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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, June -2-1, 19-17 So&Leiu •lily Wlxaon, Society Editor W Phon« 4CI Baptist Women' In Groups for Study • Mission study lessons oa;"Amer- Ica; Must Be Christian"' were discussed yesterday afternoo.i at clt- cle meetings of the Woman's Missionary; Society of First. Baptist Church. Circle One met fwit'ip MrsjfH, A. Copeland with Mis J ' Cookston RS co-hostess Mrs \f C O itlaw led lhc*opening piajer fe.r Uu 15 members piesent snfl M r ° ^Kendall Beny taught the lassftn Mi-» "'~ lorii Gilbert led Jt ou>c- Mrs Jesse Seaman yfas ):o te.s (o mile Tuemtjers of Clfcle fT« a^ J.oi uhicli I^frs Tlieodor^i-yr,an lpd,jthe oiienlni; piajer aii4stau\'rit. the .lesson. Mrs.i-Bertle"" Hawks / led the closing prayer When Mrs, O R Wiolcn v,a, hostess to Pircle Tlneel, fifjht bcis attended Mrs^-j' W gn\e a ymjer and ttn ;D fi Bled soe ga\e Uie closing pliver an< lesson » Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford was'heeler, to 12 members of-Cirelci Foiu' am viiHors. Mrs. 11. \y. Woolen left prayer and Mrs. W^ilte'v IBisho gave the lesson ind. closed th meeting with prayer Circle Five met.w.il'ii Mis Jvja.lt Monaglnn vvitji 19 'n M uiljeis pres ; ent. Mrs. R. E. Blnyloex gave the devotional'^anci "• Mrs. Lloyd Slick- mon led a prayer. Mrs. ,Roy Head taught the leSson and, Mrs7 '<5nnrles Mewcomb coneludecl the mooting with prayer. Mrs. Herman--Cartto'i of tako Village, guest of her son, Herman Carlton, and Mrs.^CiliIton,' v,'as a visitor at tlie Circle S>.x inciting with Mrs, •H.-'H. -Brooks. -Mrs Marion %Villtanis'gave ft prayer and Mis. C. S. I>emoris "laught the' lesson. Mrs Broqks -.presented the 1 closing prayer. Refreshments were s«rv«l duiif social hours at each meetlui;. Terry Wetenkamp, Two Celebrates Birlh^Jav Terry Wetenkamp.^t.wo year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. H. \Vetenkanrp, celebrated lier birthday Friday--with .a, party- -for - \!0 of her, young friends. Ice -cream and cake were served for rereshments an.l favors were given to the children. Bits of News .ynn Jackson Honored With Dessert Bridge Miss'.Lynn Jackson, whof? veiling \0 Joseph William MoHancy! will t>e solemnised lemon -ow-i'.i-j ernoon, WHS BUI-SI of honor Sal-1 n-day afternoon when Miss Veia j joodrich and Miss IJelly Jean! lill cnterlalned wilh a ('.i-sseri i bridge at- the Delia Club. i The five tallies of iniesls in-. eluded Miss Emily Ilorry of-PKa-i-j sas City Mo., and-MKs I.yn-.i .^iss RoDrrla Uracy. cUmhle.- of 2arby of hssex. Mo., lic.iisewwrii.'i) M| . .,„,, Mvs _ ,, K |,,-.,, :v .„„, M|S5 of Miss Jackson and her p:iien'.s,| j,' U ] a H[. af .y L> f ('<j|imihi-i Ml,-, ir- Mayor ancl Mrs. K. I!. Jic. kscn. j u . rl ' u .,| ']. lsl ,^ h t , f M \ Asiijnnd. Eaeli guost was presented a \vi-;c., where llu-y visiU'.l Mr. and Mrs. P. A. White is in I'arajjo wilh lu-r niolher, Mrs. '-N. II. Jones, v.lio t;nt1eiecl a stroke la-.i Wcdn-,'s- llracy and Cnmlly. Miss ninlatuic bride's boui]iii't <k-sii;ncd' i\j ]S ivith swect|jeas and l.ic'j PHIKT. - Kiila Bracy will spend A larger bouriuct