The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 23, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (AI\K.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUMP. 21?, 1017 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 the ot hos- nine Breakfast Is GJveh For Baptist Y. W.- A. Members of Cnele Two of Woman's Missioning .Society First Baptist Clnirch were tesses jestcrd.iy moinmg" to member's of the Young Worn a us Auxiliary with a breakfast at-the, ehiirYh when Mrs Ebb Carsoil wns: • pi Aiding hoMciS •( ';-';,-, I * Al airangemertt ot'jcllow snap-, drafjons and whlW (Elsies center-. Ed Die breakfast lab!e. I MIS , C E Johnson and Mrs. F.ussell Balifih' counclloi and 'cp- coimdlor of YWA, sened break- fist to the members nnd two guests Mss', Catherine Powell and Mr. Ejugh and Bride-elect Honored Breakfast Here OSCEOl.A, June 23. — Mrs. C. M. Harwell a>Hl Mrs. Phil Burks were hostesses complimenting Miss Carolyn Nell Rhodes and her fi- ance'James E Mitchell svlth n three course breakfast at Hotel Nn- hle In Blythevillc Salurday_al 11:00 o'clock before their wedding was solemnized in a ceremony at 4 o'clock. The bridal molif of bine nnd yellow was carried out in the det-or?-- ' lions wllh blue and yeiloj.- llllies and Bladiolns. IntermhUjlcd with daises 1 places ol the (juestr, of honor I were marked with miniature bride ,, i r c t imi n nnd bridegroom and 'he name Following the biciUas and . * ^ ^ ^^ wpr( , 01 , Braml wllh ish))) >pinod, j 11 ^",",,^, yellow antl gold wedding bells. ol" Somiuude' W.VTTj',' The attractive bride-to-be wore wh'pn" she 1 "disused The' Chrisliin a Iroiisscnii frock of cohlte silk Ad\.intar/c on the Southern Bap- tist'Hour radio program. . Ufcon conclusion of the .program.. cessorlcs. hostesses and their Btiesls attemleil Guests morning worship. Bits of News irimmcd with tiniclies of bhu> and red Mexican fluurcs with black ac- • « • Mrs. H.uey Hostess M'rs J, O. Kuey enteruiined mem- attending were Mrs. .loe Rhodes. .Si., mother of the lirlde- eiect, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Rliadon, Jr., Miss Dotty .Sennnes. Mrs .SuiMicer Driver, Mrs. John W. Edrliujlon, Miss Kntherlne Hudson of lllylhc- ville. Frank Rhodes nnd tlie Rev. and Mrs. .lames Upton of Conway. William Hyde of St .Ixnils, Miss Mrs. William J. Fil/.liuilU :"i«' son, William J. Jr., will arrive tomorrow from I'ine Bluff U) si>«"< 1 l ". e Slimmer here, where Mr. Mlzlmai i s conducting Summer services ai| Bt. Stephen's J'i)!sco|)ul cl '';"''''':| Mr. MtzlniEli will BO to Pine Hhi.l lo accompany them. I .Janet anil Jeannlc Wilbourn of . aragimld are (jiii'st.1 of their auntj anil uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Kn- by They were motored to Hljthcvillo by Mr. and Mrs. Kirby. v.-bo sp:-:il yesterday In l'ava«milil. Arr'vui;! 1^)- <1'W to Iw houseijncst", of t!ic Klrbya were her brother, W. O. Wilhrmni, Mrs. Wllbotnn and their ilauiihltrs, Nancy and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Mur'H M<:Fn!l of I Memphis were weckesvl Kuesls of Ins , mother, Mrs. .!. K. Mi-Fall. ! Mrs. W, I.'