The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
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. PAGE'TWO BLYTIjEVILLEr. (ARK.) 'COURIER NEVTO COURIER NEWS ' CpJtrUMENTABY TICKET - ' Ilib Ticket WUI Admit Hubert Seymour & Companion ' , , . Bljtheville ,";, — 1» the— K1TZ THEATER Hardjrs Kld« High" FLAPPER FANNY - COPR, 1939 B¥ StA StRViCC. By'Sylvia Shane Graduate From Vassal* On June 12 Some Teachers Attend School, ^ow***^* Miss Gayle Norment, wlio attemi- ' '!', Others Spend Summer In Camps Social Calendar /WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles L. Wylle entertaining Wednesday Contract club Tbwn and Country club meeting »Uh *£rs Hugh H&rbert. .THURSDAY'S EVENTS .'Mis. Frank McGregor presenting plino sliidents !n recital, hlgli school auditorium, eight o'clock. Cro-Tat-Em club meeting with Mrs, Din Sutherland. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thursday luncheon club, Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. EdgSr Boriim. Mrs. C. W. Qarrlgan entertaining Thursday Afternoon club, Double Hour Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Raymortd Smith : FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Ramsey Duncan presenting piano students iri recital, First Methodist church, eight o'clock. Hnywood Cemetery association meeting 2-.30 o'clock with Mrs. D. P. Potter at home of Mr, and Mrs. Ertdle B. D»vid. ' Fldells class, First Baptist church, havtog picnic at Walker Park, 7.00 pm. ' SATURDAY'S; EVENTS Cotillion club having dance, S'O o'clock, American Legion Hut. Cotillion Club To Hair Dance Saturday Plans for the Cotillion club dance to' be given Saturday night « ere announced today by members of the committee hi charge or arrangements: Blir Hardwlck and his orchestra of Memphis will make tlielr flrsl appearance here at this dance which Is to be at the American Legion Hut. It will begin nt 9:30 o'clock The affair. Is lor club members and their guests Programs may be called {or nt the home or Mr. and Mrs.- Torn Phillips, 218 Davis avenue, beginning Thursday ntght and continuing through Saturday morning Members • in charge of arrangements are- Ellis Snipes, Mrs Tom Phillips, Mrs James Terry, J W Adams, Mrs. Carllon Smith Jr. ' * * * , Hnc Family Picnic ' Mrs. Willie Allen ot Dallas, Te\, who is -visiting relative'! here, was guest of honor at a supper last night /(then Mr. and Mrs R C Allen entertained members or their "Yoii won't have n»y trouble with next year's kids, Afiss Jones. We've (old 'cm all about you an' they're already seared." families wllh t\ picnic tm the yard Mrs. Laura Young of Hattlcsbtirp of Ihcir home. . B nd Mr. Hornsny Is the son of Sandwiches, salads, total beans, I Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Hornsby of relishes nnd desserts were served Columbus, at the picnic after which the guests were shown the Aliens' newly decorated home. They "visited" with each .other during the evening. . : . . . , Jr. (5. A. Meets ' nmiljlr. Wedding Ceremony I'crforiiicd Il/rc Saturday A double wedding ceremony was performed here Saturday night when Miss Geneva Brown and lilies Duvis were wed nt the same i^jii. . ' r 11 *<«t.i) i-rima ivutu IV lit (It- tl 1C »tIIILU inn? rlT'^n, 'I*,, B ™ 0k3 "™ <* were Miss Betty Jo Essary, S, 0 : '1, A( ' S nr ?.°.. hc ,. 11 . r . 5 , 1 or Slkeston, and Ira Galnes. Baptist church met at Ihe church yesterday afternoon for a program meeting. A scng opened Ihe program. A The Hev. Mrs. Etipha D. Bcaslcy, pastor of the First Church of the Znznrcne, read the service before Ihe young two songs, following, which .'Mrs, Reagan, Mrs. C. T, .Shamlln and Mrs. George Shamlln gave scripture readings from the 15th chapter of John, l^ayer was offered by Mrs; W. L. Oreciv before a-'duct' , "Ivory Palaces", was -sung by Mrs. O. J. Rodgcrs and Mrs. George j Shanks..' Mrs. neagnti offered pray- Mrs. Green presided over the hrlef business session. The J6 mem- (IjerG and one visitor, Mrs. G. D. .Brooks of Martin, Tonrt., "house- Biiest of the Rev. J. T. Hogd 'and I family, were dismissed with prayer [by Mrs. George Dlslnger, I .... * ..