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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 4, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE • (ARK.) NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER <i, Miss, Jeannetta Jean Sebaugh Is Bride, of Ljeyt-. Dale B(iggs > Miss Jeannetla Jeanne Stbaugh daughter of Mr arid Mrs OlfToi-d Vincent Sebaugh, became the bride o( Lieut Dale Schaffer Brlggs of Tulsa. Okla, In a Candlelight tere- inom peifo'rmed Saturdaj night 8 o'clock at First Baptist ChutcH The Ro\ S B Wllford pastor of First Melhqdtst Ctturch, officiated A large number of guests attend ed the affair, the first large redding of the earl) Pall season Tlie soft glow of myriads of cathedral tapers gave a touch of unusual b°aut> lo the setting, with the chincel of the church banked wlt^i masses of Southern smilax an<J wood uaidia fern interspersed wHh white gladioli and white tapers In wrought Iron caudelabia The entb-e church V.RS wreplied 1" smilax and spra>s of tuberoses. , A till woodvhrdla tree, cen'elcd with white gladioli, fprmed a DICK- ground for the brid,al paiW, Uun floor baskets of giant ...... ihrjsanthemums v,eie used nl clthu side ol the chancel. rha channel n)\ vos completely outlined \\rth fern* MI He glaaloi , t tnpers with twin bouquets rjadioli at either en^ oJ Ihe r while the windows on the sides o i the church v, ere banked with smlla , ind white Candles nio satin covered aisles dow which the bridal party passed, *,ei outlined with white ajsleuosls tie with stithi ribbons and^showere with sprays of tuberoses while tr kneeling bench on which the coup knelt for prayer was decorated wit a sprav of white gindloh and tnalln Presents Orgils Musio Preredinff the entry of the bridal pirty, a program of organ music I was given by L T Moore Jr HI" selections Included ' Priere A Mo tre-Dume from 'Suite Gothique by L Boellnmnn, Little Star' Mo- Ions for thp Sebaugh hpnic, will •s of these flowers used througn- !i deste Moussorgsky, "My Heart At li Ths Sweet Voice , from Samson I and Delilah , and ' Dreams by HiiEh McAmls The wedding march from 'Lohengrin' by Wagner was used as the processional while Mendelssohn s wedding march from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream ft as heard as tlie recessional During live exchange of vows'Mr Moore plajed 'My Wonderful One ' ' During the musical program the tapers inside the chancel were lighted bv Miss Shirley Burham while Ihe ushers Fred Rutherford Jr and Joe Evrard ligl\tcd th window and aisle candles Miss Barham wore a formal dress of pastel pink satin and chiffon fnsliloned with a sl)lrred bodice and full floor jlength skirt of chiffon The three quarter length sleeves "were shirred below the elbow, and th" skirt \was trimmed w.tth Qn> bows of matching satin She wore ons and pufts of iriallne. She wore ns her only ornament.a lamond necklace a gilt lp l\er im- jrnal grmidrnothei from 1 hei; bride- room im her wedding day,,and cared her mothers lace ••-•>->'-• audkerchlef,, Charles Brlggs of Sapulpa, Okls,, ened his brothei as best man. Immediate^ following the cere- ions R icceptlon was held, at the ome of the brides'parents at 1QOO Vest Hea\n, vrhere the 'giujils ,ere received by the bride and irldegioom and members of the bil- ial paity, her parents, mid' Mh Charles Brlggs of Sapulpa. Home Decorations corsage 1 While roses, slephanolls and tube- pies ptedonilnntcd. In the Ilprul (lec- oratlous 'asei ml the house The stalrcSse vyar> on- .