. Wanes 'jf Meinonls Is i Coming Event* TUESDAY Mrs. Gene Tea ford hostess lo Trl- Tu»n Bridae Clul). Avalon llunco Club meeting with Mrs. Uaymond shamlln. Mrs. N. O Jerome will entertain La Nneve clnl>, Yarbro Homo DemonstriUlon Club meethiB wilh Mrs. Kills Wheeler. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Max 11. Held. THURSDAY Jolly Kiglit Club meetint- with. Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mary Frances Onini's will enter- lain Hie Jimlor Miss Club FRIDAY CilC Club nii-i-tini; with Mni. Alvin Ilardy. At The HospilaU IM.VTIIi:V!l.(.r. IIOHI'ITAI, Admilled: Claude l.ulz, Tyler. Mo. Until woolrldge, city. Truman Hooper, Armorel. . Dismissed: Virginia Jackson, clly. Mrs. ChBilPs I.angslon and by. Number Nine. Mrs. Mrs. city. Mrs Cieorue. 1-ord and baby, ci K, I.. Young and bah Liicfen Gnlnf>, ci(y. \VA1I.S HOSl'lTAT, HIGH Mrs. Neville BInkemiro won iiicih . . ths I'liest of her Mrs. Jeff Spencer Stci-le, Mo. bauy and' Mrs. Harold Heuscvi received . seeo'nd.. ln.,atb:rnpou root. 1 Barnes. 'Rooko went , 'to Mrs. E...B. .Chlt- wooril-' MWtd Snmmcr flo\y t 'rs; 1 we.v r iiEe(l as '.[iiiJcoral'ibuVriliVon-jiroiiti •en'tcr- rooms. A salad, plale >\'rxs Gi/Jis-Koppeis Rites Read in Morning Mass tninlng Eerved. Ilaypde;,'Picnio.;Held;/r TJie wedding of Mls s T-.n«ra Marie Kopucls to William Oillis, both of CuriiUiersville. Mo., was solemnized In" a morning ceremony July 1C at Sacred Heart Church with the l!ev. 1'. J. Doyle, pastor, offi- riilltn 8- ' . . crt Lliiscuinb, in Mrs. Carl Kopvms was her sister- , u '^ ^ a s , li. Wright, ami Mr. Wn'^lic Mr. and Mrs. W. l.-n>i>«r:l H.inlh have returned from !3')ulhln' r ;wn, Ky., where they were r,<W--i of their diiii',;hler. Mrs. Krwln MMclicll. Mr. Mitchell and Iheir Inf-vi 1 ; «on, "'>'.i- nie Leonard. The SioliA's wen- at- I'.niipanied lionic by llicu- (irimd- daiiHhler, .leaimella !ci\'» Mcl'J.r- \iDd. Mrs. Mitchell's cUuighLnr. Jeannetla Jeiui will visit, her crainl- paients here and her .father, lier- [inrd McFurlaiKl, In Sqnntli, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. D. '-'. 't'lilford. nc- comiiiinlcd by Tliomiis Copiicdae. will leave tills week for a • tour ol Colorado. They will be ism-sts of Mrs pafford's daugliter. Mrs: Robin Honld'Jr, wlicri: Mr.' .Ilivcomh IK a sludcnl at \lnlvoisi Chnrli-s Hyde, c.osnell. Arthur Mallox ,lr ., Annorcl. Boli;uni Ibara, l)eil. Mrs. 1.. D. Hapcr and baby ,uxora. Mrs. Don 1,' Wallace, cily. Cllen F. Tlionipsiin. eitty. Jackie Hurlon. Sleelc, Airport Briefs A meeting of the lilylhevillc Air Kcoiit Squadron will be ii-.Md tomorrow nittht " l " ; "0 ni l '" ; Uooil 1-lyini; -Service lui'.iBi'.r at the- Municiiial Airport. Model :iirplam>s built by ll»* Aii' Scouts as a |Kirl (if thi-ir prof;: am will ue completed then. A four-day uil> '-f> 'ilif Navul Air Elalluii at Mill<ngloi Tcnn.. Is b'-'ini; |>l:inn«'il for the group. \Vllljur Howard nlrcrait nnil et.- ne mechanic formerly with Con- olklati'd Aircraft Co. in Port Voilli Texas, will u«'Kin his duties imoiTO'. 1 : us a member of Hood r;rw aerial ]}UoUj^!;i]ihy *«.