was yivK-jrLcd to ! iji-forc vetiirnliiit to iiij Miss Jackson, who also was given • Colnrnbia. Mr.s. Herman IJcsharse tcr, Palsy. an(l slstc'r, Readers Digest Award Given To.' Vannye Whitley Miss Viinnye Whitley, valedictorian of the jjmdunlliifj class at ISlylhc'ville i Huh Hehcol, lias been Blven tlie Tenth Annual, Award of Die Header's IJigest Association for students who by their successful school work ^ive promise of attaining leadership in the community, it was announced today by Miss Itosa Hardy, principal. Miss Whitley will receive an honorary subscription to the Reader's Digest for one year and an engraved eellllicale from the editors, "In recognition or pa*:'., ac-complishmeni,. and In anticipation of nniisuul ii- chievcincnt to come." Since 1U37 '.die Render's blgost Association lias presented these a- svards yearly in senior high schools throughout. Uie United Suites ant) Canada lo the highest honor a gift by her ho.stff.s3K. Dr-corations carried out a arid lavender color .>chc].-it>. drangeas were atrang-.'tl in kets to form the .setting. Mr.s. Paul Jobi: win score ]lrlxe .in t-ami-s ai::l s- went lo Mrs, John Oai.dili: Charles liittnor wi.n briii^o. ;;\il Mr.i. Pr-.-fl Gl;la., lj - ••''• Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Gene Teaford hostess to Trt- TOAII urlclgc Club. Avalon Jiunco Club meetins; with Mrs. Raymond sliamlln. Mrs. N. O- Jerome will entertain La Nucve club, Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meeting with Mrs. Kills Wheeler. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mis. Mil* H. Held. THUfiSDAY Jolly ElKlil Club meeting with '-Mrs. C'li-o Wren. Man' Fiances CJaintrs will entertain Ihe Junior Miss Club. FRIDAY CiiC Club iiiei-iint! with .Mrs. Alvin 11.inly. dent of the tjraduatliiK class. stn- Tin 1 awards are part of the (.•tlHcallon.il prograin s])onsoied by the Assoclu- lion and were an outgro'.vUi of thy Ills Hostess to Auxiliary ' I The YOUIIK Woman's Ausilii'i-,' of' Calvary Haplisl Clim.-'.i i:iel. ln.M 111 at the lUJine at Miss Kvtlvu Toinlinson. | The pro&ratn was i.-ontuieted hy Miss Lucltlda Cull 1 , pnr r -ra..i rliair- man. Her topic was "Ajiprovuiji Aiv- niversary Achievement.' Following the proKi'.i'.i the h<,<> less served a sandwich plal-.' lo Hie 13 members present .ind two vlsiim.s, Miss lionnie Mae W:;'oi> and Miss I-'lora Mae Dm-alt. • + > * Mrs. Besliarse 1 losicsK lo Hachiihoina Mrs. Herumn Heshar,e v/as lurs>--. i -.s yesterday to membi'r.s iC the Hai-h- ahoma llrid^e ctnb j;nd one out- of-town liucsl. Mrs. Pivd ^'aDdeifei- of Nonnan, Okla., iljn;ei;ne->i ot Mrs. Beshar.'ic. Mrs. Paul tjloyd won hii;:i score pri?.e and Mrs. Fred Sl.?dm:-.n ie- ceivcd low. The dining table \vns eenleivd with a low bowl of roses, o:' flowers used thr<m;:lu.u : . the enl lainlni* re-inns were j'.veelpea:;, pan- sles and Keunius. Codec wilh a salad iva.s served. Hy-1-Samlci fcr of Norman. Gkla., lia\'e bus-! returned from CoruiLM. where they i visited Mr;;. lic.shar-.c and Mrs. Hj'Vi' Kandeiler'.s parents, Mr. IUK| Mrs. .(•Olid! !1 C. Holder. , ... H. C. Campbell, wjio lias bwn ill for Ihe past I wo weei:s is able to he b-.u-l: out. Mrs, l-'rrd Sanderfer, liou-ir^uosl of Mr. and Mis. ller:n;l'i H.