^luecl with smlla^ and white glad- 611,' with "bouquets of willte chrysanthemums and gladioli iirrangi'' jii the,newel post and on'tlic stall landing. • • A pink nnd white color scheme was carried out In the (lining room where all the table aij'poiiilmsnl weio In silver A "sllver'bowl fiUei with Snow White rosebuds nnd tiiiJe roses was used on the, buffet, to gclhei with slender white tapers'U single silver cnntlle holders, whi: the largo bn> wlndo'w'ln'llic dihln room featured a pink gladioli tret The three, tiered wcddlifg coke was topped with n tiny revolving music bo\ which played tlic wed-' ding mirches ns the miniature bi ido. d'Kl giopm i evolved around tlic cqki! ,h!s cenleied the refreshment UvMe^ ,hlch was covered with' nil impoit- d cutsvork cloth. Sprats of white isiduilas sscphnnotls 'and 1 valley lilies with puffs 'pf inrjlliic,: surrounded the cake which was flanked with silver caiideiabrtv nnd white, tapers. Champagne punch was served, by •4a Marcus EviaH, \yh,!te Mrs. \V. C Higglnson seived Ihp liiUlylclunl bildc's cakts, Icgd'wllh tiny. vjlnif rosebuds They wi-re ussisted In serving by Miss S'llricy Bqrhani, Miss Gail Eich Miss Maxlne, Mis C A Tant and Mrs'."H\igh WhllsU' The, wadding Sjl(ts vyefe dlsplayei in the upstairs, llvlnV'rooin'by Mfs Edl\h McCool anil M,rs,' George' \y Barham and, Miss Nancy Hughe was in chaige of'the gucstibqbk. Later in the evening Lieiitenijii Brlggs and his bride left for tlVei •weddinu trip LO Tulsa, •••'—•" »" Listen Is 0£D6jft|4y The ' th'arrlnge/of Miss Virginia ly'de Liston'to Donald Ei Parker- on, seaman 1-c in the Navy, was nnouhced today', by the b.rlde's irehts, Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Ust.on t! B'urUett?'. •'••'. '(The wedding was solemnized Fi'l- lay, Aug, fe, al'ifoUlster O'lmrch Is Hollistcr,,'C'allf., with"llie fcv, John Ocslng, rector of the Ir.irch,' officiating:" ••r.he br|'de W9re'n tw'O piece suit {, fi/ju» wpol with black accessories nhd''a,'corsage d[ Ta.llsihan rosc- Her .,only, altendnnt, Miss Jean Calverti of" Memphis, wore ii gold sull wfth brown accessories and a Bitsof - / Mostly, Personal figshigns f or g$ttefl Qir f s Design Own Dote Dresses gardqiilas. ycrhoiii M. " f'ickell, seaman 1-c North "Vrtiioh, Ind., now stationed it H.pllJLslti;,'!:s'erved .IVlrVParkeison as bes( mnii."': \ "• • A reccptfbn'wns held at the home of Mrs'. VVA f,,. Dypwn In Ilolllster iiiinie'dI i n,tely\fo)lp,vvinE 't,he wedding. • : Mrs.' Parlccrson\ attended Holy Angels Academy hi Jonesboro, and lia;s. b'eeii r-iiipldyocJ for the past three yeiirs at the S'putheni Shellac eo;hijaiiy In M(\inphK, Mr. Parkerson, who' Is (h'e ()ph'b(lMr and Mrs. B. -D.' Parkei'-soh' at 'St.- Mteha'els, ^l., v/as 'einployfid In defense vvprk ' ' - Ajass.',) prloV to cnler- in'g the l 'Ndvy: v '' : ' \ ' • '-' ." ; '' ' ' They 'wlU'be at -home In Hollls- ter while 1 thc.ibrldeijrooiii Is stationed there with the I^Iavy. •-'•.'•' •.';-'••<! ': ; *' \»\.E>.C. Gj[ut> Resumes Games pink camellias in her - " ' " ia._ blue buiton'e(i'"down"lhe"back" with' Vliiy'U»8e of orchids satin cove>«d buttons, and r '-'" ! was used on the three quaite: v ..,. visit hh paren(s, Mr. uml Mrs Robert Lcc Bilggs before eolnu I \Vllllams Field Chandler';. Arb wheie they will .their hojri while he is stationed" there with"'" Aim) Air Corin". ,,; , . t*oi Raveling Mrs. Brlggs \yorc a oilglnal Forstinan suit of, cybkinb pink wool gabardine, w lih a ylsUIng his parents udor to Ko'liig ovefslfn?/ Sergfant'-'Hoffinnn, formerly'" stationed'" ' ^t" ^'JAh?^'- 1 . 