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UKYTHJBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS At The Hospitals HLYTHEVfLLE HOSPITAL, Admitted: ti. D. Jlestvr. Slee'c. Mo. Morris Davlcl nw.er, wl\i Mr.s. Ray Brown, Huffman.',"- Family Reunion ielebrates 70th Birthday ; M*mb«fs of the A W. 'Hal/crd family liAd returned to their holh*S In Missouri Tcniiefee'e, ' MicTiigan, Minnesota ami' ninny ^Arkansas towns tod\y at'tcr co'm- to^~-to Blytheulle for a family reunion in celcbratioii _pf . Mr. Halford s TOfli bnthday His .home' is In ,yaiiduser, . Mo., ami he is the lilh'er ot ' ciu Us Halford of Bly- Irish Linen Cnsnals ' For Resort Wear . Oatlierlng liere .Sunday were 77 members of. the fiimlly who spent the-, afternoon ^at Wall'ci- Park. From ou^ ofl town were Mr. and Mrs." At S W.s .Halford. Mrs. Ml rile Hime and fninUv of. Slkes- torV Mo... Mrs. Mar}\ Jane' Htil- ' ford of Cooler, ifo., Mr. and Mrs. \Wade . Butler of Memphis, Mrs, "Zul|l Luna of Memphis, Mr. and •Mrs.j Don Chisholni and son of St. •; Paul, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. H Yl Halford and two sons, Mr. nno° Mrs G B Hairgid aiid Miss Nannie. Marie .HaUord, nil gf Memphis, Mi and Mrs. w. C. Haljord and family ot Forrest City Mr. and Mrs. .:. T. Halfard of .Basclt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hul- for^ imd family of Bassett, Mrs Clara Riley and family of Bas- settf Mr. and Mrs. noss Boswei and, ion Mr and Mr-, Janies E.'. ' wairts of CamthorsviU", Mo., Mi atid' Mrs. Eunice Halford and family. jMrs. Emma. Harrington, all ot Wilson, Mrs. Eilzn Halford and Mrs. Ethel Bromley and family of ^Mnttheu, Wo Egbert, Jack: Jerry and opal HalfoiM of Ul- 1 bourne. Mo., Waller and France' Ccwan of Koyal Oak. Mich., J n ! Kli% ,of Mieola, Mo. I Y ... t Miss Walicei Honored At . Miscellaneous Shower Miss Melba Walker, yoiing .bride- elect of J R Benton of Conway, j was complimented last night when Miss Nemn Burks entertained several, friends of the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower al llu home of her pamits Mr. nntl Mrs. , Rddle Burks. Hydraugeas,,s^eetpeas.,and other Spring flowers were attractively ar- langed In enteitalning rooms. Olfts for SJiss V^aljvff «eie placed, in a plnlc—rfnd blue ruffled coiilalner. In -gamrs-plijeil'-prizes were -a- ^arded to Miss Walker, Mrs_. Earl Waljcer, moth > ecJ'6"f tlie;l'g\ipstV:ot honor and Miss,Marj; V^h Sncfrt':, . A 'jpcclah^fcAture ofr the-.evdn|ng »as a trensurthunt foV Mls's- '^alter, who found comic gifts with each clue- At the tnfl o£ the search she. was •presented a lable Ijimp by 'ilie ! iobt5ss J Refreshhients of so't drinks, enk« andcice cream were served to the guests, i i » . . Three Aie Hostesses To CBC Club Members Mrs, A. A. Hardy, Mrs. Ross Mooro and -ilrs J J Cookston were hos- tesse? Tuesdny afternoon to iricrri- bersjif life CBC Club at Mrs. Hardy's ;i>ome. In f the 'afternoon rook games, Mrs. Moofg won high -score prize, se- toniweiit to Mr^'Ahin'Ha'rdy ami Mrs ;-A A Haidj \\ on rooko. Trie hostesses served mixed cookies wi^th lemonade. ..... '• '- '. *. ,..* * Parents, p.f. Daughter Tli« daughter born to Mr. aiu Mrs." Robert Blaylock Jr.. Tuesday Jhighjl _at. Walls hpspitnl hr.s been,, naited Marilyn France's. .. Mrs. Blaylock • is • the ...former Miss^' Margaret Oean. daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Guy, .Genii. /''. Seascape Suit Bits of News John J. 13. Carey, Manll.i. Nichols, nti- 2. Paincll, .city. Hay, I In '/man .John MeU.j.'