-'aiaiSt, will lea\-e tomoirow for !leli.-:i:i lo -spend the [idler part of Ih:; week wll'i tier brother, It. L. Holder anil family. Da\'id, Barbara, an:i Kotmy uf San Antonio,Texas, arrived by plane lo spend Uie summer with llieir Kraudparcnts. .I 1 .', and Mlfi K. A. Ci-alB. Tlieir fa--.ir.-v, C. 1,. Garner (lew Ihem here. Three lllylhcville Hoy licouls, Hand. Uc>: Mi-U:[;er anil Hilly Nel- scin, ure spending ..ins week al Camp Cedar Valley, Hardy. Tlr^ lelmn Saturday. W. 'I'. Mcly. i;er Is senior leader lor the S;' Jilts embvrs ol Troop 71. 'Lhe Itev. and Mrs. r-. v'. Jlrowt and children. Don and Ji-iTy. .South Carolina to visil -his ret alives. They will retur:i in July. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. U. Jo:ioi the of ptist four tjrand- M-. and Mrs. v. eeks, to Ernestine Proctor Weds Chicago Man In Caruthersvilie M-;-. I-lJNie.'iline Froclore of Caviltii- er.-A'illi-, Mo.. heeillK; tin- britle of Donald Balihvjii oi Chicaj'.o in iin alien KJOJJ rereniony June 15 P. Coroiyn Rhodes Becomes Bride Of Illinois Man OSCEOl.A, June a-WMIsj C.iro- lyn Nell Hlibdcs became tl!c bride of Jnmes E. Mitchell of' .Vundal'lo, 111.. In a ccrembny Sauniay nfter- noun at 4 o'clock at the .home of ll^e. bride's mother, Mrs. : J'J" Rhodes yr., .solcmni/td In the presence of relatives and Intimate /Viands pf the bride and bridegroom. The Rev. James U;»:.).i of Cor*way. director of reliEjio'.'s ecuealitm at Hendrix Collcye, oinciatcci, assisted by Ihe Rev. W. V. Womack, pastor of First MetlnclisL Church ii> O.sceola. ". Toll baskets of while &i<ttU:ili sl.l- houeUed again-:!, a jiek^ioiuul of greenery flanked o»'sii-.:h side wlt.li tap . : Imrning in branched eandei- aljrii formed the improvised altar v.'lu'r:- tli^' duuljlc-ri:v; rit"-) we.ve said. A music program of nupll.ii selec- chiffon with an off-lhc-sliuirlcier cape effect. They wop; coronets of yellow daisies. Miss Huilson can led a bouquet of yellow daisies a::ci snapdragons. William Jlyde of St. )^>ub f.erved Mr. Mitchell as best mjn. following Uie ceremony, a rncerj tions wu.s Driver, piani.t Kthin'.'toii, vol.-; ed hy M;'S ml M;-!;'. John W list. Mr;. D'iver play- leir liomes in covlnyton anil Little !oek. Mary ''atlierine anil Hillie eiin l.uyet and Jane Magduline haver returned to their homes.in .title Rock and 7,ubie Jue l:oine- an returned to Covlngton. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. VanPalten Almena, Kuns., liave returiu-d i llielr home after hayini; .heo'n i'lrsi Metlicdlst Chun-li in Oarulli-1 R^verlu r by Mannini;. "Ro- 'l-svilJ- The l!ev. Plovtl V. Hrowc'r','. 