<'-' Ito v.ill !x' UKiinjuralorJ l>y Hood Service and Vcnior. niciii'pion. a former lilyli'i-v-Ho exidei:l. lias been numvd to wo:k n that department. Hiiiiit 111- struaoi ' W. 11. Yaib"om<n said vr:ilcrday. Mr. Thompson wa; f:)r- neily :< staff photo^raphe.- witn .he Memphis CommcrcUl Appeal ttul a photograph'-'' 1 - mechanic willi Mm ton rlyim; Eenk'ti :il Morion Held, Memphis. H:,r<iHl Smlbury flew to nelroit last week in his lMlanr.<:i Onrsai' I,. !',. Hurt/ci;, W. 1 iS'jlil'iyi 1 wo:*i ii: Osboine Jr.. and Jo'nuny Field:; j flew to Norfolk I.altc, Ark-, las', i wool: '(» I heir limiting and fish-1 '•''. ' I I I t lir ,-H I lamlll •:! ln>> li,di'i> thcic. , , , ..[,•.>!->i .->• Tiuiiiii'iH pilots who laiKii'd hen- (Hii'ine the i>:ist wiv!'_ included: W. 11. Johnson of Carlisle, Ar-r- nnra; Thomas Haii,lt>inian <' Painlon, Mo.. l.trscombc; Dr R [,. Hutchison i:f Manila, Cessna; C. i, Garner, of Kan Antoi-io, Tex- ns, Cessna; (Jerald I-'. i"'reima'i, uf jLK'l'-on Tc'iin., Aer:j:K - a; II li. liruilv of I .title !!o::k. Aeroncn; I,. Allen Jr. of KeniieU, Me.. i'iprr Cilb. FASHION Novelist's Attacker Hangs J : Self; Was Termed Insane I UAH HARHOR. M-;., June ->3. Ul 1 ) - -Mediciil Examiner K. J- olniKon said today lllas Hcyss, 05, lipino chef who Imiv.jctl lilmsOf :n jail tell a few hours al'tvr in- i:t- inpled to si ioi)l and S'.d) novelist /lary lloberts'., wns l:m- loiarily Insane. 1'olicc found Reyes' i.ony dant;- ( ng Ivom his cell '.loor early :'fs- , ,-rday. He had fashi'ine'l n iv»;:e | Kim his clolhtiiH. Police Cliief George Abhotl r aid Reyes was insane wlu-n it'.- t aekcd Mrs. Kinchait 3.iUu'(UV- 'I h'-' I ittacl: (ailed only liec.iuv : ih.- (' ..I lie ll::ed inislired twice. II'- Ih'-n niii-.ed at the novelist w'.lh :i knif; ml she ilodwd imd ilie ci;-./ .-d cook vas subdued hy lile cliau-T »'-'. lieodore Fiilkr-iistroin. WI.oii Hop: fabric io:ivc:i pc.^i-5 l>t:fol-.: l l.l- ii!;":i:i. l! = w Y unil slyliit, n| Cot'.oti Uesca = , 'i'cxa-, in Jill a royal vic-lc :- •JViin. Read Courier News Want Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. SALE MOSS BRYAN will J'VuliMT u Summer Sole Table Now displaying 59 f.'iv^ Bmuloir Lamps <:n M'irl Base with Kuj/'m aniuli $4.50 c.irjh . . . W.YJ line! S3. Pinafores mill B.iijy Unsi K|y.fs ) to !* ul ")«J i':u-!i. Oilier I.-eiiiij. THE GIFT SHOP Itl.'i East Main Just in Little Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TOT SHOP no So. ami st. IMmni: 2:iOM , il home from v.'.uvr- they visiti'il 313 K. Main Phune U1B 1 A-^liayride, climaxed-with a wei- ner irbast' and ,picnic. cm tho, Missls- sipi>l i; Hiver bank at Barf it-id, was giveni'ilnst night for mjiiiber:: of Al- pha'iAlpha Chapter ol 13t>;a Sigma Phfi'Shrortly and thoh- gr.csls, diVesls^iiiCludol..sovcriil. situdenls liomc froin college,/or. the. Suminer and Mis.f Lynn biirby of Esse\, Mo., and iliss Emily Berry of Kansas 'City, Mo., houseguests of Miss Lynn Jackson nnd her parents. Mayor and Mrs. fe. n, Jackson. Presiding hostesses for the nlfalr were 'Miss Tva Seay. Mrs. Fiances ' Qamrhill, Mrs. .Ted Lyster, Miss Maryj Ann Smith, Miss Jane Mc- L-eod'-ancl Mrs. Dick WuUon. , Parlies lo be Given For M in-law's. initlron of honor. Margaret Mary Koppsls, her sis- cr, served as Junior bridesmaid id her niece and nephew. Mary atlierinc and Carl Kcpritls, were nwer girl and rlng-ucarei 1 , The bride wore a wcdtlhiK (town f white' snl In wilh a Ion's Iraln. lie wore a fmuor-Uu veil nml ear- ^'—,"' W 7r)anlelsoii of Memphis led an arm bouquet of llllies of '"!