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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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•BLYTI-IISyiLMS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKSDAY, MARCH 12, 19/10 i i fin:; Yesteriiay Afternoon •'• The Woman's .Ui*»ion»ry-Society of First :B*pJJ*t Ohureh hiet y«tcr- d»y »ft*riioon ; ln circle fToups. idrde'-'one 'm«t (at;the : .h6me of tin. : ft«r!on 'Williams, .tricluded In the nine-members present was one new member'. Mrs. T. W! Jeffeiles. Mrs. QiilriryL Alexander'-lled .the uji 11)1111' ! ' l-4h«<**f««oafil> by'Hrs. •p.jM.-'Hood. Mrs. Marlong.WUllanu taught (he lesson anft Mrs. jW. M- Crowe closed Mrs. -Ted KiiteitiKgtit -th* lesson for Clrcl* "Two, which'hiet at the home ot'Mrs. Ebb-Carson with nine m«nk*r« ; pr*5*nt. Mrs. .John Johnson led'jjv? opening pr»Ytr »nd Mrs. E. P. Btaneytr; 'jthe. eloiing"prayeK Mrs, V?. M..Kiridand was- ! a-new membef;"present.tior 'Circle "Three ineetlh£»t'<tftfc hoine .of- tiffs', (ft.. E. BlaylocjL^^ltloh'to'the l^mem-' Maude-"ASijns..-Wrs. u BUyjoclc gave the .devotloniii;:'taken, tron>;'ttie' 31th eha pier. rf'riJirflr' MM." E:: S;. SU" - vens lift the '-"opining : prayer and Mrs. Haj-17l^lUlU5 tought.the lesson. Mrs.RojHtad closed'the meeting with pn»jrtj-. .Mrs.'^W. >P,,Copeland. who plans to move this .^f*k to Union City, Pearl Brown Wed To Joseph Samons Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Brown of Joiner announce the wedding of their daughter, Pearl Brown, to Jcaeph A. samoiis, son of Mr. and Sirs. J. B. aimons of 'Wilson, Ark. The wedding was solemnized the evening o/ Feb. 25, in the home of Mr. Samons' brother, A. Samons, with -a few close -friends present. The Rev. J. W. Moore, pastor of (he Jolnei'- Methodist Church, read the marriage ceremony. .Mrs. Samotis'received,.lier cdiica- b^ itlie : Shiiwhee. i High School in Joiner, Ark.'Mr. Samoa's attended Wilson High School and the Hawaii College In Iowa, lie spent about five years In the Army. After n short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Samons will make their home in Joiner, where he Is In business with brother. -.•••< Secretary Elected For Choral Society Miss Pandorla Whltwprth was elected secretary of BlyUievlHe Choral Society last night at ing ut the "Y", city Hall. Sli e was unanimously elected to the position following :the reslgna- Luxora Bride Bits Of Mostly, Personal Mrs. H., P. Ilcrold Jr., of Memphis Is the former Miss Elsie'tout; of Luxora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L,ee . Long- Prpgram Presented Tenn., *as prei»nted a. gift by the "on of Miss Eutopla^Whltworth. group. * . '"-''" ,. ' | Plans were .discussed for presen- •Mrs. arhepdore, Logan, was -hostess tati.on of the "Crucifixion," April to 16 mtmbers of. Circle.'Four. :Mre. :u, 'Palm Sunday, during' the brief „ ^.. ..„ „ „, E. C. Btown Ie4,tr^;devot!onal, tak- business session before rehearsal.'Christian Service meeting I en frorr^ the'a«h; chapter ofiPsalms,:'" J - ' '-"' ' ' " ' --.-•---.«••. - |Mrs..Lo*an t»xi«ht-the lesson. • 1 Circle'Five met .at the-home of (Mrs. H.'«.:Brobks.*Uh-i2;members, [including.on*-ri«w:member, Mrs. J.. IE. Warren, present. (e liorts • wer'e given by the housing ~dwm(ttee ch'airrnan, Wilson ; Henry 1 , and membership committee Mrs. /The devotional, ;glyen .by ,Mrs. E. IL, Haiejwas.taken: from Isaiah, fjdth IchapUri', Mrs. falter Bishop taught Ithe lesson arid prayers were led |by Mrsr'Broqks and Mrs. Warren. "Hom'e Missions >in the New orld "J«,'«re. the, subjects. tiiug ht. at • circle-nve« 'Following each of Ithe ,sesSlons'| jhoite'sises'.sertcd i |freshments. . b- • '• • • irah : VFranGes ^Rowland ingag^d To 'Minister Mr. .»iid. Mrs. Claude .R. -Row- ami anaqunce the engagement and approac&ing .marriage of their ldaoght^J, s Miss'Safah-.