1 ' ll '. c ': ''•'. l^I'0>'Ke uinl,. Meclua- 3fliciai.e,| in Die pn-ienco of until-1 ,"" ". y ' nais. i-or l!ieo;rocf'E!,i!mnl prmis fi lends and relatives or Ihe I" 1 ": " hly!: ", W '''W»H: in.Mcn fron Fi'imintf a .sotiinrt foj- I lie v:ed- diiM! iKirlv wrjv arr-ini-enjenls <rt palm and maynolm Iravc.s wit.h whin- lilies, Kladiitli anil hydraiu;c>;; in lio'ir 'xiskels. and grandson of the Spencer Semmes , and late Jml,;e Finnic. M. tlon was given honoring Mr. anct Mrs. Mitchell. The .brldas table, overlaid with o lace cloi.li, featured a tiered wedding cake anil tall white apers burning in silver ca.iKleSabra. : J residing in the dtyiin>; room were Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes Jr.. Mrs. Pin! Burks of Bedford, V.i., and Miss Catherine Ciirran of Li'.lij Rock, Assisted by Miss Hudson and Miss ig. Miss Betty Semnifi was in charge of the bride's book. After the reception. Mr. and Mrs MHchell left on a wedding trip. They will make the.ir lioni-' in Si. Louis, where he is attending Park's Air School. For traveling, the bride wore n heavenly blue earbardia^ dross with matching hat and hro.vn ac-jessoviis. She pinned a corsage cl fcardonius at her shoulder. Guests from out of town Included Dr. and Mrs. Mallory Haiwell of Memphis and Frank llliodos of Conway. faummes. Miilshipimn' Perrlii enlist.-; ; • ed in the Nivy and 'received a fleet; appolntinent to the Academy. He attended Stanislaus school (U Bay EL Louis, und later' was i;rad- '/• uated from'r'''' iJivcr.slcie Military- •'. Academy ai Gainesville, Oa. Hcv,':is a freshman, at Pui'due University . at I/afayette, Ind.,~and a menVj^r of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity when . " beaan IV of mn.stc wa.s prc j . Hei-nic-i- Proctor °1 he guests here lour days of- his, C.nuihi'Lvillr, i.i.'.tur 03 Hie bruit?, jrolher. Ivan H. Vanl'attcn, Mrs, "ami Mrs. Oily Michic of Carntlu'rii- Vanralten anil Mrs, W. 11. Tlinmn- ( .vllle. ' •ion. Mi 1 . VanPalten's mother, Mr.s. " Tin} bridn '.vorc a \vhito satin V. H. Vanl^atten, who has-been ^own ^ - ith a veil nest ol tho VanPattens for the {-anii'il a honqnet past month. Ims rc-lurneil to her ami .strplmnplis. liome in Jerome, rdaho. I Jlt-r ; ai-iicl ot honor, Misr, Dai-olhy 'Arrh'ini; here tills wcc^:* for thn I'roi-tor. wore |;ri'<]i laft'rla covnr- eddlns' of Mi.s s l.ynn Jackson to ed ^ilii l^c-i 1 and fastt-ned yellow sepli William McHaney. which d:\i.si:;s in lier hair. Her arm will be soiemniz.ed tomorrow after- tioon. have been -Mrs. Vena Henley by Wagner, and durin Id-.- exi-hari'v.' of vow.s "Ijiebi'it-.nmi 1 by l,is/.t. I-'or Hie rccc.-iiloii.il, Men di'hsohn':; wrddim; jnilr.:h from "A MicKnmm- r Night's Dr--ain" \v.is li'-.ird. Mr:;, John \V. Kdr.n^Loii sany | "!li'rausc>" i;y .D'Uo.rJ^liil aiul "I l/iv; You '1'nily" Boh.l. Tapers w-'-'rc lighted !>y Mia Marilyn l.oni; of Little lt.>ok. Kiljboii ijearci-K, who formed the hildal aisle. v/r-io Ann and Jean Rhodes :,iul Josephine Scgnwes, Piiillip and Midshipman Frank Perrin Begins Annapolis Studies j Q3CEOI.A. Ark., June 24 Frank Gibson Perrin of Osceola, son of Mrs. Electra Semmc-s Perrin and the late Claude Baldwin Perrin, today is H midshipman at tlie U- S. Naval AcJdemy at Annapolis. Md. He is tlie greal-Eirand.s^n of Confederate Admiral Raphael Semnif's illusion and Joliu Burks ancl WalLicc C/'oil.'fit. There three tlirls wore y-Miov: dresses iHiiirt WLIS of the- samr flowers. Duff Baldwin c^f Cliieago was of Fiinl. MiL-h., finest of Miss Jack- his brother's bi-.st man. Giooinsoi-jn Mr. mid Mrs. Baplisl Young Womeu Meel With Mrs. The YOUIIK Woman':; Auxiliary of First Bnptisl Church met wl:li Mrs. Riusell DauL:h last nin.it. ai her Jiome, uil West Hear'). ~ : Ttfcrr' -~" ' •'•"''• ' for IJai;dly a month goes uy d.uring which some member of the family doesn't have a coW i'r Upset stomach, eaVaclie ' 1 qr minor ^-injury. 