•]• ire vallev and white glndloli of' Colorado. Mrs. UiJ.icumh is ths former Mis.s Alice Mlcii:'; of Sleele. Mo. 'En route home, tin PaM'ords and TUomas will be [;uests of her sislcr, Mrs. Charles Busier, nnd fiimlly. In Kansas C ( ilv. M<> Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey had as their weekend gut! it Mr. Karl Pilchard Davis >f Memphis visit Mr. and Mrs. Virnil fjret-iie yrs- tenlay. Mrs. WilK Davis is a sister of Mrs. Greene. Mr. and Mrs. .l.-iiucy* I.. Vi'-lii;eff nrc s.ioiulini: tlv.-'wei.'i in I..U!'.-; Rock nnd Fayettevllle. Mrs. Cat Oossctl and son;;, Cul and Jim. spenl the wcckoml in Memphis tis guests uf Mr. atul Mrs. und Mr Hber Mafceda Stevens 'oif.-iiip'-P.iCL-^ teriaii Home at MonticeHo) ; w«.rd- o UlytlVcville Auxiliary ot--Fi fit 'Pros byterian Church, will he honcuc with aevernl social affairs durin« hiv annudl- two weeks vnc.Ula<i Ucre. Marcecln arrived Saturday night nnd iill be the guest in tin home of Mr. and Mrs. B. -\. IlHs;g. She spent' the weekend «iin 'Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Gray. • Social events planned for Marcc- cl,i include a party in observnn'o of her 15th birthday Daughter is Named Cnrl Koppeis. brother of the bride, was Mr. Ciillis. best man. After (lie ceremony, a wedding breakfast wns Riven by the bride's wrcnts. Mr. anil Mrs. Francis J. {oppeis. Mrs. Koppcis attended Si Mirl school and lilpli school In Arcadia. Mo., and Mr. Oillis al- tendcd school s in Ilnyll. Mo. Thev will make their lioint- in Caiuthersvllle. C,hr 1 ut/iersVi//e Couple Wecfein Ceremony There Miss Polpync Crossetl of Carut'n- ersville. Mo., dauphter of Mrs. Iarrlt!lt Crdssett of Mount Vi:r- lOn. Mo., become the bride of Thonas Coker of Carutheisvlllc in ••• :cremohy July 15 at the home of the blidc.. The Rev. Floyd V. Brower of- ficated at the single rii\- riti.-s. Mrs Coki-r wns prndiifltncl from Ciiruthersvllle Hifih Sehoo; and h:is been employed in Carnthcr.sville. Mr. Coker tilso was graduated from Ccrina June Is the nnm'! chose; for the daughter horn to Mr. am Mrs. "Carl E. Duncan last Wed nrsday at the .Blylhevv.w Hospital. » Mrs'. Duncan is the lormcr Miss Virginia Payne. . .* • * Francises Have Son Mr. 1 and Mrs Joel Francis sue parenls !bf a" son bora Fridas morning at Walls Hospital. Their first 'child, he has bjen niimci Jetfrey Allan. 5 Mrsi Francis is the forme;- Mis Lenorn Rilchey of Kenr.ett, 1 Mo. ' » • * Summer School Term To Begin at Leachville LEACHVILLE. June 23. --Ill Suninter term of Leaclty:llo School ^wlll begin July 1-1, .ouik-rir.teiiu,--- Lloyii, V. Norman has annoimcfMl. Registration will be held July I, with Jnipils of all, ages -registering belwefii 8:30 n.iii..and ;i:00 p.m., he said.'. ..