-Frances Row- Hand. to : ,lhe Rev/ o. C. Hicks, pastor of the Baptist Church or Luxora. •The Bedding is to be solemnized hs latfer' part/of . this month but definite,jjlans-liaVe.not been made. Miss Rowiana'was graduated from Varren'High-Sclipol, .Warren. Ark. attended the Modern Schoo lot Busi&s there/She also attended ICentraKcollege, conway, where she Ibecame^a member and served as IpresiderJt of the Alpha Omega Seniority, she also served on the .pni • Hellenic^.:Cquhcil and participate! land other ractivUies .of the school. 1 Miss li'owland was a book-keeper lat Central College and for two • years 'was secretary : of Ihe First |Baptist:5Church 'of Warren. For the •past"22"mpnths, sbe, has. been edu- IcationaiJ secretary of First Bap- |tlst .Church -here. SfV;;Mr.',HiclC5 attended Oua- JCoilege. ' Ark'adelpnla .and in halrman, Mrs. J. G. Barnes. 'hnrles Penn, president, TVOS harge of the business session. The society rehearsed Tor the 'Crucifixion" under (he director of Mrs. "Dnlton C. Fowlston, nccaiu-' 1 jnnled by Mrs. Murray Smart. A new member present v,-as Mrs. H. C. Walls. Vlack Mort'is Marries Miss Ernestine Hanks Miss Ernestine Hnnks. dtuiyhler of Mr.-nnd Mrs. Charles Hanks of Osceola. became the bride last right of Mack Morris of Blythc- ville. The wedding .was solemnized nt the rjiome .of Justice of the Pence Williani 'it. Crawfbidi '. ! .' ' Miss ^eminola Austin se-.-ved Mis4 Kanks a s j o «ld of.honor, and Russffll' Hnyiios -was : Miv Morris' best man. Miss Hanks is a gradualc of Oscoln High School and has been employed here. • Mr. Morris recently was discharged Jfroin ,lhc /ymy AJr. Forces, after ^Oiinonths seh r .ice.!He ; is nov employed nl Couticr s News where he worked prior to, entering service. v .the son uf:B. ! of Mountain Home, Ark. "World Call for Peace" -was the title of the program presented yesterday tile First Methodist -Church Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting rit, the church. Mrs. John Caudill was in charge of the program'. Mrs. Candill's subject was "Food 111. Peace" arid Mrs. James Guard discussed "Money and Trade, In Peace," > [' Mrs, F. lj. Husbaml's subject was •World charter In Peace" anil 'Religion In Peace" \vas discussed by Mrs. -Bernard Coach. Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt. president, was In charge of the business session. Hostesses for the program and social meeting were Mrs. Caudill. Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. B. P. Klger, Mrs..Emma Bnrney. Mrs. John Pea- thcrston, Mrs. William Dolen, Mrs. i. G. Smith. Mrs. J. W. Adams Si-., i Society Miss Stella Evnns niut Miss Juaii- Hn Evnns were hostesses nt their hoine last night to members of the Young Women's Foreign Mis_ ., . - . sionary Society of the First Church ^ • --"'j. «X^ P ?t , 'T"*? 10 * 10111 °f tlie-t^zarcnc. Semmaly;4t.-Port.Worth/Texas.He: Tlie meeling began with groiiy Mis- ! singing nnd Mrs. Harold Thompson ansas and i e[ j i n .p ra j-cr. ^foi? aptiSt I Th ' c dev0tio " n l. taken from the i..,, A, a,-i, <: , ,' 14tn Chapter of Mark, was given •the : pi»{«aU -W Fl^" ^^fs't by Mlss fiortte s "Vder. Mrs. Mel- IS^^.