'Keep \ Uiem a\l..m\i>ov—l)y conr > ajiting Y your physician [ first; a'nd by -iiaviiiE us » fill his prescription In our 1 tine, pharmacy depart\ ment. J V'c Arc .Prescript ion ; I Specialists : ROTHROCK : ; DRUG STORE •205 .W. Main Phonn -151; The Siostess served of ieo*-ieam ant Bouquets of sweelpeas ed in Ihe home for (li ryafits Son Named Theftson barn Thursday niorniu;; at Wills Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. W. Vff Bryani Jr.. has been Johnny Pat. He is their first child. Mrs. Bryant Uj Ihe tonner Mi.ss Oletiia Ball t li\| of Low Clap West Va. Stegalls Are Parents : From Adams' RECORD BAR Johnson and Ammons—3 to the Bar Al. 69 Glenn! Miller—Al. 148 Tomiriy Dorsey—AH Ttmj Hits— , Al. 163 Bunny Berigan—Memorial Album —Al. 134 - Russ .Case—Finlan's Rainbow — Al. 167 Tonin* Dorsey—Star Maker--Al. 150 • Al Goodmari—Friml Melxlics—Al. j I6a Dick Llebert—At the Organ—Al. 164 Original Cast—Brigadoo'.i—Al 178 Dsnnli Day—Shamrock Melodies— Al. 153 Artie Shaw—Al. 85 Ozzle *!elson—Prom Date—Al. CG David! Rose—Cole Porter Review — Al, 158 Sammy Kaye—Stcphan Foster Fa- vojrttes—Al. HO Al Geodman—Blossom Time — Al. 171 ACAVICTOR RECORDS Mr. and Mr.s. W. A. StCK.ill arc piirent"; of a .son bi>rn Monday morning. The child lia.s bocn named Charles David. They have two other children. Clyde and Bill. Mrs. stccall the former Ada Clyde Uobinson. McDowells Have Son Mr. and Mrs. John D. M.-itawoll arc parents of :\ son born Ih morning at lilytbcvillc Hospital. Tlie baby, who has an old. hi'othcr, Johnny, has bi't-n n:inii'!l James Cunningham. J. C. Surinam Dies TFXARKANA, Ark.. June 1M. <UP>—Funeral .services were liciny planned today for A. J. C- Slinna:n. well-known Tex irkana drui;i:i.t who died late yesterday nfu-r a linpcrini; illness. He was a.isislar,'. cashier of the Tcxarkan.-i National b.ink for 21 years and inter operated two dnm stores, 1 and daughter. Miss Marilyn Jones, havi- L-clmncd alter .Hpenc(mi> i monlli on a lour in the West, and Old Mexico. In IM.swcll. N. M, ihev wc-rc nucsl.s of Mr. and Mrs Cicoifje Moore, who formerly lived ir. niyllieville. They visited Mr and MLS. Hairy Laden in Kan ' .k>S:', Calif., and I.li'iit. and Mrs. Charles I... WnRHUiii-r in AlamccU. calll They K]ii'iit several 'lavs in Snn I-rancls:-o and al.so in HrnlUe. Wash.. MI route home, they,came hy Ihe Northern route, slopping in Wyoming. Montana ami St.. Louis. Ji:re Kcid. .son of Mr. and Mi- Max \1. Reid, is spendlni' several weeks in Wcsl Palm lli'ju.h. Ft:,., as y,uest of Mr. IJeid'.i brullicr. ,J. r. HciiU and [amily. .. 