-. , • . Carntliersvlllc High School and cniployed at the Harper Jewelry Company in Carntliersville. Martha I.ou MeGreger. daiiKliler of Itir. and Mrs. ICarl McOlT!,.)r. has returned fnim a Ihre- week; vacation in Riplcy. Tonii. where she visited her cousin, Murtsio Newman, and Jackson, Tean., where she , was i-iiest of her aunt n:ul uncle. ,.....,,,i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nevima.i. -Miss Vuiinyi! WhlU'-'V has iwnc lo Kansas City. Mo., lo vis:', relatives for two months. Mrs. li. A. nuuK an:l sister. Mrs. .j!dli Admire of Memphis, have re- Junicd •Jronv.'ClcyeUiu.l and De- •frtiit'whore Mi-si riiiMft atli-mled the lle'ii Cross Conv'enllon nnd tiny visited frleiifls and relatlvft-,. • Mr. anil Mrs. Jamfes Thompson have moved to Canitiiersvllle, Mo. lo make Ihelr home. Mr. und Mrs. Gco.-L-e Weeilman mil son. Charles, of Tin en Rivers. Mich,, arc here visiting Mr. Weedman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wcedmau, and also his brother. H, K. Wcedman and family. Mrs. John P, Field leH, liiis morn lug for Pellt Jean State Park, wli.n'O she will nllend tin: nimn annual fnslltute of Episcopal Women, which will open there tonight. Mr.-; FU-ld wns joined in Jmu i sbj' 1 j by an- 5tee/e News Mrs. A. Tl. Cnrlrxrk. of Aftdll, M-' anil Mrs. Fred Carlock of Caiie Olrardeau, Mo., have been BUI'.«I; Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wi.fler ami Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ponder. Mrs. James Doyd •)! Mcf-eon:,- Special Tuesday 75c Barbecued Spore Ribs Hot Sauce Hof Rolls - Butter Coffee Shop boio weeks Mor- brother. Robert Hber'lL, aud family. They were accomp:i'.,lc'd by Mrs John A. McKay, who wa.-i the uueti of her danijhter, Mrs. IciivitM llydv,e iind family. They were joined bs Mis:; Emily Wixson. also (jucsi e the I Indues for the wiv&.Mid. Charles Parker. Hilly Hyde, Hci man Tinker, Augustus Crowe nm Jimmy Arnold, moto-i-il by El'ner H Smilh, were in SI. Louis yestcr- here with his parents. Mr. and Mli Mrs. Jack Marsh. Han Dii",;o ntlier. Mis.- is spending a few nieces, Mrs. .1. K Mrs. Hatlie nnllcdge. John K. Akins of lyjmsvillc, Ky., has Ijeen guesl of his molhi!", Mrs. iVlallii- Akins. Mk.s Mul tie Hrown of Birmli'i;- 1mm, Ala., is vl-sitini; triends and velalives. Condition of Mrs. Lisdic «ar wlio has been ill for soni:^ I is much Improved. She will b | fined to her bed for ihrec jf^STTj^TC?(Tr;'J«'Bi V/»-"^*s *•- Tf^ • Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1 '.45 ** Sluiw St;uTs 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON :00 a.m. 12:45 4:S« P- m - 6IRIJnMOMiN!TRV THBS I? YOU'RE time eon- more . Miss ruyi- ICatou of of her in ti. and I Morvell Lout! and ehildre Netherlands have besu i-,iiest of her "iiiother. ,;Mrs, Mary Bomai Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chian'.nll :n: childrcir' have rclnrm-d to On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of The Month! r>n female functionalmouthlydis- Uirbances make you feel nervous, r.duely. cranny, so tired and 'dvag- t-'-d oia'—at stioli times? Then ilo try Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lo relieve such symptoms. H'sAlwioil.s