.ell B OLD gray and while umbrella otripcs form tbc full skirt of this Irish linen two-piece suir.mer c.isual drcsa for town and country wear. White and gray bands form a vcstce from. A row of gold buttons ornament the blouse and fly front. Worn u-ithoitt a hal it is the perfect sports dress; accessorized with white shoes, hal and bag it can go anywhere. Alexa Williams Names Date, Plans (or Wedding Miss Ale.xa Williams of Jilylhc- vtlle and Fort Smith, daughter of he Rev. and Mrs. E. n. Williams of Forl Smith and formerly of this city, today announced llic lalo an'c! plans for her wcdillnu Robert J. Hopper, ;>oa of Mr. nid Mrs. n. Hopper of liiissrIlvillo. The ceremony will Ink'- place Sunday, .Inly 13, at B:30 o'clock In lh'6- inurnln'ij ill Goddard Mer.ior- al Methodist Clun-ch of i? Smith wllh tlie.'ncv. Mr. Wlllfnins. imstor, olflcialliiB. .'Miss .Wllllnms'. will ho f,iven In nmriage by her brother. Hulcri B.' wminms of Baton Roue,;\ l_u. Severn! niylheville people will Harliclpagx_.tn Ihe weddhn;. Mrs. Joseph W. -Mcl-taney. who was Miss L,ynn Jackson heforo her recent marriage, will be I ho bride's inati-on of honor and Miss Vcru Goodrich will be her bridesmaid. Miss Dorothy jenn Ilig'-.inson .ml Jfvllss Jellye. CHdre Huffman, with • Mrs. Dale Minor of still- walef, ckla., will light topers. P. »A: Lough of Wynne v/ill .rve his nephew as besi man while Mr. Minor and Travis Mor- Gan. also cf Slillwaler, will i,c groomsmen. Henry Mahan is Host With Hayvide, Picnic Henry Mnlinn of New Liberty entertained in guests Tuesday nijjlit vyilh a liayrldc. The group, which ineln-.lotl A. D. Mahnn of Dyess, was rhi-prr- oned by Mrs. Durward Mahan. ] M emphian Complimented Miss Sue Stanficlcl I'at Adrian and Mrs. Geneva Ash- Icy left yesterday fnr Ypsllanll iird West Uianch, Mich., to visit rel'i- t. .ct, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilob'.-rtscn nnd .son, Charles David of Memphis are here visiting Ml', and Mis. Ja'-i: Hobi'i'lson and family. Mr. and Mrs, Tom .Siirgnii.e ol Jefferson City, Mo., have been isucsts o! Mr. and Mr.s. l.i-on ,;ciu rer nnd Mrs. and Mi's. Cornelius .SC'LKT- er here. Thej' lire no\v vlsltlim Mrs, li, T. ccickrdl in Holland. Mo. The -Hev. I). O. illndnmii of Whcalley, lormerly of niylhcville, nrrlveii today to be with Mis. lUiidjiuiii. counselor Jar Ihe Methodist Youth Caijiv.m. A'orking this week 111 the First Meihodlsl Olmrch, He will be guest of the Itcv. and Mrs. Allen 1). Slewiut. Mrs. Ilitld- tniurs uo:,l nnd hostess this week. Johnson Jr., is spending llic Summer in Hlythevllle and is IrulnliiK al U'.yUievllle Water Company. His fulher. 'Robert Johnson '.. Is inuii.ij j ,er of the company. Mr. and Mrs. 1C. UY 'DealI and .sons, Tommy and John, of l j h'.e Uluff will arrive tonight to spend days wilh her p.'iients, Mr. and Mrs. I 1 . I!. Cnoley. Mr. and Mis. Paul I'ry'or and d.iughter, MeliJii, \vill have as their e,ursl over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ijt'land Stanford mid sou, Untdley. ol Mcmpllis. A!JS .lake Huffman and Miss Luna Wllhelm will .spend tomorrow Memphis with. Mi 1 and Mrs. Brown aiid family. They will Mrs John McU.j.'.cll and babv city. WALLS HOSl'fTAL Dismissal: Mis. licnnan r/in!f] Cooler, Mo. Mis. H. I.. city. MJS. liaker Ark. ' ' Jean Uavis, city. ('Si-over R'jlJiTtsoti nnd ba'jy, Mo. l{. H, Huygood, Klccle. William May und baby, I). O. Minion and I: Mr.s. Stele, Mis . Mis aici-le. Mrs. !