• . • j Attend Dance Aboard Ulisslsslppi Kivcr Boat. • I A large crowd of Bivthevillc i people attended Ihe dance onboard Ihc S., S, President at the San ISoucI landing last night, included In-the group were: Mr. ami Mrs. Ellon Klrby. Mr. and Mrs. nfley B. .Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe, . Mr. arid Mrs. Bernard Allen, IVtr. and Mrs. W. L' Horncr, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. (David, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter, Van Elliott, Herman Cnrlton, Er- jncst Jamlcson, Spencer Alexander, Miss Maureen Branson, • U. S. Branson Jr. Miss Mary Spain Usrey, Miss Sura Jo Little, Bob Toler, Toler Buchanan, John Ben Bomai', Max Usrcy, Oscar Fendler, Paris Mc- Cnlln, Coleiiian Slevcns, Johii Harp, Bob Herrick,' Todd Harrison, Rouse Harp, Miss Joan Perkins, Mr., and Mrs. John M. Vendes, Hodgson iUodlnger, Harold Rosentlial, Miss Mary Virginia Cutler, Henry na- cls, .7. T. Sudbury, Jlmrnle Edwards, Ml&s Jean Stacy, Simon Joseph, Miss ,Jo McGhee, George Cross jr., Miss Capitola" Whitworth, Bill Eoyd. John McDowell, Mike Simon, Eddie Saliba,. Lloyd Wise, Miss Blanche Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. While. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, Mrs. J. n. Turner, Mr, and Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs. W, J. Wunderlich, Mr. and Mrs. John F-. nelninllier, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggcrs.X Marshall Black - ard, Sanford Hoone, Jack Craig, Miss Doris Dobyns, Jack O'Kcefc, Miss Jane Branson and her house- <fuest. Wade Ewart Jr., of Lexington, Miss. ^'^j^S^Y,™ r^^^rS for which the theme was "How 1 " Ule " corsa e M .werc ol Big Are We?" and was rosebuds. The ingredients In \?| Capudlne nre so efficiently combined that headaches, neuralgia, and muscular pains [ are quickly'relieved. Try this delightful remedy. Note how qultUy comfort returns, sou feel more cheerful, and nerves'become steadier. f f }\ 11 drug 'stores. lOc-SOc-Wc CAPUDINE Reeves told "How A Sunbeam Band Scattered Cheer". She also distributed pnrts for next week's program nt the close of the meeting. * * * Frequent Blyllicvlllc Visitor to \Vcit Friday Miss Plna Eleanor Young, who has lislled here a number ;of limes, will be married Friday ''la Given Ciockcllc Honisby of Columbus, Miss. Miss Young's ststcis, Mrs. F. -L. Husband and Mrs. Charles Swnln, Dr. Husband, and Mrs. Swain's 'younger scls. , Mr. Davis and Mr. Galnes botli have farming Interests at Half Moon where Ihey arc erecting new homes for their brides. * » » Lirgc Croup of Guests Attend Auxiliary Meeting A large group of guesls attended the meeting of the Woman's Aux- Hary of Ihc St. Stephen's Episcopal church which met yesterday afternoon when Mrs. F. F. Jacobs. of Grider, discussed the subject, •Introduction to Christian Phlloso- yozmg daughter. Girlfriend, . . rren, w I attend the riles which will lake place at HuHicsbuvg, Miss., home of Uiss Young. The 'bride elect is teacher of physical education In the city schools ot Cohunuus where Mr. H:rrisby ir, connected with the railroad. She is Ihe daughter of lit / . / -fCt (!!(. "ManAbeu! Town" i PdiirnbunlFictuit MOJUD THIGH-MOLD SILK STOCKINGS tf magic ships, in the fop ... * absorb strain * check garter runs * Hold garler; firm * Uep seams straigii( Thank the four magic slrips in Ihe lop of THIGH-MOLDS for unrestric- ieJ freedom of movement and long wear. No wonder Iliey're favorites with adiva women! And a featiue with us, ikttr ibtir pair Int £ ,'-, he , f tw ° ° r lbrcc "««*'»»« show- mf (he most beautiful Crepe llosiety extremely iln.t-r , Special *tmOtttKcu*H this „«*. "itemcly sliutr. . IHIIiriE'£ S. TO O/ " Bits of News Mostly Personals' Tiic |)iograni was presented al the comit'rj'i home of Mrs. A. G. Little, who hod arranged a teu for the social hour. She was assisted In serving by three of the guesls, Mrs. ,!. A. Ijccch, Mrs. R. F. Klrsh- ner and Mrs. Byron Morse. Other guesls included: Mrs. Hurry W. Hnlncs nnd Mrs. Jatncs Hill Jr., both of here, Mrs. Hurry Miller, Mrs. GcoiRla Glider Williamson and Mrs. Davis, nil of Osccoln, and Miss Shirley Arnold, of Memphis housegncst of Mr. tnul Mrs Sheldon Hall, of Club' Is Changed. Tho Urospcrity club, which lias formerly met on Thursday, will meet on Wednesday of Ihi's week al the home of Mrs. Phillip George al Luxora. The affair will be at 2:30 o'clock. * * * Postpone I'icnic. Paul Byrmu Is attending lo business in Memphis today. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Husband and Mrs. Charles Swain attended to business In New Madrid yesterday. J. B. Husband lias gone to Arkansas Slate college al Jonesboro, where he has enrolled for the summer Icnn. Curl Tiplon, who underwent ah operntiori for appendicitis last week at the Wails hospital, was removed to liis home at Manila yesterday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipton of Manila. Billy Gray Boston, who has been attending school here this year, returned lo his home In Union Oily, Teini., yesterday. He was motored over by Ira Gray and C. M. Gray, who -were the overnight guests of their sister, Mrs. n. c. Boston. E. M. Terry jr. and Coleman Elevens have arrived home from Conway where they attended Hen- drlx- college. They will spend their summer vacations here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. rj. S. Stevens. Mrs. R. C. Alien and son. R. C. Jr., Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs, Jesse While and son, John Charles, will leave tomorrow morning for llar- 'istnirs, ill., where they will visit Mrs. Womack's sisters. All of Ihe parly except Mrs. Womack will ictuvn In n few days, but slic 7 remain for a longer visit wllh her sisters belore going to St. Louis where she will visit niiuiher daughter. She plnns lo be away for a month. Miss Mary Spain Usrcy returned home yesterday afternoon from the University of Mississippi at Oxford r r <, „, . . VJMIVI 1011} Ul L>ll.-SM.->bllnU ill- UXIUFI! ler, 0 r P n* r , ," "" e '' Da "«"- r °" owi »S commencement exercises icieduV, fnr Vh! "r? "'i" 0 ' 1 H lvcW Monday. She was a member S 1 ," 1 *l, f °':, 11 ^, i , n : u :f, da ?;,',.. i f ° f «««™duau,, 8 ci a5S . aic w» t'rograrn 1'rcscnUiI Ai \V. M. S. meeting. Mis. A. lj. Reagan was leader of ttic program presented at Ihe meeting ot the Woman's Missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist church yesterday afternoon at the church. ~ ." ' The. meeitng was opened with AVK ARK IN OUK New Location IZl W. Main SI. Across From Slcrlhig's MOST MODKRK SHOP IN NORTHEAST AKK. Iwvisible Hali-Soliiig Dyes — Polishes QUALITY SHOE SHOP H. B. Campbell Ed. Cobb PHONE 120 - clses. Mrs. Usrey was the luncheon giiesl of Chancellor and Mrs. A. n. Butts yesterday when they entertained for Governor and Mrs: Hush Wh|tc-and members of (he Board ot Trustees. Mr. Usrcy. who is employed in Comdeii, will spend a week here with his mother and sister. Mrs. B_H. Smith went.'to Memphis today to be with her dau»gh- •tcr. Miss Milrdcd Smith, who is-lll at the Baptist hospital, .Miss Helen Tlnnal and Miss Mary Elt'/abeth Bnrntn, who were sludcnts at. the University of Arkansas at FaycUcvWo this year; 'have Arrived home lo spend their 'Summer vacations here with their .parents, Mr, anrt Mrs. C. 'llnttal ;amt ^^r. and Mrs. Erlgar Uorum ! Miss liosa M. Hardy'has gone to Gates. Temi.; lo spend (he summer. She was accompanied by tra 1 (Gray Jr.. who spent Ihc weekend' I there. Me. Gray will leave tomorrow morning for an Ii. o. T c'l cam!) In Kansas where he \vlll he 1 ; stationed for the summer. I Todd and kill Harrison, who it- tend Hendrix college at Conway, have arrived home to spend th°lr- summer vacation with their par-' Camps and Institutions of higher learning arc attracting a largo mmbef of . Instructors m the city schools who no longer have to answer Ihc 8:30 ringing of the bells of Iho'city schools.' Nine members of the city faculty have Iwen drawn back lo colleges and Universities for further training while four instructors have ecu lured lo the great opc» spaces for camp vacations. West Tennessee State Teachers college at Memphis will be attended by Mrs.