for this purpose ! Taken regularly- Pinkha" Compound help:-, build up re: i mice, against such distress. A that's the kind of product >•-. should buy. Thousands have reported benefit! H'orHi. tryiitij. Last Time Today it -Happened on ii vllli Don OcS'nre and Ann llarllin Paramount News anil Shorts Continuous Hbowiing Everyday Miss ; Jesse They Will make thei Eis't Seventh street. Osceola News . home on other group of Episcopal They plan lo return Thursday. Caston O. IMync of Huston, Mass.. "Wafer inakcs";..chanr.olo IhroiiEii seeminsly solid -,iimes'coKe by dissolving the sloiie,. re^cnrrh amotic KenlUcky's maxe' of unclDr^ro rivers'shows. ' . Mrs. Lex Rassdnlc of Columbia Tcnn., nrid- Memphis. James H Wllghinslon of Atlanta, nnd Mr. and Mrs. William Beall of Memphis were weekend guests of Mrs. Beltye Nelle Starr. Lewis Nailing has ns his guesO this week Mrs. J. A. Bage of De- Solo. Mo., and her daughter Mrs A. J. Merrifiekl and son Jacki? of Seattle. Wash., nnd his daughter, Mrs. O. B Williams and children of El Oorndo. Prank Sanders spent the weekend with his family. He is attending George Peabody College Nashville. L. T. Dillnrd of Oxford. Miss., is visiling his sister. Mrs. H. C Bryan and family. Mr. Dillard anil daughters, Mnrlha and Mary, will I accompany Mr. and Mrs. Bryan a . week's stay in Lexington. Nebr . , Is visiting his mother, Mrs. W. H. Tliorpc. vliile recnper.illn ', from n recent illness. He plan; lo vetnrn lo lloston in u week. Condition of Mrs. Chester lluni- ham, who is 111 al her home, is improved loday. Mrs. Wlls Davis and M-. 1 . and Mr:;. West Virginia. Miss Mameen Hart Loin,', Denny Wilson. banks and J. II. Flowers were .1 St. I.ouls yeslerduy for the Cardi luls-Cilnnls ballBinne. Airs. M.' L. Stewart and three j children returned lo their home here yjsterday after tipenilhuj a week ivllh friends and relatives in l'o])iilnr Bluff. Mo . Miss polly Stewart,'who ha s been visiting friends and relatives at Arkansas stale college Jonesbor.i the ijasl wefk. arrived home yesler- tlay. She was motored here by Jack liiship and L. T. Moore, Jr.. both sludents there, who er.i-nl tlie weekend here wilh their .lamilier, Steve Schmnaeher, who is visiting Ann and Kny llindman here, spent the weekend in Memphis wilh !,is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Schumacher.. He was motored I here by Mr. and Mrs. Ilow.trd Tidies, who also remained for Ihe weekend. Co'nlson accompanied tlioni home. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. U Houin.sun aild A U. S. COVKUNMRNT BUREAl KEPOUT inmoimces tlie discovery «.: a new inimic acid Ircalmcnl (or ivy poisoning*. 'Hie ircalmciit lias liciu icund exrellenl-; it ia gentle and sate, dries up tlic lilisicrs in a surprisingly sliorl lime — often williio 24 liouu. licse ixnvcrnincnt finding " rc ilicor- ir.