-:teele. liuddy Abljult, Ciinilher.'iville, Mo. Yankee Scouts to Hold Tryouts at BatcsviHc UATEHVILLE, Ark.. July 3. (UP, — Any ambUicill.s ball piaye'r.s be- twrcn the a;;(>s o: ir; and 22, wlio v.-oulii like to display his taleuls Defoie New York Yankee scouts, ivlll have Ills chance July V-ll. Htirleigli firiines mi'd his try-out camp mill ol Wattle Holm and Alloy Duiiala wllj open the nren Ynn- kee .Iry-out eamp at Daflln Pick! here on July 7, I'layers. who must have finished hi^h school, must pay their own o:I lienscx lo the eamj) and provide f-.r their own uniform, nlovi; and siloes. However, Ihosi; players slg.-ied l.o a contract wll] have snc-h expanse.; i eitnbin-scd. Sunday School Lesson , Livestock I I ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKI YAHU3, July 3. (UP) — (USDA; — 1:1; 21:1-5, 31:19-Z«! Livestock: M K. GIMtOV, IV I). I llo S s 10,500; »:il::b:c 7,:CO; '.m- Are' tlici'f problems thai are' < veil ; weights uiuU'i- £-n li:., 'mesl- •'niodcrn" In the sense Ui-il men] ly Me higher; spots 50: higher have never encountered tiiein he- Ulan average Wednfrxluy. Fi:'.v :>.y> loiv mn 1 limp? I to £00 16s. Atwiil slt-^ily, hut '-'> >-Such :t tiling is neither iinpos- 1 J bs '"' >"i.-;oi<l, »"li l)lds so la 7^' slbli; nor iuiprolnble. For llio ox- 1 lowcr ' suws 25 = t( > SI or more tenuil coiiclitloiLs of lile have <•'''- Blllk " co<1 alltl thuneert j;rratly within a single' S4u ll>s -- 24,75-25X0: toi: Bi-iicruliuii, ,iii<l new occasions (itxl, 1 *' .'''"'"V early. 'Pew \Postat Receipts Soar i LVri'LE HOCK. Art., July 3. ! <UI>)-The Litllu 'Keck imi office I hugun the fiscal year tills week ! will) :i new high collection record tu shoot at. The figure for llic ixisl iis'.'ul iK-nuci was more Hum one anj « Jiujf HiillJun dolUrs. THURSDAY, JULY 3, 19J7 surely environments must Mume new pvcbleins. '"<• an; :il] llvlni; in ft world I Iml lias become amnllc'r by reason ol new discoveries inul means of Inii.sporUilion. But al the same lo 233 Ibr 24.00-2l.5fi; 130 to 150 11)3 «.CO- 24.50; 100 to 120 Ir; p!«s. 2a.C(l-'.3.- tO; nood 270 to 450 Ib MAVS, !7. r ,J- IB.15; lev; 19.00- he'tvicr nvii'lii-; 15.53-1(1.75. Kl.aas. ll\-:::V.y !3.'.C-!5.011. that world hr.s become :mj Cattle 4.GCO; salable 2,0.0::; calves iiniiieij.'iely cnlargi'd ciiciroiimem.! LOOS, all .sahib!?. Market a clean for tlie imlividunl by reu.son of t:p tr.ide iwll'.i trade on steers and that very fru-t. IF-.uit -; and i-ontnists strike treat deal deeper in the new oc-'slow dcal'inr;;. A IVw mediuiii lo c.i.':icms. And ;;o a puet has told. Sued .steers, 23.8.'-.'.."."C; !.•.•.-.:.';:.> to us u.'iu-li nev^ duties, and Ihere-' fore present new problems. Nevertheless, some problems as old us man himself, and Ihiiv^ that is murhanged is fuel thai man himself lias to be' the pi'u!>!i!jn solver. So ancient cx-\ perience and wisdom may have Crashed Plane Choice i<K ulWoar t'quafor in Africa m 2).i5, fJir- PAU1S, July 3. (UP)—Ten iier- sans were hilled when an Air fr'ninec nluiii* crashed into a North .'U'rie.-m Jtill Tinv;<l;tv, it was li-arn- i (I HKla;,-. S:.r:-)i j;ariir.s iouiiil Ihe ivreck- :i;,i! a ti'V. 1 miles mirtii of E'li tcr in French Equatorial Alriea. o .i .. rae on seers an I hiitdUT je'arllngii, with supply very njl'&li- and pclcos about steady lit Hie pljiin stunting at a over :)«: C:'.RI| O.rcli's low level section. j^ouci lieifer;; j lii.CO-'-M 03; are pemlinii lov. oiiO!