-al. d-i-nt: <-onsi. ! orcd scrvicc- thr; veternr: apjilies of Max Parks, worshipful master. fpr^ treatment '.vithi.! a year rftcr To La Nucve Members Mrs. Young Entertains f With Senior Breakfast OSCEC'LA, Ark.. May 1C. — Mrs Lowell Young entertained this morning wilh a,breakfast honoring 25 Oscoola High School scr.iors. Guests included -Mrs. C. L. M'jore cla.ss sponsor, and Frank Sanders superinleiuScnl. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 . The TOT SHOP A mainspring that will not nisi, cannot be broken by ov er w i H di 11£, delivers a stcii'ly fio\f of power for ^roaier so- curacy. See our display. TfifJC tzar-limed 17-j'wel 'Elein De Litxetnadrls /»«e W K natural sold fitted cases PAT O'BRYANT iMain at ^ccoil'l 1'honc :ii(«I LrirM Wise, Vases of roses tainiug rooms. e»tor- EAR Rev. Harmon HoSI Lake Street Methodist Church Half Past May 600 South Lake St. And time to think of_gifts -FOR GRADUATES-; Half the, sentiment inspired by a sr.il"'. is lied up i" its wraping—everyone Unows thai a icift "dressed in glamour" is doubly apprcrialetl. Tlial's why, at. Uolhrock's, \ve n«> all-out with p;u'U:ii;t' trir.Mniujjs— at no extra cost to you. No half-way measures here, »vJien it i-omes lo i|iinlity mil service—we're ready to solve your gill problems wilh the newest and finest meiTh'ind'oe. & 4< SATURDAY, MAY 17 8:00 P.M. We Suggest: Hex Oyniimtts Kcvlon Kiii-liiiiii riale Miiko-ti)) HeaviMi-S'-nl Toilcl Water Appto I'los^om Sola Hnjilios i\litii-Kil.s I'crfiirno lUiliinslcin 1'uM'uf Sets Stationery and Infnnuals t.ucile Hair Hruslics iiiR Lipsticks \Yave Sets Old Si»;ce Toiletries Kountain l"'::is (Shcaf- icr) Amity Uiilfolds I'cn- at "City Super" Duncan's Admiration Coffee-ib.49c "It's Cup Tested! " SPAM TREET PREM Continuous Shows Every Uay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 L1STKN' TO KLCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n.. GAINING FASTER In Popularity because It's ... f^™S\l Thursday and Friday Cold Desk Sols Klin-trio JJa/\>rs Sli.'iviii.u 1 Kils i-ils lidiiks, \VHsniiilc Gibson Graduation Cords ROTH DRUG COMPANY 205 West Main * Phono 451 SUGAR 5 Ibs. 43* ' 'THRONE POWER • GEKE TIERe JOHN PAVHE-. Anne KftXIER Clifton IBB-Htrtert KHALI II SOMtRSETl^AlGirAM'S ^ The Razors 2a r^« rf b, DMRYL r. ZANUCK ,dt, LDMUIID GOULUING ...^rr a/ t. 7 LA.M/.R TSOTtl Alsn Sluirl Snbjrrls Conlimuuls SHowiiii!; Mvcr.ytlay ('olonicil Sandwich Spread - - pt. 29c Vi 1'vnc SALAD DRESSING -ea.!9c No. '/, size Tin AMERICAN SARDINES 15c I'osl's G 0* Tkg. CORN TOASTIES 6 for 29c CITY SUPER MARKET 109 West Main St. Phone 2668 Bos Office Opens at 0:30 Opens SunOny 1-3(1; Slnrts 1:15 Continuous Si- .AT; S.it. 'nil Sun, Bargain Night Fr»— Mght li.tccpt honored en (lie Hoxy. Thursday autl VriBav .*mHiAra'jJi;iiio;i Selcolcd Shorl Subjccfs

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