-lled in llic new prodncl — Al your ilriiaslorc, S9c- ™/;. ly "'!' com 1 .. - Wrist, pocket Tainl Job watches are restored to bcavity and usefulness will our: fine repair;' servk-a Tlie- finest re'placcnion part? used, and .reasonable pricts charged for .dei able workmanalii'p. ."Vo get.; the fiiiisheH . pr-Xl wheti we promise it—n delays. DAY SERVICE at O'Bryont ;j EWE). | R Main at Second rhbrie 323 lays f. Get Welcome Relief ToraStomachGas, lour Food Taste X) you feet blo«tert nnd miserable After very mcnl? It so, here Is how you may rid yourself of this nervous distress. Thousands li»v« found It tlie way to be well, cheerlul and happy again. Everytlme food, enters the stomach ital gastric Jutce must flow norrrmlly to >rcaTc-up certain food parllcies; else tho ocd may ferment. Sour *ood. acid Incll eesUon and gM frcqutntly cause a mor ild, touchy, -fretful, nccvlsb. nervous ondltlon, loss of appetite, underweight, estless sleep, weakness. To get real relief you must increase the flow of this vlUl gastric Juice. McdV- c»l authorities. In Independpnt Ifthorn- .ory tests on human stomnchs. have by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic U amazingly effective In Increasing this 3ow when It Is too little or scanty due U> a non-organic stomach disturbance. This Is due to the SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent activating Ingredients. Also, SS3 Tonic helps build-up non- organic, weak, watery blood in nutritional anemia—»o .with a good flow of thlscastrlc digestive Juice, plus richred- btooa you should eat better, sleep belter fe*l better, work better, pl«y better. '. Avoid punUbloc yourself with over do&e* of fod* and; other alkallzers to counteract gsa and bloating when wha you so dearly need Is SS3 Tonic to help you digest food for body tirength ant repair. Don't watt I Join th< host o happy people SB8 Tonic has helped Millions of bottle* add. Oet a bottle o 883 Tonic from your drug etore today SSS Tonic help* Build Sturdy Health. SPECIAL! Reg. 5,50 Machines Waves Cold Waves - - - - BEAUTY FORM REDUCING ELECTRIC VIBRATOR MASSAGE TURKISH BATHS 313 N. 2nd St.—Gussic Begn, Mgr. VEGETABLE COMPOUND H!)AY~-Brian AHERNE Rohi.fnlTCiiUM-Cciie RAYMOND Selected Shorls ContiuuoMS Shmviii'; !-;vcry(lay LACK IjlIEGK:-. ao right into nut tun Blacl; wilh a new glamour, black wilh a new fuller, longer skirt for added elegance. Rayon sVieer wilK peek-a-bpo inseris of black m liov Offici- Opens al ~t :iM p.m. Show Slaiis 7:1T> p.m. and danliag crystal buttons, 14-42. Opens Sunday 1:3(1: Slnrls i:l!i Coiiliniioiis Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain Nighl Every N'ii;hl Kxrepl Nn pnsscs honored tin Sunday ai .. . the Rosy 9 Return Frank James v.-illi Henry I'diida and (len Fox Xcivs A Selected Short S Tuesday and Wednesda DOUBLE FEATURE -only $3.50 - $7.50up GEHEKRUPA-ETHEL^lTH *W Ml EilJ fl:'[| kin • Until «:l!;ii| • E'ni Tn;i .iitniiu Gn ti IT EFO^GI *X1T[ * Diitcld ti HLII E HIST MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP WHAT DOES YOOR MIRROR SAY? Lovely! Let us give you ;i fiicc-mali.-hhig hairdo! Spciul the summer cool wilh ;i jTeiille upsweep coiffure th;\t_ will bring coini>liments from ovrryono. You'll find just tlie slyle you want al our shop. WE FEATURE HOUSE OF SHAW COSMETICS ARTIE'SiBEAyiY SHOP Phone 3302 Year-Round Air Conditioning for Your Comfort

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