^^^urg;^Ark!, eFfec- of thfititdy^book'on'Mexlco. In addition to tho 10 members present ; w as n visitor, Mrs. Myrtle Evans;' Mrs. .Hay White dismissed the group with prayer and refreshment.? .were served in the soclti,followed. \ilfe A^i'-l.' Presbyterian Women etSn .Girdle Groups "Sayrf'Sp, :Bj<*use the Church """""" -^' 4i - ''-l;!fS d . Miss Bean Pledged I Must .win' | year's . Circle--One iDobyhjt"^ lt«r, Mrs. ImembeJE I arid dnotloiial Miss Mary Lynn Bean, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Ficd W. Bean, ha Pledged Knppa Delta Sorority Soutliwestern, Memphis. • A freshmnn. she Is one of th seven girls pledged by the sororit at mid-semester. 'Miss Bean was graduated in 194 from Blythevllle High School, wher f^^^^^r^ ^- ^ e .n •ZSKSZ I for .circle Two', which met with and I Mrs. -Rodney .Bahlittf. Mrs. Gray Iwas Leslie Hooper' land M»s. «E. -R. 'Lancashire. • . Circle /Three,met at. the. home of I Mrs. -Ifciy ^ortriington .with Mrs. lU'D. .Chamblin 'as co-hostess, in 1 n members pres- I e%t -weftjgwests, : Mrs, Zal : B., Harri- Ison, president', of the .-AuxiUars. 1 and Mrs. 'Herman carlton. Mrs. I Harvey- T. :Kidd .'ted- tile program land ^VotMbai. .In .^Sditton to.the -20 members of = Cir«4e.--Four;.pre*«iil" at the sup- Iper meiUog . it • Uie church were 1 three i fasts, lM>C. M. Gray, new »t. Jtrt] sjfw B. ^Harrison, I rettriajr-pi (JMItit. and Mrs, -Har- Ivey T^Cldd. ; a member of several clubs. Mrs. Husbnnd and Mrs. .1. Moll Brooks ,Er. Council .Meets ;Kelc! ,. , Yesterday Afternoon < i Orpuixs of (he iWiiinnii's j'CduiJcrt of First Christian Church met yesterday nt- Ihe ihomps i6r Group member.stfor ip'roKi-unt .alid sessions. Fnilh Group met at the home of Mrs. Walter Sliles. Mrs. James Tcrvj gftyc ihu ^levoiipriul, -taken ?fvoii- 101st PSnlms and Mrs. 'Ruisei: Diirlmm lad Ihe World Call 'Bible study discussion.;' j meihbci-s" were pfesent. "• ' ' ' " ' Mrs. IL.R. Brnlidon was hostess • Hie" Ho|)c Oroup... : lvlrs. \V, -' tV obb gave the devbtlohn] find Mrs.1 IIo\icluns lect lUc nine members resent iiv prayer Mrs. h. L. Ward ' :d" llio Bible Study nnd 1 World, all discussios. The lifivc Group met at Ihe lomc of Mrs. K. B. chitwood vherc Mrs. O. W. Bnrhnm led the devotional, "Whence Cometh My Help" with the scris>lure .Inken rom Ihe book ot Matthews. She cad :< poem. '-Overheard In a Garden" by Oliver lierfonl: Mrs. .1. Cecil Lowe led Ihc nine ncbcrs in prayer and Mrs. Alberl Taylor led Ihe World Call discussion and conducted the business session. Mrs. Lowe gave-Ihe Bible Study. The groups collected greeting cards to send tho Children's Federation. Plans to: I he "" Old Fash - ,oned .Box Supper," were disensscci 1)111 Del-ong. who attends Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, spent die weekend with;hls parents, Mr and Mrs. G. II. 'Dctong. Drs. carl and Edna Nles liod as their guests ycs.t'ef<tay', 'pi-. Mary Ilavis and Dr, Esther Horrum, both oi Memphis. i, \ Mrs. Wtwa Chandler 'and' her mother. Mrs. W. P. Copeland. will leave Thursday for Union City, Tenn., to make their home. Mrs. Chandler will operate :t ijeauty shop there, liefotv coming (o Blythcvllle, Mrs. Chandler made her home In | Union City 12 years. She is a grad uate of Eagle Beauty School here. Mrs. P. D. TJndcrwotx! Is undergoing treatment for a severe cold at Dlylhcvlllc Hospital. P. C. Cox Is attending (o business in Jonesboro for two days. Mrs. Edward II. Davis left, last night for Hiickley Held to join her husband, Lieutenant Davis, who is stationed there. From Buckley Mold. Lieutenant and Mrs. Davl.s will go to Panama, where he will continue to serve in the Army. Mrs. Davis and her .son, Dana, have been