'C. w ' Afflick arrii-rcl lionic 'a;, last nitihl and Mrs. Afihck \vil! arrive to/null! from ijc.v York where .they have been vislliiiir for several weeks with theii- da;i|>titcr. Mr.s. lii.bcrt W. Haitiijan and family. Mr. anil Mrs. w, T Harnett nnd dauyhlei.. Ijillic Marie, have returned from Salem und Gassville. where they were called because of the illness and death of Mr, Uar- nctl'.s mother. Mis. J. M. Bnrnctt. Mrs. Hal-licit was often a visitor lierc. Mr.s, Jack Wilson has returned M'oin Oonwav where she visited her mother Mrs. 1°. H, Jamison, who celcbraliid her Hlilh birlliclny while Mrs. Wilson was there. She also viMUid in Little Hock with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson. Jr. and daugh- snn and her porents, Mr. and Mrs. ( were O. E. Michie of Carutliers- Uowartl DeSplintcr of Annawau, \-iile mid three uncles of the bridvr, 111., Mrs. Fred Cirable of Knnknkee. Perry P.utler of Tiptonville. Tcnn.; 111., and Miss Jane Sevier of Mem- M,oi)My IHllli'r of Atkins. Ark., and phlii, all guests of Mrs. R. C. Se- I.eed • Bullcr of Havlown. Mo. vier. | Aher Hie ceremony, Mrs. R. P. Klrshncr. son. Robert, (km was Kiven for the Tr.. end dnunliler, Mrs. Cjluy Tri:!- (lie church parlor. CeuteriiH; cr of Corpus Clij'isti. .Texas, have., hi id -'s table V.-:N a bnwl of none lo Prankliirl. Mich., to rpsnd roses flanked with burning In vacation at their Summer ".mine, j tl ei-ystal holders. While £la icre. They will b3 Joined by Mrs. | , ln[| nVsti-ts of lilies decorated designed tike those of tile fi'lllin.ne aLtendants and carried crilonia! V-ou- <|uels of blue cornflowei-^:. Miss Katherine l!ud:r)u of Qiy- Iheville was the bride 1 -; inr.Ul ol honor. Tile bride was (,iven ;n «nrM-riaj;e by her brother, Joe W. Rhodes Jr. She wore- her mother's v/cddin>; tlre.-:s ne.siguefl with a fitted bodice and hiyh neckline, the ivory satin gown hail le:;-of-mutton sleeves and a Till] [ skit t extending into ; i train. Her rercp-j nianlilla veil ..f Hrussell'; 1:\<;? v.as couple ::i . caii'.dd -it Ihe side witii ;: pearl pin which hflungs to her paternal yriuidumther. At her tin-oat Hie won- a strand of peans, a uift of the hrldi-groom. the red Kh-sliner's father, Dr. Frank Smith of Oioaii. Nebr. | Alma Ckiodrich. vouni; daughter f of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodrich of Oak Ridm'. Tenn., i^ the miest ot her grandmother. Mrs. E. A. Cloodrieh. and aunt. Miss Vera •Mr.s. Meyer Graber and son. Da-' Yid. are in St. Louis visiting Mr. j IKirJor. \I---i Vera Rifhter of Popular Bluff I and Mr. Perry Duller, as- sistedj by Misses Margaret Jane Dtinuh and Joan Pierc: 1 . ['resided nt tlii 1 i'efr<?.s]mient table. Hernlce Van Ausdall was in charge of the guest; book. Mr.• anil Mrs. Baldwin will make . Miss Hudson and Miss Long jvore i{ | CI ,(i c . lMv <i esietml ,„.„-„ 0 " f hlue Graber. ,who Is in tlie hospital i Micro. Mr. Grabcr's condition is wide 1 use of Thr Ficader's ni^r ioinroved. ' ' st-lioot work. With the collnbara- 'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ja.