16 T ' ' Missouri Wrligfitrspeirt'lhe weekend lii Qsccila'-a^'yie gyest^of her brolhcr.'rra'^Wrlght and fnmlly J. C. King of Union City, Tenn., was the weekend guest of his aun|, Mrs. J. IX Woodljurii and oilier rcla- tiv'fs. ' ' '•' '•' : 'Hyt. Wesley Ql^chell arrived this morning froih Camp' Shelby, Mlw, to-spend his 10-day furlough with Ills mother, Mrs. Mettle Wllllains ^'nd 'olber 1 relatives. "' Lleiit! nnd Mrs! Horace Harwell arrived tills afternoou,"to spend a syeek with Mrs. Harwell's sister, Mrs. Bakijr \yilsoii and ; family. after spending:'twp wce'.k's In Durand, Mich., visiting her • sister. Mis. G. C. Sayre and Dr Sayre. Slie went lip especially to aHend the weddliig of her nlcce', ; Mrs'LaVojinc Pletdiei', to Ray Beck "of .Delrblt," foinvily of Blytlievlllc. : Mrs. Joh'n P. Hoffman and infant son left this for. Lan- ._ _ cpstcr, Pa., to be wllh. Staff Serge- neglected cbUd of fashion—the 11- ijnt Hoffinan _who : is' on furlough to-17-ycar-o!d—somp °s'naj>py slyles In spoil an(\ "elate" dresses will be coming iij) In Sept,ciuber to fill clio.lce spots In school wardrobes. Tills lime, the designers who will take t|>C tyjyys will be foiir little girls—'iiol gimyii-iipg. The (iiinrlcl, chosen from a field of 40,1)00 youpg entrants' In a recent The Hospitals IUyt.l]evllk Huspltul Admitted': •' .'" Mrs. H, N. Gordon, Rt. 1, city, Mrs. J. B Ferguson, Manila. W. J. Evans, Portagevlll.e, Mo. Samuel. Scott, Oscella. Dismissed: J c. Cherry, City. Wall:: Hospital Admitted: ' • ' • Mrs, Dick Green, Huffman. , Floyd Alexander, Coqter, Mo. Mrs. B. B; Akin, city.' Mrs G W Estes, Lilbouni, Mo. Dismissed: ' Mrs. Lockard Benson, Manila. Mrs. Mclua Cobb, city. Mrs O. O. Stlres Jr., nn.d baby, city. • ' ' Mrs, Hay Hurley, Steele, Mo. Men:|>bls Methodist Hospital Admitted: 'Mrs. C. F. Gentry, Wilson. Corning Events TUESDAY I Double O Club meeting with Miss Mildred Lou Hubl&'rd: Club Eight meeting wl.lh Wjrs. harles Langston. Mrs. Hobert Phllli|)s cnlerlnlnlng a r^cuv'e Club. ' '• ' Wcslcyan Service Guild, First icthodlst Church, meeting ' at hurch. V:30 p. 'in., with Mrs. Abe' <inningham and Miss Evelyn Parker, hostesses. WEDNESDAY Friendly Seven Club meeting with Miss Edythc George. Mrs. William Dolen entertaining A. D. 0. Club. THUBSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon club. FRIDAY C. B. C, Club meeting with Mrs. Ross Moore. . \ 'Mrs. Byron Nail entertaining G. JfT N. B. 'lu : ' '' '". r For that often -. 4nny, Air Field. T now ' is/'stXtloned iy"Grcensboi'6', ! N. 'C. " ""••'••'' i Sniitli Bracltln, wiio has been ein- ploye'd In "Si," Loiils .' fpj; the. paist nipi\tli, '"Arrived ' hom^' gatu relay Members of the A. D. C. Club will csuine their, weekly bridge parties ils' week .iifler' having disbanded urlng'the ^uinnici' mouths.- ,'. lyirsl William pblen will enlerliiln .i.e group'at Iheir lirst ; party of the "•all : season ' VVe(liiesday night, .'l-.aij 'clock, ril her npurlineiil 'In tlie Bernard's 1 Jos|: : Mrs Clyde Lloyd called to Joiiesborp" lodi\y by yie" sei^p'us' 1,11-. nifss' 1 pi' her't mother,' Mrs, 'J.' VV. Calkins, wlio <y\\l i|iiiler r gp,'ni\ ope- i;atlpn''spmci.lme 'th'ls weels at'St, Uni,'«\'>iV,l''j. IT/icivllnl '"' •'•'" ' ' '' ioft Hp(el. .' .'' '.'•' *. ' \Iiss Simmons lieiit.;'Jps,ep|i G- Mr": cin(l Mrs V. Sam Simmons of Jell" today aiinounccd ' the ctijngci- nept nifiri approaclifng miirriiige'' cif helr : "il^iig1iter',' Miss ^rs.^fT 1 ,'.' 1 ? $immpn3, to Lieut. 