here for the past few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards. Dana will remain here with i his .grandparents for the pie-: •jent, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flceman have eturncd home from Hot Springs, where they have spent the past 0 days. Mrs. p. H. Tatum and daugh- .er. Sandra, of Pine Bluff. Ark., lave arrived here to be the guests )f Mr. und Mrs. Ebb Reynolds and son. Terry. Miss Kathryn Wahl Is ill at her home. 227 Dougnn. Condition of Russell Campbell,' critically injured In an airplane accident Jan. 1. is satisfactory. The casts on his legs, bnlli of which were broken, were removed Saturday and casts on his fractured ankles were removed several weeks ago. He Is at his home, 1301 Hearn. Miss Palsy Davis of Memphis spent the .J,vecken"d here with": her aunt. Mrs: Joe Strickland and -fam-' ily. Miss Davis is taking a technician .course, at St. - Joseph 'Hospital'. Memphis. ' '' At The Hospital! |UytJievill c Hospital Admitted: Horace Green, city. Mrs. Melvin Esteps, Rt. 3. city. CniTU' Huvls,.. Caruthcrsville, Mo. Mrs. I-'. D. Ulidcrwood, city. Dismissed: James Kobert Alexander, Dell, Walls Hospital Admitted: Mis. A. J/. Cochrnn. cily. Lynn Morris Astimorc. Armorel. James Edward Aslimore, Armorel. Ronnie McO'aiiKhpy. IU. 2. city. Mrs. E<1 Mwlcr, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. 13. H. Crawford, Hermor.- dale, Mo. 'Mrs. Mullle Mlnyard. Manila. C, p. 1'inklcy. IU. 1. city. '. jjiirs; Motclier Jernijjiiii, Cnrulli- crsi'DJe, Mo. ' S, J: JL Hamilton, Sleele, Mb. ' •-' '.jCharU's Strain. Steele. Mo. '• Iiie/ Thompson, city. Mr.s. Mary Wlilte Cotloh. Armo- lei; 1 toicni: Thomas, city. PniiliiK 1 Odom. Tyler. Mo. .S. c HOKO.IS, cily. - A. A. Robertson, Carutliorsvlllc, Mo. Memphis Haptist Hospital Admitted: Nelson Henry, Lrae.hville. Willliim Terrell, city. Memphis MrlhiMlist Hospital Admitted: ' Mrs. W. G. Parker, Osceoln. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Sudbury PTA meeting at the .school, 3 o'clock, proceeded by an executive .board meeting, 2:30 o'clock*. '•' '"•' Mrs. G. G.'Caudill hostess to Town mid Country Club. ' -Mrs. W. J. Wunderllcli hostess to' Wednesday Bridge Club. •"Chapter p. P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with .Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. THURSDAY Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Lane Nowell. Mrs. Ira Crawford entertains members of EiHrc Nous Club. Octette club meeting with Mrs Edwin Robinson. GNB Club meeting with Mrs Joyce Moore. Club Bight meeting with Mrs ;. O. Poctz. Mid-Week Club meeting will- •frs. W. I,. Horncr. FRIDAY Chapter N. P. E. O Sisterhood neeting at the home of Mrs. Farm--j er England, 1 o'clock, with Mrs. Aliu Huffman Jr.. co-hostess. . INDIANAPOLIS IUP>—A ihugc: globe of the world on dispb. at an Indianapolis department store wns made for the Army and Navy bul i it failed to;show' spots-whera tivo'Of the- world's bloodiest" bailies' 'nnd .. tt 'oi'e fought—Iwo Jimn and Anzio. at eac hsession. The supper is to at each session. The .supper is to Uan -Hull. siSoiisored hy Ihe'young people. Club 28 Supper Dance To Be Thursday Night The monthly supper dance of Cliil 28 will be Thursday night at Tin Hut. Hosts and hostesses for Ihe af fair will be Mr. and Mrs. Rnssel Parr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. THE WOMEN By KUTH MILLETT NFA Staff Writer Student nurses at a Wilmington, Del., hospital recently staged a 90-minule sildown strike in .irotest against a regulation pro- itbiting their wearing