*^")^ cr im ShelcuU:>: IJ.::u aiul mixed year ;<ws vc ry dull r. .Ionic early iL.y.er. C.L!i!irr:t to 1.!.53. land csiH'ciallyhe ufferhu: of the ..ppiucnlly morally BUiUness. Much . Im'iKin .sufrerin,; offers no prob- 1 Ic'tn, thoitgji the fiict may not -liter UM uciituMP.ss. Tt is th then be accoctnapied by the iBrown.i' 11<! r "f "n lo LittliJ Hoek where they will Mcmoriiil jpend a-few days with friends. Mr .aiid Mrs. Hoycn Moore »nd chlldi-en, Susan, Jiiiinitc I.ce and Uoyee Jr., and Mrs. Ersloy Alfoi:! and diaiiihter. Paula Jo, have bci'll By a ten-day vacation wllh Mr. and Mr.s. O. W. Mooro In rios'.vcU, N. -M. Jimm'ic Lte rc- lliained lo spend the vest of the Sumliie'r wllh her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Join; and children, Kay and SUP, will leave tomorrow lor Parma. Mo., to spend the weekend with' Mr. Jobe's par- cnls. Mr. and'Mi's. A. C. Siehr. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hall and .two children, Charles Hay and -Njta, will leave tomorrow for BiliKi. Miss.. In .spend n ten-day vacation. Mr. and Mrs.. Russell Banish will spend IhV-weekend lii Kanpinstun, Mo., visltlny relatives. Mrs. ,r. J. Jforfim and son. Jerry, will spend the weekend In 1'ocn- honlns. Ark., with Mrs. Morgan's mother. Mrs. Lporu" Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Doan and niece,- Virgie Stevens, of ICllyore, Tex., relumed home hist ni^ht after spending a week's vacation here with her nnrcnls, Mr. ni\d Mrs. James Carter, and .[amily. Miss Mary Van Sliced will leave Saturday morning for Orange, Tex., to visit her father, James W. Sliced, and her sister. Mr.s. T. U. Porry and Mi-. Perry. Mrs. Perry is Ihe former Miss Jam; Snccd of Ulytheville. Miss Sliced plans to be v.une three weks. Randall Hawks, student al Hcn- dris Colleee. Conway. will arrive lomorroiv lo spend Ihe l^owlh ivilh ti mother. Mr.s. licrllc Hawks. Mrs. Bertie Hawks has had as her guest her auul. Mrs. Alice Smith and daughter and family of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. M. L Stewart and children will leave Saturday fnr III- loxl. Miss. They will, take with them ns far a.s Memphis, Mrs. W. O. Woods, who will return lo her home In Charlotte, N. C., after vis- Itiiifj here. Mr. uml Mrs. Stcivart also plan to m> to Florida and Oilcans and will be umic two weeks. Anno Weedman Given Scholarship at TSCW Miss Anne Weedman. daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Wcerlmaii •- E. uavls at., is the ihivd wip- Jessle II. Humphries -•liuhir.shil) nt . Texas Slate College for Women, Dentoii. Valued al SICO. Ihe icholarship is f, r i;-en t:> Ihe sophomore slndent makliii; Hi,, highest scholastic average of the freshman scholars who received Ihe Student riiuince Ccuncj] Scholarship ducm^ the l!H'J-n session. A sophomore journalism major. Miss Weedman is president of ;in honuraiy finlernlty. Alph i Lnmb- and Indents t)n Delia, for next year, counselor lo Ihe freshman In Capps Hall. A Kradnate of niylheville H School, Miss Weedman was member of the National Honoi .Society; a member of (he Slndeiu Council for four of the Red I'epper nomie.s clubs, and was ;1 winner in tlV. journalism o'f the state-wide sclioi-is inrr awards. and observable result of sheer dis-j ~, d of moral or physical la But the suffering of the good is iinollie.r tiling. H is Iliis problem with which the Book of Job deals. The Bnok •iren called "a sublime drama, of God's .providence and man's fts central character, 1 Job. a man of moral reetilude ami ai-p.