'Joscpli G 1 . Par-, tiii' ' of ' "Raleigh'," t^.. C.; and Bly r tlievllle "Avmy Air Field. ' ' / Tli.6 \i'ed'dlng will 'be solcmniml " . "" ' ' ' '/ , , . s was graduated from bell'hlglf' sfhpol and. a'(t?nd- cd ' Urilv^rsity of ^ikansas, Fa'y- cttcvllle.". I*or the past' two" yec\rs slie liai beeri einploycd' at the Ely' 1 tWcvllle Army ! A\r Field. " ' • '-' '• 'Lleutena'nt ' Parting the son . p'. Mr.-aiid "Mrs."' B.' G. Parllvt'.of Rnleigli. ' liffs been in service; 'for three-years 'and now is Adjutant Miss ; Sue "Hamey. of . Memphis' spe'i'4"' tfie' weekeiVd : liefe- with tier, pnVehts, kr/'aiid Mrs. c; 'WI'Ram- ey'a'iid family,' '.' '*' '• Mft.,H. L..-Winbiirn.and dnuB»-|<' es i ter/N^lss Rancy vyhib.ufii of • Artta-' 1 ' delphla, returned home', yesterday after i^ visit liere wi|li ifrs. Win^ burn's (laughter; Mr$! ^iririfr, Eng- latid aiid Mr. England.. Miss V/lii- rjurii liii's' been' .liere' :for."several arid Name It'" co'iitest, na- llonallj' sponsored ' by a "•' leading dress' firm 1 ' for' teeii-tlii\crsi " will the thrill of seeing tWc'I'r'priSc- inf dcsiEiis' mamifacttircd 'and distributed by department' stores througliout the country late in Sep.teinlicr. And their fashion firsts arc expected to meet with a wlioop- Ing response. Feeling that she was one of those "forgotten little girls" was wha brought the winner of. top honor? and a S250 War Bond, into the con- Marion'. Sweet, 17-year-olc Calif., high school scnioi . . Inter this" in,9tith. ' Miss, , 'S.I in'ln oils '' . in^a -. d . - stw -ft os p ila | n Dresses of the bridesmaids were »J5 »«ejrt *^ed U ? t ; ^t(, jeq. | ( ..-,, .. - ... ts, and w?s jo'wA.tTO^feksngp, by' I'lisr"inolher. ". : ,? ! -. 1 Mrs. Broug|^er Maddox and three children, John '^aiil fty -.Jlin,. ie- tirVhe'd yesterday 1 ' to:' their, lioiiie. in LQUisy'Sllci Ky., after "a wqek'a Visit here with 'Major. : ahU Mrs. ^j ,p. ilailuox!' 'Mrs. "Ma'ddox 'and her Diesis, spent' one; day, of their 'Visit lu'Meniplilii; :-,':,!.,,: •':• siild: "Because I couldn't find tin find pf ready-niiKle clp.tlies I liked i hnvc been making my own fo (he past three years: Art and de signing courses'in high sclioo wl.iicti arc my niajors, encourngi me lo Ink'e a whirl at original de 2,''!...'' • ' ' • • - ' satin cove>«d buttons, and shlujng was used on the three quaiter lent (h M, sleeves and at t,he shoulders of the 1VI 1- dresses their full flowing ikirU of HonOlCU chiffon extended In^o shoit trains P They wore bandeaux of heaven blue I \vhen Mrs H. C. Blaiutenshlp. ostrich plumes in their halt and 1 entertained members ol. the G. N. carried arm bougie!--; of red pe\ter 3 •• oiub Friday night at her Time roses (led nith matching red | on Kentucl.v Avenue, she satin ilbbons Serve Ab Bridesmaids .v , | tw*o extra tables of guests In compliment lo Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hei accessories were ot. grny'•,<. ,, , . • r> 'i ".• • and she vvqre i shoulder tor- IjflrS. lYl^qUQ^ t-lHSMSm 5 Honoring Her Haifiseguest lyfrs. B. D. Maddqx:.was hostess at a ''luncheon 6(\Uii'ifay lit "Hotel "•-"- wlieh she entertained in'sji'e- ••-••••---'' to'htt'"hWis'eguesl, fire Yfctim •Recovering ^ * Cpnrtitfoii pf Henry ."few'eU, 57, of Cppter', Mo.|""s|\;er'e(y burned Tliui'sday i.ilglit, was inycli hiiprpvfd today.'"' '' .' '" ''."