rouge and Ipstlck while on duty. It looks as If here's a strike where a fundamental right is at stake. Imagine tellliij; a woman she ins to go-about her work with 11 face bare .of any beauty aid but poV'der! It's enough to make any i;roup of beauty-conscious' women :it down and <iult working. Why such a rule in .the first place? Don't the hospital authorities know that lipstick is essential to n woman's' morale? How can she do her job as well as possible if she's fretting over how "awful" she looks? And there is probably not young woman in the Unite'd States today (with the exception of naturally beautiful Ingrid Bergman) who doesn't feel half-undressed without her lipstick. A woman straightens her lip- slick before facing a. task she isn't quite sure is going to come off right—just as a man in the same situation straightens his necktie. It adds to her peace of mind, gives her a feeling of adequacy, reassures her that she's really quite a gal. War Nurses Used Lipstick Don't the Delaware hospital supervisors remember how important cosmetics were to Army and Navy nurses, many of whom uncomplainingly endured all kinds of hardship so long as their lipsticks were close by? One group of nurses, liberated from a Jap prison camp, was given complete cosmetic cases before facing civilisation again, ft took long montlis of and proper feeding to restore the natural bloom to those' cheeks. But, thanks to the thoughtful t'ift of rouge and lipstick, (hey had a reasonable facsimile of it as soon as they were freed. The very idea of anyone's trying to take rouge and lipstick 'away from women in the good old U. S. A.! Such an order is enough to provoke a sildown strike. If you didn't win with this one, girls, take another no minutes off. A feminine freedom is at stake. Special Services Are Held At Osceola I Special services are being held at the Osceola Church during Lent, first of which was Friday night. The Hev. Francis McDevitt and the Hev. Paul Bujai.vii, of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in niytlicvillo, are in charge of the lectures. Allergies Top C'olils CHICAGO (UP)—Milady may be allergic (o nail polish but that, won't keep her from wearing it, according 10 experts attending the third annual instruction course of American college of Allergists at Northwestern University. The experts reported that allergies such as hay fever, asthma a'ld skin rash now are more common "tian the "common cold." Bead Courier News Want Am Lions Club Planning Ladies Night Party Members of the I.ions Club are getting ready to "roar" tonight when they wiH demonstrate to their "ladies" how to stage a party. The annual l^ndius Nis^ht dinner party is to be held at Hotel Noble, 7 o'clock, with a number of guests invited. Southern Baby Dies nawa and Iwo Jima. James E. Hollinseed, SM 1-c, has been discharged from the Nuvy at Millington .Separation Center. The son of Mr. an<i Mrs. James Lee llollinseed,.he served 38. montlis of which 1!8 were on sea dutv in the Pacific. After ^_0" montlis service in the Navy, Cliarles A. Alexander, motor machinist second class, son of W. J. Alexander, has been discharged frora the Navy. He served 25 months in the Pacific Theater. George n. En-ink has been dis- I charge, chared from the Navy at the Per. i sonnel Center, Memphis, .and ar-| In the rived home to be with his father, O. A. Swink. A veteran of 2'2 months service, ID months were sen duty in the Pacific. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Southern was dead at birth yesterday morning at the parents' home in Little River Community. The baby was named William Southern. Condition of the mother was satisfactory today, following birth of her only child. Funeral services were held this morning at the residence by the Rev. Robert-Kennemore with burial at Memorial 1'ark. Holt Funeral Home was in ; arly days of Wyoming it was the fashion to organize cycling clubs, one of the most famou .of which was the "Rnwlins Cy- I cling Club of 18C8." disliess G66 Liquid or Tablets ' a r ' n? a tnild Laxative and yet at Cold Miseries internally 68t> Nose Drops or Salve begirt "to f relieve stuffiness and coughing AT ONCF makes it easier to breathe f'Worlis Grcal ond woiks last y' Has sa:U!,ed millions. v' Puresl diiiyu yd inexpensjve compare results Co-1..., V .- .:, !,- „; J, ;i .-; e j Leacludlle '' '-Society—Personal • T^'Lcslie Hall, son of Mrs. Maggie Hall of Leachville. has returned home , after having served two yeaiis iiii ,the States and 18 months overseas. He served In England, Belgium, France. Holland and Ger- Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your , remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP Ph. 491 . Eerrice We Deliver Anywhero Mra. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe T-4 Jessie Jf. Alexander has been : discharged from the Army after 39 niontlis service. Prior to entering service, he was an inspector for thpjM.c«Juav.- Morris Manufacturing Co.* "' Claude Ollle Malhis, seaman second class, has been returned to civilian life through the Navy personnel Separation Center, Memphis. A veteran of 21 months service, he had 15 months sea duty and participated in the invasions at Oki- WOMEN IN THEIR '40's' ra Never Meant To Suffer Like This! * in Bad see orrr Glori- DispUy of Recently jAeqlBred Gifts— Both Mod- Antiqn* — In Our I Newly -Decorated Show| rooat. .SdectHMM for the DteeriKinating at Prices. Tflne .Gift Shop Brymn Radio -Service Tig" Angel 'Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer & Ironer ' Service Philip Frel Vacuum Gleaners, "Fans. lions 7and Small Appliances Repaired. Baby jumper swings Baby walkers and strollers Pyrex glassware—household waxes .nnd cleaner—cutlery. RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on aoy make or moriel Reliable Workmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihon Electrical Appliance Go.- Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 So. First St. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Ingram Bid*. MARGARET DEEN SMITH ETHEL GOODNEK GEORGIA LEE WALLS Phonograph sorics. records Fans -attic, window, pedestal, and table types. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Successors to Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 West Main Order Your New Elcctrolux Cleaner Today For Preferred Delivery It's the New Cleaner that does every' .thing easily and ef^ ficienfly.' You've \vaifed for it. Now you can get it. Just Phone 2650 R. M. Craves, Local Manager I Look! Muffins made with Peanut liuller! (A 7 o shortening Tf you'd like to try something brand ncv* iti muffins that's truly delicious nitcl savcs on shortening, too — try Kcllogg's new Peanut Butter Muffins. You 11 love their flavor. You'll love, loo, Ihc tender, mclt-in-j'our-moutli texture oi bran mufiuui made with Keller's ALL-BRAN. For Ar.L-BRAN Is milled extra.