-kson and tlon of loadini; educators suuplc- rlauiditcr. Jov. of Hrown.svillr. meifts to '(he maRayinc. containing IViin.. spent Sunday with Mrs.'fe. gu'ldosfjor roatlinjr improvement ;md M. Terrv and family. Joy Jackso* nlfk tjtr'c'ffcctivr speech and com- :emaiiifd to .spend th Mrs. • Terry, her srcnt w."ck aunt. with uositioil. sciicoh; nn:l de available to their home in Chicago. I She is the daughter of Mr. and ! Mrs. L. E. proctor of Caruthers- t ville and attended Caruthersvilie [sol'.ools. Followi: K her graduation in jshc attended Missouri Slate Teacher' College in Cape Girardeau. Mr. Baldwin is the son of Mrs Helen Baldwin of Foil Lauderdale r!a., and was educated in Ohio He was graduated from the Uni versily ot Ohio. Athens. An Arm> velcran. he served in Alaska. Just in Lirtle Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 his studies at -Annapolis June 1'J. ' Special Wed. $1.00 Assorted Cold Plate Potato Salad Pickles Hot Rolls — Butter Plus A Bottle of Beer Hotel Noble Coffee Shop ter. K. H. Ford has relumed home af- Conljnuous Shows Kvci-y Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show S?liir(s 2:0(1 I.ISTKN TO Kt.CN °:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m -1:30 p.m ADAMS AfFUANCE Co. ' J. '' IS Snnchiy 1:30; Start Continuous Shows Sut. nn Unrein Xight F.vory Ntfilil i: S:itnrrhiy N'o inissos honorctl on Sunda (lie lto\y Sun. \cr]. I Our pretty baby clothes ure c/olorfast preshrunk-. . . at wee prices! infant r|alisle GOW«S Ikitjstt' Diaper SHIRTS Si/.es 1-3 SUNDRESSES 2 pr. I'anls—SKKRSUC'KKR < PAJAMAS G Mus. to 1 Year—HOYS BATISTE APRONS 5|.<JS Sl.IW SO.dr, SJ-75 Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE fEATUHE l-y G(KE ».« Ml ma l.>; OTl^Mi Flfl) lit» . VlH)l f.;•:'.» • ftm IM:I - El!ll|lll Ellll r«(U>il,G!a»[llBTI •Br,::illtF(UU rilSl l<r... ,„», >u:4^crux, >.«»t*«MMCU Tuesday and Wednesday \ LaraineDfcY-Brian ftHERHE | RobLMITCtiUM-Gene RAYMOND. Selected 3lint Is Continuous Showing Everyday J UST AS Mercury is famous as the car ilia I gives you more of everything, so Mercury Service i;ivcs you more in reliability, skilled mechanics, precision equipment, savings and genuine service satisfaction. Keep your car in licst condition for real driving pleasure—with expert, prompt Mercury Service. Vi'liy not see for yourself . . . drive in tliis week and take advant;ige of tins special, timely "get acquainted" offer . . . "Touring Time" Service Special TUNr CKGINI . . . clii'ik riMnpri'ssion, clc.tn . , , cotuplcic hihricntiot] \v[t nntl rci;.ip spark pities, cli'-m factory - rec'.immeiulcH lubri- tlisTributor .uul check points, c.ints. Cr^inkcasc draitu-' 1 , :i»ljust tMrlMirctor, ilieck liin- tluslicd and ^cfiUcii with inj; uiul ^.^Kes, inspect fan prnpL-r grade of oil. belc, tlicck liu-l pump. CHICK IGNITION CHECK CO'OUNG SY5TJM . ( . . (IrAin niul llusli riuliaior, inspect and nijliien all cnol- in£'Sy^c-m ".oiUK-i-iiotis, check \\'ater pump for prop.-r operation, test railiaior thtTiiio- Slat for coru-ti opcnini; and closini; teinpi-r.mires, «.leau out radiator Lore, . c x a 1111 (i c all \\" i r i [i ar atuf ti.nht ctstinc t coil ancl distributor, u-ty po.MS and leads. g fo r ions, clean CHICK SAFEtY FU1URU . . . adjust brakes, \vind wipers, li^Uts ami horn. sliicld Still & Young Motor Company Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 112 W. Walnut Phone 3479 Blytheville, Ark. THE TOT SHOP 110 So. Second Phone 2308

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