." "He is at Walls Hosp.i^al'! oCiiavIng been b'urnf d ou'hls hands ai;\d'face'vi'lillf Vesc'vUig'Mrs. Bps- Ycll. '56, who died Friday of h.urns received wlien,a can.of fuel pl( (!X- ploded 'at 'Fanners,- Ohi 'off\pe in And you sec the happy results 1 .he'design' for a date dress, sketch' id' at the left. This 'sUin-wnlstcc ull-skirted style will be made up 1 flannei in various colors and th'er s'lll be a bright neckband of fe LUplique. :'Crcilll for another style, certal :o-be lakeii on by little smoothie joes'to H-year-old Diana Budinq of Newark, N. J., whose original Bridesmaids were Mrs Melvln Walls of Houston,• Texas, who are Hnlsell Mrs Richard Bland Logan ^siting relatives here. Jr Miss Man Adah Robinson and Bunco was plnycrt tlirougliout Miss Betty Brlggs of Tulsa, sister the, evanlng with prizes ivon by Hit of the bridegroom - guests going lo Mrs. p. K. B.lnn,- Mis William Q Boyd, who served kenship for bunco, to Miss Mary ns matron of honor wore a dress Jo Eaton tor high score, nnd to fishioned "like those of the bildes Mrs C D Eaton for low score, maids and carried a shower bou Club prizes were won by Mrs quet of Better Time roses showered Blnnkcnshlp bunco. Mrs. Rqljert with tiny rosebuds Weedmnn high, nnd Mrs. Byron The bride, given in marriage by I Nail low her father, wore a formal necldin? gown fashioned with n fitted bodi-'Oi«» I i T II i of imported Chontllly lace which Mrs. Little Is HqSteSS fell fiom n yoke of marquisette bor- deied with a Chanlilly lace ruffle Mis Paul Kiinbro plnyccl bridge The long, fitted, sleeves ended In with membeib:of the C. B. C. Club points over the hands The full Friday afternoon' when Mrs. C. J. srtirl of Duchess satin swept Into Little enteitnincd. thnl .group at i long tram, Irimmcd with lace hei home on Highway; Cl-North and was caught a.1 the side front Roses and /inntas from the color- vilh a salin boy. to show Ihe undei- Jul garden of the hostess decorated skirl of Cliantllly lace ruffles I (he entertaining rooms of the home. Her fingertip lenglh veil of illu- Mrs fjoss Moore received high slon fell frfirri a coronet of lace r.uf scoie pil«, Mrs. J. D. Smith, second ties,,'ind,'she'carrle5"n'siiower boii [high aiid Mrs W S Lnngdon, quel of whit* orchids valley lilies I bildgo and stephanotls tied with salln rib-| A dessert course was served cial Mrs, Brolighcr Maddox "of Lpuls- iille, Ky. ' "•-"••''' ' Th,e seven thrpp course certtei'cd with a' low uovvl of. rose- ifuds, with places of'tlic 'guests marked with' liny' mirrored "place cards; '. 'IncliKled ainong the guests were guests were^served a luucliepiV : ht a' ta.ble Cooler. The. vvpi'i) '.'pjiJqnias"'cp,n\C5 from a Hlndiislanr "word ' " " '' " "'' "leg cloth." two from out of town, Mrs..H. L. Wliiburn'" aild Iviiss"Nancy Wlribnrn pr;Arkadelplua,''Ark,, houseguests of Mr and Mrs Farmer Eneland. sign, sketched right, will be made Into a two-piece rayon crepe itfit.' The dress with the pleated Irt will be available In solid cols, the separate'lerkln In'two-tone aid of harmonizing shades. Designs winning third and fourth -lues, claimed by Jeaii Tamburinc Painesville, O., and June Wil- irns of Jackson, Miss., respective, and many others receiving hon- •ablc mention by Judges on the asls of good style, originality actlcabllity and youthful' appea 111 round, out new lines of smar ogs which will more than make up or the past neglect of the fprgottei illd'.' Girl S.cout News All troops of -the Blylheville Gil Scouts will have their monthly pic lire show party tonight, meeting li rout of the Rltz Theater at ''clock. An old country '.'cure" for tooth iche was the smoking of hehban eccls. MARQARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IM a. riot Phone 2532 Bring Ui Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians LIFE'S Little TROUBLES -CAN'T SLEEP- No need to lie in bed — toss — worry and fret because CONSTIPATION or GAS PRESSURE won't let you sleep. 