-line for golden softness. '.:i cup peanut *{ cup Kclloge's Ullltcr ALL-BRAN' !I cup sugar 1 cup sifted flour 1 cgi:. \\c-U beaten 1 tablespoon I cup milk baking powder *« teaspoon salt Blend peanut butter and sugar thoroughly; stir in cgc, milk and KFU.OCC'S AIL-BRAN*. Let soak nutllinosLof molR- lurc is lakeunp. Sift Hour with baking uowder and salt; add to mixture fy % ctii> sugar) and stir only unlil flour tlisappcnrs. Till greased inulTm pans two-thirds full nnd bnke in mo[l(;i;itoly hot oven MOO'F.) abolit. 20 miuulM. Makes 10 tmiicr, tasty nuurins. Good Nutrition, 1 Ai.i.-r.r.A:.' ismn,!r from ttirvirAi.nrTFir. ] AYKI^ o[ rniL-.=l \vlu-.-il—onil.^hii n rlcin«nls fovi^,l \n Ihc ^holc BrRin. Onu'-linlf em- rrn. viilcs over !i yi>vif .-laUy minimum nood for i:nn.j ~--T.R/llff , .s,,v. K.-"°™-*toBaBgjj£J-J AM.-nr.AN ««ily - r^^ff^m^atim !.; Jfo(Aer*s Friend massaging prcpa- zaiion kelps bring ease and comfort to expoctant mothers. M OTHER'S .FRIEND, an cxqulMtely prepared emollient. Is \iseful in alt conditions wlicre a blnncl, mild anodyne m^Eiasc mcdlvira In skin HifcrlcaUon is dcsltcd. One condition In which •womca for morfl than 70 years have used it U au Bppllcftttnn for masanglng the body during prccnancy ... It helps fcecp tho Bfcln-sotl, and pliable .. .'thus avotdtrtB unnecessary dlr.ccrnfo?l due to dryncsn and, Itrcfrcshca and tones tho fi.;ln. Art Idonl massnjc application for thcr numb, tingling or hxirnlng sensations of Lho Ekln.. .lor the tired back mu-cles cr cramp-ll*:* pr^tna In Iho legs. Qutchly absorbtxl. ^DcTlshtlul 'to xise. lllgniy ^iralEca by users many doctors ami •lurscs. Millions of bottles sold. Just a=k ,ny drxiq^st for Mother'sTrlcnd-the tin cmclllcnt and lubricant. Do try It If the functional "middle-age" period peculiar to women makes you suffer from hot flashes, touchy, hlghstrung, weak, nervous feelings, try Lydla E. I Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Taken regularly— this great medicine helps build up resistance against •uch "middle-age" distress. TlMKMdi Upon Tbooiindi Helped! Plnkham's Compound Is one of the best known medicines you can buy for this purpose. It lias proved some of the happiest days of some women's lives can often be during their 10's. We urge you to give Pinkham's Compound a lair and honest trial. Just see it It doesn't help you, too. It's also a great stomachic tonlcl Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Bales - Phillips Robinson B«r»k« - Felix Came} IGCTAM4 COHVOUNO. D. & P. L. No. 14 Planting Seed Cleaned, Delinted, Ceresan Treated. Germination 80 to 90 p«r cent. Also LAREDO SOY BEANS 90% Germination Lloyd Stickmon > Phone 3210 Don't Gamble any Longer! The Present Used Car Marker Will Never Be Higher Sell Your Car to us NOW! and Get The TOP CASH PRICE ANY MAKIi — ANY MO DEI, You don't have to Shop Around— Drive in to us and Get TOP CASH PRICE Langston-Wroten Company Authorized 15UICK Sales and Service Phone 553 Walnut and Broadway IQITZ Continaous Show* Every Dty Box t Offlce Opens 1:44 Show Starts 2:90 LM47EN TO SLCN Tuesday Earl Carroll's Vanities with Dennis O'Keefe and Constance Moore Selected Short Subjects Wednesday Thursday and Fridav Coming Soon to the Ritz Week End al the Waldorf—Lan» Turner, Vail Johnson—March 20•11-22 l.enve Her to Heaven—Gene Tl«r- ney, Cornel Wilde—March 27-28-29 ROXY MatlnMfl Sat. £ San. Only Box Office Opens G:30; Show Start* 6:49 P. M. Each Kvtnlnj Opens Sunday 1:04; Starts 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. and Baa. Bargain Night Every Night Ezotpt Saturday. No pane* honored «n Bmnday at Hie Boxy. Tuesday and Wednesday^ UOUIH/E FEATURE Hey, Rookie \viUi Ann Miller ami Lnrry -Parks Around the World will; Kay Kyser atirt Joan Davit

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