-Eileen P. Clements, Mrs. Herman Rimer, Mrs. E. P. Fry, Miss Mary Kubler and Miss Atmii Peters. Mrs. O. B. Quellmala will attend the University of Alabama at Tuscnloosa, while C. O. McKce will go lo Peabody college at Nashville, Freeman Robinson lo Iowa Miss rally Shane Miss Pally Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, will receive her degree from Vassal' College at Ponghkeepsle, 'N.' Y., in commencement exercises June 12. 'flic youngest member of this year's graduating class, she is only 19 years old. She finished the city high school «l the ago of 15 with first scholastic honors. She has done excellent work and will graduate with distinction f^ the college, Her major study has been in economics. Her parents and Miss Martha Ann Lynch left Sunday for ( Pough- kcepsie to attend the graduating Before returning home, (hey with Miss Shane will drive through Canada and go to New York for the World's Fair. They plan to he away for three weeks. Luna B. Wllhclm. Miss Sunshine Swift, Mrs. E<J Hardin, Miss Eliz. abetti Halstead, Mrs. Joe Cratg, Fred Plccman, H. T. Schnee Mrs. J. R. Webster, S. K. Garrett, MI P°. Miss., during the past year, return fl i ??, Fr ' day and * l " spend ,\ most of the summer vacation here \i> with her mother. <" Mrs. H. V. LJtzclfelner and Mrs Earl Powell returned Saturday evening from St. Louis, Mo., where Ihey had s)>cnt Friday and Saturday wllh Miss Virginia LilMlfel/ter. Mrs, L. H, Schult and daughter. Camp life appeals to Mrs. George M. Hunt and Miss Mildred Moore who will be counsellors at Camp Ouachila at' Thornburg. Other camp addict* are Miss Alta Darlington, who will head Kamp Kitvani at Hardy, and Charles G. Moorehead, who will return to Camp Sapphire at Brevard, K C. Except for brief visits elsewhere, niytheville will be the vacationing spot for 16 of the teachers. They Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, j. s. Mor- Miss Edna Ann, and Mrs Ploran ris, Mss Mary Emma Hood. Miss Kopplcs and daughter, Margaret i» Simpson will remain licrelspent (he weekend In St. Louis'. Wrs. schult and rjaiigliter attended he graiiatlon exercises at Cliam- niacie College, where their nephew and cousin, Mike Dorsey, was a nembcr of tlic class. Mrs. Koppeis and daughter visited willi Mr.'Kop- icte. Mrs. Wood Taylor.of Bernie, Mo., and Mis,^ Pauline Garrctt of Hits city drove to Columbia, Mo., 2 p ri- daj' for Mrs. Taylor's sou, Wood Jr., who has attended the University there this-year. Mrs. Sibyl Moffilt and sms, Wln- .frcd and Dale, who have sncnt tile past four months in Biloxl, Miss., returned Sunday and will again make this city their home.'Mr. and(:|j Mrs. Bmioii Mofiitt drove to Memphis for them Sunday, until the end of June when she will go lo Knoxville, Tenn. Otliers who will remain in the slate for the summer arc: Mitchell Best, who will visit in McCrory; Miss Emily Dale Gray, In Fayctte- vllle; Miss Elizabeth McHcnry, In Conway; Miss ERle Lee Terrell in Murfreesboro; Miss Medrith Hancock, In Conway; Miss "Mary Outlaw, in Rcclor; Miss Marguerite Silaz.Mn Conway. Miss Irene Morgan will divide her time between the month of August. The slate of Tennessee will have among Its visitors Miss Rosa M. Hardy at Gales, Miss Monla Hughes at Brighton and Miss Dora Coppedge at Bijj Rock. To Bluffton, Ga., will go Miss Amy L. Bailey. Miss Eva Davis will be a summer guest at Jonesvillc, Va., and Miss Ruth Bosiick al Louisville, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Pegg will be in Muskogee, Okla., while are: Miss Clara Cecil Cassicly, Joe Mrs. Elma Armstrong will''snend Dildy, Mrs. Farmer England. Miss,the summer at Gulfporl. cnU, Mr, and Mrs. Znl B. Harrison, Hnd family. • JltimiJc Allen, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Allen, is able to be out following n week's illness of malaria. T o in m y Thompson, who was graduated this year Irom Arkansas Stale College at Jonesboro, has arrived home for a visit, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Sr., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Deduian and family in Memphis, Is spending this week in Joiner with Mr. and Mrs. Donaid Fletcher. Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Dedinnn are daughters of Mrs. Westbrook. B. P. Gay, William Fauglil, Ija- tham Stacy, Victor Ivy and Ger- Priday night by three students of ] Mrs. Charles Pemi. Julia- Ann Woodson, Donna Wunderlich and Bclty Francis Woodsou, at the Fenn home. | Cookies and punch were served the 35 present after "llie program had been gi.ven. Julia Ann Woodson, who opened the program, played Micssmer's "Melody", Williams' "The Hurp", "The Bells", "Two Fingered Tommy", and "Fairyland Music." The numbers played by Donna Wunderlich included II. Curtis' "Waltz", Spauldlng's "American Doll", "Japanese Doll" and "Scotch Doll", Strauss' "Blue Danube Waltz." Betty Frances Woodson played the following numbers: Burgmuller's "The Gypsies", "Dark Eyes", Lebar's "Merry Widow Waltz", Lnnge's "Flower Song." aid Carter, students at Ihc University of Arkansas at Enj'ctte- vllle have; arrived home .lo spend Ihelr summer vacations: here with: their parents, Mrs. B.-F. Gay Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fa light, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Mr", and Mrs. T. I. Ivy and Mr. and Mrs. .G. R. Carter. R. A. Friend left lasl night for Lufkln, Tex., where he will visit his grandmother, Mrs. W. R. Brown and his aunt, Mrs. M. E. Gibbs, and family. He was motored as far as Memphis by ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. jricml. Miss Evelyn Smart has arrived home from Mississippi Stale College for Women ut Columbus, to spend the summer with her par- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr. She was a student at the college this year. Miss Virgie Mae Abbott, who has been attending Hillmon College at Clinton, Miss., has arrived home to spend her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Abbott, U. S. Branson Jr., who has been teaching •(« Stuttgart the past year and who is spending a few weeks here with his family, will 'leave about the I5th for Chicago where he will do work on his Ph. D. degree at the University of Chicago.. I Miss Patty Ann Green returned last night from Sheffield, Ala., where she hart been the guest of Miss Eiiaibelh Mills for n week. She and Miss Mills were class mates al SI. Agnes Academy nl Memphis. Miss Green will spend the summer here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. KaVl arcen. Mrs. Wade If. Ewart and son, Wade Jr., of Lexington. Miss., came Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, and family. They plan to. spend a week here. Miss Katherinc Gill, of Dell, is spending the summer at honie after having atlended the University of Arkansas al Fayeltcvllle for the past semester. ; - Townsentl Club To Here Tonight '"Caruthersville Society — Personal Mrs. C. W. Ciirliii and daughter. Miss Dollye, of Hickman, Ky. t ant Miss Betty Ann Reed of Fulton Ky., spent the weekend here -with Mrs. Curlin's mother, Mrs. J. B. Graham, and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCarty were called to Hickman, Ky., Friday evening by the serious illness of Mr. Mccarty's mother. They returned home Monday morning. Mrs. J. C, Hill and son. Joe, and daughter, Carol Jane, left Monday morning for Memphis where they will spend a week or ten days with her mother, Mrs. A. Hoi den and sisters, Mrs. Jack Walker and Mrs. Jac k Shelton and family. Mr. and Mrs. W,- i,. Canlrell and daughter, Miss Mary Lora'mc and Ton-Jisend club NO. One will sen, Robert, spent Friday and Sal- meet tonight al 7:30 o'clock in (he tirday in St. Louis. They returned auditorium of the couri house, It home Salmaay evening. was announced today. All members of the group were urged, to .attend .this important, meeting, "officers'takf. ''* v ' Miss Bcrnice Chilton spent Friday and Saturday in St. Louis, Mo. .She .accompanied . Mr..,and. .Mrs. j W. L. Canlrell. The group returned | home Saturday evening. Atty. O. E. Hooker spent Monday morning in Cape