-irently blameless life, is .slrirk- wilh dire c;d unity, in himself, his family, and his affairs. The situation is made acutely! draiualic tr> brine; out the fnl^ of Ihc problem. Yet. it is no move extreme than that which many men and women have ex- ( pericnced today, especially the, thousands of innocent people who .suffered war's tuthlesscKs and Hil- •liTism. Three of Job's friends sought to comfort him with plausible or conventional notions. These notions Centered around the kit 1 1 Ill-it suf- fci'lnt; is a sine sign of sin and tlml Job must be BHilty of some secivf limit. This easy view Job refuses to accept. His faith is tried .and he is tempted to "curse God , and die." But while he finds no so- li'ilic-n of his personal problem in ijfe conviction that the Judge of llii? earth will do right :md in Ih'? determination to trust film no ,ter what jnay happen, i .j ijinee-tweedmons Have Son division ' ' i': writ- Good Used Furniture Is Found ot JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Main Phone Members of the tecn-ai,'c group were (;nest,s last nifiht of Miss Sin Stanfield when she entei'talncd wltli a bunco parly in honor of Miss Julia Johnson of Memphis. Miss Johnson nnd her hostess- were classmates when both attended school at Holland. Mo. Sweclpeas and roses decorated en- tcrtatning rooms in the home ot Miss staufield's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Olho Slnnflcld. where, the party was given. Gnosls who received prizes \veic Miss Doris Bean, bunco. Miss Melb.-, Hill, high, and Miss Nllu Rose Hall, low. Refreshments of ice cream, cookies and punch were served. Service Athletes to Take Part in 1948 Olympics WASHINGTON, July 3. itJH) — President Truman yesterday cleared the w.iy for Army nnd Navy athletes lo participate' in the 1943 Olympic games. He signed a bill aufnorizins tlic'iiydi-imucas, and other two services to spend 3125,003 lo Townsend Delegates Return from Convention Mrs. Sara Oyln, 2tH lin St., and Mrs. Odie 137 East Ash St.. were at home ti.-- clay after allendiiii; a 1'otir-dav Tuwnsend Convenlioii in Wa',i'in«- lon. D. C. Mrs. Otjli; was a voting riulrcaie at Ihe cun\ r ention and Mrs. i-'ror-- miin attended a.i a visilmi,- delegate, j. if. Redman of Hoi Spring.-:. Mr. and Mrs. R. VV. Wocdman of OhnlTeiv Mn. arc parents of a son born Tm':,d:iy at Ihe Cape Girardeau Mt»spilal. The child tins not been named. The \Veedmans formerly lived in I lilvlheville. They have Iwo other Smith !--,;>l-'rf-l, ;h ij (1| . cn . l-'reemna. | sliite whd plans to come soon, also wi'.s a tr.iln and pay the expenses service personnel participating the games. of Dinner Party Given For Four Table Club CSCEOLA. NEWS Four Table Slipper Club members luul iheir reyular dinner Tuesday niiih',, at. CiTitners Cafe and bitdi;.. 1 gumrs were played afterward al the home of Mrs. C. K. Dean on I-Mst Hole Avenue. Mrs, ,|. L. Ward held hiijh icorf. Mrs. Ed Qiiinn won scv-.n^l. and Mrs. .1. H. Hook cm for consolation prize. GuesU who played with club members were Mr.s. o. 1>. Williams. MIS.S f'-'niily Mason and Mis.s Adcllc Hook. Arrangemcnl.s of pink and bine Sinnmer lowcis in mixed colors \vrro ns- lo lllytho.ville sliUi: representative. Speakers dining the conventio:i included ;) number of eoiiaro.ssim'n Mrs. Ogle and Mrs. Frcmiaii made tours of Wnshi'nRlon, D. C.. 1-1 ^Tounl Vernon and oilier spou o r interest- belon- rcturnlnc hom-:\ Daughter Is Named The Smolhi'rmon-.s, who arc for- Mr.=-. Louie O. fimothermuu of Tru- nuinn Saturday at 8t. Uernaid Hospital hi Joncsbaro has been named Joy Marie. Tlhe SiLKjlhcrnion's. who are formerly of Ulytheville, have two other children. Judy, lour, and Johnny, !wo. ed throughout insr rooms. the living and ,, NOTICE We Will Be Closed . Friday and Saturday July 4 and 5 The New York Store . fo red^-wWt«,-and L«mj>J«t« w,th a~ sailboat ensemble ThtpuUU 1» ol Unen, E£K ^fc ri *.'