1 lie sensible — get up— take a clash of Contnraoiu Showi E«ry D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 II8TEN TO KL«;M m-M. 12:45 i>.m. |;|« » Last Time Today Eve of St. Mark with Michael O'Slicn and Anne Baxter Paramount News and Short . as directed, to, relieve tie pressure o( large intestines on herye^'and organs of the digestive tract. Ad- lerika assists old food' wastes and gas through a comfortable bowel movement so tha.t levels' relurn to normal size arid' the discomforts ol pressure stop. Before you Vnbrf it, you are asleep.' Morning finds you feeling clean'.— refreshed anil ready for a good day 1 * work or fun'. Ctt AdltrUa f'om you : r druigttt tod*r. BUOS. DRUG STORES LEE JONES Teacher of Piano Announces reopening of he classes fnr beginners and advanced pupils. Enroll Now Tor Convenient. Hours. Studio 807 Chickasinybji — — — 1'houe 2994 •J^jew Shipments of ANTIQUES ' ' t ... AfellArrivlng Almost Daily! ^pme In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Anliauc Gifts MOSS BRYAN it OPPORTUNITY FOR FARMERS 10,00? Acres fine Fqrrn Land For Sale s Every Acre Located In Mississippi County A|l Cleared and Highly Developed i^pt in years ha? there been the opportunity for both large and small farmers to. pity well developed fqrrn, land in Mississippi County, Arkansas at such a low price arid on such lenient terms. All of t|m land is offere(J fqr ily or for largq operators, i(\ suitable for any size fam- It i No Trick To Keep School Clothes Clean... It really is easy to keep children's clothes clean if you bring them to us. That is agribusiness. Years o,f experience haye taught us hp\y to wash clothes sqfely ai\d efficiently. Clothes we've washed, no matter how dirty they v?ere, are bright, sweet-smelling, and sanitary-clean. Nll-WA "PHONE B.LYTHEVILLE.ARK. K"'^ 3 , HARRY JOE BROWN | \,:ih'K!IESl (bSSSRI • Shdljy Winl« • lohniy j "S{Q|" Devil • OHo Ktug^t • Peuy Kilbrlde 'ciedii Conklin • Mi nnd (AJMEIt WYA. .and Hei {ompcn'/, fllllilli li Pndcn's Cirnmili ll lllllcl'. ^ Minit lira BSIIS5 *»1 |SIS ..-J* ' Selected Short Subject Wc|l ttflver^ed Every qcr^ conveniently located a? to a good store, gin and the Victor jq school. , SMALL DOWN PAYWfNT-TfRMS LIKE EERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Mpothproofirig Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNifURE— DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices, HUDSON C lea ner—Ta ilor—Clothier ROXY . M»tlnrM But. & Snn. Only Opens «Ach night 6:45; starts V Optm Bnntiay 1:00; Start! 1:11 - C«nttmioui Shows Sit. «n* Sun^ B»r|»ln'Nijlit Every Nlriit E«« •' Saturday. N* fWM* honored on 3u<*y If. the R«X7. Last Time Today Winter Time will) Sonja llcnic iiiul .lad; O.nlue Fox News ami Short Subject Tuesilay & Wcd.nestlay s in slacks K into acl]on.'..0!i tli?swiag shift Interest Rate On Peferred Paytrients Only 5 Per Cent lee Wilson & Company SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, nre remembered always. Our flowers arc al- vraj's fresh, arid all work Is guaranteed to please. Lei our expert designers help you with your 1 floral needs. F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Th. 491 Mrs. J. JVI. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Mrs. Dqlton C. Fowlstpn, B. A. M. S. M,. Announces ' OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN, — VOICE ^ Ftormer New York Organist and Teacher ' Pupil of Clarence' Dickinson President or Union Theological Seminary 8chool o{ Miislo For 'Appointment Phone or Write ',—^. '."" Mrs, D»lton C. Fowl«t«9 tlOl Chlckft(|a^V* '" " " Phone 2jM»

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