Girardeau, Mi., where he attended to legal business. • " • . Mr. and.Mrs. Walter Kel.ley and Mrs. Anna Lane of Crau'fordsville, admitted. ' ' Ind., who were guests of Dr. C. O. Deieron Webster, city, dismissed DeHolf several days last week, left Walls Hospital At The Hospital* Bli'theville Hospital Ray McC'raty, city, admitted. Mrs. Shelby Adams, West Ridge, Mrs. Lillle Braclham, Leachvllle, admitted. . Lois Fields, Lone Oak, admitted. Joyce Doivdy, Manila, admitted. Lucile Oldhani, city, dismissed. Carl Tipton, Manila, dismissed. Carl Bean Jr., city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Marion Garner, Osceola, admitted. , Memphis Methodist Hospital" Mrs. W. U Wyatt, Caruthersville, admitted. Friday afternoon for their home. Dr. DeHoff is a nephew of the two ladies. Otla and Otis Bond of Deering spent a few hoiirs in this city Friday attending to business matters^ Wert Optometrist "HE BIAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Complete Line or ' WEST1NGHOUSE ELECTRIC Ranges and Water-Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP MO S. Second Phone .114 Mrs, Perm's Students j Give Piano Recital, A piano recital was presented- S P II f I ^ 1 '« lhe n « l <-/ I I.U tip 1 4 monlbs of THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY M»ke (),« most or soar teidlnl hours. Enjoy ttia wit, u, wisdow. lie compinlonjhtp. the chatra Hit b«e tasiSe the Alhnllc, lor over setentj- ^ftva ycsrj, Ametic&'s moal quoted »nd most rttrlstcd»ta«- Seod »l (raentionlnj Uil3 ad) to ' •' Tlit AlUnllt MonlUy, 6 RECORD BREAKING SALES OK CHEVROLBTS AUK BRINGING THE IJGST USED TRUCKS IN THE CITY TO CHEVROLET DEALERS. BIG TRUCKS, LITTLE TRUCKS- TRUCKS IN EVERY PRICE' CLASS. ALL OFFERED AT UARGAIN PRICES FOR QUICK SALE. 1937 Chevrolet L.W.I5. Truck. D. I!Ki!» License ....... ...... St. Body 1937 Dodge, 158 in. \V.B. Truck, IJI39 License, /cnl buy ....... ____ ____ . ........... .V8(i8H 1937 Ford V-8— 157 in W. B. Truck. Special.. S315) 193(i Chevrolet. 131 in. W.B. Truck— Only ____ S2S!) W37 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. A dandy. . ..... S395 1937 G.M.C. Pickup Truck. Tires like nciv.... S38'J 1937 Dodge Pickup Truck. Low Mileage ........ $389 i!)37 Ford V-8 Pickup Truck. Slake body ...... S30!) JS33 Chevrolet Truck C. H. 0. \V,, runs good.. StJ!) H)«6 Clievrotet Truck D.' W., Motor overhauled 5139 50 Olhcr Trucks and Cars to Choose from Easy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO, Open Nights R.R. & Waljiut Phone 633 The old time calomel was the doctor's favorite remedy for biliousness or so-called "Torpid Liver," so prevalent in hot weather, hut it had some serious drawbacks from the standpoint of the patient. The nauseating nnd sickening aftereffects and the necessity to follow iL wllh a dose of Epsosi salts made many of us hate to take It. Now you can really enjoy your calomel, for Calotabs make calomel-taking a pleasure. They glv»: you Ihc combined effects of calomel and sails helping Nature to expel the sour, stagnant bile and washing It out of the system. One or two Calatabs at bedtime with a glass of water or sweet milk —that's all. Next morning your. system feels, clean and refreshed," your head Is clear, your spirit bright, and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you wish and go about your work or pleasure. Genuine Calolabs arc sold only In chccker-lioanl (bluck Biirt white) packages bearing the trade mark "Calotaljs." Refuse Imitations. TamUy package only twcnty-flve cenU- trlnl package 'tcii cents, at yqut dealer's. (Adv.)' (i I • Ereryfhing for your enter tainmenl and comfort. Pigr Of Courier News Fo» Fr«e Show Gnestt Tue. - Wed, - Thur. Tuesday n ill not be Pal Day cir ' Niglil this Week. THEIR 6<* SMASH HIT! ^Iso selected shorts Admission Matitiec IQc & 26c Admission Niglil IGc & 36c $ f FRIDAY, JUNE 125 GOOD REASONS Why you should attend tru show Matinee or * » « S * S ROXY Arlmtaslori nlwajs lOc & ZSc Matlncis Frl.-Sat,-Snn. PAL NIGHTS Two Admitted, tor Ihe Price of 1

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