_ . t^f* ::»::»:>::»:>:>:>::»>:*.:»: :»::*.:»;»::•:>»:!*! Havo you ever seen anyone leave part of a GRAPETTE? GRAPETTE has a you enjoy ANYTIME, thirst].' or noil Officer Believes Pilot Deliberately Crashed MIAMI, crush of pc|)ulntecl Ha., July 3. (UP)—-TL n !:l;i:ie into n heavily .srdor of Miami last From RECORD BAR VaiiRhn ^lonroi*—Hlur Monn Vaughn Jlonror—As Vim Dc.sire Me Vnn«hn Monroe—l!e\varc Sly llrart VuURhii Monroe—ICs Drcanllime Vaushn Monroe—I'ishin' for tlie iMoon Vaughn Alnnror—.lust Ihe Ol^ l»ay Vaughn Monroe—Ore.uns Arc a Dime a Do/en f'h?i:irlfe Spiral*—Toinorrovv ('Iiiirlic Spivak—Horn lo He Illn Charlie Sjiirak—Yon Can Take My \Voril for U, !!aliy Charlie Sulvak—Slon>)ihiK Hoom Only Farr Hrolhers—Sonlh in Mv Sou Koy Ko.cers—t Never Hail a Chance nine Sky Hoys—Have You Seen My Dailily llcrr Sivartc Cool;—lieil Hair anil C.reen Kycs KosahV Allen—1'n' Folks RCA\/1CTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams. Mgr. I'hont 2011 J. W. riionc M'l 206-08 W. ADA SIS, ubf> W. Main Saturday Night 9 'til 1 itioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c Incl. Tax SALE i OFF MOSS BRYAN will Feature ;i Summer Sale Table Bpudoii 1 Lain]):;, iVrl!->s Purses. Bill Folds. Smijjshnl Albums, Children's Blocks luul ."iHuie Banks. MiitchuljL'lli and GmirieU! V,i[)sllcks, I'owiler ,,:nl Creams THE GIFT SHOP 103 Kusl Mam Street A KENTILE FLOOR a , r ,'>f:'<;t''c,'r; j ri'fi Cleans like n IIITIW \\illi Pi>:i|i :iml w.ilrr. l.nnks ]ike .1 million all the linn-. NI-VIT sliow.-j sculls or scars— oigarcllo '.'.TIIS — sjiilleil liijniils. Ttuii's Konlilc. Anil a liniulsiiincr lloor c;in'l lie finiiul. Kciililo's been uscil fur years in llie nalion's finesl reslainanls and s;iil| 3 . ), never wears onl. Keonoinieal, l j n njikeqi — fur you jusl ailil f((iuire5 as you allcr. We have the facts on Kcnlilc . . . iuvcsliii;Me no\v. ./,T*V- -.«?•-- -,-y,.*-'* - Vonr Kent il^ n<>jro<... DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPEK STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" •100 Bast Slain Si. i'lionc .16!) Rugs Cleaned Safely! Careful handling •/ileHunriis col- 01- ami textures. Have them eletmed while you're vnc'Uioning. .Complete resizing. Work guaranteed! PEERLESS CLEANERS 116 So. Franklin Plume 1M33 Day and night our registered pliunhacisLs nnd apothecary jars; lies tie, mortnrs ut\c( Denies arc at work compound) ng pre.s crip lions to the letter. We illl prescriptions and deliver ns fast as it iii possible lo do the job with scientific precision. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE 205 W: i\)c.in I'lymo ,1S1 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Shi vis 2: Ofl LISTEN TO KI.CN 0 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 pin. Thursday and Friday HUtJT StRO.'.'.EHG p HEOY LAMARR GEORGE co. slo ,,rr. 0 LOUIS ,SANDERS-HAYWARD A Hunr Slrontcrq r/advciio» R<!iJi-:d tiru Un.Ud Arl.Hi 'arnmount News it Selprleil Shorls t'unliuuous. Shoivin-; Kvcryday Bov Office Opens .il ?:OJ p.»n. Show Slarls 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:!>0; Starls 1:15 Cnnlinuous Shows Sat. and Son.^ Bargain Nisht Ever? Nighl Escrpl Saliirclay No passes honored on Similar « the Roxy Thursday anil Friday Stork Club wilh Betty IIuKon anrt Barry Fitzgerald Selected Short Subjects

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